Elihu is a young man who has overheard the friends and Job speaking. Both sides anger him, and he wants to put things right. His main beliefs are these: God is incapable of making; pain is a divine deterrent aimed at keeping men from sin.
- What made Elihu angry?
On what grounds does he claim a right to speak?
What do you think of the way he begins his speech?
- Job had said that God treated him unjustly (33:8-11), and that he made matters worse by refusing to talk to him (33:13).
What replies does Elihu give to Job about this? See verses 12, 14-33.
In what does he say God speaks?
And for what purpose?