The haters of the LORD should have submitted themselves unto him: and their fate should have endured forever.
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Augustine of Hippo
18. "The enemies of God have lied unto Him" (ver. 15). Dost thou renounce? I renounce. And he returns to what he renounced. In fact, what things dost thou renounce, except bad deeds, diabolical deeds, deeds to be condemned of God, thefts, plunderings, perjuries, manslayings, adulteries, sacrileges, abominable rites, curious arts. ...
19. If therefore all those works "shall not possess the kingdom of God" (yea not the works, but "they that do such things;" for such works there shall be none in the fire: for they shall not, while burning in that fire, be committing theft or adultery; but "they that do such things shall not possess the kingdom of God"); they shall not therefore be on the right hand, with those to whom it shall be said, "Come, ye blessed of My Father, receive the kingdom:" because, "they that do such things shall not possess the kingdom of God." If therefore on the right they shall not be, there remaineth not but that they must be on the left. To those on the left what ...
Enemies. The faithless Israelites, (Calmet) or infidel nations. (Bossuet)
Ever. Impenitent sinners shall suffer for ever. (Challoner)
The Jews will scarcely be converted at last. (Menochius)
For a long time God bore with their infidelities, and heaped favours upon them. (Haydock)