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  • KJV W/ STRONGS BIBLE - JOB 6
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    6:1 But Job 347 answered 6030 8799 and said 559 8799,

    6:2 Oh that 3863 my grief 3708 were throughly 8254 8800 weighed 8254 8735, and my calamity 1942 8675 1962 laid 5375 8799 in the balances 3976 together 3162!(laid: Heb. lifted up)

    6:3 For now it would be heavier 3513 8799 than the sand 2344 of the sea 3220: therefore my words 1697 are swallowed up 3886 8804.(my words…: that is, I want words to express my grief)

    6:4 For the arrows 2671 of the Almighty 7706 [are] within 5978 me, the poison 2534 whereof drinketh up 8354 8802 my spirit 7307: the terrors 1161 of God 433 do set themselves in array 6186 8799 against me.

    6:5 Doth the wild ass 6501 bray 5101 8799 when he hath grass 1877? or loweth 1600 8799 the ox 7794 over his fodder 1098?(when he…: Heb. at grass?)

    6:6 Can that which is unsavoury 8602 be eaten 398 8735 without salt 4417? or is there 3426 [any] taste 2940 in the white 7388 of an egg 2495?

    6:7 The things [that] my soul 5315 refused 3985 8765 to touch 5060 8800 [are] as my sorrowful 1741 meat 3899.

    6:8 Oh that I might have 935 8799 my request 7596; and that God 433 would grant 5414 8799 [me] the thing that I long for 8615!(the thing…: Heb. my expectation)

    6:9 Even that it would please 2974 8686 God 433 to destroy 1792 8762 me; that he would let loose 5425 8686 his hand 3027, and cut me off 1214 8762!

    6:10 Then should I yet have comfort 5165; yea, I would harden 5539 8762 myself in sorrow 2427: let him not spare 2550 8799; for I have not concealed 3582 8765 the words 561 of the Holy One 6918.

    6:11 What [is] my strength 3581, that I should hope 3176 8762? and what [is] mine end 7093, that I should prolong 748 8686 my life 5315?

    6:12 [Is] my strength 3581 the strength 3581 of stones 68? or [is] my flesh 1320 of brass 5153?(of brass: Heb. brasen?)

    6:13 [Is] not my help 5833 in me? and is wisdom 8454 driven quite 5080 8738 from me?

    6:14 To him that is afflicted 4523 pity 2617 [should be shewed] from his friend 7453; but he forsaketh 5800 8799 the fear 3374 of the Almighty 7706.(is afflicted: Heb. melteth)

    6:15 My brethren 251 have dealt deceitfully 898 8804 as a brook 5158, [and] as the stream 650 of brooks 5158 they pass away 5674 8799;

    6:16 Which are blackish 6937 8802 by reason of the ice 7140, [and] wherein the snow 7950 is hid 5956 8691:

    6:17 What time 6256 they wax warm 2215 8792, they vanish 6789 8738: when it is hot 2527, they are consumed out 1846 8738 of their place 4725.(vanish: Heb. are cut off)(when…: Heb. in the heat thereof)(consumed: Heb. extinguished)

    6:18 The paths 734 of their way 1870 are turned aside 3943 8735; they go 5927 8799 to nothing 8414, and perish 6 8799.

    6:19 The troops 734 of Tema 8485 looked 5027 8689, the companies 1979 of Sheba 7614 waited 6960 8765 for them.

    6:20 They were confounded 954 8804 because they had hoped 982 8804; they came 935 8804 thither, and were ashamed 2659 8799.

    6:21 For now ye are nothing; ye see 7200 8799 [my] casting down 2866, and are afraid 3372 8799.(ye are…: or, ye are like to them: Heb. to it)(nothing: Heb. not)

    6:22 Did I say 559 8804, Bring 3051 8798 unto me? or, Give a reward 7809 8798 for me of your substance 3581?

    6:23 Or, Deliver 4422 8761 me from the enemy's 6862 hand 3027? or, Redeem 6299 8799 me from the hand 3027 of the mighty 6184?

    6:24 Teach 3384 8685 me, and I will hold my tongue 2790 8686: and cause me to understand 995 8685 wherein I have erred 7686 8804.

    6:25 How forcible 4834 8738 are right 3476 words 561! but what doth your arguing 3198 8687 reprove 3198 8686?

    6:26 Do ye imagine 2803 8799 to reprove 3198 8687 words 4405, and the speeches 561 of one that is desperate 2976 8737, [which are] as wind 7307?

    6:27 Yea, ye overwhelm 5307 8686 the fatherless 3490, and ye dig 3738 8799 [a pit] for your friend 7453.(ye overwhelm: Heb. ye cause to fall upon)

    6:28 Now therefore be content 2974 8685, look 6437 8798 upon me; for [it is] evident 6440 unto you if I lie 3576 8762.(evident…: Heb. before your face)

    6:29 Return 7725 8798, I pray you, let it not be iniquity 5766; yea, return again 7725 8798, my righteousness 6664 [is] in it.(in it: that is, in this matter)

    6:30 Is there 3426 iniquity 5766 in my tongue 3956? cannot my taste 2441 discern 995 8799 perverse things 1942?(my taste: Heb. my palate)

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