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Shoot Me Now: The End Has Come

No thanks to Rachel Held Evans for alerting me to this most disturbing and blasphemous development. Time to hide in the basement with lots of canned food cos this sort of thing can only mean the end is not far away.

Zondervan, you have finally lost all connection with what is sane and proper.

Hopefully there is an illustration of Prov 26:11 with a cute puppy licking up it's own vomit, which is pretty much what I would rather do that own a copy of this abomination.

For all Bible verses that mention dogs, click below

  1. Exodus 11:7
    But among the Israelites not a dog will bark at any person or animal.’ Then you will know that the LORD makes a distinction between Egypt and Israel.
    Exodus 11:6-8 (in Context) Exodus 11 (Whole Chapter) Other Translations
  2. Exodus 22:31
    “You are to be my holy people. So do not eat the meat of an animal torn by wild beasts; throw it to the dogs.
    Exodus 22:30-31 (in Context) Exodus 22 (Whole Chapter) Other Translations
  3. Judges 7:5
    So Gideon took the men down to the water. There the LORD told him, “Separate those who lap the water with their tongues as a dog laps from those who kneel down to drink.”
    Judges 7:4-6 (in Context) Judges 7 (Whole Chapter) Other Translations
  4. Judges 7:6
    Three hundred of them drank from cupped hands, lapping like dogs. All the rest got down on their knees to drink.
    Judges 7:5-7 (in Context) Judges 7 (Whole Chapter) Other Translations
  5. 1 Samuel 17:43
    He said to David, “Am I a dog, that you come at me with sticks?” And the Philistine cursed David by his gods.
    1 Samuel 17:42-44 (in Context) 1 Samuel 17 (Whole Chapter) Other Translations
  6. 1 Samuel 24:14
    “Against whom has the king of Israel come out? Who are you pursuing? A dead dog? A flea?
    1 Samuel 24:13-15 (in Context) 1 Samuel 24 (Whole Chapter) Other Translations
  7. 2 Samuel 3:8
    Abner was very angry because of what Ish-Bosheth said. So he answered, “Am I a dog’s head—on Judah’s side? This very day I am loyal to the house of your father Saul and to his family and friends. I haven’t handed you over to David. Yet now you accuse me of an offense involving this woman!
    2 Samuel 3:7-9 (in Context) 2 Samuel 3 (Whole Chapter) Other Translations
  8. 2 Samuel 9:8
    Mephibosheth bowed down and said, “What is your servant, that you should notice a dead dog like me?”
    2 Samuel 9:7-9 (in Context) 2 Samuel 9 (Whole Chapter) Other Translations
  9. 2 Samuel 16:9
    Then Abishai son of Zeruiah said to the king, “Why should this dead dog curse my lord the king? Let me go over and cut off his head.”
    2 Samuel 16:8-10 (in Context) 2 Samuel 16 (Whole Chapter) Other Translations
  10. 1 Kings 14:11
    Dogs will eat those belonging to Jeroboam who die in the city, and the birds will feed on those who die in the country. The LORD has spoken!’
    1 Kings 14:10-12 (in Context) 1 Kings 14 (Whole Chapter) Other Translations
  11. 1 Kings 16:4
    Dogs will eat those belonging to Baasha who die in the city, and birds will feed on those who die in the country.”
    1 Kings 16:3-5 (in Context) 1 Kings 16 (Whole Chapter) Other Translations
  12. 1 Kings 21:19
    Say to him, ‘This is what the LORD says: Have you not murdered a man and seized his property?’ Then say to him, ‘This is what the LORD says: In the place where dogs licked up Naboth’s blood, dogs will lick up your blood—yes, yours!’”
    1 Kings 21:18-20 (in Context) 1 Kings 21 (Whole Chapter) Other Translations
  13. 1 Kings 21:23
    “And also concerning Jezebel the LORD says: ‘Dogs will devour Jezebel by the wall of Jezreel.’
    1 Kings 21:22-24 (in Context) 1 Kings 21 (Whole Chapter) Other Translations
  14. 1 Kings 21:24
    Dogs will eat those belonging to Ahab who die in the city, and the birds will feed on those who die in the country.”
    1 Kings 21:23-25 (in Context) 1 Kings 21 (Whole Chapter) Other Translations
  15. 1 Kings 22:38
    They washed the chariot at a pool in Samaria (where the prostitutes bathed), and the dogs licked up his blood, as the word of the LORD had declared.
    1 Kings 22:37-39 (in Context) 1 Kings 22 (Whole Chapter) Other Translations
  16. 2 Kings 8:13
    Hazael said, “How could your servant, a mere dog, accomplish such a feat?” “The LORD has shown me that you will become king of Aram,” answered Elisha.
    2 Kings 8:12-14 (in Context) 2 Kings 8 (Whole Chapter) Other Translations
  17. 2 Kings 9:10
    As for Jezebel, dogs will devour her on the plot of ground at Jezreel, and no one will bury her.’” Then he opened the door and ran.
    2 Kings 9:9-11 (in Context) 2 Kings 9 (Whole Chapter) Other Translations
  18. 2 Kings 9:36
    They went back and told Jehu, who said, “This is the word of the LORD that he spoke through his servant Elijah the Tishbite: On the plot of ground at Jezreel dogs will devour Jezebel’s flesh.
    2 Kings 9:35-37 (in Context) 2 Kings 9 (Whole Chapter) Other Translations
