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Job 27 - NIV

Job’s Final Word to His Friends

1 And Job continued his discourse:

2

“As surely as God lives, who has denied me justice,
the Almighty, who has made my life bitter,

3 as long as I have life within me,
the breath of God in my nostrils,

4 my lips will not say anything wicked,
and my tongue will not utter lies.

5 I will never admit you are in the right;
till I die, I will not deny my integrity.

6 I will maintain my innocence and never let go of it;
my conscience will not reproach me as long as I live.

7

“May my enemy be like the wicked,
my adversary like the unjust!

8 For what hope have the godless when they are cut off,
when God takes away their life?

9 Does God listen to their cry
when distress comes upon them?

10 Will they find delight in the Almighty?
Will they call on God at all times?

11

“I will teach you about the power of God;
the ways of the Almighty I will not conceal.

12 You have all seen this yourselves.
Why then this meaningless talk?

13

“Here is the fate God allots to the wicked,
the heritage a ruthless man receives from the Almighty:

14 However many his children, their fate is the sword;
his offspring will never have enough to eat.

15 The plague will bury those who survive him,
and their widows will not weep for them.

16 Though he heaps up silver like dust
and clothes like piles of clay,

17 what he lays up the righteous will wear,
and the innocent will divide his silver.

18 The house he builds is like a moth’s cocoon,
like a hut made by a watchman.

19 He lies down wealthy, but will do so no more;
when he opens his eyes, all is gone.

20 Terrors overtake him like a flood;
a tempest snatches him away in the night.

21 The east wind carries him off, and he is gone;
it sweeps him out of his place.

22 It hurls itself against him without mercy
as he flees headlong from its power.

23 It claps its hands in derision
and hisses him out of his place.”




Sermons on Job 27 More sermons: Job 27

Thomas Swope avatar
Cannon Fodder
Shared by: Thomas Swope on Aug, 2016
Summary: A study of the book of Job 27: 1 – 23
Series: Job
Scripture: Job 27:1-23
Denomination: Calvary Chapel
Views: 452
Madana Kumar, PhD avatar
A new Beginning with Integrity
Shared by: Madana Kumar, PhD on Mar, 2015
Summary: Integrity is a topic that is seen loosely by many. Is God serious about Integrity?
Jeremy Poling avatar
Integrity
Shared by: Jeremy Poling on Apr, 2012
Summary: Our integrity is a precious commodity.
based on 2 ratings
Scripture: Job 27:3-6
Denomination: Pentecostal
Views: 885
Joe Hayes avatar
What the Household Holds, Power pt4
Shared by: Joe Hayes on Mar, 2009
Summary: We are not people of pwer we are people of a powerful God you can also listen at www.preaching.co.nr
Scripture: Job 27:11
Denomination: Assembly Of God
Views: 468
Tom Shepard avatar
Job Holds To His Integrity - Job Chapter Twenty Seven
Shared by: Tom Shepard on Mar, 2008
Summary: This is a study on Job chapter twenty seven.
based on 12 ratings
Scripture: Job 27:1-23
Denomination: Independent Bible
Views: 4,050
Chris McCall avatar
The Cross and the Conscience
Shared by: Chris McCall on Feb, 2007
Summary: God gave man a conscience. No animal has this gift. It is an internal ability to discern what is right and what is wrong. That is why the laws of most nations are basically the same, even if the Bible is not the basis of their laws
based on 1 rating
Scripture: Job 27:6
Views: 454
Steven Ostrowski avatar
Cursing
Shared by: Steven Ostrowski on Jun, 2005
Summary: The dangers of cursing in our every day lives.
based on 15 ratings
Scripture: Job 27:4
Denomination: Catholic
Views: 900
Dean Rhine avatar
Job: Responding to Criticism
Shared by: Dean Rhine on Dec, 2003
Summary: How Job dealt with criticism
based on 57 ratings
Scripture: Job 2:11-27:5
Views: 2,652
Curtis Kittrell avatar
JOB'S CONDEMNATION
Shared by: Curtis Kittrell on Apr, 2002
Summary: Job’s defense of himself and his disturbing questions about God’s justice upset his friends. In their eyes such impious thoughts proved that Job must be numbered with the wicked.
based on 36 ratings
Scripture: Job 22:5-27:23
Denomination: Pentecostal
Views: 779
Aaron Brown avatar
The Hopelessness of the Hell-Bound Hypocrite
Shared by: Aaron Brown on Sep, 2001
Summary: A searching, satire on the prevalent hypocrisy in the church: with humorous reflections on the preacher, prayer, choir, deacons, and ushers.
based on 48 ratings
Scripture: Job 27:8
Views: 1,235