By Warren W. Wiersbe
Wiersbe's statement wait and see unpacks the booklet of activity, explaining Job's anguish and why God allowed it, and illustrating God's sovereign plan.
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The Drama Begins (Job 1—3) Interlude 2. Discussion Begins (Job 4—7) 3. The Discussion Continues (Job 8—10) Interlude 4. An Angry “Younger” Man (Job 11—14) 5. Discussion Turns into Dispute (Job 15—17) Interlude 6. Will the Real Enemy Please Stand Up? (Job 18—19) 7. It All Depends on Your Point of View (Job 20—21) Interlude 8. Order in the Court! (Job 22—24) 9. How Faint a Whisper! (Job 25—28) 10. I Rest My Case! (Job 29—31) 11. Elihu Has the Answers (Job 32—33) 12. Elihu Explains and Defends God (Job 34—37) Interlude 13.
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