Let men of understanding tell me
Whether I am right or wrong:
and let a wise man hearken unto me;
to what I have said or shall say. Elihu here addresses the company around him, the wise and intelligent part of them; the words may be rendered in the future tense, men of understanding "will" tell me F14, and a wise man "will" hearken to me and assent, not only to what I have said, but to what I am about to say, namely, what follows.
F14 (wrmay) "dicent"; Junius and Tremellius, Piscator, Vatablus, Mercerus, Drusius, Cocceius, Michaelis, Schultens: so Broughton.