Job 34:31

Surely it is fitting to be said unto God, I have borne chastisement, I will not offend any more:
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George Leo Haydock

AD 1849
Seeing. Hebrew, "Thou shouldst have said to the Lord, I have suffered enough: (Calmet) I will not offend. "(Protestants) (Haydock) (Ver. 32.) Turn. He had undertaken to plead God's cause. (Calmet)

Gregory The Dialogist

AD 604
2. As it is frequently the case, that even wicked men say what is right, Eliu called to mind that he had made a little before many noble statements, and therefore confidently enquired of him if perchance he had erred. For he would not have thus asked, if he had believed that he had erred. For, as I said, it is a craft peculiar to the boastful to be eager to enquire about their erring, when they know that they have not erred. And, again, they disdain to make this enquiry, and to be convicted of error, whenever they plainly foresee that they have done wrong. For they seek not to be, but to appear, humble, and they assume an appearance of humility, by then making the enquiry, when they are praised the more from the very enquiry itself. But, because it is very difficult for the pride, which reigns in the heart, not to break out in the voice, if the hearers of these haughty men wait for a while, and consider their sayings in silence, the words, which follow, too soon make manifest their hea...

Knowing this first, that no prophecy of the scripture is of any private interpretation - 2 Peter 1:20

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