Treasury of Scripture Knowledge
Shall that unseasoned be eaten without salt? if there is taste in purslain slime?
Shall not the multitude of words be answered? and shall a man of lips be justified?
Who will give silence? Ye shall be silent, and it shall be to you for wisdom.
How long will ye, grieve my soul, and crush me with words?
How didst thou help to him of no strength? didst thou save the arm of no strength?
Wherefore, my dearly beloved brethren, let every man be quick to hear, slow to speak, slow to anger:
And on the contrary, ye devise falsehood; physicians all of you for nothing.
For whom thou didst strike they pursued; and they will relate to the pain of thy wounded.
Some truly of hired labor announce Christ, not purely, thinking to bring pressure upon my bonds: