The purpose of this research is to apply a biblical perspective and understanding of the book of Job in a pastoral crisis counseling context. Job deals with diverse counseling issues such as disasters, death of family members, health issues, financial loss, marital conflict, poor counseling, PTSD, and struggling to understand God’s sovereignty and the mystery of the suffering of the righteous. The researcher analyzed the entire book, then exegeted passages to apply them in a pastoral crisis counseling context. The researcher then applied the findings to four areas: (1) The Background of Job’s family and their Experience of unexpected disasters. (2) The Understanding of God’s sovereignty and of the Suffering of the righteous. (3) The Efficiency of the crisis counseling of Job’s three friends and Elihu. (4) The Understanding and Application of pastoral crisis counseling. The study also explores the importance of empathy, accurate diagnoses of crises; of God as the Advocate and Redeemer; and of the Necessity of repentance, forgiveness, resilience, and healing. The researcher found that suffering is under God’s sovereignty and that perseverance and faith like that of Job is needed in the midst of the mystery of suffering. The researcher also found that God the Advocate and Redeemer is good and faithful to provide resilience and healing and that Jesus Christ is the eternal Wonderful Counselor.