He puts my feet in the stocks, he marks all my paths.
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George Leo Haydock
Stocks. Chap. xiii.14., and xiv. 16. Eliu interprets the words in the worst sense, though Job had only expostulated with God on the treatment which he received, testifying a great love and confidence in him. He acknowledges some want of knowledge, chap. xlii. 3. (Calmet)
This is what holy Job had said above, “Do you want me to reap the iniquities of my youth?” Therefore, [Elihu] refutes this as a blasphemy, that is, the fact that holy Job had believed that no fault could be found in him; he was blameless in his mature age but was punished severely for the errors committed in his youth. - "Exposition on Book of Job 33.8–10" ...