Rotherham's Emphasized Bible

Job 40

Job humbleth himself to God.

Job 40:1 And Yahweh responded to Job, and said:— Job 40:2 Shall a reprover contend, with the Almighty? He that disputeth with GOD, let him answer it!

Job 40:3 Then Job responded to Yahweh, and said:— Job 40:4 Lo! I am of no account, what shall I reply to thee? My hand, have I laid on my mouth: Job 40:5 Once, have I spoken, but I will not proceed, yea twice, but I will not add.

God stirreth him up to shew his righteousness, power, and wisdom.

Job 40:6 So then Yahweh responded to Job, out of a storm, and said:— Job 40:7 Gird, I pray thee—as a strong man—thy loins, I will ask thee, and inform thou me. Job 40:8 Wilt thou even frustrate my justice? Wilt thou condemn me, that thou mayest appear right? Job 40:9 But if, an arm like GOD, thou hast, and, with a voice like his, thou canst thunder, Job 40:10 Deck thyself, I pray thee, with majesty and grandeur, Yea, with dignity and splendour, thou shalt clothe thyself; Job 40:11 Pour out thy transports of anger, and look on every one who is high, and lay him low; Job 40:12 Look on every one who is high, and humble him, yea tread down the lawless, on the spot: Job 40:13 Hide them in the dust all together, Their faces, bind thou in darkness; Job 40:14 And, even I myself, will praise thee, in that thine own right hand can bring thee salvation.

Of behemoth.

Job 40:15 Behold, I pray thee, the Hippopotamus, which I made with thee, Grass—like the ox, he eateth; Job 40:16 Behold, I pray thee, his strength in his loins, and his force, in the muscles of his belly; Job 40:17 He bendeth down his tail like a cedar, the sinews of his thighs, are twisted together; Job 40:18 His bones, are barrels of bronze, his frame, is like hammered bars of iron: Job 40:19 He, is the beginning of the ways of GOD, Let his maker, present him his sword: Job 40:20 Surely the mountains bring, produce, to him, where, all the wild beasts of the field, do play; Job 40:21 Under the lotus-trees, he lieth down, in a covert of reed and swamp; Job 40:22 The lotus-trees cover him with their shade, the willows of the torrent-bed compass him about; Job 40:23 Lo! the river becometh insolent—he is not alarmed! He is confident, though a Jordan burst forth to his mouth: Job 40:24 Before his eyes, shall he be caught? With a hook, can one pierce his nose?

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