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E.W. Bullinger's Companion Bible Notes

Job Overview

 

 


Job
JOB.
> THE STRUCTURE OF THE BOOK AS A WHOLE.

Job 1:1-5. INTRODUCTION. HISTORICAL.
Job 1:6 - Job 2:10. SATAN""S ASSAULT. JOB STRIPPED OF ALL.
Job 2:11-13. THE THREE FRIENDS. THEIR ARRIVAL.
Job 3:1 - Job 31:40. JOB AND HIS FRIENDS.
Job 32:1 - Job 37:24. THE MINISTRY OF ELIHU:THE MEDIATOR*.
Job 38:1 - Job 42:6. JOB AND JEHOVAH.
Job 42:7-9. THE THREE FRIENDS. THEIR DEPARTURE.
Job 42:10-13. SATAN""S DEFEAT. JOB BLESSED WITH DOUBLE.
Job 42:14-17. CONCLUSION. HISTORICAL.

* Note that by this grand
Introversion the ministry of Elihu, the Mediator, is placed in the middle, summing up the ministry of Job""s three friends, and introducing the ministry of Jehovah.
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NOTE ON THE DATE AND AUTHORSHIP OF THE BOOK OF JOB.

A lengthened account of the discussion of these questions would he without profit. But, if JOB was the son of ISSACHAR (
Genesis 46:13), then we have a clue that may help us to a decision of both. It is better to keep within the Bible itself for the settlement of its problems; and to treat the whole Book as the context of all its parts.

There is no reason why JOB should not be the son of ISSACHAR, and no better evidence is forthcoming for a different view. The three friends of Job were descendants of ESAU they would therefore be contemporaries.

ELIPHAZ. of TEMAN, in Idumea, was a son of ESAU, and had a son called TEMAN, from whom his country took its name (
Genesis 36:10, Genesis 36:11). It was noted for its "wise men" (Jeremiah 49:7); and is mentioned with EDOM (Amos 1:11-12). Compare Jeremiah 25:23, where both are connected with Buz, the brother of Uz (Genesis 22:21).

BILDAD the Shuhite. SHUAH was the sixth son of ABRAHAM by KETURAH (
Genesis 25:2); and is mentioned in connection with ESAU, EDOM, and TEMAN (Jeremiah 49:8). ZOPHAR the Naamathite. NAAMAH (now Nd""aneh, six miles south of Lod, in the lowlands of Judah). If JOB was the son of ISSACHAR (Genesis 46:13), he would have gone down to Egypt with his father.

ISSACHAR was forty at "the going down to Egypt". (See Appdx-50. III, p. 52.) If JOB was the third son (
Genesis 46:13), he would have been about twenty at that time (1706 B. c).

We are told that he lived 140 years after his "double" blessing (
Job 42:10). If that "double" blessing included length of years, then his age would have been 70 + 140 = 210 (i.e. three seventies of years). His lifetime would be from 1726-1516 B. C.

According to this, he was born the year after JOSEPH was sold, and died 119 years after the death of JOSEPH (in 1635 B.C). When JOSEPH died, JOB was ninety-one. If his "double" blessing did include length of years, then his affliction took place twenty-one years previously, when he was seventy. His removal from EGYPT to Uz must therefore have taken place earlier still.

When JOB died (1516 B.C.)MOSES was fifty-five, and had been in MIDIAN fifteen years (twenty-five years before the Exodus). This would account for JOB being a worshipper of the God of ABRAHAM, and explains how Moses could have been the author of the book, and perhaps an eye-and ear-witness of the events it records in Midian. If so, the time has come (as Dr. Stier foretold and hoped 1) when this book would be regarded as "the Porch of the Sanctuary"; and when this "fundamental wisdom of original revelation will cease to be ascribed, as it now is by some of the best, to a later poet in Israel".


TITLE, The Book of Job has always formed an integral part of the Hebrew Canon; and some fifty-seven passages in it are quoted or referred to in the other books of the Bible. See Appdx-61. The object of the book is to show "the end of the LORD" (James 5:11):the end to which Job was brought in Job 40:4, Job 40:5; Job 42:5, Job 42:6; viz. the confession of human impotence in attaining righteousness, and thankfully casting himself on Divine omnipotence for salvation. All tends to this "end". The three friends show the impotence of human experience (Eliphaz), human tradition (Bildad), and human merit (Zophar). Elihu points to God as the giver of a Divine righteousness for helpless guilty sinners. See note on p. 666.


