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Geneva Bible (1599): Job 33

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1 Wherefore, Iob, I pray thee, heare my talke and hearken vnto all my wordes.

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2 Beholde now, I haue opened my mouth: my tongue hath spoken in my mouth.

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3 My words are in the vprightnesse of mine heart, and my lippes shall speake pure knowledge.

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4 The Spirite of God hath made me, and the breath of the Almightie hath giuen me life.

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5 If thou canst giue me answere, prepare thy selfe and stand before me.

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6 Beholde, I am according to thy wish in Gods stead: I am also formed of the clay.

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7 Beholde, my terrour shall not feare thee, neither shall mine hand be heauie vpon thee.

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8 Doubtles thou hast spoken in mine eares, and I haue heard the voyce of thy wordes.

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9 I am cleane, without sinne: I am innocent, and there is none iniquitie in me.

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10 Lo, he hath found occasions against me, and counted me for his enemie.

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11 He hath put my feete in the stockes, and looketh narrowly vnto all my paths.

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12 Behold, in this hast thou not done right: I will answere thee, that God is greater then man.

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13 Why doest thou striue against him? for he doeth not giue account of all his matters.

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14 For God speaketh once or twise, and one seeth it not.

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15 In dreames and visions of the night, when sleepe falleth vpon men, and they sleepe vpon their beds,

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16 Then he openeth the eares of men, euen by their corrections, which he had sealed,

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17 That he might cause man to turne away from his enterprise, and that he might hide the pride of man,

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18 And keepe backe his soule from the pit, and that his life should not passe by the sword.

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19 He is also striken with sorow vpon his bed, and the griefe of his bones is sore,

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20 So that his life causeth him to abhorre bread, and his soule daintie meate.

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21 His flesh faileth that it can not be seene, and his bones which were not seene, clatter.

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22 So his soule draweth to the graue, and his life to the buriers.

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23 If there be a messenger with him, or an interpreter, one of a thousand to declare vnto man his righteousnesse,

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24 Then will he haue mercie vpon him, and will say, Deliuer him, that he go not downe into the pit: for I haue receiued a reconciliation.

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25 Then shall his flesh be as fresh as a childes, and shall returne as in the dayes of his youth.

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26 He shall pray vnto God, and he will be fauourable vnto him, and he shall see his face with ioy: for he will render vnto man his righteousnes.

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27 He looketh vpon men, and if one say, I haue sinned, and peruerted righteousnesse, and it did not profite me,

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28 He will deliuer his soule from going into the pit, and his life shall see the light.

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29 Lo, all these things will God worke twise or thrise with a man,

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30 That he may turne backe his soule from the pit, to be illuminate in the light of the liuing.

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31 Marke well, O Iob, and heare me: keepe silence, and I will speake.

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32 If there be matter, answere me, and speak: for I desire to iustifie thee.

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33 If thou hast not, heare me: holde thy tongue, and I will teach thee wisedome.

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