When God unexpectantly confronts Job, He more than fulfills Job’s demands by asking him 83 rhetorical questions. That is, God is asking Job question after question that he clearly cannot answer. Job is claiming to be the servant of God who, it seems at first glance, has offended God through his demands that God hear his case. Job had forgotten, in his pain, that God was watching and listening to everything that was said and claimed by him and his companions. But the LORD is confronting evil in the mind of Job. Further, the questions are not merely for Job to answer, but to bring about more questions for God in eternity. We have much to learn and know from the LORD, because we do not understand the spiritual world. This is where the problems began for Job, he was being tested by God.
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