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  • PARALLEL BIBLE - Job 11:6


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    King James Bible - Job 11:6

    And that he would shew thee the secrets of wisdom, that they are double to that which is! Know therefore that God exacteth of thee less than thine iniquity deserveth.

    World English Bible

    that he would show you the secrets of wisdom! For true wisdom has two sides. Know therefore that God exacts of you less than your iniquity deserves.

    Douay-Rheims - Job 11:6

    That he might shew thee the secrets of wisdom, and that his law is manifold, and thou mightest understand that he exacteth much less of thee, than thy iniquity deserveth.

    Webster's Bible Translation

    And that he would show thee the secrets of wisdom, that they are
    double to that which is! Know therefore that God exacteth of thee less than thy iniquity deserveth.

    Original Hebrew

    ויגד
    5046 לך תעלמות 8587 חכמה 2451 כי 3588 כפלים 3718 לתושׁיה 8454 ודע 3045 כי 3588 ישׁה 5382 לך אלוה 433 מעונך׃ 5771

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    Job 15:8,11; 28:28 De 29:29 Ps 25:14 Da 2:28,47 Mt 13:35

    SEV Biblia, Chapter 11:6

    y que te declarara los secretos de la sabiduría! Porque mereces dos tantos segn la ley; y sabe que Dios te ha olvidado por tu iniquidad.

    Clarke's Bible Commentary - Job 11:6

    Verse 6. The secrets of wisdom ] All the depths of his own counsels; the heights, lengths, and breadths, of holiness. That they are double to that which is, hywt tushiyah, which we translate that which is, is a word frequent in Job and in the Book of Proverbs, and is one of the evidences brought in favour of Solomon as the author of this book. It signifies substance or essence, and is translated by a great variety of terms; enterprise, completeness, substance, the whole constitution, wisdom, law, sound wisdom, solid complete happiness, solidity of reason and truth, the complete total sum, &c., &c. See Taylor's Hebrew and English Concord., under hy . In this place the versions are various. Coverdale, following the Vulgate, translates: That he might shewe the (out of his secrite wissdome) how manyfolde his lawe is. The Septuagint, oti diplouv estai twn kata se, that it is double to what it is with thee. Mr. Good translates, "For they are intricacies to INIQUITY." This is a meaning never before given to hywt tushiyah, and a meaning which even his own learned note will not make generally prevalent. Perhaps Zophar is here, in mind, comparing the wisdom which has been revealed with the wisdom not revealed. The perfection and excellence of the Divine nature and the purity of his law, are, in substance and essence, double or manifold to the revelation already made.

    Less than thine iniquity deserveth. ] Mr. Good translates, And the knowledge hath withdrawn from thee because of thy sins; and represents Zophar as praying that God would reveal to him the secrets of wisdom, and the knowledge which he had withdrawn from him because of his transgressions. That Zophar intends to insinuate that God afflicted Job because of his iniquities, is evident; and that he thought that God had inflicted less chastisement upon him than his sins deserved, is not less so; and that, therefore, Job's complaining of harsh treatment was not at all well founded.


    Matthew Henry Commentary

    Verses 1-6 - Zophar attacked Job with great vehemence. He represented him as a ma that loved to hear himself speak, though he could say nothing to the purpose, and as a man that maintained falsehoods. He desired God woul show Job that less punishment was exacted than he deserved. We ar ready, with much assurance, to call God to act in our quarrels, and to think that if he would but speak, he would take our part. We ought to leave all disputes to the judgment of God, which we are sure is according to truth; but those are not always right who are most forwar to appeal to the Divine judgment.


    Original Hebrew

    ויגד 5046 לך תעלמות 8587 חכמה 2451 כי 3588 כפלים 3718 לתושׁיה 8454 ודע 3045 כי 3588 ישׁה 5382 לך אלוה 433 מעונך׃ 5771


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