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Can an Elder be a Younger? (Principles of Preaching for Young and Old Alike)

Job is being sorely troubled, and his dear friends are gathered about seeking to give him wise counsel. With compassion, they empathize as they sit together with him in the dust for days. 1,745 more words

Reformed Commentary on Job: Chapter 34

Elihu cuts to the very bone of Theodicy in Chapter 34, exposing man’s righteousness as filthy rags and exalting God for His righteousness, showing He is right in all His ways. 1,740 more words




And Elihu continued, and said:

“Behold, God is mighty, and does not despise any;
he is mighty in strength of understanding.
He does not keep the wicked alive, 557 more words

A Mediator


So these three men ceased to answer Job, because he was righteous in his own eyes.
Now Elihu had waited to speak to Job because they were older than he. 611 more words


Chapters Covered: Job 11:1 – 42:16

I decided that it was better to read the entire Book of Job and then write a reflection, than to read it in fragments. 593 more words

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Elihu: Don't worry

Elihu on suffering and God’s justice: Job 35–37

Elihu knew God would make sure that, eventually, judgment and justice would be upheld:

Job 36:16-17 God is leading you away from danger, Job,

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Reformed Commentary on Job: Chapter 33

In Chapter 33, Elihu gives us a picture into why God has ordained suffering. The topic of revelation, and how God uses it, is also addressed. 2,399 more words