King James Bible
with Catholic Commentary by George Leo Haydock

Job 1

The piety and prosperity of Job. (1-5) Satan obtains leave to try Job. (6-12) The loss of Job’s property, and the death of his children. (13-19) Job’s patience and piety. (20-22)

Job 2

Satan obtains leave to try Job. (1-6) Job’s sufferings. (7-10) His friends come to comfort him. (11-13)

Job 3

Job complains that he was born. (1-10) Job complaining. (11-19) He complains of his life. (20-26)

Job 4

Eliphaz reproves Job. (1-6) And maintains that God’s judgments are for the wicked. (7-11) The vision of Eliphaz. (12-21)

Job 5

Eliphaz urges that the sin of sinners in their ruin. (1-5) God is to be regarded in affliction. (6-16) The happy end of God’s correction. (17-27)

Job 5

1 Call now, if there be any that will answer thee; and to which of the saints wilt thou turn? 2 For wrath killeth the foolish man, and envy slayeth the silly one. 3 I have seen the foolish taking root: but suddenly I cursed his habitation. 4 His children are far from safety, and […]

Job 6

Job justifies his complaints. (1-7) He wishes for death. (8-13) Job reproves his friends as unkind. (14-30)

Job 7

Job’s troubles. (1-6) Job expostulates with God. (7-16) He begs release. (17-21)

Job 8

Bildad reproves Job. (1-7) Hypocrites will be destroyed. (8-19) Bildad applies God’s just dealing to Job. (20-22)

Job 9

Job acknowledges God’s justice. (1-13) He is not able to contend with God. (14-21) Men not to be judged by outward condition. (22-24) Job complains of troubles. (25-35)

Job 10

Job complains of his hardships. (1-7) He pleads with God as his Maker. (8-13) He complains of God’s severity. (14-22)

Job 11

Zophar reproves Job. (1-6) God’s perfections and almighty power. (7-12) Zophar assures Job of blessings if he repented. (13-20)

Job 12

Job reproves his friends. (1-5) The wicked often prosper.(6-11) Job speaks of the wisdom and power of God. (12-25)

Job 13

Job reproves his friends. (1-12) He professes his confidence in God. (13-22) Job entreats to know his sins. (23-28)

Job 14

Job speaks of man’s life. (1-6) Of man’s death. (7-15) By sin man is subject to corruption. (16-22)

Job 15

Eliphaz reproves Job. (1-16) The unquietness of wicked men. (17-35)

Job 16

Job reproves his friends. (1-5) He represents his case as deplorable. (6-16) Job maintains his innocency. (17-22)

Job 17

Job appeals from man to God. (1-9) His hope is not in life, but in death. (10-16)

Job 18

Bildad reproves Job. (1-4) Ruin attends the wicked. (5-10) The ruin of the wicked. (11-21)

Job 19

Job complains of unkind usage. (1-7) God was the Author of his afflictions. (8-22) Job’s belief in the resurrection. (23-29)

Job 20

Zophar speaks of the short joy of the wicked. (1-9) The ruin of the wicked. (10-22) The portion of the wicked. (23-29)

Job 21

Job entreats attention. (1-6) The prosperity of the wicked. (7-16) The dealings of God’s providence. (17-26) The judgement of the wicked is in the world to come. (27-34)

Job 22

Eliphaz shows that a man’s goodness profits not God. (1-4) Job accused of oppression. (5-14) The world before the flood. (15-20) Eliphaz exhorts Job to repentance. (21-30)

Job 23

Job complains that God has withdrawn. (1-7) He asserts his own integrity. (8-12) The Divine terrors. (13-17)

Job 24

Wickedness often unpunished. (1-12) The wicked shun the light. (13-17) Judgements for the wicked. (18-25)

Job 25

Bildad shows that man cannot be justified before God.

Job 26

Job reproves Bildad. (1-4) Job acknowledges the power of God. (5-14)

Job 27

Job protests his sincerity. (1-6) The hypocrite is without hope. (7-10) The miserable end of the wicked. (11-23)

Job 28

Concerning wordly wealth. (1-11) Wisdom is of inestimable value. (12-19) Wisdom is the gift of God. (20-28)

Job 29

Job’s former comforts. (1-6) The honour paid to Job, His usefulness. (7-17) His prospect of prosperity. (18-25)

Job 30

Job’s honour is turned into contempt. (1-14) Job a burden to himself. (15-31)

Job 31

Job declares his uprightness. (1-8) His integrity. (9-15) Job merciful. (16-23) Job not guilty of covetousness or idolatry. (24-32) Job not guilty of hypocrisy and violence. (33-40)

Job 32

Elihu is displeased at the dispute between Job and his friends. (1-5) He reproves them. (6-14) He speaks without partiality. (15-22)

Job 33

Elihu offers to reason with Job. (1-7) Elihu blames Job for reflecting upon God. (8-13) God calls men to repentance. (14-18) God sends afflictions for good. (19-28) Elihu entreats Job’s attention. (29-33)

Job 34

Elihu accuses Job of charging God with injustice. (1-9) God cannot be unjust. (10-15) God’s power and providence. (16-30) Elihu reproves Job. (31-37)

Job 35

Elihu speaks of man’s conduct. (1-8) Why those who cry out under afflictions are not regarded. (9-13) Elihu reproves Job’s impatience. (14-26)

Job 36

Elihu desires Job’s attention. (1-4) The methods in which God deals with men. (5-14) Elihu counsels Job. (15-23) The wonders in the works of creation. (24-33)

Job 37

Elihu observes the power of God. (1-13) Job required to explain the works of nature. (14-20) God is great, and is to be feared. (21-24)

Job 38

God calls upon Job to answer. (1-3) God questions Job. (4-11) Concerning the light and darkness. (12-24) Concerning other mighty works. (25-41)

Job 39

God inquires of Job concerning several animals.

Job 40

Job humbles himself to God. (1-5) The Lord reasons with Job to show his righteousness, power, and wisdom. (6-14) God’s power shown in Behemoth. (15-24)

Job 41

Concerning Leviathan.

Job 42

Job humbly submits unto God. (1-6) Job intercedes for his friends. (7-9) His renewed prosperity. (10-17)