3 a He declareth that two things moued him to speake: to wit, because Job semed to touche him & because he thoght he had knowledge sufficient to confute him.
6 b His purpose is to proue Job to be a wicked man, & an hypocrite, because God punished him, and changed his prosperitie into aduersitie.
10 c Where as the father through ambition & tyrannie appressed the poore, the children through pouertie & miserie that seke fauour at the pore.
10 d So that the thing, which he hathe taken away by violence, shalbe restored againe by force.
12 f As poyson that is swete in the mouthe bringeth destruction, when it cometh into the body: so all vice at the first is pleasant, but afterward God turneth it to destruction.
16 g We compareth euil gotten goods to the venum of aspes, which serpent is moste dangerous: noting that Jobs great riches were not truly come by, & therefore God did plague him justely for the same.
18 i That is, these raueners & spoilers of the poore shal enjoye their theft but for a time: for after God wil take it from them and cause them to make restitution, so that it is but an exchange.
22 ! Thogh for a time they florish.
26 p That is, fyre from heaven, or the fyre of Gods wrath.
29 s Against God, thinking to excuse himselfe and to escape Gods hand.