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    JOB 38

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      1  God challenges Job to answer.
     4  God, by his mighty works, convinces Job of ignorance,
    31  and of imbecility.
    
    
    VERSE 1
       * Job 37:1,2,9,14 Ex 19:16-19 De 4:11,12; 5:22-24 1Ki 19:11
       * 2Ki 2:1,11 Eze 1:4 Na 1:3
    
    VERSE 2
        * Job 12:3; 23:4,5; 24:25; 26:3; 27:11; 34:35; 35:16; 42:3 1Ti 1:7
    
    
    VERSE 3 
     - Gird.
       * Job 40:7 Ex 12:11 1Ki 18:46 Jer 1:17 1Pe 1:13
    - for.
       * Job 13:15,22; 23:3-7; 31:35-37
    - answer thou me.  Heb. make me know.
    
    
    VERSE 4 
     - Where.
       * Pr 8:22,29,30; 30:4
    - I.
       * Ge 1:1 Ps 102:25; 104:5 Heb 1:2,10
    - hast.  Heb. knowest.
    
    
    VERSE 5 
     - laid.
       * Job 11:9; 28:25 Pr 8:27 Isa 40:12,22
    - who hath stretched.
       * Ps 19:4; 78:55 Isa 34:11 Zec 2:1,2 2Co 10:16
    
    
    VERSE 6 
     - Whereupon.
       * Job 26:7 1Sa 2:8 Ps 24:2; 93:1; 104:5 Zec 12:1 2Pe 3:5
    - foundations.  Heb. sockets.
       * Ex 26:18-25
    - fastened.  Heb. made to sink.  or.
       * Ps 118:22; 144:12 Isa 28:16 Eph 2:20,21
    
    
    VERSE 7 
     - the morning.
       * Re 2:28; 22:16
    - the sons.
       * Job 1:6; 2:1 Ps 104:4 Re 5:11
    - shouted.
       * Ezr 3:11,12 Zec 4:7
    
    
    VERSE 8 
     - who.
       * :10 Ge 1:9 Ps 33:7; 104:9 Pr 8:29 Jer 5:22
    - out.
       * :29
    
    
    VERSE 9 
     - thick.
       * Ge 1:2
    
    
    VERSE 10 
     - brake up for it my decreed place.  or, established my decree
      upon it.
       * Job 26:10 Ge 1:9,10; 9:15 Ps 104:9 Jer 5:22
    
    
    VERSE 11 
     - Hitherto.
      Thus far shall thy flux and reflux extend.  The tides are
      marvellously limited and regulated, not only by the lunar and
      solar attraction, but by the quantum of time required to
      remove any part of the earth's surface, by its rotation round
      its axis, from under the immediate attractive influence of the
      sun and moon.  Hence the attraction of the sun and moon, and
      the gravitation of the sea to its own center, which prevent
      too great a flux on the one hand, and too great reflux on the
      other, are some of those bars and doors by which its proud
      waves are stayed, and prevented from coming farther.
    
       * Ps 65:6,7; 93:3,4 Pr 8:29 Mr 4:39-41
    - but.
       * Job 1:22; 2:6 Ps 76:10; 89:9 Isa 27:8 Lu 8:32,33 Re 20:2,3,7,8
    - thy proud waves.  Heb. the pride of thy waves.
    
    
    VERSE 12 
     - commanded.
       * Ge 1:5 Ps 74:16; 136:7,8; 148:3-5
    - since.
       * :4,21; 8:9; 15:7
    - the dayspring.
       * Lu 1:78 2Pe 1:19
    
    
    VERSE 13 
     - take.
       * Ps 19:4-6; 139:9-12
    - ends.  Heb. wings.
       * Job 37:3 *marg:
    - the wicked.
       * Job 24:13-17 Ex 14:27 Ps 104:21,22,35
    
    
    VERSE 14 
     - as a.
       * Ps 104:2,6
    
    
    VERSE 15 
     - from.
       * Job 5:14; 18:5,18 Ex 10:21-23 2Ki 6:18 Pr 4:19 Isa 8:21,22
       * Jer 13:16 Ac 13:10,11
    - the high.
       * Ps 10:15; 37:17 Eze 30:22
    
    
    VERSE 16 
     - the springs.
       * Ps 77:19 Pr 8:24 Jer 51:36
    - walked.
       * Job 26:5,6
    
    
    VERSE 17 
     - the gates.
       * Ps 9:13; 107:18; 116:3
    - the shadow.
       * Job 3:5; 12:22 Ps 23:4; 107:10,14 Am 5:8 Mt 4:16
    
    VERSE 18
        * Ps 74:17; 89:11,12 Isa 40:28 Jer 31:37 Re 20:9
    
    
    VERSE 19 
     - the way.
       * :12,13 Ge 1:3,4,14-18 De 4:19 Isa 45:7 Joh 1:9; 8:12
    - darkness.
       * Ps 18:11; 104:20; 105:28 Jer 13:16 Eze 32:8 Am 4:13 Mt 27:45
    
