This Bible study devotional covers Job 10-14. In this passage all of Job’s friends have now argued that Job is guilty and that his suffering is deserved. But Job knows he’s innocent. So instead of blaming himself, Job begins to question God’s fairness even while he hopes for their relationship to be restored.
As always, we are committed to showing you how Jesus fulfills these specific passages. In Job 10-14 we see that in Jesus, Job’s hopes for relationship come true. Not only does Jesus restore our relationship with God and call us innocent, we become intimately one with God as his Holy Spirit lives in us (John 17:21). Just as Job insisted against the accusations of Zophar, the Holy Spirit insists that our suffering can’t be a punishment for our sin because that punishment has been nailed to the cross.
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