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The New 

Topical Text Book 





Introduction byR.A.Torrey 



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FROM THE LIBRARY OF 
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The ("jAN 12 i^^b^ 

New Topical Text Book ;i^ 



A Scripture Text Book for the use of Minis- 
ters, Teachers, and all Christian Workers 



With Introduction on Methods of Bible Study- 
by Rev. R. A. Torrey 



New, revised and enlarged edition 



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METHODS OF BIBLE STUDY. 

By Rev. R. A. Torrey. 

First of all make up your mind that you will put some time evevg 
day into the study of the Word of God, That is an easy resolution 
to make, and not a very difficult one to keep; if the one who makes 
it is in earnest. It is one of the most fruitful resolutions that any 
Christian ever made. The forming of that resolution and the hold- 
ing faithfully to it, has been the turning point in many a life. 
Many a life that has been barren and unsatisfactory has become 
rich and useful through the introduction into it of regular, perse- 
vering, daily study of the Bible. This study may not be very inter- 
esting at first, the results may not be very encouraging; but, if one 
will keep pegging away, it will soon begin to count as nothing else 
has ever counted in the development of character, and in the en- 
richment of the whole life. Nothing short of absolute physical 
inability should be allowed to interfere with this daily study. 

It is impossible to make a rule that will apply to every one as to 
the amount of time that shall be given each day to the study of the 
Word. I know many busy people, including not a few labor- 
ing men and women, who give an hour a day to Bible study, but 
if one cannot give more than fifteen minutes a great deal can be 
accomplished. Wherever it is possible the time set apart for the 
work should be in the daylight hours. The very best time is in 
the early morning hours. If possible lock yourself in with God 
alone. 

2. Make up your mind to study the Bible. It is astounding 
how much heedless reading of the Bible is done. Men seem to 
think that there is some magic power in the book, and that, if they 
will but open its pages and skim over its words, they will get good 
out of it. The Bible is good only because of the truth that is in it, 
and to see this truth demands close attention. A verse must often- 
times be read and re=read and read again before the wondrous mes- 
sage of love and power that God has put into it begins to appear. 
Words must be turned over and over in the mind before their full 

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INTRODUCTION 



force and beauty takes possession of us. One must look a long 
time at the great masterpieces of art to appreciate their beauty and 
understand their meaning, and so one must look a long time at the 
great verses of the Bible to appreciate their beauty and understand 
their meaning. When you read a verse in the Bible ask yourself 
What does this verse mean? Then ask: What does it mean for me? 
When that is answered ask yourself again: Is that all it means? and 
don't leave it until you are quite sure that is all it means for the 
present. You may come back at some future time and find it 
means yet a great deal more. If there are any important words in 
the verse weigh them, look up other passages where they are 
used, and try to get their full significance. God pronounces that 
man blessed who "meditates" on the Word of God "day and 
night." Ps. 1: 2, 3. An indolent skimming over of a few verses or 
many chapters in the Bible is not meditation, and there is not 
much blessing in it. Jeremiah said: "Thy words were found and I 
did eat them." (Jer. 15:16.) Nothing is more important in eating 
than chewing. If one doesn't properly chew his food, he is quite 
as likely to get dyspepsia as nourishment. Don't let any one chew 
your spiritual food for you. Insist on doing it for yourself. Any 
one can be a student who makes up his mind to. It is hard at first 
but it soon becomes easy. I have seen very dull minds become 
keen by holding them right down to the grindstone. 

3. Shidy the Bible topically. Take up the various subjects 
treated of in the Bible, one by one, and go through the Bible and 
find what it has to say on these subjects. It miay be important to 
know what the great men have to say on important subjects; it is 
far more important to know what God has to say on these sub- 
jects. It is important also to know all that God has to say. A 
great many people know a part of what God has to say — and 
usually a very small part — and so their ideas are very imperfect 
and one=sided. If they only knew all God had to say on the sub- 
ject, it would be far better for them and for their friends. The 
only way to know all God has to say on any subject is to go 
through the Bible on that subject. To do this it is not necessary 
to read every verse in the Bible from Genesis to Revelation. It 
would be slow work, if we had to do that on every subject we took 
up. This would be necessary were it not for Text Books and Con- 
cordances. But in these we have the results of the hard work of 
many minds. Here we have the various passages that bear on any 



METHODS OF BIBLE STUDY 



subject brought together and classified for use, so that now we 
can do in a few hours what would otherwise take months or years. 
The topical method of Bible study is the simplest, most fascinating 
and yields the largest immediate results. It is not the only method 
of Bible study, and the one who pursues it exclusively will miss 
much of the blessing God has for him in Bible study.* But 
it is a very interesting and fruitful method of study. It is Mr. 
Moody's favorite method. It fills one's mind very full on any 
subject studied. Mr. Moody once gave several days to the study of 
"Grace." When he had finished he was so full of the subject that 
he rushed out on the street and going up to the first man he met he 
said: "Do you know anything about Grace?" "Grace who," the 
man asked. " The Grace of God that bringeth salvation." And 
then Mr. Moody poured out upon that man the rich treasures he 
had dug out of the Word of God. That is the way to master any sub- 
ject and to get full of it. Go through the Bible and see what it has 
to say on this subject. This is easily done. Take your Text Book 
and turn to the subject. Suppose the subject you desire to 
study is "Prayer." On pages 198-200 will be found a long list of the 
various passages of Scripture that bear on this subject. Look them 
up one after another and study t'nem carefully and see just what 
their teaching is. When you hav« gone through them you will 
know far more about prayer than you ever knew before, and far 
more than you could learn by reading any books that men have 
written about prayer, profitable as many of these books are. 
Sometimes it will be necessary to look up other subjects that are 
closely related to the one in hand. For example, you wish to study 
what the teaching of God's Word is regarding the atonement. In 
this case you will not only look under the head " Atonement " on 
page 23, but also under the head " Blood " on page 30, and un- 
der the head "Death of Christ," on page 60. To do this 
work a concordance is not necessary but it is often very help- 
ful. For example, if you are studying the subject "Prayer" 
you can look up from the concordance the passages that contain 
the words "pray," "prayer," "cry," "ask," "call," "supplica- 
tion," "intercession," etc. But the Text Book will give most 
of the passages on any subject regardless of what the words used 

* A full description and illustration of various profitable methods of Bible 
study will be found in Mr, Torrey's book on " How to Study the Bible for the 
Greatest Profit," 75 cents, 



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in the passage may be. Other passages will be found in the section 
on Bible Doctrines under their proper headings. 

There are four important suggestions to make regarding Topical 
Study of the Bible. 

First: Be systematic. Do not take up subjects for study at ran- 
dom. Have a carefully prepared list of the subjects you wish to 
know about, and need to know about, and take them up one by 
one, in order. If you do not do this, the probability is that you will 
have a few pet topics and will be studying these over and over 
until you get to be a crank about them, and possibly a nuisance. 
You will know much about these subjects, but about many other 
subjects equally important you will know nothing. You will be a 
one'sided Christian. 

Second: Be thorough. When you take up a subject do not be 
content to study a few passages on this subject, but find just as 
far as possible every passage in the Bible on this subject. If you 
find the Text Book incomplete make additions of your own to it. 

Third: Be exact. Find the exact meaning of every passage 
given in the Text Book on any subject. The way to do this is 
simple. In the first place note the exact words used. In the next 
place get the exact meaning of the words used. This is done by 
finding how the word is used in 4he Bible. The Bible usage of the 
word is not always the common use of to=day. For example, the 
Bible use of the words "sanctification" and "justification" is not 
the same as the common use. Then notice what goes before and 
what comes after the verse. This will oftentimes settle the mean- 
ing of a verse when it appears doubtful. Finally see if there are 
any parallel passages. The meaning of many of the most diflQcult 
passages in the Bible is made perfectly plain by some other pas- 
sage that throws light upon them. Then parallel passages are given 
in the margin of a good reference Bible and still more fully in "The 
Treasury of Scripture Knowledge," * a volume worthy of a place 
in the library of every Bible student. 

Fourth: Arrange the results of your topical study in an orderly 
way and write them down. One should constantly use pen and 
paper in Bible study. When one has gone through the Text Book 
on any subject, he will have a large amount of material, but he will 
want to get it into usable shape. The various passages given on 
any topic in the Text Book are classified, but the classification is 

* May be had of the publishers of this volume. $2.00. 



METHODS OF BIBLE STUDY 



not always just the one best adapted to our individual use. Take 
for example the subject '" Prayer." The classification of texts in 
the Text Book is very suggestive, but a better one for some pur- 
poses would be: 1st. Who Can Pray so that God Will Hear? 2nd. 
To Whom to Pray. 3d. For Whom to Pray. 4th. When to Pray. 
5th. Wliere to Pray. 6th. For What to pray. 7th. How to Pray. 
8th. Hindrances to Prayer. 9th. The results of Prayer. The 
passages given in the Text Book would come under these heads. 
It is well to make a trial division of the subject before taking up 
the individual passages given and to arrange each passage as we 
take it up under the appropriate head. We may have to ad^ to the 
divisions with which we began as we find new passages. The best 
classification of passages for any individual is the one he makes 
for himself, although he will get helpful suggestions from others. 

There are some subjects that every Christian should study and 
study as soon as possible. We give a list of these: 

Sin. 

The Atonement (or the Blood of Christ). 

Justification. 

The New Birth. 

Adoption. 

Sanctification. 

Holiness. 

Assurance. 

The Flesh. 

Cleansing. 

Faith. 

Repentance. 

Prayer. 

Thanksgiving. 

Praise. 

Worship. 

Love: To God, to Jesus Christ, to Christians, to all men. 

The Future Destiny of Believers. 

The Future Destiny of the Wicked. (Found under "Punishment 
of the Wicked," page 213; and "Death of the Wicked," page 61.) 

The Character of Christ. 

The Resurrection of Chiist. 

The Ascension of Christ. 



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The Second Coming of Christ: The fact, the manner, the pur- 
pose, the results, the time. 

The Reign of Christ. 

The Holy Spirit. Who and What He is; His Work. 

God. His Attributes and Work. 

Grace. 

Messianic Prophecies (under head, " Prophecies Respecting 
Christ, page 207). 

The Church. 

The Jews. 

Joy. 

The Judgment. 

Life. 

Peace. 

Perfection. 

Persecution. 

4. Study the Bible by chapters. This method of Bible study is 
not beyond any person of average intelligence who has fifteen min- 
utes or more a day to put into Bible Study. It will take, however, 
more' than one day to the study of a chapter if only fifteen minutes 
a day are set apart for the work. 

First: Select the chapters you wish to study. It is well to take a 
whole book and study the chapters in their order. The Acts of the 
Apostles (or the Gospel of John) is a good book to begin with. 
In time one may take up every chapter in the Bible, but it would 
not be wise to begin with Genesis. 

Second: Read the chapter for to=day's study five times. It is 
well to read it aloud at least once. The writer sees many things 
when he reads the Bible aloud that he does not see when he reads 
silently. Each new reading will bring out some new point. 

Third: Divide the chapters into their natural divisions and find 
headings for them that describe in the most striking way their con- 
tents. For example, suppose the chapter studied is 1 Jno. 5. 
You might divide in this way: 1st Division, verses 1-3. The Be- 
liever's Noble Parentage. 2nd Division, verses 4, 5. The Believer's 
Glorious Victory. 3rd Division, verses 6-10. The Believer's Sure 
Ground of Faith. 4:th Div., verses 11, 12. The Believer's Priceless 
Possession. 5th Div., verse 13. The Believer's Blessed Assurance. 
6th Div., verses 14. 1.5. The Believer's Unquestioning Confidence. 
7th Div., verses 16, 17. The Believer's Great Power and Responsi- 



METHODS OF BIBLE STUDY 



bility. 8th Div., verses 18, 19. The Believer's Perfect Security. 
!)th Div., verse 20. The Believer's Precious Knowledge. 10th Div., 
verse 21. The Believer's Constant Duty. lu many cases the natu- 
ral divisions will be longer than in this chapter. 

Fourth: Note the important differences between the Authorized 
Version and the Eevised and write them in the margin of your 
Bible. 

Fifth: Write down the leading facts of the chapter in their 
proper order. 

Sixth: Make a note of the persons mentioned in the chapter and 
of any light thrown upon their character. For example, your 
chapter is Acts 16. The persons mentioned are Timothy, Timothy's 
mother, Timothy's father, the brethren at Lystra and Iconium, 
Paul, the Jews of Lystra and Iconium, the apostles and elders at 
Jerusalem, a man of Macedonia, Luke, some women of Philippi, 
Lydia, the household of Lydia, a certain damsel possessed with a 
spirit of divination, the masters of this damsel, Silas, the praetors 
of Philippi, the Philippian mob, the jailor of Philippi, the prison- 
ers in the Philippian jail, ths household of the jailor, the lictors of 
Philippi, the brethren in Philippi. What light does the chap- 
ter throw upon the character of each? 

Seventh: Note the principal lessons of the chapter. It would be 
well to classify these: e. g., lessons about God, Christ, the Holy 
Spirit, etc., etc. 

Eighth: The Central Truth of the chapter. 

Ninth: The key verse of the chapter if there is one. 

Tenth: The best verse in the chapter. Opinions will differ 
widely here. But the question is, which is the best verse to you at 
this present reading. Mark it and memorize it. 

Eleventh: Note the verses that are usable as texts for sermons or 
talks or Bible readings. If you have time make an analysis of the 
thought of these verses and write it in the margin, or on the oppo- 
site leaf if you have an interleaved Bible. 

Twelfth: Name the chapter. For example. Acts 1 might be 
called The Ascension Chapter; Acts 2, The Day of Pentecost Chap- 
ter; Acts 3, The Lame Man's Chapter; etc. Give your own names 
to the chapters. Give the name that sets forth the most important 
and characteristic feature of the chapter. 

Thirteenth: Note subjects for further study. For example, you 
are studying Acts 1, Subjects suggested for further study are, The 



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Baptism with the Holy -Ghost (see Topical Text Book, page 26); 
The Ascension ( page 20); The Second Coming of Christ (page 240). 

Fourteenth: Words and phrases for further study. For example 
you are studying Jno. 3. You should look up such words and ex- 
pressions as, "Eternal life," "Born again," "Water," "Believer,"' 
"The Kingdom of God." 

Fifteenth: Write down what new truth you have learned from 
the chapter. If you have learned none, you had better go over it 
again. 

Sixteenth: What truth already known has come to you with new 
power? 

Seventeenth: What definite thing have you resolved to do 
as a result of studying this chapter? A permanent record should 
be kept of the results of the study of each chapter. It is well to 
have an interleaved Bible and keep the most important results in 
this. 

5. Study the Bible as the Word of God. The Bible is the Word of 
God, and we get the most good out of any book by studying it as 
what it really is. It is often said that we should study the Bible just 
as we study any other book. That principle contains a truth, but 
it also contains a great error. The Bible it is true is a book as 
other books are books, the same laws of grammatical and literary 
construction and interpretation hold here as hold in other books. 
But the Bible is an entirely unique book. It is what no other book 
is —The Word of God. This can be easily proveu to any candid 
man. The Bible ought then to be studied as no other book is. It 
should be studied as the Word of God. (1 Thes. 2: 13.) This 
involves five things. 

First: A greater eagerness and more careful and candid study to 
find out just what it teaches than is bestowed upon any other book 
or upon all other books. We must know the mind of God; here 
it is revealed. 

Second: A prompt and unquestioning acceptance of and sub ■ 
mission to its teachings when definitely ascertained, even when 
these teachings appear to us unreasonable or impossible. If this 
book is the Word of God how foolish to submit its teachings to the 
criticism of our finite reason. The little boy who discredits his wise 
father's statements because to his infant mind they appear unrea- 
sonable, is not a philosopher but a fool. When we are once satisfied 



METHODS OF BIBLE STUDY xIU 

that the Bible is the Word of God, its clear teachings must be the 
end of all controversy and discussion. 

Third: Absolute reliance upon all its promises in all their length 
and breadth and depth and height. The one who studies the Bible 
as the Word of God will say of every promise no matter how vast 
and beyond belief it appears, "God who cannot lie has promised 
this, so I will claim it for myself. " Mark the promises you thus 
claim. Look each day for some new promise from your infinite 
Father. He has put "His riches in glory" at your disposal. (Phil. 
4: 19.) 

Fourth: Obedience — prompt, exact, unquestioning, joyous 
obedience — to every command that it is evident from the context 
applies to you. Be on the lookout for new orders from the King. 
Blessing lies in the direction of obedience to them. God's com- 
mands are but signboards that mark the road to present success 
and blessedness and to eternal glory. 

Fifth: Studying the Bible as the "Word of God, involves studying 
it as His own voice speaking directly to you. When you open the 
Bible to study it realize that you have come into the very presence 
of God and that now He is going to speak to you. Every hour thus 
spent in Bible study will be an hour's walk and talk with God. 

6. Study the Bible prayerfully. The author of the book is 
willing to act as interpreter of it. He does so when we ask 
Him to. The one who prays with earnestness and faith, the 
Psalmist's prayer, "Open thou mine eyes that I may behold won- 
drous things out of Thy law," will get his eyes opened to see 
beauties and wonders in the Word that he never dreamed of before. 
Be very definite about this. Each time you open the Bible to study 
it for a few minutes or many, ask God to give you the open and dis- 
cerning eye, and expect Him to do it. Every time you come to a 
difficulty lay it before God and ask an explanation and expect it. 
How often we think as we puzzle over hard passages, " Oh if I only 
had so and so here to explain this." God is always present. Take 
it to Him. • 

7. Look for " the thhigs concerning Christ " " in all the Scrip- 
tures." Christ is everywhere in the Bible (Luke 24: 27) be on the 
lookout for Him and mark His presence when you find it. 

8. Improve spare moments in Bible Study. In almost every man's 
life many minutes each day are lost; while waiting for meals or 



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trains, while riding on the cars, etc. Carry a pocket Bible or 
Testament with you and save these golden minutes by putting 
them to the very best use listening to the voice of God. The Top- 
ical Text Book can be easily carried in the pocket as a h«lp in the 
work. 

9. Store away the Scripture in your mind and heart. It will keep 
you from sin (Ps. 119: 11. R. V.), from false doctrine (Acts 20: 29, 
30, 32. 2 Tim. S: 13-15), it will fill your heart with joy (Jer. 15: 16), 
and peace (Ps. 85: 8), it will give you victory over the Evil One (1 
Jno. 2:14), it will give you power in prayer (Jno. 15:7), it will 
make you wiser than the aged and your enemies (Ps. 119: 100, 98, 
130.) it will make you " complete, furnished completely unto every 
good work. (2 Tim. 3: 16, 17, R. V.) Try it. Do not memorize at 
random but memorize Scripture in a connected way. Memorize 
texts bearing on various subjects in proper order. Memorize by 
chapter and verse that you may know where to put your finger up- 
on the text if any one disputes it. 



New Topical Text Book 



TOPICAL TEXT BOOK 

FOR THE USE OF 

THE BIBLE STUDENT. 



ACC. 



ADO. 



Access to God. 

Is of God. Psa. 65 : 4. 

Is bv Christ. Juo. 10: 7, 9. Jno. 14:6. 

Rom. 5: 2. Eph. 2: 13. Eph. 3: 12. 

Heb. 7: 19, 2.3. Heb. 10: 19. 1 Pet. 

3 : 18. 
Is bv the Holy Ghost. Eph. 2: 18. 
Obtained through faith. Acts 14:27. 

Eora. 5: 2. Eph. 3: 12. HeJb. 11: 6. 
Follows upon reconciliation to God. 

Col. 1:21, 22. 
In i.iayer. Deu. 4:7. Mat. 6:6. 1 

Pet. 1:17. (See Prayer.) 
In His temple. Psa. 15: 1. Psa. 27:4. 

Psa. 43:3. Psa. 65:4. 
To obtain mercy and grace. Heb. 

4 : 16. 
A privilege of saints. Deu. 4:7. Psa. 

l.-.th. Psa. 23:6. Psa. 24:3, 4. 
Saints have, with confidence. Eph. 

3: 12. Heb. 4: 16. Heb. 10: 19, 22. 
Vouchsafed to repenting sinners. 

Hos. 14: 2. Joel 2:12. (See Ee- 

pentance.) 
Saints earnestly seek. Psa. 27: 4. 

Psa. 42: 1, 2. Psa. 43:3. Psa. 84: 

1.2. 
The wicked commanded to seek. Isa. 

55 : 6. Jas. 4 : 8. 
Urge others to seek. Isa. 2:3. Jer. 

31 : 6. 
Promises connected with. Psa. 145: 

18. Isa. 55:3. Mat. 6:6. Jas. 4:8. 
Blessedness of. Psa. 16 : 11. Psa. 65 : 

4. Psa. 73:28. 
Typified. Lev. 16: 12—15, with Heb. 

10: 19—22. 
Exemplified. Moses, Exo. 24: 2. Exo. 

34:4—7. 

Adoption. 

Explained. 2 Cor. 6:18. 

Is according to promise. Rom, 9:8, 

Gal. 3: 29. 
Is by faith. Gal. 3; 7,26. 



Is of God's grace. Eze. 16: 3—6. 

Rom. 4:16, 17. Eph. 1 : 5, 6, 11. 
Is through Christ. Jno. 1 : 12. Gal. 4 : 

4, 5. Eph. 1: 5. Heb. 2; 10, 13. 
Saints predestinated unto. Rom. 8: 

29. Eph. 1 : 5, 11. 
Of Gentiles, predicted. Hos. 2: 23. 

Rom. 9: 24—26. Eph. 3:6. 
The .Vdopted are gathered together 

in one by Christ. Jno. 11 : 52. 
New birth connected with, Jno. 1 : 

12, 13. 
The Holy Spirit is a Witness of. 

Rom. 8: 16. 
Being led by the Spirit is an evi- 
dence of. Rom. 8:14. 
Saints receive the Spirit of. Rom. 

8:15. Gal. 4:6. 
A privilege of saints. Jno. 1 : 12. 1 

Jno. 3: 1. 
Saints become brethren of Christ by. 

Jno. 20:17. Heb. 2:11,12. 
Saints wait for the final consumma- 
tion of. Rom. 8: 19, 23. 1 Jno. 3:2. 
Subjects saints to the fatherly dis- 
cipline of God. Deu. 8: 5. 2 Sam. 

7: 14. Pro. 3: 11, 12, Heb. 12: .5—11. 
God is long-suffering and merciful 

towards the partakers of. Jer. 31 : 

1, 9, 20. 
Should lead to holiness. 2 Cor. 6: 17, 

18, with 2 Cor. 7: 1. Phi. 2: 15. 1 

Jno. 3:2, 3. 
Should Produce 

Likeness to God. Mat. 5: 44, 45, 48. 

Eph. 5:1. 

child-like confidence in God. Mat. 
6:25-.34. 

A desire for God's glory. Mat. 5 : 16. 

A spirit of prayer. Mat. 7 : 7—11. 

A love of peace. Mat. 5: 9. 

A forgiving spirit. Mat. 6: 14. 

A merciful spirit. Luke 6: 35, 36. 

An avoidance of ostentation. Mat. 
6:1—4,6,18. 
Safety of those who receive. Pro, 

14:26. 



AFF. 



AFP. 



Confers a new name. Num. 6: 27. Isa. 

62: 2. Acts 15: 17. (See Titles of 

of Saints.) 
Entitles to an inheritance. Mat. 13: 

43. Eom. 8:17. Gal. 3: 29. Gal. 4: 
7. Epb. 3:6. 
Is to be pleaded in prayer. Isa. 63 : 

16. Mat. 6:9. 
Illustrated. Joseph's sons. Gen. 48: 5, 

14, 16, 22. Moses, Exo. 2 : 10. Esther, 
Est. 2 : 7. 

Typified. Israel, Exo. 4 : 22. Hos. 11 : 

1. Rom. 9:4. 
Exemplified. Solomon, 1 Chr. 28 : 6. 

Affections, The. 

Should be supi-emely set upon God. 

Deu. 6:.5. Mar. 12:30. 
Should be set 

Upon the commandments of God. 
Psa. 19: 8—10. Psa. 119: 20, 97, 
103, 167. 

Upon the house and worship of 
God. 1 Chr. 29: 3. Psa. 26: 8. 
Psa. 27:4. Psa. 84: 1. 2. 

Upon the people of God. Psa. 16: 
3. Eom. 12: 10. 2 Cor. 7: 13—15. 
1 The. 2:8. 

Upon heavenly things. Col. 3: 1, 2. 
Should be zealously engaged for God. 

Psa. 09: 9. Psa. 119: 139. Gal. 4:18. 
Christ claims the first place in. Mat. 

10:37. Luke 14: 26. 
Enkindled by communion with 

Christ. Luke 24 : 32. 
Blessedness of making God the ob- 
ject of. Psa. 91:14. 
Should not grow cold. Psa. 106: 12, 13. 

Mat. 24: 12. Gal. 4: 1,5. Rev. 2: 4. 
Of saints, supi'emely set on God. 

Psa. 42 : 1. Psa. 73 : 25. Psa. 119 : 10. 
Of tha wicked, not sincerely set on 

God. Isa. 58: 1,2. Eze. 33: 31, 32. 

Luke 8: 13. 
Carnal affections should be mort- 
ified. Rom. 8:13. Rom. 13:14. 1 

Cor 9 : 27. Col. 3:5. 1 The. 4 : 5. 
Carnal affections crucified in saints. 

Rom. 6:6. Gal. 5:24. 
False teachers seek to captivate. 

Gal. 1:10. Gal. 4:17. 2 Tim. 3:6. 

2Pet. 2:3, 18. Rev. 2:14, 20. 
Of the wicked, are unnatural and 

perverted. Rom. 1 : 31. 2 Tim. 3: 

3. 2 Pet. 2 : 10. 

Afflicted, Duty toward the. 

To pray for them. Acts 12:5. Phi. 

1 : 16, 19. Jas. 5 : 14—16. 
To sympathize with them. Eom. 12: 

15. Gal. 6: 2. 

To pity tliem. Job 6: 14. 

To bear them in mind. Heb. 13: 3. 

To visit them. Jas. 1 : 27. 



To comfort them. Job 16: 5. Job 
29 : 25. 2 Cor. 1:4. 1 The. 4 : 18. 

To relieve them. Job. 31 : 19, 20. Isa. 
58 : 10. Phi. 4 : 14. 1 Tim. 5 : 10. 

To protect them. Psa. 82 : 3. Pro. 22 : 
22. Pro. 31 : 5. 

Afflicted Saints. 

God is with. Psa. 46: 5, 7. Isa. 43:2. 
God is a refuge and strength to. Psa. 

27 : 5, 6. Isa. 25 : 4. Jer. 16 : 19. Nab. 

1:7. 
God comforts. Isa. 49: 13. Jer. 31: 

13. Mat. 5 : 4. 2 Cor. 1 : 4, 5. 2 Cor. 

7: 6. 
God preserves. Psa. 34 : 20. 
God delivers. Psa. 34: 4, 19. Pro. 

12:13. Jer. 39:17, 18. 
Christ is with. Jno. 14:18. 
Christ supports. 2 Tim. 4:17. Heb. 

2:18. 
Christ comforts. Isa. 61 : 2. Mat. 11 : 

28—30. Luke 7 : 13. Jno. 14 : 1. Jno. 

16 : 33. 
Christ preserves. Isa. 63: 9. Luko 

21: 18. 
Christ delivers. Rev. 3 : 10. 
Should praise God. Psa. 13: 5, 6. 

Psa. 56:8— 10. Psa. 57 : 6, 7. Psa. 

71 : 20—23. 
Should imitate Christ. Heb. 12: 1—3. 

1 Pet. 2:21-23. 
Should imitate the prophets. Jas. 

5 : 10. 
Should be patient. Luke 21: 19. 

Rom. 12: 12. 2 The. 1:4. Jas. 1:4. 

1 Pet. 2 : 20. 
Should be resigned. ISam. 3: 18. 2 

Kin. 20 : 19. Job 1 : 21. Psa. 39 : 9. 
Should not despise chastening. Job 

5: 17. Pro. 3: 11. Heb. 12:5. 
Should acknowledge the justice of 

their chastisements. Neh. 9: 33. 

Job 2: 10. Isa. 64:5— 7. Lam. 3: 

39. Mic. 7 : 9. 
Should avoid sin. Job 34 : 31, 32. Jno, 

5:14. 1 Pet. 2:12. 
Should trust in the goodness of God. 

Job 13 : 15. Psa. 71 : 20. 2 Cor. 1 : 9. 
Should turn and devote themselves 

to God. Psa. 116 : 7—9. Jer. 50 : 3, 4. 

Hos. 6:1. 
Should keep the pious resolutions 

made during affliction. Psa. 66: 

13—15. 
Should be frequent in prayer. Psa. 

50:15. Psa. 55 : 16, 17. (See Afflic- 
tion, Prayer under.) 
Should take encouragement from 

former mercies. Psa. 27 : 9. 2 Cor, 

1: 10. 
Examples of afflicted saints. Joseph, 

Gen. 39: 20—23. Psa. 105: 17—19. 

Moses, Heb. 11 : 25. Eli, 1 Sam. 3: 18 

Neliemiah.'Seh. 1: 4. Ji'h, Job 1: 

20—22. David, 2 Sam, 12: 15-23. 



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Paul, Acts 20: 22-24. Acts 21: 13. 
Apostles, 1 Cor. 4 : 13. 2 Cor. 6 : 4—10. 

Affliction, Consolation under. 

God is tho Author and Giver of. Psa. 

23: 4. Koni. l.j: 5. 2 Cor. 1 : 3. 2 Cor. 

7:6. Col. 1:11. 2 The. 2: 16, 17. 
Christ is the Author and Giver of. 

Isa. 61 : 2. Jiio. 14 : IS. 2 Cor. 1 : 5. 
The Holy Ghost is the Author and 

Giver of. Juo. 14: 16, 17. Jno. 15: 

26. Juo. 16: 7. Acts 9: 31. 
Promised. Isa. .51: 3, 12. Isa. 66: 13. 

Eze. 14 : 22, 23. Hos. 2 : 14. Zee. 1 : 17. 
Throuf,'h the Holy Scriptures. Psa. 

119: .")0, 76. Rom. 15: 4. 
By ministers of the gospel. Isa. 40: 

1,2.1 Cor. 14:3. 2 Cor. 1 : 4, 6. 
Is abundant. Psa. 71 : 21. Isa. 66: 11. 
Is strong. Heb. 6 : 18. 
Is everlasting. 2 The. 2 : 16. 
Is a cause of praise. Isa. 12: 1. Isa. 

49:13. 
Pray for. Psa. 119:82. 
Saints should administer to each 

other. 1 The. 4 : 18. 1 The. 5 : 11, 14. 
Is sought in vain from the world. 

Psa. 69 : 20. Ecc. 4 : 1. Lam. 1 : 2. 
To those who mourn for sin. Psa. 51 : 

17. Isa. 1:18. Isa. 40:1,2. Isa. 61 : 

1. Mic. 7:18, 19. Luke 4: 18. 
To the troubled in mind. Psa. 42: 5. 

Psa. 94 : 19. Jno. 14 : 1, 27. Jno. 16 : 

20, 22. 
To those deserted by friends. Psa. 

27 : 10. Psa. 41 : 9—12. Jno. 14 : 18. 

Jno. 15 : 18, 19. 
To the persecuted. Deu. 33 : 27. 
To the poor. Psa. 10 : 14. Psa. 34 : 6, 

9,10. 
To the sick. Psa. 41 : 3. 
To th.e tempted. Rom. 16:20. 1 Cor. 

10 : 13. 2 Cor. 12 : 9. Jas. 1 : 12. Jas. 

4:7. 2 Pet. 2 : 9. Rev. 2 : 10. 
In prospect of death. Job. 19: 25, 26. 

Psa. 23 : 4. Juo. 14 : 2. 2 Cor. 5 : 1. 

1 The. 4:14. Heb. 4 : 9. Rev. 7 : 14— 

17. Rev. 14:13. 
linder the infirmities of age. Psa. 71: 

9,18. 

Affliction, Prayer under. 

Exhortation to Jas. 5 : 13. 

That God would consider our troub- 
le. 2 Kin. 19:16. Neh. 9: 32. Psa. 
9:13. Lam. 5. 1. 

For the presence and support of God. 
Psa. 10:1. Psa. 102:2. 

That the Holy Spirit may not be 
withdrawn. Psa. 51:11. 

For divine comfort. Psa. 4 : 6. Psa 
119: 76. 

For mitigation of troubles. Psa. .39 : 
12, 13. 



For deliverance. Psa. 25: 17, 22. Psa. 

39 : 10. Isa. 64 : 9—12. Jer. 17 : 14. 
For pardon and deliverance from sin. 

Psa. 39: 8. Psa. 51 : 1. Psa. 79: 8. 
That we may be turned to God. Psa. 

80 : 7. Psa. 85 : 4—6. Jer. 31 : 18. 
For divine teaching and direction. 

Job34:32. Psa. 27:11. Psa. 113:10. 
For increase of faith. Mar. 9 : 24. 
For mercy. Psa. 6 : 2. Hab. 3 : 2. 
For restoration to joy. Psa. 51 : 8, 12. 

Psa. 69:29. Psa. 90: 14, 15. 
For protection and preservation 

from enemies. 2 Kin. 19:19. 2 Chr. 

20:12. Psa. 17:8, 9. 
That we may know the causes of our 

trouble. Job 6: 24. .Job 10: 2. Job. 

13:23,24. 
That we may be taught the uncer- 
tainty of life. Psa. 39:4. 
That we may be quickened. Psa. 

143; 11. 

Afflictions. 

God appoints. 2 Kin. 6: 33. Job 5: 

0, 17. Psa. 66: 11. Amos 3: 6. Mic. 

6:9. 
God dispenses, as He will. Job 11: 

10. Isa. 10:15. Isa. 45,7. 
God regulates the measure of. Psa. 

80: 5. Isa. 9:1. Jer. 46: 28. 
God determines the continuance of. 

Gen. 15: 13, 14. Num. 14: 33. Isa. 

10 : 25. Jer. 29 : 10. 
God does not willingly send. Lam. 

3 : 33. 
Man is born to. Job 5 : 6, 7. Job 14 : 1. 
Saints appointed to. 1 The. 3:3. 
Consequent upon the fall. Gen. 3: 

16-19. 
Sin produces. Job 4: 8. Job 20: 11. 

Pro. 1 : 31. 
Sin visited with. 2 Sam. 12: 14. Psa. 

89: 30—32. Isa. 57: 17. Acts 13: 

10, 11. 
Often severe. Jobl6:7— 16. Psa. 42: 

7. Psa. 66 : 12. Jon. 2 : 3. Rev. 7 : 14. 
Always less than we deserve. Ezr. 9 : 

13. Psa. 103 : 10. 
Frequently terminate in good. Gen. 

50: 20. Exo. 1 : 11, 12. Deu. 8: 15, 16. 

Jer. 24:5, 6, Eze. 20:. 37. 
Tempered with mercy. Psa. 78:38, 39. 

Psa. 106: 43—46. Isa. 30: 18-21. 

Lam. 3 : 32. Mic. 7 : 7—9. Nah. 1 : 12. 
Saints are to expect. Juo. 16: 33. 

Acts 14 : 22. 
Of saints, are comparatively light. 

Acts 20: 23, 24. Rom. 8: 18. 2 Cor. 

4:17. 
Of saints, are but temporary. Psa. 

30: 5. Psa. 103: 9. Isa. 54: 7,8. 

Jno. 16: 20. 1 Pet. 1 : 6. 1 Pet. 5: 10. 
Saints have joy under. Job 5: 17. 

Jas. 5 : 11. 



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AGR. 



Of saints, end in joy and blessed- 
ness. Psa. 126: 5, 6. Isa. 61: 2, 3. 
Mat. 5:4. 1 Pet. 4: 13, 14. 

Often arise from the pi-ofession of 
the gospel. Mat. 24: 9. Jno. 15: 
21. 2 Tim. 3: 11, 12. 

Exhibit the love and faithfulness of 
God. Deu.8:5. Psa. 119:75. Pro. 
3:12. 1 Cor. 11:32. Heb. 12: 6, 7. I 
Eev. 3: 19. 

Afflictions Made Beneficial. 

In promoting the glory of God. Jno. 
9 : 1—3. Jno 11 : 3, 4. Jno. 21 : 18, 19. 

In exhibiting the power and faith- 
fulness of God. Psa. 34:19, 20. 2 
Cor. 4:8— 11. 

In teacliing us thewill of God. Psa. 
119:71. Isa 26: 9. Mic. 6:9. 

In turning us to God. Deu. 4: 30, 31. 
Neh. 1: 8,9. Psa. 78: 34. Isa. 10: 
20,21. Hos. 2:6, 7. 

In keeping us from again departing 
from God. Job 34: 31, .32. Isa. 10: 20. 
Eze. 14: 10, 11. 

In leading us to seek God in prayer. 
Jud. 4:3. Jer. 31:18. Lam. 2: 17— 
19. Hos. 5: 14, 15. Jon. 2:1. 

In convincing us of sin. Job 36: 8, 9. 
Psa. 119: 67. Luke 15: 16—18. 

In leading us to confession of sin. 
Num. 21: 7. Psa. .32: 5. Psa. 51 : 3, 5. 

In testing and exhibiting our sincer- 
ity. Job 23: 10. Psa. 66:10. Pro. 
17:3. 

In trying our faith and obedience. 
Gen. 22: 1, 2, with Heb. 11 : 17. Exo. 
15 : 23—25. Deu. 8 : 2, 16. 1 Pet. 1 : 7. 
Eev. 2:10. 

In humbling us. Deu. 8:3, 16. 2 Chr. 
7: 13, 14. Lam. 3: 19, 20. 2 Cor. 12: 7. 

In purifj'ing us. Ecc. 7 : 2, 3. Isa. 1 : 
25,26. Isa. 48: 10. Jer. 9: 6, 7. Zee. 
13:9. Mai. 3:2,3. 

In exercising our patience. Psa. 40: 
1. Rom. 5:3. Jas. 1:3. 1 Pet. 
2:20. 

In rendering us fruitful in good 
•works. Jno. 15:2. Heb. 12: 10, 11. 

In furthering the gospel. Acts 8: 3, 
4. Acts 11: 19-21. Phi. 1:12. 2 
Tim. 2:9, 10. 2 Tim. 4: 16,17. 

Exemplified. Joseph\^ brethren, Gen. 
42:21. Joseph, Gen. 45:5, 7, 8. Is- 
rael. Deu. 8: 3, 5. Josiah, 2 Kin. 22 : 
19. Hezekiah, 2 Chr. 32 : 25, 26. Ma- 
nasseh, 2 Chr. 33 : 12. Jonah, Jon 2 : 
7. Prodigal son, Luke 15 : 21. 

Afflictions of the Wicked, The. 

God is glorified in. Exo. 14 : 4. Eze. 

38:22, 23. 
God holds in derision. Psa. 37: 13, 

Pro. 1 : 26, 27. 



Are multiplied. Deu. 31 : 17. Job 20.: 

12—18. Psa. 32: 10. 
Are continual. Job 15 : 20. Ecc. 2 : 23. 

Isa. 32 : 10. 
Are often sudden. Psa. 73: 19. Pro. 

6:15. Isa. 30:13. Rev. 18: 10. 
Are often judicially sent. Job 21 : 17. 

Psa. 107:17. Jer. 30:15. 
Are for examples to others. Psa. 64: 

7—9. Zep. 3:6, 7. 1 Cor. 10: 5-11. 

2 Pet. 2 : 6. 
Are ineffectual of themselves, for 

their conversion. Exo. 9:30. Isa. 

9:13. Jer. 2:30. Hag. 2:17. 
Their persecution of saints, a cause 

of. Deu. 30:7. Psa. 55:19. Zee. 

2:9. 2 The. 1 : 6. 
Impenitence is a cause of. Pro. 1: 

30,31. Eze. 24:13. Amos 4: 6—12. 

Zee. 7:11,12. Rev. 2:21, 22. 
Sometimes humble them. 1 Kin. 

21 : 27. 
Frequently harden. Neh. 9: 28, 29. 

Jer. 5 : 3. 
Produce slavish fear. Job 15: 24. 

Psa. 73:19. Jer. 49:3, 5. 
Saints should not be alarmed at. 

Pro. 3:25, 26. 
Exemplified. Pharaoh and the Egyp- 
tians, Exo. 9: 14, 15. Exo. 14: 24, 25. 

Ahnziah, 2 Kin. 1 : 1—4. Gehazi, 2 Kin. 

5:27. Jehoram, 2 Chr. 21: 12—19. 

Uzziah, 2 Chr. 26: 19—21. Ahaz, &c., 

2Chr. 28:5-8, 22. 

Agriculture or Husbandry. 

The cultivation of tlie earth. Gen. 

3 : 23. 
The occupation of man before the 

fall. Gen. 2:15. 
Rendered laborious by the curse on 

the earth. Gen. 3 : 17—19. 
Man doomed to labor in, after the 

fall. Gen. 3:23. 
Contributes to the support of all. 

Ecc. 5 : 9. 
The providence of God to be ac- 
knowledged in the produce of. Jer. 

5:24. Hos. 2:8. 
Requiees 

Wisdom. Isa. 28:26. 

Diligence. Pro. 27: 23—27. Ecc. 
11:6. 

Toil. 2 Tim. 2:6. 

Patience in waiting. Jas, 5 : 7. 
Diligence in, abundantly recom- 
pensed. Pro. 12: 11. Pro. 13: 23. 

Pro. 28:19. Heb. 6:7. 
Persons engaged in, called 

Tillers of the ground. Gen. 4:2. 

Husbandmen. *2 Chr. 26:10. • 

Laborers. Mat. 9:37. Mat. 20:1. 
Peace favorable to. Isa. 2 : 4. Jer. 

31 : 24. 
War destructive to. Jer. 50: 16. Jer. 

51 : 23. 



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ALL. 



Patriarchs engaged in. Geu. 4: 2. 

Gen. 9: 20. 
Tlie labor of, supposed to be lessened 

by Noah. Geu. 3: 29, with Gen. 9: 

20. 
The Jews loved and followed. Jud. 

6:11. 1 Kin. 19:19. 2 Chr. 26: 10. 
Soil of Canaan suited to. Gen. 13: 

10. Dcu. 8:7— 9. 
Cliniato of Canaan favorable to Deu. 

11:10,11. 
Was promoted amongst the jews, 

BY 

Allotments to each family. Num. 

m : 7—9. 
The right of redemption. Lev. 2") : 

23-28. 
Separation from other nations. 

Exo. 33 : 16. 
The prohibition against usury. 

Exo. 22-. 2.J. 
The promises of God's blessing on. 

Lev. 26:4. Deu. 7:13. Deu. 11: 

14, lo. 
Enactments to protect; 
Not to covet the fields of another. 

Deu. 5: 21. 
Not to move landmarks. Deu. 19: 

14. Pro. 22 : 28. 
Not to CTit down crops of another. 

Deu. 23:2.3. 
Against the trespass of cattle. 

Exo. 22 : 5. 
Against injuring the produce of. 

Exo. 22 : 6. 
Often performed by hirelings. 1 
Chr. 27 : 26. 2 Chr. 26: 10. Mat. 20: 
8. Luke 17: 7. 
Not to be engaged in during the 

Sabbatical year. Exo. 23 : 10, 11. 
Produce of, given as rent for land. 

Mat. 21 : S3, 34. 
Produce of, often blasted because of 
sin. Isa. 5:10. Isa. 7:23. Jer. 12: 
13. Joel 1 : 10, 11. 
Grief occasioned by the failure of 
the fruits of. Joel 1 : 11. Amos 5: 
16, 17. 
Produce of, exported. 1 Kin. 5:11. 

Eze. 27:17. 
Operations in; 
Hedging. Isa. 5 : 2, .5. Hos. 2 : 6. 
Plowing. Job 1 : 14. 
Digging. Isa. 5: 6. Luke 13: 8. 

Luke 16 : 3. 
Manuring. Isa. 25:10. Luke 14: 

34, 3.-,. 
Harrowing. Job 39 : 10. Isa. 28 : 24. 
Gathering out the stones. Isa. 5: 2. 
Sowing. Ecc. 11: 4. Isa. 32: 20. 

Mat. 13:3. 
Planting. Pro. 31: 16. Isa. 44: 14. 

Jer. 31 : 5. 
Watering. Deu. 11:10. ICor. 3: 

Weeding. Mat. 13 : 28. 
Grafting. Rom. 11 : 17—19, 24. 



Pruning. Lev. 25: 3. Isa. 5: 6. Jno. 

15 : 2. 
Mowing. Psa. 129 : 7. Amos 7 : 1. 
Reaping. Isa. 17 : 5. 
Binding. Gen 37 : 7. Mat. 13 : 30. 
Gleaning. Lev. 19: 9. Ruth 2: 3. 
Stacking. Exo. 22 : 6. 
Threshing. Deu. 25:4. Jud. 6:11. 
Winnowing. Ruth 3 : 2. Mat. 3 : 12. 
Storing in barns. Mat. 6: 26. Mat. 

13 : 30. 
Beasts used in; 
The ox. Deu. 25:4. 
The ass. Deu. 22 : 10. 
The horse. Isa. 28 : 28. 
Implements of; 
The plow. 1 Sam. 13:20. 
The harrow. 2 Sam. 12: 31. 
The mattock. 1 Sam. 13:20. Isa. 

7 : 25. 
The sickle. Deu. 16 : 9. Deu. 23 : 25. 
The pruning-hook. Isa. 18: 5. Joel 

3:10. 
The fork. 1 Sam. 13: 21. 
The ax. 1 Sam. 13:20. 
The teethed threshing instrument. 

Isa. 41: 15. 
The flail, &c. Isa. 28:27. 
The cart. 1 Sam. 6: 7. Isa. 28: 27, 28. 
The shovel. Isa. 30: 24. 
The sieve. Amos 9: 9. 
The fan. Isa. 30: 24. Mat. 3:12. 

iLXiUSTBATIVE OF THE 

Culture of the Church. 1 Cor. 3 : 9. 
Culture of the heart. Jer. 4 : 3. 
Hos. 10:12. 

Alliance and Society ■wilt the 
Enemies of God. 

Forbidden. Exo. 23 : 32. Exo. 34 : 12. 

Deu. 7 : 2, 3. Deu. 13 : 6, 8. Jos. 23 : 

6, 7. Jud. 2 : 2. Ezr. 9 : 12. Pro. 1 : 

10, 15. 2 Cor. 6 : 14-17. Eph. 5 : 11. 
Lead to idolatry. Exo. 34 : 15, 16. 

Num. 25 : 1-8. Deu. 7 : 4. Jud. 3 : 

5-7. Rev. 2:20. 
Have led to murder and human sac- 
rifice. Psa. 106 : 37, 38. 
Provoke the anger of God. Deu. 7 : 4. 

Deu. 31 : 16, 17. 2 Chr. 19 : 2. Ezr. 

9 : 13, 14. Psa. 106 : 29, 40. Isa. 2 : 6. 
Provoke God to leave men to reap 

the fruits of them. Jos. 23: 12, 13. 

Jud. 2:1—3. 
Are ensnaring. Exo. 23 : 33. Num. 25 : 

18 Deu. 12 : 30. Deu. 13 : 6. Psa. 

106:36. 
Are enslaving. 2 Pet. 2 : 18, 19. 
Are defiling. Ezr. 9:1,2. 
Are degrading. Isa. 1 : 23. 
Are ruinous to spiritual interests. 

Pro. 29 . 24. Heb. 12:14, 15. 2 Pet. 

3:17. 
Are ruinous to moral character. 

1 Cor. 15 : 33. 



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Are a proof of folly. Pro. 12 : 11. 
Childreu who enter into, bring shame 

upon their parents. Pro. 28: 7. 
Evil consequences of. Pro. 28: 19. 

Jer. 51 : 7. 
The wicked are prone to. Psa. 50: 18. 

Jer. 2 : 25. 
The wicked tempt saints to. Neh. 

6:2-4. 
Sin of, to be confessed, deeply re- 
pented of, and forsaken. Ezr. 10th 

Chap. 
Involve saints in their guiltiness. 2 

Jno. 9-11. Eev. 18:4. 
Involve saints in their punishment. 

Num. 16 : 26. Jer. 51 : 6. Eev. 18 : 4. 
Unbecoming in those called saints. 

2 Chr. 19 : 2. 2 Cor. 6 : 14-16. Phi. 

2:15. 
Exhortations to shun all induce- 
ments to. Pro. 1 : 10 — 15. Pro. 4 : 

14,15. 2 Pet. 3:17. 
Exhortations to hate and avoid. Pro. 

14 : 7. Rom. 16 : 17. 1 Cor. 5 : 9—11. 

Eph. 5:6, 7. 1 Tim. 6: 5. 2 Tim. 

3:5. 
A call to come out from. Num. 16: 

26. Ezr. 10:11. Jer. 51 : 6, 45. 2 

Cor. 6:17. 2 The. 3:6. Eev. 18:4. 
Means of preservation from. Pro. 2 : 

10—20. Pro. 19:27. 
Blessedness of avoiding. Psa. 1 : 1. 
Blessedness of forsaking. Ezr. 9: 

12. Pro. 9:6. 2 Cor. 6: 17, 18. 
Saints grieve to meet with, in their 

intercourse with the world. Psa. 

57 : 4. Psa. 120 : 5, 6. 2 Pet. 2:7,8. 
Saints grieve to witness in their 

brethren. Gen. 26:35. Ezr. 9:3. 

Ezr. 10:6. 
Saints hate and avoid. Psa. 26: 4, 5. 

Psa. 31 : 6. Psa. 101 : 7. Rev. 2 : 2. 
Saints deprecate. Gen. 49:6. Psa. 

6:8. Psa. 15:4. Psa. 101: 4, 7. Psa. 

119:115. Psa. 139:19. 
Saints are separate from. Exo. 33: 

16. Ezr. 6:21. 
Saints should be circumspect when 

undesignedly thrown into. Mat. 

10:16. Col. 4:5. 1 Pet. 2:12. 
Pious parents prohibit, to their 

childreu. Gen. 28:1. 
Persons in authority should de- 
nounce. Ezr. 10: 9—11. Neh. 13: 

23—27. 
Punishment of. Num. 33: .56. Deu. 

7 : 4. Jos. 23 : 13. Jud. 2 : 3. Jud. 

3 : 5—8. Ezr. 9 : 7, 14. Psa. 106 : 41, 

42. Eev. 2 : 16, 22, 23. 
Exemplified. Solomon, 1 Kin. 11: 1 — 

8. Retioboam, lKm.l2:S,9. Jehosh- 

aphat. 2 Chr. 18 : 3. 2 Chr. 19 : 2. 2 

Chr. 20 : 35—38. Jchoram , 2 Chr. 21 : 

6. ^/!a2ta?i, 2Chr. 22: 3— 5. Israel- 
ites, Ezr. 9: 1, 2. Israel, Eze. 44: 7. 

Judas Iseariot, Mat. 26: 14—16. 
Examples of avoiding, Man of God, 



1 Kin. 13: 7—10. Neheviiah, &c.- 
Neh. 6:2— 4. Neh. 10: 29— 31. Da. 
vid, Psa. 101 : 4—7. Psa. 119 : 115, 
Jeremiah, Jer. 15 : 17. Joseph of 
Arimathea.Ijyike 23:51. Church of 
Ephesus. Eev. 2 : 6. 

Examples of forsaking. Israelites, 
Num. 16: 27. Ezr. 6: 21, 22. Ezr. 10: 
3, 4, 16, 17. Sons of the Priests, Ezr. 
10:18, 19. 

Examples of the judgments of God 
against. Korah, &c., Num 16: 32. 
Ahaziah, 2 Chr. 22: 7, 8. Judas 
Iscariot, Acts 1 : 18. 

Altars. 

Designed for sacrifice. Exo. 20:24. 
To be made of earth, or unhewn 

stone. Exo. 20: 24, 25. Deu. 27: 

.5,6. 
Of brick, hateful to God. Isa. 65 : 3. 
Natural rocks sometimes used as. 

Jud. 6 : 19—21. Jud. 13 : 19, 20. 
Were not to have steps up to them. 

Exo. 20 : 26. 
For idolatrous worship, often erect- 
ed on roofs of houses. 2 Kin. 23 : 

12. Jer. 19:13. Jer. 32:29. 
Idolaters planted groves near. Jud. 

6:30. 1 Kin. 16:32, 33. 2 Kin. 

21:3. 
Tlie Jews not to plant groves near. 

Deu. 16:21. 
For idolatrous worship, to be de- 
stroyed. Exo. 34:13. Deu. 7: 5. 
Probable origin of inscriptions on. 

Deu. 27:8. 
Mentioned in Scriptuee ; 

Of Noah. Gen. 8:20. 

Of Abraham. Gen. 12:7, 8. Gen. 
13:18. Gen. 22:9. 

Of Isaac. Gen. 26 : 25. 

Of Jacob. Gen. 33 : 20. Gen. 35 : 1, 
3, 7. 

Of Moses. Exo. 17 : 15. Exo. 24 : 4. 

Of Balaam. Num. 23 : 1. 14, 29. 

Of Joshua. Jos. 8:30, 31. 

Of the temple of Solomon. 2 Chr. 
4:1,19. 

Of the second temple. Ezr. 3: 2, 3. 

Of Reubenites, &c. East of Jordan. 
Jos. 22 : 10. 

Of Gideon. Jud. 6:26, 27. 

Of the people of Israel. Jud. 21 : 4. 

Of Samuel. 1 Sam. 7:17. 

Of David. 2 Sam. 24: 21, 25. 

Of Jeroboam at Bethel. 1 Kin. 
12 : 33. 

OfAhaz. 2 Kin. 16:10-12. 

Of the Athenians. Acts 17 : 23. 

For burnt-offering. Exo. 27 : 1 — 8. 

For incense. Exo. 30: 1—6. 
Protection afforded by. 1 Kin. 1: 

50, 51. 
Afforded no protection to murderers, 

Exo, 21 : 14. 1 Kin. 2 : 18-34. 



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AMA. 



Altar of Burnt-offering, The. 

Dimensions, &c. of. Exo. 27:1. Exo. 

38: 1. 
Horns on the comers of. Exo. 27 : 2. 

Exo. 38:2. 
Covered with brass. Exo. 27 : 2. 
All its vessels of brass. Exo. 27 : 3. 

Exo. 38 : 3. 
A net-work grate of brass placed in. 

Exo. 27 : 4, 5. Exo. 38 : 4. 
Furnished with rings and staves. 

Exo. 27 : 6, 7. Exo. 38 : 5—7. 
Made after a divine pattern. Exo. 

27:8. 
Called 

The brazen altar. Exo. 39: 39. 1 
Kin. 8:64. 

The altar of God. Psa. 43 : 4. 

The altar of the Lord. Mai. 2 : 13. 
Placed in the court before the door 

of the tabernacle. Exo. 40: 6, 29. 
Sanctified by God. Exo. 29 : .44. 
Anointed and sanctified with holy 

oil. Exo. 40:10. Lev. 8:10, 11. 
Cleansed and purified with blood. 

Exo. 29 : 36, 37. 
Was most holy. Exo. 40 : 10. 
Sanctified whatever touched it. Exo. 

29:37. 
All sacrifices to be offered on. Exo. 

29 : 38—42. Isa. 56 : 7. 
All gifts to be presented at. Mat. 5: 

23, 24. 
Nothing polluted or defective to be 

offered on. Lev. 22 : 22. Mai. 1:7,8. 
Offering at the dedication of. Num. 

7ch. 
The fire upbN, 

Came from before the Lord. Lev. 
9:24. 

Was continually burning. Lev. 
6:13. 

Consumed the sacrifices. Lev. 1 : 8, 9. 
Sacrifices bound to the horns of. 

Psa. 118:27. 
The blood of sacrifices put on the 

horns and poured at the foot of. 

Exo. 29: 12. Lev. 4:7,18,25. Lev. 

8:15. 
The priests 

Alone to serve. Num. 18:3, 7. 

Derived support from. 1 Cor. 9 : 13. 
Ahaz removed and profaned. 2 Kin. 

16:10-16. 
The Jews condemned for swearing 

lightly by. Mat. 23 : 18, 19. 
A type of Christ. Heb. 13 : 10. 

Altar of Incense, 

Dimensions, &c. of. Exo. 30: 1, 2. 

Exo. 37 : 25. 
Covered with gold. Exo. 30 : 3. Exo. 

37 : 26. 
Top of, surrounded with a crown of 

gold. Exo, 30:3. Exo. 37:26. 



Had four rings of gold under the 

crown for the staves. Exo. 30:4. 

Exo. 37 : 27. 
Staves of, covered with gold. Exo. 

30 : 5. 
Called the golden altar. Exo 39: .38. 
Placed before the vail in the outer 

sanctuary. Exo. 30: 6. Exo. 40: 

5, 26. 
Said to be before the Lord. Lev. 4: 

7. 1 Kin. 9:25. 
Anointed with holy oil. Exo. 30: 

26, 27. 
The priest burned incense on, every 

morning and evening. Exo. 30 : 7, 8. 
No strange incense nor any sacrifice 

to be offered on. Exo. 30 : 9. 
Atonement made ' for, by the high 

priest once every year. Exo. .30 : 10. 

Lev. 16:18, 19. 
The blood of all sin offerings put on 

the horns of. Lev. 4 : 7, 18. 
Punishment for; 

Offering strange fire on. Lev. 10. 
1,2. 

Unauthorized offering on. 2 Chr. 
26 : 16—19. 
Covered by the priests before re- 
moval from the sanctuary. Num. 

4: 11. 
A type of Christ. Kev. 8: 3. Rev. 

9:. 3. 

Amalekites, The« 

Descent of. Gen. 36 : 12, 16. 
Character of; 

Wicked. 1 Sam. 15 : 18. 

Oppressive. Jud. 10:12. 

Warlike and cruel. 1 Sam. 15 : 33. 
Governed by Kings. 1 Sam. 15 : 20, 32. 
A powerful and influential nation. 

Num. 24 : 7. 
Possessed cities. 1 Sam. 15 : 5. 
Country of. 

In the south of Canaan. Num. 13: 
29. 1 Sam. 27 : 8. 

Extended from Havilah to Shur. 
1 Sam. 15 : 7. 

Was the scene of ancient warfare. 
Gen. 14:7. 
Part of the Kenites dwelt amongst. 

1 Sam. 15: 6. 
Were the first to oppose Israel. Exo. 

17:8. 
Discomfited af Rephidim, through 

the intercession of Moses. Exo. 17 : 

9-13. 
Doomed to utter destruction for op- 
posing Israel. Exo. 17 : 14, 16. Deu. 

25 : 19. 
Their utter destruction foretold. 

Num. 24:20. 
Presumption of Israel punished by. 

Num. 14 : 45. 
United with Eglon against Israel. 

Jud. 3:13. 



AMA. 



AMM. 



Part of their possessions taken by 

Ephraim. Jud. 5 : 14, with Jud. 

12:15. 
With Midian, oppressed Israel. Jud. 

6: 3-5. 
Overcome by Gideon. Jud. 6: 33, 34. 

Jud. 7 : 21, 22. 
Saul 

Overcame, and delivered Israel. 
1 Sam. 14:48. 

Comm.issioned to destroy. 1 Sam. 
15 : 1-3. 

Massacred. ISam. 15:4— 8. 

Condemned for not utterly destroy- 
ing. 1 Sam. 15: 9—26. 1 Sam. 
28:18. 
Agag, king of, slain by Samuel. 1 

Sam. 5:32,33. 
Invaded by. David. 1 Sam. 27 : 8, 9. 
Pillaged and burned Ziklag. 1 Sam. 

30:1,2. 
Pursued and slain by David. 1 Sam. 

30 : 10 20. 
Spoil taken from, consecrated. 2 

Sam. 8:11, 12. 
Confederated against Israel. Psa. 

83:7. 
Eemnant of, completely destroyed 

during the reign of Hezekiah. 1 

Chr. 4:41-43. 

Ambition. 

God condemns. Gen. 11 : 7. Isa. 5 : 8. 
Christ condemns. Matt. 18: 1, 3, 4. 

Matt. 20: 25, 26. Mat. 23: 11, 12. 
Saints avoid. Psa. 131 : 1, 2. 
Vanity of. Job 20 : 5-9. Job 24 : 24. 

