In the firelight he saw Bildad lying motionless across the logs.
Bildad, thou used to be good at sharpening a lance, mend that pen, will ye.
We are made to feel that beneath the promise of returning honour and joy with which Bildad closes there is an if.
“The first thing in order is to get Bildad to the top of the cliff,” said Canaris.
Is there wisdom with the ancient, those who live long, as Bildad says?
The struggle with Bildad was the last tangible recollection.
And the speech of Bildad is irritating just because everything is omitted which might give a hinge or loop to Job's criticism.
The kid shot Pedro Johnson, one of Bildad's most prominent and—'
"The first thing in order is to get Bildad to the top of the cliff," said Canaris.
Bildad meant, it appears, to shift from Job the burden of his children's fate.
son of contention, one of Job's friends. He is called "the Shuhite," probably as belonging to Shuah, a district in Arabia, in which Shuah, the sixth son of Abraham by Keturah, settled (Gen. 25:2). He took part in each of the three controversies into which Job's friends entered with him (Job 8:1; 18:1; 25:1), and delivered three speeches, very severe and stern in their tone, although less violent than those of Zophar, but more so than those of Eliphaz.