Job 14 NRS

1 "A mortal, born of woman, few of days and full of trouble,
2 comes up like a flower and withers, flees like a shadow and does not last.
3 Do you fix your eyes on such a one? Do you bring me into judgment with you?
4 Who can bring a clean thing out of an unclean? No one can.
5 Since their days are determined, and the number of their months is known to you, and you have appointed the bounds that they cannot pass,
6 look away from them, and desist, a that they may enjoy, like laborers, their days.

References for Job 14:6

    • ¥ 14:6 - Cn: Heb [that they may desist]
      7 "For there is hope for a tree, if it is cut down, that it will sprout again, and that its shoots will not cease.
      8 Though its root grows old in the earth, and its stump dies in the ground,
      9 yet at the scent of water it will bud and put forth branches like a young plant.
      10 But mortals die, and are laid low; humans expire, and where are they?
      11 As waters fail from a lake, and a river wastes away and dries up,
      12 so mortals lie down and do not rise again; until the heavens are no more, they will not awake or be roused out of their sleep.
      13 O that you would hide me in Sheol, that you would conceal me until your wrath is past, that you would appoint me a set time, and remember me!
      14 If mortals die, will they live again? All the days of my service I would wait until my release should come.
      15 You would call, and I would answer you; you would long for the work of your hands.
      16 For then you would not b number my steps, you would not keep watch over my sin;

      References for Job 14:16

        • ¦ 14:16 - Syr: Heb lacks [not]
          17 my transgression would be sealed up in a bag, and you would cover over my iniquity.
          18 "But the mountain falls and crumbles away, and the rock is removed from its place;
          19 the waters wear away the stones; the torrents wash away the soil of the earth; so you destroy the hope of mortals.
          20 You prevail forever against them, and they pass away; you change their countenance, and send them away.
          21 Their children come to honor, and they do not know it; they are brought low, and it goes unnoticed.
          22 They feel only the pain of their own bodies, and mourn only for themselves."