Job 9:21; Job 10:7; Job 11:4; Job 12:4; Job 13:18; Job 16:17; Job 23:10–11; Job 27:5; Job 29:14; Job 32:1; Job 34:5

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Job 9:21

21  I am xblameless; I regard not myself;

I yloathe my life.

Job 10:7

although you gknow that I am not guilty,

and there is hnone to deliver out of your hand?

Job 11:4

For fyou say, My gdoctrine is pure,

and I am clean in God’s1 eyes.

Job 12:4

I am da laughingstock to my friends;

I, who ecalled to God and he answered me,

a just and blameless man, am a laughingstock.

Job 13:18

18  Behold, I have tprepared my case;

I know that I shall be in the right.

Job 16:17

17  although there is no bviolence in my hands,

and my prayer is pure.

Job 23:10–11

10  But he yknows zthe way that I atake;

when he has btried me, I shall come out as gold.

11  My foot chas held fast to his steps;

I have kept his way and have dnot turned aside.

Job 27:5

Far be it from me to say that you are right;

till I die I will not put away my wintegrity from me.

Job 29:14

14  I oput on righteousness, and it clothed me;

my justice was like a robe and pa turban.

Job 32:1

Elihu Rebukes Job’s Three Friends

So these three men ceased to answer Job, because he was vrighteous in his own eyes.

Job 34:5

For Job has said, I am iin the right,

and jGod has taken away my right;