Parallel Verses

Amplified


“For when a few years are past,
I shall go the way of no return.

New American Standard Bible

“For when a few years are past,
I shall go the way of no return.

King James Version

When a few years are come, then I shall go the way whence I shall not return.

Holman Bible

For only a few years will pass
before I go the way of no return.


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International Standard Version

For when only a few years have elapsed, I'll start down a path from which I'll never return."

A Conservative Version

For when a few years are come, I shall go the way where I shall not return.

American Standard Version

For when a few years are come, I shall go the way whence I shall not return.

Bible in Basic English

For in a short time I will take the journey from which I will not come back.

Darby Translation

For years few in number shall pass, and I shall go the way whence I shall not return.

Julia Smith Translation

When years of number shall come, and the way I shall go I shall not turn back

King James 2000

When a few years have come, then I shall go the way where I shall not return.

Lexham Expanded Bible

Indeed, [after] {a few years} have come, then I will go [the] way [from which] I will not return.

Modern King James verseion

For the years that are few will come, and I shall go the way from where I shall not return.

Modern Spelling Tyndale-Coverdale

yet the number of my years are come - and I must go the way from whence I shall not turn again.

NET Bible

For the years that lie ahead are few, and then I will go on the way of no return.

New Heart English Bible

For when a few years are come, I shall go the way from whence I shall not return.

The Emphasized Bible

When, a few years, come, then, by a path by which I shall not return, shall I depart.

Webster

When a few years are come, then I shall go the way whence I shall not return.

World English Bible

For when a few years are come, I shall go the way of no return.

Youngs Literal Translation

When a few years do come, Then a path I return not do I go.

Interlinear

English(KJV)
Strong's
Root Form
Definition
Usage
When a few
מספּר 
Micpar 
Usage: 132

שׁנה שׁנה 
Shaneh (in pl. only), 
year, not translated, yearly, yearly + , year , live , old ,
Usage: 811

אתא אתה 
'athah 
Usage: 21

then I shall go
הלך 
Halak 
go, walk, come, ...away, ...along,
Usage: 1545

the way
ארח 
'orach 
Usage: 59

Context Readings

Everything Was Going Well

21
“Oh, that a man would mediate and plead with God [for me]
Just as a man [mediates and pleads] with his neighbor and friend.
22 
“For when a few years are past,
I shall go the way of no return.



Cross References

Job 14:10


“But [the brave, strong] man must die and lie face down;
Man breathes his last, and where is he?

Job 7:9-10


“As a cloud vanishes and is gone,
So he who goes down to Sheol (the nether world, the place of the dead) does not come up.

Job 14:5


“Since his days are determined,
The number of his months is with You [in Your control],
And You have made his limits so he cannot pass [his allotted time].

Job 14:14


“If a man dies, will he live again?
I will wait all the days of my struggle
Until my change and release will come.

Ecclesiastes 12:5

Furthermore, they are afraid of a high place and of dangers on the road; the almond tree (hair) blossoms [white], and the grasshopper (a little thing) is a burden, and the caperberry (desire, appetite) fails. For man goes to his eternal home and the mourners go about the streets and market places.

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