|The New American Standard Bible|
| Book of Job|
|Chapter 14 - Click for Chapter Audio |
- Job 14:7-15 [ Verse 15 in Original: Hebrew / Greek ]
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- 7 "For there is hope for a tree, When it is cut down, that it will sprout again, And its shoots will not fail. F138 8 "Though its roots grow old in the ground And its stump dies in the dry soil, 9 At the scent of water it will flourish And put forth sprigs like a plant. 10 "But man R383 dies and lies prostrate. Man expires, R384 and where is he? 11 "As water R385 evaporates F139 from the sea, And a river becomes parched and dried up, 12 So man R386 lies down and does not rise. Until the heavens are no longer, He F140 will not awake nor be aroused out of his F141 sleep. 13 "Oh that You would hide me in Sheol, F142 That You would conceal me until R387 Your wrath returns to You, That You would set a limit for me and remember me! 14 "If a man dies, will he live again? All the days of my struggle I will wait Until my change comes. 15 "You will call, and I will answer You; You will long for the R388 work of Your hands.
F138 Or cease
F139 Lit disappears
F140 Lit They
F141 Lit their
F142 I.e. the nether world
R383 Job 3:13;
R384 Job 13:9
R385 Isaiah 19:5
R386 Job 3:13
R387 Isaiah 26:20
R388 Job 10:3
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