Isaiah 38:10-20 CEBA

10 I thought, I must depart in the prime of my life; I have been relegated to the gates of the underworlda for the rest of my life.

References for Isaiah 38:10

    • Ï 38:10 - Heb <i>Sheol</i>
      11 I thought, I won't see the LORD. The LORD is in the land of the living. I won't look upon humans again or be with the inhabitants of the world.
      12 My lifetime is plucked up and taken from me like a shepherd's tent. My life is shriveled like woven cloth; God cuts me off from the loom. Between daybreak and nightfall you carry out your verdict against me.
      13 I cried outb until morning: "Like a lion God crushes all my bones. Between daybreak and nightfall you carry out your verdict against me.

      References for Isaiah 38:13

        • Ð 38:13 - Or <i>I lay down</i>
          14 Like a swallowc I chirp; I moan like a dove. My eyes have grown weary looking to heaven. Lord, I'm overwhelmed; support me!"

          References for Isaiah 38:14

            • Ñ 38:14 - Heb uncertain
              15 What can I say? God has spoken to me; he himself has acted. I will wanderd my whole life with a bitter spirit.

              References for Isaiah 38:15

                • Ò 38:15 - Heb uncertain
                  16 The LORD Most High is the one who gives life to every heart, who gives life to the spirit!e

                  References for Isaiah 38:16

                    • Ó 38:16 - Heb uncertain
                      17 Look, he indeed exchanged my bitterness for wholeness.f You yourself have sparedg my whole being from the pit of destruction, because you have cast all my sins behind your back.

                      References for Isaiah 38:17

                        • Ô 38:17 - Heb uncertain
                        • Õ 38:17 - Cf LXX, Vulg; MT <i>loved</i>
                          18 The underworldh can't thank you, nor can deathi praise you; those who go down to the pit can't hope for your faithfulness.

                          References for Isaiah 38:18

                            • Ö 38:18 - Heb <i>Sheol</i>
                            • × 38:18 - Heb <i>Maveth</i>
                              19 The living, the living can thank you, as I do today. Parents will tell children about your faithfulness.
                              20 The LORD has truly saved me, and we will make musicj at the LORD's house all the days of our lives.

                              References for Isaiah 38:20

                                • Ø 38:20 - Or <i>my stringed instruments</i>