Job Chapter 19  PDF  MSWord

Go to Chapter:
|01 |02 |03 |04 |05 |06 |07 |08 |09 |10 |11 |12 |13 |14 |15 |16 |17 |18 |19 |20 |21 |22 |23 |24 |25 |26 |27 |28 |29 |30 |31 |32 |33 |34 |35 |36 |37 |38 |39 |40 |41 |42 |

Go to verse:
|01 |02 |03 |04 |05 |06 |07 |08 |09 |10 |11 |12 |13 |14 |15 |16 |17 |18 |19 |20 |21 |22 |23 |24 |25 |26 |27 |28 |29 |

Go to Bible: Job 19
 
Job 19:1(top)
Job 19:2(top)
Job 19:3(top)
Job 19:4(top)
Job 19:5(top)
Job 19:6(top)
Job 19:7(top)
Job 19:8(top)
Job 19:9(top)
Job 19:10(top)
Job 19:11(top)
Job 19:12(top)
Job 19:13(top)
Job 19:14(top)
Job 19:15(top)
Job 19:16(top)
Job 19:17(top)
Job 19:18(top)
Job 19:19(top)
Job 19:20(top)
Job 19:21(top)
Job 19:22(top)
Job 19:23(top)
Job 19:24(top)
Job 19:25

“Redeemer.” The Hebrew text often refers to a kinsman-redeemer (see commentary on Ruth 2:20, “kinsman-redeemer”), but it can also refer to Yahweh the redeemer (Ps. 19:15; 78:35).

"In the end, he will rise up over the earth.” The word “stand” is not the typical word for “stand;” and it has more the meaning of “rise.” The verse could be a resurrection verse with the sense of “In the end he will rise up over the dust.” It could also be understood to be meaning as “conquer over the dust.”

  (top)
Job 19:26

“in my flesh I will see God.” Job knew that he would be resurrected from the dead and granted everlasting life, which was promised to Old Testament people who lived righteous lives. The Old Testament has a number of verses about God raising the dead in the future (cp. Deut. 32:39; Job. 19:25-27; Ps. 71:20; Isa. 26:19; 66:14; Ezek. 37:12-14; Dan. 12:2, 13; and Hos. 13:14). Job has said in a number of places that he, and everyone else, will die and be dead (cp. Job 3:11-13; 7:7-10; 14:12; 19:25-26; 30:23).

  (top)
Job 19:27(top)
Job 19:28(top)
Job 19:29(top)
  

prev   top   next

 
;