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PARALLEL BIBLE - Job 5:1


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King James Bible - Job 5:1

Call now, if there be any that will answer thee; and to which of the saints wilt thou turn?

World English Bible

"Call now; is there any who will answer you? To which of the holy ones will you turn?

Douay-Rheims - Job 5:1

Call now if there be any that will answer thee, and turn to some of the saints.

Webster's Bible Translation

Call now, if there is any that will answer thee; and to which of the saints wilt thou turn?

Original Hebrew

קרא
7121 נא 4994 הישׁ 3426 עונך 6030 ואל 413 מי 4310 מקדשׁים 6918 תפנה׃ 6437

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SEV Biblia, Chapter 5:1

¶ Ahora pues da voces, si habr quien te responda; y ¿si habr alguno de los santos a quien mires?

Clarke's Bible Commentary - Job 5:1

Verse 1. Call now, if there be any ] This appears to be a
strong irony.

From whom among those whose foundations are in the dust, and who are crushed before the moth, canst thou expect succour? To which of the saints wilt thou turn? ] To whom among the holy ones, ( ydq kedoshim,) or among those who are equally dependent on Divine support with thyself, and can do no good but as influenced and directed by God, canst thou turn for help? Neither angel nor saint can help any man unless sent especially from God; and all prayers to them must be foolish and absurd, not to say impious. Can the channel afford me water, if the fountain cease to emit it?


Matthew Henry Commentary

Verses 1-5 - Eliphaz here calls upon Job to answer his arguments. Were any of the saints or servants of God visited with such Divine judgments as Job, or did they ever behave like him under their sufferings? The term "saints," holy, or more strictly, consecrated ones, seems in all age to have been applied to the people of God, through the Sacrifice slai in the covenant of their reconciliation. Eliphaz doubts not that the sin of sinners directly tends to their ruin. They kill themselves by some lust or other; therefore, no doubt, Job has done some foolis thing, by which he has brought himself into this condition. The allusion was plain to Job's former prosperity; but there was n evidence of Job's wickedness, and the application to him was unfair an severe.


Original Hebrew

קרא 7121 נא 4994 הישׁ 3426 עונך 6030 ואל 413 מי 4310 מקדשׁים 6918 תפנה׃ 6437


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