26 Do ye imagine to reprove [a]words, that the talk of the afflicted should be as the wind?

27 Ye make your wrath to fall upon the fatherless, and dig a pit for your friend.

28 Now therefore be content to [b]look upon me: for I will not lie before your face.

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Footnotes

  1. Job 6:26 Do you cavil at my words because I should be thought to speak foolishly, which am now in misery?
  2. Job 6:28 Consider whether I speak as one that is driven to this impatience through very sorrow, or as an hypocrite as you condemn me.

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