His answers were so truthful and accurate that they served to blind the jailor still further.
The jailor was making a feeble pretense of protecting his prisoners.
It was evident that he understood the desires of his jailor, and equally plain that he had resolved to disregard them.
One morning, shortly after sunrise, Mark was awakened by the entrance of their jailor.
At eight o'clock the jailor unlocked the prison door to let me out, and I gave the parting hand to the prisoner of hope.
The jailor decided that he could safely postpone his visit to Fandor's cell.
With such precautions, a jailor might depend on the safe keeping of his charge, but yet we overcame it all.
But Mombi was still my grandfather's jailor, and afterward my father's jailor.
If you take him prisoner, he will escape: no judge in the island dare convict him, no jailor would dare keep his door shut.
The jailor, Swims, was a character, and merits a particular description.
(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.