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The book of Job, chapter 1

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The frame narration: 1.1 - 2.10

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Job's legality

Job 1,1In the land of Uz lived a man named Job. This man was faultless and righteous; he feared God and avoided evil.Job 1,2Seven sons and three daughters were born to him.Job 1,3He owned seven thousand head of flocks, three thousand camels, five hundred yoke cattle and five hundred donkeys, plus numerous servants. This man surpassed all inhabitants of the east in terms of reputation.Job 1.4In turn, his sons feasted, each one in his own house on his own day. Then they sent and invited their sisters to eat and drink with them.Job 1.5When the banquet days were over, Job sent and atoned them. He rose early in the morning and offered as many burnt offerings as he had children. Because Job said, Perhaps my children have sinned and blasphemed God in their hearts. So did Job every time..

Two tests: 1.6 - 2.10

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The loss of wealth

Job 1.6Now it came to pass one day that the sons of God came to stand before the Lord; Satan came among them.Job 1.7The Lord said to Satan, Where are you from? Satan answered the Lord and said, I have roamed the earth, back and forth.Job 1,8The Lord said to Satan, Have you watched my servant Job? There are no people like him on earth, so blameless and righteous, he fears God and shuns evil.Job 1.9Satan answered the Lord and said, Is it for no reason that Job fears God?Job 1.10Isn't it you who protect him, his house and all that is around him? You have blessed the work of his hands; his holdings have spread widely across the country.Job 1:11But just reach out your hand to him and touch all that is his; verily, he will curse you in the face.Job 1:12The Lord said to Satan: Well, all his possessions are in your hand, but do not reach out your hand to himself! Then Satan went away from the face of the Lord.Job 1:13Now one day it happened that his sons and daughters ate and drank wine in their firstborn brother's house.Job 1:14A messenger came to Job and said: The cattle were plowing and the donkeys were grazing next to them.Job 1:15Then the Sabeans attacked, took them away, and slew the servants with a sharp sword. I escaped all alone to tell you.Job 1:16This one is still talking when another comes and says: The fire of God fell from heaven, struck the sheep and servants with fire and consumed them. I escaped all alone to tell you.Job 1:17The latter is still talking when another comes along and says: The Chaldeans raised three men, fell upon the camels, took them away and killed the servants with a sharp sword. I escaped all alone to tell you.Job 1:18He is still talking when another comes along and says: Your sons and daughters ate and drank wine in their first-born brother's house.Job 1:19A great wind came over the desert and seized the house on all four corners; it fell on the young people and they died. I escaped all alone to tell you.Job 1:20Now Job got up, tore his robe, shaved his head, fell to the ground, and worshiped.Job 1:21Then he said: I came out naked from my mother's lap; / I return there naked. / The Lord gave, the Lord took; / Praise be to the name of the Lord.Job 1:22In all of this, Job did not sin or speak improperly against God.