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Geneva Bible (1599): Job 27

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1 Moreouer Iob proceeded and continued his parable, saying,

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2 The liuing God hath taken away my iudgement: for the Almightie hath put my soule in bitternesse.

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3 Yet so long as my breath is in me, and the Spirit of God in my nostrels,

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4 My lips surely shall speake no wickednesse, and my tongue shall vtter no deceite.

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5 God forbid, that I should iustifie you: vntill I dye, I will neuer take away mine innocencie from my selfe.

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6 I will keepe my righteousnesse, and wil not forsake it: mine heart shall not reprooue me of my dayes.

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7 Mine enemie shall be as the wicked, and he that riseth against me, as the vnrighteous.

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8 For what hope hath the hypocrite when he hath heaped vp riches, if God take away his soule?

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9 Will God heare his cry, when trouble commeth vpon him?

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10 Will he set his delight on the Almightie? will he call vpon God at all times?

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11 I will teache you what is in the hande of God, and I wil not conceale that which is with the Almightie.

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12 Beholde, all ye your selues haue seene it: why then doe you thus vanish in vanitie?

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13 This is the portion of a wicked man with God, and the heritage of tyrants, which they shall receiue of the Almightie.

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14 If his children be in great nomber, the sworde shall destroy them, and his posteritie shall not be satisfied with bread.

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15 His remnant shall be buried in death, and his widowes shall not weepe.

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16 Though he shoulde heape vp siluer as the dust, and prepare rayment as the clay,

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17 He may prepare it, but the iust shall put it on, and the innocent shall deuide the siluer.

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18 He buildeth his house as the moth, and as a lodge that the watchman maketh.

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19 When the rich man sleepeth, he shall not be gathered to his fathers: they opened their eyes, and he was gone.

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20 Terrours shall take him as waters, and a tempest shall cary him away by night.

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21 The East winde shall take him away, and he shall depart: and it shall hurle him out of his place.

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22 And God shall cast vpon him and not spare, though he would faine flee out of his hand.

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23 Euery man shall clap their hands at him, and hisse at him out of their place.

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