This chapter contains Job's answer to the last speech of the Lord's, in
which he acknowledges his omnipotence, and his certain performance of
his purposes and pleasure; owns his own folly and ignorance, and
confesses his sins; for which he abhorred himself, and of which he
repented, \\#Job 42:1-6\\; it also gives an account of the Lord's decision
of the controversy between Job and his friends, blaming them and
commending him above them; and ordered them to take sacrifices and go
to Job and offer them, who should pray for them and be accepted, which
was done, \\#Job 42:7-9\\; and it closes with a relation of the great
prosperity Job was restored unto, in which he lived and died,
\\#Job 42:10-17\\.