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About the author:
Jim Osman was born in May of 1972 and has lived in Sandpoint, Idaho since he was three years old. He graduated from Sandpoint High School in 1990. Jim came to know Christ through the ministry of Cocolalla Lake Bible Camp in the summer of 1987. Kootenai Community Church has always been his home church, attending Sunday School, Vacation Bible School, and Youth Group.
After graduating from High School, Jim attended Millar College of the Bible in Pambrun, Saskatchewan. It was at Bible College that Jim met his wife-to-be, Diedre, who was also enrolled as a student. Jim graduated with a three-year diploma in April of 1993 and married Diedre in August of that same year. He returned to Millar to further his education in September of 1994 and graduated from the Fourth Year Internship Program with a Bachelor of Arts in Strategic Ministries in April of 1995. He was inducted into the Honor Society of the Association of Canadian Bible Colleges and appointed a member of Pi Alpha Mu.
Jim and Diedre returned to Sandpoint where Jim began working in construction as a roofer until he was asked to take over as the preaching elder of Kootenai Community Church in December of 1996. Now he counts it his greatest privilege to be involved in ministering in the church that ministered to him for so many years.
He is the author of Truth or Territory: A Biblical Approach to Spiritual Warfare and Selling the Stairway to Heaven: Critiquing the Claims of Heaven Tourists. You can follow his preaching at the Kootenai Community Church website and his writings at truthorterritory.com.
Jim loves to be outdoors, whether it is camping, hunting, or working in his garden. He enjoys bike riding and watching football, especially his favorite team, the San Francisco 49ers, for whom he has cheered since childhood. Jim and Diedre have four children: Taryn, Shepley, Ayden and Liam. They are all 49er fans!
You can contact Jim through Kootenai Community Church (http://www.kootenaichurch.org) or by writing to him at firstname.lastname@example.org.
The Prosperity of the Wicked
A Study of Psalm 73
Mr. Jim Osman
Why do the wicked prosper?
That question has been asked by the redeemed in every age. It seems the more wicked people are, the more they prosper. The righteous suffer affliction while the enemies of God bask in the wealth this world offers. Why is this so? What is God doing through this? Psalm 73 answers these questions in a clear and convicting way.
Psalm 73 is a description of one saint's crisis of faith over the prosperity of the wicked. In this study of that Psalm, you will gain a most necessary perspective on the wicked that is sorely lacking in our day. It is a perspective that explains the apparent inequities of this life. In this book, you will journey with Asaph from his crisis of faith through the sanctuary of God and into a confident felicity.
- Publication Date:
- 0998455008 / 9780998455006
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- Binding Type:
- US Trade Paper
- Trim Size:
- 5.5" x 8.5"
- Black and White
- Related Categories:
- Religion / Biblical Studies / Old Testament