Then Jobaresponded ,
2"What a help you are to b1the weak ! How you have saved the arm2withoutstrength !
3"Whatcounsel you have given to one withoutwisdom ! What helpfulinsight you have abundantlycprovided !
"To whom have you utteredwords ? And whosedspirit was expressedthrough you?
"The e3departedspiritstrembleUnder the waters and their inhabitants.
6"Naked is f4Sheolbefore Him, And g5Abaddonhasnocovering.
"He 6stretches out the northoveremptyspace And hangs the earth on nothing.
"He 7wraps up the waters in His clouds, And the cloud does not burstunder them.
"He h8obscures the face of the ifullmoon And spreads His cloudover it.
"He has inscribed a 9circle on the surface of the waters At the 10boundary of light and darkness.
"The pillars of heaventremble And are amazed at His rebuke.
"He 11quieted the sea with His power, And by His 12understanding He shattered13Rahab.
"By His breath the 14heavens are jcleared ; His hand has pierced15the fleeingserpent.
14"Behold, these are the fringes of His ways ; And howfaint16a word we hear of Him! But His mighty17thunder, who can understand ?"