1 In the bigynnyng God made of nouyt heuene and erthe.
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7 Which God stretchith forth the north on voide thing, and hangith the erthe on nouyt.
15 An innocent man bileueth to eche word; a felle man biholdith hise goyngis.
13 and Y purposide in my soule to seke and enserche wiseli of alle thingis, that ben maad vndur the sunne. God yaf this werste ocupacioun to the sones of men, that thei schulden be ocupied therynne. 14 I siy alle thingis that ben maad vndur the sunne, and lo! alle thingis ben vanyte and turment of spirit. 15 Weiward men ben amendid of hard; and the noumbre of foolis is greet with outen ende. 16 I spak in myn herte, and Y seide, Lo! Y am made greet, and Y passide in wisdom alle men, that weren bifore me in Jerusalem; and my soule siy many thingis wiseli, and Y lernede. 17 And Y yaf myn herte, that Y schulde knowe prudence and doctryn, and errours and foli. And Y knew that in these thingis also was trauel and turment of spirit;
6 and there it risith ayen, and cumpassith bi the south, and turneth ayen to the north. The spirit cumpassynge alle thingis goith `in cumpas, and turneth ayen in to hise cerclis. 7 Alle floodis entren in to the see, and the see fletith not ouer the markis set of God; the floodis turnen ayen to the place fro whennus tho comen forth, that tho flowe eft.
22 Which sittith on the cumpas of erthe, and the dwelleris therof ben as locustis; which stretchith forth heuenes as nouyt, and spredith abrood tho as a tabernacle to dwelle.
20 For the vnuysible thingis of hym, that ben vndurstondun, ben biholdun of the creature of the world, bi tho thingis that ben maad, yhe, and the euerlastynge vertu of hym and the godhed, so that thei mowe not be excusid.
4 For ech hous is maad of sum man; he that made alle thingis of nouyt is God.
5 Haue ye mynde on hise merueilis, whiche he dide; on his grete wondris, and domes of his mouth.
12 Who mat watris in a fist, and peiside heuenes with a spanne? Who peiside the heuynesse of the erthe with thre fyngris, and weide mounteyns in a weihe, and litle hillis in a balaunce?
17 and he is bifor alle, and alle thingis ben in hym.
4 Where were thou, whanne Y settide the foundementis of erthe? schewe thou to me, if thou hast vndurstondyng. 5 Who settide mesures therof, if thou knowist? ethir who stretchide forth a lyne theronne? 6 On what thing ben the foundementis therof maad fast? ether who sente doun the corner stoon therof, 7 whanne the morew sterris herieden me togidere, and alle the sones of God sungun ioyfuli? 8 Who closide togidere the see with doris, whanne it brak out comynge forth as of the wombe? 9 Whanne Y settide a cloude the hilyng therof, and Y wlappide it with derknesse, as with clothis of yong childhed. 10 Y cumpasside it with my termes, and Y settide a barre, and doris; 11 and Y seide, `Til hidur thou schalt come, and thou schalt not go forth ferthere; and here thou schalt breke togidere thi bolnynge wawis. 12 Whethir aftir thi birthe thou comaundist to the bigynnyng of dai, and schewidist to the morewtid his place? 13 Whethir thou heldist schakynge togidere the laste partis of erthe, and schakedist awei wickid men therfro? 14 A seeling schal be restorid as cley, and it schal stonde as a cloth. 15 The liyt of wickid men schal be takun awey fro hem, and an hiy arm schal be brokun. 16 Whethir thou entridist in to the depthe of the see, and walkidist in the laste partis of the occian? 17 Whether the yatis of deeth ben openyd to thee, and `siest thou the derk doris? 18 Whethir thou hast biholde the brede of erthe? Schewe thou to me, if thou knowist alle thingis, 19 in what weie the liyt dwellith, and which is the place of derknesse; 20 that thou lede ech thing to hise termes, and thou vndurstonde the weies of his hows. 21 Wistist thou thanne, that thou schuldist be borun, and knew thou the noumbre of thi daies? 22 Whethir thou entridist in to the tresours of snow, ether biheldist thou the tresours of hail? 23 whiche thingis Y made redy in to the tyme of an enemy, in to the dai of fiytyng and of batel. 24 Bi what weie is the liyt spred abrood, heete is departid on erthe? 25 Who yaf cours to the strongeste reyn, 26 and weie of the thundur sownynge? That it schulde reyne on the erthe with out man in desert, where noon of deedli men dwellith? 27 That it schulde fille a lond with out weie and desolat, and schulde brynge forth greene eerbis? 28 Who is fadir of reyn, ether who gendride the dropis of deew? 29 Of whos wombe yede out iys, and who gendride frost fro heuene? 30 Watris ben maad hard in the licnesse of stoon, and the ouer part of occian is streyned togidere.
2 His seed schal be myyti in erthe; the generacioun of riytful men schal be blessid.