7 But God shall sodenly shute with an arowe, yt they shall be wounded.
Psalms 64:7 Cross References - Coverdale
23 I wil heape myscheues vpo them, I wil spende all myne arowes at them.
42 I wil make myne arowes dronken with bloude, and my swerde shal eate flesh ouer ye bloude of the slayne, and ouer the captyuite, and in that the enemies heade shall be discouered.
34 A certayne man bended his bowe harde, and shott the kynge of Israel betwene the mawe and ye longes. And he sayde vnto his charetman: Turne thine hade, and cary me out of the hoost, for I am wounded.
3 And the battayll was sore agaynst Saul. And the archers came vpon him, so that he was wounded of the archers 4 Then sayde Saul vnto his weapenbearer: Drawe out thy swerde, and thrust it thorow me, that these vncircumcysed come not, and deale shamefully with me. Neuertheles his weapenbearer wolde not, for he was sore afrayed. Then toke Saul his swerde, and fell therin. 5 Whan his weapenbearer sawe that Saul was deed, he fell vpon his swerde also, and dyed. 6 Thus died Saul and his thre sonnes, and all his housholde together. 7 And whan the men of Israel which were in ye valley, sawe, that Saul and his sonnes were deed, they lefte their cities and fled: and the Philistynes came and dwelt therin.
4 For the allmighty hath shott at me with his arowes, whose indignacion hath droncke vp my sprete, and ye terrible feares of God fight agaysnt me.
14 He sent out his arowes & scatred the, he cast sore lighteninges, & destroyed the.
4 That they maye preuely hurte ye innocet, & sodely to hit him wt out eny feare.
19 O how sodenly do they consume, perish, & come to a fearfull ende?
15 Therfore shal his destruccion come hastely vpo him, sodenly shal he be all tobroken, and not be healed.
1 He that is stiffnecked & wyll not be refourmed, shal sodenly be destroyed wt out eny helpe.
13 therfore shal ye haue this myschefe agayne for youre destruction and fall, like as an hie wall, that falleth because of some rift (or blast,) whose breakinge cometh sodenly.
40 The shal two be in the felde: the one shal be receaued,and the other shalbe refused: