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Geneva Bible (1599): Job 32

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1 So these three men ceased to answere Iob, because he esteemed himselfe iust.

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2 Then the wrath of Elihu the sonne of Barachel the Buzite, of the familie of Ram, was kindled: his wrath, I say, was kindled against Iob, because he iustified himselfe more then God.

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3 Also his anger was kindled against his three friends, because they could not finde an answere, and yet condemned Iob.

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4 (Now Elihu had wayted til Iob had spoken: for they were more ancient in yeeres then he)

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5 So when Elihu saw, that there was none answere in the mouth of the three men, his wrath was kindled.

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6 Therefore Elihu the sonne of Barachel, the Buzite answered, and sayd, I am yong in yeres, and ye are ancient: therefore I doubted, and was afraide to shewe you mine opinion.

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7 For I said, The dayes shall speake, and the multitude of yeeres shall teach wisedome.

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8 Surely there is a spirite in man, but the inspiration of the Almightie giueth vnderstanding.

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9 Great men are not alway wise, neither doe the aged alway vnderstand iudgement.

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10 Therefore I say, Heare me, and I will shew also mine opinion.

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11 Behold, I did waite vpon your wordes, and hearkened vnto your knowledge, whiles you sought out reasons.

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12 Yea, when I had considered you, lo, there was none of you that reproued Iob, nor answered his wordes:

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13 Lest ye should say, We haue found wisedome: for God hath cast him downe, and no man.

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14 Yet hath he not directed his words to me, neyther will I answere him by your wordes.

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15 Then they fearing, answered no more, but left off their talke.

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16 When I had wayted (for they spake not, but stood still and answered no more)

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17 Then answered I in my turne, and I shewed mine opinion.

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18 For I am full of matter, and the spirite within me compelleth me.

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19 Beholde, my belly is as the wine, which hath no vent, and like the new bottels that brast.

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20 Therefore will I speake, that I may take breath: I will open my lippes, and will answere.

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21 I will not now accept the person of man, neyther will I giue titles to man.

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22 For I may not giue titles, lest my Maker should take me away suddenly.

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