SEV Biblia, Chapter 27:1 Â¶ Y volvió Job a tomar su propósito, y dijo:
Clarke's Bible Commentary - Job 27:1 Verse 1. Continued his parable ] After having delivered the preceding discourse, Job appears to have paused to see if any of his friends chose to make any reply; but finding them all silent, he resumed his discourse, which is here called wlm meshalo, his parable, his authoritative weighty discourse; from lm mashal, to exercise rule, authority, dominion, or power. - Parkhurst. And it must be granted that in this speech he assumes great boldness, exhibits his own unsullied character, and treats his friends with little ceremony.
Matthew Henry Commentary Verses 1-6 - Job's friends now suffered him to speak, and he proceeded in a grav and useful manner. Job had confidence in the goodness both of his caus and of his God; and cheerfully committed his cause to him. But Job ha not due reverence when he spake of God as taking away his judgment, an vexing his soul. To resolve that our hearts shall not reproach us while we hold fast our integrity, baffles the designs of the evi spirit.
Original Hebrew ויסף 3254 איוב 347 שׂאת 5375 משׁלו 4912 ויאמר׃ 559