Treasury of Scripture Knowledge
They speak vanity every one with his neighbour: with flattering lips and with a double heart do they speak.
A double heart
Not steadfast in his mouth; the midst of them mischiefs; their throat a grave opened; they will be smooth with their tongue,
Thou wilt not draw me with the unjust, and with those working vanity, speaking peace with their neighbors, and evil in their heart
Surely they counseled to thrust down his lifting up: they will delight in falsehood: with their mouth they will praise, and in their inward parts they will curse. Silence.
He revealing a secret going about tale-bearing: and thou shalt not intermingle with him embracing his lips.
A man making smooth against his neighbor spreads a net for his steps.
For no more shall there be any vain vision and smooth divination in the midst of the house of Israel.
For such serve not our Lord Jesus Christ, but their own belly; and by specious language and praise completely deceive the hearts of the innocent.
1 Thessalonians 2:5
For neither once in word were we flatterers, as ye know, neither in a pretext of covetousness; God the witness:
A double heart
1 Chronicles 12:33
From Zebulon coming forth to the army, setting the battle in array with all the utensils of war, fifty thousand to set in order, with not a heart and a heart.
And Laban will say, Good for me to give her to thee rather than for me to give her to another man. Dwell with me.
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 people called aloud, The voice of God, and not of man.