We heard Job’s frustration of his life in this age. He is one who does not see the value or the purpose of his life right now. His speech is asking the Lord to blot him out of existence. This is not something that is appropriate or correct, and how are his friends going to encourage this man? We would think and hope that they would provide a counter point to Job’s previous speech. Eliphaz speaks up, he challenges Job’s speech, and is laying out his view of suffering. Is this view correct?