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'They have moved me to jealousy | ty and sow wickedness, reap the with that which is not God; they same. By the blast of God they perhave provoked me to anger with ish, and by the breath of his nostrils their vanities: and I will move them are they consumed. to jealousy with those which are not 5:1. And to which of the saints a people; I will provoke them to wilt thou turn? for wrath killeth the anger with a foolish nation. — 25. foolish man, and envy slayeth the The sword with and terror with- silly one. I have seen the foolish in, shall destroy both the young man taking root: but suddenly I cursed and the virgin, the suckling also with his habitation, his children are far the man of grey hairs. I said, I from safety, and they are crushed in would scatter them into corners, I the gate, neither is there any to dewould make the remembrance of liver them. Whose harvest the hunthem to cease from among men: gry eateth up, and taketh it even out were it not that I feared the wrath of the thorns, and the robber swal
lest their adversaries loweth up their substance. should behave themselves strangely ; 15: 20. The wicked man travailand lest they should say, Our hand eth with pain all his days, and the is high, and the Lord hath not done number of years is hidden to the opall this. — 34. Is not this laid up in pressor. A dreadful sound is in his store with me, and sealed up among
ears : in prosperity the destroyer my treasures? To me belongeth ven- shall come upon him. He believeth geance, and recompense ; their foot not that he shall return out of darkshall slide in due time: for the day ness, and he is waited for of the of their calamity is at hand, and the sword. He wandereth abroad for things that shall come upon them bread, saying, where is it? he knowmake haste.
eth that the day of darkness is ready 2 Kings 21: 10. And the Lord at his hand. Trouble and anguish spake by his servants the prophets, shall make him afraid ; they shall saying, Because Manasseh, king of prevail against him, as a king ready Judah, hath done these abominations, to the battle. For he stretcheth out and hath done wickedly above all his hand against God, and strengththat the Amorites did, which were eneth himself against the Almighty. before him, and hath made Judah He runneth upon him, even on his also to sin with his idols: therefore neck, upon the thick bosses of his thus saith the Lord God of Israel, bucklers. Behold, I am bringing such evil upon 18: 5. Yea, the light of the wickJerusalem and Judah, that whosoev- ed shall be put out, and the spark of er heareth of it, both his ears shall his fire shall not shine. The light tingle. And I will stretch over Je- shall be dark in his tabernacle, and rusalem the line of Samaria, and the his candle shall be put out with him. plummet of the house of Ahab ; and The steps of his strength shall be I will wipe Jerusalem as a man wi- straitened, and his own counsel shall peth a dish, wiping it, and turning cast him down. For he is cast into it upside down. And I will forsake a net by his own feet, and he walkthe remnant of mine inheritance, and eth upon a
- 11. Terrors deliver them into the hand of their shall make him afraid on every side, enemies; and they shall become a and shall drive him to his feet, his prey and a spoil to all their enemies; strength shall be hunger-bitten, and because they have done that which destruction shall be ready at his side. voked me to anger, since the day out of his tabernacle, and it shall their fathers came forth out of Egypt, bring him to the king of terrors. — 16. even unto this day. Moreover Ma- | His roots shall be dried up beneath, nasseh shed innocent blood very and above shall his branch be cut off, much, till he had filled Jerusalem His remembrance shall perish from from one end to another ; beside his | the earth. sin wherewith he made Judah to sin, 20: 4. Knowest thou not this of in doing that which was evil in the old, since man was placed upon sight of the Lord.
