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Geneva Bible (1599): Job 36

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1 Elihu also proceeded and sayde,

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2 Suffer me a litle, and I will instruct thee: for I haue yet to speake on Gods behalfe.

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3 I will fetche my knowledge afarre off, and will attribute righteousnes vnto my Maker.

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4 For truely my wordes shall not be false, and he that is perfect in knowledge, speaketh with thee.

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5 Behold, the mighty God casteth away none that is mighty and valiant of courage.

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6 He mainteineth not the wicked, but he giueth iudgement to the afflicted.

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7 He withdraweth not his eyes from the righteous, but they are with Kings in ye throne, where he placeth them for euer: thus they are exalted.

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8 And if they bee bound in fetters and tyed with the cordes of affliction,

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9 Then will he shewe them their worke and their sinnes, because they haue bene proude.

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10 He openeth also their eare to discipline, and commandeth them that they returne from iniquity.

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11 If they obey and serue him, they shall end their dayes in prosperity, and their yeres in pleasures.

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12 But if they wil not obey, they shall passe by the sworde, and perish without knowledge.

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13 But the hypocrites of heart increase the wrath: for they call not when he bindeth them.

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14 Their soule dyeth in youth, and their life among the whoremongers.

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15 He deliuereth the poore in his affliction, and openeth their eare in trouble.

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16 Euen so woulde he haue taken thee out of the streight place into a broade place and not shut vp beneath: and that which resteth vpon thy table, had bene full of fat.

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17 But thou art ful of the iudgement of the wicked, though iudgement and equitie maintaine all things.

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18 For Gods wrath is, least hee should take that away in thine abundance: for no multitude of giftes can deliuer thee.

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19 Wil he regard thy riches? he regardeth not golde, nor all them that excel in strength.

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20 Be not carefull in the night, howe he destroyeth the people out of their place.

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21 Take thou heede: looke not to iniquitie: for thou hast chosen it rather then affliction.

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22 Beholde, God exalteth by his power: what teacher is like him?

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23 Who hath appointed to him his way? or who can say, Thou hast done wickedly?

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24 Remember that thou magnifie his worke, which men behold.

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25 All men see it, and men beholde it afarre off.

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26 Beholde, God is excellent, and we knowe him not, neither can the nomber of his yeres bee searched out.

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27 When he restraineth the droppes of water, the rayne powreth down by the vapour thereof,

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28 Which raine the cloudes do droppe and let fall abundantly vpon man.

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29 Who can know the diuisions of ye clouds and the thunders of his tabernacle?

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30 Beholde, he spreadeth his light vpon it, and couereth the bottome of the sea.

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31 For thereby hee iudgeth the people, and giueth meate abundantly.

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32 He couereth the light with the clouds, and commandeth them to go against it.

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33 His companion sheweth him thereof, and there is anger in rising vp.

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