Treasury of Scripture Knowledge
Take ye heed every one of his neighbour, and trust ye not in any brother: for every brother will utterly supplant, and every neighbour will walk with slanders.
For even thy brethren and the house of thy father, Even they! have betrayed thee, Even they, have cried after thee with full voice, - Do not trust in them, though they speak unto thee fair words.
Deception, speak they, every one with his neighbour, - with lips uttering smooth things - with a heart and a heart, do they speak.
Engulfing ruin, is in her midst, And there depart not from her broadway, oppression and deceit.
With his lips, the hater dissembleth, but, within himself, he layeth up deceit:
Do not trust in a friend, do not put confidence in an associate, - from her that lieth in thy bosom, keep thou the doors of thy mouth;
But beware of men; for they will deliver you up into high-councils, and, in their synagogues, will they scourge you, -
But ye will be delivered up, even by parents, and brethren, and kinsfolk, and friends, and they will put to death some from among you;
Then he said, Thy brother came in with deceit, - and took away thy blessing.
Then he said - Not Jacob, shall thy name be called any more, but Israel, - For thou hast contended with God and with men and hast prevailed.
1 Thessalonians 4:6
Not over-reaching and defrauding, in the matter, his brother; because, an avenger, is the Lord, concerning all these things, - even as we before told you, and solemnly called you to witness.
They all, are rebels of rebels, Slander-walkers They are bronze and iron! As for them all, corrupters, they are!
Thou shalt not go about talebearing, among thy people Thou shalt not stand by, over the blood of thy neighbour: I, am Yahweh.
Hath not carried slander on his tongue, hath not done his friend a wrong, nor, a reproach, taken up against his neighbour;
These six things, doth Yahweh hate, yea, seven, are the abomination of his soul: -
He that concealeth hatred, hath false lips, and he that sendeth forth slander, the same, is a dullard.
A hammer and a sword, and a sharpened arrow, is a man becoming a false witness against his neighbour.
Slanders, have arisen in thee For the sake of shedding blood,- And unto the mountains, have they eaten in thee, Lewdness, have they practised in the midst of thee:
1 Peter 2:1
Putting away, therefore, all vice and all deceit and hypocrisy and envyings and all detractions,
So she laid by his garment beside her, - until his lord should come into his house,
So Delilah said unto Samson, Do tell me, I pray thee, wherein lieth thy great strength, - and wherewith thou mightest be bound, to humble thee.
Wherefore shouldst thou let me see iniquity, and, wrong, shouldst let me behold, and, force and violence, be straight before me, - and there should have ever been someone who, contention and strife, would uphold?
Moreover, the Jews also were joining in the attack, saying that, these things, were, so.