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Job 21:1

Context
NET ©

Then Job answered:

NIV ©

Then Job replied:

NASB ©

Then Job answered,

NLT ©

Then Job spoke again:

MSG ©

Job replied:

BBE ©

Then Job made answer and said,

NRSV ©

Then Job answered:

NKJV ©

Then Job answered and said:


KJV
But Job
<0347>
answered
<06030> (8799)
and said
<0559> (8799)_,
NASB ©
Then Job
<0347>
answered
<06030>
,
HEBREW
rmayw
<0559>
bwya
<0347>
Neyw (21:1)
<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>
answered
<0559>
:
NET ©

Then Job answered:

NET © Notes

sn In this chapter Job actually answers the ideas of all three of his friends. Here Job finds the flaw in their argument – he can point to wicked people who prosper. But whereas in the last speech, when he looked on his suffering from the perspective of his innocence, he found great faith and hope, in this chapter when he surveys the divine government of the world, he sinks to despair. The speech can be divided into five parts: he appeals for a hearing (2-6), he points out the prosperity of the wicked (7-16), he wonders exactly when the godless suffer (17-22), he shows how death levels everything (23-26), and he reveals how experience contradicts his friends’ argument (27-34).



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