Life-Study of Job

Life-Study of Jobby Witness Lee

ISBN: 0-87083-699-4
Printed Copy: Available Online from Living Stream Ministry

Currently in: Table of Contents of 38 Section 1 of 1

Life-Study of Job

CONTENTS

  1. An Introductory Word
  2. The Trials of Job (1)
  3. The Trials of Job (2)
  4. Job's Cursing of His Birthday
  5. The First of the Three Rounds in the Debates Between Job and His Three Friends - Chapters 4—11 (1)
    Eliphaz's Answer to Job by Rebuking
  6. The First of the Three Rounds in the Debates Between Job and His Three Friends - Chapters 4—11 (2)
    Job's Vindication
  7. The First of the Three Rounds in the Debates Between Job and His Three Friends - Chapters 4—11 (3)
    Bildad's Rebuttal
  8. The First of the Three Rounds in the Debates Between Job and His Three Friends - Chapters 4—11 (4)
    Job's Unyieldingness and Zophar's Blind Argument
  9. The Second of the Three Rounds in the Debates Between Job and His Three Friends - Chapters 12—20 (1)
    Job's Superiority Complex, Accusation, and Arguments and Eliphaz's Rebuke and Warning (1)
  10. God's Answer to Job
  11. The Second of the Three Rounds in the Debates Between Job and His Three Friends - Chapters 12—20 (2)
    Job's Superiority Complex, Accusation, and Arguments and Eliphaz's Rebuke and Warning (2)
  12. God's Eternal Economy as the Answer to the Book of Job
  13. The Second of the Three Rounds in the Debates Between Job and His Three Friends - Chapters 12—20 (3)
    Job's Rejection of His Friends' Word and His Desire that God Would Adjudicate for Him in His Case in the Painful Situation Caused by God and Bildad's Rebuke and Warning
  14. The Second of the Three Rounds in the Debates Between Job and His Three Friends - Chapters 12—20 (4)
    Job's Complaint Against His Friends in Their Wrong Reproach and Toward God in His Severe Stripping and Zophar's Anger and Teaching Toward Job
  15. The Third of the Three Rounds in the Debates Between Job and His Three Friends - Chapters 21—31 (1)
    Job's Conclusion Concerning Prosperity and Calamity in Human Life and Eliphaz's Logic Concerning the Recompense of Good and Evil
  16. God's Intention in His Creation of Man and in His Dealing with His Chosen People
  17. The All-Inclusive Spirit as the Consummation of the Processed and Consummated Triune God
  18. The Third of the Three Rounds in the Debates Between Job and His Three Friends - Chapters 21—31 (2)
    Job's Desire to Clear up His Case with God and His Knowledge Concerning God in His Dealing with All Kinds of Men and Bildad's Concluding Word
  19. Our Unique Need—the Processed and Consummated Triune God as the All-Inclusive, Life-Giving Spirit
  20. The Third of the Three Rounds in the Debates Between Job and His Three Friends - Chapters 21—31 (3)
    Job's Final Speaking to His Three Friends (1)
  21. The Third of the Three Rounds in the Debates Between Job and His Three Friends - Chapters 21—31 (4)
    Job's Final Speaking to His Three Friends (2)
  22. God's Move in Christ to Bring Forth the Body
  23. The Third of the Three Rounds in the Debates Between Job and His Three Friends - Chapters 21—31 (5)
    Job's Final Speaking to His Three Friends (3)
  24. Man Moving in God's Move and God Moving in Man's Move
  25. Elihu's Turn to Speak - Chapters 32—37 (1)
    Elihu's First Correction and Refutation of Job
  26. Elihu's Turn to Speak - Chapters 32—37 (2)
    Elihu's Second and Third Corrections and Refutations of Job
  27. A Person in the Spirit
  28. Elihu's Turn to Speak - Chapters 32—37 (3)
    Elihu's Final Word to Job
  29. God's Appearing to Job with the Divine Unveilings
  30. The Final Outcome, Under God's Consummation, of the Progressive Divine Revelation in the Narration of the Story of Job
  31. God's Intention in His Appearing to Job
  32. The Completed Divine Revelation in the Entire Scriptures Concerning God's Relationship with Man (1)
  33. The Central Point of God's Appearing to Job
  34. The Completed Divine Revelation in the Entire Scriptures Concerning God's Relationship with Man (2)
  35. The Completed Divine Revelation in the Entire Scriptures Concerning Man's Need Before God
  36. The Significance in the Sequence of Job and the Psalms
  37. Two Trees, Two Sources, Two Lines, Two Principles, and Two Ends in the Divine Revelation of the Holy Scriptures
  38. An Additional Message — The Divine Dispensing of the Divine Economy

