Interlinear Bible Job 34

1 Then Elihu continued and said,
r;ma{Y;w a.Whyil/a !;[;Y;w
2 "Hear my words, you wise men, And listen to me, you who know.
yil .Wnyiz]a;h ~yi[.d{y.w y'Lim ~yim'k]x .W[.miv
3 "For the ear tests words As the palate tastes food.
l{k/a,l ~;[.jIy .$ex.w !'x.biT !yiLim ]n,z{a -yiK
4 "Let us choose for ourselves what is right; Let us know among ourselves what is good.
bw{J -h;m .Wnyenyeb h'[.den .Wn'L -h'r]x.bin j'P.vim
5 "For Job has said, 'I am righteous, But God has taken away my right;
yij'P.vim ryiseh lea.w#st0410 yiT.q;d'c bw{Yia#st0347 r;m'a -yiK
6 Should I lie concerning my right? My wound is incurable, though I am without transgression.'
[;v'p#st06588 -yil.b yiCix v.Wn'a beZ;k]a yij'P.vim -l;[
7 "What man is like Job, Who drinks up derision like water,
~Iy'M;K#st04325 g;[;L#st03933 -h,T.vIy bw{Yia.K#st0347 r,b,g -yim
8 Who goes in company with the workers of iniquity, And walks with wicked men?
-yev.n;a -mi[ t,k,l'l.w !,w'a yel][{P -mi[ h'r.b,x.l#st02274 x;r'a.w ? [;v,r
9 "For he has said, 'It profits a man nothing When he is pleased with God.'
~yih{l/a -mi[ w{t{c.riB r,b'G -n'K.sIy a{l r;m'a -yiK
10 "Therefore, listen to me, you men of understanding. Far be it from God to do wickedness, And from the Almighty to do wrong.
[;v,rem#st07562 lea'l#st0410 h'lil'x#st02486 yil .W[.miv b'bel#st03824 ]yev]n;a#st0582 !ek'l ? l,w'[em#st05766 y;D;v.w
11 "For He pays a man according to his work, And makes him find it according to his way.
.WN,aic.m;y vyia x;r{a.k.W w{l -m,L;v.y ~'d'a l;[{p yiK
12 "Surely *, God will not act wickedly, And the Almighty will not pervert justice.
te.W;[.y -a{l y;D;v.w ;[yiv.r;y -a{l lea#st0410 ~'n.m'a#st0551 -p;a ? j'P.vim
13 "Who gave Him authority over the earth? And who has laid on Him the whole world?
H'LUK lebeT#st08398 ~'f yim.W h'c.r'a wy'l'[ d;q'p -yim
14 "If He should determine * to do so, If He should gather to Himself His spirit and His breath,
wy'lea w{t'm.vin.w w{x.Wr w{Bil wy'lea ~yif'y -mia ? @{s/a,y
15 All flesh would perish together, And man would return to dust.
b.Wv'y r'p'[#st06083 -l;[ ~'d'a.w#st0120 d;x'y#st03162 r'f'B#st01320 -l'K [;w.gIy
16 "But if you have understanding, hear this; Listen to the sound of my words.
lw{q.l h'nyiz]a;h ta{Z -h'[.miv h'nyiB -mia.w ? y'Lim
17 "Shall one who hates justice rule? And will you condemn the righteous mighty One,
ryiB;K#st03524 qyiD;c -mia.w vw{b]x;y j'P.vim aenw{f @;a;h ? ;[yiv.r;T
18 Who says to a king, 'Worthless one,' To nobles, 'Wicked ones ';
~yibyid.n#st05081 -l,a ['v'r#st07563 l;['Yil.B .$,l,m.l r{m]a;h
19 Who shows no partiality * to princes Nor regards the rich above the poor, For they all are the work of His hands?
;[w{v#st07771 -r;Kin a{l.w ~yir'f yen.P a'f'n -a{l r,v]a ? ~'LUK wy'd'y#st03027 hef][;m -yiK l'd#st01800 -yen.pil
20 "In a moment they die, and at midnight * People are shaken and pass away, And the mighty are taken away without a hand.
