Job 9:22–23; Job 9:30–31; Job 21:7; Job 21:15; Job 24:1; Job 35:3; Malachi 3:14

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Job 9:22–23

22  It is all one; therefore I say,

He zdestroys both the blameless and the wicked.

23  When adisaster brings sudden death,

he mocks at the calamity1 of the innocent.

Job 9:30–31

30  If I wash myself with snow

and ncleanse my hands with lye,

31  yet you will plunge me into a pit,

and my own clothes will oabhor me.

Job 21:7

oWhy do the wicked live,

reach old age, and grow mighty in power?

Job 21:15

15  aWhat is the Almighty, that we should serve him?

And what bprofit do we get if we pray to him?

Job 24:1

Why are lnot times of judgment mkept by the Almighty,

and why do those who know him never see his ndays?

Job 35:3

that you ask, wWhat advantage have I?

How am I better off than if I had sinned?

Malachi 3:14

14 You have said, iIt is vain to serve God. jWhat is the profit of our keeping his charge or of walking as in mourning before the Lord of hosts?