This week’s Bible Art challenge is based on Job chapter 15 to chapter 21. Your task is to read a chapter each day and create a piece of art to represent the story based on your interpretation.
You can be as creative as you wish and present your art in any form. Share your pictures by uploading them here
Below is a summary of each chapter you can use to help you with your artwork.
Job15: Eliphaz said, “Your own mouth condemns you! Why do you turn against God? The wicked will be like a vine stripped of unripe grapes.”
Job16: Job said, “You’re miserable comforters! God has torn me and shattered me. But my prayer is pure. Even now, my advocate is on high!”
Job17: “My spirit is broken. He has made me a byword. But come again all of you! I will not find a wise man among you. Where is my hope?”
Job18: Bildad said, “Why are we stupid in your sight? Indeed, the light of the wicked goes out. His roots dry up and his branches wither.”
Job19: Job said, “How long will you torment me? God counts me as an enemy. My closest friends abhor me. But I know that my redeemer lives!”
Job20: Zophar said, “My understanding inspires me to answer. The triumph of the wicked is short. His food will turn sour in his stomach.”
Job21: Job said, “Listen to me. Why do the wicked grow mighty? How often do they have trouble? Who repays them? Your answers are empty!”