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Geneva Bible (1599): Job 24

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1 Howe should not the times be hid from the Almightie, seeing that they which knowe him, see not his dayes?

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2 Some remoue the land marks, that rob the flockes and feede thereof.

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3 They leade away the asse of the fatherles: and take the widowes oxe to pledge.

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4 They make the poore to turne out of the way, so that the poore of the earth hide themselues together.

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5 Behold, others as wilde asses in the wildernesse, goe forth to their businesse, and rise early for a praye: the wildernesse giueth him and his children foode.

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6 They reape his prouision in the fielde, but they gather the late vintage of the wicked.

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7 They cause the naked to lodge without garment, and without couering in the colde.

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8 They are wet with the showres of the moutaines, and they imbrace the rocke for want of a couering.

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9 They plucke the fatherles from the breast, and take the pledge of the poore.

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10 They cause him to go naked without clothing, and take the glening from the hungrie.

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11 They that make oyle betweene their walles, and treade their wine presses, suffer thirst.

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12 Men cry out of the citie, and the soules of the slayne cry out: yet God doth not charge them with follie.

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13 These are they, that abhorre the light: they know not the wayes thereof, nor continue in the paths thereof.

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14 The murtherer riseth earely and killeth the poore and the needie: and in the night he is as a theefe.

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15 The eye also of the adulterer waiteth for the twilight, and sayth, None eye shall see me, and disguiseth his face.

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16 They digge through houses in the darke, which they marked for themselues in the daye: they knowe not the light.

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17 But the morning is euen to them as the shadow of death: if one knowe them, they are in the terrours of the shadowe of death.

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18 He is swift vpon the waters: their portion shalbe cursed in the earth: he will not behold the way of the vineyardes.

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19 As the dry ground and heate consume the snowe waters, so shall the graue the sinners.

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20 The pitifull man shall forget him: the worme shall feele his sweetenes: he shalbe no more remembered, and the wicked shalbe broke like a tree.

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21 He doth euil intreat ye barren, that doeth not beare, neither doeth he good to the widowe.

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22 He draweth also the mighty by his power, and when he riseth vp, none is sure of life.

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23 Though men giue him assurance to be in safetie, yet his eyes are vpon their wayes.

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24 They are exalted for a litle, but they are gone, and are brought lowe as all others: they are destroyed, and cut off as the toppe of an eare of corne.

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25 But if it be not so, where is he? or who wil proue me a lyer, and make my words of no value?

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