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Job 25 - NIV


1 Then Bildad the Shuhite replied:


“Dominion and awe belong to God;
he establishes order in the heights of heaven.

3 Can his forces be numbered?
On whom does his light not rise?

4 How then can a mortal be righteous before God?
How can one born of woman be pure?

5 If even the moon is not bright
and the stars are not pure in his eyes,

6 how much less a mortal, who is but a maggot—
a human being, who is only a worm!”

Sermons on Job 25 More sermons: Job 25

Thomas Swope avatar
Why the Confusion?
Shared by: Thomas Swope on Aug, 2016
Summary: A study of Job 25: 1 – 6
Series: Job
Ian Humphrey avatar
A Most Important Question
Shared by: Ian Humphrey on Nov, 2015
Summary: A Most Important Question
Scripture: Job 25:1-6
Denomination: Holiness
Views: 171
Stephen E. Trail avatar
Another Important Question from Job
Shared by: Stephen E. Trail on Apr, 2014
Summary: A sermon that deals with doctrine of justification.
Allan Quak avatar
Zophar’s Answer - Pick Up Your Performance
Shared by: Allan Quak on Aug, 2011
Summary: Zophar’s answer to Job’s situation is to tell Job to pick up his performance - work harder and all will be well. But this is not a correct portrayal of God.
based on 1 rating
Scripture: Job 4:1-25:6
Denomination: Baptist
Views: 785
Allan Quak avatar
Bildad’s Answer - Get Back In Line
Shared by: Allan Quak on Jul, 2011
Summary: Bildad believes that the way to respond to difficulties is to recognise that we have stepped out of line and that God is getting us as a result. Bildad’s answer is that we get back in line. What does the Scripture say?
based on 1 rating
Scripture: Job 4:1-25:6
Denomination: Baptist
Views: 1,134
Allan Quak avatar
Eliphaz’s Answer:- You Have Done Evil
Shared by: Allan Quak on Jul, 2011
Summary: Eliphaz has a one sided view of God which turns God into a cause-and-effect God. We see that only focussing on one aspect of God’s character will give us a skewed view of God.
based on 2 ratings
Scripture: Job 4:1-25:6
Denomination: Baptist
Views: 1,415
William D. Brown avatar
Shared by: William D. Brown on Mar, 2011
Summary: And even today many people are trying to live good clean lives, righteous lives, thinking that if there is a God He’ll see their goodness and let them go to heaven, maybe He’ll see that their good out weighs their bad.
Scripture: Job 25:1-6
Denomination: Baptist
Views: 1,121
Joseph Smith avatar
It's All So Simple
Shared by: Joseph Smith on Jun, 2009
Summary: To the issue of why bad things happen to good people, Eliphaz’s answer is spiritually lazy and assumes that we can earn God’s favor. Job’s response is to have faith in a God who will ultimately accept responsibility for sin.
based on 2 ratings
Scripture: Job 4:1-25:1
Denomination: Baptist
Views: 1,210
Ivan Casteel avatar
Shared by: Ivan Casteel on Feb, 2008
Summary: Discusson on how a person really is saved.
based on 8 ratings
Scripture: Job 25:1-4
Denomination: Baptist
Views: 4,123
Tom Shepard avatar
Can A Man Be Righteous Before God? - Job Chapter Twenty Five
Shared by: Tom Shepard on Jan, 2008
Summary: This is a study into Job chapter twenty five.
based on 24 ratings
Scripture: Job 25:1-6
Views: 3,544
Brian La Croix avatar
Living in the Awe of God
Shared by: Brian La Croix on Jul, 2004
Summary: A message encouraging people to take some time to ponder the awesomeness of God.
based on 46 ratings
Scripture: Job 25:2
Denomination: Wesleyan
Views: 2,445
Joseph Smith avatar
Consider the Source
Shared by: Joseph Smith on May, 2003
Summary: Job, struggling to find his source of meaning, is frustrated with Bildad, who finds meaning in the past; and with his own feelings, looking for meaning in the present. Look to Christ, who provides meaning from the future.
based on 20 ratings
Scripture: Job 8:1-25:1
Denomination: Baptist
Views: 2,002