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It is drawn, and cometh out of the body; yea, the glittering sword cometh out of his gall: terrors are upon him.
- King James Bible "Authorized Version", Cambridge Edition
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Other Translations of Job 20:25
It is drawen, and commeth out of the body; yea the glistering sword commeth out of his gall; terrours are vpon him.- King James Version (1611)
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"It is drawn forth and comes out of his back, Even the glittering point from his gall. Terrors come upon him,- New American Standard Version (1995)
He draweth it forth, and it cometh out of his body; Yea, the glittering point cometh out of his gall: Terrors are upon him.- American Standard Version (1901)
He is pulling it out, and it comes out of his back; and its shining point comes out of his side; he is overcome by fears.- Basic English Bible
He draweth it forth; it cometh out of his body, and the glittering point out of his gall: terrors are upon him.- Darby Bible
It is drawn, and cometh out of the body; yes, the glittering sword cometh out of his gall: terrors are upon him. - Webster's Bible
He draws it forth, and it comes out of his body. Yes, the glittering point comes out of his liver. Terrors are on him.- World English Bible
One hath drawn, And it cometh out from the body, And a glittering weapon from his gall proceedeth. On him [are] terrors.- Youngs Literal Bible
He draweth it forth, and it cometh out of his body; yea, the glittering point cometh out of his gall; terrors are upon him.- Jewish Publication Society Bible
View Wesley's Notes for Job 20:25
20:25 It - The arrow, which had entered into his body, and now was drawn out of it either by himself or some other person; having in general said, that it came out of his body, he determines also the part of the body, the gall; which shews that the wound was both deep and deadly. Terrors - The terrors of death; because he perceived his wound was incurable.
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