Job 32-37: Young and Angry Elihu


January 27th, 2021

4 mins 46 secs

Season 12

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About this Episode

This Bible study devotional covers Job 32-37. Out of nowhere, Elihu, an angry young man, speaks up. He accuses Job of self-righteousness at the expense of God’s justice. Elihu is the only character in the book of Job who attempts to defend God’s justice in light of Job’s innocent suffering.

As always, we are committed to showing you how Jesus fulfills these specific passages. In Job 32-27, we see that when it comes to suffering explanations are insufficient, blaming God is a dead end, and more than anything, innocent sufferers need God to speak to them in their pain. And God does more than speak, he comes. God’s answer to suffering is to become human in the person of Jesus.

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