Nothing is left for him to devour; his prosperity will not endure.
"Nothing remains for him to devour, Therefore his prosperity does not endure.
Nothing is left after he finishes gorging himself; therefore, his prosperity will not endure.
They plunder everything but they can't hold on to any of it.
He had never enough for his desire; for this cause his well-being will quickly come to an end.
There was nothing left after they had eaten; therefore their prosperity will not endure.
Nothing is left for him to eat; Therefore his well–being will not last.
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1 tn Heb “for his eating,” which is frequently rendered “for his gluttony.” It refers, of course, to all the desires he has to take things from other people.
2 sn The point throughout is that insatiable greed and ruthless plundering to satisfy it will be recompensed with utter and complete loss.