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(0.22)Psa 94:4

They spew out threats 1  and speak defiantly; all the evildoers boast. 2 

(0.22)Psa 105:36

He struck down all the firstborn in their land, the firstfruits of their reproductive power. 1 

(0.22)Psa 107:40

He would pour 1  contempt upon princes, and he made them wander in a wasteland with no road.

(0.22)Psa 119:21

You reprimand arrogant people. Those who stray from your commands are doomed. 1 

(0.22)Psa 119:51

Arrogant people do nothing but scoff at me. 1  Yet I do not turn aside from your law.

(0.22)Psa 119:69

Arrogant people smear my reputation with lies, 1  but I observe your precepts with all my heart.

(0.22)Psa 119:78

May the arrogant be humiliated, for they have slandered me! 1  But I meditate on your precepts.

(0.22)Psa 119:85

The arrogant dig pits to trap me, 1  which violates your law. 2 

(0.22)Psa 119:122

Guarantee the welfare of your servant! 1  Do not let the arrogant oppress me!

(0.22)Psa 123:4

We have had our fill 1  of the taunts of the self-assured, of the contempt of the proud.

(0.22)Pro 3:34

Although 1  he is scornful to arrogant scoffers, 2  yet 3  he shows favor to the humble. 4 

(0.22)Pro 4:3

When I was a son to my father, 1  a tender only child 2  before my mother,

(0.22)Pro 9:7

Whoever corrects 1  a mocker is asking for 2  insult; 3  whoever reproves a wicked person receives 4  abuse.

(0.22)Pro 9:12

If you are wise, you are wise to your own advantage, 1  but if you are a mocker, 2  you alone must 3  bear it. 4 

(0.22)Pro 14:16

A wise person is cautious 1  and turns from evil, but a fool throws off restraint 2  and is overconfident. 3 

(0.22)Pro 15:25

The Lord tears down the house of the proud, 1  but he maintains the boundaries of the widow. 2 

(0.22)Pro 16:19

It is better to be lowly in spirit 1  with the afflicted than to share the spoils 2  with the proud.

(0.22)Pro 19:25

Flog 1  a scorner, and as a result the simpleton 2  will learn prudence; 3  correct a discerning person, and as a result he will understand knowledge. 4 

(0.22)Pro 20:14

“It’s worthless! It’s worthless!” 1  says the buyer, 2  but when he goes on his way, he boasts. 3 

(0.22)Pro 21:11

When a scorner is punished, the naive 1  becomes wise; when a wise person is instructed, 2  he gains knowledge.



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