Job Chapter 35 - Douay-Rheims Catholic Bible
- Moreover Eliu spoke these words:
- Doth thy thought seem right to thee, that thou shouldst say: I am more just than God?
- For thou saidst: That which is right doth not please thee: or what will it profit thee if I sin?
- Therefore I will answer thy words, and thy friends with thee.
- Look up to heaven and see, and behold the sky, that it is higher than thee.
- If thou sin, what shalt thou hurt him? and if thy iniquities be multiplied, what shalt thou do against him?
- And if thou do justly, what shalt thou give him, or what shall he receive of thy hand?
- Thy wickedness may hurt a man that is like thee: and thy justice may help the son of man.
- By reason of the multitude of oppressions they shall cry out: and shall wail for the violence of the arm of tyrants.
- And he hath not said: Where is God, who made me, who hath given songs in the night?
- Who teacheth us more than the beasts of the earth, and instructeth us more than the fowls of the air.
- There shall they cry, and he will not hear, because of the pride of evil men.
- God therefore will not hear in vain, and the Almighty will look into the causes of every one.
- Yea when thou shalt say: He considereth not: be judged before him, and expect him.
- For he doth not now bring on his fury, neither doth he revenge wickedness exceedingly.
- Therefore Job openeth his mouth in vain, and multiplieth words without knowledge.
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