During this trial, Job was visited by "friends" that accused him of some great sin, resulting in the wrath of God being poured out upon him. Through it all Job held fast to his faith and continued to worship the Lord. His life stands as a great example for us today. We all face troubles and trials in this life. We have all been falsely accused of things we did not do. We need the faith and resolve of Job to trust the Lord and continue to serve Him even in the midst of trials.
As you study the life of Job there is a very interesting aspect revealed in the last chapter of the book. Job 42:12-14 - So the Lord blessed the latter end of Job more than his beginning: for he had fourteen thousand sheep, and six thousand camels, and a thousand yoke of oxen, and a thousand she asses.  He had also seven sons and three daughters.  And he called the name of the first, Jemima; and the name of the second, Kezia; and the name of the third, Keren-happuch.
The Bible records only the names of the three daughters of Job. There is great significance in these names. God has reminded Job of His faithfulness and it is reflected in his daughter’s names.
He named the first Jemima, which means “day.” Job had endured a long night of suffering, but the day had dawned again. Psalm 30:5 – weeping may endure for a night, but joy cometh in the morning. You may be in the midst of a dark night of affliction, but joy will come when the new day breaks!
He named the second Kezia, which “comes from the name of a bark used for fragrant perfume.” The life of Job had endured the stench of suffering and death. There was little fragrance to enjoy in his misery, but God had provided a sweet smelling savor at the end of his trial. Job’s sorrow had been replaced with the sweetness of God’s grace.
He named the third Keren-Happuch which literally means “a box of eye paint.” It spoke of her radiant beauty. This word was also used in reference to the face of Moses as he descended from the mountain with his face aglow of the glory of God. Much of what Job had endured was of misery and dread. He had suffered much pain and despair, but now he enjoyed the radiant glory of God.
Our lives will have those dark hours, but aren’t you glad for those times when the storm has ended and we are able to enjoy the glory of God once again? Child of God this life will have its share of difficulty, but one glorious day we will enter in to that heavenly city to enjoy the glory of our Lord forever more! There is a better day ahead. Weeping may endure for a night, but joy cometh in the morning!