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and three daughters.
His substance was seven thousand sheep, three thousand camels, five hundred
yoke of oxen, five hundred , and a very great household so that was of the ast.
And his sons went and in one day, and sent for their
three sisters to eat and to drink with them.
God in their hearts.hus did Job
From whence comest thou? Satan answered the
that there is none like
Doth Job fear God for nought?
ast not him his house, and all on
every side? hou blessed the work of his hands his increased in the land
But hine hand touch all that he hath, and he curse hee to hy face
And the said unto all that he hath in thy power only upon not thine hand. went forth from the
day when his sons and his daughters were eating and drinking wine in their
eldest brothers house,
and smote the four corners of the
shaved his head, and fell down upon the ground
and saidNaked came I out of my mothers womb, and naked shall I thither. The
gave, and the hath taken away blessed be the name of the .
From whence comest thou? Satan answered and said
that there is none like
answered the and saidSkin for skin
forth from the , and smote Job with sore from the
sole of his foot unto his crown.
Then said his wife unto himDost thou ? urse God, and die
But said unto herThou speakest foolish women. we
at the hand of God, did not Job sin with his
Now when friends heard of all that him, the came every
one from his own place: Elipha the Tmanite, Bldad the Suhite, and Zophar the
Naamathite. together to come to him and to
when they lifted up their eyes afar off knew him not they
upon the ground seven days and seven nights
word unto him for they saw that his was very great.
After this opened Job his mouth and cursed his day
the day wherein I was born and the night in which it was saidhere is a
day be darkness not regard from above, neither shine upon
darkness and the shadow of death let cloud upon it let the
that night, let it not be the days of the year, let it
because it shut not up the
, I should have slept been at
kings and of the earth, themselves
princes that gold,
the wicked cease from
the voice of the oppressor
small and great, and is free from his master.
is light given to him that is in misery and life unto ,
long for death it come not and for it more than for
exceedingly, and they fnd the grave
to man whose way is hid, God
For my come before I eat, and my roarings out like water.
For the thing feared is come upon me and th I was afraid of is
Eliphaz the Temanite and said
If we to commune with thee thou be ut who can withhold himself from
Behold, thou hast
is come upon thee, thou it touche th thou art .
Is not this thy fear, thy , thy , and the of thy ways?
I pray thee who ever perished being innocent? Or whe were the
the blast of God they perish, and by the breath of is consumed.
The roaring of the lion, the voice of the , and the teeth of the lions are
The lion perisheth for lack of prey and the lions whelps are scattered abroad.
me, and mine ear received a little thereof.
In thoughts the visions of the night, when sleep on men
ear came upon me and made all my bones to shake.
man be more just than God? hall man be pure than his aker?
Behold no trust is servants, and is angels
How much in them that dwell in houses of clay, whose foundation is
the foolish man,
out of the ground
giveth rain upon the earth, and water upon
set up those that are
the devices of the , so that the perform the
e the wise in their own craftiness, and the counsel of the
as in the night.
the poor from the sword, from the mouth and from the hand of the
the poor hath hope, and .
Behold, happy is the man whom God therefore despise not thou the chastening of
thee from death and war from the power of the sword.
destruction and famine thou shalt shalt be afraid the beasts of the
shal be with , and the beasts of the field shall
thou shalt know that thy
that thy seed shall , and as the grass of the earth.
Thou shalt come to thy grave a age,
weighed, and my in the balances
For be heavier than the sand of the sea my words are .
For the arrows of the are me
Doth the wild ass when he hath grass? Or the ox fodder
hat which is unsavory be eaten without saltr is there any taste in the white of an egg?
The things that are my meat
O that I might have my that God would grant me the thing that I long for:
not spare, for
I not the words of the oly ne.
What I ? what is mine end, that my ?
Is my strength the strength of stones? Or is my flesh of brass?
the fear of the
out of their place
of your substance?
eliver me from the enems hand or me from the of the mighty?
Teach me and I will hold my tongue
the fatherless, and
? Are not his days like the days of a
servant desireth the shadow, and as a hireling
My flesh is clothed with worms
that my life is wind mine eye shall no more see
cloud is consumed and vanisheth away, so he that goeth down to
no more his house, neither shall his place know him any more.
Therefore I will not my mouth will speak in the of my spirit
in th bitterness of my .
Am I a sea, or a , that hou me?
When I y bed shall comfort me
that my soul
, for my days are .
What is man, that
from me, nor me alone till I swallow down my spittle?
I have hat shall I do unto hee, Ohou preserver of men? Why hast hou
I sleep in the dustnd hou me in the morning, I shall be.
