Job got his wish. God spoke to him in a whirlwind and will give Job a chance to question Him. But first, God asks Job several questions. God's questions focus Job on who God is, highlighting his power, his creativity, his eternality and other attributes. God wants Job to see things from a different perspective, and He reminds Job of just how different His perspective is compared to the one of His created being. Is there anything in this passage (including all that follows) that could help you to think about God in times of question?