Job 41


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1 - "Can You Pull In The Leviathan With A Fishhook Or Tie Down His Tongue With A Rope?
Job 41-1 - "Can You Pull In The Leviathan With A Fishhook Or Tie"Can You Pull In The Leviathan With A Fishhook Or Tie Down His Tongue With A Rope?
2 - Can You Put A Cord Through His Nose Or Pierce His Jaw With A Hook?
Job 41-2 - Can You Put A Cord Through His Nose Or Pierce His JawCan You Put A Cord Through His Nose Or Pierce His Jaw With A Hook?
3 - Will He Keep Begging You For Mercy? Will He Speak To You With Gentle Words?
Job 41-3 - Will He Keep Begging You For Mercy? Will He Speak To YWill He Keep Begging You For Mercy? Will He Speak To You With Gentle Words?
4 - Will He Make An Agreement With You For You To Take Him As Your Slave For Life?
Job 41-4 - Will He Make An Agreement With You For You To Take HimWill He Make An Agreement With You For You To Take Him As Your Slave For Life?
5 - Can You Make A Pet Of Him Like A Bird Or Put Him On A Leash For Your Girls?
Job 41-5 - Can You Make A Pet Of Him Like A Bird Or Put Him On ACan You Make A Pet Of Him Like A Bird Or Put Him On A Leash For Your Girls?
6 - Will Traders Barter For Him? Will They Divide Him Up Among The Merchants?
Job 41-6 - Will Traders Barter For Him? Will They Divide Him Up AWill Traders Barter For Him? Will They Divide Him Up Among The Merchants?
7 - Can You Fill His Hide With Harpoons Or His Head With Fishing Spears?
Job 41-7 - Can You Fill His Hide With Harpoons Or His Head With FCan You Fill His Hide With Harpoons Or His Head With Fishing Spears?
8 - If You Lay A Hand On Him, You Will Remember The Struggle And Never Do It Again!
Job 41-8 - If You Lay A Hand On Him, You Will Remember The StruggIf You Lay A Hand On Him, You Will Remember The Struggle And Never Do It Again!
9 - Any Hope Of Subduing Him Is False; The Mere Sight Of Him Is Overpowering.
Job 41-9 - Any Hope Of Subduing Him Is False; The Mere Sight Of HAny Hope Of Subduing Him Is False; The Mere Sight Of Him Is Overpowering.
10 - No One Is Fierce Enough To Rouse Him. Who Then Is Able To Stand Against Me?
Job 41-10 - No One Is Fierce Enough To Rouse Him. Who Then Is AblNo One Is Fierce Enough To Rouse Him. Who Then Is Able To Stand Against Me?
11 - Who Has A Claim Against Me That I Must Pay? Everything Under Heaven Belongs To Me.
Job 41-11 - Who Has A Claim Against Me That I Must Pay? EverythinWho Has A Claim Against Me That I Must Pay? Everything Under Heaven Belongs To Me.
12 - "I Will Not Fail To Speak Of His Limbs, His Strength And His Graceful Form.
Job 41-12 - "I Will Not Fail To Speak Of His Limbs, His Strength"I Will Not Fail To Speak Of His Limbs, His Strength And His Graceful Form.
13 - Who Can Strip Off His Outer Coat? Who Would Approach Him With A Bridle?
Job 41-13 - Who Can Strip Off His Outer Coat? Who Would ApproachWho Can Strip Off His Outer Coat? Who Would Approach Him With A Bridle?
14 - Who Dares Open The Doors Of His Mouth, Ringed About With His Fearsome Teeth?
Job 41-14 - Who Dares Open The Doors Of His Mouth, Ringed About WWho Dares Open The Doors Of His Mouth, Ringed About With His Fearsome Teeth?
15 - His Back Has Rows Of Shields Tightly Sealed Together;
Job 41-15 - His Back Has Rows Of Shields Tightly Sealed Together;His Back Has Rows Of Shields Tightly Sealed Together;
16 - Each Is So Close To The Next That No Air Can Pass Between.
Job 41-16 - Each Is So Close To The Next That No Air Can Pass BetEach Is So Close To The Next That No Air Can Pass Between.
17 - They Are Joined Fast To One Another; They Cling Together And Cannot Be Parted.
Job 41-17 - They Are Joined Fast To One Another; They Cling TogetThey Are Joined Fast To One Another; They Cling Together And Cannot Be Parted.
18 - His Snorting Throws Out Flashes Of Light; His Eyes Are Like The Rays Of Dawn.
