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Job’s Final Discourse (chapters 29-30)

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The crisis that Job is experiencing is not just the material losses and physical suffering, but also his crisis of faith. He thought he understood what his relationship with God is all about but he feels that God has abandoned him for no apparent reason. Job laments the pain he feels from being disgraced and humiliated.


I. Job's Former Glory

A. He longs for his former relationship to God

B. He misses the days that he was a respected man

C. Job refutes Eliphaz

D. Everything he did was for the good of the people around him

II. Job Humiliated

A. Job is mocked by the dregs of society

B. His pain is more than he can endure

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