In this chapter Elihu reassumes his discourse, and proceeds in his
answer to Job, in which are first a preface exciting attention,
\\#Job 34:1-4\\; then a charge is brought against Job, expressed in or
extracted from some words that dropped from his lips, not so well
guarded, \\#Job 34:5-9\\; a refutation of these expressions of his in a
variety of arguments, \\#Job 34:10-30\\; and the chapter is closed with
some good advice to Job, \\#Job 34:31-33\\; and with an earnest request
of Elihu to men of understanding, to join with him in trying him to the
uttermost, \\#Job 34:34-37\\.