J O B
This chapter begins Job's reply to that discourse
of Eliphaz which we had in the foregoing chapter; it is but the
second part of the same song of lamentation with which he had
before bemoaned himself, and is set to the same melancholy tune. I.
He upbraids his friends with their unkind usage of him, ver. 1-5. II. He represents his own
case as very deplorable upon all accounts, ver. 6-16. III. He still holds fast his
integrity, concerning which he appeals to God's righteous judgment
from the unrighteous censures of his friends, ver. 14-22.