Job 40:15-19 (NLT)
15 "Take a look at the mighty hippopotamus. I made it, just as I made you. It eats grass like an ox. 16 See its powerful loins and the muscles of its belly. 17 Its tail is as straight as a cedar. The sinews of its thighs are tightly knit together. 18 Its bones are tubes of bronze. Its limbs are bars of iron. 19 It is a prime example of God's amazing handiwork. Only its Creator can threaten it.

God had humbled Job and now in these verses He was going to deeply challenge him. God wanted to let Job know exactly who the Creator of the Universe was. God goes on to describe a great creature He created and asks who can threaten it except the Creator Himself? Obviously it was known to Job and the rest of men for its power and might.

Proverbs 29:23 says, “Pride ends in humiliation, while humility brings honor.” Many people have so much pride they are unwilling to face the fact they just might not have all the answers. They will push forward on a project, they will try to assemble something without instructions, they will try to repair what they do not understand and end up in failure. Pride takes hold and like an obsession they will try to prove to others they are something they are not. Instead of being humble and asking for help they end up costing themselves in various manners. We need to realize only God is capable of handling every situation. God is the only one who can create and manage what He makes. God is also capable of handling our needs, our problems, our concerns, our worries, and the answers to our unknown questions. We need to let go of our pride and be humble unto God. Pray that pride would no longer be a barrier in our life. Walk in humility with the Lord Jesus who showed us how to be humble. Pray and acknowledge God is capable of all things.