JOB 24:1 Wherefore from the Mighty One Times have not been hidden, And those knowing Him have not seen His days.
JOB 24:2 The borders they reach, A drove they have taken violently away, Yea, they do evil.
JOB 24:3 The ass of the fatherless they lead away, They take in pledge the ox of the widow,
JOB 24:4 They turn aside the needy from the way, Together have hid the poor of the earth.
JOB 24:5 Lo, wild asses in a wilderness, They have gone out about their work, Seeking early for prey, A mixture for himself -- food for young ones.
JOB 24:6 In a field his provender they reap, And the vineyard of the wicked they glean.
JOB 24:7 The naked they cause to lodge Without clothing. And there is no covering in the cold.
JOB 24:8 From the inundation of hills they are wet, And without a refuge -- have embraced a rock.
JOB 24:9 They take violently away From the breast the orphan, And on the poor they lay a pledge.
JOB 24:10 Naked, they have gone without clothing, And hungry -- have taken away a sheaf.
JOB 24:11 Between their walls they make oil, Wine-presses they have trodden, and thirst.
JOB 24:12 Because of enmity men do groan, And the soul of pierced ones doth cry, And God doth not give praise.
JOB 24:13 They have been among rebellious ones of light, They have not discerned His ways, Nor abode in His paths.
JOB 24:14 At the light doth the murderer rise, He doth slay the poor and needy, And in the night he is as a thief.
JOB 24:15 And the eye of an adulterer Hath observed the twilight, Saying, `No eye doth behold me.' And he putteth the face in secret.
JOB 24:16 He hath dug in the darkness -- houses; By day they shut themselves up, They have not known light.
JOB 24:17 When together, morning `is' to them death shade, When he discerneth the terrors of death shade.
JOB 24:18 Light he `is' on the face of the waters, Vilified is their portion in the earth, He turneth not the way of vineyards.
JOB 24:19 Drought -- also heat -- consume snow-waters, Sheol `those who' have sinned.
JOB 24:20 Forget him doth the womb, Sweeten `on' him doth the worm, No more is he remembered, And broken as a tree is wickedness.
JOB 24:21 Treating evil the barren `who' beareth not, And `to' the widow he doth no good,
JOB 24:22 And hath drawn the mighty by his power, He riseth, and none believeth in life.
JOB 24:23 He giveth to him confidence, and he is supported, And his eyes `are' on their ways.
JOB 24:24 High they were `for' a little, and they are not, And they have been brought low. As all `others' they are shut up, And as the head of an ear of corn cut off.
JOB 24:25 And if not now, who doth prove me a liar, And doth make of nothing my word?