.Wr{b][;y.w ~'[ .Wv][{g.y h'l.y'l tw{c]x;w#st02676 .WtUm'y [;g,r#st07281 ? d'y.b a{l ryiB;a .Wryis'y.w
21 "For His eyes are upon the ways of a man, And He sees all his steps.
]wy'd'[.c#st06806 -l'k.w vyia#st0376 -yek.r;D -l;[ wy'nye[ -yiK ? h,a.rIy
22 "There is no darkness or deep shadow Where the workers of iniquity may hide themselves.
yel][{P ~'v r,t'Sih.l t,w'm.l;c !yea.w .$,v{x -nyea ? !,w'a
23 "For He does not need to consider a man further, That he should go before God in judgment.
lea -l,a .${l]h;l dw{[ ~yif'y vyia -l;[ a{l yiK ? j'P.viM;B
24 "He breaks in pieces mighty men without inquiry, And sets others in their place.
~yirex]a#st0312 dem][;Y;w r,qex -a{l ~yiryiB;K ;[{r'y ? ~'T.x;T
25 "Therefore He knows their works, And He overthrows them in the night, And they are crushed.
.Wa'K;DIy.w h'l.y;l .$;p'h.w ~,hyed'B.[;m ryiK;y !ek'l
26 "He strikes them like the wicked In a public place,
~yia{r ~w{q.miB#st04725 ~'q'p.s ~yi['v.r#st07563 -t;x;T
27 Because * * they turned aside from following Him, And had no regard for any of His ways;
wy'k'r.D -l'k.w wy'r]x;aem#st0310 .Wr's !eK -l;[ r,v]a ? .WlyiK.fih a{l
28 So that they caused the cry of the poor to come to Him, And that He might hear the cry of the afflicted -
~yiYin][#st06041 t;q][;c.w#st06818 l'D#st01800 -t;q][;c wy'l'[ ayib'h.l ? ['m.vIy
29 When He keeps quiet, who then can condemn? And when He hides His face, who then can behold Him, That is, in regard to both nation and man?-
yim.W ~yin'P reT.s;y.w ;[iv.r;y yim.W jiq.v;y a.Wh.w ? d;x'y#st03162 ~'d'a -l;[.w yw{G#st01471 -l;[.w .WN,r.Wv.y
30 So that godless men would not rule Nor be snares of the people.
~'[ yev.q{Mim @en'x#st02611 ~'d'a .${l.Mim
31 "For has anyone said to God, 'I have borne chastisement; I will not offend anymore;
l{B.x,a a{l yita'f'n r;m'a,h lea -l,a -yiK
32 Teach me what I do not see; If I have done iniquity, I will not do it again '?
yiT.l;['P l,w'[ -mia yiner{h h'T;a h,z/x,a yed][.liB ? @yis{a a{l
33 "Shall He recompense on your terms, because you have rejected it? For you must choose, and not I; Therefore declare what you know.
r;x.bit h'T;a -yiK#st03588 'T.s;a'm -yiK h'N,m.l;v.y '$.Mi[em;h ? reB;d 'T.[;d'y -h;m.W yin'a -a{l.w
34 "Men of understanding will say to me, And a wise man who hears me,
;[em{v ~'k'x#st02450 r,b,g.w yil .Wr.ma{y b'bel#st03824 yev.n;a ? yil
35 'Job speaks without knowledge, And his words are without wisdom.
lyeK.f;h.b a{l wy'r'b.d.W reB;d.y#st01697 t;[;d.b -a{l bw{Yia
36 'Job ought to be tried to the limit, Because he answers like wicked men.
t{bUv.T#st08666 -l;[ x;c,n -d;[ bw{Yia !ex'BIy yib'a ? !,w'a -yev.n;a.B
37 'For he adds rebellion to his sin; He claps his hands among us, And multiplies his words against God.' "
qw{P.sIy .WnyenyeB [;v,p w{ta'J;x -l;[ @yis{y yiK ? lea'l#st0410 wy'r'm]a b,r,y.w
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