earth, that the triumphing of the
wicked is short, and the joy of the 1 JOB 4:8. They that plow iniqui- | hypocrite but for a moment ? though
his excellency mount up to the heav- snares, fire and brimstone, and an ens, and his head reach unto the horrible tempest. This shall be the clouds; yet he shall perish forever. portion of their cup. ... 'They which have seen him shall 12: 3. The LORD shall cut off all say, Where is he? — 12. Though flattering lips, and the tongue that wickedness be sweet in his mouth, speaketh proud things; who have though he hide it under his tongue ; said, with our tongue will we prethough he spare it, and forsake it not, vail ; our lips are our own: who is but keep it still within his mouth: yet Lord over us? his meat in his bowels is turned, it 14: 4. Have all the workers of inis the gall of asps within him. He iquity no knowledge, who eat up my hath swallowed down riches, and he people as they eat bread, and call shall vomit them up again: God shall not upon the LORD? There were they cast them out of his belly. — 19. Be- in great fear; for God is in the gencause he hath oppressed and hath eration of the righteous. forsaken the poor ; because he hath 1:4. The ungodly are not so: but violently taken away an house which are like the chaff which the wind he builded not. - 27. The heavens driveth away. Therefore the ungodly shall reveal his iniquity ; and the shall not stand in the judgment; nor earth shall rise up against him. The sinners in the congregation of the increase of his house shall depart, righteous. and his goods shall flow away in the 2: 4. He that sitteth in the heavday of his wrath. This is the portion ens shall laugh: the Lord shall have of a wicked man from God, and the them in derision. Then shall he heritage appointed unto him by God. speak unto them in his wrath, and vex
them in his sore displeasure. – 10. 11 21: 16. Lo, their good is not Be wise, now, therefore, 0 ye kings! in their hand: the counsel of the Be instructed, ye rulers of the earth. wicked is far from me. How oft is 9:16. The wicked is snared in the candle of the wicked put out ? the work of his own hands. The and how oft cometh their destruction wicked shall be turned into hell, and rows in his anger. They are as stub-a 21:28. Thy right hand shall find ble before the wind, and as chaff that out those that hate thee. Thou shalt the storm carrieth away. God layeth make them as a fiery oven in the up his iniquity for his children: he time of thine anger. The Lord shall rewardeth him, and he shall know swallow them up in his wrath. it. His eyes shall see his destruction, 26: 9. Gather not my soul with and he shall drink of the wrath of sinners, nor my life with bloody the Almighty. For what pleasure men. In whose hand is mischief, hath he in his house after him, when and their right hand is full of bribes. the number of his months is cut off 31:23. The Lord ... plentifully in the midst ? --- 30. That the wick- rewardeth the proud doer. ed is reserved to the day of destruc- 32: 10. Many sorrows shall be tion ? they shall be brought forth to to the wicked. the day of wrath,
34 : 16. The face of the LORD Ps. 7: 11. God judgeth the right is against them that do evil; to cut eous, and God is angry with the off the remembrance of them from wicked every day. If he turn not, he the earth. — 21. Evil shall slay the will whet his glittering sword: he wicked ; and they that hate the hath bent his bow, and made it righteous shall be desolate. ready. He hath also prepared for 37: 1. Fret not thyself because him the instruments of death. He of evil doers; neither be thou enviordaineth his arrows against the per- ous at the workers of iniquity ; for secutors. .., He made a pit and is they shall soon be cut down like the fallen into the ditch which he made. grass. 9. Evil doers shall be cut His mischief shall return upon his off. Yet a little while and the wickown head, and his violent dealing ed shall not be ; thou shalt diligently shall come down upon his own pate. consider his place, and it shall not be.
11 : 5. The wicked and him - 13. The Lord shall laugh at him, that loveth violence his soul hateth. for he seeth that his day is coming. Upon the wicked he shall rain Their sword shall enter into their own heart. — 35. I have seen heart, and he deviseth mischief conthe wicked in great power and tinually. He soweih discord. Therespreading himself like a green bay fore shall his calamity come suddentree, yet he passed away, and lo! ly. Suddenly shall he be broken he was not. Yea I sought him, but without remedy. he could not be found.
9: 12. If thou scornest, thou 73: 16. When I thought to know alone shalt bear it. this it was too painful for me, until 10: 7. The name of the wicked I went into the sanctuary of the shall rot. - 24. The fear of the Lord. Then understood I their wicked, it shall come upon him.. As end. Surely thou didst set them in the whirlwind passeth : so is the slippery places; thou castedst them wicked no more. The years of the down into destruction. How are wicked shall be shortened; the exthey brought into desolation as in pectation of the wicked shall perish: a moment. They are utterly con- destruction shall be to the workers sumed with terror.
11: 2. When pride cometh, then | 75: 8. For in the hand of the cometh shame. The perverseness LORD there is a cup, and the wine of transgressors shall destroy them. is red; it is full of mixture; and he 'The wicked shall fall by his own poureth out the same; but the dregs wickedness. When a wicked man thereof all the wicked of the earth dieth, his expectation shall perish; shall wring them out and drink and the hope of the unjust man them.
perisheth. He that pursueth evil, 76: 10. Thou wilt cause the wrath pursueth it to his own
death. of man to praise thee; and the re- | Though hand join in hand, the mainder of wrath shalt thou restrain. wicked shall not go unpunished.
112: 10. The desire of the wick- 13: 9. The lamp of the wicked ed shall perish.
shall be put out. — 15. The way of 140: 11. Evil shall hunt the vio- transgressors is_hard. lent man to overthrow im.
