Treasury of Scripture Knowledge
Jerusalem remembered in the days of her affliction and of her miseries all her pleasant things that she had in the days of old, when her people fell into the hand of the enemy, and none did help her: the adversaries saw her, and did mock at her sabbaths.
Who will give me as the months of old, as the days God will watch me?
And now the younger than I laughed upon me, which I rejected their fathers to set with the dogs of my flock.
These I shall remember, and I shall pour out my soul in me: for I shall pass through into the booth, I shall go softly with them even to the house of God, with the voice of joy and confession, of the multitude keeping a festival.
I will remember God and I shall be disquieted: I shall be depressed and my spirit will languish. Silence.
And she pursued those loving her, and she shall not overtake them; and she sought them and she shall not find: and she said, I will go and turn back to my former husband, for it was well to me then more than now.
And having come to himself, he said, Many hired of my father abound in loaves, and I am perishing with hunger!
But Abraham said, Child, remember that thou didst receive thy good things in thy life, and Lazarus likewise evil things: and now here is he comforted, and thou art tormented.
For what great nation to whom God being near to it as Jehovah our God in all our calling to him?
For Jehovah thy God brings thee to a good land, a land of torrents of water, fountains, and depths going forth in the valley and in the mountain;
Announcing his word to Jacob, his laws and judgments to Israel.
I will sing now to my beloved a song of my love for his vineyard. There was a vineyard to my beloved in the horn of the son of oil:
All passing by the way clapped their hands at thee; they hissed, and they will nod their head at the daughter of Jerusalem: This the city, they will say; the complete splendor of joy to all the earth.
We were a reproach to our neighbors, a derision and scorn to those being round about us.
For there they carrying us away captive asked us the words of a song; and they heaping us up gladness; Sing to us from the song of Zion.
And now many nations were gathered against thee, saying, She shall be defiled, and our eyes shall look upon Zion.