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Did he serve God because God prospered him? NO! He served God because he loved him. ") "Naked came I out of my mother’s womb, and naked shall I return thither: the Lord gave, the Lord has taken away, blessed be the name of the Lord. And in all this Job sinned not, nor charged God foolishly," because he did not love God because he was rich. He loved God and the riches came from that. Because part of God's provision for His children is prosperity, just a little part of it. Now we see the scene in heaven again.
Chapter 3:1 opens with Job cursing the day he was born. It was hard on him. If you think Job never said anything bad and that he wasn't human, just read his words. He says terrible things. "I'm just falling apart. I wish I could die. I'd like to die, things are so bad. " Then his three friends came to see him. " When they got there, Job looked so bad they couldn't say anything. They just looked at him for seven days. Things were very bad! Then, when Job finally opens his mouth, he curses the day he was born.
There's a certain truth in that, because the Bible tells us that the people in the Old Testament were set for examples for us. It is true, we can learn from the history of the Bible, but that is still just an aspect of the knowledge of God, or the wisdom of God, or the Body of the Father, and what He is to us. So Bildad is saying, "Let's check out history. " And then Job answers. I want you to see what's in Job's heart. He's not very happy with these friends, and I don't blame him. In 9:17 and 18, look at the humanity of Job: "For he breaketh me with a tempest, and multiplieth my wounds without cause.