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Job 19 - AMP

2 How long will you vex and torment me and break me in pieces with words? 3 These ten times you have reproached me; you are not ashamed that you make yourselves strange . 4 And if it were true that I have erred, my error would remain with me . 5 If indeed you magnify yourselves against me and plead against me my reproach and humiliation, 6 Know that God has overthrown and put me in the wrong and has closed His net about me. 7 Behold, I cry out, Violence! but I am not heard; I cry aloud for help, but there is no justice. 8 He has walled up my way so that I cannot pass, and He has set darkness upon my paths. 9 He has stripped me of my glory and taken the crown from my head. 10 He has broken me down on every side, and I am gone; my hope has He pulled up like a tree. 11 He has also kindled His wrath against me, and He counts me as one of His adversaries. 12 His troops come together and cast up their way and siege works against me and encamp round about my tent. 13 He has put my brethren far from me, and my acquaintances are wholly estranged from me. 14 My kinsfolk have failed me, and my familiar friends have forgotten me. 15 Those who live temporarily in my house and my maids count me as a stranger; I am an alien in their sight. 16 I call to my servant, but he gives me no answer, though I beseech him with words. 17 I am repulsive to my wife and loathsome to the children of my own mother. 18 Even young children despise me; when I get up, they speak against me. 19 All the men of my council and my familiar friends abhor me; those whom I loved are turned against me. 20 My bone clings to my skin and to my flesh, and I have escaped with the skin or gums of my teeth. 21 Have pity on me! Have pity on me, O you my friends, for the hand of God has touched me! 22 Why do you, as if you were God, pursue and persecute me? why are you not satisfied with my flesh? 23 Oh, that the words I now speak were written! Oh, that they were inscribed in a book ! 24 That with an iron pen and lead they were graven in the rock forever! 25 For I know that my Redeemer and Vindicator lives, and at last He will stand upon the earth. 26 And after my skin, even this body, has been destroyed, then from my flesh or without it I shall see God, 27 Whom I, even I, shall see for myself and on my side! And my eyes shall behold Him, and not as a stranger! My heart pines away and is consumed within me. 28 If you say, How we will pursue him! that the root of all these is found in me, 29 Then beware and be afraid of the sword , for wrathful are the punishments of that sword, that you may know there is a judgment.

