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Job chapter 29

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Job began speaking again.
2
If only my life could once again be as it was when God watched over me.
3
God was always with me then and gave me light as I walked through the darkness.
4
Those were the days when I was prosperous, and the friendship of God protected my home.
5
Almighty God was with me then, and I was surrounded by all my children.
6
My cows and goats gave plenty of milk, and my olive trees grew in the rockiest soil.
7
Whenever the city elders met and I took my place among them,
8
young men stepped aside as soon as they saw me, and old men stood up to show me respect.
9
The leaders of the people would stop talking;
10
even the most important men kept silent.
11
Everyone who saw me or heard of me had good things to say about what I had done.
12
When the poor cried out, I helped them; I gave help to orphans who had nowhere to turn.
13
People who were in deepest misery praised me, and I helped widows find security.
14
I have always acted justly and fairly.
15
I was eyes for the blind, and feet for the lame.
16
I was like a father to the poor and took the side of strangers in trouble.
17
I destroyed the power of cruel men and rescued their victims.
18
I always expected to live a long life and to die at home in comfort.
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I was like a tree whose roots always have water and whose branches are wet with dew.
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Everyone was always praising me, and my strength never failed me.
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When I gave advice, people were silent and listened carefully to what I said;
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they had nothing to add when I had finished. My words sank in like drops of rain;
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everyone welcomed them just as farmers welcome rain in spring.
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I smiled on them when they had lost confidence; my cheerful face encouraged them.
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I took charge and made the decisions; I led them as a king leads his troops, and gave them comfort in their despair.

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