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The Defense Rests It's Case

August 16, 2015 Series: Job: making sense of life at the foot of the cross

Scripture: Job 29:1–31:40

Throughout the book of Job remember the character of Job, the trials of Job and the glory of God.

Three Cycles of Dialogue:
     #1 - Chapters 4-14
     #2 - Chapters 15-21
     #3 - Chapters 22-31

Job's Closing Statements

I. Job reviews his past blessings (chapter 29)
     A. The joy of God's grace (2-6)
     B. The respectful honor of others (7-11)
     C. The blessing of serving others (12-17)
     D. The hopeful prospect of (18-20)
     E. The grace of encouragement (21-25)
II. Job laments his present bereavements (chapter 30)
     A. Disrespect & Insecurity (1-15)
     B. Pain & Hopelessness (16-23)
     C. Ingratitude (24-25) where are all the ones that I helped.
     D. Disappointment (26-28)
     E. Isolation (29-31)
III. Job appeals his blamelessness (chapter 31)
     A. Job's character (1-15)
     B. Job's compassion (16-23)
     C. Job's consecration (24-28) (Matthew 6)
     D. Job's candor (29-40)

Next Steps:
     > Take time to review the blessings of God's kindness and grace
     > Live life in the light of God's presence
     > Allow the peace of God to guard your heart and mind

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