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Geneva Bible (1599): Job 14

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1 Man that is borne of woman, is of short continuance, and full of trouble.

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2 He shooteth foorth as a flowre, and is cut downe: he vanisheth also as a shadowe, and continueth not.

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3 And yet thou openest thine eyes vpon such one, and causest me to enter into iudgement with thee.

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4 Who can bring a cleane thing out of filthinesse? there is not one.

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5 Are not his dayes determined? the nober of his moneths are with thee: thou hast appointed his boundes, which he can not passe.

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6 Turne from him that he may cease vntill his desired day, as an hyreling.

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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.

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8 Though the roote of it waxe olde in the earth, and the stocke thereof be dead in ye ground,

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9 Yet by the sent of water it will bud, and bring foorth boughes like a plant.

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10 But man is sicke, and dyeth, and man perisheth, and where is he?

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11 As the waters passe from the sea, and as the flood decayeth and dryeth vp,

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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.

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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.

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14 If a man die, shall he liue againe? All the dayes of mine appointed time will I waite, till my changing shall come.

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15 Thou shalt call me, and I shall answere thee: thou louest the worke of thine own hands.

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16 But nowe thou nombrest my steppes, and doest not delay my sinnes.

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17 Mine iniquitie is sealed vp, as in a bagge, and thou addest vnto my wickednesse.

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18 And surely as the mountaine that falleth, commeth to nought, and the rocke that is remooued from his place:

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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.

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20 Thou preuailest alway against him, so that he passeth away: he changeth his face when thou castest him away.

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21 And he knoweth not if his sonnes shall be honourable, neither shall he vnderstand concerning them, whether they shalbe of lowe degree,

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22 But while his flesh is vpon him, he shall be sorowfull, and while his soule is in him, it shall mourne.

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