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GAMBAR: Job
GREEK: 2492 Iwb Iob
HEBREW: 347 bwya 'Iyowb
NAVE: Job
EBD: Job
SMITH: JOB
ISBE: JOB

Job

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Job: NET AVS NIV NRSV NASB TEV
he that weeps or cries

a man whose story is told in the book of Job
a man from the land of Uz in Edom

Gambar

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Topik: Job in Various Compositions; Job Speaking; Job's Despair; Job's Piety and Prosperity; Job's Wife in Various Compositions; Other Portraits of Job; Other Portraits of Job's Wife

Yunani

Strongs #2492: Iwb Iob

Job = "the cry of woe" or "I will exclaim"

1) a man known for his piety and, consistency and fortitude in the
endurance of trials. His experiences are related in the OT book
bearing his name.

2492 Iob ee-obe'

of Hebrew origin (347); Job (i.e. Ijob), a patriarch: KJV -- Job.
see HEBREW for 0347

Ibrani

Strongs #0347: bwya 'Iyowb

Job = "hated"

1) a patriarch, the subject of the book of Job

347 'Iyowb ee-yobe'

from 340; hated (i.e. persecuted); Ijob, the patriarch famous for his patience: KJV -- Job.
see HEBREW for 0340

Job [nave]

JOB
1. A man who dwelt in Uz, Job 1:1.
Righteousness of, Job 1:1, 5, 8; 2:3; Ezek. 14:14, 20.
Riches of, Job 1:3.
Trial of, by affliction of Satan, Job 1:13-19; 2:7-10.
Fortitude of, Job 1:20-22; 2:10; Jas. 5:11.
Visited by Eliphaz, Bildad, and Zophar as comforter, Job 2:11-13.
Complaints of, and replies by his three friends to, Job 3-37.
Replied to by God, Job 38-41.
Submission of, to God, Job 40:3-5; 42:1-6.
Later blessings and riches of, Job 42:10-16.
Death of, Job 42:16, 17.
2. See: Jashub.

Job [ebd]

persecuted, an Arabian patriarch who resided in the land of Uz (q.v.). While living in the midst of great prosperity, he was suddenly overwhelmed by a series of sore trials that fell upon him. Amid all his sufferings he maintained his integrity. Once more God visited him with the rich tokens of his goodness and even greater prosperity than he had enjoyed before. He survived the period of trial for one hundred and forty years, and died in a good old age, an example to succeeding generations of integrity (Ezek. 14:14, 20) and of submissive patience under the sorest calamities (James 5:11). His history, so far as it is known, is recorded in his book.

JOB [smith]

(persecuted), the third son of Issachar, (Genesis 46:13) called in another genealogy JASHUB. (1 Chronicles 7:1)

JOB [isbe]

JOB - job ('iyobh, meaning of name doubtful; some conjecturing "object of enmity," others "he who turns," etc., to God; both uncertain guesses; Iob): The titular hero of the Book of Job, represented as a wealthy and pious land-holder who lived in patriarchal times, or at least conditions, in the land of Uz, on the borders of Idumea. Outside of the Book of Job he is mentioned by Ezekiel (Ezek 14:14,20) as one of 3 great personages whose representative righteousness would presumably avail, if that of any individuals could, to redeem the nation; the other two being Noah, an ancient patriarch, and Daniel, a contemporary of the prophet. It is difficult to determine whether Job was an actual personage or not. If known through legend, it must have been on account of some such experience as is narrated in the book, an experience unique enough to have become a potent household word; still, the power and influence of it is due to the masterly vigor and exposition of the story. It was the Job of literature, rather than the Job of legend, who lived in the hearts of men; a character so commanding that, albeit fictitious, it could be referred to as real, just as we refer to Hamlet or Othello. It is not the way of Hebrew writers, however, to evolve literary heroes from pure imagination; they crave an authentic basis of fact. It is probable that such a basis, in its essential outlines, existed under the story of Job. It is not necessary to suppose, however, that the legend or the name was known to Israel from ancient times. Job is introduced (Job 1:1) as if he had not been known before. The writer, who throughout the book shows a wide acquaintance with the world, doubtless found the legend somewhere, and drew its meanings together for an undying message to his and all times.

John Franklin Genung


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