The Darby Bible
Job, Chapter 27

   1: And Job continued his parable and said,
   2: [As] God liveth, who hath taken away my right, and the Almighty, who hath embittered my soul,
   3: All the while my breath is in me, and the spirit of God is in my nostrils,
   4: My lips shall not speak unrighteousness, nor my tongue utter deceit!
   5: Be it far from me that I should justify you; till I die I will not remove my blamelessness from me.
   6: My righteousness I hold fast, and will not let it go: my heart reproacheth [me] not one of my days.
   7: Let mine enemy be as the wicked, and he that riseth up against me as the unrighteous.
   8: For what is the hope of the ungodly, when [God] cutteth him off, when God taketh away his soul?
   9: Will God hear his cry when distress cometh upon him?
   10: Doth he delight himself in the Almighty? will he at all times call upon God?
   11: I will teach you concerning the hand of God; what is with the Almighty will I not conceal.
   12: Behold, ye yourselves have all seen [it]; and why are ye thus altogether vain?
   13: This is the portion of the wicked man with God, and the heritage of the violent, which they receive from the Almighty: --
   14: If his children be multiplied, it is for the sword, and his offspring shall not be satisfied with bread;
   15: Those that remain of him shall be buried by death, and his widows shall not weep.
   16: Though he heap up silver as the dust, and prepare clothing as the clay;
   17: He may prepare it, but the just shall put it on; and the innocent shall divide the silver.
   18: He buildeth his house as the moth, and as a booth that a keeper maketh.
   19: He lieth down rich, but will do so no more; he openeth his eyes, and he is not.
   20: Terrors overtake him like waters; a whirlwind stealeth him away in the night.
   21: The east wind carrieth him away and he is gone; and as a storm it hurleth him out of his place.
   22: And [God] shall cast upon him and not spare: he would fain flee out of his hand.
   23: [Men] shall clap their hands at him, and shall hiss him out of his place.

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