World English Bible
Job 13 (WEBP)
 “Behold, my eye has seen all this. My ear has heard and understood it.
 What you know, I know also. I am not inferior to you.
 “Surely I would speak to the Almighty. I desire to reason with God.
 But you are forgers of lies. You are all physicians of no value.
 Oh that you would be completely silent! Then you would be wise.
 Hear now my reasoning. Listen to the pleadings of my lips.
 Will you speak unrighteously for God, and talk deceitfully for him?
 Will you show partiality to him? Will you contend for God?
 Is it good that he should search you out? Or as one deceives a man, will you deceive him?
 He will surely reprove you if you secretly show partiality.
 Won’t his majesty make you afraid and his dread fall on you?
 Your memorable sayings are proverbs of ashes. Your defenses are defenses of clay.
 “Be silent! Leave me alone, that I may speak. Let come on me what will.
 Why should I take my flesh in my teeth, and put my life in my hand?
 Behold, he will kill me. I have no hope. Nevertheless, I will maintain my ways before him.
 This also will be my salvation, that a godless man will not come before him.
 Listen carefully to my speech. Let my declaration be in your ears.
 See now, I have set my cause in order. I know that I am righteous.
 Who is he who will contend with me? For then would I hold my peace and give up the spirit.
 “Only don’t do two things to me, then I will not hide myself from your face:
 withdraw your hand far from me, and don’t let your terror make me afraid.
 Then call, and I will answer, or let me speak, and you answer me.
 How many are my iniquities and sins? Make me know my disobedience and my sin.
 Why do you hide your face, and consider me your enemy?
 Will you harass a driven leaf? Will you pursue the dry stubble?
 For you write bitter things against me, and make me inherit the iniquities of my youth.
 You also put my feet in the stocks, and mark all my paths. You set a bound to the soles of my feet,
 though I am decaying like a rotten thing, like a garment that is moth-eaten.
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King James w/Strong’s #s
Job 13 (KJVS)
 Lo, mine eye H5869 hath seen H7200 (8804) all [this], mine ear H241 hath heard H8085 (8804) and understood H995 (8799) it.
 What ye know H1847, [the same] do I know H3045 (8804) also: I [am] not inferior H5307 (8802) unto you.
 Surely H199 I would speak H1696 (8762) to the Almighty H7706, and I desire H2654 (8799) to reason H3198 (8687) with God H410.
 But H199 ye [are] forgers H2950 (8802) of lies H8267, ye [are] all physicians H7495 (8802) of no value H457.
 O that H5414 (8799) ye would altogether H2790 (8687) hold your peace H2790 (8686)! and it should be your wisdom H2451.
 Hear H8085 (8798) now my reasoning H8433, and hearken H7181 (8685) to the pleadings H7379 of my lips H8193.
 Will ye speak H1696 (8762) wickedly H5766 for God H410? and talk H1696 (8762) deceitfully H7423 for him?
 Will ye accept H5375 (8799) his person H6440? will ye contend H7378 (8799) for God H410?
 Is it good H2895 (8804) that he should search you out H2713 (8799)? or as one man H582 mocketh H2048 (8763) another, do ye [so] mock H2048 (8762) him?
 He will surely H3198 (8687) reprove H3198 (8686) you, if ye do secretly H5643 accept H5375 (8799) persons H6440.
 Shall not his excellency H7613 make you afraid H1204 (8762)? and his dread H6343 fall H5307 (8799) upon you?
 Your remembrances H2146 [are] like H4912 unto ashes H665, your bodies H1354 to bodies H1354 of clay H2563.
 Hold your peace H2790 (8685), let me alone, that I may speak H1696 (8762), and let come H5674 (8799) on me what [will].
 Wherefore do I take H5375 (8799) my flesh H1320 in my teeth H8127, and put H7760 (8799) my life H5315 in mine hand H3709?
 Though H2005 he slay H6991 (8799) me, yet will I trust H3176 (8762) in him: but I will maintain H3198 (8686) mine own ways H1870 before H6440 him.
