8Abraham said, “God will provide for himself the lamb for a burnt offering, my son.”
Note: In the Heb there is no preposition "for" so it literally says "God will provode himself the lamb..." leaving it ambiguous whether he himself will provode the lamb or provide himself as the lamb.
    6†know then that God has put me in the wrong         and closed his net about me.     7†Behold, I cry out, ‘Violence!’ but I am not answered;         I call for help, but there is no justice.
Note: Job finds fault with God. Where is his wisdom? Cf. 2:10 "should we not accept evil as well?"
    25‡For I know that my Redeemer lives,         and at the last he will stand upon the earth. [2]     26And after my skin has been thus destroyed,         yet in [3] my flesh I shall see God,
Note: Job's confidence is ultimately in his redeemer.
    5Look at me and be appalled,         and lay your hand over your mouth.
Note: By the end it is Job who will lay his hand over his mouth.