1902 Rotherham's Emphasized Bible (EBR)
24:1 ¶ Wherefore, since from the Almighty times are not hid, have, his knowing ones, no vision of his days?
24:2 Boundaries, men move back, flocks, they seize and consume;
24:3 The ass of the fatherless, they drive off, they take in pledge the ox of the widow;
24:4 They turn aside the needy out of the way, at once, are the humbled of the land made to hide themselves.
24:5 Lo! [as] wild asses in the wilderness, they go forth with their work, eager seekers for prey, the waste plain, yieldeth them food for their young;
24:6 In the fielda man's fodder, they cut down, and, the vineyard of the lawless, they strip of its late berries;
24:7 Ill-clad, they are left to lodge without clothing, and have no covering in the cold;
24:8 With the sweeping rain of the mountains, are they wet, and, through having no shelter, they embrace a rock.
24:9 Men tear, from the breast, the fatherless, and, over the poor, they take a pledge;
24:10 Naked, they go about without clothing, and, famished, they carry the sheaves;
24:11 Between their walls, are they exposed to the sun, Wine-presses, they tread, and yet are thirsty;
24:12 Out of the cityout of the houses, they make outcry. and, the soul of the wounded, calleth for help, and, GOD, doth not regard it as foolish.
24:13 ¶ They, have become rebels against the light,they are not acquainted with the ways thereof, neither abide they in the paths thereof.
24:14 With the light, riseth the murderer, He slayeth the poor and needy, And, in the night, he becometh like a thief.
24:15 And, the eye of the adulterer, watcheth for the evening twilight, saying, Not an eye will see me! A covering for the face, he putteth on;
24:16 He breaketh, in the dark, into houses,By day, they lock themselves in, They know not the light;
24:17 For, in the case of all such, morning to them is the death-shade, For, to be recognised, is a death-shade terror.
24:18 ¶ Swift is he on the face of the waters, Speedily vanished their share in the land, He turneth not to the way of the vineyards.
24:19 Drought and heat, steal away snow water, Hades, them who have sinned.
24:20 Maternal love shall forget him, the worm shall find him sweet, No more shall he be remembered, but perversity shall be shivered like a tree.
24:21 He oppresseth the barren who beareth not, and, to the widow, he doeth not good;
24:22 Yea he draggeth along the mighty by his strength, He riseth up, and none hath assurance of life;
24:23 It is given him to be secure, and confident, yet, his eyes, are upon their ways.
24:24 They are exalted a little, and are not, Yea having been laid low, like all men, are they gathered, Even as the top of an ear of corn, do they hang down.
24:25 But, if not, who then can convict me of falsehood? or make of no account my words?
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