27 Behold, I know your thoughts, and the enterprises wherewith ye do me wrong.

28 For ye say, Where is the prince’s [a]house? and where is the tabernacle of the wicked’s dwelling?

29 May ye [b]not ask them that go by the way? and ye cannot deny their signs.

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Footnotes

  1. Job 21:28 Thus they called Job’s house in derision, concluding that it was destroyed because he was wicked.
  2. Job 21:29 Which through long travailing have experience and tokens thereof, to wit, that the wicked do prosper, and the godly live in affliction.

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