A divine sentence is in the lips of the king: his mouth transgresses not in judgment.
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George Leo Haydock
Judgment. Or "let it not err "as people look upon the decisions of kings as so many oracles. We ought to act in this manner, as long as they are not visibly unjust. God gave a principal spirit (Psalm l. 14.) to Saul, David, Solomon, and to the judges whom he appointed, 1 Kings x. 9., Deuteronomy xxxiv. 9., and Judges iii. 10. (Calmet)
Solomon was thus enabled to decide difficult cases. (Menochius) (Job xxix. 7.)