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Week 41 – Elihu: 

           Just when you thought everyone was done, a surprise witness takes the stand and a new voice emerges. Elihu is a younger and less experienced friend of Job’s. He has been in the room this whole time but he has remained silent out of respect for Job and for the elder friends. He has allowed them to speak without interruption but now that they are done he wants to add his own words. Words that, even though they are not always correct, are far wiser than the words of the other three friends.


Week 41 Readings

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June 16th, 2014Job 32:1-22 - A fourth friend named Elihu now speaks up. Elihu was younger than the rest of the friends so he remained silent out of respect but he can no longer hold his tongue. He is angry at Job for justifying himself rather than God and he is angry at his friends for not being able to refute Jobs arguments.

June 17th, 2014Job 33:1-33 - Elihu tells Job that God uses suffering to chastise those He loves. He does it to bring them back from their sin and then when they repent he forgives them.

June 18th, 2014Job 34:1-15 - Elihu addresses the “Wise men” who are most likely Jobs three friends. He is concerned that Job is accusing God of wrong doing.

June 19th, 2014Job 34:16-37 - Elihu now talks to Job. The “you” in the following verses is singular. He tells Job that God is just and is impartial. If you repent, even of sin you don’t know, God will forgive you.

June 20th, 2014Job 35:1-16 - Elihu says that Job is being inconsistent when he says in one sentence that he is righteous so God should hear his plea and in another sentence he says that God doesn’t care if we are righteous or not.

June 21st, 2014Job 36:1-33 - Elihu finishes his indictment of Job with a request for him to repent of the evil Elihu is sure Job has committed.

June 22nd, 2014Job 37:1-24 - Elihu finishes by restating that God is beyond our understanding and Job shouldn’t try and tell God that he is innocent.


Audio Readings


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