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(0.18)1Ki 3:3

Solomon demonstrated his loyalty to the Lord by following 1  the practices 2  of his father David, except that he offered sacrifices and burned incense on the high places.

(0.18)2Ki 16:13

He offered his burnt sacrifice and his grain offering. He poured out his libation and sprinkled the blood from his peace offerings on the altar.

(0.18)2Ki 17:11

They burned incense on all the high places just like the nations whom the Lord had driven away from before them. Their evil practices made the Lord angry. 1 

(0.18)Job 7:16

I loathe 1  it; 2  I do not want to live forever; leave me alone, 3  for my days are a vapor! 4 

(0.18)Job 30:15

Terrors are turned loose 1  on me; they drive away 2  my honor like the wind, and like a cloud my deliverance has passed away.

(0.18)Psa 62:9

Men are nothing but a mere breath; human beings are unreliable. 1  When they are weighed in the scales, all of them together are lighter than air. 2 

(0.18)Ecc 2:1

I thought to myself, 1  “Come now, 2  I will try 3  self-indulgent pleasure 4  to see 5  if it is worthwhile.” 6  But I found 7  that it also is futile. 8 

(0.18)Ecc 2:17

So I loathed 1  life 2  because what happens 3  on earth 4  seems awful to me; for all the benefits of wisdom 5  are futile – like chasing the wind.

(0.18)Ecc 2:23

For all day long 1  his work produces pain and frustration, 2  and even at night his mind cannot relax! 3  This also is futile!

(0.18)Ecc 4:4

Then I considered 1  all the skillful work 2  that is done: Surely it is nothing more than 3  competition 4  between one person and another. 5  This also is profitless – like 6  chasing the wind.

(0.18)Ecc 4:16

There is no end to all the people 1  nor to the past generations, 2  yet future generations 3  will not rejoice in him. This also is profitless and like 4  chasing the wind.

(0.18)Ecc 5:10

The one who loves money 1  will never be satisfied with money, 2  he who loves wealth 3  will never be satisfied 4  with his 5  income. This also is futile.

(0.18)Ecc 5:16

This is another misfortune: 1  Just as he came, so will he go. What did he gain from toiling for the wind?

(0.18)Ecc 6:9

It is better to be content with 1  what the eyes can see 2  than for one’s heart always to crave more. 3  This continual longing 4  is futile – like 5  chasing the wind.

(0.18)Ecc 8:10

Not only that, 1  but I have seen the wicked approaching 2  and entering the temple, 3  and as they left the holy temple, 4  they boasted 5  in the city that they had done so. This also is an enigma. 6 

(0.18)Ecc 11:10

Banish 1  emotional stress 2  from your mind. 3  and put away pain 4  from your body; 5  for youth 6  and the prime of life 7  are fleeting. 8 

(0.18)Isa 1:31

The powerful will be like 1  a thread of yarn, their deeds like a spark; both will burn together, and no one will put out the fire.

(0.18)Isa 10:16

For this reason 1  the sovereign master, the Lord who commands armies, will make his healthy ones emaciated. 2  His majestic glory will go up in smoke. 3 

(0.18)Jer 10:3

For the religion 1  of these people is worthless. They cut down a tree in the forest, and a craftsman makes it into an idol with his tools. 2 

(0.18)Hab 2:13

Be sure of this! The Lord who commands armies has decreed: The nations’ efforts will go up in smoke; their exhausting work will be for nothing. 1 



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