Job 1:1-5. THE INTRODUCTION. HISTORICAL.
Job 1:1. Job""s character.
Job 1:2. His sons and daughters. Their number.
Job 1:3 -. His possessions. Great.
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, Job 1:3. His position. Great.
Job 1:4. His sons and daughters. Their unanimity.
Job 1:5. Job""s conduct.

Job 1:6 - Job 2:10. SATAN""S ASSAULT.
Job 1:6.. Presentation of the Adversary.
Job 1:7. Jehovah""s question.
Job 1:8. His approbation of Job.
Job 1:9-11. Calumniation of the Adversary.
Job 1:12 -. Limited permission given.
Job 1:12. Departure of the Adversary.
Job 1:13-19. Inflictions (Job""s possessions).
Job 1:20-21. Job""s patience.
Job 1:22. Job not sinning.
. Presentation of the Adversary.
Job 2:1. Jehovah""s question.
Job 2:3. His approbation of Job.
Job 2:4-5. Calumniation of the Adversary.
Job 2:6. Limited permission given.
Job 2:7 -. Departure of the Adversary.
Job 2:8-10. Job""s patience.
Job 2:10. Job not sinning.

Job 2:11-13. THE THREE FRIENDS. THEIR ARRIVAL.
Job 2:11 -. Their visit. Hearing of Job""s calamities.
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, Job 2:11. The reason.
Job 2:12 -. Their sorrow. (Real.)
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, Job 2:12. Their sorrow. (Symbolical.)
Job 2:13 -. Their visit. Seeing Job""s calamities.
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, Job 2:13. The reason.

Job 3:1 - Job 31:4. JOB AND HIS FRIENDS.
Job 3:1-26. Job""s lamentation. Introduction.
Job 4:1 - Job 5:27. Eliphaz""s first address.
Job 6:1 - Job 7:21. Job""s reply to Eliphaz.
Job 8:1-22. Bildad""s first address.
Job 9:1 - Job 10:22. Job""s reply to Bildad.
Job 11:1-24. Zophar""s first address.
Job 12:1 - Job 14:22. Job""s reply to Zophar.
Job 15:1-35. Eliphaz""s second address.
Job 16:1 - Job 17:16. Job""s reply to Eliphaz.
Job 18:1-21. Bildad""s second address.
Job 19:1-29. Job""s reply to Bildad.
Job 20:1-29. Zophar""s second address.
Job 21:1-34. Job""s reply to Zophar.
Job 22:1-30. Eliphaz""s third address.
Job 23:1 - Job 24:25. Job""s reply to Eliphaz.
Job 25:1-26. Bildad""s third address.
Job 26:1 - Job 27:10. Job""s reply to Bildad.
Job 27:11 - Job 28:28. Zophar""s third address.
Job 29:1 - Job 31:40. Job""s self-justification. Conclusion.

Job 3:1-26. JOB""S LAMENTATION.
Job 3:1-9. Birth lamented.
Job 3:10. Reasons.
Job 3:11-12. Infancy lamented.
Job 3:13-19. Reasons.
Job 3:20-23. Manhood lamented.
Job 3:24-26. Reasons.

Job 4:1 - Job 5:27. ELIPHAZ. FIRST ADDRESS.
Job 4:1-2 -. Apprehension.
Job 4:2. Apology.
Job 4:3-5. Trouble. (Particular.)
Job 4:6. Righteousness. (Particular.)
Job 4:7. General Proposition. Appeal to exp-
Job 4:8-11. Proof. erience.
"I have seen."
Job 4:12 - Job 5:1. Righteousness. (General.)
Job 5:2. General Proposition. Appeal to exp-
Job 5:3-5. Proof. "I erience. have seen."
Job 5:6-26. Trouble. (General.)
Job 5:27 -. Research..
Job 5:27. Recommendation.

Job 4:12 - Job 5:1. RIGHTEOUSNESS. (GENERAL.)
Job 4:12-16. Vision.
Job 4:17-21; Job 5:1. Voice. (Angelic, v . Job 4:18. Human, vv . Job 4:19-21.

Job 5:6-26. TROUBLE. (GENERAL.).
Job 5:6-7. Trouble. Inevitable.
Job 5:8. Trust in God. Third
Job 5:9-16. Reason. (God""s person. greatness.)
Job 5:17. Trust in God.
Job 5:18. Reason. (God""s goodness. Second
Job 5:19-26. Trouble. Deliverance person. from it.

