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Job 2:1-3 Lexham English Bible (LEB)

The Adversary’s Attack on Job’s Person

And then[a] one day the sons of God[b] came to present themselves before Yahweh, and Satan[c] also came into their midst to present himself before Yahweh. So[d] Yahweh asked[e] Satan,[f] “From where have you come?”

And Satan[g] answered Yahweh and said, “From roaming on the earth and from walking about in it.”

So[h] Yahweh asked[i] Satan,[j] “Have you considered[k] my servant Job? Indeed,[l] there is no one like him on the earth—a blameless man and upright and God-fearing and turning away from evil. And still he persists in his blamelessness even though[m] you incited me against him to destroy him for nothing.”

Footnotes:

  1. Job 2:1 Literally “And it came to be,” or “and it happened”
  2. Job 2:1 Or “the heavenly beings,” or “the angels”
  3. Job 2:1 Hebrew “the accuser,” or “the adversary”
  4. Job 2:2 Hebrew “And”
  5. Job 2:2 Literally “said to”
  6. Job 2:2 Hebrew “the accuser,” or “the adversary”
  7. Job 2:2 Hebrew “the accuser,” or “the adversary”
  8. Job 2:3 Hebrew “And”
  9. Job 2:3 Literally “said to”
  10. Job 2:3 Hebrew “the accuser,” or “the adversary”
  11. Job 2:3 Literally “set your heart”
  12. Job 2:3 Or “For” or “Because”
  13. Job 2:3 Hebrew “and”
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