Treasury of Scripture Knowledge
Is Ephraim my dear son? is he a pleasant child? for since I spake against him, I do earnestly remember him still: therefore my bowels are troubled for him; I will surely have mercy upon him, saith the LORD.
In weeping will they come, and I will lead them in mercies; I will cause them to go to the streams of waters in a straight way; they shall not stumble in it: for I was to Israel for a father, and Ephraim he is my first-born.
And I said, How shall I place thee among the sons, and I will give to thee a land of desire, an inheritance of glory of the armies of nations? And saying, Ye shall call to me, My father; and ye shall rot turn back from after me.
As a father compassionating over his sons, Jehovah compassionated those fearing him.
For whom Jehovah shall love he will rebuke, as a father the son he will delight in.
For this my son was dead, and has returned to life; and he was lost, and found. And they began to be gladdened.
For this, my heart shall sound for Moab as pipes, and my heart shall sound for the men of Kirheres as pipes: for the riches he made perished.
For this my bowels shall sound as a harp for Moab, and my inner parts for the wall of Haresh.
Look from the heavens, and see from thy holy dwelling and thy glory: where thy zeal and thy strength? the multitude of thy bowels and thy compassions to me restrained themselves.
The unjust one shall forsake his way, and the man of vanity his purposes, and turn back to Jehovah, and he will pity him, and to our God, for he will multiply to forgive.
I saw his ways, and I will heal him: and I will lead him and I will restore comforts to him, and to his mourners.
I will heal their turning away, I loved them largely: for mine anger turned away from him.
Who is God as thee, lifting up iniquity and passing by transgression to the remnant of his inheritance? he held not his anger forever for he delighted in mercy.
My bowels boiled, and were not silent: the days of affliction anticipated me.
And they will cry to God in straits to them; he will save them from their distresses.
If ye shall be willing and hear, ye shall eat the good of the land.
For if he afflicted, and he compassionated according to the multitude of his mercy.
He succored Israel his servant, remembering mercy;
1 Corinthians 11:31
For if we examined ourselves, we should not be judged.