Psa. 49 : 11-20. 
Leads to strife and contention. Jas. 

4:1,2. 
Punishment of. Pro. 17:19. Isa. 14: 

12—15. Eze. 31 : 10, 11. Obad. 3, 4. 
Connected with 

Pride. Hab. 2:5. 

CovetouBuess. Hab. 2: 8, 9. 

Cruelty. Hab. 2 : 12. 
Exemplified. Adam and Eve, Gen. 3: 

5,6. Bvilders of Babel, Qen. 11: 4. 

Miriam and Aaron. Num. 12: 2. 

Korah, t&c, Num. 16:3. Absalom, 

2 Sam. 15 : 4. 2 Sam. 18 : 18. Adoni- 

jah, 1 Kia. 1 : 5. Sennacheiib, 2 Kin. 

19:23. Shebna, Isa. 22, 16. Sons of 

Zebedee, Mat. 20: 21. Antichrist, 2 

The. 2 : 4. Diotrephes, 3 Jno. 9. 

Ammonites, The. 

Descent of. Gen. 19 : 38. 
Called the 

Children of Lot. Deu. 2 : 19. 

Children of Ammon. Jer. 25: 21. 
Governed by hereditary kings. 2 

Sam. 10:1. 



Country of, 

Belonged to the Zamzummims. 
Deu. 2:20, 21. 

Bordered on the Amorites. Num. 
21 : 24. 

Was fertile. Jer. 49 : 4. 

Well fortified. Num. 21 : 24. 

Half of, given to the Gadites. Jos. 
13:25. 
Chaeactek of, 

Cruel and covetous. Amos 1 : 13. 

Proud and reproachful. Zep. 2 : 10. 

Vindictive. Eze. 25 : 3, 6. 

Fond of ornaments. 2 Chr. 20 : 25. 

Idolatrous. Jud. 10:6. 1 Kin. II : 

7,33. 2 Kin. 23:13. 

Superstitious. Jer. 27 : 3, with 9 v. 
Chief cities of, 

Kabbah. 2 Sam. 12: 26, 27. Jer. 49: 3. 

Ai. Jer. 49:3. 
Jewish laws respecting 

Perpetual exclusion from the con- 
gregation. Deu. 23: 3. Neh. 13: 1. 

No covenant to be made with. Deu. 
23:6. 

Not to be distressed. Deu. 2:19. 2 
Chr. 20: 10. 
Assisted Eglon against Israel. Jud. 

3:12,13. 
With the Philistines oppressed Is- 
rael for eighteen years. Jud. 10: 

6-9. 
Jephthah raised up to deliver Is- 
rael from. Jud. 10: 15—18. Jud. 11 

4-33. 
Proposed a disgraceful treaty to Ja 

besh-gilead. 1 Sam. 11 : 1—3. 
Saul's victories over. 1 Sam. 11 : 11. 

1 Sam. 14:47. 

Ill-treated David's embassadors. 2 

Sam. 10:1— 4. 
Hired the Syrians against David. 2 

Sam. 10:6. 
Victories of Joab over. 2 Sam, 10: 

7—14. 2Sam. 12:26— 29. 
The royal treasure of, taken. 2 Sam, 

12 : 30. 
Of Kabbah reduced to hard bondage. 

2 Sam. 12:31. 

Spoil of, consecrated to God. 2 Sam. 

8:11,12. 
One or David's mighty men was of. 

2 Sam. 23: 37. 
Solomon intermarried with, and in- 
troduced idols of into Israel. 1 

Kin. 11 : 1—5. 
Confederated against Jehoshaphat. 

2 Chr. 20:1. Psa. 83:7. 
Miraculous defeat of. 2 Chr. 20 : .5—24. 
Submitted to Uzziah. 2 Chr. 26: 8. 
Defeated by Jotham. 2 Chr. 27 : 5. 
Seized upon the possessions of Gad. 

Jer. 49: 1. 
Aided the Chaldeans against Judah. 

2 Kin. 24:2. 
Vexed the Jews after captivity. Neh. 

4:3,7,8. 



AMM. 



ANA. 



The Jews reprobated for intermarry- 
ing with. Ezr. 9: 1—3. Neh. 13 
23—28. 
Preuictions respecting 
Subjection to Babylon. Jer. 25: 9 — 

21. Jer. 27:3, 6. 
Destruction for hatred to Israel. 

Eze. 2.") : 2— 10. Zep2:8, 9. 
Punitiliment for oppressive cruelty. 

Jer. 49 : 1—5. Amos 1 : 13—15. 
Restoration. Jer. 49: 6. 
Subjection to the Jews. Isa. 11 : 14. 

Amoritest The, 

Descent of. Gen. 10: 15, 16. 1 Chr. 1 : 

13, 14. 
One of the seven nations of Canaan. 

Gen. 15:21. Exo. 3:8, 17. 
Governed by many independent 

kings. Jos. 5:1. Jos. 9:10. 
Kings of, great and powerful. Psa. 

136: 18,20. 
Originally inhabited a mountain dis- 
trict in the south. Num. 13: 29. 

Deu. 1 : 7, 20. Jud. 1 : 36. 
Acquired an extensive territory from 

Moab east of Jordan. Num. 21 : 

26, 30. 
Had many and strong cities. Num. 

32: 17,33. 
Of gigantic strength and stature. 

Amos 2: 9. 
Character of; 

Profane and wicked. Gen. 15:16. 

Idolatrous. Jos. 24:15. 
Defeated by Chedorlaomer, &c. Gen. 

14:7. 
Joined Abram against the kings. 

Gen. 14:13, 24. 
Jacob took a portion from. Gen. 

48:22, 
Forbearance of God towards. Gen. 

15 : 16. 
Doomed to utter destruction. Deu. 

20:17 18. 
Refused a passage to Israel. Num. 

21 : 21—23. Deu. 2 : 30. 
Deprived of their eastern territory 

by Israel. Num. 21 : 24—35. 
Land of, given to Reubenites, &c. 

Jos. 13: 15-31. 
Western kings of, confederated 

against Israel. Jos. 10:1— 5. 
Miraculous overthrow of. Jos. 10: 

11—14. 
Kings of, degraded and slain. Jos. 

10:24-27. 
The Gibeonites a tribe of. deceived 

Israel into a league. 2 Sam. 21 : 2, 

with Jos. 9 : 3—16. 
The Israelites unable to expel, but 

exacted tribute from. Jud. 1:34, 35. 
Had peace with Israel in the days of 

Samuel. 1 Sam. 7: 14, 
Brought into bondage by Solomon. 

J Kin. 9:20.21. 



Ahab followed the abominations of. 
1 Kin. 21 : 26. 

Mauasseh exceeded abominations 
of. 2 Kin. 21:11. 

The Jews after the captivity con- 
demned for intermarrying with. 
Ezr 9 : 1. 2. 

Descent from, ilhistrative of man's 
natural state. Eze. 16:3. 

Amusements and Pleasures, 
■worldly. 

Belong to the works of the flesh. Gal. 

5 : 19, 21. 
Are transitory. Job. 21 : 12, 13. Heb. 

11 : 25. 
Are all vanity. Ecc. 2:11. 
Choke the word of God in the heart. 

Luke 8: 14. 
Formed a part of idolatrous wor- 
ship. Exo. 32: 4, 6, 19, with 1 Cor. 

10 : 7. Jud. 16 : 23—25. 
Lead to 

Rejection of God. Job 21 : 14, 15. 

Poverty. Pro. 21 : 17. 

Disregard of the judgments and 
works of God. Isa. 5 : 12. Amos 
6:1-6. 
Terminate in sorrow. Pro. 14:13. 
Are likely to lead to greater evil 

Job 1 : 5. Mat. 14 : 6—8. 
The wicked seek for happiness in. 

Ecc. 2:1, 8. 
Indulgence in 

A proof of folly. Ecc. 7 : 4. 

A characteristic of the wicked. 
Isa. 47 : 8. Eph. 4 : 17, 19. 2 Tim. 
3 : 4. Tit. 3:3. 1 Pet. 4 : 3. 

A proof of spiritual death. 1 Tiro. 
5:6. 

An abuse of riches. Jas. 5:1, 5. 
Wisdom of abstaining from. Ecc. 

7:2,3. 
Shunned by the primitive saints. 1 

Pet. 4:3. 
Abstinence from, seems strange to 

the wicked. 1 Pet. 4: 4. 
Denounced by God. Isa. 5:11, 12. 
Punishment of. Ecc. 11: 9. 2 Pet. 

2 . 13. 
Renunciation of, Exemplified. Moses, 

Heb. 11:25. 

Anakim, The, 

Descent of. Num. 13:22. Jos. 15:13. 
Were called 

The sons of Anak. Num. 13 : 33. 

The sons of the Anakim. Deu. 
1 .- 2S. 

The children of the Anakims. Deu. 
9:2. 
Divided into three tribes. Jos. 15: 14. 
Inhabited the mountains of i^idah. 

Jos. 11: 21. 



ANA. 



14 



ANG. 



Hebron, chief city of. Jos. 14: 15, 

with Jos. 21: 11. 
Of gigantic strength and stature. 

Deu. 2:10, 11,21. 
Israel terrified by. Num. 14: 1, with 

Num. 13 : 33. _ 

Hebron a possession of, given to 

Caleb for his faithfulness. Jos. 

14 : 6-14. 
Driven from Hebron by Caleb. Jos. 

1.5 : 13, 14. 
Driven from Kirjath-sepher or Debir 

by Othniel. Jos. 15: 15—17. Jud. 

1:12,13. 
Almost annihilated. Jos. 11 : 21, 22. 

Angels, 

Created by God and Christ. Neh. 9. 

6. Col. 1 : 16. 
Worship God and Christ. Neh. 9:6. 

Phi. 2:9-11. Heb. 1 : 6. 
Are ministering Spirits. 1 Kin. 19: 5. 

Psa. 68: 17. Psa. 104: 4. Luke 16: 

22. Acts 12: 7—11. Acts 27: 23. 

Heb. 1 • 7, 14. 
Communicate the will of God and 

Christ. Dan. 8: 16, 17. Dan. 9: 

21—23. Dan. 10: 11. Dan. 12:6, 7. 

Mat. 2 : 13, 20. Luke 1 : 19, 28. Acts 

5 : 20. Acts 8 : 26. Acts 10 : 5. Acts 

27 ; 23. Rev. 1 : 1. 
Obey the will of God. Psa. 103 : 20. 

Mat. 6:10. 
Execute the purposes of God. Num. 

22 : 22. Psa. 103 : 21. Mat. 13 : 39—42. 

Mat. 28:2. Jno. 5:4. Rev. 5:2. 
Execute the judgments of God. 2 

Sam. 24 : 16. 2 Kin. 19 : 35. Psa. 35 : 

5,6. Acts 12: 23. Rev. 16:1. 
Celebrate the praises of God. Job 

38:7. Psa. 148:2. Isa. 6:3. Luke 

2:13,14. Rev. 5: 11, 12. Rev. 7:11,12. 
The law given by the ministration of. 

Psa. 68:17. Acts 7: 53. Heb. 2:2. 
Announced: 

The conception of Christ. Mat. 1 : 
20,21. Luke 1:31. 

The birth of Christ. Luke 2: 10-12. 

The resurrection of Christ. Mat. 
28 : .5—7. Luke 24 : 23. 

The ascension and second coming 
of Christ. Acts 1:11. 

The conception of John the Bap- 
tist. Luke 1 : 13, 36. 
Minister to Christ. Mat. 4 : 11. Luke 

22:43. Jno. 1:51. 
Are subject to Christ. Eph. 1: 21. 

Col. 1: 16. Col. 2:10. 1 Pet 3: 22. 
Shall execute the purposes of Christ. 

Mat. 13 : 41. Mat. 21 : 31. 
Shall attend Christ at his second 

coming. Mat. 16 : 27. Mat. 25 : 31. 

Mar. 8 : 38. 2 The. 1 : 7. 
Know and delight in the gospel of 

Christ. Eph. 3 : 9, 10. 1 Tim. 3 : 16. 

1 Pet. 1 : 12. 



Ministration of, obtained by prayer. 

Mat. 26:53. Acts 12: 5, 7. 
Rejoice over every repentant sinner. 

Luke 15 : 7, 10. 
Have charge over the children of 

God. Psa. 34: 7. Psa. 91: 11, 12. 

Dan. 6. 22. Mat. 18 : 10. 
Are of different orders. Isa. 6: 2. 

1 The. 4: i6. 1 Pet. 3:22. Jude 9. 
Rev. 12:7. 

Not to be worshipped. Col. 2: 18. 

Rev. 19:10. Rev. 22:9. 
Are examples of meekness. 2 Pet, 2: 

11. Jude 9. 
Are wise. 2 Sam. 14 : 20. 
Are mighty. Psa. 103 : 20. 
Are holy. Mat. 25 : 31. 
Are elect. 1 Tim. 5 : 21. 
Are innumerable. Job 25 : 3. Heb. 

12: 22. 

Anger. 

Forbidden. Ecc. 7: 9. Mat. 5: 22. 

Rom. 12:19. 
A work of the fiesh. Gal. 5 : 20. 
A characteristic of fools. Pro. 12: 

16. Pro. 14: 29. Pro. 27: 3. Ecc. 

7:9. 
Connected with 

Pride. Pro. 21 : 24. 

Cruelty. Gen. 49:7. Pro. 27:3, 4. 

Clamor and evil-speaking. Eph. 
4:31. 

Malice and blasphemy. Col. 3 : 8. 

Strife and contention. Pro. 21 : 19. 
Pro. 29:22. Pro 30: 33. 
Brings its own punishment. Job. 5: 

2. Pro. 19 : 19. Pro. 25 : 28. 
Grievous words stir up. Jud. 12 : 4. 

2 Sam. 19: 43. Pro. 15:1. 
Should not betray us into sin. Psa. 

37 : 8. Eph. 4 : 26. 

In prayer be free from. 1 Tim, 2: 8. 

May be averted by wisdom. Pro. 
29:8. 

Meekness pacifies. Pro. 15:1. Ecc. 
10:4. 

Children should not be provoked to. 
Eph. 6: 4. Col. 3:21. 

Be slow to. Pro. 15:18. Pro. 16: 32. 
Pro. 19 : 11. Tit. 1 : 7. Jas. 1 : 19. 

Avoid those given to. Gen. 49: 6. 
Pro. 22:24. 

Justifiable, Exemplified. Our Lord, 
Mar. 3 : 5. Jacob, Gen. 31 : 36. Mo- 
ses, Exo. 11:8. Exo. 32: 19. Lev. 
10: 16. Num. 16: 15. Nehemiah, 
Neh. 5:6. Neh. 13: 17, 2.5. 

Sinful, Exemplified. Cain, Gen. 4:5, 
6. Esau, Gen. 27 : 45. Simeon and 
Levi, Gen. 49: 5-7. Moses, Num. 
20: 10, 11. Balaam, Num. 22: 27. 
Saul, 1 Sam. 20 : 30. Ahub, 1 Kin. 21 : 
4. Naaman, 2 Kin. 5 : 11. Asa, 2 Chr. 
16: 10. Uzziah, 2 Chr. 26:19. Ha- 
mati, Est. 3; 5. Nebuoliadnezzar, 



ANG. 



16 



ANO. 



Dan. 3: 13. Jonah, Jon. 4: 4. Herod, 
Mat. 2 : 16. Jews, Luke, 4 : 28. Hii/h 
Priest, die. Acts 5: 17. Acts 7 ; u4. 

Anger of God, The. 

Averted by Christ. Luke 2: 11, 14. 

Rom. 5: 9. 2 Cor. 5: 18,19. Eph. 

2:14,17. Col. 1: 20. 1 TLe. 1 : 10, 
Is averted from them that belirve. 

Jno. 3: 14—18. Rom. 3: 25. Rom. 

.5:1. 
Is averted upon confession of pin and 

repentance. Job 33: 27, Z>^, Psa. 

106: 43-45. Jer. 3: 12,13. Jer. IS: 

7, 8. Jer. 31 : 18-20. Joel ? : 12—14. 

Luke 15 : 18-20. 
Is slow. Psa. 103: 8. tsa. 48: 9. 

Jon. 4 : 2. Nah. 1 : 3. 
Is righteous. Psa. 58: 11, 11. Lam. 1 : 

18. Rom. 2: 6, 8. Rom. «: 5, 6. Rev. 

16:6,7. 
The justice of, not to *w questioned. 

Rom.9:18, 20, 22. 
Manifested in terrT'c. Exo. 14: 24. 

Psa. 76: 6— 8. Jer. IS): 10. Lam. 2: 

20-22. 
Manifested in iuc'fments and afflic- 
tions. Job 21: 17. Psa. 78: 49— 51. 

Psa. 90: 7. Isa. 9: 19. Jer. 7: 20. 

Eze. 7:19. Heb, 3: 17. 
Cannot be resisted. Job 9: 13. Job 

14:13. Psa. 76:7. Nah. 1:6. 
Aggravated by continual provoca- 
tion. Num. 32:14. 
Specially reserved for the' day of 

wrath. Zcp. 1 : 14—18. Mat. 25 : 41. 

Rom. 2:5, 8. 2 The. 1: 8. Rev. 6: 

17. Rev. 11:18. Rev. 19:15. 

AGAI'^ST 

The wicked. Psa. 7 : 11. Psa. 21 : 8, 

9. Isa. 3:8. Isa. 13: 9. Nah. 1: 
2 3. Rom. 1 : 18. Rom. 2: 8. Eph'. 
5:6. Col. 3:6. 

Those who forsake him. Ezr. 8: 22. 

Isa. 1 : 4. 
Unbelief. Psa. 78: 21, 22. Heb. 3: 

18,19. Jno. 3:36. 
Impenitence. Psa. 7: 12. Pro. 1: 

30, 31. Isa. 9 : 18, 14. Rom. 2 : .5. 
Apostacv. Heb. 10:26. 27. 
Idolatry. Deu. 29: 20, 27, 28. Dcu. 

32: 19, 20,22. Jos. 23: 16. 2 Kin. 

22 : 17. Psa. 78 : 58, .59. Jer. 44 : 3. 
Sin, in saints. Psa. 89: 30—32. Psa. 

90:7—9. Psa. 99:8. Psa. 102: 9, 

10. Isa. 47:6. 

Extreme, against those who oppose 

the gospel. Psa. 2:2, 3, 5. 1 The. 

2 : 16. 
Folly of provoking. Jer. 7: 19. 1 Cor, 

10:22. 
To be dreaded. Psa. 2: 12. Psa. 76: 

7. Psa. 90: 11. Mat. 10: 28. 
To bo deprecated. Exo. 32: 11. Psa. 

6:1. Psa 38:1. Psa. 74:1, 2. Isa. 

64:9. 



V^moval of, should be prayed for. 

Psa. 39: 10. Psa. 79: 5. Psa. 80: 4. 

Dan. 9: 16. Hab. 3:2. 
Tempered with mercy to saints. Psa. 

30 : 5. Isa. 26 : 20. Isa. 54 : 8. Isa. 57 : 

15, 16. Jer. 30: 11. Mic. 7 : 11. 
To be born with submission. 2 Sam. 

24: 17. Lam. 3: 39, 43. Mic. 7:9. 
Should lead to repentance. Isa. 42: 

24, 25. Jer. 4 : 8. 
Exemplified against, The old world. 

Gen. 7: 21—23. Builders of Babel, 

Gen. 11: 8. Cities of the phiin. Gen. 

19: 24, 25. Egyptians, Exo. 7: 20. 

Exo. 8: 6, 16, 24. Exo. 9: 3, 9, 23. 

Exo. 10: 13, 22. Exo 12: 29. Exo. 1 1 : 

27. Israelites, Exo. 32: 35. Num. 11 • 
1,33. Num. 14: 40-45. Num. 21: 6. 
Num. 25: 9. 2 Sam. 24 1, 15. Eue- 
mies of Israel, 1 Sam. 5:6. 1 Sam. 7 : 
10. Nadab. d-c. Lev. 10. 2. The Spies, 
Num. 14 : 37. Korah, die. Num 16: 31, 
35. Aaron and Miriam. Num. 12: 9, 
10. Ftt'c K'tJiflrs, Jos. 10 : 25. Abime- 
lech, Jud. 9: 56. Men of Beth-shemesh, 
1 Sam. 6: 19. Saiil, 1 Sam. 31: 6. 
Uzzah.2Sain. 6: 7. SauPs familij. 2 
Sam. 21 : 1. Sennacherib, 2 Kin. 19 : 

28, 35, 37. 

Anointing, 

With oil. Psa.92:l1^ 
With ointment. Jno. 11 : 2. 
Was used for 
Decorating the person. Ruth 3: 3. 
Refreshing the body. 2 Chr. 28 : 15. 
Purifying the body. Est. 2: 12. Isa. 

57:9. 
Curing the sick. Mar. 6: 13. Jas. 

5:14. 
Healing wounds. Isa. 1 : C, Luke 

10 : 34. 
Preparing weapons for war. Isa. 

21 : 5. _ 
Preparing the dead for burial. Mat. 

26: 12. Mar. 16: 1, with Luke 

23 : 56. 
The Jews very fond of. Pro. 27: 9. 

Amos 6: 6. 
Was applied to 
The head. Psa. 23 : 5. Ecc. 9 : 8. 
The face. Psa. 104:15. 
The feet. Luke 7 : 38, 39. Jno. 12 : 3. 
The eyes. Rev. 3:18. 

OiNTMl-.NT FOR, 

Richly perfumed. So. of Sol. 4 : 10. 

Jno. 12:3. 
Most expensive. 2 Kin. 20: 13. Amos 

6:6. Jno. 12:3. 5. 
Prepared by the apothecary. Ecc. 

10: 1. 
An article of commerce. Eze. 27: 

17. Rev. 18:13. 
Neglected in times of affliction. 2 
Sam. 12: 20. 2 Sam, 14: 2. Dan. 
10; 3. 



ANO, 



APO. 



Neglect of, to guests, a mark of dis- 
respect. Lvike 7 : 46. 

A token of joy. Ecc. 9: 7, 8. 

Deprivation of, threatened as a pun- 
ishment. Den. 2S:40. Mic. 6: 15. 

Wlsy recommimdod by Christ in times 
of fasting. Mat. 6:17,18. 

Anointing of the Holy Ghost. 

Is from God. 2 Cor. 1 : 21. 
That Christ should receive 

Foretold. Psa= 45: 7. Isa. 61: 1. 
Dan. 9: 24. 

Fulliiled. Luke 4: 18, 21. Acts 4: 
27. Acts 10: 38. Heb. 1:9. 
God preserves those who receive. Psa. 

18: .50. Psa. 20:6. Psa. 89: 20-23. 
Saints receive. Isa. 61: 3. 1 Jno. 2: 20. 
Is abiding in saints. 1 Jno. 2: 27. 
Guides into all truth. 1 Jno. 2 : 27. 
Typified. Exo. 40: 13— l.i. Lev. 8:12. 

1 Sam. 16:13. 1 Kin. 19:16. 

Anointing, Sacred. 

Antiquity of. Gen. 28: 18. Gen. S:>: 14. 
Consecrates to God's service. Exo. 

30: 29. 
Persons who received; 
Prophets. 1 Kin. 19 : 16. Isa. 61 : 1. 
Priests. Exo. 40: 13-15. 
Kings. Jud. ^ 8. 1 Sam. 9: 16. 1 

Kin. 1:34. 
Things which received; 
Tabernacle, &c. Exo. 30: 26, 27. 

Exo. 40:9. 
Brazen altar. Exo. 29: 36. Exo. 

40 : 10. 
Brazen laver. Exo. 40:11. 
Those who partook of. 
Protected by God. 1 Chr. 16: 22. 

Psa. 105: 15. 
Not to be injured or insulted. 1 

Sam. 24:6. lSam.26:9. 2 Sam. 

1:14,15. 2 Sam. 19:21. 
Oil or ointment for; 
Divinely prescribed. Exo. 30 : 23—25. 
Compounded by the priests. 1 Chr. 

9 : 30. 
An holy anointing oil for ever. Exo. 

30:25,31. 
Not to be imitated. Exo. 30: 32. 
To be put ou no stranger. Exo. 30: 

38. 
Jews condemned for imitating. 

Eze. 23:41. 
Illustrative of the anointing 
Of Christ with the Holy Ghost. 

Psa. 45: 7. Isa. 61: 1, with Luke 

4: 18. 
Of saints with the Holy Ghost. 

1 Jno 2 : 27. 

Antichrist. 

Denies the Father and the Sou. 1 
Jno. 2:22. 



Denies the incarnation of Christ. 1 

Jno. 4:3. 2 Jno. 7. 
Spirit of, prevalent in the Apostolic 

times. 1 Jno. 2: 18. 
Deceit, a characteristic of. 2 Jno. 7. 

Apostates. 

Described. Deu. 13: 13. Heb. 3:12. 
Persecution tends to make. Mat. 

24 : 9, 10. Luke 8 : 13. 
A worldly spirit tends to make. 2 

Tim. 4:10. 
Never belonged to Christ. 1 Jno. 

2:19. 
Saints do not become. Psa. 44: 18, 

19. Heb 6: 9. Heb. 10:39. 
It is impossible to restore. Heb. 6: 

4-6. 
Guilt and punishment of. Zep. 1: 

4-6. Heb. 10:25-31,39. 2 Pet. 2: 

17, 20-22. 
Cautions against becoming. Heb. 3 : 

12. 2 Pet. 3:17. 
Shall abound in the latter days. 

Mat. 24:12. 2 The. 2:3. iTim. 4: 

1-3. 
Exemplified. Amdziah, 2 Chr. 25: 

14, 27. Professed disciples, Jno._ 6: 

66. Hymeneus and Alexander, 1 Tim. 

1 : 19, 20. 

Apostles, The. 

Christ pre-eminently called " The 

Apostfe." Heb. 3:1. 
Ordained by Christ. Mar. 3: 14. Jnt). 

15:16. 
Eeceived their title from Christ. 

Luke 6: 13. 
Called by 

God. 1 Cor. 1:1.1 Cor. 12 : 28. Gal. 
1: 1,15,16. 

Christ. Mat. 10: 1. Mar. 3: 13. 
Acts 20: 24. Rom. 1:5. 

The Holy Ghost. Acts 13 : 2, 4. 
Were unlearned men. Acts 4 : 13. 
Selected from obscure stations. Mat. 

4:18. 
Sent first to the 'house of Israel. 

Mat. 10 : 5, 6. Luke 24 : 47. Act' 

13:46. 
Sent to preach the gospel to all na- 
tions. Mat. 28:19, 20. Mar. 16:15. 

2 Tim. 1: 11. 
Christ always present with. Mat. 

28 : 20. 
Warned against a timid profession 

of Christ. Mat. 10:27-33. 
The Holy Ghost given to. Jno. 20: 22. 

Acts 2: 1—4. Acts 9: 17. 
Guided by the Spirit into all truth. 

Jno. 14: 26. Jno. 15: 26. Jno. 

16:13. 
Instructed by the Spirit to answer 

adversaries. Mat. 10: 19, 20. Luke 

12:11, 12. 



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17 



ARM. 



Specially devoted to the oflSce of the 

ministry. Acts b: 4. Acts 20- 27. 
Humility urged upou. Mat. 20: 26, 

27. Mar. 9: 33-^7. Luke 22: 24—30. 
Self-deuial urged upon. Mat. 10: 

37—39. 
Mutual love urged upon. Jno. 1.5: 17. 
Equal authority given to each of. 

Slat. 16: 19, with Mat. 18:18. 2 Cor. 

11:5. 
Were not of the world. Jno. 15 : 19. 

Jno 17 : 16. 
Were hated by the world. Mat. 10: 

22. Mat. 24:9. Jno. 15: 18. 
Persecutions and sutterings of. Mat. 

10:16,18. Luke 21: 16. Jno. 15: 

20. Jno. 16 : 2. 
Saw Christ in the flesh. Luke 1 : 2. 

Acts 1 : 22. 1 Cor. 9:1. 1 Jno. 1:1. 
Witnesses of the resurrection and 

ascension of Christ. Luke 24 : 33— 
. 41 , 51 . Acts 1 : 2—9. Acts 10 : 40. 41 , 

1 Cor. 15:8. 
Empowered to work miracles. Mat, 

10:1.8. Mar. 16: 20. Luke 9: 1. 

Acts 2 : 43. 

Ark of the Covenant, The. 

Dimensions, &c. of. Exo. 25: 10. Exo. 

37 : 1. 
Entirely covered with gold. Exo. 

25:11. Exo. 37:2. 
Surroundeti with a crown of gold. 

Exo. 25: 11. 
Furnished with rings and staves. 

Exo. 25 : 12—15. Exo. 37 : 3—5. 
Tables of testimony alone placed in. 

Exo. 25 : 16, 21. 1 Kin. 8 : 9, 21. 2 

Chr. 5:10. Heb. 9:4. 
Mercy-seat laid upon. Exo. 25 : 21. 

Exo. 26 : 34. 
Placed in the Holv of Holies. Exo. 

26 : 33. Exo. 40 : 21. Heb. 9 : 3, 4. 
The pot of manna and Aaron's rod 

laid up before. Heb. 9: 4, with Exo. 

16:33,34. Num. 17 : 10. 
A copy of the law laid in the side of 

Deu. 31 : 26. 
Anointed with sacred oil. Exo. 

30:26. 
Covered with the vail by the priests 

before removal. Num. 4:5, 6. 

Was CALLED, THE 

Ark of God. 1 Sam. 3:3. 

Ark of God's strength. 2 Chr. 6 : 41. 

Psa. 132: 8. 
Ark of the covenant of the Lord. 

Num. 10:33. 

Ark of the testimony. Exo. 30: 6. 

Num. 7: 89. 

A symbol of the presence and '.'ory 

ot God. Num. 14:43,44. Jos ': 

6. 1 Sam. 14 : 18, 19. Psa 132 : 8. 

Esteemed the glory of Israel. 1 Sam. 

4:21,22. 
Was holy. 2 Chr. 35:3. 



Sanctified its resting-place. 2 Chr. 

8: 11. 
The Israelites inquired of the Lord 

before. Jos. 7:6— 9. Jud. 20: 27. 

1 Chr. 13:3. ' 

Was CARRIED 

By priests or Levites alone. Deu. 
10:8. Jos. 3:14. 2Sam. 15:24. 1 
Chr. 15:2. 

Before the Israelites in their jour 
neys. Num. 10:33. Jos. 3:6. 

Sometimes to the camp iu war. 1 
Sam. 4:4,5. 
Profanation of, punished. Num. 4: 

5, 15. 1 Sam. 6 : 19. 1 Chr. 15 : 13. 
Protecting of, rewarded. 1 Chr. 

13:14. 
Captured by the Philistines. 1 Sam. 

4:11. 
Miracles connected with 

Jordan divided. Jos. 4: 7. 

Fall of the walls of Jericho. Jos. 
6 : 6-20. 

Fall of Dagon. 1 Sam 5 : 1—4. 

Philistines plagued. 1 Sam. 5 ; 
6-12. 

Manner of its restoration. 1 Sam. 
6 : 1—18. 
At Kirjath-jearim twenty years. 1 

Sam. ( : 1, 2. 
Removed from Kirjath-jearim to the 

house of Obed-edom. 2Sam 6: 1—11. 
David made a tent for. 2 Sam. 6: 17. 

1 Chr. 15 : 1. 
Brought into the city of David. 2 

Sam. 6 : 1'2— 15. 1 Chr. 15 : 2,5— j:8. 
Brought by Solomon into the temple 

with great solemnity. 1 Kin. 8: 

1—6. 2 Chr. 5 : 2—9. 
A type of Christ. Psa. 40:8. Rev. 

11 : 19. 

Armies, 

Antiquity of. Gen. 14 : 1—8. 
Ancient, often numerous. Jos. 11 : 4. 

1 Sam. 13: 5. 

Of different nations often confeder- 
ated. Jos. 9:2. Jos. 10:5. Jud. 3: 
13. 1 Kin. 20:1. 

Troops often hired for. 1 Chr. 19 : 7. 

2 Chr. 25:6. 
Were composed of 

Bowmen and sliugers. 1 Chr. 12: 

2. Jer. 4 : 29. 
Spearmen or heavy troops. Psa. 

68:30. Acts 23: 23. 
Cavalry. Exo. 14 : 9. 1 Kin. 20: 20. 
War-chariots. Jos. 17: 16. Jud. 4: 3. 

Often consisted of the whole effec- 
tive strength of nations. Num. 21 : 
23. 1 Sam. 29: 1.' 

Furnished with standards. So. of 
Sol. 6:4. Isa. 10:18. Jer. 4:21. 

Accompanied by beasts f burden 
and wagons for baggagt Jud. 7: 
12. 2 Kin. 7:7. Eze. 23:2., 



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Generally io three divisions. Gen. 

14:15. Job. 1:17. 
Were led by 
Kings in person. 2 Kin. 18: 13. 2 

Kin. 25 : 1. 
Experienced captains. 2 Kin. 18: 
17, 24. 
Called the 
Wings of a nation. Isa. 8:8. Jer. 

48:40. 
Power of Kings. 2 Chr. 32 : 9. 
Hosts. Jos. 10:5. Jud. 8:10. 
Bands. 2 Kin. 24 : 2. 1 Chr. 7 : 4. 
Began their campaigns in the spring. 

2 Sam. 11:1. 
Often went on foreign service. Jer. 

5:15. Jer. 50:3. 
Marched 
Often in open line. Hab. 1 : 6, 8. 
With order and precision. Isa. 5: 

27. Joel 2: 7,8. 
With rapidity. Jer. 48: 40. Hab. 

1:8. 
With noise and tumult. Isa. 17: 
12, 13. Joel 2 : 5. 
Employed in 
Fighting battles. 1 Sam. 17 : 2, 3. 

1 Chr. 19:17. 
Besieging cities. Deu. 20: 12. Isa. 

29:3. 
Assaulting cities. Jos 7:3, 4. Jud. 
9 : 45. 
Often surprised their enemies. Jos. 

8:2. 2 Chr. 13:13. Je;.51:12. 
Commenced their battles with a 
shout. 1 Sam. 17 : 20. 2 Chr. 13: 15. 
Jer. 51 : 14. 
Toil and fatigue often endured by. 

Eze. 29 : 18. 
Divided the spoil. Exo. 15:9. Zee. 

14:1. 

Sent out foraging parties. 2 Kin. 5 : 2. 

Exercised savage cruelties on the 

vanquished. Jer. 50:42. Lam. 5: 

11-13. Amos 1 : 13. 

Frequently the instrument of God's 

vengeance. Isa. 10:5, 6. Isa. 13:5. 

In latter ages received pay. Luke 

3 : 14. 1 Cor. 9 : 7. 
Encamped 
In the open fields. 2 Sam. 11 : 11. 

1 Chr. 11 : 15. 
Before cities. Jos. 10: 5. 1 Sam. 
11: 1. 
Fear occasioned by. Num. 22 : 3. Jen 

6:25. 
Devastation occasioned by. Isa 37 : 

18. Jer. 5:17. 
Often destroyed by 
Their enemies. Exo. 17: 13. Jos. 
10: 10, 20. Jud. 11: 33. 2 Sam. 
18:7. 1 Kin. 20:21. 
Themselves through divine inter- 
position Jud. 7 : 22. 1 Sam. 14 ; 
15,16. , Chr. 20:23. 
Supern ,ural means. Jos. 10: 11. 
2Ki< 19:35. 



Brought their idols with them. 1 Chr. 

14:12. 
Compared to 

Whirlwinds. Jer. 25 : 32. 

Waters of a river. Isa. 8: 7. 

Caterpillars. Jer. 51: 14, 27. 

Grasshoppers. Jud. 6: 3 — 5. Jud. 
7: 12. 

Locusts. Isa. 33 : 4. Rev. 9:3,7. 

Flies. Isa. 7 : 18, 19. 

Clouds. Eze. 38:9— 16. 

Overflowing torrents. Isa. 28 : 2. 
Dan. 11 : 10, 26. 

iLLtlSTRATIVE OF 

Multitudes of angels. 1 Kin. 22: 19. 

Psa. 148 : 2. Dan. 4 : 35. Mat. 26 : 53. 
The Church. Dan. 8: 10-13. So. 

of Sol. 6:4, 10. 
Numerous and heavy aflflictions. 

Job 19 : 12. 

Armies of Israel, The. 

First mention of. Exo. 7 : 4. 
Collected by 
Sound of trumpets. Jud. 3: 27. Jud. 

6:34. 
Special messengers. Jud. 6: 35. 2 

Sam. 20: 14. 
Extraordinary means. Jud. 19: 29, 
with Jud. 20:1. 1 Sam. 11:7. 
Enrolled by the chief scribe. 2 Kin. 

25 : 19. - 

Called 
The host. Deu. 23: 9. 1 Sam. 28: 19. 
The armies of the living God. 1 
Sam. 17 : 26. 
Composed of infantry. Num. 11: 21. 

Jud. 5 : 15. 
Horsemen and chariots introduced 
into, after David's reign. 1 Kin. 1 ; 
5. 1 Kin. 4:26. 
Divided into 
Three divisions. Jud. 7 : 16. 1 Sam. 

11:11. 
Van and rear. Jos. 6: 9. 
Companies of thousands, &c. Num. 
31 : 14. 2 Kin. 1 : 9, 11. 1 Chr. 13 : 
1. 1 Chr. 27:1. 
Commanded by the captain of the 
host. 2 Sam. 2:8. 2 Sam. 17:25. 
2 Sam. 20:23. 
Often led by the king in person. 1 
Sam. 8:20. iSam. 15:4, 5. 2 Sam. 
12:29. 1 Kin. 22 ch. 
Inferior officers of, appointed by 
The shoterim or chief officers. 

Deu. 20:9. 
The king. 2 Sam. 18 : 1. 2 Chr. 25 : 5. 
The captain of the host. 2 Sam. 
18: 11. 2 Kin. 4: 13. 
Persons liable to serve in. Num 1: 

2,3. 
Persons exempted from serving 
in: 

Who had builded a house. Deu. 
20:5. 



ARM. 



ARM. 



Who had planted a vineyard. Deu. 
20:6. 

Who were lately betrothed. Deu. 
20 : 7. 

Who were newly married. Deu. 24 : n. 
Refusing to join, stigmatized. Jud. 

5 : 1.")— 17. 
Refusing to join, often punished. 

Jud. 21 : 5, 8— 11. 1 Sam. 11:7. 
The fearful allowed to leave. Deu. 

20:8, Jud. 7:3. 
Sometimes consisted of the whole 

nation. Jud. 20:11. 1 Sam. 11:7. 
Strict discipline observed in. Jos. 7 : 

16 21. 1 Sam. 14 : 24—44. 
Educated in the art of war. Isa. 2: 4. 

Mic. 4: 3. 
Often supplied with arms from pub- 
lic armories. 2 Chr. 11: 12. 2 Chr. 

26 : 14. 
Before going to war 

Were numbered and reviewed. 2 
Sam. 18: 1, 2, 4. 1 Kin. 10: 15, 27. 

Required to keep from iniquity. 
Deu. 23 : 9. 

Consulted the Lord. Jud. 1 : 1. Jud. 
20:27, 28. 

Encouraged by their commanders. 
2 Chr. 20:20. 
Ark of God frequently brought with. 

Jos. 6:6, 7. iSam. 4:4, 5. 2 Sam. 

11: 11. 2 Sam. 15:24. 
Attended by priests with trumpets. 

Num 10 : 9. Num. 31 : 6. 2 Chr. 13 : 

13, 14. 
Praises of God often sung before. 2 

Chr. 20:21, 22. 
Often disposed to battle with Judg- 
ment, &c. 2 Sam. 10:9. 
Bravery and fidelity in, rewarded. 

Jos. 15:16. ISam. 17: 25. 1 Sam. 

18:17. 2 Sam. 18:11. 1 Chr. 11:6. 
Men selected from, for difficult enter- 
prises. Exo. 17 : 9. Num. 31 : 5, 6. 

Jos. 7 : 4. Jos. 8 : 3. Jud. 7:5,6. 2 

Sam. 17:1. 
Directed in their movements by God. 

Jos. 8:1.2. Jud. 1:2. 2 Sam. 5:25. 

1 Chr. 14 : 16. 
With the aid of God all-powerful. 

Lev, 26 : 3, 7, 8. Deu 7 : 24. Deu 32 : 

30. Jos. 1 : 5. 
Without God easily overcome. Lev. 

26: 17. Num. 14: 42, 45. 
Mode of provisioning : 

Food brought by themselves, Jos. 
1: 11. 

Food sent by their families. 1 
Sam. 17 : 17. 

Ct)ntribution levied. Jud. 8 : 5. 
ISam. 25: 4—8. 

By presents. 2 Sam. 17 : 27—29. 
Congratulated on returning victori- 
ous. 1 Sam. 18: 6, 7, with Exo. 15: 

1-21. 
Purified on returning from war. 

Ni'K.. 31.19-25. 



Disbanded after war. 1 Sam. 13:2. 

1 Kin. 22:36. 
Part of, retained in times of peace 

by the kings. 1 Sam. 13: 1, 2, 1 

Chr, 27: 1-15. 

Arms, Military. 

Made of iron, steel, or brass. Job 20: 

24. ISam. 17:5, 6. 
Offensive: 

Sword. Jud. 20: 15. Eze. 32 : 27. 
• Two-edged sword. Psa. 149: 6. 
Pro. 5 : 4. 
Dagger. Jud. 3: 16, 21, 22. 
Dart or javelin. 1 Sam. 18: 10, 11. 

2 Sam. 18:14. 
Spear or lance. 1 Sam. 26:7. Jer. 

50:42. 
Battle-axe. Eze. 26 : 9. Jer. 51 : 20. 
Bow and arrows. Gen. 48: 22. 1 

Kin. 22:. 34. 
Sling. 1 Sam. 17: 50. 2 Kin. 3:25. 
Handstafl. Mat. 26:47. 
Called weapons of war. 2 Sam. 

1 : 27. 
Called instruments of war. 1 Chr. 

12:33,37. 
Called instruments of death. Psa. 
7: 13, 
Defensive : 
Helmet. 1 Sam. 17 : 5, 38. 2 Chr, 

26 : 14, 
Coat of mail, breastplate, haber- 
geon, or brigandine, 1 Sam, 17: 
5, 38. Exo. 28: 32. Jer. 46: 4. 
Rev. 9:9. 
Girdle. ISam. 18:4. 2 Sam. 18: 11. 
Target. ISam. 17: 6. 
Greaves. 1 Sam. 17: 6. 
Shield. 1 Kin. 10: 16, 17, 1 Kin. 

14 : 26, 27. 
Buckler. 1 Chr. 5: 18. Eze. 26: 8 
Called harness. 1 Kin. 22: 34. 
Called armor. Luke 11 : 22. 
For sieges: 
Battering rams. 2 Sam. 20: 15. 

Eze. 4 : 2. 
Engines for casting stones, &c. 2 
Chr. 26:15. 
Not worn in ordinary. 1 Sam. 21: 8. 
Put on at the first alarm. Isa. 8:9. 

Jer. 46:3,4. 
Armories built for. 2 Kin. 20: 13. So. 

of Sol. 4:4. 
Great stores of, prepared. 2 Chr. 32 : 5. 
Were provided 
, Bv individuals themselves. 1 Chr. 

12 : 33, 37. 
From the public arsenals. 2 Chr. 
11:12. 2 Chr. 26: 14. 
Often given as presents. 1 Kin. 10: 25. 
Before using 
Tried and proved. 1 Sam. 17: 39. 
Burnished. Jer. 46: 4. Eze. 21 : 9 — 

11, 28. 
Anointed. Isa. 21 : 5. 



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20 



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Part of, borne by armor-bearers. 
Jud. 9:54. 1 Sam. 14:1. 1 Sam. 
16:21. 
Hung on the walls of cities. Eze. 27 : 

10, 11. 
Of the vanquished, 
Taken off them. 2 Sam. 2: 21. 

Luke 11 : 22. 
Sometimes kept as trophies. 1 

Sam. 17:54. 
Sometimes burned. Eze. 39:9, 10. 
Of conquered nations taken away to 
prevent rebellion. Jud. 5: 8. 1 Sam. 
13: 19-22. 
Inferior to wisdom. Ecc. 9: 18. 
Illdstkative of 
Spiritual armor. Eom. 13:12. 2 
Cor. 6 : 7. Eph. 6 : 11—14. 1 The. 5 : 8. 
Spiritual weapons. 2 Cor. 10: 4. 

Eph. 6: 17. 
Judgments of God. Isa. 13:5. Jer. 
50:25. 

Arrows, 

Deadly and destructive weapons. 

Pro. 26:18. 
Called shafts. Isa. 49:2. 
Sharp. Psa. 120 : 4. Isa. 5 : 28. 
Bright and polished. Isa. 49: 2. 

Jer. 51 : 11. 
Sometimes poisoned. Job 6: 4. 
Carried in a quiver. Gen. 27 : 3. Isa. 

49 : 2. Jer. 5 : 16. Lam. 3 : 13. 
Discharged 
Frow a bow. Psa. 11 : 2. Isa. 7 : 24. 
From engines. 2 Chr. 26: 15. 
At a mark for amusement. 1 Sam. 

20:20—22. 
At the beasts of the earth. Gen. 

27:3. 
Against enemies. 2 Kin. 19: 32. 

Jer. 50 : 14. 
With great force. Num. 24: 8. 2 
Kin. 9 : 24. 
Fleetness of, alluded to. Zee. 9: 14. 
The ancients divined by. Eze. 21 : 21. 
Illustrative 
Of Christ. Isa. 49:2. 
Of the word of Christ. Psa. 45 : 5. 
Of God's judgment. Deu. .32:23— 
42. Psa. 7: 13. Psa. 21:12. Psa. 
64 : 7. Eze. 5 : 16. 
Of severe afflictions. Job 6: 4. 

Psa. 38 : 2. 
Of bitter words. Psa. 64 : 3. 
Of slanderous tongues. Jer. 9: 8. 
Of false witnesses. Pro. 25: 18. 
Of devices of the v.icked. Psa. 11 : 2. 
Of young children. Psa. 127 : 4. 
Of lightnings. Psa. 77: 17, 18. Hab. 

3:11. 
(Broken), of destruction of power. 

Psa. 76:3. 
(Falling from the hand), of the 
paralyzing power. Eze. 39 : 3. 



Arts of the. 

Apothecary or perfumer. Exo. 30: 

25, 35. 
Armorer. 1 Sam. 8:12. 
Baker. Gen. 40 : 1. 1 Sam. 8 : 13; 
Brick-maker. Gen. 11: 3. JExo. 5:7, 

8 18 
Brazier. Gen. 4 : 22. 2 Tim. 4 : 14. 
Blacksmith. Gen. 4: 22. 1 Sam. 13: 19. 
Carver. Exo. 31 : 5. 1 Kin. 6 : 18. 
Carpenter. 2 Sam. 5:11. Mar. 6:3. 
Calker. Eze. 27 : 9, 27. 
Confectioner. 1 Sam. 8: 13. 
Dyer. Exo. 25:5. 

Embroiderer. Exo. 35: 35. Exo. 38: 23. 
Embalmer. Gen. 50 : 2, 3, 26. 
Engraver. Exo. 28:11. Isa. 49: 16. 

2 Cor 3: 7 
Founder. Jud. 17:4. Jer. 10:9. 
Fuller. 2 Kin. 18 : 17. Mar. 9 : 3. 
Gardener. Jer. 29:5. Jno. 20:15. 
Goldsmith. Isa. 40: 19. 
Husbandman. Gen. 4 : 2. Gen. 9 : 20. 
Mariner, <fec. Eze. 27 : 8, 9. 
Mason. 2 Sam. 5:11. 2 Chr. 24 : 12. 
Musician. 1 Sam, 18 : 6. 1 Chr. 15 : 16. 
Potter. Isa. 64:8. Jer. 18:3. Lam. 

4 : 2. Zee. 11 : 13. 
Refiner of metals. 1 Chr. 28: 18. Mai. 

3 : 2, 3. 
Ropemaker. Jud. 16:11. 
Silversmith. Acts 19: 24. 
Stone-cutter. Exo. 20: 25. 1 Chr. 

22 : 15. 
Ship-builder. 1 Kin. 9:26. 
Smelter of metals. Job 28 : 2. 
Spinner. Exo. 35 : 2,5. Pro. 31 : 19. 
Tailor. Ero. 28:3. 
Tanner. Acts 9 : 43. Acts 10 : 6. 
Tent-maker. Gen. 4: 20. Acts 18: 3. 
Weaver. Exo. 35 : 35. Jno. 19 : 23. 
Wine-maker. Neh. 13:15. Isa. 63:3. 
Writer. Jud. 5 : 14. 

Ascension of Christ, The, 

Prophecies respecting. Psa. 24: 7. 

Psa. 68: IS. with Eph. 4: 7, 8. 
Foretold by Himself. Jno. 6: 62. Jno. 

7 : 33. Jno. 14 : 28. Jno. 16 : 5. Jno. 

20:17. 
Forty days after His resurrection. 

Acts 1 : 3. 
Described. Acts 1 : 9. 
From Mount Olivet. Luke 24 : 50, 

with Mar. 11: 1. Acts 1: 12. 
While blessing His disciples. Luke 

24 : .50. 
When He had atoned for sin. Heb, 9: 

12. Heb. 10:12. 
Was triumphant. Psa. 68: 18. 
Was to supreme power and dignity. 

Luke 24: 26. Eph. 1: 20, 21. 1 Pet. 

3:22. 
As the Forerunner of His people. 

Heb. 6:20. 



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aSS. 



To intercede. Rom. 8 : 34. Hcb. 9 : 24. 
To send the Holy Ghost. Jno. 16: 7. 

Acts 2 : 33. 
To receive gifts for men. Psa. 68: 

18, witliEph.4:8, 11. 
To prepare a place for His people. 

Jiio. 14 : 2. 
Ifis second coming shall be in like 

manner as. Acts 1:10, 11. 
Typified. Lev. 16: 15, with Heb. 6: 

20. Heb. 9:7, 9, 12. 

Asher, The Tribe of. 

Descended from Jacob's eighth son. 

Gen. 30:12, 13. 
Predictions concerning. Gen. 49:20. 

Den. .33: 24, 2h. 
Strength of, on leaving Egypt. Num. 

1:40, 41. 
Persons selected from. 

To number the people. Num. 1 : 13. 

To spy out the land. Num. 13 : 13. 

To divide the land. Num. 34 : 27. 
The center of the fourth division of 

Israel in its journeys. Num. 10: 

25, 26. 
Encamped next to, and under the 

standard of Dan, north of the tab- 
ernacle. Num. 2: 25, 27. 
Offering of, at the dedication. Num. 

7 : 72 — 77. 
Families of. Num. 26 : 44—47. 
Strength of, on entering Canaan. 

Num.26: 47. 
On Ebal, said amen to the curses of 

the law. Deu. 27 : 13. 
Bounds of their inheritance. Jos. 19: 

24-31. 
Bordered on the sea. Jos. 19: 29. 

Jud. 5:17. 
Did not fully drive out Canaanites. 

Jud. 1:31, .32. 
Reproved for not aiding against Si- 
sera. Jud. 5: 17. 
Assisted Gideon against the Midian- 

ites. Jud. 6: 35. Jud. 7:23. 
Some of, at coronation of David. 1 

Chr. 12:36. 
Officers placed over, by Solomon. 1 

Kin. 4 : 16. 
Aided iu Hezekiah's reformation. 2 

Chr. 30: 11. 
Remarkable persons of. 1 Chr. 7: 

30-40. Luke 2: 36. 



Asp, or Adder. 



Dangerous to travelers. Gen. 49: 17. 
Described as 

Venomous. Job 20: 14, 16. 

Not to be charmed. Psa. 58: 5. 
Illustrative 

Of obstinate rejecters of God's 

Word. Psa. 58:4. 5. 
Of the enemies of God's people. Psa. 

91 : 13. 



(Venom of), of the speech of the 
wicked. Psa. 140: 3. Rom. 3:13. 

(Venom of), of injurious effects of 
wine. Deu. 32:33. Pro. 23:. 32. 

(Deprived of its venom), of the ef- 
fects of conversion. Isa. 11 : 8, 9. 

Ass, The Domestic. 

Unclean. Lev. 11 : 2, 3, 26, with Exo. 

13: 13. 
Described as 

Not devoid of instinct. Isa. 1 : 3. 

Strong. Gen. 49 : 14. 

Fond of ease. Gen. 49: 14, 15. 
Often fed on vine-leaves. Gen. 49: 11. 
Formed a part of patriarchal wealth. 

Gen. 12 : 16. Gen. 30 : 43. Job 1 : 3. 

Job 42 : 12. 
Was used 

In agriculture. Isa. 30: 6, 24. 

For bearing burdens. Gen. 42 : 26. 
1 Sam. 25: 18. 

For riding. Gen. 22 : 3. Num. 22 : 21. 

In harness. Isa. 21 : 7. 

In war. 2 Kin. 7 : 7, 10. 
Governed by a bridle. Pro. 26 . 3. 
Urged on with a staff. Num. 22: 

23, 27. 
Women often rode on. Jos. 15 : 18. 1 

Sam. 25 : 20. 
Persons of rank rode on. Jud. 10: 3, 

4. 2 Sam. 16:2. 
Judges of Israel rode on white. Jud. 

5:10. 
Young, most valued for labor. Isa. 

30 : 6, 24. 
Trusty persons appointed to take 

care of. Gen. 36 : 24. 1 Sam. 9 : 3. 1 

Chr. 27 : 30. 
Often taken unlawfully by corrupt 

rulers. Num. 16: 15. 1 Sam. 8:16. 

1 Sam. 12:3. 
Latterly counted an ignoble crea- 
ture. Jer. 22 : 19. 
Laws respecting; 

Not to be coveted. Exo. 20: 17. 

Fallen under a burden, to be as- 
sisted. Exo. 23 : 5. 

Astray, to be brought back to its 
owner. Exo. 23:4. Deu. 22:1. 

Astray, to be taken care of till its 
owner appeared. Deu. 22 : 2, 3. 

Not to be yoked with an ox. Deu. 
22:10. 

To enjoy the rest of the Sabbath 
Deu. 5 : 14. 

First-born of, if not redeemed, to 
have its neck broken. Exo. 13: 
13. Exo. 34 : 20. 
Christ entered Jerusalem on. Zee. 

9:9. Jno. 12:14. 
Miracles connected with; 

Mouth of Balaam's opened to 
speak. Num. 22:28. 2 Pet. 2:16. 

A thousand men slain by Samson 
with a jaw-bone of. Jud. 15:19. 



ASS. 



22 



ASS. 



Water brought from the jaw-bone 

of. Jud. 15 : 19. 
Not torn by a lion. 1 Kin. 13: 28. 
Eaten during famine in Samaria. 2 
Kin. 6; 25. 

Ass, The Wild. 

Inhabits wild and solitary places. 

Job 39 : 6. Isa. 32 : 14. Dan. 5 : 21. 
Eanges the mountains for food. Job 

30:8. 
Brays when hungry. Job 6 : 5. 
Suffers in time of scarcity. Jer. 14:6. 
Described a.s 

Fond of liberty. Job 39: 5. 

Intractable. Job 11 : 12. 

Unsocial. Hos. 8:9. 
Despises his pursuers. Job 39: '(. 
Supported by God. Psa. 104 : 10, 11. 
Illustrative of 

Intractableness of natural man. 
Job 11: 12. 

The wicked in their pursuit of sin. 
Job 24 : 5. 

Israel in their love of idols. Jer. 
2: 23,24. 

The Assyrian power. Hos. 8: 9. 

The Ishmaelites. Gen. 10: 12. (He- 
brew ) 

Assurance. 

Produced by faith. Eph. 3: 12. 2 Tim. 

1:12. Heb. 10: 22. 
Made full by hope. Heb. 6:11,19. 
Confirmed by love. 1 Jno. 3: 14, 19. 

1 Jno. 4: 18. 
Is the effect of righteousness. Isa. 

32:17. 
Is abundant in the understanding of 

the gospel. Col. 2 : 2. 1 The. 1 : 5. 
Saints rKiviLEUED to have, of 
Their election. Psa. 4:3. 1 The. 1: 4. 
Their redemption. Job 19 : 25. 
Their adoption. Eom. 8: 16. 1 Jno. 

3:2. 
Their salvation. Isa. 12 : 2. 
Eternal life. 1 Jno. 5:13. 
The unalienable love of God. Rom. 

8 : 38, 39. 
Union with God and Christ. 1 Cor. 

6:15. 2 Cor. 13:5. Eph. 5: 30. 1 

Jno. 2 : 5. 1 Jno. 4 : 13. 
Peace with God by Christ. Eom. 

5: 1. 
Preservation. Psa. 3: 0, 8. Psa. 27: 

3-5. Psa. 46 : 1—3. 
Answers to iirayer. 1 Jno. 3: 22. 1 

Jno. 5: 14, 15. 
Continuance in grace. Phi. 1 : 6. 
Comfort in affliction. Psa. 73: 26. 

Luke 4: 18, 19. 2 Cor. 4: 8-10, 

16—18. 
Support in death. Psa. 23: 4. 
A glorious resurrection. Job 19: 26. 

Psa. 17: 15. Phi. 3: 21. 1 Jno. 3: 2. 



A kingdom. Heb. 12: 28. Rev. 5: 10, 

A crown. 2 Tim. 4 : 7, 8. Jas. 1 : 12. 
Give diligence to attain to. 2 Pet. 1: 

10, 11. 
Strive to maintain. Heb. 3: 11, 18. 
Confident hope in God restores. Psa. 

42:11. 
Exemplified. David.Vsa.. 23: 4. Psa. 

73 : 24—26. Paul, 2 Tim. 1 : 12. 2 Tim. 

4:18. 

Assyria, 

Antiquity and origin of. Gen. 10: 

8—11. 
Situated beyond the Euphrates. Isa. 

7 : 20. 
Watered by the river Tigris. Gen. 

2:14. 
Called 

The land of Nimrod. Mic. 5 : 6. 

Shinar. Gen. 11 : 2. Gen. 14 : 1, 

Asshur. Hos. 14: 3. 
Nineveh, chief city of. Gen, 10: 11. 

2 Kin. 19: 36. 
Governed by kings. 2 Kin. 15: 19, 29. 
Celebrated for 

Fertility. 2 Kin. 18: 32. Isa. 36: 17. 

Extent of conquests. 2 Kin. 18: 
33—35. 2 Kin. 19: 11—13. Isa, 10: 
9-14. 

Extensive commerce. Eze. 27:23,24. 
Idolatry, the religion of. 2 Kin. 19:37. 

As A POWER, WAS 

Most formidable. Isa. 28:2. 
Intolerant and oppressive. Nah. 

3 : 19. 
Cruel and destructive. Isa. 10: 7. 
Selfish and reserved. Hos. 8:9. 
Unfaithful, &c. 2 Clir. 28: 20, 21. 
Proud and haughty. 2 Kin. 19: 

22-24. Isa. 10:8. 
An instrument of God's vengeance. 

Isa. 7:18,19. Isa. 10:5,6. 
Chief men of, described. Eze. 23: 0, 

12, 23. 
Armies of, described. Isa. 5 : 26 29. 

PUL KING OF, 

Invaded Israel. 2 Kin. 15:19. 
Bought off by Menahem. 2 Kin. 15: 

19, 20. 

TiGLATH PiLEZER KING OF, 

Ravaged Israel. 2 Kin. 15:29. 
Asked to aid Ahaz against Hyria. 

2 Kin. 18: 7, 8. 
Took money from Ahaz, but 

strengthened him not. 2 Chr. 28: 

20, 21. 

Conquered Syria. 2 Kin. 16:9. 
Shalmaneser king OF, 
Reduced Israel to tribute. 2 Kin. 

17:3. 
Was conspired against by Hoshea. 

2 Kin. 17:4. 
Imprisoned Hoshea. 2 Kin. 17:4. 
Carried Israel captive. 2 Kin. 17: 

5, 6. 



ASS. 



2:^ 



ATO. 



Re-peopled Samaria from Assyria. 
2 Kin. 17:21. 

