Then Job answered:
"You are no help to the helpless! You have not aided the weak!
Your advice lacks wisdom! You have shown little understanding!
Who has helped you say these words? And where did you get these ideas?
"The spirits of the dead tremble, those who are beneath and in the waters.
Death is naked before God; destruction is uncovered before him.
God stretches the northern sky out over empty space and hangs the earth on nothing.
He wraps up the waters in his thick clouds, but the clouds do not break under their weight.
He covers the face of the moon, spreading his clouds over it.
He draws the horizon like a circle on the water at the place where light and darkness meet.
Heaven's foundations shake when he thunders at them.
With his power he quiets the sea; by his wisdom he destroys Rahab, the sea monster.
He breathes, and the sky clears. His hand stabs the fleeing snake.
And these are only a small part of God's works. We only hear a small whisper of him.