Internet Verse Search Commentaries Word Analysis ITL - draft

Job 10:7

Context
NETBible

although you know 1  that I am not guilty, and that there is no one who can deliver 2  out of your hand?

XREF

De 32:39; Job 23:10; Job 23:13,14; Job 31:6,14,35; Job 42:7; Ps 1:6; Ps 7:3,8,9; Ps 17:3; Ps 26:1-5; Ps 50:22; Ps 139:1,2,21-24; Da 3:15; Ho 2:10; Joh 10:28-30; Joh 21:17; 2Co 1:12; 1Th 2:10

NET © Notes

tn Heb עַל־דַּעְתְּךָ (’al datÿkha, “upon your knowledge”). The use of the preposition means basically “in addition to your knowledge,” or “in spite of your knowledge,” i.e., “notwithstanding” or “although” (see GKC 383 §119.aa, n. 2).

tn Heb “and there is no deliverer.”

sn The fact is that humans are the work of God’s hands. They are helpless in the hand of God. But it is also unworthy of God to afflict his people.



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