I love your doxology. Amen, sister!
About Job: When I re-read this book last year, I was in awe about its “modernity.” For me, the heading could be “When your world view doesn’t make sense anymore.” When your experience doesn’t match with your world view anymore, then you have some options: You deny your world view but not your experience (= Job’s wife), you deny your experience but not your world view (= Job’s friends), you don’t deny your experience nor your world view and try to life with tension, even if that means being frustrated, irritated, angry, and want to have answers (= Job). Any ex-SDA knows the feeling when the world view collapses, anyone maturing knows the feeling, too. At some point(s) in life, the old world view and your experience of reality don’t match. Such an ancient book and yet addressing this … who would have thought that a religious text speaks about such things and don’t wipe them away?
BTW: I don’t like the ending either @Harry_Elliott But maybe, this ending is a reaction to the fact that people have a hard time living with tension and uncertainty.
About 2 Peter 1: I’m not sure what you exactly refer to. For me, the moving of the Spirit means that the Spirit was and is actively talking through the Bible. This doesn’t mean that all the Bible statements are according to God’s will or that they necessarily contain God’s view on things mentioned. But there is a divine side of scripture that shows God’s ways with people, in addition to their understanding of God or search for God. What is human, what is divine in the content and the development of the canon? I don’t always know, but right now I trust that the Holy Spirit moves me to see Christ in these pages and that (S)he moves me to love. For me, that is enough, at least for now.
I love your questions and your search, that you are not afraid of asking, and of sharing. Be blessed!