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Wisdom 12:17
You show your strength to those who doubt how powerful you really are. You condemn the pride of those who should know better than to doubt you.
For thou shewest thy power, when men will not believe thee to be absolute in power, and thou convincest the boldness of them that know thee not.
You show your strength when people doubt that your power is perfect, and you punish anyone who knows your power but dares to ignore it.
For you show your might when the perfection of your power is disbelieved; and in those who know you, you rebuke insolence.
For you show your strength when people doubt the completeness of your power, and you rebuke any insolence among those who know it.
For you show your strength when people doubt the completeness of your power, and you rebuke any insolence among those who know it.
For you show your strength when people doubt the completeness of your power, and you rebuke any insolence among those who know it.
For you show your strength when people doubt the completeness of your power, and you rebuke any insolence among those who know it.
For thou dost show thy strength when men doubt the completeness of thy power, and dost rebuke any insolence among those who know it.
For thou dost show thy strength when men doubt the completeness of thy power, and dost rebuke any insolence among those who know it.
For thou, that art not believed to be perfect [or full ended] in virtue (or in strength), thou showest virtue (or strength); and thou leadest over these men, that know not thee, in hardiness.
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