Jan 26, 2022
Yesterday in chapter 41, we heard of Pharaoh's dream, and what happened to Joseph as a result of his correctly telling the interpretation. Note also that Joseph was careful to give the glory to God for that interpretation.
Yesterday in chapter 25, Bildad only had a six verse response, because Job interrupted him with the speech we will read today. Bildad implied Job’s guilt in more than one way, including this most obvious rhetorical question:
4 Can anyone be righteous or pure in God's sight?
Yesterday we heard of the death and burial of Jesus. That chapter was full of fulfilled prophecies.
GNT Translation notes:
Mrk. 16:1 After the Sabbath was over, Mary [— the one from the village of Magdalene//Magdalene], Mary the mother of James, and Salome bought spices to go and anoint the body of Jesus.
17 Believers will be given the power to perform miracles: they will drive out demons in my name; they will speak in [unlearned languages//strange tongues];
NLT Translation notes:
Gen. 42:5 So Jacob’s a sons arrived in Egypt along with others to buy food, for the famine [extended to//was in] the land of Canaan as well.
43:9 I personally guarantee his safety. You [can//may] hold me responsible if I don’t bring him back to you. Then let me bear the blame forever.
22 We also have additional money to buy more food. We have no idea who put our money [back/0] in our sacks.”
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