Job 36 & 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 to 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.