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Deuteronomy 4:30

    Deuteronomy 4:30 Translations

    King James Version (KJV)

    When thou art in tribulation, and all these things are come upon thee, even in the latter days, if thou turn to the LORD thy God, and shalt be obedient unto his voice;

    American King James Version (AKJV)

    When you are in tribulation, and all these things are come on you, even in the latter days, if you turn to the LORD your God, and shall be obedient to his voice;

    American Standard Version (ASV)

    When thou art in tribulation, and all these things are come upon thee, in the latter days thou shalt return to Jehovah thy God, and hearken unto his voice:

    Basic English Translation (BBE)

    When you are in trouble and all these things have come on you, if, in the future, you are turned again to the Lord your God, and give ear to his voice:

    Webster's Revision

    When thou art in tribulation, and all these things are come upon thee, in the latter days thou shalt return to Jehovah thy God, and hearken unto his voice:

    World English Bible

    When you are in oppression, and all these things are come on you, in the latter days you shall return to Yahweh your God, and listen to his voice:

    English Revised Version (ERV)

    When thou art in tribulation, and all these things are come upon thee, in the latter days thou shalt return to the LORD thy God, and hearken unto his voice:

    Definitions for Deuteronomy 4:30

    Art - "Are"; second person singular.
    Latter - Last.

    Clarke's Commentary on Deuteronomy 4:30

    When thou art in tribulation in the latter days - Are not these the times spoken of? And is there not still hope for Israel? Could we see them become zealous for their own law and religious observances - could we see them humble themselves before the God of Jacob - could we see them conduct their public worship with any tolerable decency and decorum - could we see them zealous to avoid every moral evil, inquiring the road to Zion, with their faces thitherward; then might we hope that the redemption of Israel was at hand: but alas! there is not the most distant evidence of any thing of the kind, except in a very few solitary instances. They are, perhaps, in the present day, more lost to every sacred principle of their own institutions than they have ever been since their return from the Babylonish captivity. By whom shall Jacob arise? for in this sense he is small - deeply fallen, and greatly degraded.

    Wesley's Notes on Deuteronomy 4:30

    4:30 In the latter days - In succeeding ages.