1902 Rotherham's Emphasized Bible (EBR)
37:1 ¶ Yea, at this, my heart quaketh, and starteth up out of its place.
37:2 Hear! oh hear! the raging of his voice, A growling sound also, out of his mouth, goeth forth;
37:3 Under the whole heavens, he letteth it loose, His lightning also, unto the wings of the earth;
37:4 After it, roareth a voice, He thundereth with his voice of majesty, Nor will he hold them back, when his voice is heard.
37:5 GOD thundereth with his voice, wonderfully, Doing great things, which we cannot know;
37:6 ¶ For, to the snow, he saith, Fall earthwards,Also to the downpour of rain, yea the downpour of his mighty rains.
37:7 On the hand of every man, he setteth a seal, that all men may take note of his doing.
37:8 So then the wild-beast hath gone into covert, and, in its lairs, doth it remain.
37:9 Out of a chamber cometh a storm-wind, and, out of the north, cold.
37:10 By the breath of GOD, is givenfrost, and, the breadth of waters, is congealed;
37:11 Also, with moisture, burdeneth he the thick cloud, He disperseth his lightning-cloud;
37:12 Yea, the same, in circles, turneth itself to and fro, by his steering them to their work, whithersoever he commandeth them, over the face of the world, towards the earth.
37:13 Whether, as a rod, or for his earth, or in lovingkindness, he causeth it to come.
37:14 ¶ Give thou ear unto this, O Job, Stay, and consider well the wonders of GOD:
37:15 Canst thou got to know of GOD'S giving charge over them, or of the causing of the lightning of his cloud to shine forth?
37:16 Canst thou get to know concerning the poisings of the thick cloud, the wonders of one who is perfect in knowledge?
37:17 That thy garments should be hot when he quieteth the earth from the south?
37:18 Didst thou spread out, with him, the skies, strong as a molten mirror?
37:19 Let us know what we shall say to him, We cannot set in order, by reason of darkness.
37:20 Shall it be declared to himthat I would speak? Were any man to say aught, he might he destroyed?
37:21 ¶ Yet, now, men see not the light, bright though it is in the skies, when, a wind, hath passed over, and cleansed them.
37:22 Out of the north, a golden light cometh, Upon GOD, is fearful splendour:
37:23 The Almighty, whom we have not fully found out, is great in vigour,Neither, justice nor abounding righteousness, will he weaken.
37:24 Therefore, do men revere him, He will not regard any who are wise in heart.
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