Job 6:2 LEB

2 "If only my vexation could be well weighed, and my calamity could be lifted up together [with it] in [the] balances,

Study tools for Job 6:2

  • a 6:1 - Hebrew "And"
  • b 6:6 - Hebrew "from without"
  • c 6:7 - Literally "My soul/throat refuses"
  • d 6:7 - Literally "the illness of my bread/food"
  • e 6:8 - Literally "Who would give"
  • f 6:9 - Hebrew "and"
  • g 6:9 - Hebrew "and"
  • h 6:9 - Literally "he would cut me off"
  • i 6:10 - Hebrew "And"
  • j 6:10 - Literally "he/it does not have compassion," or "he/it does not have pity," or "he/it does not spare"
  • k 6:11 - Literally "I should make my self long," or "I should lengthen my self"
  • l 6:13 - An interrogative marker plus "if"
  • m 6:14 - Or "Kindness"
  • n 6:14 - Hebrew "and"
  • o 6:15 - A seasonal stream that is often dry
  • p 6:20 - Literally "up to it"
  • q 6:21 - Plural throughout the rest of this chapter
  • r 6:21 - Literally "to it," or "for it"
  • s 6:22 - Hebrew "and"
  • t 6:23 - Hebrew "and"
  • u 6:23 - Hebrew "And"
  • v 6:24 - Emphatic personal pronoun
  • w 6:25 - Literally "words of uprightness"
  • x 6:25 - Hebrew "And"
  • y 6:25 - Literally "reproving from you"
  • z 6:26 - Or "Do you intend to reprove [with] words"
  • { 6:28 - Literally "And now," or "And so then"
  • | 6:28 - Hebrew "faces"
  • } 6:29 - Hebrew "and"
  • ~ 6:29 - Literally "still my righteousness [is] in it"
  •  6:30 - Or "calamities"