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Job 1

Titles for Pericopes/Passages in Job:


I. The Prologue (1:1-2:13)

Job's Good Life
Satan's Accusation of Job
Job's Integrity in Adversity
Satan's Additional Charge
Job's Integrity in Suffering
The Visit of Job's Friends

II. Job's Dialogue With His Friends
(3:1-27:33)

Job Regrets His Birth
Job Wishes He Had Died at Birth
Longing for Death
Eliphaz Begins to Speak
Ungodly Complainers Provoke God's Wrath
Blessings for the One Who Seeks God
Job Replies to Eliphaz
Complaints Reflect Suffering
A Cry for Death
Disappointing Friends
Friends' Fears
No Sin Discovered
Other Explanation
The Brevity of Life
Job Remonstrates with God
Insignificance of Humans
Bildad's First Speech to Job
Job's Reply to Bildad
The Impossibility of Facing God in Court
Accusation of God's Justice
Renewed Complaint
An Appeal for Revelation
Motivations of God
Contradictions in God's Dealings
An Appeal for Relief
Zophar's First Speech to Job
Job's Reply to Zophar
Knowledge of God's Wisdom
Job Pleads His Cause to God
The Brevity of Life
The Inevitability of Death
The Possibility of Another Life
The Present Condition
Eliphaz's Second Speech
Job's Reply to Eliphaz
Abandonment by God and Man
An Appeal to God as Witness
Anticipation of Death
Bildad's Second Speech
Job's Reply to Bildad
Job's Abandonment and Affliction
Job's Forsaken State
Job's Assurance of Vindication
Zophar's Second Speech
Job's Reply to Zophar
The Wicked Prosper
How Often Do the Wicked Suffer?
Death Levels Everything
Futile Words, Deceptive Answers
Eliphaz's Third Speech
Job's Reply to Eliphaz
The Inaccessibility and Power of God
The Apparent Indifference of God
Bildad's Third Speech
Job's Reply to Bildad
A Better Description of God's Greatness
A Protest of Innocence
The Condition of the Wicked

III. Job's Search for Wisdom (28:1-28)

No Known Road to Wisdom
No Price Can Buy Wisdom
God Alone Has Wisdom

IV. Job's Concluding Soliloquy (29:1-31:40)

Job Recalls His Former Condition
Job's Benevolence
Job's Confidence
Job's Reputation
Job's Present Misery
Job's Indignities
Job's Despondency
The Contrast With the Past
Job Vindicates Himself
Job's Appeal
Job's Final Solemn Oath

V. The Speeches of Elihu (32:1-37:24)

Elihu's First Speech
Elihu Claims Wisdom
Job's Friends Failed to Answer
Elihu Invites Job's Attention
Elihu Rejects Job's Plea of Innocence
Elihu Disagrees With Job's View of God
Elihu's Appeal to Job
Elihu's Second Speech
God is Not Unjust
God Is Impartial and Omniscient
Job Is Foolish to Rebel
Elihu's Third Speech
Elihu's Fourth Speech
The Work and Wisdom of God

VI. The Divine Speeches (38:1-42:6)

The Lord's First Speech
God's questions to Job
Job's Reply to God's Challenge
The Lord's Second Speech
The Description of Behemoth
The Description of Leviathan
Job's Confession

VII. The Epilogue (42:7-17)



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