SEV Biblia, Chapter 10:1 Â¶ Mi alma es cortada en mi vida; por tanto soltaré mi queja sobre mí, y hablaré con amargura de mi alma.
Clarke's Bible Commentary - Job 10:1 Verse 1. My soul is weary of my life ] Here is a proof that Ťpn nephesh does not signify the animal life, but the soul or immortal mind, as distinguished from yj chai, that animal life; and is a strong proof that Job believed in the distinction between these two principles; was no materialist; but, on the contrary, credited the proper immortality of the soul. This is worthy of observation. See chap. xii. 10.
I will leave my complaint ] I still charge myself with the cause of my own calamities; and shall not charge my Maker foolishly: but I must deplore my wretched and forlorn state.
Matthew Henry Commentary Verses 1-7 - Job, being weary of his life, resolves to complain, but he will no charge God with unrighteousness. Here is a prayer that he might be delivered from the sting of his afflictions, which is sin. When God afflicts us, he contends with us; when he contends with us, there is always a reason; and it is desirable to know the reason, that we ma repent of and forsake the sin for which God has a controversy with us But when, like Job, we speak in the bitterness of our souls, we increase guilt and vexation. Let us harbour no hard thoughts of God; we shall hereafter see there was no cause for them. Job is sure that God does not discover things, nor judge of them, as men do; therefore he thinks it strange that God continues him under affliction, as if he must take time to inquire into his sin.
Original Hebrew נקטה 5354 נפשׁי 5315 בחיי 2416 אעזבה 5800 עלי 5921 שׂיחי 7879 אדברה 1696 במר 4751 נפשׁי׃ 5315