Lesson 32: “I Know That My Redeemer Liveth”

Old Testament Class Member Study Guide, (2001), 22


Study the following scriptures:

  1. a.

    Job 1–2. Job experiences severe trials. He remains faithful to the Lord despite losing his possessions, children, and health.

  2. b.

    Job 13:13–16; 19:23–27. Job finds strength in trusting the Lord and in his testimony of the Savior.

  3. c.

    Job 27:2–6. Job finds strength in his personal righteousness and integrity.

  4. d.

    Job 42:10–17. After Job has faithfully endured his trials, the Lord blesses him.

  • What kind of man was Job? What trials did Job experience?

  • How did Job’s testimony of the Savior help him endure his trials? (See Job 19:25–27.) How can a testimony of the Savior give us strength during adversity?

  • Job’s integrity was another source of spiritual strength during his afflictions (Job 27:2–6). What is integrity? How did personal integrity strengthen Job during his trials? How can personal integrity help us during times of trial?

  • After Job had faithfully endured his trials, how did the Lord bless him? (See Job 42:10–15; James 5:11.) How does the Lord bless us as we faithfully endure trials? (See Job 23:10; 3 Nephi 15:9.)

Additional reading: Other chapters in Job; Doctrine and Covenants 121:1–10.