Wersety o pokoju na dni w roku! Jhn lub John lub glory, heaven, majesty etc. Strona Biblia-Online. Nawigacja Biblia-Online. There was a man in the land of Uz, whose name was Job.

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Czy ich prowadzisz? And the devil answered the Lord, and said, I am come from compassing the earth, and walking up and down in the world. So the devil went out from the presence of the Lord. Then the devil said before the Lord, I am come from going through the world, and walking about the whole earth.

If we have received good things of the hand of the Lord, shall we not endure evil things? Shall not mine ear receive excellent revelations from him? Hast thou not seen such things, 19 that such is the overthrow of the ungodly? I will wait till I exist again? Therefore let me take good heed before him: I will consider, and be afraid of him. And Job ceased speaking. I am younger in age, and ye are elder, wherefore I kept silence, fearing to declare to you my own knowledge. Judgment shall not fail from the righteous; 18 but there shall be wrath upon the ungodly, by reason of the ungodliness of the bribes which they received for iniquities.

Yet by all these things thy understanding is not astonished, neither is thy mind disturbed in thy body. Wilt thou guide them? I will lay my hand upon my mouth. Dost thou not fear because preparation has been made by me? And my servant Job shall pray for you, for I will only accept him: for but his sake, I would have destroyed you, for ye have not spoken the truth against my servant Job.

And he himself was the son of his father Zare, one of the sons of Esau, and of his mother Bosorrha, so that he was the fifth from Abraam. And these were the kings who reigned in Edom, which country he also ruled over: first, Balac, the son of Beor, and the name of his city was Dennaba: but after Balac, Jobab, who is called Job, and after him Asom, who was governor out of the country of Thaeman: and after him Adad, the son of Barad, who destroyed Madiam in the plain of Moab; and the name of his city was Gethaim.

And his friends who came to him were Eliphaz, of the children of Esau, king of the Thaemanites, Baldad sovereign the Sauchaeans, Sophar king of the Minaeans. Powiadamiaj mnie o nowych komentarzach poprzez e-mail. Powiadamiaj mnie o nowych wpisach poprzez e-mail. Thus, then Job did continually. Chapter 2 1 And it came to pass on a certain day, that the angels of God came to stand before the Lord, and the devil came among them to stand before the Lord.

In all these things that happened to him, Job sinned not at all with his lips before God. Chapter 3 1 After this Job opened his mouth, and cursed his day, 2 saying, 3 Let the day perish in which I was born, and that night in which they said, Behold a man-child! Chapter 4 1 Then Eliphaz the Thaemanite answered and said, 2 Hast thou been often spoken to in distress? Chapter 5 1 But call, if any one will hearken to thee, or if thou shalt see any of the holy angels.

Chapter 6 1 But Job answered and said, 2 Oh that one would indeed weigh the wrath that is upon me, and take up my griefs in a balance together! Chapter 7 1 Is not the life of man upon earth a state of trial?

Chapter 8 1 Then Baldad the Sauchite answered, and said, 2 How long wilt thou speak these things, how long shall the breath of thy mouth be abundant in words? Chapter 9 1 Then Job answered and said, 2 I know of a truth that it is so: for how shall a mortal man be just before the Lord? Chapter 10 1 Weary in my soul, I will pour my words with groans upon him: I will speak being straitened in the bitterness of my soul. Chapter 11 1 Then Sophar the Minaean answered and said, 2 He that speaks much, should also hear on the other side: or does the fluent speaker think himself to be righteous?

Chapter 12 1 And Job answered and said, 2 So then ye alone are men, and wisdom shall die with you? Chapter 13 1 Behold, mine eye has seen these things, and mine ear has heard them. Chapter 14 1 For a mortal born of a woman is short lived, and full of wrath. Chapter 15 1 Then Eliphaz the Thaemanite answered and said, 2 Will a wise man give for answer a mere breath of wisdom?

Chapter 16 1 But Job answered and said, 2 I have heard many such things: poor comforters are ye all. Chapter 17 1 I perish, carried away by the wind, and I seek for burial, and obtain it not. Chapter 19 1 Then Job answered and said, 2 How long will ye vex my soul, and destroy me with words? Chapter 20 1 Then Sophar the Minaean answered and said, 2 I did not suppose that thou wouldest answer thus: neither do ye understand more than I.

Chapter 21 1 But Job answered and said, 2 Hear ye, hear ye my words, that I may not have this consolation from you. Chapter 22 1 Then Eliphaz the Thaemanite answered and said, 2 Is it not the Lord that teaches understanding and knowledge? Chapter 23 1 Then Job answered and said, 2 Yea, I know that pleading is out of my reach; and his hand has been made heavy upon my groaning. Chapter 24 1 But why have the seasons been hidden from the Lord, 2 while the ungodly have passed over the bound, carrying off the flock with the shepherd?

Chapter 25 1 Then Baldad the Sauchite answered and said, 2 What beginning or fear is his—even he that makes all things in the highest?

Chapter 26 1 But Job answered and said, 2 To whom dost thou attach thyself, or whom art thou going to assist? Chapter 27 1 And Job further continued and said in his parable, 2 As God lives, who has thus judge me; and the Almighty, who has embittered my soul; 3 verily, while my breath is yet in me, and the breath of God which remains to me is in my nostrils, 4 my lips shall not speak evil words, neither shall my soul meditate unrighteous thoughts.

Chapter 28 1 For there is a place for the silver, whence it comes, and a place for the gold, whence it is refined. Chapter 29 1 And Job continued and said in his parable, 2 Oh that I were as in months past, wherein God preserved me! Chapter 30 1 But now the youngest have laughed me to scorn, now they reprove me in their turn, whose fathers I set at nought; whom I did not deem worthy to be with my shepherd dogs.

Chapter 31 1 I made a covenant with mine eyes, and I will not think upon a virgin. Chapter 32 1 And his three friends also ceased any longer to answer Job: for Job was righteous before them. Chapter 33 1 Howbeit hear, Job, my words, and hearken to my speech. Chapter 34 1 And Elius continued, and said, 2 Hear me, ye wise men; hearken, ye that have knowledge.

Chapter 35 1 And Elius resumed and said, 2 What is this that thou thinkest to be according to right? Chapter 36 1 And Elius further continued, and said, 2 Wait for me yet a little while, that I may teach thee: for there is yet speech in me.

Chapter 37 1 At this also my heart is troubled, and moved out of its place. Chapter 38 1 And after Elius had ceased from speaking, the Lord spoke to Job through the whirlwind and clouds, saying, 2 Who is this that hides counsel from me, and confines words in his heart, and thinks to conceal them from me? Chapter 39 1 Say if thou knowest the time of the bringing forth of the wild goats of the rock, and if thou hast marked the calving of the hinds: 2 and if thou has hast numbered the full months of their being with young, and if thou hast relieved their pangs: 3 and hast reared their young without fear; and wilt thou loosen their pangs?

Chapter 40 1 And the Lord yet again answered and spoke to Job out of the cloud, saying, 2 Nay, gird up now thy loins like a man; and I will ask thee, and do thou answer me.

Chapter 41 1 Hast thou not seen him? Chapter 42 1 Then Job answered and said to the Lord, 2 I know that thou canst do all things, and nothing is impossible with thee. Witryna internetowa.


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