Book of Job Chapter 28 Summary
- Getting tired? Good. It's time to shake things up.
- In this unsigned interlude, the speaker riffs for a while about where the seeker can find wisdom. Answer? We're still not sure.
- We suggest you go back and read this passage—if pretty poetic. It doesn't hurt that we're still in poetry here.
- The moral of the story is that wisdom lives with God. To fear the scope and power of this divine wisdom is to be truly wise in a human sense. Kind of how a truly wise man knows that he knows nothing.
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