You search out my path and my lying down, and are acquainted with all my ways.
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George Leo Haydock
Off. Before they were formed. (St. Chrysostom)
Line. Or the measure of my life and actions. (Calmet)
Hebrew, "my lying down "alluding to hares, which are followed to their resting places. (Houbigant)
Some read, "my direction "(St. Hilary) or "limit. "(St. Augustine) (Calmet)
The utmost extent of my intention, and the words yet unuttered, are not unknown to thee. (Worthington)