Treasury of Scripture Knowledge
Go up to Gilead, and take balsam, O virgin daughter of Egypt: in vain shalt thou bring up many healings; none to thee.
Babylon fell suddenly, and she will be broken: wail ye for her; take balsam for her pain, perhaps she will be healed.
And they will sit down to eat bread, and they will lift up their eyes, and will see, and behold travellers, Ishmaelites come from Gilead, and their camels bearing perfumes and balsam and myrrh, going to carry down to Egypt
And Israel their father will say to them, If so now, do this; take of the best fruits of the land in your vessels, and carry down to the man a gift of a little balsam, and a little honey and spice and resin, pistacia nuts, and almonds.
And the Pharisees, seeing, said to his disciples, Wherefore does your teacher eat with tax collectors and the sinful?
And Jesus, having answered, said to them, Those being in good health have no need of a physician; but they being ill
And a woman being in a flowing of blood for twelve years, who having expended all the means of subsistence upon physicians, could not be cured by any.
For thus said Jehovah, Thy breaking is incurable, and thy blow sickly.
For what shall ye be yet struck? will ye add apostasy? every head for sickness, and every heart sick