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Geneva Bible (1599): Job 9

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1 Then Iob answered, and sayd,

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2 I knowe verily that it is so: for howe should man compared vnto God, be iustified?

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3 If I would dispute with him, hee could not answere him one thing of a thousand.

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4 He is wise in heart, and mighty in strength: who hath bene fierce against him and hath prospered?

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5 He remoueth the mountaines, and they feele not when he ouerthroweth them in his wrath.

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6 Hee remooueth the earth out of her place, that the pillars thereof doe shake.

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7 He commandeth the sunne, and it riseth not: hee closeth vp the starres, as vnder a signet.

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8 Hee himselfe alone spreadeth out the heauens, and walketh vpon the height of the sea.

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9 He maketh the starres Arcturus, Orion, and Pleiades, and the climates of the South.

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10 He doeth great things, and vnsearcheable: yea, marueilous things without nomber.

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11 Lo, when he goeth by me, I see him not: and when he passeth by, I perceiue him not.

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12 Behold, when he taketh a pray, who can make him to restore it? who shall say vnto him, What doest thou?

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13 God will not withdrawe his anger, and the most mightie helpes doe stoupe vnder him.

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14 Howe much lesse shall I answere him? or howe should I finde out my words with him?

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15 For though I were iust, yet could I not answere, but I would make supplication to my Iudge.

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16 If I cry, and he answere me, yet woulde I not beleeue, that he heard my voyce.

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17 For he destroyeth mee with a tempest, and woundeth me without cause.

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18 He wil not suffer me to take my breath, but filleth me with bitternesse.

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19 If we speake of strength, behold, he is strog: if we speake of iudgement, who shall bring me in to pleade?

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20 If I woulde iustifie my selfe, mine owne mouth shall condemne mee: if I would be perfite, he shall iudge me wicked.

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21 Though I were perfite, yet I knowe not my soule: therefore abhorre I my life.

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22 This is one point: therefore I said, Hee destroyeth the perfite and the wicked.

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23 If the scourge should suddenly slay, should God laugh at the punishment of the innocent?

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24 The earth is giuen into the hand of ye wicked: he couereth the faces of the iudges therof: if not, where is he? or who is he?

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25 My dayes haue bene more swift then a post: they haue fled, and haue seene no good thing.

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26 They are passed as with the most swift ships, and as the eagle that flyeth to the pray.

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27 If I say, I wil forget my complaynt, I will cease from my wrath, and comfort mee,

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28 Then I am afrayd of all my sorowes, knowing that thou wilt not iudge me innocent.

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29 If I be wicked, why labour I thus in vaine?

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30 If I wash my selfe with snowe water, and purge mine hands most cleane,

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31 Yet shalt thou plunge mee in the pit, and mine owne clothes shall make me filthie.

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32 For he is not a man as I am, that I shoulde answere him, if we come together to iudgement.

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33 Neyther is there any vmpire that might lay his hand vpon vs both.

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34 Let him take his rod away from me, and let not his feare astonish me:

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35 Then will I speake, and feare him not: but because I am not so, I holde me still.

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