March 23, 2017: Daily Bible Reading Commentary for Job 23-24
Click here for the Daily Reading
Commentary: Job's response in these two chapters ignores his friends. Job is confident of his innocence and asks to be allowed to plead his case before God. Job also complains about the unjust social conditions, how the wicked are not punished for their deeds. Job expresses his desire for God's justice.
Focus Verse: 24:24 Whom is Job referring to in this verse? What will be the end result of their ways? What can you learn and take from this verse?