65. Give them sorrow of heart, thy curse unto them.
65. Des illis impedimentum cordis (alii, obstinationem,) maledictionem tuam illis (vel maledictio tua illis.)
He expresses what the vengeance was to be, even that God would give them up to a reprobate mind; for by
We now then perceive what the Prophet meant by asking God to give to his enemies the
1 The word meant "covering, as rendered by the Sept.; the Syr. Has "sorrow," and the Vulg. "shield," which has no meaning. What is no doubt meant is hardness or blindness --
Give them blindness of heart:
Thy curse be to them. -- Ed.
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