Bible Cross References
in mine
Psalm 35:25
Don't let them say to themselves, "We are rid of him! That's just what we wanted!"
Psalm 35:26
May those who gloat over my suffering be completely defeated and confused; may those who claim to be better than I am be covered with shame and disgrace.
Psalm 41:8
They say, "He is fatally ill; he will never leave his bed again."
Psalm 71:10
My enemies want to kill me; they talk and plot against me.
Psalm 71:11
They say, "God has abandoned him; let's go after him and catch him; there is no one to rescue him."
Job 31:29
I have never been glad when my enemies suffered, or pleased when they met with disaster;
Proverbs 17:5
If you make fun of poor people, you insult the God who made them. You will be punished if you take pleasure in someone's misfortune.
Proverbs 24:17
Don't be glad when your enemies meet disaster, and don't rejoice when they stumble.
Proverbs 24:18
The LORD will know if you are gloating, and he will not like it; and then maybe he won't punish them.
Psalm 38:17
I am about to fall and am in constant pain.
Jeremiah 20:10
I hear everybody whispering, "Terror is everywhere! So let's report him to the authorities!" Even my close friends wait for my downfall. "Perhaps he can be tricked," they say; "then we can catch him and get revenge."
1 Corinthians 13:6
love is not happy with evil, but is happy with the truth.
the abjects
Psalm 22:16
An evil gang is around me; like a pack of dogs they close in on me; they tear at my hands and feet.
Psalm 69:12
They talk about me in the streets, and drunkards make up songs about me.
Job 30:1-12
But men younger than I am make fun of me now! Their fathers have always been so worthless that I wouldn't let them help my dogs guard sheep.
They were a bunch of worn-out men, too weak to do any work for me.
They were so poor and hungry that they would gnaw dry roots--- at night, in wild, desolate places.
They pulled up the plants of the desert and ate them, even the tasteless roots of the broom tree!
Everyone drove them away with shouts, as if they were shouting at thieves.
They had to live in caves, in holes dug in the sides of cliffs.
Out in the wilds they howled like animals and huddled together under the bushes.
A worthless bunch of nameless nobodies! They were driven out of the land.
Now they come and laugh at me; I am nothing but a joke to them.
They treat me with disgust; they think they are too good for me, and even come and spit in my face.
Because God has made me weak and helpless, they turn against me with all their fury.
This mob attacks me head-on; they send me running; they prepare their final assault.
Matthew 27:27-30
Then Pilate's soldiers took Jesus into the governor's palace, and the whole company gathered around him.
They stripped off his clothes and put a scarlet robe on him.
Then they made a crown out of thorny branches and placed it on his head, and put a stick in his right hand; then they knelt before him and made fun of him. "Long live the King of the Jews!" they said.
They spat on him, and took the stick and hit him over the head.
Matthew 27:39-44
People passing by shook their heads and hurled insults at Jesus:
"You were going to tear down the Temple and build it back up in three days! Save yourself if you are God's Son! Come on down from the cross!"
In the same way the chief priests and the teachers of the Law and the elders made fun of him:
"He saved others, but he cannot save himself ! Isn't he the king of Israel? If he will come down off the cross now, we will believe in him!
He trusts in God and claims to be God's Son. Well, then, let us see if God wants to save him now!"
Even the bandits who had been crucified with him insulted him in the same way.
Mark 14:65
Some of them began to spit on Jesus, and they blindfolded him and hit him. "Guess who hit you!" they said. And the guards took him and slapped him.
Acts 17:5
But some Jews were jealous and gathered worthless loafers from the streets and formed a mob. They set the whole city in an uproar and attacked the home of a man named Jason, in an attempt to find Paul and Silas and bring them out to the people.
I knew
Psalm 35:8
But destruction will catch them before they know it; they will be caught in their own trap and fall to their destruction!
Psalm 7:2
or else like a lion they will carry me off where no one can save me, and there they will tear me to pieces.
Psalm 57:4
I am surrounded by enemies, who are like lions hungry for human flesh. Their teeth are like spears and arrows; their tongues are like sharp swords.
Job 16:9
In anger God tears me limb from limb; he glares at me with hate.