Job – Chapter 23

Job chapter 23

Job knew if he could just get God’s attention he could make his case before Him. In Job’s examples of the wicked, he knew God could vindicate him, if He chose.

Verses 6, 7 – Job had a fear about a hearing before God. Now he felt his case for innocence would be established, and he would be acquitted of any wrongdoing.

Verse 10 – As dross is removed from gold, leaving a shiny surface, so it would be when God was finished dealing with him. Job would appear as a shinning example of righteousness.

Verses 13, 14 – Job acknowledged that God would finish what He had decided to do in testing Job.

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