Job 9:15 Cross References - ISV

15 Even if I'm in the right, I cannot answer him. I can only appeal for mercy.

1 Kings 8:38-39

38 whatever prayer or request is made, no matter whether it's made by a single man or by all of your people Israel, each praying out of his own hurting heart and anguish and stretching out their hands toward this temple, 39 then hear from heaven, the place where you reside, and forgive, repaying each person according to all of his ways, since you know their hearts {— } for you alone know the hearts of all human beings {— }

2 Chronicles 33:13

13 and prayed to him. Moved by Manasseh's entreaties, the LORD heard his supplications and brought him back to his kingdom in Jerusalem. That's how Manasseh learned that the LORD is God.

Job 5:8

8 "Now as for me, I would seek God if I were you; I would commit my case to God.

Job 8:5

5 If you seek God, if you ask the Almighty for mercy,

Job 10:2

2 I'll say to God, 'Don't condemn me! Let me know why you are fighting me.

Job 10:15

15 "'Woe to me if I'm guilty! If I'm innocent, I cannot lift my head, because I am filled with disgrace. Look at my affliction!

Job 22:27

27 You'll entreat him and he'll listen to you as you fulfill your vows.

Job 23:7

7 In that place, the upright can reason with him; and I'll be acquitted once and for all by my judge."

Job 34:31-32

31 "Has anyone ever really said to God, 'I've endured, and I won't act corruptly anymore. 32 What I don't see, instruct me! If I've done anything evil, I won't repeat it!'

Jeremiah 31:9

9 They'll come crying, and I'll lead them as they pray for mercy. I'll make them walk by streams of water, along a straight path on which they won't stumble. For I am Israel's father, and Ephraim is my firstborn."

Daniel 9:3

3 "So I turned my attention to the Lord God, seeking him in prayer and supplication, accompanied with fasting, sackcloth, and ashes.

Daniel 9:18

18 Lord, turn your ear and listen. Open your eyes and look at our desolation and at the city that is called by your name. We're not presenting our requests before you because of our righteousness, but because of your great compassion.

1 Corinthians 4:4

4 For my conscience is clear, but that does not vindicate me. It is the Lord who examines me.

1 Peter 2:23

23 When he was insulted, he did not retaliate. When he suffered, he did not threaten. It was his habit to commit the matter to the one who judges fairly.

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