Sarcasm

1 Then Job said:
2 How well you have helped the weak, saved those with frail arms,
3 advised one lacking wisdom, informed many with insight!
4 With whom have you spoken; whose breath was expelled from you?

Truth about God

5 The dead writhe, the inhabitants beneath the waters as well.
6 The grave is naked before God; the underworld lacks covering.
7 He stretched the North over chaos, hung earth over nothing;
8 wrapped up water in his clouds, yet they didn't burst out below;
9 hid the face of the full moon, spreading his cloud over it;
10 traced a circle on the water's surface, at the limit of light and darkness.
11 Heaven's pillars shook, terrified by his blast.
12 By his power he stilled the Sea; split Rahab with his cleverness.
13 Due to his wind, heaven became clear; his hand split the fleeing serpent.
14 Look, these are only the outer fringe of his ways; we hear only a whispered word about him. Who can understand his thunderous power?