Treasury of Scripture Knowledge

Summary

The crown of pride, the drunkards of Ephraim, shall be trodden under feet:

The crown

General references

Bible References

The crown

Isaiah 28:1
Ho! crown of pride of those who are given up to wine in Ephraim, and the dead flower of his glory which is on the head of those who are overcome by strong drink!

Shall

Isaiah 25:10
For in this mountain will the hand of the Lord come to rest, and Moab will be crushed down in his place, even as the dry stems of the grain are crushed under foot in the waste place.
Isaiah 26:6
It will be crushed under the feet of the poor and the steps of those who are in need.
2 Kings 9:33
And he said, Take her and put her out of the window. So they sent her down with force, and her blood went in a shower on the wall and on the horses; and she was crushed under their feet.
Lamentations 1:15
The Lord has made sport of all my men of war in me, he has got men together against me to send destruction on my young men: the virgin daughter of Judah has been crushed like grapes under the feet of the Lord.
Daniel 8:13
Then there came to my ears the voice of a holy one talking; and another holy one said to that certain one who was talking, How long will the vision be while the regular burned offering is taken away, and the unclean thing causing fear is put up, and the holy place crushed under foot?
Hebrews 10:29
But will not the man by whom the Son of God has been crushed under foot, and the blood of the agreement with which he was washed clean has been taken as an unholy thing, and who has had no respect for the Spirit of grace, be judged bad enough for a very much worse punishment?
Revelation 11:2
But do not take the measure of the space outside the house; because it has been given to the nations: and the holy town will be under their feet for forty-two months.

General references

Isaiah 17:9
In that day your towns will be like the waste places of the Hivites and the Amorites which the children of Israel took for a heritage, and they will come to destruction.

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