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Job 33:32

Job 33:32

If thou hast anything to say, answer me
Any thing to object to what he had delivered, or any answer to return to what he had charged him with:

speak, for I desire to justify thee.
Elihu was a fair antagonist, and gave free liberty, time and space, to make whatsoever reply he thought fit, and which he should patiently and attentively hear: his view was not victory, but that truth might come out, and take place and prevail, having nothing more at heart than Job's good; and could wish it would appear that he was in all respects a just man, and even in that in which he thought he was not just; but could he fairly acquit himself it would be a pleasure to him.

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