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Print Version Main Index : Bibles : YLT Index : Job Index : Chapter 22

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Job, Chapter 22
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   1: And Eliphaz the Temanite answereth and saith: --
   2: To God is a man profitable, Because a wise man to himself is profitable?
   3: Is it a delight to the Mighty One That thou art righteous? is it gain, That thou makest perfect thy ways?
   4: Because of thy reverence Doth He reason [with] thee? He entereth with thee into judgment:
   5: Is not thy wickedness abundant? And there is no end to thine iniquities.
   6: For thou takest a pledge of thy brother for nought, And the garments of the naked Thou dost strip off.
   7: Thou causest not the weary to drink water, And from the hungry thou withholdest bread.
   8: As to the man of arm -- he hath the earth, And the accepted of face -- he dwelleth in it.
   9: Widows thou hast sent away empty, And the arms of the fatherless are bruised.
   10: Therefore round about thee [are] snares, And trouble thee doth fear suddenly.
   11: Or darkness -- thou dost not see, And abundance of waters doth cover thee.
   12: Is not God high [in] heaven? And see the summit of the stars, That they are high.
   13: And thou hast said, 'What -- hath God known? Through thickness doth He judge?
   14: Thick clouds [are] a secret place to Him, And He doth not see;' And the circle of the heavens He walketh habitually,
   15: The path of the age dost thou observe, That men of iniquity have trodden?
   16: Who have been cut down unexpectedly, A flood is poured out on their foundation.
   17: Those saying to God, 'Turn aside from us,' And what doth the Mighty One to them?
   18: And he hath filled their houses [with] good: (And the counsel of the wicked Hath been far from me.)
   19: See do the righteous and they rejoice, And the innocent mocketh at them,
   20: 'Surely our substance hath not been cut off, And their excellency hath fire consumed.'
   21: Acquaint thyself, I pray thee, with Him, And be at peace, Thereby thine increase [is] good.
   22: Receive, I pray thee, from His mouth a law, And set His sayings in thy heart.
   23: If thou dost return unto the Mighty Thou art built up, Thou puttest iniquity far from thy tents.
   24: So as to set on the dust a defence, And on a rock of the valleys a covering.
   25: And the Mighty hath been thy defence, And silver [is] strength to thee.
   26: For then on the Mighty thou delightest thyself, And dost lift up unto God thy face,
   27: Thou dost make supplication unto Him, And He doth hear thee, And thy vows thou completest.
   28: And thou decreest a saying, And it is established to thee, And on thy ways hath light shone.
   29: For they have made low, And thou sayest, 'Lift up.' And the bowed down of eyes he saveth.
   30: He delivereth the not innocent, Yea, he hath been delivered By the cleanness of thy hands.

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