    
    VERSE 20 
     - it to.  or, it at.  the bound.
       * Ge 10:19; 23:17
    
    VERSE 21
        * :4,12; 15:7
    
    VERSE 22
        * Job 6:16; 37:6 Ps 33:7; 135:7
    
    VERSE 23
        * Job 36:31; 36:13 Ex 9:18,24 Jos 10:11 Isa 30:30 Eze 13:11-13
       * Mt 7:27 Re 16:21
    
    VERSE 24
        * :12,13 Jon 4:8 Mt 24:27
    
    VERSE 25
        * Job 28:26; 36:27,28; 37:3-6 Ps 29:3-10
    
    
    VERSE 26 
     - To cause.
      It is well known that rain falls copiously in thunder storms.
      The flash is first seen, the clap is next heard, and last the
      rain descends; though in fact they all take place at the same
      time.  The lightning traverses all space in no perceivable
      succession of time.  Sound is propagated at the rate of 1,142
      feet in a second.  Rain travels still more slowly, and will be
      seen sooner or later according to the weight of the drops, and
      the distance of the cloud.  Now as water is composed of two
      elastic airs or gases, called oxygen and hydrogen, in the
      proportion of 88 of the former and 11 3/4 of the latter in
      100 parts, the electric spark, or matter of lightning, passing
      through the atmosphere, ignites and decomposes those gases,
      which explode; and the water falls down in the form of rain.
      This explosion, as well as the rushing in of the circumambient
      air to restore the equilibrium, will account for the clap and
      peal; and thus by the lightning of thunder God causes it to
      rain on the earth.
    
    - on the wilderness.
       * Ps 104:10-14; 107:35; 147:8,9 Isa 35:1,2; 41:18,19; 43:19,20
       * Jer 14:22 Heb 6:7,8
    
    VERSE 27
    
    
    VERSE 28 
     - Hath the.
       * :8; 5:9,10 1Sa 12:17,18 Ps 65:9,10 Jer 5:24; 10:13; 14:22
       * Joe 2:23 Am 4:7 Mt 5:45
    - dew.
       * Job 29:19 Ge 27:28,39 De 33:13,28 2Sa 1:21 1Ki 17:1 Pr 3:20
       * Ho 14:5
    
    VERSE 29
        * :8; 6:16; 37:10 Ps 147:16,17
    
    
    VERSE 30 
     - the face.
       * Job 37:10
    - frozen.  Heb. taken.
    
    
    VERSE 31 
     - Pleiades.  or, the seven stars.  Heb. Cimah.
       * Job 9:9 *marg:
       * Am 5:8
    - Orion.  or, Cesil.
    
    
    VERSE 32 
     - Mazzaroth.  or, the twelve signs.
      Probably the same as {mazzaloth.}
    
       * 2Ki 23:5
    - guide Arcturus.  Heb. guide them.
       * Job 9:9
    
    
    VERSE 33 
     - the ordinances.
       * Ge 1:16; 8:22 Ps 90 119:90,91 Jer 31:35,36; 33:25
    - canst.
       * :12,13
    
    VERSE 34
        * 1Sa 12:18 Am 5:8 Zec 10:1 Jas 5:18
    
    
    VERSE 35 
     - Canst.
       * Ex 9:23-25,29 Le 10:2 Nu 11:1; 16:35 2Ki 1:10,14 Re 11:5,6
    - Here we are.  Heb. Behold us.
       * 1Sa 22:12 Isa 6:8 *marg:
       * Job 65:1
    
    
    VERSE 36 
     - Who hath put.
       * Job 32:8 Ps 51:6 Pr 2:6 Ec 2:26 Jas 5 1:5,17
    - who hath given.
       * Ex 31:3; 36:1,2 Isa 28:26
    
    
    VERSE 37 
     - number.
       * Ge 15:5 Ps 147:4
    - or who.
       * Ge 8:1; 9:15
    - stay.  Heb. cause to lie down.
    
    
    VERSE 38 
     - groweth into hardness.  or, is turned into mire.  Heb. is
      poured.
       * Job 22:16 1Ki 22:35 2Ki 3:11; 4:40; 9:6 Isa 44:3
    - clods.
       * Job 21:33
    - cleave.
       * Job 41:17
    
    
    VERSE 39 
     - Wilt.
       * Job 4:10,11 Ps 34:10; 104:21; 145:15,16
    - appetite.  Heb. life.
    
    VERSE 40
        * Ge 49:9 Nu 23:24; 24:9
    
    VERSE 41
        * Ps 104:27,28; 147:9 Mt 6:26 Lu 12:24
    
    
    
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