Job 4 (New King James Version)

1] Then Eliphaz the Temanite answered and said: 2] “If one attempts a word with you, will you become weary? But who can withhold himself from speaking? 3] Surely you have instructed many, And you have strengthened weak hands. 4] Your words have upheld him who was stumbling, And you have strengthened the feeble knees; 5] But now it comes upon you, and you are weary; It touches you, and you are troubled. 6] Is not your reverence your confidence? And the integrity of your ways your hope?
7] “ Remember now, who ever perished being innocent? Or where were the upright ever cut off? 8] Even as I have seen, Those who plow iniquity And sow trouble reap the same. 9] By the blast of God they perish, And by the breath of His anger they are consumed. 10] The roaring of the lion, The voice of the fierce lion, And the teeth of the young lions are broken.
11] The old lion perishes for lack of prey, And the cubs of the lioness are scattered.12] “Now a word was secretly brought to me, And my ear received a whisper of it. 13] In disquieting thoughts from the visions of the night, When deep sleep falls on men, 14] Fear came upon me, and rembling, Which made all my bones shake. 15] Then a spirit passed before my face; The hair on my body stood up. 16] It stood still, But I could not discern its appearance. A form was before my eyes; There was silence; Then I heard a voice saying: 17] ‘Can a mortal be more righteous than God? Can a man be more pure than his Maker? 18] If He puts no trust in His servants, If He charges His angels with error, 19] How much more those who dwell in houses of clay, Whose foundation is in the dust, Who are crushed before a moth? 20] They are broken in pieces from morning till evening; They perish forever, with no one regarding. 21] Does not their own excellence go away? They die, even without wisdom.’

Life in The Shadows
Three of Job's so-called friends come by to help. While God sees Job as perfect mature and blameless, his friends falsely accuse him of every sin imaginable. Their collective advice to Job is to stop his hypocrisy and confess his sins. Job endures their condemnation, trying to answer them back, but without success. In chapter 9, he knows he needs Jehovah's help, and bewails the fact that there is no mediator between himself and God. However, the One Job longed for has come and He is our Mediator.
1 Timothy 2:5 says that there is one mediator between us and God. Christ Jesus our Savior. when we suffer from darts of Satan, we can go to our Mediator who will plead our case before our Father God. Help is instantly available.

FOR TODAY: Never doubt in the shadows what God has revealed to you in the light.