SENNACHEK115 IvIXG OF, 

Invaded Judah. 2 Kin. 18: 1.3. 
Bought oir by Hezekiah. 2 Kin. 18 : 

14—16. 
Insulted and threatened Judah. 2 

Kin. 18: 17-32. 2 Kin. It): lO-Kl 
Blasphemed the Lord. 2 Kin. IS: 

3.3—35. 
Prayed against by Hezekiah. 2 

Kin. 19:14-19. 
Reproved for ijride and blasphemy. 

2 Kin. 12 : 20-34. Isa. 37 : 21 -2'). 
His army destroyed by God. 2 Kin. 

10:35. 
Assassinated by his sons. 2 Kin. 

19 : 36. 
Condemned for oppressing God's peo- 
ple. Isa. 52 : 4. 
Manasseh taken captive to, 2 Chr. 

33:11. 
The re-peopling of Samaria from, 
completed by Asnapper. Ezr. 4: 10.- 
Idolatry of, brought into Samaria. 

2 Kin. 17:29. 
Judah condemned for trusting to. 

Jcr. 2 : 18, 36. 
Israel condemned for trusting to. 

Hos. 5:13. Hos. 7:11. Hos. 8:9. 
The Jews condemned for following 
the idolatries of. Eze. 16:28. Eze. 
23:5, 7, &c. 
The greatness, extent, duration, and 

fall of, illustrated. Eze. 31 : 3—17. 
Predictions respecting; 
Conquest of the Kenites by. Num. 

24: 22. 
Conquest of Syria by. Isa. 8:4. 
Conquest and captivity of Israel by. 

Isa. 8:4. Hos. 9: 3. Hos. 10: 6. 

Hos. 11:5. 
invasion of Judah by. Isa. 5 : 26. 

Isa. 7:17— 20. Isa. 8:8. Isa. 10: 

5, 6, 12. 
Restoration of Israel from. Isa. 27: 

12,13. Hos. 11:11. Zee. 10:10. 
Destruction of. Isa. 10: 12— 19. Isa. 

14 : 24, 25. Isa. 30: 31—33. Isa. 31 : 

8,9. Zec.lO:ll. 
Participation in the blessings of 

the gospel. Isa. 19: 23—25. Mic. 

7:12. 

Atonement, The. 

Explained. Rom. 5 : 8—11. 2 Cor. 5 : 
18, 19. Gal. 1 : 4. 1 Jno. 2:2.1 Jno. 
4:10. 

Foreordained. Rom. 3: 25 (Mai-gin). 1 
Pet.. 1:11, 20. Rev. 13:8. 

Foretold. Isa. 53: 4-6, 8-12. Dan. 
9: 24—27. Zee. 13: 1, 7. Jno. 11 : 50, 51. 

Effected by Christ alone. Jno. 1 : 29, 
36. Acts 4: 10,12. 1 The. 1 : 10. 1 
Tim. 2:5, 6. Heb. 2: 9, 1 Pet. 2: 24. 



Was voluntary. Psa. 40: 6—8, with 

Heb. 10: 5-9. Jno. 10: 11, 15, 17, 18. 

Exhibits the 

Grace and mercy of God. Rom. 8: 

32. Eph.2:4, 5, 7. 1 Tim. 2: 4. 

Heb. 2 : 9. 

Love of God. Rom. 5:8. 1 Jno. 4 : 

9, 10. 
Love of Clirist. Jno. 15 : 13. Gal. 2 : 
20. Eph. 5:2, 25. Rev. 1 : 5. 
Reconciles the justice aiul mercy of 

God. Isa. 45 : 21. Rom. 3 : 25, 26. 
Necessity for. Isa. 59:16. Luke 19: 

10. Heb. 9: 22. 

Made but once. Heb. 7:27. Heb. 9: 

24—28. Heb. 10: 10, 12, 14. 1 Pet. 

3: 18. 
Acceptable to God. Eph. 5 : 2. 
Reconciliation to God effected by. 

Rom. 5 : 10. 2 Cor. 5 : 18-20. Eph. 

2 : 13-16. Col. 1 : 20-22. Heb. 2 : 17. 

1 Pet. 3:18. 
Access to God by. Heb. 10: 19, 20. 
Remission of sins by. Jno. 1: 29. 

Rom. 3 : 25. Eph. 1:7. 1 Jno. 1 : 7. 

Rev. 1: 5. 
Justification by. Rom. 5:9. 2 Cor. 

5:21. 
Sanctification by. 2 Cor. 5 : 15. Eph. 

5:26, 27. Tit. 2: 14. Heb. 10: 10. 

Heb. 13:12. 
Redemption by. Mat. 20: 28. Acts 

20: 28. 1 Tim. 2: 6. Heb. 9: 12. 

Rev. 5:9. 
Has delivered saints from the 

Power of sin. Rom. 8:3. 1 Pet. 1 :^ 
18, 19. 

Power of the World. Gal. 1: 4. 
Gal. 6:14. 

Power of the devil. Col. 2: 15. 
Heb. 2 : 14, 15. 
Saints glorify God for. 1 Cor. 6: 20. 

Gal. 2:20. Phi. 1:20, 21. 
Saints rejoice in God for. Rom. 5: 11. 
Saints praise God for. Rev. 5 : 9 — 13. 
Faith in, indespensable. Rom. 3: 25, 

Gal. 3: 13,14. 
Commemorated in the Lord's sup- 
per. Mat. 26 : 26— 28. 1 Cor. 11: 23 

-26. 
Ministers should fully set forth. Acts 

5 : 29—31, 42. 1 Cor. 15 : 3. 2 Cor. 5 : 

18-21. 
Typified. Gen. 4: 4, with Heb. 11 : 4. 

Gen. 22 : 2, with Heb. 11 : 17, 19. Exo. 

12: 5, 11, 14, with 1 Cor. 5: 7. Exo. 

24 : 8, with Heb. 9 : 20. Lev. 16 : 30, 

34, with Heb. 9: 7, 12, 28. Lev. 17: 

11, with Heb. 9:22. 

Atonement, The Day of. 

Tenth dav of seventh mouth. Lev. 

23:26, 27. 
A day of humiliation. Lev. 16: 29, 31. 

Lev. 23:27, 



ATO. 



BAB. 



Observed as a sabbath. Lev. 23: 

28, 32. 
Otferiugs to be made on. Lev. 16 : 3, 

5-15. 
The high priest entered into the holy 

place on. Lev. 16: 2, 3. Heb. 9: 7. 
Atonement made on, 

For the holy place. Exo. 30: 10. 
Lev. 16: 15. 16. 

For the high priest. Lev. 16: 11. 
Heb. 9:7. 

For the whole congregation. Lev. 

16:17,24. Lev. 23:28. Heb. 9:7. 

The sins of the people borne off by 

the scapegoat on. Lev. 16:21. 
Punishment for not observing. Lev. 

23 : 29, 30. 
Year of Jubilee commenced on. Lev. 

25 : 9. 
Typical. Heb. 9 : 8, 24. 

Atonement, under the Law. 

Made by sacrifice. Lev. 1 : 4, 5. 

By priests alone. 1 Chr. 6: 49. 2 

Chr. 29: 24. 
Necessary foe 
Propitiating God. Exo. 32: 30. 

Lev. 23:27,28. 2 Sam. 21: 3. 
Ransoming. Exo. 30: 15, 16. Job. 

33 : 24. 
Purifying. Exo. 29: 36. 
Offered for 
The congregation. Num. 15:25. 2 

Chr. 29:24. 
The priests. Exo. 29: 31—33. Lev. 

8 : 34. 
Persons sinning ignorantly. Lev. 

4: 20, &c. 
Persons sinning wilfully. Lev. 6; 7. 
Persons swearing rashly. Lev. 5 : 

4,6. 
Persons witholding evidence. Lev. 

5:1,6. 
Persons unclean. Lev. 5 : 2, 3, 6. 
Women after childbirth. Lev. 12 : 8. 
The altar. Exo. 29 : 36, 37. Lev. 16 : 

18, 19. 
The holy place. Lev. 16 : 16, 17. 
The healed leper. Lev. 14:18. 
The leprous house healed. Lev. 

14:53. 
Extraordinary cases of. Exo. 32: 
30—34. Num. 16: 47. Num. 25: 
10-13. 
Typical of Christ's atonement. Rom. 
5 : 6—11. 



Babylon. 

Origin of. Gen. 10:8, 10. (maj-( 
Origin of the name. Gen. 11 : 8 
Was called 

Land of 61k Chaldeans. Eze. 

Land of Shinar. Dan. 1 : 2. 
5:11. 

Land of Merathaim. Jer. 50 



12:13. 
Zee. 

: 1, 21. 



Desert of the sea. Isa. 21 : 1, 9. 
Sheshach. Jer. 25 : 12, 26. 
Lady of kingdoms. Isa. 47 : 5. 
Situated beyond the Euphrates. 

Gen. 11 : 31, with Jos. 24: 2, 3. 
Formerly a part of Mesopotamia. 

Acts 7:2. 
Founded by the Assyrians, and a part 
of their empire. 2 Kin. 17 : 24, with 
Isa. 23 : 13. 
Watered by the rivers Euphrates and 

Tigris. Psa. 137 : 1. Jer. 51 : 13. 
Composed of many nations. Dan. 3: 

4: 29. 
Governed by Kings. 2 Kin. 20: 12. 

Dan. 5: 1. 
With Media and Persia divided by 
Darius into one hundred and 
twenty provinces. Dan. 6: 1. 
Presidents placed over. Dan. 2 : 48. 

Dan. 6; 1. 
Babylon the chief province of. Dan. 

3:1. 
Babylon the capital of. 
Its antiquity. Gen. 11 : 4, 9. 
Enlarged by Nebuchadnezzar. Dan, 

4:30. 
Surrounded with a great wall and 

fortified. Jer. .51 : 53, 58. 
Called the golden city. Isa. 14: 4. 
Called the glory of kingdoms. Isa. 

13:19. 
Called beauty of Chaldees, &c. Isa. 
- 13:19. 

Called the city of merchants. Eze. 

17:4. 
Called Babylon the great. Dan. 4 : 
30. 
Remarkable foe 
Antiquity. Jer. 5 : 15. 
Naval power. Isa. 43:14. 
Military power. Jer. 5:16. Jer 50: 

23. 
National greatness. Isa. 13 : 19. Jer. 

51:41. 
Wealth. Jer. 50: 37. Jer. 51: 13. 
Commerce. Eze. 17:4. 
Manufacture of garments. Jos. 

7:21. 
Wisdom of senators. Isa. 47 : 10. 
Jer. 50:35. 
Inhabitants of, 
Idolatrous. Jer. 50: 38. Dan. 

3:18. 
Addicted to magic. Isa. 47: 9, 12, 

13. Dan. 2: 1,2. 
Profane and sacrilegious. Dan. 5: 

1—3. 
Wicked. Isa. 47 : 10. 
As a powee was 
Arrogant. Isa. 14: 13, 14. Jer. 50: 

29, 31, 32. 
Secure and self-confident. Isa. 47 : 

7,8. 
Grand and stately. Isa. 47: 1, 5. 
Covetous. Jer. 51 : 13. 
Oppressive. Isa. 14:4. 



BAB. 



BAF. 



Cruel and destructive. Isa. 11: 17. 
Isa. 47 : 6. Jer. 51 : 25. Hab. 1 : 
6,7. 
An instrument of God's vengeance 
on other nations. Jer. 51 : 7. Isa. 
47:6. 
Languaj^res spoken in. Dan. 1 : 4. 

Dan. 2 : 4. 
Armies of, described. Hab. 1 : 7—9. 
Represented by 
A great eagle. Eze. 17 : 3. 
A head of gold. Dan. 2 : 32, 37, 38. 
A lion with eagle's wings. Dan. 
7:4. 
Ambassadors of, sent to Hezekiah. 

2 Kin. 20:12. 
Webuchadnezzar king of, 
Made Jehoiakim tributary. 2 Kin. 

24:1. 
Besieged Jerusalem. 2 Kin. 24: 

10, 11. 
Took Jehoiachin, &c. captive to 
Babylon. 2 Kin. 24: 12, 14-16. 
2Chr. 36:10. 
Spoiled the temple. 2 Kin. 24 : 13. 
Made Zedekiah king. 2 Kin. 24 : 17. 
Rebelled against by Zedekiah. 2 

Kin. 24:20. 
Besieged and took Jerusalem. 2 

Kin. 25 : 1-4. 
Burned* Jerusalem. &c. 2 Kin. 25: 

9, 10. 
Took Zedekiah, &c. captive to Baby- 
lon. 2 Kin. 25: 7, 11, 18—21. 
2 Chr. 36 : 20. 
Spoiled and burned the temple. 
2 Kin. 25: 9, 13-17. 2 Chr. 36: 
18, 19. 
Revolt of the Jews from.and their 
punishment illustrated. Eze. 17 ch. 
The Jews exhorted to be subject to, 
and settle in. Jer. 27:17. Jer. 29: 
1—7. 
Treatment of the Jews in. 2. Kin. 

25 : 27-30. Dan. 1 : 3—7. 
Grief of the Jews in. Psa. 137 : 1 6. 
Destroyed by the Medes. Dan. 5: 

30, 31. 

Restoration of the Jews from. 2 

Chr. 36: 23., Ezr. 1 ch. Ezr. 2: 

1-67. 

The gospel preached in. 1 Pet. 5: 13. 

A type of Antichrist. Rev. 16: 19. 

Rev. 17:5. 
Predictions respecting; 
Conquests by. Jer. 21 : 3 — 10. Jer. 
27 : 2-6. Jer. 49 : 28- 33. Eze. 21 : 
19—32. Eze. 29:18-20. 
Captivity of the Jews by. Jer. 20: 
4-6. Jer. 22:20— 26. Jer. 25:9— 
11. Mic4:10. 
Restoration of the Jews from. Isa. 
14:1-4. Isa. 44: 28. Isa. 48:20. 
Jer. 29:10. Jer. 50: 4, 8, 19. 
Destruction of. Isa. 13 ch. Isa. 
14: 4—22. Isa. 21: 1—10. Isa. 47 
ch. Jer. 25 : 12. Jer. 50 ch. Jer. 51 ch. 



Perpetual desolation of. Isa. 13: 
19—22. Isa. 14 : 22, 23. Jer. 50 : 13, 
39. Jer. 51 : 37. 

Preaching of the gospel in. Psa 
87:4. 

Backsliding. 

Is turning from God. 1 Kin. 11 : 9. 
Is leaving the first love. Rev. 2 : 4. 
Is departing from the simplicity of 

the gospel. 2 Cor. 11: 3. Gal. 3: 

1-3. Gal. 5:4, 7. 
God is displeased at. Psa. 78: 57, 59. 
Warnings against. Psa. 85 : 8. 1 Cor. 

10:12. 
Guilt and consequences of. Num. 14: 

43. Psa. 125:5. Isa. 59:2,9—11. 

Jer. 5:6. Jer. 8:5,13. Jer. 15:6. 

Luke 9 : 62. 
Brings its own punishment. Pro. 14: 

14. Jer. 2:19. 
A haughty spirit leads to. Pro. 16: 18. 
Proneness to. Pro. 24: 16. Hos. 11: 7. 
Liable to continue an-d increase. 

Jer. 8 : 5. Jer. 14 : 7. 
Exhortations to return from. 2 Chr. 

30: 6. Isa. 31 : 6. Jer. 3 : 12, 14, 22. 

Hos. 6: 1. 
Pray to be restored from. Psa. 80: 3. 

Psa. 85:4. Lam. 5:21. 
Punishment of tempting others to 

the sin of. Pro. 28 : 10. Mat. 18 : 6. 
Not hopeless. Psa. 37 : 24. Pro. 24: 16. 
Endeavor to bring back those guilty 

of. Gal. 6:1. Jas. 5:19, 20. 
Sin of, to bo confessed. Isa. 59: 12 — 

14. Jer. 3 : 13, 14. Jer. 14 : 7-9. 
Pardon of, promised. 2 Chr. 7: 14. 

Jer. 3 : 12. Jer. 31 : 20. Jer. 36 : 3. 
Healing of, promised. Jer. 3: 22. Hos. 

14: 4. 
Afflictions sent to heal. Hos. 5: 15. 
Blessedness of those who keep from. 

Pro. 28: 14. Isa. 26: 3,4. Col. 1: 

21—23. 
Hateful to Saints. Psa. 101 : 3. 
Exemplified, israc;, Exo. 32: 8. Neh. 

9:26. Jer. 3:11. Hos. 4:16. Saul, 

1 Sam. 15:11. Solomon, 1 Kin. 11: 

3,4. Pe^er, Mat. 26: 70— 74. 

Baptism. 

As administered by John. Mat. 3: 
5—12. Jno. 3:23. Acts 13 ; 24. Acts 
19: 4. 

Sanctioned, by Christ's submission 
to it. Mat. 3:13— 15. Luke 3: 21. 

Adopted by Christ. Jno. 3:22. Jno. 
4 : 1, 2. 

Appointed an ordinance of the Chris- 
tian church. Mat. 28: 19, 20. Mar. 
16: 15, 16. 

To be administered in the name of 
the Father, the Son, and the Holy 
Ghost. Mat. 28:19. 



BAP. 



26 



BEA. 



Water, the outward and visible sign 

in. Acts 8: 36. Acts 10: 47. 
Regeneration, the inward and spiri- 
tual grace of. Jno. 3: o, ij, 6. Rom. 

6: 3,4,11. 
Remission of sins, signified by. Acts 

2:38. Acts 22: 16. 
Unity of the Church effected by. 1 

Cor. 12:13. Gal. 3:27, 28. 
Confession of sin necessary to. Mat. 

3:6. 
Repentance necessary to. Acts 2 : 38. 
Faith necessary to. Acts 8 : 37. Acts 

18:8. 
There is but one. Eph. 4 : 5. 
Administered to 

Individuals. Acts 8 : 38. Acts 9 : 18. 

Households. Acts 16: lo. 1 Cor. 1 : 16. 
Emblematic of the influences of the 

Holy Ghost. Mat. 3:11. Tit. 3:5. 
Typified. 1 Cor. 10: 2. 1 Pet. 3: 20, 21. 



Baptism with the Holy Ghost. 

Foretold. Eze. 36:25. 

Is through Christ. Tit. 3: 6. 

Christ administered. Mat. 3: 11. Jno. 

1:33. 
Promised to saints. Acts 1 : 5. Acts 

2:38,39. Acts 11 : 16. 
All saints partake of. 1 Cor. 12:13. 
Necessity for. Jno. 3 : 5. Acts 19 : 

2-6. 
Renews and cleanses the soul. Tit. 

3:5. IPet. 3:20,21. 
The Word of God instrumental to. 

Acts 10: 44. Eiih. 5:26. 
Typified. Acts 2 : 1-4. 

Bear, The, 

Inhabits woods. 2 Kin. 2: 24. 
Described as 

Voracious. Dan. 7 : 5. 

Cunning. Lam. 3:10. 

Cruel. Amos 5: 19. 
Often attacks men. 2 Kin. 2: 24. 

Amos 5 : 19. 
Attacks the flock in the presence of 

tlie shepherd. 1 Sam. 17 : 34. 
Particularly fierce when deprived of 

its young. 2 Sam. 17 : 8. Pro. 17 : 12. 
Growls when annoyed. Isa. 59: 11. 
Miraculously killed by David. 1 Sam. 

17 : 36, 37. 
Illustrative of 

God in His judgments. Lam. 3: 10. 
Hos. 13:8. 

The natural man. Isa. 11 : 7. 

Wicked rulers. Pro. 28 : 15. 

The kingdom of the Medes. Dan. 
7: 5. 

The kingdom of Antichrist. Rev. 
13:2. 



Beard, The. 

The Jews never appeared without. 2 

Sam. 10: 5. 
Worn even by the priests. Psa. 133 : 2 
Laying hold of, a token of respect 

Sam. 20: 9. 
Shaving of, a great offence. 2 Sam. 

10:4,6.7. 
Plucking of, a sign of scorn. Isa. 

50:6. 
Dribbling on, a sign of derangement. 

1 Sam. 21 : 13. 
In affliction. 

Was neglected and untrimmed. 2 
Sam. 19:24. 

Was clipped. Jer. 48:37. 

Was shorn. Jer. 41 : 5. 

Sometimes plucked out. Ezr. 9: 3. 
Corners of, not to be marred for the 

dead. Lev. 19: 27. Lev. 21 : 5. 
Subject to leprosy. Lev. 13 : 29, 30. 
Of the healed leper to be shaved. 

Lev. 14: 9. 
Shaving, illustrative of severe judg- 
ments. Isa. 7: 20. Isa. 15: 2. Eze. 5:1. 

Beasts. 

Created by God. Gen. 1 : 24, 25. Gen. 

2:19. 
Creation of, exhibits God's power. 

Jer. 27 : 5. 
Made for the praise and glory of 

God. Psa. 148: 10. 
Differ in flesh from birds and fishes. 

1 Cor. 15 : 39. 
Herb of the field given to, for food. 

Gen. 1 : 30. 
Power over, given to man. Gen. 1 : 

26, 28. Psa. 8 : 7. 
Instinctively fear man. Gen. 9: 2. 
Received their names from Adam. 

Gen. 2 : 19, 20. 
Given to man for food after the 

fiood. , Gen. 9 : 3. 
Not to be eaten alive or with blood. 

Gen. 9:4. Deu. 12: 16, 23. 
That died naturally or were torn, 

not to be eaten. Exo. 22:31. Lev. 

17:15. Lev. 22:8. 
Supply clothing to man. Gen. 3:21. 

Job 31 : 20. 
The property of God. Psa. 50:10. 
Subjects of God's care. Psa. 36:6. 

Psa. 104: 10,11. 
Described as 

Devoid of speech. 2 Pet. 2:16. 

Devoid of understanding. Psa. 32: 
9. Psa. 73:22. 

Devoid of immortality. Psa. 49: 
12—15. 

Possessed of instinct. Isa. 1 : 3. 

Being four-footed. Acts 10: 12. 

By nature wild, &c. Psa. 50: 11. 
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Capable of being tamed. Jas. 3: 7. 
Many kinds of, noisome and destruc- 
tive. Lev. 26: G: Eze. 5:17. 
Many kinds of, domestic. Gen. 3G: 

6. Gen. 45:17. 
Lessons of wisdom to be learned 

from. Job 12: 7. 
Found in 

Deserts. Isa. 13:21. 

Fields. Deu. 7 : 22. Joel 2 : 22. 

Mountains. So. of Sol. 4 : 8. 

Forests. Isa. 5G: 9. Mic. 5:8. 
Habitatioks of; 

Dens and caves. Job 37: 8. Job 
38:40. 

Under spreading trees. Dan. 4:12. 

Deserted cities. Isa. 13: 21, 22. Zep. 
2:15. 
Liable to diseases. E:|p. 9: 3. 
Frequently sufTered on account of 

the sins of men. Joel 1 : 18, 20. Hag. 

1:11. 
Often cut off for the sins of men. 

Gen. 6: 7, with Gen. 7 : 23. Exo. 11 : 

5. Hos. 4 : 3. 
Early distinguished into clean and 

unclean. Gen. 7 : 2. 
Clean; 

Ox. Exo. 21 : 28, with Deu. 14 : 4. 

Wild ox. Deu. 14: 5. 

Sheep. Deu. 7 : 13, with Deu. 14 : 4. 

Goat. Deu. 14 : 4. 

Hart. Deu. 14 : 5, with Job 39 : 1. 

Roebuck. Deu. 14 : 5, with 2 Sam, 
2:18. 

Wild goat. Deu. 14:5. 

Fallow deer. Deu. 14: 5. 

Chamois. Deu. 14: 5. 

Pygarg. Deu. 14:5. 

How distinguished. Lev. 11 : 3. 
Deu. 14 : 6 

Used for food. Lev. 11 : 2. Deu. 
12:15. 

Used for sacrifice. Gen. 8: 20. 

First-born of, not redeemed. Num. 
18:17. 
Unclean; 

Camel. Gen. 24: G4, with Lev. 11 : 4. 

Dromedary. 1 Kin. 4: 28. Est. 8: 10. 

Horse. Job39: 19—25. 

Ass. Gen. 22: 3. Mat. 21:2. 

Wild ass. Job 6:5. Job 39: 5-8. 

Mul& 2 Sam. 13 : 29. 1 Kin. 10 : 25. 

Lion. Jud. 14 : 5, 6. 

Leopard. So. of Sol. 4 : 8. 

Bear. 2 Sam. 17:8. 

Wolf. Gen. 49: 27. Jno. JO: 12. 

Unicorn. Num. 23: 22. 

Behemoth. Job 40: 15. 

Ape, 1 Kin. 10:22. 

Fox. Psa. 63 : 10. So. of Sol. 2:5. 

Dog. Exo. 22:31. Luke 16: 2. 

Swine. Lev. 11:7. Isa. 66: 17. 

Hare. Lev. 11:6. Deu. 14:7. 

Coney. Lev. 11:5. Psa. 104:18. 

Mouse. Lev. 11:29. Isa. 66: 17. 

Mole. Lev, 11 : 30. Isa. 2 : 20. 



Weasel. Lev. 11 : 29. 

Ferret. Lev. 11 : 30. 

Badger. Exo. 25:5. Eze. 16:10, 

How distinguished. Lev. 11:26. 

Not eaten. Lev. 11 : 4—8. Deu. 1 : 

7,8. 
Not offered in sacrifice. Lev. 27: 11. 
First-born of, redeemed. Num. 

18 : 15. 
Caused uncleanness when dead. 
Lev. 5 : 2. 
Domestic, 
To enjoy the sabbath. Exo. 20: 10. 

Deu. 5: 14. 
To bo taken care of. Lev. 25 : 7. 

Deu. 25 : 4. 
Not to be cruelly used. Num. 22: 
27-32. Pro. 12:10. 
No likeness of, to be worshipped. 

Deu. 4:17. 
Representations of, worshipped by 

the heathen. Rom. 1 : 23. 
History of, Vvritten by Solomon. 1 

Kin. 4: 33. 
Often used as instruments of punish- 
ment. Lev. 26:22. Deu. 32:24. Jer. 
15:3. Eze. 5: 17. 
Man by nature no better than. Ecc. 

3:18,19. 
Illusteative of 
The wicked. Psa. 49 : 20. Tit. 1 : 12. 
Ungodly professors. 2 Pet. 2:12. 
- Jude 10. 
Persecutors. 1 Cor. 15 : 32. 2 Tim. 

4: 17. 
Kingdoms. Dan. 7: 11, 17. Dan. 8: 4. 
People of different nations. Dan. 

4: 12,21,22. 
Antichrist. Rev. 13:2. Rev. 20: 4. 

Beds. 

Antiquity of. Gen. 47: 31. Exo. 8: 3. 
Coucues or divans used as. Job 7 : 13. 

Psa. 6:6. 
A small pallet or mattress used as. 

ISam. 19:15. 
Considered necessary. 2 Kin. 4: 10. 
Made of 

Iron. Deu. 3: 11. 

Ivory. Amos 6: 4. 

Gold and silver. Est. 1: 6. 
Wood. So. of Sol. 3: 7—9. {mcrg.} 
Supplied with pillows. 1 Sam. 19: 13. 

1 Sam. 26:7. 
Covered with tapestry and linen. 

Pro. 7 : 16. 
Often perfumed. Pro. 7: 17. Eze. 

23:41. 
Of the poor covered with their up- 
per garment. Exo. 22: 26, 27. Deu. 

24:12, 13. 
Used for 

Sleeping on. Job 33: 15. Luke 11 : 7. 

Reclining on by day. 2 Sam. 4: 5. 
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Eecliniug on at meals. 1 Sam. 28: 
23—25. Amos 6: 4—6. Luke 7: 
36-38. Jno. 13 : 23. 
Not used in affliction. 2 Sam. 12 : 16. 

2 Sam. 13:31. 
Persons sometimes took to, in grief. 

1 Kin. 21 : 4. Hos. 7 : 14. 
Saints meditate and praise God 
■while on. Psa. 4: 4. Psa. 149: 5. So. 
of Sol. 3:1. 
The wicked devise mischief while on. 

Psa. 36:4. Mic. 2 : 1. 
The slothful too fond of. Pro. 26: 14. 
Of the poor often sold for debt. Pro. 

22:27. 
Subject to ceremonial defilement. 

Lev. 15 : 4. 
Purification of. Mar. 7: 4. (marg.) 
Illustrative 
Of the grave. Isa. 57 : 2. 
(Made in darkness,) of extreme 

misery. Job 17 : 13. 
(Made in sickness,) of divine sup- 
port and comfort. Psa. 41 : 3. 
(Made on high,) of carnal security. 

Isa. 57: 7. 
(Too short,) of plans which afford 
no rest or peace. Isa. 28 : 20. 

Benjamin, Tribe of. 

Descended from Jacob's twelfth son. 

Gen. 35 : 18. 
Predictions i-especting. Gen. 49: 27. 

Deur33:12. 
Persons selected from, 

To number the people. Num. 1 : 11. 

To spy out the land. Num. 13: 9. 

To divide the land. Num. 34: 21. 
Strength of, on leaving Egypt. Num. 

1 : 36, 37. 
Formed the rear of the third division 

of Israel in their journeys. Num. 

10:22, 24. 
Encamped on west side of the taber- 
nacle under the standard of 

Ephraim. Num. 2: 18, 22. 
Offering of, at dedication. Num. 7 : 

60-05. 
Families of. Num. 26: 38— 40. 
Strength of, entering Canaan. Num. 

26:41. 
On Gerizim said amen to the bless- 
ings. Deu. 27:12. 
Cities and bounds of inheritance. 

Jos. 18:11—28. 
Celebrated as bowmen and slingers. 

IChr. 12:2. 
Assisted against Sisera. Jud. 5 : 14. 
Oppressed by the Ammonites. Jud. 

10:9. 
Almost annihilated for protecting the 

menofGibeah. Jud. 20: 12— 48. 
Eemnant of, provided with wives to 

preserve the tribe. Jud. 21 : 1—23. 
Furnished the first king to Israel. 1 



Sam. 9: 1, 2, 15-17. 1 Sam. 10: 20, 

21. 2 Sam. 2:8—10. 
Adhered for a time to the house of 

Saul against David. 2 Sam. 2: 9, 

15, 25, 31. 
Some of, assisted David. 1 Chr. 12 : 1 

—7, 16. 
Revolted from the house of Saul. 2 

Sam. 3:19. 
Some of, at David's coronation. 1 

Chr. 12 : 29. 
A thousand of, with Shimei came to 

meet David on his return to Jeru- 
salem. 2Sam._19:16, 17. 
Very numerous in David's time. 1 

Chr. 7 : 6-12. 
Captains appointed over, 1 Kin. 4 : 

18. 1 Chr. 27 : 12. 

Remained faithful to Judah. 1 Kin. 
12:21. 

Furnished an army to Jehoshaphat. 
2 Chr. 17 : 17. 

Numbers of, returned from the cap- 
tivity and dwelt at Jerusalem. Ezr. 
1:5. Neh. 11:4. 

Celebrated persons of; Ehud, Jud. 
3: 15. Kish, 1 Sam. 9: 1. Saul, 1 Sam. 
9: 1. 1 Sam. 10: 1. Abner, 1 Sam. 
14: 51. 1 Sam. 17: 55. Elhanan, 2 
Sam. 21 : 19. Paul, Phi. 3 : 5, 

Birds, 

Created by God. Gen. 1 : 20, 21. Gen. 

2:19. 
Created for the glory of God. Psa. 

148: 10. 
Herb of the field given as food to. 

Gen. 1 : 30. 
Differ in flesh from beasts and fishes. 

1 Cor. 15 : 39. 
Power over given to man. Gen. 1 : 26. 

Psa. 8: 8. 
Names given to, by Adam. Gen. 2: 

19, 20. 

Instinctively fear man. Gen. 9:2. 
Instinct of, inferior to man's reason. 

Job 35: 11. 
Lessons of wisdom to be learned 

from. Job 12 : 7. 
Can all be tamed. Jas. 3:7. 
Given as food toman. Gen. 9: 2, 3. 
The blood of, not to be eaten. Lev. 

7:26. 
The property of God. Psa. 50:11. 
God provides for. Psa. 104: 10-12. 

Mat. 6:26. Luke 12 : 23, 24. 
Called 

Fowls of the air. Gen. 7 : 3. 

Fowls of heaven. Job 35: 11. 

Feathered fowl. Eze. 39: 17. 

Winged fowl. Deu. 4 : 17. 

Birds of the air. Mat. 8: 20. 
Many kinds of, granivorous. Mat. 

13:4. 
Many kinds of, carnivorous. Gen, 15 : 

IL Gen. 40:19. Deu. 28: 26. 



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Furnished with claws. Dau. 4: 33. 
Propagated by eggs. Deu. 22: 6. 

Jer. 17:11. 
Make, and dwell in nests. Mat. 8 : 20. 
Are hostile to strange kinds. Jer. 

12 : 9. 
Have each their peculiar note or 

song. Psa. 104:12. Ecc.l2:4. So. 

of Sol. 2:12. 
Fly above the earth. Gen. 1 : 20. 
Rapid flight of, alluded to. Isa. 31: 

5. Hos. 9:11. Hos. 11: 11. 
Many kinds of, migratory. Jer. 8: 7. 
Often remove from places suffering 

calamities. Jer. 4:25. Jei\ 9:10. 
Rest on trees. Dan. 4: 12. Mat. 13: 32. 
Inhabit 

Mountains. Psa. 50:11. 

Deserts. Psa. 102:6. 

Marshe*. Isa. 14 : 23. 

Deserted cities. Isa. 34: 11, 14,15. 
Make their nests 

In trees. Psa. 104 : 17. Eze. 31 : 6. 

On the ground. Deu. 22:6. 

In clefts of rocks. Num. 24: 21. 
Jer, 48 : 28. 

In deserted cities. Isa. 34: 15.' 

Under the roofs of houses. Psa. 
84:3. 
Early distinguished into clean and 

unclean. Gen. 8 : 20. 
Clean ; 

Dove. Gen. 8:8. 

Turtle. Lev. 14: 22. So. of Sol. 2: 12. 

Pigeon. Lev. 1:14. Lev. 12:6. 

Quail. Exo. 16: 12, 13. Num. 11: 
31, 32. 

Sparrow. Lev. 14:4. (mai'g.) Mat. 
10:29-31. 

Swallow. Psa. 84:3. Isa. 38: 14. 

Cock and hen. Mat. 23: 37. Mat. 
26:34, 74. 

Partridge. 1 Sam. 26: 20. Jer. 17: 11. 

Crane. Isa. 38: 14. Jer. 8: 7. 

To be eaten. Deu. 14 : 11, 20. 

Offered in sacrifice. Gen. 8: 20. 
Lev. 1:14. 
Unclean; 

Eagle. Lev. 11 : 13. Job 39: 27. 

Ossifrage. Lev. 11 : 13. 

Osprey. Lev. 11 : 13. 

Vulture. Lev. 11: 14. Job 28: 7. 
Isa. 34 : 15. 

Glede. Deu. 14:13. 

Kite. Lev. 11:14. 

Raven. Lev. 11:15. Job 38: 41. 

Owl. Lev. 11 : 16. Job 30: 29. 

Night hawk. Lev. 11 : 16. 

Cuckoo. Lev. 11:16. 

Hawk. Lev. 11 : 16. Job 39 : 26. 

Little owl. Lev. 11:17. 

Cormorant. Lev. 11:17. Isa. 34:11. 

Great owl. Lev. 11: 17. 

Swan. Lev. 11: 18. 

Pelican. Lev. 11 : 18. Psa. 102:6. 

Gier Eagle. Lev. 11 : 18. 

Stork. Lev. 11 : 19. Psa. 104 : 17. 



Heron. Lev. 11 : 19. 

Lapwing. Lev. 11:19. 

Bat. Lev. 11:19. Isa. 2:20. 

Ostrich. Job39: 13,18. 

Bittern. Isa. 14 : 23. Isa. 34 : 11. 

Peacock. 1 Kin. 10:22. Job 39: 13. 

Not to be eaten. Lev. 11 : 13, 17. 
Deu. 14 : 12. 
Not to be eaten with their young. 

Deu. 22:6, 7. 
Taken in snares or nets. Pro. 1 : 17. 
Often suffered for man's sin. Gen. 

6 : 7. Jer. 12 : 4. Eze. 38 : 20. Hos. 

4:3. 
Solomon wrote the history of. 1 Kin. 

4: 33. 
Confinement of, in cages alluded to. 

Jer. 5:27. 
No likeness of, to be made for wor- 
ship. Deu. 4:17. 
Often worshipped by idolaters. Rom, 

1 : 23. 
Illusteative 

Of cruel and rapacious kings. Isa. 
46: 11. 

Of hostile nations. Jer. 12: 9. 

Of people of different countries, 
Eze. 31:6. Mat. 13:32. 

Of unsettled persons, &c. Pro : 27 : 
8. Isa. 16: 2. 

Of the devil and his spirits. Mat. 
13 : 4, with 19 v. 

(Snaring,) of death. Ecc. 9: 12. 

(Snaring,) of designs of the wicked. 
Psa. 124: 7. Pro. 1: 10—17. Pro. 
7: 23. 

Blasphemy. 

Christ assailed with. Mat. 10: 25. 

Luke 22: 64, 65. 1 Pet. 4:14. 
Charged upon Christ. Mat. 9 : 2, 3. 

Mat. 26 : 64, 65. Jno. 10 : 33, 36, 
Charged upon saints. Acts 6: 11, 13. 
Proceeds from the heart. Mat. 15: 19. 
Forbidden. Exo. 20:7. Col. 3:8. 
The wicked addicted to. Psa. 74: 18. 

Isa. 52 : 5. 2 Tim. 3 : 2. Rev. 16 : 

11,21. 
Idolatry counted as. Isa. 65 : 7. Eze. 

20:27,28. 
Hypocrisy counted as. Rev. 2 : 9. 
Saints grieved to hear. Psa. 44: 15, 

16. Psa. 74:10, 18, 22. 
Give no occasion for. 2 Sam. 12: 14. 

1 Tim. 6:1. 
Against the Holy Ghost, unpardon- 
able. Mat. 12:31. 32. 
Connected with folly and pride. 2 

Kin. 19:22. Psa. 74:18. 
Punishment of. Lev. 24:16. Isa. 65: 

7. Eze. 20 : 27—33. Eze. 35 : 11, 12. 
Exemplified. The Danite, Lev. 24: 11. 

Semiaclie.rib, 2 Kin. 19: 4, 10, 22. The 

Jews, Luke 22 : 65. Hymeneus, 1 Tim, 

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Blessed, The. 

Whom God chooses. Psa. 65 : 4. Eph. 

1:3,4. 
Whom God calls. Isa. 51: 2. Rev. 

19 . 9 

Who know Christ. Mat. IG : 16, 17. 
Who know the gospel. Psa. 89:15. 
Who are not ott'ended at Christ. Mat. 

11:6. 
Who believe. Luke 1 : 45. Gal. 3: 9. 
Whose sins are forgiven. Psa. 32: 1, 

2. Eom. 4:7. 
To whom God imputes righteousness 

without works. Rom. 4 : 6 — 9. 
Whom God chastens. Job 5 : 17. Psa. 

94 : 12. 
Who suffer for Christ. Luke 6 : 22. 
Who have the Lord for their God. 

Psa. 144 : 15. 
Who trust in God. Psa. 2: 12. Psa. 

34 : 8. Psa. 40 : 4. Psa. 84 : 12. Jer. 17 : 7. 
Who fear God. Psa. 112: 1. Psa. 

128:1,4. 
Who hear and keep the word of God. 

Psa. 119 : 2. Jas. 1 : 25. Mat. 13 : 16. 

Luke 11 : 28. Rev. 1 : 3. Rev. 22 : 7. 
Who delight in the commandments 

of God. Psa. 112:1. 
Who keep the commandments of 

God. Rev. 22:14. 
Who wait for the Lord. Isa. 30: 18. 
Whose strength is in the Lord. Psa. 

84 : 5. 
Who hunger and thirst after right- 
eousness. Mat. 5 : 6, 
Who f reqiieut tlie house of God. Psa. 

65: 4. Psa. 84: 4. 
Who avoid the wicked. Psa. 1 : 1. 
Who endure temijtation. Jas. 1 : 12. 
Who watch against sin. ^ev. 16:15. 
Who rebulce sinners. Pro. 24 : 25. 
Who watch for the Lord, Luke 

12:37. 
Who die in the Lord. Rev. 14 : 13. 
Who have part in the first resurrec- 
tion. Rev. 20:6. 
Who favor saints. Gen. 12:3. Ruth 

2:10. 
The undefiled. Psa. 119:1. 
The pure in heart. Mat. 5 : 8. 
The just. Psa. 106 : 3. Pro. 10 : 6. 
The children of the j ust. Pro. 20 : 7. 
The righteous. Psa. 5 : 12. 
The generation of the upright. Psa. 

112:2. 
The faithful. Pro. 28 : 20. 
The poor in spirit. Mat. 5:3. 
The Hieek. Mat. 5:5. 
The merciful. Mat. 5:7. 
The bountiful. Dcu. 15 : 10. Psa. 41 : 

1. Pro. 22 : 9. Luke 14 : 13, 14. 
The peace-makers. Mat. 5 : 9. 
Holy mourners. Mat. 5 : 4. Luke 

6:21. 
Saints at the judgment-day. Mat. 

25 : 34. 



Who shall eat bread in the kingdom 
of God. Luke 14 : 15. Rev. 19 : 9. 

Blindness, Spiritual. 

Explained. Jno. 1:5. 1 Cor. 2 : 14. 
The effect of sin. Isa. 29:10. Mat. 

6 : 23. Jno. 3 : 19, 20. 
Unbelief the effect of. Rom. 11:8. 

2 Cor. 4 : 3. 4. 
Uncharitableness, a proof of. 1 Jno. 

2 : 9, 11. 
A work of the devil. 2 Cor. 4 : 4. 
Leads to all evil. Eph. 4 : 17—19. 
Is inconsistent with communion with 

God. 1 Jno. 1 : 0, 7. 
Of ministers, fatal to themselves and 

to the people. Mat . 15 : 14. 
The wicked are in. Psa. 82:5. Jer. 

5:21. 
The self-righteous are in. Mat. 23: 

19,26. Rev. 3:17. 
The wicked wilfully guilty of. Isa. 

26:11. Rom. 1:19-21. 
Judicially inflicted. Psa. 69:23. Isa. 

29: 10. Isa. 44: 18. Mat. 13: 13, 14. 

Jno. 12:40. 
Pray for the removal of. Psa. 13 : 3. 

Psa. 119:18. 
Christ appointed to remove. Isa. 42 : 

7. Luke 4 : 18. Jno. 8 : 12. Jno. 9 : 

39. 2 Cor. 4 : 6. 
Christ's ministers are lights to re- 
move. Mat. 5:14. Acts 26: 18. 
Saints are delivered from. Jno, 8 : 12. 

Eph. 5 : 8. Col. 1 : 13. 1 The. 5 : 4, 5. 

1 Pet. 2 : 9. 
Removal of, illustrated. Jno. 9:7, 

11,25. Acts 9: 18. Rev. 3:18. 
Exemplified. Israel, Rom. 11 : 25. 2 

Cor. 3: 15. Scribes and Pharisees, 

Mat. 23: 16, 24. Church of Laodiceu, 

Rev. 3:17. 

Blood. 

The life of animals. Gen. 9: 4. Lev., 

17: 11,14. 
Fluid. Den. 12 : 16. 
Red. 2 Kin. 3:22. Joel 2: 31. 
Of all men the same. Acts 17 : 26. 
Eating of, forbidden to 

Man after the flood. Gen. 9: 4. 

The Israelites under the law. Lev. 
3:17. Lev. 17:10, 12. 

The early Christians. Acts 15 : 20, 29. 
The Jews often guilty of eating. 1 

Sam. 14: 32, 33. Eze. 33: 25. 
Of animals slain for food to be 

poured on the earth and covered. 

Lev. 17:13. Deu. 12: 16, 24. 
Birds of prey delight in. Job 39: 30. 
Beasts of prey delight in. Num. 23. 

24. Psa. 6S:23. 
Sheddixg of human. 

Forbidden. Gen. 9 : 5. 

Hateful to God, Pro. 6: 16, 17. 



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Defiling to tlio land. Psa. 106: 38. 
DefiliuK to llio person. Isa. 59: 3. 
Jews often guilty of. Jer. 22 : 17. 

Ezc. 22 : 4. 
Always punished. Gen. 9 : 6. 
Mode of clearing those accused of. 

Deu. 21:1-9. 
The price of, not to bo consecrated. 

Mat. 27:6. 
Op legal sacrifices 
For atonement. Exo. 30: 10. Lev. 

17:11. 
For purification. Heb. 9: 13, 19-22. 
How disposed of. Exo. 29: 12. Lev. 

4:7. 
Not ofTercd with leaven. Exo. 23: 

18. Exo. o4 : 2."). 
Inellcctual to remove sin. Heb. 

10:4. 
Idolaters made drink-offerings of. 

Psa. 10:4. 
Water turned into, as a sign. Exo. 

4:30, with ver. 9. 
^'atcrs of Egypt turned into, as a 

judgment. Exo. 7:17 — 21. 
Illustrative 
(Washing the feet in,) of victories. 

Psa. 58 : 10. Psa. 68 : 23. 
(Building with,) of oppression and 

cruelty. Hab. 2:12. 
(Preparing unto.) of ripening for 

destruction. Eze. 35:6. 
(On one's o\^ n head,) of guilt. Lev. 

20:9. 2bam.l:16. Eze. 18: 13. 
(Given to drink,) of severe judg- 
ments. Eze. 16 : 38. Eev. 16 : 6. 

Boldness^ Holy. 

Christ set an example of. Jno. 7: 26. 
Is through faith in Christ. Eph. 3: 

12. Heb. 10:19. 
A characteristic of saints. Pro. 28: 1. 
Produced by 

Trust in God. Isa. 50:7. 

The fear of God. Acts 4 : 19. Acts 
5:29. 

Faithfulness to God. 1 Tim. 3: 13. 
Express your trust in God with. Heb. 

13:6. 
Have, in prayer. Eph. 3: 12. Heb. 

4 : 16. 
Saints shall have, in judgment. 1 

Jno. 4: 17. 
Exhortations to. Jos. 1:7. 2 Chr. 

19:11. Jer. 1:8. Eze. 3:9. 
Pray for. Acts 4 : 29. Eph. 6: 19, 20. 
Ministers should exhibit, in 

Faithfulness to their people. 2 Cor. 
7:4. 2 Cor. 10:1. 

Preaching. Acts 4: 31. Phi. 1 : 14. 

Reproving sin, Isa. 58:1. Mic. 3: 
8. 

The face of opposition. Acts 13: 
46. 1 The. 2:2. 
Exemplified. Abraham, Gen. 18: 22 

—32. Jacob, Gen. 32:24— 29. Moses, 



Exo. 32: 31, 32. Exo. 33:18. Aaron, 
Num. 16: 47, 48. David, 1 Sam. 17: 
45. -EHja'i, 1 Kin. IS: 15, 18. Nehe- 
miah, Neh. 6: 11. Shadrac, Dan. 3: 
17,18. Da «it'/, Dan. 6: 10. Joseph of 
Arimathea, Mar. 15: 43. Peter and 
John, Acts 4: 8—13. Stephen, Acts 7: 
51. Paul, Acts [): 21, 29. Acts 19:8. 
Barnabas, Acts 14: 3. Apollos, Acts 
18 : 26. 

Bondage, Spiritual. 

Is to the devil. 1 Tim. 3:7. 2 Tim. 

2:26. 
Is to the fear of death. Heb. 2: 14, 

15. 
Is to sin Jno. 8: 34. Acts 8: 23. 

Rom. 6: 16. Rom. 7: 23. Gal. 4: 3. 

2 Pet. 2 : 19. 

Deliverance from, promised. Isa. 42: 
6,7. 

Christ delivers from. Luke 4: 18, 21. 
Jnck, 8 : 36. Eom. 7 : 24, 25. Eph. 4 : 8. 

The gospel, the instrument of deliv- 
erance from. Jno. 8: 32. Rom. 8: 2. 

Saints are delivered from. Rom. 6: 
18, 22. 

Deliverance from, illustrated. Deu. 
4:20. 

Typified. Israel in Egupt, Exo. 1 : 
13, 14. 

Books. 

Probable origin of. Job 19: 23, 24. 
Made of 

Papyrus or paper reed. Isa. 19: 7. 

Parchment. 2 Tim. 4:13. 
Made in a roll. Isa. 34: 4. Jer. 36: 2. 

Eze. 2 : 9. 
Written with pen and ink. Jer. 36: 18. 

3 Jno. 13. 

Often written on both sides. Eze. 

2: 10. 
Often sealed. Isa. 29: 11. Dan. 12: 4. 

Rev. 5: 1. 
Often dedicated to persons of distinc- 
tion. Luke 1 : 3. Acts 1:1. 
Were numerous and most expensive. 

Acts 19 : 19. 
The ancients fond of making. Ecc. 

12:12. 
Divine communicatons recorded in. 

Exo. 17: 14. Isa. 30: 8. Jer. 36: 2. 

Eev. 1 : 19. 
'Important events recorded in. Ezr. 4: 

15. Ezr. 6: 1, 2. {marg.) Est. 2: 23. 
Erasures in, alluded to. Exo. 32: 33. 

Num. 5 : 23. 
Not extant, but mentioned in 

Scripture; 

Wars of the Lord. Num. 21: 14. 

Jasher. Jos. 10: 13. 2 Sam. 1 : 18. 

Samuel concerning the kingdom. 1 
Sam. 10:25. 

Chronicles of David. 1 Chr. 27 : 24. 



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Acts of Solomon. 1 Kin. 11:11. 
Natural history by Solomon. 1 Kin. 

4 : 32, 33. 
History of the kings. 1 Chr. 9 : 1. 
Samuel the seer. 1 Chr. 29 : 29. 
Nathan. 1 Chr. 29 : 29. 2 Chr. 9: 29. 
Shemaiah. 2 Chr. 12:16. 
Gad the seer. 1 Chr. 29: 29. 
Ahijah the Shilonite. 2 Chr. 9 : 29. 
Visions of Iddo. 2 Chr. 9: 29. 2 Chr. 

12:15. 
Jehu the son of Hanani. 2 Chr. 

20 : 34. 
Sayings of the seers. 2 Chr. 33: 19. 
Illustrative of 
Memorials of God's providence. 

Psa. r)6:8. Psa. 139:16. 
Memorials of conversation and con- 
duct of men. Dan. 7:10. Mai. 3: 

16. Eev. 20:12. 
The record of the church of Christ. 

Dan. 12 : 1. Heb. 12 : 23. Rev. 20 : 

12, 15. Eev. 22 : 19. 

Bottles. 

First mention of, in Scripture. Gen. 

21 : 14. 
Ancients often drank from. Hab. 

2:15. 
Used foe holding 
Water. Gen. 21 : 14, 15, 19. 
Milk. Jud. 4 : 19. 

Wine. 1 Sam. 1 : 24. 1 Sam. 16 : 20. 
Some, made of earthenware. Jer. 

19:1. 
Made of skins 
Shrivelled and dried by smoke. 

Psa. 119:83. 
Marred by age and use. Jos. 9: 4, 13. 
When old, unfit for holding new 

wine. Mat. 9:17. Mar. 2:22. 
Sometimes probably of large di- 
mensions. 1 Sam. 25: 18. 2 Sam. 

16:1. 
Illustrative 
Of the clouds. Job 38 : 37. 
Of God's remembrance. Psa. 56: 8. 
Of sinners ripe for judgment. Jer. 

13:12-14. 
(Dried up,) of the afflicted. Psa. 

119 : 83. 
(Ready to burst,) of the impatient. 

Job 32: 19. 
(Broken,) of severe judgments. Isa. 

30:14. (marfir.) Jer. 19: 10. Jer. 

48:12. 

Bow, The. 

An instrument of war. Gen. 48: 22. 

Isa. 7 : 24. 
Sometimes used in hunting. Gen. 

27:3. 
For shooting arrows. 1 Chr. 12: 2, 

(see marg.) 



Called the battle bow. Zee. 9: 10. 

Zee. 10 : 4. 
Those who used, called 
Bowmen. Jer. 4 : 29. 
Archers. 1 Sam. 31 : 3. {murg.) Jec. 
51:3. 
Usually of steel. 2 Sam. 22 : 35. Job 

20:24. 
Held in the left hand. Eze. 39: 3. 
Drawn with full force. 2 Kin. 9:24. 
The Jews taught to use. 2 Sam. 1 : 18. 
Used expertly by 
Lydians. Jer. 46: 9. 
Elamites. Jer. 49:35. 
Philistines. 1 Sam. 31 : 2, 3. 
Sons of Reuben, Gad, and Manas- 

seh. 1 Chr. 5:18. 
Benjamites. 1 Chr. 12:2. 2 Chr. 
14 : 8. 
Given as a token of friendship. 1 

Sam. 18:4. 
Often furnished by the state. 2 Chr. 

26 : 14. 
Of the vanquished, broken and 

burned. Psa. 37 : 15. Eze. 39 : 9. 
Illustrative 
Of strength and power. Job 29: 20. 
Of the tongue of the wicked. Psa. 

11:2. Jer. 9:3. 
(When deceitful,) of the hypocrite. 

Psa. 78:57. Hos. 7:16. 
(When broken,) of the overthrow 
of power. 1 Sam. 2:4. Jer. 49: 
35. Hos. 1 : 5. Hos. 2 : 18. 

Brass, or Copper. 

Dug out of the mountains. Deu. 8 : 9. 
Purified by smelting. Job 28 : 2. 
Characterized by 

Strength. Job 40: 18. 

Hardness. Lev. 26:19. 

Yellow color. Ezr. 8:27. (marg.) 

Fusibility. Eze. 22 : 18, 20. 

Sonorousness. 1 Cor. 13:1. 
Takes a high polish. 2 Chr. 4: 16. 

{marg.) Eze. 1 : 7. 
Inferior in value to gold and silver. 

Isa. 60:17. Dan. 2:32, 39. 
Antiquity of working in. Gen. 4 : 22. 
Extensive commerce in. Eze. 27 : 13. 

Rev. 18: 12. 
Working in, a trade. Gen. 4 : 22. 1 

Kin. 7:14. 2 Chr. 24: 12. 2 Tim. 

4:^4. 
Canaan abounded in. Deu. 8 : 9, with 

Deu. 33:25. (marg.) 
Taken in war ; 

Often in great quantities. Jos. 22 : 
8. 2 Sam. 8:8. 2 Kin. 25 : 13—16. 

Cleansed by fire. Num. 31 : 21—23. 

Generally consecrated to God. Jos. 
6:19,24. 2Sam. 8:10, 11. 
Offerings of, for the tabernacle. 

Exo. 38 : 29. 
Collected by David for the temple. 

1 Chr. 22:3,14, 16. 1 Chr. 29:2. 



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Offerings of, for tho teraple. 1 Chr. 

29:6,7. 
Coiued for rhoney. Mat. 10: 0. Mar. 

12: 41. (marg.) 
Made into 

Mirrors. Exo. 38: 8. (marg.) 

Gates. Psa. 107 : 16. Isa. 4.5: 2. 

Bars for gates. 1 Kin. 4: 13. 

Fetters. Jud. 16 : 21. 2 Kin. 25 : 7. 

Shields. 1 Kin. 14: 27. 2 Chr. 12: 10. 

Helmets. 1 Sam. 17: 5. 

Greaves for the legs. 1 Sam. 17 : 6. 

Household vessels. Mar. 7 : 4. 

Sacred vessels. Exo. 27 : 3. 1 Kin. 
7:45. 

Altars. Exo. 27:2. Exo. 39: 39. 

Sockets for pillars. Exo. 38: 10, 
11,17. 

La vers. Exo. 30 : 18. 1 Kin. 7 : 38. 

Pillars. IKin. 7:15, 16. 

Idols. Dan. 5:4. Rev. 9:20. 

Instruments of music. 1 Chr. 15 : 19. 
Moses made the serpent of. Num. 

21:9. 2 Kin. 18:4. 
Illustrative of 

Obstinate sinners. Isa. 48:4. Jer. 
6:28. 

The decrees of God. Zee. 6: 1. 

The strength and firmness of 
Christ. Dan. 10:6. Rev. I:i5. 

Strength given to saints. Jer. 15 : 
20. Mic. 4 : 13. 

Macedonian empire. Dan. 2:39. 

Extreme drought. Deu. 28 : 23. 

The earth made barren. Lev. 26: 19. 

Bread. 

Given by God. Ruth 1 : 6. Mat. 6: 11. 
Yielded by the earth. Job 28: 5. Isa. 

55 : 10. 
Made OF 

Wheat. Exo. 29: 2. Psa. 81 : 16. 

Barley. Jud. 7:13. Jno. 6:9. 

Beans, millet, &c. Eze. 4 : 9. 

Manna (in the wilderness). Num. 
11:8. 
Corn ground for making. Isa. 28: 28. 
Was kneaded. Gen. 18: 6. Jer. 7: 

18. Hos. 7:4. 
Troughs used for kneading. Exo. 

12: 34. 
Usually leavened. Lev. 23:17. Mat. 

13: 33. 
Sometimes unleavened. Exo: 12: 18. 

1 Cor. 5 : 8. 
Was formed into 

Loaves. 1 Sam. 10: 3, 4. Mat. 14: 17. 

Cakes. 2Sam.6:19. IKin. 17:13. 

Wafers. Exo. 16:31. Exo. 29: 23. 
Was baked 

On hearths. Gen. 18: 6. 

On coals of fire. Isa. 44: 19. Jno. 
21: 9. 

In ovens. Lev. 26:26. Hos. 7:4 — 7. 
Making of, a trade. Gen. 40: 2. Jer. 

37 : 21. 



Ordinary, called common bread. 1 

Sam. 21: 4. 
Sacred, called hallowed bread. 1 

Sam. 21 : 4, 6. 
Nutritious and strengthening. Psa. 

104 : 15. 
When old, dry and mouldy. Jos. 9 : 5,12. 
Often put for the whole sustenance 

of man. Gen 3: 19. Gen. 39:6. Mat. 

6:11. 
The principal food used by the an- 
cients. Gen. 18: 5. Gen. 21: 14. Gen. 

27: 17. Jud. 19:5. 
Broken for use. Lam. 4 : 4. Mat. 

14:19. 
Kept in baskets. Gen. 40: 16. Exo. 

29: 32. 
Publicly sold. Mat. 14: 15, with' Mat. 

15:33. 
In times of scarcity, sold by weight. 

Lev. 26:26. Eze. 4:16. 
Scarceness of, sent as a punishment. 

Psa. 105:16. Isa. 3:1. Eze. 5:16. 
Plenty of, promised to the obedient. 

Lev. 26:5. 
Often given as a present. 1 Sam. 25: 

18. 2 Sam. 16:2. 1 Chr. 12: 40. 
Served round after funerals. Eze. 

24 : 17-22. 
With water, the food of prisons. 1 

Kin. 22: 27. 
Crumb of, used to wipe the fingers, 

thrown under the table. Mat. 15: 

27. Luke 16: 21. 
First fruit of, offered to God. Num. 

15:19, 20. 
Offered with sacrifices. Exo. 29: 2, 

2,3. Num. 28:2. 
Placed on table of shew bread. Exo. 

25 : 30. 
Multitudes miraculously fed by 

Christ with. Mat. 14: 19—21. Mat. 

15 : 34-37. 
Illustrative 

Of Christ. Jno. 6:33—35. 

(When broken,) of the death of 
Christ. Mat. 26:26, with 1 Cor. 
11 : 23, 24. 

(Partaking of,) of communion of 
saints. Acts 2: 46. 1 Cor. 10: 17. 

(Want of,) of extreme poverty. 
Pro. 12:9. Isa. 3: 7. 

(Seeking or begging,) of extreme 
poverty. 1 Sam. 2: 36. Psa. 37: 
25. Lam. 1:11. 

(Fulness of,) of abundance. Eze. 
16:49. 

(Eating without scarceness,) of 
plenty. Deu. 8: 9. 

(Of adversity,) of heavy ' affliction. 
Isa. 30:20. 

(Of tears,) of sorrow. Psa, 80: 5. 

