Read Ezekiel 26 today.

This chapter (and the next 2 chapters) includes the message to Tyre, regarding its destruction because it rejoiced at the destruction of Jerusalem. The implication in verse 6 is that Tyre did not know or acknowledge the Lord. Ultimately, that lack of acknowledgment would have consequences. The same is true for us.
Ezekiel 26:1-6 NLT
On February 3, during the twelfth year of King Jehoiachin’s captivity, this message came to me from the LORD: [2] “Son of man, Tyre has rejoiced over the fall of Jerusalem, saying, ‘Ha! She who was the gateway to the rich trade routes to the east has been broken, and I am the heir! Because she has been made desolate, I will become wealthy!’
[3] “Therefore, this is what the Sovereign LORD says: I am your enemy, O Tyre, and I will bring many nations against you, like the waves of the sea crashing against your shoreline. [4] They will destroy the walls of Tyre and tear down its towers. I will scrape away its soil and make it a bare rock! [5] It will be just a rock in the sea, a place for fishermen to spread their nets, for I have spoken, says the Sovereign LORD. Tyre will become the prey of many nations, [6] and its mainland villages will be destroyed by the sword. Then they will know that I am the LORD.