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Joseph said to them, “What did you think you were doing? 1 Don’t you know that a man like me can find out things like this by divination?” 2
warn 1 them of the statutes and the laws, and make known to them the way in which they must walk 2 and the work they must do. 3
On the third day 1 you should go down quickly 2 and come to the place where you hid yourself the day this all started. 3 Stay near the stone Ezel.
So I loathed 1 life 2 because what happens 3 on earth 4 seems awful to me; for all the benefits of wisdom 5 are futile – like chasing the wind.
I thought to myself, “God will judge both the righteous and the wicked; for there is an appropriate time for every activity, and there is a time of judgment 1 for every deed.
But better than both is the one who has not been born 1 and has not seen the evil things that are done on earth. 2
That entire generation passed away; 1 a new generation grew up 2 that had not personally experienced the Lord’s presence or seen what he had done for Israel. 3
Now there was an old prophet living in Bethel. 1 When his sons came home, they told their father 2 everything the prophet 3 had done in Bethel that day and all the words he had spoken to the king. 4
God has made everything fit beautifully 1 in its appropriate time, but 2 he has also placed ignorance 3 in the human heart 4 so that 5 people 6 cannot discover what God has ordained, 7 from the beginning to the end 8 of their lives. 9
Then I considered 1 all the skillful work 2 that is done: Surely it is nothing more than 3 competition 4 between one person and another. 5 This also is profitless – like 6 chasing the wind.
“‘This is what the sovereign Lord says: The gate of the inner court that faces east 1 will be closed six working days, but on the Sabbath day it will be opened and on the day of the new moon it will be opened.
then I discerned all that God has done: 1 No one really comprehends what happens 2 on earth. 3 Despite all human 4 efforts to discover it, no one can ever grasp 5 it. 6 Even if 7 a wise person claimed 8 that he understood, he would not really comprehend 9 it.