Treasury of Scripture Knowledge
And, if he be a poor man, thou shalt not sleep in his pledge:
Ill-clad, they are left to lodge without clothing, and have no covering in the cold;
Is it not to break unto the hungry, thy bread, And the thrust-out oppressed, that thou bring into a home, - When thou seest one naked, that thou cover him, And from thine own flesh, shalt not hide thyself?
If, a brother or sister, should be naked, and coming short of the daily food,
As vinegar to the teeth, and as smoke to the eyes, so, is the sluggard, to them who send him.
For, there, our captors asked of us words of song, and our plunderers - gladness, - Sing us of the songs of Zion!
A time to weep, and a time to laugh, - A time to wail, and a time to dance for joy;
Then the king departed to his palace, and spent the night fasting, and no, table, was brought in before him, - and, his sleep, fled from him.
Rejoice with them that rejoice, weep with them that weep:
And, the prayer of faith, shall save the exhausted one, and the Lord will raise him up, and, if he have committed, sins, it shall be forgiven him.