Moreover the LORDH3068 answeredH6030 Job,H347 and said,H559
Shall he that contendsH7378 with the AlmightyH7706 instructH3250 him? he that reprovesH3198 God,H433 let him answerH6030 it.
Then JobH347 answeredH6030 the LORD,H3068 and said,H559
Behold,H2005 I am vile;H7043 whatH4100 shall I answerH7725 you? I will layH7760 my handH3027 on my mouth.H6310
OnceH259 have I spoken;H1696 but I will not answer:H6030 yes, twice;H8147 but I will proceedH3254 noH3808 further.
Then answeredH6030 the LORDH3068 to JobH347 out of the whirlwind,H5591 and said,H559
GirdH247 up your loinsH2504 nowH4994 like a man:H1397 I will demandH7592 of you, and declareH3045 you to me.
Will you alsoH637 cancelH6565 my judgment?H4941 will you condemnH7561 me, that you may be righteous?H6663
Have you an armH2220 like God?H410 or can you thunderH7481 with a voiceH6963 likeH3644 him?
DeckH5710 yourself nowH4994 with majestyH1347 and excellency;H1363 and arrayH3847 yourself with gloryH1935 and beauty.H1926
CastH6327 abroadH6327 the rageH5678 of your wrath:H639 and beholdH7200 everyH3605 one that is proud,H1343 and abaseH8213 him.
LookH7200 on everyH3605 one that is proud,H1343 and bringH3665 him low;H3665 and treadH1915 down the wickedH7563 in their place.H8478
HideH2934 them in the dustH6083 together;H3162 and bindH2280 their facesH6440 in secret.H2934
Then will I alsoH1571 confessH3034 to you that your own rightH3225 handH3225 can saveH3467 you.
BeholdH2009 nowH4994 behemoth,H930 whichH834 I madeH6213 with you; he eatsH398 grassH2682 as an ox.H1241
SeeH2009 now,H4994 his strengthH3581 is in his loins,H4975 and his forceH202 is in the navelH8306 of his belly.H990
He movesH2654 his tailH2180 likeH3644 a cedar:H730 the sinewsH1517 of his stonesH6344 are wrappedH8276 together.
His bonesH6106 are as strongH650 pieces of brass;H5154 his bonesH1634 are like barsH4300 of iron.H1270
He is the chiefH7225 of the waysH1870 of God:H410 he that madeH6213 him can make his swordH2719 to approachH5066 to him.
SurelyH3588 the mountainsH2022 bringH5375 him forth food,H944 whereH8033 allH3605 the beastsH2416 of the fieldH7704 play.H7832
He liesH7901 underH8478 the shadyH6628 trees, in the covertH5643 of the reed,H7070 and fens.H1207
The shadyH6628 trees coverH5526 him with their shadow;H6752 the willowsH6155 of the brookH5158 compassH5437 him about.
Behold,H2005 he drinksH6231 up a river,H5104 and hastensH2648 not: he trustsH982 that he can drawH1518 up JordanH3383 intoH413 his mouth.H6310
He takesH3947 it with his eyes:H5869 his noseH639 piercesH5344 through snares.H4170