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Job 15:3
Should he reason with unprofitable talk, or with speeches wherewith he can do no good?
Should he reason with unprofitable talk, Or with speeches wherewith he can do no good?
“Should he rebuke and argue with useless talk? Or with words in which there is no benefit?
Should he reason with unprofitable talk? Or with speeches with which he can do no good?
Should he reason with unprofitable talk? or with speeches wherewith he can do no good?
Will they argue with a word that has no benefit and with unprofitable words?
Should he reason with useless talk or make speeches that do him no good?
you would stop spreading all of this hot air.
Reasoning with unprofitable talk, and with speeches which do no good?
Thou reprovest him by words, who is not equal to thee, and thou speakest that which is not good for thee.
Do you think a wise man would use empty words and meaningless speeches to win his arguments?
Should he argue in unprofitable talk, or in words with which he can do no good?
Should he argue in unprofitable talk, or in words with which he can do no good?
·He would not [L Should he…?] ·argue [reprimand; reprove] with useless words or make speeches that have no value.
Shall he dispute with words not comely? or with talk that is not profitable?
Should he argue with words that don’t help, with speeches that don’t help anyone?
No one who is wise would talk the way you do or defend himself with such meaningless words.
Should he argue with useless talk or with words that serve no good purpose?
He would not argue with useless words. He would not make speeches that have no value.
Should he engage in unprofitable argument, or give a speech that benefits no one?
Should he dispute with useless words and with reasons that are not profitable?
Should he reason with unprofitable talk? or with speeches wherewith he can do no good?
Should he reason with unprofitable talk? or with speeches wherewith he can do no good?
Should he argue in talk that is not profitable or in words with which he cannot do good?
It isn’t right to speak so foolishly. What good do such words do?
Eliphaz of Teman spoke a second time: “If you were truly wise, would you sound so much like a windbag, belching hot air? Would you talk nonsense in the middle of a serious argument, babbling baloney? Look at you! You trivialize religion, turn spiritual conversation into empty gossip. It’s your sin that taught you to talk this way. You chose an education in fraud. Your own words have exposed your guilt. It’s nothing I’ve said—you’ve incriminated yourself! Do you think you’re the first person to have to deal with these things? Have you been around as long as the hills? Were you listening in when God planned all this? Do you think you’re the only one who knows anything? What do you know that we don’t know? What insights do you have that we’ve missed? Gray beards and white hair back us up— old folks who’ve been around a lot longer than you. Are God’s promises not enough for you, spoken so gently and tenderly? Why do you let your emotions take over, lashing out and spitting fire, Pitting your whole being against God by letting words like this come out of your mouth? Do you think it’s possible for any mere mortal to be sinless in God’s sight, for anyone born of a human mother to get it all together? Why, God can’t even trust his holy angels. He sees the flaws in the very heavens themselves, So how much less we humans, smelly and foul, who lap up evil like water?
Should he reason with unprofitable talk or with speeches with which he can do no good?
Should he argue with words that don’t help, with speeches that don’t help anyone?
Does he argue in speech that does not avail, and in words that are to no profit?
“Should he argue with useless talk, Or with words which are not profitable?
He would not argue with useless words or make speeches that have no value.
Does he argue with useless talk, with words that have no value in them?
Would they argue with useless words? Would they give worthless speeches?
Would they argue with useless words, with speeches that have no value?
Would they argue with useless words, with speeches that have no value?
Should he reason with unprofitable talk, Or by speeches with which he can do no good?
Should he argue with talk that will not help, or with words that do no good?
The wise don’t engage in empty chatter. What good are such words?
Should they argue in unprofitable talk, or in words with which they can do no good?
Should they argue in unprofitable talk, or in words with which they can do no good?
Should they argue in unprofitable talk, or in words with which they can do no good?
Should they argue in unprofitable talk, or in words with which they can do no good?
Should he reason with unprofitable davar (talk)? Or with speeches wherewith no good is done?
Should he argue in unprofitable talk, or in words with which he can do no good?
Should he argue in unprofitable talk, or in words with which he can do no good?
Does he argue with useless talk and words that have no value in them?
Does a wise man reason with impotent chatter, with bankrupt words of no account?
Should he reason with unprofitable talk, or with speeches with which he can do no good?
For thou reprovest him by words, which is not like thee, and thou speakest that, that speedeth not to thee. (For thou rebukest him with worthless words, and thou speakest, what profiteth thee not.)
To reason with a word not useful? And speeches -- no profit in them?
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