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  • Psalms 25:2
    I trust in you, my God! Do not let me be disgraced, or let my enemies rejoice in my defeat.
  • Psalms 35:19
    Don’t let my treacherous enemies rejoice over my defeat. Don’t let those who hate me without cause gloat over my sorrow.
  • Daniel 4:37
    “ Now I, Nebuchadnezzar, praise and glorify and honor the King of heaven. All his acts are just and true, and he is able to humble the proud.”
  • 2 Samuel 6 20
    When David returned home to bless his own family, Michal, the daughter of Saul, came out to meet him. She said in disgust,“ How distinguished the king of Israel looked today, shamelessly exposing himself to the servant girls like any vulgar person might do!”
  • 2 Samuel 24 25
    David built an altar there to the Lord and sacrificed burnt offerings and peace offerings. And the Lord answered his prayer for the land, and the plague on Israel was stopped.
  • Psalms 28:9
    Save your people! Bless Israel, your special possession. Lead them like a shepherd, and carry them in your arms forever.
  • Psalms 13:4
    Don’t let my enemies gloat, saying,“ We have defeated him!” Don’t let them rejoice at my downfall.
  • 2 Samuel 5 11
    Then King Hiram of Tyre sent messengers to David, along with cedar timber and carpenters and stonemasons, and they built David a palace.
  • Psalms 79:10
    Why should pagan nations be allowed to scoff, asking,“ Where is their God?” Show us your vengeance against the nations, for they have spilled the blood of your servants.
  • Psalms 140:8
    Lord, do not let evil people have their way. Do not let their evil schemes succeed, or they will become proud. Interlude
  • Lamentations 2:15
    All who pass by jeer at you. They scoff and insult beautiful Jerusalem, saying,“ Is this the city called‘ Most Beautiful in All the World’ and‘ Joy of All the Earth’?”
  • 1 Chronicles 21 6
    But Joab did not include the tribes of Levi and Benjamin in the census because he was so distressed at what the king had made him do.
  • Psalms 34:3-4
    Come, let us tell of the Lord’s greatness; let us exalt his name together.I prayed to the Lord, and he answered me. He freed me from all my fears.
  • 2 Samuel 20 3
    When David came to his palace in Jerusalem, he took the ten concubines he had left to look after the palace and placed them in seclusion. Their needs were provided for, but he no longer slept with them. So each of them lived like a widow until she died.
  • Psalms 145:1
    I will exalt you, my God and King, and praise your name forever and ever.
  • Psalms 41:11
    I know you are pleased with me, for you have not let my enemies triumph over me.
  • Psalms 27:6
    Then I will hold my head high above my enemies who surround me. At his sanctuary I will offer sacrifices with shouts of joy, singing and praising the Lord with music.
  • Psalms 89:41-46
    Everyone who comes along has robbed him, and he has become a joke to his neighbors.You have strengthened his enemies and made them all rejoice.You have made his sword useless and refused to help him in battle.You have ended his splendor and overturned his throne.You have made him old before his time and publicly disgraced him. InterludeO Lord, how long will this go on? Will you hide yourself forever? How long will your anger burn like fire?
  • 2 Samuel 7 2
    the king summoned Nathan the prophet.“ Look,” David said,“ I am living in a beautiful cedar palace, but the Ark of God is out there in a tent!”
  • Deuteronomy 20:5
    “ Then the officers of the army must address the troops and say,‘ Has anyone here just built a new house but not yet dedicated it? If so, you may go home! You might be killed in the battle, and someone else would dedicate your house.
  • Psalms 35:24-25
    Declare me not guilty, O Lord my God, for you give justice. Don’t let my enemies laugh about me in my troubles.Don’t let them say,“ Look, we got what we wanted! Now we will eat him alive!”
  • Psalms 66:17
    For I cried out to him for help, praising him as I spoke.
  • Psalms 79:4
    We are mocked by our neighbors, an object of scorn and derision to those around us.