Job, reproving the uncharitable spirit of Bildad,
Job 26:1 Iob aunswered, and sayde: Job 26:2 Who hast thou helped? Him that is without strength? sauest thou the arme that hath no strength? Job 26:3 Where is the counsayle that thou shouldest geue him which hath no wisdome? Hast thou shewed the way of right lyuing? Job 26:4 To whom hast thou spoken these wordes? who made the breath to come out of thy mouth?
acknowledgeth the power of God to be infinite and unsearchable.
Job 26:5 Are not dead thinges shapen vnder the waters, and thinges by the waters side? Job 26:6 He is naked before him, and the very destruction it selfe can not be hyd out of his sight. Job 26:7 He stretcheth out the noorth ouer the emptie place, and hangeth the earth vpon nothing. Job 26:8 He byndeth the water in his cloudes, & the cloude is not broken vnder them. Job 26:9 He holdeth backe the face of his throne, and spreadeth his cloude before it. Job 26:10 He hath compassed the waters with certayne boundes, vntill the day and night come to an ende. Job 26:11 The very pillers of heauen tremble and quake at his reproofe. Job 26:12 He stilleth the sea with his power, and through his wysdome smyteth he the strength therof. Job 26:13 His spirite hath garnished the heauens, & his hand hath made the crooked serpent. Job 26:14 Lo, this is now a short summe of his wayes: but howe litle a portion heare we of hym? who can vnderstande the thunder of his power?