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Devotionals on Job - Today in the Word (Moody Bible Institute)
Devotionals on Job - G Campbell Morgan
Devotionals on Job - F B Meyer
Devotionals on Job - Our Daily Bread

 

JOB RESOURCES
Commentaries,
Sermons, Illustrations, Devotionals
Updated July, 2013

The Book of Job
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Job 1-3 Job 4-37 Job 38-42
PROLOGUE:
SITUATION
Prose
DIALOGUE:
SEARCH
Poetry
EPILOGUE:
SOLUTION
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Conflict Debate Repentance
Dilemma of Job Debate of Job Deliverance of Job
Disasters of Job Dialogues with Job Deliverance of Job
A Great Man
A Great Examination
A Great Discussion A Great Revelation
A Great Vindication
Controversy Between
Jehovah & Satan
(Satan & the Saint)
Controversy Between
Job & Three Friends
Cycle 1
Eliphaz & Job (4-7)
Bildad & Job (8-10)
Zophar & Job (11-14)

Cycle 2
Eliphaz & Job (15-17)
Bildad & Job (18-19)
Zophar & Job (20-21)

Cycle 3
Eliphaz & Job (22-24)
Bildad & Job (25-31)
Elihu & Job (32-37)

Communication Between
Jehovah & Job
Dialogue in Heaven Dialogue on Earth Dialogue Between Heaven & Earth
Job Tested & Despairing Job Counseled Job Approved
The Onset of Suffering The Reality of Suffering The Final Word from God
Challenge of Satan: 1-2
Complaint of Job: 3
Judgments
of Men
Voice
of God
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Heaven & Earth
Takes Place:
Land of Uz (North Arabia)
Takes Place:
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Patriarchal Period
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Author Unknown
The Problem of Pain
The Blessing Through Suffering

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Job's Secret for Survival in the Storms of Life - How Could Job Persevere and Hold Fast in the face of such extreme suffering and pain? The answer may lie in the fact that Job held fast to the Word of Truth which in turn anchored him when the winds of adversity blew and the waves of pain rolled over his body and soul. Job 23:12-note he declares "I have not departed from the command of His lips. I have treasured the words of His mouth more than my necessary food." Note what he has just said in context - In Job 23:8-9 clearly Job cannot perceive, see or behold God! And yet he is able to confidently declare "But (contrast with not being able to see Him) He knows the way I take (How did Job know this? Job 23:12-note!). When He has tried me, I shall come forth as gold." (Job 23:10-note). How could he be so confident that the testing and refining would remove the dross and bring his heart and soul forth as "pure gold"? There can be only one answer -- Job knew and believed in the character of God, especially His goodness to His children (cp 2Ti 1:12-note). And how did Job know? Because he had "eaten" and held fast to the living, active, eternal Word of Truth for soul nourishment ("soul food"!), placing a greater value on the powerful Word of Life than he placed even on his daily intake of food necessary for physical nourishment! Many millennia later Job's Redeemer (Job 19:25) declared the same truth that "Man does not live on bread alone but on every word which proceeds from the mouth of God!" (Mt 4:4, Lk 4:4; cp 1Pe 2:2-note, Heb 5:14-note) See In Depth Discussion of this Pivotal Passage Job 23:12
 

Irving Jensen in his modern classic lists the main purposes of the Book of Job as...

(1) To reveal Who God is.
(2) To show the kind of trust He wants His children to have. (E.g., trust God even though you cannot fully account for your circumstances. Cp 2Cor 4:17-
note, 2Cor 4:18-note) Approval by God means “tried and found true” (cf. Ro 16:10-note).
(3) To reveal His favor toward His children and His absolute control over Satan.
(4) To answer man’s questions about why a righteous person may suffer while an evil man may be healthy and prosperous. (Jensen, I. L. Jensen's survey of the Old Testament - recommended)
 

Was Job a real person? What "saith the LORD?" The Word of God answers through the prophet Ezekiel "even if these three men—Noah, Daniel and Job—were in it, they could save only themselves by their righteousness" (Ezekiel 14:14; see also Ezekiel 14:20). If you doubt Job's existence, you also have to doubt Noah & Daniel both of whom were described as real people by Jesus (Mt 24:15, Mt 24:37-38)
 

Theology of Job - Baker's Evangelical Dictionary of Biblical Theology

The Book of Job from Christ in All the Scriptures by A M Hodgkin

George Barton
Commentary on the Book of Job
The Bible for Home and School
1911

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Introduction Job 1 Job 2 Job 3
Job 4 Job 5 Job 6 Job 7
Job 8 Job 9 Job 10 Job 11
Job 12 Job 13 Job 14 Job 15
Job 16 Job 17 Job 18 Job 19
Job 20 Job 21 Job 22 Job 23
Job 24 Job 25 Job 26 Job 27
Job 28 Job 29 Job 30 Job 31
Job 32 Job 33 Job 34 Job 35
Job 36 Job 37 Job 38 Job 39
Job 40 Job 41 Job 42

Albert Barnes
Job Commentary
In Two Volumes - about 800 pages!

Spurgeon's Review: "Exceedingly good. One of the best of this author’s generally valuable productions. The student should purchase this work at once, as it is absolutely necessary to his library." (Commenting and commentaries lectures)

Introduction Job 1 Job 2 Job 3
Job 4 Job 5 Job 6 Job 7
Job 8 Job 9 Job 10 Job 11
Job 12 Job 13 Job 14 Job 15
Job 16 Job 17 Job 18 Job 19
Job 20 Job 21 Job 22 Job 23
Job 24 Job 25 Job 26 Job 27
Job 28 Job 29 Job 30 Job 31
Job 32 Job 33 Job 34 Job 35
Job 36 Job 37 Job 38 Job 39
Job 40 Job 41 Job 42

Rich Cathers
Job Sermon Notes
Some survey, some in depth
Calvary Chapel
Fullerton, California
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Job 1-3

Job 1 Why Trials?
How to Survive Trials- Part 1
How to Survive Trials - Part 2
Comforting Those in Trouble

Job 4-7

Job 8-10

Job 11-14

Job 15-17

Job 16

Job 18-21

Job 19:23-27

Job 22-24

Job 24:13-17

Job 25-28

Job 28

Job 29-31

Job 31 - Testing 1-2-3

Job 32-34

Job 33:14-30

Job 35-37

Job 37:1-5 

Job 38-40

Job 38

Job 41

Job 42

Adam Clarke
Job Commentary

Adam Clarke (1760-1832) was Methodist, Wesleyan, Arminian, (e.g., Clarke "suggested that although God can know all future events, he chooses not to know some events beforehand" Baker Encyclopedia of the Bible, page 808). He did not always interpret Scripture literally and so was amillennial (he interpreted Revelation as a Historicist) which led him to interpret the church as fulfilling many OT promises to Israel. Influential in development of doctrine of entire sanctification. Affirmed the authority and sufficiency of Scripture, but held a belief of "plenary dynamic inspiration" (idea of every thought inspired), thus falling short of "plenary verbal inspiration" (every single word inspired) (Bib. Sacra: Vol 125, p 163, 1968). In summary, a useful, respected commentary but as with all these resources you are advised to "Be a Berean!"

Thomas Constable
Commentary
Expository Notes on Job

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Ron Daniel
Sermon Notes on Job

Job 1

Job 2-5

Job 6-9

Job 10:1-13:16

Job 13:17-19:29

Job 20:1-27

Job 27:7-31:40

Job 32-37

Job 38:1-28

Job 38:29-40:5

Job 40:6-41:34

Job 42

A B Davidson
Cambridge Bible Commentary
Book of Job

Rosscup writes: "This is a detailed investigation of the text verse by verse and has much to offer."

Spurgeon adds "Strict grammatical treatment of Scripture is always commendable, and in this case the results are valued by advanced scholars."

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Samuel Driver
& George Gray
A Critical and Exegetical Commentary on
Book of Job
In Depth
Volume 2 - Philological Notes - Knowledge of Hebrew necessary

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John Dummelow
Commentary on the Holy Bible
The Book of Job
In Depth

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A C Gaebelein
Outline and Commentary on Job
The Annotated Bible

Contents & Intro
Divisions

 

I. The Introduction (Job 1:1-5)
Job 1:1-5 The Introduction


II. The Controversy Between Jehovah and Satan and the Results (Job 1:6-11)
Job 1:6-12 A Scene in Heaven, Jehovah's Challenge and Satan's Accusation
Job 1:13-19 Satan's Power Manifested
Job 1:20-22 Job's Great Grief and Great Victory
Job 2:1-6 Jehovah's Second Challenge and Satan's Answer
Job 2:7-8 Job Stricken
Job 2:9-10 Job's Wife

 

II. The Controversy Between Job and His Friends (Job 2:11-31:40)
Job 2:11-13 The Friends' Arrival
Job 3:1-9 Job Curses the Day of His Birth
Job 3:10-23 He Longs for Death
Job 3:24-26 The Reason Why

 

A) First Series of Controversies

The First Address of Eliphaz
Job 4:1-5 He Rebukes Job
Job 4:6-11 The Righteous Are Not Cast Off

Job 4:12-21 An Awe-inspiring Vision
Job 5:1-16 Experience and Exhortation
Job 5:17-27 Happy is the Man Who God Correcteth

 

Job's Answer
Job 6:1-7 His Despair Justified by the Greatness of His Suffering
Job 6:8-13 He Requests to be Cut Off
Job 6:14-30 He Reproacheth His Friends
Job 7:1-7 The Misery of Life
Job 7:8-21 Two Questions: Why Does God with Me Thus? What Does He not Pardon?

