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  • Job 2:11
    Job had three friends named Eliphaz the Temanite, Bildad the Shuhite, and Zophar the Naamathite. They heard about all the troubles that had come to Job. So they started out from their homes. They had agreed to meet together. They wanted to go and show their concern for Job. They wanted to comfort him.
  • 1 Thessalonians 5 11
    So encourage one another with the hope you have. Build each other up. In fact, that’s what you are doing.
  • John 11:31
    Some Jews had been comforting Mary in the house. They noticed how quickly she got up and went out. So they followed her. They thought she was going to the tomb to mourn there.
  • Genesis 37:35
    All Jacob’s other sons and daughters came to comfort him. But they weren’t able to. He said,“ I will continue to mourn until I go down into the grave to be with my son.” So Joseph’s father mourned for him.
  • Lamentations 1:9
    Her skirts are dirty. She didn’t think about how things might turn out. Her fall from power amazed everyone. And no one was there to comfort her. She said,“ Lord, please pay attention to how much I’m suffering. My enemies have won the battle over me.”
  • 1 Chronicles 7 21-1 Chronicles 7 22
    Zabad was Tahath’s son. And Shuthelah was Zabad’s son. Men from Gath killed Ezer and Elead when they went down to steal their livestock.Their father Ephraim mourned for them for many days. His relatives came to comfort him.
  • Jeremiah 16:5-7
    The Lord says,“ Jeremiah, suppose a meal is being served because someone has died. Do not enter any house where that is happening. Do not go there to mourn or to comfort the family. I will not bless these people anymore. I have taken my love and pity away from them,” announces the Lord.“ Important and unimportant people alike will die in this land. Their bodies will not be buried. No one will mourn for them. No one will cut themselves or shave their head for the dead.No one will offer food or drink to comfort those who mourn for the dead. No one will do this even if someone’s father or mother has died.
  • Isaiah 51:19
    Nothing but trouble has come to you. You have been wiped out and destroyed. And you have suffered hunger and war. No one feels sorry for you. No one can comfort you.
  • Lamentations 1:2
    Jerusalem weeps bitterly at night. Tears run down her cheeks. None of her friends comforts her. All those who were going to help her have turned against her. They have become her enemies.
  • 1 Thessalonians 4 18
    So encourage one another with these words of comfort.
  • 2 Corinthians 1 4
    He comforts us in all our troubles. Now we can comfort others when they are in trouble. We ourselves receive comfort from God.
  • Ecclesiastes 7:2
    So it’s better to go where people are mourning than to go where people are having a good time. Everyone will die someday. Those who are still living should really think about that.
  • Romans 12:15
    Be joyful with those who are joyful. Be sad with those who are sad.
  • Lamentations 1:16
    “ That’s why I am weeping. Tears are flowing from my eyes. No one is near to comfort me. No one can heal my spirit. My children don’t have anything. My enemies are much too strong for me.”
  • Lamentations 2:13
    City of Jerusalem, what can I say about you? What can I compare you to? People of Zion, what are you like? I want to comfort you. Your wound is as deep as the ocean. Who can heal you?
  • 2 Samuel 10 2
    David thought,“ I’m going to be kind to Hanun. His father Nahash was kind to me.” So David sent messengers to Hanun. He wanted them to tell Hanun how sad he was that Hanun’s father had died. David’s messengers went to the land of Ammon.
  • Job 42:11
    All his brothers and sisters and everyone who had known him before came to see him. They ate with him in his house. They showed their concern for him. They comforted him because of all the troubles the Lord had brought on him. Each one gave him a piece of silver and a gold ring.
  • Lamentations 1:21
    “ People have heard me groan. But no one is here to comfort me. My enemies have heard about all my troubles. What you have done makes them happy. So please judge them, just as you said you would. Let them become like me.