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Job 42 - NIV
1 Then Job replied to the Lord:
“I know that you can do all things;
no purpose of yours can be thwarted.
You asked, ‘Who is this that obscures my plans without knowledge?’
Surely I spoke of things I did not understand,
things too wonderful for me to know.
“You said, ‘Listen now, and I will speak;
I will question you,
and you shall answer me.’
My ears had heard of you
but now my eyes have seen you.
Therefore I despise myself
and repent in dust and ashes.”
7 After the Lord had said these things to Job, he said to Eliphaz the Temanite, “I am angry with you and your two friends, because you have not spoken the truth about me, as my servant Job has.
8 So now take seven bulls and seven rams and go to my servant Job and sacrifice a burnt offering for yourselves. My servant Job will pray for you, and I will accept his prayer and not deal with you according to your folly. You have not spoken the truth about me, as my servant Job has.”
9 So Eliphaz the Temanite, Bildad the Shuhite and Zophar the Naamathite did what the Lord told them; and the Lord accepted Job’s prayer.
10 After Job had prayed for his friends, the Lord restored his fortunes and gave him twice as much as he had before.
11 All his brothers and sisters and everyone who had known him before came and ate with him in his house. They comforted and consoled him over all the trouble the Lord had brought on him, and each one gave him a piece of silver[a] and a gold ring.
12 The Lord blessed the latter part of Job’s life more than the former part. He had fourteen thousand sheep, six thousand camels, a thousand yoke of oxen and a thousand donkeys.
13 And he also had seven sons and three daughters.
14 The first daughter he named Jemimah, the second Keziah and the third Keren-Happuch.
15 Nowhere in all the land were there found women as beautiful as Job’s daughters, and their father granted them an inheritance along with their brothers.
16 After this, Job lived a hundred and forty years; he saw his children and their children to the fourth generation.
17 And so Job died, an old man and full of years.
Sermons on Job 42
Contributed by Pat Damiani on Aug 29, 2017
When I go through trials, what matters is who I know not what I know
ENGAGE I can’t prove it absolutely, but my guess is that the most asked question throughout history, regardless of culture, has been this one: Why do bad things happen to good people? And that question is certainly at the heart of the life of the man that we’ll look at this morning – ...read more
Contributed by Solomon Onwude on Jun 30, 2017
Sometimes, all we need to do, is to live our lives bearing the end in mind; the end that the lord wants for us, not our own end but the lords…
James 5:11New International Version (NIV) 11 As you know, we count as blessed those who have persevered. You have heard of Job’s perseverance and have seen what the Lord finally brought about. The Lord is full of compassion and mercy. Mine today, is a message of hope! Many of us, if not all ...read more
Contributed by Christopher Holdsworth on May 15, 2017
The restoration of Job.
A NEW VISION OF GOD Job 42:1-6 The prose narrative bookends of the epic poem which is the Book of Job provide us at either end with the same judgment of Job’s character. Twice in the first two chapters the LORD taunts Satan with the integrity of Job (Job 1:8; Job 2:3). Twice Satan ...read more
Contributed by Thomas Swope on Jan 30, 2017
A study of the book of Job chapter 42 verses 1 through 17
Job 42: 1 – 17 You’ll Love The Ending 1 Then Job answered the LORD and said: 2 “I know that You can do everything, and that no purpose of Yours can be withheld from You. 3 You asked, ‘Who is this who hides counsel without knowledge?’ Therefore I have uttered ...read more
Contributed by Kevin Ruffcorn on Aug 15, 2016
Job realizes that he is only mortal and human.
Job 42:7-17 “Eating Humble Pie” INTRODUCTION The ending of Job reads like it was written by an American screenwriter. American plays and movies almost always have to have a happy ending. For forty-one chapters we have walked with Job through his suffering. The storyteller ...read more