Job 22 Outline

Job 22


God doesn't need our righteousness. It does us good, but what good does our righteousness do for the Almighty God?
Eliphaz accuses Job of terrible things he didn't do
like 'you say God can't see you'
like 'righteous people like us don't have problems like that'
like, 'if you are righteous, you will have lots of gold and plenty of silver'
the fruit of righteousness: delight and facing God (v26), prayer being heard (v27), decrees established and light on your way (v28), lifting up (v29) and deliverance (v30)

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