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“Redeemer.” The Hebrew text refers to a kinsman-redeemer (see commentary on Ruth 2:20, “kinsman-redeemer”).

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“in my flesh will I see God.” Job knew that he would be resurrected from the dead and granted everlasting life, which was promised to Old Testament people who lived righteous lives. The Old Testament has a number of verses about God raising the dead in the future (cp. Deut. 32:39; Job. 19:25-27; Ps. 71:20; Isa. 26:19; 66:14; Ezek. 37:12-14; Dan. 12:2, 13; and Hos. 13:14).

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