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Jeremiah 8:14 (b) A word which is used as a type of the bitterness in life's experiences. In this case it was bitterness because of the oppression and the destruction from invading armies. There are those who live on the bitterness of past experiences. They carry hatred in their hearts because of former injustices. They keep these evil things alive in the heart. So they are said to "drink gall."

Lamentations 3:19 (c) This may be taken as a prophetic utterance concerning the bitter experiences of the Saviour on Calvary.

Amos 6:12 (a) Strangely enough men's hearts are so wicked that they turn GOD's blessings into curses. That which GOD does for their good they renounce and feel bitter at GOD because of His actions. (See under "PLOW").

Acts 8:23 (b) By this word is described the unhappy and wretched condition of this man who was deceived about the Holy Spirit.

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Watson, Walter. Entry for 'All'. Wilson's Dictoinary of Bible Types. 1957.

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