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Book of Job Chapter 19 Summary

I Will Be Redeemed

  • Apparently no one is listening, so Job reaffirms his desire to plead his case before God. 
  • He's so worked up about it, he wants to etch his complaint in something more permanent than his mortal voice. Maybe on a rock or—surprise, surprise—in a book.

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