The world was not worthy of them. They wandered in deserts and on mountains, hiding in caves and holes in the ground.
Go into the rocks
and hide in the dust
from the terror of the Lord
and from His majestic splendor.
But the man who had received one talent went off, dug a hole in the ground, and hid his master’s money.
People will go into caves in the rocks
and holes in the ground,
away from the terror of the Lord
and from His majestic splendor,
when He rises to terrify the earth.
Leave them alone! They are blind guides. And if the blind guide the blind, both will fall into a pit.”
“When a man uncovers a pit or digs a pit, and does not cover it, and an ox or a donkey falls into it, the owner of the pit must give compensation; he must pay money to its owner, but the dead animal will become his.
2 Samuel 18:17
They took Absalom, threw him into a large pit in the forest, and piled a huge mound of stones over him. And all Israel fled, each to his tent.
2 Samuel 23:20
Benaiah son of Jehoiada was the son of a brave man from Kabzeel, a man of many exploits. Benaiah killed two sons of Ariel of Moab, and he went down into a pit on a snowy day and killed a lion.
But He said to them, “What man among you, if he had a sheep that fell into a pit on the Sabbath, wouldn’t take hold of it and lift it out?
Then He began to speak to them in parables: “A man planted a vineyard, put a fence around it, dug out a pit for a winepress, and built a watchtower. Then he leased it to tenant farmers and went away.
He also told them a parable: “Can the blind guide the blind? Won’t they both fall into a pit?