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Job 9 - AMP

2 Yes, I know it is true. But how can mortal man be right before God? 3 If one should want to contend with Him, he cannot answer one in a thousand. 4 is wise in heart and mighty in strength; who has hardened himself against Him and prospered or even been safe? 5 Who removes the mountains, and they know it not when He overturns them in His anger; 6 Who shakes the earth out of its place, and the pillars of it tremble; 7 Who commands the sun, and it rises not; Who seals up the stars ; 8 Who alone stretches out the heavens and treads upon the waves and high places of the sea; 9 Who made the Bear, Orion, and the Pleiades, and the spaces of the south; 10 Who does great things past finding out, yes, marvelous things without number. 11 Behold, He goes by me, and I see Him not; He passes on also, but I perceive Him not. 12 Behold, He snatches away; who can hinder or turn Him back? Who will say to Him, What are You doing? 13 God will not withdraw His anger; the helpers of Rahab bow under Him. 14 How much less shall I answer Him, choosing out my words to reason with Him 15 Whom, though I were righteous (upright and innocent) yet I could not answer? I must appeal for mercy to my Opponent and Judge . 16 If I called and He answered me, yet would I not believe that He listened to my voice. 17 For He overwhelms and breaks me with a tempest and multiplies my wounds without cause. 18 He will not allow me to catch my breath, but fills me with bitterness. 19 If I speak of strength, behold, He is mighty! And if of justice, Who, says He, will summon Me? 20 Though I am innocent and in the right, my own mouth would condemn me; though I am blameless, He would prove me perverse. 21 Though I am blameless, I regard not myself; I despise my life. 22 It is all one; therefore I say, God destroys the blameless and the wicked. 23 When scourge slays suddenly, He mocks at the calamity and trial of the innocent. 24 The earth is given into the hands of the wicked; He covers the faces of its judges . If it is not , who then is it ? 25 Now my days are swifter than a runner; they flee away, they see no good. 26 They are passed away like the swift rowboats made of reeds, or like the eagle that swoops down on the prey. 27 If I say, I will forget my complaint, I will put off my sad countenance, and be of good cheer and brighten up, 28 I become afraid of all my pains and sorrows , for I know You will not pronounce me innocent . 29 I shall be held guilty and be condemned; why then should I labor in vain ? 30 If I wash myself with snow and cleanse my hands with lye, 31 Yet You will plunge me into the ditch, and my own clothes will abhor me . 32 For is not a man, as I am, that I should answer Him, that we should come together in court. 33 There is no umpire between us, who might lay his hand upon us both, 34 That He might take His rod away from me, and that the fear of Him might not terrify me. 35 would I speak and not fear Him, but I am not so in myself .



