Job 15:35

They conceive mischief, and bring forth vanity, and their heart prepares deceit.
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George Leo Haydock

AD 1849
Sorrow. Hebrew, "mischief. "(Haydock) See Psalm vii. 15., and Isaias xlix. 4. The tree is known by its fruit. Eliphaz sufficiently insinuates, that he is speaking of Job. (Calmet) His, or "its "the congregation's womb, ver. 34. Protestants, "their belly. "(Haydock)

Gregory The Dialogist

AD 604
64. For he conceives ‘woe,’ when he devises wicked things; he ‘brings forth iniquity,’ when he has begun to fulfil what he has devised; by entertaining envy, he ‘conceives woe;’ by uttering slanders, he ‘brings forth iniquity.’ For it is grievous wickedness when he who is wicked strives to make others appear wicked, that he may himself thereby appear as holy, because he has shewn that others are not holy. But we ought to bear in mind, that in Holy Writ by the title of the ‘belly’ or the ‘womb’ the mind is used to be understood. Hence it is that it is said by Solomon, For the candle of the Lord is the breathway of man, searching all the inward parts of the belly. [Prov. 20, 27] For the light of grace, which comes from above, affords a ‘breathway’ to man unto life, which same light is said to ‘search all the inward parts of the belly,’ in that it penetrates all the secrets of the heart, that the things which were hidden from the soul touching itself it may bring back before the eyes...

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

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