Treasury of Scripture Knowledge
2 Kings 6:33
He was still talking to them when the messenger approached and said, "Look, the Lord is responsible for this disaster! Why should I continue to wait for the Lord to help?"
Then Cain said to the Lord, "My punishment is too great to endure!
When he struck them down, they sought his favor; they turned back and longed for God.
A person's folly subverts his way, and his heart rages against the Lord.
They will pass through the land destitute and starving. Their hunger will make them angry, and they will curse their king and their God as they look upward.
Your children faint; they lie at the head of every street like an antelope in a snare. They are left in a stupor by the Lord's anger, by the battle cry of your God.