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Job 1 [Full Chapter]
[ Job and His Family ] Many years ago, a man named Job lived in the land of Uz. He was a truly good person, who respected God and refused to do evil. Job had seven sons and three daughters. He owned seven thousand sheep, three thousand camels, five hundred pair of oxen, five hundred donkeys, and a large number of servants. He was the richest person in the East. ...

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[ The Descendants of Shem ] Shem’s descendants had their own languages, tribes, and land. He was the older brother of Japheth and the ancestor of the tribes of Eber. Shem was the ancestor of Elam, Asshur, Arpachshad, Lud, and Aram. Aram was the ancestor of Uz, Hul, Gether, and Mash. Arpachshad was the father of Shelah and the grandfather of Eber, whose first son was named Peleg, because it was during his time that tribes divided up the earth. Eber’s second son was Joktan. Joktan was the ancestor of Almodad, Sheleph, Hazarmaveth, Jerah, Hadoram, Uzal, Diklah, Obal, Abimael, Sheba, Ophir, Havilah, and Jobab. Their land reached from Mesha in the direction of Sephar, the hill country in the east.
Before there were kings in Israel, the following kings ruled Edom one after another: Bela son of Beor from Dinhabah; Jobab son of Zerah from Bozrah; Husham from the land of Teman; Hadad son of Bedad from Avith (Bedad had defeated the Midianites in Moab); Samlah from Masrekah; Shaul from the city of Rehoboth on the Euphrates River; Baalhanan son of Achbor; Hadar from the city of Pau (his wife Mehetabel was the daughter of Matred and the granddaughter of Mezahab).
Instead, give them the job of caring for the sacred tent, its furnishings, and the objects used for worship. They will camp around the tent, and whenever you move, they will take it down, carry it to the new camp, and set it up again. Anyone else who tries to go near it must be put to death.
Someone else may say to you, “Let’s worship other gods.” That person may be your best friend, your brother or sister, your son or daughter, or your own dear wife or husband. But you must not listen to people who say such things. Instead, you must stone them to death. You must be the first to throw the stones, then others from the community will finish the job. Don’t show any pity. The gods worshiped by other nations have never done anything for you or your ancestors. People who ask you to worship other gods are trying to get you to stop worshiping the Lord, who rescued you from slavery in Egypt. So put to death anyone who asks you to worship another god.
[ Joshua Captures Towns in the North ] King Jabin of Hazor heard about Joshua’s victories, so he sent messages to many nearby kings and asked them to join him in fighting Israel. He sent these messages to King Jobab of Madon, the kings of Shimron and Achshaph,
and Saul was in Geba with his six hundred men. Saul’s own tent was set up under a fruit tree by the threshing place at the edge of town. Ahijah was serving as priest, and one of his jobs was to get answers from the Lord for Saul. Ahijah’s father was Ahitub, and his father’s brother was Ichabod. Ahijah’s grandfather was Phinehas, and his great-grandfather Eli had been the Lord’s priest at Shiloh. One day, Jonathan told the soldier who carried his weapons that he wanted to attack the Philistine camp on the other side of the valley. So they slipped out of the Israelite camp without anyone knowing it. Jonathan didn’t even tell his father he was leaving.
Shaharaim and his wife Hushim had two sons: Abitub and Elpaal. But Shaharaim later divorced her and his other wife, Baara. Then he moved to the country of Moab and married Hodesh, and they had seven sons: Jobab, Zibia, Mesha, Malcam, Jeuz, Sachia, and Mirmah. They were all family leaders in his clan.
You can select officers in every province to bring them to the place where you keep your wives in the capital city of Susa. Put your servant Hegai in charge of them since that is his job. He can see to it that they are given the proper beauty treatments.

71 topical index results for “Job”

ACCUSATION, FALSE » INCIDENTS ILLUSTRATIVE OF » Satan falsely accuses Job (Job 1:9,10;2:4,5)
ANGER » INSTANCES OF » Elihu, because Job had beaten his friends in argument (Job 32:3)
BLASPHEMY » INSTANCES OF » Job's wife, when she exhorted Job to curse God and die (Job 2:9)
CHILDREN » INSTANCES OF » Job (Job 29:4)
CONDESCENSION OF GOD » Reasons with Job (Job 38;;;)
CONDOLENCE » INSTANCES OF » The three friends of, to Job (Job 2:11)
DECEPTION » INSTANCES OF » Job's friends (Job 6:15)
ELIHU » A Buzite and one of Job's three friends (Job 32;;;;;)
FAITH » INSTANCES OF TRIAL OF » Job, by affliction and adversity (Job 1;)
FALSEHOOD » INSTANCES OF » In impugning Job's motives for being righteous (Job 1:9,10;2:4,5)
FAMILY » GOOD, EXEMPLIFIED » Job (Job 1:5)
FEAR OF GOD » CONSPICUOUS INSTANCES OF THOSE WHO FEARED » Job, according to the testimony of Satan (Job 1:8)
FORTUNE, CHANGES OF » See JOB
FRIENDSHIP » INSTANCES OF » Job and his three "friends," (Job 2:11-13)
HOSPITALITY » INSTANCES OF » Job to strangers (Job 31:32)

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