6:1 icapsut Iob answered, and sayd,  
6:2 Oh that my griefe were throughly weighed, and my calamitie layd in the balances together. Margin Note
6:3 For now it would be heauier then the sand of the sea, therefore my words are swallowed vp. Margin Note
6:4 For the arrowes of the Almightie are within me, the poyson whereof drinketh vp my spirit: the terrors of God doe set themselues in aray against mee.  
6:5 Doeth the wilde asse bray when he hath grasse? or loweth the oxe ouer his fodder? Margin Note
6:6 Can that which is vnsauery, bee eaten without salt? or is there any taste in the white of an egge?  
6:7 The things that my soule refused to touch, are as my sorrowfull meat.  
6:8 O that I might haue my request! and that God would graunt mee the thing that I long for! Margin Note
6:9 Euen that it would please God to destroy mee, that he would let loose his hand, and cut me off.  
6:10 Then should I yet haue comfort, yea I would harden my selfe in sorrow; let him not spare, for I haue not concealed the words of the holy One.  
6:11 What is my strength, that I should hope? and what is mine ende, that I should prolong my life?  
6:12 Is my strength the strength of stones? or is my flesh of brasse? Margin Note
6:13 Is not my helpe in me? and is wisedome driuen quite from me?  
6:14 To him that is afflicted, pitie should be shewed from his friend; But he forsaketh the feare of the Almighty. Margin Note
6:15 My brethren haue delt deceitfully as a brooke, & as the streame of brookes they passe away,  
6:16 Which are blackish by reason of the yce, and wherein the snow is hid:  
6:17 What time they waxe warme, they vanish: when it is hot, they are consumed out of their place. Margin Note
6:18 The pathes of their way are turned aside; they goe to nothing, and perish.  
6:19 The troupes of Tema looked, the companies of Sheba waited for them.  
6:20 They were confounded because they had hoped; they came thither, and were ashamed.  
6:21 For now ye are nothing; ye see my casting downe, and are afraid. Margin Note
6:22 Did I say, Bring vnto mee? or giue a reward for me of your substance?  
6:23 Or deliuer me from the enemies hand, or redeeme me from the hand of the mighty?  
6:24 Teach me, and I will hold my tongue: and cause mee to vnderstand wherein I haue erred.  
6:25 How forcible are right wordes? but what doeth your arguing reproue?  
6:26 Do ye imagine to reproue words, and the speeches of one that is desperate, which are as winde?  
6:27 Yea, ye ouerwhelme the fatherlesse, and you digge a pit for your friend. Margin Note
6:28 Now therefore be content, looke vpon mee, for it is euident vnto you, if I lie. Margin Note
6:29 Returne, I pray you, let it not be iniquitie; yea returne againe: my righteousnesse is in it. Margin Note
6:30 Is there iniquitie in my tongue? cannot my taste discerne peruerse things? Margin Note