Internet Verse Search Commentaries Word Analysis ITL - draft

Job 5:19

Context
NET ©

He will deliver you 1  from six calamities; yes, in seven 2  no evil will touch you.

NIV ©

From six calamities he will rescue you; in seven no harm will befall you.

NASB ©

"From six troubles He will deliver you, Even in seven evil will not touch you.

NLT ©

He will rescue you again and again so that no evil can touch you.

MSG ©

From one disaster after another he delivers you; no matter what the calamity, the evil can't touch you--

BBE ©

He will keep you safe from six troubles, and in seven no evil will come near you.

NRSV ©

He will deliver you from six troubles; in seven no harm shall touch you.

NKJV ©

He shall deliver you in six troubles, Yes, in seven no evil shall touch you.


KJV
He shall deliver
<05337> (8686)
thee in six
<08337>
troubles
<06869>_:
yea, in seven
<07651>
there shall no evil
<07451>
touch
<05060> (8799)
thee.
NASB ©
"From six
<08337>
troubles
<06869>
He will deliver
<05337>
you, Even in seven
<07651>
evil
<07451>
will not touch
<05060>
you.
HEBREW
er
<07451>
Kb
<0>
egy
<05060>
al
<03808>
ebsbw
<07651>
Klyuy
<05337>
twru
<06869>
ssb (5:19)
<08337>
LXXM
exakiv {ADV} ex
<1537
PREP
anagkwn {N-GPF} se
<4771
P-AS
exeleitai
<1807
V-FMI-3S
en
<1722
PREP
de
<1161
PRT
tw
<3588
T-DSM
ebdomw
<1442
A-DSM
ou
<3364
ADV
mh
<3165
ADV
aqhtai
<680
V-AMS-3S
sou
<4771
P-GS
kakon
<2556
A-NSN
NET © [draft] ITL
He will deliver
<05337>
you from
<05337>
six
<08337>
calamities
<06869>
; yes, in seven
<07651>
no
<03808>
evil
<07451>
will touch
<05060>
you.
NET ©

He will deliver you 1  from six calamities; yes, in seven 2  no evil will touch you.

NET © Notes

tn The verb is the Hiphil imperfect of נָצַל (natsal, “deliver”). These verbs might have been treated as habitual imperfects if it were not for the use of the numerical images – “six calamities…in seven.” So the nuance is specific future instead.

tn The use of a numerical ladder as we have here – “six // seven” is frequent in wisdom literature to show completeness. See Prov 6:16; Amos 1:3, Mic 5:5. A number that seems to be sufficient for the point is increased by one, as if to say there is always one more. By using this Eliphaz simply means “in all troubles” (see H. H. Rowley, Job [NCBC], 56).



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