Terms in this set (21)
second line reinforces the same thought of the first line using similar words
second line adds to (builds on) or completes the idea of the first line
second line is contrasted with the first line
one line illustrates the truth of the next (gives an example
At the beginning of Job, we learn that Job
was a righteous, upright man who had sheep, livestock, camels, and, most importantly, 7 sons and 7 daughters
Job loved his children so much that he
made sacrifices for them in case they had sinned
How did Satan end up in the throne room of God?
He presented himself with the angels (like a weed!)
Who brought up Job's name?
What did God ask Satan?
Where did you come from?
Satan told God
That he was roaming throughout the earth, going back and forth over it
God told Satan
That he could take everything Job had and he could harm him, but that he could not kill him.
Job's servants told him
That his children had died, and that he had lost everything.
Job's wife told him
To curse God and die
Job's friends first
Sat with him in silence and sympthy
Then Job's friends
Blamed Job for all that was happening to him
Job did not sin with his mouth, until
He became self-righteous
How does the book of Job end?
How does God respond to Job?
How did God respond to Job's friends?
What can you learn about God from the book of Job?
When was the book of Job written?
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