(Of deceit,) of unlawful gain. Pro. 
20:17. 

(Of wickedness,) of oppression. 
Pro. 4: 17. 

(Of idleness,) of sloth. Pro. 31: 27.. 



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Breastplate. 

A part of defensive armor. 1 Kin. 

22: 34. (marg.) 
A_part of the high priest's dress. 

Exo. 28 : 4. 
For soldiers, 

Made of iron. Rev. 9:9. 

Bright and shining. Rev. 9: 17. 
For the high priest, 

Materials of. Exo. 28: 15. Exo. 39: 8. 

Form and dimensions of. Exo. 28: 
16. Exo. 30 : 9. 

Made from the offering of the 
people. Exo. 35 : 9. 
Had names of the tribes engraved on 

precious stones. Exo. 28: 17 — 21. 

Exo. 39: 10,14. 
Inseparably united to the ephod. 

Exo. 28 : 22-28. Exo. 39 : 15—21. 
The Urim and Thummim placed in. 

Exo. 28:30. Lev. 8: 8. 
Worn as a memorial. Exo. 28: 29, 

withlsa. 49: 16. 
Illustrative of the 

Righteous judgment of Christ. Isa. 
59: 17. 

Defence of righteousness. Eph. 
6: 14. 

Defence of faith and love. 1 The. 
5:8. 

Brooks. 

Canaan abounded with. Deu. 8: 7. 
Often ran over pebbles. 1 Sam. 17 : 

40. Job 22 : 24. 
Borders of, favorable to 

Grass. 1 Kin. 18: 5. 

Willows. Lev. 23:40. Job 40: 22. 

Reeds. Isa. 19: 7. 
Abounded with fish. Isa. 19: 8. 
Afforded protection to a country. 

Isa. 19:6. 
Mentioned in scripture; 

Arnon. Num. 21 : 14, 15. 

Besor. 1 Sam. 30:9. 

Gaash. 2 Sam. 23 : 30. 1 Chr. 11 : 32. 

Cherith. iKin. 17:3, 5. 

Eschol. Num. 13:23, 24. 

Kidron. 2 Sam. 15:23. IKin. 15: 
13. Juo. 18:1. 

Kishon. 1 Kin. 18 : 40. Psa. 83 : 9. 

Zcred. Deu. 2 : 13. 

Of the willows. Isa. 15 : 7. 
Illustrative 

Of wisdom. Pro. 18:4. 

Of temporal abundance. Job. 20:17. 

(Deceptive,) of false friends. Job. 
6:15. 

(Drinking of, by the way,) of help in 
distress. Psa. 110:7. 

Burial. 

Probable origin of. Gen. 4 : 9, 10. 
Design of. Gen. 23:3, 4. 



Attended by 
Family of the dead. Gen. 50:5, 6, 

8. Mat. 8:21. 
Numbers of friends, &c. Gen. 50: 

7,9. 2 Sam. 3:31. Luke 7: 12. 
Female friends. Mar. 15:47. Luke 

7 : 13. 
Hired mourners. Jer. 9: 17, 18. 
Great lamentation at. Gen, 50 : 10, 
11. 2 Sam. 3:31,32. 
Orations sometimes made at. 2 Sam. 

3 : 33, 34. 
The body was . 

Washed before. Acts 9 : 37. 
Anointed for. Mat. 26 : 12. 
Wound in linen for. Jno. 11 : 44. 

Jno. 19:40. 
Preserved with spices. Jno. 19: 39, 

40. 
Sometimes burned before. 1 Sam. 

31: 12. 
Carried on a bier to. 2 Sam. 3: 31, 
Luke 7 : 14. 
Perfumes burned at. 2 Chr. 16: 14. 

Jer. 34:5. 

Antitiuity of coSius for. Gen. 50: 26. 

Often took place immediately after 

death. Juo. 11 : 17, with 39 v. Acts 

5 : 6, 10. 

Of persons embalmed, deferred for 

seventy days. Gen. .50:3, 4. 
Of persons hanged, always on the 
days of execution. Deu. 21 : 23. 
Jno. 19 : 31. 
The right of all nations. Jud. 16 : 31. 

Jno. 19: 38. 
Of enemies, sometimes performed by 
the conquerors. 1 Kin. 11 : 15. Eze. 
39:11—14. 
Of the friendless, a kind act. 2 Sam. 

2:5. 
Places used for; 
Natural caves. Gen. 23: 19. Jno. 

11 : 38. 
Caves hewn out of rocks. Isa. 22: 

16. Mat. 27: 60. 
Gardens. 2 Kin. 21 : 18, 26. Jno. 19: 

41. 
Under trees. Gen. 35 : 8. 1 Sam. 31 : 

13. 
Tops of the hills. Jos. 24: 33. 2 Kin. 

23 : 16. 
Houses of the deceased. 1 Sam, 25 : 

1. 1 Kin. 2:34. 
The city of David for the kings of 
Judah. 1 Kin. 2 : 10. 2 Chr. 21 : 20. 
2 Chr. 24 : 16. 
Antiquity of purchasing places for. 

Gen 23 : 7—16. 
Places of, 
Frequently prepared and pointed 
out during life. Gen. .50 : 5. 2 Chr. 
16: 14. Mat. 27:60. 
Members of a family interred in 
the same. Gen. 25: 10. Gen. 49: 
31. 2 Sam. 2:32. 
Held in high veneration. Neh. 2 : 3, 5. 



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Provided for the common people, 

Jer. 2(5:23. 
Provitled for aliens and strangers. 

Mat. 27: 7. 
Visited by sorrowing friends. Juo. 

11:31. 
Pillars erected on. Gen. do : 20. 
Tonil)s erected over. Mat. 23: 27-29. 
Sonieliiiies had inscriptions. 2 

Kin. 23: 17. 
Sometimes not apparent. Luke 

11:44. 
For criminals, marked by heaps. 

Jos. 7 : 26. 
Were ceremonially unclean. Num, 

19:10, 18. 
Often desecrated by idolatry. Isa. 

05:3,4. 

The Jews anxious to be interred in 

their family islaces of. Gen. 47: 

29—31. Gen. 49: 29, 30. Gen. 50: 25. 

2 Sam. 19:37. 

Followed by a feast. 2 Sam. 3: 35. 

Jer. 16:7,8. Hos. 9: 4. 
Privation of, considered a calamity. 

Ecc. 6:3. 
Privation of, threatened as a punish- 
mont.2 Kin.9:10. Jer. 8:2. Jer. 10:4. 
An ignominious, compared to the 

burial of an ass. Jer. 22:19. 
Illustrative of regeneration. Rom. 6: 
4. Col. 2:12. 

Burnt Offering, The. 

To be offered only to the Lord. Jud. 

13:16. 
Specially acceptable. Gen. 8: 21. Lev. 

1 : 9, 13, 17. 
The most ancient of all sacrifices. 

Gen. 4 : 4, with Gen. 8 : 20. Gen. 22 : 

2, 13. Job 1 : 5. 
Offered by the Jews befo-'o the law. 

Exo. 10:25. Exo. 24:5. 

To BIS T.\KEN FROM 

The flock or herd. Lev 1 : 2. 
The fowls. Lev. 1 : 14. 
Was an atonement for sin. Lev. 9: 7. 
Guilt transferred to, by imposition of 

hands. Lev. 1:4. Num. 8:12. 
Rej^uieed to be 
Killed, if a beast, by the person 

who brought it. Lev. 1 : 5, 11. 
Killed, if a bird, by the priest. Lev. 

1 : 15. 
For the people at large, killed and 

prepared by the Levites. Eze. 

44:11. 
A male without blemish. Lev. 1 : 

3, Lev, 22:19. 
Voluntary. Lev. 1 : 3. Lev. 22 : 18, 19. 
Presented at the door of the taber- 
nacle. Lev. 1:3. Deu. 12: 6, 11, 14. 
Offered by priests only. Lev. 1 : 9. 

Eze. 44 : 15. 
Offered in righteousness. Psa, 

51:19, 



Entirely burned. Lev, 1 : 8, 9, 12, 13. 
Lev. : 9. 
Blood of, sprinkled round about up- 
on the altar. Lev. 1: 5, 11. 
If a bird, the blood was wrung out 
at the side of the altar. Lev. 1 : 15. 
Ashes of, collected at toot of the al- 
tar, and conveyed without the 
camp. Lev^ 6: 11. 
Skin of, given to the priests for cloth- 
ing. Lev. 7 : 8. See Gen. 3 : 21. 
Was offered 
Every morning and evening. Exo. 

29:38-42. 
Every sabbath day. Num. 28: 9, 10. 
The first day of every mouth. Num. 

28:11. 
The seven days of unleavened 

bread. Num.28: 19,24. 
The atonement day. Lev 16:3,5. 

Num. 29:8. 
At consecration of Levites. Num. 

8:12. 
At consecration of priests. Lev, 9: 

2, 12-14. 
At consecration of kings. 1 Chr. 

29:21-23. 
At purification of women. Lev. 

12:6. 
For Nazarites after defilement, or 
at expiration of their vow. Num, 
6:11,14. 
For the healed leper. Lev. 14 : 13, 

19, 20. 
At dedication of sacred places. 

Num. 7:15, &c. 1 Kin. 8:64. 
After great mercies. 1 Sam. 6: 14. 

2 Sam. 24 : 22, 25. 
Before going to war. 1 Sam. 7 : 9. 
With sound of trumpets at feasts. 
Num. 10: 10. 
The fat, &c. of all peace offerings 
laid on, and consumed with the 
daily. Lev. 3 : 5. Lev. 6 : 12. 
Of the wicked, not accepted by God, 
Isa. 1 : 10, 11, Jer. 6 : 19, 20. Amos 
5:22, 
Obedience better than. 1 Sam. 15: 

22. Jer. 7 : 21-23. 
Knowledge of God better than. Hos. 

6:0. 
Love of God better than. Mar. 12: 33. 
Abraham tried by the command to 

offer Isaac as. Gen. 22 ch. 
Incapable of removing sin, and re 
conciling to God. Psa. 40:6. Psa. 
.50:8. Heb. 10:6. 
The most costly, no adequate tribute 
to God. Isa. 40: 16, with Psa, 50: 
9—13. 
Guilt of unauthorized persons offer- 
ing. 1 Sam. 13: 12, 13. 
Guilt of offering, except in the place 

appointed. Lev. 17 : 8, 9. 
Of human victims execrated, Deu. 
12 : 31. 2 Kin, 3 :27, Jer, 7 : 31, Jer, 
19:5, 



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Illustrative of 
The oftering of Christ. Eph. 5 : 2. 

Heb. 10:8—10. 
Devotedness to God. Rom. 12:1. 

Busy-bodies. 

Fools are. Pro. 20: 3. 

The idle are. 2 The. 3: 11. 1 Tim. 5: 13. 

Are mischievous tale-bearers. 1 Tim. 

5 : 13. 
Bring mischief upon themselves. 2 

Kin. 14:10. Pro. 26:17. 
Christians must not be. 1 Pet. 4: 15. 

Calf, The. 

The young of the herd. Job. 21 : 10. 

Jer. 31 : 12. 
Playfulness of, alluded to. Psa. 29 : 6. 
Fed on 

Milk. 1 Sam. 6:10. 

Branches of trees, &c. Isa. 27: 10. 
Fattened in stalls, &c. 1 Sam. 28: 

24. Amos 6 :~4. 
Offered iu sacrifice. Lev. 9: 2, 3. 

Hcb. 9:12, 19. 
Of a year old best for sacrifice. Mic. 

6:6. 
U first-born not redeemed. Num. 18 : 
*17. 
Eaten in the patriarchal age. Gen. 

18:7,8. 
Wlien fattened considered a delicacy. 

1 Sam. 28: 24, 25. Amos 6: 4. Luke 

15 : 23, 27. 
Illustrative of 

Saints nourished by grace. Mai. 
4:2. 

Sacrifices of praise. Hos. 14: 2. 
Heb. 13 : 5. 

Patient endurance. Eze. 1 : 7. Rev. 
4: 7. 

Calf of Gold. 

Made on account of the delay of Mo- 
ses in the mount. Exo. 32:1. 

Was made 
Of the ornaments of the women, &c. 

Exo. 32:2, 3. 
To represent God. Exo. 32: 4, 5. 

with Psa. 106:20. 
After an Egyptian model. Acts 7 : 

39, 41. 
To go before the congregation. 
Exo. 32:1. 

Molten in the fire. Exo. 32 : 4 Psa. 
106 : 19. 

Fashioned with a graven tool. Exo. 
32:4. 

An altar built before. Exo. 32:5. 

Sacrifices offered to. Exo. 32:6. Acts 
7: 41. 

Worshipped with profane revelry. 
Exo. 32:6, 18, 19, 25. 1 Cor. 10: 7. 



Making of 
A very great sin. Exo. 32: 21, 30, 31. 
A forgetting of God. Psa. 106: 21. 
A turning aside from the divine 

command. Exo. 32: 8. Deu. 9: 

12, 16. 
Excited wrath against Aaron. Deu. 

9:20. 
Excited wrath against Israel. Exo. 

32:10. Deu. 9:14, 19. 
Caused Moses to break the tables 

of the testimony. Exo. 32: 19. 

Deu. 9:17. 
Israel punished for. Exo. 32: 26-^ 

29, 35. 
Moses interceded for those who wor- 
shipped. Exo. 32: 11—14, 30—34. 
Deu. 9 : 18—20. 
Destroyed by Moses. Exo. 32: 20. 

Deu. 9:21. 
Punishment of those who worship- 
ped a warning to others. 1 Cor 10: 



Call of God, The. 

By Christ. Isa. 55 : 5. Rom. 1 : 6. 

By His Spirit. Rev. 22:17. 

By His works. Psa. 19: 2, 3. Rom. I: 

20. 
By His ministers. Jer. 35 : 15. 2 Cor. 

5:20. 
By His gospel. 2 The. 2 : 14. 
Is from darkness. 1 Pet. 2 : 9. 
Addressed to aU. Isa. 45:22. Mat. 

20:16. 
Most reject. Pro. 1 : 24. Mat. 20: 16. 
Effectual to saints. Psa. 110 : 3. Acts 

2 : 47. Acts 13 : 48. 1 Cor. 1 : 24. 
To MAN IS 

Of grace. GaLl:15. 2 Tim. 1:9. 

According to the purpose of God, 
Rom. 8: 28. Rom. 9: 11, 23, 24. 

High. Phi. 3: 14. 

Holy. 1 Tim. 1 : 9. 

Heavenly. Heb. 3:1. 

To fellowship with Christ. 1 Cor. 
1:9. 

To holiness. 1 The. 4:7. 

To liberty. Gal. 5:13. 

To peace. 1 Cor. 7 : 15. Col. 3: 15. 

To glory and virtue. 2 Pet. 1 : 3. 

To the eternal glory of Christ. 2 
The. 2:14. 1 Pet. 5:10. 

To eternal life. 1 Tim. 6: 12. 
Partakers of, justified. Rom. 8: 30. 
Walk worthy of. Epii. 4:1. 
Blessedness of receiving. Rev. 19:9. 
Praise God for. 1 Pet. 2 : 9. 
Illustrated. Pro. 9: 3, 4. Mat. 23: 

3—9. 
Rejection of, leads to 

Judicial blindness. Isa. 6:9, with 
Acts 28 : 24—27. Rom. 11 : 8—10. 

Delusion. Isa. 66: 4. 2 The. 2: 
10, 11. 



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Withdrawal of tho means of grace. 

Jer. 26 : 4—6. Acts 13 : 46. Acts 18 : 

6. Eev. 2:5. 
Temporal judgments. Isa. 28: 12. 

Jer. 6 : 16, 19. Jer. 35 : 17. Zee. 7 : 

12-14. 
Rejection by God. Pro. 1: 24—32. 

Jer. 6 : 19, 30. 
Condemnation. Jno. 12:48. Heb. 

2:1-3. Heb. 12:2.=). 
Destruction. Pro. 29:1. Mat. 22: 

3-7. 

Calves of Jeroboam. 

Made of gold. 1 Kin. 12 : 28. 

Made to prevent the Israelites going 

to Jerusalem. 1 Kin. 12: 26, 27. 
Called the 

Golden calves. 2 Kin. 10: 29. 2 
Chr. 13 : 8. 

Calves of Bethaven. Hos. 10: 5. 

Calves of Samaria. Hos. 8 : a. 
Placed in Dan and Bethel. 1 Kin. 

12:29. 
Probably from an Egyptian model. 

1 Kin. 11 : 40. 

Designed to represent God. 1 Kin. 

12 : 28. 
Priests appointed for. 1 Kin. 12: 31. 

2 Chr. 11 : 15. 

Sacrifices offered to. 1 Kin. 12: 32. 

1 Kin. 13:1. 
Feasts appointed for. 1 Kin. 12: 

32, 33. 
Were kissed in adoration. Hos. 13 : 2. 
Worship of 
Denounced Toy a prophet. 1 Kin. 

13: 1—3. 

Adopted by succeeding kings. 1 

Kin. 15:34. 1 Kin. 16:26. 2 Kin. 

10:29,31. 2 Kin. 14:24. 

Became the sin of Israel. 1 Kin. 

12:30. 2 Kin. 10:31. 2 Chr. 13:8. 

God's people refused to worship. 1 

Kin. 19:18. 2 Chr. 11 : 16. 
Guilt of making. 1 Kin. 14: 9, 10. 
Guilt of worshipping. 1 Kin. 14: 15, 

16. 2Kiu. 17:22, 23. 
Predictions respecting ; 
Captivity. Hos. 10:6. 
Destruction. Hos. 8:6. Hos. 10:8. 
Punishment of the worshippers. 
Hos. 8:13, 14. 

Camel, The. 

Unclean. Lev. 11: 4. Deu. 14: 7. 

Found in deserted places. Eze. 25 : 5. 

Characterized by 
Tho bunches on its back. Isa. 30: 6. 
Its docility.' Gen. 24:11. 

The dromedary a species of, remark- 
able for swiftness. Jer. 2 : 23. 

Abounded in the east. 1 Chr. 5 : 21, 
Isa. 60: 6. 



A part of patriarchal wealth. Gen. 

12: 16. Gen. .30: 43. Job 1 : 3. 
Kept in numbers by kings. 1 Chr. 

27 : 30. 
Used for 

Riding. Geu. 24:61. 

Drawing chariots. Isa 21: 7. 

Carrying burdens. Gen. 37 : 25. 
1 Kin. 10:2. 2 Kin. 8:9. 

Conveying posts and messengers. 
Est. 8 : 10. 

War. Jud. 7: 12. 1 Sam. 30: 17. 
Of the rich adorned with chains. 

Jud 8:21, 26. 
Furniture of, alluded to. Gen. 31 : 34. 
•Subject to plagues; Exo. 9: 3. Zee. 

14 : 15. 
Treated with great care. Gen. 24: 

31, 32. 
Esteemed a valuable booty. 1 Chr. 

5:20,21. 2 Chr. 14: 15. Job 1: 17. 

Jer. 49 : 29, 32. 
Coarse cloth made from its hair. 

Mat. 3:4. 
Referred to in illustrations by Christ. 

Mat. 19:24. Mat. 23:24. 

Canaanites, The. 

Descended from Ham. Gen. 10: 6. 
An accursed race. Gen. 9 : 25, 26. 
Different families of. Gen. 10: 15—18. 
Comprised seven distinct nations. 

Deu. 7:1. 
Possessions of, how bounded. Gen. 

10 : 19. 
Country of, fertile. Exo. 3: 17. Num. 

13:27. 
Described as 
Great and mighty. Num. 13: 28. 

Deu. 7:1. 
Idolatrous. Deu. 29:17. 
Superstitious. Deu. 18: 9—11. 
Profane and wicked. Lev. 18:27. 
Extremely numerous. Deu. 7 : 17. 
Had many strong cities. Num. 13: 

28. Deu. 1 : 28. 
Expelled for wickedness. Deu. 9: 4. 

Deu. 18:12. 
Abraham 
Called to dwell amongst. Gen. 12: 

1—5. 

Was promised the country of, for 

inheritance. Gen. 13: 14—17. Gen. 

15 : 18. Gen. 17 : 8. 

Had his faith tried by dwelling 

amongst. Gen. 12:6. Gen. 13:7. 

Kind to the patriarchs. Gen. 14: 13. 

Gen. 23 : 6. 
Israel Commanded 
To make no league with. Deu. 7 : 2. 

Jud. 2:2. 
Not to intermarry with. Deu. 7: 

3. Jos. 23:12. 
Not to follow idols of. Exo. 23: 
24. Deu. 7 : 25. 



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Not to follow customs of. Lev. 

18:26,27. 
To destroy, without mercy. Deu. 

7 : 2, 24. 
To destroy all vestiges of their 
idolatry. Exo 23: 24. Deu. 7:5, 25. 
Not to fear. Deu. 7:17,18. Deu. 
31 : 7. 
Terrified at the approach of Israel. 
Exo. 15: 15, 16, with Jos. 2:9-11. 
and Jos. 5: 1. 
Partially subdued by Israel. Jos. 10 
ch. and Jos. 11 ch. with Jud. 1 cli. 
Part of left 
To try Israel. Jud. 2: 21, 22. Jud. 

3:1-4. 
To chastise Israel. Num. 33: 55. 
Jud. 2:3. Jud. 4:2. 
Israel ensnared by. Jud. 2 : 3, 19. Psa. 

106 : 36—38. 
Some descendants of, in our Lord's 
time. Mat. 15 : 22. Mar. 7 : 26. 

Candlestick, 

A part of household furniture. 2 

Kin. 4: 10. 
Used foe holding 
Candles or torches. Mat. 5 : 15. 
Lamps. Exo. 25: 31, 37. Zee. 4:2. 
Foe the tabeenacle 
Form, &c. of. Exo. 25: 31-36. Exo. 

.37:17-22. 
Held seven golden lamps. Exo. 

25:37. Exo. 37:23. 
Had snuffers, &c. of gold. Exo. 25 : 

38. Exo. 37 : 23. 
Weighed a talent of gold. Exo. 

25 : 39. 
After a divine pattern. Exo. 25: 

40. Num. 8:4. 
Called the lamp of God. 1 Sam. 

3:3. 
Called the pure candlestick. Lev. 

24:4. 
Placed in the outer sanctuary over 

against the table. Exo. 40: 24. 

Heb. 9 : 2. 
Lighted with olive oil. Exo. 27: 

20. Lev. 24 : 2. 

Lighted &c. by priests. Exo. 27: 

21. Lev. 24:3, 4. 

Directions for removing. Num.4: 

9,10. 
Illusteative of 
Christ. Zee. 4: 2. Jno. 8: 12. Heb. 

9:2. 
The church. Eev. 1 : 13, 20. 
Ministers. Mat. 5:14— 16. 

Care, Overmuch. 

About eartly things, forbidden. Mat. 

6 : 25. Luke 12 : 22, 29. Jno. 6 : 27. 
God's providential goodness should 

keep us from. Mat. 6: 26, 28, 30. 

Luke 22 : 35. 



God's promises should keep us from. 

Heb. 13: 5. 
Trust in God should free us from, 

Jer. 17:7, 8. Dan. 3:16. 
Should be cast on God. Psa. 37:5. 

Psa. .55 : 22. Pro. 16:3. 1 Pet. 5 : 7. 
An obstruction to Ihe Gospel. Mat. 

13:22. Luke 8: 14. Luke 14 : 18— 20. 
Be without. 1 Cor. 7 : 32. Phi. 4:6. 
Unbecoming in saints. 2 Tim. 2: 4. 
Inutility of. Mat. 6: 27. Luke 12: 

25, 26. 
Vanity of. Psa. 39 : 6. Ecc. 4 : 8. 
Warning against. Luke 21 : 34. 
Sent as a punishment to the wicked. 

Eze. 4:16. Eze. 12:19. 
Exemplified. Martha, Luke 10: 41. 

Persons iclto offered tofoUoiv Christ, 

Luke 9: 57, &c. 

Caves. 

Natural. Heb. 11: 38. 
Artificial. Jud. 6:2. 
Found in the 
Open fields. Gen. 23:20. 
Rocks. Isa. 2 : 19. 
Were used as 
Dwelling-places. Gen. 19:30. 
Places of concealment. 1 Sam. 
13:6. 1 Sam. 14:11. 1 Kin. 18: 4. 
Heb. 11:38. 
Resting places. 1 Sam. 24 :3. 

1 Kin. 19:9. 
Burial places. Gen. 23 : 19. Jno. 

11 : 38. 
Haunts of robbers. <Ier. 7:11. Mat. 

21 : 13. 
Hiding places of wild beasts. Nah. 
2:12. 
Often capacious. 1 Sam. 22: 1,2. 1 

Sam. 24:3. 
Afford no protection from the judg- 
ments of God. Isa. 2:19. Eze. 33:27. 
Rev. 6:15. 
Mentioned in Sceipture; 
Aduliam. 1 Sam. 22: 1. 
Engedi. 1 Sam. 23:29, with 1 Sam, 

24:1,3. 
Machpelah. Gen. 23:9. 
Makkedah. Jos. 10:16, 17. 

Cedar, The. 

Planted by God. Psa. 104 : 16. Isa. 

41 : 19. 
Made to glorify God. Psa. 148:9. 
Lebanon celebrated for. Jud. 9:15. 

Psa. 92:12. 
Banks of rivers favorable to the 

growth of. Num. 24:6. 
Imported largely by Solomon. 1 Kin. 

10:27. 
Desceibed as 

High. Isa. 37: 24. Eze. 17:22. Amos 
2:9. 

Spreading. Psa. 80 : 10, 11. 



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Fragrant. So. of Sol. 4 : 11. 
Graceful and beautiful. Psa. 80: 10. 

Eze. 17 : 2.3. 
Strong and durable. Isa. 9 : 10. 
Considered the first of trees. 1 Kin. 

4:33. 
Extensive commerce in. 1 Kin. 5:10, 

11. Ezr. 3:7. 
Used in 
Biulding temples. 1 Kin. 5: 5, 6. 

1 Kin. G: 9, 10. 
Building palaces. 2 Sam. 5:11. 

iKin. 7:2, 3. 
Making masts of ships. Eze. 27 : 5. 
Making wai-drobes. Eze. 27:24. 
Making chariots. So. of Sol. 3:9. 
Purifying the leper. Lev. 14 : 4—7, 

49" 52. 
Preparing the water of separation. 

Num. 19:6. 
Making idols. Isa. 44:14. 
The eagle alluded to as 
Making its nest in. Jer. 22 : 23. 
Perching on the high branches of. 

Eze. 17 : 3. 
Instrumental in propagating. Eze. 

17 : 4, 5. 
Destruction of, a punishment. Jer. 

22:7. 
Destruction of, exhibits God's power. 

Psa. 29:5. 
Illustrative of 
Majesty, strength, and glory of 

Christ. So of Sol. 5: 15. Eze. 17: 

22, 23. 
Beauty and glory of Israel. Num. 

24:(i. 
Saints in their rapid growth. Psa. 

92: 12. 
Powerful nations, Eze. 31 : 3. Amos 

2:9. 
Arrogant rulers. Isa. 2: 13. Isa. 

10:33, 34. 

Censers. 

For burning incense. Lev. 10: 1. 2 

Chr. 20: 19. 
Made OF 

Brass. Num. 16: 39. ' 

Gold. 1 Kin. 7 : 50. 
One of gold in the most holy place. 

Heb. 9 : 4. 
Directions for removing. Num. 4 : 14. 
Often used in idolatrous worship. 

Eze. 8: 11. 
Of Korah, &c. made into plates to 

cover the altar. Num. 16: 18, 39. 
Typical of Christ's intercession. Rev. 

8:3,5. 

Character of Saints. 

Attentive to Christ's voice. Jno. 

10:3 4. 
Blameless and harmless. Phi. 2: 15. 
Bold. Pro. 28 : 1. Rom. 13 : 3. 



Contrite. Isa. 57 : 15. Isa. 66 : 2. 

Devout. Acts 8: 2. Acts 22: 12. 

Faithful. Rev. 17 : 14. 

Fearing God. Mat. 3 : 16. Acts 10 : 2. 

Following Christ. Jno. 10: 4, 27. 

Godly. Psa. 4:3. 2 Pet. 2:9. 

Guileless. Jno. 1 : 47. 

Holy. Deu.7:6. Deu.l4:2. Col. 3: 12. 

Humble. Psa. 34 : 2. 1 Pet. 5 : 5. 

Hungering after righteousness. Mat. 

5: 6. 
Just. Gen 6: 9. Hab. 2:4. Luke 2: 25. 
Led by the Spirit. Rom. 8:14. 
Liberal. Isa. 32 : 8. 2 Cor. 9 : 1.3. 
Loving. Col. 1:4. 1 The. 4:9. 
Lcjwly. Pro. 16:19. 
Mock. Isa. 29: 19. Mat. 5:5. 
Merciful. Psa. 37 : 26. Mat. 5 : 7. 
New Creatures. 2Cor. 5 : 17. Eph. 2 : 10. 
Obedient. Rom. 16: 19. 1 Pet 1 : 14. 
Poor in spirit. Psa. 51 : 17. Mat. 5: 3. 
Prudent. Pro. 16:21. 
Pure in heart. Mat. 5: S. 1 Jno. 3: 3. 
Righteous. Isa. 60: 21. Luke 1 : G. 
Sincere. 2 Cor. 1 : 12. 2 Cor. 2 : 17. 
Stead fast . Acts 2 : 42. Col. 2 : 5. 
Taught of God. Isa. 54:13. 1 Jno. 

2:27. 
True. 2 Cor. 6 : 8. 
Undefiled. Psa. 119: 1. 
Upright. IKin. 3:6. Psa. 15:2. 
Watchful. Luke 12: 37. 
Zealous «f good works. Tit. 2:14, 

Tit. 3:8. 

Character of the wicked. 

Abominable. Rev. 21 : 8. 

Alienated from God. Eph. 4: 18. 

Col. 1:21. 
Blasphemous. Luke 22: 65. Rev. 16:9. 
Blinded. 2 Cor. 4 : 4. Eph. 4 : 18. 
Boastful. Psa. 10 : 3. Psa. 49 : 6. 
Conspiring against God's people. 

Neh. 4 : 8. Neh. 6 : 2. Psa. 38 : 12. 
Covetous. Mic. 2 : 2. Rom. 1 : 29. 
Deceitful. Psa. 5 : 6. Rom. 3 : 13. 
Delighting in the iniquity of others. 

Pro. 2 : 14. Rom 1 : 32. 
Despising the works of the faithful. 

Neh. 2:19. Neh. 4:2. 2 Tim. 3: 3, 4. 
Destructive. Isa. 59:7. 
Disobedient. Neh. 9:26. Tit. 3:3. 1 

Pet. 2:7. 
Enticing to evil. Pro. 1 : 10—14. 2 

Tim. 3: 6. 
Envious. Neh. 2 : 10. Tit. 3 : 3. 
Fearful. Pro. 28 : 1. Rev. 21 : 8. 
Fierce. Pro. 16: 29. 2 Tim. 3:3. 
Foolish. Deu. 32 : 6. Psa. 5 : 5. 
Forgetting God. Job 8 : 13. 
Fraudulent. Psa. 37 : 21. Mic. 6: L'. 
Froward. Pro. 21 : 8. Isa. 57: 17. 
Glorying in their shame. Phi. 3: 19. 
Hai-d-hearted. Eze. 3:7. 
Hating the light. Job. 24:13. Jno. 

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Heady and higb-minded. 2 Tim. 3: 4. 
Hostile to God. Rom. 8: 7. Col. 1 : 21. 
Hypocritical. Isa. 2ii: 13. 2 Tim. 3: 5. 
Ignorant of God. Hos. 4:1.2 The 1 : 8. 
Impudent. Eze. 2:4. 
Incontinent. 2 Tim. 3:3. 
Infidel. Psa. 10:4. Psa 14: 1. 
Loathsome. Pro. 13 : .">. 
Lovers of pleasure more than of God. 

2 Tim. 3: 4. 
Lying. Psa. 58:3. Psa. 62:4. Isa. 

59:4. 
Mischievous. Pro. 24 : 8. Mic. 7 : 3. 
Murderous. Psa. 10:8. Psa. 94:6. 

Rom. 1:29. 
Prayerless. Job 21 : 15. Psa. 53:4. 
Persecuting. Psa. 69: 26. Psa. 109: 16. 
Perverse. Deu. 32:5. 
Proud. Psa. 59: 12. Oba. 3. 2 Tim. 3:2. 
Rejoicing in the affliction of saints. 

Psa 35 * 15 
Reprobate. ' 2 Cor. 13: 5. 2 Tim. 3: 8. 

Tit. 1:16. 
Selfish. 2 Tim. 3:2. 
Sensual. Phi. 3:19. Jude 19. 
Sold under sin. 1 Kin. 21 : 20. 2 Kin. 

17:17. 
Stiff-hearted. Eze. 2:4. 
Stift'-necked. Exo. 33:5. Acts 7: 51. 
Uncircumcised in heart. Jer. 9:26. 

Unjust. " Pro. 11 : 7. Isa. 26 : 10. 

Unmerciful. Rom. 1:31. 

Ungodly. Pro. 16 : 27. 

Unholy. 2 Tim. 3: 2. 

Unprofitable. Mat. 25: 30. Rom. 3: 12. 

Unruly. Tit. 1:10. 

Unthankful. Luke 6: 35. 2 Tim. 3: 2. 

Untoward. Acts 2 : 40. 

Unwise. Deu. 32 : 6. 

Chariots. 

Carriages for traveling, &c. Gen. 

46 : 29. 
Carriages used in war. 1 Kin. 20: 25. 
AVheels of. described. 1 Kin. 7 : 33. 
Bound with traces. Mic. 1 : 13. 
Drawn by 

Horses. 2 Kin. 10: 2. So. of Sol. 1 : 9. 

Asses and camels. Isa. 21:7. 
Value of in Solomon's time. 1 Kin. 

10:29. 
Drivers generally employed for. 1 

Kin. 22:34. 2Chr. 18:33. 
Sometimes driven by the owners. 2 

Kin. 9:16, 20. 
Sometimes driven furiously. 2 Kin. 

9:20. Isa. 5:28. Jer. 4:13. 
Bounding motion of, referred to. 

Nah. 3:2. 
Noise occasioned by, referred to. 2 

Kin. 7: 6. Joel 2: 5. Nah. 3:2. 

Rev. 9: 9. 
introduced into Israel by David. 2 

Sam. 8: 4. 
Multiplied by Solomon. 1 Kin. 10: 26. 



Imported from Egypt. 1 Kin. 10: 28, 29. 
For war, 
Armed with iron, Jos. 17 : 16. Jud. 

1 : 19. 
Lighted by night with torches. 

Nah. 2:3. 
Commanded by captains. Exo. 14. 

7. 1 Kin. 16:9. 
Advantageously manoeuvred in a 
flat country. Jud. 1 : 19. 1 Kin. 20: 
23—25. 
Formed part of the line of battle. 

1 Kin. 20:25. 
Used in pursuing enemies. Exo. 

14:9. 2 Sam. 1: 6. 
Kept in chariot cities. 1 Kin. 9: 
19. 1 Kin. 10:26. 
Used in war by the 
Egyptians. Exo. 14 : 7. 2 Kin. 18: 24 
Canaanites. Jos. 17: 16. Jud. 4: 3. 
Philistines. 1 Sam. 13:5. 
Syrians. 2 Sam. 10: 18. 1 Kin. 20: 1. 
Assyrians. 2 Kin. 19:23. 
Ethiopians. 2 Chr. 14 : 9. 2 Chr. 

16:8. 
Babylonians. Eze. 23: 24. Eze. 26: 7. 
J.ews. 2 Kin. 8: 21. 2 Kin. 10: 2. 
Kings rode in, to battle. 1 Kjn. 22: 35. 
Kings used, in common. 1 Kin. 12: 18. 

1 Kin. 18: 44. 
Persons of distinction used. Gen. 
41:43. 2Kin. 5:9, 21. Jer. 17:25. 
Acts 8 : 28. 
Often attended by running footmen. 

1 Sam. 8:11. 2 Sam. 15:1. iKin. 
1:5. 

Consecrated to the sun. 2 Kin. 23: 11. 
The jews condemned for 
Multiplying. Isa. 2:7. 
Trusting to. Isa. 22 : 18. Isa. 31 : 1 . 
Taken in war, often destroyed. 
Jos. 11 : 6, 9. Jer. 51 : 21. Mic. 5: 
10. Nah. 2:13. 
Illustrative of 
The clouds. Psa. 104:3. 
The judgments of God. Isa. 66: 15 
Angels. 2Kin. 6: 16, 17, with Psa 

68: 17. 
Prophets. 2 Kin. 2: 12. 2 Kin. 13: 14 
Christ's love to His church. So of 
Sol. 6:12. 
Elijah taken to heaven in one of fire. 

2 Kin. 2 : 11. 

Charity^ 

Explained. ICor. 13:4— 7. 
Enjoined. Col. 3:14. (See Love to 
Man.) 

Chastity. 

Commanded. Exo. 20:14. Prov. 31. 

3. Acts 15: 20. Rom. 13:13 Col. 

3:5. 1 The. 4 : 3. 
Required in look. Job 31 : 1. Mat 



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Required ill heart. Pro. 6:25. 
Required in speech. Eph. .5 : 3. 
Keep the body in. 1 Cor. 6: 13, 15—18. 
Preserved by wisdom. Pro. 2: 10, 11, 

10. Pro. 7:1-5. 
Saints are liept in. Ecc. 7:26. 
Advantages of. 1 Pet. 3: 1, 2. 
Slum those devoid of. 1 Cor. 5: 11. 1 

Pet. 4: 3. 
The wiclved arc devoid of. Rom. 1 : 

29. Eph. 4:19. 2 Pet. 2 : 14. Jude 8. 
Temptation to deviate from, danger- 
ous. 2 Sam. 11 : 2 — 4. 
Consequences of associating with 

those devoid of. Pro. 5:3— 11. Pro. 

7 : 25-27. Pro. 22 : 14. 
Want of, excludes from heaven. Gal. 

5:19-21. 
Drunkenness destructive to. Pro. 23: 

31—33. 
Breach of, punished. 1 Cor. 3: 16, 17. 

Eph. 5:5, 6. Heb. 13: 4. Rev. 22: 15. 
Motives for. 1 Cor. 6 : 19. 1 The. 4 : 7. 
Exemplified. Abimelech, Gen. 20: 4, 5. 

Gen. 20: 10, 11. Joseph, Gen. 39: 7— 

10. Ruth, Ruth 3: 10, 11. Boaz, 
Ruth 3: 13. 

Cherubim. 

Form and appearance of. Eze. 1 : 5 — 

11, 13, 14. 

Animated by the Spirit of God. Eze. 

1 : 12, 20. 
Engaged in accomplishing the pur- 
poses of God. Eze. 1 : 15, 21. Eze. 
10:9-11,10, 17. 
Tlio glory of God exhibited upon. 
Eze. 1 : 22, 26-28. Eze. 10: 4, 18, 20. 
Sound of their wings was as the voice 

of God. Eze. 1 : 24. Eze. 10 : 5. 
Placed at the entrance of Eden. Gen. 

3:24. 
Of gold. 
Formed out of, and at each end of 

the mercy seat. Exo. 25 : 18 — 20. 
Placed over the ark of the covenant. 
1 Sam. 4: 4. IKin. 8:6, 7. 2 Chr. 
5:7,8. 
God's presence manifested between. 
2Sam.6:2. 2 Kin. 19:15. Psa. 
80:1. Psa. 99:1. 
The oracles or answers of God de- 
livered from between. Exo. 25 : 
22. Num. 7:89. 
Called the cherubim of glory. Heb. 

9:5. 
Representations of, made on the 
Curtains of the tabernacle. Exo. 

20:1,31. 
Vail of the tabernacle. Exo. 26: 31. 
Vail of the temple. 2 Chr. 3:14. 
Doors of the temple. 1 Kin. 6 : 32, 35. 
Walls of the temple. 2 Chr. 3 : 7. 
Bases of brazen lavers. 1 Kin. 7: 
29 : 36. 
Riding on, illustrative of majesty 



and power of God. 2 Sam. 22: 11. 
Psa. 18: 10. 

Children. 

Christ was an example to. Luke 2 : 

.51. J no. 19: 26, 27. 
Are a gift from God. Gen. 33: 5. Psa. 

127 : 3. 
Are capable of glorifying God. Psa. 
8: 2. Psa. 148: 12, 13. Mat. 21 : 15, 
16. 
Should be 
Brought to Christ. Mar. 10: 13—16. 
Brought early to the house of God. 

1 Sam. 1:24. 
Instructed in the waysof God. Deu. 

31 : 12, 13. Pro. 22 : 6. 
Judiciously trained. Pro. 22: 15. 
Pro. 29:17. Eph. 6:4. 
Should 
Obey God. Deu. 30:2. 
Fear God. Pro. 24:21. 
Remember God. Ecc. 12:1. 
Attend to parental teaching. Pro. 

1 : 8, 9. 
Honor parents. Exo. 20:12. Heb. 

12:9. 
Fear parents. Lev. 19:3. 
Obey parents. Pro. 6: 20. Eph. 6: 1. 
Take care of parents. 1 Tim. 5:4. 
Honor the aged. Lev. 19 : 32. 1 Pet. 

5 : 5. 
Not imitate bad parents. Eze. 20: 
18. 
An heritage from the Lord. Psa. 113: 

9. Psa. 127:3. 
Not to have, 
Considered an affliction. Gen. 15: 

2, 3. Jer. 22 : 30. 

A reproach in Israel. 1 Sam. 1: 6, 
7. Luke 1 : 25. 
Anxiety of the Jews for. Gen. 30: 1. 

iSam. 1: 5,8. 
Often prayed for. 1 Sam. 1: 10, 11. 

Luke 1 : 13. 
Often given in answer to prayer. 

Gen. 25 : 21. 1 Sam. 1 : 27. Luke 1 : 13. 
Treatment of, after birth, noticed. 

Eze. 16: 4. 
Mostly nursed by the mothers. 1 

Sam. 1:22. 1 Kin. 3: 21. Psa. 22: 

9. So. of Sol. 8:1. 
Weaning of, a time of joy and feast- 
ing. Gen. 21:8. 1 Sam. 1:24. 
Circumcised on the eighth day. Phi. 

3:5. 
Named at circumcision. Luke 1 : 59. 

Luke 2 : 21. 
Were named 

After relatives. Lukel:59, 61. 

From remarkable events. Gen. 21: 

3, 0, with Gen. 18 : 13. Exo. 2 : 10. 
Exo. 18: 3, 4. 

From circumstances connected 
with their birth. Gen. 25 : 25, 26. 
Gen. 35 : 18. 1 Chr. 4 : 9. 



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Often by God. Isa. 8 : 3. Hos. 1 : 
4, 6, 9. 
Often numerous. 2 Kiu. 10: 1. 1 Chr. 

4:27. 
Numerous, considered an especial 
blessing. Psa. llo: 14. Psa. 127: 4, 5. 
Sometimes born wlien parents were 
old. Gen V>: 3, 6. Gen. 17: 17. 
Luke 1 : 18. 
Male, 
If first born, belonged to God and 
were redeemed. Exo. 13: 12, 13, 15. 
Birth of, announced to the father 

by a messenger. Jer. 20 : 15. 
Under the care of tutors, till they 
came of age. 2 Kin. 10: 1. Gal. 
4:1. 2. 
Usefully employed. 1 Sam. 9:3. 1 

Sam. 17: 15. 
Inherited the possessions of their 
father. Deu. 21 : 16, 17. Luke 12 : 
13, 14. 
Received the blessing of their 
father before his death. Gen. 27 : 
1-4. Gen. 48 : 15. Gen. 49 ch. 
Female, 
Taken care of by nurses. Gen. 35 : 8. 
Usefully employed. Gen. 24: 13. 

Exo. 2 : 16. 

Inherited property in default of 

sons. Num 27:1-8. Jos. 17:1—6. 

Fondness and care of mothers for. 

Exo. 2:2— 10. 1 Sam. 2:19. 1 Kin. 

3:27. Isa. 49: 15. IThe. 2:7, 8. 

Of God's people, holy. Ezr. 9: 2. 1 

Cor. 7:14. 

Of God's people, interested in the 

promises. Deu. 29:29. Acts 2:39 

Prosperity of, greatly depended on 

obedience of parents. Deu. 4: 40. 

Deu. 12 : 25, 28. Psa. 128 : 1—3. 

Frequently bore the curse of parents. 

Exo. 20:5. Psa. 109: 9, 10. 
'Were required 
To honor their parents. Exo. 20; 12. 
To attend to instruction. Deu. 4: 

9. Deu. 11:19. 
To submit to discipline. Pro, 29: 

17. Heb. 12:9. 
To respect the aged. Lev. 19:32. 
Mode of giving public instruction to. 

Luke 2 : 46. Acts 22 : 3. 
Power of parents over, during the 
patriarchal age. Gen. 9: 24, 25. 
Gen 21 : 14. Gen. 38 : 24. 
Often wicked and rebellious. 2 Kin. 

2:23. 
Rebellious, punished by the civil 
power. Exo. 21: 15—17. Deu. 21: 
18-21. 
Sometimes devoted their property to 
avoid supporting parents. Mat. 
15:5. Mar. 7:31, 12. 
Could demand their portion during 

their father's life. Luke 15 : 12. 
Amusements of, Zee. 8: 5. Mat. 11: 
16, 17. 



Casting out of weak, &c. alluded to. 

Eze. 16: 5. 
Inhuman practice of offering to 
idols. 2 Kin. 17: 31. 2 Chr. 28: 3. 
2 Chr. 33:6. 
Illegitimate, 
Had no inheritance. Gen. 21 : 10, 

14. Gal. 4: 30. 
Not cared for by the father. Heb. 

12:8. 
Excluded from the congregation. 

Deu. 23: 2. 
Sometimes sent away with gifts. 

Gen. 25:6. 
Despised by their brethren. Jud. 
11: 2. 
Destruction of, a punishment. Lev. 

26:22. Eze. 9:6. Luke 19; 44. 
Grief occasioned by loss of. Gen. 37 : 
35. Gen. 44 : 27-29. 2 Sam. 13:37. 
Jer. 6 : 26. Jer. 31 : 15. 
Resignation manifested at loss of. 
Lev. 10: 19, 20. 2 Sam, 12: 18-23. 
Jobl: 19—21. 

Children, Good. 

The Lord is with. 1 Sam. 3 : 19. 

Know the Scriptures. 2 Tim 3:15. 

Observe the la w of God. Prov. 28 : 7. 

Their obedience to parents is well 
pleasing to God. Col. 3 : 20. 

Partake of the promises of God. 
Acts 2 : 39. 

Shall be blessed. Prov. 3:1-4. Eph. 
6:2,3. 

Show love to parents. Gen. 46:29. 

Obey parents Gen. 28: 7. Gen. 47:30. 

Attend to parental teaching. Prov. 
13:1. 

Take care of parents. Gen. 45:9, 11. 
Gen. 47 : 12. 

Make their parents' hearts glad. 
Pro. 10:1. Pro. 29:17. 

Honor the aged. Job. 32 : 6, 7 

Adduced as a motive for submission 
to God. Heb. 12:9. 

Spirit of, a requisite for the kingdom 
of heaven. Mat. 18:3. 

Illustrative of a teachable spirit. 
Mat. 18:4. 

Exemplified. Isaac, Gen. 22 : 6—10. 
Joseph, Gen. 45:9. Gen. 46:29. Jeph- 
thath''s daughter, Jud. 11:34,36. Sam- 
son, Jud. 13 : 24. Samuel, 1 Sam. 3 : 19. 
Obadiah, 1 Kin. 18: 12. Josiah, 2 Chr. 
34 : 3. Esther; Est. 2 : 20. Job, Job 
29: 4. David. 1 Sam. 17 : 20. Psa. 71 : 5. 
Daniel, Dan. 1:6. John the Baptist, 
Luke 1:80. Children in the Temple, 
Mat. 21 : 15, 16. Timothy, 2 Tim. 3 : 15. 

Children, Wicked. 

Know not God. 1 Sam. 2 : 12. 

Are void of understanding. Pro. 7:7. 

Are proud. Isa. 3 : 5. 



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With regard to parents 

Hoarken uot to them. 1 Sam. 2: 25. 

Despise them. Pro. 15:5, 20. Eze. 
22:7. 

Curse them. Pro. .30:11. 

Bring reproach on them. Pro. 19:26. 

Are a calamity to them. Pro. 19: 13. 

Are a grief to them. Pro. 17 : 25. 
Despise their elders. Job 19 : 18. 
Punishment of, for 

Setting light by parents. Deu. 
27:1G. 

Disobeying parents. Deu. 21: 21. 

Mocking parents. Pro. 30:17. 

Cursing parents. Exo. 21:15, with 
Mar. 7:10. 

Smit ing parents. Exo. 21 : 15. 

Mocking a prophet. 2 Kin. 2:23, 24. 

Gluttony and drunkenness. Deu. 
21:20,21. 
Their guilt in robbing parents. Pro. 

2S:24. 
Exemplified. Esau, Gen. 26 : 34, 35. 

Sons of Eli, 1 Sam. 2 : 12, 17. Sons of 

Saniiiil, 1 Sam. 8: 3. Absalom, 2 Sam, 

15 : 10 Adoi, ijah, 1 Kin. 1 : 5, 6. Chil- 
dren at Bethel, 2 Kin. 2:23. Adram- 

melech and Stiarezer, 2 Kin. 19:37. 

Christ, Character of. 

Altogether lovely. So. of Sol. 5: 16. 
Holy. Luke 1 : 35. Acts 4 : 27. Rev. 

3:7. 
Righteous. Isa. 53 : 11. Heb. 1 : 9. 
Good. Mat. 19:16. 
Faithful. Isa. 11 : .5. 1 The. 5 : 24. 
True. Juo.l:14. Jno. 7:18. IJno: 

5 : 20. 
Just. Zee. 9 : 9. Jno. 5 : .30. Acts 22 : 14. 
Guileless. Isa. 53:9. 1 Pet. 2:22. 
Sinless. Jno. 8 : 46. 2 Cor. 5 : 21. 
Spotless. 1 Pet. 1 : 19. 
Innocent. Mat. 27 : 4. 
Harmless. Heb. 7:26. 
Resisting temptation. Mat. 4 : 1—10. 
Obedient to God the Father. Psa. 

40: 8. Jno. 4:34. Jno. 15:10. 
Zealous. Luke 2: 49. Jno. 2: 17. 

Jno. 8 : 29. 
Meek. Isa. 53:7. Zee. 9: 9. Mat. 

11 : 29. 
Lowly in heart. Mat. 11 : 29. 
Merciful. Hob. 2 : 17. 
Patient. Isa. ,53:7. Mat. 27:14. 
Long-sutTering. 1 Tim. 1:16. 
Compassionate. Isa. 40: 11. Luke 

19:41. 
Benevolent. Mat. 4: 23, 24. Acts 10: 38. 
Loving. Jno. 13:1. Jno. 15:13. 
Self-denying. Mat. 8 : 20. 2 Cor. 8 : 9. 
Humble. Luke 22: 27. Phi. 2:8. 
Resigned. Luke 22: 42. 
Forgiving. Ltike23:34. 
Subject to His parents. Luke 2: 51. 
Saints are COB formed to. Rom. 8:29. 



Christ is God. 

As Jehovali. Isa. 40: 3, with Mat. 3: 3. 
As Jehovah of glory. Psa. 24:7, 10, 

with 1 C)or. 2 : 8. Jas. 2:1. 
As Jehovah, our Righteousness. 

Jer. 23: 5, 6. with 1 Cor. 1 : 30. 
As Jehovah, above all. Psa. 97: 9, 

with Jno. 3: 3J. 
As Jehovah, the First and the Last. 

Isa. 44: 6, with Rev. 1: 17. Isa. 48: 

12—16, with Rev. 22: 13. 
As Jehovah's Fellow and Equal. Zee. 

13:7. Phi. 2:6. 
As Jehovah of Hosts. Isa. 6: 1—3, 

with Jno. 12: 41. Isa. 8: 13, 14, with 

1 Pet. 2 : 8. 
As Jehovah, the Shepherd. Isa. 40: 

11. Heb. 13:20. 
As Jehovah, for whose glory all 

things were created. Pro. 16: 4; 

with Col 1: 16. 
As Jehovah, the Messenger of the 

covenant. Mai. 3: 1, with Mark 1: 

2, and Luke 2: 27. 
Invoked as Jehovah. Joel 2 : 32, with 

Acts 2: 21, andl Cor. 1: 2. 
As the Eternal God and Creator. 

Psa. 102:24—27, with Heb. 1: 8, 

10-12. 
As the mighty God. Isa. 9 : 6. 
As the Great God and Saviour. Hos. 

1:7. with Tit. 2: 13. 
As God over all. Psa. 45 : 6, 7. Rom. 

9 : 5. 
As the true God. Jer. 10: 10, with 1 

Jno. 5 : 20. 
As God the Word. Jno. 1 : 1. 
As God, the Judge. Ecc. 12 : 14, with 

1 Cor. 4:5. 2 Cor. 5 : 10. 2 Tim. 4 : 1. 
As Emmanuel. Isa. 7: 14, with Mat. 

1:23. 
As King of kings and Lord of lords. 

Dan. 10:17, with Rev. 1:5. Rev. 

17: 14. 
As the Holy One. 1 Sam. 2:2, with 

Acts 3: 14. 
As the Lord from heaven. 1 Cor. 

15:47. 
As Lord of the sabbath. Gen. 2: 3, 

with Mat. 12: 8. 
As Lord of all. Actsl0:.36. Rom. 10: 

11-13. 
As Son of God. Mat. 26 : 63-67. 
As the Only-begotten Son of the 

Father. Jno. 1 : 14, 18. Jno 3: 16, 

18. 1 Jno. 4:9. 
His blood is called the blood of God. 

Acts 20:28. 
As one with the Father. Jno. 10: 30, 

38. Jno. 12 : 45. Jno. 14 : 7—10. Jno- 

17:10. 
As sending the Spirit, equally with 

the Father. Jno. 14 : 16, with Jno. 

15 : 26. 
As entitled to equal honor with the 

Father. Jno. 5 : 23. 



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As Owner ot all things, equally with 

the Father. Jno. 16 : lo. 
As unrestricted by the law of the 

sabbath, equally with the Father. 

Jno. 5 : 17. 
As the Source of grace, equally with 

the Father. 1 The. 3:11. 2 The. 2 : 

16, 17. 
As unsearchable, equally with the 

Father. Pro. 30:4. Mat. 11:27. 
As Creator of all things. Isa. 40: 28. 

Jno. 1:3. Col. 1:16. Heb. 1 : 2. 
As Supporter and Preserver of all 

things. Neh. 9:6, with Col. 1:17. 

Heb. 1:3. 
As possessed of the fulness of the 

Godhead. Col. 2 : 9. Heb. 1 : 3. 
As raising the dead. Jno. 5: 21. Jno. 

6:40,54. 
As raising Himself from the dead. 
• Jno. 2:19, 21. Jno. 10: 18. 
As Eternal. Isa. 9 : 6. Mic. .5 : 2 Jno. 

1:1. Col. 1 : 17. Heb. 1 : 8—10. Rev. 1 : 8. 
As Omnipresent. Mat. 18:20. Mat. 

28 : 20. Jno. 3 : 13. 
As Omnipotent. Psa.45:3. Phi. 3: 

21. Rev. 1:8. 

As Omniscient. Jno. 16 : 30. Jno. 21 : 17. 

As discerning the thoughts of the 

heart. 1 Kin. 8: 39, with Luke 5: 

22. Eze. 11:5, with Jno. 2:24,25. 
Rev. 2:23. 

As unchangeable. Mai. 3: 6, with 

Heb. 1 : 12. Heb. 13 : 8. 
As having power to forgive sins. Col. 

3:13, with Mar. 2: 7,10. 
As Giver of pastors to the Church. 

Jer. 3 : 15, with Eph. 4 : 11—13. 
As Husband of the Church. Isa. 54: 

5, with Eph. 5 : 25—32. Isa 62 : 5, 

with Rev. 21 : 2, 9. 
As the object of divine worship. Acts 

7:59. 2 Cor. 12:8,9. Heb. 1:6. 

Rev. 5:12. 
As the object of faith. Psa. 2:12, 

with 1 Pet. 2 : 6. Jer. 17 : 5, 7, with 

Jno. 14:1. 
As God, He redeems and purifies the 

Church unto Himself. Rev. 5: 9, 

with Tit. 2: 14. 
As God, He presents the Church to 

Himself. Eph. 5 : 27, with Jude 24, 25. 
Saints live unto Him as God, Rom. 

6:11, and Gal. 2: 19, with 2 Cor. 

5: 15. 
Acknowledged by His Apostles. Jno. 

20:28. 
Acknowledged by Old Testament 

saints. Gen. 17: 1, with Gen. 48: 

15, 16. Gen. 32: 24—30, with Hos. 

12:3-5. Jude 6: 22-24. Jude 13: 

21,22. Job 19: 25-27. 

Christ, the Head of the Church. 

Predicted. Psa. 118: 22, with Mat. 
21: 42. 



Appointed by God. Eph. 1 : 22. 
Declared by Himself. Mat. 21 : 42. 
As His mystical body. Eph. 4: 12, 15 

Eph. 5:23. . 
Has the pre-eminence in all things. 

1 Cor. 11 : 3. Eph. 1 : 22. Col. 1 : 18. 
Commissioned His Apostles. Mat. 10: 

1,7= Mat. 28:19. Jno. 20:21. 
Instituted the sacraments. Mat. 28: 

19. Luke 22 : 19, 20. 

Imparts gifts. Psa. 68:' 18, with Eph. 

4:8. 
Saints are complete in. Col. 2:10. 
Perverters of the truth do not hold. 

Col. 2 : 18, 19. 

Christ, the High Priest. 

Appointed and called by God. Heb. 

3:1,2. Heb. 5: 4,5. 
After the order of Melchizedek. Psa. 

110: 4, with Heb. 5: 6. Heb. 6: 20. 

Heb. 7: 15, 17. 
Superior to Aaron and the Levitical 

priests. Heb. 7: 11, 16, 22. Heb. 8: 

1, 2, 6. 
Consecrated with an oath. Heb. 7: 

20, 21. 

Has an unchangeable priesthood. 

Heb. 7 : 23, 28. 
Is of unblemished purity. Heb. 7: 

26, 28. 
Faithful. Heb. 3:2. 

Needed no sacrifice for Himself. 

Heb. 7 : 27. 
Offered Himself a sacrifice. Heb. 9: 

14, 26. 
His sacrifice superior to all others. 

Heb. 9:13, 14, 23. 
Offered sacrifice but ones. Heb. 7 : 

27. Heb. 9 : 25, 26. 

Made reconciliation. Heb. 2:17. 
Obtained redemption for us. Heb. 

9:12. 
Entered into heaven. Heb. 4: 14. 

Heb. 10:12. 
Sympathizes with those who are 

tempted. Heb. 2: 18. Heb. 4: 15. 
Intercedes. Heb. 7: 2.5. Heb. 9: 24. 
Blesses. Num. 6 : 23—26, with Acts 3 : 

26. 
On His throne. Zee. 6:13. 
Appointment of, and encouragement 

to steadfastness. Heb. 4: 14. 
Typified. Melchizedek, Gen. 14 : IS— 20. 

Aaron, <&c. Exo. 40 : 12—15. 

Christ, the King. 

Foretold. Num. 24 : 17. Psa. 2 : 6. Psa. 

45th. Isa. 9: 7. Jer. 23: 5. Mic. 5:2. 
Glorious. Psa. 24:7-10. 1 Cor. 2:8. 

Jas. 2: 1. 
Supreme. Psa. 89: 27. Rev. 1: ,5. Rev. 

19:16. 
Sits in the throne of God. Rev. 3 : 21, 



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Sits on the throne of David. Isa. 9 : 7. 

Eze. 37: 24, 25. Luke 1: 32. Acts 

2:30 
Is King of Zion. Psa. 2 : 6. Isa. .52 : 

7. Zee. 9: 9. Mat. 21:5. Jno. 12: 
12-15. 

Has a righteous kingdom. Psa. 45: 
6, with Heb. 1 : 8, 9. Isa. 32 : 1. Jer. 
23:5. 

