Pictures of Job
Theis series of Pictures of Job conclude Job's story. Elihu, a young bystander, steps forward and acknowledges the former uprightness of Job, yet declares that at present Job is sinning by self-righteousness, by presuming to pass judgment on God, and by speaking in such a way as must bring other men to despair, disturb their faith and confidence in God, and so bring them also into sin. Elihu reasserts that God is a power of good, not of evil, and that his justice cannot fail.
At this point, God appears to Job and his friends, as thunder clouds approach and a great wind whirls around them. God speaks of all his great accomplishments and the wonders He had created. God challenges Job until Job admits his folly and humbly cries out for mercy. After Job's friends prepare a sacrifice to God, Job prays for their pardon, and with this final act, his suffering is removed from his mind and body. In the end, Job was returned to his former prosperity, and more. He regained his sheep, camels and oxen, and again had seven sons and three daughers. And he lived to be a hundred and forty years old.
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