Job 3 Devotional Commentary

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Job 3:1

Job is introduced to us as a righteous man whom the Lord allowed to undergo some severe suffering that affected him financially, emotionally, physically, and spiritually. Overnight, his whole world fell apart as he dealt with the death of his ten adult children and faced utter, financial ruin.

Job was further afflicted with painful boils that covered his entire body... and only the reader of the book of Job is aware of the reason read more...

Job 3:17

Job paints a picture of man's portion while on earth. Whether saved or unsaved, man's destiny, from start to finish, is overshadowed by utmost sorrow in life and separation from our Creator due to sin... but results in the most glorious reconciliation of the lost sinner who knows that his Redeemer lives, and that in the end, He will take His stand on the earth.

The long and dramatic tale of woe experienced by Job, begins with read more...

Job 3:25

Job was a man with whom thousands must have identified over the centuries. He was one who trusted God, and the Lord had blessed him in many ways. He had a lovely home, a faithful wife, sons and daughters, flocks and herds. But Job was set to face some of the most difficult trials and problematic circumstances that countless souls have faced - and which many are facing today, in these troubled times in which we live.

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