Thematic Bible




Thematic Bible



Now listen, you who say, "Today or tomorrow we will go to such and such a town, stay there a year, conduct business, and make money." You do not know what tomorrow will bring. What is your life? You are a mist that appears for a little while and then vanishes. Instead you should say, "If the Lord wants us to, we will live and do this or that." read more.
But you boast about your proud intentions. All such boasting is evil.

When the LORD smelled the pleasing aroma, he told himself, "I will never again curse the land because of human beings even though human inclinations remain evil from youth nor will I destroy every living being ever again, as I've done.

"Indeed, my people have committed two evils: they have forsaken me, the fountain of living water, and they have dug cisterns for themselves, broken cisterns that cannot hold water."

"The heart is more deceitful than anything. It is incurable who can know it? I am the LORD who searches the heart, who tests the inner depths to give to each person according to what he deserves, according to the fruit of his deeds.

Furthermore, the crimes of bad people are evil; and they devise wicked schemes, destroying the poor with lying words, even when needy people plead a just cause.


There is a tragedy that infects everything that happens on earth: a common event happens to everyone. In fact, the hearts of human beings are full of evil. Madness remains in their hearts while they live, and afterwards they join the dead.

Here's another tragedy that I've observed on earth, a kind of error that comes from an overseer: Foolishness is given great honor, while the prosperous sit in lowly places. And I have observed servants riding on horses, while princes walk on the ground like servants.


It's not fitting for a fool to live in luxury; neither is it for a servant to rule over princes.

Then Haman told them about his splendid wealth, the number of his sons, all the ways the king had honored him, and that he had promoted him above all the other officials and ministers of the king.

Sometime later King Ahasuerus promoted Hammedatha the Agagite's son Haman, elevating him to a position above all the other officials who were with him.


Under a slave when he becomes a king, a fool when he is overfed,

And I have observed servants riding on horses, while princes walk on the ground like servants.


It's not fitting for a fool to live in luxury; neither is it for a servant to rule over princes.

Then Haman told them about his splendid wealth, the number of his sons, all the ways the king had honored him, and that he had promoted him above all the other officials and ministers of the king.

Sometime later King Ahasuerus promoted Hammedatha the Agagite's son Haman, elevating him to a position above all the other officials who were with him.


Under a slave when he becomes a king, a fool when he is overfed,

And I have observed servants riding on horses, while princes walk on the ground like servants.


And I have observed servants riding on horses, while princes walk on the ground like servants.


And I have observed servants riding on horses, while princes walk on the ground like servants.


Now let this present that your servant has brought to your majesty be given to the young men who follow your majesty.

And I have observed servants riding on horses, while princes walk on the ground like servants.

After Ahab had left, the hand of the LORD came upon Elijah, and he tucked his mantle into his belt and outran Ahab in a race to the city gate of Jezreel.

So she saddled a donkey and told her servant, "Forward, driver! Don't slow down on my account, unless I tell you!"