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Ecclesiastes

Chapter 4

  1. 1. So I returned,
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    and considered
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    all the oppressions
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    that are done
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    under the sun:
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    and behold the tears
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    of such as were oppressed,
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    and they had no comforter;
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    and on the side
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    of their oppressors
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    there was power;
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    but they had no comforter.
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  2. 2. Wherefore I praised
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    the dead
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    which are already
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    dead
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    more than the living
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    which are yet
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    alive.
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  3. 3. Yea, better
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    is he than both
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    they, which hath not yet
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    been, who hath not seen
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    the evil
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    work
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    that is done
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    under the sun.
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  4. 4. Again, I considered
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    all travail,
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    and every right
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    work,
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    that for this a man
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    is envied
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    of his neighbour.
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    This is also vanity
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    and vexation
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    of spirit.
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  5. 5. The fool
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    foldeth
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    his hands
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    together,
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    and eateth
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    his own flesh.
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  6. 6. Better
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    is an handful
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    with quietness,
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    than both the hands
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    full
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    with travail
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    and vexation
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    of spirit.
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  7. 7. Then I returned,
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    and I saw
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    vanity
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    under the sun.
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  8. 8. There is
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    one
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    alone, and there is not a second;
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    yea, he hath neither child
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    nor brother:
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    yet is there no end
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    of all his labour;
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    neither is his eye
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    satisfied
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    with riches;
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    neither saith he, For whom do I labour,
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    and bereave
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    my soul
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    of good?
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    This is also vanity,
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    yea, it is a sore
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    travail.
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  9. 9. Two
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    are better
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    than one;
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    because they have
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    a good
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    reward
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    for their labour.
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  10. 10. For if they fall,
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    the one
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    will lift up
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    his fellow:
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    but woe
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    to him that is alone
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    when he falleth;
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    for he hath not another
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    to help him up.
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  11. 11. Again,
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    if two
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    lie together,
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    then they have heat:
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    but how can one
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    be warm
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    alone?
  12. 12. And if one
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    prevail
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    against him, two
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    shall withstand
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    him; and a threefold
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    cord
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    is not quickly
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    broken.
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  13. 13. Better
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    is a poor
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    and a wise
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    child
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    than an old
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    and foolish
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    king,
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    who will
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    no more be admonished.
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  14. 14. For out of prison
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    he cometh
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    to reign;
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    whereas also he that is born
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    in his kingdom
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    becometh poor.
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  15. 15. I considered
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    all the living
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    which walk
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    under the sun,
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    with the second
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    child
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    that shall stand up
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    in his stead.
  16. 16. There is no end
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    of all the people,
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    even of all that have been before
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    them: they also that come after
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    shall not rejoice
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    in him. Surely this also is vanity
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    and vexation
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    of spirit.
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