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The book of Job
Chapter 1 Job, a just and perfect man, is blessed with great riches--Satan..
Chapter 2 Satan obtains leave from the Lord to afflict Job physically--He i..
Chapter 3 Job curses the day and services of his birth. He asks: Why died..
Chapter 4 Eliphaz reproves Job, asking such questions as: Are the righteous..
Chapter 5 Eliphaz counsels Job: Man is born unto trouble; Seek unto God; an..
Chapter 6 Job bemoans his grief--He prays that God will grant his petitions..
Chapter 7 Job asks: Is there an appointed time for man on earth? What is m..
Chapter 8 Bildad asks: Doth God pervert judgment? He says: Our days upon e..
Chapter 9 Job acknowledges the justice and greatness of God, and concludes..
Chapter 10 Job is weary of life--He expostulates with God about his afflicti..
Chapter 11 Zophar asks: Canst thou by searching find out God? He says the h..
Chapter 12 Job says: The souls of all things are in the hands of the Lord; a..
Chapter 13 Job testifies of his confidence in the Lord, and says: Though he..
Chapter 14 Job testifies of the shortness of life, the certainty of death, a..
Chapter 15 Eliphaz sets forth the disquietude of wicked men--They do not bel..
Chapter 16 Job bewails against the wicked who oppose him--Though even his fr..
Chapter 17 Job speaks of the sorrow of death and of the grave in that day wh..
Chapter 18 Bildad tells of the damned state of the wicked who know not God.
Chapter 19 Job tells of the ills that have befallen him, and then testifies:..
Chapter 20 Zophar shows the state and portion of the wicked--He says: The tr..
Chapter 21 Job admits that the wicked sometimes prosper in this life--Then h..
Chapter 22 Eliphaz accuse Job of divers sins and exhorts him to repent.
Chapter 23 Job seeks the Lord and asserts his own righteousness--He says: Wh..
Chapter 24 Murderers, adulterers, those who oppress the poor, and wicked peo..
Chapter 25 Bildad bemoans the lowly state of man and classifies him as a worm.
Chapter 26 Job reproves Bildad's lack of empathy--He extols the power and gr..
Chapter 27 Job asserts his righteousness--When the wicked are buried in deat..
Chapter 28 Wealth comes out of the earth--Wisdom cannot be purchased--The fe..
Chapter 29 Job recalls his former prosperity and greatness--He was blessed b..
Chapter 30 Job is derided by the children of vile and base men--In his affli..
Chapter 31 Job invites judgment so that God may know his integrity--If he ha..
Chapter 32 Elihu, in anger, answers Job and his three friends--He says: Ther..
Chapter 33 Elihu says: God is greater than man--He speaks to man in dreams a..
Chapter 34 Eluhu teaches: God cannot be unjust, nor commit iniquity, nor per..
Chapter 35 Elihu contrasts weakness of man and the power of God--Our wickedn..
Chapter 36 Those who are righteous are prospered--The wicked perish and die..
Chapter 37 The Lord controls the laws of nature--God reigns in terrible maje..
Chapter 38 God asks Job where he was when the foundations of the earth were..
Chapter 39 Man's weakness and ignorance compared with God's mighty works--Do..
Chapter 40 The Lord challenges Job, and Job replies humbly--The Lord speaks..
Chapter 41 The Lord points to his power in leviathan--All things under the w..
Chapter 42 Job repents in dust and ashes--He sees the Lord with his eyes--Th..
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