Bible Cross References
Job 2:10
Job answered, "You are talking nonsense! When God sends us something good, we welcome it. How can we complain when he sends us trouble?" Even in all this suffering Job said nothing against God.
Job 3:3-26
(SEE 3:2)
Turn that day into darkness, God. Never again remember that day; never again let light shine on it.
Make it a day of gloom and thick darkness; cover it with clouds, and blot out the sun.
Blot that night out of the year, and never let it be counted again;
make it a barren, joyless night.
Tell the sorcerers to curse that day, those who know how to control Leviathan.
Keep the morning star from shining; give that night no hope of dawn.
Curse that night for letting me be born, for exposing me to trouble and grief.
I wish I had died in my mother's womb or died the moment I was born.
Why did my mother hold me on her knees? Why did she feed me at her breast?
If I had died then, I would be at rest now,
sleeping like the kings and rulers who rebuilt ancient palaces.
Then I would be sleeping like princes who filled their houses with gold and silver,
or sleeping like a stillborn child.
In the grave wicked people stop their evil, and tired workers find rest at last.
Even prisoners enjoy peace, free from shouts and harsh commands.
Everyone is there, the famous and the unknown, and slaves at last are free.
Why let people go on living in misery? Why give light to those in grief ?
They wait for death, but it never comes; they prefer a grave to any treasure.
They are not happy till they are dead and buried;
God keeps their future hidden and hems them in on every side.
Instead of eating, I mourn, and I can never stop groaning.
Everything I fear and dread comes true.
I have no peace, no rest, and my troubles never end.
Job 4:3
You have taught many people and given strength to feeble hands.
Job 4:4
When someone stumbled, weak and tired, your words encouraged him to stand.
Job 34:3-9
You know good food when you taste it, but not wise words when you hear them.
It is up to us to decide the case.
Job claims that he is innocent, that God refuses to give him justice.
He asks, "How could I lie and say I am wrong? I am fatally wounded, but I am sinless."
Have you ever seen anyone like this man Job? He never shows respect for God.
He likes the company of evil people and goes around with sinners.
He says that it never does any good to try to follow God's will.
Job 38:2
Who are you to question my wisdom with your ignorant, empty words?
Job 40:5
I have already said more than I should.
Job 40:8
Are you trying to prove that I am unjust--- to put me in the wrong and yourself in the right?
Job 42:3
You ask how I dare question your wisdom when I am so very ignorant. I talked about things I did not understand, about marvels too great for me to know.
Job 42:7
After the LORD had finished speaking to Job, he said to Eliphaz, "I am angry with you and your two friends, because you did not speak the truth about me, the way my servant Job did.
Matthew 12:37
Your words will be used to judge you---to declare you either innocent or guilty."
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Job 6:4
Almighty God has shot me with arrows, and their poison spreads through my body. God has lined up his terrors against me.
Job 6:9
If only he would go ahead and kill me!
Job 10:1
I am tired of living. Listen to my bitter complaint.
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Job 8:2
(SEE 8:1)
Hosea 12:1
Everything that the people of Israel do from morning to night is useless and destructive. Treachery and acts of violence increase among them. They make treaties with Assyria and do business with Egypt."
Ephesians 4:14
Then we shall no longer be children, carried by the waves and blown about by every shifting wind of the teaching of deceitful people, who lead others into error by the tricks they invent.