“Will it make many supplications to you?
Will it speak soft words to you?
Will it make a covenant with you?
Will it be taken as your servant forever?
Will you play with it as with a bird?
Will you put it on a leash for your girls?
Will traders bargain over it?
Will they divide it up among the merchants?
Can you fill its skin with harpoons?
Can you fill its head with fishing spears?
Lay hands on it!
Think of the battle!
You will not do it again!
Any hope of capturing it will be disappointed.
The gods were even overwhelmed at the sight of it.
No one is so fierce as to dare to stir it up.
Who can stand before it?
Who can confront it?
Who can be safe?
No one under the whole heaven can confront it?”
Like the popular children’s movie series, How to Train a Dragon, how are you to handle this big sea monster? However, this is not a play thing. Yahweh asks who can confront this Leviathan. Will it pray softy for him? Will it make a treaty with him? Would you play with it or put it on a leash? Do the traders buy and sell it? Could you put spears and harpoons into it? Leviathan cannot be captured because even the gods are overwhelmed seeing it. No one under the heavens could confront it or stand up to it. The Leviathan was the original bully since it did whatever it wanted to do.