 

Bildad's Address
Job 8:1-7 How Long, Job?
Job 8:8-10 Enquire of the Former Age
Job 8:11-22 God's Dealing with the Wicked and the Righteous

 

Job Answers Bildad
Job 9:1-10 The Supremacy and Power of God
Job 9:11-21 How Then Can Job Meet Him?
Job 9:22-24 The Destroyeth the Perfect and the Wicked
Job 9:25-35 Confession of Weakness and the Need of a Daysman
Job 10:1-17 Murmuring Against God
Job 10:18-22 Welcoming Death

 

Zophar's First Address
Job 11:1-6 Job's Multitude of Words Rebuked
Job 11:7-12 The Greatness and Omniscience of God
Job 11:13-20 Job Repent and Receive the Blessings

 

Job Answers Zophar
Job 12:1-6 His Sarcasm
Job 12:7-25 He Describes God's Power
Job 13:1-13 He Denounces His Friends
Job 13:14-28 He Appeals to God
Job 14:1-6 The Brevity and Trouble of Life
Job 14:7-22 A Ray of Light through Hope of Immortality

 

B) The Second Series of Controversies (Job 15:1-21:34)

Eliphaz’s Second Address

Job 15:1-6 Tells Job that he is Self-condemned
Job 15:7-16 Charges him with pride
Job 15:17-35 The Wicked and their lot

 

Job’s Reply to Eliphaz
Job 16:1-5 Miserable comforters are ye all
Job 16:6-14 Oh God! Thou hast done it!

Job 16:15-22 Yet I look Thee!
Job 17:1-12 Trouble upon trouble; self-pity
Job 17:13-16 Where is now my hope?

 

Bildad’s Second Address
Job 18:1-4 New Reproaches
Job 18:5-21 Once again, the Wicked and what they deserve

 

Job’s Reply to Bildad
Job 19:1-6 How long will ye vex my soul?
Job 19:7-12 And I am not heard!
Job 19:13-24 Forsaken of men he pleads to be pitied.
Job 19:25-27 Faith Supreme
Job 19:28-29 The Warning

 

The Second Address of Zophar
Job 20:1-3 Zophar’s swift reply
Job 20:4-29 Another Description of the life and fate of the Wicked

 

Job's Reply
Job 21:1-6 Hear my solemn words—then mock on
Job 21:7-26 His Testimony concerning the Experiences of the Wicked
Job 21:27-34 Your answers are nothing but falsehoods

 

III. The Third Series of Controversies (Job 22:1-31:40)

The Third Address of Eliphaz
Job 22:1-6 Is Not Thy Wickedness Great?
Job 22:6-11 In What Job Had Sinned
Job 22:12-20 The Omniscience of God and the Ways of the Wicked
Job 22: 21-30 Eliphaz’s Exhortation and Promise

 

Job's Reply
Job 23:1-9 O that I knew where I may find Him
Job 23:10-17 Trusting yet Doubting
Job 24:1-12 Hath God failed?
Job 24:13-25 Job’s further testimony as to the Wicked

 

The Third Address of Bildad
Job 25:1-3 What God is
Job 25:4-6 What man is

 

Job's Reply
Job 26:1-4 A sarcastic beginning

Job 26:5-14 Job also knows and can speak of the Greatness of God

 

Job's Closing Words in Self-Vindication (Job 27:1-31:40)
Job 27:1-6 My Righteousness I hold Fast
Job 27:7-23 The Contrast between himself and the Wicked


Job 28:1-6 The treasures of the Earth

Job 28:7-22 The better treasures

Job 28:23-28 God knoweth the way and the true Wisdom

 

Job 29:1-10 His Past prosperity and honors

Job 29:11-25 The good works he did


Job 30:1-19 His Present Humiliation and Shame

Job 30:20-31 No answer from God; completely forsaken


Job 31:1-12 My Chastity and Righteousness
Job 31:13-23 My Philanthropy

Job 31:24-34 My Integrity and Hospitality
Job 31:35-40 Let God and Man disprove me

 

IV. The Testimony of Elihu (Job 32:1-37:24)
Job 32:1-5 Elihu introduced
Job 32:6-22 I waited, but now must speak
Job 33:1-7 His address to Job


Job 33:8-13 Elihu rebukes Job

Job 33:14-22 How God deals with man
Job 33:23-30 How God in Grace recovers

Job 33:31-33 Mark well Job, hearken unto me


Job 34:1-4 Hear my words ye wise Men
Job 34:5-30 The Refutation of Job’s accusation of God

Job 34:31-37 Job needs testing to the end


Job 35:1-8 Remember the Greatness of God
Job 35:9-16 Why God is silent and does not answer


Job 36:1-7 God’s care over the Godly

Job 36:8-18 The purposes of Affliction
Job 36:19-21 Job to consider this

 

Job 36:22-33 God’s Power and Presence in Nature

Job 37:1-5 The Thunderstorm
Job 37:6-16 The Snow and the Rain
Job 37:17-24 Elihu’s Concluding Remarks

 

V. The Lord's Testimony to Job and Controversy With Him
Job 38:1-3 The Lord speaks to Job
Job 38:4-38 The Questions of the Lord

 

Job 38:39-41 The Beasts of Prey


Job 39:1-18 The Wild Goats, the Ass, the Unicorn and the Ostrich
Job 39:19-30 The Horse, the Hawk and the Eagle


Job 40:1-2 The Answer Demanded
Job 40:3-5 Job’s Answer
Job 40:6-14 Jehovah’s Appeal to Job
Job 40:15-24 Behold Behemoth!


Job 41:1-11 Leviathan, the Untamable Beast of Power
Job 41:12-24 Its Description

Job 41:25-35 His Remarkable Strength

 

VI. The Confession of Job (Job 42:1-6)
Job 42:1-6 The Confession of Job

 

VII. The Epilogue -- Job's Restoration and Blessing (Job 42:7-17)
Job 42:7-9 Jehovah’s Message to Job’s Friends
Job 42:10-15 Job’s Restoration
Job 42:16-17 The Conclusion - Peace
 

Another Source of
Gaebelein's Commentary on Job
Introduction Job 1 Job 2 Job 3
Job 4 Job 6 Job 8 Job 9
Job 11 Job 12 Job 15 Job 16
Job 18 Job 19 Job 20 Job 21
Job 22 Job 23 Job 25 Job 26
Job 27 Job 28 Job 29 Job 30
Job 31 Job 32 Job 33 Job 34
Job 35 Job 36 Job 38 Job 40
Job 41 Job 42

Theodore Epp
Devotionals Related to Job
Backtothebible.org

Job 1:1-5 Qualities That Please God

Job 1:6-11 A Glimpse That Strengthens

Job 1:12-22 Victorious Faith Defeats Satan

Job 2:1-10 Questioning God's Love

Job 2:11-3:5 Needed: True Friends

Job 4:1-7 Counsel Based on Human Experience

Job 8:1-10 Counsel Based on Tradition

Job 11:1-7 Counsel Based on Logic Alone

Job 13:4-15 Confidence in God, Not Man

Job 31:6-8, 33-35 When the Heavens Seem As Brass

Job 32:1-12 Let God Be Justified2

Job 33:1-12 God is Greater Than Man

Job 38:1-11 When God Speaks

Job 40:1-5 Nothing More to Say

Job 42:1-6 Two Inseparable Truths

Job 42:7-17 Vindicated by God

Expositor's Bible Commentary
Book of Job

Job 1 Job 2 Job 3 Job 4
Job 5 Job 7 Job 8 Job 9
Job 11 Job 12 Job 13 Job 14
Job 15 Job 17 Job 18 Job 19
Job 20 Job 21 Job 22 Job 23
Job 25 Job 26 Job 28 Job 29
Job 32 Job 33 Job 34 Job 36
Job 37 Job 38 Job 40 Job 42

Gene Getz
Book of Job
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Suggestion: Before you watch the video, ask your Resident Teacher, the Holy Spirit (Ro 8:9, 1Cor 3:16, 6:19), to guide you (Jn 14:26, 16:13, 1Cor 2:11-13, 1Jn 2:20, 27) as you read the passages Dr Getz will discuss in the video. Make observations asking as many of the Who? What? Where? Why? When? How? questions as the text allows. Keep your questions simple. Remember as you carry out this spiritual exercise, in a sense, you are practicing the blessed discipline of Biblical Meditation. Record your observations in a notebook. Offer a sacrifice of praise to God (Heb 13:15) by praying some of the Scriptures you have studied. Memorize a favorite verse. THEN listen to Dr Getz and take notes comparing his Interpretation with your Interpretation.

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Job 1:1-2:10 Satan's Evil Nature
Job 2:11-13 The Art of Being Silent
Job 3:1-26 Asking "Why?"
Job 4:1-5:27 Subjective Reasoning
Job 6:1-7:21 Insensitive Communication
Job 8:1-22 Incorrect Perspectives
Job 9:1-10:7 Honesty with God
Job 10:8-22 When Life Begins
Job 11:1-20 Confronting with Humility
Job 12:1-13:6 Appropriate Self-Defense
Job 13:7-14:22 Discerning Depression
Job 15:1-19:29 An Eternal Perspective
Job 20:1-29 Showing Compassion
Job 21:1-34 The Mystery of Suffering
Job 22:1-24:25 Faith that Endures
Job 25:1-6 The Dignity of Man
Job 26:1-27:6 A Godly Conscience
Job 28:1-28 Meaning in Suffering
Job 29:1-30:31 Identifying with Christ's Suffering
Job 31:1-32:22 Sensitive Communication
Job 33:1-33 God's Protection
Job 34:1-37:24 Listening to Ourselves
Job 38:1-42:6 God's Provision for Forgiveness
Job 42:7-9 God's Amazing Grace
Job 42:10-17 Riches in Christ

Edward Gibson
Job Commentary
Westminster Commentaries
Well Done Exposition
1899

Intro
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Job 35
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Job 37
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Job 39
Job 40
Job 41
Job 42

John Gill
Job Commentary

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L M Grant
Comments on the
Book of Job

