Job has turned a corner and is beginning to gain his footing once again. And it is a good thing that Job is thinking more clearly once again, because the confrontation of Job’s friends is about to get real personal. Before, the comments about the evil person have been rather generalized. “They do this,” and “he does that.” Now Eliphaz changes these statements into a direct attack against Job. “You are doing these things, Job.” In response, Job doesn’t get angry. Rather he offers a contrast between himself and the wicked.