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Job 36:33

Context
NET ©

1 His thunder announces the coming storm, the cattle also, concerning the storm’s approach.

NIV ©

His thunder announces the coming storm; even the cattle make known its approach.

NASB ©

"Its noise declares His presence; The cattle also, concerning what is coming up.

NLT ©

The thunder announces his presence; the storm announces his indignant anger.

MSG ©

The High God roars in the thunder, angry against evil.

BBE ©

The thunder makes clear his passion, and the storm gives news of his wrath.

NRSV ©

Its crashing tells about him; he is jealous with anger against iniquity.

NKJV ©

His thunder declares it, The cattle also, concerning the rising storm .


KJV
The noise
<07452>
thereof sheweth
<05046> (8686)
concerning it, the cattle
<04735>
also concerning the vapour
<05927> (8802)_.
{the vapour: Heb. that which goeth up}
NASB ©
"Its noise
<07452>
declares
<05046>
His presence
<05921>
; The cattle
<04735>
also
<0637>
, concerning
<05921>
what is coming
<05927>
up.
HEBREW
hlwe
<05927>
le
<05921>
Pa
<0637>
hnqm
<04735>
wer
<07452>
wyle
<05921>
dygy (36:33)
<05046>
LXXM
anaggelei
<312
V-FAI-3S
peri
<4012
PREP
autou
<846
D-GSM
filon
<5384
A-ASM
autou
<846
D-GSM
kthsiv {N-NSF} kai
<2532
CONJ
peri
<4012
PREP
adikiav
<93
N-GSF
NET © [draft] ITL
His thunder
<07452>
announces
<05046>
the coming storm, the cattle
<04735>
also, concerning
<05921>
the storm’s approach.
NET ©

1 His thunder announces the coming storm, the cattle also, concerning the storm’s approach.

NET © Notes

tn Peake knew of over thirty interpretations for this verse. The MT literally says, “He declares his purpose [or his shout] concerning it; cattle also concerning what rises.” Dhorme has it: “The flock which sniffs the coming storm has warned the shepherd.” Kissane: “The thunder declares concerning him, as he excites wrath against iniquity.” Gordis translates it: “His thunderclap proclaims his presence, and the storm his mighty wrath.” Many more could be added to the list.



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