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Job 19:26



26 And though after ['achar] my skin [`owr] worms destroy [naqaph] this body, yet in my flesh [basar] shall I see [chazah] God ['elowahh]: KJV-Interlinear



26 'Even after my skin is destroyed, Yet from my flesh I shall see God; NASB



Throughout this book, Job is convinced that his death is imminent. He has no clue that God is going to turn things around, that his health is going to be restored, even that his wealth would be restored also.


And even though his friends are trying to convince him that all of these things will occur, if only he confesses his guilt, his secret guilt, he knows that there is no secrecy, and therefore they are wrong in trying to give him false hope.


His best interest is not their concern anyway. We have already seen this. And, no, they are not issuing valid prophecies, because their premise for recovery is invalid. Prophecy is based on truth.


Job truly believes that he is going to die and very soon. Thus, his skin will be destroyed, finally and completely, and retuned back to the dust of the earth.


After his death, then his flesh will be restored. The action here is sequential and chronological, and it follows the stand of the redeemer on the earth. This is the resurrection of the Old Testament believers. And this will occur when the advocate, the redeemer, the savior assumes authority and command of the earth.


This is the Second Advent as we know it. The process of redemption occurs at the First Advent, which was the Cross.


From the destruction of the skin, to the restoration of the flesh also implies a sleep period and an awakening.


Thus, after the destruction of the body, and the sleep period, which is to follow, then Job will awake in new flesh, and with his own two eyes, he will see the face of God.

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