Job 33:7

“Behold, my terror shall not make thee afraid, neither shall my hand be heavy upon thee.”

King James Version (KJV)

Other Translations for Job 33:7

Behold, my terrour shall not make thee afraid, neither shall my hand be heauie vpon thee.
- King James Version (1611) - View 1611 Bible Scan

"Behold, no fear of me should terrify you, Nor should my pressure weigh heavily on you.
- New American Standard Version (1995)

Behold, my terror shall not make thee afraid, Neither shall my pressure be heavy upon thee.
- American Standard Version (1901)

Fear of me will not overcome you, and my hand will not be hard on you.
- Basic English Bible

Behold, my terror shall not make thee afraid, nor my burden be heavy upon thee.
- Darby Bible

Behold, my terror shall not make thee afraid, neither shall my hand be heavy upon thee.
- Webster's Bible

Behold, my terror shall not make you afraid, neither shall my pressure be heavy on you.
- World English Bible

Lo, my terror doth not frighten thee, And my burden on thee is not heavy.
- Youngs Literal Bible

Behold, my terror shall not make thee afraid, neither shall my pressure be heavy upon thee.
- Jewish Publication Society Bible

Bible Commentary for Job 33:7

Wesley's Notes for Job 33:7


33:6 Behold - I will plead with thee in God's name and stead, which thou hast often wished, and I am God's creature like thyself.

33:9 Clean - Not absolutely, for he often confesses himself to be a sinner, but no such transgression, as might give God just occasion to punish him so severely, as is implied, where he blames God for finding occasions against him, implying that he had given him none by his sins. And thus far Elihu's charge was just, and herein it differs from the charge of Job's three friends, who often accuse him, for asserting his own innocency; although they did it, because they thought him an hypocrite, whereas Elihu does it upon other grounds, even because Job's justification of himself was accompanied with reflections upon God.


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