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In Job chapters 32 and 33, Elihu becomes angry at Job and his friends and presents his case! Elihu was sitting on the sidelines up until this point and obviously was ready to say a few words! It was amazing to read his words in chapter 32 - it was apparent to me that he was young and energetic and felt he had some very important things to say - and we will hear all that Elihu has to say between now and chapter 37! :) Interestingly, as we get to God speaking to Job and his friends in chapter 38, you'll note God does not condemn Elihu along w/ Job's 3 other friends. The English poet and artist William Blake made this wonderful engraving below in the year 1825 titled "The Wrath of Elihu":
Elihu continues his strong discourse from yesterday! There is a lot of good stuff in his words today. Chapter 34 verse 12 is awesome - "There is no truer statement than this: God will not do wrong. The Almighty cannot twist justice." I pray you believe this verse to be very true...?
Worship God: Today's readings in Job with Elihu's speech reminded me of The Newsboy's song "He Reigns:"
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Please join us in memorizing and meditating on a verse of Scripture today: "It is unthinkable that God would do wrong, that the Almighty would pervert justice." Job 34:12 NIV
Prayer Point: Pray that you never doubt that God cannot do wrong. Pray that you know that God would never pervert justice.
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