Interlinear Bible Job 9

1 Then Job answered,
r;ma{Y;w bw{Yia ]n;[;Y;w
2 "In truth I know that this is so; But how can a man be in the right before God?
vw{n/a#st0582 q;D.ciY -h;m.W !ek -yik yiT.[;d'y ~'n.m'a#st0551 ? lea -mi[
3 "If one wished to dispute with Him, He could not answer Him once in a thousand times.
t;x;a .WN,n][;y -a{l w{Mi[ byir'l #{P.x;y -mia ? @,l'a -yiNim
4 "Wise in heart and mighty in strength, Who has defied * Him without harm?
wy'lea h'v.qih -yim ;x{K#st03581 #yiM;a.w b'bel#st03824 ~;k]x#st02450 ? ~'l.viY;w
5 "It is God who removes the mountains, they know not how, When He overturns them in His anger;
w{P;a.B ~'k'p]h r,v]a .W['d'y a{l.w ~yir'h qyiT.[;M;h
6 Who shakes the earth out of its place, And its pillars tremble;
]n.Wc'L;p.tIy 'hy,d.WM;[.w H'mw{q.Mim #,r,a zyiG.r;M;h
7 Who commands the sun not to shine, And sets a seal upon the stars;
~yib'kw{K#st03556 d;[.b.W x'r.zIy a{l.w s,r,x;l rem{a'h ? ~{T.x;y
8 Who alone stretches out the heavens And tramples down the waves of the sea;
~'y yet\m'B -l;[ .$erw{d.w w{D;b.l ~Iy;m'v h,j{n
9 Who makes the Bear, Orion and the Pleiades, And the chambers of the south;
!'met yer.d;x.w#st02315 h'myik.w#st03598 lyis.K v'[ -h,f{[
10 Who does great things, unfathomable * *, And wondrous works without * number.
!yea -d;[ tw{a'l.pin.w r,qex !yea -d;[ tw{l{d.g h,f{[ ? r'P.sim
11 "Were He to pass by me, I would not see Him; Were He to move past me, I would not perceive Him.
!yib'a -a{l.w @{l]x;y.w h,a.r,a a{l.w y;l'[ r{b][;y !eh ? w{l
12 "Were He to snatch away, who could restrain Him? Who could say to Him, 'What are You doing?'
wy'lea r;ma{y -yim .WN,byiv.y yim @{T.x;y !eh ? h,f][;T -h;m
13 "God will not turn back His anger; Beneath Him crouch the helpers of Rahab.
yer.z{[ .Wx]x'v w{t;x;T w{P;a byiv'y -a{l ;Hw{l/a#st0433 ? b;h'r
14 "How then * can I answer Him, And choose my words before Him?
w{Mi[ y;r'b.d#st01697 h'r]x.b,a .WN,n/[,a yik{n'a -yiK @;a
15 "For though I were right, I could not answer; I would have to implore the mercy of my judge.
!'N;x.t,a yij.p{v.mil h,n/[,a a{l yiT.q;d'c -mia r,v]a
16 "If I called and He answered me, I could not believe that He was listening to my voice.
!yiz]a;y -yiK !yim]a;a -a{l yinen][;Y;w yita'r'q -mia ? yilw{q
17 "For He bruises me with a tempest And multiplies my wounds without cause.
~'Nix#st02600 y;['c.p#st06482 h'B.rih.w yinep.Wv.y h'r'[.fiB -r,v]a
18 "He will not allow me to get my breath, But saturates me with bitterness.
~yir{r.M;m yin;[iB.f;y yiK yix.Wr bev'h yinen.TIy -a{l
19 "If it is a matter of power, behold, He is the strong one! And if it is a matter of justice, who can summon Him?
yim j'P.vim.l#st04941 -mia.w heNih #yiM;a ;x{k.l -mia ? yinedyi[w{y
20 "Though I am righteous, my mouth will condemn me; Though I am guiltless, He will declare me guilty.
yinev.q.[;Y;w yin'a -m'T yine[yiv.r;y yiP q'D.c,a -mia
21 "I am guiltless; I do not take notice of myself; I despise my life.
y'Y;x#st02416 s;a.m,a yiv.p;n [;dea -a{l yin'a -m'T
22 "It is all one; therefore * I say, 'He destroys the guiltless and the wicked.'
a.Wh ['v'r.w#st07563 ~'T#st08535 yiT.r;m'a !eK -l;[ ayih t;x;a ? h,L;k.m
23 "If the scourge kills suddenly, He mocks the despair of the innocent.
g'[.lIy ~iYiq.n t;S;m.l ~{a.tiP tyim'y jw{v -mia
24 "The earth is given into the hand of the wicked; He covers the faces of its judges. If it is not He, then who is it?
h,S;k.y 'hy,j.p{v -yen.P ['v'r#st07563 -d;y.b#st03027 h'n.Tin #,r,a ? a.Wh -yim aw{pea a{l -mia
25 "Now my days are swifter than a runner; They flee away, they see no good.
h'bw{j .Wa'r -a{l .Wx.r'B #'r -yiNim .WL;q y;m'y.w
26 "They slip by like reed boats, Like an eagle that swoops on its prey.
l,k{a -yel][ f.Wj'y#st02907 r,v,n.K#st05404 h,bea tw{Yin\a -mi[ .Wp.l'x
27 "Though I say, 'I will forget my complaint, I will leave off my sad countenance and be cheerful,'
h'gyil.b;a.w y;n'p#st06440 h'b.z,[,a yixyif h'x.K.v,a yir.m'a -mia
28 I am afraid of all my pains, I know that You will not acquit me.
yineQ;n.t a{l -yiK yiT.[;d'y y't{b.C;[ -l'k yiT.r{g'y
29 "I am accounted wicked, Why then should I toil in vain?
['gyia l,b,h#st01892 h,Z -h'M'l ['v.r,a yik{n'a
30 "If I should wash myself with snow And cleanse my hands with lye,
y'P;K r{b.B yitw{Kiz]h;w w{m.b yiT.c;x'r.tih -mia
31 Yet You would plunge me into the pit, And my own clothes would abhor me.
y'tw{m.l;f yin.Wb][it.w yinel.B.jiT t;x;V;B#st07845 z'a
32 "For He is not a man as I am that I may answer Him, That we may go to court together.
w'D.x;y aw{b'n .WN,n/[,a yin{m'K vyia -a{l -yiK ? j'P.viM;B
33 "There is no umpire between us, Who may lay his hand upon us both.
.Wnyen.v -l;[ w{d'y#st03027 tev'y ;xyikw{m .WnyenyeB -vey a{l
34 "Let Him remove His rod from me, And let not dread of Him terrify me.
yiN;t][;b.T -l;a w{t'mea.w w{j.biv y;l'[em res'y
35 "Then I would speak and not fear Him; But I am not like that in myself.
yik{n'a !ek -a{l yiK .WN,a'ryia a{l.w h'r.B;d;a ? yid'Mi[
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