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The Lord gave, and the Lord hath taken away; blessed be the name of the Lord.
Job i. 21.
Job
The Holy Bible: King James Version
 
The question, "Why do innocent people suffer?" is addressed in the story of Job.
 
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CONTENTS
Bibliographic Record
KING JAMES VERSION

NEW YORK: AMERICAN BIBLE SOCIETY, 1999
NEW YORK: BARTLEBY.COM, 2000



CHAPTER

1  Job's Calamities
2 
3  Job Bewails His Birth
4  Eliphaz Rebukes Job
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6  Job Reproaches His Friends
7  Job Remonstrates with God
8  Bildad Affirms God's Justice
9  Job's Inability to Answer God
10  Job Bemoans His Condition
11  Zophar Accuses Job of Iniquity
12  Job Affirms God's Power and Wisdom
13  Job Defends His Integrity
14  Job Muses on the Brevity of Life
15  Eliphaz Reprimands Job
16  Job Complains of God's Dealings
17 
18  Bildad Describes the Fate of the Wicked
19  Job's Faith That God Will Vindicate Him
20  Zophar Depicts the Portion of the Wicked
21  Job Asserts the Prosperity of the Wicked
22  Eliphaz Accuses Job of Great Wickedness
23  Job Desires to Plead His Case before God
24  Job Complains of God's Indifference to Wickedness
25  Bildad Denies That Man Can Be Justified with God
26  Job Declares God's Sovereignty
27  Job Describes the Portion of the Wicked
28  Man's Quest for Wisdom
29  Job Recalls His Former Glory
30  Job Bewails His Present Affliction
31  Job Asserts His Integrity
32  Elihu Justifies His Right to Answer Job
33  Elihu Reproves Job
34  Elihu Justifies God
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36  Elihu Extols God's Greatness
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38  The LORD Convinces Job of Ignorance
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40  The Manifestations of God's Power
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42  Job's Confession and Acceptance
The Restoration of Job's Prosperity



 
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