Job is a picture of Christ. Notice that God increased Job's prosperity, except that the children he lost remained the same, 10.
Just like Christ, finding the Sheep that were lost. God had given Job 10 children, and he lost them, but after his suffering he was made more glorious and his children given back to him. God caused all this suffering to come on Job by using Satan.
"Then came there unto him all his brethren, and all his sisters, and all they that had been of his acquaintance before, and did eat bread with him in his house: and they bemoaned him, and comforted him
over all the evil that the Lord had brought upon him:
every man also gave him a piece of money, and every one an earring of gold."
Job 42:11 KJV
I have never heard before that Job was a type for Jesus so I did a little research. —>
Myth 1: Job, like Jesus, lost everything
Jesus did not lose anything, but he gave his life willingly. Jesus said, “No one takes my life from me, but I lay it down of my own accord” (John 10:18).
Job lost everything, but Jesus gave everything. Job was afflicted by the devil
(Job 2:7), but the devil never laid a finger on the Lord. Job was a victim; Jesus was a victor. Big difference.
Myth 2: Job, like Jesus, was tempted by Satan
Jesus had a famous conversation with the Tempter, but Job never knew him. Satan appears more times in the Book of Job than any other book, but Job had no idea he existed. He was so oblivious to the Tempter’s schemes that Job blamed God for the devil’s afflictions (Job 1:21, 27:2).
Myth 3: Job, like Jesus, was falsely accused of being a sinner
Job was far from sin-free. He was bitter, suicidal and self-righteous
. His confidence was not in the Lord but his own moral behavior. “How many wrongs and sins have I committed? Show me my offense and my sin” (Job 13:23). Job’s self-righteousness was so odious that it even silenced the self-righteous men who came to counsel him (Job 32:1).
Myth 4: Job, like Jesus, remained faithful to God
In his suffering, Job accused God of being unjust and hostile (Job 13:34, 27:2). Job believed God had fired arrows of outrageous fortune at him and bound him like a prisoner (Job 6:4, 13:27). Job actually thought God was trying to kill him (Job 30:21, 23).
I’m certainly not condemning Job for having these evil thoughts – the man was in pain. But we can’t deny that Job bore false witness. He was a bad advertisement for God. In contrast, Jesus is the true and faithful witness, the exact representation of God’s character. “Anyone who has seen me has seen the Father” (John 14:9). https://escapetoreality.org/2018/10/25/is-job-a-type-of-jesus/