May 29th

Job 35-37

  • 35:1-16 – Elihu continues to argue with Job and correct him for saying that righteousness doesn’t earn a reward from God.
  • 36:1-33 – Though Elihu, for the most part sings praise to God for his greatness, he also calls himself “perfect in knowledge”, which seems to equate himself with at least the knowledge of God. This seems counter to the majority of his thoughts.
  • 37:1-24 – Elihu speaks of the majesty of God based on his workings in nature.

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