Parallel Verses

The Emphasized Bible

They smote me - I felt no pain, They struck me down - I noticed it not, - When shall I wake up? I will go on, I will seek it, again!

New American Standard Bible

“They struck me, but I did not become ill;
They beat me, but I did not know it.
When shall I awake?
I will seek another drink.”

King James Version

They have stricken me, shalt thou say, and I was not sick; they have beaten me, and I felt it not: when shall I awake? I will seek it yet again.

Holman Bible

“They struck me, but I feel no pain!
They beat me, but I didn’t know it!
When will I wake up?
I’ll look for another drink.”


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International Standard Version

"They struck me," you will say, "but I never felt it. They beat me, but I never knew it When will I wake up? I want another drink."

American Standard Version

They have stricken me,'shalt thou say , and I was not hurt; They have beaten me, and I felt it not: When shall I awake? I will seek it yet again.

Amplified


“They struck me, but I was not hurt!
They beat me, but I did not feel it!
When will I wake up?
I will seek more wine.”

Bible in Basic English

They have overcome me, you will say, and I have no pain; they gave me blows without my feeling them: when will I be awake from my wine? I will go after it again.

Darby Translation

'They have smitten me, and I am not sore; they have beaten me, and I knew it not. When shall I awake? I will seek it yet again.''

Julia Smith Translation

They struck me, I was not pained; they beat me, I knew not: when shall I awake? I will add, I will yet seek it.

King James 2000

They have stricken me, you shall say, and I was not sick; they have beaten me, and I felt it not: when shall I awake? I will seek it yet again.

Lexham Expanded Bible

"They struck me; I was not hurt. They beat me; I did not know [it]. When I will awake, I will continue; I will seek it again."

Modern King James verseion

saying, They struck me; I was not sick; they beat me, but I did not know it. When I awaken, I will add more. I will seek it again.

Modern Spelling Tyndale-Coverdale

"They wounded me," shalt thou say, "but it hath not hurt me. They smote me, but I felt it not. When I am well awakened, I will go to the drink again."

NET Bible

You will say, "They have struck me, but I am not harmed! They beat me, but I did not know it! When will I awake? I will look for another drink."

New Heart English Bible

"They hit me, and I was not hurt. They beat me, and I do not feel it. When will I wake up? I can do it again. I can find another."

Webster

They have stricken me, wilt thou say, and I was not sick; they have beaten me, and I felt it not: when shall I awake? I will seek it yet again.

World English Bible

"They hit me, and I was not hurt! They beat me, and I don't feel it! When will I wake up? I can do it again. I can find another."

Youngs Literal Translation

They smote me, I have not been sick, They beat me, I have not known. When I awake -- I seek it yet again!'

Interlinear

English(KJV)
Strong's
Root Form
Definition
Usage
הלם 
Halam 
Usage: 9

it not when shall I awake
קוּץ 
Quwts 
Usage: 22

I will seek
בּקשׁ 
Baqash 
Usage: 225

it yet
יסף 
Yacaph 
Usage: 208

References

American

Fausets

Context Readings

Learning From Your Father

34 So shalt thou become, as one lying down in the heart of the sea, - or as one lying down on the top of the mastgear: 35 They smote me - I felt no pain, They struck me down - I noticed it not, - When shall I wake up? I will go on, I will seek it, again!



Cross References

Isaiah 56:12

Come ye! I will fetch wine Let us fill ourselves with strong drink, - And like this day, shall, to-morrow be - Great beyond measure!

Jeremiah 5:3

O Yahweh! thine own eyes, are they not directed to fidelity? Thou hast smitten them Yet have they not grieved, Thou hast consumed them - They have refused to receive correction, - They have made their faces bolder than a cliff, They have refused to return.

Proverbs 26:11

As, a dog, returneth onto his own vomit, a dullard, repeateth his folly.

Proverbs 27:22

Though thou pound a fool in a mortar, amidst grain, with a pestle, his folly, will not depart from him.

Deuteronomy 29:19

and so it come to pass while he is hearing the words of this oath, that he will bless himself in his heart - saying, Prosperity, shall I have, although in the stubbornness of my heart, I go on, - so that the drunkenness addeth to the thirst:

Isaiah 22:13

Then lo! joy and rejoicing, killing oxen and slaughtering sheep, eating flesh and drinking wine, - Let us eat and drink, For to-morrow, we may die!

Jeremiah 31:18

I have, heard, Ephraim bemoaning himself, Thou hast chastised me and I have been chastised, Like a bullock, not broken in, Suffer me to return that I may return, For thou, art Yahweh my God.

1 Corinthians 15:32-34

If, after the manner of men, I have fought with wild-beasts at Ephesus, what, to me, the profit? If the dead are not raised, Let us eat and drink, for, tomorrow, we die.

Ephesians 4:19

Who, indeed, having become past feeling, have delivered, themselves, up, with wantonness, unto making a trade of all impurity with greed.

2 Peter 2:22

There hath befallen them the thing spoken of in the true proverb - A dog, turning back unto his own vomit, and - A sow, as soon as washed, unto wallowing in mire.

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