Grief Scriptures

194 verses found

Scripture taken from the Holy Bible (mkjv)

(Gen 6:6) And the Lord had sorrow because he had made man on the earth, and grief was in his heart.

(Gen 21:11) And this was a great grief to Abraham because of his son.

(Gen 21:12) But God said, Let it not be a grief to you because of the boy and Hagar his mother; give ear to whatever Sarah says to you, because it is from Isaac that your seed will take its name.

(Gen 26:35) And Isaac and Rebekah had grief of mind because of them.

(Gen 37:29) Now when Reuben came back to the hole, Joseph was not there; and giving signs of grief,

(Gen 37:34) Then Jacob, giving signs of grief, put on haircloth, and went on weeping for his son day after day.

(Gen 42:21) And they said to one another, Truly, we did wrong to our brother, for we saw his grief of mind, and we did not give ear to his prayers; that is why this trouble has come on us.

(Gen 44:13) Then in bitter grief they put the bags on the asses again and went back to the town.

(Gen 50:11) And when the people of the land, the people of Canaan, at the grain-floor of Atad, saw their grief, they said, Great is the grief of the Egyptians: so the place was named Abel-mizraim, on the other side of Jordan.

(Exo 2:23) Now after a long time the king of Egypt came to his end: and the children of Israel were crying in their grief under the weight of their work, and their cry for help came to the ears of God.

(Exo 3:7) And God said, Truly, I have seen the grief of my people in Egypt, and their cry because of their cruel masters has come to my ears; for I have knowledge of their sorrows;

(Exo 6:9) And Moses said these words to the children of Israel, but they gave no attention to him, because of the grief of their spirit and the cruel weight of their work.

(Exo 15:16) Fear and grief came on them; by the strength of your arm they were turned to stone; till your people went over, O Lord, till the people went over whom you have made yours.

(Exo 33:4) Hearing this bad news the people were full of grief, and no one put on his ornaments.

(Lev 10:6) And Moses said to Aaron and to Eleazar and Ithamar, his sons, Do not let your hair be loose, and give no signs of grief; so that death may not overtake you, and his wrath come on all the people; but let there be weeping among your brothers and all the house of Israel for this burning of the Lord’s fire.

(Lev 13:45) And the leper who has the disease on him is to go about with signs of grief, with his hair loose and his mouth covered, crying, Unclean, unclean.

(Lev 26:40) And they will have grief for their sins and for the sins of their fathers, when their hearts were untrue to me, and they went against me;

(Num 14:1) Then all the people gave load cries of grief, and all that night they gave themselves up to weeping.

(Num 14:6) And Joshua, the son of Nun, and Caleb, the son of Jephunneh, two of those who had been to see the land, giving signs of grief,

(Num 14:39) And when Moses put these words before the children of Israel, the people were full of grief.

(Deu 2:25) From now on I will put the fear of you in all peoples under heaven, who, hearing of you, will be shaking with fear and grief of heart because of you.

(Deu 15:10) But it is right for you to give to him, without grief of heart: for because of this, the blessing of the Lord your God will be on all your work and on everything to which you put your hand.

(Deu 26:7) And our cry went up to the Lord, the God of our fathers, and the Lord’s ear was open to the voice of our cry, and his eyes took note of our grief and the crushing weight of our work:

(Jos 7:6) Then Joshua, in great grief, went down on the earth before the ark of the Lord till the evening, and all the chiefs of Israel with him, and they put dust on their heads.

(Jdg 2:18) And whenever the Lord gave them judges, then the Lord was with the judge, and was their saviour from the hands of their haters all the days of the judge; for the Lord was moved by their cries of grief because of those who were cruel to them.

(Jdg 11:35) And when he saw her he was overcome with grief, and said, Ah! my daughter! I am crushed with sorrow, and it is you who are the chief cause of my trouble; for I have made an oath to the Lord and I may not take it back.

(1Sa 1:10) And with grief in her soul, weeping bitterly, she made her prayer to the Lord.

(1Sa 2:33) But one man of your family will not be cut off by my hand, and his eyes will be made dark, and grief will be in his heart: and all the offspring of your family will come to their end by the sword of men.

(1Sa 20:3) But David took his oath again and said, Your father sees that I am dear to you; so he says to himself, Let Jonathan have no idea of this, for it will be a grief to him; but as the Lord is living, and as your soul is living, there is only a step between me and death.

