Job describes injustices and wickedness that exist, and while recognizing that God will judge such, he wishes the righteous would see it (vv. 1, 12, 25).
- Verses 2–12 paint a dismal picture of the poor and how they are oppressed. Why are they? How should believers act toward them?
- How does Job describe the wicked in verses 13–17?
- What does Job say about the wicked in verses 18–24? What lessons can you glean from this?