42 And Job proceeded to answer Jehovah and say:
And there is no idea that is unattainable for you.+
Therefore I talked, but I was not understanding
Things too wonderful for me, which I do not know.+
7 And it came about after Jehovah had spoken these words to Job, that Jehovah proceeded to say to Elʹi·phaz the Teʹman·ite:
“My anger has grown hot against you and your two companions,+ for YOU men have not spoken concerning me what is truthful+ as has my servant Job. 8 And now take for yourselves seven bulls and seven rams+ and go to my servant Job,+ and YOU men must offer up a burnt sacrifice in YOUR own behalf; and Job my servant will himself pray for YOU.+ His face only I shall accept so as not to commit disgraceful folly with YOU, for YOU have not spoken concerning me what is truthful, as has my servant Job.”+
9 Accordingly Elʹi·phaz the Teʹman·ite and Bilʹdad the Shuʹhite [and] Zoʹphar the Naʹa·ma·thite went and did just as Jehovah had spoken to them; and so Jehovah accepted Job’s face.
10 And Jehovah himself turned back the captive condition of Job+ when he prayed in behalf of his companions,+ and Jehovah began to give in addition all that had been Job’s, in double amount.+ 11 And there kept coming to him all his brothers and all his sisters and all those formerly knowing him,+ and they began to eat bread with him+ in his house and to sympathize with him and to comfort him over all the calamity that Jehovah had let come upon him; and they proceeded each one to give him a piece of money* and each one a gold ring.
12 As for Jehovah, he blessed+ the end of Job afterward more than his beginning,+ so that he came to have fourteen thousand sheep* and six thousand camels and a thousand spans of cattle and a thousand she-asses. 13 He also came to have seven sons and three daughters.+ 14 And he went calling the name of the first Je·miʹmah and the name of the second Ke·ziʹah and the name of the third Kerʹen-hapʹpuch. 15 And no women were found as pretty as Job’s daughters in all the land, and their father proceeded to give them an inheritance in among their brothers.+