Has an everlasting kingdom. Dan. 
2 : 44. Dan. 7 : 14. Luke 1 : 33. 

Has an universal kingdom. Psa. 2: 

8. Psa. 72: 8. Zee. 14: 9. Rev. 11: 15. 
His kingdom not of this world. Jno. 

18 : 36. 
Saints, the subjects of. Col. 1 : 13. Rev. 

15 : 3. 
Saints receive a kingdom from. Luke 

22 : 29, 30. Heb. 12 : 28. 
Acknowledged by 

The wise men from the East. Mat. 
2: 2. 

Nathanael. Jno. 1 : 49. 

His followers. Luke 19: 38. Jno. 
12: 13. 
Declared by Himself. Mat. 25: 34. 

Jno. 18:37. 
Written on His cross Jno. 19: 19. 
The Jews shall seek unto. Hos. 3: 5. 
Saints shall behold. Isa. 33:17. Rev. 

22 : 3, 4. 
Kings shall do homage to. Psa. 72 : 

10. Isa. 49:7. 
Shall overcome all His enemies. Psa. 

110: 1. Mar. 12: 36. 1 Cor. 15:25. 

Rev. 17:14. 
Typified. 3Ielohizedek, Gen. 14: 18. 

David, 1 Sam. 16: 1, 12, 13, with 

Luke 1 : 32. Solomon, 1 Chr. 28 : 6, 7. 

Christ, the Mediator. 

In virtue of His atonement. Eph. 2 : 

13—18. Heb. 9 : 15. Heb. 12 : 24. 
The only One between God and man. 

1 Tim. 2:5. 
Of the gospel covenant. Heb. 8:6. 

Heb. 12 : 24. 
Typified. Moses, Deu. 5: 5. Gal. 3: 

19. ^laron, Num. 16: 48. 

Christ, the Prophet. 

Foretold. Deu. 18: 15, 18. Isa. 52:7. 

Nah. 1 : 15. 
Anointed with the Holy Ghost. Isa. 

^":1. Isa. 61: 1, with Luke 4: 18. 

jno. 3: 34. 
Alone knows and reveals God. Mat, 

11 : 27. Jno. 3 : 2, 13, 34. Jno. 17 : 6, 

14,26. Heb. 1:1, 2. 
Declared His doctrine to be that of 

the Father. Jno. 8 : 26, 28. Jno. 12 : 

49, 50. Jno. 14 : 10, 24. Jno. 15 : 15. 

Jno. 17 : 8, 16. 
Preached the gospel, and worked 



miracles. Mat. 4: 23. Mat. 11: 5. 

Luke 4: 43. 
Foretold things to come. Mat. 24 

3—35. Luke 19: 41, 44. 
Faithful to His trust. Luke 4: 43. 

Jno. 17: 8 Heb. 3: 2. Rev. 1: 5. 

Rev. 3:14. 
Abounded in wisdom. Luke 2: 40, 

47.52. Col 2:3. 
Mighty in deed and word. Mat. 13: 

54. Mar. 1 : 27. Luke 4 : 32. Jno. 

7:46. 
Meek and unostentatious in His 

teaching. Isa. 42: 2. Mat. 12: 

17—20. 
God commands us to hear. Deu. 18 : 

15. Matt. 17 : 25. Acts 3 : 22. Acts 

7:37. 
God will severely visit our neglect of. 

Deu. 18 : 19. Acts 3 : 23. Heb. 2 : 3. 
Typified. Sloses, Deu. 18: 15. 

Christ, the Shepherd. 

Foretold. Gen. 49: 24. Isa. 40: 11. 

Eze. 34:23. Eze. 37:24. 
The chief. 1 Pet. 5 : 4. 
The good. Jno. 10:11,14. 
The great. Mic. 5 : 4. Heb. 13 : 20. 
His sheep 
He knows. Jno. 10: 14, 27. 
He calls. Jno. 10 : 3. 
He gathers. Isa. 40: 11. Jno. 10: 16. 
He guides. Psa. 23: 3. Jno. 10: 

3,4. 
He feeds. Psa. 23:1, 2. Jno. 10:9. 
He cherishes tenderly. Isa. 40: 11. 
He protects and preserves. Jer. 
31: 10. Eze. 34: 10. Zee. 9: 16. 
Jno. 10:28. 
He laid down His life for. Zee. 13 : 
7. Mat. 26: 31. Jno. 10: 11, 15. 
Acts 20: 28. 
He gives eternal life to. Jno. 
10:28. 
Typified. David 1 Sam. 16: 11. 

Church, The. 

Belongs to God. 1 Tim. 3 : 15. 

The body of Christ. Eph. 1 : 23. Col. 

1 : 24. 
Christ, the foundation-stone of. 1 

Cor. 3: 11. Eph. 2: 20. 1 Pet. 2: 4, 6. 
Christ, the head of. Eph. 1 : 22. Eph. 

5 : 23. 
Loved by Christ. So. of Sol. 7: 10. 

Eph. 5 : 25. 
Purchased by the blood of Christ. 

Acts 20 : 28. Eph. 5 : 25. Heb. 9 : 12. 
Sanctified and cleansed by Christ. 

1 Cor. 6:11. Eph. 5:26,27. 
Subject to Christ. Rom. 7 : 4. Eph, 

5:24. 
The object of the grace of God. Isa. 

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Displays the wisdom of God. Eph. 

3:10. 
Shews forth the praises of God. Isa. 

60:6. 
God defends. Psa. 89: 18. Isa. 4: 5. 

Isa. 40:25. Mat. 16: 18. 
God provides ministers for. Jer. 3 : 

15. Eph. 4:11,12. 
Glory to be ascribed to God by. Eph. 

3:21. 
Elect. 1 Pet. 5 : 13. 
Glorious. Psa. 45 : 13. Eph. 5 : 27. 
Clothed in righteousness. Rev. 19: 8. 
Believers continually added to, by 

the Lord. Acts 2 : 47. Acts 5 : 14. 

Acts 11:24. 
Unity of. Rom. 12:5. 1 Cor. 10:17. 

1 Cor. 12:12. Gal. 3:28. 
Saints baptized into, by one Spirit. 

1 Cor. 12:13. 
Ministers commanded to feed. Acts 

20:28. 
Is edified by the word. 1 Cor. 14 : 4, 

13. Eph. 4 : 15, 16. 

The wicked persecute. Acts 8: 1 — 3 

1 The. 2 : 14, 15. 
Not to be despised. 1 Cor. 11 :22. 
Defiling of, will be punished. 1 Cor. 

3:17. 
Extent of, predicted. Isa. 2 : 2. Eze. 

17:22—24. Dan. 2:34,35. Hab. 2:14. 

Church of Israel. 

Established by God. Deu. 4: 5—14. 

Deu. 26: 18, with Acts 7: 35, 38. 
Admission into, by circumcision. Gen. 

17 : 10-14. 
All Israelites members of. Rom. 9: 4. 
Was relatively holy. Exo. 31: 13. 

Num. 16:3. 
Had 

* An appointed place of worship. 
Deu. 12: 5. 
Appointed ordinances. Exo. 18 : 20. 

Hcb. 9:1,10. 
Appointed feasts. Lev. 23: 2. Isa. 

1: 14. 
An ordained ministry. Exo. 29:9. 

Don. 10: 8. 
The divine presence manifested in 
it. Exo. 29: 45, 46. Lev. 26: 11, 
12. 1 Kin. 8:10, 11. 
A spiritual church within it. Rom. 
9:0-8. Rom. 11:2-7. 
In covenant with God. Deu. 4: 13, 

23. Acts 3: 25. 
The deiDOsitory of holy writ. Rom. 

3: 2. 
Called the 
Congregation of Israel. Exo. 12 : 

47. Lev. 4:13. 
Congregation of the Lord. Num. 
27 : 17. Num. 31 : 16. 
Privileges of. Rom. 9: 4. 
Proselytes admitted into. Num. 9: 

14. Num.15: 15, 29. 



Supported by the people. Exo. 34 : 

20. Deu. 16: 17. 
Worship of, consisted in 
Sacrifice. Exo. 10: 25. Lev. 1: 2. 

Heb. 10: 1. 
Prayer. Exo. 24: 1. Psa. 5: 7. Psa. 

95: 6. 
Praise. 2 Chr. 5: 13. 2 Chr. 30: 21. 
Reading God's word. Exo. 24: 7. 

Deu. 31:11. 
Preaching. Neh. 8 : 4, 7. 
Attachment of the Jews to. Juo. 9 : 

28, 29. Acts 6: 11. 
Members of 
Required to know its statutes. 

Lev. 10: 11. 
Required to keep its statutes. Deu. 

16: 12. 
Required to attend its worship. 

Exo. 23 : 17. 
Separated from, while unclean. 

Lev. 13: 46. Lev. 15: W. Num. 

5: 2-4. 
Excommunicated for heavy of- 
fences. Num. 15: 30, 31. Num. 

19: 20. 
Persons excluded from. Exo. 12: 48. 

Deu. 23: 1-4. Eze. 44: 7. 9. 
A typo of the church of Christ. Gal. 
4:24-26. Heb. 12:23. 

Circumcision. 

Instituted by God. Gen. 17 : 9, 10. 
Described. Gen. 17: 11. Exo. 4: 25. 
Enforced by the law. Lev. 12: 3, with 

Jno. 7 : 22. 
Called the 
Covenant of circumcision. Acts 

7:8. 
Circumcision in the flesh. Eph. 

2 : 11. 
Concision. Phi. 3: 2. 
A painful and bloody rite. Exo. 4 : 

26. Jos. 5: 8. 
Promises to Abraham previous to. 

Rom. 4:9, 13. 
A seal of the covenant. Gen. 17: 11. 

Rom. 4: 11. 
Introductory Jewish sacrament. Gal. 

5:3. 
Outward sign of. Rom. 2: 28. 
Inward grace of. Rom. 2 : 29. 
Necessary to enjoying the privileges 
of the Jewish Church. Exo. 11 : 48. 
Eze. -44: 7. 
Was performed 
On males home-born and bought. 

Gen. 17 : 12, 13. 
On the eighth day. Gen. 17: 12. 

Lev. 12: 3. 
Even on the sabbath day. Jno. 7 : 

22 23 
with" knives of flint. Exo. 4 : 25. 

Jos. 5: 3. hnarg.) 
By the heads of families. Gen. 17: 
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By persons in authority. Jos. 5:3. 

In tlie preseiico of the family, &c. 
Luke 1 : hS — 01 . 
Accompanied with naming the chihi. 

Gen. 21 : 3, 4. Luke 1 : .ji). Luke 2 : 21. 
First performed ou Abraham and his 

family. Gen. 17 : 24—27. 
Not performed in the wilderness. 

Jos. 5 : ."). 
Performed by Joshua at Gilgal. Jos. 

5:2,7. 
Punishment for neglecting. Gen, 17: 

14. Exo. 4 : 24, 2(1. 

Without faith, vain. Rom. 3: 30. 

Gal. 5 : C. 
Without obedience, vain. Rom. 2 : 

25. 1 Cor. 7 : 19. 
The jews 
Denominated by. Acts 10: 45. Gal. 

2: 9. 
Held it unlawful to intermarry 
with those not of the. Gen. 34: 
14. Jud. 14:3. 
Held no intercourse with those not 
of the. Acts 10: 28. Acts 11:3. 
Gal. 2:12. 
Despised as unclean those not of 
the. 1 Sam. 14:6. 1 Sam. 17:26. 
Mat. 15:26, 27. Eph. 2:11. 
Sometimes performed on slain ene- 
mies. 1 Sam. 18: 25-27. 2 Sam. 3: 14. 
Abolished by the gospel. Eph. 2: 11, 

15. Col. 3:11. 

Performed on Timothy as a matter 

of expediency because of the Jews 

Acts 10: 3. 
Necessity of, denied by Paul. Gal. 

2t 3-5. 
Necessity of, asserted by false teach- 
ers. Acts 15: 24. Gal. 6: 12. Tit. 

1 : 10. 
Trusting to, a denial of Christ. Gal. 
• 3:3,4, with Gal. 5 : 3, 4. 
Paul denounced for opposing. Avts 

21:21. 
Saints the true spiritual. Phi. 3: 3. 

Col. 2:11. 
Illustr.\tive of 

Readiness to hear and obey. Jer. 
0:10. 

Purity of heart. Deu. 10: 16. Deu. 
30:6. 

Purity of speech. Exo. 0: 12. 

Cities. 

First mention of. Gen. 4 : 17. 
Designed tor habitations. Psa. 107 : 

7, 30. 
Often built to perpetuate a name. 

Gen. 11: 4. 
Often founded and enlarged by blood 

and rapine. Mic. 3: 10. Hab. 2: 12. 
Built 

Of brick and slime. Gen. 11 : 3. 

Of stone and wood. Psa. 102: 14. 
Eze. 26 : 12. 



Of brick and mortar. Exo. 1 : 11, 14. 

On solid foundations. Ezr. 6: 3. 
R(-v. 21:14. 

Wit h compactness. Psa. 122 : 3. 

Often of a square form. Rev. 21 : 16. 

Beside rivers. Psa. 46: 4. Psa. 1.37 : 1. 

On hills. Mat. 5: 14. Luke 4: 29. 
Rev. 17 : 9. 

In plains. Gen. 11 : 2, 4. Gen. 13 : 12. 

In desert places. 2 Chr. 8: 4. Psa. 
107 : 35, 36. 

In pleasant situations. 2 Kin. 2: 
19. Psa. 48:2. 
.Arranged in streets and lanes. Num. 

22: 39. (mary.) Zee. 8:5. Luke 14: 21. 
Entered through gates. Gen. 34: 24. 

Neh. 13 : 19, 22. 
Surrounded with walls. Deu. 1 : 28. 

Deu. 3:5. 
Often fortified by nature. Psa. 125 : 

2. Isa. 33 : 16. 
Often fortified by art. 2 Chr. 11: 

5-10, 23. Psa. 48: 12, 13. Jer. 4: 5. 

Dan. 11 : 15. 
Sometimes had suburbs. Num. 35: 

2. Jos. 21 : 3. 
Were called after 

The family of the founder. Gen. 4: 
17. Jud. 18:29. 

The proprietor of the land. 1 Kin. 
16:24. 

The country in which built. Dan. 
4 : 29, 30. 
Numerous. Jos. 15: 21. 1 Chr. 2: 22. 

Jer. 2 : 28. 
Densely inhabited. Jon. 4:11. Nah. 

3: 8. 
Often great and goodly. Gen. 10: 12. 

Deu. 6: 10. Dan. 4: 30. Jon. 3: 3. 
Often of great antiquity. Gen. 10: 11- 

12. 
Often insignificant. Gen. 19 : 20. Ecc. 

9:14. 
Different KINDS of; 

Royal. Num. 21: 26. Jos. 10: 2. 2 
Sam. 12:26. 

Fenced. Jos. 10: 20. Isa. 30: 1. 

Treasure. Exo. 1 : 11. 

Commercial. Isa. 23: 11. Eze. 27 : 3. 

Chariot. 2 Chr. 1: 14. 2 Chr. 9: 25. 

Store. 2Chr. 8:4, 6. 

Lovitical. Lev. 25 : 32, 33. Num. 35 : 
7, 8. 

Refuge. Num. 35:0. 
Inhabitants of, called citizens. Acts 

21 : 39. 
Prosperity of, increased by commerce. 

Gen. 49: 13, with Deu. 33: 18, 19. 

Eze. 28:. 5. 
Artificial mode of supplying water to. 

2 Kin. 18: 17. 2 Kin. 20: 20. 
Infested by dogs. 1 Kin. 14: 11. Psa. 

59 : 0, 14. 
Under governors. 2 Chr. 33: 14. 2 

Cor. 31:32. 
Provided with judges. Deu. 16: 18. 

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Protected at night by watchmen. 

Psa 127 : 1 So. of Sol. 5 : 7. Isa. 21 : 

11. 
Furnished with stores. 2 Chr. 11 : 11, 

12. 
Garrisoned in war. 2 Chr. 17 : 2, 19. 
Often had citadels. Jud. 9 : ol. 
A great defence to a country. 2 Chr. 

11:5. 
Afforded refuge in times of danger. 

Jer. 8:11-16. 
Often deserted on the approach of an 

enemy. 1 Sam. 31 : 7. Jer, 4 : 29. 
Weke frequently 

Stormed. Jos. 8:3— 7. Jud. 9:44. 

Besieged. Deu. 28 : 52. 2 Kin. 19 : 24, 
25. 

Pillaged. Isa. 13 : 16. Jer. 20 : 5. 

Wasted by pestilence. 1 Sam. 5: 11. 

Wasted by famine. Jer. 52 : 6. Amos 
4:6. 

Depopulated. Isa. 17 : 9. Eze. 26: 19. 

Burned. Jud. 20: 38, 40. Isa. 1 : 7. 

Made heaps of ruins. Isa. 25 : 2. 

Razed and sown with salt. Jud. 9 : 
45. 
DiiTiculty of taking, alluded to. 

Pro. 18 : 19. Jer. 1 : 18, 19. 
Perishable nature of. Heb 13: 14. 
Illustrative of 

Saints. Mat. 5: 14. 

Visible church. So. of Sol. 3:2,3. 
Eev. 11:2. 

Church triumphant. Rev. 21 : 2. 
Rev. 22 : 19. 

Heavenly inheritance. Heb. 11 : 16. 

The apostacy. Rev. 16: 10. Rev. 17: 
18. 

Riches. Pro. 10: 15. 



Cities of Refuge. 



Design of. Exo. 21: 13. Num. 35: 11. 

Jos. 20:3. 
Names &c. of. Deu. 4: 41—43. Jos. 20: 

7,8. 
Required to be 
Easy of access. Deu. 19:3. Isa. 62: 

10. 
Open to all manslayers. Jos. 20: 4. 
Strangers might take advantage of. 

Num. So : 15. 
Those admitted to. 
Were put on their trial. Num. 

35:12,24. 
Not protected outside of. Num.35: 

20 : 27. 
Obliged to remain in, until the 
high priest's death. Num. 35 :25, 
28. 
Afforded no asylum to murderers. 

Exo. 21 : 14. Num. 35 : 16—21. 
Illustrative 
Of Christ. Psa. 91 : 2. Isa. 25 : 4. 
Of the hope of the gospel. Heb. 
6:18, 



(The way to,) of Christ. Isa. 35: 8, 
Jno. 14:6. 

Clouds. 

Formed from the sea. 1 Kin. 18:44, 

Amos 9 : 6. 
Are the garment of the sea. Job 38:9, 
God 

Established. Prov. 8 : 28. 

Balanced in the air. Job. 37 : 16. 

Disposed in order. Job 37 : 15. 

Brings over the earth. Gen. 9:14, 

Binds up. Job 26: 8. 

Spreads out. Job 26 : 9. 

Scatters. Job 37: 11. 
Power and wisdom of God exliibited 

informing. Psa. 1.35:6,7. Psa. 147: 

5, 8. Jer. 10 : 13. Jer. 51 : 16. 
Power and wisdom of God exhibited 

in condensing. Job 36 : 27, 28. Job 

37: 10,- 11. Pro. 3:20. 
Made for the glory of God. Psa. 148 : 4. 
Called the 

Clouds of heaven. Dan. 7 : 13. Mat. 
24:30. 

Windows of heaven. Gen. 7:11. Isa. 
24:18. 

Bottles of heaven. Job 38 : 37. 

Chambers of God. Psa. 104:3, 13. 

Waters above the firmament. Gen. 
1:7. 

Dust of God's feet. Nah. 1 : 3. 
Different kinds of, mentioned; 

White. Rev. 14 : 14. 

Bright. Job37:ll. Zee. 10:1. 

Thick. Job. 22 : 14. Job 37 : 11." 

Black. 1 Kin. 18:4.5. 

Swift. Isa. 19:1. 

Great. Eze. 1 : 4. 

Small. 1 Kin. 18:44. 
Often cover the heavens. Psa. 147 : 8. 
Often obscure the sun, &c. Job. 36 : 

32. Eze. 32 : 7. 
Often dispersed by the wind. Hos. 

13:3. 
Uses of; 

To give rain. Jud. 5:4. Psa. 104: 
13, 14. 

To supply dew. Pro. 3: 20. Isa. 
18:4. 

To moderate heat. Isa. 25 : 5. 
From the west, bring rain. Luke 12 : 

54. 
Though small, often bring much rain. 

1 Kin. 18:44, 45. 
Thunder and lightning come from. 

Psa. 77 : 17, 18. 
The rainbow appears in. Gen. 9:13, 

14. 
Frequently the instruments of God's 

judgments. Gen. 7:11,12. Job. 37: 

13. Psa. 77:17. 
Man 

Ignorant of the spreading of. Job. 
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Ignorant of the disposing of. Job 

37 : 15. 
Ignorant of the balancing of. Job 

37 : 16. 
Cannot number. Job 38 : 37. 
Cannot cause to rain. Job 38 : 34. 
Cannot stay. Job 38 : 37. 
Illustrative 
Of multitudes of persons. Isa. GO: 

8. Heb. 12:1. 
Of hostile armies. Jer. 4:13. Eze. 

38 : 9, 16. ^ 
Of sins of men. Isa. 44 : 22. 
Of judgments of God. Lam. 2:1. 

Eze. 30:. 3. Eze. 34:12. Joel 2: 2. 
Of unsearchablenessof God. 2 Sam. 

22:12. Psa. 97:2. Eze. 1:4. 
(Riding upon,) of the power and 

greatness of God. Psa. 104 : 3. 

Isa. 19:1. 
(Passing away,) of the goodness 

and prosperity of hypocrites. 

Hos. 6 : 4. Hos. 13 : 3. 
(Without water,) of false teachers. 

Jude 12 V. 
(Carried away by a tempest,) of 

false teachers. 2 Pet. 2 : 17. 
(Without rain,) of the fraudulent. 

Pro. 25 : 14. 
(A morning without, )of wise rulers. 

2Sam. 23:3, 4. 
(When seasonable,) of the favor of 

good rulers. Pro. 16: 15. 

Cloud of Glory. 

First manifestation of. Exo. 13 : 20, 21. 
Called 

The cloud. Exo. 34:5. 

Pillar of cloud and pillar of fire. 
Exo. 13 : 22. 

Cloudy pillar. Exo. .33 : 9, 10. 

Cloud of the Lord. Num. 10 : 84. 

The presence of God. Exo. 33 : 14, 15. 
God's glory manifested in. Exo. 16: 

10. Exo. 40 : 35. 
God came down in. Exo. 34: 5. Num 
. 11 : 25. 
God spoke from. Exo. 24:16. Psa. 

99 : 7. 
Was designed to 

Regulate the movements of Israel. 
Exo. 40 : 36, 37. Num. 9 : 17—25. 

Guide Israel. Exo. 13 : 21. Neh. 
9:19. 

Shew light to Israel. Psa. 78: 14. 
Psa. 105 : 39. 

Defend Israel. Exo. 14:19. Psa. 
105 : 39. 

Cover the tabernacle. Exo. 40: 34. 
Num.9: 15. 
Was dark to the enemies of Israel. 

Exo. 14 : 20. 
Was the Shekinah over the mercy- 
seat. Lev. 16: 2. 
Continued during the jourueyings of 

Israel. Exo. 13 : 22. Exo. 40 : 38. 



Manifested in the temple of Solomon 
1 Kin. 8 : 10, 11. 2 Clir. 5 : 13. Eze 
10:4. 
Special appearances of; 
At the murmuring for bread. Exo 

16 : 10. 
At giving of the law. Exo. 19: 9, 16 

Exo. 24 : 16-18. 
At sedition of Aaron and Miriam 

Num. 12:5. 
At the murmuring of Israel on re 

port of the spies. Num. 14: 10, 
At the rebellion of Korah, &c. 

Num. 16:19. 
At the murmuring of Israel on ac 

count of Korah's death. Num 

16:42. 
At Christ's transfiguration. Mat 

17:5. 
At Christ's ascension. Acts 1 : 9. 
Our Lord shall make His second ap 
pearance in. Luke 21:27. Acts 1: 11 
Illustrative of 
The glory of Christ. Rev. 10 : 1. 
The protection of the church. Isa. 

4:5. 

Commandments, The Ten. 

Spoken by God. Exo. 20:1, Deu. 5: 

4,22. 
Written by God. Exo. 32:16. Exo. 

34 : 1 , 28. Deu. 4:13. Deu. 10 : 4. 
Enumerated. Exo. 20:3— 17. 
Summed up by Christ. Mat. 22: 

35—40. 
Law of, is spiritual. Mat. 5: 28. Rom. 

7:14. (See Law of God.) 

Commerce. 

The barter of one commodity for an- 
other 1 Kin. 5:8, with 11 V. 
The exchange of commodities for 

money. 1 Kin. 10: 28, 29. 
Called 

Trade. Gen. 34 : 10. Mat. 25 : 16. 

Traffic. Gen. 42 : 34. Eze. 17 : 4. 

Buying and selling. Jas. 4 : 13, 
Articles of, called 

Merchandise. Eze. 26: 12. Mat. 22: 5. 

Wares. Jer. 10:17. Eze. 27:16. 
Jon. 1 : 5. 
Persons engaged in, called 

Merchants. Gen. 37 : 28. Pro. 31 : 24. 

Chapmen. 2 Chr. 9 : 14. 

Traffickers. Isa. 23:8. 

Sellers and buyers. Isa. 24 : 2. 
Carried on in fairs, &c. Eze. 27:12, 

19. Mat. 11 : 16. 
Inland, by caravans. Job 6: 19. Isa. 

21:13. 
Maritime, by ships. 2 Chr. 8:18. 2 

Chr. 9:21. 
Persons of distinction engaged in. 

Isa. 23:8. 



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Increased the wealth of nations and 

individuals. 2 Chr. 9: 20— 22. Pro. 

31:14—18. Eze. 28:4, 5. 
Carried on by 

Islunaelites. Gen. 37:25. 

Egyptians. Gen. 42 : 2—34. 

Ethiopians. Isa. 45 : 14. 

Ninevites. Nali. 3:16. 

Syrians. Eze. 27 : 16, 18. 

People of Tarshish. Eze. 27 : 25. 

Tyrians. Eze. 28 : 5, 13, 16. 

Jews. Eze. 27:17. 
Of the jews • 

Under strict laws. Lev. 19:36, 37. 
Lev. 25:14, 17. 

Commenced after their settlement 
in Canaan. Gen. 49: 13, with Jud. 
5:17. 

Greatly extended by Solomon. 1 
Kin. 9:26, 27. 2 Chr. 9:21. 

Checked in Jehoshaphat's time. 1 
Kin. 22:48, 49. 
Success in, led to pride, &c. Eze. 28: 

2,16-18. 
Evil practices connected with. Pro. 

20 : 14. _ Eze. 22 : 13. Hos. 12 : 7. 
Denunciations connected with abuses 

of. Isa. 23:11. Eze. 7:12, 13. Eze. 

27 : 32—36. Eze. 28 : 16-18. 
Articles of; 

Blue cloth. Eze. 27 : 24. 

Brass. Eze. 27:13. 

Corn. 1 Kin. 5:11. Eze. 27 : 17. 

Cattle. Eze. 27: 21. 

Chests of rich apparel. Eze. 27 : 24. 

Chariots. 1 Kin. 10:29. 
' Clot hes for cha riots. Eze. 27 : 20. 

Embroidery. Eze. 27 : 16, 24. 

Gold. 2 Chr. 8:18. 

Honey. Eze. 27:17. 

Horses. 1 Kin. 10 : 29. Eze. 27 : 14. 

Ivory. 2 Chr. 9 : 21. Eze. 27 : 15. 

Iron and steel. Eze. 27 : 12, 19. 

Land. Gen. 23:13-16. Ruth 4 : 3. 

Lead. Eze. 27:12. 

Linen. 1 Kin. 10:28. 

Oil. 1 Kin. 5:11. Eze. 27:17. 

Perfumes. So. of Sol. 3 : 6. 

Precious stones. Eze. 27 : 16, 22. 
Eze. 28 : 13, 16. 

Purple. Eze. 27 : 16. 

Slaves. Gen. 37 : 28, 36. Deu. 24 : 7. 

Silver. 2 Chr. 9:21. 

Timber. 1 Kin. 5 : 6, 8. 

Tin. Eze. 27:12. 

White wool. Eze. 27:18. 

Wine. 2 Chr. 2 : 15. Eze. 27 : 18. 
JUustrative of intercourse with the 

apostacy. Eev. 18 : 3—19. 

Communion of Saints. 

According to the prayer of Christ, 
Jno. 17:20,21. 

Is WITH 

God. iJno. 1:3, 

Saints in heaven. Heb. 12:22—24. 



Each other. Gal. 2: 9. 1 Jno. 1 : 3, 7. 
God marks, with His approval. Mai. 

3: 16. 
Christ is present in. Mat. 18 : 20. 
In public and social worship. Psa. 

34:3. Psa. 55:14. Acts 1 : 14. Heb. 

10:25. 
In the Lord's supper. 1 Cor. 10: 17. 
In holy conversation. Mai. 3: 16. 
In prayer for each other. 2 Cor. 1 : 

11. Eph.0:18. 
In exhortation. Col. 3 : 16. Heb. 10: 25. 
In mutual comfort and edification. 

IThe. 4:18. 1 The. 5:11. 
In mutual sympathy and kindness. 

Rom. 12:15. Eph. 4:32. 
Delight of. Psa. 16: 3. Psa. 42: 4 

Psa. 133 : 1—3. Rom. 15 : 32. 
Exhortation to. Eph. 4 : 1—3. 
Opposed to communion with the 

wicked. 2 Cor. 6 : 14—17. Eph. 5 : 11. 
Exemplified. Jonathan, 1 bam. 23: 

16. David, Psa. 119: 63. Daniel, 

Dan. 2: 17, 18. Apostles, Acts 1 : 14. 

The Primitive Church, Acts 2: 42. 

Acts 5 : 12. Paul, Acts 20 : 36—38. 

Communion of the Lord's Supper. 

Prefigured. Exo. 12: 21-28. 1 Cor. 

5: 7, 8. 
Instituted. Mat. 26 : 26. 1 Cor. 11 : 23. 
Object of. Luke 22: 19. 1 Cor. 11 : 

24, 26. 
Is the communion of the body and 

blood of Christ. 1 Cor. 10 : 16. 
Both bread and wine are necessary 

to be received in. Mat. 26 : 27. 1 

Cor. 11 : 26. 
Self-examination commanded before 

partaking of. 1 Cor. 11 : 28, 31. 
Newness of heart and life necessary 

to the worthy partaking of. 1 Cor. 

5:7,8. 
Partakers of, should be wholly sep- 
arate unto God. 1 Cor. 10 : 21. 
Was continually partaken of, by the 

Primitive Church. Acts 2 : 42. Acts 

20:7. 
Unworthy Partakers of 

Are guilty of the body and blood 
of Christ. 1 Cor. 11 : 27. 

Discern not the Lord's body. 1 
Cor. 11 : 29. 

Are visited with judgments. 1 Cor. 
11 : 30. 

Communion with God. 

Is communion with the Father. 1 

Jno. 1:3. 
Is communion with the Son. 1 Cor. 

1:9. 1 Jno. 1:3. Rev. 3:20. 
Is communnion with the Holy Ghost. 

1 Cor. 12 : 13. 2 Cor. 13 : 14. Phi. 2 : \. 
Reconciliation must precede. Amos 

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Holiness Jj^sential to. 2 Cor. 6: 

14-10, i.flT 
Promisca to the obedient. Juo. 14 : 23. 

SAINT8 

Dcsiro. Tsa. 42:1. Phi. 1:23. 
Have, in meditation. Psa. 63:5, 6. 
Have, in prayer. Phi. 4:6. Heb. 

4 : lti._ 
Have, in the Lord's supper. 1 Cor. 

10 : 10. 
Sliould always enjoy. Psa. 16: 8. 

Jno. 14 : 16—18. 
Exemplified. Enoch, Gen. 5: 24. 
Noah, Qcn. 6: 9. Abraham, Gen. 18: 
33. Jacob, Gen. 32: 24—29. Moses, 
Exo. 33: 11-23. 

Compassion and Sympathy. 

Christ set an example of. Luke 19: 

41, 42. 
Exhortation to. Rom. 12 : 15. 1 Pet. 

3:8. 
Exercise towards 

The afflicted. Job 6: 14. Heb. 13: 3. 

The chastened. Isa. 22: 4. Jer. 9: 1. 

Enemies. Psa. 33 : 13. 

The poor. Pro. 19:17. 

The weak. 2 Cor. 11: 29. Gal. 6: 2. 

Saints. 1 Cor. 12: 25,20. 
Inseparable from love to God. 1 Jno. 

3 : 17. Jno. 4 : 20. 
Motives to 

The compassion of God. Mat. 13: 
27, 33. 

The sense of our infirmities. Heb. 
5: 2. 
The wicked made to feel, for saints. 

Psa. 106:46. 
Promise to those who show. Pro. 

19:17. Mat. 10: 42. 
Illustrated. Luke 10: 33. Luke 15: 20. 
Exemplified. Pharaoh''s Daiiyliter, 

Exo. 2: 6. Sliobi, d-c. 2 Sam. 17: 

27—29. Elijah, 1 Kin. 17: 18, 19. 

Nehemiah, Neh. 1 : 4. Job''s friends. 

Job 2: 11. Jo6, Job 30: 23. David, 

Psa. 35: 13, 14. Jews, Jno. 11: 19. 

Paul,l Cor. 9: 22. 

Compassion and Sympathy 

of Christ, The. 

jfecessary to His priestly office. Heb. 

5 : 2, with verse 7. 
Manifested for the 
Weary and heavy-laden. Mat. 11 : 

28-30. 
Weak in faith. Isa. 40: 11. Isa. 

42:3, with Mat. 12:20. 
Tempted. Heb. 2:18. 
AfiBicted. Luke 7: 13. Jno. 11: 

33, 35. 
Diseased. Mat. 14:14. Mar. 1:41. 
Poor. Mar. 8:2. 



Perishing sinners. Mat. 9: 30. Luke 
19:41. Jno. 3:16. 
An encouragement to prayer. Heb. 
4 : 15. 

Condemnation. 

The sentence of God against sin. 

Mat. 25:41. 
Universal, caused by the offence ox 

Adam. Rom. 3: 12, 10, 18. 
Inseparable consequence of sin. Pro. 

12:2. Rom.O: 23. 

iNCEEAfSED BY 

Impenitence. Mat. 11 : 20—24. 

Unbelief. John. 3: 18, 19. 

Pride. 1 Tim. 3:6. 

Oppression. Jas. 5:1 — 5. 

Hypocrisy. Mat. 23:14. 
Conscience testifies to the justice of. 

Job 9: 20. Rom. 2: 1. Tit. 3: 11. 
The law testifies to the justice of. 

Rom. 3:19. 
According to men's deserts. Mat. 12. 

37. 2 Cor. 11 : 13. 
Saints are delivered from, by Christ. 

Jno. 3:18. Jno. 5:24. Rom. 8:1, 

33 34. 
Of the wicked, an example. 2 Pet. 2: 

6. Jude 7. 
Chastisements are designed to res- 
cue us from. Psa 94:12,13. 1 Cor. 

11 : 32. 
Apostates ordained unto. Jude 4. 
Unbelievers remain under. Jno. 3: 

18, 36. 
The law is the ministration of. 2 Cor. 

3:9. 

Conduct, Christian. 

Believing God. Mar. 11 : 22. Juo. 14 : 

11, 12. 
Fearing God. Ecc. 12 : 13. 1 Pet. 2 : 17. 
Loving God. Deu. 6 : 5. Mat. 22 : 37. 
Following God. Eph. 3:1. 1 Pet. 1 : 

15, 16. 
Obeying God. Luke 1:6. 1 Jno. 5 : 3. 
Rejoicing in God. Psa. 33:1. Hab. 

3:18. 
Believing in Christ. Jno. 6: 29. 1 Juo. 

3 : 23. 
Loving Christ. Jno. 21 : 15. 1 Pet. 1 : 

7,8. 
Following the example of Christ. 

Jno. 13:15. IPet. 2:21 24. 
Obeying Christ. Jno. 14 : 21. Jno. 15 : 14.- 
Living 

To Christ. Rom. 14 : 8. 2 Cor. 5 : 15. 

Unto righteousness. Mic. 6 : 8. 
Rom. 6:18. 1 Pet. 2:24. 

Soberly, righteously, and godly. 
Tit. 2:12. 
Walking 

Honestly. 1 The. 4 : 12. 

Worthy of God. 1 The. 2 : 12. 

Worthy of the Lord. Col. 1 : 10. 



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In the Spirit. Gal. .") : 23. 

After the Spirit. Rom. 8 : 1. 

In newness of life. Rom. 6 : 4. 

Worthy of our vocation. Eph. 4: 1. 

As children of light. Eph. 5:8. 
Rejoicing in Christ. Phi.3:l Phi. 4: 4. 
Loving one another. Jno. 15: 12. 

Rom. 12: 10 1 Cor. 13. Eph. 5: 

2. Heb. 13:1. 
ytriviug for the faith. Phi. 1: 27. 

Jude 3. 
Putting away all sin. 1 Cor. 5: 7. 

Heb. 12:1. 
Abstaining from all appearance of 

evil. 1 The. 5 : 22. 
Perfecting holiness. Mat. 5: 48. 2. 

Cor. 7:1. 2 Tim. 3:17. 
Hating defilement. Jude 23. 
Following after that which is good. 

Phi. 4:8. 1 The. 5:15. 1 Tim. 6:11. 
Overcoming the world. 1 Jno. 5: 4, 5. 
Adorning the gospel. Mat. 5:16. Tit. 

2:10. 
Showing a good example. 1 Tim. 4: 

12. 1 Pet. 2:12. Tit. 2:7. 
Abounding in the work of the Lord. 

1 Cor. 15 : ,58. 2 Cor. 8 : 7. 1 The. 4 : 1. 
Shunning the wicked. Psa. 1:1. 2 

The. 3:6. 
Controlling the body. 1 Cor. 9: 27. 

Col. 3: 5. 
Subduing the temper. Eph. 4: 26. 

Jas. 1 : 19. 
Submitting to injuries. Mat. 5: 39— 

11. 1 Cor. 6:7. 
Forgiving injuries. Mat. 6: 14. Rom. 

12 : 20. 
Living peaceably with all. Rom. 12: 

18. Heb. 12:14. 
Visiting the afflicted. Mat. 25: 36. 

Jasl: 27. 
Doing as we would be done by. Mat. 

7:12. Luke 6:31. 
Sympathizing with others. Gal. 6: 2. 

1 The. 5 : 14. 
Honoring others. Psa. 15: 4. Rom. 

12:10. 
Fulfilling domestic duties. Eph. 6: 

1—8. 1 Pet. 3 : 1—7. 
Submitting to Authorities. Rom 13: 

1,-7. 
Being liberal to others. Acts 20: 35. 

Rom. 12: 13. 
Being contented. Phi. 4: 11 Heb. 

13:5. 
Blessedness of maintaining. Psa. 1 : 

1-3. Psa. 19: 9-11. Psa. ,50: 23. 

Mat. 5 : 3—12. Jno. 15 : 10. Jno. 7 : 17. 

Confessing Christ. 

Influences of the Holy Spirit neces- 
sary to. 1 Cor. 12: 3. 1 Jno. 4: 2. 

A test of being saints. 1 Jno. 2: 23. 1 
Jno. 4: 2, 3. 

An evidence of union with God. 1 
Jno. 4: 15. 



Necessary to salvation. Rom. 10: 
9,10. 

Ensures His confessing us. Mat. 
10:32. 

The fear of man prevents. Jno. 7 : 13. 
Jno. 12 : 42, 43. 

Persecution should not prevent us 
from. Mar. 8 : 35. 2 Tim. 2 : 12. 

Must be connected with faith. Rom 
10:9. 

Consequences of not. Mat. 10 : 33. 

Exemplified. Nathanael, Jno. 1 : 49. 
Peter, Jno. 6 : 68, 69. Acts 2 :-22— 36. 
Man born blind, Jno. 9 : 25, 33. Mar- 
tha, Jno. 11 : 27. Peter and John, 
Acts 4 : 7—12. Apostles, Acts 5 : 29— 
32, 42, Stephen. Acts 7 : .52, 59. Paul, 
Acts 9: 29. Timothy, 1 Tim. 6: 12. 
John, Rev. 1 : 9. Church in Ferga- 
mos. Rev. 2 : 13. Martyrs, Rev. 20 : 4. 

Confession of Sin. 

God requires. Lev. 5 : 5. Hos. 5 : 15. 
God regards. Job 33: 27,28. Dan. 9: 

20, &c. 
Exhortation to. Jos. 7:19. Jer. 3: 

13. Jas. 5:16. 
Promises to. Lev. 26: 40—42. Pro. 

28 : 13. 
Should be accompanied wtth 

Submission to punishment. Lev. 26: 
41. Neh. 9:33. Ezra 9: 13. 

Prayer for forgiveness. 2 Sam. 24 : 
10. Psa. 25:11. Psa. 51:1. Jer. 
14:7-9, 20. 

Self-abasement. Isa. 64 : 5, 6. Jer. 
3:25. 

Godly sorrow. Psa. 38: 18. Lara. 
1:20. 

Forsaking sin. Pro. 28 : 13. 

Restitution. Num. 5: 6, 7. 
Should be full and unreserved. Psa. 

32:5. Psa. 51:3. Psa. 106:6. 
Followed by pardon. Psa. 32: 5. 1 

Jno. 1 : 9. 
Illustrated. Luke 15: 21. Luke 18: 13. 
Exemplified. Aaron, Num. 12 : 11. 

Israelites, Num. 21 : 6, 7. 1 Sam. 7: 6. 

1 Sam. 12:19. Saul, 1 Sam. 15:24. 

David, 2 Sam. 24: 10. Ezra. Ezr.9:6. 

Nehemiah, Neh. 1 : 6, 7. Levites, Neh. 

9:4, 33, 34. Job, Job 7:20. Daniel, 

Dan. 9:4." Pc^ec, Luke 5: 8. Thief, 

Luke 23 : 41. 

Conscience. 

Witnesses in man. Pro. 20:27. Rom. 

2:15. 
Accuses of sin. Gen. 42:21. 2 Sam. 

24 : 10. Mat. 27 : 3. Acts 2 : 37. 
We should have the approval of. 

Job 27:6. Acts 24:16. Rom. 9:1. 

Rom. 14:22. 
The blood of Christ alone can purify. 

Heb. 9 : 14. Heb. 10 : 2—10, 22. 



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Koop the faith in purity of. 1 Tim. 

l:l'.t. 1 Tim. 3:9. 
Of saints, jniro and good. Heb. 13: 

18. 1 Pot. 3:16, 21. 
Submit to authority for. Rom. 13:5. 
Suffer patiently for. 1 Pet. 2: 19. 
Testimony of, a source of joy. 2 Cor. 

1:12. iJno. 3:21. 
Of others, not to be ofiFended. Rom. 

11:21. 1 Cor. 10:28-32. 
Ministers should commend them- 
selves to thai of their people. 2 Cor. 

4:2. 2 Cor. 5:11. 
Of the wicked, seared. 1 Tim. 4: 2. 
Of the wicked, defiled. Tit. 1 : 15. 
Without spiritual illumination, a 

false guide. Acts 23:1, with Acts 

26:9. 

Contempt. 

Sin of. Job 31 : 13, 14. Pro. 14 : 21. 

Folly of. Pro. 11:12. 

A characteristic of tlie wicked. Pro. 

18:3. Isa. 5:24. 2 Tim. 3:3. 
Forbidden towards 

Parents. Pro. 23 : 22. 

Christ's little ones. Mat. 18: 10. 

Weak brethren. Rom. 14 : 3. 

Yoving niiiiisters. 1 Cor. 16: 11. 

Believing masters. 1 Tim. 6: 2. 

The poor. Jas. 2 : 1—3. 
Self-righteousness prompts to. Isa. 

65:5. Luke 18: 9, 11. 
Pride and prosperity prompt to. Psa. 

123 : 4. 
Ministers shoukl give no occasion 

for. i Tim. 4: 12. 
Of ministers, is a despising of God. 

Luke 10 : 16. 1 The. 4 : 8. 
Towards the church 

Often turned into respect. Isa. 

60: 14. 

Often piuiished. Eze. 28:26. 
Causes saints to cry unto God. Neh. 

4 : 4. Psa. 123 : 3. 
The wicked exhibit towards 

Christ. Psa. 22 : 6. Isa. .53 : 3. Mat. 
27 : 29. 

Saints. Psa. 119: 141. 

Authorities. 2 Pet. 2 : 10. Jude 8. 

Parents. Pro. 15 : 5, 20. 

Theaiflicted. Jobl9:18. 

The poor. Psa. 14 : 6. Ecc. 9 : 16. 
Saints sometimes guilty of. Jas. 2 : 6. 
Exemplified. //(/(/« r. Gen. 16: 4. Chil- 
dren of Belial, 1 Sam. 10: 27. Nabal, 

1 Sam. 25: 10, 11. Michal, 2 Sam. 6: 

16. Sanballat, cC-c. Neh. 2 : 19. Neh. 

4 : 2, 3. False teachers, 2 Cor. 10 : 10. 

Contentment. 

With godliness is great gain. Psa. 
37:16. ITim. 6:6. 

ilAINTS SHOULD EXHIBIT 



In their respective callings. 1 Cor. 
7 : 20. 

With appointed wages. Luke 3 : 14. 

With what things they have. Heb. 
13 : 5. 

With food and raiment. 1 Tim. 6: 8. 
God's promises should lead to. Heb. 

13: 5. 
The wicked want. Isa. 5: 8. Ecc. 

5 : 10. 
Exemplified. Barzillai, 2 Sam. 19: 

33—37. Shunamife, 2 Kin. 4: 13. 

David, Psa. 16: 6. Agur, Pro. 30: 8, 

9. Paul, Phi. 4 : 11, 12. 

Conversion. 

By God. 1 Kin. 18: 37. Jno. 6: 44. 

Acts 21 : 19. 
By Christ. Acts 3: 26. Rom. 15: 18. 
By t he power of the Holy Ghost. Pro. 

1:23. 
Is of grace. Acts 11 : 21, with verse 2.3. 
Follows repentance. Acts 3 : 19. Acts 

26: 20. 
Is the result of faith. Acts 11: 21. 
Through the instrumentality of 

The scriptures. Psa. 19:7. 

Ministers. Acts 26 : 18. 1 The. 1 : 9. 

Self-examination. Psa. 119: 59. 
Lam. 3: 40. 

Affliction. Psa. 78: 34. 
Op sinners, a cause of joy. 

To God. Eze. 18 : 23. Luke 15 : .32. 

To saints. Acts 15: 3. Gal. 1: 2.3, 24. 
Is necessary. Mat. 18:3. 
Commanded. Job 36 : 10. 
Exhortations to. Pro. 1 : 23. Isa. 31 : 

6. Isa. 55:7. Jer. 3: 7. Eze. 33: 11. 
Promises connected with. Neli. 1 : 9. 

Isa. 1:27. Jer. 3:14. Eze. 18:27. 
Pray for. Psa. 80: 7. Psa. 85 : 4. Jer. 

31:18. Lam. 5: 21. 
Is accompanied by confession of sin, 

and prayer. 1 Kin. 8:35. 
Danger of neglecting. Psa. 7: 12. 

Jer. 44:5, 11. Eze. 3:19. 
Duty of leading sinners to. Psa. 51: 

13. 
Encouragement for leading sinners 

to. Dan. 12 : 3. Jas. 5 : 19, 20. 
Of Gentiles, predicted. Isa. 2: 2. Isa. 

11:10. Isa. 60:5. Isa. 66:12. 
Of Israel, predicted. Eze. 36 : 25—27. 

Counsels and purposes of 
God, The, 

Are great. Jer. 32 : 19. 

Are wonderful. Isa. 28: 29. 

Aro immutable. Psa. 33:11. Pro. 19: 

21. Jer. 4:28. Rom. 9: 11. Heb. 6:17. 
Aro sovereign. Isa. 40: 13, 14. Dan. 4: 

35. 
Are eternal. Eph. 3: 11. 
Are faithfulness and truth. Isa. 25 ; 1. 



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None can disannul. Isa. 14 : 27. 
Shall be ijerformed. Isa. 14:24. Isa. 

4iJ: 11. 
The sufferings and death of Christ 

were according to. Acts 2: 23. Acts 

4:28. 
Saints called and saved according to. 

Rom. 8: 28. 2 Tim. 1 : 9. 
The union of all saints in Christ, is 

according to. Eph. 1 : 9, 10. 
The works of God according to. Eph. 

1:11. 
Should be declared by ministers. Acts 

20:27. 
Attend to. Jer. 49: 20. Jer. 50: 45. 
Secret not to bo searched into. Deu. 

29:20. Mat. 24:36. Acts 1:7. 
The -wicked 

Understand not. Mic. 4:12. 

Despise. Isa. 5 : 19. 

Eeject. Luke 7 : 30. 

Courts of Justice. 

Have authority from God. Rom. 13: 
1-5. 

SCPEEIOE COURT 

Held first by Moses alone in the 
wilderness. Exo. 18 : 13— 20. 

Consisted subsequently of priests 
and Levites. Deu. 17 : 9, with 
Mai. 2:7. 

Presided over by the governor or 
the high priest. Deu. 17 : 12. Jud. 
4 ; 4, 5. 

Held at the seat of government. 
Deu. 17 : 8. 

Decided on all appeals and diffi- 
cult cases. Exo. 18 : 2G. Deu. 1 : 17. 
Deu. 17: 8, 9. 

Decisions of, conclusive. Deu. 17 : 
10.11. 
Inferior, 

In all cities. Deu. 16:18. 2 Chr. 
19 : 5-7. 

Held at the gates. Gen. 34 : 20. Deu. 
16:18. Deu. 21:19. Job 5: 4. 

Judges of, appointed by the govern- 
or. Exo. 18: 21, 25. Deu. 1 : 9-15. 
2 Sam. 15:3. 

All m inor cases decided by. Exo. 
18:26. 2 Sam. 15:4. 

All transfers of property made be- 
fore. Gen. 23: 17-20. Ruth 4: 
1.2. 
Re-established by Jehoshaphat. 2 

Chr. 19:5— 10. 
Re-established by Ezra. Ezr. 7 : 25. 
Sanhedrim or court of the sev- 
enty 

Probably derived from the seventy 
elders appointed by Moses. Exo. 
24 : 9. Num. 11 : 16, 17, 24—30. 

Mentioned in the latter part of sa- 
cred history. Luke 22:66. Jno. 
11:47. Acts 5: 27. 



Consisted of chief priests, &c. 

Mat. 26 : .57, 59. 
Presided over by high priest. Mat. 

26 : 62-66. 
Sat in high priest's palace. Mat. 

26:57, .58. 
Of the Romans in Judea 
Presided over by the governor or 

deputy. Mat. 27: 2, 11. Acts 18:12. 
Place of, called the hall of judg- 
ment. Jno. 18 : 28, 33. Jno. 19 : 9. 
Never interfered in any dispute 

about minor matters or about re- 
ligion. Acts 18: 14, 15. 
Could alone award death. Jno. 

18:31. 
Never examined their own citizens 

by torture. Acts 22 : 25—29. 
Appeals from, made to the emperor. 

Acts 25:11. Acts 26:32. Acts 

28 : 19. 
Generally held in the morning. Jer. 
21:12. Mat. 27:1. Luke 22:66. 
Acts 5: 21. 
Sometimes held in synagogues. Mat. 
10 : 17. Acts 22 : 19. Acts 26 : 11. Jas. 
2:2. (Greek.) 
Provided with 
Judges. Deu. 16:18. 
Officers. Deu. 16:18. Mat. 5:25. 
Tormentors or executioners. Mat. 

18 : 34. 
Judges of. 
Called elders. Deu. 25:7. 1 Sam. 

16: 4. 
Called magistrates. Luke 12:. 58. 
Rode often on white asses. Jud. 

5:10. 
To judge righteously. Lev, 19:15. 

Deu. 1 : 16. 
To judge without respect of per- 
sons. Exo. 23:3, 6. Lev. 19: 15. 

Deu. 1:17. Pro. 22:22. 
To investigate every case. Deu. 

19:18. 
Not to take bribes. Exo. 23 : 8. 

Deu. 16:19. 
To j udge as for God. 2 Chr. 19 : 6 J, 9. 
To decide according to law. Eze, 

44 : 24. 
To promote peace. Zee. 8 : 16. 
Sat on the judgment-seat while 

hearing causes. Exo. 18:13. Jud. 

5:10. Isa. 28:6. Mat. 27:19. 
Examined the parties. Acts 24: 8. 
Conferred together before giving 

judgment. Acts 5:34—40. Acts 

25:12. Acts 26: 30, 31. 
Pronounced the judgment of the 

court. Mat. 26: 65, 66. Luke 23: 

24. Acts 5: 40. 
Both the accusers and accused re- 
quired to appear before. Deu. f^: 
1. Acts 25 : 16. 
Causes in, were opened by 
The complainant. 1 Kin. 3: 17—21, 

Acts 16 : 19—21. 



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Au advocate. Acts 24 : 1. 
The accused 
Stood before the judge. Num. 35: 

12. Mat. 27:11. 
Permitted to plead their own 

cause. 1 Kiu. 3: 22. Acts 24: 10. 

Acts 26:1. 
Mi^ht have advocates. Pro. 31 : 8, 

SI. Isa. 1 : 17. 
Exhorted to confess. Jos. 7 : 19. 
Examined on oath. Lev. 5:1. Mat. 

26 : 63. 
Sometimes examined by torture. 

Acts 22: 24, 29. 
Sometimes treated with insult. 

Mat. 26 : 67. Jno. 18 : 22, 23. Acts 

23:2,3. 
The evidence of two or more wit- 
nesses required in. Deu. 17 : 6. 

Deu. 19:15. Jno. 8:17. 2 Cor. 

13:1. 
Witnesses sometimes laid their 

hands on the criminal's head 

before punishment. Lev. 24 : 14. 
False witnesses in to receive the pun- 
ishment of the accused. Deu. 19 : 19. 
Corruption and bribery often prac- 
tised in. Isa. 10:1. Amos 5:12. 
Amos 8 : 6. 
The judgment of, 
Not given till accused was heard. 

Juo. 7 : 51. 
Recorded in writing. Isa. 10:1. 

(marg.) 
Immediately executed. Deu. 25 : 2. 

Jos. 7 : 25. Mar. 15 : 15-20. 
Witnesses first to execute. Deu. 

17 : 7. Acts 7 : 58. 
Allusions to. Job 5 : 4. Psa. 127 : 5. 

Mat. 5:22. 
Illustrative of the last judgment. 

Mat. 19:28. Eom. 14:10. 1 Cor. 

6:2. 

Covenants. 

Agreements between two parties. 

Gen. 26:28. Dan. 11:6. 
Designed for 
Establishing friendship. 1 Sam. 

18:3. 
Procuring assistance in war. 1 Kin. 

15:18,19. 
Mutual protection. Gen, 26 : 28, 29. 

Geu. 31 : .50—52. 
Establishing peace. Jos. 9: 15, 16. 
Promoting commerce. 1 Kin. 5: 

6-11. 
Selling land. Gen. 23: 14— 16. 
Conditions of. 
Clearly specified. 1 Sam. 11 : 1, 2. 
Confirmed by oath. Gen. 21 : 23, 31. 

Gen. 26:31. 
Witnessed. Gen. 23:17,18. Ruth 

4:9-11. 
Written and sealed. Neh. 9:38. 

N eh. 10:1. 



God often called to witness. Gen. 

31 : .50, 53. 
When confirmed, unalterable. Gal. 

3:15. 
Made by passing between the pieces 
of the divided sacrifices. Gen. 15 : 
9-17. Jer.34:18, 19. 
Salt a sign of perpetuity in. Num. 

18:19. 2Chr. 13:5. 
Ratified by joining hands. Pro. 11: 

21. Eze. 17:18. 
Followed by a feast. Gen. 26: 30. 

Gen. 31 : 54. 
Presents given as tokens of. Geu. 21 : 

27—30. iSam. 18:3,4. 
Pillars raised in token of. Gen. 31 : 

45, 46. 
Names given to places where made. 

Gen. 21 : 31. Gen. 31 : 47—49. 
The Jews 
Forbidden to make, with the ua^ 
tious of Canaan. Exo. 23: 32 
Deu. 7:2. 
Frequently made with other na^ 

tions. 1 Kiu. 5 : 12. 2 Kin. 17 : 4. 
Condemned for making, with idol 
atrous nations. Isa. 30: 2—5 
Hos. 12:1. 
Regarded, as sacred. Jos. 9 : 16—19, 
Psa. 15:4. 
Violated by the wicked. Eom. 1 : 31 

2 Tim. 3:3. 
Illustrative 
Of the contract of marriage. Mai. 

2:14. 
Of God's promises to man. Gen. 9 : 

9-11. Eph. 2:12. 
Of the united determination of a 
people to serve God. 2 Kin, 11 : 
17. 2 Chr. 15: 1-2. Neh. 10: 29. 
Of good resolutions. Job 31 : 1. 
(With death and hell,) of carnal 

security. Isa. 28: 15, 18. 
(.With stones and beasts of the 
earth,) of peace and prosperity. 
Job 5: 23. Hos. 2:18. 

Covenant, The. 

Christ, the substance of. Isa. 42:6. 

Isa. 49:8. 
Christ, the Mediator of. Heb. 8:6. 

Heb. 9:15. Heb. 12:24. 
Christ, the Messenger of. Mai. 3: 1. 
Made with 

Abraham. Gen. 15:7— 18. Gen. 17: 
2-14. Luke 1:72-75. Acts 3: 25. 
Gal. 3:16. 

Isaac. Gen. 17 : 19, 21. Gen. 26 : 3, 4. 

Jacob. Gen. 28 : 13, 14, with 1 Chr. 
16:16,17. 

Israel. Exo. 6:4. Acts 3 : 25. 

David. 2 Sam. 23: 5. Psa. 89:3, 4. 
Renewed under the gospel. Jer. 31 : 

31-33. Rom. 11:27. Heb. 8:8— 10, 

13. 
Fulfilled in Christ. Luke 1 : 68-79. 



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Confirmed in Christ. Gal. 3 : 17. 
Ratified by the blood of Christ. Heb. 

9:11—14,16—2.3. 
Is a covenant of peace. Isa. 54 : 9, 10. 

Eze. 34:25. Eze. 37 : 26. 
Is unalterable. Psa. 89:34. Isa. 54: 

10. Isa. .59:21. Gal. 3:17. 
Is everlasting. Psa. 111:9. Isa. 55:3. 

Isa. 61:8. Eze. 16:60-63. Heb. 13: 

20. 
All saints interested in. Psa. 25 : 14. 

Psa. 89 : 29—37. Heb. 8 : 10. 
The wicked have no interest in. Eph. 

2:12. 
Blessings connected with. Isa. 56: 

4—7. Heb. 8 : 10—12. 
God is faithful to. Deu. 7:9. 1 Kin. 

8:23. Neb. 1:5. Dan. 9:4. 
God is ever mindful of. Psa. 105 : 8. 

Psa. Ill : 5. Luke 1 : 72. 
Be mindful of. 1 Chr. 16: 15. 
Caution against forgetting. Deu. 4: 

23. 
Plead, in prayer. Psa. 74:20. Jer. 

14:21. 
Punishment for despising. Heb, 10: 

29, 30. 

Covctoosncss. 

Comes from the heart. Mar. 7 : 22, 23. 
Engrosses the heart. Eze. 33: 31. 

2 Pet. 2:14. 
Is idolatry. Eph. 5 : 5. Col. 3 : 5. 
Is the root of all evil. 1 Tim. 6 : 10. 
Is never satisfied. Ecc. 5 : 10. Hab. 

2:5. 
Is vanity. Psa. 39:6. Ecc. 4:8. 

Is INCONSISTENT 

In saints. Eph. 5:3. Heb. 13:5. 

Specially in ministers. 1 Tim. 3: 3. 
Leads to 

Injustice and oppression. Pro. 28: 
20. Mic. 2:2. 

Foolish and hurtful lusts. 1 Tim. 
6:9. 

