1902 Rotherham's Emphasized Bible (EBR)
1 Of the wild goats and hinds. 5 Of the wild ass. 9 The unicorn. 13 The peacock, stork, and ostrich. 19 The horse. 26 The hawk. 27 The eagle.
39:1 ¶ Knowest thou the season when the Wild Goats of the crags beget? The bringing forth of the hinds, canst thou observe?
39:2 Canst thou count the months they fulfill? Or knowest thou the time when they give birth?
39:3 They kneel down, their young, they bring forth; their pains, they throw off;
39:4 Their young become strong, they grow up in the open field, they go out, and return not unto them.
39:5 Who hath sent forth the Wild Ass free? And, the bands of the swift-runner, who hath loosed?
39:6 Whose house I have made the waste plain, and his dwellings, the land of salt:
39:7 He laugheth at the throng of the city, The shoutings of the driver, he heareth not;
39:8 He espieth the mountains, his pasture-ground, and, after every green thing, maketh search.
39:9 Will the Wild-Ox be pleased to be thy servant? or lodge for the night by thy crib?
39:10 Canst thou bind the wild-ox, so thatwith the ridgeshall run his cord? Or will he harrow the furrows after thee?
39:11 Wilt thou trust in him, because of the greatness of his strength? Wilt thou leave unto him thy toil?
39:12 Wilt thou put faith in him, that he will bring back thy seed? and that, corn for thy threshing-floor, he will gather?
39:13 ¶ The wing of the Ostrich that waveth itself joyfully, Is it the pinion of lovingkindness or the plumage?
39:14 For she leavethto the earthher eggs, and, on the dust, she letteth them be warmed;
39:15 And hath forgotten, that, a foot, may crush them,or, the wild beast, tread on them!
39:16 Dealing hardly with her young, as none-of hers, In vain, her labour, without dread.
39:17 For GOD hath suffered her to forget wisdom, and given her no share in understanding.
39:18 What time, on high, she vibrateth her wings, she laugheth at the horse and his rider.
39:19 ¶ Couldst thou giveto the Horsestrength? Couldst thou clothe his neck with the quivering mane?
39:20 Couldst thou cause him to leap like a locust? The majesty of his snort, is a terror!
39:21 He diggeth into the plain, and rejoiceth in vigour, he goeth forth to meet armour;
39:22 He laugheth at dread, and is not dismayed, neither turneth he back, from the face of the sword;
39:23 Against him, whiz [the arrows of] the quiver, the flashing head of spear and javelin;
39:24 With stamping and rage, he drinketh up the ground,he will not stand still when the horn soundeth;
39:25 As oft as the horn soundeth, he saith, Aha! And, from afar, he scenteth the battle,the thunder of commanders and the war-cry.
39:26 ¶ Is it, by thine understanding, that the Bird of Passage betaketh him to his pinions? spreadeth out his wings to the south?
39:27 Or, at thy bidding, that the Eagle mounteth, and that he setteth on high his nest?
39:28 The crag, he inhabiteth, and so lodgeth himself, on the tooth of the crag, and high fort;
39:29 From thence, he searcheth out food, far away, his eyes do pierce;
39:30 And, his young brood, suck up blood, and, where the slain are, there, is he.
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