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Book 29 : KETUVIM - JOB - Chapter 017


My spirit is consumed, my days are extinct, the grave is ready for me


Surely there are mockers with me, and mine eye abideth in their provocation


Give now a pledge, be surety for me with Thyself; who else is there that will strike hands with me


For Thou hast hid their heart from understanding; therefore shalt Thou not exalt them


He that denounceth his friends for the sake of flattery, even the eyes of his children shall fail


He hath made me also a byword of the people; and I am become one in whose face they spit


Mine eye also is dimmed by reason of vexation, and all my members are as a shadow


Upright men are astonished at this, and the innocent stirreth up himself against the godless


Yet the righteous holdeth on his way, and he that hath clean hands waxeth stronger and stronger


But as for you all, do ye return, and come now; and I shall not find a wise man among you


My days are past, my purposes are broken off, even the thoughts of my heart


They change the night into day; the light is short because of darkness


If I look for the nether-world as my house; if I have spread my couch in the darkness


If I have said to corruption: 'Thou art my father', to the worm: 'Thou art my mother, and my sister'


Where then is my hope? And as for my hope, who shall see it


They shall go down to the bars of the nether-world, when we are at rest together in the dust

Book 29 : KETUVIM - JOB - Chapter 017

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