SEV Biblia, Chapter 21:29 Â¿No habéis preguntado a los que pasan por los caminos, por cuyas señas no negaréis?
Clarke's Bible Commentary - Job 21:29 Verse 29. Have ye not asked them that go by the way?- This appears to be Job's answer. Consult travelers who have gone through different countries; and they will tell you that they have seen both examples-the wicked in great prosperity in some instances, while suddenly destroyed in others. See at the end of the chapter.
Do ye not know their tokens ] Mr. Good translates the whole verse thus: "Surely thou canst never have inquired of men of travel; or thou couldst not have been ignorant of their tokens. Hadst thou made proper inquiries, thou wouldst have heard of their awful end in a thousand instances. And also of their prosperity." See at the end of this chapter.
Matthew Henry Commentary Verses 27-34 - Job opposes the opinion of his friends, That the wicked are sure to fall into visible and remarkable ruin, and none but the wicked; upo which principle they condemned Job as wicked. Turn to whom you will you will find that the punishment of sinners is designed more for the other world than for this, Jude 1:14, 15. The sinner is here suppose to live in a great deal of power. The sinner shall have a splendi funeral: a poor thing for any man to be proud of the prospect of. He shall have a stately monument. And a valley with springs of water to keep the turf green, was accounted an honourable burial place amon eastern people; but such things are vain distinctions. Death closes his prosperity. It is but a poor encouragement to die, that others have died before us. That which makes a man die with true courage, is, with faith to remember that Jesus Christ died and was laid in the grave, no only before us, but for us. That He hath gone before us, and died for us, who is alive and liveth for us, is true consolation in the hour of death __________________________________________________________________
Original Hebrew הלא 3808 שׁאלתם 7592 עוברי 5674 דרך 1870 ואתתם 226 לא 3808 תנכרו׃ 5234