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(0.24)2Ti 3:6

For some of these insinuate themselves 1  into households and captivate weak women 2  who are overwhelmed with sins and led along by various passions.

(0.24)2Ti 3:9

But they will not go much further, 1  for their foolishness will be obvious to everyone, just like it was with Jannes and Jambres. 2 

(0.24)1Pe 1:18

You know that from your empty way of life inherited from your ancestors you were ransomed – not by perishable things like silver or gold,

(0.24)2Pe 2:18

For by speaking high-sounding but empty words 1  they are able to entice, 2  with fleshly desires and with debauchery, 3  people 4  who have just escaped 5  from those who reside in error. 6 

(0.22)2Sa 6:20

When David went home to pronounce a blessing on his own house, 1  Michal, Saul’s daughter, came out to meet him. 2  She said, “How the king of Israel has distinguished 3  himself this day! He has exposed himself today before his servants’ slave girls the way a vulgar fool 4  might do!”

(0.22)2Sa 24:10

David felt guilty 1  after he had numbered the army. David said to the Lord, “I have sinned greatly by doing this! Now, O Lord, please remove the guilt of your servant, for I have acted very foolishly.”

(0.22)Isa 27:11

When its branches get brittle, 1  they break; women come and use them for kindling. 2  For these people lack understanding, 3  therefore the one who made them has no compassion on them; the one who formed them has no mercy on them.

(0.22)Act 14:15

“Men, why are you doing these things? We too are men, with human natures 1  just like you! We are proclaiming the good news to you, so that you should turn 2  from these worthless 3  things to the living God, who made the heaven, the earth, 4  the sea, and everything that is in them.

(0.22)Act 17:18

Also some of the Epicurean 1  and Stoic 2  philosophers were conversing 3  with him, and some were asking, 4  “What does this foolish babbler 5  want to say?” Others said, “He seems to be a proclaimer of foreign gods.” 6  (They said this because he was proclaiming the good news about Jesus and the resurrection.) 7 

(0.22)2Co 12:6

For even if I wish to boast, I will not be a fool, for I would be telling 1  the truth, but I refrain from this so that no one may regard 2  me beyond what he sees in me or what he hears from me,

(0.20)1Sa 26:21

Saul replied, “I have sinned. Come back, my son David. I won’t harm you, for you treated my life with value 1  this day. I have behaved foolishly and have made a very terrible mistake!” 2 

(0.20)2Sa 6:22

I am willing to shame and humiliate myself even more than this! 1  But with the slave girls whom you mentioned let me be distinguished!”

(0.20)1Ki 16:13

This happened because of all the sins which Baasha and his son Elah committed and which they made Israel commit. They angered the Lord God of Israel with their worthless idols. 1 

(0.20)1Ki 16:26

He followed in the footsteps of Jeroboam son of Nebat and encouraged Israel to sin; 1  they angered the Lord God of Israel with their worthless idols. 2 

(0.20)2Ch 13:7

Lawless good-for-nothing men 1  gathered around him and conspired 2  against Rehoboam son of Solomon, when Rehoboam was an inexperienced young man 3  and could not resist them.

(0.20)Psa 14:1

For the music director; by David. Fools say to themselves, 2  “There is no God.” 3  They sin and commit evil deeds; 4  none of them does what is right. 5 

(0.20)Psa 40:14

May those who are trying to snatch away my life be totally embarrassed and ashamed! 1  May those who want to harm me be turned back and ashamed! 2 

(0.20)Psa 53:1

For the music director; according to the machalath style; 2  a well-written song 3  by David. Fools say to themselves, 4  “There is no God.” 5  They sin and commit evil deeds; 6  none of them does what is right. 7 

(0.20)Ecc 2:15

So I thought to myself, “The fate of the fool will happen even to me! 1  Then what did I gain by becoming so excessively 2  wise?” 3  So I lamented to myself, 4  “The benefits of wisdom 5  are ultimately 6  meaningless!”

(0.20)Ecc 2:21

For a man may do his work with wisdom, knowledge, and skill; however, he must hand over 1  the fruit of his labor 2  as an inheritance 3  to someone else who did not work for it. This also is futile, and an awful injustice! 4 



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