SEV Biblia, Chapter 17:11 Nuestros pasos nos han cercado ahora; puestos tienen sus ojos para echarnos por tierra.
Clarke's Bible Commentary - Psalms 16:11 Verse 11. They have now compassed us in our steps ] Instead of wnra ashshurenu, "our steps," Dr. Kennicott and others recommend wnyra ashreynu, "O lucky we, at last we have compassed him." He cannot now escape; he is sure to fall into our hands.
They have set their eyes bowing down to the earth ] All the commentators and critics have missed the very expressive and elegant metaphor contained in this clause. Kennicott says, They drove the hart into toils, and then shot him. Bishop Horsley says, on the clause, They have set their eyes bowing down to the earth: "This is the attitude of huntsmen, taking aim at an animal upon the ground." No, it is the attitude of the huntsmen looking for the slot, or track of the hart's, hind's, or antelope's foot on the ground. See at the conclusion of the Psalm.
Matthew Henry Commentary Verses 8-15 - Being compassed with enemies, David prays to God to keep him in safety This prayer is a prediction that Christ would be preserved, through all the hardships and difficulties of his humiliation, to the glories an joys of his exalted state, and is a pattern to Christians to commit the keeping of their souls to God, trusting him to preserve them to his heavenly kingdom. Those are our worst enemies, that are enemies to ou souls. They are God's sword, which cannot move without him, and whic he will sheathe when he has done his work with it. They are his hand by which he chastises his people. There is no fleeing from God's hand but by fleeing to it. It is very comfortable, when we are in fear of the power of man, to see it dependent upon, and in subjection to the power of God. Most men look on the things of this world as the bes things; and they look no further, nor show any care to provide for another life. The things of this world are called treasures, they ar so accounted; but to the soul, and when compared with eterna blessings, they are trash. The most afflicted Christian need not env the most prosperous men of the world, who have their portion in thi life. Clothed with Christ's righteousness, having through his grace good heart and a good life, may we by faith behold God's face, and se him always before us. When we awake every morning, may we be satisfie with his likeness set before us in his word, and with his likenes stamped upon us by his renewing grace. Happiness in the other world i prepared only for those that are justified and sanctified: they shal be put in possession of it when the soul awakes, at death, out of it slumber in the body, and when the body awakes, at the resurrection, ou of its slumber in the grave. There is no satisfaction for a soul but in God, and in his good will towards us, and his good work in us; yet tha satisfaction will not be perfect till we come to heaven __________________________________________________________________
Original Hebrew אשׁרינו 838 עתה 6258 סבבוני 5437 עיניהם 5869 ישׁיתו 7896 לנטות 5186 בארץ׃ 776