25 And the children of Dan said unto him, Let not thy voice be heard among us, lest angry fellows run upon thee, and thou lose thy life, with the lives of thy household.
Angry is translated 'bitter of soul' by Bro Thomas...
'lest fellows bitter of soul run upon thee'
This condition of body imports "hot anger," as is manifest from Ezekiel iii. 14. Moses connects bitter with destruction in his threatening of punishment upon Israel: "They shall be burnt," says he, "with hunger, and devoured with burning heat, and with bitter destruction" (Deut. xxxii. 24). Fellows inflamed with anger, and ready to execute vengeance upon the objects of their wrath, are said to be "bitter of soul:" Here, loss of life to Micah and his dependants is predicated upon the bitterness of soul or body, of his enemies.