1898 Young's Literal Translation (YLT)
13:1 ¶ Lo, allhath mine eye seen, Heard hath mine ear, and it attendeth to it.
13:2 According to your knowledge I have knownalso I. I am not fallen more than you.
13:3 Yet I for the Mighty One do speak, And to argue for God I delight.
13:4 And yet, ye [are] forgers of falsehood, Physicians of noughtall of you,
13:5 O that ye would keep perfectly silent, And it would be to you for wisdom.
13:6 Hear, I pray you, my argument, And to the pleadings of my lips attend,
13:7 For God do ye speak perverseness? And for Him do ye speak deceit?
13:8 His face do ye accept, if for God ye strive?
13:9 Is [it] good that He doth search you, If, as one mocketh at a man, ye mock at Him?
13:10 He doth surely reprove you, if in secret ye accept faces.
13:11 Doth not His excellency terrify you? And His dread fall upon you?
13:12 Your remembrances [are] similes of ashes, For high places of clay your heights.
13:13 Keep silent from me, and I speak, And pass over me doth what?
13:14 Wherefore do I take my flesh in my teeth? And my soul put in my hand?
13:15 Lo, He doth slay meI wait not! Only, my ways unto His face I argue.
13:16 AlsoHe [is] to me for salvation, For the profane cometh not before Him.
13:17 Hear ye diligently my word, And my declaration with your ears.
13:18 Lo, I pray you, I have set in order the cause, I have known that I am righteous.
13:19 Who [is] he that doth strive with me? For now I keep silent and gasp.
13:20 Only two things, O God, do with me: Then from Thy face I am not hidden.
13:21 Thy hand put far off from me, And Thy terror let not terrify me.
13:22 And call Thou, and II answer, OrI speak, and answer Thou me.
13:23 How many iniquities and sins have I? My transgression and my sin let me know.
13:24 Why dost Thou hide Thy face? And reckonest me for an enemy to Thee?
13:25 A leaf driven away dost Thou terrify? And the dry stubble dost Thou pursue?
13:26 For Thou writest against me bitter things, And causest me to possess iniquities of my youth:
13:27 And puttest in the stocks my feet, And observest all my paths, On the roots of my feet Thou settest a print,
13:28 And he, as a rotten thing, weareth away, As a garment hath a moth consumed him.
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