Gilbert House Fellowship #10: Job 25-31

Job and his three friendsWE REACH the conclusion of what reads like the trial of Job by his friends as Bildad delivers a very short speech, his third, followed by Job’s eloquent and impassioned closing statement. We examine some interesting contrasts today, as Job asserts the power of Yahweh over that of other Ancient Near Eastern deities with references to Rahab (the Canaanite god Yam), Baal, and Abaddon.

Remember — we begin something new this week as we will celebrate communion at the end of this episode, so if you can, be prepared with your own version of the bread and the wine.

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One Response to Gilbert House Fellowship #10: Job 25-31

  1. Nancy

    I could not help but think of an umbilical cord being cut the source of life

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