Then answered the and said:
How long wilt thou things? how long shall thy mouth
Doth God pervert ? Or doth the Almighty
thy sinned against im he them for their
f thou wouldest unto God and make thy to the Almighty
f thou pure and
we are but of yesterday and
grow without water?
before any other herb.
o all that forget God and the
upon his house, but shall not stand
shooteth forth in his garden
out of the earth.
Behold, God will not cast away a man, neither will e help the
hy mouth with laughing and thy lips with .
They that hate thee shall be , and the of the shall
come to nought.
Job answered and said:
heart, and mighty in strengthho
the mountains, they them in is
the earth out of her place, pillars
commandeth the , and it riseth not up the stars
alone spreadeth out the heavens, and upon the waves of the sea
doeth great things, ye and wonders without number
? Who will say unto himhat doest
, but filleth me with bitterness.
If speak of strength, e is
justify myself, own mouth shall condemn me
of the innocent.
They are passed away as the ships, as the eagle that hasteth to the prey.
I forget my , my and myself
I am afraid of all my
myself with snow water and mae hands so clean,
yet hou me in the , and mine own clothes
is not a man as I am.
Neither is there any
rod away from me,
will say unto God: not condemn me
the counsel of the
days as the days of man
, and searchest my sin?
hou knowest that I am no wicked, and there is deliver out of hine hand.
hands have made me and fashioned me round about
me with skin and flesh, and me with bones and sinews.
Thou hast granted me life, and hath preserved my spirit.
I be righteous, yet I not lift up my head full of
confusion see mine
.Thou huntest me
witnesses against me,
no eye had seen me
as though I had
let me alone, that I a little
I go whence I shall not return to th land of darkness and shadow of death
Then answered Zophar the Naamathite and said:
, and I am clean in
that God would speak and open is lips against thee,
that e show thee wisdom
thou do? Deeper than hell thou know
the earth, and
wickedness alsoe not then consider it?
vain , man like a wild asss .
If thou heart, and thine hands toward
thou lift up thy face without
forget thy misery, and
make thee afraid ye many thee.
the eyes of the they shall not escape their hope shall be
, and wisdom shall with you.
But I have understanding as well as y am no, who knoweth not
calleth upon God, and the and
man is laughed to scorn.
is a despised in the
, and they that
the fowls of the air, and they shall tell
peak to the earth, and it shall thee the fishes of the sea shall thee.
knoweth that the hand of the
n whose hand is the soul of every living thing, and the breath of all
not the , and the mouth
the is wisdom, and understanding.
wisdom and strengthe hath counsel and
strength and wisdom
He looseth the of kings, and girdeth their loins with a .
shadow of death.
He increaseth the and destroyeth them He
of the earth, and them way
grope in the dark without light, like
same do I know also am inferior unto you.
reprove you, if y do secretly person.
Shall not make you afraid,
my flesh in my teeth, and my in
mine own ways
with your ears.
Behold now have prepared my know that I be .
Wh is he that will with me? For if I hold my tongue, I shall
two things then will I not hide myself from hee
Withdraw hine hand from me, and let not dread make me afraid.
hen I answer or let me speak, and answer.
How are and sins? me know my transgression and .
hidest hou hy face, and holdest me for hine enemy?
lookest narrowly unto all my paths
Man that is born of a woman
eyes upon such one, and me in?
Who can clean an unclean?
days are , the number of his months are hee Thou hast appointed
his bounds, he cannot
, that it will sprout and the
the scent of water it will bud and bring forth
wouldest keep me
live again? All the days of
removed out of place
Thou prevailest against him, he passethhou changes his
Should a wise man , and fill his belly with the wind
Thine own mouth condemeth thee, and not I ye thine own lips
Art thou the first man that was born? Or wast thou made before the hills?
ast thou heard the of God wisdom for ?
What knowest thou that we not? What understandest thou,
the consolations of God with the
Why doth thine heart
out of thy mouth?
What is man, that he should be clean? he is born of a woman
heavens are not clean in is sight.
How much more abominable and man, drinketh like water?
I will show thee that which
wise men have told from their fathers
, and the number of years is
out of darkness, the sword
that the day of darkness is
and make him afraid
out his hand against God, and himself against the Almighty
e runneth upon im, with hi
he covereth his face with fatness and maketh his
in desolate cities and in houses which no man , are
shall not be rich, neither shall his substance continue upon the earth.
He shall out of darkness the flame shall dry up his branches, the of
mouth shall he away.
shall not be green.
He shall off grape the vine, and shall his flower as the olive.
For the congregation of hypocrites , and fire shall consume the
could speak as ye do your soul were in my souls stead heap up words against
you, and shake head at you.
