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Book of Job Chapter 16-17 Summary

Job Demands a Hearing

  • In case we didn't get the picture already, Job reiterates how uncool his friends are. Then he—yep, again—confirms that he has done nothing worthy of this punishment. 
  • Why shouldn't he, a penitent man, get a fair hearing?

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