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In this chapter we find Job approaching God from four different ways:
In frustration, Job jumped to the false conclusion that God was out to get him. When I face afflictions and pain that are beyond my control, I should never feel that God is out to get me. I need to remember that life’s trials, whether allowed by God or sent by God, are with my best interest in mind.
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Job 7:1-21Why is Life so Hard?
Job 8:1-22The First Speech of Bildad
Job 9:1-20Job’s Answer to Bildad
Job 9:21-35Job’s Despair
Job 10:1-22Job Complains to God
Job 11:1-20The First Speech of Zophar
Job 12:1-25Job Replies to His Three Friends
Job 13:1-16Job Takes His Case to God
Job 13:17-28Job is Asking For a Showdown With God