Where did the phrase the patience of Job originate?
In the Biblical story of Job, he was subjected to many bad things for many years, but never lost his faith in God.
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A Tosher is the name given to someone who scavenges in sewers, especially in Victorian Britain. This wonderful activity began around the time of the construction of the sew…ers in London by Joseph Bazelgette. As you can imagine these people were not very acceptable to society, and especially their neighbours. Apparently it was very common to see a complete family remove a manhole cover, and disappear into the sewers, where they could find quite rich pickings. One lucky side-effect of this wonderful job, was that toshers, or those toshers who survived, built up a very strong resistance to typhus and other diseases of the ghettos. The phrase 'a load of old tosh' did in fact enter the English language though 'toshing' the job of a tosher. The word tosher was also used to describe the thieves who stripped copper from the hulls of ships moored in the Thames. One interesting little footnote, Peter Bazelgette, great great grandson of Joseph Bazelgette, is a producer of Big Brother, so it could be said that the family is still dealing with manure.
He put up with a lot of difficult times in his day, as his all of his family died with the exception of his wife, who ended up trying to get him to commit suicide anyway. Sata…n oppressed him like no one else, and he had the patience of God in order to deal with it. Answer Who said Job should be praised for doing what he just was suppose to and properly did.
1996 Summer Olympics when Kerri Strug was preparing to do a vault with a broken ankle, the camera flashed to her coach, Bela Karolyi shouting "You can do it!" With a Russian a…ccent. It was parodied shortly thereafter by numerous Adam Sandler films, most recognizably Rob Sneider's line in "The Water Boy".
its good to be Patient
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Job experienced profound distress. He suffered financial ruin, the loss of his children, and a painful disease. He also grappled with false charges that Jehovah was punishing …him. Job did not suffer in silence; he lamented his situation and even implied that he was more righteous than God. (Job 35:2) However, he never lost faith, nor did he break his integrity. He did not curse God as Satan said he would. (Job 1:11, 21) The outcome? Jehovah "blessed the end of Job afterward more than his beginning." (Job 42:12) Jehovah restored Job's health, doubled his wealth, and blessed him with a full, happy life with his loved ones. Job's faithful endurance also enabled him to understand Jehovah more fully. What do we learn from the patient endurance of Job? Like Job, we may suffer sickness or other hardships. We may not fully understand why Jehovah allows us to undergo a particular trial. Yet, of this we may be sure: If we remain faithful, we will be blessed. Jehovah without fail rewards those earnestly seeking him. (Hebrews 11:6) Jesus said: "He that has endured to the end is the one that will be saved."-Matthew 10:22; 24:13.
In America, it is expressed " Patience is a Virtue " or " It pays to be patient. " .
Indeed, I have rewarded them this Day for their patience; they are indeed the ones who are successful (Al-Mu'minoon 23/111). It is in the glorious Qu'ran
Its called the patience of Job (pronouced Jobe) and its bibllcal
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I think every CREATIVE JOBs need a lot of patience...bCoz revolution always take time to come...
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Yes, the noun 'patience' can be considered a noun phrase . A noun phrase is any word or group of words based on a noun orpronoun (without a verb) that can function in a sente…nce as asubject, object of a verb or a preposition. A noun phrase can be one word or many words.