They are not humbled [even] unto this day
Not contrite under a sense of their sins, nor truly penitent for them; not humbled before God nor man, so as to acknowledge them, mourn over them, and forsake them. The Targum is,
``they cease not unto this day;''that is, from committing the same things; which shows they had no true humiliation and contrition for them. This is to be understood, not of the Jews in Babylon only, but chiefly of those in Egypt; there being a change of person from you to they; the Lord not vouchsafing to speak to them who were so obdurate and impenitent, but of them, and to some other, as the prophet, concerning them: neither have they feared;
the Lord; neither his goodness nor his judgments; or served and worshipped him with reverence and godly fear, as became them: nor walked in my law, nor in my statutes, that I set before you, and
before your fathers;
a full proof this that they neither had true repentance for their sins, nor the fear of God in their hearts; for, had they, these would have led them to obedience to the divine will.