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That thou mayest remember, and be confounded, and never open thy mouth any more because of thy shame, when I am pacified toward thee for all that thou hast done, saith the Lord GOD.
Lo! I am of no account, what shall I reply to thee? My hand, have I laid on my mouth:
I am dumb, I cannot open my mouth, for, thou, hast done it.
Why should a living son of earth complain, Let a man complain because of his sins?
Wherefore, inexcusable, thou art, O man, whoever judgest; for, wherein thou judgest some one else, thyself, thou dost condemn, - for, the very things, thou dost practise, who art judging:
Now we know that, whatsoever things the law saith, to them who are within the law, it speaketh, in order that, every mouth, may be stopped and all the world come, under penal sentence, unto God.
Thou wilt say to me, then - Why longer findeth he fault? For, his purpose, who hath withstood?
Having, therefore, been declared righteous by faith, let us have, peace, towards God, through our Lord Jesus Christ, -
1 Corinthians 4:7
For who maketh thee to differ? and what hast thou which thou didst not receive? But, if thou didst even receive it, why dost thou boast, as though thou hadst not received it?
Among whom also, we all, had our behaviour, at one time, in the covetings of our flesh, doing the things desired by the flesh and the mind, and were children, by nature, of anger - even as the rest, -
For, even we, used, at one time, to be - thoughtless, unyielding, deceived, in servitude unto manifold covetings and pleasures, in malice and envy, leading on, detestable, hating one another.
But, the Shameful thing, hath devoured the labour of our fathers from our youth: Their flocks, and their herds, their sons and their daughters.
And in all thine abominations, and thine unchaste ways, thou rememberedst not the days of thy youth, How thou wast utterly naked. When thou wast thrusting about thee in thy blood!