What are the connotations of "ha'Tzur Tamim Pa'alo"?
Rashi: In spite of His Might, He does not bring punishments on those who transgress His will with force, but according to the outcome of the judgment - because His work is perfect.
Ramban: 'Hashem's Midas ha'Din is perfect - Whatever emanates from Him is perfect and complete and will never change. 1
Rashbam: 'When Hashem punishes, He is Righteous and correct - because you deserved it. 2
Rosh (1): The angel of death came to take Moshe. Moshe said, go away
Rashbam: As the Torah indicates in Pasuk15.
See Na'ar Yonasan.
What are the connotations of "Ki Chol Derachav Mishpat"?
Seforno: Refer to 32:4:1:4. 'Nor should you ascribe to Hashem injustice, since you also know from experience that His works are perfect, that one cannot add or subtract from them - His ways of goodness and His Midas ha'Din are all just beyond a shadow of doubt.
Targum Yonasan: Refer to 32:4:3:3. 'Three hours He carries out justice'.
Mesilas Yesharim (Perek 4): Since Hashem desires justice, everyone is paid for his good and bad deeds with ultimate precision. There is judgment for everything. There is no escape!
See R. Chavel's footnotes.
What are the implications of "Keil Emunah"?
Rashi: He is a trustworthy G-d who can be relied upon to pay the Tzadikim for their righteousness in the world to come - even though He delays their remuneration, He will ultimately make His words come true.
Seforno: Hashem can be relied upon to carry out the promises that He swore to the Avos - that He would do good to their children on their merit.
What are the implications of "ve'Ein Avel"?
Rashi #1: To the Resha'im too, He pays the reward for their good deeds in this world.
Rashi #2 (in Ta'anis, 11a): Hashem does not do anything without true judgment and righteousness.
Seforno: 'There is no injustice wen He brings punishment on the sinners.
What is the correct translation of "Tzadik ve'Yashar Hu"?
Rashi #1: 'He is Righteous and it is the right thing to do to declare His righteousness'. 1
Rashi #2 (Ta'anis, 11a): He carries out Din on the Tzadikim to punish them in this world and gives right to the wicked to pay all their good deeds in this world. 2
Seforno: He loves righteousness, and in His righteousness He will not forsake His people - and He will not withhold the reward of any creature.
Targum Onkelos and Targum Yonasan #1:'He is righteous and upright'.
Hadar Zekenim (3): Even though He took vengeance against Yisrael before the nations that subjugated them, His judgment is righteous. He is Yashar (pays reward) to those who do His will.