Now [is] the end [come] upon thee
This is repeated for the confirmation of it, and for the sake of application of it to the people of Israel, of whom he had before spoken in the third person; but now in the second, in order to arouse them, and excite attention: and I will send mine anger upon thee;
the token of it, the punishment of their sins: and I will judge thee according to thy ways;
pass sentence, and execute it, as their evil ways and practices deserved: and I will recompense,
or "put upon thee" F6, all thine abominations;
cause them to bear as a burden the just punishment of their detestable iniquities; which would be more than they would be able to bear, though not more than they deserved.