  19. Job 18:11
    Terrors startle him on every side and dog his every step.
    Job 18:10-12 (in Context) Job 18 (Whole Chapter) Other Translations
  20. Job 30:1
    “But now they mock me, men younger than I, whose fathers I would have disdained to put with my sheep dogs.
    Job 30:1-3 (in Context) Job 30 (Whole Chapter) Other Translations
  21. Psalm 22:16
    Dogs surround me, a pack of villains encircles me; they pierce my hands and my feet.
    Psalm 22:15-17 (in Context) Psalm 22 (Whole Chapter) Other Translations
  22. Psalm 22:20
    Deliver me from the sword, my precious life from the power of the dogs.
    Psalm 22:19-21 (in Context) Psalm 22 (Whole Chapter) Other Translations
  23. Psalm 59:6
    They return at evening, snarling like dogs, and prowl about the city.
    Psalm 59:5-7 (in Context) Psalm 59 (Whole Chapter) Other Translations
  24. Psalm 59:14
    They return at evening, snarling like dogs, and prowl about the city.
    Psalm 59:13-15 (in Context) Psalm 59 (Whole Chapter) Other Translations
  25. Psalm 68:23
    that your feet may wade in the blood of your foes, while the tongues of your dogs have their share.”
    Psalm 68:22-24 (in Context) Psalm 68 (Whole Chapter) Other Translations
  26. Proverbs 26:11
    As a dog returns to its vomit, so fools repeat their folly.
    Proverbs 26:10-12 (in Context) Proverbs 26 (Whole Chapter) Other Translations
  27. Proverbs 26:17
    Like one who grabs a stray dog by the ears is someone who rushes into a quarrel not their own.
    Proverbs 26:16-18 (in Context) Proverbs 26 (Whole Chapter) Other Translations
  28. Ecclesiastes 9:4
    Anyone who is among the living has hope —even a live dog is better off than a dead lion!
    Ecclesiastes 9:3-5 (in Context) Ecclesiastes 9 (Whole Chapter) Other Translations
  29. Isaiah 56:10
    Israel’s watchmen are blind, they all lack knowledge; they are all mute dogs, they cannot bark; they lie around and dream, they love to sleep.
    Isaiah 56:9-11 (in Context) Isaiah 56 (Whole Chapter) Other Translations
  30. Isaiah 56:11
    They are dogs with mighty appetites; they never have enough. They are shepherds who lack understanding; they all turn to their own way, they seek their own gain.
    Isaiah 56:10-12 (in Context) Isaiah 56 (Whole Chapter) Other Translations
  31. Isaiah 66:3
    But whoever sacrifices a bull is like one who kills a person, and whoever offers a lamb is like one who breaks a dog’s neck; whoever makes a grain offering is like one who presents pig’s blood, and whoever burns memorial incense is like one who worships an idol. They have chosen their own ways, and they delight in their abominations;
    Isaiah 66:2-4 (in Context) Isaiah 66 (Whole Chapter) Other Translations
  32. Jeremiah 15:3
    “I will send four kinds of destroyers against them,” declares the LORD, “the sword to kill and the dogs to drag away and the birds and the wild animals to devour and destroy.
    Jeremiah 15:2-4 (in Context) Jeremiah 15 (Whole Chapter) Other Translations
  33. Matthew 7:6
    “Do not give dogs what is sacred; do not throw your pearls to pigs. If you do, they may trample them under their feet, and turn and tear you to pieces.
    Matthew 7:5-7 (in Context) Matthew 7 (Whole Chapter) Other Translations
  34. Matthew 15:26
    He replied, “It is not right to take the children’s bread and toss it to the dogs.”
    Matthew 15:25-27 (in Context) Matthew 15 (Whole Chapter) Other Translations
  35. Matthew 15:27
    “Yes it is, Lord,” she said. “Even the dogs eat the crumbs that fall from their master’s table.”
    Matthew 15:26-28 (in Context) Matthew 15 (Whole Chapter) Other Translations
  36. Mark 7:27
    “First let the children eat all they want,” he told her, “for it is not right to take the children’s bread and toss it to the dogs.”
    Mark 7:26-28 (in Context) Mark 7 (Whole Chapter) Other Translations
  37. Mark 7:28
    “Lord,” she replied, “even the dogs under the table eat the children’s crumbs.”
    Mark 7:27-29 (in Context) Mark 7 (Whole Chapter) Other Translations
  38. Luke 16:21
    and longing to eat what fell from the rich man’s table. Even the dogs came and licked his sores.
    Luke 16:20-22 (in Context) Luke 16 (Whole Chapter) Other Translations
  39. Philippians 3:2
    Watch out for those dogs, those evildoers, those mutilators of the flesh.
    Philippians 3:1-3 (in Context) Philippians 3 (Whole Chapter) Other Translations
  40. 2 Peter 2:22
    Of them the proverbs are true: “A dog returns to its vomit,” and, “A sow that is washed returns to her wallowing in the mud.”
    2 Peter 2:21-22 (in Context) 2 Peter 2 (Whole Chapter) Other Translations
  41. Revelation 22:15
    Outside are the dogs, those who practice magic arts, the sexually immoral, the murderers, the idolaters and everyone who loves and practices falsehood.
    Revelation 22:14-16 (in Context) Revelation 22 (Whole Chapter) Other Translations


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