Job’s Past Was Glorious1And Job again took up his a discourse and said, 2“Oh that I were as in months gone by,
As in the days when God b watched over me;
3When c His lamp shone over my head,
And d by His light I walked through darkness;
4As I was in ▼
▼ Lit the days of my autumnthe prime of my days,
When the ▼
▼ Lit counsel, g friendship of God was over my tent;
▼ Heb Shaddaithe Almighty was yet with me,
And my children were around me;
6When my steps were bathed in i butter,
And the j rock poured out for me streams of oil!
7“When I went out to k the gate of the city,
When I ▼
▼ Lit set uptook my seat in the square,
8The young men saw me and hid themselves,
And the old men arose and stood.
9“The princes m stopped talking
And n put their hands on their mouths;
10The voice of the nobles was ▼
▼ Lit hidden, p hushed,
And their q tongue stuck to their palate.
11“For when r the ear heard, it called me blessed,
And when the eye saw, it gave witness of me,
12Because I delivered s the poor who cried for help,
And the t orphan who had no helper.
13“The blessing of the one u ready to perish came upon me,
And I made the v widow’s heart sing for joy.
14“I w put on righteousness, and it clothed me;
My justice was like a robe and a turban.
15“I was x eyes to the blind
And feet to the lame.
16“I was a father to y the needy,
And I investigated the case which I did not know.
17“I z broke the jaws of the wicked
And snatched the prey from his teeth.
18“Then I ▼
▼ Lit saidthought, ‘I shall die ▼
▼ Lit within my nest,
And I shall multiply my days as the sand.
19‘My ac root is spread out to the waters,
And ad dew lies all night on my branch.
20‘My glory is ever new with me,
And my ae bow is renewed in my hand.’
21“To me af they listened and waited,
And kept silent for my counsel.
22“After my words they did not ag speak again,
And ah my speech dropped on them.
23“They waited for me as for the rain,
And opened their mouth as for the spring rain.
24“I smiled on them when they did not believe,
And the light of my face they did not cast down.
25“I chose a way for them and sat as ai chief,
And dwelt as a king among the troops,
As one who aj comforted the mourners.
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