Bible Reading Class Questions
- In Eliphaz’s second response to Job, in his opinion, what was the proof that Job had no fear of God?
- How did Eliphaz express that Job thought that he was arrogant and wiser than anyone else?
- In Job’s fifth speech, what did he say that he would have done for his friends had they been in his place?
- From Job’s standpoint, how had he been living when God devastated his family?
- Who did Job ask to defend his innocence when no one would stand up for him?
- What did Job believe about his friends, even if they came back with a better argument?
- In Bildad’s second response, what was his reaction to Job about tearing out his own hair in anger?
- In Bildad’s opinion, what did he believe was surely an indication of a wicked person? Which of these could Job relate to?
- In Job’s sixth speech, what was his answer to Bildad using his humiliation as evidence of his sin?
- When did Job believe that he would see God?
- Why did Job warn his friends that they should be in fear of punishment themselves, in his sixth speech, when responding to Bildad?
- Why did Zophar feel the need to reply to Job the second time?
- When Zophar described a story of a godless person vomiting the wealth they swallowed, who did he believe was responsible?
- In Job’s seventh speech, to Zophar, who did Job say that his complaint was with?
- What was Job’s complaint about the wicked prospering? What does Job say is their attitude towards God Almighty?
- What is Job’s perspective on God punishing the children of the wicked?
- What type of wickedness did Eliphaz accuse Job of in his third response?
- In Eliphaz’s opinion, what did he believe that Job needed to do for God to hear his prayers, and for him to be successful in whatever he chooses to do?