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Job’s Fond Hope (chapter 19)

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Lesson

Even though Job’s friends have criticized him, he has grown in his faith in God. Job is worn out and begs for compassion. When he gets nothing but contempt and hostility instead, he confesses his faith and hope in God. The messianic theology of Job is different from any other book of the Bible.  

Outline

I. Appeal for Mercy from His Friends

II. God Has Cut Off Job's Appeal for Justice

III. Contempt from Everyone

IV. Job's Confession of Faith

A. The redeemer who lives

B. The final one

V. Messianic Hope in Job

A. Two universal human needs

B. Messianic theology in Job compared to the rest of the Bible

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