(1Sa 20:34) So Jonathan got up from the table, burning with wrath, and took no part in the feast the second day of the month, being full of grief for David because his father had put shame on him.

(1Sa 20:41) And when the boy had gone, David came from his secret place by the hill, and falling to the earth went down on his face three times: and they gave one another a kiss, weeping together, till David’s grief was the greater.

(1Sa 25:31) Then you will have no cause for grief, and my lord’s heart will not be troubled because you have taken life without cause and have yourself given punishment for your wrongs: and when the Lord has been good to you, then give a thought to your servant.

(2Sa 1:11) Then David gave way to bitter grief, and so did all the men who were with him:

(2Sa 1:17) Then David made this song of grief for Saul and Jonathan, his son:

(2Sa 1:26) I am full of grief for you, my brother Jonathan: very dear have you been to me: your love for me was a wonder, greater than the love of women.

(2Sa 3:31) And David said to Joab and all the people who were with him, Go in grief and put haircloth about you, in sorrow for Abner. And King David went after the dead body.

(2Sa 3:33) And the king made a song of grief for Abner and said, Was the death of Abner to be like the death of a foolish man?

(2Sa 11:25) Then David said to the man, Go and say to Joab, Do not let this be a grief to you; for one man may come to his death by the sword like another: put up an even stronger fight against the town, and take it: and do you put heart into him.

(2Sa 13:19) And Tamar, in her grief, put dust on her head; and she put her hand on her head and went away crying loudly.

(2Sa 13:31) Then the king got up in great grief, stretching himself out on the earth: and all his servants were by his side, with their clothing parted.

(2Sa 14:2) And Joab sent to Tekoa and got from there a wise woman, and said to her, Now make yourself seem like one given up to grief, and put on the clothing of sorrow, not using any sweet oil for your body, but looking like one who for a long time has been weeping for the dead:

(2Sa 15:32) Now when David had come to the top of the slope, where they gave worship to God, Hushai the Archite came to him in great grief with dust on his head:

(2Sa 19:2) And the salvation of that day was changed to sorrow for all the people: for it was said to the people, The king is in bitter grief for his son.

(1Ki 21:27) Hearing these words, Ahab, in great grief, put haircloth on his flesh and went without food, sleeping in haircloth, and going about quietly.

(2Ki 2:12) And when Elisha saw it he gave a cry, My father, my father, the carriages of Israel and its horsemen! And he saw him no longer; and he was full of grief.

(2Ki 18:37) Then Eliakim, the son of Hilkiah, who was over the house, and Shebna the scribe, and Joah, the son of Asaph, the recorder, came to Hezekiah, with their clothing parted as a sign of grief, and gave him an account of what the Rab-shakeh had said.

(2Ki 22:11) And the king, hearing the words of the book of the law, took his robe in his hands, violently parting it as a sign of his grief;

(2Ki 22:19) Because your heart was soft, and you made yourself low before me, when you had word of what I said against this place and its people, that they would become a waste and a curse, and you gave signs of grief, weeping before me: truly, I have given ear to you, says the Lord.

(2Ch 34:19) And the king, hearing the words of the law, took his robe in his hands, violently parting it as a sign of his grief.

(2Ch 34:27) And your heart was soft, and you made yourself low before God, on hearing his words about this place and its people, and with weeping and signs of grief have made yourself low before me, I have given ear to you, says the Lord God.

(2Ch 35:25) And Jeremiah made a song of grief for Josiah; and to this day Josiah is named by all the makers of melody, men and women, in their songs of grief; they made it a rule in Israel; and the songs are recorded among the songs of grief.

(Ezr 9:3) And hearing this, with signs of grief and pulling out the hair of my head and my chin, I took my seat on the earth deeply troubled.

(Ezr 9:4) Then everyone who went in fear of the words of the God of Israel, because of the sin of those who had come back, came together to me; and I kept where I was, overcome with grief, till the evening offering.

(Ezr 9:5) And at the evening offering, having made myself low before God, I got up, and with signs of grief, falling down on my knees, with my hands stretched out to the Lord my God,

(Neh 8:10) Then he said to them, Go away now, and take the fat for your food and the sweet for your drink, and send some to him for whom nothing is made ready: for this day is holy to our Lord: and let there be no grief in your hearts; for the joy of the Lord is your strong place.

