After the arguments of his three friends had failed to succor and satisfy Job, clear-thinking Elihu came to his rescue and turned his thought to God in a way which eventuated in his healing and restoration. Elihu graphically depicted to Job the sore travail and dire distress into which the average mortal permits himself to be plunged before he is ready to turn away from matter to God, Spirit, for help and healing.
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