Treasury of Scripture Knowledge

Summary

Yea, they are greedy dogs which can never have enough, and they are shepherds that cannot understand: they all look to their own way, every one for his gain, from his quarter.

Can never have enough

Bible References

Yea, they are

1 Samuel 2:12
Now the sons of Eli were evil and good-for-nothing men, having no knowledge of the Lord.
Ezekiel 13:19
And you have put me to shame among my people for a little barley and some bits of bread, sending death on souls for whom there is no cause of death, and keeping those souls living who have no right to life, by the false words you say to my people who give ear to what is false.
Ezekiel 34:2
Son of man, be a prophet against the keepers of the flock of Israel, and say to them, O keepers of the sheep! this is the word of the Lord: A curse is on the keepers of the flock of Israel who take the food for themselves! is it not right for the keepers to give the food to the sheep?
Micah 3:5
This is what the Lord has said about the prophets by whom my people have been turned from the right way; who, biting with their teeth, say, Peace; and if anyone puts nothing in their mouths they make ready for war against him.
Malachi 1:10
If only there was one among you who would see that the doors were shut, so that you might not put a light to the fire on my altar for nothing! I have no pleasure in you, says the Lord of armies, and I will not take an offering from your hands.
Acts 20:29
I am conscious that after I am gone, evil wolves will come in among you, doing damage to the flock;
Philippians 3:2
Be on the watch against dogs, against the workers of evil, against those of the circumcision:
1 Timothy 3:3
Not quickly moved to wrath or blows, but gentle; no fighter, no lover of money;
Titus 1:7
For it is necessary for a Bishop to be a man of virtue, as God's servant; not pushing himself forward, not quickly moved to wrath or blows, not desiring profit for himself;
1 Peter 5:2
Keep watch over the flock of God which is in your care, using your authority, not as forced to do so, but gladly; and not for unclean profit but with a ready mind;
2 Peter 2:3
And in their desire for profit they will come to you with words of deceit, like traders doing business in souls: whose punishment has been ready for a long time and their destruction is watching for them.
Jude 1:11
A curse on them! They have gone in the way of Cain, running uncontrolled into the error of Balaam for reward, and have come to destruction by saying evil against the Lord, like Korah.
Revelation 22:15
Outside are the dogs, and those who make use of evil powers, those who make themselves unclean, and the takers of life, and those who give worship to images, and everyone whose delight is in what is false.

Can never have enough

Ecclesiastes 5:10
He who has a love for silver never has enough silver, or he who has love for wealth, enough profit. This again is to no purpose.

Are shepherds

Micah 3:6
For this cause it will be night for you, without a vision; and it will be dark for you, without knowledge of the future; the sun will go down over the prophets, and the day will be black over them.
Zechariah 11:15
And the Lord said to me, Take again the instruments of a foolish keeper of sheep.
Matthew 13:14
And for them the words of Isaiah have come true, Though you give ear, you will not get knowledge; and seeing, you will see, but the sense will not be clear to you:
John 8:43
Why are my words not clear to you? It is because your ears are shut to my teaching.
2 Corinthians 4:4
Because the god of this world has made blind the minds of those who have not faith, so that the light of the good news of the glory of Christ, who is the image of God, might not be shining on them.

All look

Exodus 23:3
But, on the other hand, do not be turned from what is right in order to give support to a poor man's cause.
Jeremiah 22:17
But your eyes and your heart are fixed only on profit for yourself, on causing the death of him who has done no wrong, and on violent and cruel acts.
2 Peter 2:15
Turning out of the true way, they have gone wandering in error, after the way of Balaam, the son of Beor, who was pleased to take payment for wrongdoing;

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