In ancient Israel, it was customary for an accused person, who claimed to be innocent, to go to the sanctuary and take an oath of innocence. Job did something similar as he made his final defense to his friends. Job swore his innocence and called down God’s wrath upon himself if he was not telling the truth. He also asked God to vindicate him in the future. Please open your Bible to Job chapter thirty-one, and listen as Pastor Ray Viola completes his study of Job’s final defense.