but he did not look favorably upon Cain and his offering. When Cain became very upset and depressed, the LORD asked Cain, "Why are you so upset? Why are you depressed?
Their anger is cursed, because it is so fierce, as is their vehemence, because it is so cruel. I will separate them throughout Jacob's territory and disperse them throughout Israel."
I didn't sit in the company of those who have fun, and I didn't rejoice. Because of your hand on me, I sat alone, for you filled me with indignation.
Then the Spirit of the LORD rushed upon him, and he went down to Ashkelon, killed 30 men, took their belongings, and gave the garments to those who had told him the solution to the riddle. He remained furious, left for his father's house,
1 Samuel 11:6
When Saul heard these words, the Spirit of God came on him, and he was very angry.
1 Samuel 18:8
Saul was very angry and he did not like what the women sang. He told himself, "They have attributed tens of thousands to David, but to me they have attributed thousands. What else can he have but the kingdom?"
1 Samuel 20:7
If he says, "Good,' then your servant will be safe. But if he actually gets angry, you will know that his intentions are evil.
2 Samuel 6:8
David flew into a rage because the LORD had killed Uzzah. That's why that place is called Perez-uzzah to this day.
2 Samuel 11:20
if the king starts to get angry and asks you, "Why did you get so near the city to fight? Didn't you know they would shoot from the wall?
2 Samuel 12:5
David flew into a rage at the man and told Nathan, "As the LORD lives, the man who did this deserves to die!
2 Samuel 13:21
When King David heard all about these developments, he flew into a rage over it.
1 Kings 20:43
After hearing this, the king of Israel rode back to his palace in Samaria, frustrated and in a foul mood.
1 Kings 21:4
Ahab went back to his palace, sullen and in a foul mood, because Naboth the Jezreelite had turned down Ahab's offer by saying "I will not transfer my ancestors' inheritance to you!" He laid down on his bed, curled up with his face to the wall, and refused to eat.
2 Kings 5:11
But Naaman flew into a rage and left, telling himself, "Look! I thought "He's surely going to come out to me, stand still, call out in the name of the LORD his God, wave his hand over the infection, and cure the leprosy!'
2 Kings 5:12
Aren't the Abana and Pharpar rivers in Damascus better than all of the water in Israel? Couldn't I just bathe in them and become clean?" So he turned away and left, filled with anger.
Nebuchadnezzar flew into a rage and furiously ordered that Shadrach, Meshach, and Abednego be brought before him.
Out of control with rage, Nebuchadnezzar's facial expression changed toward Shadrach, Meshach, and Abednego, and he ordered that the furnace be heated seven times hotter than usual.
When Sanballat heard that we were reconstructing the wall, he flew into a rage, became indignant, and mocked the Jews.
But when Sanballat, Tobiah, the Arabs, the Ammonites, and the Ashdodites heard that the repair work on the Jerusalem wall was progressing and that its breaches were being repaired, they flew into a rage.
I became very livid when I heard their complaining and these charges.
Greatly displeased, Jonah flew into a rage.
The LORD replied, "Does being angry make you right?"
At this point, the king flew into a rage and issued an order to destroy all the advisors of Babylon.
because ships will come against him from the Mediterranean islands. Disheartened, he'll return, incited to vehemence against the holy covenant, and he'll take action. As he returns, he'll show deference to those who abandon the holy covenant.
However, reports from the east and the north will alarm him, and he'll march out in great anger, intending to destroy and to desolate many.
Herod flew into a rage when he learned that he had been tricked by the wise men, so he ordered the execution of all the male children in Bethlehem and all its neighboring regions, who were two years old and younger, according to the time that he had determined from the wise men.
Then the king became outraged. He sent his troops, and they destroyed those murderers and burned their city.
But when the disciples saw this, they became irritated and said, "Why this waste?
"So the servant went back and reported all this to his master. Then the master of the house became angry and told his servant, "Go quickly into the streets and alleys of the town and bring back the poor, the crippled, the blind, and the lame.'
While Paul was waiting for them in Athens, his spirit was deeply disturbed to see the city full of idols.
When they heard this, they became furious and began to shout, "Great is Artemis of the Ephesians!"