Geneva(i) 32 Nowe Barzillai was a very aged man, euen fourescore yeere olde, and he had prouided the king of sustenance, while he lay at Mahanaim: for he was a man of very great substance. 33 And the king said vnto Barzillai, Come ouer with me, and I will feede thee with me in Ierusalem. 34 And Barzillai said vnto the king, Howe long haue I to liue, that I should goe vp with the king to Ierusalem? 35 I am this day fourescore yeere olde: and can I discerne betweene good or euill? Hath thy seruant any taste in that I eat or in that I drinke? Can I heare any more the voyce of singing men and women? wherefore then should thy seruant be anymore a burthen vnto my lord the king? 36 Thy seruant will goe a litle way ouer Iorden with the King, and why wil the king recompence it me with such a rewarde? 37 I pray thee, let thy seruant turne backe againe, that I may die in mine owne citie, and be buryed in the graue of my father and of my mother: but beholde thy seruant Chimham, let him goe with my lorde the king, and doe to him what shall please thee. 38 And the king answered, Chimham shall go with me, and I will do to him that thou shalt be content with: and whatsoeuer thou shalt require of me, that will I do for thee.