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  1. 1. But Job
    H347
    answered
    H6030
    and said,
    H559
  2. 2. Oh that
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    my grief
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    were throughly
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    weighed,
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    and my calamity
    H1942
    H1962
    laid
    H5375
    in the balances
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    together!
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  3. 3. For now it would be heavier
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    than the sand
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    of the sea:
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    therefore my words
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    are swallowed up.
    H3886
  4. 4. For the arrows
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    of the Almighty
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    are within
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    me, the poison
    H2534
    whereof drinketh up
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    my spirit:
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    the terrors
    H1161
    of God
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    do set themselves in array
    H6186
    against me.
  5. 5. Doth the wild ass
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    bray
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    when he hath grass?
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    or loweth
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    the ox
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    over his fodder?
    H1098
  6. 6. Can that which is unsavoury
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    be eaten
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    without salt?
    H4417
    or is there
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    any taste
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    in the white
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    of an egg?
    H2495
  7. 7. The things that my soul
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    refused
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    to touch
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    are as my sorrowful
    H1741
    meat.
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  8. 8. Oh that I might have
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    my request;
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    and that God
    H433
    would grant
    H5414
    me the thing that I long for!
    H8615
  9. 9. Even that it would please
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    God
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    to destroy
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    me; that he would let loose
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    his hand,
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    and cut me off!
    H1214
  10. 10. Then should I yet have comfort;
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    yea, I would harden
    H5539
    myself in sorrow:
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    let him not spare;
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    for I have not concealed
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    the words
    H561
    of the Holy One.
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  11. 11. What is my strength,
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    that I should hope?
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    and what is mine end,
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    that I should prolong
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    my life?
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  12. 12. Is my strength
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    the strength
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    of stones?
    H68
    or is my flesh
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    of brass?
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  13. 13. Is not my help
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    in me? and is wisdom
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    driven quite
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    from me?
  14. 14. To him that is afflicted
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    pity
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    should be shewed from his friend;
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    but he forsaketh
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    the fear
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    of the Almighty.
    H7706
  15. 15. My brethren
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    have dealt deceitfully
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    as a brook,
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    and as the stream
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    of brooks
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    they pass away;
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  16. 16. Which are blackish
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    by reason of the ice,
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    and wherein the snow
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    is hid:
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  17. 17. What time
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    they wax warm,
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    they vanish:
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    when it is hot,
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    they are consumed out
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    of their place.
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  18. 18. The paths
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    of their way
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    are turned aside;
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    they go
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    to nothing,
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    and perish.
    H6
  19. 19. The troops
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    of Tema
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    looked,
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    the companies
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    of Sheba
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    waited
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    for them.
  20. 20. They were confounded
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    because they had hoped;
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    they came
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    thither, and were ashamed.
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  21. 21. For now ye are nothing; ye see
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    my casting down,
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    and are afraid.
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  22. 22. Did I say,
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    Bring
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    unto me? or, Give a reward
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    for me of your substance?
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  23. 23. Or, Deliver
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    me from the enemy's
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    hand?
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    or, Redeem
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    me from the hand
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    of the mighty?
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  24. 24. Teach
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    me, and I will hold my tongue:
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    and cause me to understand
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    wherein I have erred.
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  25. 25. How forcible
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    are right
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    words!
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    but what doth your arguing
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    reprove?
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  26. 26. Do ye imagine
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    to reprove
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    words,
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    and the speeches
    H561
    of one that is desperate,
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    which are as wind?
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  27. 27. Yea, ye overwhelm
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    the fatherless,
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    and ye dig
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    a pit for your friend.
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  28. 28. Now therefore be content,
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    look
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    upon me; for it is evident
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    unto you if I lie.
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  29. 29. Return,
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    I pray you, let it not be iniquity;
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    yea, return again,
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    my righteousness
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    is in it.
  30. 30. Is there
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    iniquity
    H5766
    in my tongue?
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    cannot my taste
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    discern
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    perverse things?
    H1942

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