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trial by implication

Job 31 Job’s therapists had not brought formal charges against him, but he fully understood their implications.  In his final appeal, Job answers those implied charges:   marital unfaithfulness – not guilty (1-4) theft of conspiracy to steal – not … Continue reading

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the old fashioned way

Job 31. Job’s final appeal to his comforter-accusers reveal a high standard of integrity before God. Long before the law given at Sinai, the Creator imprinted on the human heart a law that teaches us faithfulness in marriage (1), business … Continue reading

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