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Job 30 - AMP

2 Yes, how could the strength of their hands profit me? They were men whose ripe age and vigor had perished. 3 They are gaunt with want and famine; they gnaw the dry and barren ground or flee into the wilderness, into the gloom of wasteness and desolation. 4 They pluck saltwort or mallows among the bushes, and roots of the broom for their food or to warm them. 5 They are driven from among men, who shout after them as after a thief. 6 They must dwell in the clefts of frightful valleys (gullies made by torrents) and in holes of the earth and of the rocks. 7 Among the bushes they bray and howl ; beneath the prickly scrub they fling themselves and huddle together. 8 Sons of the worthless and nameless, they have been scourged and crushed out of the land. 9 And now I have become their song; yes, I am a byword to them. 10 They abhor me, they stand aloof from me, and do not refrain from spitting in my face or at the sight of me. 11 For God has loosed my bowstring and afflicted and humbled me; they have cast off the bridle before me. 12 On my right hand rises the rabble brood; they jostle me and push away my feet, and they cast up against me their ways of destruction . 13 They break up and clutter my path ; they urge on my calamity, even though they have no helper . 14 As through a wide breach they come in; amid the crash they roll themselves upon me. 15 Terrors are turned upon me; my honor and reputation they chase away like the wind, and my welfare has passed away as a cloud. 16 And now my life is poured out within me; the days of affliction have gripped me. 17 My bones are pierced in the night season, and the pains that gnaw me take no rest. 18 By the great force my garment is disguised and disfigured; it binds me about like the collar of my coat. 19 has cast me into the mire, and I have become like dust and ashes. 20 I cry to You, and You do not answer me; I stand up, but You gaze at me. 21 You have become harsh and cruel to me; with the might of Your hand You persecute me. 22 You lift me up on the wind; You cause me to ride upon it, and You toss me about in the tempest. 23 For I know that You will bring me to death and to the house appointed for all the living. 24 However, does not one falling in a heap of ruins stretch out his hand? Or in his calamity will he not therefore cry for help? 25 Did not I weep for him who was in trouble? Was not my heart grieved for the poor and needy? 26 But when I looked for good, then evil came to me; and when I waited for light, there came darkness. 27 My heart is troubled and does not rest; days of affliction come to meet me. 28 I go about blackened, but not by the sun; I stand up in the congregation and cry for help. 29 I am a brother to jackals , and a companion to ostriches . 30 My skin falls from me in blackened flakes, and my bones are burned with heat. 31 Therefore my lyre is turned to mourning, and my pipe into the voice of those who weep.



Sermons on Job 30 More sermons: Job 30

Thomas Swope avatar
No ‘Buts’ About It
Shared by: Thomas Swope on Oct, 2016
Summary: A study of the book of Job 30: 1 – 31
Series: Job
Scripture: Job 30:1-31
Denomination: Calvary Chapel
Views: 169
Bobby Stults avatar
The Perfect Storm of Job
Shared by: Bobby Stults on Feb, 2010
Summary: Job experienced what we might call the "Perfect" storm of life... we can learn how to handle these times by looking to his example.
based on 3 ratings
Denomination: Baptist
Views: 3,964
Tom Shepard avatar
Job's Negative Image Of Life - Job Chapter Thirty
Shared by: Tom Shepard on Apr, 2008
Summary: This is a study into Job chapter thrity.
based on 18 ratings
Scripture: Job 30:1-31
Views: 1,856
Créteur fabien avatar
NOS LIMITATIONS MENENT A DIEU
Shared by: Créteur fabien on Sep, 2007
Summary: Quand Job a atteint l’extrémité de sa corde c’était seulement alors lui prépare pour réaliser les occasions de Dieu. " Et maintenant!… je suis la risée de plus jeunes que moi, De ceux dont je dédaignais de mettre les pères Parmi les chiens de mon troupe
based on 1 rating
Scripture: Job 30:1-31
Denomination: Pentecostal
Views: 300
Joel Pankow avatar
The Dust and Ashes Attitude
Shared by: Joel Pankow on Feb, 2004
Summary: How God wants us to remember who we are and where we’re headed so we can find strength in him
based on 31 ratings
Scripture: Job 30:16-19
Denomination: Lutheran
Views: 1,531
Paul Fritz avatar
Our Limitations Lead to God's Opportunities
Shared by: Paul Fritz on Jun, 2003
Summary: When Job reached the end of his rope only then was he ready to realize God’s opportunities.
based on 58 ratings
Scripture: Job 30:1-31
Views: 5,540
Jim Twamley avatar
Depression
Shared by: Jim Twamley on Mar, 2003
Summary: Depression is one of the most common psychological problems, affecting nearly everyone through either personal experience or through depression in a family member. Each year over 17 million American adults experience a period of clinical depression.
based on 23 ratings
Denomination: Pentecostal
Views: 2,274
Jeffrey  Stratton avatar
Crawling Out of the Fairness Hole #4
Shared by: Jeffrey Stratton on Aug, 2002
Summary: This series examines some of the emotional holes we fall into and how we might crawl out.
based on 55 ratings
Scripture: Job 1:1-6 Job 30:25-27
Denomination: Baptist
Views: 2,043
Mark Haines avatar
Is God Unfair?
Shared by: Mark Haines on Nov, 2001
Summary: An inductive exploration of the unfairness of life and an elimination of inadequate answers to the question “Is God unfair?”
based on 43 ratings
Denomination: Wesleyan
Views: 3,029
John Kapteyn avatar
When All Seems Hopeless
Shared by: John Kapteyn on Oct, 2000
Summary: Job shows us how great our suffering can be and how we are able to process it.
based on 29 ratings
Scripture: Job 30:1
Denomination: Presbyterian/Reformed
Views: 1,293