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Job 40
New Living Translation
40Then the LORD said to Job,H3068H6030H347H559 2"Do you still want to argue with the Almighty? You are God's critic, but do you have the answers?"H7378H7706H3250H3198H433H6030

Job Responds to the Lord

3Then Job replied to the LORD,H347H6030H3068H559 4"I am nothing—how could I ever find the answers? I will cover my mouth with my hand.H7043H7725H7760H3027H3926H6310 5I have said too much already. I have nothing more to say."H259H1696H6030H8147H3254

The Lord Challenges Job Again

6Then the LORD answered Job from the whirlwind.H6030H3068H347H5591H559 7"Brace yourself like a man, because I have some questions for you, and you must answer them.H247H2504H1397H7592H3045 8"Will you discredit my justice and condemn me just to prove you are right?H6565H4941H7561H6663 9Are you as strong as God? Can you thunder with a voice like his?H2220H410H7481H6963 10All right, put on your glory and splendor, your honor and majesty.H5710H1347H1363H3847H1935H1926 11Give vent to your anger. Let it overflow against the proud.H6327H5678H639H7200H1343H8213 12Humiliate the proud with a glance; walk on the wicked where they stand.H7200H1343H3665H1915H7563 13Bury them in the dust. Imprison them in the world of the dead.H2934H6083H3162H2280H6440H2934 14Then even I would praise you, for your own strength would save you.H3034H3225H3467 15"Take a look at Behemoth, which I made, just as I made you. It eats grass like an ox.H930H6213H398H2682H1241 16See its powerful loins and the muscles of its belly.H3581H4975H202H8306H990 17Its tail is as strong as a cedar. The sinews of its thighs are knit tightly together.H2654H2180H730H1517H6344H8276 18Its bones are tubes of bronze. Its limbs are bars of iron.H6106H650H5154H1634H4300H1270 19It is a prime example of God's handiwork, and only its Creator can threaten it.H7225H1870H410H6213H5066H2719H5066 20The mountains offer it their best food, where all the wild animals play.H2022H5375H944H2416H7704H7832 21It lies under the lotus plants, hidden by the reeds in the marsh.H7901H6628H5643H7070H1207 22The lotus plants give it shade among the willows beside the stream.H6628H5526H6752H6155H5158H5437 23It is not disturbed by the raging river, not concerned when the swelling Jordan rushes around it.H6231H5104H2648H982H1518H3383H6310 24No one can catch it off guard or put a ring in its nose and lead it away.H3947H5869H639H5344H4170


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