Job 37:14

14 “Listen to this, Job; stop and consider God’s wonders.

Job 37:14 in Other Translations

KJV
14 Hearken unto this, O Job: stand still, and consider the wondrous works of God.
ESV
14 "Hear this, O Job; stop and consider the wondrous works of God.
NLT
14 “Pay attention to this, Job. Stop and consider the wonderful miracles of God!
MSG
14 "Job, are you listening? Have you noticed all this? Stop in your tracks! Take in God's miracle-wonders!
CSB
14 Listen to this, Job. Stop and consider God's wonders.

Job 37:14 Meaning and Commentary

Job 37:14

Hearken unto this, O Job
Either to the present clap of thunder then heard; or rather to what Elihu had last said concerning clouds of rain coming for correction or mercy; and improve it and apply it to his own case, and consider whether the afflictions he was under were for the reproof and correction of him for sin, or in mercy and love to his soul and for his good, as both might be the case; or to what he had further to say to him, which was but little more, and he should conclude;

stand still;
stand up, in order to hear better, and in reverence of what might be said; and with silence, that it might be the better received and understood:

and consider the wondrous works of God;
not prodigies and extraordinary things, which are out of the common course of nature, such as the wonders in Egypt, at the Red sea, in the wilderness, and in the land of Canaan, but common things; such as come more or less under daily observation, for of such only he had been speaking, and continued to speak; such as winds, clouds, thunder, lightning, hail, rain, and snow; these he would have him consider and reflect upon, that though they were so common and obvious to view, yet there were some things in them marvellous and beyond the full comprehension of men; and therefore much more must be the works of Providence, and the hidden causes and reasons of them.

Job 37:14 In-Context

12 At his direction they swirl around over the face of the whole earth to do whatever he commands them.
13 He brings the clouds to punish people, or to water his earth and show his love.
14 “Listen to this, Job; stop and consider God’s wonders.
15 Do you know how God controls the clouds and makes his lightning flash?
16 Do you know how the clouds hang poised, those wonders of him who has perfect knowledge?

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