Job 22:12He accuseth Job of impiety and contempt of God, as though he would say, If thou pass not for men, yet consider the height of God’s majesty.
Job 22:12That so much the more by that excellent work thou mayest fear God, and reverence him.
Job 22:13He reproveth Job, as though he denied God’s providence and that he could not see the things that were done in this world.
Job 22:15How God hath punished them from the beginning?
Job 22:16He proveth God’s providence by the punishment of the wicked, whom he taketh away before they can bring their wicked purposes to pass.
Job 22:18He answereth to that which Job had said, Job 21:7, that the wicked have prosperity in this world: desiring that he might not be partaker of the like.
Job 22:19The just rejoice at the destruction of the wicked for two causes: first, because God showeth himself judge of the world and by this means continueth his honor and glory: secondly, because God showeth that he hath care over his in that he punished their enemies.
Job 22:20That is, the state and preservation of the godly, is hid under God’s wings.
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