Bible Cross References
Job 5:5
Hungry people will eat the fool's crops--- even the grain growing among thorns --- and thirsty people will envy his wealth.
Job 18:9-19
a trap catches their heels and holds them.
On the ground a snare is hidden; a trap has been set in their path.
All around them terror is waiting; it follows them at every step.
They used to be rich, but now they go hungry; disaster stands and waits at their side.
A deadly disease spreads over their bodies and causes their arms and legs to rot.
They are torn from the tents where they lived secure, and are dragged off to face King Death.
Now anyone may live in their tents--- after sulfur is sprinkled to disinfect them!
Their roots and branches are withered and dry.
Their fame is ended at home and abroad; no one remembers them any more.
They will be driven out of the land of the living, driven from light into darkness.
They have no descendants, no survivors.
Job 20:18
They will have to give up all they have worked for; they will have no chance to enjoy their wealth,
Deuteronomy 28:29
You will grope about in broad daylight like someone blind, and you will not be able to find your way. You will not prosper in anything you do. You will be constantly oppressed and robbed, and there will be no one to help you.
Deuteronomy 28:33
A foreign nation will take all the crops that you have worked so hard to grow, while you receive nothing but constant oppression and harsh treatment.
Deuteronomy 28:34
Your sufferings will make you lose your mind.
Deuteronomy 28:50
They will be ruthless and show no mercy to anyone, young or old.
Deuteronomy 28:51
They will eat your livestock and your crops, and you will starve to death. They will not leave you any grain, wine, olive oil, cattle, or sheep; and you will die.
Judges 6:3-6
Whenever the Israelites would plant their crops, the Midianites would come with the Amalekites and the desert tribes and attack them.
They would camp on the land and destroy the crops as far south as the area around Gaza. They would take all the sheep, cattle, and donkeys, and leave nothing for the Israelites to live on.
They would come with their livestock and tents, as thick as locusts. They and their camels were too many to count. They came and devastated the land,
and Israel was helpless against them.