Job’s friends tried their best to find fault with him. After all, they were here to help. They felt they needed to find a solution.
All three of his friends finally give up since Job held on to his stance that he was innocent. They had no more to say. They had said plenty, trying to “impose” guilt on Job because of his sufferings.
Then, a young man named Elihu speaks up and wants to put in his share of words to the whole situation. He says:
“I also will answer with my share; I also will declare my opinion” (Job 32:17).
In all this, God remains silent and observes. He allows us to speak our share of words and wisdom. You’ll hear a lot of voices all around you. Don’t be troubled. God is yet to speak out on the matter.
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