Oh!,The quote is essentially correct and may be seen below. Although the precise wording is different.
And how can we forget Hoeh's "Who Built the Great Pyramid's- He says at the end of his article "As Mr. Armstrong perceived , Job is Cheops".
Just take a look at the references Hoeh uses and check em out. Talk about rewriting and ludicrous fabrication!,
A clue to the answer is found in Egyptian records. Cheops has another name -- Saaru of Shaaru (Petrie's "History of Egypt", vol. I, p. 37). Saaru is another name "for the inhabitants of Mt. Seir" (Rawlinson's "History of Egypt", ch. 22). Khufu, then, was a foreign King whose domain extended from Mt. Seir to Lower Egypt during and after the time of Joseph. Petra is in Mount Seir. Dr. Meredith and I visited, in 1957, the domain of Cheops, both in Egypt and in Mt. Seir.
Mt. Seir was famous in history as the "Land of Uz" (Vol. III of "Clarke's Commentary", preface to Book of Job). Uz was a descendant of Seir the Horite (Gen. 36:28). The Arabs preserve a corrupt record of Cheops of Mt. Seir or of the Land of Uz. They call him the "wizard of Oz."
Now what individual who dwelled in Uz was arrogant, repented of his sin and wrote a Sacred Book?
None other than JOB!
And the Sacred Book is the Book of Job!
Job -- AS MR. ARMSTRONG LONG AGO PERCEIVED -- could be none other than the Cheops who built the Great Pyramid! The ancient Greeks called Job "Cheops" -- pronouncing the letters "ch" almost as if they were an "h." We call Job "Hiob" in German -- and we pronounce the final "b" as if it were a "p" much as the Greeks did. Plainly, Cheops is but an altered pronunciation of Job! (Herman Hoeh, Who Built the Great Pyramid?, Plain Truth, May 1964.)The highlighted sentence is the important part of the article. HWA (incorrectly) perceived that the Great Pyramid was built by the biblical Job and since he was the leader those immediately under him went along with that ridiculous idea. That idea was quite common within Pyramidology. HWA probably started dabbling with that strand of nonsense as early as the 1930s.
It is complete nonsense to say that Job and Cheops were the same man. That claim is wildly wrong.