Job 39:13-25

13“The ostrich’s wings flap wildly, though its pinions lack plumage. 14For it leaves its eggs to the earth, and lets them be warmed on the ground, 15forgetting that a foot may crush them, and that a wild animal may trample them. 16It deals cruelly with its young, as if they were not its own; though its labor should be in vain, yet it has no fear; 17because God has made it forget wisdom, and given it no share in understanding. 18When it spreads its plumes aloft, it laughs at the horse and its rider.

19“Do you give the horse its might? Do you clothe its neck with mane? 20Do you make it leap like the locust? Its majestic snorting is terrible. 21It paws violently, exults mightily; it goes out to meet the weapons. 22It laughs at fear, and is not dismayed; it does not turn back from the sword. 23Upon it rattle the quiver, the flashing spear, and the javelin. 24With fierceness and rage it swallows the ground; it cannot stand still at the sound of the trumpet. 25When the trumpet sounds, it says ‘Aha!’ From a distance it smells the battle, the thunder of the captains, and the shouting.

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