Bible Cross References
Job 9:34
Stop punishing me, God! Keep your terrors away!
Job 9:35
I am not afraid. I am going to talk because I know my own heart.
Job 13:3
But my dispute is with God, not you; I want to argue my case with him.
Job 13:22
Speak first, O God, and I will answer. Or let me speak, and you answer me.
Job 23:3-7
How I wish I knew where to find him, and knew how to go where he is.
I would state my case before him and present all the arguments in my favor.
I want to know what he would say and how he would answer me.
Would God use all his strength against me? No, he would listen as I spoke.
I am honest; I could reason with God; he would declare me innocent once and for all.
Job 31:35
Will no one listen to what I am saying? I swear that every word is true. Let Almighty God answer me. If the charges my opponent brings against me were written down so that I could see them,
Job 40:1-5
Job, you challenged Almighty God; will you give up now, or will you answer?
(SEE 40:1)
I spoke foolishly, LORD. What can I answer? I will not try to say anything else.
(SEE 40:3)
I have already said more than I should.
Ecclesiastes 6:10
Everything that happens was already determined long ago, and we all know that you cannot argue with someone who is stronger than you.
Isaiah 45:9
Does a clay pot dare argue with its maker, a pot that is like all the others? Does the clay ask the potter what he is doing? Does the pot complain that its maker has no skill?
Romans 9:20
But who are you, my friend, to talk back to God? A clay pot does not ask the man who made it, "Why did you make me like this?"