Job, 37

Job, 37

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Job 37 is a chapter that speaks to the power of God and His ability to control the weather. It begins with a description of God's power over the thunder and lightning, and how He uses them to bring about His will. The chapter then goes on to describe how God uses the wind to bring about His will, and how He uses the clouds to bring about rain. The chapter ends with a reminder that God is in control of all things, and that He is the one who brings about justice and righteousness. This chapter is a reminder of the power of God and His ability to control the weather. It is a reminder that God is in control of all things, and that He is the one who brings about justice and righteousness. It is also a reminder that God is the one who brings about rain and other forms of weather, and that He is the one who can bring about good or bad weather. This chapter is a reminder that God is in control of all things, and that He is the one who brings about justice and righteousness.


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