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  • PARALLEL BIBLE - Job 23:2


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    King James Bible - Job 23:2

    Even to day is my complaint bitter: my stroke is heavier than my groaning.

    World English Bible

    "Even today my complaint is rebellious. His
    hand is heavy in spite of my groaning.

    Douay-Rheims - Job 23:2

    Now also my words are in bitterness, and the hand of my scourge is more grievous than my mourning.

    Webster's Bible Translation

    Even to-day is my complaint bitter: my stroke is heavier than my groaning.

    Original Hebrew

    גם
    1571 היום 3117 מרי 4805 שׂחי 7879 ידי 3027 כבדה 3513 על 5921  אנחתי׃ 585

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    VERSE (2) -
    Job 6:2; 10:1 La 3:19,20 Ps 77:2-9

    SEV Biblia, Chapter 23:2

    Hoy también hablaré con amargura; que es más grave mi llaga que mi gemido.

    Clarke's Bible Commentary - Job 23:2

    Verse 2. Even to-day is my complaint bitter ] Job goes on to maintain his own innocence, and shows that he has derived neither conviction nor consolation from the discourses of his friends. He grants that his complaint is bitter; but states that, loud as it may be, the affliction which he endures is heavier than his complaints are loud. Mr. Good translates: "And still is my complaint rebellion?" Do ye construe my lamentations over my unparalleled sufferings as rebellion against God? This, in fact, they had done from the beginning: and the original will justify the version of Mr. Good; for yrm meri, which we translate bitter, may be derived from hrm marah, "he rebelled."

    Matthew Henry Commentary

    Verses 1-7 -
    Job appeals from his friends to the just judgement of God. He wants to have his cause tried quickly. Blessed be God, we may know where to fin him. He is in Christ, reconciling the world unto himself; and upon mercy-seat, waiting to be gracious. Thither the sinner may go; an there the believer may order his cause before Him, with arguments take from his promises, his covenant, and his glory. A patient waiting for death and judgment is our wisdom and duty, and it cannot be without holy fear and trembling. A passionate wishing for death or judgement in our sin and folly, and ill becomes us, as it did Job.


    Original Hebrew

    גם 1571 היום 3117 מרי 4805 שׂחי 7879 ידי 3027 כבדה 3513 על 5921  אנחתי׃ 585


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