Keep your eyes on what is in front of you, looking straight before you.
Keep your eyes straight ahead; ignore all sideshow distractions.
Let your eyes look straight ahead, And your eyelids look right before you.
Let thy eyes look right on, and let thy eyelids look straight before thee.
Let your eyes look straight ahead and your sight be focused in front of you.
Let your eyes look directly* in front of you and let your gaze* look straight before you.
4:25 Let your eyes look directly400
tn The jussives in this verse are both Hiphil, the first from the verb “to gaze; to look intently [or, carefully],” (נָבַט, navat) and the second from the verb “to be smooth, straight” (יָשָׁר, yashar).
in front of you
and let your gaze401
tnHeb “your eyelids.” The term “eyelids” is often a poetic synonym for “eye” (it is a metonymy of adjunct, something connected with the eye put for the eye that sees); it may intensify the idea as one might squint to gain a clearer look.