destroying you."

The sacrifice offered by Job in behalf of his friends was
accepted graciously by God, and Eliphaz broke out into a
hymn of thanksgiving to the Lord for having pardoned the
transgression of himself and his two friends. At the same
time he announced the damnation of Elihu, the instrument
of Satan.

God appeared to Job once more, and gave him a girdle
composed of three ribands, and he bade him tie it around his
waist. Hardly had he put it on when all his pain disappeared,
his very recollection of it vanished, and, more than
this, God made him to see all that ever was and all that shall
ever be.[33]

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