Behold, he puts no trust in his holy ones; yea, the heavens are not clean in his sight.
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George Leo Haydock
Unchangeable, of his own nature, and during this life. (Calmet) Hebrew and Septuagint, "is not trusted by him "till they have been tried, (Haydock; chap. iv. 17.; None is good but God alone, Mark x. 18.) in comparison. (Tirinus)
38. He repeated that with the title of ‘the heavens,’ which he before denoted by the appellation of the ‘Saints.’ For it is written concerning those very Saints; The heavens are telling the glory of God [Ps. 19, 1]; all of whom have by nature in themselves changeableness proper to them, but while they earnestly desire to attach themselves always to the unchangeable ‘Truth,’ in attaching themselves they bring it to pass that they become unchangeable; and whilst they keep themselves fixed thereto with a full affection, they one day obtain that being carried above themselves, they get the better of this, that in themselves they were changeable. For what is changeableness but a kind of death? which while it changes one thing into another, as it were kills that which was, that that should begin to be which was not. And it is written concerning the Author of all things, Who only hath unchangeableness [1 Tim. 6, 16], in that He only is unchangeable in Himself. Concerning whom it is writ...