questions: Job, hope 29 of 34

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I’m rereading Job 38-41.  It’s the part where God questions Job.  I notice that none of the questions deal with why Job has been tested.  None of the questions deal with philosophy – they’re more akin to our science questions than anything.  I wonder if God is telling us what is important to Him?

The hope?  God knows how things work and He gave us His Word.

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One thought on “questions: Job, hope 29 of 34

  1. It shows the superiority of God compared to Job who could not save himself. As a modern incarnation of Job, something I understand not from reading but my eye has seen the Lord.

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