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  1. 1. Then Job
    H347
    answered
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    and said,
    H559
  2. 2. I know
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    it is so of a truth:
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    but how should man
    H582
    be just
    H6663
    with God?
    H410
  3. 3. 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.
    H505
  4. 4. He is wise
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    in heart,
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    and mighty
    H533
    in strength:
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    who hath hardened
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    himself against him, and hath prospered?
    H7999
  5. 5. 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.
    H639
  6. 6. Which shaketh
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    the earth
    H776
    out of her place,
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    and the pillars
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    thereof tremble.
    H6426
  7. 7. 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.
    H3556
  8. 8. 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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  9. 9. 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.
    H8486
  10. 10. Which doeth
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    great things
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    past
    H369
    finding out;
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    yea, and wonders
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    without number.
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  11. 11. 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.
  12. 12. 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?
  13. 13. 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.
  14. 14. 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?
  15. 15. 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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  16. 16. 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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  17. 17. 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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  18. 18. 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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  19. 19. 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?
  20. 20. 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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  21. 21. 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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  22. 22. 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.
    H7563
  23. 23. 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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  24. 24. The earth
    H776
    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?
  25. 25. 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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  26. 26. 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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  27. 27. 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:
  28. 28. 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.
    H5352
  29. 29. If I be wicked,
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    why then labour
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    I in vain?
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  30. 30. If I wash
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    myself with
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    snow water,
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    H4325
    and make my hands
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    never
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    H1253
    so clean;
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  31. 31. 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.
  32. 32. 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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  33. 33. 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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  34. 34. 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:
  35. 35. Then would I speak,
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    and not fear
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    him; but it is not so with me.

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