 He also [shall be] my salvation H3444: for an hypocrite H2611 shall not come H935 (8799) before H6440 him.
 Hear H8085 (8798) diligently H8085 (8800) my speech H4405, and my declaration H262 with your ears H241.
 Behold now, I have ordered H6186 (8804) [my] cause H4941; I know H3045 (8804) that I shall be justified H6663 (8799).
 Who [is] he [that] will plead H7378 (8799) with me? for now, if I hold my tongue H2790 (8686), I shall give up the ghost H1478 (8799).
 Only do H6213 (8799) not two H8147 [things] unto me: then will I not hide H5641 (8735) myself from thee H6440.
 Withdraw H7368 thine hand H3709 far H7368 (8685) from me: and let not thy dread H367 make me afraid H1204 (8762).
 Then call H7121 (8798) thou, and I will answer H6030 (8799): or let me speak H1696 (8762), and answer H7725 (8685) thou me.
 How many [are] mine iniquities H5771 and sins H2403? make me to know H3045 (8685) my transgression H6588 and my sin H2403.
 Wherefore hidest H5641 (8686) thou thy face H6440, and holdest H2803 (8799) me for thine enemy H341 (8802)?
 Wilt thou break H6206 (8799) a leaf H5929 driven to and fro H5086 (8737)? and wilt thou pursue H7291 (8799) the dry H3002 stubble H7179?
 For thou writest H3789 (8799) bitter things H4846 against me, and makest me to possess H3423 (8686) the iniquities H5771 of my youth H5271.
 Thou puttest H7760 (8799) my feet H7272 also in the stocks H5465, and lookest narrowly H8104 (8799) unto all my paths H734; thou settest a print H2707 (8691) upon the heels H8328 of my feet H7272.
 And he, as a rotten thing H7538, consumeth H1086 (8799), as a garment H899 that is moth H6211 eaten H398 (8804).
Young’s Literal Translation
Job 13 (YLT)
 Lo, all-hath mine eye seen, Heard hath mine ear, and it attendeth to it.
 According to your knowledge I have known-also I. I am not fallen more than you.
 Yet I for the Mighty One do speak, And to argue for God I delight.
 And yet, ye are forgers of falsehood, Physicians of nought-all of you,
 O that ye would keep perfectly silent, And it would be to you for wisdom.
 Hear, I pray you, my argument, And to the pleadings of my lips attend,
 For God do ye speak perverseness? And for Him do ye speak deceit?
 His face do ye accept, if for God ye strive?
 Is it good that He doth search you, If, as one mocketh at a man, ye mock at Him?
 He doth surely reprove you, if in secret ye accept faces.
 Doth not His excellency terrify you? And His dread fall upon you?
 Your remembrances are similes of ashes, For high places of clay your heights.
 Keep silent from me, and I speak, And pass over me doth what?
 Wherefore do I take my flesh in my teeth? And my soul put in my hand?
 Lo, He doth slay me-I wait not! Only, my ways unto His face I argue.
 Also-He is to me for salvation, For the profane cometh not before Him.
 Hear ye diligently my word, And my declaration with your ears.
 Lo, I pray you, I have set in order the cause, I have known that I am righteous.
 Who is he that doth strive with me? For now I keep silent and gasp.
 Only two things, O God, do with me: Then from Thy face I am not hidden.
 Thy hand put far off from me, And Thy terror let not terrify me.
 And call Thou, and I-I answer, Or-I speak, and answer Thou me.
 How many iniquities and sins have I? My transgression and my sin let me know.
 Why dost Thou hide Thy face? And reckonest me for an enemy to Thee?
 A leaf driven away dost Thou terrify? And the dry stubble dost Thou pursue?
 For Thou writest against me bitter things, And causest me to possess iniquities of my youth:
 And puttest in the stocks my feet, And observest all my paths, On the roots of my feet Thou settest a print,
 And he, as a rotten thing, weareth away, As a garment hath a moth consumed him.