Originally posted by stoker job v three then a young kid steps in at the end. job blames himself for his trials the three blame god, that much i got but they seem to go off on a rant all of them
Job is difficult. It seems that Job defends his integrity, but his three friends accuse him of harboring sin. Then a young fella chimes in and says essentially the same thing God says.
The younger man isn't mentioned again when God tells Job to make a sacrifice for his friends who apparently were wrong, yet there seems to be some contradictions between Job's righteousness and God's pronunciations.