I you with my mouth, and the of my lips
gnasheth upon me with his teethine enemy
smitten me upon the cheek
upon the ground.
He me upon upon me like a giant.
I have upon my skin, and my in the dust.
My face is with weeping, and
earth, cover not my blood, and let my no
, my witness is in heaven, and is .
My friends scorn, but mine eye poureth out tears unto God.
whence I shall not
mine eye continue in
from understanding therefore
He hath made me a byword of the
innocent shall against the
The righteous his way, and he that hath clean hands be stronger and
s for you, and , for I one wise man among you.
My days are past, my thoughts my heart
the night into day the light
my bed in the .
I corruption my father the worm my mother and my
ye make an end of words? Mark, and we will speak.
are we counted as beasts, and reputed vile in your sight?
anger Shall the earth be forsaken
removed out of place
the light of the be put out and the of his fire shall not .
The light shall be dark in his , and his candle shall be put out with him.
is shall be , and his own counsel shall cast him down.
The snare is lad for him in the ground, and a in the way.
shall make him afraid on every side,
the strength of his skin the of death shall his .
is shall be rooted out of his , shall bring him the king
shall dwell in his is none of his brimstone shall be scattered upon his
His roots shall be dried up beneath, and above shall his be cut .
H remembrance shall perish from the earth, and shall no in the
e shall be driven from light into darkness, and out of the world.
He shall neither have nor among his people, any
the dwellings of the wicked, and this is the place of him that knoweth not
Job answered and said:
ow long will ye vex my , and me with words?
ten times have ye me are not ashamed
yourselves against me, and
, and hath compassed me with
hath set darkness in my .
He hath me of , and taken the crown from my head.
He hath destroyed me on every side, and I am hope hath
He hath put my brethren far from me, and mine acquaintance are
him with my mouth.
breath to fr the children of own
they whom I loved are turned against me.
My bone to my skin and my flesh the skin my teeth.
Have pity upon me, O ye my friends for the hand of hath touched
Why do ye persecute me as God, and are not satisfied my flesh?
O that my words were written O that they were in a book
they were graven with an iron pen lead
For I that my edeemer liveth, and that shall
there is a
the Naamathite and said:
do my thoughts
Knowest thou not this
the joy of the but ?
Though up to the heaven, his head the clouds
yet he perish
away as a vision
he eye which saw him
bones are full of , which shall l down with him in the
wickedness sweet in his mouth, he hide it under his tongue
them out of
e shall suck the the tongue shall slay him
e shall see the rivers, brooks of honey and butter
he hath oppressed the poor,
to fill his belly, God shall is wrath upon him, and rain
flee the iron weapon,
shall consume him it shall
The heaven shall his , and the earth
This is the portion wicked God, and the heritage
that I may speak
should not my spirit be trouble?
Mark me be , and lay your hand upon your mouth
when I I am afraid, and
before their eyes.
Their houses are safe from fear, the rod of God them.
Their , and not their cow calveth and not .
They send forth their
They spend their days in go down to .
say unto God from us, we desire not the knowledge of hy ways.
What is the Almighty, that we should serve im? hat profit should we have,
the counsel of the .
How oft the candle of the wicked put outow oft cometh their destruction upon
before the wind, and as that the storm carrieth away.
wrath of the Almighty.
, and his bones
, and the worms cover them.
I know , and imagine against me.
For ye say is the
that the wicked the day of destruction shall be brought forth the day
Yet shall he be brought to grave, and
are innumerable before him.
that thou art righteous?
pledge from thy for nought, and the naked of their
bread from the hungry
the earth, and the
shalt thou have thy delight in the Almighty, and lift up thy face unto God.
Th shalt make thy prayer unto im, and e shall hear thee, and thou shalt thy
and the light shall shine
of thine hands
that I might come is seat
my cause before im, and fill my mouth with arguments
would say unto
Will e plead against me with is great power
hideth himself, that I see
the commandment of is lips
when I consider, I am afraid of im.
For God maketh my heart soft and Almighty
from the Almighty,
drive away the ass of the fatherless th take the widows ox a pledge
wild asses in the desert go for their children.
They reap corn field
go naked without clothing, and
their wine presses, and
, and in the night a .
The eye of the waiteth for the
disguiseth his face.
In the they houses themselves in the
know the light.
For as the shadow of death
the mighty with
They are exalted for a little, but are gone brought taken out of the way and off as the ears of corn.
it not so
how can he be clean that is born of a woman?
Behold the oon shineth
the son of man,
that hath no
th that hath no wisdom? thou ?
whom hast thou
He stretcheth out the north over the empty, and hangeth the earth upon nothing.
