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... Chap, xxxii.--xxxvii. Elihu (a very different being from the
three "friends ") is wroth because Job justifies himself rather
than God, 2. The Lord Jesus came not to call the righteous bat
sinners, Matt. ix. 13, Mark ii. 17. He said of self-righteous
Pharisees only, Let them alone. Matt. xv. 14.] Elihn shows Job how
God deals with men to show unto man His uprightness, 23. He has
found a ransom (an atonement, marg.) 24. He will render onto man
his righteousness, 26. Now the righteousness of God without the law
is manifested, Rom. iii. 21-23, 2 Cor. v. 21.] Elihn says
furthermore (xxxv. 6-8), " If thon be righteous what givest thou
Him 1" We are recipients only, Ps. cxvi. 12, 13.] Chap,
xxxviii.-xxxix.--Jehovah Himself now speaks and makes Job feel his
utter nothingness. Chap. xl.--Job now exclaims " Behold, I am
vile," 4. He can "proceed no further," 5. Chap. xli.--Jehovah still
further manifests Himself and shows the power of " Leviathan," that
" old serpent," "a king over all the children of pride," 34, (Isa.
xxvii. 1, and 2 Cor. iv. 4, Rev. xii. 9, and 2 Thess. ii. 9,12.)
Chap. xlii.-- Job now says, "I have heard of Thee by the hearing of
the ear, but now mine eye seeth Thee, wherefore I abhor myself and
repent in dust and ashes," 5, 6. Job has learned the lesson God was
teaching him. "Whom the Lord loveth He chasteneth," "that we might
be partakers of His holiness," and have done with our own. Heb.
xii. 6-10.] Which is the Place where Satan fell? By the Rev. J. L.
V. CacheMaille, Rector of Sark, Channel Islands. Jersey: T.
Mackenzie. 1868. The author takes up the thought, which has been
often snggested, and perhaps with truth, that Satan was originally
connected with this earth. We may lay before our readers the
following pages: -- "The first time that Jesu...
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