“God thunders wondrously with his voice; he does great things that we cannot comprehend” (v5). When Job’s friend Elihu finished speculating about Job’s sins and instead focused on God’s majesty, his speeches began to truly honor the Creator. He tells Job to “stop and consider the wondrous works of God” (v14), things like commanding the snow and ice and all His creatures. Elihu’s point is that we can’t do the things that God can do, and therefore we shouldn’t question Him (v15-19).
“Justice and abundant righteousness He will not violate” (v23). God is perfect, yet He invites us, like Job, to bring our struggles and questions into His presence.