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PARALLEL BIBLE - Job 23:6


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King James Bible - Job 23:6

Will he plead against me with his great power? No; but he would put strength in me.

World English Bible

Would he contend with me in the greatness of his power? No, but he would listen to me.

Douay-Rheims - Job 23:6

I would not that he should contend with me with much strength, nor overwhelm me with the weight of his greatness.

Webster's Bible Translation

Would he plead against me with his great power? No; but he would put strength in me.

Original Hebrew

הברב
7227 כח 3581 יריב 7378 עמדי 5978 לא 3808 אך 389 הוא 1931 ישׂם׃ 7760

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VERSE (6) -
Job 9:19,33,34; 13:21 Isa 27:4,8 Eze 20:33,35

SEV Biblia, Chapter 23:6

¿Por ventura pleitearía conmigo con grandeza de fuerza? No; antes l la pondría en mí.

Clarke's Bible Commentary - Job 23:6

Verse 6. Will he plead against me ] He would not exhibit his
majesty and his sovereign authority to strike me dumb, or so overawe me that I could not speak in my own vindication.

No; but he would put strength in me. ] On the contrary, he would treat me with tenderness, he would rectify my mistakes, he would show me what was in my favour, and would temper the rigid demands of justice by the mild interpretations of equity; and where law could not clear me, mercy would conduct all to the most favourable issue.


Matthew Henry Commentary

Verses 1-7 - Job appeals from his friends to the just judgement of God. He wants to have his cause tried quickly. Blessed be God, we may know where to fin him. He is in Christ, reconciling the world unto himself; and upon mercy-seat, waiting to be gracious. Thither the sinner may go; an there the believer may order his cause before Him, with arguments take from his promises, his covenant, and his glory. A patient waiting for death and judgment is our wisdom and duty, and it cannot be without holy fear and trembling. A passionate wishing for death or judgement in our sin and folly, and ill becomes us, as it did Job.


Original Hebrew

הברב 7227 כח 3581 יריב 7378 עמדי 5978 לא 3808 אך 389 הוא 1931 ישׂם׃ 7760


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