SEV Biblia, Chapter 23:11 Mis pies tomaron su rastro; guardé su camino, y no me aparté.
Clarke's Bible Commentary - Job 23:11 Verse 11. My foot hath held his steps, his way have I kept ] I have carefully marked his providential dealings; and in his way-his pure and undefiled religion-have I walked. I have not only been generally but particularly religious: I have attended carefully to the weightier matters of the law, and have not forgotten its slightest injunctions. Coverdale is curious: - Nevertheles my fete kepe his path, his hye strete have I holden, and not gone out of it. The hye strete is highway, the causeway, or raised road; formed, as they anciently were, by stones in the manner of pavement. It has its name from the Latin strata, paved, via being understood: via lapidibus strata, "a way paved with stones:" hence street, a raised road or pavement either in town or country. And hence the four grand Roman or British roads which intersected this kingdom: viz. Watling street, Icknild or Ricknild street, Ermin street, and Fosse street. Some say these streets or roads were made by Bellinus, a British king. Fosse street began in Cornwall, passed through Devonshire, Somersetshire, and along by Titbury upon Toteswould, beside Coventry, unto Leicester; and thence by the wide plains to Newark and to Lincoln, where it ends. Watling street begins at Dover, passes through the middle of Kent, over the Thames by London, running near Westminster, and thence to St. Alban's, Dunstable, Stratford, Towcester, Weden, Lilbourn, Atherston, Wreaken by Severn, Worcester, Stratton, through Wales unto Cardigan, and on to the Irish sea.
Ermin, or Erminage street, running from St. David's in Wales, to Southampton. Ricknild, or Icknild street, running by Worcester, Wycomb, Birmingham, Lichfield, Derby, Chesterfield, and by York, into Tynemouth. See Camden, Holinshed, and Minshieu.
Matthew Henry Commentary Verses 8-12 - Job knew that the Lord was every where present; but his mind was in such confusion, that he could get no fixed view of God's mercifu presence, so as to find comfort by spreading his case before him. Hi views were all gloomy. God seemed to stand at a distance, and frow upon him. Yet Job expressed his assurance that he should be brough forth, tried, and approved, for he had obeyed the precepts of God. He had relished and delighted in the truths and commandments of God. Her we should notice that Job justified himself rather than God, or i opposition to him, ch. 32:2. Job might feel that he was clear from the charges of his friends, but boldly to assert that, though visited by the hand of God, it was not a chastisement of sin, was his error. An he is guilty of a second, when he denies that there are dealings of Providence with men in this present life, wherein the injured fin redress, and the evil are visited for their sins.
Original Hebrew באשׁרו 838 אחזה 270 רגלי 7272 דרכו 1870 שׁמרתי 8104 ולא 3808 אט׃ 5186