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33 “But now, hear my speech, O Job,
and listen to all my words.
2 Behold, I jopen my mouth;
the tongue in my mouth speaks.
and what my lips know they speak sincerely.
4 kThe Spirit of God has made me,
and lthe breath of the Almighty gives me life.
5 mAnswer me, if you can;
nset your words in order before me; take your stand.
I too was pinched off from a piece of oclay.
7 Behold, no pfear of me need terrify you;
my qpressure will not be heavy upon you.
and I have heard the sound of your words.
I am clean, and there is no iniquity in me.
he tcounts me as his enemy,
11 he uputs my feet in the stocks
and vwatches all my paths.’
for God is greater than man.
13 Why do you wcontend against him,
14 For God yspeaks in one way,
when cdeep sleep falls on men,
while they slumber on their beds,
16 then he eopens the ears of men
and terrifies3 them with warnings,
17 that he may turn man aside from his fdeed
and conceal pride from a man;
his life from gperishing by the sword.
and with continual strife in his hbones,
20 so that his ilife loathes bread,
and his appetite jthe choicest food.
and his bones that were not seen kstick out.
22 His soul draws near lthe pit,
and his life to mthose who bring death.
23 If there be for him nan angel,
to declare to man what is qright for him,
‘Deliver him from going down into the pit;
I have found ra ransom;
25 let his flesh sbecome fresh with youth;
let him return to the days of his youthful vigor’;
he usees his face with a shout of joy,
and he vrestores to man his righteousness.
‘I wsinned and perverted what was right,
and it was not repaid to me.
and my life shall zlook upon the light.’
twice, athree times, with a man,
that he may be lighted with bthe light of life.
be silent, and I will speak.
32 If you have any words, canswer me;
dspeak, for I desire to justify you.
33 If not, elisten to me;
be silent, and I will teach you wisdom.”
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