Bible ~~- Older Testament ~~- Job ~~- chapter 41 of 42 (34 verses.)

Job 41:9Wrench

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Watch, šŸ˜‡:
any [mortal] who hopes [to control Satan hopes] in vain.
One look from him would hurl you down [to death].

The Devil

Other English Bible translations of Job 41:9:

Complete Jewish Bible (Sacred Name Version)CJB-SNthey are stuck one to another, interlocked and impervious.
New International Version (Sacred Name)NIV-SRAny hope of subduing him is false; the mere sight of him is overpowering.
New International Readers Version (Sacred Name)NIRV-SNNo one can possibly control the leviathan. Just looking at it will terrify you.
New Living Translation (Sacred Name Version)NLT-SN'No, it is useless to try to capture it. The hunter who attempts it will be thrown down.
New Revised Standard (Sacred Name Edition)NRSV-SN Any hope of capturing it will be disappointed; were not even the gods overwhelmed at the sight of it?
The Message (Sacred Name Version)MSG-SNWhat hope would you have with such a creature? Why, one look at him would do you in!
Good News Translation (Sacred Name)GNT-SNAnyone who sees Leviathan loses courage and falls to the ground.
New American Standard (Sacred Name Bible)NASB-SN'Behold, your expectation is false; Will you be laid low even at the sight of him?
King James Version (unedited)KJVBehold, the hope of him is in vain: shall not one be cast down even at the sight of him?