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Job, ch. 6–19.
miserable end of the wicked. posed to Almighty God.
16. 1. Job reneweth his complaint 787. Against resting satisfied with
against his friends.
imaginary well doing.
16. 11. Job ascribeth his affliction to 788. The blessedness of being
chastised in mercy.
17. 1 Job lamenteth his misery and 789. How to meet death with joy
18. 1. Bildad with angry words re- 790. Of waiting for the issue of
neweth his argument.
our conduct until another life.
19. 1. Job detaileth his afflictions, 791. Of sympathy with sinners
as grounds of pity.
in their sufferings.
19. 21. Job declareth his trust in a 792. The hope of final redemption
our best comfort in trouble.
JOB, ch. 20-33.
JOB, ch. 34–42.
kingdom against opposition. Book of Psalms to Christ.
plea for obtaining more.
to our confidence in God.
and ascension of Christ.
42. 1. The psalmist devoutly long- 876. The joy of hoping in the
eth after God.
midst of affliction.
43. 1. The psalmist prayeth for ac- 877. Of hoping for yet further in-
cess to divine ordinances.
crease of church accommodation.
44. 1. The psalmist, under affliction, 878. The church under reverses
professeth trust in God.
inust trust in God.