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comment Interpretations of Elihu in Job
@wrongusername That's the same philosophy of Zophar, Eliphaz and Bildad! The thing is that God brings bad things on these people for purposes other than punishment. In the verses illustrated, the purpose is to turn them away from the pit, not to punish them for the wrong that they've done.
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comment Interpretations of Elihu in Job
@wrongusername Seriously? Read the answer again... Pay special attention to the Job 33:29-30 verse.
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