Parallel Verses

Youngs Literal Translation

What -- doth thine heart take thee away? And what -- are thine eyes high?

New American Standard Bible

“Why does your heart carry you away?
And why do your eyes flash,

King James Version

Why doth thine heart carry thee away? and what do thy eyes wink at,

Holman Bible

Why has your heart misled you,
and why do your eyes flash

International Standard Version

Why have your emotions carried you away? And why do your eyes flash

A Conservative Version

Why does thy heart carry thee away? And why do thine eyes flash,

American Standard Version

Why doth thy heart carry thee away? And why do thine eyes flash,

Amplified


“Why does your heart carry you away [allowing you to be controlled by emotion]?
And why do your eyes flash [in anger or contempt],

Bible in Basic English

Why is your heart uncontrolled, and why are your eyes lifted up;

Darby Translation

Why doth thy heart carry thee away? and why do thine eyes wink?

Julia Smith Translation

Why shall thy heart take thee? and why shall thine eyes wink?

King James 2000

Why does your heart carry you away? and what do your eyes wink at,

Lexham Expanded Bible

Why does your heart carry you away? And why do your eyes flash,

Modern King James verseion

Why does your heart carry you away? And what do your eyes wink at,

Modern Spelling Tyndale-Coverdale

Why doth thine heart make thee so proud? Why standest thou so greatly in thine own conceit? Where unto look thine eyes,

NET Bible

Why has your heart carried you away, and why do your eyes flash,

New Heart English Bible

Why does your heart carry you away? Why do your eyes flash,

The Emphasized Bible

How doth thine own heart carry thee away, and how thine eyes do roll!

Webster

Why doth thy heart carry thee away? and what do thy eyes wink at,

World English Bible

Why does your heart carry you away? Why do your eyes flash,

Interlinear

English(KJV)
Strong's
Root Form
Definition
Usage
לקח 
Laqach 
Usage: 966

and what do thy eyes
עין 
`ayin 
Usage: 372

References

Easton

Smith

Context Readings

Eliphaz's Second Response To Job

11 Too few for thee are the comforts of God? And a gentle word is with thee, 12 What -- doth thine heart take thee away? And what -- are thine eyes high? 13 For thou turnest against God thy spirit? And hast brought out words from thy mouth:



Cross References

Job 11:13

If thou -- thou hast prepared thy heart, And hast spread out unto Him thy hands,

Job 17:2

If not -- mockeries are with me. And in their provocations mine eye lodgeth.

Psalm 35:19

Mine enemies rejoice not over me with falsehood, Those hating me without cause wink the eye.

Proverbs 6:13

Winking with his eyes, speaking with his feet, Directing with his fingers,

Ecclesiastes 11:9

Rejoice, O young man, in thy childhood, And let thy heart gladden thee in days of thy youth, And walk in the ways of thy heart, And in the sight of thine eyes, And know thou that for all these, Doth God bring thee into judgment.

Mark 7:21-22

for from within, out of the heart of men, the evil reasonings do come forth, adulteries, whoredoms, murders,

Acts 5:3-4

And Peter said, 'Ananias, wherefore did the Adversary fill thy heart, for thee to lie to the Holy Spirit, and to keep back of the price of the place?

Acts 8:22

reform, therefore, from this thy wickedness, and beseech God, if then the purpose of thy heart may be forgiven thee,

James 1:14-15

and each one is tempted, by his own desires being led away and enticed,

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