Treasury of Scripture Knowledge
|Overview - Job 42|
| 1 ||Job submits himself unto God. |
| 7 ||God, preferring Job's cause, makes his friends submit themselves, and accepts him. |
|10 ||He magnifies and blesses Job. |
|16 ||Job's age and death. |
Job 42:8 (King James Version)
Therefore take unto you now seven bullocks and seven rams, and go to my servant Job, and offer up for yourselves a burnt offering; and my servant Job shall pray for you: for him will I accept: lest I deal with you after your folly, in that ye have not spoken of me the thing which is right, like my servant Job.
- From this it appears that Job was considered as a priest, not only to his own family, but also to others. For his children he offered burnt offerings, (ch. 1:5, ) and now he is to make the same kind of offerings, accompanied with intercession, in behalf of his three friends. This is a full proof of the innocence and integrity of Job.
- seven bullocks
- Numbers 23:1 Numbers 23:14 Numbers 23:29 ; 1 Chronicles 15:26 ; 2 Chronicles 29:21 ; Ezekiel 45:23 ; Hebrews 10:4 Hebrews 10:10-14
- Matthew 5:23 Matthew 5:24
- 1:5 Exodus 18:12
- my servant Job shall
- Genesis 20:17 ; Isaiah 60:14 ; Jeremiah 14:11 ; 15:1 Ezekiel 14:14 ; Hebrews 7:25 ; James 5:14
- 1 John 5:6 ; Revelation 3:9
- Hebrew his face, or person.
- 9 ; 1 Samuel 25:35 ; Malachi 1:8 Malachi 1:9 ; Matthew 3:17 ; Ephesians 1:6
- Psalms 103:10 ; 2 Timothy 4:14