(Neh 8:11) So the Levites made all the people quiet, saying, Be quiet, for the day is holy; and do not give way to grief.

(Est 4:4) And Esther’s women and her servants came and gave her word of it. Then great was the grief of the queen: and she sent robes for Mordecai, so that his clothing of haircloth might be taken off; but he would not have them.

(Job 2:11) And Job’s three friends had word of all this evil which had come on him. And they came every one from his place, Eliphaz the Temanite, and Bildad the Shuhite, and Zophar the Naamathite. So they came together to a meeting-place, in order that they might go and make clear to Job their grief for him, and give him comfort.

(Job 2:12) And lifting up their eyes when they were still far off, it did not seem that the man they saw was Job because of the change in him. And they gave way to bitter weeping, with signs of grief, and put dust on their heads.

(Job 3:24) In place of my food I have grief, and cries of sorrow come from me like water.

(Job 9:18) He would not let me take my breath, but I would be full of bitter grief.

(Job 9:27) If I say, I will put my grief out of mind, I will let my face be sad no longer and I will be bright;

(Job 35:9) Because the hand of the cruel is hard on them, men are making sounds of grief; they are crying out for help because of the arm of the strong.

(Job 42:11) And all his brothers and sisters, and his friends of earlier days, came and took food with him in his house; and made clear their grief for him, and gave him comfort for all the evil which the Lord had sent on him; and they all gave him a bit of money and a gold ring.

(Psa 10:14) You have seen it; for your eyes are on sorrow and grief, to take it into your hand: the poor man puts his faith in you; you have been the helper of the child who has no father.

(Psa 25:18) Give thought to my grief and my pain; and take away all my sins.

(Psa 30:11) By you my sorrow is turned into dancing; you have taken away my clothing of grief, and given me robes of joy;

(Psa 31:9) Have mercy on me, O Lord, for I am in trouble; my eyes are wasted with grief, I am wasted in soul and body.

(Psa 35:14) My behaviour was as if it had been my friend or my brother: I was bent low in grief like one whose mother is dead.

(Psa 38:8) I am feeble and crushed down; I gave a cry like a lion because of the grief in my heart.

(Psa 41:3) The Lord will be his support on his bed of pain: by you will all his grief be turned to strength.

(Psa 42:4) Let my soul be overflowing with grief when these things come back to my mind, how I went in company to the house of God, with the voice of joy and praise, with the song of those who were keeping the feast.

(Psa 55:12) For it was not my hater who said evil of me; that would have been no grief to me; it was not one outside the number of my friends who made himself strong against me, or I would have kept myself from him in a secret place;

(Psa 55:17) In the evening and in the morning and in the middle of the day I will make my prayer with sounds of grief; and my voice will come to his ears.

(Psa 64:1) To the chief music-maker. A Psalm. Of David. O God, let the voice of my grief come to your ear: keep my life from the fear of those who are against me.

(Psa 69:11) When I put on the clothing of grief, they said evil of me.

(Psa 69:20) My heart is broken by bitter words, I am full of grief; I made a search for some to have pity on me, but there was no one; I had no comforter.

(Psa 69:26) Because they are cruel to him against whom your hand is turned; they make bitter the grief of him who is wounded by you.

(Psa 73:21) My heart was made bitter, and I was pained by the bite of grief:

(Psa 77:3) I will keep God in memory, with sounds of grief; my thoughts are troubled, and my spirit is overcome. Selah.

(Psa 78:40) How frequently did they go against him in the waste land, and give him cause for grief in the dry places!

(Psa 102:1) A Prayer of the man who is in trouble, when he is overcome, and puts his grief before the Lord. Give ear to my prayer, O Lord, and let my cry come to you.

(Psa 107:12) So that he made their hearts weighted down with grief; they were falling, and had no helper.

(Psa 112:10) The sinner will see it with grief; he will be wasted away with envy; the desire of the evil-doers will come to nothing.

(Psa 139:21) Are not your haters hated by me, O Lord? are not those who are lifted up against you a cause of grief to me?

(Pro 5:11) And you will be full of grief at the end of your life, when your flesh and your body are wasted;

(Pro 14:10) No one has knowledge of a man’s grief but himself; and a strange person has no part in his joy.

