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|Modern commentators find a tension in the two hemistiches of v. 15, traditionally |
rendered Though he slay me, yer will I trust in him: but I will maintain mine own
ways before him" (King James Version). Thus Tur-Sinai gives the combative "If he
|THOUGH HE SLAY ME TOBIT AND TOBIAS to shoot at; yet I will trust in thee |
though thou kill me" which for him illustrates the fact that "A man's faith may be
somewhat strong when his feeling is nothing at all" ("The Poor Doubting Christian
|Yet 'though he end a weary life, with a painefull death, as there is no other hope, |
but in him, so there needs no other, for that alone is both abundant, and infallible
in its selfe. ... He concludes, Though he slay me, yet will I not trust in him.
|Make me know my transgression and my sin. 13 Hold your peace with me, and |
let me speak, Then let come on me what may! 14 Why do I take my flesh in my
teeth, And put my life in my hands? 15 Though He slay me, yet will I trust Him.
|I'm sorry he's naughty, and will not play ; But I II love him still, for I think the way To |
make him gentle and kind to me Will be ... of sorrow overwhelm my soul; Yet will I
bow to Heaven's almighty will And though be slay me, trust his goodness still.
|it was with Jesus : " Now that He ascended, what is it but that he also descended |
first into the lowest parts of the earth. ... Then should we be asked, " What will ye
do in the swellings of Jordan ? ... Though He slay me, yet will I trust in Him.
|believe to-night that he will cheerfully receive you to his bosom because of his |
dear Son ; if you believe that he can make you an heir of heaven by faith in Christ
you ... Glorious old Job bravely said, " Though he slay me yet will I trust in him.
|It was a glorious speech of Job when he said, " Though he slay me, yet will I trust |
in him." Was it not as much as to say, " I do not trust in him because he gave me
the camels, and gave me the gold and silver, and the sheep and oxen. I do not ...
|One could have audibly heard her say the same words that had been spoken so |
long ago by Job: THOUGH HE SLAY ME, yet will I trust him. As Bernie spoke
these words, she experienced total VICTORY. And, it is Bernie's burning heart's ...
|The world will not ask who you are. 3. The sentence Though he slay me yet will I |
trust him is complex declarative. Yet mill I trust him is the independent clause;
though he slay me being a dependent clause of conditon. In the independent ...