Job 36 and 37

  1. What does Elihu assert here concerning:
    (a) the character of God’s rule, and
    (b) the evidences of his greatness?
    To what conclusion about his troubles does he seek t lead Job?
  2. Of what is Elihu profoundly aware concerning:
    (a) the character and the ways of God, and
    (b) his own attempts to describe them?
    Cf. Rom. 11:33-36.

 Note. 37:20. Elihu expresses dread at the thought of contending with God.