sound of music. They played and sang and praised the Lord
in the holy tongue. Then he appeared that sits in the great
chariot, kissed Job, and rode away bearing his soul with him
eastward. None saw them depart except the three daughters
The grief of the people, especially the poor, the widows,
and the orphans, was exceeding great. For three days they
left the corpse unburied, because they could not entertain the
thought of separating themselves from it.
As the name of Job will remain imperishable unto all time,
by reason of the man's piety, so his three friends were
recompensed by God for their sympathy with him in his distress.
Their names were preserved, the punishment of hell