2 He shooteth foorth as a flowre, and is cut downe: he vanisheth also as a shadowe, and continueth not.
5 Are not his dayes determined? the nober of his moneths are with thee: thou hast appointed his boundes, which he can not passe.
7 For there is hope of a tree, if it bee cut downe, that it will yet sproute, and the branches thereof will not cease.
12 So man sleepeth and riseth not: for hee shall not wake againe, nor be raised from his sleepe till the heauen be no more.
13 Oh that thou wouldest hide me in the graue, and keepe me secret, vntill thy wrath were past, and wouldest giue me terme, and remember me.
14 If a man die, shall he liue againe? All the dayes of mine appointed time will I waite, till my changing shall come.
18 And surely as the mountaine that falleth, commeth to nought, and the rocke that is remooued from his place:
19 As the water breaketh the stones, when thou ouerflowest the things which growe in the dust of ye earth: so thou destroyest ye hope of man.
20 Thou preuailest alway against him, so that he passeth away: he changeth his face when thou castest him away.
21 And he knoweth not if his sonnes shall be honourable, neither shall he vnderstand concerning them, whether they shalbe of lowe degree,
22 But while his flesh is vpon him, he shall be sorowfull, and while his soule is in him, it shall mourne.