Departure from the faith. 1 Tim. 
6 : 10. 

Lying. 2 Kin. 5:22— 25. 

Murder. Pro. 1 : 18, 19. Eze. 22 : 12. 

Theft. Jos. 7 : 21. 

Poverty. Pro. 28 : 22. 

Misery. 1 Tim. 6:10. 

Domestic affliction. Pro. 15 : 27. 
Abhorred by God. Psa. 10:3. 
Forbidden. _ Exo. 20: 17. _ 
A characteristic of the wicked. Rom. 

1:29. 
A characteristic of the slothful. Pro. 

21 : 26. 
Commended by the wicked alone. 

Psa. 10:3. 
Hated by saints. Exo. 18:21. Acts 

20:33. 
To be mortified by saints. Col. 3:5. 
Woe denounced against. Isa. 5 : 8. 

Hab. 2:9. 



Punishment of. Job. 20:15; Isa. .57: 

17. Jer. 22: 17-19. Mic. 2:2, 3. 
Excludes from heaven. 1 Cor. 6 : 10. 

Eph. 5: 5. 
Beware of. Luke 12 : 15. 
Avoid those guilty of. 1 Cor. 5:11. 
Pray against. Psa. 119 : 36. 
Reward of those who hate. Pro. 28: 

16. 
Shall abound in the last days. 2 Tim. 

3:2. 2Pet. 2:1— 3. 
Exemplified. Laban, Gen. 31 : 41. 

Achan, Jos. 7 : 21. EWs sons, 1 Sam. 

2 : 12—14. SamuePs sons, 1 Sam. 8 : 3. 

Saul, 1 Sam. 15:9, 19. Ahab, 1 Kin. 

21 : 2, &c. Gehazi, 2 Kin. 5 : 20—24. 

Nobles of the Jcxvs, Neh. 5 : 7. Isa. 1 : 

23. Jewish People^ Isa. 56:11. Jer. 

6:13. Babylon, Jer. 51:13. Young 

man, 19:22. Judas, Mat. 26: 14, 15. 

Jno. 12 : 6. Pharisees, Luke 16 : 14. 

Ananias, £-c. Acts 5:1 — 10. Felix, 

Acts 24:26. Balaam, 2 Pet. 2:15, 

with Jude 11. 

Creation. 

The formation of things which had 
no previous existence. Rom. 4: .17, 
with Heb. 11 : 3. 
Effected 
By God. Gen. 1: 1. Gen. 2: 4, 5. 

Pro. 26 : 10. 
By Christ. Jno. 1 : 3, 10. Col. 1 : 16. 
By the Holy Ghost. Job. 26: 13. 

Psa. 104 : 30. 
By the command of God. Psa. 33: 

9. Heb. 11 : 3. 
In the beginning. Gen. 1:1. Mat. 

24:21. 
In six days. Exo. 20 : 11. Exo. 31 : 17. 
According to God's purpose. Psa. 

135 : 6. 
For God's pleasure. Pro. 16: 4. 

Rev. 4:11. 
For Christ. Col. 1 : 16. 
By faith we believe, to be God's 

work. Heb. 11:3. 
Order of; 
First day, making light and divid- 
ing it from darkness. Gen. 1 : 

3-5. 2 Cor. 4:6. 
Second day, making the firmament 

or atmosphere, and separating the 

waters. Gen. 1 : 6—8. 
Third day, separating the land 

from the water, and making it 

fruitful. Gen. 1:9-13. 
Fourth day, placing the sun, moon, 

and stars io give light, &c. Gen. 

1 : 14 -19. 
Fifth day, making birds, insects, 

and fishes. Gen. 1 : 20-23. 
Sixth day, making beasts of the 

earth, and man. Geu. 1 . 24, 28. 
God rested from, on the severxth 4ay. 
Gen. 2:2, 3. 



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Approved of by God. Gen. 1 : 31. 

A subject of joy to augels. Job 38 : 7. 

EXHlIilTS 

The deity of God. Rom. 1 : 20. 
Tho power of God, Isa. 40: 26, 28. 

Rom. 1:20. 
The Klory and handiwork of God. 

Psa. 19:1. 
Tho wisdom of God. Psa. 104: 24. 

Psa. 136:5. 

The goodness of God. Psa. 33: 5. 

God as the sole object of worship. 

Isa. 45: 16, with 18 v. Acts 17: 

24, 27. 

Glorifies God. Psa 145: 10. Psa. 

148:5. 
God to be praised for. Neh. 9: 6. 

Psa. 136:3 9. 
Leads to confidence. Psa. 124: 8. 

Psa. 146:5,6. 
Insignificance of man seen from. 

Psa. 8:3, 4. Isa. 40: 12, 17. 
Groaueth because of sin. Rom. 8 : 22. 
Illustrative of 
The new birth. 2 Cor. 5 : 17. Eph. 

2:10. 
Daily renewal of saints. Psa. 51 : 

40. Eph. 4: 24. 
Renewal of the earth. Isa. 65 : 17. 
2Pet. 3:11, 13. 

Creditors. 

Defined. Philemon 18 v. 
Might demand 
Pledges. Deu. 24: 10, 11. Pro. 

22:27. 
Security of others. Pro. 6:1. Pro. 

22 : 26. 
Mortgages on property. Xeh. 5 : 3. 
Bills or promissory notes. Luke 
16:6,7. 
To return before sunset, garments 
taken in pledge. Exo. 22: 26, 27. 
Deu. 24 : 12, 13. Eze. IS : 7, 12. 
Prohibited from 
Taking millstones in pledge. Deu. 

24 : 6. 
Violently selecting pledges. Deu. 

24 : 10. 
Exacting usury from brethren. Exo. 

22 : 25. Lev. 25 : 36, 37. 
Exacting debts from brethren dur- 
ing sabbatical year. Deu. 15 : 2, 3. 
Might take interest from strangers. 
- Deu. 23: 20. 

Sometimes entirely remitted debts. 
Neh. 5 : 10-12. Mat. 18 : 27. Luke 7 : 
42. 
Often cruel in exacting debts. Neh. 
5 : 7—9. Job. 24 : 8—9. Mat. 18 : 28-30. 
Often exacted debts 
By selling the debtor or taking him 
for a servant. Mat. 18:25, with 
Exo. 21 : 2. 
By selling tho debtor's property. 
Mat. 18:25. 



By selling the debtor's family. 2 

Kin. 4 : i. Job 24 : 9. Mat. 18 : 25. 
By imprisonment. Mat. 5:25,26. 

Mat. 18 : 34. 
From the sureties. Pro. 11 : 15. 

Pro. 22 : 20, 27. 
Were often defrauded. 1 Sam. 22: 2. 

Luke 16 : 5—7. 
Illustrative of 
God's claim upon men. Mat. 5 : 25, 

26, with Mat. 18 : 23, 35. Luke 7 : 

41,47. 
The demands of the law. Gal. 5 : 3. 

Daily Sacrifice, The. 

Ordained in mount Sinai. Num. 28:6. 
A lamb as a burnt offering morning 

and evening. Exo. 29: 38, 39. Num. 

28:3,4. 
Doubled on the sabbath. Num. 28: 

9,10. 
Required to be 

With a meat and drink offering. 
Exo. 29 : 40, 41. Num. 28 : 5—8. 

Slowly and entirely consumed. Lev. 
6:9—12. 

Perpetually observed. Exo. 29:42. 
Num. 28: 3, 6. 
Peculiarly acceptable. Num. 28:8. 

Psa. 141 : 2. 
Secured God's presence and favor. 

Exo. 29:4.3, 44. 
Times of offering, were seasons of 

prayer. Ezr. 9:5. Dan. 9:20,21, 

with Acts 3:1. 
Restored after the captivity. Ezr. 3 : 3. 
The abolition of, foretold. Dan. 9: 

26, 27. Dan. 11 : 31. 
Illustrative of 

Christ. Jno. 1 : 29, 36. 1 Pet. 1 : 19. 

Acceptable prayer. Psa. 141 : 2. 

Dan, The Tribe of. 

Descended from Jacob's fifth son 

Gen. 30:6. 
Predictions respecting. Gen. 49:16 

17. Deu. 33:22. 
Persons selected from, 

To number tlie people. Num. 1 : 12. 

To spy out tho lancl. Num. 13 : 12. 

To divide the land. Num. 34 : 22. 
Strength of, on leaving Egypt. Num. 

1 : 38, 39. 
Led the fourth and last division of 

Israel. Num. 2:31. Num. 10:25. 
Encamped north of the tabernacle. 

Num. 2:25. 
Offering of, at dedication. Num. 7: 

66—71. 
Families of. Num. 26 : 42. 
Strength of, entering Canaan. Num. 

26 : 43. 
On Ebal, said amen to the curses. 

Deu. 27 : 13. 



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Bounds of its inheritance. Jos. 19: 

40—46. 
A commercial people. Jud. 5 : 17. 

Eze. 27 : 19. 
Restricted to the hills by Amorites. 

Jud. 1:34. 

A PART OF 

Sent to seek new settlements. Jud. 

18:1,2. 
Took Laish and called it Dan. Jos. 

19:47. Jud. 18:8-13, 27-29. 
Plundered Micali of his idols and 

his ephod. Jud. 18 : 17—21, 27. 
Set up Micah's idols in Dan. Jud. 
18:30.31. 
Reproved for not aiding against Si- 
sera. Jud. 5: 17. 
Sampson was of. Jud. 13 : 2, 24, 25. 
Some of, at coronation of David. 1 

Chr. 12:35. 
Ruler appointed over, by David. 1 
Chr. 27 : 22. 

Darkness. 

Created by God. Psa. 104 : 20. Isa. 

45:7. 
Originally covered the earth. Gen. 

1:2. 
Separated from the light. Gen. 1 : 4. 
Called night. Gen. 1 : 5. 
Caused by setting of the sun. Gen. 

15:17. Jno. 6:17. 
Inexplicable nature of. Job 38: 19, 20. 
Exhibits God's power and greatness. 

Job 38 : 8, 9. 
Degrees of, mentioned; 

Great. Gen. 15:12. 

That may be felt. Exo. 10 : 21. 

Thick. Deu. 5:22. Joel 2: 2. 

Gross. Jer. 13:16. 

Outer or extreme. Mat. 8 : 12. 
Effects of; 

Keeps us from seeing objects. Exo. 
10:23. 

Causes us to go astray. Jno. 12 : 35. 
1 Jno. 2:11. 

Causes us to stumble. Isa. .59:10. 
Often put for night. Psa. 91 : 6. 
Called the swaddling band of the 

sea. Job. 38 : 9. 
Cannot hide us from God. Psa. 139: 

11, 12. 
The wicked 

The children of. 1 Tlie. 5 : 5. 

Live in. Psa. 107 : 10. 

Walk in. Psa. 82 : 5. 

Perpetrate their designs in. Job 
24:16. 

Are full of. Mat. 6 : 23. 

MiRACL'LOUS, 

On mount Sinai. Exo. 19:16, with 

Heb. 12:18. 
Over the land of Egypt. Exo. 10: 

21, 22. 
At the death of Christ. Mat. 27 : 45. 



Before the destruction of Jerusa. 

lem. Mat. 24:29. 
Illustrative of 
Greatness and unsearchableness of 

God. Exo. 20: 21. 2 Sam. 22 : 10, 12. 

1 Kin. 8: 12. Psa. 97: 2. 
Abstruse and deep subjects. Job 

28 • 3 
Secrecy. Isa. 45: 19. Mat. 10: 27. 
Ignorance and error. Job 37 : 19. 

Isa. 60:2. Jno. 1:5. Jno. 3:19. 

Jno. 12:35. Acts 26: 18. 
Anything hateful. Job 3 : 4—9. 
A course of sin. Pro. 2 : 13. Eph. 5 : 

11. 
Heavy afflictions. Job 23: 17. Psa. 

112 : 4. Ecc. 5 : 17. Isa. 5 : 30. Isa. 8 : 

22. Isa. 59:9. 
The power of Satan. Eph. 6 : 12. 

Col. 1 : 13. 
The grave. 1 Sam. 2 : 9. Job 10 : 21, 

22. 
The punishment of devils and 

wicked men. Mat, 22:13. 2 Pet. 

2:4,17. Jude6, 13vs. 

Day. 

The light first called. Gen. 1 : 5. 
Natural, from evening to evening. 

Gen. 1:5, &c. Lev. 23:32. 
Artificial, the time of the sun's con- 
tinuance above the horizon. Gen. 

31 : 39, 40, Neh. 4 : 21, 22. 
Prophetical, a year. Eze. 4:6. Dan. 

12:12. 
Artificial, divided into 

Break of. Gen. 32 : 24, 26. So. of 
Sol. 2rl7. 

Morning. Exo. 29:39. 2 Sam. 23: 4. 

Noon. Gen. 43: 16. Psa. ,55: 17. 

Decline of. Jiid. 19 : 8, 9. Luke 9 : 
12. Luke 24 : 29. 

Evening. Gen. 8: 11. Psa. 104:23. 
Jer. 6:4. 
Sometimes divided into four parts. 

Neh. 9: 3. 
Latterly subdivided into twelve 

hours. Mat. 20 : 3, 5, 6. Jno. 11 : 9. 
Time of, ascertained by the dial. 

2 Kin. 20:11. 
Succession of, secured by covenant. 

Gen. 8 : 22. 
Made for the glory of God. Psa. 74 : 16. 
Proclaims the glory of God. Psa. 

19:2. 
Under the control of God. Amos 5: 

8. Amos 8: 9. 
A time of judgment called a dav 
of 

Anger. Lam. 2:21. 

Wrath. Job. 20: 28. Zep. 1: 15, 18 
Rom. 2: 5. 

Visitation. Mic. 7 : 4. 

Destruction. Job 21 : 30. 

Darkness. Joel 2: 2. Zep. 1: 15, 

Trouble. Psa. 102 : 2. 



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Calamity Deu. 32: 33. Jer. 18: 17. 
Adversity. Pro. 24 : 10. 

Vengeaiico. Pro. 6 : 34. Isa. 61 : 2. 

Slaughtor. Isa. 30:2,-). Jor. 12:3. 
Evil. .Jer. 17 : 17 Amos 6 : 3. Eph.6 : 13. 

Tlio Lord. Isa. 2: 12. Isa. 13: 6. 
Zep. 1 : 14. 

A TIME OF MERCY CALLED A DAY OF 

Salvation. 2 Cor. 6 : 2. 
Redemption. Eph. 4 : 30. 
Visitation. Jer. 27: 22. 1 Pet. 2: 12. 
God's power. Psa. 110:3. 

A TIME OP FESTIVITY CALLED A 

Good day. Est. 8:17. Est. 9:19. 

Day of good tidings. 2 Kin. 7: 9. 

Day which the Lord has made. 
Psa. 118 : 24. 

Solemn day. Num. 10: 10. Hos. 9: .5. 

Day of gladness. Num. 10: 10. 
The time for labor. Psa 104: 23. 

Jno. 9: 4. 
Wild beasts hide during. Psa. 104: 22. 
Illustrative of 

Time of judgment. 1 Cor. 3: 13, 
withl Cor. 4: 3. 

Spiritual light. 1 The. 5: 5, 8. 2 
Pet. 1 : 19. 

The path of the just. Pro. 4 : 18. 

Dead» The. 

They who have departed this life. 

Gen. 23 : 2. Gen. 25 : 8. Job 1 : 19. 
Terms used to express; 
Corpses. 2 Kin. 19: 35. Nah. 3:3. 
Carcases. Num. 14: 29, 32, 33. 1 

Kin. 13: 24. 
Those who are not. Mat. 2 : 18. 
Deceased. Isa. 26: 14. Mat, 22: 25. 
Characterized by 
Being without the Spirit. Jas.2:26. 
Being incapable of motion. Mat. 

28:4. Rev. 1:17. 
Ignorance of all human affairs. 

Ecc. 9:5. 
Absence of all human passions. 

Ecc. 9: 6. 
Inability to glorify God. Psa. 
115:17. 
Retuvn not to this life. Job 7 : 9, 10. 

Job 14 : 10, 14. 
Eyes of, closed by nearest of kin. 

Gen. 46 : 4. 
Were washed and laid out. Acts 9: 37. 
Were wrapped in linen with spices. 

Jno. 19: 40. 
Mourning for, often 
Very great Gen. 37 : 35. Jer. 31 : 15. 

Mat. 2:18. Jno. 11: 33. 
Loud and clamorous. Jer. 16:6; 

Mar. 5 : 38. 
By hired mourners. Jer. 9:17, 18, 

Amos 5 : 16. 
W'itli plaintive music. Jer. 48:36. 

Mat. 9:23. 
Testified by change of apparel, 
2 Sam. 14:2. 



Testified by tearing the hair. Jer. 
16:7. 

Testified by covering the head, 
2 Sam. 19:4. 

Testified by rending the garments. 
Gen. 37:34. 2 Sam. 3:31. 

Lasted many days. Gen. 37 : 34. 
Gen. 50:3, 10. 
Regard often shown to the memory 

of. Ruth 1:8. 
Too soon forgotten. Psa. 31 : 12. Ecc. 

9:5. 
Heathenish expressions of grief for, 

forbidden. Lev. 19:28. Deu. 14:1,2. 
All offerings to, forbidden. Deu. 26: 

14. 
Touching of, caused uncleanness. 

Num. 19:11,13, 16. Num. 9:6,7. 
In a house rendered it unclean. Num. 

19:14, 15. 
Even bones of, caused uncleanness. 

Num. 19 : 16. See 2 Chr. 34 : 5. 
A priest not to mourn for, except 

when near of kin. Lev. 21 : 1 — 3. 

Eze. 44 : 25. 
High priest in no case to mourn for. 

Lev. 21 : 10, 11. 
Nazarites not to touch or mourn for. 

Num. 6:6, 7. 
Those defiled by, removed from the 

camp. Num. 5: 2. 
Uncleanness contracted from, re- 
moved by the water of separation. 

Num. 19:12,18. 
Idolaters 

Tore themselves for. Jer. 16 : 7. 

Offered sacrifices for. Psa. 106: 28. 

Invoked and consulted. 1 Sam. 28: 
7,8. 

Consecrated part oftheir crops to. 
Deu. 26: 14. 
The Jews looked for a resurrection 

from. Isa. 26 : 19. Acts 24 : 15. 
Instances of, restored to life before 

Christ. 1 Kin. 17: 22. 2 Kin. 4: 34 

-36. 2 Kin. 13:21. 
Instances of, restored by Christ. &c. 

Mat. 9 : 25. Luke 7 : 15. Jno. 11 : 44. 

Acts 9: 40. Act? 20: 12. 
Illustrative of 

Man's state by nature. 2 Cor. 5: 4. 
Eph. 2:1,5. 

A state of deep affliction, &c. Psa. 
88 : 5, 6. Psa. 143 : 3. Isa. 59 : 10. 

Freedom from the power of sin. 
Rom. 6:2, 8, 11. Col. 3:3. 

Freedom from the law. Rom. 7: 4. 

Faith without works. 1 Tim. 5:6. 
Jas. 2:17,26. 

Diviners, &c. Isa. 8: 19. 

Impotence. Gen. 20:3. Rom. 4:19. 

Death, Eternal. 

The necessary consequence of sin. 
Rom. 6: 16, 21. Rom. 8: 13. Jas. 
1:15. 



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The wages of sin. Eom. 6: 23. 

The portion of the wicked. Mat. 25: 

41, 46. Eom. 1 : 32. 
The way to, described. Psa. 9: 17. 

Mat. 7: 13. 
Self-righteousness leads to. Pro. 14 : 

12. 
God alone can inflict. Mat. 10: 28. 

Jas. 4: 12. 

Is DESCRIBED AS 

Banishment from God. 2 The. 1 : 9. 
Society with the devil, &c. Mat. 

23 : 41. 
A lake of fire. Rev. 19 : 20. Rev. 

21:8. 
The worm that dieth not. Mar. 

9:44. 
Outer darkness; Mat. 25 : 30. 
A mist of darkness for ever. 2 Pet. 

2:17. 
Indignation, wrath, &c. Rom. 2: 

8,9. 

Is CALLED 

Destruction. Eom. 9: 22. 2 The. 

1:9. 
Perishing. 2 Pet. 2:12. 
The wrath to come. 1 The. 1 : 10. 
The second death. Rev. 2 : 11. 
A resurrection to damnation. Jno. 

5 : 29. 
A resurrection to shame, &c. Dan. 

12: 2. 
Danination of hell. Mat. 23 : 33. 
Everlasting punishment. Mat. 
25 : 46. 
Shall be inflicted by Christ. Mat. 25 : 

31, 41. 2 The. 1 : 7, 8. 
Christ, the only way of escape from. 
Jno. 3:16. Jno. 8:51. Acts 4: 12. 
Saints shall escape. Eev. 2:11. Rev. 

20 : 6. 
Strive to preserve others from. Jas. 

5 : 20. 
Illustrated. Luke 16 : 23—26. 

Death, Natural. 

By Adam. Gen. 3: 19. 1 Cor. 15: 21, 22. 
Consequence of sin. Gen. 2: 17. Rom. 

5:12. 
Lot of all. Ecc. 8 : 8. Heb. 9 : 27. 
Ordered by God. Deu. 32:39. Job 

14:5. 
Puts an end to earthly projects. Ecc. 

9:10. 
Strips of earthly possessions. Jobl: 

21. 1 Tim. 6:7. 
Levels all ranks. Job 3: 17—19. 
Conquered by Christ. Rom. 6 : 9. 

Rev. 1 : 18. 
Abolished by Christ. 2 Tim. 1 : 10. 
Shall finally be destroyed by Christ. 

Hos. 13:14. 1 Cor. 15:26. 
Christ delivers from the fear of. Heb. 

2:15. 
Regard, as at hand. Job 14:1, 2. 

Psa. 39 : 4, 5. Psa. 90 : 9. 1 Pet. 1 : 24. 



Prepare for. 2 Kin. 20:1. 

Pray to be prepared for. Psa. 39 : 4, 
13. Psa. 90:12. 

Consideration of, a motive to dili- 
gence. Ecc. 9:10. Jno. 9:4. 

When averted for a season, is a mo- 
tive to increased devotedness. Psa. 
56:12, 13. Psa. 118:17. Isa. 38: 
18, 20. 

Enoch and Elijah were exempted 
from. Gen. 5: 24, with Heb. 11: 5. 
2 Kin. 2: 11. 

All shall be raised from. Acts 24: 15. 

None subject to, in heaven. Luke 20: 
36. Rev. 21 : 4. 

Illustrates the change produced in 
conversion. Rom. 6: 2. Col. 2:20. 

Is DESCRIBED AS 

A sleep. Deu. 31 : 16. Jno. 11 : 11. 

The earthly house of this taber- 
nacle being dissolved. 2 Cor. 5 : 1. 

Putting off this tabernacle. 2 Pet. 
1:14. 

God requiring the soul. Luke 12 : 20. 

Going the way whence there is no 
return. Job 16 : 22. 

Gathering to our people. Gen. 
49:33. 

Going down into silence. Psa. 
115:17. 

Yielding up the ghost. Acts 5: 10. 

Returning to dust. Gen. 3:19. 
Psa. 104 : 29. 

Being cut down. Job 14 : 2. 

Fleeing as a shadow. Job 14: 2. 

Departing. Phi. 1 : 23. 

Death of Christ, The. 

Foretold. Isa. 53:8. Dan. 9: 26 

Zee. 13:7. 
Appointed by God. Isa. 53: 6, 10, 

Acts 2: 23. 
Necessary for the redemption of 

man. Luke 24: 46. Acts 17: 3. 
Acceptable, as a sacrifice to God. 

Mat. 20 : 28. Eph. 5 : 2. 1 The. 5 : 10. 
Was voluntary. Isa. 53: 12. Mat 26: 

53. Juo. 10:17, 18. 
Was undeserved. Isa. 53:9. 
Mode of 

Foretold by Christ. Mat. 20:18, 
19. Jno. 12 : 32, 33. 

Prefigured. Num. 21: 8, with Jno. 
3:14. 

Ignominious. Heb. 12:2. 

Accursed. Gal. 3 : 13. 

Exhibited His humility. Phi. 2:8. 

A stumbling block to Jews. 1 Cor. 
1: 23. 

Foolishness to Gentiles. 1 Cor. 1: 
18, 23. 
Demanded by the Jews. Mat. 27: 

22, 23. 
Inflicted by the Gentiles. Mat. 27 : 

26-35. 



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In tho company of malefactors. Isa. 

53: 12, with Mat. 27: 38. 
Accompanied by preternatural signs. 

Mat. 27:45, , '51-53. 
Emblematical of the death unto sin. 

Rom. 6: 3-8. Gal. 2:20. 
Commemorated in the sacrament of 

tho Lord's Supper. Luke 22: 19, 

20. 1 Cor. 11 : 26—29. 

Death of Saints, The. 

A sleep in Christ. 1 Cor. 15:18. 1 

The. 4:14. 
Is blessed. Rev. 14:13. 
Is gain. Phi. 1:21. 

Is FULL OF 

Faith. Heb. 11:13. 

Peace. Isa. 57: 2. 

Hope. Pro. 14 : 32. 
Sometimes desired. Luke 2: 29. 
Waited for. Job 14 : 14. 
Met with resignation. Gen. 50: 24. 

Jos. 23:14. 1 Kin. 2: 2. 
Met without fear. 1 Cor. 15 : 55. 
Precious in God's sight. Psa. 116: 15. 
God preserves them unto. Psa. 48 : 14. 
God is with them in. Psa. 23: 4. 
Removes from coming evil. 2 Kin. 

22:20. Isa. 57:1. 
Leads to 

Rest. Job 3: 17. 2 The. 1 : 7. 

Comfort. Luke 16: 25. 

Christ's presence. 2 Cor. 5 : 8. Phi. 
1:23. 

A crown of life. 2 Tim. 4: 8. Rev. 
2:10. 

A joyful resurrection. Isa. 26: 19. 
Dan. 12: 2. 
Disregarded by the wicked. Isa. 57 : 1. 
Survivors consoled for. 1 The. 4: 

13-18. 
The wicked wish theirs to resemble. 

Num. 23:10. 
Illustrated. Luke 16: 22. 
Exemplified. Abra}iain, Gen. 25:8. 

Isaac, Gen. 35: 29. Jacob, Gen. 49: 33. 

Aaron, Num. 20 : 28. 3Ioses, Deu. 34 : 

5. Joshua, Jos. 24: 29. Elisha, 2 

Kin. 13. 14, 20. One thief, Luke 23: 

43. Dorcas, Acts 9 : 37. 

Death of the Wicked, The. 

Is in their sins. Eze. 3 : 19. Jno. 8 : 21. 
Is without hope. Pro 11 : 7. 
Sometimes without fear. Jer. 34: 5, 

with2Chr. 36: 11—13. 
Frequently sudden and unexpected. 

Job 21 : 13, 23. Job 27 : 21. Pro. 29 : 1. 
Frequently marked by terror. Job 

18 : 11-15. Job 27 : 19-21. Psa. 73 : 19. 
Punishment follows. Isa. 14: 9. Acts 

1:25. 
The remembrance of them perishes 

in. Job 18: 17. Psa. 34: 16. Pro. 10: 7. 



God has no pleasure in. Eze. 18: 23, 
32. 

Like the death of beasts. Psa. 49: 14. 

Illustrated. Luke 12: 20. Luke 16: 
22, 23. 

Exemplified. Korah, <&e.. Num. 16: 32. 
Absalom, 2 Sam. 18: 9, 10. Ahab. 1 
Kin. 22: 34. Jezebel, 2 Kin. 9:33. 
Athaliah, 2 Cbr. 23: 15. Hainan, Est. 
7 : 10. Belshazzar, Dan. 5 : 30. Judas, 
Mat. 27 : 5, with Acts 1 : 18. Ananias, 
&c.. Acts 5: 5, 9, 10. Herod, Acts 12: 
23. 

Death, Spiritual. 

Alienation from God is. Eph. 4: 18. 
Carnal-mindedness is. Rom. 8: 6. 
Walking in trespasses and sins is. 

Eph. 2:1. Col. 2:1.3. 
Spiritual ignorance is. Isa. 9: 2. 

Mat. 4:16. Luke 1:79. Eph. 4:18. 
Unbelief is. Jno. 3:36. IJno. 5:-12. 
Living in pleasure is. 1 Tim. 5: 6. 
Hypocrisy is. Rev. 3:1,2. 
Is a consequence of the fall. Rom. 

5 : 15. 
Is the state of all men by nature. 

Rom. 6: 13. Rom. 8: 6. 
Tho fruits of, are dead works. Hob. 

6:1. Heb. 9:14. 
A call to arise from. Eph. 5:14. 
Deliverance from, is through Christ. 

Jno. 5: 24, 25. Eph. 2: 5. 1 Jno. 

5 : 12. 
Saints are raised from. Rom. 6: 13. 
Love of the brethren, a proof of 

being raised from. 1 Jno. 3 : 14. 
Illustrated. Eze. 37: 2, 3. Luke 

15 : 24. 

Deceit. 

Is falsehood. Psa. 119:118. 

The tongue, the instrument of. Rom. 

3 : 13. 
Comes from, the heart. Mar. 7 : 22. 
Characteristic of the heart. Jer. 

17:9. 
God abhors. Psa. 5:6. 
Forbidden. Pro. 24:28. 1 Pet. 3:10. 
Christ was perfectly free from. Isa. 

53:9, with! Pet. 2:22. 
Saints 
Free from. Psa. 24 : 4. Zep. 3 : 13. 

Rev. 14:5. 
Purpose against. Job 27 : 4. 
Avoid. Job 31: 5. 
Shun those addicted to. Psa 

101 : 7. 
Pray for deliverance from those 
who use. Psa. 43:1. Psa. 120: 2. 
Delivered from those wlf" use. 

Psa. 72 r 14. 
Should beware of those who teach. 
Eph. 5:6. Col. 2:8. 



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Should lay aside, in seeking truth. 
IPet. 2: 1. 
Ministers should lay aside. 2 Cor. 

4:2. 1 The. 2:3. 
The wicked 

Are full of. Rom. 1:29. 

Devise. Psa. 35: 20. Psa. 38: 12. 
Pro. 12 : 5. 

Utter. Psa. 10:7. Psa. 36:3 

Work. Pro. 11:18. 

Increase in. 2 Tim. 3:13. 

Use, to each other. Jer. 9:5. 

Use, to themselves. Jer. 37: 9. 
Oba.3:7. 

Delight in. Pro. 20:17. 
False teachers 

Are workers of. 2 Cor. 11 : 13. 

Preach. Jer. 14:14. Jer. 23:26. 

Impose on others by. Rom. 16:18, 
Eph. 4:14. 

Sport themselves with, 2 Pet. 
2:13. 
Hypocrites devise. Job 15 : 35. 
Hypocrites practice. Hos. 11 : 12. 
False witnesses use. Pro. 12: 17. Pro. 

14:5. 
A characteristic of Antichrist. 2 

Jno. 7. 
A characteristic of the Apostacy. 2 

The. 2 : 10. 
Evij, OP 

Keeps from knowledge of God. Jer. 
9:6. 

Keeps from turning to God. Jer. 
8:5. 

Deads to pride and oppression. 
Jer. 5 : 27. 28. 

Leads to lying. Pro. 14:25. 
Often accompanied by fraud and in- 
justice. Psa. 10:7. Psa. 43:1. 
Hatred often concealed by. Pro. 26: 

24-28. 
The folly of fools is. Pro. 14 : 8. 
The kisses of an enemy are. Pro. 

27:6. 
Blessedness of being free from. Psa. 

24:4,5. Psa. 32:2. 
Punishment of. Psa. 55:23. Jer. 9: 

7-9. 
Exemplified. The devil. Gen. 3: 1, 4, 5, 

with Jno. 8: 44. Rebecca and Jaoob, 

Gen. 27:9, 19. Laban, Gen. 31: 7. 

Joseph's brethren, Gen. 37: 31, 32. 

Pharaoh, Exo. 8 : 29. David, 1 Sam. 

21 : 13. Job's friends. Job 6 : 15. Doeg. 

Psa. 52: 2, compared with the title. 

Herod, Mat. 2: 8. Pharisees, Mat. 

22 : 16. Chief Priests, Mar. 14 : 1. 

Decision. 

Necessary to the service of God. 

Luke 9 : 62. 
Exhortations to. Jos. 24: 14, 15. 
Exhibited in 

Seeking God with the heart. 2 Chr. 
15: 12. 



Keeping the commandments of 

God. Neh. 10:29. 
Being on the Lord's side. Exo. 32; 

26. 
Following God fully. Num. 14: 24. 

Num. 32: 12. Jos. 14:8. 
Serving God. Isa. 56 : 6. 
Loving God perfectly. Deu. 6: 5. 
Blessedness of. Jos. 1 : 7, 
Opposed to 
A divided service. Mat. 6:24. 
Double-mindedness Jas. 1 : 8. 
Halting between two opinions. 1 

Kin. 18: 21. 
Turning to the right or left. Deu. 

5: 32. 
Not setting the heart aright, Psa. 

78:8, 37. 
Exemplified. 3Ioses, Exo. 32: 26. 
Cakb, Num. 13:30. Joshua, Jos. 2i: 
15. ijM^i, Ruthl: 16. Asa,- 2 Chr. 
15 : 8. David, Psa. 17 : 3. Peter, Jno. 
6:68. Pai(7, Acts21: 13. Abraham, 
Heb. 11 : 8. 



Dedication. 

Consecration of a place of worship. 

2 Chr. 2:4. 
Solemn confirmation of a covenant. 

Heb. 9: 18. 
Devoting any thing to sacred uses. 1 

Chr. 28: 12. 
Subjects of; 
Tabernacle. Num. 7 ch. 
Temple of Solomon. 1 Kin. 8: 1—63. 

2Clir. 7:5. 
Second temple. Ezr. 6:16, 17. 
Persons. Exo. 22: 29. 1 Sam. 1: 11. 
Property. Lev. 27 : 28. Mat. 15 : 5, 
Spoils of war. 2 Sam. 8: 11. 1 Chr. 

18: 11. 
Tribute from foreigners. 2 Sam 8: 

10, 11. 
Walls of cities. Neh. 12:27. 
Houses when built. Deu. 20: 5, 

Psa. 30, title. 
By idolaters in setting up idols. Dan. 

3:2, 3. 
Things dedicated to God : 
Esteemed holy. Lev. 27 : 28. 2 Kin. 

12:18. 
Placed with the treasures of the 

Lord's house. 1 Kin. 7 : 51. 2 Chr. 

5:1. 
Special chambers prepared for. 2 

Chr. 31:11, 12. 
Levites placed over. 1 Chr. 26: 20, 

26. 2 Chr. 31:12. 
Applied to the repair and mainte- 
nance of the temple. 2 Kin, 12: 4, 

5. 1 Chr. 26 : 27. 
For support of priests. Num. 18: 14. 

Eze. 44 : 29. 
Given to propitiate enemies. 2 Kin. 

12:17, 18. 



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Law respecting the release of. Lev. 
27 cb. 
Of property often perverted. Mar. 7 : 

9-13. 
Illustrative of devotedness to God. 

Psa. 119: 38. 

Defilement. 

Forbidden to the Jews. Lev. 11 : 44, 

45. 
Things liable to ceremonial; 
The person. Lev. 5:3. 
Garments. Lev. 13:59. 
Furniture, &c. Lev. 15: 9, 10. Num. 

19:14,15. 
Houses. Lev. 14 : 44. 
The laud. Lev. 18 : 25. Deu. 21 : 23. 
The sanctuary. Lev. 20: 3. Zep. 

3:4. 
Ceremonial, caused by 
Eating unclean things. Lev. 11:8. 

Acts 10: 11, 14. 
Eating things that died. Lev. 17: 

1.5. 
Touching a dead body or a bone. 

Num. 9:6, 7. Num. 19: 11, 16. 
Touching a grave. Num. 19 : 16. 
Touching a dead beast. Lev. 5:2. 

Lev. 11 : 24-28. 
Being alone with a dead body. 

Num. 19: 14. 
Mourning for the dead. Lev. 21: 

1-3. 
Having a leprosy. Lev. 13: 3, 11. 

Num. 5: 2, 3. 
Having an issue, &c. Lev. 15: 2. 

Num. 5: 2. 
Touching anything defiled by an is- 
sue, <fcc. Lev. 15:5— 11. 
Going into a leprous house. Lev. 

14:46. 
Sacrificing the red heifer. Num. 

19:7 
Burning the red heifer. Num. 19: 8. 
Gathering ashes of red heifer. 

Num. 19:10. 
Toviching an unclean person, Num. 

19 : 22. 
Child-bearing. Lev. 12:2. 
I'auses of, improperly enlarged by 
tradition. Mar. 7: 2, with Mat. 
15 : 20. 
Moral, caused by 
Following the sins of the heathen. 

Lev. 18:24. 
Seeking after wizards. Lev. 19: 31. 
Giving children to Molech. Lev. 

20:3. 
Making and serving idols. Eze. 

20 : 17, 18. Eze. 22 : 3, 4. Eze. 23 : 7. 
Blood shedding. Isa. 59:3. 
Moral, punished. Lev. 18: 24, 25, 

28, 29. 
rhose under, removed from the 
camp. Num. 5 : 3, 4. Deu. 23 : 14. 



Priests 
To decide in all cases of. Lev. 10: 

10. Lev. 13:3. 
Specially required to avoid. Lev. 

21:1-6,11, 12. 
Not to eat holy things while under. 

Lev. 22:2, 4-6. 
Punished for eating of the holy 
things wliile under. Lev. 22: 3. 
Cleansed by legal ablutions. Num. 

19:18,19. Heb. 9:13. 
Neglecting purification from, pun- 
ished by cutting off. Num. 19: 
13, 20. 
Ceremonial, abolished under the 
gospel. Acts 10: 15. Rom. 14: 14. 
Col. 2: 20-22. 
Illustrative 
Of sin. Mat. 15: 11, 18. Jude 8 v. 
Of unholy doctrines, 1 Cor. 3: 16, 
17. 

Delighting in God. 

Commanded. Psa. 37: 4. 
Reconciliation leads to. Job 22: 21, 

26. 
Observing the sabbath leads to. Isa. 

58: 13,14. 
Saints' experience, in 

Communion with God. So. of Sol. 
2 : 3. 

The law of God. Psa. 1 : 2. Psa. 
119 : 24, 35. 

The goodness of God. Neh. 9:25. 

The comforts of God. P^a. 94 : 19. 
Hypocrites 

Pretend to. Isa. 58:2. 

In heart despise. Job 27 : 10. Jer. 
6: 10. 
Promises to. Psa. 37:4. 
Blessedness of. Psa. 112:1. 



Deluge, The. 



Sent as a punishment for the ex- 
treme wickedness of man. Gen. 6: 

5-7, 11-13, 17. 
Called the 

Flood. Gsn. 9:28. 

Waters of Noah. Isa. 54:9. 
Noah forewarned of. Gen. 6: 13. 

Heb. 11:7. 
Long-suffering of God exhibited in 

deferring. Gen. 6 : 3, with 1 Pet. 3 : 20. 
The wicked warned of. 1 Pet. 3: 19, 

20. 2 Pet. 2 : 5. 
Noah, &c., saved from. Gen. 6: 18— 

22. Gen. 7:13, 14. 
Date of its commencem3nt Gen. 

7:11. 
Came suddenly and unexpectedly. 

Mat. 24 : .38, 39. 
Produced by 

Forty days' incessant rain. Gen. 
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Opening up of the fountains of the 
great deep. Gen. 1 : 11. 
Increased gradually. Gen. 7 : 17, 18. 
Extreme height of. Gen. 7 : 19, 20. 
Time of its increase and prevailing. 

Gen. 7 : 24. 
Causes of its abatement. Gen. 8: 1, 2. 
Decrease of, gradual. Gen. 8:3,5. 
Date of its complete removal. Gen. 

8:13. 
Complete destruction effected by. 

Gen. 7 : 23. 
Face of the earth changed by. 2 Pet. 

3 : .5, 6. 
Traditional notice of. Job 22 : lo— 17. 
That it shall never again occur 
Promised; Gen. 8:21,22. 
Confirmed by covenant. Gen. 9: 

9—11. 
The rainbow a token. Gen. 9: 

12-17. 
A pledge of God's faithfulness. Isa. 
.54 : 9, 10. 
Illustrative 
Of the destruction of sinners. Psa. 

32:6. Isa. 28:2, 18. 
Of baptism. 1 Pet. 3: 20, 21. 
(Unexpectedness of,) of suddenness 
of Christ's coming. Mat. 24: 36 
—39. Luke 17 : 26, 27—30. 

Denial of Christ. 

In doctrine. Mar. 8 : 38. 2 Tim. 1 : 8. 
In practice. Phi. 3 : 18, 10. Tit. 1 : 16. 
A characteristic of false teachers. 

2 Pet. 2:1. Jude 4. 
Is the spirit of Antichrist. 1 Juo. 2 : 

22, 23. 1 Jno. 4:3. 
Christ will deny those guilty of. 

Mat. 10:83. 2 Tim. 2:12. 
Leads to destruction. 2 Pet. 2: 1. 

Jude 4, 15. 
Exemplified. Peter, Mat. 26: 69—75. 

The Jews, Jno. 18 : 40. Acts 3 : 13, 14. 

Desert, Journey of Israel 
through the. 

Date of its commencement. Exo. 

12:41, 42. . 

Their number commencing. Exo. 

12 : 37. 
Their healthy state commencing. 

Psa. 105:37. . , 

A mixed multitude accompanied 

them in. Exo. 12 : 38. Num. 11 : 4. 
Commenced in haste. Exo. 12:39. 
Conducted with regularity. Exo. 

13:18. 
Under Moses as leader. Exo. 3 : 10— 

12, with Acts 7 : 36, 38. 
By a circuitous route. Exo. 13 : 17, 18. 
Order of marching during. Num. 10 : 

14-28. 



Order of encamping during. Num. 

2ch. 
Difficulty and danger of. Deu. 8 : 1.). 
Continued forty years 
As a punishment. Num. 14 : 33, 34. 
To prove and humble them, &c 
Deu. 8:2. ^ ,, 

To teach them to live on God s 
word. Deu. 8:3. 
Under God's guidance. Exo. 13' 
21, 22. Exo. 15: 13. Neh. 9: 12. 
Psa. 78:. 52. Isa. 63: 11-14. 
Under God's protection. Exo. 14 : 19 
20, with Psa. 105 : 39. Exo. 23 : 20, 
with Psa. 78:53. 
With miraculous provision. Exo. lb', 

35. Deu. 8:3. ^ ^ . 

Tlieir clothing preserved during 

Deu. 8:4. Deu. 29:. 5. Neh. 9:21. 
Worship of God celebrated during 
Exo. 24 : 5—8. Exo. 29 : 38—42. Exo. 
40:24-29. 
Justice administered during. Exo 

18:13,26. , . 

Circumcision omitted during. Jos, 

5:5. , ,. 

Caused universal terror and dismay. 

Exo. 15 : 14—16. Num. 22 : 3, 4. 
Obstructed, &c. by the surrounding 

nations. Exo. 17 : 8. Num. 20: 21. 
Territory acquired during. Deu. 29; 

7 8 

Marked by constant murmurings ancf 

rebellions. Psa. 78:40. Psa. 95: 

10. Psa. 106: 7-39. 

Constant goodness and mercy ot God 

to them during. Psa. 106: 10, 43-46. 

Psa. 107 : 6, 13. . -^ ^ 

Commenced from Eameses in Egypt. 

Exo. 12:37. ^, „„ ^ 

To Succoth. Exo. 12: 37. Num. 33: 5. 

To Etham. Exo. 13: 20. Num. 33: 6. 

Between Baalzephon and Pihah- 

lEOTH. Exo. 14:2. Num. 33:7. 

Overtaken by Pharaoh. Exo. 14 : 9. 

Exhorted to look to God. Exo. 14: 

1.3, 14. ^ 

The cloud removed to the rear. Exo. 

14 : 19, 20. 
Red Sea divided. Exo. 14 : 16, 21. 
Through the Red Sea. Exo. 14: 22, 
29. 
Faith exhibited in passing. Heb. 

11 : 29. 
Pharaoh and his host destroyed. 

Exo. 14 : 23-28. Psa. 106 : 11. 
Israel's song of praise. Exo. la: 
1-21. Psa. 106:12. 
Through the wilderness of Shur 
orEtham. Exo.15:22. Num.33:8. 
To Maeah. Exo. 15:23. Num. 33: 8. 
Murmuring of the people on ac- 
count of bitter water. Exo. 1.t:24. 
Water sweetened. Exo. 15 : 25. 
To Elim. Exo. 15 : 27. Num. 33 : 9. 
By the Red Sea. Num. 33: 10. 
Through the wilderness of Sin. 



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Exo. lO:]. Num. 33: 11. 
Murmuriuy for bread. Exo. 16: 2, 3. 
Quails giveu for oue niglit. Exo. 

16 : 8, 12, 13. 
Mauna seut. Exo. 16 : 4, 8, 16—31. 
To DOPHKAH. Num. 33: 12. 
To Alush. Num. 33:13. 
To Rephidim. Exo. 17: 1. Num. 33: 14. 
Murmuring for water. Exo. 17: 2, 3. 
Water brougbt from the rock. Exo. 

17:. 5, 6. 
Called Massab and Meribab. Exo. 

17:7. 
Amalek opposes Israel. Exo. 17: 8. 
Amalek overcome. Exo. 17:9—13. 
Co Mount Sinai. Exo. 19: 1, 2. Num. 

33:'lo. 
Jethro's visit. Exo. 18: 1—6. 
Judges appointed. Exo. 18: 14—26. 

Deu. 1 : 9 l.'j. 
Moral law given. Exo. 19:3. Exo. 

20 cb. 
Covenant made. Exo. 24:3— 8. 
Moral law written on tables. Exo. 

31:18. 
Order for making the tabernacle, 

&c, Exo. 24 cb. to Exo. 27 cb. 
Tribe of Levi taken instead of the 

first-born. Num. 3: 11— 13. 
Aaron and bis sons selected for 

priesthood. Exo. 28 cb. Exo. 29ch. 

Num. 3: 1-3, 10. 
Levites set apart. Num. 3:. 5 — 9. 
Golden calf made. Exo. 32:1,4. 
Tables of testimony broken. Exo. 

32:19. 
People punished for idolatry. Exo. 

32:2.5—29, 35. 
God's glorv shown to Moses. Exo. 

33:18-23. Exo. 34 : 5— 8. 
The tables of testimony renewed. 

Exo. 34: 1-4, 27-29. Deu. 10: 1—5. 
Tabernacle first set up. Exo. 40 cb. 
Nadab and Abihu destroyed for of- 
fering strange fire. Lev. 10: 1, 2. 

Num.3, 4. 
Passover first commemorated. 

Num. 9: 1—5. 
Second numbering of the people. 

Num. 1 : 1—46, with Exo. 38: 25, 26. 

To KiBROTH-H ATTA A VAH. Num. 33 : 16. 

Complaining punished by fire. 

Num. 11:1-3. 
Called Taberab. Num. 11 : 3. 
Murmuring of the mixed multitude 

and of Israel, for flesh. Num. 11 : 

4-9. 
Flesh promised. Num. 11 : 10—15, 

18-23. 
Seventy elders appointed to assist 

Moses. Num. 11 : 16, 17, 24—30. 
Quails sent for a month. Num 11 : 

19,20,31,32. 
Their murmuring punished. Num. 

11:33. Psa. 78:30, .31. 
Why called Kibroth-hattaavah. 

Num. 11:34. 



To Hazeroth. Num. 11:35. Num. 
33:17. 
Aaron and Miriam envy Moses. 

Num. 12: 1. 2. 
Miriam punished by leprosy. Num. 

12:10. 
Delayed seven days for Miriam. 
Num. 12: 14,15. 
To Kadesh-barnea in wilderness 
OP RiTHMAH OR Paran. Deu. 1 : 
19, and Num 32: 8, with Num 12: 
16, and Num. 33: 18. 
The people anxious to have the 
land of Canaan searched. Deu. 
1:22. 
Moses commanded to send spies. 

Num. 13:1,2. 
Persons selected as spies. Num.13: 

3-16. 
Spies sent. Jos. 14:7, with Num. 

13 : 17—20. 
Spies bring back evil report. Num. 

13 : 26-33. 
The people terrified and rebel. 

Num. 14: 1—4. 
Punishment for rebellion. Num. 
14 : 26, 35. Num. 32 : 11—13. Deu. 
1:35,36,40. 
Guilty spies slain by plague. Num. 

14 : 36, 37. 
People smitten by Amalek for go- 
ing up without the Lord. Num. 
14:40-45. Deu. 1:41-44. 
Returned b¥ the way to the Red 
Sea. Num. 14 : 25. Deu. 1 : 40. Deu. 
2:1, 
Sabbath breaker stoned. Num. 15 : 

32-26. 
Rebellion of Korab. Num. 16:1—19. 
Korab, &c. punished. Num. 16: 

30-35. 
Plague sent. Num. 16: 41 — 46. 
Plague stayed. Num. 16: 47— 50. 
God's choice of Aaron confirmed. 
Num. 17 cb. 
To RiMMON-PAREZ. Num. 33: 19. 
To Libnah OR Laban. Num. 33: 20. 

Dfcu. 1:1. 
To RissAH. Num. 33:21. 
To Kehelathah. Num. 33 : 22. 
To Mount Shapher. Num. 33:23. 
To Haradah. Num. 33: 24. 
To Makheloth. Num. 33: 23. 
ToTahath. Num. 33: 26. 
ToTarah. Num. 33:27. 
To Mithcah. Num. 33 : 28. 
To Hashmonah. Num. 33: 29. 
To Moseroth or Moseea. Num. 33 

30. 
To Bene-jaakan. Num. 33:31. 
To Horhagidgad or Gudgodah. 

Num. 33:32. Deu. 10:7. 
To Jotbathah or Land of Rivers. 

Num. 33: 33. Deu. 10: 7. 
Several of these stations probably 
revisited. Deu. 10: 6, 7, with Num. 
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ToEbronah. Num. 33:34. 
To EziON-GABEE. Num. 33: 35. 
To Kadesh in the wilderness op 
ZiN. Num. 20:1. Num. 33:36. 
Jud. 11:16. 
Miriam dies and is buried. Num. 

20:1. 
Second murmuring for water. Num. 

20:2—6. 
Moses striking the rock instead of 
speaking to it, disobeys God. 
Num. 20:7— 11. 
Moses and Aaron punished. Num 

20:12. 
Called Meribali to commemorate 
the murmuring. Num. 20 : 13. 
Num. 27:14. 
Orders given respecting Edom 

Deu. 2:.3— 6. 
The king of Edom refuses a pas- 
sage. Num. 20: 14—21. Jud. 11: 17. 
To Mount Hor. Num. 20:22. Num. 
33:37. 
Aaron dies. Num. 20:28, 29. Num. 

33 : 38, 39. 
Arad conquered. Num. 21 : 1—3. 

Num. 33:40. 
Called Hormah. Num. 21 : 2, 3. 
To Zalmonah. Num. 33:41. 
Murmuring of the people. Num. 21 : 

4,5. 
Fiery serpents sent. Num. 21 : 6. 
Brazen serpent raised up. Num. 
21 : 7-9. 
ToPuNON. Num. 33:42. 
To Oboth. Num. 21 : 10. Num. 33: 43. 
To Ije-abarim before Moab. Num. 
21:11. Num. 33:44. 
Orders given respecting Moab. 
Deu. 2: 8, 9. 
To Zared or Dibon-gad. Num. 21 : 

12. Num. 33: 45. 

To Almon-Diblathaim. Num. 33:46. 

Across the brook Zered. Deu. 2: 13. 

Time occupied in going from Ka- 

desh-barnea to this station. Deu. 

2:14. 

Order to pass through Ar. Deu. 2 : 

18. 
Orders given respecting Ammon. 
Deu. 2:19. 
Across the Arnon. Num. 21 : 13—15. 

Deu. 2:24. 
To Beer or the Well. Num. 21 : 16. 
To Mattanah. Num. 21: 18. 
To Nahaliel. Num. 21: 19. 
To Bamoth. Num. 21 : 19. 
To the Mountains of Abaeim. 
Num. 21: 20. Num. 33:47. 
The Amorites refuse a passage to 
Israel. Num. 21: 21-23. Deu.2: 
26-30. 
Sihon conquered. Num. 21:23 — 32. 

Deu. 2: 32-36. 
Og conquered. Num. 21: 33—35. 

Deu. 3:1— 11. 
Eeubenites, &c. obtained the land 



taken from the Amorites. Num. 

32 ch. Deu. 3 : 12—17. 
Return to the plains of Moab. 

Num. 22: 1. Num. 33: 48, 49. 
Balak sends for Balaam. Num.22: 

5, 6, 15-17. 
Balaam not permitted to curse 

Israel. Num. 22:9—41. Num. 23 ch. 

Num. 24 ch. 
Israel seduced to idolatry, &c. by 

advice of Balaam. Num. 25:1 — 3. 

Eev. 2:14. 
Israel punished. Num. 25: 5, 9. 
Third numbering. Num. 26:1—62. 
All formerly numbered over twenty 

years old, except Caleb and Josh- 
ua, dead. Num. 26: 63-65, with 

Num. 14: 29. 
The law of female inheritance set- 
tled. Num.27: 1—11, with Num. 

36:1-9. 
Appointment of Joshua. Num.27: 

15—23. 
Midianites destroyed and Balaam 

slain. Num. 31 ch. with Num. 25: 

17, 18. 
The law rehearsed. Deu. 1 : 3. 
The law written by Moses. Deu. 

31: 9. 
Moses beholds Canaan. Deu. 34: 

1-4. 
Moses dies and is buried. Deu. 34 : 

5, 6. 
Joshua ordered to cross Jordan, 

Jos. 1 : 2. 
Two spies sent to Jerico. Jos. 2:1. 
Across the river Jordan. Jos. 4: 

10. 
Illustrative of the pilgrimage of the 
church. So. of Sol. 8: 5. 1 Pet. 1 : 

17. 

Deserts. 

Vast barren plains. Exo. 5 : 3. Jno. 

6:13. 
Uninhabited places. Mat. 14: 15. 

Mar. 6: 31. 
Described as 

Uninhabited and lonesome. Jer. 
2:6. 

Uncultivated. Num. 20: 5. Jer. 2: 2. 

Desolate. Eze. 6:14. 

Dry and without water. Exo. 17: 
1. Deu. 8:15. 

Trackless. Isa. 43: 19. 

Great and terrible. Deu. 1 : 19. 

Waste and howling. Deu. 32 : 10. 
Infested with wild beasts. Isa. 13: 

21. Mar. 1 : 13. 
Infested with serpents. Deu. 8: 15. 
Infested with robbers. Jer. 3: 2, 

Lam. 4: 19. 
Danger of travelling in. Exo. 14: 3. 

2 Cor. 11 : 26. 
Guides required in. Num. 10: 31. 

Deu. 32 : 10. 



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Phenomena of, alluded to; 
Mirage or deceptive appearance of 

water. Jcr. 15: 18. (manj.) 
Simoon or deadly wind. 2 Kin. 19: 

7. Jer. 4: 11. 
Tornadoes or whirlwinds. Isa.21: 1. 
Clouds of sand and dust. Deu. 28: 
24. Jer. 4 : 12, 13. 
Mentioned in Scripture; 
Arabian or great desert. Exo. 23: 

31. 
Betliaven. Jos. 18:12. 
Beersheba. Gen. 21:14. 1 Kin. 19: 

3, 4. 
Damascus. 1 Kin. 19: 15. 
Edom. 2 Kin. 3:8. 
Engedi. 1 Sam. 24:1. 
Gibeon. 2 Sam. 2: 24. 
Judea. Mat. 3:1. 
Jeruel. 2Cbr. 20: 16. 
Kcdemotb. Deu. 2 : 26. 
Kadesb. Psa. 29:8. 
Maon. ISam. 23:24, 25. 
Paran. Gen. 21:21. Num. 10:12. 
Shur. Gen. 16 : 7. Exo. 15 : 22. 
Sin. Exo. 16:1. 

Sinai. Exo. 19:1, 2. Num. 33:16. 
Ziph. 1 Sam. 23: 14, 15. 
Zin. Num.20: 1. Num. 27: 14. 
Of the Red Sea. Exo. 13 : 18. 
Near Gaza. Acts 8: 26. 
Heath often found in. Jer. 17 : 6. 
Parts of, afforded pasture. Gen. 36: 

24. Exo. 3: 1. 
Inhabited by wandering tribes. Gen, 

21 : 20, 21 . Psa. 72 : 9. Jer. 25 : 24. 
The persecuted fled to 1 Sam. 23: 

14 Heb. 11 : .38. 
The disaffected fled to. 1 Sam. 22 : 2. 

Acts 21 : 38. 
Illustrative of 
Barrennfess. Psa. 106:9. Psa. 107 : 

33, 35. 
Those deprived of all blessings. 

Hos. 2:3. 
The world. So. of Sol. 3: 6. So. of 

Sol. 8:. 5, 
The Gentiles. Isa. 35: 1, 6. Isa. 

41 : 19. 
What affords no support. Jer. 2: 

31. 
Desolation by armies. Jer. 12: 10 
-13. Jer. 50:12. 

Despair. 

Produced in the wicked by divine 

judgments. Deu. 28: 34, 67. Rev. 

9:6. Rev. 16:10. 
Leads to 

Continuing in sin. Jer. 2:25. Jer. 
18:12. 

Blasphemy. Isa. 8: 21. Rev. 16: 
10, 11. 
Shall seize upon the wicked at the 

appearing of Christ. Rev. 6: 16. 



Saints sometimes tempted to. Job 

7:6. Lam. 3: 18. 
Saints enabled to overcome. 2 Cor. 

4 : 8, 9. 
Trust in God, a preservative against. 

Psa.42:5, 11. 
Exemplified. Cain, Gen. 4: 13, 14. 

Ahithophel, 2 Sam. 17: 23. Judas, 

Mat. 27:5. 

Devil, The. 

Sinned against God. 2 Pet. 2: 4. 1 

Jno. 3:8. 
Cast out of heaven. Luke 10:18. 
Cast down to hell. 2 Pet. 2: 4. Jude 6. 
The author of tlie fall. Gen. 3: 1, 6, 

14,24. 
Tempted Christ. Mat. 4:3— 10. 
Perverts the Scriptures. Mat. 4 : 6, 

with Psa. 91: 11, 12. 
Opposes God's work. Zee. 3: 1. 1 

The. 2:18. 
Hinders the gospel. Mat. 13: 19. 2 

Cor. 4:4. 
Works lying wonders. 2 The. 2: 9, 

Rev. 16:14. 
Assumes the form of an angel or 

light. 2 Cor. 11:14. 
The wicked 
Are the children of. Mat. 13: 38, 

Acts 13 : 10. 1 Jno. 3 : 10. 
Turn aside after. 1 Tim. 5:15. 
Do the lusts of. Jno. 8:44. 
Possessed by. Luke 22 : 3. Acts 5; 

3. Eph. 2:2. 
Blinded by. 2 Cor. 4: 4. 
Deceived by. 1 Kin. 22 : 21, 22. Rev. 

20:7,8. 
Ensnared by. 1 Tim. 3:7, 2 Tim, 

2:26. 
Troubled by. 1 Sam. 16 : 14. 
Punished, together with. Mat. 
25:41. 
Saints 
Afflicted by, only as God permits. 

Job 1:12. Job 2: 4-7. 
Tempted by. 1 Chr. 21 : 1. 1 The. 

3: 5. 
Sifted by. Luke 22 : 31. 
Should resist. Jas. 4:7. 1 Pet. 5 : 9. 
Should be armed against. Eph, 

6:11-16. 
Should be watchful against. 2 Cor. 

2:11. 
Overcome. 1 Jno. 2 : 13. Rev. 12 : 10, 

11. 
Shall finally triumph over. Rom. 
16 : 20. 
Triumph over, by Christ 
Predicted. Gen. 3:15. 
In resisting his temptations. Mat. 

4:11. 
In casting out the spirits of. Luke 

11:20. Luke 13: 32. 
In empowering His disciples to cast 
out. Mat, 10:1, Mar. 16: 17. 



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DIE. 



In destroying the works of. 1 Jno. 
3:8. 

