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    JOB 42

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    1 Job submits himself unto God. 7 God, preferring Job's cause, makes his friends submit themselves, and accepts him. 10 He magnifies and blesses Job. 16 Job's age and death. VERSE 1 * :1 VERSE 2 - thou. * Ge 18:14 Isa 43:13 Jer 32:17 Mt 19:26 Mr 10:27; 14:36 Lu 18:27 - no. * Ps 44:21; 139:2 Jer 17:10 Eze 38:10 Joh 2:24,25; 21:17 * Heb 4:12,13 - can be withholden from thee. or, of thine can be hindered. * Job 23:13 Pr 19:21 Ec 3:14 Isa 14:27; 46:10 Da 4:35 Eph 1:11 VERSE 3 - Who. * Job 38:2 - things. * Ps 40:5; 131:1; 139:6 Pr 30:2-4 VERSE 4 - Hear. * Ge 18:27,30-32 - I will. * Job 38:3; 40:7 VERSE 5 - heard. * Job 4:12; 28:22; 33:16 Ro 10:17 - mine. * Job 23:8,9 Nu 12:6-8 Isa 6:1 Joh 1:18; 12:41,45 Ac 7:55,56 VERSE 6 - I. * Job 9:31; 40:3,4 Ezr 9:6 Ps 51:17 Isa 5:5 Jer 31:19 Eze 16:63 * Eze 20:43; 36:31 Lu 15:18,19 1Co 15:8,9 1Ti 1:13-16 Jas 7 4:7-10 - repent. * Job 2:8; 30:19 1Ki 21:27 Es 4:1-3 Isa 58:5 Da 9:3 Jon 3:6-10 * Mt 11:21 Lu 10:13 VERSE 7 - Eliphaz. * Job 2:11; 4:1; 8:1; 11:1 - My. * Job 32:2,3,5 - ye have. * Job 11:5,6 Ps 51:4 VERSE 8 - Therefore. From this it appears that Job was considered as a priest, not only to his own family, but also to others. For his children he offered burnt offerings, (ch. 5 1:5,) and now he is to make the same kind of offerings, accompanied with intercession, in behalf of his three friends. This is a full proof of the innocence and integrity of Job. - seven bullocks. * Nu 23:1,14,29 1Ch 15:26 2Ch 29:21 Eze 45:23 Heb 10:4,10-14 - go. * Mt 5:23,24 - offer. * Job 1:5 Ex 18:12 - my servant Job shall. * Ge 20:17 Isa 60:14 Jer 14:11; 15:1 Eze 14:14 Heb 7:25 Jas 5:14 * 1Jo 5:6 Re 3:9 - him. Heb. his face, or person. * :9 1Sa 25:35 Mal 1:8,9 Mt 3:17 Eph 1:6 - lest. * Ps 103:10 2Ti 4:14 VERSE 9 - did. * Job 34:31,32 Isa 60:14 Mt 7:24 Joh 2:5 Ac 9:6; 10:33 Heb 11:8 - Job. Heb. the face of Job. * :8; 22:27 Pr 3:11,12 Ec 9:7 VERSE 10 - turned. * Job 5:18-20 De 30:3 Ps 14:7; 53:6; 126:1,4 - when. * Ge 20:17 Ex 17:4,5 Nu 12:2,13; 14:1-4,10,13-20; 16:21,22,46-48 * De 9:20 Lu 16:27 Ac 7:50,60 - the Lord. * Job 8:6,7; 22:24,25 De 8:18 1Sa 2:7 2Ch 25:9 Pr 22:4 Hag 2:8 - gave Job twice as much as he had before. Heb. added all that had been to Job unto the double. * Isa 40:2; 61:7 VERSE 11 - all his brethren. * Job 19:13,14 Pr 16:7 - they bemoaned. * Job 2:11; 4:4; 16:5 Ge 37:35 Isa 35:3,4 Joh 11:19 Ro 12:15 * 1Co 12:26 Heb 12:12; 13:3 - every man. * Job 6:22,23 Ge 24:22,53 1Sa 10:27 VERSE 12 - So. * Job 8:7 De 8:16 Pr 10:22 Ec 7:8 1Ti 6:17 Jas 11 5:11 - he had. * Job 1:3 Ge 24:35; 26:12-14 Ps 107:38; 144:13-15 VERSE 13 * Job 1:2 Ps 107:41; 127:3 Isa 49:20 VERSE 14 - Jemima. ie., a dove; affectionate. \\S#3224h\\. - Kezia. i.e., cassia; scraped off. \\S#7103h\\. * Ps 45:9 - Keren-happuch. i.e., horn of painting; flashes or splendor of color; horn of beauty. \\S#7163h\\. VERSE 15 - no. * Ps 144:12 Ac 7:20 - gave. * Nu 27:7 Jos 15:18,19; 18:4 VERSE 16 - After. How long he had lived before his afflictions we cannot tell: if we could rely upon the LXX., all would be plain, which adds here, [ .] "And all the years he lived were two hundred and forty." - an. * Ge 11:32; 25:7; 35:28; 47:28; 50:26 De 34:7 Jos 24:29 Ps 90:10 - and saw. * Ge 50:23 Ps 128:6 Pr 17:6 VERSE 17 * Job 5:26 Ge 15:15; 25:8 De 6:2 Ps 91:16 Pr 3:16 GOTO NEXT BOOK - TREASURY OF SCRIPTURE KNOWLEDGE INDEX

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