Treasury of Scripture Knowledge

Summary

Women received their dead raised to life again: and others were tortured, not accepting deliverance; that they might obtain a better resurrection:

Tortured

Not accepting

General references

Bible References

Women

Luke 7:12
Now when He approached the town gate, He saw a dead man being carried out; it was the only son of his widowed mother. And many people from the town were with her.
John 11:40
Jesus replied to her, "Did I not tell you that you would see God's glory [i.e., a miraculous resurrection. See verses 22-27] if you believed?"
Acts 9:41
Peter then reached out his hand and raised her up; he called the saints [i.e., God's holy people] and the widows [back into the room] and presented her [to them] alive.

Tortured

Acts 22:24
the commander ordered Paul to be brought to headquarters and requested that he be interrogated by means of a flogging, in order to learn the reason why people were shouting against him.

Not accepting

Acts 4:19
But Peter and John replied, "You decide whether it is right before God to listen to you men or to Him;

That they

Matthew 22:30
For in the resurrected state men do not get married, nor are women given away in marriage, but [all] are like angels in heaven.
Mark 12:25
For when people rise from the dead, men do not get married, and women are not given away in marriage, but [all] are like angels in heaven.
Luke 14:14
Then you will receive a blessing, because these people do not have anything to pay you back with, for you will be paid back when righteous people are raised from the dead."
Luke 20:36
For they cannot die anymore either, because they are equal to the angels and are children of God, as well as children of the resurrection [i.e., people who are assured of being resurrected].
John 5:29
and they will come out [i.e., in the general resurrection on the last day]. Those who had done what was good will be raised [from the dead] to [never ending] life; and those who had done what was evil will be raised [from the dead] to judgment [i.e., to be condemned].
Acts 23:6
When Paul realized that part [of the Sanhedrin] were Sadducees and the other part were Pharisees, he lifted up his voice before the Council and said, "Brothers, I am a Pharisee and the son of a Pharisee. And it is concerning our hope that the dead will be raised that I have been brought to trial."
Acts 24:15
I have a hope in God that there will be a resurrection both for those who have done right and those who have done wrong, just as the Jews themselves also expect.
1 Corinthians 15:54
But when this [body] that can decay has been clothed with one which cannot decay, and this [body] that can die has been clothed with one which cannot die, then the Scriptural saying will be fulfilled [Isa. 25:8], "Death has been swallowed up [i.e., eliminated] by victory." [Note: The reference here is to the time when believers will experience victory over death by being resurrected or taken directly to be with God].
Philippians 3:11
in order to, somehow, be raised out of the dead [i.e., to have never ending life].

General references

Luke 9:24
For whoever would [try to] save his life [i.e., by neglecting spiritual things] will lose it [i.e., miss out on the blessings of God]. But whoever [willingly] loses his life [i.e., in commitment to God's service] for my sake, that person will save it [i.e., obtain both temporal and spiritual blessings].