2 a Instead of comforte, being now at deaths dore, he had but them that mocked at him and discouraged him.
2 b I se stil that they seke but to vexe me.
3 c He reasoneth with God as a man beside him selfe to the intent that his cause might be broght to light.
3 d And answer for thee?
5 f He He that flattereth a man, and onely judgeth him happy in his prosperitie, shal not him self onely, but in his posteritie be punished.
6 h That is, as a continual sounde in their eares.
8 i To wit, when they se the godlie punished: but in the end they shal come to vnderstanding, and knowe what shal be the reward of the hypocrite.
10 ! He exhorteth his friends to repentance.
13 n Thogh I shulde hope to come from aduersitie to prosperitie, as your discours pretendeth.
14 o I haue no more hope in father, mother, sister, or anie worldely thing: for the dust and wormes shalbe to me instead of them.
16 p All worldely hope, and prosperitie faile, which you say, are onely signes of Gods fauour: but seing that these things perish, I set mine hope in God, and in the lie euerlasting.