'Sad' in the Bible
So he asked Pharaoh’s officers who were in custody with him in his master’s house, “Why do you look so sad today?”
During the month of Nisan in the twentieth year of King Artaxerxes, when wine was set before him, I took the wine and gave it to the king. I had never been sad in his presence,
so the king said to me, “Why are you sad, when you aren’t sick? This is nothing but depression.”I was overwhelmed with fear
and replied to the king, “May the king live forever! Why should I not be sad when the city where my ancestors are buried lies in ruins and its gates have been destroyed by fire?”
Even in laughter a heart may be sad,and joy may end in grief.
A joyful heart makes a face cheerful,but a sad heart produces a broken spirit.
Grief is better than laughter,for when a face is sad, a heart may be glad.
How sad for me!For I am like one who—when the summer fruit has been gatheredafter the gleaning of the grape harvest—finds no grape cluster to eat,no early fig, which I crave.
“Whenever you fast, don’t be sad-faced like the hypocrites. For they make their faces unattractiveso their fasting is obvious to people. I assure you: They’ve got their reward!
Jesus said to them, “Can the wedding guests be sad while the groom is with them? The time will come when the groom will be taken away from them, and then they will fast.
After he heard this, he became extremely sad, because he was very rich.