New Defender's Study Bible Notes
6:9 destroy me. Several times Job expressed his desire to die, but he never considers suicide, recognizing that only God, who gave life, had the right to decide when it should be ended.
6:10 words of the Holy One. Job had access somehow to “the words of the Holy One,” either by direct inspiration or, more likely, through some primitive Scriptures, which were only for the ages before the call of Moses (note Job 23:12).
6:15 My brethren. Job had evidently heretofore had a close relation with these three “friends,” calling them brothers. Now, however, instead of comforting him, they were condemning him.
6:24 cause me to understand. Job repeatedly emphasizes his willingness to confess and forsake any sin in his life if someone would tell him specifically what it was, instead of condemning him in generalities.