Job restates his innocence, talks about wisdom and where it can and cannot be found, and remembers what his life used to be like.
Job and his “friends” continue the dialog.
Job answers Bildad and asserts that he will be vindicated. Then Zophar speaks again, and is answered again by Job. Then Job points out how wrong his friends are.
Eliphaz takes another run at Job, Job replies to him and then addresses God again. Then Bildad jumps in again.
Job answers Zophar and presents his case to God.
Job replies to his friend Bildad, asks God for relief, and receives more “advice” from Zophar.
Job’s friends(?) begin offering words of advice to him as he sits there with no choice but to listen. With friends like this…
Job, a righteous man, becomes the center of God’s attention and a target for Satan.
Queen Esther asks the king to spare her people. The nobleman has a surprise, and Esther’s cousin Mordecai is forever remembered among the Jews.
We begin the last of the historical books of the Old Testament today.
Esther, a beautiful Jewish girl, is made Queen by King Xerxes. Then, one of the king’s favorite noblemen issues a decree in the King’s name to have all the Jews in the kingdom murdered. Will Queen Esther step in to try to save her people, even though it may mean her own life?