Sermons on Job 9 More sermons: Job 9

Thomas Swope avatar
What Are You Doing?
Shared by: Thomas Swope on Feb, 2016
Summary: A study of the book of Job 9: 1 – 35
Series: Job
Ian Humphrey avatar
JESUS, THE JUSTIFIER OF WICKED MEN
Shared by: Ian Humphrey on Nov, 2015
Summary: JESUS, THE JUSTIFIER OF WICKED MEN
Scripture: Job 9:1-2
Denomination: Holiness
Views: 104
Bishop Lalachan Abraham avatar
CHANGE YOUR THINKING, REVOLUTIONIZE YOUR LIFE
Shared by: Bishop Lalachan Abraham on Mar, 2014
Summary: “Be careful how you think; your life is shaped by your thoughts.”Proverbs 4:23 (GNT)
Sherm Nichols avatar
Thank God for the Go-Between!
Shared by: Sherm Nichols on Jan, 2014
Summary: Our great need for a mediator is met in the work of Jesus Christ. This sermon focuses on Job's realization of this need and points us to every person's need for a mediator.
Scripture: Job 9:32-35
Views: 1,323
John Shearhart avatar
The Greatness of God (from the book of Job)
Shared by: John Shearhart on Oct, 2011
Summary: God is great!
based on 1 rating
Scripture: Job 9:2-37:24
Denomination: Baptist
Views: 2,793
Fred Markes avatar
Mediator
Shared by: Fred Markes on Aug, 2011
Summary: A sermon series on Job
based on 2 ratings
Scripture: Job 9:32-35
Denomination: Baptist
Views: 1,065
Dan Cormie avatar
Christ is Fully Man - 2
Shared by: Dan Cormie on Nov, 2009
Summary: Conclusion to Nov. 1, 2009 Sermon on the humanity of Christ.
based on 2 ratings
Scripture: Job 9:1-35
Denomination: Pentecostal
Views: 551
Paul Carlson avatar
Even Great Faith Needs a Mediator
Shared by: Paul Carlson on Feb, 2009
Summary: How can I make it through my unbearable hardship?
Scripture: Job 9:1-35
Denomination: Baptist
Views: 382
Darren Felarise avatar
Just With God
Shared by: Darren Felarise on Nov, 2008
Summary: How can a man be just with God? This is the question Job asked. What could the answer be?
based on 1 rating
Scripture: Job 9:1-2
Denomination: Assembly Of God
Views: 613
clinton smith avatar
How To Respond the Natural Disasters
Shared by: clinton smith on Mar, 2008
Summary: This sermon encourages believers to trust God in the natural disasters. God can be trusted no matter what happens in life.
based on 2 ratings
Scripture: Job 9:1-12
Denomination: Baptist
Views: 1,670
Tom Shepard avatar
Can A Man Be Justified Before God? - Job Chapter Nine
Shared by: Tom Shepard on Apr, 2007
Summary: This is a study into Job chapter nine.
based on 18 ratings
Scripture: Job 9:1-35
Denomination: Independent Bible
Views: 2,764
James Dunn avatar
Job: The 4 Spiritual Flaws
Shared by: James Dunn on Mar, 2005
Summary: Well, most of us have heard about the evangelism tract, The 4 Spiritual Laws. In this message today, Pastor Dunn talks about the 4 Spiritual Flaws that Job temporarily buys into. Let’s listen in...
based on 20 ratings
Scripture: Job 9:1-10:22
Denomination: Baptist
Views: 1,772
Raymond Maurer avatar
Job Appeals to the Judge
Shared by: Raymond Maurer on Jul, 2004
Summary: Since Job can’t find someone to mediate his case with God, he decides to appeal to the Judge. He says, tell me why or let me die. He’s tired of the false witnesses (his friends).
based on 30 ratings
Scripture: Job 9:32-14:14
Views: 4,579
Raymond Maurer avatar
How do I overcome the anger from suffering?
Shared by: Raymond Maurer on Jul, 2004
Summary: How do I overcome anger from suffering? 1.Accept anger as a normal emotion 2.Beware of anger from an incomplete perspective 3.Confess my anger to prevent sin 4.Put your arms around Jesus
based on 21 ratings
Scripture: Job 6:1-9:35
Views: 2,310
Dana Chau avatar
The Questions of a Sufferer
Shared by: Dana Chau on Sep, 2003
Summary: Discover the questions sufferers have asked and the answers they have sought throughout the history of mankind.
based on 11 ratings
Scripture: Job 9:1-10:22
Denomination: *other
Views: 562
Kenneth  Trent avatar
ONE MEDIATOR BETWEEN GOD AND MAN
Shared by: Kenneth Trent on May, 2003
Summary: Man needs a Mediator between himself and God. The exclusivity of that office work rests with our Lord Jesus Christ.
based on 94 ratings
Denomination: Baptist
Views: 6,069
Brian Bill avatar
Our Just God
Shared by: Brian Bill on May, 2003
Summary: Justice is not an external system to which God tries to adhere. He didn’t have to go to law school or get a TV courtroom to learn how to apply the law. His justice comes out of his inner being and is based on His holiness, His truthfulness, and His righ
based on 17 ratings
Scripture: Job 9:16
Denomination: Baptist
Views: 3,652
Dennis Selfridge avatar
How do we justify ourselves before God who is holy and without sin?
Shared by: Dennis Selfridge on Jan, 2003
Summary: What it means to be justified before God
based on 16 ratings
Scripture: Job 9:1-8
Denomination: Wesleyan
Views: 1,499
Kenneth  Trent avatar
THE LONG-AWAITED DAYSMAN
Shared by: Kenneth Trent on Dec, 2002
Summary: Job cried out for a "daysman" in his great distress but determined there was none. Christians have a great "Daysman" to advocate our cause before the Father.
based on 62 ratings
Denomination: Baptist
Views: 1,712
Joseph Smith avatar
I Know History; I Do Not Know Myself
Shared by: Joseph Smith on Mar, 2002
Summary: It is one thing to know history and theology; it is another entirely to understand our own hearts. Job’s pilgrimage into self-understanding led to self-hatred, but in Christ that can be redeemed.
Series: I Know
based on 31 ratings
Scripture: Job 9:1-21
Denomination: Baptist
Views: 1,914