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  • PARALLEL BIBLE - Job 27:19


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    King James Bible - Job 27:19

    The rich man shall lie down, but he shall not be gathered: he openeth his eyes, and he is not.

    World English Bible

    He lies down
    rich, but he shall not do so again. He opens his eyes, and he is not.

    Douay-Rheims - Job 27:19

    The rich man when he shall sleep shall take away nothing with him: he shall open his eyes and find nothing.

    Webster's Bible Translation

    The
    rich man shall lie down, but he shall not be gathered: he openeth his eyes, and he is not.

    Original Hebrew

    עשׁיר
    6223 ישׁכב 7901 ולא 3808 יאסף 622 עיניו 5869 פקח 6491 ואיננו׃ 369

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    VERSE (19) -
    Job 14:13-15; 21:23-26,30; 30:23

    SEV Biblia, Chapter 27:19

    El rico dormirá, mas no será recogido; abrirá sus ojos, y no verá a nadie.

    Clarke's Bible Commentary - Job 27:19

    Verse 19. The rich man shall lie down ] In the grave. But he shall not be gathered - Neither have a respectable burial among men, nor be gathered with the righteous in the kingdom of God. It may be that Job alludes here to an opinion relative to the state of certain persons after death, prevalent in all nations in ancient times, viz., that those whose funeral rites had not been duly performed, wander about as ghosts, and find no rest.

    He openeth his eyes ] In the morning of the resurrection.

    And he is not. ] He is utterly lost and undone for ever. This seems to be the plain sense of the passage; and so all the versions appear to have understood it; but Reiske and some others, by making Psay yeaseph an Arabic word, signifying, not the idea of gathering, but care, anxiety, &c., have quite altered this sense of the passage; and Mr. Good, who copies them, translates thus: Let the rich man lie down, and care not. I see no manner of occasion to resort to this interpretation, which, in my judgment, gives a sense inferior to that given above, or to the following: The rich man shall lie down-go to his rest, fully persuaded that his property is in perfect safety; but he shall not be gathered, or he shall not gather-make any farther addition to his stores: he openeth his eyes in the morning, when he is not-marauders in the night have stripped him of all his property, as in the case of Job himself; a case quite probable, and not unfrequent in Arabia, when a hostile tribe makes a sudden incursion, and carries off an immense booty. But I prefer the first meaning, as it is obtained without crucifying the text. Coverdale translates: When the rich man dyeth, he carieth nothinge with him: he is gone in the twincklinge of an eye.


    Matthew Henry Commentary

    Verses 11-23 - Job's friends, on the same subject, spoke of the misery of wicked me before death as proportioned to their crimes; Job considered that if it were not so, still the consequences of their death would be dreadful Job undertook to set this matter in a true light. Death to a godly man is like a fair gale of wind to convey him to the heavenly country; but to a wicked man, it is like a storm, that hurries him away to destruction. While he lived, he had the benefit of sparing mercy; but now the day of God's patience is over, and he will pour out upon his his wrath. When God casts down a man, there is no flying from, no bearing up under his anger. Those who will not now flee to the arms of Divine grace, which are stretched out to receive them, will not be able to flee from the arms of Divine wrath, which will shortly be stretche out to destroy them. And what is a man profited if he gain the whol world, and thus lose his own soul __________________________________________________________________


    Original Hebrew

    עשׁיר 6223 ישׁכב 7901 ולא 3808 יאסף 622 עיניו 5869 פקח 6491 ואיננו׃ 369


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