Most people are vaguely aware of a man named Job who suffered incredible calamities. Few, however, realize how intensely relevant is the Old Testament book that bears his name. Job was asking the very questions many are asking today. It is true, of course, that others are not asking these questions. Their lives are bounded by pursuing material things and indulging themselves with a paradise of pleasures. The only interest these people have in questions is in devising ways studiously to avoid them. But for those who are weary of such a simplistic, superficial diet, this little work will have lasting value. These expositions will also be helpful to Christians who have struggled with these questions and are seeking to help others find answers.