11 He putteth my feet in the stocks, he marketh all my paths.
11 He fastens my feet in shackles; he keeps close watch on all my paths.'
11 he puts my feet in the stocks and watches all my paths.'
11 He's thrown me in jail; he keeps me under constant surveillance.'
11 He puts my feet in the stocks, He watches all my paths.'
11 He puts my feet in the stocks and watches my every move.'
Matthew Henry's Commentary on Job 33:11
Commentary on Job 33:8-13
(Read Job 33:8-13)
Elihu charges Job with reflecting upon the justice and goodness of God. When we hear any thing said to God's dishonour, we ought to bear our testimony against it. Job had represented God as severe in marking what he did amiss. Elihu urges that he had spoken wrong, and that he ought to humble himself before God, and by repentance to unsay it. God is not accountable to us. It is unreasonable for weak, sinful creatures, to strive with a God of infinite wisdom, power, and goodness. He acts with perfect justice, wisdom, and goodness, where we cannot perceive it.