I know that you can do everything, and that no thought can be withheld from you.
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George Leo Haydock
I know. So the Keri orders us to translate, with all the ancient versions, as the Hebrew text has, "thou knowest "which Prof. Chappelow and Schultens deem more "sublime "though one would think it was hardly "sense. "(Kennicott)
Hid. Hebrew, "of thine can be hindered. "All thy orders must be obeyed. It is in vain to keep silence: (chap. xxxix. 34.) I will confess openly thy justice and power. (Haydock) -- He acknowledges his error, in not having before spoken enough of a just Providence. (Worthington)
2. For against his huge strength he observed; I know that Thou canst do all things; but against his hidden machinations he subjoined; And no thought is hid from Thee. Whence he immediately upbraids the same Leviathan.