Job 33

  1 H199 Howbeit, H347 Job, H8085 I pray thee, hear H4405 my speech, H238 And hearken H1697 to all my words.
  2 H6605 Behold now, I have opened H6310 my mouth; H3956 My tongue H1696 hath spoken H2441 in my mouth.
  3 H561 My words H3476 shall utter the uprightness H3820 of my heart; H8193 And that which my lips H1847 know H4448 they shall speak H1305 sincerely.
  4 H7307 The Spirit H410 of God H6213 hath made H5397 me, And the breath H7706 of the Almighty H2421 giveth me life.
  5 H3201 If thou canst, H7725 answer H6186 thou me; Set thy words in order H6440 before H3320 me, stand forth.
  6 H410 Behold, I am toward God H6310 even as thou art: H7169 I also am formed H2563 out of the clay.
  7 H367 Behold, my terror H1204 shall not make thee afraid, H405 Neither shall my pressure H3513 be heavy upon thee.
  8 H559 Surely thou hast spoken H241 in my hearing, H8085 And I have heard H6963 the voice H4405 of thy words, saying,
  9 H2134 I am clean, H6588 without transgression; H2643 I am innocent, H5771 neither is there iniquity in me:
  10 H4672 Behold, he findeth H8569 occasions H2803 against me, He counteth H341 me for his enemy:
  11 H7760 He putteth H7272 my feet H5465 in the stocks, H8104 He marketh H734 all my paths.
  12 H6030 Behold, I will answer H6663 thee, in this thou art not just; H433 For God H7235 is greater H582 than man.
  13 H7378 Why dost thou strive H6030 against him, For that he giveth not account H1697 of any of his matters?
  14 H410 For God H1696 speaketh H259 once, H8147 Yea twice, H7789 though man regardeth it not.
  15 H2472 In a dream, H2384 in a vision H3915 of the night, H8639 When deep H5307 sleep falleth H582 upon men, H8572 In slumberings H4904 upon the bed;
  16 H1540 Then he openeth H241 the ears H582 of men, H2856 And sealeth H4561 their instruction,
  17 H5493 That he may withdraw H120 man H4639 from his purpose, H3680 And hide H1466 pride H1397 from man;
  18 H2820 He keepeth back H5315 his soul H7845 from the pit, H2416 And his life H5674 from perishing H7973 by the sword.
  19 H3198 He is chastened H4341 also with pain H4904 upon his bed, H7230 And with continual H386 strife H6106 in his bones;
  20 H2416 So that his life H2092 abhorreth H3899 bread, H5315 And his soul H8378 dainty H3978 food.
  21 H1320 His flesh H3615 is consumed away, H7210 that it cannot be seen; H6106 And his bones H7200 that were not seen H8192 stick out.
  22 H5315 Yea, his soul H7126 draweth near H7845 unto the pit, H2416 And his life H4191 to the destroyers.
  23 H3426 If there H4397 be with him an angel, H3887 An interpreter, H259 one H505 among a thousand, H5046 To show H120 unto man H3476 what is right for him;
  24 H2603 Then God is gracious H559 unto him, and saith, H6308 Deliver H3381 him from going down H7845 to the pit, H4672 I have found H3724 a ransom.
  25 H1320 His flesh H7375 shall be fresher H5290 than a child's; H7725 He returneth H3117 to the days H5934 of his youth.
  26 H6279 He prayeth H433 unto God, H7521 and he is favorable H7200 unto him, So that he seeth H6440 his face H8643 with joy: H7725 And he restoreth H582 unto man H6666 his righteousness.
  27 H7789 He singeth H582 before men, H559 and saith, H2398 I have sinned, H5753 and perverted H3477 that which was right, H7737 And it profited me not:
  28 H6299 He hath redeemed H5315 my soul H5674 from going H7845 into the pit, H2416 And my life H7200 shall behold H216 the light.
  29 H410 Lo, all these things doth God H6466 work, H6471 Twice, yea thrice, H1397 with a man,
  30 H7725 To bring back H5315 his soul H7845 from the pit, H215 That he may be enlightened H216 with the light H2416 of the living.
  31 H7181 Mark well, H347 O Job, H8085 hearken H2790 unto me: Hold thy peace, H1696 and I will speak.
  32 H3426 If thou hast H4405 anything to say, H7725 answer H4405 me: Speak, H2654 for I desire H6663 to justify thee.
  33 H8085 If not, hearken H2790 thou unto me: Hold thy peace, H502 and I will teach H2451 thee wisdom.