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Geneva Bible (1599): Job 38

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1 Then answered the Lord vnto Iob out of the whirle winde, and said,

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2 Who is this that darkeneth the counsell by wordes without knowledge?

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3 Girde vp nowe thy loynes like a man: I will demande of thee and declare thou vnto me.

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4 Where wast thou when I layd the foundations of the earth? declare, if thou hast vnderstanding,

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5 Who hath layde the measures thereof, if thou knowest, or who hath stretched the line ouer it:

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6 Whereupon are the foundations thereof set: or who layed the corner stone thereof:

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7 When the starres of the morning praysed me together, and all the children of God reioyced:

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8 Or who hath shut vp the Sea with doores, when it yssued and came foorth as out of the wombe:

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9 When I made the cloudes as a couering thereof, and darkenesse as the swadeling bands thereof:

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10 When I stablished my commandement vpon it, and set barres and doores,

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11 And said, Hitherto shalt thou come, but no farther, and here shall it stay thy proude waues.

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12 Hast thou commanded the morning since thy dayes? hast thou caused the morning to knowe his place,

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13 That it might take hold of the corners of the earth, and that the wicked might be shaken out of it?

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14 It is turned as clay to facion, and all stand vp as a garment.

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15 And from the wicked their light shall be taken away, and the hie arme shalbe broken.

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16 Hast thou entred into the bottomes of the sea? or hast thou walked to seeke out the depth?

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17 Haue the gates of death bene opened vnto thee? or hast thou seene the gates of the shadowe of death?

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18 Hast thou perceiued the breadth of the earth? tell if thou knowest all this.

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19 Where is the way where light dwelleth? and where is the place of darkenesse,

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20 That thou shouldest receiue it in the boundes thereof, and that thou shouldest knowe the paths to the house thereof?

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21 Knewest thou it, because thou wast then borne, and because the nomber of thy dayes is great?

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22 Hast thou entred into the treasures of the snow? or hast thou seene the treasures of ye haile,

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23 Which I haue hid against the time of trouble, against the day of warre and battell?

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24 By what way is the light parted, which scattereth the East winde vpon the earth?

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25 Who hath deuided the spowtes for the raine? or the way for the lightning of ye thunders,

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26 To cause it to raine on the earth where no man is, and in the wildernes where there is no man?

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27 To fulfil the wilde and waste place, and to cause the bud of the herbe to spring forth?

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28 Who is the father of the rayne? or who hath begotten the droppes of the dewe?

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29 Out of whose wombe came the yee? who hath ingendred the frost of the heauen?

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30 The waters are hid as with a stone: and the face of the depth is frosen.

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31 Canst thou restraine the sweete influences of the Pleiades? or loose the bandes of Orion?

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32 Canst thou bring foorth Mazzaroth in their time? canst thou also guide Arcturus with his sonnes?

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33 Knowest thou the course of heauen, or canst thou set the rule thereof in the earth?

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34 Canst thou lift vp thy voice to the cloudes that the aboundance of water may couer thee?

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35 Canst thou sende the lightenings that they may walke, and say vnto thee, Loe, heere we are?

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36 Who hath put wisedome in the reines? or who hath giuen the heart vnderstanding?

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37 Who can nomber cloudes by wisedome? or who can cause to cease the bottels of heaue,

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38 When the earth groweth into hardnesse, and the clottes are fast together?

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