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  • PARALLEL BIBLE - Job 11:18


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    King James Bible - Job 11:18

    And thou shalt be secure, because there is hope; yea, thou shalt dig about thee, and thou shalt take thy rest in safety.

    World English Bible

    You shall be secure, because there is hope. Yes, you shall search, and shall take your rest in
    safety.

    Douay-Rheims - Job 11:18

    And thou shalt have confidence, hope being set before thee, and being buried thou shalt sleep secure.

    Webster's Bible Translation

    And thou shalt be secure, because there is hope; yes, thou shalt dig about thee, and thou shalt take thy rest in
    safety.

    Original Hebrew

    ובטחת
    982 כי 3588  ישׁ 3426  תקוה 8615  וחפרת 2658  לבטח 983  תשׁכב׃ 7901

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    VERSE (18) -
    Job 6:11; 7:6; 22:27-29 Ps 43:5 Pr 14:32 Ro 5:3-5 Col 1:27

    SEV Biblia, Chapter 11:18

    y confiarás, que habrá esperanza; y cavarás, y dormirás seguro;

    Clarke's Bible Commentary - Job 11:18

    Verse 18. And thou shalt be secure ] Thou shalt not fear any farther evils to disturb thy prosperity, for thou shalt have a well-grounded hope and confidence that thou shalt no more be visited by adversity.

    Yea, thou shalt dig ] I believe this neither refers to digging his grave, nor to curiously investigating surrounding circumstances; but to the custom of digging for water in the places where they pitched their tents. It was a matter of high importance in Asiatic countries to find good wells of wholesome water; and they were frequently causes of contention among neighbouring chiefs, who sometimes stopped them up, and at other times seized them as their own. Through envy of Isaac's prosperity the Philistines stopped up all the wells which Abraham had digged, Genesis xxvi. 12-16. And we find the herdsmen of Gerar contending with Isaac's servants about the wells which the latter had digged; so that they were obliged to abandon two of the chief of them, and remove to a distance in order to dig and find quiet possession. See Gen. xxxi. 17-22. Zophar, in reference to all these sorts of contentions and petty wars about wells and springs, tells Job that in the state of prosperity to which he shall be brought by the good providence of God, he shall dig-find wells of living water; none shall contend with him; and he shall rest in safety, all the neighbouring chieftains cultivating friendship with him; see on Job v. 23, 24; and that this is the meaning of the passage the following verse shows: Thou shalt lie down, and none shall make thee afraid; yea, many shall make suit unto thee. Thou shalt be in perfect security; no enemy shall molest thee, and many shall seek thy friendship.


    Matthew Henry Commentary

    Verses 13-20 - Zophar exhorts Job to repentance, and gives him encouragement, ye mixed with hard thoughts of him. He thought that worldly prosperity wa always the lot of the righteous, and that Job was to be deemed hypocrite unless his prosperity was restored. Then shalt thou lift u thy face without spot; that is, thou mayst come boldly to the throne of grace, and not with the terror and amazement expressed in ch. 9:34. I we are looked upon in the face of the Anointed, our faces that wer cast down may be lifted up; though polluted, being now washed with the blood of Christ, they may be lifted up without spot. We may draw nea in full assurance of faith, when we are sprinkled from an evi conscience, Heb 10:22 __________________________________________________________________


    Original Hebrew

    ובטחת 982 כי 3588  ישׁ 3426  תקוה 8615  וחפרת 2658  לבטח 983  תשׁכב׃ 7901


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