Job 4:3Thou hast comforted others in their afflictions, and canst not now comfort thyself.
Job 4:6This he concludeth that Job was but an hypocrite, and had no true fear nor trust in God.
Job 4:7He concludeth that Job was reproved, seeing that God handled him so extremely, which is the argument that the carnal men make against the children of God.
Job 4:8They that do evil, cannot but receive evil.
Job 4:9He showeth that God needeth no great preparation to destroy his enemies: for he can do it with the blast of his mouth.
Job 4:10Though men according to their office do not punish tyrants (whom for their cruelty he compareth to lions, and their children to their whelps) yet God both is able, and his justice will punish them.
Job 4:12A thing that I knew not before, was declared unto me by vision, that is, that whosoever thinketh himself just, shall be found a sinner, when he cometh before God.
Job 4:14In these visions which God showeth to his creatures, there is ever a certain fear joined, that the authority thereof might be had in greater reverence.
Job 4:16When all things were quiet, or when the fear was somewhat assuaged, as God appeared to Elijah, 1 Kings 19:12.
Job 4:17He proveth that if God did punish the innocent, the creature should be more just than the Creator, which were a blasphemy.
Job 4:18If God find imperfection in his Angels, when they are not maintained by his power, how much more shall he lay folly to man’s charge when he would justify himself against God?
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