Treasury of Scripture Knowledge
But her end is bitter as wormwood, and sharp as a two-edged sword;
Of laughing I said, It is foolish; and of joy--What use is it?
It is better to take note of the protest of the wise, than for a man to give ear to the song of the foolish.
Have joy, O young man, while you are young; and let your heart be glad in the days of your strength, and go in the ways of your heart, and in the desire of your eyes; but be certain that for all these things God will be your judge.
But Abraham said, Keep in mind, my son, that when you were living, you had your good things, while Lazarus had evil things: but now, he is comforted and you are in pain.
Be troubled, with sorrow and weeping; let your laughing be turned to sorrow and your joy to grief.
As she gave glory to herself, and became more evil in her ways, in the same measure give her pain and weeping: for she says in her heart, I am seated here a queen, and am no widow, and will in no way see sorrow.