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  • PARALLEL BIBLE - Job 37:24


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    King James Bible - Job 37:24

    Men do therefore fear him: he respecteth not any that are wise of heart.

    World English Bible

    Therefore
    men revere him. He doesn't regard any who are wise of heart."

    Douay-Rheims - Job 37:24

    Therefore men shall fear him, and all that seem to themselves to be wise, shall not dare to behold him.

    Webster's Bible Translation

    Men therefore fear him: he respecteth not any that are wise of heart.

    Original Hebrew

    לכן
    3651 יראוהו 3372 אנשׁים 582 לא 3808  יראה 7200  כל 3605  חכמי 2450 לב׃ 3820

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    VERSE (24) -
    Ps 130:4 Jer 32:39; 33:9 Ho 3:5 Mt 10:28 Lu 12:4,5 Ro 2:4

    SEV Biblia, Chapter 37:24

    Por tanto los hombres lo temerán; todos los sabios de corazón no lo verán.

    Clarke's Bible Commentary - Job 37:24

    Verse 24. Men do therefore ] Therefore men, µyŤna anashim, wretched, miserable, ignorant, sinful men, should fear him.

    He respecteth not any ] No man is valuable in his sight on account of his wisdom; for what is his wisdom when compared with that of the Omniscient? Whatever good is in man, God alone is the author of it. Let him, therefore, that glorieth, glory in the Lord. THUS ends the speech of Elihu; a speech of a widely different description, on the whole, from that of the three friends of Job who had spoken so largely before him. In the speeches of Eliphaz, Zophar, and Bildad, there is little besides a tissue of borrowed wise sayings, and ancient proverbs and maxims, relative to the nature of God, and his moral government of the world. In the speech of Elihu every thing appears to be original; he speaks from a deep and comprehensive mind, that had profoundly studied the subjects on which he discoursed. His descriptions of the Divine attributes, and of the wonderful works of God, are correct, splendid, impressive, and inimitable.

    Elihu, having now come nearly to a close, and knowing that the Almighty would appear and speak for himself, judiciously prepares for and announces his coming by the thunder and lightning of which he has given so terrific and majestic a description in this and the preceding chapter. The evidences of the Divine presence throng on his eyes and mind; the incomprehensible glory and excellency of God confound all his powers of reasoning and description; he cannot arrange his words by reason of darkness; and he concludes with stating, that to poor weak man God must for ever be incomprehensible, and to him a subject of deep religious fear and reverence. Just then the terrible majesty of the Lord appears! Elihu is silent! The rushing mighty wind, for which the description of the thunder and lightning had prepared poor, confounded, astonished Job, proclaims the presence of Jehovah: and out of this whirlwind God answers for and proclaims himself! Reader, canst thou not conceive something of what these men felt? Art thou not astonished, perplexed, confounded, in reading over these descriptions of the thunder of God's power? Prepare, then, to hear the voice of God himself out of this whirlwind.


    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

    לכן 3651 יראוהו 3372 אנשׁים 582 לא 3808  יראה 7200  כל 3605  חכמי 2450 לב׃ 3820


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