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

Job 40 Commentary of the Bible

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The Nature of God  ( Job 40 - 41 )  Sunday Message

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All through this book Job has been crying out of his pain, his bewilderment, and his tortured heart for an interview with God, asking God to explain what is happening to him, hoping that he could come before him and ask him some questions about what is going on. Suddenly, God speaks to Job out of the whirlwind and grants him his desire. As Job viewed the situation, God in his judgment was unfair with him. He was a righteous man, and God was treating him as though he were unrighteous. Surely there is no more common complaint or experience in the world today than that very attitude.

Can You Handle It?  ( Job 40-41 )  Daily Devotion

Can you pull in the leviathan with a fishhook or tie down his tongue with a rope? Can you put a cord through his nose or pierce his jaw with a hook? (Job 41:1-2)