'Contention' in the Bible
Hatred awakens contention, but love covers all transgressions.
The quickly angered man stirs up contention, but anyone who controls his temper calms a dispute.
Who has woe? Who has grief? Who has contention? Who has complaints? Who has wounds without cause? Who has bloodshot eyes?
Without wood, the fire goes out. Without a gossip, contention stops.
Just as whipping milk produces butter, and twisting the nose causes bleeding, so also stirring up anger produces contention.
How terrible for me, my mother, that you gave birth to me, a man of strife and contention for the whole land! I've neither lent nor borrowed, yet everyone curses me.
Yes, he will indeed rebuild the Temple of the LORD, and he will exalt its majesty by sitting and ruling on his throne. He will serve as priest on his throne, and no contention will exist between them.