God begins with an awakening challenge, ver. 1-3.
Proceeds to several proofs of Job's inability to contend with him,
because of his ignorance and weakness: for he knew nothing of the
founding of the earth, ver. 4-7. The limiting of the sea, ver. 8- 11. Of
the morning light, ver. 12-15. The recesses of the sea and earth, ver.
16-21. Of the treasures in the clouds, ver. 22-27. He could do nothing
toward the making of his own soul, the producing of rain, frost,
lightning, or the directing of the stars and their influences, ver.
28-38. He could not provide for the lions or the ravens, ver. 39-41. How
then should he direct God's secret counsels? Here God takes up the
argument, begun by Elihu, and prosecutes it in inimitable words,
exceeding his, and all other mens in the loftiness of the style, as much
as thunder does a whisper.