1 In the begynnynge God created heauen and earthe.
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7 He stretcheth out the north ouer the emptie, and hangeth the earth vpon nothing.
15 An ignoraunt body beleueth all thinges: but who so hath vnderstandinge, loketh well to his goinges.
13 & dyd applie my mynde to seke out & search for the knowledge of all thinges that are done vnder heauen. Soch trauayle and labour hath God geuen vnto the children of men, to excercyse them selues therin. 14 Thus I haue consydred all the thinges that come to passe vnder the Sunne, and lo, they are all but vanite, & vexacion of minde. 15 The croked cannot be made strayght, nor the thinge that is vnperfecte, cannot be acompted wt thinges that are perfecte. 16 I commoned wt mine awne herte, sayinge: lo, I am come to a great estate, & haue gotten more wysdome, then all they that haue bene before me in Ierusalem. Yee my herte had greate experience of wisdome & knowledge, 17 for there vnto I applied my mynde: that I myght knowe what were wisdome & vnderstanding, what were errour & folishnes: & I perceaued, that this also was but a vexacyon of minde:
6 The winde goeth toward the South, & turneth vnto the northe, fetchith his compasse, whirleth aboute, & goth forth, & his circuite returneth agayne to him selfe. 7 All floudes runne into the see, & yet the see yt selfe is not fylled: for loke vnto what place the waters runne, thence they come to flowe agayne.
22 that he sytteth vpon the circle of the worlde, and that all the inhabitoures of the worlde are in comparyson of him, but as greshopers. That he spredeth out the heauens as a couerynge, that he stretched them out, as a tent to dwell in.
20 For hys inuisyble thinges (that is to saye hys eternall power ad godhed) are sene, for as moch as they are vnderstande by the workes from the creacyon of the worlde: So that they are wythout excuse
4 For euery house is buylded of some man. But he that ordeyned all thynges, is God.
5 He layed the foundacyon of the earth, that it neuer shulde moue at eny tyme.
12 Who hath holden the waters in hys fyst? Who hath measured heauen wt his spanne, & hath comprehended all the earth of the worlde in thre measures? Who hath weyed the mountaynes & hylles in a balaunce.
17 & he is before all thynges, and by him all thynges haue theyr beynge.
4 Where wast thou, when I layde the foundacyons of the earth? Tell playnely, yf thou hast vnderstandyng. 5 Who hath measured it, knowest thou? Or, who hath spreade the lyne vpon it? 6 Where vpon stande the pyllers of it? Or, who layed the corner stone therof? 7 Where wast thou, when the mornyng starres praysed me together, and all the chyldren of God reioysed triumphantly? 8 Who shut the see wyth dores, when it brake forth as a chylde out of hys mothers wombe? 9 When I made the cloudes to be a coueryng for it, and swadled it with the darcke? 10 when I gaue it my commaundement, makyng dores and barres for it, 11 saying: Hyther to shalt thou come, but no farther, & here shalt thou laye downe thy proud and hye waues. 12 Hast thou geuen the mornynge hys charge (as sone as thou wast borne) and shewed the daye spryng hys place, 13 that it myght take holde of the corners of the earth, and that the vngodly myght be shaken out? 14 Theyr tokens and weapens are turned lyke claye, and sett vp agayne as the chaungyng of a garment. 15 The vngodly shalbe disapoynted of their lyght, and the arme of the proude shalbe broken. 16 Camest thou euer into the grounde of the see: or walkedest in the lowe corners of the depe? 17 Haue the gates of deeth bene opened vnto the, or hast thou sene the dores of the shadowe of death? 18 Hast thou also perceaued how broade the earth is? Yf thou hast knowledge of all thys, 19 then shew me, where lyght dwelleth, and where darcknes is: 20 that thou mayest brynge vs vnto theyr quarters, yf thou canst tell the waye to theyr houses. 21 Knewest thou (afore thou wast borne) how olde thou shuldest be? 22 Wentest thou euer into the treasuryes of the snowe, or hast thou sene the secrete places of the hayle, 23 whych I haue prepared agaynst the tyme of trouble, agaynst the tyme of batell and warre? 24 By what waye is the lyght parted, and into what lande breaketh the east wynde: 25 Who deuydeth the aboundaunce of waters into ryuers, or who maketh a waye for the lyghtenyng and thonder, 26 that it watereth & moystureth the drye and barengrounde: 27 to make the grasse growe in places where no body dwelleth, and in the wyldernes where no man remayneth? 28 Who is the father of rayne? Or who hath begotten the droppes of dewe? 29 Out of whose wombe came the yse? Who hath gendred the coldnes of the ayre? 30 that the waters are as harde as stones, and lye congeled aboue the depe.
2 The worckes of the Lorde are great, sought out of all them that haue pleasure therin.