14 if you put away the sin that is in your hand and allow no evil to dwell in your tent,

Matthew Henry's Commentary on Job 11:14

Commentary on Job 11:13-20

(Read Job 11:13-20)

Zophar exhorts Job to repentance, and gives him encouragement, yet mixed with hard thoughts of him. He thought that worldly prosperity was always the lot of the righteous, and that Job was to be deemed a hypocrite unless his prosperity was restored. Then shalt thou lift up thy face without spot; that is, thou mayst come boldly to the throne of grace, and not with the terror and amazement expressed in Hebrews 10:22.

19 You will lie down, with no one to make you afraid, and many will court your favor.

Matthew Henry's Commentary on Job 11:19

Commentary on Job 11:13-20

(Read Job 11:13-20)

Zophar exhorts Job to repentance, and gives him encouragement, yet mixed with hard thoughts of him. He thought that worldly prosperity was always the lot of the righteous, and that Job was to be deemed a hypocrite unless his prosperity was restored. Then shalt thou lift up thy face without spot; that is, thou mayst come boldly to the throne of grace, and not with the terror and amazement expressed in Hebrews 10:22.

20 But the eyes of the wicked will fail, and escape will elude them; their hope will become a dying gasp."

Matthew Henry's Commentary on Job 11:20

Commentary on Job 11:13-20

(Read Job 11:13-20)

Zophar exhorts Job to repentance, and gives him encouragement, yet mixed with hard thoughts of him. He thought that worldly prosperity was always the lot of the righteous, and that Job was to be deemed a hypocrite unless his prosperity was restored. Then shalt thou lift up thy face without spot; that is, thou mayst come boldly to the throne of grace, and not with the terror and amazement expressed in Hebrews 10:22.