Job 41 Bible Study

 

Job 41 Outline

 

– God described men don’t know how to subdue the Leviathan but he can (Job 41:1-11)

– God described the Leviathan as a powerful creature (Job 41:12-34)

 

 

Job 41 Summary

 

In Job 41:1-11, God described the monstrous sea creature, Leviathan, who is very strong and hard to be captured by men. God knows how to subdue the Leviathan but men don’t know how because it is his creation.

 

In Job 41:12-34, God described the Leviathan as a creature that is equipped with strong defense, not sympathetic, threatening, and prideful.

 

 

Job 41 Bible Study

 

1. God is almighty and no one can overpower him

God described to Job about the powerful sea creature, Leviathan. The Leviathan has a very strong natural defense and it is very difficult to subdue it. But God can subdue it because he created it. God is telling this to Job to remind him that he is God and no one can overpower him so there is no use for Job to fight against him. We must not try to fight against God when we have problems. But we should humble ourselves and know that God is in control of all things. In Romans 8:28, and we know that all things work together for good to them that love God, to them who are the called according to his purpose.

 

1. God is almighty and no one can overpower him

God described to Job about the powerful sea creature, Leviathan. The Leviathan has a very strong natural defense and it is very difficult to subdue it. But God can subdue it because he created it. God is telling this to Job to remind him that he is God and no one can overpower him so there is no use for Job to fight against him. We must not try to fight against God when we have problems. But we should humble ourselves and know that God is in control of all things. In Romans 8:28, and we know that all things work together for good to them that love God, to them who are the called according to his purpose.