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  • PARALLEL BIBLE - Job 34:28


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    King James Bible - Job 34:28

    So that they cause the cry of the poor to come unto him, and he heareth the cry of the afflicted.

    World English Bible

    so that they caused the cry of the poor to come to him. He heard the cry of the afflicted.

    Douay-Rheims - Job 34:28

    So that they caused the cry of the needy to come to him, and he heard the voice of the poor.

    Webster's Bible Translation

    So that they cause the cry of the poor to come to him, and he heareth the cry of the afflicted.

    Original Hebrew

    להביא
    935 עליו 5921 צעקת 6818 דל 1800  וצעקת 6818  עניים 6041  ישׁמע׃ 8085

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    VERSE (28) -
    Job 22:9,10; 24:12; 29:12,13; 31:19,20; 35:9 Ex 2:23,24; 3:7,9 Ps 12:5

    SEV Biblia, Chapter 34:28

    haciendo venir delante de sí el clamor del pobre, y oyendo el clamor de los necesitados.

    Clarke's Bible Commentary - Job 34:28

    Verse 28. So that they cause the cry of the poor ] They were cruel and oppressive: the poor cried through their distresses, and against their oppressors; and God heard the cry of the poor. Nothing so dreadful appears in the court of heaven against an unfeeling, hardhearted, and cruel man of power, as the prayers, tears, and groans of the poor. In times of little liberality, when some men thought they did God service by persecuting those who did not exactly receive their creed, nor worship God in their way, a certain great man in Scotland grievously persecuted his tenants, because they had religious meetings in private houses out of the order of the establishment; though he never molested them when they spent their time and their money in the alehouse. A holy, simple woman, one of those people, went one morning to the house of the great persecutor, and desired to speak with him. The servant desired to know her message, and he would deliver it; for she could not be admitted. She told him she could deliver her message to none but his master; said it was a matter of great importance, and concerned himself intimately, and alone.

    The servant having delivered this message, and stated that the woman appeared to have something particular on her mind, his worship condescended to see her. "What is your business with me?" said he, in a haughty, overbearing tone. To which she answered, "Sir, we are a hantle o' puir folk at - _, who are strivin' to sairve God accordin' to our ain conscience, and to get our sauls sav'd: yee persecute us; and I am come to beg yee to let us alane, and in ye dinna, we'll pray yee dead." This rhetoric was irresistible. His lordship did not know what influence such people might have in heaven; he did not like to put such prayers to the proof; wisely took the old woman's advice, and e'en let them alane. He was safe; they were satisfied; and God had the glory. When the poor refer their cause to God, he is a terrible avenger. Let the potsherds strive with the potsherds of the earth; but wo to the man that contendeth with his Maker.


    Matthew Henry Commentary

    Verses 16-30 - Elihu appeals directly to Job himself. Could he suppose that God wa like those earthly princes, who hate right, who are unfit to rule, an prove the scourges of mankind? It is daring presumption to condem God's proceedings, as Job had done by his discontents. Elihu suggest divers considerations to Job, to produce in him high thoughts of God and so to persuade him to submit. Job had often wished to plead his cause before God. Elihu asks, To what purpose? All is well that God does, and will be found so. What can make those uneasy, whose soul dwell at ease in God? The smiles of all the world cannot quiet those of whom God frowns.


    Original Hebrew

    להביא 935 עליו 5921 צעקת 6818 דל 1800  וצעקת 6818  עניים 6041  ישׁמע׃ 8085


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