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4 Thena Eliphaz the Temanite answered and said,
Butb who can refrain from speaking?
and you have strengthened weak hands.
and you have strengthened knees giving way.
it touches you, and you are horrified.
Is not your hope evenc the integrity of your ways?
7 “⌊Think⌋d now, who has perished who is innocent?
Ore where are the upright destroyed?
and sowers of trouble will reap it.
9 Byf the breath of God they perish,
and byg the blast of his anger they come to an end.
and the teeth of the young lions are broken.
11 The lion is perishing withouth prey,
and the lion’s whelps are scattered.
and my ear received the whisper from it.
at the falling of deep sleep on men,
and it made many of my bones shake.
the hair of my fleshi bristled.
16 It stood still, butj I could not recognize its appearance;
a form was ⌊before⌋k my eyes;
there was a hush, and I heard a voice:
or can a man be more pure than his Maker?
and he charges his angels with error.
whose foundation is in the dust?
They are crushed like a moth.
20 ⌊Between morning and evening⌋l they are destroyed;
without anyone regarding it they perish forever.
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The Lexham English Bible contains a translation of the original languages into smooth, readable English. It also contains copious footnotes which address translation issues, instances of Old Testament quotations in the New Testament, and various textual-critical issues. This translation also indicates the use of idioms in the Greek and Hebrew text. In cases where a literal rendering of Greek or Hebrew would prevent a smooth English translation, footnotes indicate the literal English translation, accompanied by explanatory notes as necessary.
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