Thematic Bible




Thematic Bible



"When [the] ear heard and commended me, and [the] eye saw and testified in support of me because I saved [the] needy who cried for help, and [I saved] [the] orphan for whom [there was] no helper. [The] blessing of [the] wretched came upon me, and I caused [the] widow's heart to sing for joy. read more.
I put on righteousness, and it clothed me; my justice [was] like a robe and a headband. "I was eyes to the blind, and I [was] feet to the lame. I [was] a father to the poor, and I investigated {the stranger's} legal dispute. And I broke [the] evil one's jaw bones, and I made [his] prey drop from his teeth.

"If I have withheld [the] desire of [the] poor from [them], or I have caused [the] widow's eyes to fail, or I have eaten my morsel {alone}, and [the] orphan has not eaten from it (for from my childhood he {grew up with} me like a father, and from my mother's womb I guided her), read more.
if I have seen [the one who] perishes because of no clothing or [that] there is no covering for the poor, if his loins have not blessed me, or by means of my sheep's fleece he has warmed himself, if I have raised my hand against an orphan because I saw my supporters at the gate, [then] let my shoulder blade fall from [my] shoulder, and let my arm be broken from its socket. Indeed, the disaster from God [was] a dread for me, and {I was powerless} because of his majesty.


"Look, my eye has seen everything; my ear has heard and has understood it.

"When [the] ear heard and commended me, and [the] eye saw and testified in support of me


"When [the] ear heard and commended me, and [the] eye saw and testified in support of me because I saved [the] needy who cried for help, and [I saved] [the] orphan for whom [there was] no helper. [The] blessing of [the] wretched came upon me, and I caused [the] widow's heart to sing for joy. read more.
I put on righteousness, and it clothed me; my justice [was] like a robe and a headband. "I was eyes to the blind, and I [was] feet to the lame. I [was] a father to the poor, and I investigated {the stranger's} legal dispute.

"If I have withheld [the] desire of [the] poor from [them], or I have caused [the] widow's eyes to fail, or I have eaten my morsel {alone}, and [the] orphan has not eaten from it (for from my childhood he {grew up with} me like a father, and from my mother's womb I guided her), read more.
if I have seen [the one who] perishes because of no clothing or [that] there is no covering for the poor, if his loins have not blessed me, or by means of my sheep's fleece he has warmed himself, if I have raised my hand against an orphan because I saw my supporters at the gate,

If my land has cried out against me, and its furrows have wept together, if I have eaten its yield without payment, or I have caused [the] breath of its owners to die, let thorns grow in place of wheat and noxious weeds in place of barley." The words of Job are ended.