12 If he snatches away, who can stop him?(A)
    Who can say to him, ‘What are you doing?’(B)

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14 “How then can I dispute with him?
    How can I find words to argue with him?(A)

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29 Since I am already found guilty,
    why should I struggle in vain?(A)

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32 “He is not a mere mortal(A) like me that I might answer him,(B)
    that we might confront each other in court.(C)

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I say to God:(A) Do not declare me guilty,
    but tell me what charges(B) you have against me.(C)

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14 What he tears down(A) cannot be rebuilt;(B)
    those he imprisons cannot be released.(C)

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Would it turn out well if he examined you?(A)
    Could you deceive him as you might deceive a mortal?(B)

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14 Why do I put myself in jeopardy
    and take my life in my hands?(A)

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“Is it for your piety that he rebukes you
    and brings charges against you?(A)

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There the upright(A) can establish their innocence before him,(B)
    and there I would be delivered forever from my judge.(C)

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13 “But he stands alone, and who can oppose him?(A)
    He does whatever he pleases.(B)

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19 “Tell us what we should say to him;(A)
    we cannot draw up our case(B) because of our darkness.(C)

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“Will the one who contends with the Almighty(A) correct him?(B)
    Let him who accuses God answer him!”(C)

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21 would not God have discovered it,
    since he knows the secrets of the heart?(A)

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24 The Lord Almighty has sworn,(A)

“Surely, as I have planned,(B) so it will be,
    and as I have purposed, so it will happen.(C)

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