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Jeremiah 9:15 (b) This is certainly a description of the bitterness which comes into the soul of those who refuse to worship the Lord, and who reject His Word. (See also Jeremiah 23:15).

Lamentations 3:15 (b) By this we understand the great depression of spirit, and the bitterness of soul which was experienced by Jeremiah, the prophet, when he was so cruelly rejected by Israel.

Amos 5:7 (a) The judgments of GOD were so severe, and Israel was so evil in their minds, that they were made bitter by GOD's decisions against them.

Revelation 8:11 (b) The curses of GOD, which He will send upon this earth, are bitter to the heart and the soul of His enemies. He will make the so-called pleasures and attraction of the world bitter and offensive in the eyes of those who indulge in them.

Revelation 17:3 (b) The Lord represents apostate Christendom as the woman. She grows wealthy, proud, arrogant, wicked and tremendously powerful by her demands upon people, and her control of the heads of government.

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

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