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Geneva Bible (1599): Job 40

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

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2 Girde vp now thy loynes like a man: I will demaunde of thee, and declare thou vnto me.

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3 Wilt thou disanul my iudgement? or wilt thou condemne me, that thou mayst be iustified?

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4 Or hast thou an arme like God? or doest thou thunder with a voyce like him?

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5 Decke thy selfe now with maiestie and excellencie, and aray thy selfe with beautie and glory.

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6 Cast abroad the indignation of thy wrath, and beholde euery one that is proude, and abase him.

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7 Looke on euery one that is arrogant, and bring him lowe: and destroy the wicked in their place.

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8 Hide them in the dust together, and binde their faces in a secret place.

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9 Then will I confesse vnto thee also, that thy right hand can saue thee.

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10 Behold now Behemoth (whom I made with thee) which eateth grasse as an oxe.

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11 Behold now, his strength is in his loynes, and his force is in the nauil of his belly.

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12 When hee taketh pleasure, his taile is like a cedar: the sinews of his stones are wrapt together.

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13 His bones are like staues of brasse, and his small bones like staues of yron.

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14 He is the chiefe of the wayes of God: he that made him, will make his sworde to approch vnto him.

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15 Surely the mountaines bring him foorth grasse, where all the beastes of the fielde play.

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16 Lyeth hee vnder the trees in the couert of the reede and fennes?

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17 Can the trees couer him with their shadow? or can the willowes of the riuer compasse him about?

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18 Behold, he spoyleth the riuer, and hasteth not: he trusteth that he can draw vp Iorden into his mouth.

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19 Hee taketh it with his eyes, and thrusteth his nose through whatsoeuer meeteth him.

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20 Canst thou drawe out Liuiathan with an hooke, and with a line which thou shalt cast downe vnto his tongue?

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21 Canst thou cast an hooke into his nose? canst thou perce his iawes with an angle?

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22 Will he make many prayers vnto thee, or speake thee faire?

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23 Will hee make a couenant with thee? and wilt thou take him as a seruant for euer?

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24 Wilt thou play with him as with a bird? or wilt thou bynd him for thy maydes?

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25 Shall the companions baket with him? shall they deuide him among the marchants?

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26 Canst thou fill the basket with his skinne? or the fishpanier with his head?

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27 Lay thine hand vpon him: remember the battel, and do no more so.

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28 Behold, his hope is in vaine: for shall not one perish euen at the sight of him?

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