Millions miss a meal or two each day.
Help us change that! Click to donate today!
Wilson's Dictionary of Bible Types
Psalm 7:2 (b) The feelings of the prophet were injured and he felt it keenly. (See also Psalm 35:15).
Psalm 50:22 (a) This figure represents GOD's wrath in destroying His enemies, and conquering His foes. (See Jeremiah 15:3; Hosea 5:14).
Ezekiel 13:20 (b) GOD will remove false cults, false religions and false faiths on which people lean, and in which they trust for comfort and consolation.
Hosea 13:8 (b) This indicates that GOD will permit the nation to destroy the people of Israel, and to take over their land, their possessions and their persons.
Amos 1:11 (b) By this is described the wrath of Edom against Israel. They constantly sought to invade Israel, destroying the property, taking the people captive.
Nahum 2:12 (b) In this way we learn of the wrath of Nineveh and Assyria against the people of Israel. This nation was constantly at war with the people of GOD, and sought to destroy them.
These files are public domain.
Text Courtesy of BibleSupport.com. Used by Permission.
Watson, Walter. Entry for 'Tear (Verb)'. Wilson's Dictoinary of Bible Types. https://www.studylight.org/dictionaries/eng/wdt/t/tear-verb.html. 1957.