2 ! How weake mans power is being compared to the workes of God.
3 a Signifying that they that justifie them selues, condemn God as injust.
5 b Meaning, that these were propre vnto God, and belonged to no man.
8 c Cause them to dye if thou earnst.
9 d Prouing hereby that whosoeuer attributeth to him self power, & abilitie to saue him self, maketh him self God.
10 e This beast is thoght to be the eliphant, or some other, which is vnknowen.
10 f Whome I made aswel as thee.
10 g This commendeth the prouidence of God toward man: for if he were giuen to deuoure as a lion, nothing were able, to resist him or content him.
10 ! Whose power appeareth in the creation, and gouerning of the great beastes.
14 h He is one of the chiefest workes of God among the beasts.
14 i Thogh man dare not come nere him, yet God can kil him.
18 k He drinketh at leasure, and feareth no body.
22 m Because he feareth lest thou shouldest take him.
23 n To do thy busines, & be at thy commandement.
27 o If thou once consider the danger, thou wilt not medle with him.
28 p To wit, that trusteth to take him.