“He that wanteth vnderstanding, will thinke vpon vaine things: and a foolish man erring, imagineth follies.”
King James Version (KJV)
20. No heart can thinke vpon these things worthily: and who is able to conceiue his wayes? 21. It is a tempest, which no man can see: for the most part of his workes are hidde. 22. Who can declare the workes of his iustice? or who can endure them? for his Couenant is afarre off, and the triall of all things is in the ende. 23. He that wanteth vnderstanding, will thinke vpon vaine things: and a foolish man erring, imagineth follies. 24. My sonne, hearken vnto mee, and learne knowledge, and marke my words with thy heart. 25. I will shewe foorth doctrine in weight, and declare his knowledge exactly. 26. The works of the Lord are done in iudgement from the beginning: and from the time he made them, hee disposed the parts thereof.