24 And graven with [a]an iron pen in lead, or in stone forever!

25 For I am sure that my [b]Redeemer liveth, and he shall stand the last on the earth.

26 And though after my skin worms destroy this body, yet shall I see God [c]in my flesh.

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Footnotes

  1. Job 19:24 He protesteth that notwithstanding his sore passions his religion is perfect: and that he is not a blasphemer as they judged him.
  2. Job 19:25 I do not so justify myself before the world, but I know that I shall come before the great Judge, who shall be my deliverer and Savior.
  3. Job 19:26 Herein Job declareth plainly that he had a full hope, that both the soul and body should enjoy the presence of God in the last resurrection.
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