Psalms 97:7

Confounded be all they that serve graven images, that boast themselves of idols: worship him, all you gods.
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George Leo Haydock

AD 1849
Idols. Hebrew Elilim, Psalm xcv. 5. (Haydock) Angels. Hebrew Elohim, means also, all who have power. Chaldean, "idols. "St. Paul, (Hebrews i. 6.) quotes this in the third person; Let all the angels, (Calmet) or rather he alludes to the Septuagint, (Deuteronomy xxxii. 43.) which clearly speaks of the Messias, and may therefore have been altered in the Hebrew text, which St. Jerome translated. The psalmist expresses the same idea as Moses had done. (Berthier) Both those who adore idols of their own imagination, and their graven things, are condemned. (Worthington)
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