God is to be feared because of his great works.
Job 37:1 At this my hert is astonnied, and moued out of his place. Job 37:2 Heare then the sounde of his voyce, and the noyse yt goeth out of his mouth. Job 37:3 He gouerneth euery thinge vnder the heauen, and his light reacheth vnto the ende of the worlde. Job 37:4 A roaringe voyce foloweth him: for his glorious magesty geueth soch a thondre clappe, that (though a man heare it) yet maye he not perceaue it afterwarde. It geueth an horrible sownde, Job 37:5 when God sendeth out his voyce: greate thinges doth he, which we can not coprehende. Job 37:6 When he commaundeth the snowe, it falleth vpon the earth: As soone as he geueth the rayne a charge, Immediatly the showers haue their strength and fall downe Job 37:7 He sendeth feare vpon euery man, that they might knowe their owne workes. Job 37:8 The beestes crepe in to their dennes, & take their rest. Job 37:9 Out of the south commeth the tempest, and colde out of the north. Job 37:10 At the breth of God, the frost commeth, & the waters are shed abrode. Job 37:11 The cloudes do their laboure in geuynge moystnesse, the cloudes poure downe their rayne. Job 37:12 He distributeth also on euery syde, acordinge as it pleaseth him to deale out his workes, that they maye do, what so euer he commaundeth the thorow the whole worlde: Job 37:13 whether it be to punysh eny londe, or to do good vnto them, that seke him. Job 37:14 Herken vnto this (o Iob) stonde still, and considre the wonderous workes of God.
His wisdom is unsearchable in them.
Job 37:15 Art thou of coucel with God, when he doth these thinges? When he causeth the light to come forth of his cloudes? Job 37:16 Art thou of his coucell, when he spredeth out the cloudes? Hast thou the perfecte knowlege of his wonders? Job 37:17 and how thy clothes are warme, whe the lode is still thorow the south wynde? Job 37:18 hast thou helped him to spred out the heauen, which is to loke vpo, as it were cast of cleare metall? Job 37:19 Teach vs what we shal saye vnto hi, for we are vnmete because of darcknes. Job 37:20 Shal it be tolde him, what I saye? Shulde a man speake, or shulde he kepe it backe? Job 37:21 For euery ma seith not the light, yt he kepeth cleare in the cloudes, which he clenseth whan he maketh the wynde to blowe. Job 37:22 Golde is brought out of the north, but the prayse and honoure off Gods feare commeth fro God himself. Job 37:23 It is not we that can fynde out the allmightie: for in power, equite and rigtuousnesse he is hyer then can be expressed. Job 37:24 Seinge then that euery body feareth him, why shulde not all wyse men also stode in feare of hi?