And there shall you remember your ways, and all your doings, wherein you have been defiled…
There is a force which fashions suns and impels the movements producing their huge stores of heat; a force which sustains the march of constellations through terms of time that mock our little earthly history, a force which drives the tides and sweeps through the tempests, a force which vivifies and upholds the restless and ever-extending mystery of life, a force which rules the rise and fall of empires and civilisation — and that force is infinite. But from the same spring there issues a less obtrusive force belonging to another order of operations — the force which detaches man from idols; the force which frees him from the legion evils that have trampled his greatness in the dust, which makes sympathies and antipathies strangely change places in his nature, so that he comes to hate what he loved, and to love what he once hated; the force which works out the new creation of the Gospel — and that force is no less infinite though it is dealing with persons rather than things. In the realms of thought, morals, human conduct, God's power is just as far-reaching as in the realm of physics.
(T. G. Selby.)
Parallel VersesKJV: And there shall ye remember your ways, and all your doings, wherein ye have been defiled; and ye shall lothe yourselves in your own sight for all your evils that ye have committed.