4 b He chargeth Job with this, that he shulde say, that the thing, which he spake, ws true, and that he was without sinne in the sight of God.
6 c Which is, not to stand in justifying of thy self: he signifieth that man wil neuer be ouercome, whiles he reasoneth with another, and therefore God must breake of the controuersie, and stop mans mouth.
8 d That is, this perfection of God & man be not able to comprehend the height of the heauen the depth of hel, the length of the earth, the breadth of the sea, which are but creatures: how can he atteine to the perfection of the Creator?
10 e If God shulde turne the state of things, and establish a newe ordre in nature, who colde controle him?
12 f That is, without vnderstanding: so that whatsoeuer gifts he hathe afterwarde, come of God and not of nature.
14 ! He is merciful to the repentant.
15 i He declareth what quietnes of conscience and successe in all things suche shal haue, which turne to God by true repentance.