(Pro 17:25) A foolish son is a grief to his father, and bitter pain to her who gave him birth.

(Pro 23:29) Who says, Oh! who says, Ah! who has violent arguments, who has grief, who has wounds without cause, whose eyes are dark?

(Pro 29:2) When the upright have power, the people are glad; when an evil man is ruler, grief comes on the people.

(Ecc 1:18) Because in much wisdom is much grief, and increase of knowledge is increase of sorrow.

(Ecc 2:20) So my mind was turned to grief for all the trouble I had taken and all my wisdom under the sun.

(Ecc 2:23) All his days are sorrow, and his work is full of grief. Even in the night his heart has no rest. This again is to no purpose.

(Isa 1:14) Your new moons and your regular feasts are a grief to my soul: they are a weight in my spirit; I am crushed under them.

(Isa 13:6) Send out a cry of grief; for the day of the Lord is near; it comes as destruction from the Most High.

(Isa 16:7) For this cause everyone in Moab will give cries of grief for Moab: crushed to the earth, they will be weeping for the men of Kir-hareseth.

(Isa 17:11) In the day of your planting you were watching its growth, and in the morning your seed was flowering: but its fruit is wasted away in the day of grief and bitter sorrow.

(Isa 19:8) The fishermen will be sad, and all those who put fishing-lines into the Nile will be full of grief, and those whose nets are stretched out on the waters will have sorrow in their hearts.

(Isa 21:3) For this cause I am full of bitter grief; pains like the pains of a woman in childbirth have come on me: I am bent down with sorrow at what comes to my ears; I am shocked by what I see.

(Isa 22:12) And in that day the Lord, the Lord of armies, was looking for weeping, and cries of sorrow, cutting off of the hair, and putting on the clothing of grief:

(Isa 23:2) Send out a cry of grief, you men of the sea-land, traders of Zidon, who go over the sea, whose representatives are on great waters;

(Isa 24:4) The earth is sorrowing and wasting away, the world is full of grief and wasting away, the high ones of the earth come to nothing.

(Isa 24:7) The new wine is thin, the vine is feeble, and all the glad-hearted make sounds of grief.

(Isa 29:2) And I will send trouble on Ariel, and there will be weeping and cries of grief; and she will be to me as Ariel.

(Isa 30:6) The word about the Beasts of the South. Through the land of trouble and grief, the land of the she-lion and the voice of the lion, of the snake and the burning winged snake, they take their wealth on the backs of young asses, and their stores on camels, to a people in whom is no profit.

(Isa 30:20) And though the Lord will give you the bread of trouble and the water of grief, you will no longer put your teacher on one side, but you will see your teacher:

(Isa 32:11) Be shaking with fear, you women who are living in comfort; be troubled, you who have no fear of danger: take off your robes and put on clothing of grief.

(Isa 35:10) Even those whom he has made free, will come back again; they will come with songs to Zion; on their heads will be eternal joy; delight and joy will be theirs, and sorrow and sounds of grief will be gone for ever.

(Isa 36:22) Then Eliakim, the son of Hilkiah, who was over the house, and Shebna the scribe, and Joah, the son of Asaph, the recorder, came to Hezekiah with their clothing parted as a sign of grief, and gave him an account of what the Rab-shakeh had said.

(Isa 38:14) I make cries like a bird; I give out sounds of grief like a dove: my eyes are looking up with desire; O Lord, I am crushed, take up my cause.

(Isa 51:11) Those whom the Lord has made free will come back with songs to Zion; and on their heads will be eternal joy: delight and joy will be theirs, and sorrow and sounds of grief will be gone for ever.

(Isa 54:6) For the Lord has made you come back to him, like a wife who has been sent away in grief of spirit; for one may not give up the wife of one’s early days.

(Isa 59:11) We make noises of grief, like bears, and sad sounds like doves: we are looking for our right, but it is not there; for salvation, but it is far from us.

(Isa 61:3) To give them a fair head-dress in place of dust, the oil of joy in place of the clothing of grief, praise in place of sorrow; so that they may be named trees of righteousness, the planting of the Lord, and so that he may have glory.

(Isa 61:7) As they had twice as much grief, and marks of shame were their heritage, so in their land they will be rewarded twice over, and will have eternal joy.

(Isa 63:10) But they went against him, causing grief to his holy spirit: so he was turned against them, and made war on them.

