KJV JOB41 with Strong's Hebrew/GreekJOB40.htm JOB42.htm
41:1 Canst thou draw out [H4900] leviathan [H3882] with an hook [H2443] ? or his tongue [H3956] with a cord [H2256] [which] thou lettest down [H8257] ?(leviathan: That is, a whale or a whirlepoole)(which: Heb. which thou drownest?)
41:2 Canst thou put [H7760] an hook [H100] into his nose [H639] ? or bore [H5344] his jaw [H3895] through with a thorn [H2336] ?
41:3 Will he make many [H7235] supplications [H8469] unto thee? will he speak [H1696] soft [H7390] [words] unto thee?
41:4 Will he make [H3772] a covenant [H1285] with thee? wilt thou take [H3947] him for a servant [H5650] for ever [H5769] ?
41:5 Wilt thou play [H7832] with him as [with] a bird [H6833] ? or wilt thou bind [H7194] him for thy maidens [H5291] ?
41:6 Shall the companions [H2271] make a banquet [H3739] of him? shall they part [H2673] him among the merchants [H3669] ?
41:7 Canst thou fill [H4390] his skin [H5785] with barbed irons [H7905] ? or his head [H7218] with fish [H1709] spears [H6767] ?
41:8 Lay [H7760] thine hand [H3709] upon him, remember [H2142] the battle [H4421] , do no more [H3254] .
41:9 Behold, the hope [H8431] of him is in vain [H3576] : shall not [one] be cast down [H2904] even at the sight [H4758] of him?
41:10 None [is so] fierce [H393] that dare stir him up [H5782] [H5782] : who then is able to stand [H3320] before [H6440] me?
41:11 Who hath prevented [H6923] me, that I should repay [H7999] [him? whatsoever is] under the whole heaven [H8064] is mine.
41:12 I will not conceal [H2790] his parts [H907] , nor his power [H1369] [H1697] , nor his comely [H2433] proportion [H6187] .
41:13 Who can discover [H1540] the face [H6440] of his garment [H3830] ? [or] who can come [H935] [to him] with his double [H3718] bridle [H7448] ?(with: or, within)
41:14 Who can open [H6605] the doors [H1817] of his face [H6440] ? his teeth [H8127] [are] terrible [H367] round about [H5439] .
41:15 [His] scales [H4043] [H650] [are his] pride [H1346] , shut up together [H5462] [as with] a close [H6862] seal [H2368] .(scales: Heb. strong pieces of shields)
41:16 One [H259] is so near [H5066] to another [H259] , that no air [H7307] can come [H935] between them.
41:17 They are joined [H1692] one [H376] to another [H251] , they stick together [H3920] , that they cannot be sundered [H6504] .
41:18 By his neesings [H5846] a light [H216] doth shine [H1984] , and his eyes [H5869] [are] like the eyelids [H6079] of the morning [H7837] .
41:19 Out of his mouth [H6310] go [H1980] burning lamps [H3940] , [and] sparks [H3590] of fire [H784] leap out [H4422] .
41:20 Out of his nostrils [H5156] goeth [H3318] smoke [H6227] , as [out] of a seething [H5301] pot [H1731] or caldron [H100] .
41:21 His breath [H5315] kindleth [H3857] coals [H1513] , and a flame [H3851] goeth out [H3318] of his mouth [H6310] .
41:22 In his neck [H6677] remaineth [H3885] strength [H5797] , and sorrow [H1670] is turned into joy [H1750] before [H6440] him.(is turned into joy: Heb. rejoiceth)
41:23 The flakes [H4651] of his flesh [H1320] are joined together [H1692] : they are firm [H3332] in themselves; they cannot be moved [H4131] .(flakes: Heb. fallings)
41:24 His heart [H3820] is as firm [H3332] as a stone [H68] ; yea, as hard [H3332] as a piece [H6400] of the nether [H8482] [millstone].
41:25 When he raiseth up [H7613] himself, the mighty [H352] are afraid [H1481] : by reason of breakings [H7667] they purify [H2398] themselves.
41:26 The sword [H2719] of him that layeth [H5381] at him cannot hold [H6965] : the spear [H2595] , the dart [H4551] , nor the habergeon [H8302] .(habergeon: or, breastplate)
41:27 He esteemeth [H2803] iron [H1270] as straw [H8401] , [and] brass [H5154] as rotten [H7539] wood [H6086] .
41:28 The arrow [H1121] [H7198] cannot make him flee [H1272] : slingstones [H68] [H7050] are turned [H2015] with him into stubble [H7179] .
41:29 Darts [H8455] are counted [H2803] as stubble [H7179] : he laugheth [H7832] at the shaking [H7494] of a spear [H3591] .
41:30 Sharp [H2303] stones [H2789] [are] under him: he spreadeth [H7502] sharp pointed things [H2742] upon the mire [H2916] .(Sharp stones: Heb. Sharp pieces of potsherd)
41:31 He maketh the deep [H4688] to boil [H7570] like a pot [H5518] : he maketh [H7760] the sea [H3220] like a pot of ointment [H4841] .
41:32 He maketh a path [H5410] to shine [H215] after [H310] him; [one] would think [H2803] the deep [H8415] [to be] hoary [H7872] .
41:33 Upon earth [H6083] there is not his like [H4915] , who is made [H6213] without [H1097] fear [H2844] .(is made without fear: or, behave themselves without fear)
41:34 He beholdeth [H7200] all high [H1364] [things]: he [is] a king [H4428] over all the children [H1121] of pride [H7830] .