|Overview - Job 10|
|1||Job, taking liberty of complaint, expostulates with God about his afflictions.|
|18||He complains of life, and craves a little ease before death.|
Job 10:22 (King James Version)
A land of darkness, as darkness itself; and of the shadow of death, without any order, and where the light is as darkness.
- the shadow of death
- Where death projects his shadow, intercepting the light of life: without any order, having no arrangement, no distinction of inhabitants; the poor and the rich are there, the king and the beggar, their bodies in equal corruption and disgrace: where the light is as darkness, a palpable obscure, space and place, with only such a light or capability of distinction, as renders "darkness visible."
- 3:5 34:22 38:17 Psalms 23:4 ; 44:19 88:12 Jeremiah 2:6 ; 13:16 Luke 16:26