(Isa 65:14) My servants will make songs in the joy of their hearts, but you will be crying for sorrow, and making sounds of grief from a broken spirit.

(Isa 65:19) And I will be glad over Jerusalem, and have joy in my people: and the voice of weeping will no longer be sounding in her, or the voice of grief.

(Jer 6:26) O daughter of my people, put on haircloth, rolling yourself in the dust: give yourself to sorrow, as for an only son, with most bitter cries of grief; for he who makes waste will come on us suddenly.

(Jer 7:29) Let your hair be cut off, O Jerusalem, and let it go, and let a song of grief go up on the open hilltops; for the Lord is turned away from the generation of his wrath and has given them up.

(Jer 8:21) For the destruction of the daughter of my people I am broken: I am dressed in the clothing of grief; fear has taken me in its grip.

(Jer 9:10) Give yourselves to weeping, crying out in sorrow for the mountains; and for the fields of the waste land send up a song of grief, because they are burned up, so that no one goes through; there is no sound of cattle; the bird of the heavens and the beast are in flight and are gone.

(Jer 9:20) But even now, give ear to the word of the Lord, O you women; let your ears be open to the word of his mouth, training your daughters to give cries of sorrow, everyone teaching her neighbour a song of grief.

(Jer 12:4) How long will the land have grief, and the plants of all the land be dry? because of the sins of the people living in it, destruction has overtaken the beasts and the birds; because they said, God does not see our ways.

(Jer 16:5) For this is what the Lord has said: Do not go into the house of sorrow, do not go to make weeping or songs of grief for them: for I have taken away my peace from this people, says the Lord, even mercy and pity.

(Jer 22:10) Let there be no weeping for the dead, and make no songs of grief for him: but make bitter weeping for him who has gone away, for he will never come back or see again the country of his birth.

(Jer 23:10) For the land is full of men who are untrue to their wives; because of the curse the land is full of grief; the green fields of the waste land have become dry; and they are quick to do evil, their strength is for what is not right.

(Jer 25:34) Give cries of grief, you keepers of sheep; give cries for help, rolling yourselves in the dust, you chiefs of the flock: for the days of your destruction have fully come, and I will send you in all directions, and your fall will be like that of the males of the flock.

(Jer 31:18) Certainly Ephraim’s words of grief have come to my ears, You have given me training and I have undergone it like a young cow unused to the yoke: let me be turned and come back, for you are the Lord my God.

(Jer 36:24) But they had no fear and gave no signs of grief, not the king or any of his servants, after hearing all these words.

(Jer 48:17) All you who are round about him, give signs of grief for him, and all you who have knowledge of his name, say, How is the strong rod broken, even the beautiful branch!

(Jer 48:20) Moab has been put to shame, she is broken: make loud sounds of grief, crying out for help; give the news in Arnon, that Moab has been made waste.

(Jer 48:31) For this cause I will give cries of grief for Moab, crying out for Moab, even for all of it; I will be sorrowing for the men of Kir-heres.

(Jer 49:3) Make sounds of grief, O Heshbon, for Ai is wasted; give loud cries, O daughters of Rabbah, and put haircloth round you: give yourselves to weeping, running here and there and wounding yourselves; for Milcom will be taken prisoner together with his rulers and his priests.

(Jer 51:8) Sudden is the downfall of Babylon and her destruction: make cries of grief for her; take sweet oil for her pain, if it is possible for her to be made well.

(Lam 1:8) Great is the sin of Jerusalem; for this cause she has become an unclean thing: all those who gave her honour are looking down on her, because they have seen her shame: now truly, breathing out grief, she is turned back.

(Lam 1:11) Breathing out grief all her people are looking for bread; they have given their desired things for food to give them life: see, O Lord, and take note; for she has become a thing of shame.

(Lam 1:21) Give ear to the voice of my grief; I have no comforter; all my haters have news of my troubles, they are glad because you have done it: let the day of fate come when they will be like me.

(Lam 1:22) Let all their evil-doing come before you; do to them as you have done to me for all my sins: for loud is the sound of my grief, and the strength of my heart is gone.

(Lam 2:5) The Lord has become like one fighting against her, sending destruction on Israel; he has sent destruction on all her great houses, making waste his strong places: increasing the grief and the sorrow of the daughter of Judah.

