the children: or, naughty men, Jdg 19:22, Jdg 20:13, 1Sa 2:12, 1Sa 10:27, 1Sa 25:17, 1Sa 25:25, 2Sa 16:7, 2Sa 20:1, 2Sa 23:6, 1Ki 21:10, 1Ki 21:13, 2Ch 13:7, Joh 8:44, 2Co 6:15, 1Jo 3:10
Belial: Belial is derived by some from beli, not, and âl, over, i.e., one so proud and envious as not to bear a superior; by others, from beli, not, and ol, a yoke, i.e., a lawless, ungovernable person, ανδρες παρανομοι, "lawless men," as the LXX render. It is, however, more probably derived from beli, not, and yaâl, profit, i.e., a worthless person, good for nothing to himself or others, and capable of nothing but mischief.
are gone: Deu 4:19, 2Ki 17:21, 1Jo 2:19, Jud 1:19
Let us: Deu 13:2, Deu 13:6
Reciprocal: Num 25:4 - and hang Num 25:5 - Slay ye 1Sa 1:16 - a daughter 1Sa 30:22 - wicked 1Ki 13:9 - Eat no bread Jer 19:4 - burned