Job 10 Bible Study


Job 10 Outline


– Job suspected that God is happy to cause him all these troubles (Job 10:1-7)

– Job felt that God want to destroy him (Job 10:8-12)

– Job felt that God had knew this would happen to him all along (Job 10:13-17)

– Job asked God to leave him alone (Job 10:18-22)



Job 10 Summary


In Job 10:1-7, Job hates his own life because of all the disasters that happened to him. He hoped to have a chance to speak about his complaints to God. If he had a chance from God, he would tell God not to condemn him. Job would ask God to show him why he contend with him. Job is frustrated and now think that God is his enemy. He suspected that God is happy to see him oppressed and despised as the work of his hands and let his enemy triumph. Job questioned God if he is like a man that see him like his friends does. Job questioned why God struck him with all these disasters even though he is not evil.


In Job 10:8-12, Job knew that it was God who created him. Job lamented that now that God had brought him to this earth, is he going to kill him and turn him into dust again. Job felt God want to destroy him now even though he had experienced God’s favor in the past.


In Job 10:13-17, Job felt that God knew this incident would happen to him and that God knew the causes of his circumstance. Job grumbled that God is hostile to him and will punish him no matter if he sin or did not sin. Job protested to what his friends suggest, that he sin against God so that all these disasters happen to him.


In Job 10:18-22, Job expressed his anger with God by questioning if he hate him so much then why he brought him into this world. Job asked God to leave him alone before he die and enter into afterlife as he think God is the one behind all his troubles.



Job 10 Bible Study


1. Be patient in facing affliction

Job lost his patient and started to think God is his enemy. Job now hate God because he felt he is the one responsible for all the problems he is having. When you are in a difficult situation, you may get angry with God and want to give up because you feel that God has not been helping you. The enemy, Satan, always, attack our weaknesses. Satan can use all sorts of ways to make us leave God because his ultimate goal is to increase the people going to hell. Therefore, when problem happen, you should trust in God and be patient and not give up. These things I have spoken unto you, that in me ye might have peace. In the world ye shall have tribulation: but be of good cheer; I have overcome the world (John 16:33). In Psalm 9:10, and they that know thy name will put their trust in thee: for thou, LORD, hast not forsaken them that seek thee. In Romans 5:3-5, and not only so, but we glory in tribulations also: knowing that tribulation worketh patience; And patience, experience; and experience, hope: And hope maketh not ashamed; because the love of God is shed abroad in our hearts by the Holy Ghost which is given unto us.