Saturday, May 28, 2022

#22MinuteChallenge | Bible Project Reading Plan | Day 148 | The Wisdom of Israel | Job 32-34, Psalm 143

#22MinuteChallenge | Bible Project Reading Plan

Day 148 | The Wisdom of Israel

Job 32-34, Psalm 143

Source: Bible Project Reading Plan

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  1. Then Elihu, son of Barachel, a descendant of Buz from the family of Ram, became very angry with Job because Job thought he was more righteous than God.
    Job 32:2 GW

  2. However, there is in humans a Spirit, the breath of the Almighty, that gives them understanding. People do not become wise merely because they live long. They don’t understand what justice is merely because they’re old.
    Job 32:8‭-‬9 GW

  3. “I’ll give my answer. I’ll tell you what I know. I’m full of words. The Spirit within me forces me ⌞to speak⌟.
    Job 32:17‭-‬18 GW

  4. I don’t know how to flatter. If I did, my maker would soon carry me away.
    Job 32:22 GW

  5. I’ve opened my mouth. The words are on the tip of my tongue. My words are straight from the heart, and I sincerely speak the knowledge that is on my lips.
    Job 33:2‭-‬3 GW

  6. “God’s Spirit has made me. The breath of the Almighty gives me life.
    Job 33:4 GW

  7. In a dream, a prophetic vision at night, when people fall into a deep sleep, when they sleep on their beds, he opens people’s ears and terrifies them with warnings. ⌞He warns them⌟ to turn away from doing ⌞wrong⌟ and to stop being arrogant. He keeps their souls from the pit and their lives from crossing the River ⌞of Death⌟. In pain on their sickbeds, they are disciplined with endless aching in their bones so that their whole being hates food and they lose their appetite for a delicious meal. Their flesh becomes so thin that it can’t be seen. Their bones, not seen before, will be exposed. Their souls approach the pit. Their lives come close to those already dead.
    Job 33:15‭-‬22 GW

  8. The ear tests words like the tongue tastes food.
    Job 34:3 GW

  9. “You people who have understanding, listen to me. It is unthinkable that God would ever do evil or that the Almighty would ever do wicked things. God will repay humanity for what it has done and will give each person what he deserves. Certainly, God will never do anything evil, and the Almighty will never pervert justice.
    Job 34:10‭-‬12 GW

  10. If he thought only of himself and withdrew his Spirit and his breath, all living beings would die together, and humanity would return to dust.
    Job 34:14‭-‬15 GW

  11. The one who is righteous and mighty does not grant special favors to princes or prefer important people over poor people because his hands made them all.
    Job 34:19 GW

  12. I remember the days long ago. I reflect on all that you have done. I carefully consider what your hands have made.
    Psalms 143:5 GW

  13. I stretch out my hands to you in prayer. Like parched land, my soul thirsts for you. Selah
    Psalms 143:6 GW

  14. Let me hear about your mercy in the morning, because I trust you. Let me know the way that I should go, because I long for you.
    Psalms 143:8 GW

  15. Teach me to do your will, because you are my God. May your good Spirit lead me on level ground.
    Psalms 143:10 GW