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Bible Commentaries

Treasury of Scripture Knowledge

Job 39

Overview

Job 39:1, Of the wild goats and hinds; Job 39:5, Of the wild ass; Job 39:9, The unicorn; Job 39:13, The peacock, stork, and ostrich; Job 39:19, The horse; Job 39:26, The hawk; Job 39:27, The eagle.

Verse 1

the wild: 1 Samuel 24:2, Psalms 104:18

when: Psalms 29:9, Jeremiah 14:5

Reciprocal: Genesis 1:24 - Let Psalms 8:8 - The fowl Proverbs 6:7 - General Proverbs 25:2 - the glory Ecclesiastes 11:5 - even

Verse 2

Jeremiah 2:24

Verse 4

Reciprocal: Genesis 1:30 - General

Verse 5

the wild: Job 6:5, Job 11:12, Job 24:5, Genesis 16:12, Psalms 104:11, Isaiah 32:14, Jeremiah 2:24, Jeremiah 14:6, Daniel 5:21, Hosea 8:9

who hath loosed: Genesis 49:14

Reciprocal: Genesis 1:24 - Let Job 39:10 - General

Verse 6

barren land: Heb. salt places, Deuteronomy 29:23, Psalms 107:34, Jeremiah 17:6, Ezekiel 47:11

Reciprocal: Jeremiah 14:6 - the wild

Verse 7

scorneth: Job 39:18, Job 3:18, Isaiah 31:4

driver: Heb. exactor, Exodus 5:13-16, Exodus 5:18, Isaiah 58:3

Reciprocal: Job 39:10 - General Job 41:28 - slingstones

Verse 8

Job 40:15, Job 40:20-22, Genesis 1:29, Genesis 1:30, Psalms 104:27, Psalms 104:28, Psalms 145:15, Psalms 145:16

Verse 9

the: Numbers 23:22, Deuteronomy 33:17, Psalms 22:21, Psalms 92:10

or: Isaiah 1:3

Reciprocal: Genesis 1:24 - Let Isaiah 34:7 - unicorns

Verse 10

Job 39:5, Job 39:7, Job 1:14, Job 41:5, Psalms 129:3, Hosea 10:10, Hosea 10:11, Micah 1:13

Reciprocal: Numbers 23:22 - the strength Deuteronomy 33:17 - his horns Psalms 22:21 - horns Isaiah 34:7 - unicorns

Verse 11

trust: Psalms 20:7, Psalms 33:16, Psalms 33:17, Psalms 147:10, Isaiah 30:16, Isaiah 31:1-3

leave: Genesis 1:26, Genesis 1:28, Genesis 9:2, Genesis 42:26, Psalms 144:14, Proverbs 14:4, Isaiah 30:6, Isaiah 46:1

Reciprocal: Numbers 23:22 - the strength

Verse 12

he: Nehemiah 13:15, Amos 2:13

gather: Proverbs 3:16, Haggai 2:19, Matthew 3:2, Matthew 13:30

Verse 13

peacocks: 1 Kings 10:22, 2 Chronicles 9:21

wings and feathers unto the: or, the feathers of the stork and, Job 30:29, *marg. Leviticus 11:19, Psalms 104:17, Jeremiah 8:7, Zechariah 5:9

Reciprocal: Psalms 50:11 - know Lamentations 4:3 - like

Verse 14

Reciprocal: Proverbs 27:8 - a bird

Verse 16

hardened: Lamentations 4:3

as: Deuteronomy 28:56, Deuteronomy 28:57, 1 Kings 3:26, 1 Kings 3:27, 2 Kings 6:28, 2 Kings 6:29, Lamentations 2:20, Romans 1:31

her labour: Ecclesiastes 10:15, Habakkuk 2:13

Reciprocal: Job 39:22 - General 1 Thessalonians 2:1 - in vain

Verse 17

Job 17:4, Job 35:11, Deuteronomy 2:30, 2 Chronicles 32:31, Isaiah 19:11-14, Isaiah 57:17, James 1:17

Reciprocal: Job 12:20 - taketh Psalms 119:19 - hide Isaiah 28:26 - For his God Isaiah 30:28 - causing

Verse 18

Job 39:7, Job 39:22, Job 5:22, Job 41:29, 2 Kings 19:21

Verse 19

the horse: Exodus 15:1, Psalms 147:10

clothed: Psalms 93:1, Psalms 104:1

thunder: Job 39:25, Mark 3:17

Reciprocal: Genesis 1:24 - Let Job 40:10 - Deck Job 41:22 - General Psalms 33:17 - his great Jeremiah 8:6 - as Jeremiah 47:3 - the noise

Verse 20

the glory: Job 41:20, Job 41:21, Jeremiah 8:16

terrible: Heb. terrors

Verse 21

He paweth: or, His feet dig, Judges 5:22

and: 1 Samuel 17:4-10, 1 Samuel 17:42, Psalms 19:5, Jeremiah 9:23

he goeth: Proverbs 21:31, Jeremiah 8:6

armed men: Heb. armour

Reciprocal: Job 41:26 - The sword

Verse 22

Job 39:16, Job 39:18, Job 41:33

Reciprocal: Nahum 3:2 - noise

Verse 23

Job 41:26-29

Reciprocal: Joshua 8:18 - the spear

Verse 24

He swalloweth: Job 37:20, Habakkuk 1:8, Habakkuk 1:9

neither: Job 9:16, Job 29:24, Luke 24:41

Reciprocal: 1 Corinthians 14:8 - General

Verse 25

ha: Psalms 70:3, Ezekiel 26:2, Ezekiel 36:2

Reciprocal: Exodus 32:17 - There is a noise Job 39:19 - thunder Ezekiel 21:22 - to lift Amos 1:14 - with shouting 1 Corinthians 14:8 - General Revelation 9:9 - and the

Verse 26

the hawk: Netz, Arabic naz, Latin nisus, the hawk, so called from natzah, to shoot away, fly, because of the rapidity of its flight. It probably comprehends various species of the falcon family, as the ger-falcon, goshawk, and sparrowhawk. Leviticus 16:11, Deuteronomy 14:15

stretch: Is it through thy teaching that the falcon, or any other bird of passage, knows the precise time for taking flight, and the direction in which she is to go to arrive at a warmer climate? Song of Solomon 2:12, Jeremiah 8:7

Reciprocal: Psalms 50:11 - know Proverbs 6:7 - General

Verse 27

the eagle: Exodus 19:4, Leviticus 11:13, Psalms 103:5, Proverbs 23:5, Isaiah 40:31, Hosea 8:1

at thy command: Heb. by thy mouth

make: Jeremiah 49:16, Obadiah 1:4

Reciprocal: Job 9:26 - as the eagle Proverbs 30:19 - way of an Ezekiel 1:10 - the face of an eagle Matthew 24:28 - General

Verse 28

upon: 1 Samuel 14:4

Reciprocal: Obadiah 1:4 - exalt

Verse 29

she: Job 9:26

her: The eagle is proverbial for her strong and clear sight.

Reciprocal: Luke 17:37 - wheresoever

Verse 30

where: Ezekiel 39:17-19, Matthew 24:28, Luke 17:37

Reciprocal: Genesis 1:30 - General

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Torrey, R. A. "Commentary on Job 39". "Treasury of Scripture Knowledge". https://studylight.org/commentaries/eng/tsk/job-39.html.