You have got to be kidding! Did you mean to say "no punishment for the sons of G-d"? I'm replying to Hoowantstono first.
We humans were given the power of choice remember? The Deuteronomy verse should have been quoted completely. Deuteronomy 30:15-20 " See, I have placed before you today the life and the good, and the death and the evil, that which I command you today, to love Adonai, your G-d, to walk in his ways, to observe His commandments, His decrees, and His ordinances; then you will live and you will multiply, and Adonai, your G-d will bless you in the Land to which you come, to possess it. But if your heart will stray and you will not listen, and you are led astray, and you prostrate yourself to strange gods and serve them, I tell you today you will surely be lost; you will not lengthen your days upon the Land that you cross the Jordan to come there, to possess it.. I call heaven and earth today to bear witness against you: I have placed life and death before you, blessing and curse; and you shall choose life, so that you will live, you and your offspring- to love Adonai, your G-d, to listen to His voice and to cleave to Him, for He is your life and the length of your days, to dwell upon the land that Adonai swore to your forefathers, to Abraham, to Isaac, and to Jacob, to give them."
There are several other places within the "Five Books of Moses" where you can find this. Choose life so that you may live. I understand that reconcilliation between free will and G-d's omniciense are difficult to reconcile. I have and will continue to write about this topic, but for now I will try to simplify it for you. G-d does know all which can happen, because for every decision we make, the consequences will be different. G-d sees all of the potential consequences simultaneously. Your destiny on earth will be made available to you time and again if need be. If you always choose not to follow your destiny, you will have another opportunity to do so when you are reincarnated.
Most importantly, remember, all of our choices, whether of inaction, or action have consequences. I hope this helps.