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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
David L. Jeffrey - 1992 - 960 pages
|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
Lawrence Boadt - 1999 - 120 pages
|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.
|Trust him though he sift out nine-tenths of thy hopes, burn up all thy experiences, |
grind thine evidences to powder, crush all thy realised sanctities, and sweep ...
Oh, royal word of a right royal soul, " Though he slay me, yet will I trust in him." II.
|Though he slay me, yet will I trust in him.. . And with these words, Satan lost his |
bet. Although Job didn't navigate his difficulty perfectly, he completely shuts
Satan down right here. “Even if I don't understand what God is doing, even
though it ...
|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 ...
|Though He slay me, yet will I trust in Him." Methinks faith and submission go |
hand in hand. Then there was a "looking again towards His holy temple," with a "
Why art thou cast down, O my soul, and why art thou disquieted within me ;. hope
|God wants men who will render service to Him for the very love of Him, even |
though they never have reward. You remember Job's great word : " Though He
slay me, yet will I trust Him." How often is that passage erroneously quoted, as
John Jeffcott Dillon - 1885
|Hold your peace, let me alone, that I may speak, and let come on me what will. |
Wherefore do I take my flesh in my teeth, and put my life in mine hand ? - Though
He slay me, yet will I trust in Him : but I will maintain mine own ways before Him.
Charles Haddon Spurgeon - 2008 - 374 pages
|It would be a great deal for some if they could say, “Though he smite me, yet will I |
trust him,” but Job said, “Though he slay me.” If he put on the garb of an
executioner, and come out against me as though he would destroy me, yet will I