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Were you with Me when I made the rivers? Job, do you really know all about Me? " Did you notice, He came and corrected Job first? " It was Job, too. You know why? Because he didn't totally see who God is. He was self-righteous rather than word-righteous. So now look at chapter 40 and see what Job's reaction is to God's correction under this tremendous trial. " But he didn't say, "Well, God, if you'd been through what I've been through, You'd have said bad things about You, too! I've been sick! I've lost ten children, all my wealth, my wife hates me, and my friends don't help.
There are four things about Job that are said three times: He was perfect, which means he was mature; he handled things well, but not so that he was sinless; he was upright; he feared God, which does not mean to cringe in fear, but that he reverenced God; and he eschewed evil, he fled from evil. He had seven sons and three daughters, and he was very, very wealthy. The Bible tells us exactly how much he had: 7,000 sheep, 3,000 camels, 500 yoke of oxen, 500 she-asses, and a very great household.
So now look at chapter 40 and see what Job's reaction is to God's correction under this tremendous trial. " But he didn't say, "Well, God, if you'd been through what I've been through, You'd have said bad things about You, too! I've been sick! I've lost ten children, all my wealth, my wife hates me, and my friends don't help. " Yet we say, "Well, Job was perfect, he was upright, he did fear God, and he did flee from evil," but he still didn't have the aspect of God that the Father wanted him to have.