Taught at Jetavana to Anāthapiṇḍika. The Noble Disciple is free from the fivefold guilty dread: he knows that he is not guilty of taking life, of theft, of sexual misconduct, of falsehood, of the use of intoxicants, and he is free from dread of the guilt attaching to these. He is also possessed of unwavering faith in the Buddha, the Dhamma, and the Saṅgha, and sees the Noble truth of the Causal Law. He thus begets confidence regarding his ultimate destiny. S.ii.68 ﬀ.
Dutiya Pañcaverabhaya Sutta.– The same discourse given to a number of monks. S.ii.70.