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Job 9

Then Job
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answered
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and said
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I know
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[it is] so of a truth
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but how should man
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be just
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with God
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{with God: or, before God?}
If he will
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contend
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with him, he cannot answer
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him one
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of a thousand
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[He is] wise
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in heart
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and mighty
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in strength
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who hath hardened
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[himself] against him, and hath prospered
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Which removeth
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the mountains
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and they know
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not: which overturneth
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them in his anger
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Which shaketh
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the earth
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out of her place
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and the pillars
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thereof tremble
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Which commandeth
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the sun
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and it riseth
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not; and sealeth up
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the stars
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Which alone spreadeth out
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the heavens
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and treadeth
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upon the waves
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of the sea
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{waves: Heb. heights}
Which maketh
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Arcturus
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Orion
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and Pleiades
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and the chambers
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of the south
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{Arcturus...: Heb. Ash, Cesil, and Cimah}
Which doeth
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great things
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past
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finding out
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yea, and wonders
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without number
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Lo, he goeth
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by me, and I see
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[him] not: he passeth on
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also, but I perceive
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him not.
Behold, he taketh away
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who can hinder
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him? who will say
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unto him, What doest
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thou? {hinder...: Heb. turn him away?}
[If] God
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will not withdraw
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his anger
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the proud
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helpers
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do stoop
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under him. {proud...: Heb. helpers of pride, or, strength}
How much less shall I answer
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him, [and] choose out
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my words
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[to reason] with him?
Whom, though I were righteous
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[yet] would I not answer
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[but] I would make supplication
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to my judge
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If I had called
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and he had answered
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me; [yet] would I not believe
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that he had hearkened
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unto my voice
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For he breaketh
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me with a tempest
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and multiplieth
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my wounds
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without cause
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He will not suffer
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me to take
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my breath
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but filleth
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me with bitterness
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If [I speak] of strength
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lo, [he is] strong
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and if of judgment
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who shall set
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me a time [to plead]?
If I justify
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myself, mine own mouth
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shall condemn
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me: [if I say], I [am] perfect
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it shall also prove me perverse
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[Though] I [were] perfect
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[yet] would I not know
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my soul
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I would despise
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my life
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This [is] one
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[thing], therefore I said
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[it], He destroyeth
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the perfect
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and the wicked
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If the scourge
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slay
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suddenly
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he will laugh
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at the trial
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of the innocent
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The earth
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is given
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into the hand
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of the wicked
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he covereth
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the faces
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of the judges
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thereof; if not, where
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[and] who [is] he?
Now my days
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are swifter
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than a post
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they flee away
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they see
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no good
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They are passed away
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as
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the swift
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ships
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as the eagle
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[that] hasteth
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to the prey
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{swift...: or, ships of Ebeh: Heb. ships of desire}
If I say
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I will forget
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my complaint
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I will leave off
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my heaviness
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and comfort
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[myself]:
I am afraid
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of all my sorrows
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I know
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that thou wilt not hold me innocent
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[If] I be wicked
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why then labour
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I in vain
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If I wash
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myself with
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snow water
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and make my hands
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never
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so clean
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Yet
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shalt thou plunge
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me in the ditch
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and mine own clothes
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shall abhor
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me. {abhor...: or, make me to be abhorred}
For [he is] not a man
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as I [am, that] I should answer
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him, [and] we should come
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together
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in judgment
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Neither is
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there any daysman
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betwixt us, [that] might lay
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his hand
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upon us both
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{any...: Heb. one that should argue} {daysman: or, umpire}
Let him take
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his rod
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away
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from me, and let not his fear
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terrify
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me:
[Then] would I speak
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and not fear
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him; but [it is] not so with me. {it is...: Heb. I am not so with myself}


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