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Job's Gospel - Article
Henry M. Morris III, D.Min. - ... not another; though my reins be consumed within me.” (Job 19:25-27) The main thought among Job’s friends concerning righteousness seems to be reciprocity. That is, if you are good, good things will happen to you. If you are bad,...
Questions About Creation - Article
Henry M. Morris, Ph.D. - ... of the earth? declare, if thou hast understanding” (Job 38:4). In Chapters 38-41 of Job is recorded a remarkable series of 77 questions about the creation—questions which God asked Job and his philosophizing friends, and which...
Yet Trouble Came - Article
Norman P. Spotts, D.D. - ... had I rest, neither was I quiet; yet trouble came" (Job 3:26). When Satan brought the first attack on Job, using the Sabeans to take away his oxen and asses, killing his servants (1:14-15), he feared that more trouble would come, and it...
Demonic Discouragement - Article
Henry M. Morris, Ph.D. - ... is in the dust, which are crushed before the moth?” (Job 4:18,19). This was the strange message delivered to Eliphaz, the first of the three friends who proved such “miserable comforters” to Job in his sufferings, by...
Why The Righteous Suffer - Article
Henry M. Morris, Ph.D. - ... I abhor myself, and repent in dust and ashes” (Job 42:5,6). God had said that Job was “a perfect and an upright man” and that there was “none like him in the earth” (Job 1:8). Yet Job suffered as few men have...
God's Behemoth - Article
Henry M. Morris III, D.Min. - ... now behemoth, which I made with thee.” (Job 40:15) As God responded to Job, He spent an unusual amount of time referring to animals Job would be familiar with—lions, goats, unicorns (probably the aurochs or wild ox),...
Complaints - Article
Norman P. Spotts, D.D. - “Then Job answered and said, Even today is my complaint bitter: my stroke is heavier than my groaning” (Job 23:1,2). In the Old Testament there are only three notables who used the word “complaint” when they spoke: Hannah,...
On Eschewing Evil - Article
Henry M. Morris, Ph.D. - ... from His thrice-repeated testimony concerning the patriarch Job, a man that “feared God and eschewed evil” (Job 1:1,8; 2:3), “a perfect and an upright man.” Job saw some bad days, of course, but there were far more good...
Health and Wealth - Article
Henry M. Morris III, D.Min. - ... small, yet thy latter end should greatly increase.” (Job 8:6-7) Bildad was reflecting the half truths and logic Satan used with Eve (2 Corinthians 11:3). When theology or philosophy differ from Scripture, the choice is either one or...
The Shadow Of Death - Article
Henry M. Morris, Ph.D. - ... upon it; let the blackness of the day terrify it” (Job 3:5). This doleful imprecation-uttered by Job after sitting for months in awful misery-was a key portion of the sad lament of the confused patriarch as he finally let go and...
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