“O, I know your thoughts.
I know your schemes to wrong me.
For you say.
‘Where is the house of the prince?
Where is the tent in which the wicked live?’
Have you not asked those who travel the roads?
Do you not accept their testimony?
The wicked are spared in the day of calamity.
The wicked are rescued in the day of wrath.
Who declares their way to their face?
Who repays them for what they have done?
When are they carried to the grave?
A watch is kept over their tomb.
The clods of the valley are sweet to them.
Everyone will follow after.
Those who went before are innumerable.
How then will you comfort me with empty nothings?
There is nothing left of your answers but falsehood.”
Job continued to respond to his detractors. In the end he called them liars. They were trying to wrong him. Where was the house of the wicked? Where were their tents? Ask anyone you meet on the roads. The wicked will be rescued and spared from disaster on the day of wrath. Who got in their face? Who repaid them for what they did? The wicked dead ones have a grave, a tomb, and someone to watch over them. There were many examples of this. He did not want them to try to comfort him with empty sayings. They were answering falsely.