Bible Cross References
If I be wicked
Job 10:7
You know that I am not guilty, that no one can save me from you.
Job 9:29
Since I am held guilty, why should I bother?
Job 27:7
May all who oppose me and fight against me be punished like the wicked and the unrighteous.
Psalm 9:17
Death is the destiny of all the wicked, of all those who reject God.
Isaiah 3:11
But evil people are doomed; what they have done to others will now be done to them.
Isaiah 6:5
I said, "There is no hope for me! I am doomed because every word that passes my lips is sinful, and I live among a people whose every word is sinful. And yet, with my own eyes I have seen the King, the LORD Almighty."
Malachi 3:18
Once again my people will see the difference between what happens to the righteous and to the wicked, to the person who serves me and the one who does not."
Romans 2:8
Other people are selfish and reject what is right, in order to follow what is wrong; on them God will pour out his anger and fury.
Romans 2:9
There will be suffering and pain for all those who do what is evil, for the Jews first and also for the Gentiles.
Job 9:12
He takes what he wants, and no one can stop him; no one dares ask him, "What are you doing?"
Job 9:15
Though I am innocent, all I can do is beg for mercy from God my judge.
Job 9:20
I am innocent and faithful, but my words sound guilty, and everything I say seems to condemn me.
Job 9:21
I am innocent, but I no longer care. I am sick of living. Nothing matters; innocent or guilty, God will destroy us.
Isaiah 64:5
You welcome those who find joy in doing what is right, those who remember how you want them to live. You were angry with us, but we went on sinning; in spite of your great anger we have continued to do wrong since ancient times.
Isaiah 64:6
All of us have been sinful; even our best actions are filthy through and through. Because of our sins we are like leaves that wither and are blown away by the wind.
Luke 17:10
It is the same with you; when you have done all you have been told to do, say, 'We are ordinary servants; we have only done our duty.' "
I am full
Job 21:6
When I think of what has happened to me, I am stunned, and I tremble and shake.
Job 23:15
I tremble with fear before him.
Exodus 3:7
Then the LORD said, "I have seen how cruelly my people are being treated in Egypt; I have heard them cry out to be rescued from their slave drivers. I know all about their sufferings,
Psalm 25:18
Consider my distress and suffering and forgive all my sins.
Psalm 119:153
Look at my suffering, and save me, because I have not neglected your law.
Lamentations 1:20
"Look, O LORD, at my agony, at the anguish of my soul! My heart is broken in sorrow for my sins. There is murder in the streets; even indoors there is death.
Lamentations 5:1-22
Remember, O LORD, what has happened to us. Look at us, and see our disgrace.
Our property is in the hands of strangers; foreigners are living in our homes.
Our fathers have been killed by the enemy, and now our mothers are widows.
We must pay for the water we drink; we must buy the wood we need for fuel.
Driven hard like donkeys or camels, we are tired, but are allowed no rest.
To get food enough to stay alive, we went begging to Egypt and Assyria.
Our ancestors sinned, but now they are gone, and we are suffering for their sins.
Our rulers are no better than slaves, and no one can save us from their power.
Murderers roam through the countryside; we risk our lives when we look for food.
Hunger has made us burn with fever until our skin is as hot as an oven.
Our wives have been raped on Mount Zion itself; in every Judean village our daughters have been forced to submit.
Our leaders have been taken and hanged; our elders are shown no respect.
Our young men are forced to grind grain like slaves; boys go staggering under heavy loads of wood.
The old people no longer sit at the city gate, and the young people no longer make music.
Happiness has gone out of our lives; grief has taken the place of our dances.
Nothing is left of all we were proud of. We sinned, and now we are doomed.
We are sick at our very hearts and can hardly see through our tears,
because Mount Zion lies lonely and deserted, and wild jackals prowl through its ruins.
But you, O LORD, are king forever and will rule to the end of time.
Why have you abandoned us so long? Will you ever remember us again?
Bring us back to you, LORD! Bring us back! Restore our ancient glory.
Or have you rejected us forever? Is there no limit to your anger?