He bindeth the water in clouds, the not .
He holdeth back is , and spreadeth is
He hath compassed the waters with bounds, until the day and night come to an end.
The pillars of heaven tremble and at is reproof.
He the sea with
hath garnished the heavensis hand hath the
the thunder of
hath taken away my and the Almighty,
while my breath is in me and the God is in my nostrils
God forbid that I should
my heart shall not me
in the Almighty he call upon God?
I will teach you the
God, and the heritage
and the innocent shall the .
house as moth, and as a booth that the
tempest stealeth him away in the night
wind carreth him and departeth a storm him out of his place.
their hands at him,
out of the earth, and
his hand upon the rock the mountains
ivers the rocks, and his eye seeth
the floods and the thing that is hid bringeth he to light.
where is the place of understanding?
is hid from the eyes of all , and from the fols of the air
Destruction and death say have heard with our ears.
the ends of the and under heaven
the winds, and
Job and :
Oh that I were as in months past, a in the days when God preserved me
the Almighty was with me when my about me
hen my with butter, and the rock me rivers of oil
hen I went through the city
hid themselves, the
rinces talking, and laid their hand their mouth
he their , and their tongue cleaved to the roof of their mouth.
I delivered the poor cried, and the fatherless
righteousness, me as a and .
I was eye the blind, and to the lame
I was a father the poor, and I knew not
, and plucked the spoil out of teeth.
root was spread out by the , and the dew lay upon my .
My , and my bow was in my hand.
Unto me men gave ear
waited for me as for the rain and
of my countenance
as one that comforteth
But now they that are younger thn I me in derision, whose fathers I would have
to have set with the dogs of my
he strength of their hands
the bushes, and uniper root their meat.
hey were driven forth men cried after them as after a thief
They were children of fools the
ow am I their song, am their
hey abhor me, they flee far from me, and
Upon my right hand
breaking in of waters
have taken hold upon me.
My bones are pierced in the night season, and my sinews take no rest.
am become like ashes.
I cry unto hee, hou dost not hear me I stand , hou regardest me not.
Thou art become
I looked for good, evil unto me and I waited for light, there came
in the congregation.
I am a dragons, and a .
My skin upon me, and my bones are burn with heat
y harp is turned to , and my .
I made a covenant with mine eyes
and what inheritance the lmighty from on
see my ways, and all my
If I have vanity, or if my ft to
et me be weighed in an even balance, that God may
If mine heart been deceived by a woman or if I have laid wait at door
then let my wife grind another, and let others bow down upon her.
For this is a , is to be punished
a fire that, and root out all
the fatherless hath
want of clothingr any poor
me, he warmed with the of my sheep
I lifted up my hand the fatherless in the
then let mine arm fall from my shoulder, and mine arm be broken from the
said to the fine gold art my
I rejoiced because my was great, and because hand much
have denied the God that
I rejoiced at the
suffered my mouth to sin
opened my doors
take it upon my shoulder, and as a .
I the number of my unto im
my land cry against me, or that the furrows thereof
if I have eaten the fruits thereof have the
let thistles grow instead of wheat, and barley.he words of Job
So these three men Job, because he righteous his own eyes
the son of Barachel the of the kindred of Ram
three friends was , because they had found no answer
the son of Barachel the I am young, and ye I was afraid, and not show
the inspiration of the Almighty giveth understanding.
men are not wise, neither aged
of you that
have found out wisdom God
For I am full of
which hath no vent new
will speak, that I may I will open my lips and
take me away.
hear my and hearken to
, and my lips shall .
The pirit of God hath made me, and the breath of the lmighty hath given me life.
If thou canst answer
spoken in mine , and I have heard the voice of thy words
am clean without , I am innocent
my feet in the stocks
Why dost thou strive against
, and his life from the sword.
so that his life bread, and his soul dainty meat.
is is consumed away, and his bones no
is soul draweth , and his life to .
f there be a messenger one among a thousand
teach thee wisdom.
unto me, ye that have .
For as the mouth tasteth
among ourselves what is
Job hath said am righteous, God
drinketh up like water
goeth in company of , and walketh with men
For he hath said
Therefore hearken unto me, understanding be it from God that e should
wickedness and from the lmighty that e should
every man to find according to his
the whole world?
shall turn again unto .
If thou ha understanding, hear hearken to the voice of my words
he that hateth right govern?
the persons of regardeth the rich more
than the poor For they all the work of is hands.
In be taken away without hand.
is eyes upon the ways of man, and e seeth all his goings.
