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Geneva Bible (1599): Job 31

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1 I made a couenant with mine eyes: why then should I thinke on a mayde?

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2 For what portion should I haue of God from aboue? and what inheritance of the Almightie from on hie?

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3 Is not destruction to the wicked and strange punishment to the workers of iniquitie?

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4 Doeth not he beholde my wayes and tell all my steps?

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5 If I haue walked in vanitie, or if my foote hath made haste to deceite,

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6 Let God weigh me in the iust balance, and he shall know mine vprightnes.

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7 If my steppe hath turned out of the way, or mine heart hath walked after mine eye, or if any blot hath cleaued to mine handes,

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8 Let me sowe, and let another eate: yea, let my plantes be rooted out.

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9 If mine heart hath bene deceiued by a woman, or if I haue layde wayte at the doore of my neighbour,

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10 Let my wife grinde vnto another man, and let other men bow downe vpon her:

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11 For this is a wickednes, and iniquitie to bee condemned:

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12 Yea, this is a fire that shall deuoure to destruction, and which shall roote out al mine increase,

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13 If I did contemne the iudgement of my seruant, and of my mayde, when they did contend with me,

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14 What then shall I do when God standeth vp? and when he shall visit me, what shall I answere?

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15 He that hath made me in the wombe, hath he not made him? hath not he alone facioned vs in the wombe?

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16 If I restrained the poore of their desire, or haue caused the eyes of the widow to faile,

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17 Or haue eaten my morsels alone, and the fatherles hath not eaten thereof,

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18 (For from my youth hee hath growen vp with me as with a father, and from my mothers wombe I haue bene a guide vnto her)

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19 If I haue seene any perish for want of clothing, or any poore without couering,

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20 If his loynes haue not blessed me, because he was warmed with the fleece of my sheepe,

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21 If I haue lift vp mine hande against the fatherlesse, when I saw that I might helpe him in the gate,

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22 Let mine arme fal from my shoulder, and mine arme be broken from the bone.

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23 For Gods punishment was fearefull vnto me, and I could not be deliuered from his highnes.

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24 If I made gold mine hope, or haue sayd to the wedge of golde, Thou art my confidence,

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25 If I reioyced because my substance was great, or because mine hand had gotten much,

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26 If I did behold the sunne, when it shined, or the moone, walking in her brightnes,

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27 If mine heart did flatter me in secrete, or if my mouth did kisse mine hand,

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28 (This also had bene an iniquitie to be condemned: for I had denied the God aboue)

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29 If I reioyced at his destruction that hated me, or was mooued to ioye when euill came vpon him,

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30 Neither haue I suffred my mouth to sinne, by wishing a curse vnto his soule.

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31 Did not the men of my Tabernacle say, Who shall giue vs of his flesh? we can not bee satisfied.

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32 The stranger did not lodge in the streete, but I opened my doores vnto him, that went by the way.

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33 If I haue hid my sinne, as Adam, concealing mine iniquitie in my bosome,

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34 Though I could haue made afraid a great multitude, yet the most contemptible of the families did feare me: so I kept silence, and went not out of the doore.

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35 Oh that I had some to heare me! beholde my signe that the Almightie will witnesse for me: though mine aduersary should write a booke against me,

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36 Woulde not I take it vpon my shoulder, and binde it as a crowne vnto me?

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37 I will tell him the nomber of my goings, and goe vnto him as to a prince.

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38 If my lande cry against me, or the furrowes thereof complayne together,

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39 If I haue eaten the fruites thereof without siluer: or if I haue grieued the soules of the masters thereof,

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40 Let thistles growe in steade of wheate, and cockle in the stead of Barley. The wordes of Iob are ended.

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