Introduction Job 1 Job 2 Job 3
Job 4 Job 5 Job 6 Job 7
Job 8 Job 9 Job 10 Job 11
Job 12 Job 13 Job 14 Job 15
Job 16 Job 17 Job 18 Job 19
Job 20 Job 21 Job 22 Job 23
Job 24 Job 25 Job 26 Job 27
Job 28 Job 29 Job 30 Job 31
Job 32 Job 33 Job 34 Job 35
Job 36 Job 37 Job 38 Job 39
Job 40 Job 41 Job 42

Joe Guglielmo
Survey or Overview Type Notes
Calvary Chapel of Manitowoc

Job 1-2
Job 3-6
Job 7-10
Job 11-14
Job 15-19
Job 20-24
Job 25-30
Job 31-33
Job 34-37
Job 38-42

Dave Guzik
Job Commentary
Conservative, Evangelical, Millennial Perspective

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Job 28
Job 29
Job 30
Job 31
Job 32
Job 33
Job 34
Job 35
Job 36
Job 37
Job 38
Job 39
Job 40
Job 41
Job 42

Robert Hawker
Job Commentary
Hawker's Poor Man's Commentary

Introduction Job 1 Job 2 Job 3
Job 4 Job 5 Job 6 Job 7
Job 8 Job 9 Job 10 Job 11
Job 12 Job 13 Job 14 Job 15
Job 16 Job 17 Job 18 Job 19
Job 20 Job 21 Job 22 Job 23
Job 24 Job 25 Job 26 Job 27
Job 28 Job 29 Job 30 Job 31
Job 32 Job 33 Job 34 Job 35
Job 36 Job 37 Job 38 Job 39
Job 40 Job 41 Job 42

F. B. Hole
Job Commentary

Introduction Job 1 Job 8 Job 15
Job 22 Job 38

 

Matthew Henry's
Job Commentary
(1706)

Introduction
Job   1
Job   2
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Job 10
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Keil and Delitzsch
Old Testament Commentary on Job

Spurgeon quotes another source: "Unquestionably the most valuable work on this inexhaustibly interesting Scripture that has reached us from Germany.”—Nonconformist.

Introduction Job 1 Job 2 Job 3
Job 4 Job 5 Job 6 Job 7
Job 8 Job 9 Job 10 Job 11
Job 12 Job 13 Job 14 Job 15
Job 16 Job 17 Job 18 Job 19
Job 20 Job 21 Job 22 Job 23
Job 24 Job 25 Job 26 Job 27
Job 28 Job 29 Job 30 Job 31
Job 32 Job 33 Job 34 Job 35
Job 36 Job 37 Job 38 Job 39
Job 40 Job 41 Job 42

Paul E Kretzmann
Popular Commentary
Book of Job
Lutheran Perspective

Introduction Job 1 Job 2 Job 3
Job 4 Job 5 Job 6 Job 7
Job 8 Job 9 Job 10 Job 11
Job 12 Job 13 Job 14 Job 15
Job 16 Job 17 Job 18 Job 19
Job 20 Job 21 Job 22 Job 23
Job 24 Job 25 Job 26 Job 27
Job 28 Job 29 Job 30 Job 31
Job 32 Job 33 Job 34 Job 35
Job 36 Job 37 Job 38 Job 39
Job 40 Job 41 Job 42

Stanley Leathes
Old Testament Commentary
For English Readers
Job
- Edited by C J Ellicott
1884

Introduction
Job   1
Job   2
Job   3
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Job   6
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Job 30
Job 31
Job 32
Job 33
Job 34
Job 35
Job 36
Job 37
Job 38
Job 39
Job 40
Job 41
Job 42

Alexander Maclaren
Sermons on Job

Job 1:21 Sorrow that Worships
Job 5:17-27 The Peaceable Fruits of Sorrows Rightly Borne
Job 8:14 Two Kinds of Hope
Job 14:14 Job's Question; Jesus' Answer
Job 22:21 Knowledge and Peace
Job 22:26-29 What Life May Be Made
Job 42:1-10 The End of the LORD  

F B Meyer
Devotionals
Most from Our Daily Homily
Two from Our Daily Word

Job   1
Job 1:1
Job   2
Job   3
Job   4
Job   5
Job   6
Job   7
Job   8
Job   9
Job 10
Job 11
Job 12
Job 13
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Job 24
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Job 26
Job 27
Job 28
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Job 30
Job 31
Job 32
Job 33
Job 34
Job 35
Job 36
Job 37
Job 38
Job 38:4
Job 39
Job 40
Job 41
Job 42

Henry Morris
Defender's Study Bible Notes
On Job

Introduction
Job   1
Job   2
Job   3
Job   4
Job   5
Job   6
Job   7
Job   8
Job   9
Job 10
Job 11
Job 12
Job 13
Job 14
Job 15
Job 16
Job 17
Job 18
Job 19
Job 20
Job 21
Job 22
Job 23
Job 24
Job 25
Job 26
Job 27
Job 28
Job 29
Job 30
Job 31
Job 32
Job 33
Job 34
Job 35
Job 36
Job 37
Job 38
Job 39
Job 40
Job 41
Job 42

Miscellaneous
Resources
on the Book of Job

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GENERAL RESOURCES
ON JOB

Job Articles, Dissertations and Books from ted.hildebrandt@gordon.edu.

Feinberg, Charles Lee.  "The Book of Job,Bibliotheca Sacra 91 (361)
          (Jan. 1934) 78-86.

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_________.  "Job and the Nation Israel First Study:  In the Hands of the

Enemy,Bibliotheca Sacra 96 (384) (Oct. 1939) 405-11.

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________. Job and the Nation of Israel:  Second Study:  At the Mercy of the

          Critics,”  Bibliotheca Sacra 97 (385) (Jan.-Mar. 1940) 27-33.

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_________. "Job and the Nation Israel:  third Study:  Face to Face with

          the Lord,"  Bibliotheca Sacra 97 (386) (Apr 1940) 211-16.

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_________. "The Poetic Structure of the Book of Job and the Ugaritic

          Literature," Bibliotheca Sacra 103 (411) (Jul., 1946) 283-92.

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Green, William H. “Book of Job,” Biblical Reparatory and Princeton

Review 29 (1857) 281-327.

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Harris, R. Laird.  "The Book of Job and Its Doctrine of God,Grace
          Theological Journal
13.3 (Fall 1972) 3-34.

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Newell, B. Lynne.  "Job:  Repentant or Rebellious?"  Westminster Theological
          Journal
46.2 (Fall, 1984) 298-316.

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Parsons, Gregory W.  "The Structure and Purpose of the Book of Job,"

          Bibliotheca Sacra 138 (550) (Apr. 1981) 139-57.

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________. "Literary Features of the Book of Job, Bibliotheca Sacra 138 (551)

          (July, 1981) 213-29.

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________.  "Guidelines for Understanding and Proclaiming the Book of

          Job,Bibliotheca Sacra 151 (604) (Oct. 1994) 393-413.

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Smick, Elmer.  "Another Look at the Mythological Elements in the Book

          of Job,"  Westminster Theological Journal 40.2 (Spring, 1978) 213-28.

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________. "Semeilogical Interpretation of the Book of Job," Westminster
          Theological Journal
48:1 (Spring 1986) 135-49-58.

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Smith, Gary, V.  "Is There a Place for Job's Wisdom in Old Testament

          Theology?"  Trinity Journal 13.1 (Spring 1992) 3-206?

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Sutherland, Robert.  Putting God on Trial: The Biblical Book of Job: A
          Literary, legal and philosophical study.
BE A BEREAN!
          Online at:
http://www.bookofjob.org/

 

Waters, Larry J. "Reflections on Suffering from the Book of Job,
          Bibliotheca Sacra
154 (616) (Oct. 1997) 436-51.

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________. "The Authenticity of the Elihu Speeches in Job 32-37,"
          Bibliotheca Sacra 156 (621) (Jan., 1999) 28-41.

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________. "Elihu's Theology and His View of Suffering,"
           Bibliotheca Sacra 156 (622) (Apr., 1999) 144-59.

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GENERAL RESOURCES
ON JOB

Defender's Study Bible - Excellent, conservative, literal study Bible notes from a leading Creationist. In the box labeled "Book" select "Whole Bible" - Enter book name and chapter and click enter or advanced search. Books that begin with a number (eg. 1, 2 Timothy, etc) must have a space between the number and name (e.g., "2 Timothy 1" retrieves study notes but "2Timothy 1" returns no study notes). Searches of first chapter of any book will retrieve Dr Morris' introductory comments on that book. E.g. Gal 1 retrieves introductory notes and several notes on specific verses but does not retrieve all notes on Gal 1 (only notes through verse 6) - if looking for notes on a specific verse enter chap/verse (e.g., enter Gal 1:7) to see if there is a note (not all verses have notes).

Henry Morris

ESV Study Bible - $15 for lifetime online access or free with print version.
ESV MacArthur Study Bible - $20 for lifetime online access

Comment: This online resource allows one to view both the MacArthur Study Bible Notes & ESV Study Bible Notes at the same time & both synchronize with the Scripture! Very nice tool but note that purchase is required. Includes online ESV audio version.

Crossway Publishing

Holman Christian Standard Bible-Study Bible (HCSB Study Bible) - Enter Scripture. Study notes synch with Scripture. Mouse over underlined words pops up the Greek or Hebrew word. Activate this feature by selecting the "Alpha & Omega" Icon on bar above the Scripture. The HCSB is a very well done, literal translation.
 