Completed by His death. Col. 2: 15. 
Heb. 2. 14. 

Illustrated. Luke 11 : 21, 22. 
Character of, 

Presumptuous. Job 1 : 6. Mat. 4 : 
5,6. 

Proud. 1 Tim. 3:6. 

Powerful. Eph. 2: 2. Eph. 6: 12. 

Wicked. IJno. 2:13. 

Malignant. Job 1 : 9. Job 2 : 4. 

Subtle. Gen. 3:1, with 2 Cor. 11 : 3. 

Deceitful. 2 Cor. 11 : 14. Eph. 6: 11. 

Fierce and cruel. Luke 8: 29. Luke 
9 : 39, 42. 1 Pet. 5 : 8. 

Cowardly. Jas. 4 : 7. 
The Apostacy is of. 2 Thes. 2 : 9. 

Tim. 4:1. 
Shall be condemned at the judgment. 

Jude6. Rev. 20: 10. 
Everlasting fire is prepared for. Mat. 

25 : 41. 
Compared to, A fowler, Psa. 91 : 3. 

Fowls, Mat. 13:4. A sower of tares. 

Mat. 13: 25, 28. A wolf, Jno. 10: 12. 

A roaring lion, 1 Pet. 5: 8. A serpent. 

Rev. 12:9. Rev. 20:2. 

Devotcdness to God, 

A characteristic of saints. Job 23 : 12. 
Christ, an example of. Jno. 4 : 34. 

Jno. 17:4. 
Grounded upon 
The mercies of God. Rom. 12 : 1. 
The goodness of God. 1 Sam. 12:24. 
The call of God. 1 The. 2 : 12. 
The death of Christ. 2 Cor. 5 : 15. 
Our creation. Psa. 86: 9. 
Our preservation. Isa. 46: 4. 
Our redemption. 1 Cor. 6: 19, 20. 
Should be 
With our spirit. 1 Cor. 6: 20. 1 Pet. 

4:6. 
With our bodies. Rom. 12:1. 1 Cor. 

6:20. 
With our members. Rom. 6: 12, 13. 

1 Pet. 4:2. 
With our substance. Exo. 22:29. 

Pro. 3 : 9. 
Unreserved. Mat. 6: 24. Luke 14: 33. 
Abounding. 1 The. 4:1. 
Persevering. Luke 1 : 74, 75. Luke 

9:62. 
In life and death. Rom. 14:8. Phi 

1:20. 
Should be exibited in 
Loving God. Deu. 6: 5. Luke 10: 27. 
Serving God. 1 Sam. 12 : 24. Rom. 

12:11. 
Walking worthy of God. 1 The. 2 : 

12. 
Doing all to God's glory. 1 Cor. 10: 

31. 
Bearing the cross. Mar. 8 : 34. 
Self-denial. Mar. 8:34. 



Living to Christ. 2 Cor. 5: 15. 
Giving up all for Christ. Mat. 19: 

21, 28, 29. 
Want of, condemned. Rev. 3: 16. 
Exemplified. Joshua, Jos. 24: 15. Peter, 
Andrew, James, John, Mat. 4: 20-- 22. 
Joanna, ti-c. Luke 8:3. Paul, Phi. 
1 : 21. Timothy, Phi, 2: 19—22. Epajjh- 
roditus. Phi. 2: 30. 

Diet of the Jews, The. 

In patriarchial age. Gen. 18: 7, 8. 

Gen. 27:4. 
In Egypt. Exo. 16:3. Num. 11:5. 
In the wilderness. Exo. 16 : 4—12. 
Of the poor, frugal. Ruth 2: 14. Pro, 

15:17. 
Of the rich, luxurious. Pro. 23:1-3. 

Lam. 4:5. Amos6:4, 5. Luke 16: 

19. 
Articles used foe; 

Milk. Gen. 49:12. Pro. £7:27. 

Butter. Deu. 32 : 14. 2 Sam. 17 : 29. 

Cheese. 1 Sam. 17: 18. Job 10: 10, 

Bread. Gen. 18:5. 1 Sam. 17:17. 

Parched corn. Ruth 2: 14. 1 Sam. 
17:17. 

Flesh. 2 Sam. 6:19. Pro. 9:2. 

Fish. Mat. 7 : 10. Luke 24 : 42. 

Herbs. Pro. 15: 17. Rom. 14: 2. 
Heb. 6: 7. 

Fruit. 2 Sam. 16: 2. 

Dried fruit. 1 Sam. 25:18. 1 Sana. 
30 : 12. 

Honey. So. of Sol. 5: 1. Isa. 7: >5. 

Oil. Deu. 12 : 17. Pro. 21 : 17. Eze. 
16:13. 

Vinegar. Num. 6: 3. Ruth 2: 14. 

Wine. 2 Sam. 6: 19. Jno. 2: 3, JO. 

Water. Gen. 21:14. Mat. 10:42. 
Expressed by bread aiid water. 1 

Kin. 13:9,16. 
Generally prepared by females. Geu. 

27 : 9. 1 Sam. 8 : 13. Pro. 31 : 15. 
Was taken 

In the morning, sparingly. Jud. 
19:5, with Ecc. 10:16, 17. 

At noon. Gen. 43 : 16. Jno. 4 : 6, 8. 

In the evening. Gen. 24: 11, 33. 
Luke 24 : 29, 30. 

Often sitting. Gen. 27:19. Gen. 43: 
33. 

Often reclining. Amos 6 : 4. Jno. 
13 : 23. 

With the hand. Mat. 26: 2.3. with 
Luke 22: 21. 
Thanks given before. Mar. 8: 6, Acts 

27 : 35. 
Purification before. 2 Kin. 3: 11. 

Mat. 15:2. 
A hymn sung after. Mat. 26: 30. 
Men and women did not partake of, 

together. Gen. 18: 8, 9. Est. 1 : 3, 9. 
Articles of, often sent as presents. 1 

Sam. 17 : 18. 1 Sam. 25 : 18, 27. 2 Sam. 

16:1,2. 



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DIS. 



Diligence. 

Christ, au example. Mar. 1 : 35. Luke 

2:49. 
Re^ljued by God in 
Seeking Him. IChr. 22:19. Heb. 

11:6. 
Obeying Him. Deu. 6: 17. Deu. 

11:13. 
Hearkening to Him. Isa, 55:2. 
Striving after perfection. Phi. 3: 

18, n. 
Cultivating Christian graces. 2 

Pet. 1: 5. 
Keeping the .soul. Deu. 4 : 9. 
Keeping the heart. Pro. 4 : 23. 
Labors of love. Heb. 6: 10—12. 
Following every good work. 1 Tim. 

5:10. 
Guarding against defilement. Heb. 

12:15. 
Seeking to be found spotless. 2 Pet. 

3: 14. 
Making our calling, &c., sure. 2 Pet. 

1: 10. 
Self-examination. Psa. 77 : 6. 
Lawful business. Pro. 27 : 23. Ecc. 

9:10. 
Teaching religion. 2 Tim. 4 : 2. 

Jude 3. 
Instructing children. Deu. 6: 7. 

Deu. 11 : 19. 
Discharging official duties. Deu. 

19:18. 
Saints should abound in. 2 Cor. 8: 7. 
In the service of God 
.Should be persevered in. Gal. 6: 9. 
Is not in vain. 1 Cor. 15 : 58. 
Preserves from evil. Eso. 15 : 26. 
Leads to assured hope. Heb. 6:11. 
God rewards. Deu. 11 : 14. Heb. 11 : 6. 
In temporal matters, leads to 
Favor. Pro. 11 : 27. 
Prosperity. Pro. 10:4. Pro. 13:4. 
Honor. Pro. 12 : 24. Pro. 22 : 29. 
Illustrated. Pro. 6 : 6—8. 
Exemplified. Jctcob, Gen. 31 : 40. Ruth, 
Ruth 2: 17. Hezelciah, 2 Chr. 31 : 21. 
Nchcmiah, dkc. Neh. 4: 6. Psalmist, 
Psa. 119:60. Apostles, Acts 5: 42. 
Apollos, Acts 18: 25. Titus, 2 Cor. 8: 
22. Paul, 1 The. 2 : 9. Onesiphorus, 2 
Tim. 1 : 17. 

Discipline of the Cfaurch. 

Ministers authorized to establish. 

Mat. 16: 19. Mat. 18:18. 
Consists in 
Maintaining sound doctrine. 1 Tim. 

1:3. Tit. 1:13. 
Ordering its affairs. 1 Cor. 11 : 34. 

Tit. 1: 5. 
Rebuking offenders. 1 Tim. [5:20. 

2 Tim. 4: 2. 
Removing obstinate offenders. 1 

Cor. 5 : 3—5, 13. 1 Tim. 1 : 20. 



Should bo submitted to. Heb. 13: 17. 
Is for edification. 2 Cor. 10: 8. 2 

Cor. 13 : 10. 
Decency and order, the objects of. 

1 Cor. 14 : 40. 
Exercise, in a spirit of charity. 

Cor. 2:6-8. 
Prohibits women preaching. 1 Cor. 

14: 34. 1 Tim. 2:12. 

Diseases, 

Often sent as punishment. Deu. 28: 

21. Jno. 5:14. 
Often brought from other countries. 

Deu. 7 : 15. 
Often through Satan. 1 Sam. 16; 

14—16. Job 2: 7. 
Regarded as visitations. Job 2: 7 — 10. 

Psa. 38:2, 7. 
Intemperance a cause of. Hos. 7 : 5. 
Sins of youth a cause of. Job 20: 11. 
Over-excitement a cause of. Dan. 8: 

27. 
Were many and divers. Mat. 4: 24. 
Mentioned in Scripture; 
Ague. Lev. 26 : 16. 
Abscess. 2 Kin. 20: 7. 
Atrophy. Job 16 : 8. Job 19 : 20. 
Blindness. Job 29 : 15. Mat. 9 : 27. 
Boils and blains. Exo. 9 : 10. 
Consumption. Lev. 26:16. Deu. 

28 : 22. 
Demoniacal possession. Mat. 15 : 

22. Mar. 5 : 15. 
Deafness. Psa. 38: 13. Mar. 7 : .32. 
Debility. Psa. 102 : 23. Eze. 7 : 17. 
Dropsy. Luke 14 : 2. 
Dumbness. Pro. 31 : 8. Mat. 9: 32. 
Dvsentery. 2 Chr 21 : 12—19. Acts 

28:8. 
Emerods. Deu. 28: 27. 1 Sam. 5: 

6,12. 
Fever. Deu. 28:22. Mat 8: 14. 
Impediment speech. Mar. 7 : 32. 
Itch. Deu. 28:27. 
Inflammation. Deu. 28:22. 
Issue of blood. Mat. 9 : 20. 
Lameness. 2 Sam. 4: 4. 2 Chr. 

16 : 12. 
Leprosy. Lev. 13:2. 2 Kin. 5:1. 
Loss of appetite. Job 33: 20. Psa. 

107 : 18. 
Lunacy. Mat. 4:24. Mat. 17:15. 
Melancholy. 1 Sam. 16: 14. 
Palsy. Mat. 8:6. Mat. 9:2. 
Plague. Num. 11 : 33. 2 Sam. 24 

15, 21, 25. 
Scab. Deu. 28: 27. 
Sunstroke. 2 Kin. 4: 18—20. Isa. 

49:10. 
Ulcers. Isa. 1 : 6. Luke 16 : 20. 
Worms. Acts 12 : 23. 
Children subject to. 2 Sam. 12:15c 

1 Kin. 17:17. 
Frequently 
Loathsome. Psa. 38:7. Psa. (41:8. 



DIS. 



DIV. 



Painful. 2 Chr. 21 : 13. Job 3.3 : 19. 
Tedious. Deu. 28 : 59. Jno. 5 : 5. 

Luke 13: 16. 
Complicated. Deu. 28: 60, 61. Acts 

28:8. 

Incurable. 2 Chr. 21 : 18. Jer. 14 : 19. 

Physicians undertook the cure of. 

Jer. 8 : 22. Mat. 9 : 12. Luke 4 : 23. 

Medicine used for curing. Pro. 17 : 

22. Isa. 1 : 6. 
Art of curing, defective. Job 13: 4. 

Mar. 5 : 26. 
God often entreated to cure. 2 Sam. 
12:16. 2 Km. 20:1-3. Psa. 6: 2. 
Jas. 5:14. 
Not looking to God in, condemned. 

2 Chr. 16:12. 
Those afflicted with, 
Anointed. Mar. 6:13. Jas. 5:14. 
Often laid in the streets to receive 
advice from passers by. Mar. 6: 
56. Acts 5: 15. 
Often divinely supported. Psa. 

41:3. 
Often divinely cured. 2 Kin. 20: 5. 
Jas. 5: 15. 
Illustrative of sin. Isa. 1 : 5. 

Disobedience to God. 

Provokes His anger. Psa. 78 : 10, 40. 

Isa. 3:8. 
Forfeits His favor. 1 Sam. 13 : 14. 
Forfeits His promised blessings. Jos. 

5:6. 1 Sam. 2:30. Jer. 18:10. 
Bi-ings a curse. Deu. 11 : 28. Deu. 

28:15, &c. 
A characteristic of the wicked. Eph. 

2:2. Tit. 1:16. Tit. 3:3. 
The wicked persevere in. Jer. 22:21. 
Heinousness of, illustrated. Jer. 35 : 

14, &c. 
Men prone to excuse. Gen. 3: 12, 13. 
Shall be punished. Isa. 42:24, 25. 

Heb. 2:2. ' 
Acknowledge the punishment of, to 

be just. Neb. 9 : 32, 33. Dan. 9 : 10, 

11,14. 
Warnings against. 1 Sam. 12 : 15. 

Jer. 12:17. 
Bitter results of, illustrated. Jer. 9 : 

13, 15. 
Exemplified. Adam and Eve, Gen. 3: 

6, 11. PItaraoh, Exo. 5 : 2. Nadab, 

i-c. Lev. 10:1. Moses, <&c. Num. 

20:8, 11, 24. SnuU 1 Sam. 28:18. 

The prophet, 1 Kin. 13: 20—23. Israel, 

2 Kin. 18 : 9—12. Jonah , Jon. 1:2,3. 

Divination. 

An abominable practice. 1 Sam. 

15:23. (mai-g.) 
All who practised it, abominable. 

Deu. 18:12. 
Practised by 

Diviners. Deu. 18: 14. 



Enchanters. Deu. 18 : 10. Jer. 27 : 9. 
Witches. Exo. 22:18. Deu. 18:10. 
Charmers. Deu: 18:11. 
Wizards. Deu. 18: 11. iSam. 28r3. , 
Consulters of familiar spirits. Deu. i 

18:11. ] 

Magicians. Gen. 41:8. Dan. 4:7. ] 
Astrologers. Isa. 47: 13. Dan. 4: 7. j 
Sorcerers. Jer. 27:9. Acts 13: 6,8. 
Necromancers. Deu. 18:11. 
Soothsayers. Isa. 2 : 6. Dan. 2 : 27. 
False prophets. Jer. 14 : 14. Eze. 

13 : 3, 6. 
Effected theough 
Enchantments. Exo. 7 : 11. Num. 

24:1. 
Sorcery. Isa. 47 : 12. Acts 8 : 11. 
Observing times. 2 Kin. 21 : 6. 
Observing heavenly bodies. Isa. 

37:13. {marg.) 
Raising tlie dead. I Sam. 28: 11, 12. 
Inspecting the inside of beasts. 

Eze. 21:21. 
The flight of arrows. Eze. 21:21, 

22. 
Cups. Gen. 44:2, 5. 
Rods. Hos.4:12. 
Dreams. Jer. 29:8. Zee. 10:2. 
Connected with idolatry. 2 Chr. 

33 : 5, 6. 
Books of, numerous and expensive. 

Acts 19: 19. 
A lucrative employment. Num. 22 : 

7. Acts 16: 16. 
Those who practised. 
Regarded as wise men. Dan. 2 : 

12, 27. 
Regarded with awe. Acts 8: 9, 11. 
Consulted in difficulties. Dan. 2 : 2. 

Dan. 4:6, 7. 
Used mysterious words and ges- 
tures. Isa. 8: 19. 
A system of fraud. Eze. 13 : 6, 7. Jer. 

29:8. 
Frustrated by God. Isa. 44 : 25. 
Could not injure the Lord's people. 

Num. 23:23. 
The law 
Forbade to the Israelites the prac- 
tice of. Lev.l9:26. Deu. 18: 10. 11. 
Forbade seeking to. Lev. 19:31. 

Deu. 18:14. 
Punished with death those who 

used. Exo. 22: 18. Lev. 20: 27. 
Punished those who sought to. Lev. 

20:6. 
The Jews prone to. 2 Kin. 17:17. 
Isa. 2:6. 

Divisions. 

Forbidden in the church. 1 Cor. 1 : 10. 
Condemned in the church. 1 Cor. 1: 

11—13. 1 Cor. 11 : 18. 
Unbecoming in the church. 1 Cor. 

12:24,25. 



DEV. 



DOC. 



Are contrary to the 

Unity of Christ. 1 Cor. 1 : 13. 1 Cor. 
12:13. 

Desire of Christ. Jno. 17 : 21—23. 

Purpose of Christ. .Jno. 10: Ifi. 

Spirit of the primitive churcli. 1 
Cor. 11 : 16. 
Are a proof of a carnal spirit. 1 Cor. 

3:3. 
Avoid those who cause. Eom. 16: 17. 
Evil of, illustrated. Mat. 12: 2.j. 

Divorce. 

Law of marriage against. Gen. 2 : 24. 

Mat. 19:6. 
Permitted 

By the Mosaic law. Deu. 24 : 1. 

On account of hardness of heart. 
Mat. 19 : 8. 
Often sought by the Jews. Mic. 2 : 9. 

Mai. 2:14. 
Sought on slight grounds. Mat. .5: 31. 

Mat. 19:3. 
Not allowed to those who falsely ac- 
cused their wives. Deu. 22 : 18, 19. 
Women 

Could obtain. Pro. 2: 17, with Mar. 
10:12. 

Could marry after. Deu. 24 : 2. 

Responsible for vows after. Num. 
30: 9. 

Married after, could not return to 
first husband. Deu. 24:3, 4. Jer. 
3:1. 

Afflicted by. Isa. 54:4, 6. 
Priests not to marry women after. 

Lev. 21 : 14. 
Of servants, regulated by law. Exo. 

21:7,11. 
Of captives, regulated by law. Deu. 

21:13,14. 
Forced on those who had idolatrous 

wives. Ezr. 10: 2—17. Neh. 13: 23,30. 
Jews condemned for love of. Mai. 2: 

14—16. 
Forbidden by Christ except for adul- 
tery. Mat. 5 : 32. Mat. 19 : 9. 
Prohibition of, offended the Jews. 

Mat. 19:10. 
Illustrative of God's casting off of 

the Jewish church. Isa. 50:1. Jer. 

3:8. 

Doctrines, False. 

Destructive to faith. 2 Tim. 2 : 18. 
Hateful to God. Rev. 2 : 14, 15. 
Unprofitable and V~din. Tit. 3: 9. Heb. 

13:9. 
Should be avoided by 

Ministers. 1 Tim. 1 : 4. 1 Tim. 6 : 20. 

Saints. Eph. 4:14. Col. 2: 8. 

All men. Jer. 23 : 16. Jer. 29 : 8. 
The wicked love. 2 Tim. 4 : 3, 4. 



The wicked given up to believe. 2 

The. 2: 11. 
Teaciier.s of 

Not to be countenanced. 2 Jno. 10. 

Should be avoided. Rom. 16: 17, 18. 

Bring reproach on religion. 2 Pet. 
2:2. 

Speak perverse things. Acts 20 : .30. 

Attract many. 2 Pet. 2 : 2. 

Deceive many. Mat. 24:.">. 

Sliall abound in the latter days. 1 
Tim. 4:1. 

Pervert the gospel of Christ. Gal. 
1 : 6, 7. 

Shall bo exposed. 2 Tim. 3 : 9. 
Teachers of, are described as 

Cruel. Acts 20: 29. 

Deceitful. 2 Cor. 11 : 13. 

Covetous. Tit. 1 : 11. 2 Pet. 2 : 3. 

Ungodly. Jnde 4, 8. 

Proud and ignorant. 1 Tim. 6 : 3, 4. 

Cori-upt and reprobate. 2 Tim. 3: 8. 
Try, by Scripture. Isa. 8: 20. 1 Jno. 

4:1. 
Curse on those who teach. Gal. 1 : 8, 9. 
Punishment of those who teach. Mic. 

3:6,7. 2Pet. 2:1, 3. 

Doctrines of the Gospel, The. 

Are from God. Jno. 7 : 16. Acts 13: 12. 
Are taught by Scripture. 2 Tim. 3: 16. 
Are godly. 1 Tim. 6 : 3. Tit. 1 : 1. 
Immorality condemned by. 1 Tim. 1 : 

9—11. 
Lead to fellowship with the Father 

and with the Son. 1 Jno. 1:3. 2 

Jno. 9. 
Lead to holiness. Rom. 6: 17 — 22. 

Tit. 2:12. 
Bring no reproach on. 1 Tim. 6:1. 

Tit. 2:5. 
Ministers should 

Be nourished np in. 1 Tim. 4: 6. 

Attend to. 1 Tim. 4: 13, 16. 

Hold, in sincerity. 2 Cor. 2 : 17. Tit. 
2:7. 

Hold steadfastly. 2 Tim. 1 : 13. Tit. 
1:9. 

Continue in. 1 Tim. 4:16. 

Speak things which become. Tit. 
2:1. 
Saints obey, from the heart. Rom. 

6:17. 
Saints abide in. Acts 2 : 42. 
A faithful walk adorns. Tit. 2: 10. 
The obedience of saints leads to 

surer knowledge of. .Jno. 7 : 17. 
Those who oppose, are 

Proud. ITim. 6:3, 4. 

Ignorant. ITim. 6:4. 

Doting about questions, &c. 1 Tim. 
6:4. 

Not to be received. 2 Jno. 10. 

To be avoided. Rom. 16:17. 
Not endured by the wicked. 2 Tim, 

4:3. 



DOG. 



DEE. 



Dog, The. 

Despised by the Jews. 2 Sam. 3 : 8. 
Desceibed as 

Impatient of injury. Pro. 26: 17. 

Unclean. Luke 16: 21.. 2 Pet. 2: 22. 

Carnivorous. 1 Kin. 14:11. 2 Kin. 
9:3.'5, 36. 

Fond of blood. 1 Kin. 21: 19. 1 
Kin. 22:38. 

Dangerous and destructive. Psa. 
22 : 16. 
Infested cities by night. Psa. IJ9: 

14 15. 
Nothing holy to be given to. Mat. 

7:6. Mat. 15:26. 
Things torn by beasts given to. 

Exo. 22:31. 
Sacrificing of, an abomination. Isa. 

66:3. 
Price of, not to be consecrated. Deu. 

23 : 18. 
When domesticated, 

Employed in watching flocks. Job 
30: 1. 

Fed with the crumbs, &c. Mat. 
15: 27. 
Manner of, in drinking alluded to. 

Jud. 7 : 5. 
Illustrative 

Of Gentiles. Mat. 15: 22, 26. 

Of covetous ministers. Isa. 56: 11. 

Of fools. Pro. 26 : 11. 

Of apostates. 2 Pet. 2 : 22. 

Of persecutors. Psa. 22 : 16, 20. 

Of obstinate sinners. Mat. 7 : 6. 
Rev. 22: 15. 

Of false teachers. Phi. 3 : 2. 

(Dumb,) of unfaithful ministers. 
I'^a. 56:10. 

(Dead.) of the mean, 1 Sam 24: 
14. 2 Sam. 9:8. 

Dove, The. 

Clean and used as food. Deu. 14: 11. 
Offered in sacrifice. Gen. 15 : 9. Lev. 

1:14, 
Impiously sold in the court of the 

temple. Mat. 21 : 12. Jno. 2: 16. 
Characterized by 

Simplicity, Mat. 10: 16. 

Comeliness of countenance. So. of 
Sol. 2:14. 

Softness of eyes. So. of Sol. 1 : 15. 

Sweetness of voice. So. of Sol. 2 : 14. 

Richness of plumage. Psa. 68; 13. 
Mournful tabering of, alluded to. 

Nah. 2:7. 
Dwells in rocks. So. of Sol. 2: 14, 

Jer. 48 : 28. 
Frequents streams and rivers. So. 

of Sol. 5: 12. 
Sent from the ark by Noah. Gen. 8 : 

8, 10, 12. 
Why considered the emblem of peace. 

Gen. 8:11. 



The harbinger of spring. So, of Sol, 

2:12. 
Illdstkative 

Of the Holy Ghost. Mat. 3 : 16. Jno. 
1:32. 

Of the meekness of Christ. So. of 
Sol. 5:12. 

Of the church. So. of Sol. 2: 14. So. 
of Sol. 5 : 2. 

Of mourners. Isa. 38: 14. Isa. 59: 11. 

Of converts to the church. Isa. 
60:8. 

(In its flight,) of the return of Is- 
rael from captivity. Hos. 11 : 11. 



Dragon, The. 



Often of a red color. Rev. 12 : 3. 
Described as 

Powerful. Rev, 12 : 4. 

Poisonous, Deu. 32 : 33. 

Of solitary habits. Job 30 : 29. 
Its mournful voice alluded to. Mic. 

1:8. 
Its wailing alluded to. Mic. 1 : 8. 
Its snufHng up the air alluded to. 

Jer. 14 : 6. 
Its swallowing of its i^rey alluded to. 

Jer. 51 : 34. 
Found in 

The wilderness. Mai. 1 : 3. 

Deserted cities. Isa. J3 : 22. Jer. 
9:11. 

Dry places. Isa. 34 : 13. Isa. 43 : £0. 
A species of, in rivers. Psa. 74: 13. 

Isa. 27:1. 
Illustrative 

Of cruel and persecuting kings. 
Isa. 27 : 1. Isa. 51 : 9. Eze. 29 : 3. 

Of enemies of the church, Psa. 
91 : 13. 

Of wicked men. Psa. 44 : 19. 

Of the devil. Rev. 13:2. Rev. 20: 
2,7, 

(Poison of,) of wine. Deu. 32 : 33. 

Dreams. 

Visions in sleep. Job 33: 15. Dan. 

2:28. 
Often but imaginary. Job 20: 8. Isa. 

29:8. 
Excess of business frequently leads 

to. Ecc. 5 : 3. 
God's will often revealed in. Num. 

12 : 6. Job 33 : 15. 
False prophets 

Pretended to. Jer. 23 : 25— 28. Jer. 
29:8. 

Not to be regarded in. Deu. 13: 1— 
3. Jer. 27:9. 

Condemned for pretending to. Jer. 
23 : 32. 
Vanity of trusting to natural. Ecc. 

5: 7. 
The ancients 

Put great faith in. Jud. 7 : 15. 



DRE. 



73 



EAG. 



Often perplexed by. Gen. 40: 6. 

Gen. 41:8. Job 7:14. Dan. 2: 1. 

Dan. 4 : .'>. 
Anxious to have, explained. Gen. 

40:8. Dan. 2:3. 
Consulting magicians on. Gen. 41 : 

8. Dan. 2 : 2- 4. 
God the only interpreter of. Gen. 
40 : 8. Gen. 41:16. Dan. 2 : 27—30. 
Dan. 7: 16. 
Mentioned IN Scripture, of 
Abimelech. Gen. 20:3-7. 
Jacob. Gen. 28 : 12. Gen. 31 : 10. 
Laban. Gen. 31:24. 
Josepli. Gen. 37 : 5—9. 
Pharaoh's butler and baker. Gen. 

40:5-19. 
Pharaoh. Gen. 41 : 1—7. 
Midianite. Jud. 7 : 13—15. 
Solomon. 1 Kin. 3: 5 — 15. 
Nebuchadnezzar. Dan. 2: 1, 31. 

Dan. 4 : 5, 8. 
Daniel. Dan. 7 eh. 
Joseph. Mat. 1 : 20, 21. Mat. 2 : 13, 

19, 20. 
Wise men. Mat. 2:11,12. 
Pilate's wife. Mat. 27 : 19. 
Illustrative of 
Prosperity of sinners. Job 20: 5—8. 

Psa. 73:19, 20. 
Impure imaginations. Jude 8 v. 
Enemies of the church. Isa. 29: 7, 8. 

Drink Offering. 

Afltiquity of. Gen. 35: 14. 
Sacrifices accompanied by. Sxo. 29: 

40. Lev. 23:13. 
Quantity appointed to be used for 

each kind of sacrifice. Num. 15: 

3-10. 
For public sacrifices provided by the 

state. Ezr. 7:17. Eze. 45 : 17. 
Not poured on the altar of incense. 

Exo.30:9. 
Omission of, caused by bad vintage. 

Joel 1 : 9, 13. 
Idolatrous Jews 

Offered to the queen of heaven. 
Jer. 7:18. Jer. 44: 17-19. 

Reproved for offering, to idols. Isa. 
57: 5, 6. Isa. 65: 11. Jer. 19: 13. 
Eze. 20 : 28. 
Idolaters often used blood for. Psa. 

16:4. 
Vanity of offering, to idols. Deu. 32 : 

37, 38. 
Illustrative op the 

Offering of Christ. Isa. 53 : 12. 

Pouring out of the Spirit. Joel 2 : 28. 

Devotedness of ministers. Phi. 2: 
17. {Greek.) 

Drunkenness. 

Forbidden. Eph. 5:18. 
Caution against. Ljike 21 : 34. 



Is a work of the flesh. Gal. 5 : 21. ' 
Is debasing. Isa. 28:8. 
Is inflaming. Isa. 5:11. 
Overcharges the heart. Luke 21 : 34. 
Takes away the heart. Hos. 4: 11. 
Leads to 

Poverty. Pro. 21 : 17. Pro. 23: 21. 

Strife. Pro. 23:29,30. 

Woe and sorrow. Pro. 23 : 29, 30. 

Error. Isa. 28: 7. 

Contempt of God's works. Isa. 5 : 12. 

Scorning. Hos. 7:5. 

Rioting and wantonness. Rom. 13: 
13. 
The wicked addicted to. Dan. 5: 

1-4. 
False teachers often addicted to. 

Isa. 56:12. 
Folly of yielding to. Pro. 20 : 1. 
Avoid those given to. Pro. 23: 20. 

1 Cor. 5:11. 
Denunciations against 

Those given to. Isa. 5:11,12. Isa. 
28:1^3. 

Those who encourage. Hab. 2: 15. 
Excludes from heaven. ICor. 6: 10. 

Gal. 5:21. 
Punishment of. Deu. 21: 20, 21. Jo- 
el 1 : 5, 6. Amos 6: 6, 7. Mat. 24:49 

-51. 
Exemplified. Noah, Gen. 9 : 21. A«- 

bal, 1 Sam. 25: 36. Uriah, 2 Sam. 

11: 13. Elah, 1 Kin. 16: 9, 10. Beri- 

hadacl, 1 Kin. 20: 16. Belshazzur, 

Dan. 5. 4, Corinthians, 1 Cor. 11 : 

21. 

Eagle, The. 

A bird of prey. Job 9: 26. Mat. 24: 

28 
: nclean. Lev. 11 : 13. Deu. 14:12. 
Different kinds of. Lev. 11: 13, 18. 

Eze. 17 : 3. 
Called the eagle of the heavens. 

Lam. 4: 19. 
Described as 

Longsighted. Job 39 : 29. 

Swift. 2 Sam. 1 : 23. 

Soaring to heaven. Pro. 23:5. 
Strength of its feathers alluded to. 

Dan. 4 : ,33. 
Greatness of its wings alluded to. 

Eze. 17:3,7. 
Peculiarity of its flight alluded to. 

Pro. 30 : 19. 
Delights in the lofty cedars. Eze. 

17:3,4. 
Dwells in the high rocks. Job 39: 

27, 28. 
Feeds her young with blood. Job 39 : 

29, 30. 
Illustrative 

Of wisdom and zeal of God's min- 
isters. Eze. 1 : 10. Rev. 4 : 7. 

Of great and powerful kings. Eze. 
17:3, Hos. 8:1. 



EAG. 



■> (Renewed strength and beauty of,) 
of the renewal of saints. Psa. 
103 : 5. 

(Mode of teaching her young to 
fly,) of God's care of His church. 
Exo. 19:4. Deu.32:ll. 

(Wings of,) of protection afforded 
to the church. Rev. 12 : 14. 

(Upward flight of,) of the saint's 
rapid progress toward heaven. 
Isa. 40:31. 

(Swiftness of,) of the melting away 
of riches. Pro. 23 : 5. 

(Swiftness of,) of the swiftness of 
hostile armies. Deu. 28 : 49. Jer. 
4:13. Jer. 48:40. Lam. 4:19. 

(Height and security of its dwell- 
ing, 1 of the fancied but fatal se- 
curity of the wicked. Jer. 49: 16. 
Oba. 4 V. 

(Increased baldness t.f, hi the 
moulting season,) of calamities. 
Mic. 1: 1(1. 

(Hasting to tlie prey,) of the swift- 
ness of man's days. Job 9 : 26. 
Was the standard of the Roman ar- 
mies. Mat. 24 : 15, with 28 v. 

Ear, The. 

The organ of hearing. Job 13 : 1. Job 

29:11. 
Capable of trying and distinguishing 

words. Job 12: 11. 
God 

Made. Pro. 20: 12. 

Planted. Psa. 94 : 9. 

Opens. Job 33 : 16. Job 36 : 10. 

Judicially closes. Isa. 6: 10, with 
Mat. 13: 15. 
Christ opens. Isa. 35 : 5. Isa. 43 : 8, 

10.. 
Instruction received through. Isa. 

30:21. 
That hears and receives the word of 

God, blessed. Exo. 15: 26. Mat. 

13:16. 
Should 

Seek knowledge. Pro. 18 : 15. 

Be bowed down to instructions. 
Pro. 5:1. 

Be inclined to wisdom. Pro. 2: 2. 

Be given to the law of God. Isa. 
1:10. 

Receive the word of God. Jer. 9- 
20. 

Hear and obey reproof. Pro. 15 : 31. 
Pro. 25:12. 
Not satisfied with earthly things. 

Ecc. 1 : 8. 
Of the wicked 

Uncircumcised. Jer, : 10. Acts 
7:51. 

Itching. 2 Tim. 4:3. 

Not inclined to hear God. Jer. 7 : 
24. Jer, 35: 15. 



EAR. 



Turned away from God's law. Pro. 

28:9. 
Stopped against God's word. Psa. 
58 : 4. Zee. 7 : 11. 
Not to be stopped at cry of the poor. 

Pro. 21 : 13. 
Blood put on the eight eae of 
Priests at consecration. Exo. 29: 

20. Lev. 8 : 23. 
The healed leper in cleansing him. 
Lev. 14:14. 
Often adorned with rings. Eze. 16: 

12. Hos. 2: 13. 
Of servants who refused to leave 
their masters, bored to the door. 
Exo. 21:6. Deu. 15:17. 

Early Rising. 

Christ set an example of. Mar. 1 : 

35. Luke 21 : 38. Jno. 8 : 2. 
Requisite fob 

Devotion. Psa. 5: 3. Psa. 59: 16. 
Psa. 63:1. Psa. 88:13. Isa. 26:9. 

Executing God's commands. G,.n. 
22:3. 

Discharge of daily duties. Pro. 
31 : 15. 
Neglect of, leads to poverty. Pro. 6 : 

9-11. 
Practised by the wicked, for 

Deceit. Pro. 27: 14. 

Executing plans of evil. Mic. 2: 1. 
Illustrates spiritual diligence. Rom. 

13: 11,12. 
Exemplified. Abraham, Gen. 19: 27. 

Inaac, d-e. Gen. 26: 31. Jacob, Gen. 

28: 18. Joshua, &c. Jos. 3: 1. Gideon, 

Jud. 6: 38. Samuel, 1 Sam. 15: 12. 

David, 1 Sam. 17: 20. Mary, &c. 

Mar. 16: 2. Apostles, Acts 5: 21, 

Earth, The. 

The world in general. Gen. 1 : 2. 
The dry land as divided from waters. 

Gen. 1 : 10. 
God 
Created. Gen. 1:1. Neh. 9:6. 
Laid the foundation of. Job 38: 4. 

Psa. 102:25. 
Formed. Psa. 90: 2. 
Spread abroad. Isa. 42: 5. Isa. 

44 : 24. 
Suspended in space. Job 26: 7. 
Supports. Psa. 75:3. 
Establishes. Psa. 78:69. Psa. 119; 

90. 
Enlightens. Gen. 1: 14—16. Jer. 

33 : 25. 
Waters. Psa. 65: 9. Psa. 147: 8. 
Makes fruitful. Gen. 1: 11. Gen. 

27 : 28. 
Inspects. Zee. 4 : 10. 
Governs supremely. Job 34: 13. 

Psa. 135:6. 
Reigns in. Exo. 8.- 22. Psa, 97: 1. 



EAR. 



EDI. 



Shall bo exalted in. Psa. 46: 10. 
Is the Lord's. Exo. 9:29. 1 Cor. 10: 

26. 
Created to be inhabited. Isa. 45: 18, 
First division of. Gen. 10: 25. 
Ideas of the ancients respecting the 

form of. Job 11 : 9. Job 38 : 18. Pro. 

25 : 3. 
Diversified by hills and mountains. 

Hab. 3:6. 
Full of minerals. Deu. 8: 9. Job 28: 

1-5, 15—19. 
Described as 

God's footstool. Isa. 66: 1. Mat. 
5 ■ 35 

Full of God's goodness. Psa. 33: 5. 

Full of God's riches. Psa. 104: 24. 

Full of God's mercy. Psa. 119: 64. 

Full of God's glory. Num. 14 : 21. 
Isa. 6:3. 

Shining with God's glory. Eze. 
43: 2. 

Trembling before God. Psa. 68 : 8. 
Jer. 10:10. • 

Melting at God's voice. Psa. 46: 6. 

Burning at God's presence. Nah.l : 5. 
Man 

Formed out of. Gen. 2: 7. Psa. 
103:14. 

Given dominion over. Gen. 1 : 26. 
Psa. 115:16. 

By nature is of. 1 Cor. 15 : 47, 48. 

By nature minds the things of. 
Phi. 3:19. 

Brought a curse on. Gen. 3 : 17. 

Shall return to. Gen 3: 19. Psa. 
146:4. 
Subject to God's judgments. Psa. 

46:8. Isa. 11:4. 
Corrupted by sin. Gen. 6: 11, 12. Isa. 

24:5. 
Made barren by sin. Deu. 28:23. Psa, 

107 : 34. 
Made to mourn and languish by sin. 

Isa. 24:4. Jer. 4:28. Jer. 12:4. 

Hos. 4:3. 
Satan goes to and fro in. Job 1:7. 1 

Pet. 5 : 8. 
Shall be filled with the knowledge 

of God. Isa. 11:9. Hab. 2:14. 
Once inundated. Gen. 7:17 — 24. 
Not to be again inundated. Gen. 9: 

11. 2Pet. 3:6, 7. 
To be dissolved by fire. 2 Pet. 3: 7, 

10, 12. 
To be renewed. Isa.*65: 17.2Pet. 3:13. 
Saints shall inherit. Psa. 25: 13. 

Mat. 5: 5. 

Earthquakes. 

Islands and mountainous districts 
liable to. Psa. 114:4, 6. Rev. 6: 
14. Rev. 16: 18, 20. 

Frequently accompanied by 
Volcanic eruptions. Psa. 104 : 32, 
Nah. 1:5. 



Convulsion and receding of the 

sea. 2 Sam. 22: 8, 16. Psa. 18: 7,- 

1.5. Psa. 46:3. 
Opening of the earth. Num. 16: 

31, 32. 
Overturning of mountains. Psa. 

46:2. Zee. 14: 4. 
Rending of rocks. Mat. 27 : 51. 
Are visible tokens of 
God's power. Job 9 : 6. Heb. 12 : 26 
God's presence. Psa. 68:7, 8. Psa 

114:7. 
God's anger. Psa. 18: 7. Psa. 60 

2. Isa. 13: 13. 
Men always terrified by. Num. 16 
34. Zee. 14:5. Mat. 27:54. Rev. 
11: 13. 
Mentioned in Scripture; 
At Mount Sinai. Exo. 19: 18. 
In the wilderness. Num. 16:31,32. 
In strongholds of Philistines. 1 

Sam. 14: 15. 
When Elijah fled from Jezebel. 1 

Kin. 19:11. 
In Uzziah's reigu. Amos 1:1. Zee. 

14:5. 
At our Lord's death. Mat. 27 : 51. 
At our Lord's resurrection. Mat. 

28:2. 
AtPhilippi. Acts 16: 26. 
Before destruction of Jerusalem, pre- 
dicted. Mat. 24 : 7. Luke 21 : 11. 
At Christ's second coming, predicted. 

Zee. 14:4. 
Illustrative of 
The judgments of God. Isa. 24 : 19, 

20. Isa. 29 : 6. Jer. 4 : 24. Rev. 8 : 5. 
The overthrow of kingdoms. Hag. 

2:6,22. Rev. 6:12, 13. Rev. 16: 

18, 19. 

Edification. 
Described. Eph. 4 : 12—16. 

Is THE OBJECT OF 

The ministerial office. Eph, 4: 
11, 12. 

Ministerial gifts. 1 Cor. 14: 3—5, 12. 

Ministerial authority. 2 Cor, 10: 
8. 2 Cor. 13 : 10. 

The Church's union in Christ. Eph. 
4:16. 
The gospel, the instrument of. Acts 

20:32. 
Love leads to. 1 Cor. 8 : 1. 
Exhortation to. Jude 20, 21. 
Mutual, commanded. Rom. 14:19. 1 

The. 5: 11. 
All to be done to. 2 Cor. 12: 19. Eph. 

4 : 29. 
Use self-denial to promote, in others. 

lCor.lO:23, 33. 
The peace of the Church favors. 

Acts 9: 31. 
Foolish questions opposed to. 1 Tim, 

1:4, 



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EGY. 



Edomites, The. 

Descended from Esau. Gen. 36:9. 
Dwelt in Mount Seir. Gen. 32: 3. 

Deu. 2:4,5. 
Were Called 

Children of Esau. Deu. 2 : 4. 

Brethren of Israel. Num. 20: 14. 
Governed by dukes. Gen. 36 : 15—30, 

40—43. Exo. 15 : 15. 
Afterwards had kings. Gen. 36 : 31— 

39. Num20:14. 
Under a deputy or viceroy while 

subject to Judah. 1 Kin. 22 : 47. 
Character of; 

Wise. Jer. 49: 7. 

Proud and self-confident. Jer. 49: 
16. Oba. 3 V. 

Strong and cruel. Jer. 49:19. 

Vindictive. Eze. 25 : 12. 

Idolatrous. 2 Chr. 25 : 14, 20. 

Superstitious. Jer. 27 : 3, with 9 v. 
Carried on extensive commerce. Eze. 

27 : 20. 
Country of, 

Specially given to them. Deu. 2: 5. 

Fertile and rich. Gen. 27 : 39. 

Mountainous and rocky. Jer. 49: 
16. Mai. 1 : 3. 

Traversed by roads. Num. 20: 17. 

Well fortified. Psa. 60: 9. 

Called Mount Seir. Eze. 35 : 2. 

Called Mount of Esau. Oba. 21 v. 

Called Dumah. Isa. 21 : 11. 

Called Idumea. Isa. 34: 6. Mar. 
3 ' 8 

Called Edom. Isa. 63:1. 
Cities of; 

Dinhabah or Dedan. Gen. 36: 32. 
Jer. 49 : 8. 

Avith. Gen. 36:35. 

Pau. Gen. 36:39. 

Bozra. Jer. 49 : 22. Amos 1 : 12. 

Teman. Jer. 49 : 7. Eze. 25 : 13. 

Ezion-geber, a sea port. 1 Kin. 9: 26. 
Implacable enemies of Israel. Eze. 

35: 0. 
Israel forbidden to hate. Deu. 23: 7. 
Israel forbidden to spoil. Deu. 2: 

4, 6. 2 Chr. 20 : 10. 
Might be received into the con- 
gregation in third generation. Deu. 

23:8. 
Eefused Israel a passage. Num. 20: 

21. Jud. 11 : 17. 
Saul made war against. 1 Sam. 14: 

47. 
David subdued, &c. 2 Sam. 8:14. 1 

Chr. 18:11, 13. 
Slaughter of, by Joab and Abishai. 

1 Kin. 11:16. 1 Chr. 18:12. 
Took refuge in Egypt. 1 Kin. 11: 

17-19. 
Returned after David's death. 1 Kin, 

11 : 21-22. 
Were stirred up against Solomon. 

1 Kin. 11 : 14. 



Confederated with enemies of Israel 
against Jehoshaphat. 2 Chr. 20: 
10. Psa. 83:4-6. 
Miraculous overthrow of. 2 Chr. 20: 

22. 
Revolted from Joram, king of Judah. 

2 Kin. 8 : 20—22. 2 Chr. 21 : 8-10. 
Re-conquered by Amaziah. 2 Kin. 14: 

7, 10. 2 Chr. 25 : 11, 12. 

The Jews ensnarecl by the idols of, 

and punished. 2 Chr. 25 : 14, 15, 20. 

Rebelled against Ahaz. 2 Chr. 28 : 17. 

Aided Babylon against Judah. Psa. 

137:7. Oba. 11. 
Predictions respecting; 
Subjection to Israel. Gen. 25:23 

Gen. 27 : 29, 37. 
Revolt from Israel. Gen. 27: 40. 
Israel's occupation of their coun- 
try. Num. 24: 18. Oba. 17—19 vs. 
To share in the punishment of the 

nations. Jer. 9: 26. Jer. 25:15—27. 

Eze. 32 : 29. 
Punishment for persecuting Israel. 

Isa. 34:5— 8. Isa. 63:1— 4. Lam. 

4 : 21. Eze. 25 : 13, 14. Amos 1 : 11, 12. 

Oba. 10, 15 vs. 
Exterminating slaughter of. Oba. 

18 V. 
Utter desolation of their country. 

Isa. 34 : i)— 17. Eze. 35 : 7—15. 
The king of Babylon an instrument 

of their punishment. Jer. 27 : 3 -6. 
Israel an instrument of their pun- 
ishment. Eze. 25 : 14. Oba. 18 v. 
Their ruin to be an astonishment. 

Jer. 49:17, 21. 
Their future subjection to the Jews. 

Isa. 11:14. Amos 9: 12. 
Remarkable persons of. Doeg, 1 

Sam. 22 : 18. Hadad, 1 Kin. 11, 14, 

19. EUphaz, Job 2: 11. 

Egypt- 
Peopled by Mizraim's posterity. Gen. 

10:6,13,14. 
Boundaries of. Eze. 29:10. 
Dry climate of. Deu. 11 : 10, 11. 
Watered by the Nile. Gen. 41 : 1—3. 

Exo. 1 : 22. 
Inundations of, alluded to. Amos 8 : 8. 
Subject to plague, &c. Deu. 7:15. 
^ Deu. 28:27, 60. 
Sometimes visited by 'famine. Gen. 

41 : 30. 
Called 

The land of Ham. Psa. 105 : 23. Psa. 
106 : 22. 

The South. Jer. 13: 19. Dan. 11 : 14, 
25. 

Sihor. Isa. 23:3. 

Rahab. Psa. 87: 4. Psa. 89: 10. 

House of Bondmen. Exo. 13, 3, 14. 
Deu. 7:8. 
Celebrated foe 

Fertility. Gen. 13 : 10. Gen. 45. 18. 



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77 



EGY. 



Wealth. Heb. 11 : 26. 

Literature. 1 Kin. 4: 30. Acts 7: 22 

Fiuo horses. 1 Kin. 10: 28, 29. 

Fine linen. &c. Pro. 7 : 10. Isa. 19: 9 

Commerce. Gen. 41 : 57. Eze. 27 : 7. 
Religion of, idolatrous. Exo. 12:12, 

Num. 33 : 4. Isa. 19 : 1. Eze. 29 : 7. 
Idolatry of, followed by Israel. Exo, 

32:4, withEze. 20:8, 19. 
Magic practised in. Exo. 7 : 11, 12, 22 

Exo. 8: 7. 
Ruled by kings who assumed the 

name of Pharaoh. Gen. 12: 14, 15. 

Gen. 40:1,2. Exo. 1 : 8, 22. 
Under a governor. Gen. 41 : 41—44. 
Had princes and counsellors. Gen. 

12:15. Isa. 19:11. 

As A POWER WAH 

Proud and arrogant. Eze. 29:3. 

Eze. 30:6. 
Pompous. Eze. 32:12. 
Mighty. Isa. 30:2, 3. 
Ambitious of conquests. Jer. 46: 8. 
Treacherous. Isa. .36: 6. Eze. 29: 6, 7. 
Inhabitants of. 
Superstitious. Isa. 19: 3. 
Hospitable. Gen. 47 : 5, 6. 1 Kin. 11 : 

18. 
Often intermarried with strangers. 

Gen. 21:21. 1 Kin. 3:1. 1 Kin. 11 : 

19. IChr. 2:34, 35. 
Abhorred shepherds. Gen, 46: 34. 
Abhorred the sacrifice of oxen, &c. 

Exo. 8:26. 
Not to be abhorred by Israel. Deu. 

23:7. 
Might be received into the congre- 
gation in third generation. Deu. 

23 : 8. 
Mode of entertaining in. Gen. 43: 

32-34. 
Diet used in. Num. 11 : 5. 
Mode of enbalming in. Gen. 50: 3. 
Often a refuge to strangers. Gen. 12: 
10. Gen. 47:4. 1 Kin. 11:17, 40. 
2Kin. 25, 26. Mat. 2:12, 13. 

TflE ARMIES OF, 

Described. Exo. 14 : 7—9. 
Destroyed in the Red Sea. Exo. 14 : 

23—28. 
Captured and burned Gezer. 1 Kin. 

9: 16. 
Besieged and plundered Jerusalem 

in Rehoboam's time. 1 Kin. 14: 

25, 26. 
Invaded Assyria and killed Josiah 

who assisted it. 2 Kin. 23: 29. 
Deposed Jehoahaz and made Judea 

tributary. 2 Kin. 23: 31-35. 
Assistance of, sought by Judah 

against the Chaldees. Eze. 17: 15, 

with Jer. 37 : 5, 7. 
History of Israel in; 
Their sojourn in it, foretold. Gen. 

15:13. 
Joseph sold into. Gen. 37: 28. Gen. 

39:1. 



Potiphar blessed for Joseph's 

sake. Gen. 39:2— 6. 
Joseph unjustly cast into prison. 

Gen. 39 : 7-20. 
Joseph interprets the chief baker's 

and the chief butler's dreams. 

Gen. 40 : 5-19. 
Joseph interprets Pharaoh's 

dreams. Gen. 41 : 14—32. 
Joseph counsels Pharaoh. Gen. 41 : 

33—36. 
•Joseph made governor. Gen. 41 : 

41-44. 
Joseph's successful provision 

against the years of famine. 

Gen. 41 : 46—56. 
Joseph's ten brethren arrive. Gen. 

42 : 1-6. 
Joseph recognizes his brethren. 

Gen. 42:7,8. 
Benjamin brought. Gen. 43:15. 
Joseph makes himself known to 

his brethren. Gen. 45 : 1 — 8. 
Joseph sends for his father. Gen. 

45:9—11. 
Pharaoh invites Jacob into. Gen. 

45:16—20. 
Jacob's journey Gen. 46: 5—7. 
Jacob, &c., presented to Pharaoh. 

Gen. 47 : 1—10. 
Israel placed in the land of Goshen, 

Gen. 46:34. Gen. 47 : 11, 27. 
Joseph enriches the king. Gen. 47: 

13-26. 
Jacob's death and burial. Gen. 49: 

33. Gen. 50:1— 13. 
Israel increase and are oppressed. 

Exo. 1:1— 14. 
Male children destroyed. Exo. 1 : 

15-22. 
Moses born and hid for three 

months. Exo. 2:2. 
Moses exposed on the Nile. Exo. 2 : 

3,4. 
Moses adopted and brought up by 

Pharaoh's daughter. Exo. 2 : 5—10. 
Moses slays an Egyptian. Exo. 2: 

11, 12. 
Moses flies to Midian. Exo. 2: 15. 
Moses sent to Pharaoh. Exo. 3: 

2—10. 
Pharaoh increase's their afl3iction. 

Exo. 5 ch. 
Moses proves his divine mission by 

miracles. Exo. 4 : 29—31. Exo. 7 : 

10. 
Egypt is plagued for Pharaoh's ob- 
stinacy. Exo. 7: 14, to Exo. 10 ch. 
The passover instituted. Exo. 12: 

1-28. 
Destruction of the first-born. Exo. 

12 : 29, 30. 
Israel spoil the Egyptians. Exo. 12 ; 

35, 36. 
Israel driven out of. Exo. 12 : 31—33. 
Date of the Exodus. Exo. 12: 41, 

Heb. 11:27. 



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Pharaoh purs-ues Israel and is mi- 
raculously destroyed. Exo. 14 : 

5-25. 
Prophecies respecting ; 
Dismay of its inhabitants. Isa. 19: 

1. 16, 17. 
Infatuation of its princes. Isa. 19: 

3, 11—14. 
Failure of internal resources. Isa. 

19 : 5—10. 
Civil war and domestic strife. Isa. 

19:2. 
Armies destroyed by Babylon. Jer. 

46:2-12. 
Invasion by Babylon. Jer. 46: 13, 

24. Eze. 32:11. 
Destruction of its power. Eze. 30 

24, 25. 
Destruction of its cities. Eze. 30 

14—18. 
Destruction of its idols. Jer. 43 

12, 13. Jer. 46: 25. Eze. 30: 13. 
Spoil of, a reward to Babylon for 

services against Tyre. Eze. 29 

18—20. 
Captivity of its people. Isa. 20:4. 

Jer. 46 : 19, 24, 26. Eze. 30 : 4. 
Utter desolation of, for forty years 

Eze. 29:8— 12. Eze. 30:12. Eze 

32:15. 
Allies to share its misfortunes 

Eze. 30:4, 6. 
The Jews who practised its idola 

try to share its punishments. Jer 

44.7-28. 
Terror occasioned by its fall. Eze 

32 : 9, 10. 
Ever to be a base kingdom. Eze 

29:15. 
Christ to be called out of. Hos. 11 

1. Mat. 2:15. 
Conversion of. Isa. 19: 18—20. 
To be numbered and blessed along 

with Israel. Isa. 19: 23-2.5. 
Prophetic illustration of its de- 
struction. Jer. 43 : 9, 10. Eze. 30 : 

21,22. Eze. 32:4-6. 

Election. 

Of Christ, as Messiah. Isa. 42:1. 1 

Pet. 2:6. 
Of good angles, t Tim. 5:21. 
Of Israel. Deu. 7 : 6. Isa. 45 : 4. 
Of ministers. Luke 6: 13. Acts 9: 

15. 
Of churches. 1 Pet. 5: 13. 
Of Saints, is 

Of God. 1 The. 1:4. Tit. 1:1. 

By Christ. Jno. 13 : 18. Jno. 15 : 16. 

In Christ. Eph. 1 : 4. 

Personal. Mat. 20: 16, with Jno. 
6:44. Acts 22: 14. 2 Jno. 1 : 13. 

According to the purpose of God. 
Eom.9: 11. Eph. 1: 11. 

According to the foreknowledge of 
God. Rom. 8:29. 1 Pet. 1:2. 



Eternal. Eph. 1 : 4. 

Sovereign. Rom. 9: 15, 16. 1 Cor. 1: 

27. Eph. 1 : 11. 
Irrespective of merit. Rom. 9:11. 
Of grace. Rom. 11:5. 
Recorded in heaven. Luke 10:20, 
For the glory of God. Eph. 1 : 6. 
Through faith. 2 The. 2 : 13. 
Through sanctiflcation of the 

Spirit. 1 Pet. 1 : 2. 
To adoption. Eph. 1 : 5. 
To salvation. 2 The. 2 : 13. 
To conformity with Christ. Rom. 

8:29. 
To good works. Eph. 2 : 10. 
To spiritual warfare. 2 Tim. 2:4. 
To eternal glory. Rom. 9: 23. 
Ensures to Saints 
Effectual calling. Rom. 8:30. 
Divine teaching. Jno. 17:6. 
Belief in Christ. Acts 13 : 48. 
Acceptance with God. Rom. 11 : 7. 
Protection. Mar. 13:20. 
Vindication of their wrongs. Luke 

18:7. 
Working of all things for good. 

Rom. 8:28. 
Blessedness. Psa. 33: 12. Psa. 65: 

4. 
The inheritance. Isa. 65 : 9. 1 Pet. 

1:4,5. 
Should lead to cultivation of graces. 

Col. 3:12. 
Should be evidenced by diligence. 2 

Pet. 1 : 10. 
Saints may have assurance of. 1 

The. 1 : 4. 
Exemplified. Isaac, Gen. 21 : 12. 
Abram, Neh. 9: 7. Zerubbabel, 
Hag. 2: 23. Aiwstles, Jno. 13: 18. 
Jno. 15:19. Jacob, Rom. 9: 12,13. 
iJ«/«s, Rom. 16 : 13. Paul. Gal. 1 : 15. 

Embalming. 

Unknown to early patriarchs. Gen. 

23:4. 
Learned by the Jews in Egypt. Geu. 

50:2,26. 
Time required for. Gen. 50: 3. 
How performed by the Jews, i^ Chr. 

16 : 14. Luke 23 : 56, with Jno. 19 : 40. 
Not always practised by the Jews. 

Jno. 11 : 39. 
An attempt to defeat God's purpose, 

Gen. 3:19. 

Emblems of the Holy Ghost, The. 

Water. Jno. 3 : 5. Jno. 7 : 38, 39. 
Cleansing. Eze. 16:9. Eze 36:2.5. 

Eph. 5:26. Heb. 10:22. 
Fertilizing. Psa. 1:3. Isa. 27:3. 

6. Isa. 44:3, 4. Isa. 58:11. 
Refreshiag. Psa. 46 : 4. Isa. 41 : 17, 

18. 
Abundant. Jno. 7 : 37, 38. 



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Freely given. Isa. 55: 1. Jno. 4: 

14. Rev. 22:17. 
Fire. Mat. 3:11. 
Purifying. Isa. 4:4. Mai. 3:2,3. 
Illuminating. Exo. 13: 21. Psa. 

78:14. 
Searching. Zep. 1:12, witb 1 Cor. 

2:10. 
Wind. 
Independent. Jno. 3:8. 1 Cor. 12 : 

11. 
Powerful. 1 Kin. 19: 11, with Acts 

2:2. 
Sensible in its effects. Jno. 3 : 8. 
Reviving. Eze. 37: 9,10,14. 
Oil. Psa. 45:7. 
Healing. Luke 10: 34. Rev. 3:18. 
Comforting. Isa. 61 : 3. Heb. 1 : 9. 
Illuminating. Mat.25:3, 4. 1 Jno. 

2:20,27. 
Consecrating. Exo. 29: 7. Exo. 

30:30. Isa. 61:1. 
Rain .\nd dew. Psa. 72 : 6. 
Fertilizing. Eze. 34:26,27 Hos. 

6:3. Hos. 10:12. Hos. 14:5. 
Refreshing. Psa. 68:9. Isa. 18: 4. 
Abundant. Psa. 133:3. 
Imperceptible. 2 Sam. 17: 12, with 

Mar. 4:26-28. 
A DOVE. Mat. 3 : 16. 
Gentle. Mat. 10: 16, with Gal. 5: 

22. 
A VOICE. Isa. 6:8. 
StJeaking. Mat. 10:20. 
Guiding. Isa. 30: 21, with Jno. 16: 

13. 
Warning. Heb. 3:7-11. 
A SEAL. Rev. 7:2. 
Securing. Eph. 1: 13,14. Eph. 4: 

30. 
Authenticating. Jno. 6:27. 2 Cor. 

1:22. 
Cloven Tongues. Acts 2 : 3, 6—11. 

Enemies. 

Christ prayed for His. Luke 23:34. 
The lives of. to be spared. 1 Sam. 

24:10. 2 Sam. 16:10, 11. 
The goods of, to bo taken care of. 

