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  • PARALLEL BIBLE - Job 34:29


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    King James Bible - Job 34:29

    When he giveth quietness, who then can make trouble? and when he hideth his face, who then can behold him? whether it be done against a nation, or against a man only:

    World English Bible

    When he gives quietness, who then can condemn? When he hides his face, who then can see him? Alike whether to a nation, or to a man,

    Douay-Rheims - Job 34:29

    For when he granteth peace, who is there that can condemn? When he hideth his countenance, who is there that can behold him, whether it regard nations, or all men?

    Webster's Bible Translation

    When he giveth quietness, who then can make trouble? and when he hideth his face, who then can behold him? whether it be done against a nation, or against a man only:

    Original Hebrew

    והוא
    1931 ישׁקט 8252 ומי 4310 ירשׁע 7561 ויסתר 5641 פנים 6440 ומי 4310 ישׁורנו 7789 ועל 5921 גוי 1471 ועל 5921 אדם 120 יחד׃ 3162

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    VERSE (29) -
    Job 29:1-3 2Sa 7:1 Isa 14:3-8; 26:3; 32:17 Joh 14:27 Ro 8:31-34

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    Y si él diere reposo, ¿quién inquietará? Si escondiere el rostro, ¿quién lo mirará? Esto sobre una nación, y lo mismo sobre un hombre;

    Clarke's Bible Commentary - Job 34:29

    Verse 29. When he giveth quietness, who then can make trouble?- How beautiful is this sentiment, and how true! He ever acts as a sovereign, but his actions are all wise and just. If he give quietness, who dares to give trouble? And if he give to every human being the right to worship himself according to their conscience, for the director of which he gives both his word and his Spirit, who shall dare to say to another, "Thou shalt worship God in my way, or not at all;" or, through a pretended liberality, say, "Thou shalt be tolerated to worship him so and so;" and even that toleration be shackled and limited? Reader, thou hast as much right to tolerate another's mode of worship as he has to tolerate thine: or, in other words, neither of you have any such right at all; the pretension is as absurd as it is wicked. If, however, there be any thing in the religious practice of any particular people that is inimical, by fair construction, to the peace of the country, then the civil power may interfere, as they ought to do in all cases of insurrection; but let no such inference be drawn when not most obviously flowing from the practice of the people, and the principles they profess; and when solemnly disclaimed by the persons in question. Whatever converts sinners from the error of their ways must be good to society and profitable to the state.

    Whether it be done against a nation ] He defends and supports nations or individuals howsoever weak, against their enemies, howsoever numerous and powerful. He destroys nations or individuals who have filled up the measure of their political or moral iniquity, though all other nations and individuals stand up in their support.


    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

    והוא 1931 ישׁקט 8252 ומי 4310 ירשׁע 7561 ויסתר 5641 פנים 6440 ומי 4310 ישׁורנו 7789 ועל 5921 גוי 1471 ועל 5921 אדם 120 יחד׃ 3162


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