Job 6:1 - Job 7:21. JOB""S REPLY TO ELIPHAZ""S FIRST ADDRESS.
Job 6:1-7. Job""s excessive grief.
Job 6:8-13. Death to be desired.
Job 6:14-21. Remonstrance. (Their feelings.)
Job 6:22-30. Remonstrance. (Their words.)
Job 7:1-10. Death to be desired.
Job 7:11-21. Job""s excessive grief.

Job 8:1-22. BILDAD""S FIRST ADDRESS.
Job 8:1-2. Reproof of Job.
Job 8:3. Appeal to Reason.
Job 8:4-7. Application to Job.
Job 8:8-19. Appeal to tradition.
Job 8:20. Application to Job.
Job 8:21-22. Comfort for Job.

Job 9:1 - Job 10:22. JOB""S ANSWER TO BILDAD""S FIRST ADDRESS.
Job 9:1-35. Job""s answer to Bildad.
Job 10:1-22. Job""s expostulation with God.

Job 9:1-25. JOB""S ANSWER TO BILDAD""S.
Job 9:1-4. Job""s unable to answer.
Job 9:5-10. God""s power. Works unsearchable. General.
Job 9:11-12. God""s dealings. Ways unsearchable.
Job 9:13-18. Job unable to answer.
Job 9:19-24. God""s exercise of power. Unequal. Personal.
Job 9:25-31. God""s dealings. Unequal.
Job 9:32-35. Job unable to answer.

Job 10:1-22. JOB""S EXPOSTULATION.
Job 10:1-2. Petition.
Job 10:3-7. Expostulation. God""s power.
Job 10:8-13. His creature.
Job 10:14-17. Expostulation. God""s ways.
Job 10:18-19. His creature.
Job 10:20-22. Petition.

Job 11:1-20. ZOPHAR""S FIRST ADDRESS.
Job 11:1-6. Rebuke. God""s judgment (particular) on Job.
Job 11:7-8. Human ignorance.
Job 11:9-12. Divine knowledge.
Job 11:13-14. Human merit.
Job 11:15-19. Divine reward.
Job 11:20. God""s judgment (general) on the wicked.

Job 12:1 - Job 14:22. JOB""S REPLY TO ZOPHAR""S FIRST ADDRESS.
Job 12:1-4. Non-inferiority of Job to his friends.
Job 12:5-12. Job""s appeal to his friends.
Job 12:13-25. God. Job declares Him.
Job 13:1-5. Non-inferiority of Job to his friends.
Job 13:6-18. Job""s appeal to hid friends.
Job 13:19 - Job 14:22. God. Job""s appeal to Him.

Job 15:1-35. ELIPHAZ. SECOND ADDRESS..
Job 15:1-16. On Job""s reasonings.
Job 15:17-35. On God""s dealings

Job 15:1-16. ON JOB""S REASONINGS.
Job 15:1-3. Questions concerning Job""s words.
Job 15:4-6. Proofs in answer.
Job 15:7-14. Questions concerning Job""s character.
Job 15:15-16. Proofs in answer.

Job 15:17-35. ON GOD""S DEALINGS.
Job 15:17-24. God""s Judgment.
Job 15:25-27. Reasons. The procuring cause.
Job 15:28-34. God""s judgment.
Job 15:35. Reasons. The procuring cause.

Job 18:1-21. BILDAD""S SECOND ADDRESS.
Job 18:1-4. Reproof of Job.
Job 18:5-21. Doom of the wicked.

Job 18:5-21. DOOM OF THE WICKED.

Job 18:5-20. Particular.
Job 18:21. General.

Job 18:5-20. DOOM. (PARTICULAR.)
Job 18:5-6. Extinction.
Job 18:7-16. vv . Job 18:7-8. Evils from himself.
vv . Job 18:9-16. Evils from others.
Job 18:17-19. Extinction.

Job 19:1-29OB""S REPLY TO BILDAD""S SECOND ADDRESS.
Job 19:1-5. Censure of his friends for their reproaches.
Job 19:6-20. Complaints of God""s dealings as his enemy.
Job 19:21-27. Appeal to his hope in God as his Redeemer.
Job 19:28-29. Warning to his friends to cease their reproaches.

