Deuteronomy 28:54

Overview - Deuteronomy 28
The blessings for obedience.
15 The curses for disobedience.
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Deuteronomy 28:54  (King James Version)
So that the man that is tender among you, and very delicate, his eye shall be evil toward his brother, and toward the wife of his bosom, and toward the remnant of his children which he shall leave:

his eye
15:9 Proverbs 23:6 ; 28:22 Matthew 20:15

and toward
The Roman armies at length besieged, sacked, and utterly desolated Jerusalem: and during this seige, the famine was so extreme, that even rich and delicate persons, both men and women, ate their own children, and concealed the horrible repast, lest others should tear it from them! "Women snatched the food out of the very mouths of their husbands, and sons of their fathers, and (what is most miserable) mothers of their infants." "In every house, if there appeared any semblance of food, a battle ensued, and the dearest friends and relations fought with one another; snatching away the miserable provisions of life." "A woman distinguished by birth and wealth, after she had been plundered by the tyrants (or soldiers) of all her possessions, boiling her own sucking child, ate half of him, and concealing the other half, reserved it for another time!"
13:6 2 Samuel 12:3 ; Micah 7:5

his children
Psalms 103:13 ; Isaiah 49:15 ; Matthew 7:9-11 ; Luke 11:11-13