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And if thou deal thus with me, kill me, I pray thee, out of hand, if I have found favour in thy sight; and let me not see my wretchedness.
1 Kings 19:4
But, he himself, went into the wilderness a day's journey, and came and sat down under a certain shrub, - and asked for his life, that he might die, and said - Enough, now, O Yahweh! take away my life, for, no better, am, I, than, my fathers.
Wherefore give, to the wretched, light? Or, life, to the embittered in soul? -
Oh that my request would come! and, my hope, oh that GOD would grant!
So that my soul chooseth strangling, Death, rather than these my bones!
Now, therefore, O Yahweh, take, I pray thee, my life from me, - for it were better for me, to die, than, to live.
According to my eager outlook and hope, that, in nothing, shall I be put to shame, but, with all freedom of speech, as always, now also, shall Christ be magnified in my body, whether through means of life, or of death.
But let, your endurance, have, mature work, that ye may be mature and complete, in nothing, coming short.
Let me not
Wherefore hath my pain become perpetual? And my wound, incurable? Refuseth to be healed? Wilt thou, indeed be, to me As a brook that disappointeth, Waters that cannot be trusted?
Wherefore was it - That from the womb, I came forth, to see labour and pain; and That in shame should my days be consumed!
Yahweh, hath set aside, thy judgments, hath turned back thy foe, - The king of Israel, Yahweh, is in thy midst, thou shalt not fear calamity, any more.
How should I carry by myself the fatigue of you and the burden of you and your controversies?