As Job continues his response to Eliphaz, who has said that evil people are quickly judged in this life, Job restates that evil people often continue in their evil and victimize the needy and weak. And they live their lives with apparent impunity to the judgement of God. But, Job says, God is watching, and then He does take action and they are cut off.
When, in chapter 25 Bildad speaks for a third time, he talks about how true and awesome God is. And he thinks he is saying something that Job does not know and needs to hear.
But in chapter 26, Job’s response is basically, “Duh! Tell me something I don’t know. Your words are no help to me.” And then he gives a much more eloquent description of who God is and the majesty of His power.
At this point, Job is fed up with his friends that have spoken. They have done all they could to convince Job that he must have done something to deserve what has happened to him, and he has steadfastly held that he is innocent. But there is one who has come to visit Job who has not yet spoken. We will soon hear from him.
Then Job will speak again, and the finale will begin in chapter 38, when God Himself speaks. Believe me, you won’t want to miss that.