Job 12: "Zophar's air of superiority aroused the ire of Job,
who answered with heavy sarcasm: 'Thou are the people without doubt, and wisdom
shall die with you.' He declared that his understanding was not inferior to
theirs (Job 12:1-5). He then advanced incontestable facts:  The wicked
prosper in spite of the dogma of his friends (v 6).  God is both wise and
omnipotent (v 7--Job 13:2)" (GEM).
THE TENTS OF MARAUDERS ARE UNDISTURBED, AND THOSE WHO
PROVOKE GOD ARE SECURE: This idea is developed further by Job in Job 21:7-15
-- where the vanity of the wicked is emphasized and the context of this verse is
THE LORD: "Yahweh", but some mss substitute
Vv 12,13: Men grow wise with age and experience. But God is
older and more experienced than any man.
The twin calamities of drought and flood: too little and too
much water. God is in control of all these factors.