Parallel Verses

Modern Spelling Tyndale-Coverdale

For they are in no peril of death, but stand fast like a palace.

New American Standard Bible

For there are no pains in their death,
And their body is fat.

King James Version

For there are no bands in their death: but their strength is firm.

Holman Bible

They have an easy time until they die,
and their bodies are well fed.

International Standard Version

For there is no struggle at their deaths, and their bodies are healthy.

A Conservative Version

For there are no pangs in their death, but their strength is firm.

American Standard Version

For there are no pangs in their death; But their strength is firm.

Amplified


For there are no pains in their death,
Their body is fat and pampered.

Bible in Basic English

For they have no pain; their bodies are fat and strong.

Darby Translation

For they have no pangs in their death, and their body is well nourished;

Julia Smith Translation

For not the pains to their death, and their body fat

King James 2000

For there are no pains in their death: but their strength is firm.

Lexham Expanded Bible

For there are no pains up to their death, and their bodies [are] {healthy}.

Modern King James verseion

For there are no bands in their death; but their strength is fat.

NET Bible

For they suffer no pain; their bodies are strong and well-fed.

New Heart English Bible

For there are no struggles in their death, but their strength is firm.

The Emphasized Bible

For they have no pangs in their death, And vigorous is their body;

Webster

For there are no bands in their death: but their strength is firm.

World English Bible

For there are no struggles in their death, but their strength is firm.

Youngs Literal Translation

And their might is firm.

References

Easton

Fausets

Morish

Fat

Context Readings

God's Ways Vindicated

3 And why? I was grieved at the wicked, to see the ungodly in such prosperity. 4 For they are in no peril of death, but stand fast like a palace. 5 They come in no misfortune like other folk; neither are they plagued like other men.


Cross References

Job 21:23-24

One dieth now when he is mighty and at his best, rich and in prosperity;

Job 24:20

O that all compassion upon them were forgotten: that their dainties were worms, that they were clean put out of remembrance, and utterly hewn down like an unfruitful tree.

Psalm 17:10

They are enclosed in their own fat, and their mouth speaketh proud things.

Psalm 17:14

From the men of thy hand, O LORD, from the men, I say, and from the evil world, which have their portion in this life, whose bellies thou fillest with thy hid treasure.

Ecclesiastes 2:16

For the wise are ever as little in remembrance as the foolish, and all the days for to come shall be forgotten, yea the wise man dieth as well as the fool.

Ecclesiastes 7:15

These two things also have I considered in the time of vanity: that the just man perisheth for his righteousness' sake, and the ungodly liveth in his wickedness.

Luke 16:22

And it fortuned that the beggar died, and was carried by the angels into Abraham's bosom: The rich man also died, and was buried in hell.

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