He fashions their hearts alike; he considers all their works.
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Augustine of Hippo
15. "He fashioneth their hearts singly:" He giveth spiritually to their hearts their proper gifts, so that neither the whole body may be eye, nor the whole heating; but that one in this manner, another in that manner, may be incorporated with Christ. "He understandeth all their works" (ver. 15). Before Him are all their works understood.
Every one, sigillatim. Hebrew yachad, means also "together "whence the Origenists inferred (Haydock) that all souls were made at first with Adam. (St. Jerome)
Thus they explained how they came to be all infected. (Berthier)
But God rather creates them when he infuses them into the body. (Denis the Carthusian) (Haydock)
St. Augustine could never decide this important question. This text only proves that God is equally Creator of all; (Ecclesiasticus xviii. 1.; Calmet) and He alone made the hearts and souls of all men, as kata monas implies, Psalm iv. 10., and Geneb. (Amama)