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Hooks, Stephen M. The College Press NIV Commentary : Job. Joplin, Mo., College Press Publishing Company, 2007, Accessed 27 Dec. 2019. The speech breaks down into at least three major sections: 1) Job’s condemnation of the friends (2–6); 2) Job’s complaint against God’s destruction of his life (7–20); 3) Job’s hope for a redeemer (21–29).

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