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Bildad’s Third Speech Job 25. God is sovereign Man is a sinner. Job’s Response Job 26. Scorn for Bildad’s lack of help (2-4) God is sovereign (5-14). Job. “For I know that my Redeemer lives, and at the last He will stand upon the earth.” Job 19:25.

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bildad s third speech job 25
Bildad’s Third SpeechJob 25
  • God is sovereign
  • Man is a sinner
job s response job 26
Job’s ResponseJob 26
  • Scorn for Bildad’s lack of help (2-4)
  • God is sovereign (5-14)
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Job

“For I know that my Redeemer lives, and at the last He will stand upon the earth.”

Job 19:25

job s final speech to his friends job 27 28
Job’s Final Speech to His FriendsJob 27-28
  • He is innocent (27:2-7)
  • God punishes the wicked (27:8-23)
    • Zophar is speaking not Job?
    • Job is inconsistent with his early speeches?
    • Job is just stating the views of his friends?
    • Job admits the general truth of what his friends have said?
  • True wisdom is impossible for man to find (28:1-12)
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Job’s Final Speech to His FriendsJob 27-28
  • He is innocent (27:2-7)
  • God punishes the wicked (27:8-23)
  • True wisdom is impossible for man to find (28:1-12)
  • Wisdom is priceless (28:13-19)
  • Only God has true wisdom (28:20-28)
job s closing speech job 29 31
Job’s Closing SpeechJob 29-31
  • His former position – Chapter 29
    • His former prosperity (29:1-6)
    • His former position in the community (29:7-13)
    • He clothed himself in righteousness (29:14-17)
    • He had universal respect (29:18-25)
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Job’s Closing SpeechJob 29-31
  • His former position – Chapter 29
  • His present situation – Chapter 30
    • Loss of community status (30:1-14)
    • His physical sufferings (30:15-19)
    • He was cast off by God (30:20-23)
    • He is sad because of all he has done to relieve others (30:24-31)
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Job’s Closing SpeechJob 29-31
  • His former position – Chapter 29
  • His present situation – Chapter 30
  • His affirmation of his righteousness – Chapter 31
    • He abstained from immoral lust (31:1-4)
    • He maintained his honesty (31:5-8)
    • He abstained from adultery (31:9-12)
    • He treated his slaves well (31:13-15)
    • He treated the poor well (31:16-23)
affirmation of his righteousness chapter 31
Affirmation of his righteousnessChapter 31
  • He abstained from immoral lust (31:1-4)
  • He maintained his honesty (31:5-8)
  • He abstained from adultery (31:9-12)
  • He treated his slaves well (31:13-15)
  • He treated the poor well (31:16-23)
  • He did not trust in gold (31:24-25)
  • He abstained from idolatry (31:26-28)
  • He did not hate his enemy (31:29-30)
  • He was hospitable (31:31-32)
  • He did not hide his sins (31:33-34)
  • He did not an abusive landlord (31:38-40)
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Elihu’s SpeechesJob 32-37
  • Elihu – “He is my God”
    • Younger than the others
    • Son of Barachel, the Buzite, kindred of Ram
      • Genesis 22:21, brother of Huz & Kemuel
        • Kemuel was the father of Aram
      • Descended from Milcah, wife of Nahor the brother of Abraham
  • The 3 friends couldn’t answer Job
  • Job was “righteous in his own eyes”
elihu s speeches job 32
Elihu’s SpeechesJob 32
  • His hesitance to speak (6-11)
    • Old men are not always wise
  • His evaluation of the discussion (12-15)
  • He had a moral compulsion to speak (16-22)
elihu s speeches job 33
Elihu’s SpeechesJob 33
  • His response to Job
  • He invites Job to listen and to respond (1-7)
  • He criticizes Job’s hypocrisy (8-13)
  • God speaks to man in two ways (14-22)
    • Dreams & visions
    • Discipline of pain
  • God sends a messenger to call men to turn to God (23-28)
  • Summary and call for Job’s response (29-33)
elihu s speeches job 34
Elihu’s Speeches Job 34
  • His speech to Job’s friends (1-4)
  • Response to Job’s charge that God is unjust (5-9)
  • His vindication of God (10-30)
    • God does not act unjustly
    • God is sovereign over His creation
    • It is improper for man to criticize God
    • God’s judgment is impartial – He is omniscient
    • God’s judgment is irresistible – He is omnipotent
    • God strikes down the wicked
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Elihu’s SpeechesJob 34
  • He exhorts Job to accept God’s correction (31-37)
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