I know Lord that you are just the same. So powerful and mighty that you can do anything you wish to do. I had no right to even question your ways or expect you to regard my complaints. Truly I spoke foolishly and out of turn. You have confronted me as I asked and I have seen you as I asked, but you are so great that what I have seen has reduced me to nothing. I am sorry for the way I spoke and regret not having just kept silent, as true faith and humility would act. I am reduced to nothing and repent in dust and ashes. (Thy will be done, Lord.)
Epilogue. Finally the Lord addressed his anger towards Eliphaz, Bildad and Zophar, for not speaking the truth concerning Himself as Job had done. They were told to go to Job and there offer sacrifices of seven bulls and seven rams for themselves, and that Job would pray for them. Job’s prayer was accepted by the Lord. ( a change of attitude for Job towards his friends) Later Job’s prosperity was returned to Him., twice as much as he had before. All his relatives came to eat at his house and each one gave him a sum of money and a gold ring. His later years were blessed more than the first. He had fourteen thousand sheep and six thousand camels, two thousand oxen and a thousand donkeys He had a further three daughters and seven sons The daughters were called Jemimah, Keziah and Keren. They were the best looking girls in the country, and though it was usual for only the sons to get an inheritance, Job granted them one as well. Scripture says that Job lived on another 140 years and saw his children through four generations, and then.... he died.