Job 5:15That is, he that humbleth himself before God.
Job 5:15He compareth the slander of the wicked to sharp swords.
Job 5:16If the wicked be compelled at God’s works to stop their mouths, much more they that profess God.
Job 5:19He will send trouble after trouble that his children may not for one time, but continually trust in him: but they shall have a comfortable issue, even in the greatest and the last, which is here called the seventh.
Job 5:22Whereas the wicked lament in their troubles, thou shalt have occasion to rejoice.
Job 5:23When we are in God’s favor, all creatures shall serve us.
Job 5:24God shall so bless thee, that thou shalt have occasion to rejoice in all things, and not to be offended.
Job 5:26Though the children of God have not always this promise performed, yet God doth recompense it otherwise to their advantage.
Job 5:27We have learned these points by experience, that God punisheth not the innocent, that man cannot compare in justice with him, that the hypocrites shall not long prosper, and that the affliction which man sustaineth, cometh for his own sin.
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