“Elihu continued, and said.
‘Bear with me a little!
I will show you.
I have yet something to say on God’s behalf.
I will bring my knowledge from far away.
I ascribe righteousness to my Maker.
Truly my words are not false.
One who is perfect in knowledge is with you.’”
Elihu has no qualms about himself. He becomes both like a prophet speaking for God and a wise man with perfect wisdom. He kept asking Job to let him explain himself. He was not speaking falsely since he was speaking for God with perfect knowledge. Elihu now sounds like the self-righteous person that he was condemning Job for being.