(Lam 3:32) For though he sends grief, still he will have pity in the full measure of his love.

(Lam 3:33) For he has no pleasure in troubling and causing grief to the children of men.

(Eze 2:10) And he put it open before me, and it had writing on the front and on the back; words of grief and sorrow and trouble were recorded in it.

(Eze 19:1) Take up now a song of grief for the ruler of Israel, and say,

(Eze 19:14) And fire has gone out from her rod, causing the destruction of her branches, so that there is no strong rod in her to be the ruler’s rod of authority. This is a song of grief, and it was for a song of grief.

(Eze 21:6) Make sounds of grief, son of man; with body bent and a bitter heart make sounds of grief before their eyes.

(Eze 21:7) And when they say to you, Why are you making sounds of grief? then say, Because of the news, for it is coming: and every heart will become soft, and all hands will be feeble, and every spirit will be burning low, and all knees will be turned to water: see, it is coming and it will be done, says the Lord.

(Eze 21:12) Give loud cries and make sounds of grief, O son of man: for it has come on my people, it has come on all the rulers of Israel: fear of the sword has come on my people: for this cause give signs of grief.

(Eze 24:17) Let there be no sound of sorrow; make no weeping for your dead, put on your head-dress and your shoes on your feet, let not your lips be covered, and do not take the food of those in grief.

(Eze 24:22) And you will do as I have done, not covering your lips or taking the food of those in grief.

(Eze 26:16) Then all the rulers of the sea will come down from their high seats, and put away their robes and take off their clothing of needlework: they will put on the clothing of grief, they will take their seats on the earth, shaking with fear every minute and overcome with wonder at you.

(Eze 26:17) And they will send up a song of grief for you, and say to you, What destruction has come on you, how are you cut off from the sea, the noted town, which was strong in the sea, she and her people, causing the fear of them to come on all the dry land!

(Eze 27:2) And you, son of man, make a song of grief for Tyre;

(Eze 27:31) And they will have the hair of their heads cut off because of you, and will put haircloth on their bodies, weeping for you with bitter grief in their souls, even with bitter sorrow.

(Eze 27:32) And in their weeping they will make a song of grief for you, sorrowing over you and saying, Who is like Tyre, who has come to an end in the deep sea?

(Eze 28:12) Son of man, make a song of grief for the king of Tyre, and say to him, This is what the Lord has said: You are all-wise and completely beautiful;

(Eze 31:15) This is what the Lord has said: The day when he goes down to the underworld, I will make the deep full of grief for him; I will keep back her streams and the great waters will be stopped: I will make Lebanon dark for him, and all the trees of the field will be feeble because of him.

(Eze 32:2) Son of man, make a song of grief for Pharaoh, king of Egypt, and say to him, Young lion of the nations, destruction has come on you; and you were like a sea-beast in the seas, sending out bursts of water, troubling the waters with your feet, making their streams dirty.

(Eze 32:16) It is a song of grief, and people will give voice to it, the daughters of the nations will give voice to it, even for Egypt and all her people, says the Lord.

(Dan 6:20) And when he came near the hole where Daniel was, he gave a loud cry of grief; the king made answer and said to Daniel, O Daniel, servant of the living God, is your God, whose servant you are at all times, able to keep you safe from the lions?

(Dan 10:2) In those days I, Daniel, gave myself up to grief for three full weeks.

(Hos 10:5) The people of Samaria will be full of fear because of the ox of Beth-aven; its people will have sorrow for it, and its priests will give cries of grief for its glory, for the glory has gone in flight.

(Joe 1:8) Make sounds of grief like a virgin dressed in haircloth for the husband of her early years.

(Joe 1:11) The farmers are shamed, the workers in the vine-gardens give cries of grief, for the wheat and the barley; for the produce of the fields has come to destruction.

(Joe 1:13) Put haircloth round you and give yourselves to sorrow, you priests; give cries of grief, you servants of the altar: come in, and, clothed in haircloth, let the night go past, you servants of my God: for the meal offering and the drink offering have been kept back from the house of your God.

(Amo 5:16) So these are the words of the Lord, the God of armies, the Lord: There will be weeping in all the open spaces; and in all the streets they will say, Sorrow! sorrow! and they will get in the farmer to the weeping, and the makers of sad songs to give cries of grief.

(Amo 5:17) In all the vine-gardens there will be cries of grief: for I will go through among you, says the Lord.

