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Geneva Bible (1599): Job 39

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1 Wilt thou hunt the pray for the lyon? or fill the appetite of the lyons whelpes,

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2 When they couch in their places, and remaine in the couert to lye in waite?

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3 Who prepareth for the rauen his meate, when his birdes crie vnto God, wandering for lacke of meate?

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4 Knowest thou the time when the wilde goates bring foorth yong? or doest thou marke when the hindes doe calue?

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5 Canst thou nomber the moneths that they fulfill? or knowest thou the time when they bring foorth?

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6 They bow them selues: they bruise their yong and cast out their sorowes.

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7 Yet their yong waxe fatte, and growe vp with corne: they goe foorth and returne not vnto them.

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8 Who hath set the wilde asse at libertie? or who hath loosed the bondes of the wilde asse?

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9 It is I which haue made the wildernesse his house, and the salt places his dwellings.

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10 He derideth the multitude of the citie: he heareth not the crie of the driuer.

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11 He seeketh out the mountaine for his pasture, and searcheth after euery greene thing.

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12 Will the vnicorne serue thee? or will he tary by thy cribbe?

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13 Canst thou binde the vnicorne with his band to labour in the furrowe? or will he plowe the valleyes after thee?

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14 Wilt thou trust in him, because his strength is great, and cast off thy labour vnto him?

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15 Wilt thou beleeue him, that he will bring home thy seede, and gather it vnto thy barne?

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16 Hast thou giuen the pleasant wings vnto the peacockes? or winges and feathers vnto the ostriche?

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17 Which leaueth his egges in the earth, and maketh them hote in the dust,

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18 And forgetteth that the foote might scatter the, or that the wild beast might breake the.

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19 He sheweth himselfe cruell vnto his yong ones, as they were not his, and is without feare, as if he trauailed in vaine.

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20 For God had depriued him of wisedom, and hath giuen him no part of vnderstanding.

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21 When time is, he mounteth on hie: he mocketh the horse and his rider.

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22 Hast thou giuen the horse strength? or couered his necke with neying?

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23 Hast thou made him afraid as the grashopper? his strong neying is fearefull.

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24 He diggeth in the valley, and reioyceth in his strength: he goeth foorth to meete the harnest man.

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25 He mocketh at feare, and is not afraid, and turneth not backe from the sworde,

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26 Though the quiuer rattle against him, the glittering speare and the shield.

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27 He swalloweth the ground for fearcenes and rage, and he beleeueth not that it is the noise of the trumpet.

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28 He sayth among the trumpets, Ha, ha: hee smellleth the battell afarre off, and the noyse of the captaines, and the shouting.

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29 Shall the hauke flie by thy wisedome, stretching out his wings toward the South?

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30 Doeth the eagle mount vp at thy commandement, or make his nest on hie?

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31 Shee abideth and remaineth in the rocke, euen vpon the toppe of the rocke, and the tower.

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32 From thence she spieth for meate, and her eyes beholde afarre off.

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33 His young ones also sucke vp blood: and where the slaine are, there is she.

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34 Moreouer ye Lord spake vnto Iob, and said,

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35 Is this to learne to striue with the Almightie? he that reprooueth God, let him answere to it.

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36 Then Iob answered the Lord, saying,

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37 Beholde, I am vile: what shall I answere thee? I will lay mine hand vpon my mouth.

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38 Once haue I spoken, but I will answere no more, yea twise, but I will proceede no further.

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