1 In ye begynnynge God created heauen & earth:
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7 He stretcheth out ye north ouer the emptie, & hageth ye earth vpo nothinge.
15 An ignoraut body beleueth all thinges, but who so hath vnderstondinge, loketh well to his goinges.
13 applyed my mynde to seke out & search for the knowlege of all thiges yt are done vnder heaue. Soch trauayle & labor hath God geue vnto ye childre of me, to exercyse the selues theri. 14 Thus I haue considered all the thinges that come to passe vnder the Sone, & lo, they are all but vanite & vexacion of mynde. 15 The croked can not be mayde straight, & the fautes ca not be nobred. 16 I comoned wt myne owne herte, sayege: lo, I am come to a greate estate, and haue gotte more wy?dome, the all they yt haue bene before me in Ierusalem. Yee my hert had greate experiece of wy?dome & knowlege, 17 for there vnto I applyed my mynde: yt I might knowe what were wy?dome & vnderstodinge, what were error & foolishnes. And I perceaued yt this also was but a vexacion of mynde:
22 That he sytteth vpon the Circle of the worlde, and that all the inhabitours of the worlde are in coparison of him, but as greshoppers: That he spredeth out the heaues as a coueringe, that he stretcheth them out, as. a tent to dwell in:
20 that the inuisible thinges of God (that is, his euerlastinge power and Godheade) mighte be sene whyle they are considered by the workes from the creacion of the worlde: so that they are without excuse,
4 For euery house is prepared of some ma: but he that ordeyned all thinges, is God.
5 Thou hast layed ye earth vpon hir foundacion, that it neuer moueth at eny tyme.
12 Who hath holden the waters in his fist? Who hath measured heauen with his spanne, and hath comprehended all the earth of ye worlde in thre fyngers? Who hath weyed the mountaynes and hilles?
17 and he is before all thinges, and in him all thinges haue their beynge.
4 Where wast thou, when I layed ye foundacions of the earth? Tell planely yff thou hast vnderstondinge. 5 Who hath measured it, knowest thou? Or, who hath spred ye lyne vpon it? 6 Where vpon stode the pilers of it? Or, who layed ye corner stone? 7 where wast thou when the mornynge starres gaue me prayse, ad when all the angels of God reioysed? 8 Who shutt the see with dores, when it brake forth as a childe out off his mothers wombe? 9 When I made the cloudes to be a coueringe for it, and swedled it with ye darcke? 10 when I gaue it my comaundement, makynge dores & barres for it, 11 sayenge: Hither to shalt thou come, but no further, and here shalt thou laye downe thy proude and hye wawes. 12 Hast thou geue the mornynge his charge (as soone as thou wast borne) and shewed the dayespringe his place, 13 yt it might take holde of the corners of the earth, & yt the vngodly might be shake out? 14 Their tokes & weapes hast thou turned like claye, & set the vp agayne as the chaunginge of a garment. 15 Yee thou hast spoyled the vngodly off their light, & broke the arme of the proude. 16 Camest thou euer into the groude of the see, Or, hast thou walked in ye lowe corners of ye depe? 17 Haue the gates of death bene opened vnto the or hast thou sene the dore of euerlastige treasure? 18 Hast thou also perceaued, how brode ye earth is? Now yf thou hast knowlege of all, 19 the shewe me where light dwelleth, and where darcknes is: 20 yt thou mayest bringe vs vnto their quarters, yf thou cast tell the waye to their houses. 21 Knewest thou (when thou wast borne) how olde thou shuldest be? 22 Wentest thou euer in to the treasuries off the snowe, or hast thou sene ye secrete places of the hale: 23 which I haue prepared agaynst the tyme of trouble, agaynst the tyme of batell & warre? 24 By what waye is the light parted, & the heate dealt out vpon earth? 25 Who deuydeth the abundauce of waters in to ryuers, or who maketh a waye for the stormy wether, 26 yt it watereth & moystureth ye drye & baren grounde: 27 to make the grasse growe in places where no body dwelleth, & in the wildernes where no ma remayneth? 28 Who is the father of rayne? Or, who hath begotten the droppes of dew? 29 Out of whose wobe came the yse? who hath gendred the coldnes of ye ayre? 30 yt the waters are as harde as stones, & lye congeeled aboue the depe.
2 The workes of the LORDE are greate, sought out of all the that haue pleasure therin.