Job 26 121-2What a big help you are to me— poor, weak man that I am! 3You give such good advice and share your knowledge with a fool like me! 4Who do you think will hear all your words? Who inspired you to speak like this? [Bildad][Z] 5The spirits of the dead tremble in the waters under the earth. 6The world of the dead lies open to God; no covering shields it from his sight. 7God stretched out the northern sky and hung the earth in empty space. 8It is God who fills the clouds with water and keeps them from bursting with the weight. 9He hides the full moon behind a cloud. 10He divided light from darkness by a circle drawn on the face of the sea. 11When he threatens the pillars that hold up the sky, they shake and tremble with fear. 12It is his strength that conquered the sea;[A] by his skill he destroyed the monster Rahab.[B] 13It is his breath that made the sky clear, and his hand that killed the escaping monster.[C] 14But these are only hints of his power, only the whispers that we have heard. Who can know how truly great God is?
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