2 H3045 I know H3651 it is so H551 of a truth: H4100 but how H582 should man H6663 be just H410 with God?
3 H518 If H7378 he will contend H3808 with him, he cannot H6030 answer H259 him one H505 of a thousand.
4 H2450 He is wise H3824 in heart, H533 and mighty H3581 in strength: H4310 who H7185 has hardened H413 himself against H7999 him, and has prospered?
5 H6275 Which removes H2022 the mountains, H3045 and they know H834 not: which H2015 overturns H639 them in his anger.
6 H7264 Which shakes H776 the earth H4725 out of her place, H5982 and the pillars H6426 thereof tremble.
8 H905 Which alone H5186 spreads H8064 out the heavens, H1869 and treads H1116 on the waves H3220 of the sea.
9 H6213 Which makes H5906 Arcturus, H3685 Orion, H3598 and Pleiades, H2315 and the chambers H8486 of the south.
10 H6213 Which does H1419 great H369 things past H2714 finding H6381 out; yes, and wonders H5704 without H369 H4557 number.
11 H2005 See, H5674 he goes H7200 by me, and I see H2498 him not: he passes H995 on also, but I perceive him not.
12 H2005 Behold, H2862 he takes H2862 away, H4310 who H7725 can hinder H4310 him? who H559 will say H4100 to him, What H6213 do you?
13 H433 If God H7725 will not withdraw H639 his anger, H7293 the proud H5826 helpers H7817 do stoop H8478 under him.
14 H637 How H637 much H3588 H6030 less shall I answer H977 him, and choose H1697 out my words to reason with him?
15 H834 Whom, H518 though H6663 I were righteous, H6030 yet would I not answer, H2603 but I would make supplication H8199 to my judge.
16 H518 If H7121 I had called, H6030 and he had answered H539 me; yet would I not believe H238 that he had listened H6963 to my voice.
17 H7779 For he breaks H8183 me with a tempest, H7235 and multiplies H6482 my wounds H2600 without H2600 cause.
19 H518 If H3581 I speak of strength, H2009 see, H533 he is strong: H518 and if H4941 of judgment, H4310 who H3259 shall set me a time to plead?
20 H518 If H6663 I justify H6310 myself, my own mouth H7561 shall condemn H8535 me: if I say, I am perfect, H6140 it shall also prove me perverse.
21 H8535 Though I were perfect, H3045 yet would I not know H5315 my soul: H3988 I would despise H2416 my life.
22 H1931 This H259 is one H5921 thing, therefore H3651 H559 I said H3615 it, He destroys H8535 the perfect H7563 and the wicked.
23 H518 If H7752 the whip H4191 slay H6597 suddenly, H3932 he will laugh H4531 at the trial H5355 of the innocent.
24 H776 The earth H5414 is given H3027 into the hand H7563 of the wicked: H4374 he covers H6440 the faces H8199 of the judges H518 thereof; if H645 not, where, H4310 and who is he?
25 H3117 Now my days H7043 are swifter H4480 than H7323 a post: H1272 they flee H7200 away, they see H3808 no H2896 good.
26 H2498 They are passed H16 away as the swift H591 ships: H5404 as the eagle H2907 that hastens H400 to the prey.
27 H518 If H559 I say, H7911 I will forget H7879 my complaint, H5800 I will leave H6440 off my heaviness, H1082 and comfort myself:
28 H3025 I am afraid H3605 of all H6094 my sorrows, H3045 I know H5352 that you will not hold me innocent.
30 H518 If H7364 I wash H7950 myself with snow H7950 water, H3709 and make my hands H1253 never H2141 so clean;
31 H227 Yet H2881 shall you plunge H7845 me in the ditch, H8008 and my own clothes H8581 shall abhor me.
32 H376 For he is not a man, H6030 as I am, that I should answer H935 him, and we should come H3162 together H4941 in judgment.
33 H3808 Neither H3198 is there any judge H996 between H7896 us, that might lay H3027 his hand H8147 on us both.