Job: What Can I Say?1Then the Lord said to Job, 2“Will the faultfinder a contend with the Almighty?
Let him who b reproves God answer it.”
3Then Job answered the Lord and said, 4“Behold, I am insignificant; what can I reply to You?
I c lay my hand on my mouth.
5“Once I have spoken, and d I will not answer;
Even twice, and I will add nothing more.”
God Questions Job6Then the e Lord answered Job out of the storm and said, 7“Now f gird up your loins like a man;
I will g ask you, and you instruct Me.
8“Will you really h annul My judgment?
Will you i condemn Me j that you may be justified?
9“Or do you have an arm like God,
And can you k thunder with a voice like His?
10 l “Adorn yourself with eminence and dignity,
And clothe yourself with honor and majesty.
11“Pour out m the overflowings of your anger,
And look on everyone who is n proud, and make him low.
12“Look on everyone who is proud, and o humble him,
And p tread down the wicked ▼
▼ Lit under themwhere they stand.
13 r “Hide them in the dust together;
▼ Or their facesthem in the hidden place.
14“Then I will also ▼
▼ Or praise youconfess to you,
That your own right hand can save you.
God’s Power Shown in Creatures15“Behold now ▼
▼ Or the hippopotamusBehemoth, which v I made ▼
▼ Lit withas well as you;
He eats grass like an ox.
16“Behold now, his strength in his loins
And his power in the muscles of his belly.
17“He bends his tail like a cedar;
The sinews of his thighs are knit together.
18“His bones are tubes of bronze;
▼ Lit boneslimbs are like bars of iron.
19“He is the y first of the ways of God;
Let his z maker bring near his sword.
20“Surely the mountains aa bring him food,
And all the beasts of the field ab play there.
21“Under the lotus plants he lies down,
In the covert of the reeds and the marsh.
22“The lotus plants cover him with ▼
▼ Lit his shadeshade;
The willows of the brook surround him.
23“If a river ▼
▼ Or oppressesrages, he is not alarmed;
He is confident, though the ae Jordan rushes to his mouth.
24“Can anyone capture him ▼
▼ Lit in his eyeswhen he is on watch,
▼ Lit snaresbarbs can anyone pierce his nose?
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