Treasury of Scripture Knowledge
Shall vain words have an end? or what emboldeneth thee that thou answerest?
My words may seem wrong to you, but the words of him who has no hope are for the wind.
How long will you say these things, and how long will the words of your mouth be like a strong wind?
Will a wise man make answer with knowledge of no value, or will he give birth to the east wind?
I have to give ear to arguments which put me to shame, and your answers to me are wind without wisdom.
And he was angry with his three friends, because they had been unable to give him an answer, and had not made Job's sin clear.
And no one was able to give him an answer, and so great was their fear of him, that from that day no one put any more questions to him.
By whom some families have been completely overturned; who take money for teaching things which are not right; these will have to be stopped.
Saying true and right words, against which no protest may be made, so that he who is not on our side may be put to shame, unable to say any evil of us.