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THE BOOK OF JOB: Chapter 11


Sophar reproves Job, for justifying himself, and invites him to repentance.

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111Then Sophar the Naamathite answered, and said:respondens autem Sophar Naamathites dixit
112Shall not he that speaketh much, hear also? or shall a man full of talk be justified?numquid qui multa loquitur non et audiet aut vir verbosus iustificabitur
113Shall men hold their peace to thee only? and when thou hast mocked others, shall no man confute thee?tibi soli tacebunt homines et cum ceteros inriseris a nullo confutaberis
114For thou hast said: My word is pure, and I am clean in thy sight.dixisti enim purus est sermo meus et mundus sum in conspectu tuo
115And I wish that God would speak with thee, and would open his lips to thee,atque utinam Deus loqueretur tecum et aperiret labia sua tibi
116That he might shew thee the secrets of wisdom, and that his law is manifold, and thou mightest understand that he exacteth much less of thee, than thy iniquity deserveth.ut ostenderet tibi secreta sapientiae et quod multiplex esset lex eius et intellegeres quod multo minora exigaris a Deo quam meretur iniquitas tua
117Peradventure thou wilt comprehend the steps of God, and wilt find out the Almighty perfectly?forsitan vestigia Dei conprehendes et usque ad perfectum Omnipotentem repperies
118He is higher than heaven, and what wilt thou do? he is deeper than hell, and how wilt thou know?excelsior caelo est et quid facies profundior inferno et unde cognosces
119The measure of him is longer than the earth, and broader than the sea.longior terrae mensura eius et latior mari
1110If he shall overturn all things, or shall press them together, who shall contradict him?si subverterit omnia vel in unum coartaverit quis contradicet ei
1111For he knoweth the vanity of men, and when he seeth iniquity, doth he not consider it?ipse enim novit hominum vanitatem et videns iniquitatem nonne considerat
1112A vain man is lifted up into pride, and thinketh himself born free like a wild ass's colt.vir vanus in superbiam erigitur et tamquam pullum onagri se liberum natum putat
1113But thou hast hardened thy heart, and hast spread thy hands to him.tu autem firmasti cor tuum et expandisti ad eum manus tuas
1114If thou wilt put away from thee the iniquity that is in thy hand, and let not injustice remain in thy tabernacle:si iniquitatem quod est in manu tua abstuleris a te et non manserit in tabernaculo tuo iniustitia
1115Then mayst thou lift up thy face without spot, and thou shalt be steadfast, and shalt not fear.tum levare poteris faciem tuam absque macula et eris stabilis et non timebis
1116Thou shalt also forget misery, and remember it only as waters that are passed away.miseriae quoque oblivisceris et quasi aquarum quae praeterierint recordaberis
1117And brightness like that of the noonday, shall arise to thee at evening: and when thou shalt think thyself consumed, thou shalt rise as the day star.et quasi meridianus fulgor consurget tibi ad vesperam et cum te consumptum putaveris orieris ut lucifer
1118And thou shalt have confidence, hope being set before thee, and being buried thou shalt sleep secure.et habebis fiduciam proposita tibi spe et defossus securus dormies
1119Thou shalt rest, and there shall be none to make thee afraid: and many shall entreat thy face.requiesces et non erit qui te exterreat et deprecabuntur faciem tuam plurimi
1120But the eyes of the wicked shall decay, and the way to escape shall fail them, and their hope the abomination of the soul.oculi autem impiorum deficient et effugium peribit ab eis et spes eorum abominatio animae
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