Wisdom - Chapter 19
1 But the godless were assailed by merciless anger to the very end, for he knew beforehand what they would do,
3 They were actually still conducting their mourning rites and lamenting at the tombs of their dead, when another mad scheme came into their heads and they set out to pursue, as though runaways, the people whom they had expelled and begged to go.
4 A well-deserved fate urged them to this extreme and made them forget what had already happened, so that they would add to their torments the one punishment outstanding
7 Overshadowing the camp there was the cloud; where there had been water, dry land was seen to rise; the Red Sea became an unimpeded way, the tempestuous waves, a green plain;
13 On the sinners, however, punishments rained down not without violent thunder as early warning; and they suffered what their own crimes had justly deserved since they had shown such bitter hatred to foreigners.
15 The sinners, moreover, will certainly be punished for it, since they gave the foreigners a hostile welcome;
20 fire reinforced its strength in water, and water forgot the power of extinguishing it;
22 Yes, Lord, in every way you have made your people great and glorious; you have never failed to help them at any time or place.
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