This Bible study devotional covers Job 22-27. In this passage, Job’s friends give their final argument for Job’s guilt. Job then calls his friends his enemies and pronounces a long curse, predicting they will suffer like him.
As always, we are committed to showing you how Jesus fulfills these specific passages. In Job 22-27, we see that Jesus, like Job, refuses to repent in the face of false accusations. When Jesus refuses to recant in his suffering, he breaks the accusations of his enemies.
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