Treasury of Scripture Knowledge
My strength is dried up like a potsherd; and my tongue cleaveth to my jaws; and thou hast brought me into the dust of death.
When I kept my mouth shut, my bones were wasted, because of my crying all through the day.
A glad heart makes a healthy body, but a crushed spirit makes the bones dry.
I am tired with my crying; my throat is burning: my eyes are wasted with waiting for my God.
The chiefs kept back their words, and their tongues were joined to the roofs of their mouths.
The tongue of the child at the breast is fixed to the roof of his mouth for need of drink: the young children are crying out for bread, and no man gives it to them.
After this, being conscious that all things had now been done so that the Writings might come true, Jesus said, Give me water.
If your face is veiled, they are troubled; when you take away their breath, they come to an end, and go back to the dust.
With the hard work of your hands you will get your bread till you go back to the earth from which you were taken: for dust you are and to the dust you will go back.
And Abraham answering said, Truly, I who am only dust, have undertaken to put my thoughts before the Lord:
And why do you not take away my sin, and let my wrongdoing be ended? for now I go down to the dust, and you will be searching for me with care, but I will be gone.
O keep in mind that you made me out of earth; and will you send me back again to dust?
All flesh would come to an end together, and man would go back to the dust.
For this cause he will have a heritage with the great, and he will have a part in the goods of war with the strong, because he gave up his life, and was numbered with the evil-doers; taking on himself the sins of the people, and making prayer for the wrongdoers.
And a number of those who are sleeping in the dust of the earth will come out of their sleep, some to eternal life and some to eternal shame.
And Jesus gave another loud cry, and gave up his spirit.
1 Corinthians 15:3
For I gave to you first of all what was handed down to me, how Christ underwent death for our sins, as it says in the Writings;
They are round me, yes, they are all about me; but in the name of the Lord I will have them cut down.