There is no darkness
others in their stead.
ore knoweth their
, and would not is ways
so that they cause the of the poor to come unto im, and e heareth the
, whether it be
if I have done
men of understanding
that thou saidst
Look unto the and behold the clouds are higher than thou.
If thou sinnest, what doest thou againstf be ,
If thou be righteous, what givest thou im? Or what receiveth e of
the beasts of the earth, and us than the fols of
giveth answer, because of the pride of evil men.
a little, and I show thee I have yet to speak on God's behalf.
I will will ascribe to my aker
from the righteous,
them their work and
their days in prosperity and their years in
But if they not, they shall the sword, and
, and their life the
Behold, God is
they pour down
the bottom of the sea.
the light, and cometh
The thereof showeth
moved out of his place.
Hear the of is voice, and the that goeth out of is mouth.
great things doth e, which we
every man, that
Out of the south cometh the , and cold out of the north.
the breath of God frost
, that they may do whatsoever e commandeth
Hearken unto this, O Job stand still and consider the wondrous works of God.
are warm, when e the outh wind?
Hast thou im spread out the , which is ?
Teach us what we say im, for we of darkness.
Shall it be told im I
in the clouds,
Job out of the , and said:
Wh is that words?
Gird up thy loins like a man for I will thee, a answer.
Where wast thou when I laid the foundations of the earth? if thou hast understanding.
Who hath knowest? Or who hath the line upon it?
the ? Or who lad the ,
when the morning stars together, and all the of God ?
ho shut the sea with doors, when it forth as out of womb
hen I made the
come, but no further and here thy proud waves
that it might take hold of the of the earth, that the might be shaken out
hast thou walked in the of the
Have the gates of death been open unto theer hast thou seen the door of
where light dwelleth
into the of the snow or hast thou seen the of
which I have against the time of trouble, against the of battle and war?
By what way is the light parted, the upon the earth?
? Or who hath begotten the drops of dew?
Out of whose womb came the ice?
Canst thou bind the sweet influences of Pleiades, or loose the bands of Orion?
32 Canst thou bring forth Mazzaroth in his season? r canst thou guide Arcturus with his sons?
Knowest thou the time when the wild goats
bring forth their young
the wilderness and the land
the multitude of the , neither the crying of the driver
Will the unicorn be to, or abide by thy crib?
Canst thou bind the
thou trust him because r thy labor him?
thou believe him, that he will bring home the
and forgetteth them
young ones, as though they were not in vain
because God hath
Hast thou given the horse strength?
the ground with
he smelleth the battle afar off, the the
aptains and the shouting.
, and make her nest on high
Job answered the
hand upon my mouth.
Once have I spoken, but I will
unto Job out of the and said:
Gird up thy loins now like a man
thou condemn e, that thou mayest be righteous?
own right hand save thee.
Behold Behemoth, I made with thee eateth as an ox
h is in his loins, and in the navel of his .
He his tail like a edar
bones are like of iron.
, where all the beasts of the field
him with their shadow the willows of the brook him
thou draw out Leviathan with a hook? r his tongue with a ?
Canst thou put a in nose or bore his jaw through with a
Will he make a covenant with thee?
with him as with a bird? Or
among the ?
Canst thou fill his skin with his head
ay thine hand upon him
is able to stand before
the doors of his face?
that no air can come
one another, that they cannot be sundered.
is a, and his eyes like the morning.
Out of his mouth go and fire out
of his nostrils goeth smoke, as out of seething pot.
His breath coals, flame goeth out of his mouth.
In his neck remaineth strength, and sorrow is turned
His heart is as
He maketh the deep to boil like a pot
Upon earth there is
all high things is a king over all the children of pride.
Then Job answered the and said:
I know that hou
Therefore have I
dust and ashes.
the had spoken these words unto Job, said
Elipha the thee and thy two friends for ye have
spoken the thing that is right, as y servant Job hath.
Therefore take seven and seven rams, and go to y servant Job, offer for yourselves a burnt offeringnd y servant Job pray for youim will I
accept, deal with you after your in that ye have not spoken the thing which is
right, like y servant Job
So Elipha the Bldad the Suhite and the Naamathite went and did
according as the commanded them. The also accepted Job
nd the Job when he prayed for his friends the
gave Job twice as much as he had .
hen came there unto him all his brethren all his sisters, all had been of his
acquaintance , and ate bread with him in his house him and
him over all the that the had brought upon him. Every man gave him a
for he had fourteen
thousand sheep, and six thousand camels, and a thousand yoke of oxen, and a thousand .
He had also seven sons and three daughters.
all the land were found so fair as the daughters of Job, and their father gave
them inheritance among their brethren.
After this Job hundred and forty years,