Treasury of Scripture Knowledge
And they will deceive every one his neighbour, and will not speak the truth: they have taught their tongue to speak lies, and weary themselves to commit iniquity.
And they will mock, a man upon his neighbor, and they will not speak the truth: they taught their tongue to speak falsehood, they wearied themselves to sin.
Transgressing and lying against Jehovah, and departing from after our God, speaking violence and apostasy, they conceived and muttered from the heart words of falsehood.
For her rich ones were full of violence, and her inhabitants spake falsehood, and their tongue of deceit in their mouth.
Wherefore falsehood ye having put away, speak the truth each with his neighbor: for ye are members one of another.
Shall thy empty talks cause men to be silent? and wilt thou deride and none making ashamed?
And they will bend their tongue, their bow, a lie: and they were not strong for faithfulness upon the land; for from evil to evil they went forth, and they knew me not, says Jehovah.
For thy mouth will accustom itself to thine iniquity, and thou wilt choose the tongue of the crafty.
Thou sentest thy month into evil, and thy tongue will contrive deceit
Who sharpened as a sword their tongue, they bent their arrows a bitter word:
They sharpened their tongue as a serpent; the poison of asps under their lips. Silence,
1 Timothy 4:2
In the hypocrisy of speaking falsely; burned with a hot iron in their own consciousness;
And the men which were at the door of the house, they struck with blindness, from small to great: and they will be wearied to find the door.
Behold, lie will bring forth vanity, and he conceived trouble, and he will bring forth falsehood.
For they slept not, if they shall not do evil; and their sleep was taken away, if they shall not cause to falter.
Wo to those drawing iniquity with cords of evil, and sin as the cords of a wagon:
They will help a man his neighbor, and he will say to his brother, Be strong.
The workman of iron with an axe also worked with coal, and he will cleave it with hammers, and will work with the arm of his strength: also he hungered and no strength: he drank not water and was wearied.
In the abundance of thy way thou wert wearied; thou midst, Not to give over; thou didst find the living of thy hand; for this, thou wert not pained.
She was wearied with labors, and her great rust shall not go forth from her: in the fire her rust
My people, what did I to thee? and in what did I weary thee? answer to me.
Behold, is it not from Jehovah of armies, and the peoples shall labor in a sufficiency of fire, and the peoples shall be wearied in a sufficiency of emptiness?
And she will leave his garment by her till his lord came to his house.
And Delilah will say to Samson, Announce now to me in what is thy great strength, and in what thou shalt be bound to humble thee.
Wherefore wilt thou cause me to see vanity and cause me to look at labor? and oppression and violence before me, and there will be contention, and strife will be raised up.
And the Jews also agreed, saying, these things hold so.