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  • PARALLEL BIBLE - Job 20:29


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    King James Bible - Job 20:29

    This is the portion of a wicked man from God, and the heritage appointed unto him by God.

    World English Bible

    This is the portion of a wicked man from God, the heritage appointed to him by God."

    Douay-Rheims - Job 20:29

    This is the portion of a wicked man from God, and the inheritance of his doings from the Lord.

    Webster's Bible Translation

    This is the portion of a wicked man from God, and the heritage appointed to him by God.

    Original Hebrew

    זה
    2088 חלק 2506 אדם 120 רשׁע 7563 מאלהים 430 ונחלת 5159 אמרו 561 מאל׃ 410

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    VERSE (29) -
    Job 18:21; 27:13; 31:2,3 De 29:20-28 Ps 11:5,6 Mt 24:51

    SEV Biblia, Chapter 20:29

    Esta es la parte que Dios apareja al hombre impío, y la heredad que Dios le seņala por su palabra.

    Clarke's Bible Commentary - Job 20:29

    Verse 29. This is the portion ] As God has dealt with the murmuring Israelites, and with the rebellious sons of Korah, so will he deal with those who murmur against the dispensations of his providence, and rebel against his authority. Instead of an earthly portion, and an ecclesiastical heritage, such as Korah, Dathan, and Abiram sought; they shall have fire from God to scorch them, and the earth to swallow them up. Dr. Stock, bishop of Killala, who has noticed the allusion to the quails, and for which he has been most unmeritedly ridiculed, gives us the following note on the passage: - "Here I apprehend is a fresh example of the known usage of Hebrew poets, in adorning their compositions by allusions to facts in the history of their own people. It has escaped all the interpreters; and it is the more important, because it fixes the date of this poem, so far as to prove its having been composed subsequently to the transgression of Israel, at Kibroth Hattaavah, recorded in Num. xi. 33, 34. Because the wicked acknowledges not the quail, that is, the meat with which God has filled his stomach; but, like the ungrateful Israelites, crammed, and blasphemed his feeder, as Milton finely expresses it, he shall experience the same punishment with them, and be cut off in the midst of his enjoyment, as Moses tells us the people were who lusted." If I mistake not, I have added considerable strength to the prelate's reasoning, by showing that there is a reference also to the history of the manna, and to that which details the rebellion of Korah and his company; and if so, (and they may dispute who please,) it is a proof that the Book of Job is not so old as, much less older than, the Pentateuch, as some have endeavoured to prove, but with no evidence of success, at least to my mind: a point which never has been, and I am certain never can be, proved; which has multitudes of presumptions against it, and not one clear incontestable fact for it. Mr. Good has done more in this case than any of his predecessors, and yet Mr. Good has failed; no wonder then that others, unmerciful criticisers of the bishop of Killala, have failed also, who had not a tenth part of Mr. Good's learning, nor one- hundredth part of his critical acumen.

    It is, however, strange that men cannot suffer others to differ from them on a subject of confessed difficulty and comparatively little importance, without raising up the cry of heresy against them, and treating them with superciliousness and contempt! These should know, if they are clergymen, whether dignified or not, that such conduct ill becomes the sacerdotal character; and that ante barbam docet senes cannot be always spoken to the teacher's advantage. As a good story is not the worse for being twice told, the following lines from a clergyman, who, for his humility and piety, was as much an honour to his vocation as he was to human nature, may not be amiss, in point of advice to all Warburtonian spirits: - "Be calm in arguing, for fierceness makes Error a fault, and truth discourtesy.

    Why should I feel another man's mistakes More than his sickness or his poverty? In love I should: but anger is not love Nor wisdom neither; therefore, gently move.

    Calmness is great advantage: he that lets Another chafe, may warm him at his fire, Mark all his wanderings, and enjoy his frets; As cunning fencers suffer heat to tire.

    Truth dwells not in the clouds: the bow that's there Doth often aim at, never hit, the sphere." HERBERT.

    Dr. Stock's work on the Book of Job will stand honourably on the same shelf with the best on this difficult subject.


    Matthew Henry Commentary

    Verses 23-29 - Zophar, having described the vexations which attend wicked practices shows their ruin from God's wrath. There is no fence against this, but in Christ, who is the only Covert from the storm and tempest, Isa 32:2 Zophar concludes, "This is the portion of a wicked man from God;" it is allotted him. Never was any doctrine better explained, or wors applied, than this by Zophar, who intended to prove Job a hypocrite Let us receive the good explanation, and make a better application, for warning to ourselves, to stand in awe and sin not. One view of Jesus directed by the Holy Spirit, and by him suitably impressed upon ou souls, will quell a thousand carnal reasonings about the suffering of the faithful __________________________________________________________________


    Original Hebrew

    זה 2088 חלק 2506 אדם 120 רשׁע 7563 מאלהים 430 ונחלת 5159 אמרו 561 מאל׃ 410


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