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(1.00)Job 5:2

For 1  wrath kills the foolish person, 2  and anger 3  slays the silly one.

(0.83)Job 6:2

“Oh, 1  if only my grief 2  could be weighed, 3  and my misfortune laid 4  on the scales too! 5 

(0.83)Ecc 1:18

For with great wisdom comes 1  great frustration; whoever increases his 2  knowledge merely 3  increases his 4  heartache.

(0.83)Ecc 5:17

Surely, he ate in darkness every day of his life, 1  and he suffered greatly with sickness and anger.

(0.68)Ecc 2:22

What does a man acquire from all his labor and from the anxiety that accompanies his toil on earth? 1 

(0.67)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!

(0.67)Isa 65:14

Look, my servants will shout for joy as happiness fills their hearts! 1  But you will cry out as sorrow fills your hearts; 2  you will wail because your spirits will be crushed. 3 

(0.58)Psa 10:14

You have taken notice, 1  for 2  you always see 3  one who inflicts pain and suffering. 4  The unfortunate victim entrusts his cause to you; 5  you deliver 6  the fatherless. 7 

(0.58)Pro 21:19

It is better to live 1  in a desert land 2  than with a quarrelsome and easily-provoked 3  woman.

(0.58)Pro 24:2

for their hearts contemplate violence, and their lips speak harm. 1 

(0.54)1Sa 1:16

Don’t consider your servant a wicked woman, 1  for until now I have spoken from my deep pain and anguish.”

(0.54)Job 10:17

You bring new witnesses 1  against me, and increase your anger against me; relief troops 2  come against me.

(0.54)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 

(0.48)Job 17:7

My eyes have grown dim 1  with grief; my whole frame 2  is but a shadow.

(0.48)Pro 6:14

he plots evil with perverse thoughts 1  in his heart, he spreads contention 2  at all times.

(0.48)Pro 12:16

A fool’s annoyance 1  is known at once, 2  but the prudent 3  overlooks 4  an insult.

(0.48)Pro 15:6

In the house 1  of the righteous is abundant wealth, 2  but the income of the wicked brings trouble. 3 

(0.48)Pro 27:3

A stone is heavy and sand is weighty, but vexation 1  by a fool is more burdensome 2  than the two of them.

(0.48)Ecc 1:14

I reflected on everything that is accomplished by man 1  on earth, 2  and I concluded: Everything 3  he has accomplished 4  is futile 5  – like chasing the wind! 6 

(0.48)Ecc 4:6

Better is one handful with some rest than two hands full of toil 1  and chasing the wind.



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