Job 10:33 a Does it seem good to you to oppress,
to despise b the work of your hands
c and favor the designs of the wicked?
Job 27:22 “As God lives, who has d taken away my right,
and the Almighty, who has e made my soul bitter,
Job 34:5-65For Job has said, ‘I am f in the right,
and g God has taken away my right;
6in spite of my right I am counted a liar;
my wound is incurable, though I am h without transgression.’
Job 34:17-1817 i Shall one who hates justice govern?
Will you condemn him who is righteous and mighty,
18who j says to a king, ‘Worthless one,’
and to nobles, ‘Wicked man,’
Job 35:22 “Do you think this to be just?
Do you say, k ‘It is my right before God,’
Job 40:88Will you even put me in the wrong?
Will you condemn me that l you may be in the right?
Luke 10:2929But he, m desiring to justify himself, said to Jesus, “And who is my neighbor?”
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