Instead, you must be sure to open your hand to him and generously lend 1 him whatever he needs. 2
Rather be open-handed and freely lend him whatever he needs.
but you shall freely open your hand to him, and shall generously lend him sufficient for his need in whatever he lacks.
Instead, be generous and lend them whatever they need.
No. Look at him, open your purse, lend whatever and as much as he needs.
But let your hand be open to give him the use of whatever he is in need of.
You should rather open your hand, willingly lending enough to meet the need, whatever it may be.
"but you shall open your hand wide to him and willingly lend him sufficient for his need, whatever he needs.
But thou shalt open
unto him, and shalt surely
for his need
[in that] which he wanteth
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, you must be
sure to open
to him and generously
lend him whatever
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1 tn The Hebrew text uses the infinitive absolute before both verbs. The translation indicates the emphasis with the words “be sure to” and “generously,” respectively.
2 tn Heb “whatever his need that he needs for himself.” This redundant expression has been simplified in the translation for stylistic reasons.