Job 11 NAS

Zophar Rebukes Job

1 Then Zophar the Naamathite aanswered,

References for Job 11:1

    • Ä 11:1 - Lit "answered and said"
      2 "Shall a multitude of words go unanswered, And a 1talkative man be acquitted?

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      3 "Shall your boasts silence men? And shall you 2scoff and none rebuke?

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      4 "For 3you have said, 'My teaching is pure, And 4I am innocent in your eyes.'

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      5 "But would * that God might speak, And open His lips against you,
      6 And show you the secrets of wisdom! For sound wisdom b5has two sides. Know then that God cforgets a part of 6your iniquity.

      References for Job 11:6

        • Å 11:6 - Lit "is double"
        • Æ 11:6 - Lit "causes to be forgotten for you"
          7 "7Can you discover the depths of God? Can you discover the limits of the Almighty?

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          8 "They are 8high as dthe heavens, what can you do? Deeper than e9Sheol, what can you know?

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            • Ç 11:8 - Lit "the heights of heaven"
            • È 11:8 - I.e. the nether world
              9 "Its measure is longer than the earth And broader than the sea.
              10 "If He passes by or shuts up, Or calls an assembly, 10who can restrain Him?

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              11 "For 11He knows false men, And He 12sees iniquity fwithout investigating.

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                • É 11:11 - Or "even He does not consider"
                  12 "g13An idiot * will become intelligent When the hfoal of a 14wild donkey is born a man.

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                    • Ê 11:12 - Lit "A hollow man"
                    • Ë 11:12 - Lit "donkey"
                      13 "15If you would 16direct your heart right And 17spread out your hand to Him,

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                      14 If iniquity is in your hand, 18put it far away, And do not let wickedness dwell in your tents;

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                      15 "Then, indeed, you could 19lift up your face without moral defect, And you would be steadfast and 20not fear.

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                      16 "For you would 21forget your trouble, As 22waters that have passed by, you would remember it.

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                      17 "Your ilife would be j23brighter than noonday; Darkness would be like the morning.

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                        • Ì 11:17 - Lit "duration of life"
                        • Í 11:17 - Lit "above noonday"
                          18 "Then you would trust, because there is hope; And you would look around and rest securely.
                          19 "You would 24lie down and none would disturb you, And many would 25entreat your kfavor.

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                          20 "But the 26eyes of the wicked will fail, And lthere will 27be no escape for them; And their 28hope is m29to breathe their last."

                          References for Job 11:20

                            • Ï 11:20 - Lit "escape has perished from them"
                            • Ð 11:20 - Lit "the expiring of the soul"