Job 27 Bible Study


Job 27 Outline


– Job will not admit that he deserve these disasters because of sins (Job 27:1-6)

– Job prayed for God to punish his friends, who acted like hypocrites towards him (Job 27:7-10)

– Job did not know why God punish him with these disasters (Job 27:11-12)

– Job said God will punish the wicked like his friends (Job 27:13-23)



Job 27 Summary


In Job 27:1-6, it is probable that no one speaks so Job continued his discourse. Job still maintain his integrity. Job said he will never lie and agree that he sinned so that all these disasters happened.


In Job 27:7-10, Job prayed for God to punish his friends, who acted like hypocrites towards him, and simply accused him that it is because he sinned that he is struck with these disasters. Job reasoned that God will no hear the cry of a hypocrite when he call on God.


In Job 27:11-12, Job did not understand why God struck him with these disasters. Job felt that his friends had wrongly judge him based on the principle of sin and punishment.


In Job 27:13-23, Job described that the wicked, his friends, will be judged and punished by God.



Job 27 Bible Study


1. Be considerate towards people

Job’s three friends were inconsiderate. They did not bring comfort to Job instead they hurt him by simply making judgment out of their own view points. We must be considerate towards people. In Romans 12:15, rejoice with them that do rejoice, and weep with them that weep. In Hebrews 13:3, remember them that are in bonds, as bound with them; and them which suffer adversity, as being yourselves also in the body.