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The Apocryphal Old Testament Collection of the most important non-canonical Old Testament books designed for general use.

Chapter XLV

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1And now, see, my children, I am about to die. Never forget the Lord. 2Do good to the beggars, and do not neglect the helpless. And do not marry wives that are daughters of foreigners. 3,4And now, my children, I will divide 1 Lit. ‘Behold, therefore, my children, I divide’. among you everything I have, so that each one of you may be in complete control of the portion that is his. 2 With these words Job ends his personal testimony, and at the beginning of the next chapter the narrative, with which the work opened, is resumed. It appears from li. 4 that the narrator is Nereos, Job's brother.

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1 Lit. ‘Behold, therefore, my children, I divide’.

2 With these words Job ends his personal testimony, and at the beginning of the next chapter the narrative, with which the work opened, is resumed. It appears from li. 4 that the narrator is Nereos, Job's brother.

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