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Job chapter 16

1
I have heard words like that before; the comfort you give is only torment.
2
(SEE 16:1)
3
Are you going to keep on talking forever? Do you always have to have the last word?
4
If you were in my place and I in yours, I could say everything you are saying. I could shake my head wisely and drown you with a flood of words.
5
I could strengthen you with advice and keep talking to comfort you.
6
But nothing I say helps, and being silent does not calm my pain.
7
You have worn me out, God; you have let my family be killed.
8
You have seized me; you are my enemy. I am skin and bones, and people take that as proof of my guilt.
9
In anger God tears me limb from limb; he glares at me with hate.
10
People sneer at me; they crowd around me and slap my face.
11
God has handed me over to evil people.
12
I was living in peace, but God took me by the throat and battered me and crushed me. God uses me for target practice
13
and shoots arrows at me from every side--- arrows that pierce and wound me; and even then he shows no pity.
14
He wounds me again and again; he attacks like a soldier gone mad with hate.
15
I mourn and wear clothes made of sackcloth, and I sit here in the dust defeated.
16
I have cried until my face is red, and my eyes are swollen and circled with shadows,
17
but I am not guilty of any violence, and my prayer to God is sincere.
18
O Earth, don't hide the wrongs done to me! Don't let my call for justice be silenced!
19
There is someone in heaven to stand up for me and take my side.
20
My friends scorn me; my eyes pour out tears to God.
21
I want someone to plead with God for me, as one pleads for a friend.
22
My years are passing now, and I walk the road of no return.

Job chapter 17

1
The end of my life is near. I can hardly breathe; there is nothing left for me but the grave.
2
I watch how bitterly everyone mocks me.
3
I am being honest, God. Accept my word. There is no one else to support what I say.
4
You have closed their minds to reason; don't let them triumph over me now.
5
In the old proverb someone betrays his friends for money, and his children suffer for it.
6
And now people use this proverb against me; they come and spit in my face.
7
My grief has almost made me blind; my arms and legs are as thin as shadows.
8
Those who claim to be honest are shocked, and they all condemn me as godless.
9
Those who claim to be respectable are more and more convinced they are right.
10
But if all of them came and stood before me, I would not find even one of them wise.
11
My days have passed; my plans have failed; my hope is gone.
12
But my friends say night is daylight; they say that light is near, but I know I remain in darkness.
13
My only hope is the world of the dead, where I will lie down to sleep in the dark.
14
I will call the grave my father, and the worms that eat me I will call my mother and my sisters.
15
Where is there any hope for me? Who sees any?
16
Hope will not go with me when I go down to the world of the dead.

Job chapter 18

1
Job, can't people like you ever be quiet? If you stopped to listen, we could talk to you.
2
(SEE 18:1)
3
What makes you think we are as stupid as cattle?
4
You are only hurting yourself with your anger. Will the earth be deserted because you are angry? Will God move mountains to satisfy you?
5
The light of the wicked will still be put out; its flame will never burn again.
6
The lamp in their tents will be darkened.
7
Their steps were firm, but now they stumble; they fall---victims of their own advice.
8
They walk into a net, and their feet are caught;
9
a trap catches their heels and holds them.
10
On the ground a snare is hidden; a trap has been set in their path.
11
All around them terror is waiting; it follows them at every step.
12
They used to be rich, but now they go hungry; disaster stands and waits at their side.
13
A deadly disease spreads over their bodies and causes their arms and legs to rot.
14
They are torn from the tents where they lived secure, and are dragged off to face King Death.
15
Now anyone may live in their tents--- after sulfur is sprinkled to disinfect them!
16
Their roots and branches are withered and dry.
17
Their fame is ended at home and abroad; no one remembers them any more.
18
They will be driven out of the land of the living, driven from light into darkness.
19
They have no descendants, no survivors.
20
From east to west, all who hear of their fate shudder and tremble with fear.
21
That is the fate of evil people, the fate of those who care nothing for God.

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