Job 40:14

“Then will I also confess unto thee that thine own right hand can save thee.”

King James Version (KJV)

Other Translations for Job 40:14

Then will I also confesse vnto thee, that thine owne right hand can saue thee.
- King James Version (1611) - View 1611 Bible Scan

"Then I will also confess to you, That your own right hand can save you.
- New American Standard Version (1995)

Then will I also confess of thee That thine own right hand can save thee.
- American Standard Version (1901)

Then I will give praise to you, saying that your right hand is able to give you salvation.
- Basic English Bible

Then will I also praise thee, because thy right hand saveth thee.
- Darby Bible

Then will I also confess to thee that thy own right hand can save thee.
- Webster's Bible

Then I will also admit to you that your own right hand can save you.
- World English Bible

And even I -- I do praise thee, For thy right hand giveth salvation to thee.
- Youngs Literal Bible

Then will I also confess unto thee that thine own right hand can save thee.
- Jewish Publication Society Bible

Bible Commentary for Job 40:14

Wesley's Notes for Job 40:14


40:13 Hide - Kill every one of them at one blow. Bind - Condemn or destroy them. He alludes to the manner of covering the faces of condemned persons, and of dead men. In secret - In a secret place, bury them in their graves.

40:15 Behemoth - Very learned men take the leviathan to be the crocodile, and the behemoth to be the river - horse, which may fitly be joined with the crocodile, both being well known to Joband his friends, as being frequent in the adjacent parts, both amphibious, living and preying both in the water and upon the land. And both creatures of great bulk and strength. Made - As I made thee. Grass - The river - horse comes out of the river upon the land to feed upon corn, and hay, or grass, as an ox doth, to whom also he is not unlike in the form of his head and feet, and in the bigness of his body, whence the Italians call him, the sea - ox.

40:16 Strength - He hath strength answerable to his bulk, but this strength by God's wise and merciful providence is not an offensive strength, consisting in, or put forth by horns or claws, as it is in ravenous creatures, but only defensive and seated in his loins, as it is in other creatures.


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