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Geneva Bible (1599): Job 10

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1 My soule is cut off though I liue: I wil leaue my complaint vpon my selfe, and wil speake in the bitternesse of my soule.

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2 I will say vnto God, Condemne mee not: shew me, wherefore thou contendest with mee.

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3 Thinkest thou it good to oppresse me, and to cast off the labour of thine handes, and to fauour the counsel of the wicked?

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4 Hast thou carnall eyes? or doest thou see as man seeth?

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5 Are thy dayes as mans dayes? or thy yeres, as the time of man,

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6 That thou inquirest of mine iniquitie, and searchest out my sinne?

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7 Thou knowest that I can not do wickedly: for none can deliuer me out of thine hand.

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8 Thine handes haue made me, and fashioned mee wholy rounde about, and wilt thou destroy me?

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9 Remember, I pray thee, that thou hast made me as the clay, and wilt thou bring me into dust againe?

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10 Hast thou not powred me out as milke? and turned me to cruds like cheese?

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11 Thou hast clothed me with skin and flesh, and ioyned me together with bones and sinewes.

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12 Thou hast giuen me life, and grace: and thy visitation hath preserued my spirit.

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13 Though thou hast hid these things in thine heart, yet I knowe that it is so with thee.

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14 If I haue sinned, then thou wilt streightly looke vnto me, and wilt not holde mee giltlesse of mine iniquitie.

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15 If I haue done wickedly, wo vnto me: if I haue done righteously, I will not lift vp mine head, being full of confusion, because I see mine affliction.

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16 But let it increase: hunt thou me as a lyon: returne and shew thy selfe marueilous vpon me.

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17 Thou renuest thy plagues against me, and thou increasest thy wrath against me: changes and armies of sorowes are against me.

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18 Wherfore then hast thou brought me out of the wombe? Oh that I had perished, and that none eye had seene me!

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19 And that I were as I had not bene, but brought from the wombe to the graue!

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20 Are not my dayes fewe? let him cease, and leaue off from me, that I may take a litle comfort,

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21 Before I goe and shall not returne, euen to the land of darkenesse and shadow of death:

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22 Into a land, I say, darke as darknes it selfe, and into the shadow of death, where is none order, but the light is there as darkenesse.

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