Job 10-14

What are some of the reasons, in Zophar's mind, that Job should repent?  Are any of these reaons valid?

Notice that Job 12:10 teaches that God controls the life of every living thing, and the "breath of all mankind."  Where else is the sovereignty of God taugh with similar language?

Job 12 has more to say about the sovereignty of God.  Where do you find evidence that God controls even the affairs of nations?

Job 14:1 repeats an earlier thought about trouble being common to man.  What limits on humanity are explored in this chapter?

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