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NAVE: Despondency
Desire of all nations | Desolate | Desolation, Abomination of | Despair | Despiteful | Despondency | Despotism | Dessau | Destiny, (Meni) | Destiny, a God | Destitute

Despondency

Despondency [NAVE]

DESPONDENCY.
Num. 17:12, 13; Deut. 28:65-67; Job 3:1-26; Job 17:13-16; Psa. 31:22; Psa. 77:7-9; Prov. 13:12; Isa. 2:19; Jer. 2:25; Jer. 8:20; Jer. 18:12; Lam. 3:1-21; Lam. 5:22; Hos. 10:8; Jonah 2:2-4; Mic. 7:1-7; Matt. 24:30; Luke 13:27, 28; Luke 23:29, 30; Rev. 6:14-17; Rev. 9:5, 6 See: Affliction; Resignation; Sorrow; Suffering.
Instances of
Cain, when God pronounced judgment upon him for the murder of Abel, Gen. 4:13, 14.
Hagar, when cast out of the household of Abraham on account of the jealousy of Sarah, Gen. 21:15, 16.
Moses, when sent on his mission to the Israelites, Ex. 4:1, 10, 13; 6:12; at the Red Sea, Ex. 14:15; when the people lusted for flesh, Num. 11:15.
The Israelites, on account of the cruel oppressions of the Egyptians, Ex. 6:9.
Elijah, when he fled from Jezebel to the wilderness and sat under the juniper tree, and wished to die, 1 Kin. 19:4.
Jonah, after he had preached to the Ninevites, Jonah 4:3, 8.
The mariners with Paul, Acts 27:20.
Job, see the above extracts from the Book of Job. Jeremiah, see the above extracts from the Lamentations of Jeremiah.
Comfort in
Isa. 35:3, 4; Luke 18:1-8; Heb. 12:12, 13 See: Affliction, Consolation in; Righteous, Promises to.


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