and the rumbling that comes from his mouth.
4 After it khis voice roars;
lhe thunders with his majestic voice,
and he does not restrain the lightnings1 when his voice is heard.
6 For to othe snow he says, ‘Fall on the earth,’
likewise to the downpour, his mighty downpour.
7 He pseals up the hand of every man,
that all men whom he made may qknow it.
8 Then the beasts go into their rlairs,
and remain in their sdens.
and vcold from the scattering winds.
10 By the breath of God wice is given,
and xthe broad waters are frozen fast.
the clouds scatter his lightning.
zto accomplish all that he commands them
on the face of athe habitable world.
or for dlove, he causes it to happen.
stop and econsider the wondrous works of God.
and causes the lightning of his cloud to shine?
16 Do you know the balancings2 of the clouds,
the wondrous works of him who is fperfect in knowledge,
when the earth is still because of the south wind?
18 Can you, like him, gspread out the skies,
hard as a cast metal hmirror?
we cannot draw up our case because of idarkness.
Did a man ever wish that he would be swallowed up?
when it is bright in the skies,
when the wind has passed and cleared them.
God is clothed with jawesome majesty.
23 The Almighty—we kcannot find him;
he is lgreat in power;
24 Therefore men ofear him;
Hebrew in heart