Jeremiah Chapter 48: It is a terrible mistake to make fun of someone falling; it is a clear ticket for you to the same or even worse falling. Never do it
The country of Moab would be under distress. They had hoped in the protection of their god, Chemosh, but this trust would be destroyed since the god would not save them. The narration depicts of specific cities within the country for some specific reasons, but the conclusion of it all is the destruction of a country that hoped so much in its wealth, power of the army, good geographical position, and gods (verses 1-10). Verses 11 and onwards depicts Moab as a country that had much pride, and had never tasted some kind of troubles for years. However, God was sure that their punishment was coming and they would be evacuated from one jar into another, from clean houses and places into caves like a dove hiding for the enemies of Moab would prey on it just as an eagle does a dove or hen. God via his prophet goes ahead and describes how Israel had trusted so much in the god (verse13) but all this had not protected her when its time of troubles arrived.