Job 15 outline

Job 15


These outlines make the most sense when you read them with the passage.
I'm not saying this was necessarily the real case with Job, but... You can talk with knowledge (v2) and reasoning (v3), but it can still be vain (v2) and unprofitable (v3).
You could condemn yourself with the things you say (v6) instead of somebody else condemning you.
It's not necessarily true for people to say something like, "We're older than you, so we're wiser than you."
all humans have sinned
the wages of sin is (v21) dreadful, with (v20) pain, and (v24) trouble and anguish
Wicked people are like plants that (v30) are burned, and (v33) fall apart.

From: Come and Dine

By Charles Wid­mey­er, 1906 and S. H. Bol­ton
Jesus has a table spread
Where the saints of God are fed,
He invites His chosen people, “Come and dine”;
With His manna He doth feed
And supplies our every need:
O ’tis sweet to sup with Jesus all the time!

“Come and dine,” the Master calleth, “Come and dine”;
You may feast at Jesus’ table all the time;
He Who fed the multitude, turned the water into wine,
To the hungry calleth now, “Come and dine.”
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