Job 41-18 - His Snorting Throws Out Flashes Of Light; His Eyes ArHis Snorting Throws Out Flashes Of Light; His Eyes Are Like The Rays Of Dawn.
19 - Firebrands Stream From His Mouth; Sparks Of Fire Shoot Out.
Job 41-19 - Firebrands Stream From His Mouth; Sparks Of Fire ShooFirebrands Stream From His Mouth; Sparks Of Fire Shoot Out.
20 - Smoke Pours From His Nostrils As From A Boiling Pot Over A Fire Of Reeds.
Job 41-20 - Smoke Pours From His Nostrils As From A Boiling Pot OSmoke Pours From His Nostrils As From A Boiling Pot Over A Fire Of Reeds.
21 - His Breath Sets Coals Ablaze, And Flames Dart From His Mouth.
Job 41-21 - His Breath Sets Coals Ablaze, And Flames Dart From HiHis Breath Sets Coals Ablaze, And Flames Dart From His Mouth.
22 - Strength Resides In His Neck; Dismay Goes Before Him.
Job 41-22 - Strength Resides In His Neck; Dismay Goes Before Him.Strength Resides In His Neck; Dismay Goes Before Him.
23 - The Folds Of His Flesh Are Tightly Joined; They Are Firm And Immovable.
Job 41-23 - The Folds Of His Flesh Are Tightly Joined; They Are FThe Folds Of His Flesh Are Tightly Joined; They Are Firm And Immovable.
24 - His Chest Is Hard As Rock, Hard As A Lower Millstone.
Job 41-24 - His Chest Is Hard As Rock, Hard As A Lower Millstone.His Chest Is Hard As Rock, Hard As A Lower Millstone.
25 - When He Rises Up, The Mighty Are Terrified; They Retreat Before His Thrashing.
Job 41-25 - When He Rises Up, The Mighty Are Terrified; They RetrWhen He Rises Up, The Mighty Are Terrified; They Retreat Before His Thrashing.
26 - The Sword That Reaches Him Has No Effect, Nor Does The Spear Or The Dart Or The Javelin.
Job 41-26 - The Sword That Reaches Him Has No Effect, Nor Does ThThe Sword That Reaches Him Has No Effect, Nor Does The Spear Or The Dart Or The Javelin.
27 - Iron He Treats Like Straw And Bronze Like Rotten Wood.
Job 41-27 - Iron He Treats Like Straw And Bronze Like Rotten WoodIron He Treats Like Straw And Bronze Like Rotten Wood.
28 - Arrows Do Not Make Him Flee; Slingstones Are Like Chaff To Him.
Job 41-28 - Arrows Do Not Make Him Flee; Slingstones Are Like ChaArrows Do Not Make Him Flee; Slingstones Are Like Chaff To Him.
29 - A Club Seems To Him But A Piece Of Straw; He Laughs At The Rattling Of The Lance.
Job 41-29 - A Club Seems To Him But A Piece Of Straw; He Laughs AA Club Seems To Him But A Piece Of Straw; He Laughs At The Rattling Of The Lance.
30 - His Undersides Are Jagged Potsherds, Leaving A Trail In The Mud Like A Threshing Sledge.
Job 41-30 - His Undersides Are Jagged Potsherds, Leaving A TrailHis Undersides Are Jagged Potsherds, Leaving A Trail In The Mud Like A Threshing Sledge.
31 - He Makes The Depths Churn Like A Boiling Caldron And Stirs Up The Sea Like A Pot Of Ointment.
Job 41-31 - He Makes The Depths Churn Like A Boiling Caldron AndHe Makes The Depths Churn Like A Boiling Caldron And Stirs Up The Sea Like A Pot Of Ointment.
32 - Behind Him He Leaves A Glistening Wake; One Would Think The Deep Had White Hair.
Job 41-32 - Behind Him He Leaves A Glistening Wake; One Would ThiBehind Him He Leaves A Glistening Wake; One Would Think The Deep Had White Hair.
33 - Nothing On Earth Is His Equal- A Creature Without Fear.
Job 41-33 - Nothing On Earth Is His Equal- A Creature Without FeaNothing On Earth Is His Equal- A Creature Without Fear.
34 - He Looks Down On All That Are Haughty; He Is King Over All That Are Proud."
Job 41-34 - He Looks Down On All That Are Haughty; He Is King OveHe Looks Down On All That Are Haughty; He Is King Over All That Are Proud."


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