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  • PARALLEL BIBLE - Job 32:8


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    King James Bible - Job 32:8

    But there is a spirit in man: and the inspiration of the Almighty giveth them understanding.

    World English Bible

    But there is a spirit in man, and the breath of the Almighty gives them understanding.

    Douay-Rheims - Job 32:8

    But, as I see, there is a spirit in men, and the inspiration of the Almighty giveth understanding.

    Webster's Bible Translation

    But there is a spirit in man: and the inspiration of the Almighty giveth them understanding.

    Original Hebrew

    אכן
    403 רוח 7307 היא 1931 באנושׁ 582 ונשׁמת 5397 שׁדי 7706 תבינם׃ 995

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    Job 4:12-21; 33:16; 35:11; 38:36 Ge 41:39 1Ki 3:12,28; 4:29 Pr 2:6

    SEV Biblia, Chapter 32:8

    Ciertamente espíritu hay en el hombre, e inspiracin del Omnipotente los hace que entiendan.

    Clarke's Bible Commentary - Job 32:8

    Verse 8. But there is a spirit in man ] Mr. Good translates: - "But surely there is an afflation in mankind, And the inspiration of the Almighty actuateth them." Coverdale, thus: - Every man (no doute) hath a mynde; but it is the inspyracion of the Almightie that geveth understondinge. I will now offer my own opinion, but first give the original text: nybt yd tmnw wnab ayh jwr ruach hi beenosh venishmath shaddai tebinem. "The spirit itself is in miserable man, and the breath of the Almighty causeth them to understand," How true is it that in God we live, move, and have our being! The spirit itself is in man as the spring or fountain of his animal existence, and by the afflatus of this spirit he becomes capable of understanding and reason, and consequently of discerning Divine truth.

    The animal and intellectual lives are here stated to be from God; and this appears to be an allusion to man's creation, Gen. ii. 7: "And God breathed into man's nostrils the breath of lives," yyj tmn nishmath chaiyim, i.e., animal and intellectual, and thus he became a living soul, hyj pn nephesh chaiyah, a rational animal. When man fell from God, the Spirit of God was grieved, and departed from him; but was restored, as the enlightener and corrector, in virtue of the purposed incarnation and atonement of our Lord Jesus; hence, he is "the true Light that lighteth every man that cometh into the world," John i. 9. That afflatus is therefore still continued to wna enosh, man, in his wretched, fallen state; and it is by that Spirit, the yhla jwr Ruach Elohim, "the Spirit of the merciful or covenant God," that we have any conscience, knowledge of good and evil, judgment in Divine things, and, in a word, capability of being saved.

    And when, through the light of that Spirit, convincing of sin, righteousness, and judgment, the sinner turns to God through Christ, and finds redemption in his blood, the remission of sins; then it is the office of that same Spirit to give him understanding of the great work that has been done in and for him; "for the Spirit itself (auto to pneuma, Rom. viii. 16, the same words in Greek as the Hebrew ayh jwr ruach hi of Elihu) beareth witness with his spirit that he is a child of God." It is the same Spirit which sanctifies, the same Spirit that seals, and the same Spirit that lives and works in the believer, guiding him by his counsel till it leads him into glory. In this one saying, independently of the above paraphrase, Elihu spoke more sense and sound doctrine than all Job's friends did in the whole of the controversy.


    Matthew Henry Commentary

    Verses 6-14 - Elihu professes to speak by the inspiration of the Holy Spirit, an corrects both parties. He allowed that those who had the longes experience should speak first. But God gives wisdom as he pleases; thi encouraged him to state his opinion. By attention to the word of God and dependence upon the Holy Spirit, young men may become wiser tha the aged; but this wisdom will render them swift to hear, slow to speak, and disposed to give others a patient hearing.


    Original Hebrew

    אכן 403 רוח 7307 היא 1931 באנושׁ 582 ונשׁמת 5397 שׁדי 7706 תבינם׃ 995


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