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  • PARALLEL BIBLE - Job 16:21


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    King James Bible - Job 16:21

    O that one might plead for a man with God, as a man pleadeth for his neighbour!

    World English Bible

    that he would maintain the right of a man with God, of a son of man with his neighbor!

    Douay-Rheims - Job 16:21

    My friends are full of words: my eye poureth out tears to God.

    Webster's Bible Translation

    O that one might plead for a man with God, as a man pleadeth for his neighbor!

    Original Hebrew

    ויוכח
    3198 לגבר 1397 עם 5973  אלוה 433  ובן 1121  אדם 120  לרעהו׃ 7453

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    VERSE (21) -
    Job 9:34,35; 13:3,22; 23:3-7; 31:35; 40:1-5 Ec 6:10 Isa 45:9 Ro 9:20

    SEV Biblia, Chapter 16:21

    ÂĄDeseo que pudiese disputar el hombre con Dios, como puede con su prójimo!

    Clarke's Bible Commentary - Job 16:21

    Verse 21. O that one might plead ] Let me only have liberty to plead with God, as a man hath with his fellow.

    Matthew Henry Commentary

    Verses 17-22 -
    Job's condition was very deplorable; but he had the testimony of his conscience for him, that he never allowed himself in any gross sin. N one was ever more ready to acknowledge sins of infirmity. Eliphaz ha charged him with hypocrisy in religion, but he specifies prayer, the great act of religion, and professes that in this he was pure, thoug not from all infirmity. He had a God to go to, who he doubted not too full notice of all his sorrows. Those who pour out tears before God though they cannot plead for themselves, by reason of their defects have a Friend to plead for them, even the Son of man, and on him we must ground all our hopes of acceptance with God. To die, is to go the way whence we shall not return. We must all of us, very certainly, an very shortly, go this journey. Should not then the Saviour be preciou to our souls? And ought we not to be ready to obey and to suffer for his sake? If our consciences are sprinkled with his atoning blood, an testify that we are not living in sin or hypocrisy, when we go the way whence we shall not return, it will be a release from prison, and a entrance into everlasting happiness __________________________________________________________________


    Original Hebrew

    ויוכח 3198 לגבר 1397 עם 5973  אלוה 433  ובן 1121  אדם 120  לרעהו׃ 7453


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