Treasury of Scripture Knowledge

Summary

But she was plucked up in fury, she was cast down to the ground, and the east wind dried up her fruit: her strong rods were broken and withered; the fire consumed them.

General references

Bible References

She was

Ezekiel 15:6
For this cause the Lord has said: Like the vine-tree among the trees of the woods which I have given to the fire for burning, so will I give the people of Jerusalem.
Psalm 52:5
But God will put an end to you for ever; driving you out from your tent, uprooting you from the land of the living. (Selah.)
Psalm 80:12
Why are its walls broken down by your hands, so that all who go by may take its fruit?
Psalm 89:40
All his walls are broken down; you have given his strong towers to destruction.
Isaiah 5:5
And now, this is what I will do to my vine-garden: I will take away the circle of thorns round it, and it will be burned up; its wall will be broken down and the beasts of the field will go through it;
Jeremiah 31:28
And it will come about that, as I have been watching over them for the purpose of uprooting and smashing down and overturning and sending destruction and causing trouble; so I will be watching over them for the purpose of building up and planting, says the Lord.

The east

Ezekiel 17:10
And if it is planted will it do well? will it not become quite dry at the touch of the east wind, drying up in the bed where it was planted?
Jeremiah 4:11
At that time it will be said to this people and to Jerusalem, A burning wind from the open hilltops in the waste land is blowing on the daughter of my people, not for separating or cleaning the grain;
Hosea 13:15
Though he gives fruit among his brothers, an east wind will come, the wind of the Lord coming up from the waste land, and his spring will become dry, his fountain will be without water: it will make waste the store of all the vessels of his desire.

Strong

Ezekiel 19:11
And she had a strong rod for a rod of authority for the rulers, and it became tall among the clouds and it was seen lifted up among the number of its branches.
2 Kings 23:29
In his days, Pharaoh-necoh, king of Egypt, sent his armies against the king of Assyria to the river Euphrates; and King Josiah went out against him; and he put him to death at Megiddo, when he had seen him.
2 Kings 24:6
So Jehoiakim went to rest with his fathers; and Jehoiachin his son became king in his place.
2 Kings 25:6
And they made the king a prisoner and took him up to the king of Babylon at Riblah to be judged.
Jeremiah 22:10
Let there be no weeping for the dead, and make no songs of grief for him: but make bitter weeping for him who has gone away, for he will never come back or see again the country of his birth.

The fire

Ezekiel 15:4
See, it is put into the fire for burning: the fire has made a meal of its two ends and the middle part of it is burned; is it good for any work?
Ezekiel 20:47
And say to the woodland of the South, Give ear to the words of the Lord: this is what the Lord has said: See, I will have a fire lighted in you, for the destruction of every green tree in you and every dry tree: the flaming flame will not be put out, and all faces from the south to the north will be burned by it.
Deuteronomy 32:22
For my wrath is a flaming fire, burning to the deep parts of the underworld, burning up the earth with her increase, and firing the deep roots of the mountains.
Isaiah 27:11
When its branches are dry they will be broken off; the women will come and put fire to them: for it is a foolish people; for this cause he who made them will have no mercy on them, and he whose work they are will not have pity on them.
Matthew 3:10
And even now the axe is put to the root of the trees; every tree then which does not give good fruit is cut down, and put into the fire.
John 15:6
If a man does not keep himself in me, he becomes dead and is cut off like a dry branch; such branches are taken up and put in the fire and burned.

General references

Jeremiah 22:26
I will send you out, and your mother who gave you birth, into another country not the land of your birth; and there death will come to you.

Basic English, produced by Mr C. K. Ogden of the Orthological Institute - public domain