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Book of Job Chapter 6 Summary

Job Hits Back

  • Job isn't buying it. He's in pain, he's covered with sores and ashes, and he wants some answers. His complaint is valid, he says. 
  • Job gets that his friends are confused. After all, in their worldview, the righteous are not punished. But he's not satisfied with that answer.

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