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1901 American Standard Version (ASV)

Job 41

Of God's great power in the leviathan.

American Standard ASV Job 41:1 Dictionary Concordance Cross ReferencesSubmit Your Comments on Job 41:1 Research Posted Online 41:1 ¶ Canst thou draw out leviathan with a fishhook? Or press down his tongue with a cord?

American Standard ASV Job 41:2 Dictionary Concordance Cross ReferencesSubmit Your Comments on Job 41:2 Research Posted Online 41:2 Canst thou put a rope into his nose? Or pierce his jaw through with a hook?

American Standard ASV Job 41:3 Dictionary Concordance Cross ReferencesSubmit Your Comments on Job 41:3 Research Posted Online 41:3 Will he make many supplications unto thee? Or will he speak soft words unto thee?

American Standard ASV Job 41:4 Dictionary Concordance Cross ReferencesSubmit Your Comments on Job 41:4 Research Posted Online 41:4 Will he make a covenant with thee, That thou shouldest take him for a servant for ever?

American Standard ASV Job 41:5 Dictionary Concordance Cross ReferencesSubmit Your Comments on Job 41:5 Research Posted Online 41:5 Wilt thou play with him as with a bird? Or wilt thou bind him for thy maidens?

American Standard ASV Job 41:6 Dictionary Concordance Cross ReferencesSubmit Your Comments on Job 41:6 Research Posted Online 41:6 Will the bands [of fishermen] make traffic of him? Will they part him among the merchants?

American Standard ASV Job 41:7 Dictionary Concordance Cross ReferencesSubmit Your Comments on Job 41:7 Research Posted Online 41:7 Canst thou fill his skin with barbed irons, Or his head with fish-spears?

American Standard ASV Job 41:8 Dictionary Concordance Cross ReferencesSubmit Your Comments on Job 41:8 Research Posted Online 41:8 Lay thy hand upon him; Remember the battle, and do so no more.

American Standard ASV Job 41:9 Dictionary Concordance Cross ReferencesSubmit Your Comments on Job 41:9 Research Posted Online 41:9 Behold, the hope of him is in vain: Will not one be cast down even at the sight of him?

American Standard ASV Job 41:10 Dictionary Concordance Cross ReferencesSubmit Your Comments on Job 41:10 Research Posted Online 41:10 None is so fierce that he dare stir him up; Who then is he that can stand before me?

American Standard ASV Job 41:11 Dictionary Concordance Cross ReferencesSubmit Your Comments on Job 41:11 Research Posted Online 41:11 Who hath first given unto me, that I should repay him? [Whatsoever is] under the whole heaven is mine.

American Standard ASV Job 41:12 Dictionary Concordance Cross ReferencesSubmit Your Comments on Job 41:12 Research Posted Online 41:12 I will not keep silence concerning his limbs, Nor his mighty strength, nor his goodly frame.

American Standard ASV Job 41:13 Dictionary Concordance Cross ReferencesSubmit Your Comments on Job 41:13 Research Posted Online 41:13 Who can strip off his outer garment? Who shall come within his jaws?

American Standard ASV Job 41:14 Dictionary Concordance Cross ReferencesSubmit Your Comments on Job 41:14 Research Posted Online 41:14 Who can open the doors of his face? Round about his teeth is terror.

American Standard ASV Job 41:15 Dictionary Concordance Cross ReferencesSubmit Your Comments on Job 41:15 Research Posted Online 41:15 [His] strong scales are [his] pride, Shut up together [as with] a close seal.

American Standard ASV Job 41:16 Dictionary Concordance Cross ReferencesSubmit Your Comments on Job 41:16 Research Posted Online 41:16 One is so near to another, That no air can come between them.

American Standard ASV Job 41:17 Dictionary Concordance Cross ReferencesSubmit Your Comments on Job 41:17 Research Posted Online 41:17 They are joined one to another; They stick together, so that they cannot be sundered.

American Standard ASV Job 41:18 Dictionary Concordance Cross ReferencesSubmit Your Comments on Job 41:18 Research Posted Online 41:18 His sneezings flash forth light, And his eyes are like the eyelids of the morning.

American Standard ASV Job 41:19 Dictionary Concordance Cross ReferencesSubmit Your Comments on Job 41:19 Research Posted Online 41:19 Out of his mouth go burning torches, And sparks of fire leap forth.

American Standard ASV Job 41:20 Dictionary Concordance Cross ReferencesSubmit Your Comments on Job 41:20 Research Posted Online 41:20 Out of his nostrils a smoke goeth, As of a boiling pot and [burning] rushes.

American Standard ASV Job 41:21 Dictionary Concordance Cross ReferencesSubmit Your Comments on Job 41:21 Research Posted Online 41:21 His breath kindleth coals, And a flame goeth forth from his mouth.

American Standard ASV Job 41:22 Dictionary Concordance Cross ReferencesSubmit Your Comments on Job 41:22 Research Posted Online 41:22 In his neck abideth strength, And terror danceth before him.

American Standard ASV Job 41:23 Dictionary Concordance Cross ReferencesSubmit Your Comments on Job 41:23 Research Posted Online 41:23 The flakes of his flesh are joined together: They are firm upon him; they cannot be moved.

American Standard ASV Job 41:24 Dictionary Concordance Cross ReferencesSubmit Your Comments on Job 41:24 Research Posted Online 41:24 His heart is as firm as a stone; Yea, firm as the nether millstone.

American Standard ASV Job 41:25 Dictionary Concordance Cross ReferencesSubmit Your Comments on Job 41:25 Research Posted Online 41:25 When he raiseth himself up, the mighty are afraid: By reason of consternation they are beside themselves.

American Standard ASV Job 41:26 Dictionary Concordance Cross ReferencesSubmit Your Comments on Job 41:26 Research Posted Online 41:26 If one lay at him with the sword, it cannot avail; Nor the spear, the dart, nor the pointed shaft.

American Standard ASV Job 41:27 Dictionary Concordance Cross ReferencesSubmit Your Comments on Job 41:27 Research Posted Online 41:27 He counteth iron as straw, [And] brass as rotten wood.

American Standard ASV Job 41:28 Dictionary Concordance Cross ReferencesSubmit Your Comments on Job 41:28 Research Posted Online 41:28 The arrow cannot make him flee: Sling-stones are turned with him into stubble.

American Standard ASV Job 41:29 Dictionary Concordance Cross ReferencesSubmit Your Comments on Job 41:29 Research Posted Online 41:29 Clubs are counted as stubble: He laugheth at the rushing of the javelin.

American Standard ASV Job 41:30 Dictionary Concordance Cross ReferencesSubmit Your Comments on Job 41:30 Research Posted Online 41:30 His underparts are [like] sharp potsherds: He spreadeth [as it were] a threshing-wain upon the mire.

American Standard ASV Job 41:31 Dictionary Concordance Cross ReferencesSubmit Your Comments on Job 41:31 Research Posted Online 41:31 He maketh the deep to boil like a pot: He maketh the sea like a pot of ointment.

American Standard ASV Job 41:32 Dictionary Concordance Cross ReferencesSubmit Your Comments on Job 41:32 Research Posted Online 41:32 He maketh a path to shine after him; One would think the deep to be hoary.

American Standard ASV Job 41:33 Dictionary Concordance Cross ReferencesSubmit Your Comments on Job 41:33 Research Posted Online 41:33 Upon earth there is not his like, That is made without fear.

American Standard ASV Job 41:34 Dictionary Concordance Cross ReferencesSubmit Your Comments on Job 41:34 Research Posted Online 41:34 He beholdeth everything that is high: He is king over all the sons of pride.

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