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  • PARALLEL BIBLE - Job 37:22


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    King James Bible - Job 37:22

    Fair weather cometh out of the north: with God is terrible majesty.

    World English Bible

    Out of the north comes golden splendor. With God is awesome majesty.

    Douay-Rheims - Job 37:22

    Cold cometh out of the north, and to God praise with fear.

    Webster's Bible Translation

    Fair
    weather cometh from the north: with God is terrible majesty.

    Original Hebrew

    מצפון
    6828 זהב 2091 יאתה 857 על 5921  אלוה 433  נורא 3372  הוד׃ 1935  

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    VERSE (22) -
    Pr 25:23

    SEV Biblia, Chapter 37:22

    De la parte del norte vendrá la serenidad por el Dios terrible de alabanza.

    Clarke's Bible Commentary - Job 37:22

    Verse 22. Fair weather cometh out of the north ] Is this any version of the original htay bhz wpxm mitstsaphon zahab yeetheh? which is rendered by almost every version, ancient and modern, thus, or to this effect: "From the north cometh gold." Calmet justly remarks, that in the time of Moses, Job, and Solomon, and for a long time after, gold was obtained from Colchis, Armenia, Phasis, and the land of Ophir, which were all north of Judea and Idumea; and are in the Scriptures ordinarily termed the north country. "But what relation can there be between, Gold cometh out of the north, and, With God is terrible majesty?" Answer: Each thing has its properties, and proper characteristics, which distinguish it; and each country has its advantages. Gold, for instance, comes from the northern countries; so praises offered to the Supreme God should be accompanied with fear and trembling: and as this metal is from the north, and northern countries are the places whence it must be procured; so terrible majesty belongs to God, and in him alone such majesty is eternally resident. As bhz zahob, which we translate gold, (see chap. xxviii. 16,) comes from a root that signifies to be clear, bright, resplendent, &c.; Mr. Good avails himself of the radical idea, and translates it splendour: - "splendour itself is with God; Insufferable majesty." But he alters the text a little to get this meaning, particularly in the word htay yeetheh, which we translate cometh, and which he contends is the pronoun hta itself; the y yod, as a performative, here being, as he thinks, an interpolation. This makes a very good sense; but none of the ancient versions understood the place thus, and none of the MSS. countenance this very learned critic's emendation.

    Matthew Henry Commentary

    Verses 21-24 - Elihu concludes his
    discourse with some great sayings concerning the glory of God. Light always is, but is not always to be seen. When clouds come between, the sun is darkened in the clear day. The light of God's favour shines ever towards his faithful servants, though it be not always seen. Sins are clouds, and often hinder us from seeing tha bright light which is in the face of God. Also, as to those thic clouds of sorrow which often darken our minds, the Lord hath a win which passes and clears them away. What is that wind? It is his Holy Spirit. As the wind dispels and sweeps away the clouds which ar gathered in the air, so the Spirit of God clears our souls from the clouds and fogs of ignorance and unbelief, of sin and lust. From all these clouds the Holy Spirit of God frees us in the work of regeneration. And from all the clouds which trouble our consciences the Holy Spirit sets us free in the work of consolation. Now that God is about to speak, Elihu delivers a few words, as the sum of all his discourse. With God is terrible majesty. Sooner or later all men shal fear him __________________________________________________________________


    Original Hebrew

    מצפון 6828 זהב 2091 יאתה 857 על 5921  אלוה 433  נורא 3372  הוד׃ 1935  


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