"Have you commanded the morning since your days began, and caused the dawn to know its place?” (v12). Job had searched for God, and now God bursts onto the scene, speaking “out of the whirlwind” (v1). Rather than directly answering Job’s questions about suffering, God points out all the wonders of creation that are safely in His hands. The secrets of the morning stars, the rain and hail, the depths of the oceans, the lions and ravens, even the gates of death itself are completely within God’s command (v17).
Elihu thought that God couldn’t be found (37:23), yet God revealed Himself to Job. The Creator of everything cares about our troubles enough to come to us.