But his sons(A) did not follow his ways. They turned aside(B) after dishonest gain and accepted bribes(C) and perverted(D) justice.

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The light in his tent(A) becomes dark;(B)
    the lamp beside him goes out.(C)

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14 He is torn from the security of his tent(A)
    and marched off to the king(B) of terrors.(C)

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21 Surely such is the dwelling(A) of an evil man;(B)
    such is the place(C) of one who does not know God.”(D)

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28 You say, ‘Where now is the house of the great,(A)
    the tents where the wicked lived?’(B)

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For what hope have the godless(A) when they are cut off,
    when God takes away their life?(B)

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18 The house(A) he builds is like a moth’s cocoon,(B)
    like a hut(C) made by a watchman.

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26 He punishes them for their wickedness(A)
    where everyone can see them,

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He does not keep the wicked alive(A)
    but gives the afflicted their rights.(B)

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13 that it might take the earth by the edges
    and shake the wicked(A) out of it?(B)

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Surely God will bring you down to everlasting ruin:
    He will snatch you up and pluck(A) you from your tent;
    he will uproot(B) you from the land of the living.(C)

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11 The house of the wicked will be destroyed,(A)
    but the tent of the upright will flourish.(B)

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