Job 23

Although Job desires to defend his innocence before God, he is terrified at that thought because God is far greater than he.

  • In verses 8–12 Job anticipates being found innocent if he were tried by God.
  • Verse 12 is a familiar verse we often quote, but what does Job mean by it in its context (vv. 8–12)?
  • What does Job say about God in verse 13–14? What does he anticipate would be before him (vv. 15–16)? What is Job’s conclusion (vv. 17–18)?