Job 13:15 -- Though he slay me, yet will I hope in him; I will surely defend my ways to his face.

Job 1 Commentary of the Bible

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Lessons from Job  ( Job 1 - 42 )  Sunday Message

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The book of Job is far too complex and far too profound to do a "once over lightly" treatment, so I would like to go back this morning and recall to us the great truths that it has brought before us. This is probably the very first book of the Bible that was ever written; it takes us back to the earliest days of man's redemptive history. Job was probably a contemporary of Abraham. He did not live in the Promised Land; he lived in another country of which we know very little, the ancient land of Uz.

The Test  ( Job 1 )  Sunday Message

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The book of Job is, perhaps, the oldest book in the Bible. No one knows who wrote it. Some scholars think it may have been written by Moses, and perhaps it could have been, while some date it as late as the time of Solomon. But one thing is certain: this book was given to us by the Holy Spirit. It is a very profound book and in many ways it touches upon certain themes more deeply than any other book of the Bible. It is also a very beautiful book and it is written in majestic, glorious language.

The Test  ( Job 1 )  Daily Devotion

But stretch out your hand and strike everything he has, and he will surely curse you to your face (Job 1:11).