God blessed Job late in life more than his beginning, according to Job 42:12-13. We discuss the indispensable usefulness of trials in this audio devotional.
"Behold, I am vile," is the response from Job after he hears directly from God. We discuss our insignificance in comparison to God in this audio devotional.
In Job 38:4-5, God asks "Where wast thou when I laid the foundations of the earth?" This audio devotional is about Job recognizing his place in the world.
Elihu reminds Job and his friends that God is mighty in Job 36:5. In this audio devotional, we discuss his break from Job's rebuke to extol God's greatness.
While Job contends "I am innocent," Elihu reminds him of reality. This audio devotional from Job 33:9-10 takes a closer look at the flaw in Job's defenses.
Job and his friends experience the wrath of Elihu in Job 32:2-3 and following chapters. Hear more about the reason for his anger in this audio devotional.
Our actions and motivations are weighed in an even balance by God. He knows our integrity. We examine this further in an audio devotional from Job 31:5-6.
If things were as in months past, perhaps Job could see the path ahead. In this Job 29:2-3 audio devotional, we observe his struggle with lacking clarity.
To fear God, that is wisdom, according to Job. This audio devotional from Job 28:28 is about the search for wisdom and understanding and their value to us.