Job replies to Bildads second speech, Job thinks that God caused Job’s troubles

Chapter 19 Job replies to Bildads  second speech Job thinks that God caused Job’s troubles Bildads: v1 Job replied. He said: v2 You continue to upset me. Your words make me sad. v3 You have insulted me many times. You accuse me unfairly, but you are not ashamed. v4 I alone am responsible if I have done evil things. v5 You think that you are great. You accuse me because I suffer. v6 So, know this fact! God has caused my troubles. This is why I cannot escape from my problems. v7…

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Job replies to Zophars first speech

Chapter 12 Job replies to Zophar’s first speech Job says that his friends’ speeches were too simple v1 Job answered: v2 You think that you are the greatest people ever! You think that nobody else is wise! v3 But I am intelligent, too. I know the things that you know. In fact, everyone already knows the things that you have said. Chapter 12 In chapter 4, Eliphaz told a story about a spirit. And he explained that nobody is perfect. In chapter 8, Bildad preferred traditional ideas. He explained that…

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Zophars first speech

Chapter 11 Zophar’s first speech God is kind v1 Zophar, who belonged to the people called Naamathites, replied. He said: v2 I must answer Job’s many words. I cannot agree that his long speech was right. v3 Job, no man should be silent when he hears your foolish words. Someone must stop you when you laugh (at our words). v4 You claim that you are innocent. You claim that you are right. v5 But if God spoke, he would accuse you. v6 He would tell you the secrets of wisdom…

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God is very great

Chapter 9 Job replies to Bildad’s first speech God is very great v1 Job replied: v2 Bildad, I know that your words are correct. But man is weak, and God is strong. So I do not know how any man could be really good. v3 A man might want to argue with God. But the man could not answer when God accuses that man. v4 God is wise. And God is powerful. Nobody who opposes God can succeed. v5 God can suddenly move mountains. And God can destroy a mountain…

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Holy Bible. What is the Bible? How do we Know what it Says is True?

Holy Bible: To many in today’s world, the Bible is nothing more than a “history book” filled with half true facts and information. To others, the Bible is a fictitious book thrown together and updated throughout the years to give formation to Christian religiosity. The question is: “What is the Holy Bible really? And how do we know if it is factual or just a bunch of fictitious stories and information?” Simply put, the Bible is a book of stories, historical accounts, prophecies, words of wisdom, warnings and information that…

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