The Book of Job is an interesting attempt by one person to bring God to justice. He needs to have his day in court. The only problem is that he cannot find a judge powerful enough to summon God to court. And so his is an exercise in futility. It is this frustration that forms the heart of his discourse, and the heart of his tirade against God. Will God show up or not? While God never really shows up in court, he does respond to the charges leveled against him by Job.