SEV Biblia, Chapter 2:10 Y él le dijo: Como suele hablar cualquiera de las locas, has hablado. Está bien: recibimos el bien de Dios, Â¿y el mal no lo recibiremos? En todo esto no pecó Job con sus labios.
Clarke's Bible Commentary - Job 2:10 Verse 10. Thou speakest as one of the foolish ] Thou speakest like an infidel; like one who has no knowledge of God, of religion, or of a future state. The Targum, who calls this woman Dinah, translates thus: "Thou speakest like one of those women who have wrought folly in the house of their father." This is in reference to an ancient rabbinical opinion, that Job lived in the days of the patriarch Jacob, whose daughter Dinah he had married.
Shall we receive good ] This we have received in great abundance for many years: And shall we not receive evil? ] Shall we murmur when He afflicts us for a day, who has given us health for so many years? Shall we blaspheme his name for momentary privations, who has given us such a long succession or enjoyments? His blessings are his own: he never gave them to us; they were only lent. We have had the long, the free, the unmerited use of them; and shall we be offended at the Owner, when he comes to reclaim his own property? This would be foolish, ungrateful, and wicked. So may every one reason who is suffering from adversity. But who, besides Job, reasons thus? Man is naturally discontented and ungrateful.
In all this did not Job sin with his lips. ] The Chaldee adds, But in his heart he thought words. He had surmisings of heart, though he let nothing escape from his lips.
Matthew Henry Commentary Verses 7-10 - The devil tempts his own children, and draws them to sin, an afterwards torments, when he has brought them to ruin; but this chil of God he tormented with affliction, and then tempted to make a bad us of his affliction. He provoked Job to curse God. The disease was very grievous. If at any time we are tried with sore and grievou distempers, let us not think ourselves dealt with otherwise than as God sometimes deals with the best of his saints and servants. Job humble himself under the mighty hand of God, and brought his mind to his condition. His wife was spared to him, to be a troubler and tempter to him. Satan still endeavours to draw men from God, as he did our firs parents, by suggesting hard thoughts of Him, than which nothing is mor false. But Job resisted and overcame the temptation. Shall we, guilty polluted, worthless creatures, receive so many unmerited blessings from a just and holy God, and shall we refuse to accept the punishment of our sins, when we suffer so much less than we deserve? Let murmuring as well as boasting, be for ever done away. Thus far Job stood the trial, and appeared brightest in the furnace of affliction. There migh be risings of corruption in his heart, but grace had the upper hand.
Original Hebrew ויאמר 559 אליה 413 כדבר 1696 אחת 259 הנבלות 5036 תדברי 1696 גם 1571 את 853 הטוב 2896 נקבל 6901 מאת 853 האלהים 430 ואת 853 הרע 7451 לא 3808 נקבל 6901 בכל 3605 זאת 2063 לא 3808 חטא 2398 איוב 347 בשׂפתיו׃ 8193