sueth sinners. The wealth the Prov. 1: 23. I also will laugh at sinner is laid up for the just. your calamity, and will mock when 14: 9. Fools make a mock at sin. your fear cometh ; when your fear – 11. The house of the wicked shall cometh as a desolation, and your de- be overthrown ... There is a way struction as a whirlwind: when dis- that seemeth right unto a man, but tress and anguish cometh upon you. the end_thereof are the ways of
Then shall they call upon me; but Ideath. Even in laughter the heart will not answer; they shall seek me is sorrowful: and the end of that but they shall not find me: for that mirth is heaviness. they hated knowledge, and did not 16: 4. The Lord hath made all choose the fear of the Lord; they things for himself; yea, even the would none of my counsel; they wicked for the day of evil. despised all my reproof; therefore shall they eat of the fruit of || 17: 13. Whoso rewardeth evil their own way; and be fed with for good, evil shall not depart from their own devices. The turning his house. away of the simple shall slay them. 22: 8. He that soweth iniquity
2: 22. The wicked shall be cut shall reap vanity. off from the earth; and the trans- 24: 20. There shall be no regressor shall be rooted out.
ward to the evil man. The candle 3: 33. The curse of the Lord is of the wicked shall be put out.
he scorneth the scorners ...shame proved hardeneth his neck, shall shall be the promotion of fools. suddenly be destroyed, and that
5: 22. His own iniquity shall without remedy. take the wicked himself; and he Isa. 3: 10. Say ye to the rightshall be bolden with the cords of eous, that it shall be well with him: his sin. He shall die without in- for they shall eat the fruit of their struction, and in the greatness of doings. Woe unto the wicked ! it his folly shall he go astray.
shall be ill with him: for the reward 6: 14. Frowardness is in his of his hands shall be given him.
be their prey:
5: 13. Therefore my people are decree unrighteous decrees, and that gone into captivity, because they write grievousness which they have have no knowledge: and their hon- prescribed; to turn aside the needy orable men are famished, and their from judgment, and to take away multitude dried up with thirst. the right from the poor of my peoTherefore hell hath enlarged her- ple, that widows may self, and opened her mouth without and that they may rob the fathermeasure: and their glory, and their less; and what will ye do in the multitude, and their pomp, and he day of visitation, and in the desolathat rejoiceth, shall descend into it. tion which shall come from far ? And the mean man shall be brought To whom will ye flee for help? down, and the mighty man shall be 13: 6. Howl ye: for the day of humbled, and the eyes of the lofty the Lord is at hand; it shall come shall be humbled: but the Lord of as a desolation from the Almighty. hosts shall be exalted in judgment, Therefore shall all hands be faint, and God that is holy shall be sancti- and every man's heart shall melt, fied in righteousness.—18. Woe unto and they shall be afraid. ... Behold them that draw iniquity with cords the day of the Lord cometh, cruel of vanity, and sin as it were with a both with wrath, and fierce anger, cart-rope: that say, Let him make to lay the land desolate ; and he speed, and hasten his work, that we shall destroy the sinners thereof out may see it: and let the counsel of of it. the Holy One of Israel draw nigh 24:1. Behold, the Lord maketh and come, that we may know it! | the earth empty, and maketh it Woe unto them that call evil good, waste, and turneth it upside down, and good evil; that put darkness and scattereth abroad the inhabitfor light, and light for darkness; ants thereof. And it shall be, as with that put bitter for sweet, and sweet the people, so with the priest ; as for bitter! Woe unto them that are with the servant, so with his maswise in their own eyes, and prudent ter ; as with the maid, so with her in their own ht! Woe unto them mistress; as with the buyer, so with that are mighty to drink wine, and the seller; as with the lender, so men of strength to mingle strong with the borrower; as with the ladrink: which justify the wicked for ker of usury, so with the giver of reward, and take away the righte- usury to him. The land shall be ousness of the righteous from him! utterly emptied, and utterly spoiled, Therefore as the fire devoureth the for the Lord hath spoken this word. stubble, and the flame consumeth The earth mourneth and fadeth the chaff, so their root shall be as away, the world lauguisheth and rotteoness, and their blossom shall | fadeth away, the haughty people of go up as dust... therefore is the anger the earth do languish. The earth of the LORD kindled against his peo- also is defiled under the inhabitants ple, and he hath stretched forth his thereof; because they have transhand against them, and hath smitten gressed the laws, changed the ordithem; and the hills did tremble, and nance, broken the everlasting covetheir carcasses were torn in the
Therefore hath the curse midst of the streets. For all this devoured the earth, and they that his anger is not turned away, but dwell therein are desolate : therehis hand is stretched out still.
fore the inhabitants of the earth are
burned, and few men left. — 16. 8:21. And they shall pass through The treacheronis dealers have dealt it, hardly bestead and hungry: and treacherously ; yea, the treacherous it shall come to pass, that when they dealers have dealt very treacherousshall be hungry, they shall fret them- ly. Fear, and the pit, and the snare selves, and curse their king and are upon thee, O inhabitant of the their God, and look upward. And earth. And it shall come to pass, they shall look unto the earth; and that he who fleeth from the noise of behold trouble and darkness ; dim- the fear shall fall into the pit; and ness of anguish ; and they shall be he that cometh up out of the midst driven to darkness.
of the pit shall be taken in the 10: 1. Woe unto them that