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Job

The Book of Job is named from its central character. The author is uncertain. The date of composition is widely disputed. The purpose of the Book of Job shows the inadequacy of human reason to account for the suffering of the innocent. There is a mystery of divine freedom which does not contradict God's goodness or sovereignty but remains elusive to man, and resigns to an attitude of trust and dependence on a good God whose working man cannot fathom.



  • Job 11:1-5 Riches and piety
  • 1:6-12 Satan obtains permission to tempt
  • 1:13-22 Afflicted
  • Job 2Job 2:1-8 Satan obtains permission to tempt him
  • 2:9-10 His wife
  • 2:11-13 His friends
  • Job 33:1-26 He bewails his birth
  • Job 44:1-21 Eliphaz rebukes him
  • Job 55:1-27 Eliphaz rebukes him (continued)
  • Job 66:1-13 He justifies his complaints
  • 6:14-30 He reproaches his friends
  • Job 77:1-21 He remonstrates with God
  • Job 88:1-22 Bildad affirms God's justice
  • Job 99:1-35 He acknowledges God's justice
  • Job 1010:1-22 He bewails his condition
  • Job 1111:1-20 Zophar reproves him
  • Job 1212:1-6 He answers his friends
  • 12:7-25 He acknowledges God's omnipotence
  • Job 1313:1-28 He defends his integrity
  • Job 1414:1-22 He speaks of life's woes
  • Job 1515:1-35 Eliphaz reproves him
  • Job 1616:1-22 He complains of God's dealings
  • Job 1717:1-16 He appeals to God
  • Job 1818:1-21 Bildad speaks of the plight of the wicked
  • Job 1919:1-20 He speaks of his friends' cruelty
  • 19:21-24 He seeks pity
  • 19:25-29 He states his faith
  • Job 2020:1-29 Zophar speaks of the wicked
  • Job 2121:1-34 He bemoans the prosperity of the wicked
  • Job 2222:1-20 Eliphaz accuses him of sin
  • 22:21-30 Job implored to repent
  • Job 2323:1-7 He desires to plead before God
  • 23:8-17 God knows men's ways
  • Job 2424:1-16 He complains of God's indifference to wicked
  • 24:17-25 Secret judgment for the wicked
  • Job 2525:1-6 How can man be justified with God?
  • Job 2626:1-14 He reproves Bildad, praises God
  • Job 2727:1-7 Job's truthfulness
  • 27:8-23 The hypocrite's hopelessness
  • Job 2828:1-28 Wisdom is God's gift
  • Job 2929:1-25 He speaks of past wealth
  • Job 3030:1-31 He is diseased and abhored
  • Job 3131:1-40 He speaks of his integrity
  • Job 3232:1-5 Elihu appears
  • 32:6-10 Wisdom comes not from age
  • 32:11-22 Elihu reproves the "comforters"
  • Job 3333:1-13 Elihu reasons with Job
  • 33:14-33 God calls men to repent
  • Job 3434:1-9 Elihu speaks of Job's logic
  • 34:10-30 God cannot be unjust
  • 34:31-37 Man must give up pride
  • Job 3535:1-16 Man is not God
  • Job 3636:1-15 God is just
  • 36:16-33 Results of Job's sins
  • Job 3737:1-24 God's works and wisdom
  • Job 3838:1-3 God challenges him
  • 38:4-41 God shows Job's ignorance
  • Job 3939:1-30 God continues his challenge
  • Job 4040:1-5 He is humbled
  • 40:6-24 God's power and wisdom
  • Job 4141:1-34 God's power shown in the leviathan
  • Job 4242:1-6 He submits to God
  • 42:7-17 God blesses him

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