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  • PARALLEL BIBLE - Job 14:4


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    King James Bible - Job 14:4

    Who can bring a clean thing out of an unclean? not one.

    World English Bible

    Who can bring a clean thing out of an unclean? Not one.

    Douay-Rheims - Job 14:4

    Who can make him clean that is conceived of unclean seed ? is it not thou who only art?

    Webster's Bible Translation

    Who can bring a clean thing out of an unclean? not one.

    Original Hebrew

    מי
    4310 יתן 5414 טהור 2889 מטמא 2931 לא 3808  אחד׃ 259  

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    VERSE (4) -
    Job 15:14; 25:4-6 Ge 5:3 Ps 51:5; 90:5 Joh 3:6 Ro 5:12; 8:8,9

    SEV Biblia, Chapter 14:4

    ¿Quién hará limpio de inmundo? Nadie.

    Clarke's Bible Commentary - Job 14:4

    Verse 4. Who can bring a clean thing ] This verse is thus rendered by the Chaldee: "Who will produce a clean thing from man, who is polluted with sins, except God, who is one?" By Coverdale thus: Who can make it cleane, that commeth of an uncleane thinge? No body. The text refers to man's original and corrupt nature. Every man that is born into the world comes into it in a corrupt or sinful state. This is called original sin; and is derived from fallen Adam, who is the stock, to the utmost ramifications of the human family. Not one human spirit is born into the world without this corruption of nature. All are impure and unholy; and from this principle of depravity all transgression is produced; and from this corruption of nature God alone can save. The Septuagint, in the Codex Alexandrinus, reads the verse thus: tiv gar estai kaqaro apo rupou; oude eiv, ean kai miav hmerav genhtai o biov autou epi thv ghv; "Who is pure from corruption? Not one, although he had lived but one day upon the earth."

    Matthew Henry Commentary

    Verses 1-6 -
    Job enlarges upon the condition of man, addressing himself also to God Every man of Adam's fallen race is short-lived. All his show of beauty happiness, and splendour falls before the stroke of sickness or death as the flower before the scythe; or passes away like the shadow. How is it possible for a man's conduct to be sinless, when his heart is by nature unclean? Here is a clear proof that Job understood and believe the doctrine of original sin. He seems to have intended it as a plea why the Lord should not deal with him according to his own works, but according to His mercy and grace. It is determined, in the counsel an decree of God, how long we shall live. Our times are in his hands, the powers of nature act under him; in him we live and move. And it is very useful to reflect seriously on the shortness and uncertainty of huma life, and the fading nature of all earthly enjoyments. But it is stil more important to look at the cause, and remedy of these evils. Unti we are born of the Spirit, no spiritually good thing dwells in us, or can proceed from us. Even the little good in the regenerate is defile with sin. We should therefore humble ourselves before God, and cas ourselves wholly on the mercy of God, through our Divine Surety. We should daily seek the renewing of the Holy Ghost, and look to heaven a the only place of perfect holiness and happiness.


    Original Hebrew

    מי 4310 יתן 5414 טהור 2889 מטמא 2931 לא 3808  אחד׃ 259  


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