Job 6 - Job admits that his words were rash, vs 3, and he explains why: his grief was a burden that his friends did not feel or try to help him carry, vs. 14. This is a good lesson for all of us to remember. We are called to "bear the burdens of others" Gal. 6:2.
Job 7 - Job expresses his thoughts on the futility of human existence, vs. 1. He asks God to leave him alone, vs. 16. He sounds like Solomon in Ecclesiastes, but Job faced pain that Solomon could only imagine.
Job 8 - Bildad asks if God distorts justice, vs. 3. God doesn't reject an honest person.
Job 9 - Job accepts that God is just but how can he contend with God? vs. 1-4. We thank the Lord that today we can bring our burdens to Him