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22 Then Eliphaz the Temanite replied:
Can even a wise man be of use to Him?
3 Does it delight the * Almighty if you are righteous?
Does He profit if you perfect your behavior? t
because of your piety? u
and aren’t your iniquities endless?
6 For you took collateral v from your brothers without cause,
stripping off their clothes and leaving them naked.
and withheld food from the famished, w
and an influential man lived on it.
and sudden dread terrifies z you,
and a flood of water covers you. a
And look at the highest stars—how lofty they are!
Can He judge through thick darkness? b
14 Clouds c veil Him so that He cannot see,
as He walks on the circle of the sky.”
that wicked men have walked?
and their foundations d were washed away by a river.
The counsel of the wicked is far from me!
the innocent mock them, saying, g
and fire has consumed what they left behind.” h
21 Come to terms with God and be at peace; i
in this way j good will come to you.
22 Receive instruction from His mouth, k
and place His sayings l in your heart.
23 If you return m to the Almighty, you will be renewed.
If you banish injustice from your tent
and your finest silver.
26 Then you will delight o in the Almighty
and lift up your face to God. p
27 You will pray to Him, and He will hear you, q
and you will fulfill your vows.
28 When you make a decision, it will be carried out, r
and light will shine on your ways. s
30 He will even rescue the * guilty one,
who will be rescued by the purity of your hands. v
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