Interlinear Bible Job 16

1 Then Job answered,
r;ma{Y;w bw{Yia !;[;Y;w
2 "I have heard many such things; Sorry comforters are you all.
~,k.LUK l'm'[ yem]x;n.m tw{B;r#st07227 h,Lea.k yiT.[;m'v
3 "Is there no limit to windy words? Or what plagues you that you answer?
yiK '$.cyir.m;Y -h;m w{a ;x.Wr#st07307 #eq]h ? h,n][;t
4 "I too could speak like you, If I were in your place. I could compose words against you And shake my head at you.
~,k.v.p;n#st05315 vey#st03426 -.Wl#st03863 h'reB;d]a ~,k'K yik{n'a ~;G ? h'[yin'a.w ~yiLim.B ~,kyel][ h'ryiB.x;a yiv.p;n t;x;T ? yiva{r w{m.B ~,kyel][
5 "I could strengthen you with my mouth, And the solace of my lips could lessen your pain.
.${f.x;y y;t'p.f dyin.w yip -w{m.B ~,k.ciM;a]a
6 "If I speak, my pain is not lessened, And if I hold back, what has left me?
h'l.D.x;a.w yibea.K .$ef'xey -a{l h'r.B;d]a -mia ? .${l]h;y yiNim -h;m
7 "But now He has exhausted me; You have laid waste all my company.
yit'd][ -l'K 'tw{Miv]h yin'a.l,h h'T;[ -.k;a
8 "You have shriveled me up, It has become a witness; And my leanness rises up against me, It testifies to my face.
y;n'p.B yiv]x;k yiB ~'q'Y;w h'y'h de[.l#st05707 yinej.m.qiT;w ? h,n][;y
9 "His anger has torn me and hunted me down, He has gnashed at me with His teeth; My adversary glares * at me.
yir'c wy'Niv.B y;l'[ q;r'x yinem.j.fiY;w @;r'j w{P;a ? yil wy'nye[ vw{j.lIy
10 "They have gaped at me with their mouth, They have slapped me on the cheek with contempt; They have massed themselves against me.
d;x;y#st03162 y'y'x.l .WKih h'P.r,x.B#st06310 ~,hyip.B y;l'[ .Wr]['P ? !.Wa'L;m.tIy y;l'[
11 "God hands me over to ruffians And tosses me into the hands of the wicked.
~yi['v.r#st07563 yed.y#st03027 -l;[.w lyiw][ l,a#st0410 lea yineryiG.s;y ? yinej.rIy
12 "I was at ease, but He shattered me, And He has grasped me by the neck and shaken me to pieces; He has also set me up as His target.
yinec.P.c;p.y;w yiP.r'[.B z;x'a.w yiner.P.r;p.y;w yityIy'h wel'v#st07961 ? h'r'J;m.l w{l yinemyiq.y;w
13 "His arrows surround me. Without mercy He splits my kidneys open; He pours out my gall on the ground.
lw{m.x;y a{l.w y;tw{y.liK x;L;p.y#st06398 wy'B;r y;l'[ .WB{s'y ? yit'rer.m#st04845 #,r'a'l .${P.vIy
14 "He breaks through me with breach after * breach; He runs at me like a warrior.
y;l'[ #Ur'y #,r'p -yen.P#st06440 -l;[ #,r,p yinec.r.pIy ? rw{Big.K
15 "I have sewed sackcloth over my skin And thrust my horn in the dust.
yin.r;q r'p'[,b yiT.l;l{[.w yiD.lig#st01539 yel][ yiT.r;p'T q;f
16 "My face is flushed from weeping, And deep darkness is on my eyelids,
t,w'm.l;c#st06757 y;P;[.p;[#st06079 l;[.w yik,b#st01065 -yiNim h'r.m.r;m\x y;n'P
17 Although there is no violence in my hands, And my prayer is pure.
h'K;z yit'Lip.t.W#st08605 y'P;k.B s'm'x -a{l l;[
18 "O earth, do not cover my blood, And let there be no resting place for my cry.
~w{q'm yih.y -l;a.w yim'd yiS;k.T -l;a #,r,a ? yit'q][;z.l
19 "Even now, behold, my witness is in heaven, And my advocate is on high.
~yimw{r.M;B yid]h'f.w#st07717 yide[#st05707 ~Iy;m'V;b -heNih h'T;[ -m;G
20 "My friends are my scoffers; My eye weeps to God.
yinye[ h'p.l'D ;hw{l/a -l,a y'[er y;cyil.m
21 "O that a man might plead with God As a man * with his neighbor!
.Whe[er.l<07453!> ~'d'a -n,b.W ;Hw{l/a#st0433 -mi[ r,b,g.l x;kw{y.w
22 "For when a few years are past, I shall go the way of no return.
b.Wv'a -a{l x;r{a.w#st0734 .Wy't/a,y r'P.sim tw{n.v -yiK ? .${l/h,a