Job Speaks of the Finality of Death1 a “Man, who is born of woman,
▼ Lit short of daysshort-lived and c full of turmoil.
2 d “Like a flower he comes forth and withers.
He also flees like e a shadow and does not remain.
3“You also f open Your eyes on him
And g bring ▼
▼ So with some ancient versions; M.T. mehim into judgment with Yourself.
4 i “Who can make the clean out of the unclean?
5“Since his days are determined,
The j number of his months is with You;
And his limits You have ▼
▼ Lit madeset so that he cannot pass.
6 l “Turn Your gaze from him that he may ▼
▼ Lit ceaserest,
Until he ▼
▼ Lit makes acceptablefulfills his day like a hired man.
7“For there is hope for a tree,
When it is cut down, that it will sprout again,
And its shoots will not ▼
▼ Or ceasefail.
8“Though its roots grow old in the ground
And its stump dies in the dry soil,
9At the scent of water it will flourish
And put forth sprigs like a plant.
10“But p man dies and lies prostrate.
Man q expires, and where is he?
11“As r water ▼
▼ Lit disappearsevaporates from the sea,
And a river becomes parched and dried up,
12So t man lies down and does not rise.
Until the heavens are no longer,
▼ Lit TheyHe will not awake nor be aroused out of ▼
▼ Lit theirhis sleep.
13“Oh that You would hide me in ▼
▼ I.e. the nether worldSheol,
That You would conceal me x until 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 y the work of Your hands.
16“For now You z number my steps,
You do not aa observe my sin.
17“My transgression is ab sealed up in a bag,
And You ▼
▼ Lit plaster; or glue togetherwrap up my iniquity.
18“But the falling mountain ▼
▼ Lit witherscrumbles away,
And the rock moves from its place;
19Water wears away stones,
Its torrents wash away the dust of the earth;
So You ae destroy man’s hope.
20“You forever overpower him and he af departs;
You change his appearance and send him away.
21“His sons achieve honor, but ag he does not know it;
Or they become insignificant, but he does not perceive it.
22“But his ▼
▼ Lit fleshbody pains him,
And he mourns only for himself.”
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