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27 And Job again rtook up his discourse, and said:
2 “As God lives, who has staken away my right,
and the Almighty, who has tmade my soul bitter,
and uthe spirit of God is in my nostrils,
4 my lips will not speak vfalsehood,
and my tongue will not utter vdeceit.
till I die I will not put away my wintegrity from me.
6 I xhold fast my righteousness and will not let it go;
my heart does not yreproach me for any of my days.
and let him who rises up against me be as the unrighteous.
when God takes away his life?
9 bWill God hear his cry
when distress comes upon him?
10 Will he ctake delight in the Almighty?
Will he call upon God at all times?
dwhat is with the Almighty I will not conceal.
why then have you become altogether vain?
13 e“This is the portion of a wicked man with God,
and the heritage that foppressors receive from the Almighty:
and his descendants have not enough bread.
and his iwidows do not weep.
16 Though he jheap up silver like dust,
and pile up clothing like clay,
and kthe innocent will divide the silver.
18 He builds his lhouse like a moth’s,
19 He goes to bed rich, but will odo so no more;
he opens his eyes, and phis wealth is gone.
in the night a whirlwind scarries him off.
21 tThe east wind lifts him up and he is gone;
it usweeps him out of his place.
he flees from its2 power in headlong flight.
23 It wclaps its hands at him
and xhisses at him from its place.
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