You probably sinned really bad!! Ask for forgiveness now!
You deserve MORE suffering
I'm still innocent!!
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physical suffering provides the sufferer with an opportunity to realize God’s love and forgiveness when he is well again,
You're also super wicked and your excessive talking is an act of rebellion against God.
Eliphaz believes that Job’s agony must be by a sin Job has committed, and urges Job to seek God’s favor. Bildad and Zophar agree that Job must have committed evil to offend God’s justice and argue that he should strive to exhibit more blameless behavior.
Where is the way that the light is divided, Or the east wind scattered on the earth?
Job’s friends are offended that he scorns their wisdom. They think his questions are crafty and lack an appropriate fear of God, and they use many analogies and metaphors to stress their ongoing point that nothing good comes of wickedness.
Forgive them, Lord...
Elihu, suddenly enters the conversation. The young Elihu believes that Job has spent too much energy vindicating himself rather than God. Elihu explains to Job that God communicates with humans by two ways—visions and physical pain.
God finally interrupts, calling from a whirlwind and demanding Job to be brave and respond to his questions. God’s questions are rhetorical, intending to show how little Job knows about creation and how much power God alone has. Job acknowledges God’s unlimited power and admits the limitations of his human knowledge
God is upset with Eliphaz, Bildad, and Zophar for spouting poor and theologically unsound advice. Job intercedes on their behalf, and God forgives them.
God returns Job’s health, providing him with twice as much property as before, new children, and an extremely long life.