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1 Biblical Studies From Job

2 Biblical Studies From The Book Of Job

3 Biblical Studies From Job Bildad vs. Job – Round 3 25:1 – 26:14 Bildad’s argument 25:1-6 His final words emphasize man’s inferiority to God’s majesty Especially, he seems to answer Job’s request for wanting a “meeting with God” God is too great vv. 2-3 Man is too weak, pitiful vv. 4-6 The Dialogue Job 3:1 – 42:6

4 Biblical Studies From Job Bildad vs. Job – Round 3 25:1 – 26:14 Job’s response 26:1-14 His initial reply is terse, sarcastic vv. 1-3 He also rejects Bildad’s words as applying to him, and that Bildad obviously had not spoken from God’s spirit v. 4 Succinctly, Job had finally heard enough!! The Dialogue Job 3:1 – 42:6

5 Biblical Studies From Job Bildad vs. Job – Round 3 25:1 – 26:14 Job’s response 26:1-14 He offers his own observations about God’s greatness vv The 3 “friends” repeatedly stated they knew a lot about God’s greatness…yet, their words betrayed them and showed a lack of understanding Job’s understanding in this area is superior The Dialogue Job 3:1 – 42:6

6 Biblical Studies From Job Bildad vs. Job – Round 3 25:1 – 26:14 Job’s response 26:1-14 He offers his own observations about God’s greatness vv God’s majestic power reaches from the depths of Sheol to the unknown heights of the heavens God controls the living, the dead…all realms & forces of nature are subject to Him The Dialogue Job 3:1 – 42:6

7 Biblical Studies From Job The Dialogue Job 3:1 – 42:6 The exchange between Job and the 3 “friends” has concluded - They have not convinced Job of his “sin” - They have failed to answer his dilemma - Job will speak alone, again lamenting & desiring answers for his plight chs

8 Biblical Studies From Job Job’s Final Discourse 27:1 – 31:40 He remains resolved in his defense 27:1-6 He continues to think God is responsible, “taking away his right” and “embittering his soul” v. 2 He also refuses to concede the argument to the “friends” and will continue to hold to his integrity & will continue to speak out vv. 3-6 The Dialogue Job 3:1 – 42:6

9 Biblical Studies From Job Job’s Final Discourse 27:1 – 31:40 Showing his wisdom, he instructs the “friends” on the fate of the wicked 27:7-12 He properly understood their fate As compared to what the “friends” had said He pronounced a curse upon his enemies… putting their fate along with the wicked v. 7 The Dialogue Job 3:1 – 42:6

10 Biblical Studies From Job Job’s Final Discourse 27:1 – 31:40 Showing his wisdom, he instructs the “friends” on the fate of the wicked 27:7-12 The godless man has no hope because he lives his life apart from God v. 8 The godless has no right nor expectation for God to answer should he call v. 9 The Dialogue Job 3:1 – 42:6

11 Biblical Studies From Job Job’s Final Discourse 27:1 – 31:40 Showing his wisdom, he instructs the “friends” on the fate of the wicked 27:7-12 The godless man does not “take delight in the Almighty” and will not call on Him v. 10 Job exposes the vanity of the “friends” & their previously-stated “wisdom” vv The Dialogue Job 3:1 – 42:6

12 Biblical Studies From Job Job’s Final Discourse 27:1 – 31:40 He catalogs the “portion of the wicked man” from God…his “inheritance” 27:13-23 Though he have many sons, they are destined for the sword Ù they eventually perish v. 14 Other calamities (plague, pestilence) will affect his survivors v. 15 The Dialogue Job 3:1 – 42:6

13 Biblical Studies From Job Job’s Final Discourse 27:1 – 31:40 He catalogs the “portion of the wicked man” from God…his “inheritance” 27:13-23 All the wealth he “piles up” will outlive him, be given to others (the innocent) vv All he builds for himself will not sustain him in the end…he cannot avoid his doom vv The Dialogue Job 3:1 – 42:6

14 Biblical Studies From Job Job’s Final Discourse 27:1 – 31:40 He catalogs the “portion of the wicked man” from God…his “inheritance” 27:13-23 All he builds for himself will not sustain him in the end…he cannot avoid his doom vv He is at last taken away by forces he can’t control His end brings joy to all who see it v. 23 The Dialogue Job 3:1 – 42:6

15 Biblical Studies From Job Job’s Final Discourse 27:1 – 31:40 In this speech, Job protests that he is such a man Anyone who opposed his claims of innocence was his enemy, and therefore would suffer the fate he has just described Could Job be referring to the “friends?” The Dialogue Job 3:1 – 42:6

16 Biblical Studies From Job Job’s Final Discourse 27:1 – 31:40 Job had earlier stated that a “…righteous man with clean hands would grow stronger and stronger” 17:9 He is now illustrating such truth…he is progressing in character throughout this ordeal that has vexed him The Dialogue Job 3:1 – 42:6

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