Treasury of Scripture Knowledge
For this, ye men of heart, hear to me: far be it to God from doing evil; and the Almighty from iniquity.
And he shall announce to thee hidden things of wisdom, for they are the double for understanding. And know thou that God will set to thee from thine iniquity.
And after all coming upon us for our evil deeds, and in our great guilt, for thou our God didst withhold below our iniquities, and didst give to us an escaping according to this.
Just art thou, O Jehovah, and upright thy judgments.
A broken reed he shall not break, and bedimmed flax shall he not quench it: he shall bring forth judgment to truth.
To thee, O Jehovah, justice, and to us shame of face, as this day to the men of Judah, and to those dwelling in Jerusalem, and to all Israel being near and being far off, in all the lands where thou didst thrust them there in their transgression which they transgressed against thee.
For not a man as I; I shall answer him, we shall come together in judgment
Shall he judge for a man with God? and the son of man for his neighbor?
There the upright one disputed with him; and I shall be delivered forever from my judge.
Thus said Jehovah, What iniquity found your fathers in me that they removed far off from me, and went after vanity, and they became vain?
Surely, O man, who art thou replying against God? Shall the formation say to him having formed, Why hest thou made me so