1 / Ebr. was just in his owne eyes.
1 ! Elihu reproueth them of foly.
2 c By making him self innocent and, by charging God of rigour.
2 a Which came of Buz the sonne of Hahor Abrahams brother.
2 b Or, as the Chalde paraphrast readeth, Abram.
4 d That is, the thre mencioned before.
7 e Meaning, the ancient, which haue experience.
8 ! Age maketh not a man wise, but the Spirit of God.
8 f It is a special gift of God that man hathe vnderstanding, and cometh nether of nature nor by age.
11 g To proue that Jobs affliction came for his sinnes.
13 h And flatter your selues, as thogh you had ouercome him.
14 k He vseth almost the like arguments, but without tanning, and reproches.
18 l I haue conceiued in my minde great store of reasons.
21 m I wil nerher haue regarde to riches, credit nor autoritie, but wil speake the verie trueth.
22 n The Ebrew worde signifieth to change the name, as to call a foole a wise mans meaning that he wolde not cloke the trueth to flatter men.