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INSTE I:3 OT Week 9

Job and the Scrolls

Romans 8:28 And we know that in all things God works for the good of those who love him, who have been called according to his purpose.
A characteristic of Hebrew poetry is parallelism of thought
The books classified as "wisdom literature" of the OT are: Job, Ecclesiastes, Proverbs
Wisdom literature is characterized by moral instructions for individuals
Job's friends were Eliphaz, Bildad, and Zophar
The problem dealt with in the book of Job is theodacy, that is the justice of God in relation to the suffering of the righteous
After Job's trial, he would have been in agreement with Habakkuk: The just will live by faith.
How many cycles of discourses are in this drama? 3-4
How did Jehovah answer His servant Job? He did not answer the question of why the righteous suffer; rather he showed him that the servant of God must rest in God Himself.
Scroll read at the Feast of tabernacles Ecclesiastes (the gutility of life w/o God)
Scroll read at the Passover feast Song of Songs (Love of God for His people)
Scroll read at the Feast of Purim Esther (God's providential care for His People)
Scroll read at the Feast of Pentecost Ruth (The dynasty of the Messiah)
Scroll read at the Anniversary of the destruction of Jerusalem Lamentations
Outline of Job I. Prologue; II. Discourses; III. Epilogue
Created by: ymoseley



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