“The jailer had a high-school-age daughter and was uncertain how to help her get in college,” writes Ferris.
My jailer said I had to convert to Islam if I hoped to survive.
The jailer asked her twice if she wanted to stay in the jail until the morning but she declined.
It was akin to a jailer wielding a set of keys before locking you in your cell.
At the time of her release, a jailer asked Richardson if she had a ride.
As a jailer he was in close touch with facts and knew by experience how unstable in these days was any man's power.
What had become of the jailer and the guards, Theseus never knew.
This jailer might have been rich—if he had carried himself civilly; but he sought his own ruin, which soon after came upon him.
To know and to feel that they regard themselves as your prisoners, and you as their jailer?
Then her jailer saw that Jehane's eyes were green, and very steady.
(of Philippi), Acts 16:23. The conversion of the Roman jailer, a man belonging to a class "insensible as a rule and hardened by habit, and also disposed to despise the Jews, who were the bearers of the message of the gospel," is one of those cases which illustrate its universality and power.