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  • Psalms 119:51
    The arrogant constantly ridicule me, but I do not turn away from Your instruction.
  • Job 12:5
    The one who is at ease holds calamity in contempt and thinks it is prepared for those whose feet are slipping.
  • Jeremiah 48:11
    Moab has been left quiet since his youth, settled like wine on its dregs. He hasn’t been poured from one container to another or gone into exile. So his taste has remained the same, and his aroma hasn’t changed.
  • Job 16:4
    If you were in my place I could also talk like you. I could string words together against you and shake my head at you.
  • Acts 17:32
    When they heard about resurrection of the dead, some began to ridicule him. But others said,“ We’d like to hear from you again about this.”
  • Isaiah 32:11
    Shudder, you complacent ones; tremble, you overconfident ones! Strip yourselves bare and put sackcloth around your waists.
  • Jeremiah 48:29
    We have heard of Moab’s pride, great pride, indeed— his insolence, arrogance, pride, and haughty heart.
  • 1 Corinthians 4 13
    when we are slandered, we respond graciously. Even now, we are like the world’s garbage, like the dirt everyone scrapes off their sandals.
  • Psalms 73:5-9
    They are not in trouble like others; they are not afflicted like most people.Therefore, pride is their necklace, and violence covers them like a garment.Their eyes bulge out from fatness; the imaginations of their hearts run wild.They mock, and they speak maliciously; they arrogantly threaten oppression.They set their mouths against heaven, and their tongues strut across the earth.
  • Acts 26:24
    As he was making his defense this way, Festus exclaimed in a loud voice,“ You’re out of your mind, Paul! Too much study is driving you mad!”
  • Isaiah 32:9
    Stand up, you complacent women; listen to me. Pay attention to what I say, you overconfident daughters.
  • Amos 6:1
    Woe to those who are at ease in Zion and to those who feel secure on the hill of Samaria— the notable people in this first of the nations, those the house of Israel comes to.
  • Nehemiah 2:19
    When Sanballat the Horonite, Tobiah the Ammonite official, and Geshem the Arab heard about this, they mocked and despised us, and said,“ What is this you’re doing? Are you rebelling against the king?”
  • Acts 17:21
    Now all the Athenians and the foreigners residing there spent their time on nothing else but telling or hearing something new.
  • Jeremiah 48:27
    Wasn’t Israel a laughingstock to you? Was he ever found among thieves? For whenever you speak of him you shake your head.”