Job 6:12

NET ©

Is my strength like that of stones? or is my flesh made of bronze?

NIV ©

Do I have the strength of stone? Is my flesh bronze?

NASB ©

"Is my strength the strength of stones, Or is my flesh bronze?

NLT ©

Do I have strength as hard as stone? Is my body made of bronze?

MSG ©

Do you think I have nerves of steel? Do you think I'm made of iron?

BBE ©

Is my strength the strength of stones, or is my flesh brass?

NRSV ©

Is my strength the strength of stones, or is my flesh bronze?

NKJV ©

Is my strength the strength of stones? Or is my flesh bronze?

KJV
[Is] my strength
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the strength
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of stones
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or [is] my flesh
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of brass
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{of brass: Heb. brasen?}
HEBREW
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yrvb
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Ma
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yxk
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Mynba
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Ma (6:12)
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LXXM
mh
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ADV
iscuv
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N-NSF
liywn
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N-GPM
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T-NSF
iscuv
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N-NSF
mou
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P-GS
h
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CONJ
ai
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T-NPF
sarkev
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N-NPF
mou
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P-GS
eisin
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V-PAI-3P
calkeiai
 
A-NPF
NET © [draft] ITL
Is my
<0518>
strength
<03581>
like that of stones
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? or
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is my flesh
<01320>
made of bronze
<05153>
?
NET © Notes

sn The questions imply negative answers. Job is saying that it would take great strength to hold up under these afflictions, but he is only flesh and bone. The sufferings have almost completely overwhelmed him. To endure all of this to the end he would need a strength he does not have.