Job 15:26

He runs stubbornly against him, with his heavily embossed shield.
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George Leo Haydock

AD 1849
And is. Hebrew, "even upon the thick bosses of his buckler. "(Haydock) God thus seizes his antagonist, who, like Pharao, swells with pride. (Calmet) (Deuteronomy xxxii. 15.)

Gregory The Dialogist

AD 604
49. To ‘run against God with erected neck’ is to commit with shamelessness such things as are displeasing to the Creator. Of whom it is rightly said, He ran, i.e, in doing evil, he had no let or hindrance from adversity. Concerning whom it is yet further added; And he is armed with a stout neck [pingui cervice]. ‘A stout neck’ is wealthy pride, as being buttressed up with overflowing stores, as it were with a quantity of flesh. And so the bad man with power ‘is armed against God with a stout neck,’ in that swollen with temporal good things he is set up as by a great bulk of flesh against the precepts of truth. For what is poverty but a sort of leanness, and what is the abundance of stores but the fatness of the present life? And so he lifts himself up ‘with a stout neck against God,’ who takes temporal abundance to serve the end of pride. For the powerful and wicked have this thing proper to them, that being engrossed with deceitful riches they neglect the true riches of God, a...

Knowing this first, that no prophecy of the scripture is of any private interpretation - 2 Peter 1:20

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