Upon Job expressing his dire situation in the last chapter, Job began defending his honesty and integrity. Throughout the chapter, Job listed different hypothetical situations where he would hold his ground. In all situations, Job would keep his hands clean in fear of God. From this whole chapter we can see how much adoration, fear and respect Job has for God. He puts God in the throne of the King, King of all kings and Lord of all Lords, as He should be.
Critical Thinking Questions
In spite of difficult times, Job can still express integrity based on the teachings of God. Have you adorned God in His throne where He belongs?
— Isaac Chang