Ecclesiastes 8:16

Overview - Ecclesiastes 8
True wisdom is modest.
Kings are to be respected.
Divine providence is to be observed.
12 It is better with the godly in adversity, than with the wicked in prosperity.
16 The work of God is unsearchable.
Treasury of Scripture Knowledge

Ecclesiastes 8:16  (King James Version)
When I applied mine heart to know wisdom, and to see the business that is done upon the earth: (for also there is that neither day nor night seeth sleep with his eyes:)

When I
Solomon here records the result of his perplexing inquiries into the affairs of men, and the purposes, providence, and works of God. And when he examined with great attention and diligence into the works of God, he found he could neither comprehend nor explain them; and was persuaded, that no application or capacity would enable a man to fathom the depth of the Divine dispensations in this lower world. How vain, then, are all cavils against Divine providence; when we can neither understand, nor comprehend it!
9 ; 7 ; 7:25

there is that
2:23 4:8 5:12 Genesis 31:40 ; Psalms 127:2