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PARALLEL BIBLE - Job 17:1


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King James Bible - Job 17:1

My breath is corrupt, my days are extinct, the graves are ready for me.

World English Bible

"My spirit is consumed. My days are extinct, And the grave is ready for me.

Douay-Rheims - Job 17:1

My spirit shall be wasted, my days shall be shortened, and only the grave remaineth for me.

Webster's Bible Translation

My breath is corrupt, my days are extinct, the graves are ready for me.

Original Hebrew

רוחי
7307 חבלה 2254 ימי 3117 נזעכו 2193 קברים׃ 6913

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SEV Biblia, Chapter 17:1

¬∂ Mi aliento estŠ corrompido, mis días son cortados, y me estŠ aparejado el sepulcro.

Clarke's Bible Commentary - Job 17:1

Verse 1. My
breath is corrupt ] Rather, My spirit is oppressed, hlbj yjwr ruchi chubbalah: My days are extinct, and the sepulchral cells are ready for me. - PARKHURST. There is probably a reference here to cemeteries, where were several niches, in Each of which a corpse was deposited. See on ver. 16. For hlbj chubbalah, corrupted or oppressed, some MSS. have hlj chalah, is made weak; and one has hlbg is worn down, consumed: this is agreeable to the Vulgate, Spiritus meus attenuebatur; "My spirit is exhausted."

Matthew Henry Commentary

Verses 1-9 - Job reflects upon the harsh censures his
friends had passed upon him and, looking on himself as a dying man, he appeals to God. Our time is ending. It concerns us carefully to redeem the days of time, and to spend them in getting ready for eternity. We see the good use the righteous should make of Job's afflictions from God, from enemies, an from friends. Instead of being discouraged in the service of God, by the hard usage this faithful servant of God met with, they should be made bold to proceed and persevere therein. Those who keep their ey upon heaven as their end, will keep their feet in the paths of religio as their way, whatever difficulties and discouragements they may mee with.


Original Hebrew

רוחי 7307 חבלה 2254 ימי 3117 נזעכו 2193 קברים׃ 6913


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