Psalms 78:64

Their priests fell by the sword, And their widows couldn't weep.

Alternate Versions of Psalms 78-64

A Conservative Version: Psalms 78:64
Their priests fell by the sword, and their widows made no lamentation.

American Standard Version: Psalms 78:64
Their priests fell by the sword; And their widows made no lamentation.

Bible in Basic English: Psalms 78:64
Their priests were put to death by the sword, and their widows made no weeping for them.

Darby English Bible: Psalms 78:64
Their priests fell by the sword, and their widows made no lamentation.

King James Version: Psalms 78:64
Their priests fell by the sword; and their widows made no lamentation.

King James Version (UK): Psalms 78:64
Their priests fell by the sword; and their widows made no lamentation.

Webster's: Psalms 78:64
Their priests fell by the sword; and their widows made no lamentation.

Youngs Literal Translation: Psalms 78:64
His priests by the sword have fallen, And their widows weep not.

Verses Related to Psalms 78-64

1 Samuel 4:11
The ark of God was taken; and the two sons of Eli, Hophni and Phinehas, were slain.

1 Samuel 4:17
He who brought the news answered, Israel is fled before the Philistines, and there has been also a great slaughter among the people, and your two sons also, Hophni and Phinehas, are dead, and the ark of God is taken.

1 Samuel 4:19
His daughter-in-law, Phinehas' wife, was with child, near to be delivered: and when she heard the news that the ark of God was taken, and that her father-in-law and her husband were dead, she bowed herself and brought forth; for her pains came on her.

1 Samuel 22:18
The king said to Doeg, Turn you, and fall on the priests. Doeg the Edomite turned, and he fell on the priests, and he killed on that day eighty-five persons who wore a linen ephod.

Job 27:15
Those who remain of him shall be buried in death. His widows shall make no lamentation.

Ezekiel 24:23
Your tires shall be on your heads, and your shoes on your feet: you shall not mourn nor weep; but you shall pine away in your iniquities, and moan one toward another.