Sermons on Job 19 More sermons: Job 19

Kevin Ruffcorn avatar
Hope in the Midst of Suffering
Shared by: Kevin Ruffcorn on Jul, 2016
Summary: Job struggles with his mortality. He blames God for his suffering, yet speaks of God's faithfulness.
Series: Pentecost
Scripture: Job 14:7-19:27
Denomination: Lutheran
Views: 346
Thomas Swope avatar
Good Interruptions
Shared by: Thomas Swope on Jun, 2016
Summary: A study of the book of Job 19: 1 – 29
Series: Job
bala samson avatar
Shared by: bala samson on Jan, 2016
Summary: Now, when I say ‘morning prayer’ it is kind of boring for people, let me put it this way, I woke early to greet Him ‘Good morning Jesus and have a chat with God!’ How does this sound?
Paul Carlson avatar
The Resurrection Provides Victory through Suffering
Shared by: Paul Carlson on Dec, 2015
Summary: PROPOSITION: Since Christ was victorious in His suffering, you can be victorious in your suffering and find comfort in Him.
Series: O.T. Survey
Scripture: Job 19:1-29
Denomination: Baptist
Views: 311
Ian Humphrey avatar
Shared by: Ian Humphrey on Nov, 2015
Scripture: Job 19:23-29
Denomination: Holiness
Views: 107
Ian Humphrey avatar
Shared by: Ian Humphrey on Nov, 2015
Scripture: Job 19:23-29
Denomination: Holiness
Views: 132
John McCormack avatar
Shared by: John McCormack on Oct, 2015
Scripture: Job 19:25
Denomination: Baptist
Views: 209
John McCormack avatar
Shared by: John McCormack on Oct, 2015
Scripture: Job 19:25
Denomination: Baptist
Views: 203
Steven Chapman avatar
God's Answer For Troubled Times
Shared by: Steven Chapman on Jun, 2015
Summary: This message was from the funeral of a Christian young person who died unexpectedly. It does not seek to answer all of the questions of their death, but point us to the one with the answers.
Series: Funeral
Donnie De loney avatar
Live Forever in a Perfect Body!
Shared by: Donnie De loney on Apr, 2014
Summary: Death holds no fear for those who know Jesus as Savior. He promised that, at His Second Coming, all the faithful will rise from the dead in perfect, immortal bodies and will spend eternity in His glorious presence.
based on 1 rating
Scripture: Job 19:25-27
Denomination: Assembly Of God
Views: 726
Stephen E. Trail avatar
Life's Grestest Question Answered
Shared by: Stephen E. Trail on Apr, 2014
Summary: An Easter sermon about immortality.
Scripture: Job 14:14-19:25
Denomination: Baptist
Views: 899
Damian Phillips avatar
Understanding Job's Redeemer
Shared by: Damian Phillips on Jul, 2013
Summary: Job went through a time of difficulty; however, he was not alone. We don’t have to face the trials of life or the consequences of sin alone, for we have Someone who will stare sin in the face and fight in our defense. Job knew Him as his Redeemer.
based on 1 rating
Scripture: Job 19:25-27
Denomination: Baptist
Views: 1,071
bala samson avatar
Good morning Jesus!
Shared by: bala samson on Jan, 2013
Summary: My coffee time with God in the morning turned me to a Preacher at work to begin with. What started as a small effort of greeting Jesus ‘Good morning and chat with Him,’ turned into a commitment for the rest of my life!
Scripture: Job 19:25
Denomination: Pentecostal
Views: 2,810
Ronnie Miller avatar
Standing On The Promises.
Shared by: Ronnie Miller on Sep, 2012
Summary: We see death most every day, either on the news or in our neighborhood, friends, family, acquaintance. There is no getting away from the death of our body. The Bible says in Hebrews 9:27 And as it is appointed unto men once to die, but after this the judg
based on 1 rating
Scripture: Job 19:25-27
Denomination: Baptist
Views: 938
JS Collins avatar
I know my redeemer liveth
Shared by: JS Collins on Feb, 2012
Summary: Purpose: To illustrate God
based on 1 rating
Scripture: Job 19:25-27
Denomination: Assembly Of God
Views: 1,824
Fred Markes avatar
Most Important Thing
Shared by: Fred Markes on Aug, 2011
Summary: A sermon series on Job
Scripture: Job 19:17-27
Denomination: Baptist
Views: 1,030
Bart Leger avatar
My True Best Friend
Shared by: Bart Leger on Mar, 2011
Summary: How can we respond when we feel like the whole world is against us and we can't see any end in sight. What if our friends don't seem to be helping much? Here we find out from Job how he beat his depression and came out the other side with his sanity and f
Scripture: Job 19:25
Denomination: Independent/Bible
Views: 734
Aubrey Vaughan avatar
The Coming promise of our Redeemer
Shared by: Aubrey Vaughan on Dec, 2010
Summary: The Believers hope as seen in the man Job as he looked forwrd to the coming advent and its two- fold principles.
based on 1 rating
Scripture: Job 29:23-19:27
Denomination: Baptist
Views: 967
Joseph Smith avatar
Black and White Redeemed Together
Shared by: Joseph Smith on Nov, 2010
Summary: For Black History Month: We will not be fully redeemed until both black and white understand the elements of self-hatred that are in us and see that we have a Redeemer who will remove those feelings.
Scripture: Job 19:1-27
Denomination: Baptist
Views: 7,187
Donnie  Martin avatar
Shared by: Donnie Martin on Jul, 2010
Summary: Using the life of Job as a backdrop, this message asked the question: "What would it take to make you stop serving God?"
based on 2 ratings
Scripture: Job 19:25-27
Denomination: Baptist
Views: 2,074
William Akehurst avatar
MY REDEEMER LIVES (by the skin of my teeth)
Shared by: William Akehurst on Jun, 2010
Summary: JOB Declares - My Redeemer Lives. Have you ever heard or used this line? By the skin of my teeth…do you know where it comes from?
based on 8 ratings
Scripture: Job 19:20-27
Views: 1,250
Jerry Stepp avatar
I Know that I Know that I Know
Shared by: Jerry Stepp on Apr, 2010
Summary: Job's assurity through all of life's troubles and trials is that his Redeemer liveth
based on 3 ratings
Scripture: Job 19:25-27
Denomination: Baptist
Views: 1,308
Dean Courtier avatar
Christ’s second coming, heaven and hell
Shared by: Dean Courtier on Mar, 2010
Summary: Both the Old and New Testaments speak of how the world we know will end and that God is working out His purposes until then. When Jesus comes again, believers will be judged and then enjoy eternity with God in Heaven. Unbelievers will also be judged and t
Series: Outlines
based on 15 ratings
Scripture: Job 19:25-27
Denomination: Pentecostal
Views: 11,259
Jimmy Haile avatar
Death Of A Loved One
Shared by: Jimmy Haile on Sep, 2009
Summary: A lesson that can be learned even in death!
based on 6 ratings
Scripture: Job 19:25-27
Denomination: Baptist
Views: 2,335
Pastor Neftali Baez avatar
Yo se que vive
Shared by: Pastor Neftali Baez on Aug, 2009
Summary: expositivo
based on 3 ratings
Scripture: Job 19:25
Denomination: Evangelical Free
Views: 3,912
Robert Leroe avatar
Job's Friends
Shared by: Robert Leroe on Jun, 2009
Summary: Rather than show sensitivity to Job’s affliction, his friends critique him...and were dead wrong. Let’s be careful when we appraise people. And let’s be cordial when we disagree.
based on 13 ratings
Denomination: Congregational
Views: 9,726
Christine Forehand avatar
There is A Redeemer
Shared by: Christine Forehand on Oct, 2008
Summary: There is a Redeemer that wants to rescue us from bondage and give us a life that is free to live for Him.
based on 1 rating
Scripture: Job 19:25
Denomination: Pentecostal
Views: 883
R. David Reynolds avatar
So You Think You Have It Bad?
Shared by: R. David Reynolds on May, 2008
Summary: Rather than observe this service on All Saints Sunday in November, we always hold a Memorial Service honoring the memory of all the saints from our Church Family on Memorial Day Sunday in May each year. This sermon was for this occasion in May 2008.
based on 2 ratings
Scripture: Job 19:25-27
Denomination: Methodist
Views: 1,939
Robert Higgins avatar
Eye Has Not Seen
Shared by: Robert Higgins on May, 2008
Summary: Death is not an end but a midpoint, a beginning to the life that we were created to live.
based on 1 rating
Scripture: Job 19:23-27
Denomination: Baptist
Views: 1,155
Kenneth  Trent avatar
Shared by: Kenneth Trent on Jan, 2008
Summary: Job’s trying experiences only served to deepen his faith in God. He was able to say: “I know my Redeemer lives!”
based on 17 ratings
Scripture: Job 19:25-27
Denomination: Baptist
Views: 11,811