Parallel Bible results for Job 40

Douay-Rhiems Catholic Bible

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Job 40

RHE 1 (39-31) And the Lord went on, and said to Job: NIV 1 The LORD said to Job: RHE 2 (39-32) Shall he that contendeth with God be so easily silenced? surely he that reproveth God, ought to answer him. NIV 2 "Will the one who contends with the Almighty correct him? Let him who accuses God answer him!" RHE 3 (39-33) Then Job answered the Lord, and said: NIV 3 Then Job answered the LORD: RHE 4 (39-34) What can I answer, who hath spoken inconsiderately? I will lay my hand upon my mouth. NIV 4 "I am unworthy--how can I reply to you? I put my hand over my mouth. RHE 5 (39-35) One thing I have spoken, which I wish I had not said: and another, to which I will add no more. NIV 5 I spoke once, but I have no answer-- twice, but I will say no more." RHE 6 (40-1) And the Lord answering Job out of the whirlwind, said: NIV 6 Then the LORD spoke to Job out of the storm: RHE 7 (40-2) Gird up thy loins like a man: I will ask thee, and do thou tell me. NIV 7 "Brace yourself like a man; I will question you, and you shall answer me. RHE 8 (40-3) Wilt thou make void my judgment: and condemn me, that thou mayst be justified? NIV 8 "Would you discredit my justice? Would you condemn me to justify yourself ? RHE 9 (40-4) And hast thou an arm like God, and canst thou thunder with a voice like him? NIV 9 Do you have an arm like God's, and can your voice thunder like his? RHE 10 (40-5) Clothe thyself with beauty, and set thyself up on high, and be glorious, and put on goodly garments. NIV 10 Then adorn yourself with glory and splendor, and clothe yourself in honor and majesty. RHE 11 (40-6) Scatter the proud in thy indignation, and behold every arrogant man, and humble him. NIV 11 Unleash the fury of your wrath, look at every proud man and bring him low, RHE 12 (40-7) Look on all that are proud, and confound them, and crush the wicked in their place, NIV 12 look at every proud man and humble him, crush the wicked where they stand. RHE 13 (40-8) Hide them in the dust together, and plunge their faces into the pit. NIV 13 Bury them all in the dust together; shroud their faces in the grave. RHE 14 (40-9) Then I will confess that thy right hand is able to save thee. NIV 14 Then I myself will admit to you that your own right hand can save you. RHE 15 (40-10) Behold behemoth whom I made with thee, he eateth grass like an ox. NIV 15 "Look at the behemoth, which I made along with you and which feeds on grass like an ox. RHE 16 (40-11) His strength is in his loins, and his force in the navel of his belly. NIV 16 What strength he has in his loins, what power in the muscles of his belly! RHE 17 (40-12) He setteth up his tail like a cedar, the sinews of his testicles are wrapped together. NIV 17 His tail sways like a cedar; the sinews of his thighs are close-knit. RHE 18 (40-13) His bones are like pipes of brass, his gristle like plates of iron. NIV 18 His bones are tubes of bronze, his limbs like rods of iron. RHE 19 (40-14) He is the beginning of the ways of God, who made him, he will apply his sword. NIV 19 He ranks first among the works of God, yet his Maker can approach him with his sword. RHE 20 (40-15) To him the mountains bring forth grass: there all the beasts of the field shall play. NIV 20 The hills bring him their produce, and all the wild animals play nearby. RHE 21 (40-16) He sleepeth under the shadow, in the covert of the reed, and in moist places. NIV 21 Under the lotus plants he lies, hidden among the reeds in the marsh. RHE 22 (40-17) The shades cover his shadow, the willows of the brook shall compass him about. NIV 22 The lotuses conceal him in their shadow; the poplars by the stream surround him. RHE 23 (40-18) Behold, he will drink up a river, and not wonder: and he trusteth that the Jordan may run into his mouth. NIV 23 When the river rages, he is not alarmed; he is secure, though the Jordan should surge against his mouth. RHE 24 (40-19) In his eyes as with a hook he shall take him, and bore through his nostrils with stakes. NIV 24 Can anyone capture him by the eyes, or trap him and pierce his nose?