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And Job took up his discourse again: 1
Then Job continued 2 his speech:
Slaves 1 rule over us; there is no one to rescue us from their power. 2
Then he uttered this oracle: “O, who will survive when God does this! 1
The likes of it is not on earth, a creature 1 without fear.
Balaam 1 uttered 2 his oracle, and said, “Rise up, 3 Balak, and hear; Listen to me, son of Zippor:
Then he uttered this oracle: 1 “The oracle 2 of Balaam son of Beor; the oracle of the man whose eyes are open; 3
Then he uttered this oracle: 1 “The oracle of Balaam son of Beor; the oracle of the man whose eyes are open;
Then Balaam 1 looked on Amalek and delivered this oracle: 2 “Amalek was the first 3 of the nations, but his end will be that he will perish.”
Then he looked on the Kenites and uttered this oracle: “Your dwelling place seems strong, and your nest 1 is set on a rocky cliff.
Oppressors treat my 1 people cruelly; creditors rule over them. 2 My people’s leaders mislead them; they give you confusing directions. 3
Then Balaam 1 uttered 2 his oracle, saying, “Balak, the king of Moab, brought me 3 from Aram, out of the mountains of the east, saying, ‘Come, pronounce a curse on Jacob for me; come, denounce Israel.’ 4
eighty men arrived from Shechem, Shiloh, and Samaria. 1 They had shaved off their beards, torn their clothes, and cut themselves to show they were mourning. 2 They were carrying grain offerings and incense to present at the temple of the Lord in Jerusalem. 3
And now, what do we have here?” 1 says the Lord. “Indeed my people have been carried away for nothing, those who rule over them taunt,” 2 says the Lord, “and my name is constantly slandered 3 all day long.