There is something deeply satisfying about justice, and no one is better at it than the Living God. When His justice arrives, it is worth the wait. Once the Lord heard Job’s statement of repentance, He turned his attention to Job’s three friends. God not only confronted their wrongdoing; He gave them a plan for restoration. The one who was offended, Job, received the offering of the offenders, the three friends. Justice and mercy were blended as guilt was removed, harsh feelings were forgotten, and grudges were erased. These verses leave us with two enduring truths that speak loudly to us today.
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