Job 7:6-76My days are a swifter than b a weaver’s shuttle
and come to their end without hope.
7 “Remember that my life is a c breath;
my eye will never again see good.
Job 7:1616I d loathe my life; I would not live forever.
e Leave me alone, for my days are f a breath.
Job 8:99For we are but of yesterday and know nothing,
for our days on earth are g a shadow.
Job 9:25-2625 “My h days are swifter than i a runner;
they flee away; they see no good.
26They go by like j skiffs of reed,
like k an eagle swooping on the prey.
Job Continues: Death Comes Soon to All1 “Man who is l born of a woman
is m few of days and n full of trouble.
Psalms 39:55Behold, you have made my days a few handbreadths,
and o my lifetime is as nothing before you.
Surely p all mankind stands as a mere breath! Selah
Psalms 103:15-1615 As for man, his days are like q grass;
he flourishes like r a flower of the field;
16for s the wind passes over it, and t it is gone,
and u its place knows it no more.
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