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Geneva Bible (1599): Job 12

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1 Then Iob answered, and sayde,

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2 In deede because that ye are the people onely, wisedome must dye with you.

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3 But I haue vnderstanding aswel as you, and am not inferior vnto you: yea, who knoweth not such things?

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4 I am as one mocked of his neighbour, who calleth vpon God, and he heareth him: the iust and the vpright is laughed to scorne.

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5 Hee that is readie to fall, is as a lampe despised in the opinion of the riche.

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6 The tabernacles of robbers doe prosper, and they are in safetie, that prouoke God, whome God hath enriched with his hand.

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7 Aske now the beasts, and they shall teach thee, and the foules of the heauen, and they shall tell thee:

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8 Or speake to the earth, and it shall shewe thee: or the fishes of the sea, and they shall declare vnto thee.

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9 Who is ignorant of all these, but that the hande of the Lord hath made these?

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10 In whose hande is the soule of euery liuing thing, and the breath of all mankinde.

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11 Doeth not the eares discerne the words? and the mouth taste meate for it selfe?

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12 Among the ancient is wisedome, and in the length of dayes is vnderstanding.

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13 With him is wisedome and strength: he hath counsell and vnderstanding.

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14 Beholde, he will breake downe, and it can not be built: he shutteth a man vp, and he can not be loosed.

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15 Beholde, he withholdeth the waters, and they drie vp: but when he sendeth them out, they destroy the earth.

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16 With him is strength and wisedome: hee that is deceiued, and that deceiueth, are his.

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17 He causeth the counsellers to goe as spoyled, and maketh the iudges fooles.

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18 He looseth the collar of Kings, and girdeth their loynes with a girdle.

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19 He leadeth away the princes as a pray, and ouerthroweth the mightie.

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20 He taketh away the speach from the faithfull counsellers, and taketh away the iudgement of the ancient.

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21 He powreth contempt vpon princes, and maketh the strength of the mightie weake.

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22 He discouereth the deepe places from their darkenesse, and bringeth foorth the shadowe of death to light.

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23 He increaseth the people, and destroyeth them: he inlargeth the nations, and bringeth them in againe.

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24 He taketh away the heartes of the that are the chiefe ouer the people of the earth, and maketh them to wander in the wildernes out of the way.

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25 They grope in the darke without light: and he maketh the to stagger like a drunken man.

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