Treasury of Scripture Knowledge

Summary

I will declare thy righteousness, and thy works; for they shall not profit thee.

Bible References

General references

Isaiah 1:11
What use to me is the number of the offerings which you give me? says the Lord; your burned offerings of sheep, and the best parts of fat cattle, are a weariness to me; I take no pleasure in the blood of oxen, or of lambs, or of he-goats.
Isaiah 58:2
Though they make prayer to me every day, and take pleasure in the knowledge of my ways: like a nation which has done righteousness, and has not given up the rules of their God, they make requests to me for the right orders, it is their delight to come near to God.
Isaiah 59:6
Their twisted threads will not make clothing, and their works will give them nothing for covering themselves: their works are works of sin, and violent acts are in their hands.
Isaiah 64:5
Will you not have mercy on him who takes pleasure in doing righteousness, even on those who keep in mind your ways? Truly you were angry, and we went on doing evil, and sinning against you in the past.
Isaiah 66:3
He who puts an ox to death puts a man to death; he who makes an offering of a lamb puts a dog to death; he who makes a meal offering makes an offering of pig's blood; he who makes an offering of perfumes for a sign gives worship to an image: as they have gone after their desires, and their soul takes pleasure in their disgusting things;
Jeremiah 7:4
Put no faith in false words, saying, The Temple of the Lord, the Temple of the Lord, the Temple of the Lord, are these.
Micah 3:2
You who are haters of good and lovers of evil, pulling off their skin from them and their flesh from their bones;
Matthew 23:5
But all their works they do so as to be seen by men: for they make wide their phylacteries, and the edges of their robes,
Romans 3:10
As it is said in the holy Writings, There is not one who does righteousness;
Romans 10:2
For I give witness of them that they have a strong desire for God, but not with knowledge.

Basic English, produced by Mr C. K. Ogden of the Orthological Institute - public domain