Job 20:1-29. ZOPHAR""S SECOND ADDRESS.
Job 20:1-5. His theme stated.
Job 20:6-28. Expansion of the theme.
Job 20:29. The theme restated.

Job 21:1-34OB""S REPLY TO ZOPHAR""S SECOND ADDRESS.
, Job 21:1-6. Appeal to his friends.
Job 21:7-26. Contrasted cases. The wicked ( vv . Job 21:7-21). The good ( vv . Job 21:22-26).
Job 21:27-29. Appeal to his friends.
Job 21:30-33. Contrasted cases. The wicked:in life ( vv . Job 21:3-31); in death ( vv . Job 21:32-33).
Job 21:34. Appeal to his friends.

Job 21:7-26 - , Job 21:30-33. CONTRASTED CASES.
Job 21:7-16. Prosperity.
Job 21:17-21. Adversity. The wicked.
Job 21:22-24. Prosperity.
Job 21:25-26. Adversity. The good.
Job 21:30-31. Prosperity in life.
Job 21:32-33. Prosperity in death. The wicked.

Job 22:1-30. ELIPHAZ. THIRD ADDRESS.
Job 22:1-4. Argument. (General.) Concerning God.
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22:5-9. Accusation. (Particular.)
Job 22:10-11. Punishment. (Particular.)
Job 22:12. Argument. (General.) Concerning God.
Job 22:13-14. Accusation. (Particular.)
Job 22:15-20. Punishment. (Particular.) Concerning God, and Job.

Job 23:1 - Job 24:25. JOB""S REPLY TO ELIPHAZ""S THIRD ADDRESS.
Job 23:1-10. God""s inscrutability.
Job 23:11-12. Job""s integrity.
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Job 24:1. God""s inscrutability.
Job 24:2-25. Man""s iniquity.

Job 23:1-10. GOD""S INSCRUTABILITY.
Job 23:1-5. Job""s wish for trial.
Job 23:6-7. His confidence of the issue.
Job 23:8-9. Job""s search for trial.
Job 23:10. His confidence of the issue.

Job 24:2-25. MAN""S INIQUITY.
Job 24:2-17. Crimes of lawless men.
Job 24:18-20. What the issue ought to be.
Job 24:21-22. Crimes of lawless men.
Job 24:23-25. What the issue commonly is.

Job 25:1-6. BILDAD""S THIRD ADDRESS.
Job 25:1-3. God. His omnipotence.
Job 25:4-6. Man. His impotence.

Job 26:1 - Job 27:10. JOB""S REPLY TO BILDAD""S THIRD ADDRESS.
Job 26:1-4. Appeal to his friends.
Job 26:6-14. God""s ways:His power incomparable.
Job 27:1-5. Appeal to his friends.
Job 27:6-10. Job""s ways:his righteousness un-blameable.

Job 27:11 - Job 28:28. ZOPHAR""S THIRD ADDRESS.
Job 27:11-23. Unwisdom.
Job 28:1-6. What man knows.
Job 28:7-8. What man does not know.
Job 28:9-11. What man can do.
Job 28:12-19. What man can not do.
Job 28:20-28. Wisdom.

Job 29:1 - Job 31:40. JOB""S SELF-JUSTIFICATION.
Job 28:29. Saddened retrospect of past prosperity.
Job 28:30. Sorrowful description of present misery.
Job 28:31. Solemn asseveration of innocence.

Job 29:1-25. SADDEN RETROSPECT OF PAST PROSPERITY.
Job 29:1-6. Job""s prosperity. (What he was.)
Job 29:7-11. His honour. (What he had.)
Job 29:12. Redress of wrong.
Job 29:13. Beneficence.
Job 29:14 -. Righteousness. (What Job did.)
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, Job 29:14. Justice.
Job 29:15-16. Beneficence.
Job 29:17. Redress of wrong.
Job 29:18-20. Job""s prosperity. (What he thought.)
Job 29:21-25. His honour. (What he had.)

Job 30:1-31. SORROWFUL DESCRIPTION OF PRESENT MISERY.
Job 30:1-14. From others. ( vv . Job 30:1-8, their character.
vv . Job 30:9-14, their conduct.)
Job 30:15-18. In himself. ( vv . Job 30:15-16, mental.
vv . Job 30:17-18, bodily.)
Job 30:19-24. From God. ( vv . Job 30:19-20, silence.
vv . 21-24, action.)
Job 30:25-31. In himself.

