Job 33:11

Job 33:11

He putteth my feet in the stocks
This also he had said, ( Job 13:27 ) ; by which he would suggest not only that his afflictions were painful and disgraceful, and from which he could not extricate himself, being close fettered by them; but that they were inflicted on him as punishments, and he was treated as a criminal, as a malefactor, who had been guilty of some notorious breach of the law:

he marketh all my paths;
looked narrowly at them, numbered and counted them; this also he had said, ( Job 13:27 ) ( 14:16 ) ( 31:4 ) ; meaning not only his natural and civil paths and steps, but his moral ones, that he could not step the least awry, but presently it was marked and observed, ( Job 10:14 ) ; but though God does take notice of the sins of his people, and chastises them for them, yet he does not mark them in strict justice, for, should he, they could not stand before him, ( Psalms 130:3 ) .

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