Treasury of Scripture Knowledge
And when he came to himself, he said, How many hired servants of my father's have bread enough and to spare, and I perish with hunger!
And they went out to see what had taken place, and they came to Jesus and saw the man out of whom the evil spirits had gone, seated, clothed and with full use of his senses, at the feet of Jesus; and fear came on them.
And in hell, being in great pain, lifting up his eyes he saw Abraham, far away, and Lazarus on his breast.
As a dream when one is awake, they are ended; they are like an image gone out of mind when sleep is over.
This is evil in all things which are done under the sun: that there is one fate for all, and the hearts of the sons of men are full of evil; while they have life their hearts are foolish, and after that--to the dead.
Truly, after I had been turned, I had regret for my ways; and after I had got knowledge, I made signs of sorrow: I was put to shame, truly, I was covered with shame, because I had to undergo the shame of my early years.
Because he had fear and was turned away from all the wrong which he had done, life will certainly be his, death will not be his fate.
Now when these words came to their ears their hearts were troubled, and they said to Peter and the other Apostles, Brothers, what are we to do?
And he sent for lights and came rushing in and, shaking with fear, went down on his face before Paul and Silas,
And I gave them punishment frequently, in all the Synagogues, forcing them to say things against God; and burning with passion against them, I went after them even into far-away towns.
But God, being full of mercy, through the great love which he had for us,
For this reason he says, Be awake, you who are sleeping, and come up from among the dead, and Christ will be your light.
But when the mercy of God our Saviour, and his love to man was seen,
Do not be turned from the right way, dear brothers.
I will get up and go to my father, and will say to him, Father, I have done wrong, against heaven and in your eyes:
Jerusalem keeps in mind, in the days of her sorrow and of her wanderings, all the desired things which were hers in days gone by; when her people came into the power of her hater and she had no helper, her attackers saw their desire effected on her and made sport of her destruction.