Isaiah 42:14 Cross References - Coverdale

14 I haue longe holden my peace (saieth the LORDE) shulde I therfore be still, and kepe sylence for euer? I will crie like a trauelinge woman, and once wil I destroye, and deuoure.

Job 32:18

18 For I am full of wordes, & the sprete that is within me, copelleth me.

Job 32:20

20 Therfore wil I speake, that I maye haue vete: I wil open my lyppes, and make answere.

Psalms 50:2

2 Out of Sion apeareth the glorious beutie of God.

Psalms 83:1-2

1 Holde not thy tonge (o God) kepe not still sylece,, refrayne not yi self, o God. 2 For lo, thy enemies make a murmuringe, & they yt hate the, lift vp their heade.

Ecclesiastes 8:11-12

11 Because now that euell workes are not haistely punyshed, the hert of man geueth him self ouer vnto wickednesse: 12 But though an euell personne offende an hundreth tymes, and haue a longe life: yet am I sure, that it shal go well with the that feare God, because they haue him before their eyes.

Jeremiah 15:6

6 seinge thou goest fro me, ad turnest bacwarde, saieth the LORDE? Therfore I will stretch out myne honde agaynst the, to destroye the, and I will not be intreated.

Jeremiah 44:22

22 In so moch, that the LORDE might no longer suffre the wickednes off youre inuencions, and the abhominable thynges which ye dyd? Is not youre londe desolate & voyde, yee and abhorred, so that no ma dwelleth therin enymore, as it is come to passe this daye?

Luke 18:7

7 But shall not God also delyuer his chosen, that crye vnto hi daye and night, though he differre the?

2 Peter 3:9-10

9 The LORDE is not slacke to fulfyll his promes (as some me counte slacknesse) but is paciet to vs warde, and wyl not that eny ma shulde be lost, but that euery man shulde amende himselfe. 10 Neuertheles the daye of the LORDE shal come euen as a thefe in the night: in the which (daye) the heauens shal perishe with a greate noyse, and the Elementes shal melte with heate, and the earth and ye workes that are therin, shal burne.

2 Peter 3:15

15 and counte the longsufferynge of oure LORDE youre saluacion, Euen as oure dearly beloued brother Paul (acordinge to the wyssdome geue vnto him) wrote vnto you:

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