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16 While he was yet speaking, there came also another, and said, The eish Elohim is fallen from Shomayim, and hath burned up the tzon, and the na’arim, and consumed them; and I only am escaped alone to tell thee.
16 Or as a hidden stillborn—I had not been!—as olelim which never saw ohr.
16 It stood still, but I could not discern the appearance thereof; a temunah (form) was before mine eyes, there was silence, and I heard a voice, saying,
16 So the poor hath tikveh, and olatah (perversity, wickedness) stoppeth her mouth.
16 Which are blackish muddy by reason of the kerakh (ice), and wherein the sheleg (snow) is melted.
16 I loathe it; I would not live l’olam, let me alone; for my yamim are hevel (vanity, meaningless).
16 He is like a green plant before the shemesh, and its branch shooteth forth in its gan (garden).
16 If I had summoned, and He had responded to me, yet would I not believe that He had paid heed unto my kol (voice);
16 For if my head is held high, Thou stalkest me like a fierce lion, and ever Thou displayest Thy awesome power against me.
16 Because thou shalt forget thy amal (grief), and remember it as waters that flow by,
16 With Him is oz (strength) and tushiyyah (true wisdom); the deceived and the deceiver are His.
16 He also shall be my Yeshuah (salvation); for a chanef (irreligious man, hypocrite) shall not come before Him.
16 For now Thou countest my steps. Dost Thou not watch over my chattat?
16 How much more vile and corrupt is ish, which drinketh iniquity like mayim?
1 6 Then Iyov answered and said,
2 I have heard many such things; menachamei amal (miserable comforters) are ye all.
3 Shall divrei ruach (vain words) have an end? Or what provoketh thee that thou answerest?
4 I also could speak as ye do; if your nefesh were in place of my nefesh, I could heap up words against you, and shake mine head at you.
5 But I would strengthen you with my mouth, and the moving of my shfatayim (lips) should relieve your grief.
6 Though I speak, my grief is not relieved, and though I forbear, mah (what) alleviation is it for me?
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