I have never noticed the fore-shadowing of Jesus in Job before. Job goes on a long explanation (all of Chapter 9) of God's power and authority. He knows that God is almighty and he is only a sinful human. He tells Bildad that even if he were blameless and clean, he would not be worthy to approach God. And then he says in Acts 9:32-35:
“He is not a mere mortal like me that I might answer him,
We forget how Holy and Almighty God is and take the role of Jesus for granted in our lives today. Job had it right - we need to remember God's power and that he sent Jesus for us to have that mediator, someone to bridge the gap between our sin and God. For the purpose of a love-relationship with God that would not be possible if Jesus were not there cleansing us of our sin so we can approach the Holy of Holy's.
Tomorrow's Bible In a Year Passage: Job 11-13; Acts 9:1-21