Hint: See right margin (Cross Reference) and select "Video Player Tool" for Life Essentials Study Bible videos by Dr Gene Getz - excellent

Holman Publishing
Why Suffering? - Audio Mp3 Alistair Begg

The Heaviest Afflictions On This Side of Hell

John Berridge

Illustrations on the Book of Job - General, Job 1-2, Job 13:1-15 - Trusting God in Trials, Job 38ff, Job 41:21, Heavyweights Job Clipart

Bible.org
Art Work related to Job Biblical Art

The Ideal of Submission - The Message of the Book of Job

Imanuel Christian
Job, Book Dictionary Articles

Introduction to the Book of Job (Identical to that found in MacArthur Study Bible)

John MacArthur

An Introduction to the Book of Job
An Argument of the Book of Job
Selected Bibliography of the Book of Job

David Malick
Job Intro (with discussion of parallelism) Middletown Bible
The Mystery of Suffering (1905) J R Miller
Job Overview
Job - The Problem of Pain - from "The Analyzed Bible"
Job - G Campbell Morgan's book on Job
G Campbell Morgan
Keys to Job William W. Orr

Job - Theology of Job in Baker's Evangelical Dictionary of Biblical Theology - Good Article

Greg W. Parsons
Job Overview Myer Pearlman

Providence: ALTERNATE LIGHT AND DARKNESS IN PROVIDENCE,
ILLUSTRATED IN THE CASE OF THE GREAT MAN OF UZ

William S Plumer
Job - Introduction Wil Pounds
Suffering Gives Opportunity To Trust God From  - Ten Reasons to Believe in a God Who Allows Suffering
When You Don't Know What To Say
Why Would A Good God Allow Suffering?
Knowing God Through Job - 33 page Pdf Booklet - nice overview
RBC Ministries

Job's Conversion or, God the Justifier

See Also: Living A New Life: OT Teaching About Conversion by William D Barrick

Charles Stanley
The Book of Job Juan Sanchez
Analysis of Job James Van Dine

COMMENTARIES AND SERMONS
ON JOB

The Divine Drama of Job - presents Job as a drama (1913).

Logos.com: Aked presents the book of Job as a drama, dividing the book into major themes and characters. He examines the literary aspects of the text, such as style and characterization. In an engaging and easy to read style, Aked helps the reader see this book of the Old Testament in a panoramic view, as well as understanding the key elements of Job.

Charles Aked
Job Notes - Q & A Format Don Anderson

The book of Job, a revised text and version (1922)

Logos.com: Ball examines the text and interpretation of the book of Job. He offers a new translation of a few of the speeches in this book, then some commentary on the entire text. He focuses on the philology and semantics of the Hebrew text, as well as providing valuable exegesis. Ball believes that the character and goodness of God in all situations is the key theme to this book. In order to understand this doctrine, Ball leads the reader on an exegetical and historical journey through this book of the Old Testament.

Charles J Ball

Lectures on the Book of Job (1887)

Logos.com: First delivered as a series of twelve lectures at Westminster Abbey in 1885 and 1886, bible scholar George Granville Bradley presents his study on the book of Job. He gives the historical, social, and Hebraic context for the book in the introduction, as well as a linguistic and poetical examination. Bradley also compares the book of Job with Psalms, Proverbs, Song of Solomon, and Ecclesiastes. He then provides an exegetical and detailed commentary on the story of Job. Included is a table of contents and outline of the book of Job.

Charles J Ball
The Book of Job translated from the Hebrew (1858)

Logos.com: This is a massive study on the book of Job, including exegetical and critical notes, a translation, maps, and illustrations. Bible scholar and pastor Carey also includes dissertations, an analytical paraphrase, and various readings of the Hebrew text. Featuring over 500 pages, this study will aid the general reader as well as the scholar for a comprehensive overview and examination of this key book of the Old Testament. Carey was a pastor in England in the nineteenth century. He was born in 1819. Educated at Elizabeth College in Oxford, he later became a curate of the Bishop of Windsor and then a pastor of St. John’s in Guernsey. He died in 1858.

C P Carey
Job and Solomon (1889)

Logos.com: Bible scholar Cheyne interprets the book of Job, as well as Ecclesiastes in this study. In the introduction, he addresses the question of how the Old Testament relates to Christianity as a whole, providing valuable context. Not only does he examine each chapter of the book of Job, he goes over various questions and common academic arguments. Readers will find this to be an informative, holistic approach to this important book of the Old Testament.

T K Cheyne
Job 1-3 (Job's Troubles) for Daily Bible Study
Job 4-31 (Job's Friends) for Daily Bible Study
Job 32-42 (Job's Conclusions) for Daily Bible Study
David Colburn
The book of Job : translated from the Hebrew with notes explanatory, illustrative, and critical (1869)

Logos.com: This is a holistic translation of the book of Job, including notes both critical and exegetical. Bible scholar J. N. Coleman includes many cross-references and indexes guaranteed to aid the reader with historical context and general comprehension. He spent years researching and comparing various translations and scholars and ancient literary traditions. The text is embedded with helpful and insightful commentary and interpretation.

J Noble Coleman
Job Commentary - Speaker's Bible Commentary F C Cook
Job Commentary - The Book of Job with Notes (1877)
Introduction
Job 1
Job 2
Job 10
Job 14
Job 19
Job 23
Henry Cowles

Commentary on the Book of Job (1885)

Logos.com: Taking over fourteen years to compose, A Commentary on the Book of Job provides a highly readable exposition of this book of the Old Testament. Bible scholar and pastor Samuel Cox wrote this commentary in hopes that it would aid the general reader not just now and then, but with every inquiry into the book of Job. He presents a holistic introduction to the book, covering such topics as literary style, historical context, and historical reception. Cox brings his reader into the academic conversation surrounding this book, making practical application throughout.

Samuel Cox
Satan’s Part in God’s Perfect Plan (50 allusions to Job) Bob Deffinbaugh

Lectures on the Book of Job (1856) - presented over 10 years at various churches

Spurgeon: "Discourses from fourteen single verses from different parts of the patient patriarch’s history. They are quite out of the run of Church of England preaching, and are full of thought and originality. They would have been all the better for a little gospel, for even if his text does not look that way, we do expect a Christian minister to have something to say about his Master."

Logos.com: These fourteen lectures on the life of Job were originally presented over the course of ten years in various churches and were collected in book form in 1856. Minister Alfred Evans brings the story of Job to life, drawing out application and careful exposition from this familiar book of the Old Testament for modern readers. Evans believes that Job was not merely a man of great suffering and great faith—he is a character with whom all of humanity can relate. He says, “Job is the brother of all the afflicted, and a son of God in all his afflictions.” This series of lectures will encourage and enlighten all who read them.

Alfred Bowen Evans
Commentary on the Book of Job (1882)

Logos.com: German Bible scholar Georg Ewald turns his attention to the book of Job in this commentary. He systematically goes over each section of Job as a drama, highlighting the contentions and resolutions throughout. In the introduction, Ewald gives context to the format, content, and style of the book as poem. He also examines the date and history of Job as well. Written in an academic yet readable style, this commentary will help all who seek to understand the complexities of this book of the Old Testament.

Georg H Ewald

Job 1:8 Lessons from the Life of Job
Job 1:19 Why Am I Here
Job 14:1-22 Five Big Questions
Job 14:1-22 Five Big Questions
Job 19:21 The hand of God hath touched me
Job 19:21 The hand of God hath touched me
Job 32:2 Our Rathers
Job 33:24 1Co 15:24 The History of Redemption
Job 33:24 The History of Redemption

Don Fortner
A new translation and exposition of the very ancient book of Job; with notes (1827)

Spurgeon: "Written in a devout, inquiring spirit, with due respect to learned writers, but not with a slavish following of their fancies. Fry’s work is somewhat of the same character as Good’s. We greatly esteem this exposition for its own sake, and also for the evangelical tone which pervades it."

Logos.com: John Fry, biblical scholar, believes that Job was a real person and that events described in the book of Job actually occurred. Fry discusses the authenticity, authorship, and historical context, before providing a commentary on the dialogues, theology, relationships, and questions of suffering presented in this book of the Old Testament.

John Fry

Job 1:9 - The Unselfishness of True Religion
Job 11:7 - The Deeps of God
Job 13:15  Trust Inextinguishable
Job 14:14 Life Beyond Death
Job 19:25-27 I Know that My Redeemer Liveth
Job 22:21  Acquaintance With God
Job 35:10  Songs in the Night
Job 38:22  The Treasuries of the Snow
Job 42:5-6 Hearsay and Experience

James Hastings
Great Texts of the Bible
Job F. B. Hole
Click Index for OT Sermon Series - Then Click Job for sermons on following

Job 1-2 Bad Things and Good People
Job 1:1-11 Do You Fear God for Nothing?
Job 1:13-22 Crawling Out of the Loss Hole
Job 3:11-26 Choosing Death
Job 3:20-26 Better Off Dead
Job 8:1-9 When Friends Fail
Job 14:13-17 There's Always Hope
Job 25:4-6 Worm Theology
Job 28:1-13 Digging Deeper (for Wisdom)
Job 31:1-13 If...
Job 32:1-2 Wisdom of Youth
Job 38:1-14 Out of the Whirlwind

David Holwick
The Book of Repentance H A Ironside
The Hope of the Hypocrite (Job 8:13, 13:16, 15:34, 20:5, 27:8) - Christian Hope John Angell James
Satanology (20 allusions to Job) J Hampton Keathley III
Commentary on the Book of Job Keil and Delitzsch
Eleven Lectures on the Book of Job (1879)
Notes on the book of Job.
Three lectures on the book of Job

Logos.com: In Notes on the Book of Job, William Kelly focuses on the character of God as presented in the story of Job—how to reconcile His righteousness with the suffering of the godly? How do we make sense of evil and still trust God? These are vital questions, and Kelly provides a commentary that seeks to answer them in spite of the difficulties they present. Following the clear outline in the book of Job, Kelly goes over each section in great detail, giving the reader a clear view on the context and comfort that this book of the Old Testament can give.

William Kelly
Job and His Friends
Spurgeon: "Exceedingly instructive. Most charming reading."