Note: We hope that many will benefit from these spiritual riches. However, for the sake of avoiding confusion, we ask that none of these materials be downloaded or copied and republished elsewhere, electronically or otherwise. Living Stream Ministry retains full copyright on all these materials and hopes that our visitors will respect this.

Downloading this material, even for personal use, is prohibited.
Your IP address is 54.221.147.93 [8:49:10 PM (GMT -08:00), December 11, 2018].

Search Online Publications

Simply enter a word or phrase. Common words, such as "and", "is", and "the", also known as noise words, are bypassed in a search.

Advanced Search

Noise Words

Common words, such as "and", "is", "but", and "the", also known as noise words, are bypassed in a search. The search string, the Spirit & who, would result in an error since who, which stands by itself, is a noise word. The following is a list of noise words:

$, a, also, an, and, another, any, are, as, at, be, because, been, being, both, but, by, came, can, did, do, each, for, has, had, he, have, her, here, him, himself, his, how, if, in, into, is, it, like, make, me, might, much, my, of, on, or, our, out, over, said, should, since, some, still, such, take, than, that, the, their, them, then, there, these, they, this, those, to, too, very, was, way, we, well, were, what, where, which, while, who, with, would, you, your

×

Ranking

Rank is a value from 0 to 1000 indicating how closely a match scored or ranked against the original search string. Rank values are affected by the following factors:

  1. The total number of occurrences of the original search words/phrases in a portion of a book.
  2. Content that includes the search words in close proximity to each other are ranked above those that do not. Therefore, a portion of a book that has the search words in close proximity may have a higher ranking than another portion of a book that has a higher hit count but the words are not in close proximity to one another. Therefore, we also include a search word hit count for reference.
  3. The rank values are relative to each other. Therefore, it is not possible to interpret the RANK value as a percentage or group the rank values into high/medium/low ranges. Think of rank as a method to order the results for a specific search.
×

Search Scope

Include All Word Forms

This option breaks out the search string into its individual words and generates all conjugations and declensions for each word in the search phrase. A search on the word, dwell, would search for dwell, dwelling, dwelling's, dwells, dwelt, and dwelled.

There is no need to use ^ (inflectional search) or * (prefix search) when using the Include all word forms search scope.

Specified Word Forms

This option searches for exact matches of the specified words or phrases used in the search string. Use of ^ (inflectional search) with a particular word in the search string will broaden the search for that given word in that all conjugations and declensions for that word will be searched. Similarly, use of * (prefix search) with a particular word in the search string will broaden the search for that given word in that all words with that prefix will be searched as well.

Note

Common words, such as "and", "is", "but", and "the", also known as noise words, are bypassed in a search. A list of all noise words is as follows:

$, about, after, all, also, an,and, another, any, are, as, at, be, because, been, before, being, between, both, but, by, came, can, come, could, did, do, each, for, from, get, got, has, had, he, have, her, here, him, himself, his, how, if, in, into, is, it, like, make, many, me, might, more, most, much, must, my, never, now, of, on, only, or, other, our, out, over, said, same, see, should, since, some, still, such, take, than, that, the, their, them, then, there, these, they, this, those, through, to, too, under, up, very, was, way, we, well, were, what, where, which, while, who, with, would, you, your

×