1) Think about Job's end compared to his beginning and then ask yourself if Job's suffering was worth it. What about your suffering? What can it produce if you will respond in the proper way? What is the proper way? What did you learn from Job?
2) What have you learned about Satan and Satan's relationship to God from this book? How can those insights comfort you?
3) Read Job 31 again, and if you did not mark in the first time, mark in a distinctive way every if and every if I have. Think about how Job appealed to his own integrity in various matters of life. Examine those areas carefully. How does your own integrity measure up in those areas? What do you need to remember, do, hold onto, let go of, begin, or stop?