Job in Kitto's Pictorial Bible - notes and pictures on each chapter - well done

John Kitto
The book of the patriarch Job (1837)

Logos.com: Although categorized as a translation, scholar Samuel Lee’s work, The Book of Job contains so much more. Lee includes contextual background on the character of Job, history, times, as well as the origin of the writing itself. He also includes a commentary and cross-references throughout the translation, providing invaluable insight and information on this all-important book of the Old Testament. And with over 500 pages, the reader will receive a complete survey of the book of Job.

Samuel Lee
Sermons on Job (change chapter # to search by chapter) Logos.com
God's Loving Discipline John MacArthur
Job and His Friends. C. H. Mackintosh

Job Outline Notes

Job: A Man Stripped Bare

Thru the Bible Commentary - Job
Job - Zip file of Walk Thru Bible lectures
Job -103 Individual Tracks - Mp3

J Vernon McGee
Job Sermon Manuscripts and Mp3's (Reformed perspective) Monergism

Life Applications from Every Chapter of the Book of Job

G Campbell Morgan

The problem of suffering in the Old Testament (1904)

Logos.com: Peake believes that the character and love of God are enough to comfort us in times of trouble, even though suffering will always be mysterious and painful, and he uses the story of Job to illustrate this point.

A S Peake

The Book of Job (overview)

Author and Time of Writing

Purpose of Writing

Peculiarities

Overview of Contents

Arend Remmers
Job's Three Questions and Their Answers Henri Rossier
Job, a servant of God - Easy English Commentary Keith Simons
Job- Where is God When Bad Things Happen? John Stevenson
Job The Arrows of the Almighty - Recommended Lehman Strauss
The School of Suffering Joseph Tson
The Endurance of Job and the End of the Lord W. H. Westcott
Job and his times, or A picture of the patriarchal age during the period between Noah and ... (1839)

Logos.com: In this volume, scholar Wemyss focuses exclusively on the person of Job, using the time and history as a lens. Wemyss dismisses popular notions of Job, and goes straight to the text itself as well as historical documentation of patriarchal individuals. He goes into great detail on religion, art, science, and social norms of the time to give the reader a full context and idea of the probable character of Job. Wemyss also includes a new translation of the text.

Thomas Wemyss

SERMONS ON JOB
by Chapter/Verse

Remember to check the comments in the devotions on these pages:
Devotionals on Job - Today in the Word (Moody Bible Institute)
Devotionals on Job - G Campbell Morgan
Devotionals on Job - F B Meyer
Devotionals on Job - Our Daily Bread
Devotionals
Ask the Pastor Reconciling Habakkuk with Job Gregg Allen
Job - Fruit or Root? Some Thoughts Upon Job's "Ditch" F W Grant
Job - A sermon
Showers on the Grass: Chapter 7 - The Case Of Job
J. G. Bellet
Job - Discipline In the School of God J. B Stoney
Job's Trials and Mercies
Job's Trials and Mercies
William Plumer
Job - Satan John MacArthur

Job 1:9 - The Unselfishness of True Religion

James Hastings- Great Texts

Job 1:11 - The family of John Paton a missionary to the New Hebrides was threatened one night by natives (and they were cannibals!) who were determined to kill them. The Patons went to their Protector pleading in prayer and miraculously survived the night. When day broke they were surprised to see that the natives had withdrawn. A year later when Paton ask the now friendly chief why they did not eat him and his family that night, the chief explained that it was because of the band of armed men that surrounded the house! God's angelic host (cp Heb 1:14 Ps 91:11 and Ps 34:7 where Angel of the Lord is probably pre-incarnate Christ).

Satan's "Theology" -
a) IF Job is blessed by God, THEN he will be faithful.
OR
b) IF job is not blessed by God, THEN he will be unfaithful.

In essence, Satan accused God of bribing His followers!

Friend's "Theology" -
a) IF Job is faithful, THEN he will be blessed.
OR
b) IF Job is unfaithful, THEN he will be punished.

Preceptaustin

Job 1-37 Keeping Faith When Friends Fail You

Brian Bill
Job 1:1-5: A Father with Staying Power Brian Bill
Job 1-42 - Job's Enigma
Job 1: When Bad Things Happen To Good People
Job 1:6-10: The Sides Of The Hedge
David Legge
Job 1:13-2;13 Respond with Faith Explore the Bible
Job 1:1-12 The Invisible War
Job 1:6-22 My Duty While In My Valley
Alan Carr

Job 1:20
Remember that the real test of our worship is not how well we sing or how closely we listen on Sunday morning. The test is how we react when the world hits on Monday morning and begins to deprive our lives of the peace, security, and joy God gives to His own. When that happens we need to remember Job's example and that it is just as possible for us to worship on Monday as it is on Sunday!

Preceptaustin
Job 1:21 What Comes from the Hand of God Hudson Taylor
Job 1-2 The Pressure of Pain:   Bob Fromm

Job 1 Why We Can Worship God at the Time of the Death of Our Loved Ones

Bible.org

Job 2:7-13 The Results Of Life's Trials Alan Carr
Job 2:9-10 Foolish Talk Don Robinson

Job 2:10 Job's response reinforces a principle of spiritual warfare that we talked about earlier. Satan has only the influence in our lives that we allow him to have. He cannot force us to do anything. When we resist him, he must leave (James 4:7).

Job 2:13 Don't miss the powerful principle in this passage - Job’s friends’ silence could seem cold and heartless. After all, aren’t friends supposed to speak words of comfort? Well, not always. Sometimes there really isn’t anything that can be said. Sometimes the best thing we can do is to sit silently with those who suffer and allow ourselves to enter into their pain. Sometimes our silent presence is our best and most caring ministry.

Preceptaustin
Job 2:10 Good and Evil Alike From God Octavius Winslow
Job 3:1-14:22 Carefully Evaluate Explanations Explore the Bible
Job 3-19 I Know My Redeemer Lives:   Bob Fromm
Job 3:25-26 Dealing With Life's Worst Case Scenarios Alan Carr
Job 5:7 God Has Not Promised - Poem Annie Johnson Flint
Job 5:17 Evidences and Results of Sanctified Affliction John Angell James
Job 7:20  I Have Sinned -- What Shall I Do
Job 7:20 What Shall I Do with My Sins
W A Criswell
Job 9:32 Job's Umpire Wil Pounds
Job 9:32 A bubble, a shadow, a dream! Thomas Brooks

Job 11:7 - The Deeps of God

James Hastings-Great Texts
Job 11:7-8 What Can You Know? J C Ryle
Job 11:1-12:25 John MacArthur
Job 13:4 Physicians of No Value
Job 13:15 Trusting God
Don Robinson
Job 13:1-15 - Trusting God in Trials - A Poem Mary Kimbrough

Job 13:15  Trust Inextinguishable

James Hastings-Great Texts
Job 13:15 I Still Believe Alan Carr
Job 13:22 Where Are Your Sins? J C Ryle
Job 13:23 Job's Inquiry James Smith
Job 14:10 Where are the Dead?  Don Robinson
Job 14:13-15  When My Change Comes Alan Carr

Job 14:14 Life Beyond Death

James Hastings-Great Texts
Job 14:14  If A Man Die, Shall He Live Again W A Criswell
Job 14:14 Until My Change Comes
Job 14:14 The Mischief of Sin - The Last and Great Change!
Thomas Watson
Job 14:14 Is There Life After Death- Can We Be Sure- Ray Pritchard
Job 15:1-21:34 Acknowledge That Life Seems Unfair Explore the Bible
Job 17:3 Striking Hands - What does this Hebrew Idiom mean? On Site

Job 19:25-27 I Know that My Redeemer Liveth

James Hastings-Great Texts
Job 19:25-27  Realizing the Second Advent F W Robertson
Job 19:25-26 Job's Faith and Expectation John Newton
Job 19:25-27 Job's Creed or Confession of Faith John Gill
Job 19:25-27 What I Do Know, I Like Alan Carr
Job 19:25 Things That I Surely Know W A Criswell
Job 19:25 and Job 23:10 Revisited: An Exegetical Note David C Deuel
Job 19:23-27 Serenity in the Tempest J H Jowett
Job 21:34 True and False Consolation Gracegems
Job 22:1-28:28 Look to God for Wisdom Explore the Bible

Job 22:21  Acquaintance With God

James Hastings-Great Texts
Job 23:3 Job Groping Alexander Whyte
Job 23: Conviction Of Sin David Legge
Job 23 I Will Come Forth Like Gold: Bob Fromm
Job 23:3 Devotional J. C. Philpot
Job 23:10;   Job 23:11;   Job 23:12   This may be the "secret" of how Job was able to survive such an onslaught of affliction. On Site
Job 23:10 If God is Good, Why Do I Hurt Ray Pritchard
Job 23:10 Why Do the Righteous Suffer? Don Fortner
Job 23:10 Comfort for Christians (1952) - Tried by Fire A W Pink
Job 23:10 The Way Known John MacDuff
Job 24:13-15 The Voice of Job George MacDonald
Job 26: The Power Of God David Legge
Job 26: The Power Of God David Legge
Job 27:8-10 The Hope of the Hypocrite (1843) J C Philpot
Job 28:12-28 Wisdom and Understanding J H Jowett
Job 30:23 Human Nature in its Fourfold State - Death Thomas Boston
Job 31:1 A Covenant With My Eyes! - short exposition Devotional

Job 35:10  Songs in the Night

James Hastings-Great Texts
Job 35:10 Songs in the Night Season (1856) William Bacon Stevens
Job 38:1-15 Humbling Our Pride J H Jowett

Job 38:22  The Treasuries of the Snow

James Hastings-Great Texts
Job 42 God's Purpose in a Fallen World Charles Price
Job 42:1-17 I Want More Alan Carr
Job 42:10 Have You Come to "When" Yet? Oswald Chambers
Job 42:5 The Eye of Faith Arthur Pink

