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Job 16:1

Context
NET ©

Then Job replied:

NIV ©

Then Job replied:

NASB ©

Then Job answered,

NLT ©

Then Job spoke again:

MSG ©

Then Job defended himself:

BBE ©

And Job made answer and said,

NRSV ©

Then Job answered:

NKJV ©

Then Job answered and said:


KJV
Then Job
<0347>
answered
<06030> (8799)
and said
<0559> (8799)_,
NASB ©
Then Job
<0347>
answered
<06030>
,
HEBREW
rmayw
<0559>
bwya
<0347>
Neyw (16:1)
<06030>
LXXM
upolabwn
<5274
V-AAPNS
de
<1161
PRT
iwb
<2492
N-PRI
legei
<3004
V-PAI-3S
NET © [draft] ITL
Then
<06030>
Job
<0347>
replied
<0559>
:
NET ©

Then Job replied:

NET © Notes

sn In the next two chapters we have Job’s second reply to Eliphaz. Job now feels abandoned by God and by his friends, and so complains that this all intensifies his sufferings. But he still holds to his innocence as he continues his appeal to God as his witness. There are four sections to this speech: in vv. 2-5 he dismisses the consolation his friends offered; in vv. 6-17 he laments that he is abandoned by God and man; in 16:817:9 he makes his appeal to God in heaven as a witness; and finally, in 10-16 he anticipates death.



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