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Message Subject There is a time to be silent.... and a time to speak. Ecc3:1
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HOW DOES JEHOVAH FEEL ABOUT WHAT WE SAY?

15. How did Jehovah feel about three of Job’s companions, and why?

15 We can learn much from the Bible book of Job about how and when to speak. After Job suffered a series of heartbreaking calamities, four men came to comfort him and to offer counsel. Those men spent a lot of time being silent. But from the statements made later by three of these men—Eliphaz, Bildad, and Zophar—it is obvious that they did not spend this time thinking about how they could help Job. Instead, they were thinking about how they could prove that Job had done something wrong. They made some accurate statements, but much of what they said about Job and about Jehovah was either unkind or untrue. They judged Job harshly. (Job 32:1-3) How did Jehovah respond? His anger burned hot against those three men. He called them foolish and made them ask Job to pray for them.—Job
 
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