God is to be feared because of his great works.
Job 37:1 At this also my heart is astonied, and moued out of his place. Job 37:2 Heare then the sounde of his voyce, & the noyse that goeth out of his mouth. Job 37:3 He directeth it vnder the whole heauen, and his light vnto the endes of the worlde. Job 37:4 A roring voyce foloweth it: for his glorious maiestie geueth a thuder clappe, & he will not stay whe his voyce is heard. Job 37:5 God thundreth marueylously with his voyce, great thinges doth he which we can not comprehend. Job 37:6 He commaundeth the snow, and it falleth vpon earth: he geueth the rayne a charge, and the showres haue their strength and fall downe. Job 37:7 With the force of the rayne he shutteth men vp, that all men may knowe his workes. Job 37:8 The beastes creepe into their dennes, and remaine in their places. Job 37:9 Out of the south commeth the tempest, and colde out from the north winde. Job 37:10 At the breath of God the hoare frost is geuen, and the brode waters are frosen. Job 37:11 He maketh the cloudes to labour in geuing moystnesse, and againe with his light he dryueth away the cloude. Job 37:12 He turneth the heauens about by his gouernement, that they may do whatsoeuer he commaundeth them vpon the whole worlde. Job 37:13 Whether it be for punishment, or for his lande, or to do good to them that seeke him. Job 37:14 Hearken vnto this O Iob, stand still, and consider the wonderous workes of God.
His wisdom is unsearchable in them.
Job 37:15 Didst thou know when God disposed them? & caused the light of his cloudes to shine? Job 37:16 Hast thou knowen the varietie of the cloudes, and the wonderous workes of him which is perfect in knowledge? Job 37:17 And how thy clothes are warme, when the lande is stil through the south winde? Job 37:18 Hast thou helped him to spreade out the heauens which are strong and bright as a loking glasse? Job 37:19 Teache vs what we shall saye vnto him: for we are vnmeete to frame our talke because of darkenesse. Job 37:20 Shall it be tolde him what I saye? Shall man speake when he shalbe destroyed? Job 37:21 For men see not the light that shineth in the cloudes: but the winde passeth and cleanseth them. Job 37:22 The faire weather commeth out of the north, the prayse thereof is to God who is terrible. Job 37:23 It is the almightie, we can not finde him out: he is excellent in power and iudgement, and aboundaunt in iustice: he afflicteth not. Job 37:24 Let men therefore feare him: for there shall no man see him that is wyse in his owne conceit.