All posts by: Anne Mackie Morelli

I had always interpreted his comment as reflecting impatience. Perhaps even being infused with a measure of displeasure and annoyance. Reaching the conclusion that he was irritated because someone had...
Corruption and immorality had woven itself into the culture. Tensions were high as people were becoming increasingly polarized. They held fast to one side or the other. And peaceful resolutions...
The three daughters had a remarkable life. Their family’s prosperity and privilege granted the daughters a certain level of freedom and opportunity, which allowed them to visit the homes of...
The woman is never identified by name. She doesn’t speak a word. She is simply referred to as, “a woman in the city, who was a sinner.” While the exact...
She utters only one line in the entire book. She remains unnamed and is simply referred to as “his wife”.[i] Yet, despite the fact Job’s wife is marginalized in the...
When I was a little girl the neighbour asked my family if we would take care of their dog Sammy whilst they were away for the weekend. My Mother agreed...
I have been intrigued with why a good God allows good people to suffer. So recently I chose to study the Book of Job as one of my required Old...
My weary soul yearns for stillness. To find soul rest. Some respite from this relentlessly chaotic, turbulent, uncertain time. Where every day we are being bombarded with news and events...
“You are burning lamps who the Lord has established on his sacred mountain to illuminate the darkness of the world by your word and example.” Elisabeth of Schonau, wrote this...
He challenged Job and his companions, “Where were you when I laid the earth’s foundation? Who marked off its dimensions? Surely you know!” (Job 38:) And as He speaks out...