From Job in Judaism
Christianity accepts the Book of Job as canon in its Old Testament. In addition, Job is mentioned in the New Testament of the Christian Bible: the Epistle of James James 5:11paraphrases Job as an example of patience in suffering.
Job’s declaration, “I know that my redeemer liveth”, Job 19:25 is considered by some Christians to be a proto-Christian reference to Christ as the Redeemer, and is the basis of several Christian hymns, as well as the opening scene of Part III of Handel’s Messiah. However, Jewish bible commentators and scholars point out that Job “insists on a divine hearing in his lifetime”, cf. Job 16:19–22.
The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints also confirms the existence of Job: “Thou art not yet as Job; thy friends do not contend against thee, neither charge thee with transgression, as they did Job” (D&C 121:10). Latter-day Saints hold in high esteem the life, example and righteousness of Job, and consider him a model of perseverance and endurance to the end.
Source: Job (biblical figure) – Wikipedia. 2018. Job (biblical figure) – Wikipedia. [ONLINE] Available at: https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Job_(biblical_figure)#Christian_views. [Accessed 29 August 2018].