Job 6:30

Job 6:30
Is there any injustice on my tongue? Cannot my palate discern the cause of calamity?
Job 6:30

After Thought

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When Job’s friends were trying to discover the reason for his calamities Job responded by reminding them that he had a good sense of right and wrong. With that said, none of what was happening could be easily discerned. He had great faith because he continued to trust when things did not seem fair.
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~ Pastor Bob
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