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Geneva Bible (1599): Job 11

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1 Then answered Zophar the Naamathite, and sayde,

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2 Should not the multitude of wordes be answered? or should a great talker be iustified?

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3 Should men holde their peace at thy lyes? and when thou mockest others, shall none make thee ashamed?

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4 For thou hast sayde, My doctrine is pure, and I am cleane in thine eyes.

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5 But, oh that God would speake and open his lippes against thee!

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6 That he might shewe thee the secretes of wisedome, howe thou hast deserued double, according to right: know therefore that God hath forgotten thee for thine iniquitie.

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7 Canst thou by searching finde out God? canst thou finde out ye Almighty to his perfection?

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8 The heauens are hie, what canst thou doe? it is deeper then the hell, how canst thou know it?

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9 The measure thereof is longer then the earth, and it is broader then the sea.

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10 If hee cut off and shut vp, or gather together, who can turne him backe?

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11 For hee knoweth vaine men, and seeth iniquitie, and him that vnderstandeth nothing.

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12 Yet vaine man would be wise, though man new borne is like a wilde asse colte.

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13 If thou prepare thine heart, and stretch out thine hands toward him:

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14 If iniquitie be in thine hand, put it farre away, and let no wickednesse dwell in thy Tabernacle.

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15 The truely shalt thou lift vp thy face without spot, and shalt be stable, and shalt not feare.

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16 But thou shalt forget thy miserie, and remember it as waters that are past.

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17 Thine age also shall appeare more cleare then the noone day: thou shalt shine and bee as the morning.

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18 And thou shalt bee bolde, because there is hope: and thou shalt digge pittes, and shalt lye downe safely.

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19 For when thou takest thy rest, none shall make thee afraide: yea, many shall make sute vnto thee.

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20 But the eyes of the wicked shall faile, and their refuge shall perish, and their hope shalbe sorow of minde.

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