(Amo 6:6) Drinking wine in basins, rubbing themselves with the best oils; but they have no grief for the destruction of Joseph.

(Amo 8:10) Your feasts will be turned into sorrow and all your melody into songs of grief; everyone will be clothed with haircloth, and the hair of every head will be cut; I will make the weeping like that for an only son, and the end of it like a bitter day.

(Mic 1:8) For this I will be full of sorrow and give cries of grief; I will go uncovered and unclothed: I will give cries of grief like the jackals and will be in sorrow like the ostriches.

(Mic 2:4) In that day this saying will be said about you, and this song of grief will be made: The heritage of my people is measured out, and there is no one to give it back; those who have made us prisoners have taken our fields from us, and complete destruction has come to us.

(Mic 4:10) Be in pain, make sounds of grief, O daughter of Zion, like a woman in childbirth: for now you will go out of the town, living in the open country, and will come even to Babylon; there you will have salvation; there the Lord will make you free from the hands of your haters.

(Mic 5:1) Now you will give yourselves deep wounds for grief; they will put up a wall round us: they will give the judge of Israel a blow on the face with a rod.

(Hab 3:16) Hearing it, my inner parts were moved, and my lips were shaking at the sound; my bones became feeble, and my steps were uncertain under me: I gave sounds of grief in the day of trouble, when his forces came up against the people in bands.

(Zep 1:10) And in that day, says the Lord, there will be the sound of a cry from the fish doorway, and an outcry from the new town, and a great thundering from the hills, and cries of grief from the people of the Hollow;

(Zec 7:5) Say to all the people of the land and to the priests, When you went without food and gave yourselves to grief in the fifth and the seventh months for these seventy years, did you ever do it because of me?

(Zec 11:2) Give a cry of grief, O fir-tree, for the fall of the cedar, because the great ones have been made low: give cries of grief, O you oaks of Bashan, for the strong trees of the wood have come down.

(Zec 12:10) And I will send down on the family of David and on the people of Jerusalem the spirit of grace and of prayer; and their eyes will be turned to the one who was wounded by their hands: and they will be weeping for him as for an only son, and their grief for him will be bitter, like the grief of one sorrowing for his oldest son.

(Mal 2:13) And this again you do: covering the altar of the Lord with weeping and with grief, so that he gives no more thought to the offering, and does not take it with pleasure from your hand.

(Mat 11:17) We made music for you and you did not take part in the dance; we gave cries of sorrow and you made no signs of grief.

(Mar 14:33) And he took with him Peter and James and John, and grief and great trouble came on him.

(Luk 18:13) The tax-farmer, on the other hand, keeping far away, and not lifting up even his eyes to heaven, made signs of grief and said, God, have mercy on me, a sinner.

(Luk 23:27) And a great band of people went after him, and of women making signs of grief and weeping for him.

(Luk 23:48) And all the people who had come together to see it, when they saw the things which were done, went back again making signs of grief.

(Rom 12:15) Take part in the joy of those who are glad, and in the grief of those who are sorrowing.

(1Co 7:21) If you were a servant when you became a Christian, let it not be a grief to you; but if you have a chance to become free, make use of it.

(2Co 7:10) For the sorrow which God gives is the cause of salvation through a change of heart, in which there is no reason for grief: but the sorrow of the world is a cause of death.

(2Co 9:7) Let every man do after the purpose of his heart; not giving with grief, or by force: for God takes pleasure in a ready giver.

(2Co 12:21) And that when I come again, my God may put me to shame among you, and I may have grief for those who have done wrong before and have had no regret for their unclean ways, and for the evil desires of the flesh to which they have given way.

(Eph 4:30) And do not give grief to the Holy Spirit of God, by whom you were marked for the day of salvation.

(Php 2:27) For in fact he was ill almost to death: but God had mercy on him; and not only on him but on me, so that I might not have grief on grief.

(1Th 3:7) For this cause, brothers, in all our trouble and grief we were comforted about you because of your faith;

(Heb 13:17) Give ear to those who are rulers over you, and do as they say: for they keep watch over your souls, ready to give an account of them; let them be able to do this with joy and not with grief, because that would be of no profit to you.

(Jas 4:9) Be troubled, with sorrow and weeping; let your laughing be turned to sorrow and your joy to grief.

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