What are the connotations of "u'Meshalem le'Son'av el Panav"?
Rashi, Ramban #1 and Seforno, Targum Onkelos and Targum Yonasan: It means that Hashem pays the Rasha in his lifetime (Rasha ve'Tov lo - Ramban and Seforno), 1 in order to deny him life (in order to destroy him - Targum Yonasan) in the world to come. 2
Seforno: Since 'Hashem does not withhold the reward of any creature'. Or due to Z'chus Avos.
See Sifsei Chachamim.
Ramban: Just as He punished the Egyptians. And when a Rasha lives long, it is due to the Midah of "Shomer ha'Chesed" (in the previous Pasuk - inasmuch as Hashem is rewarding him in his lifetime for a good deed that he performed (See Ramban, DH 've'ha'Midah ha'Zos'). Citing Koheles Rabah, the Ramban ascribes the longevity of a Rasha to one of three reasons: 1. He might do Teshuvah; 2. As a reward for a Mitzvah that he performed; 3. Because perhaps Tzadikim will descend from him - Like we find by King Achaz - Chizkiyahu, King Amon - Yeshayahu and Shim'i ben Geira - Mordechai.
What does "ha'Yom La'asosam" imply?