1Bildad of Shuah spoke next. He said: 2What sovereignty, what awe, is his who creates peace on his heights! 3Who can count his armies? Against whom does his lightning not surge forth? 4Could anyone think God regards him as virtuous, the child of woman as pure! 5Why, the very moon lacks lustre, the very stars seem impure to him! The Shadows tremble underneaththe earth, the waters and their denizens are afraid. 6How much less a human, this maggot, the child of man, this worm! Before his eyes, Sheol is bare,Perdition itself is uncovered. 7He it was who spread the North above the void and poised the earth on nothingness. 8He fastens up the waters in his clouds, without the clouds giving way under their weight. 9He covers the face of the full moon, spreading his cloud across it. 10He has traced a ring on the surface of the waters, at the boundary between light and dark. 11The pil ars of the heavens tremble, awe-struck at his threats. 12By his power, he has whipped up the Sea, by his skil , he has crushed Rahab. 13His breath has made the heavens luminous, his hand transfixed the Fleeing Serpent. 14This is only a fraction of what he has done and al we catch of it is the feeblest echo. But who canconceive the thunder of his power?
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