9309. For he will not endure your transgression. That this signifies because these are opposed to truths from good, is evident from the signification of "transgression," as being that which is contrary to the truths of faith (see n. 9156), thus opposed to truths from good, which are the truths of faith. That truths from good are the truths of faith is because faith is of good, insomuch that it is impossible except where there is good. Therefore by "not enduring your transgression" is signified not enduring falsities from evil, because they are opposed to truths from good. (Concerning this opposition see above, n. 9298.) The like is also meant in David:
Kiss the Son, lest He be angry, and ye perish in the way, because His anger will quickly burn. Blessed are all they that put their trust in Him (Ps. 2:12).
The Lord is here called "the Son" from the truth of faith which is from Him. (That this is "the Son," see n. 1729, 1733, 2159, 2803, 2813, 3704.)