Job 30 & 31

    1. Chapter 30. Contrast Job’s present condition with his previous prosperity surveyed in chapter 29.
      In what different ways is Job now beset by misery and distress?
      What is his chief reason for perplexity and complaint?
    2. Chapter 31. Of what sins, secret and public, does Job here declare himself innocent?
      Make a list and use it for self-examination.
      In contrast to the judgment of his friends, what is Job seeking here to prove about his present condition?