Of God's great power in the leviathan.
Job 41:1 Canst thou draw out the Crocodile with a fish-hook? Or, with a cord, canst thou fasten down his tongue? Job 41:2 Wilt thou put a rush-cord on his nose? or, with a thorn, wilt thou pierce his jaw? Job 41:3 Will he multiply unto thee supplications, or will he speak unto thee softly? Job 41:4 Will he solemnise a covenant with thee? Wilt thou take him for a life-long servant? Job 41:5 Wilt thou sport with him, as with a little bird? Or wilt thou bind him, for thy maidens? Job 41:6 Shall the companions bargain over him? or will they part him among the traders? Job 41:7 Wilt thou fill, with darts, his skin? or, with fish-spears, his head? Job 41:8 Lay thou upon him thy hand, remember the battleno more! Job 41:9 Lo! any hope of him, hath been found deceptive, Even at the sight of him, shall not one be overwhelmed? Job 41:10 None so bold, that he will rouse him! Who then is he that, before me, can stand? Job 41:11 Who hath forestalled me, that I may repay him? Under all the heavens, mine it is! Job 41:12 I will not pass by in silence his parts, or the matter of strength, or the grace of his armour. Job 41:13 Who hath removed his outer garment, through his double row of teeth, who would enter? Job 41:14 The doors of his face, who hath opened? The circles of his teeth, are a terror! Job 41:15 A pride, are his arched sides, closed up, with a firm seal; Job 41:16 One to another, they join, and, air, cannot enter between them; Job 41:17 Each to its fellow, they cleave, they grasp each other, and cannot be parted; Job 41:18 His sneezings, flash forth light, and, his eyes, are like the eyelashes of the dawn; Job 41:19 Out of his mouth, torches dart forth, sparks of fire, escape; Job 41:20 Out of his nostrils, proceedeth smoke, like a blown pot and rushes; Job 41:21 His breath, setteth coals ablaze, and, a flame, out of his mouth, proceedeth; Job 41:22 In his neck, lodgeth strength, and, before him, danceth dismay; Job 41:23 The dewlaps of his flesh, cleave together, hardened upon him, they cannot be moved; Job 41:24 His heart, is hardened like a stone, yea hardened, like the nether millstone; Job 41:25 At his rising up, mighty men are afraid, by reason of terror, they are beside themselves: Job 41:26 As for him that assaileth him, the sword availeth not, spear, dart, or coat of mail: Job 41:27 He counteth iron as broken straw, and bronze as rotten wood: Job 41:28 The arrow, will not make him flee, Into chaff, are sling-stones changed by him: Job 41:29 As a straw, is a club accounted, and he laugheth at the whir of the javelin; Job 41:30 His underparts, are points of potsherd, a pointed threshing roller spreadeth out upon the slime: Job 41:31 He causeth to boil, as a cauldron, the raging deep, the sea, he maketh like a brewing vessel: Job 41:32 After him, he lighteth up a path, one might think the resounding deep to be hoary! Job 41:33 There is notupon the dusthis like, that hath been made to be without fear; Job 41:34 Every thing lofty, he beholdeth, he, is king over all ravenous beasts.