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Job 36

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And Elihu went on to say,

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Give me a little more time, and I will make it clear to you; for I have still something to say for God.

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I will get my knowledge from far, and I will give righteousness to my Maker.

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For truly my words are not false; one who has all knowledge is talking with you.

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Truly, God gives up the hard-hearted, and will not give life to the sinner.

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His eyes are ever on the upright, and he gives to the crushed their right;

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Lifting them up to the seat of kings, and making them safe for ever.

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And if they have been prisoned in chains, and taken in cords of trouble,

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Then he makes clear to them what they have done, even their evil works in which they have taken pride.

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Their ear is open to his teaching, and he gives them orders so that their hearts may be turned from evil.

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If they give ear to his voice, and do his word, then he gives them long life, and years full of pleasure.

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But if not, they come to their end, and give up their breath without knowledge.

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Those who have no fear of God keep wrath stored up in their hearts; they give no cry for help when they are made prisoners.

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They come to their end while they are still young, their life is short like that of those who are used for sex purposes in the worship of their gods.

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He makes the wrong done to the poor the way of their salvation, opening their ears by their trouble.

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Take care not to be turned to sin, for you have taken evil for your part in place of sorrow.

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Truly God is lifted up in strength; who is a ruler like him?

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Who ever gave orders to him, or said to him, You have done wrong?

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See that you give praise to his work, about which men make songs.

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All people are looking on it; man sees it from far.

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Truly, God is great, greater than all our knowledge; the number of his years may not be searched out.

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For he takes up the drops from the sea; he sends them through his mist as rain,

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Flowing down from the sky, and dropping on the peoples.

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And who has knowledge of how the clouds are stretched out, or of the thunders of his tent?

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See, he is stretching out his mist, covering the tops of the mountains with it.

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For by these he gives food to the peoples, and bread in full measure.

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He takes the light in his hands, sending it against the mark.

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The thunder makes clear his passion, and the storm gives news of his wrath.


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