Jan 21, · Job focuses on man’s impermanence. Now, Job begins this chapter speaking of man’s impermanence – the fact that our lives are so short. KJV Job Man that is born of a Missing: fair.
There is Hope For a Tree (Job 14:7-9)
It seemed unfair to Job that a tree could come back to life after someone had cut it down, but a person could not (Job ). As I mentioned before, Job gives no evidence of knowing Missing: fair. Clarke's Commentary. Verse Job For there is hope of a tree — We must not, says Calmet, understand this of an old tree, the stem and roots of which are dried up and rotted: but there Missing: fair. 7 For a tree there is always hope. Chop it down and it still has a chance - its roots can put out fresh sprouts. Chop it down and it still has a chance - its roots can put out fresh sprouts. 8 Missing: fair. JOB gives the reason why God should let man have what little pleasure he can (Job ): Death ends all. In Damascus it is still customary to cut down trees, the stumps of which being Missing: fair.
Job For there is hope of a tree, if it be cut down, that it will sprout again That is, if it be cut down to the root, and only the stump of the root is left in the ground, as the tree in Missing: fair.