Treasury of Scripture Knowledge


The horn of Moab is cut off, and his arm is broken, saith the LORD.

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Bible References


Psalm 75:10
By him will all the horns of the sinners be cut off; but the horns of the upright will be lifted up.
Lamentations 2:3
In his burning wrath every horn of Israel has been cut off; his right hand has been turned back before the attacker: he has put a fire in Jacob, causing destruction round about.
Daniel 7:8
I was watching the horns with care, and I saw another coming up among them, a little one, before which three of the first horns were pulled up by the roots: and there were eyes like a man's eyes in this horn, and a mouth saying great things.
Daniel 8:7
And I saw him come right up to the sheep, and he was moved with wrath against him, attacking the sheep so that his two horns were broken; and the sheep had not strength to keep his place before him, but was pushed down on the earth and crushed under his feet: and there was no one to get the sheep out of his power.
Zechariah 1:19
And I said to the angel who was talking to me, What are these? And he said to me, These are the horns which have sent Judah, Israel, and Jerusalem in flight.

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Numbers 32:37
And the children of Reuben were the builders of Heshbon and Elealeh and Kiriathaim;
Job 22:9
You have sent widows away without hearing their cause, and you have taken away the support of the child who has no father.
Psalm 10:15
Let the arm of the sinner and the evil-doer be broken; go on searching for his sin till there is no more.
Psalm 37:17
For the arms of the evil-doers will be broken: but the Lord is the support of the good.
Ezekiel 30:21
Son of man, the arm of Pharaoh, king of Egypt, has been broken by me, and no band has been put round it to make it well, no band has been twisted round it to make it strong for gripping the sword.

General references

Amos 2:3
And I will have the judge cut off from among them, and all their captains I will put to death with him, says the Lord.

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