Job 36:26-33; Job 37:1-7

26 Look, God is exalted and unknowable; the number of his years is beyond counting. 27 He draws up drops of water that distill rain from his flood; 28 the clouds pour moisture and drip continually on humans. 29 Even if one perceives a spreading cloud and the thunder of his pavilion, 30 look how he spreads lightning across it and covers the seabed; 31 for by water he judges peoples and gives food in abundance. 32 He conceals lightning in his palms and orders it to its target. 33 His thunder announces it; even cattle proclaim its rising.
1 Oh, my mind is disturbed by this and is more troubled than usual. 2 Listen closely to the rumble of his voice, the roar issuing from his mouth. 3 He looses it under the whole sky, his lightning on earth's edges. 4 After it, a voice roars; he thunders with a mighty voice, and no one can stop it when his voice is heard. 5 God roars with his wondrous voice; he does great things we can't know. 6 He says to the snow, "Fall to earth," and to the downpour of rain, "Be a mighty shower." 7 He stamps the hand of every person so all can know his work.