For, to have done so, would have been
to have made an arm of flesh his
trust, rather than the living God.
He knew that his three friends had
mistaken his true character, & that they
had misjudged concerning his afflic
tions; that they had judged him to
be a mere hypocrite, because
he was brought into such lone af
flictions. And therefore he says, "Why
do ye persecute me as God, & one
not satisfied with my flesh? Oh
that my words were now written!
oh that they were printed in a
book! That they were graven with
an iron pen & lead, in the rock forever!"

After he had thus earnestly expressed
his desire that what he was about to
say might be duly noticed & be had in
lasting remembrance; he declares what
he had thus earnestly desired might

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