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Doug Van Meter - 21 August 2022

Redemptive Hope (Job 18:1–19:29)

Hope is a strange thing. It often seems to come and go—and then come again. In Bildad’s second speech, he accused Job of secret sin, which, if not confessed, would remove all hope. Job, in response, rose up and declared bold and confident hope amid his terrible ruin. It is a hope we do well to learn from. We will study these two chapters under the following broad outline: 1. Bildad’s Revenge (18:1–21) A. Bildad’s Rebuke: “Job, you are Arrogant” (vv. 1–4) B. Bildad’s Rhetoric: “Job, You are Wicked” (vv. 5–21) 2. Job’s Redeemer (19:1–29) A. Job Assaulted (vv. 1–12) B. Job Alienated (vv. 13–22) C. Job Avenged (vv. 23–29)

Scripture References: Job 19:1-29, Job 18:1-21

From Series: "Job Exposition"

A devotional exposition of the book of Job by Doug Van Meter.

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