Job 31:1-40. SOLEMN ASSEVERATION OF HIS INNOCENCE.
Job 31:1. Sin. (Unchastity.)
Job 31:2-4. Consequences.
Job 31:5. Sin. (Deceit.)
Job 31:6. Consequence. (Trial desired.)
Job 31:7. Sin. (Dishonesty.)
Job 31:8. Consequence. (Imprecation.)
Job 31:9. Sin. (Adultery.)
Job 31:10-12. Consequence. (Imprecation.)
Job 31:13. Sin. (Injustice.)
Job 31:14-15. Consequence. (Penalty.)
Job 31:16-21. Sin. Inhumanity.)
Job 31:22-23. Consequence. (Imprecation.)
Job 31:24-27. Sins of heart. (Covetousness, Job 31:24-25. Idolatry, Job 31:26-27.
Job 31:28. Consequence. (Penalty.)
Job 31:29-34. Sins of heart. (Malignity, Job 31:29-31. Inhospitality, Job 31:32. Hypocrisy, Job 31:33-34.
Job 31:35-37. Consequence. (Trail desired.)
Job 31:38-39. Sin. (Fraud.)
Job 31:40. Consequence.

Job 32:1 - Job 37:24. THE MINISTRY OF ELIHU:THE MEDIATOR.
Job 32:1-5. The connecting narrative.
Job 32:6 - Job 37:24. The ministry proper.

Job 32:1-5. THE CONNECTING NARRATIVE.
Job 32:1. The three men. Job""s friends.
Job 32:2-3. Anger of Elihu.
Job 32:4. The one man. Job.
Job 32:5. Anger of Elihu.

Job 32:6 - Job 37:24. ELIHU""S MINISTRY.
Job 32:6-22. Elihu. Introduction.
Job 32:1-33. His first address to Job.
Job 34:1. Elihu. Continuation.
Job 34:2-37. His words to Job""s friends.
Job 35:1. Elihu. Continuation.
Job 35:2-16. His second address to Job.
Job 36:1. Elihu. Conclusion.
Job 36:2 - Job 37:24. His words on God""s behalf.

Job 32:6-22. ELIHU. INTRODUCTION.
Job 32:6 -. Personal. Seniority.
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, Job 32:6-7. Reason for not speaking before.
Job 32:8-9. Personal. Qualification.
Job 32:10-22. Reason. for speaking now.

Job 33:1-33. ELIHU""S WORDS TO JOB.
Job 33:1-2. Call for attention.
Job 33:3-4. His fitness. Job 33:3. Internal, Job 33:4. External.
Job 33:5. Call for answer.
Job 33:6-7. His fitness.. Job 33:6. External. Job 33:7. Internal.
Job 33:8-11. Job""s error. Justification of himself.
Job 33:12. Answer. God""s greatness (in Creation).
Job 33:13. Job""s error. Charge against God.
Job 33:14-30. Answer. God""s goodness (in Revelation).
Job 33:31 -. Call for silence.
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, Job 33:31. His fitness. "I will speak."
Job 33:32. Call for answer.
Job 33:33. His fitness. "I will teach."

Job 33:14-30. GOD""S GOODNESS:IN REVELATION.
Job 33:14-15. Means. (Dreams and visions.)
Job 33:16-18. Ends. (Negative.) In
Job 33:19-22. Means. (Afflictions.) Detail.
Job 33:23-28. Ends. (Positive.)
Job 33:29. Means. (All these means.) In
Job 33:30. Ends. (Neg. Job 33:30 -. Pos. - Job 33:30.) sum.

Job 34:2-37. ELIHU""S WORDS TO JOB""S FRIENDS.
Job 34:2-4. Appeal to his hearers.
Job 34:5-6. Job""s error. (Job 34:5, Himself. Job 34:5-6, God.)
Job 34:7-9. His reproof.
Job 34:10 -. Call for attention.
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, Job 34:10-15. Vindication of God.
Job 34:16. Call for attention.
Job 34:17-33 -. Vindication of God.
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, Job 34:33-34. Appeal to his hearers.
Job 34:35. Job""s error.
Job 34:36-37. His reproof.

Job 35:2-16. ELIHU""S WORDS TO JOB.
Job 35:2-3. Error. Job""s.
Job 35:4-8. Answer. Personal.
Job 35:9. Error. Man""s.
Job 35:10-13. Answer. General.
Job 35:14 -. Error. Job""s.
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, Job 35:14-16. Answer. Personal.

