7 But God will shoote an arrowe at them suddenly: their strokes shalbe at once.
Psalms 64:7 Cross References - Geneva
23 I will spend plagues vpon them: I will bestowe mine arrowes vpon them.
42 I will make mine arrowes drunke with blood, (and my sword shall eate flesh) for the blood of the slaine, and of the captiues, when I beginne to take vengeance of the enemie.
34 Then a certaine man drewe a bow mightily and smote the King of Israel betweene the ioyntes of his brigandine. Wherefore he sayde vnto his charet man, Turne thine hand and cary me out of the hoste: for I am hurt.
3 And the battel was sore against Saul; and the archers hit him, and he was wounded of the archers. 4 Then sayde Saul to his armour bearer, Drawe out thy sworde, and thrust me thorowe therewith, lest these vncircumcised come and mocke at me: but his armour bearer would not, for he was sore afraid: therefore Saul tooke the sword and fell vpon it. 5 And when his armour bearer saw that Saul was dead, he fell likewise vpon the sworde, and dyed. 6 So Saul dyed and his three sonnes, and all his house, they dyed together. 7 And when all the men of Israel that were in the valley, sawe how they fledde, and that Saul and his sonnes were dead, they forsooke their cities, and fled away, and the Philistims came, and dwelt in them.
4 For the arrowes of the Almightie are in me, the venime whereof doeth drinke vp my spirit, and the terrours of God fight against me.
14 Then hee sent out his arrowes and scattred them, and he increased lightnings and destroyed them.
4 To shoote at the vpright in secrete: they shoote at him suddenly, and feare not.
19 How suddenly are they destroyed, perished and horribly consumed,
15 Therefore shall his destruction come speedily: hee shall be destroyed suddenly without recouerie.
1 A man that hardeneth his necke when he is rebuked, shall suddenly be destroyed and can not be cured.
13 Therefore this iniquitie shalbe vnto you as a breach that falleth, or a swelling in an hie wall, whose breaking commeth suddenly in a moment.
40 Then two shall be in the fieldes, the one shalbe receiued, and the other shalbe refused.