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

Job 8 Commentary of the Bible

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The Folly of Platitudes  ( Job 8-13 )  Sunday Message

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Last week we left our hero, Job, surrounded by do-gooders who were intent on forcing him to confess sin he was not aware he had committed. I do not suppose anything is more difficult for the human spirit to bear than misunderstanding, and to be accused of having done something that you have no awareness of having done. So these three men who came to comfort Job prove to be the severest trial he has yet to bear.

True But Wrong  ( Job 8 )  Daily Devotion

Surely God does not reject a blameless man or strengthen the hands of evildoers (Job 8:20).

When you read Bildad's arguments, you have to ask, What is wrong with this? It sounds so true and right. It is an argument you hear repeated many times today. What Bildad says is true and logical and supported by plausible argument both from the experience of the past and from the testimony of much of Scripture as well. What, then, is wrong?