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David Describes Those Who Falsely Accuse Him - Psalms 17:6 – 17:15 (commentary)

It is not easy to live righteously, even when things are going well (vv. 6-9). It is especially hard when we are being persecuted and being falsely accused. Only the Lord, as He directs us through His Word, can keep us having right thoughts and right action. The same …

The First Speech of Eliphaz - Job 4:1 – 4:21 (commentary)

The chapters that follow are made up of items of discussion between Job and his three friends. Job and his friends share the same basic theology, and most of what the friends say is true, but it just doesn’t fit Job’s case. Eliphaz, the oldest, wisest and most experie …

The Second Speech of Bildad - Job 18:1 – 18:21 (commentary)

In this chapter Bildad lashes out at Job and accuses him of trying to insult the intelligence of his three friends. He has missed Job’s hints that he is searching for sympathy, for a witness to his innocence, and for comfort. Instead, he launches into a harsh and vivid d …

Eliphaz Accuses And Exhorts Job - Job 22:1 – 22:30 (commentary)

Eliphaz made three serious accusations against Job; Job is a sinner (vv. 1-11).He accuses Job of the sin of pride (vv. 1-5).He accuses Job of covetousness (v. 6).He accuses Job of lack of mercy and compassion (vv. 7-9).He says Job is suffering great trials because of his …

Potiphar’s Wife Accuses Joseph - Genesis 39:7 – 39:18 (commentary)

Joseph was a handsome young man. He also trusted in God and because of this he looked and acted differently than the other slaves. As a result, another great test came to him. His master’s wife fell in love with him and wanted him to make love to her. Joseph refused and told her …

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