Job 42:5-6 Hearsay and Experience

James Hastings-Great Texts
Job 42:5-6: For They Shall See God
Job 42:1-6 I Had Heard Of You, But Now I See You
Steve Zeisler
Job 42:6 The Conversion of Job

See Also:
Living A New Life: OT Teaching About Conversion by William D Barrick

W A Criswell
Job 42 The Anatomy of Forgiveness: Bob Fromm

Job 42:5-6 Finding God's Comfort

1. Afflictions
2. Afflictions Sanctified
3. An Appeal to God
4. Confession and Restoration

J R Miller

G Campbell Morgan
The Book of Job

Job 1:1-5 Prologue: The Man Before the Process - His Character, Family, Wealth
Job 1:6-2:10 The Controversy Between Heaven and Hell
Job 2:11-Job 37 Controversy Between Job and His Friends

Job 4-5  The Controversy
Job 6-7 Job's Answer
Job 8 Bildad
Job 9, 10 Job's Answer
Job 11 Zophar

Job 12-14 Job's Answer
Job 15-21 The Second Cycle

Job 15 Eliphaz
Job 16, 17 Job's Answer
Job 18 Bildad
Job 19 Job's Answer
Job 20 Zophar

Job 21 Job's Answer
Job 22-31 The Third Cycle

Job 22 Eliphaz
Job 23-24 Job's Answer
Job 25 Bildad

Job 26 Job's Answer
Job 27-31 Job's Final Answer

Job 28 A Meditation in View of the Whole Problem
Job 29, 30 A Survey and a Dedication
Job 31 A Solemn Oath of Innocence

Job 32-37 The Last Voice
Job 33:8-35 Elihu Answers Job
Job 36, 37 Elihu's Philosophy
Job 38-42:6 Controversy Between Jehovah and Job

Job 38, 39 Jehovah: The First Unveiling
Job 40:6-41 Jehovah: The Second Unveiling
Job 42:1-6 Job's Answer

Job 42:7-17 Epilogue: The Man Beyond the Process

Robert Morgan
The Donelson Fellowship
Messages Include Many Illustrations

Job 1:1-2:7 I'm Under Attack
Job 1 & 42 I'm Worried About My Kids
Job 1:8 I'm Trying My Best

Job 1, 2, 13, 19 & 23 I'm Going to Trust God Anyway
Job 3 I'm Tired of Life
Job 3-42 I'm Tired of My Friends
Job 16 I'm Looking to Jesus
Job 38-42 I'm Nothing and He's Everything

Henry Morris
Study Notes on Job
Defender's Study Bible
Brief but Excellent Notes

Job 1
Job 2
Job 3
Job 4

Job 5

Job 6
Job 7
Job 8

Job 9
Job 10

Job 11
Job 12
Job 13
Job 14

Job 15

Job 16
Job 17
Job 18

Job 19
Job 20
Job 21

Job 22
Job 23
Job 24

Job 25

Job 26
Job 27
Job 28

Job 29
Job 30

Job 31
Job 32
Job 33
Job 34

Job 35

Job 36
Job 37
Job 38

Job 39
Job 40

Job 41
Job 42

Ord Morrow
The Puzzles of Job
Back to the Bible
Note: These are more general
and are not Verse by Verse

1 Why Do Christians Suffer? Job 7, et al

2 What is Man? Job 7

3 How Should Man Be Just With GOD? - Job 8

4 What is Justification?

5 Some Immediate Results Of Justification

6 If a Man Die Will He Live Again? Job 14, 19

7 Why Do the Wicked Prosper? Job 21:7

8. What Shall I Do When GOD Rises Up? Job 31:14

9. Where is Wisdom to Be Found? Job 28:12?

Robert Neighbor
Living Water Commentary

Job 1 Job 2 Job 3 Job 4
Job 19 Job 23 Job 32 Job 33
Job 34 Job 35 Job 36 Job 38
Job 42

Net Bible Notes
Book of Job

Comment:  These are more technical notes on the New English Translation, but often yield some very useful insights. The NET Bible is synchronized with the NET Notes, Constable's Commentary, relevant articles on the Bible.org website and 10 parallel translations. Here are some basic instructions on how to use the free online NETBible Notes - First click this link (you may want to open in a new window to follow the instructions - Hold you pointer over the link above and click your Right Mouse button to open menu - choose "Open in New Window"). First notice that at the top there a tab or box labeled "Matthew 1". Click the down arrow on the left side, select book and then the chapter of interest. The Scripture opens to that Book and Chapter and the NETBible Notes automatically synch with the Scripture. Note that instead of the NETBible notes you can select Constable's Notes which also automatically synch as you scroll down the NETBible Scriptures. Click on the Grk/Heb tab and hold your pointer over the Greek (or Hebrew) words to highlight the English word in the NETBible (or hold pointer over the English word to see the corresponding Greek/Hebrew word). The Articles tab also synchronizes with the NETBible and retrieves articles found at Bible.org that mention the NETBible verse you are studying (articles open in a new window). You can increase or decrease the font size by holding down your Control Key and scrolling your Mouse wheel up or down. Now double click on a word like "Abraham" in 1:2 and note that you have a choice to view one of several dictionary articles on Abraham. Notice also that when you click on Abraham, the Articles tab automatically looks up articles that contain the specific chapter/verse associated with the name you clicked (in this case the Articles tab synchs with Mt 1:2NET). The Names tab gives brief descriptions of names (persons and places) mentioned in the text (Interesting!)  Finally, click the "Parallel" tab to compare 10 different Bible translations! There is more but this should get you started!

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Our Daily Bread
Devotional Illustrations
Book of Job

RBC Ministries
Updated July, 2013

See also - More Devotionals on Job - Our Daily Bread

Job 1:8 Learn to Teach
Job 1:8-12 Fragile Existence
Job 1:9 Satan's Logic
Job 1:1-12 Just Asking a Question
Job 1:1-12 Wind And Worship
Job 1:1-22 O God Why?
Job 1:6-22 Why Good People Suffer
Job 1:13-22 When Trust is Tested
Job 1:13-22 Worst Possible Scenario!
Job 1:13-22 Drifting Away
Job 1:20 Wind and Worship
Job 1:21 Unfaltering Faith

Job 2 Because
Job 2:10 Lost At Sea
Job 2:10 An Age-Old Question
Job 2:10 Job's Principle

Job 2:13 The Greatest Gift
Job 2:13 Mandy Just Listened

Job 3:3 Beginning From The End
Job 3:25 Job's Birthday

Job 4:1-4 Encouraging Words
Job 4:4 Strength and Support
Job 5:7 Hitting the Rapids

Job 6:1-14 When We Don’t Know What To Say
Job 6:14 A Helping Hand

Job 7:6 Where Are We Going So Fast?
Job 7:11-21 Her Worst Day Ever
Job 9:10 Countless Wonders
Job 11:7 Divine Mystery
Job 12:1-10 God Must Love Me More
Job 12:7-13 The Variety of Creation
Job 13:1-15 Trusting In Trial
Job 13:5 Friends Listen
Job 13:5 Better Than Words
Job 13:13-28 Pressed Close to God
Job 14 The Triumph of Hope
Job 14 Suffering: How Do We Respond?
Job 14:1 Sizing Up Our Troubles
Job 14:14  A Mystery Solved

Job 16:1-5 Sharing The Pain
Job 16:12 Ground Squirrels

Job 20:12,14 About That Sandwich
Job 21:22 Informing God
Job 23 The Search For God
Job 23:3 Where Is He?
Job 23:10 From Complaining To Trusting
Job 23:10 Tested By Fire
Job 23:10 Blue-ribbon Christians
Job 23:10 The Pain That Perfects
Job 23:12 Are You Starving?
Job 23:12 The Book To Treasure
Job 23:8 God Was At Columbine
Job 23:8-17 Bring Out The Shine
Job 26:5-14 Hanging on Nothing
Job 28:12 Gold Rush
Job 29:12-13 Bring Them Joy
Job 29 Goodness and Grace
Job 31:1-4 A Covenant with My Eyes (Click for more)
Job 31:35 A Way Of Loving
Job 34:21 “That Ain’t It!”
Job 35:10 Midnight Melodies
Job 35:10 Singing At Night
Job 36:26-33 The Wonder of Nature
Job 37:14-19 Earthworms And Fruit
Job 38:1-7 Celebration Of Creation
Job 38:1-11, 31-33 Star Power
Job 38:1-15 Why Are We Here?

Job 38:4-18 From Mars?
Job 38:4-13 'Were You There?'
Job 38:4-18 I Invented It
Job 38:29 Dangerous Beauty
Job 40:2 Who Calls The Game?
Job 41:1-11 Giants Of The Deep
Job 41:21 Leviathan
Job 41:1-11 3-D Under The Sea
Job 41:21 Leviathan

Job 42 Praying Like Christ
Job 42:1-6 No Answers
Job 42:1-8 Judge Rightly
Job 42:1-17 No Explanation Required
Job 42:5 The Upside of Sorrow
Job 42:5-6 Goodness and Grace
Job 42:7 Misquote
Job 42:10-17 From Bleak to Beautiful

Joseph Parker
The People's Bible
Commentary
on Job

Introduction
Index
Job 1 Satan At Work
Job 1:5 The Assaults of Satan
Job 1:20, 21 The Trial of Job
Job 5 The Argument of Eliphaz
Job 5 The Argument of Eliphaz, Part II
Job 6-7 Job's Answer to Eliphaz
Job 8 First Speech of Bildad
Job 9,10 Job's Answer to Bildad
Job 9,10 Job's Answer to Bildad, Part II
Job 11 The First Speech of Zophar
Job 11 The First Speech of Zophar, Part II
Job 11 The First Speech of Zophar, Part III
Job 12-14 Job's Reply to His Three Friends
Job 12-14 Job's Reply to His Three Friends, Part II
Job 12-14 Job's Reply to His Three Friends, Part III
Job 12-14 Job's Reply to His Three Friends, Part IV
Job 12-14 Job's Reply to His Three Friends, Part V
Job 15 The Second Speech of Eliphaz
Job 16 Miserable Comforters
Job 17 Comforters and Flatterers
Job 18 The Second Speech of Bildad
Job 19 Job's Reply to the Second Speech of Bildad
Job 20 An Ancient Conception of Wickedness
Job 20 An Ancient Conception of Wickedness, Part II
Job 21:15 The Profitableness of Religion
Job 22 The Last Speech of Eliphaz
Job 22:21-30 Reconciliation and Results
Job 23 Job's Review of the Controversy
Job 23:3 Man Desiring God
Job 24 Moral Antiquity
Job 25-27 Quiet Resting-Places
Job 28 What Is Wisdom?

