52 Week Bible Reading Plan
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- "Lo, my eye has seen all this, my ear has heard and understood it.
- What you know, I also know; I am not inferior to you.
- But I would speak to the Almighty, and I desire to argue my case with God.
- As for you, you whitewash with lies; worthless physicians are you all.
- Oh that you would keep silent, and it would be your wisdom!
- Hear now my reasoning, and listen to the pleadings of my lips.
- Will you speak falsely for God, and speak deceitfully for him?
- Will you show partiality toward him, will you plead the case for God?
- Will it be well with you when he searches you out? Or can you deceive him, as one deceives a man?
- He will surely rebuke you if in secret you show partiality.
- Will not his majesty terrify you, and the dread of him fall upon you?
- Your maxims are proverbs of ashes, your defenses are defenses of clay.
- "Let me have silence, and I will speak, and let come on me what may.
- I will take my flesh in my teeth, and put my life in my hand.
- Behold, he will slay me; I have no hope; yet I will defend my ways to his face.
- This will be my salvation, that a godless man shall not come before him.
- Listen carefully to my words, and let my declaration be in your ears.
- Behold, I have prepared my case; I know that I shall be vindicated.
- Who is there that will contend with me? For then I would be silent and die.
- Only grant two things to me, then I will not hide myself from thy face:
- withdraw thy hand far from me, and let not dread of thee terrify me.
- Then call, and I will answer; or let me speak, and do thou reply to me.
- How many are my iniquities and my sins? Make me know my transgression and my sin.
- Why dost thou hide thy face, and count me as thy enemy?
- Wilt thou frighten a driven leaf and pursue dry chaff?
- For thou writest bitter things against me, and makest me inherit the iniquities of my youth.
- Thou puttest my feet in the stocks, and watchest all my paths; thou settest a bound to the soles of my feet.
- Man wastes away like a rotten thing, like a garment that is moth-eaten.
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- "Man that is born of a woman is of few days, and full of trouble.
- He comes forth like a flower, and withers; he flees like a shadow, and continues not.
- And dost thou open thy eyes upon such a one and bring him into judgment with thee?
- Who can bring a clean thing out of an unclean? There is not one.
- Since his days are determined, and the number of his months is with thee, and thou hast appointed his bounds that he cannot pass,
- look away from him, and desist, that he may enjoy, like a hireling, his day.
- "For there is hope for a tree, if it be cut down, that it will sprout again, and that its shoots will not cease.
- Though its root grow old in the earth, and its stump die in the ground,
- yet at the scent of water it will bud and put forth branches like a young plant.
- But man dies, and is laid low; man breathes his last, and where is he?
- As waters fail from a lake, and a river wastes away and dries up,
- so man lies down and rises not again; till the heavens are no more he will not awake, or be roused out of his sleep.
- Oh that thou wouldest hide me in Sheol, that thou wouldest conceal me until thy wrath be past, that thou wouldest appoint me a set time, and remember me!
- If a man die, shall he live again? All the days of my service I would wait, till my release should come.
- Thou wouldest call, and I would answer thee; thou wouldest long for the work of thy hands.
- For then thou wouldest number my steps, thou wouldest not keep watch over my sin;
- my transgression would be sealed up in a bag, and thou wouldest cover over my iniquity.
- "But the mountain falls and crumbles away, and the rock is removed from its place;
- the waters wear away the stones; the torrents wash away the soil of the earth; so thou destroyest the hope of man.
- Thou prevailest for ever against him, and he passes; thou changest his countenance, and sendest him away.
- His sons come to honor, and he does not know it; they are brought low, and he perceives it not.
- He feels only the pain of his own body, and he mourns only for himself."
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