“They also do no iniquity: They walk in his ways.”
“They”, is the pronoun of the ‘blessed’ who “keep”(v2) the testimonies of the Lord, who also “Walk”(v1) in the Law of the Lord, these could clearly do no iniquity, how can they do iniquity for they “walk in his ways”? They do not walk in their own ways, they do not walk in the ways of other men, they walk only in “his” ways; this being the Lord of those Testimonies, the God of the Law, the one who’s ways are good, just and holy.
The blessed are unlike the many who confirm the words of Job when he testified of the wicked as ‘they say unto God “Depart from us; for we desire not the knowledge of thy ways”’. Not only do they not walk in his ways, but they desire not even the knowledge of them!
Who can do iniquity when God, who’s ways they keep, has no iniquity? The apostle Paul speaks with all certainty, “This I say then, walk in the Spirit and ye shall not fulfill the lust of the flesh”.
Pr Edi Giudetti