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  • PARALLEL BIBLE - Job 5:24


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    King James Bible - Job 5:24

    And thou shalt know that thy tabernacle shall be in peace; and thou shalt visit thy habitation, and shalt not sin.

    World English Bible

    You shall know that your
    tent is in peace. You shall visit your fold, and shall miss nothing.

    Douay-Rheims - Job 5:24

    And thou shalt know that thy tabernacle is in peace, and visiting thy beauty thou shalt not sin.

    Webster's Bible Translation

    And thou shalt know that thy tabernacle will be in peace; and thou shalt visit thy habitation, and shalt not sin.

    Original Hebrew

    וידעת
    3045 כי 3588  שׁלום 7965  אהלך 168  ופקדת 6485  נוך 5116  ולא 3808  תחטא׃ 2398  

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    VERSE (24) -
    Job 18:6,15,21; 21:7-9 1Sa 30:3 Isa 4:5,6

    SEV Biblia, Chapter 5:24

    Y sabrás que hay paz en tu tienda; y visitarás tu morada, y no pecarás.

    Clarke's Bible Commentary - Job 5:24

    Verse 24. Thou shalt know ] Thou shalt be so fully satisfied of the friendly disposition of all thy neighbours, that thou shalt rest secure in thy bed, and not be afraid of any danger, though sleeping in thy tent in the field; and when thou returnest from thy country excursions, thou shalt find that thy habitation has been preserved in peace and prosperity, and that thou hast made no mistake in thy trust, in thy confidence, or in thy confederates. The word űlha oholecha, "thy tabernacle," means simply a tent, or moveable dwelling, composed of poles, pins, and cloth, or skin, to be pitched any where in a few moments, and struck again with the same ease. The word űwn navecha, which we properly translate thy habitation, signifies a solid, permanent dwelling-place. See Josh. xxii. 4, 6-8; 2 Sam. xviii. 17; xix. 8; 1 Kings xii. 16; Psalm lii. 7; xci. 10; cxxxii. 3; Lam. ii. 4; Mal. ii. 12; and with these passages compare the place in the text. As to afjt techeta, which we translate thou shalt not SIN, it comes from afj chata, to err, to mistake, to miss the mark: hence to sin, transgress God's laws, seeking for happiness in forbidden and unlawful things, and therefore missing the mark, because in them happiness is not to be found: and it is very likely, from the connection above, that to mistake or err is its meaning in this place. I need not add, that the Arab chiefs, who had their castles or strong holds, frequently in their country excursions lodged in tents in the open fields; and that on such occasions a hostile neighbour sometimes took advantage of their absence, attacked and pillaged their houses, and carried off their families and household. See at the end of this chapter.

    Matthew Henry Commentary

    Verses 17-27 - Eliphaz gives to
    Job a word of caution and exhortation: Despise no thou the chastening of the Almighty. Call it a chastening, which come from the Father's love, and is for the child's good; and notice it as messenger from Heaven. Eliphaz also encourages Job to submit to his condition. A good man is happy though he be afflicted, for he has no lost his enjoyment of God, nor his title to heaven; nay, he is happ because he is afflicted. Correction mortifies his corruptions, wean his heart from the world, draws him nearer to God, brings him to his Bible, brings him to his knees. Though God wounds, yet he supports his people under afflictions, and in due time delivers them. Making a woun is sometimes part of a cure. Eliphaz gives Job precious promises of what God would do for him, if he humbled himself. Whatever trouble good men may be in, they shall do them no real harm. Being kept from sin, they are kept from the evil of trouble. And if the servants of Christ are not delivered from outward troubles, they are delivered by them, and while overcome by one trouble, they conquer all. Whatever i maliciously said against them shall not hurt them. They shall have wisdom and grace to manage their concerns. The greatest blessing, bot in our employments and in our enjoyments, is to be kept from sin. The shall finish their course with joy and honour. That man lives lon enough who has done his work, and is fit for another world. It is mercy to die seasonably, as the corn is cut and housed when fully ripe not till then, but then not suffered to stand any longer. Our times ar in God's hands; it is well they are so. Believers are not to expec great wealth, long life, or to be free from trials. But all will be ordered for the best. And remark from Job's history, that steadiness of mind and heart under trial, is one of the highest attainments of faith There is little exercise for faith when all things go well. But if God raises a storm, permits the enemy to send wave after wave, an seemingly stands aloof from our prayers, then, still to hang on an trust God, when we cannot trace him, this is the patience of the saints. Blessed Saviour! how sweet it is to look unto thee, the Autho and Finisher of faith, in such moments __________________________________________________________________


    Original Hebrew

    וידעת 3045 כי 3588  שׁלום 7965  אהלך 168  ופקדת 6485  נוך 5116  ולא 3808  תחטא׃ 2398  


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