You, even you, are to be feared: and who may stand in your sight when once you are angry?
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George Leo Haydock
And. Hebrew, "thou, and who shall subsist before thee in the moment of thy wrath? "Houbigant rejects the second thou. (Berthier)
From. From the time that thy wrath shall break out. (Challoner)
Ex tunc, often relates to a distant period. We have long known the effects of thy indignation. (Calmet) (Hebrews x. 31.)
At the first notice of thy will the enemy is dejected, and fears thy potent anger. (Worthington)