1 In the beginning God made the heaven and the earth.
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7 He it is, who stretcheth out Boreas over empty space; who suspendeth the earth upon nothing;
15 A man without guile, believeth every thing: but a prudent man cometh for a change of mind.
13 and I applied my heart to seek and make diligent search by wisdom concerning all the things which are done on the earth. Because God hath assigned to the sons of men painful employment, that they may be kept employed, 14 I took a view of all the different sorts of work which are done under the sun. And behold they are all vanity and vexation of spirit. 15 That which is crooked cannot be made straight, nor can wants be numbered. 16 I communed with my heart, saying, Behold I am become great and have made advances in wisdom above all who were before me in Jerusalem. And I have applied my mind to know wisdom and knowledge. 17 And my mind hath taken a view of many things; of wisdom and knowledge; of parables and science. I have found by experience that this also is indeed vexation of spirit.
22 He it is, who occupieth the circuit of the earth; and the inhabitants thereon are as grasshoppers. He it is, who established the heaven as an arch, and spread it out as a tent to be dwelt in;
20 for his invisible attributes, both his eternal power and divine majesty, being thought upon, are from the creation of the world clearly discoverable by the things made, so that they are without excuse
4 For every house hath some builder, but he who builded all things is God.
5 Who founded the earth on its firm basis, that it may not be moved forever.
12 Who hath measured the water with his hand, and the heaven with a span and the whole earth with a hand breadth? Who hath weighed the mountains in scales and the dales with a balance?
17 therefore he is before all, and they are all kept in consistence by him,
4 Where wast thou, when I laid the foundations of the earth? And tell me, if thou hast understanding, 5 who settled the measures of it? Dost thou know? Or who stretched the line upon it? 6 To what are the hooks of it fastened? And who laid the corner stone thereof? 7 When the stars were made, all my angels praised me with a loud voice. 8 It was I who shut up the sea with gates, when it rushed eagerly from its mother's womb. 9 It was I who made a cloud its cloathing; and thick darkness its swaddling bands. 10 It was I who set bounds to it; surrounded it with bars and gates; 11 and said to it, Thus far thou shalt come and no farther: but in thyself thy waves shall be spent. 12 Was it in concert with thee that I ordered the morning light; and that the day spring knew its appointed time 13 to tinge the wings of the earth; to scare the wicked from it? 14 Didst thou take clay of the earth and form an animal and place on the earth a creature endowed with speech? 15 Hast thou withdrawn the light from the wicked, and broken in pieces the arms of the haughty? 16 Hast thou gone to the head spring of the sea; and walked in the footsteps of the abyss? 17 Are the gates of Hades opened to thee through fear, and are the porters of Hades struck with awe at seeing thee? 18 Hast thou informed thyself of the breadth of that under heaven? Tell me then what is the extent of it. 19 In what country doth light make its abode, and of what sort is the place of darkness? 20 If thou wouldst lead me to their borders, and if thou knewest their paths; 21 I would know that thou wast then born, and that the number of thy years is great. 22 Hast thou gone to the treasuries of snow, or hast thou seen the treasuries of hail? 23 Are they stored up for thee, for a time of enemies; for a day of battles and combat? 24 From what place doth hoar frost issue, or whence is the south wind scattered over the earth? 25 Who hath prepared a course for the tempest, 26 and a way for impetuous storms to water the ground, where there is not a man; the desert where no man dwelleth; to saturate an untrodden, uninhabited land 27 and cause the bud of the tender herb to spring? 28 Who is the father of rain, and who hath begotten the drops of dew? 29 From whose womb doth ice proceed, and who in the sky hath brought forth hail 30 which descendeth like a shower? Who hath struck with terror the face of the wicked?
2 The works of the Lord are great; exquisitely contrived for all his purposes.