. . . "At God's insistence Job must confront what he fears most. He faces the chaos and the cosmos, his immediate situation and the larger picture. As he does, his blinders fall off. He says, "I had heard of you by the hearing of the ear, but now my eye sees you" (42:5). His narrow moral framework gives way to a cosmic vision of the Divine. His question is never answered. He is comforted not by an explanation but by a vision. The chaos is still there, but so is God, and that is enough. Job is offered something more than answers: he is assured of God's Presence." . . .