Treasury of Scripture Knowledge
But the eyes of the wicked shall fail, and they shall not escape, and their hope shall be as the giving up of the ghost.
If I shall withhold from the desire of the poor, and cause the eyes of the widow to fail;
Surely I will do this to you, and I appointed over you terror, consumption, and burning fever, destroying the eyes and consuming the soul: and ye sowed in vain your seed, and your enemies shall eat it.
And among these nations thou shalt not rest, and there shall not be rest to the sole of thy foot: and Jehovah gave to thee there a trembling heart and a wasting away of the eyes, and a faintnesss of soul.
I was wearied in my calling, my throat was dried up: mine eyes failed waiting for my God.
Continuing, yet our eyes will fail, for our help in vain: in our watching we watched for a nation it will not save us.
They shall not escape
And flight perished from the swift; and the strong shall not strengthen his power, and the mighty shall not save his soul.
According as a man will flee from the face of the lion and the bear struck upon him, and he came into the house and leaned his hand upon the wall, and the serpent bit him.
I saw Jehovah standing upon the altar: and he will say, Strike the crown, and the thresholds shall tremble: and dash them in pieces upon the head of them all; and the last of them I will slay with the sword: the fleeing to them shall not flee, and he escaping to them shall not escape.
How shall we escape, having neglected such great salvation; which at the beginning taken to be spoken by the Lord, by them having heard was made firm to us;
So the paths of all forgetting God and the hope of the profane one shall perish.
His confidence shall be plucked out from his tent, and it shall drive him to the king of terrors.
For what the hope of the profane one if he shall plunder? for God shall draw out his soul.
The fear of the unjust one it shall come to him: and the desire of the just shall be given.
He cursing his father and his mother, his lamp shall go out in the midst of darkness.
And in hades, having lifted up his eyes, being in torments, he sees Abraham from far off, and Lazarus in his bosom.