Job 29 Sunny Memories
Job 30 Changes of Fortune
Job 31 Job's Retrospect and Protest
Job 31:40 Ended Words
Job 32 The Speech of Elihu
Job 32 The Speech of Elihu, II
Job 32, 34 The Speech of Elihu, III
Job 35-37 The Speech of Elihu IV
Job 37:23, 24 The Known and the Unknown
Job 38-41 The Theophany
Job 38-41 The Theophany I
Job 38-41 The Theophany II
Job 38-41 The Theophany As a Whole
Job 42:1-6 After the Storm

Job 42:7-17 The Exaltation and Death of Job

 

HANDFULS OF PURPOSE
FOR ALL GLEANERS

Job 1:5 Thus Did Job Continually
Job 1:14 And There Came a Messenger to Job
Job 2:13 None Spake a Word to Him
Job 4:5 It Toucheth Thee, and Thou Art Troubled

Job 4:12 Now a Thing was Secretly Brought to Me
Job 5:3 I have seen the foolish take root

Job 5:13 He taketh the wise in their own craftiness
Job 5:26 Thou shalt come to thy grave in full age
Job 6:7 The things that my soul refused to touch are as my sorrowful meat
Job 6:24 Cause me to understand wherein I have erred

Job 7:11 I will speak in the anguish of my spirit
Job 7:16 Let me alone

Job 8:7 Though thy beginning was small, yet thy latter end should greatly increase

Job 9:20 If I justify myself, mine own mouth shall condemn me

Job 10:8 Thine hands have made me and fashioned me...
Job 10:15 I am full of confusion
Job 11:8 It is as high as heaven
Job 12:3I I am not inferior to you
Job 12:10 The soul of every living thing

Job 12:17 He maketh the judges fools
Job 12:25 He maketh them stagger like a drunken man
Job 12:26 Thou maketh me to possess the iniquities of my youth
Job 14:1 Full of trouble

Job 14:4 Who can bring a clean thing out of an unclean? No one."

Job 15:7 Art thou the first man that was born?

Job 16:2 I have heard many such things
Job 16:11 God hath delivered me to the ungodly...
Job 16:22 When a few years are come.
Job 17:7 Mine eye also is dim by reason of sorrow and all my members are as a shadow
Job 19:14 My familiar friends have forgotten me.
Job 19:28 Why persecute we him, seeing the root of the matter is found in me?
Job 25:4 How can he be clean that is born of a woman?
Job 27:10 Will he always call upon God?
Job 29:15 I was eyes to the blind.
Job 30:25, 26 Did not I weep for him that was in trouble?...
Job 33:23 ...an interpreter, one among a thousand
Job 34:4 Let us know among ourselves what is good.
Job 34:18 Is it fit to say to a king thou art wicked? and to princes, ye are ungodly?
Index

John Piper
Sermons on Job
Desiringgod.org

Job 1:1-2:10 Job: Reverent in Suffering
Job 1:1-2:10 Job: Wrestling with Suffering
Job 31:13-15 God At Work in Every Womb
Job 32-37 Job: Rebuked in Suffering
Job 32:7-11 Let the Young Speak
Job 38-42:6 Job: The Revelation of God in Suffering
Job 42:7-17 Job: Reversal in Suffering

Desiring God Fall, 2008 Conference - Recommended (Transcripts listed below but I also recommend listening to the Audio)

Job- When the Righteous Suffer, Part 1

Job- When the Righteous Suffer, Part 2

Job- When the Righteous Suffer, Q & A

Matthew Poole
Commentary
on Job
Poole's English Annotations on the Holy Bible

Introduction Job 1 Job 2 Job 3
Job 4 Job 5 Job 6 Job 7
Job 8 Job 9 Job 10 Job 11
Job 12 Job 13 Job 14 Job 15
Job 16 Job 17 Job 18 Job 19
Job 20 Job 21 Job 22 Job 23
Job 24 Job 25 Job 26 Job 27
Job 28 Job 29 Job 30 Job 31
Job 32 Job 33 Job 34 Job 35
Job 36 Job 37 Job 38 Job 39
Job 40 Job 41 Job 42

Preacher's Homiletical Commentary
The Book of Job
Exposition, Homiletics and Illustrations
343 Page Resource Worth Checking
Introduction

Job 1:1-3
Job 1:4-5
Job 1:6-12
Job 1:13-19
Job 1:20-22
Job 2:1-6
Job 2:7-10
Job 2:11-13
Job 3
Job 4

Job 5

Job 6
Job 7
Job 8

Job 9
Job 10

Job 11
Job 12
Job 13
Job 14

Job 15

Job 16
Job 17
Job 18

Job 19
Job 20
Job 21

Job 22
Job 23
Job 24

Job 25

Job 26

Job 27
Job 28

Job 29
Job 30

Job 31
Job 32
Job 33
Job 34

Job 35

Job 36
Job 37
Job 38

Job 39
Job 40

Job 41
Job 42

Pulpit Commentary
Exposition of the Book of Job
Scroll Down Page for Homilies

Introduction Job 1 Job 2 Job 3
Job 4 Job 5 Job 6 Job 7
Job 8 Job 9 Job 10 Job 11
Job 12 Job 13 Job 14 Job 15
Job 16 Job 17 Job 18 Job 19
Job 20 Job 21 Job 22 Job 23
Job 24 Job 25 Job 26 Job 27
Job 28 Job 29 Job 30 Job 31
Job 32 Job 33 Job 34 Job 35
Job 36 Job 37 Job 38 Job 39
Job 40 Job 41 Job 42

Sermon Bible Commentary
Book of Job

Job 1 Job 2 Job 3 Job 4
Job 5 Job 7 Job 8 Job 9
Job 11 Job 12 Job 13 Job 14
Job 15 Job 17 Job 18 Job 19
Job 20 Job 21 Job 22 Job 23
Job 25 Job 26 Job 28 Job 29
Job 32 Job 33 Job 34 Job 36
Job 37 Job 38 Job 40 Job 42

Charles Simeon
Sermons on the Book of Job
Horae Homileticae
Recommended

Job 1:5 Job's Anxiety for His Children

Job 1:20, 21 Trials and Resignation of Job

Job 2:11-13 Friendly Sympathy Illustrated
Job 3:1 Job Curses the Day of His Birth
Job 4:12-19 Eliphaz Reproves Job
Job 5:19-27 The Security of God's People
Job 7:1 Man's Time on Earth Fixed

Job 8:8-10 Bildad Warns Job of the Danger of Hypocrisy
Job 9:2-4 The Folly of Self-Righteousness and Presumption
Job 9:20,21 The Evil of a Self-Justifying Spirit

Job 10:1 Impatience Reproved

Job 10:7 Conscious Integrity
Job 11:7-12 The Incomprehensibility of God
Job 12:5 A Want of Sympathy

Job 14:10 Death
Job 14:14 The Change that Takes Place at Death
Job 15:31 The Folly of Trusting in Vanity

Job 16:9 Job's Conscious Integrity

Job 17:9 Dark Dispensations Overruled for the Establishment of the Saints
Job 19:25-27 Christ A Living Redeemer

Job 20:4-7 Against Hypocrisy
Job 21:14, 15 Conduct of Sinners Towards God

Job 22:21 Acquaintance With God
Job 23:10 The Upright Person's Comfort Under Afflictions
Job 23:12 Job's Love of the Word of God

Job 24:13 Rebelling Against the Light
Job 27:6 Self-Reproach
Job 29:2 Spiritual Declension Considered
Job 29:11-16 Job's Character

Job 30:23 The Certainty of Death
Job 30:25 Job's Compassion for the Poor

Job 31:14 The Importance of Preparing for our Great Account
Job 31:24, 25, 28 Spiritual Idolatry
Job 33:23, 24 The Benefit of Visiting the Sick

Job 33:27, 28 Nature and Efficacy of Repentance

Job 34:29 The Importance of Being in Favour With God
Job 35:10 The Impiety and Folly of Mankind
Job 35:14 The Source and Remedy of Desponding Fears

Job 36:13 Hypocrisy Exposed
Job 40:2 Sin of Reproving God

Job 40:4 True Humiliation
Job 42:5-6 The Effect Which A Sight of God Produces
Job 42:10 Job's Restoration to Health and Prosperity

Chuck Smith
Sermon Notes on Job

Job 1:20 Blessed be the Name of Jehovah

Job 1-21,22

Job 9:1, 2, 32, 33 God and Man
Job 9:2, 5-11, 23, 33 Needed, A Daysman

Job 9:2, 32, 33 Our Daysman

Job 9:32 The Daysman

Job 9:32, 33 The Need of a Daysman

Job 9:33

Job 11:7-9 The Search for God
Job 14:14 - If a Man Die Shall He Live?

Job 14:14 Is There Life After Death?