Job 36:2 - Job 37:24. ELIHU""S WORDS ON GOD""D BEHALF.
Job 36:2-4. Introduction. "On God""s behalf."
Job 36:5. His attribute. "God is great."
Job 36:6-15. Manifested in Providence.
Job 36:16-25. Application and exhortation to fear His wondrous wrath.
Job 36:26. His attribute. "God is great."
Job 36:27 - Job 37:13. Manifested in Creation.
Job 37:14-22 -. Application and exhortation to consider His "wondrous works."
Job 37:22-24. Conclusion. "On God""s behalf."

Job 38:1 - Job 42:6. JOB AND JEHOVAH.
Job 38:1 - Job 40:2. Jehovah""s first address.
Job 40:3-5. Job""s first answer.
Job 40:6 - Job 41:34. Jehovah""s second address.
Job 42:1-6. Job""s second answer.

Job 38:1 - Job 40:2. JEHOVAH""S FIRST ADDRESS.
Job 38:1-3. Jehovah""s first appeal to Job.
Job 38:4-35. The inanimate creation. Wisdom exhibited in outward activities.
Job 38:36-38. Jehovah""s second appeal to Job.
Job 38:29 - Job 39:30. The animate creation. Wisdom manifested "in the inward parts."
Job 40:1-2. Jehovah""s third appeal to Job.

Job 38:4-35;">. THE INANIMITE CREATION. WISDOM EXHIBITED IN OUTWARD ACTIVITIES.
Job 38:4-7. The earth.
Job 38:8-11. The sea.
Job 38:12-15. The morn, and dawn. Things pertaining
Job 38:16-18. The springs of the sea. to the earth.
Job 38:19 -. Light. Things pertaining to
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, Job 38:19-21.. Darkness. both the earth and the heavens.
Job 38:22-23. Snow and hail. Things
Job 38:24-27. Lightning. pertaining to
Job 38:28-30. Rain, dew, and frost. the heavens.
Job 38:31-35. The heavens.

Job 38:39 - Job 39:30. THE ANIMATE CREATION. WISDOM MANIFESTED "IN THE INWARD PARTS".
Job 38:39-41. Sustenance. (The lion, vv . Job 38:39-40. The ravens, v . Job 38:41.)
Job 39:1-4. Young. (The wild goats, v . Job 39:1 -. The hinds, vv . - Job 39:1-4..)
Job 39:5-12. Attribute. Freedom. (The wild ass, vv .
Job 39:5-8. The wild bull, vv . Job 39:9-12.)
Job 39:13-18. Young. (The ostrich.)
Job 39:19-25. Attribute. Courage. (The war-horse.)
Job 39:26-30. Sustenance. (The hawk, v . Job 39:26. The eagle, vv . Job 39:27-30.)

Job 40:6 - Job 41:34. JEHOVAH""S SECOND ADDRESS.
Job 40:6-13. Jehovah""s first appeal to Divine power. (General.)
Job 40:14. Consequent admission.
Job 40:15 - Job 41:10 -. Jehovah""s second appeal to Divine power. (Special.) Behemoth (Job 40:15-24). Leviathan (Job 41:1-10 -.).
Job 41:10, Job 41:11. Consequent inference.
Job 41:12-34. Jehovah""s third appeal to Divine power. (Special.) Leviathan, continued.

Job 38:7-9. THE THREE FRIENDS.
Job 38:7 -. Jehovah ceases to speak to Job.
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, Job 38:7 -. Job""s friends spoken to by Jehovah.
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, Job 38:7 -. What He said.
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, Job 38:7. The reason. "Because."
Job 38:8 -. What He said.
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, Job 38:8. The reason. "Because."
Job 38:9 -. Job""s friends obey Jehovah.
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, Job 38:9. Jehovah accepts Job.

Job 38:10-13. SATAN""S DEFEAT. (JOB BLESSED WITH DOUBLE.)
Job 38:10. Job""s blessing.
Job 38:11. His family.
Job 38:12. Job""s blessing.
Job 38:13. His family

Job 42:14-16. CONCLUSION.
Job 42:14-15. Job""s children.
Job 42
:16-.11. His life.
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, Job 42:16 -. Job""s descendants.
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, Job 42:16. His death.

 


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