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PARALLEL BIBLE - Job 11:7


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King James Bible - Job 11:7

Canst thou by searching find out God? canst thou find out the Almighty unto perfection?

World English Bible

"Can you fathom the mystery of God? Or can you probe the limits of the Almighty?

Douay-Rheims - Job 11:7

Peradventure thou wilt comprehend the steps of God, and wilt find out the Almighty perfectly?

Webster's Bible Translation

Canst thou by searching find out God? canst thou find out the Almighty to perfection?

Original Hebrew

החקר
2714 אלוה 433 תמצא 4672 אם 518 עד 5704 תכלית 8503 שׁדי 7706 תמצא׃ 4672

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Job 5:9; 26:14; 37:23 Ps 77:19; 145:3 Ec 3:11 Isa 40:28 Mt 11:27

SEV Biblia, Chapter 11:7

¶ ¿Alcanzars t el rastro de Dios? ¿Llegars t a la perfeccin del Todopoderoso?

Clarke's Bible Commentary - Job 11:7

Verse 7. Canst thou by searching find out
God? ] What is God? A Being self-existent, eternal, infinite, immense, without bounds, incomprehensible either by mind, or time, or space. Who then can find this Being out? Who can fathom his depths, ascend to his heights, extend to his breadths, and comprehend the infinitude of his perfections?

Matthew Henry Commentary

Verses 7-12 - Zophar speaks well concerning
God and his greatness and glory concerning man and his vanity and folly. See here what man is; and le him be humbled. God sees this concerning vain man, that he would be wise, would be thought so, though he is born like a wild ass's colt, s unteachable and untameable. Man is a vain creature; empty, so the wor is. Yet he is a proud creature, and self-conceited. He would be wise would be thought so, though he will not submit to the laws of wisdom He would be wise, he reaches after forbidden wisdom, and, like his first parents, aiming to be wise above what is written, loses the tre of life for the tree of knowledge. Is such a creature as this fit to contend with God?


Original Hebrew

החקר 2714 אלוה 433 תמצא 4672 אם 518 עד 5704 תכלית 8503 שׁדי 7706 תמצא׃ 4672


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