Question: Dear Jeff, We use quite a bit of your material in our bulletin with links to your site. For your consideration: I found your article on Modest Apparel.  The context of Job 22:6 does not seem to support your contention that Job was disrobing the naked (as if humiliating the immodest person), but rather being accused…

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Question: During our midweek services the question was asked; “How long did Job suffer?” According to Job 2:13, it lasted for 7 days and 7 nights.  But then I read Job 7:3 and the implication is months. What are your thoughts? Answer: We don’t know. Job 7:3 says, “So I have been allotted months of…

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Question: Was Job a Gentile? Answer: The word Gentile means “belonging to a nation, tribe, or clan.” The Israelites used it to refer to people who were not Israelites, foreigners who belonged to other nations. Job is believed to be a contemporary of Abraham because of some of the references to the flood in the…

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Text: Job 1:6-12   I.         If someone asked you what the book of Job was about, how would you answer?             A.        Most of us would point out that it deals with the question of human suffering.                         1.         The book tells the story of a man who loses everything                         2.         He suffers greatly and wrestles with the apparent injustice of…

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