"In this world, there are many who claim to speak on behalf of God. In Jeremiah 9:3, however, God speaks about these kinds of people who pretend, or even think, they know who God is but do not, "" 'And like their bow they have bent their tongues for lies. They are not valiant for the truth on the earth. For they proceed from evil to evil, and they do not know Me,’ says the LORD."" Elihu was the younger of the men who thought to speak for the LORD, but his tongue was bent for lies. This young man waited to speak after the others could not answer Job’s questions. Elihu felt that he had all the answers about God and Job’s situation. But if God is the God of everything, can He not speak for Himself? In fact, right after Elihu speaks, God chimes in and completely ignores Elihu. Elihu was not even worth acknowledging, not even at the end when He judges Job’s friends ( 4 2 : 7 ) . God does speak through people, such as His prophets, but when it comes to having the final word, He will speak for Himself.
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