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11 Then Zophar the Naamathite replied:
2 Should this abundance of wordsp go unanswered
and such a talkerK be acquitted?
so that you can keep on ridiculing
with no one to humiliate you?
4 You have said, “My teachingq is sound,
and I am pure in your sight.”
and open his lips against you!
6 He would show you the secrets of wisdom,r
for true wisdom has two sides.
Know then that God has chosen to overlook some of your iniquity.s
or discover the limits of the Almighty?t
They are deeper than Sheol—what can you know?u
and wider than the sea.
or convenes a court, who can stop him?a
If he sees iniquity, will he not take note of it?b
as soon as a wild donkey is born a human!
and spread out your hands to him in prayer—
and don’t allow injustice to dwell in your tents—
You will be firmly established and unafraid.c
recalling it only as water that has flowed by.
18 You will be confident, because there is hope.e
You will look carefully about and lie down in safety.f
and many will seek your favor.g
20 But the sight of the wickedh will fail.
Their way of escape will be cut off,
and their only hope is their last breath.i
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