Job 27

  1 H347 Job H3254 again took H4912 up his parable, H559 and said,
  2 H410 "As God H2416 lives, H5493 who has taken away H4941 my right, H7706 the Almighty, H5315 who has made my soul H4843 bitter.
  3 H5750 (For the length H5397 of my life H7307 is still in me, and the spirit H433 of God H639 is in my nostrils);
  4 H8193 surely my lips H1696 shall not speak H5766 unrighteousness, H3956 neither shall my tongue H1897 utter H7423 deceit.
  5 H2486 Far be it H6663 from me that I should justify H1478 you. Until I die H5493 I will not put away H8538 my integrity from me.
  6 H2388 I hold H6666 fast to my righteousness, H7503 and will not let it go. H3824 My heart H2778 shall not reproach H3117 me so long as I live.
  7 H341 "Let my enemy H7563 be as the wicked. H6965 Let him who rises up H5767 against me be as the unrighteous.
  8 H8615 For what is the hope H2611 of the godless, H1214 when he is cut off, H433 when God H7953 takes away H5315 his life?
  9 H410 Will God H8085 hear H6818 his cry H6869 when trouble H935 comes on him?
  10 H6026 Will he delight H7706 himself in the Almighty, H7121 and call H433 on God H6256 at all times?
  11 H3384 I will teach H3027 you about the hand H410 of God. H7706 That which is with the Almighty H3582 will I not conceal.
  12 H2372 Behold, all of you have seen H1892 it yourselves; why then have you become altogether H1891 vain?
  13 H2506 "This is the portion H7563 of a wicked H120 man H410 with God, H5159 the heritage H6184 of oppressors, H3947 which they receive H7706 from the Almighty.
  14 H1121 If his children H7235 are multiplied, H3926 it is for H2719 the sword. H6631 His offspring H7646 shall not be satisfied H3899 with bread.
  15 H8300 Those who remain H6912 of him shall be buried H4194 in death. H490 His widows H1058 shall make no lamentation.
  16 H6651 Though he heap up H3701 silver H6083 as the dust, H3559 and prepare H4403 clothing H2563 as the clay;
  17 H3559 he may prepare H6662 it, but the just H3847 shall put it on, H5355 and the innocent H2505 shall divide H3701 the silver.
  18 H1129 He builds H1004 his house H6211 as the moth, H5521 as a booth H5341 which the watchman H6213 makes.
  19 H7901 He lies down H6223 rich, H622 but he shall not do so again. H6491 He opens H5869 his eyes, and he is not.
  20 H1091 Terrors H5381 overtake H4325 him like waters. H5492 A storm H1589 steals him away H3915 in the night.
  21 H6921 The east H5375 wind carries him away, H3212 and he departs. H8175 It sweeps H4725 him out of his place.
  22 H7993 For it hurls H2550 at him, and does not spare, H1272 as he flees H3027 away from his hand.
  23 H5606 Men shall clap H3709 their hands H8319 at him, and shall hiss H4725 him out of his place.