Job 31

  1 H3772 I made H1285 a covenant H5869 with my eyes; H995 why then should I think H1330 upon a maid?
  2 H2506 For what portion H433 of God H4605 is there from above? H5159 and what inheritance H7706 of the Almighty H4791 from on high?
  3 H343 Is not destruction H5767 to the wicked? H5235 and a strange H6466 punishment to the workers H205 of iniquity?
  4 H7200 Does not he see H1870 my ways, H5608 and count H6806 all my steps?
  5 H1980 If I have walked H7723 with vanity, H7272 or if my foot H2363 has hurried H4820 to deceit;
  6 H8254 Let me be weighed H6664 in an even H3976 balance, H433 that God H3045 may know H8538 my integrity.
  7 H838 If my step H5186 has turned out H1870 of the way, H3820 and my heart H1980 walked H310 after H5869 my eyes, H3971 and if any blot H1692 has cleaved H3709 to my hands;
  8 H2232 Then let me sow, H312 and let another H398 eat; H6631 Yes, let my offspring H8327 be rooted out.
  9 H3820 If my heart H6601 have been deceived H802 by a woman, H693 or if I have laid wait H7453 at my neighbour's H6607 door;
  10 H802 Then let my wife H2912 grind H312 unto another, H312 and let others H3766 bow down upon her.
  11 H2154 For this is an heinous crime; H5771 Yes, it is an iniquity H6414 to be punished by the judges.
  12 H784 For it is a fire H398 that consumes H11 to destruction, H8327 and would root out H8393 all my increase.
  13 H3988 If I did despise H4941 the cause H5650 of my manservant H519 or of my maidservant, H7379 when they contended with me;
  14 H6213 What then shall I do H410 when God H6965 rises up? H6485 and when he visits, H7725 what shall I answer him?
  15 H6213 Did not he that made H990 me in the womb H6213 make H259 him? and did not one H3559 fashion H7358 us in the womb?
  16 H4513 If I have withheld H1800 the poor H2656 from their desire, H5869 or have caused the eyes H490 of the widow H3615 to fail;
  17 H398 Or have eaten H6595 my morsel H3490 myself alone, and the fatherless H398 has not eaten there;
  18 H5271 (For from my youth H1431 he was brought up H1 with me, as with a father, H5148 and I have guided H517 her from my mother's H990 womb;)
  19 H7200 If I have seen H6 any perish H3830 for want of clothing, H34 or any poor H3682 without covering;
  20 H2504 If his body H1288 have not blessed H2552 me, and if he were not warmed H1488 with the fleece H3532 of my sheep;
  21 H5130 If I have lifted up H3027 my hand H3490 against the fatherless, H7200 when I saw H5833 my help H8179 in the gate:
  22 H3802 Then let my arm H5307 fall H7929 from my shoulder blade, H248 and my arm H7665 be broken H7070 from the bone.
  23 H343 For destruction H410 from God H6343 was a terror H7613 to me, and by reason of his highness H3201 I could not endure.
  24 H7760 If I have made H2091 gold H3689 my hope, H559 or have said H3800 to the fine gold, H4009 You are my confidence;
  25 H8055 If I rejoiced H2428 because my wealth H7227 was great, H3027 and because my hand H4672 had gotten H3524 much;
  26 H7200 If I looked H216 the sun H1984 when it shined, H3394 or the moon H1980 walking H3368 in brightness;
  27 H3820 And my heart H5643 has been secretly H6601 enticed, H6310 or my mouth H5401 has kissed H3027 my hand:
  28 H5771 This also were an iniquity H6416 to be punished by the judge: H3584 for I should have denied H410 the God H4605 that is above.
  29 H8055 If I rejoiced H6365 at the destruction H8130 of him that hated H5782 me, or lifted up H7451 myself when evil H4672 found him:
  30 H5414 Neither have I allowed H2441 my mouth H2398 to sin H7592 by wishing H423 a curse H5315 to his soul.
  31 H4962 If the men H168 of my tabernacle H559 said H5414 not, Oh that we had H1320 of his flesh! H7646 we cannot be satisfied.
  32 H1616 The stranger H3885 did not lodge H2351 in the street: H6605 but I opened H1817 my doors H734 to the traveler.
  33 H3680 If I covered H6588 my transgressions H121 as Adam, H2934 by hiding H5771 my iniquity H2243 in my bosom:
  34 H6206 Did I fear H7227 a great H1995 multitude, H937 or did the contempt H4940 of families H2865 terrify H1826 me, that I kept silence, H3318 and went not out H6607 of the door?
  35 H5414 Oh that H8085 one would hear H8420 me! behold, my desire H7706 is, that the Almighty H6030 would answer H376 me, and that my adversary H3789 had written H5612 a book.
  36 H5375 Surely I would take H7926 it upon my shoulder, H6029 and bind H5850 it as a crown to me.
  37 H5046 I would declare H4557 unto him the number H6806 of my steps; H5057 as a prince H7126 would I go near unto him.
  38 H127 If my land H2199 cry H8525 against me, or that the furrows H3162 likewise H1058 there complain;
  39 H398 If I have eaten H3581 the fruits H3701 there without money, H1167 or have caused the owners H5301 there to lose H5315 their life:
  40 H2336 Let thistles H3318 grow H2406 instead of wheat, H890 and cockle H8184 instead of barley. H1697 The words H347 of Job H8552 are ended.