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    1 Vanity is increased unto men by oppression; 4 by envy; 5 by idleness; 7 by covetousness; 9 by solitariness; 13 by wilfulness. VERSE 1 - I returned. * Job 6:29 Mal 3:18 - and considered. * Ec 3:16; 5:8; 7:7 Ex 1:13,14,16,22; 2:23,24; 5:16-19 De 28:33,48 * Jud 4:3; 10:7,8 Ne 5:1-5 Job 24:7-12 Ps 10:9,10 Pr 28:3,15,16 * Isa 5:7; 51:23; 59:7,13-15 Mal 3:5 - the tears. * Ps 42:3,9; 80:5; 102:8,9 Mal 2:13 Jas 4 5:4 - they had. * Job 16:4; 19:21,22 Ps 69:20; 142:4 Pr 19:7 La 1:2,9 Mt 26:56 * 2Ti 4:16,17 - side. Heb. hand. VERSE 2 * Ec 2:17; 9:4-6 Job 3:17-21 VERSE 3 - better. * Ec 6:3-5 Job 3:10-16; 10:18,19 Jer 20:17,18 Mt 24:19 Lu 23:29 - who. * Ec 1:14; 2:17 Ps 55:6-11 Jer 9:2,3 VERSE 4 - every, etc. Heb. all the rightness of work, that this is the envy of man from his neighbor. * Ge 4:4-8; 37:2-11 1Sa 18:8,9,14-16,29,30 Pr 27:4 Mt 27:18 * Ac 7:9 Jas 5 4:5 1Jo 3:12 - This is. * :16; 1:14; 2:21,26; 6:9,11 Ge 37:4,11 VERSE 5 - fool. * Pr 6:10,11; 12:27; 13:4; 20:4; 24:33,34 - eateth. That is, with envy, (see ver. 4,) though too idle to follow his neighbor's example. * Job 13:14 Pr 11:17 Isa 9:20 VERSE 6 * Ps 37:16 Pr 15:16,17; 16:8; 17:1 VERSE 7 * :1 Ps 78:33 Zec 1:6 VERSE 8 - one. * :9-12 Ge 2:18 Isa 56:3-5 - he hath. * Ge 15:2,3 - no. * Isa 5:8 - is his. * Ec 1:8; 5:10 Pr 27:20 Hab 2:5-9 1Jo 2:16 - For. * Ps 39:6 Isa 44:19,20 Lu 12:20 - it is. * Ec 1:13; 2:23 Isa 55:2 Mt 11:28 VERSE 9 - are. * Ge 2:18 Ex 4:14-16 Nu 11:14 Pr 27:17 Hag 1:14 Mr 6:7 Ac 13:2 * Ac 15:39,40 1Co 12:18-21 - a good. * Ru 2:12 Joh 4:36 2Jo 1:8 VERSE 10 - if. * Ex 32:2-4,21 De 9:19,20 1Sa 23:16 2Sa 11:27; 12:7-14 Job 4:3,4 * Isa 35:3,4 Lu 22:31,32 Ga 2:11-14; 6:1 1Th 4:18; 5:11 - but. * Ge 4:8 2Sa 14:6 VERSE 11 * 1Ki 1:1,2 VERSE 12 - And if. This is well illustrated by the fable of the dying father, who, to shew his sons the advantages of union, gave them a bundle of twigs, which could not be broken when bound together, but were easily snapped asunder one by one. - and a. * 2Sa 23:9,16,18,19,23 Da 3:16,17 Eph 4:3 VERSE 13 - is a poor. * Ec 9:15,16 Ge 37:2 Pr 19:1; 28:6,15,16 - will no more be. Heb. knoweth not to be. * 1Ki 22:8 2Ch 16:9,10; 24:20-22; 25:16 VERSE 14 - For out. This is probably an allusion to some fact with which we are unacquainted. History furnishes many instances of mean persons raised to sovereign authority, and of kings being reduced to the meanest offices, and to a morsel. Agrippa mounted the throne of Israel after having been long in prison; and similar instances are not wanting in modern times. * Ge 41:14,33-44 Job 5:11 Ps 113:7,8 - also. * 1Ki 14:26,27 2Ki 23:31-34; 24:1,2,6,12; 25:7,27-30 La 4:20 * Da 4:31 VERSE 15 - child. * 2Sa 15:6 VERSE 16 - no end. * 2Sa 15:12,13 1Ki 1:5-7,40; 12:10-16 - they also. * Jud 9:19,20 2Sa 18:7,8; 19:9 - this. * Ec 1:14; 2:11,17,26 GOTO NEXT CHAPTER - TREASURY OF SCRIPTURE KNOWLEDGE INDEX

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