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though . . . full end of all nations . . . yet . . . not . . . of thee— (Amos 9:8). The punishment of reprobates is final and fatal; that of God's people temporary and corrective. Babylon was utterly destroyed: Israel after chastisement was delivered.
in measure—literally, "with judgment," that is, moderation, not in the full rigor of justice (Jeremiah 10:24; Jeremiah 46:28; Psalms 6:1; Isaiah 27:8).
not . . . altogether unpunished— (Exodus 34:7).
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