Job 23:3 Where to Find God
Job 23:3 Where to Find God - 2
Job 23:3 The Quest of God
Job 23:3 The Search for God

Job 23:3 The Quest for God - 2

Job 23:3 The Search for God - 2
Job 23:12 The Value of God's Word

Job 40:3 What Are You Worth?

Job 40:4 The Discovery of Self

Job 42:1-6 The Discovery of God

Job 42:5 The Discovery of God - 2

Job 42:5 The Discovery of God - 3

Job 42:5 An Encounter with God

 

Through the Bible (C2000 Series)

Job 1-4

Job 11-20

Job 5-10

Job 21-30

Job 31-37

Job 38-42

C. H. Spurgeon
Sermons
All of Spurgeon's Sermons on Job
Including His Sermon Notes

Job 1:4, 5 A Merry Christmas
Job 1:6 Satan Among the Saints - Sermon Notes
Job 1:8 Satan Considering the Saints

Job 1:20-22 Job's Resignation

Job 1:21 Fifteen Years Later

Job 1:22 Patient Job, and the Baffled Enemy

Job 3:23 The Sorrowful Man's Question
Job 3:23 The Sorrowful Man's Question - Sermon Notes

Job 5:26 The Death of the Christian
Job 5:27 So It Is

Job 6:6 Cure for Unsavory Meats; or, Salt for the White of an Egg

Job 6:10 Concealing the Words of God

Job 7:1 The Hand of God in the History of Man

Job 7:12 Am I a Sea, or a Whale?

Job 7:20 A Blow at Self-Righteousness
Job 7:20. The Sinner's Surrender to His Preserver - Sermon Notes

Job 7:21 Why Some Sinners Are Not Pardoned

Job 8:7 The Beginning, Increase, and End of the Divine Life

Job 8:11 A Sermon from a Rush

Job 9:20 A Blow at Self-Righteousness

Job 9:20 False Justification and True
Job 9:30,31 Cleansing—Wrong or Right?

Job 9:30-31 Washed to Greater Foulness
Job 9:30,31 The Great Arbitration Case

Job 10:2 The Sweet Uses of Adversity

Job 10:12 Three Blessings of the Heavenly Charter
Job 10:12,13 A Song and a Solace

Job 11:16 Comfort from the Future

Job 12:9,10 Everywhere and Yet Forgotten

Job 13:15 Faith Tried and Triumphing
Job 13:15 Faith's Ultimatum

Job 13:22 Where Are Your Sins?
Job 13:22 How to Converse with God

Job 13:23 Struggles of Conscience

Job 13:25 A Frail Leaf

Job 14:4 Out of Nothing Comes Nothing
Job 14:4 Out of Nothing Comes Nothing - Sermon Notes

Job 14:14 A Voice from the Hartley Coal Mine

Job 14:14 Our Life, Our Work, Our Change
Job 15:4 Restraining Prayer

Job 15:11 Concerning the Consolations of God

Job 16:20 Man's Scorn and God's Succour

Job 16:22 Our Last Journey

Job 17:1 Ready, Ay, Ready!

Job 17:9 The Final Perseverance of the Saints

Job 17:9 The Righteous Holding on His Way

Job 18:12 The Hunger-Bite

Job 19:25 Job's Sure Knowledge - Sermon Notes

Job 19:25 Job's Sure Knowledge

Job 19:25-27 I Know that My Redeemer Lives

Job 19:28 The Root of the Matter

Job 21:29-31 Not Now, But Hereafter

Job 22:15-17 The Old Way of the Wicked
Job 22:26 Delight in the Almighty

Job 22:29 A Message to the Glad and the Sad

Job 23:3 Jesus Desired

Job 23:3 Longing to Find God

Job 23:3 Anxious Enquirer

Job 23:3-4 Order and Arguments in Prayer

Job 23:6 The Question of Fear and the Answer of Faith

Job 23:8-10 Believers Tested by Trials

Job 23:10 Whither Goest Thou

Job 23:11-12 Fair Portrait of a Saint

Job 23:13 The Infallibility of God's Purpose

Job 24:13 Rebelling Against the Light - Sermon Notes

Job 27:2 A Vexed Soul Comforted

Job 27:10 The Touchstone of Godly Sincerity

Job 27:10 The Hypocrite Discovered- Sermon Notes

Job 27:10 Hypocrites Deficient in the Duty of Prayer

Job 28:7-8 Way of Wisdom

Job 29:2 Comfort for the Desponding

Job 29:2-4 Job's Regret and Our Own

Job 29:20 Freshness

Job 30:23 Concerning Death

Job 30:25 Christian Sympathy

Job 32:7 The Voices of Our Days

Job 33:14-18 A Hard Case
Job 33:23,24 Footsteps of Mercy

Job 33:24 Deliverance from the Pit
Job 33:29,30 An Old-Fashioned Conversion

Job 34:29 God-All in All

Job 34:31-32 For the Sick and Afflicted

Job 34:33 Pride Catechized

Job 34:33 Pride Catechized - Sermon Notes

Job 34:33 Conceit Rebuked

Job 34:33 Conceit Rebuked - Sermon Notes

Job 35:10 Songs in the Night

Job 35:10-11 Questions which Ought to be Asked

Job 36:2 God's Advocates Breaking Silence

Job 36:2 Speaking on God's Behalf

Job 36:5 The Magnanimity of God
Job 37:7 The Sealed Hand—A Winter Sermon

Job 38:17 The Doors of the Shadow of Death

Job 38:25-27 Rain and Grace--A Parallel

Job 38:25-27 Rain and Grace: A Comparison - Sermon Notes

Job 38:17 The Pleiades and Orion

Job 40:3-4 Indwelling Sin

Job 42:5,6 Job Among the Ashes

Job 42:10 Intercessory Prayer
Job 42:10 The Turning of Job's Captivity

C H Spurgeon
Devotionals on Job
Morning and Evening
Faith's Checkbook

Job 1:5
Job 1:9
Job 5:19
Job 7:12
Job 8:11
Job 10:2
Job 13:23
Job 14:1

Job 14:14
Job 19:25

Job 19:26

Job 22:21
Job 22:23
Job 23:3
Job 28
Job 29:2

Job 33:27
Job 35:10
Job 36:2
Job 38:16

Job 38:31
Job 40:4

C H Spurgeon
Expostions on Job

Job 1 Job 7 Job 11 Job 19
Job 23 Job 24 Job 27 Job 33
Job 34

Ray Stedman
Let God Be God - Studies in Job
Peninsula Bible Church
Click here for Mp3 and Pdf formats

Job - The Hardest Question

Job 1 The Test

Job 2 The Pressure Of Pain

Job 3-7 Is It Better To Die?

Job 8-14 The Folly Of Platitudes

Job 13-19 Help From On High
Job 19:13-17 Boils At Christmas

Job 20-26 Why Doesn't God Intervene?

Job 27-31 The Wrong Of Self-Defense

Job 32-33 Youth Answers Age

Job 34-37 Your God Is Too Small

Job 38-39 The God Of Nature

Job 40-41 The Nature Of God

Job 42 The New Beginning
Job 42:5-10 Prayer's Relationships

Job - Lessons From Job

Job 42 Christmas At Uz

 

Some Duplication of Links on Left

Job 1

Job 2

Job 3

Job 4

Job 6

Job 8

Job 9

Job 11

Job 13

Job 15

Job 16

Job 18

Job 19

Job 20

Job 22

Job 25

Job 27

Job 29

Job 32

Job 34

Job 36

Job 38

Job 40
Job 42

Joe Temple
Sermons in Job

Job 1-3 - In The Sieve Of Satan

Job 4 - Commit Suffering To The Lord

Job 5-11 Our Attitude Toward Trouble

Job 11-14 Remaining Faithful Through Trials

Job 15-17 Longing For Assurance

Job 18-21 Hope Lies In The Redeemer

Job 22-26 Exercising The Faith

Job 27-31 Righteousness Through Christ

Job 32-36 Lessons To Be Learned From Trials

Job 38-42 God Blesses Job

Derek Thomas
Studies in Job

Job 1:1-22 When the Storm

Job 2:1-10 It Never Rains But It Pours

Job 3 1-26 Where is God When Life Hurts

Job 4 - 7 When Counseling Doesn't Help

Job 8-9 If Only There Were Someone to Arbitrate

Job 16 - 19 My Redeemer Lives

Job 28 Where Can Wisdom be Found?

Job 32 - 37 Enter Elihu - Help at Last

Job 38 -39 When God Speaks in Our Anguish

Job 40 -41 Behemoth and Leviathan

Job 42 Hope Returns

Geoff Thomas
Sermons on Job

Job 1:1 The Book of Job: 1. An Introduction
Job 1:1 The Book of Job: 2. A Survey
Job 1:1-23 Job's God is a Sovereign God

Today in the Word
Devotionals on the Book of Job
Moody Bible Institute

Click for devotionals on Every Chapter of Job

John Trapp
Book of Job

Job 1 Job 2 Job 3 Job 4
Job 5 Job 6 Job 7 Job 8
Job 9 Job 10 Job 11 Job 12
Job 13 Job 14 Job 15 Job 16
Job 17 Job 18 Job 19 Job 20
Job 21 Job 22 Job 23 Job 24
Job 25 Job 26 Job 27 Job 28
Job 29 Job 30 Job 31 Job 32
Job 33 Job 34 Job 35 Job 36
Job 37 Job 38 Job 39 Job 40
Job 41 Job 42

Robert Watson
Book of Job
Exposition of the Bible Commentary Series
Editor: Marcus Dods

Introduction
Job 1:1-51
Job 1:6-12
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Otto Zockler
Book of Job
Lange's Commentary Series

Spurgeon's review: "Contains a large collection of available material and if within a minister's means, should be a foundation book in his library. We are far from endorsing all Zockler's remarks, but the volume is an important one." (Commenting and commentaries)

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