“Your hands fashioned and made me.
Now you turn and destroy me.
Remember that you fashioned me like clay.
Will you turn me to dust again?
Did you not pour me out like milk?
Did you not curdle me like cheese?
You clothed me with skin and flesh.
You knit me together with bones and sinews.
You granted me life.
You granted me steadfast love.
Your care has preserved my spirit.
Yet these things you hide in your heart.
I know that this was your purpose.
If I sin, you watch me.
You do not acquit me of my iniquity.
If I am wicked,
Woe to me!
If I am righteous,
I cannot lift up my head.
I am filled with disgrace.
Look upon my affliction.
Bold as a lion,
You hunt me.
You repeat your exploits against me.
You renew your witnesses against me.
You increase your vexation toward me.
You bring fresh troops against me.”
Job used very descriptive terms to explain his creation by God. The concept of the hands and eyes of God were a common theme among these biblical writers who were talking about a spiritual God. The God who created Job was now trying to destroy him. Job was like clay and would return to dust. He could be poured out like milk or curdled like cheese. His skin was like clothes and his bones were knit together. God had given Job life and love. However, God’s heart is hidden. Job knew that if he sinned or was wicked, he would not be acquitted. He could not lift his head because of his disgrace and affliction. He knew that God would come after him like a lion, with many witnesses and fresh troops.