THE HOLY BIBLE Authorized King James

Job (Author Job and/or Moses)

8:1Then answered Bildad the Shuhite, and said,

8:2How long wilt thou speak these things? and how long shall the words of thy mouth be like a strong wind?

8:3Doth God pervert judgment? or doth the Almighty pervert justice?

8:4If thy children have sinned against him, and he have cast them away for their transgression;

8:5If thou wouldest seek unto God betimes, and make thy supplication to the Almighty;

8:6If thou wert pure and upright; surely now he would awake for thee, and make the habitation of thy righteousness prosperous.

8:7Though thy beginning was small, yet thy latter end should greatly increase.

8:8For enquire, I pray thee, of the former age, and prepare thyself to the search of their fathers:

8:9(For we are but of yesterday, and know nothing, because our days upon earth are a shadow:)

8:10Shall not they teach thee, and tell thee, and utter words out of their heart?

8:11Can the rush grow up without mire? can the flag grow without water?

8:12Whilst it is yet in his greenness, and not cut down, it withereth before any other herb.

8:13So are the paths of all that forget God; and the hypocrite's hope shall perish:

8:14Whose hope shall be cut off, and whose trust shall be a spider's web.

8:15He shall lean upon his house, but it shall not stand: he shall hold it fast, but it shall not endure.

8:16He is green before the sun, and his branch shooteth forth in his garden.

8:17His roots are wrapped about the heap, and seeth the place of stones.

8:18If he destroy him from his place, then it shall deny him, saying, I have not seen thee.

8:19Behold, this is the joy of his way, and out of the earth shall others grow.

8:20Behold, God will not cast away a perfect man, neither will he help the evil doers:

8:21Till he fill thy mouth with laughing, and thy lips with rejoicing.

8:22They that hate thee shall be clothed with shame; and the dwelling place of the wicked shall come to nought.



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