Exo. 23:4, 5. 
Should be 

Loved. Mat. 5 : 44. 

Prayed for. Acts 7 : 60. 

Assis-ted. Pro. 25: 21, with Rom. 
12 : 20. 

Overcome by kindness. 1 Sam. 26: 
21. 
Rejoice not at the misfortunes of. 

Job 31 : 29. 
Rejoice not at the failings of. Pro. 

24:17. 
Desire not the death of. 1 Kin. 3: 11. 
Curse them not. Job 31 : 30. 
Be affectionately concerned for. 

Psa. 35 : 13. 
Tbe friendship of, deceitful. 2 Sam. 



20 : 9, 10. Pro. 26 : 26. Pro. 27 : 6. 

Mat. 26:48, 49. 
God defends against. Psa. 59: 9. 

Psa. 61 : 3. 
God delivers from. 1 Sam. 12: 11. 

Ezr. 8:31. Psa. 18: 48. 
Made to be at peace with saints. 

Pro. 16:7. 
Pray for deliverance from. 1 Sam. 

12:10. Psa. 17:9. Psa. 59:1. Psa. 

64:1. 
Of saints, God will destroy. Psa. CO: 

12. 
Praise God for deliverance from. 

Psa. 136:24. 

Entertainments. 

Often great. Gen. 21 : 8. Dan. 5: 1. 

Luke 5: 29. 
Given on occasions of 
Marriage. Mat. 22: 2. 
Birthdays. Mar. 6: 21. 
Weaning children. Gen. 21. 8. 
Taking leave of friends. 1 Kin. 19^ 

21. 
Return of friends. 2 Sam. 12: 4. 

Luke 15 : 23, &c. 
Ratifying covenants. Gen. 26: 30. 

Gen 31 : 54. 
Sheep-shearing. 1 Sara. 25: 2, 36. 

2 Sam. 13; 23. 
Harvest home. Ruth3:2— 7. Isa. 

9 ' 3 
Vintage. Jud. 9:27. 
Coronation of Kings. 1 Kin. 1 : 9, 

18, 19. 1 Chr. 12: 39, 40. Hos. 

7: 5. 
Ottering voluntary sacrifice. Gen.- 

31 : .54. Deu. 12 : 6, 7. 1 Sam. 1 : 4, 5, 9. 
Festivals. 1 Sam. 20: 5, 24— 26. 
National deliverance. Est. 8: 17. 

Est. 9: 17-19. 
Preparations made for. Gen. 18: 6, 
7. Pro. 9 : 2. Mat. 22 : 4. Luke 15 : 23. 
Kinds of, mentioned in Scrip- 
ture; 
Dinner. Gen. 43: 16. Mat. 22: 4. 

Luke 14 : 12. 
Supper. Luke 14 : 12. Jno. 12 : 2. 
Banquet of wine. Est. 5:6 
Under the direction of a symposi- 
arch or master of the feast. Jno. 
2 : 8, 9. 
Served often by hired servants. Mat. 

22:13. Jno. 2:5. 
Served often by members of the fam- 
ily. Gen. 18:8. Luke 10: 40. Jno. 
12:2. 
Invitations to, 
Often addressed to many. Luke 

14 : 16. 
Often only to relatives and friends. 

1 Kin. 1:0. Luke 14: 12. 
Often by the master in person. 2 

Sam. 13:24. Est.5:4. Zep. 1:7. 

Luke 7 : 36. 



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80 



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Repeated through servants when 
all things were ready. Pro. 9: 1 
—5. Luke 14 : 17. 
Should be sent to the poor, &c. 
Deu. 14: 29, with Luke 14: 13. 
Often given in 
The house. Luke 5 : 29. 
The air, beside fountains. 1 Kin. 

1:9. 
The court of the house. Est. 1 : 5, 

6. Luke 7 : SG : 37. 
The upper room or guest chamber. 
Mar. 14:14, 15. 
Guests at. 
Saluted by the master. Luke 7: 

4.-). 
Usually anointed. Psa. 23: 5. 

Luke 7 : 46. 

Had their feet washed when they 

came a distance. Gen. 18: 4. 

Gen. 43: 24. Luke 7:38,44. 

Arranged according to rank. Gen. 

43 : 33. 1 Sam. 9 : 22. Luke 14 : 10. 

Often had separate dishes. Gen. 

43:34. 1 Sam. 1:4. 
Often ate from the same dish. 
Mat. 26:23. 
Forwardness to take chief seats at, 
condemned. Mat. 23:6. Luke 14: 
7,8. 
A choice portion reserved in, for 
principal guests. Gen. 43: 34. 1 
Sam. 1:5. 1 Sam. 9: 23, 24. 
Custom of presenting the sop at, to 
one of the guests, alluded to. Jno. 
13 : 26. 
Portions of, often sent to the absent. 
2Sam. 11: 8. Neh. 8:10. Est. 9:19. 
Offence given by refusing to go to. 

Luke 14: 18, 24. 
Anxiety to have many guests at, al- 
luded to. Luke 14: 22, 23. 
Men and women did not usually meet 
at. Est. 1: 8,9. Mar. 6: 21, with 
Mat. 14:11. 
None admitted to, after the master 
had risen and shut the door. Luke 
13:24,25. 
Bej,'an with thanksgiving. 1 Sam. 9: 

13. Mar. 8:6. 
Concluded with a hymn. Mar. 14: 

26. 
None asked to eat or to drink more 

than he liked at. Est. 1:8. 
Music and dancing often introduced 
at. Amos 6: 5. Mar. 6:22. Luke 
15: 25. 
Often scenes of great intemperance. 
1 Sam. 25 : 36. Dan. 5 : 3, 4. Hos. 7 : 5. 
Given by the guests in return. Job 1 : 
4. Luke 14: 12. 

Envy. 

Forbidden. Pro. 3:31. Rom. 13:13. 
Produced by foolish disputations. 1 
Tim. 6:4. 



Excited by good deeds of others. 

Ecc. 4: 4. 
A work of the flesh. Gal. 5 : 21. Jas. 4 : 5. 
Hurtful to the envious. Job 5 : 2. 

Pro. 14 : 30. 
None can stand before. Pro. 27 : 4. 
A proof of carnal-mindeduess, 1 Cor. 

3:1,3. 
Inconsistent with the gospel. Jas 

3: 14. 
Hinders growth in grace. 1 Pet. '''■ 

1, 2. 
The wicked 

Are full of. Rom. 1:29. 

Live in. Tit. 3 : 3. 
Leads to every evil work. Jas. 3: 16. 
Prosperity of the wicked should not 

excite. Psa. 37: 1, 35. Psa. 73:3, 

17—20. 
Punishment of. Isa. 26: 11. 
Exemplified. Cain, Gen. 4: 5. Phil- 
istines, Gen. 26: 14. Laban^s sons. 

Gen. 31 : 1. Josej^li's breDiren, Gen. 

37: 11. Joshua, Num. 11: 28, 29. 

Aaron, <£e. Num. 12: 2. Knrah, £-c. 

Num. 16: 3, with Psa. 106: 16. Saul, 

1 Sam. 18:8. Sanballat, d-c. Neh. 

2 : 10. Haman, Est. 5 : 13. Edomitcs, 

Eze. 35 : 11. Princes of Babylon, Dan. 

6:3, 4. Chief Priests, Mar. 15: 10. 

Jeics, Acts 13: 45. Acts 17 : 5. 



Ephod, The. 



The emblem of the priestly office. 

Hos. 3: 4. 
Worn by 
The high priest. 1 Sam. 2: 28. ' 1 

Sam. 14:3. 
Ordinary priests. 1 Sam. 22 : 18. 
Persons engaged in the service of 

God. 1 Sam. 2: 18. 2 Sam. 6:14. 
Generally of linen. 1 Sam. 2: 18. 

2 Sam. 6 : 14. 
For the high priest. 
Commanded to be made. Exo. 

28:4. 
Made of offerings of the people. 

Exo. 25: 4, 7. 
Made of gold, blue, purple, scarlet, 

&c. Exo. 28:6. Exo. 29: 2,3. 
Shoulders of, joined by onyx stones 

engraved with names of the 

twelve tribes of Israel. Exo. 28 : 

7,9-12. Exo. 39: 4, 6, 7. 
Had a girdle of curious work. Exo. 

28:8. 
Breastplate of judgment insepar- 
ably united to. Exo. 28: 25—28. 

Exo. 39:20, 21. 
Worn over the robe. Exo. 28: 31. 

Lev. 8: 7. 
Fastened on with its own girdle. 

Lev. 8: 7. 
Worn or held by him when consult- 
ed. 1 Sam. 23:6, 9-12. 1 Sam. 

30: 7,8. 



EPH, 



EVE. 



Used by idolatrous priests. Jud. 8 : 

27. Jud. 17:5. Jud. 18: 14. 
Israel deprived of, for siu. Hos. 3: 4. 

Ephraim, Tribe of. 

Descended from Joseph's second son 

adopted by Jacob. Gen. 41 : 52. Gen. 

48 : 5. 
Predictions respecting. Gen. 48: 20. 

Deu. 33:13-17. 
Persons selected from, 

To number tlie people. Niuu. 1 : 10. 

To spy out the land. Num. 13: 8. 

To divide the land. Num. 34: 24. 
Strength of, on leaving Egypt. Num. 

1 : 32, 33. 
Led the third division of Israel. 

Num. 10:22. 
Encamped west of the tabernacle. 

Num. 2:18. 
Offering of, at the dedication. Num. 

7 : 48 -53. 
Families of. Num. 26: 35, 36. 
Strength of, on entering Canaan. 

Num.26: 37. 
On Gerizim, said amen to blessings. 

Deu. 27 : 12. 
Bounds of its inheritance. Jos. 16 : 

5—9. 
Could not drive out the Canaanites 

but made them tributary. Jos 16: 

10. Jud. 1 : 29. 
Assisted 

Manasseh in taking Bethel. Jud. 
1 : 22-25. 

Deborah and Barak against Sisera. 
Jud. 5: 14. 

Gideon against Midian. Jud. 7: 24, 
25. 
Remonstrated with Gideon for not 

calling them sooner against Midi- 
an. Jud. 8:1— 3. 
Quarrelled with Jephtha for not 

seeking their aid against Ammon. 

Jud. 12 : 1—4. 
Defeated and many slain. Jud. 12: 

5, 6. 
Some of, at coronation of David. 1 

Chr. 12:30. 
Officers appointed over, by David. 1 

Chr. 27: 10, 20. 
The leading tribe of the kingdom of 

Israel. Isa. 7:2 17. Jer. 31 : 9, 20. 
Many of, joined Judah under Asa. 2 

Chr. 15:9. 
Many of, joined in Hezekiali's pass- 
over and reformation. 2 Chr. 30: 

18. 2 Chr. 31 : 1. 
The tabernacle continued a long 

time in Shiloh, a city of. Jos. 18: 1. 

Jos. 19: 51. 
One of Jeroboam's calves set up in 

Bethel, a city of. 1 Kin. 12: 29. 
Remarkable persons of. Joshua, Num. 

13: 8. Jos. 1: 1. Abdon, Jud. 12: 

13—15. Zichri, 2 Chr. 28 : 7. 



Euphrates, The. 

A branch of the river of Eden. Gen. 

2:14. 
Called 

The river. Exo. 23: 31. Neh. 2: 7. 
Psa. 72:8. 

The great river. Gen. 15 : 18. Deu, 
1:7. 

The flood. Jos. 24:2. 
Waters of, considered wholesome. 

Jer. 2:18. 
Often overflowed its banks. Isa. 8: 

7,8. 
Assyria bounded- by. 2 Kin. 23: 29. 

Isa. 7: 20. 
Babylon situated on. Jer. 51 : 13, 36. 
Extreme eastern boundary of the 

promised land. Gen. 15 : 18. Deu. 1 : 7. 

Deu. 11 : 24. 
Egyptian army destroyed at. Jer. 46: 

2, 6, 10. 
Frequented by the captive Jews. 

Psa. 137:1. 
Captivity of Judah represented by 

the marringof Jeremiah's girdle in. 

Jer. 13:3— 9. 
Prophecies respecting Babylon 

thrown into, as a sign. Jer. 51 : 63. 
Shall be the scene of future judg- 
ments. Rev. 16 : 12. 

Evening, The. 

The day originally began with. Gen. 

1 : 5, &c. 
Divided into two, commencing at 3 

o'clock, and sunset. Exo. 12: 6. 

(marg.) Num. 9: 3. (marg.) 
Called , 

Even. Gen. 19:1. Deu. 28:67. 

Eventide. Jos. 8 : 29. Acts 4 : 3. 

Cool of the day. Gen. 3 ; 8. 
Stretches out its shadows. Jer. 6:4. 
The outgoings of, praise God. Psa. 

65 : 8. 
Man ceases from labor in. Ruth 2: 17. 

Psa. 104:23. 
Wild beasts come forth in. Psa. 59: 

6, 14. Jer. 5 : 6. 

A SEASOX FOR 

Meditation. Gen 24 : 63. 

Prayer. Psa. 55 : 17. Mat. 14 : 15, 23. 

Exercise. 2 Sam. 11 : 2. 

Taking food. Mar. 14: 17, 18. Luke 
24 : 29, 30. 
Humiliation often continued until. 

Jos. 7: 6. Jud. 20: 23, 26. Jud. 21: 

2. Ezr. 9:4, 5. 
Custom of sitting at the gates in. 

Gen. 19:1. 
All defiled persons unclean until. 

Lev. 11 : 24-28. Lev. 15 : 5—7. Lev. 

17:15. Num. 19: 19. 
Part of the daily sacrifice offered in. 

Exo. 29 : 41. Psa. 141 : 2. Dan. 9 : 21. 
Paschal lamb killed in. Exo. 12 : 6, 18. 



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EXC. 



The golden candlestick lighted in. 

Exo. 27: 21, with Exo. 30: 8. 
The sky red in, a token of fair 

weather. Mat. 16 : 2. 

Example of Christ, The. 

Is perfect. Heb. 7 : 26. 
Conformity to, required in 
Holiness. 1 Pet. 1: 15, 16, with 

Rom. 1:6. 
Righteousness. IJno. 2:6. 
Purity. 1 Jno. 3 : 3. 
Love. Jno. 13:34. Eph. 5:2. 1 

Jno. 3: 16. 
Humility. Luke 22 : 27. Phi. 2 : 5, 7. 
Meekness. Mat. 11 : 29. 
Obedience. Jno. 15 : 10. 
Self-denial. Mat. 16: 24. Rom. 15: 3. 
Ministering to others. Mat. 20: 28. 

Jno. 13: 14,15. 
Benevolence. Acts 20: 35. 2 Cor. 

8:7,9. 
Forgiving injuries. Col. 3:13. 
Overcoming the world. Jno. 16: 33, 

with 1 Jno. 5 : 4. 
Being not of the world. Jno. 17 : 16. 
Being guileless. 1 Pet. 2 : 21, 22. 
Suffering wrongfully. 1 Pet. 2: 

21—23. 
Suffering for righteousness. Heb. 

12:3,4. 
Saints predestinated to follow. 

Rom. 8:29. 
Conformity to, progressive. 2 Cor. 
3:18. 

Excellency and Glory of Christ, 

The. 

As God. Jno. 1 : 1-5. Phi. 2 : 6, 9, 10. 
As the Son of God. Mat. 3:17. Heb. 

As one with the Father. Jno. 10 : 30, 38. 
As the First-born. Col. 1 : 15, 18. 
As the First-begotten. Heb. 1 : 6. 
As Lord of lords, &c. Rev. 17 : 14. 
As the image of God. Col. 1 : 15. Heb. 

1:3. 
As Creator. Jno. 1 : 3. Col. 1 : 16. 

Heb. 1:2. 
As tlie Blessed of God. Psa. 45 : 2. 
As Mediator. 1 Tim. 2 : 5. Heb. 8 : 6. 
As Prophet. Deu. 18: 15, 16, with 

Acts 3 : 22. 
As Priest. Psa. 110: 4. Heb. 4: 15. 
As King. Isa. 6: 1—5, with Jno. 12: 41. 
As Judge. Mat. 16: 27. Mat. 25: 31, 33. 
As Shepherd. Isa. 40: 10, 11. Jno. 

10:11,14. 
As Head of the Church. Eph. 1 : 22. 
As the true Light. Luke 1 : 78, 79. 

Jno. 1:4, 9. 
As the foundation of the Church. Isa. 

28: 16. 



As the way. Jno. 14:6. Heb. 10: 

19, 20. 
As the truth. 1 Jno. 5 : 20. Rev. 3'. 7. 
As the life. Jno. 11:25. Col. 3: 4. 

1 Jno. 5 : 11. 
As incarnate. .Jno. 1 : 14. 
In His words. Luke 4 : 22. Jno. 7 : 46. 
In His works. Mat. 13: 54. Jno. 2: 11. 
In His sinless perfection. Heb. 7 : 

26-28. 
In the fulness of His grace and 

truth. Psa. 45 : 2, with Jno. 1 : 14. 
In His transfiguration. Mat. 17: 2, 

with 2 Pet. 1:16-18. 
In His exaltation. Acts 7: 55, 56. 

Eph. 1 : 21. 
In the calling of the Gentiles. Psa. 

72:17. Jno. 12:21, 23. 
In the restoration of the Jews. Psa. 

102 : 16. 
In His triumph. Isa. 63: 1—3, with 

Rev. 19:11,16 
Followed His sufferings. 1 Pet. 1 : 

10,11. 
Followed His resurrection. 1 Pet. 

1:21. 
Is unchangeable. Heb. 1 : 10—12. 
Is incomparable. So. of Sol. 5:10. 

Phi. 2:9. 
Imparted to saints. Jno. 17: 22. 2 

Cor. 3 : 18. 
Celebrated by the redeemed. Rev. 

5:8-14. Rev. 7:9—12. 
Revealed in the gospel. Isa. 40: 5. 
Saints sliall rejoice at the revelation 

of. 1 Pet. 4 : 13. 
Saints shall behold, in heaven. Jno 

17 : 24. 

Excellency and Glory of 

the Church, The. 

Derived from God. Isa. 28:5. 
Derived from Christ. Isa. 60: 1. 

Luke 2: 34. 
Result from the favor of God. Isa. 

43:4. 
God delights in. Psa. 45 : 11. Isa. 62 

3-5. 
Saints delight in. Isa. 66: 11. 
Consist in its 
Being the seat of God's worship. 

Psa. 96:6. 
Being the temple of God. 1 Cor. 

3:16,17. Eph. 2:21,22. 
Being the body of Christ. Eph. 1 : 

22, 23. 
Being the bride of Christ. Psa. 45 : 

13,14. Rev. 19:7, 8. Rev. 21:2. 
Being established. Psa. 48:8. Isa. 

33 : 20. 
Eminent position. Psa. 48: 2. Isa. 

2: 2. 
Graces of character. So. of Sol. 

2:14. 
Perfection of beauty. Psa. 50: 2. 



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Mombcrs being righteous. Isa. 60: 

21. Rev. 19:8. 
Strength and defence. Psa. 48: 12, 

13. 
Sanctification. Eph. h : 20, 27. 
Augmented by increase of its mem- 
bers. Isa. 49: 18. Isa. 60: 4—14. 
Are abundant. Isa. 66:11. 
Sin obscures. Lam. 2 : 14, 15. 

Eye, The. 

Tlie light of the body. Mat. 6:22. 

Luke 11 : 34. 
God 

Made. Pro. 20:12. 

Formed. Psa. 94:9. 

Opens. 2 Kin. 6 : 17. Psa. 146 : 8. 

Enlightens. Ezr. 9 : 8. Psa. 13 : 3. 
Frequently fair. iSam. 16:12 (marg.) 
Sometimes tender. Gen. 29: 17. 
Sometimes blemished. Lev. 21 : 20. 
Parts of, mentioned in Scripture ; 

The apple or ball. Deu. 32: 10. 

The lid. Job 16: 16. 

The brow. Lev. 14 : 9. 
Actions of, mentioned in Scrip- 
ture. 

Seeing. Job 7 : 8. Job 28 : 10. 

Winking. Pro. 10:10. 

Weeping. Job 16:20. Psa. 88:9. 
Lam. 1: 16. 

Directing. Num. 10:31. Psa. 32:8. 
The light of, rejoices the heart. Pro. 

1.") : 30. 
Not satisfied with seeing. Prov. 27 : 

20. Ecc. 1 : 8. 
Not satisfied with riches. Ecc. 4 : 8. 
No evil thing to be set before. Psa. 

101 : 3. 
A guard to be set on. Job 31 : 1. Pro. 

23:. 31. 
Made red by wine. Gen. 49 : 12. Pro. 

23:29. 
Grows dim by sorrow. Job 17 : 7. 
Grows dim by age. Gen. 27 : 1. 1 Sam. 

3:2. 
Consumed by grief. Psa. 6: 7. Psa. 

31: 9. 
Consumed by sickness. Lev. 26:16. 
The .Jews 

Wore their phylacteries between, 
Exo. 13: 16, with Mat. 23: 5. 

Not to make baldness between. 
Deu. 14:1. 

Raised up, in prayer. Psa. 121:1. 
Psa. 123:1. 

Cast, on the ground in humiliation. 
Luke 18 : 13. 
The Jewish women often painted. 

2 Kin. 9:30. {marg.) Jer. 4: 30. 

imarg.) Eze. 23:40. 
Often put out as a punishment. Jud. 

16:21. ISam. 11:2. 2 Kin. 25:7. 
Punishment for injuring. Exo. 21 : 24, 

26. Lev. 24 : 20. Mat. 5 : 38. 
Illustrative 



Of the mind. Mat. 6: 22. 23. 
(Open,) of spiritual illumination. 

Psa. 119:18, 37. 
(Anointing with eyesalve,) of 

healing By the Spirit. Rev. ?; 38. 

Faith. 

Is the substance of things hoped for. 

Hob. 11:1.' 
Is tlie evidence of things not seen. 

Heb. 11:1. 
Commanded. Mar. 11:22. 1 Jno. 3:2.3. 
The objects of, are 
God. Jno. 14:1. 
Christ. Jno. 6 : 29. Acts 20 : 21. 
Writings of Moses. Jno. 5 : 46. Acts 

24 : 14, 
Writings of the prophets. 2 Chr. 

20 : 20. Acts 26 : 27. 
The gospel. Mar. 1 : 15. 
Promises of God. Rom. 4: 21. 

Heb. 11:13. 
In Christ, is 
The gift of God. Rom. 12:3. Eph. 

2:8. Eph. 6: 23. Phi. 1:29. 
The work of God. Acts 11: 21. 1 

Cor. 2 : 5. 
Precious. 2 Pet. 1 : 1. 
Most holy. Jude 20. 
Fruitful. 1 The. 1:3. 
Accompanied by repentance. Mar. 

1 : 15. Luke 24 : 47. 
Followed by conversion. Acts 11 : 

21. 
Christ is the Author and Finisher of. 

Heb. 12:2. 
Is a gift of the Holy Ghost. 1 Cor. 

12:9. 
The Scriptures designed to produce. 

Jno. 20:31. 2 Tim. 3: 15. 
Preaching designed to produce. Jno. 
17 : 20. Acts 8 : 12. Rom. 10 : 14, 15, 
17. 1 Cor. 3:5. 
Through it is 
Remission of sins. Acts 10: 43. 

Rom. 3: 25. 
Justification. Acts 13: 39. Rom. 

3:21,22,28,30. Rom. 5: 1. Gal. 

2:16. 
Salvation. Mar. 16: 16. Acts 16: 31. 
Sanctification. Acts 15: 9. Acts 

26 : 18. 
Spiritual light. Jno. 12: 36, 46. 
Spiritual life. Jno. 20: 31. Gal. 

2 : 20. 
Eternal life. Jno. 3: 1.5, 16. Jno, 

6: 40,47. 
Rest in heaven. Heb. 4 : 3. 
Edification. 1 Tim. 1:4. Jude 20. 
Preservation. 1 Pet. 1 : 5. 
Adoption. Jno. 1: 12. Gal. 3: 26. 
.\ccess to God. Rom. 5: 2. Eph. 

3:12. 
Inheritance of the promises. Qal. 
3:22. Heb. 6: 12. 



PAL 



FAI. 



The gift of the Holy Ghost. Acts 

11: 15-17. GaL 3: 14. Eph. 1: 13. 

Impossible to please God without. 

Heb. 11 : 6. 
Justification is by, to be of grace. 

Rom. 4:16. 
Essential to the profitable reception 

of the gospeL Heb. 4 : 2. 
Necessary in the Christian warfare. 

1 Tim. 1:18,19. 1 Tim. 6: 12. 
The gospel efi'ectual in those who 

have. 1 The. 2 : 13. 
Excludes self-justification. Rom. 10: 

3,4. 
Excludes boasting. Rom. 3 : 27. 
Works by love. Gal. 5: 6. ITim. 1: 

5. Phile. 5. 
Produces 

Hope. Rom. 5:2. 

Joy. Acts 16: 34. 1 Pet. 1 : 8. 

Peace. Rom. 15:13. 

Confidence. Isa. 28: 16, with 1 Pet. 
2:6. 

Boldness in preaching. Psa. 116 
10, with 2 Cor. 4 : 13. 
Christ is precious to those having 

1 Pet. 2:7. 
Christ dwells in the heart by. Eph 

3:17. 
Necessary in prayer. Mat. 21: 22 

Jas. 1:6. 
Those who are not Christ's have not 

Jno. 10:26, 27. 
An evidence of the new birth. 1 Jno 

5:1. 
By it saints 

Live. Gal. 2:20. 

Stand. Rom. M: 20. 2 Cor. 1:24. 

Walk. Rom. 4:12. 2 Cor. 5:7. 

Obtain a good report. Heb. 11 : 2. 

Overcome the world. 1 Jno. 5: 4, 5. 

Resist the devil. 1 Pot. 5: 9. 

Overcome the devil. Eph. 6:16. 

Are supported. Psa. 27: 13. 1 Tim. 
4:10. 
Saints die in. Heb : 11 : 13. 
Saints should 

Be sincere in. 1 Tim. 1:5. 2 Tim 
1:5. 

Abound in. 2 Cor. 8 : 7. 

Continue in. Acts 14 : 22. Col. 1 : 23. 

Be strong in. Rom. 4 : 20—24. 

Stand fast in. 1 Cor. 16:13. 

Bo grounded and settled in. Col. 
1 : 23. 

Hold, with a good conscience. 1 
Tim. 1 : 19. 

Prav for the increase of. Luke 
17:5. 

Have full assurance of. 2 Tim. 1 : 
12. Heb. 10:22. 
True, evidenced by its fruits. Jas. 2: 

21—25. 
Without fruits, is dead. Jas. 2: 17, 

20, 26. 
Examine whether you be in. 2 Cor. 

13:5. 



All difficulties overcome by. Mat. 
17:20. Mat. 21:21. Mar. 9:23. 

All things should be done in. Roin. 
14: 22. 

Whatsoever is not of, is sin. Rom. 
14:23. 

Often tried by affliction. 1 Pet. 1 : 
6,7. 

Trial of, works patience. Jas. 1 : 3. 

The wicked often profess. Acts 8 : 
13, 21. 

The wicked destitute of. Jno. 10: 25. 
Jno. 12:37. Acts 19: 9. 2 The. 3:2. 

Protection of, illustrated. A shield, 
Eph, 6: 16. A breastplate, 1 The. 
5:8. 

Exemplified, CaZeb, Num.13: 0. Job, 
Job 19: 25. Shadrach, dtc. Dan. 3: 
17. Daniel, Dan. 6: 10, 23. Peter, 
Mat. 16 : 16. Woma^i who was a sin- 
ner, Luke 7 : 50. Nathanael, Jno. 1 : 
49. Saj/if(H(ar!s, Jno. 4: 39. Martha, 
Jno. 11:27. The DisciplcK, Jno. 16: 
30. Thomas, Jno. 20: 28. SteiJhen, 
Acts 6: 5. Priests, Acts 6 : 7. Ethio- 
pian, Acts 8 : 37. Barnabas, Acts 11 : 
24. Sergius Parilus, Acts 13: 12. 
Fhilippian jailor, Acts 16: 31, 34. 
Romans, Rom. 1 : 8. Colossians, Col. 
1 : 4. Thessalonians, 1 The. 1 : 3. 
Lois, 2 Tim. 1:5. Pok/, 2 Tim. 4: 7. 
Abel, Heb. 11 : 4. Enoch, Heb. 11 : 5. 
Noah, Heb. 11: 7. Abraham, Heb. 
11 : 8, 17. Isaac, Heb. 11 : 20. Jacob, 
Heb. 11: 21. Josej^h, Heb: 11: 22. 
Moses, Heb. 11 : 24, 27. Rahab, Heb. 
11 : 31. Gideon d-c. Heb. 11 : 32, 33, 
39. 

Faithfulness. 

A characteristic of saints. Eph. 1 : 
1. Col. 1 : 2. 1 Tim. 6 : 2. Rev. 17 : 14. 
Exhibited in 
The service of God. Mat. 24 : 45. 
Declaring the word of God. Jer. 

23:28. 2 Cor. 2: 17. 2 Cor. 4:2. 
The care of dedicated things. 2 
s Chr. 31:12. 

Helping the brethren. 3 Jno. 5. 
Bearing witness. Pro. 14 : 5. 
Reproving others. Pro. 27 : 6. Psa. 

141 : 5. 
Situations of trust. 2 Kin. 12:15. 

Neh. 13:13. Acts 6: 1-3. 
Doing work. 2 Chr. 34: 12. 
Keeping secrets. Pro. 11 : 13. 
Conveying messages. Pro. 13: 17. 

Pro. 25 : 13. 
All things. ITim. 3:11. 
The smallest matters. Luke 16: 

10—12. 
Should be unto death. Rev. 2 : 10. 
Especially eequired in 
Ministers. 1 Cor. 4:2. 2 Tim. 2 : 2. 
The wives of ministers. ITim. 3: 

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Tlie cliildren of ministers. Tit. 1 : 6. 
I iitiicuUy of finding Pro. 20: 6. 
riie wicked devoid of. Psa. 5 : 9. 
\ssociato vvitli tliose wlio exhibit. 

Psa. 101 : 6. 
Blessedness of. 1 Sam. 26: 23. Pro. 

28 : 20. 
Blessedness of, illustrated. Mat. 24 : 

4.1,46. Mat. 25:21,23. 
Exemplified. Josepli, Gen. 39:22,2.3. 

Closes, Num. 12: 7, with Heb. 3: 2, 5. 

David, 1 Sam. 22: 14. Hananiali, 

Neh. 7: 2. Abraham, Neh. 9: 8. 

Gal. 3:9. Daniel, Dan. &: i. Paul, 

Acts 20: 20, 27. Timothy, 1 Cor. 4: 17. 

Tychicus, Eph. 6: 21. Epaphras, 

Col. 1: 7. Onesimus, Col. 4: 9. 

Sill-anus, 1 Pet. ."): 12. Antipas, 

Rev. 2:13. 

Faithfulness of God, The. 

Is part of His character. Isa. 49:7. 

1 Cor. 1:9. 1 The 5 : 24. 
Declared to be 
Great. Lam. 3:23. 
Established. Psa. 89:2. 
Incomparable. Psa. 89:8. 
Unfailing Psa. 89: 33. 2 Tim. 2: 

13. 
Infinite. Psa. 36:5. 
Everlasting. Psa 119: 90. Psa. 

146 : 6. 
Should be pleaded in prayer. Psa. 

143:1. 
Should be proclaimed. Psa. 40:10. 

Psa. 89:1. 
Manifested 
la His counsels. Isa. 25 : 1. 
In afflicting His saints. Psa. 119: 

75. 
In fulfilling His promises. 1 Kin. 

8: 20. Psa. 132: 11. Mic. 7: 20. 

Heb. 10:2.3. 
In keeping His covenant. Deu. 7: 

9. Psa. 111:5. 
In His testimonies. Psa. 119: 138. 
In executing His judgments. .Jer. 

23:20. Jer. .51: 29. 
In forgiving sins. 1 Jno. 1 : 9. 
To His saints. Psa 89: 24. 2 The. 

3:3. 
Saints encouraged to depend on. 

1 Pet. 4 : 19. 
Should be magnified. Psa. 89: 5, 

Psa. 92: 2. 

FaU of Man, The. 

Uy the disobedience of Adam. Gen. 

3:6, 11, 12, with Rom. 5: 12,15, 19. 
Through temptation of tlie devil. 

Gen. 3: 1—5. 2 Cor. 11:3. ITim. 

2:14. 
Man in consec^uence of; 

Made in the image of Adam. Gen. 
5:3, with 1 Cor. 15:48,49. 



Born in sin. Job. 15: 14. Job. 25: 
4. Psa. 51: 5. Isa. 48: 8. Jno. 

A ciiiid of wrath. Eph. 2: 3. 

Evil in heart. Gen. 6: 5. Gen. 8: 

21. Jer. 16:12. Mat. 15:19. 
Blinded in heart. Eph. 4:18. 
Corrupt and perverse in his ways. 

Gen. 6:12. Psa. 10: 5. Rom. 3: 

12-16. 
Depraved in mind. Rom. 8: 5—7. 

Eph. 4:17. Col. 1:21. Tit. 1:15. 
Without understanding. Psa. 14: 

2,3, with Rom. 3: 11. Rom. 1:31. 
Receives not the things of God. 1 

Cor. 2:14. 
Comes short of God's glory. Rom. 

3:23. 
Defiled in conscience. Tit. 1 : 15. 

Heb. 10:22. 
Intractable. Job 11: 12. 
Estranged from God. Gen. 3: 8. 

Psa. 58 : 3. Eph. 4 : 18. Col. 1 : 21. 
In bondage to sin. Rom. 6: 19. 

Rom. 7:5, 23. Gal. 5: 17. Tit, 3: 

3. 
In bondage to the devil. 2 Tim. 2: 

26. Heb. 2:14, 15. 
Constant in evil. Psa 10:5. 2 Pet. 

2:14. 
Conscious of guilt. Gen. 3 : 7, 8, 10. 
Unrighteous. Ecc. 7 : 20. Rom. 3. 

10. 
.-Vbominable. Job 15: 16. Psa. 14:3. 
Turned to his own way. Isa. .53:6. 
Loves darkness. Jno. 3:19. 
Corrupt, &c. in speech. Rom. 3: 13, 

14. 
Devoid of the fear of God. Rom. 

3:18. 
Totally depraved. Gen 6:5. Rom. 

7:18. 
Dead in sin. Eph. 2 : 1. Col. 2 : 13. 
All men partake of the effects of. 
1 Kin. 8:46. Gal. 3:22. 1 Jno. 1 : 
8. 1 Jno. 5: 19. 
Punishment consequent upon. 
Banishment from Paradise. Gen. 

3:24. 
Condemnation to labor and sorrow. 

Gen. 3:16, 19. Job. 5:6, 7. 
Temporal death. Gen. 3:19. Rom. 

5 : 12. 1 Cor. 15 : 22. 
Eternal death. Job 21: 30. Rom. 

5:18,21. Rom. 6: 23. 
Cannot be remedied by man. Pro. 

20:9. Jer. 2:22. Jer. 13:23. 
Remedy for, provided by God. Gen. 
3:15. Jno. 3:16. 

Families. 

Of saints blessed. Psa. 128 : 3—6. 
Should 

Be taught the Scriptures. Deu. 4: 
9,10. 

Worship God together. ICor. 16: 19. 



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Be duly regulated. Pro. 31 : 27. 1 

Tim. 3:4, '>, 12. 
Live in unity. Gen. 45: 24. Psa. 

133: 1. 
Live in mutual forbearance. Gen. 

50:17—21. Mat. 18:21,22. 
Rejoice together before God. Deu. 
14 : 26. 

Deceivers and liars should be re- 
moved from. Psa. 101 : 7. _ 

Warning against departing from 
God. Deu. 29:18. 

Punishment of irreligious. Jer. 10: 25. 

Good — Exemplified. Abraltam, Gen. 
18:19. Jacob, Gen. 35: 2. Joshua, 
Jos. 24: 15. David, 2 Sam. 6: 20. Job, 
Job 1 : 5. Laza7'us of Bethany, Jno. 
11: 1-5. Cornelius, Acts 10: 2, 33. 
Lydia, Acts 16: 15. Jailor of Philippi, 
Acts 16: 31— 34. Crispus, Acts 18: 8. 
iofs, 2Tim. 1: 5. 

Famine. 

Sent by God. Psa. 105 : 16. 

Often on account of sin. Lev. 26: 21, 

26. Lam. 4: 4—6. 
One of God's four sore judgments. 

Eze. 14:21. 
Caused ey 

God's blessing withheld. Hos. 2: 
8, 9. Hag. 1 : 6. 

Want of seasonable rain. 1 Kin. 
17:1. Jer. 14:1-4. Amos 4: 7. 

Eotting of the seed in the ground, 
Joell: 17. 

Swarms of insects. Deu. 28: 38, 42. 
Joel 1 : 4. 

Blasting and mildew. Amos 4: 9. 
Hag. 2:17. 

Devastation by enemies. Deu. 28: 
33, 51. 
Often long continued. Gen. 41 : 27. 

2 Kin. 8:1,2. 
Often severe. Gen. 12:10. 1 Kin. 18: 

2. Jer. 52 : 6. 
Expressed by 

Taking away the stay of bread, &c. 
Isa.3: 1. 

Cleanness of teeth. Amos 4 : 6. 

The arrows of famine. Eze. 5: 16. 
Often accompanied by war. Jer. 14: 

15. Jer. 29:18. 
Often followed by pestilence. Jer. 

42:17. Eze. 7:1.5. Mat. 24:7. 
Things eaten during ; 

Wild herbs. 2 Kin. 4 : 39, 40. 

Ass's flesh. 2 Kin. 6:25. 

Ordure. 2 Kin. 6 : 25. Lam. 4 : 5. 

Human flesh. Lev. 26:29. 2 Kin. 
6 : 28, 29. 
Provisions sold by weight during. 

Eze. 4:16. 
Suffering of brute creation from. 

Jer. 14 : 5, 6. 
Caused 

Burning and fever. Deu. 32: 24. 



Blackness of the skin. Lam. 4: 8. 
Lam. 5: 10. 

Grief and mourning. Joel 1 : 11—13, 

Faintness. Gen. 47 : 13. 

Wasting of the body. Lam. 4 : 8. 
Eze. 4:17. 

Death. 2 Kin. 7:4. Jer. 11:22. 
God provided for His people during. 

1 Kin. 17 : 4, 9. Job 5 : 20. Psa. 33: 

19. Psa. 37 : 19. 
Instances of, in Scripture; 

In the days of Abraham. Gen. 12: 10. 

In the days of Isaac. Gen. 26:1. 

In the days of Joseph. Gen. 41 : 
53— .56. 

In the days of the Judges. Ruth 1:1. 

In the reign of David. 2 Sam. 21 : 1 

In the reign of Ahab. 1 Kin. 17 : 1 

1 Kin. 18: 5. 

In the time of Elisha. 2 Kin. 4 : 38. 
During the siege of Samaria. 2 Kin. 

6:25. 
Of seven years foretold by Elisha. 

2 Kin. 8:1. 

In the time of Jeremiah. Jer. 14 : 1. 
During the siege of Jerusalem. 2 

Kin. 25:3. 
After the captivity. Neh. 5 : 3. 
In the reign of Claudius Csesar. 

Acts 11 : 28. 
Before destruction of Jerusalem. 

Mat. 24:7. 
The Jews in their restored state not 

to be aflaicted by. Eze. 36:29, 30. 
Illustrative of 
A dearth of the means of grace. 

Amos 8: 11, 12. 
Destruction of idols. Zep. 2 : 11. 

Fasting. 

Spirit of, explained. Isa. 58: 6, 7. 
Not to be made a subject of display, 

Mat. 6:16— 18. 
Should be unto God. Zee. 7: 5. Mat, 

6:18. 
For the chastening of the soul, Psa. 

69:10. 
For the humbling of the soul. Psa. 

35 : 13. 
Observed on occasions of 

Judgments of God. Joel 1 : 14. Joel 
2: 12. 

Public calamities. 2 Sam. 1:12. 

Afflictions of the Church. Luke 5 
33—35. 

Afflictions of others. Psa. 35:13. 
Dan. 6: 18. 

Private afflictions. 2 Sam. 12 : 16. 

Approaching danger. Est. 4: 16. 

Ordination of ministers. Acts 13: 
3. Acts 14 : 23. 
Accompanied by 

Prayer. Ezr. 8: 23. Dan. 9: 3. 

Confession of sin. 1 Sam, 7: 6. Neh. 
9: 1, 2. 

Mourning. Joel 2 : 12. 



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Humiliation. Deu. 9: 18. Neh. 9: 1. 
Promises connected with. Isa. 58: 

8—12. Mat. 6:18. 
Of hypoceites 

Described. Isa. 58: 4, 5. 

Ostentatious. Mat. 6: 16. 

Boasted of, before God. Luko 18 : 12. 

Rejc^cted. Isa. 58: 3. Jer. 14: 12. 
Extraordinary — Exemplified. On r 

Lord, Mat. 4: 2. Mn^cs, Exo. 34:28. 

Deu. 9: 9, IS. Elijah, 1 Kin. 19: 8. 
National— Exemplified. Israel, Jud. 

20:26. Ezr. 8:21. Est. 4: 3, 16. Jer. 

36: 9. Men of JabesU-yilead, 1 Sam. 

31: 13. Xinevites, -Jon. 3: 5—8. 
Of Saints -Exemplified. David, 2 

Sam. 12: 16. Psa. 109: 24. NeJte7niah, 

Neh. 1 : 4. Esther, Est. 4: 16. Daniel, 

Dan. 9: 3. Disciples of John, Mat. 9: 

14. >l)inn, Luke2:37. Cornelius, Acts 

10: 30. Primitive Cliristmns, Acts 13: 

2. Apostles, 2 Cot. 6:. 5. Paul, 2 Cor. 

11:27. 
Of the wicked— Exemplified. Elders 

of Jezreel, 1 Kin. 21: 12. Ahab, 1 Kin. 

21: 27. Pharisees, Mar. 2: 18. Luke 

18:12. 

Fatherless, The. 

Find mercy iu God. Hos. 14:3. 
God will 

Be a father of. Psa. 68: 5. 

Be a helper of. Psa. 10:14. 

Hear the cry of. Exo. 22 : 23. 

Execute the judgment of. Deu, 10: 
18. Psa. 10:18. 

Punish those who oppress. Exo. 
22: 24. Isa. 10: 1 .3. Mai. 3: 5. 

Punish those who judge not. Jer. 
5 : 28, 29. 
Visit in affliction. Jas. 1 : 27. 
Let them share iu our blessings. 

Deu. 14 : 29. 
Defend. Psa. 82: 3. Isa. 1 : 17. 
Wrong not, in judgment. Deu: 24: 17. 
Defraud not. Pro. 23 : 10. 
Afflict not. Exo. 22:22. 
Oppress not. Zee. 7 : 10. 
Do no violence to. Jer. 22:3. 
Blessedness of taking care of. Deu. 

14 : 29. Job 29 : 12, 13. Jer. 7 : 6, 7. 
The wicked 

Rob. Isa. 10:2. 

Overwhelm. Job 6: 27. 

Vex. Eze. 22 : 7. 

Oppress. Job 24 : 3. 

Murder. Psa. 94:6. 

Judge not for. Isa. 1 : 23. Jer. 5 : 28. 
A curse on those who oppress. Deu. 

27 : 19. 
Promises with respect to. Jer. 49:11. 
A type of Zion in affliction. Lam. 5:3. 
Exemplified. Lot, Gen. 11: 27, 28. 

Daughter of Zelophehad, Num. 27: 1 

—5. Jothnm, Jud. 9: 16—21. Mephib- 

osheth,2 Sam. 9: 3. Joash, 2 Kin. 11 : 

1—12. Esther, Est. 2: 7. 



Favor of God, The. 

Christ the especial object of. Luke 
2:52. 

Is THE SOURCE OF 

Mercy. Isa. 60:10. 

Spiritual life. Psa. 30:5. 
Spiritual wisdom leads to. Pro. 8:35. 
Mercy and truth lead to. Pro. 3 : 3, 4. 
Saints 

Obtain. Pro. 12:2. 

Encompassed by. Psa. 5: 12. 

Streni,'thened by. Psa. 30: 7. 

Victorious through. Psa. 44: 3. 

Preserved through. Job 10: 12. 

Exalted in. Psa. 89: 17. 

Sometimes tempted to doubt. Psa. 
77:7. 
Domestic blessings traced to. Pro. 

18 : 22. 
Disappointment of enemies an as- 
sured evidence of. Psa. 41 : 11. 
Given in answer to prayer. Job 33: 26. 
Pray for. Psa. 106:4. Psa. 119: 58. 
Plead, iu prayer. Exo. 33: 13. Num. 

11 : 15. 
To be acknowledged. Psa. 85: 1. 
The wicked 

Uninfluenced by. Isa. 26: 10. 

Do not obtain. Isa. 27:11. Jer. 16: 
13. 
Exemplified. Naphtali, Deu. 33:23. 

Samuel, 1 Sam. 2: 26. Job, Job 10: 12. 

The Virgin Mary, Luke 1 : 28, 30. 

David, Acts 7 : 46. 

Fear, Godly. 

God is the object of. Isa. 8 : 13. 
God is the author of. Jer. 32: .39, 40, 
Searching the Scriptures gives the 

understanding of. Pro. 2 : 3—5. 
Described as 

Hatred of evil. Pro. 8:13. 

Wisdom. Job 28: 28. Psa. Ill: 10. 

A treasure to saints. Pro. 15: 16. 
Isa. 33: 6. 

A fountain of life. Pro. 14: 27. 

Sanctifying. Psa. 19: 9. 

Filial and reverential. Heb. 12:9, 
28. 
Commanded. Deu. 13: 4. Psa. 22: 23. 

Ecc. 12:13. IPet. 2:17. 
Motives to 

The holiness of God. Rev. 15: 4. 

The greatness of God. Deu. 10: 12, 
17. 

The goodness of God. 1 Sam. 12:24. 

The forgiveness of God. Psa. 130: 4, 

Wondrous works of God. Jos. 4 : 23. 
24. 

Judgments of God. Rev. 14 : 7. 
A characteristic of saints. Mai. 3: 16. 
Should accompany the joy of saints. 

Psa. 2:11. 
Necessary to 

The worship of God. Psa. 5: 7, Psa. 
89:7. 



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The service of God. Psa. 2 : 11. Heb. 

12 : 28. 
Avoiding of sin. Exo. 20: 20. 
Righteous government. 2 Sam. 23 : 3. 
Impartial administration of jus- 
tice. 2 Chr. 19 : 6—9. 
Perfecting holiness. 2 Cor. 7 ; 1. 
Those who have 
Afford pleasure to God. Psa. 147 : 11. 
Are pitied by God. Psa. 103:13. 
Are accepted of God. Acts 10 : 35. 
Receive mercy from God. Psa 103: 

11, 17. Luko 1 : 50. 
Are blessed. Psa. 112:1. Psa. 115:13. 
Confide in God. Psa. 115:11. Pro. 

14:26. 
Depart from evil. Pro. 16 : 6. 
Converse together of holy things. 

Mai. 3:16. 
Should not fear man. Isa. 8: 12, 13. 

Mat. 10:28. 
Desires of, fulfilled by God. Psa. 

145 : 19. 
Days of, prolonged. Pro. 10: 27. 
Should be 
Prayed for. Psa. 86:11. 
Exhibited in our callings. Col. 3: 

22. 
Exhibited in giving a reason for 

our hope. 1 Pet. 3 : 15. 
Constantly maintained. Deu. 14: 23. 

Jos. 4:24. Pro. 23:17. 
Taught to others. Psa. 34:11. 
Advantages of. Pro. 15:16. Pro. 19: 

23. Ecc. 8:12, 13. 
The wicked destitute of. Psa. ,36:1. 

Pro. 1 : 29. Jer. 2: 19. Rom. 3: 18. 
Exemplified. Abraham, Gen. 22:12. 
Joseph, Gen. 39: 9. Gen. 42: 18. 
Obadiah, 1 Kin. 18:12. Xehemiah, 
Neh. 5 : 15. Job, Job 1:1, 8. Primifive 
Christians, Acts 9 : 31. Cornelius, 
Acts 10:2 Noah, Heb. 11 : 7. 

Fear, Unholy. 

A characteristic of the wicked. Rev. 
21:8. 

Is DESCRIBED AS 

A fear of idols. 2 Kin. 17 : 38. 

A fear of man 1 Sam. 15:24. Jno. 

9:22. 
A fear of judgments Isa. 2:19. 

Luke 21: 26. Rev. 6:16, 17. 
A fear of future punishment. Heb. 

10:27. 
Overwhelming. Exo. 15 : 16. Job 

15:21,24. 
Consuming. Psa. 73: 19. 
A guilty conscience leads to. Gen. 3 

8,10. Psa. 53:5. Pro. 28:1. 
Seizes the wicked. Job 15: 24. Job 18 

11. 
Surprises the hypocrite. Isa. 33 : 14, IS 
The wicked judicially filled with 
Lev. 26: 16, 17. Deu. 28: 65-67. Jer, 
49:5. 



Shall be realized. Pro. 1 : 27. Pro. 10: 
24. 

God mocks. Pro. 1 : 26. 

Saints sometimes tempted to. Psa. 
55 : 5. 

Saiuts delivered from. Pro. 1 : 33. Isa. 
14:3. 

Trust in God, a preservative from. 
Psa. 27:1. 

Exhortations against. Isa. 8: 12. Jno. 
14:27. 

Exemplified. Adam, Gen. Z: 10. Cain. 
Gen. 4: 14. ilidianites, Jud. 7 : 21, 22, 
Philistines, 1 Sam. 14 : 15. Saul, 1 
Sam. 28: 5, 20. Adonijah''s guests, 1 
Kin. 1 : 49. Haman, Est 7 : 6. Ahuz, 
Isa. 7:2. Belshazzar,'Ds.n.h:&. Pilate, 
Jno. 19 : 8. Felix, Acts 24 : 25 

Feast of Dedication, The. 

To commemorate the cleansing of 
the temple after its defilement by 
Antiochus. Dan. 11 : 31. 

Held in the winter month, Chisltu. 
Jno. 10:22. 

Feast of Jubilee, The. 

Held every fiftieth year. Lev. 25: 

8,10. 
Began upon the day of atonement. 

Lev. 25:9. 
Called the 

Year of liberty. Eze. 46 : 17. 

Year of the redeemed. Isa. 63:4. 

Acceptable year. Isa. 61 : 2. 
Was specially holy. Lev. 25 : 12. 
Proclaimed by trumpets. Lev. 25: 9. 

Psa. 89 : 15. 
Enactments respecting ; 

Cessation of all field labor. Lev. 
25:11. 

The /ruits of the earth to be com- 
mon property. Lev. 25 : 12. 

Redemption of sold property. 
Lev. 25 : 23-27. 

Restoration of all inheritances. 
Lev. 25 ; 10, 13, 28. Lev. 27 : 24. 

Release of Hebrew servants. Lev. 
25:40,41,54. 
Houses in walled cities not redeemed 

within a year, exempted from the 

benefit of. Lev. 25 : 30. 
Sale of property calculated from. 

Lev. 25 : 15, 16. 
Value of devoted property calculated 

from. Lev. 27:14—23. 
Illustrative of the Gospel. Isa. 61 : 1, 

2. Luke 4 : 18, 19, 

Feast of the New Moon, The, 

Held first day of the month. Num. 

10:10. 
Celebrated with blowing of trumpets. 

Num. 10: 10. Psa. 81:3,4. 



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Sacrifices at. Num. 28: 11— 15. 

A SEASON FUR 

Iiuiuiring of God's messenerers. 2 
Kin. 4:23. 

Worship in God's house. Isa. 66: 
2.3. Eze. 46:1. 

Entertainments. 1 Sam. 20: 5, 18. 
Observed with preat solemnity. 1 

Chr. 23:31. 2Chr. 2:4. 2 Chr. 8: 

13. 2 Chr. 31:3. ■ 
Restored after captivity. Ezr. 3: 5. 

Noh.l0:33. 
Mere outward observance of, hateful 

to God. Isa. 1 : 13, 14. 
Disliked by the ungodly. Amos 8: 5. 
The Jews deprived of, for sin. Hos. 

2:11. 
Observance of, by Christians, con- 
demned. Col. 2:16, with Gal. 4:10. 

Feast of Pentecost, The. 

Held fiftieth day after offering first 

sheaf of barley harvest. Lev. 23: 

15,16. Deu. 16:9. 
Called the 

Feast of harvest. Exo. 23:16. 

Feast of weeks. Exo. 34 : 22. Deu. 
16:10. 

Day of the first fruits. Num. 28:26. 

Day of Pentecost. Acts 2 : 1. 
To be perpetually observed. Lev. 23: 

21. 
All males to attend. Exo. 23: 16, 

17. Deu. 16: 16. 
A holy convocation. Lev. 23: 21. 

Num. 28:26. 
A time of holy rejoicing. Deu. 16: 11, 

12. 
The first fruits of bread presented at. 

Lev. 23:17. Deu. 16:10. 
Sacrifices at. Lev. 23: 18, 19. Num. 

28:27-31. 
The law given from Mount Sinai up- 
on. Exo. 19: 1, 11, with Exo. 12: 

6,12. 
The Holy Ghost given to apostles at. 

Acts 2: 1-3. 
Observed by early church. Acts 20: 

16. 1 Cor. 16 : 8. 

Feast of Purim, or Lots, The. 

Instituted by Mordecai. Est. 9: 20. 
To commemorate the defeat of 

Haman's wicked design. Est. 3: 

7— 15, with Est. 9: 24-26. 
Began fourteenth of twelfth month. 

Est. 9:17. 
Lasted two days. Est. 9 : 21. 
Mode of celebrating. Est. 9 : 17-19, 22. 
The Jews bound themselves to keep. 

Est. 9:27, 28. 
Confirmed by royal authority. Est, 

9: 29—32. 



Feast of Sabbatical Year, The. 

A sabbath for the land. Lev. 25 : 2. 
Kept every seventh year. Exo. 23: 11. 

Lev. 25: 4. 
Surplus of sixth year to provide for. 

Lev. 25 : 20—22. 
Enactments respecting; 
Cessation of all field labor. Lev. 

25:4, 5. 
The fruits of the earth to be com- 
mon property. Exo. 23:11. Lev. 
25 : 6, 7. 
Remission of debts. Deu. 15:1—3. 

Neh. 10:31. 
Release of all Hebrew servants. 

Exo. 21 : 2. Deu. 15 : 12. 
Public reading of the law at feast 
of tabernacles. Deu. 31: 10—13. 
No release to strangers during. 
Deu. 15 : 3. 
Release of, not to hinder the exer- 
cise of benevolence. Deu. 15 : 9—11. 
Jews threatened for neglecting. 

Lev. 26 : 34, 35, 43. Jer. 34 : 13—18. 
The seventy years' captivity a pun- 
ishment for neglecting. 2 Chr. 36: 
20, 21. 
Restored after the captivity. Neh. 
10:31. 



Feast of Tabernacles, The. 



Held after harvest and vintage. Deu. 

16:13. 
Began fifteenth of seventh montli. 

Lev. 23 : 34, 39. 
Lasted seven days. Lev. 23: 34, 41. 

Deu. 16:13,15. 
Called the feast of ingathering. Exo. 

34:22. 
All males obliged to appear at. Exo. 

23:16, 17. 
First and last days of, holy convoca- 
tions. Lev. 23: 35, 39. Num. 29: 

12, 35. 
Sacrifices during. Lev. 23: 36, 37. 

Num.29: 13-39. 

To BE OBSERVED 

With rejoicing. Deu. 16: 14, 15. 
Perpetually. Lev. 23: 41. 
The people dwelt in booths during. 

Lev. 23: 42. Neh. 8: 15,16. 
The law publicly read every seventh 
year at. Deu. 31 : 10—12. Neh. 8: 18. 
Customs observed at; 
Bearing branches of palms. Lev. 

23:40. Rev. 7: 9. 
Drawing water from the pool of 
Siloam. Isa. 12: 3. Jno. 7: 2, 
37—39. 
Singing hosannas. Psa. 118: 24—29. 
Mat. 21 : 8, 9. 
To commemorate the sojourn of Is- 
rael in the desert. Lev. 23 : 43. 



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Kemaekable celebrations of; 
At the dedication of Solomon's 

temple. 1 Kin. 8: 2, (5.j. 
After the captivity. Ezr. 3: 4. Neh. 

8: 17. 

Feast of the Passover, The. 

Ordained by God. Exo. 12 : 1, 2. 
Commenced the fourteenth of the 

first month at even. Eso. 12: 2,6, 

18. Lev. 23:5. Num.9: 3. 
Lasted seven days. Exo. 12: 15. Lev. 

23 : 6. 
Called the 

Passover. Num. 9: 5. Jno. 2: 23. 

Jew's passover. Jno. 2: 13. Jno. 
11 : 55. 

Lord's passover. Exo. 12: 11, 27. 

Feast of unleavened bread. Mar. 
14:1. Luke 22:1. 

Days of unleavened bread. Acts 
12:3. Acts 20: 6. 
All males to appear at. Exo. 23:17. 

Deu. 16:16. 
Paschal lamb eaten first day of. Exo. 

12:6,8. 
Unleavened bread eaten at. Exo. 12 : 

1.5. Deu. 16:3. 
Leaven 

Not to be in their houses during. 
Exo. 12:19. 

Not to be in any of their quarters. 
Exo. 13:7. Deu. 10:4. 

Nothing with, to be eaten. Exo. 
12 : 20. 

Punishment for eating. Exo. 12: 
15, 19. 
First and last days of, holy convoca- 
tions. Exo. 12:16. Num. 28: 18, 25. 
Sacrifices during. Lev. 23:8. Num. 

28 : 19-24. 
The first sheaf of barley harvest of- 
fered the day after the Sabbath in. 

Lev. 23: 10-14. 
To commemorate the 

Passing over the first-born. Exo. 
12:12,13. 

Deliverance of Israel from bondage 
of Egypt. Exo. 12: 17, 42. Exo. 
13:9. Deu. 16:3. 
To be perpetually observed during 

the Mosaic dispensation. Exo. 12: 

14. Exo. 13:10. 
Children to be taught the nature and 

design of. Exo. 12: 26, 27. Exo. 

13:8. 
Purification necessary to the due ob- 
servance of. 2 Chr. 30: 15—19. Jno. 

11 : 55. 
Might be kept in second month by 

those who were unclean at the ap- 
pointed time. Num. 9: 6—11. 2 

Chr. ,30:2, 3. 15. 
No uncircumcised person to keep. 

Exo. 12:43, 45. 



Strangers and servants when circum- 
cised might keep. Exo. 12: 44,48. 
Neglect of, punished with death. 

Num. 9: 13. 
Improper keeping of, punished. 2 

Chr. 30: 18,20. 
Remarkable celebrations of: 

On leaving Egypt. Exo. 12:28,50. 

In the wilderness of Sinai. Num. 
9 : 3—5. 

On entering the land of promise. 
Jos. 5:10,11. 

In Hezekiah's reign. 2 Chr. 30:1. 

In Josiah's reign. 2 Kin. 23:22,23. 
2 Chr. 35:1,18. 

After the captivity. Ezr. 6:19,20. 

Before the death of Christ. Luke 
22:15. 
Moses kept through faith. Heb. 11 : 

28. 
Christ always observed. Mat. 26: 

17-20. Luke 22: 15. Jno. 2:13,23. 
The people of Jerusalem lent their 

rooms to strangers for. Luke 22: 

11, 12. 
The Lord's Supper instituted at. 

Mat. 26: 26-28. 
Custom of releasing a prisoner at. 

Mat. 27 : 15. Luke 23 : 16, 17. 
The Sabbath in, a high day. Jno. 

19:. 31. 
The day before the Sabbath in, call- 
ed the preparation. Jno. 19: 14, 31. 
Illustrative of redemption through 

Christ. 1 Cor. 5 : 7, 8. 

Feasts of Trumpets, The. 

Held the first day of seventh 
month. Lev. 23: 24. Num. 29: 1. 

A memorial of blowing of trumpets. 
Lev. 23:24. 

A holy convocation and rest. Lev. 
23:24,25. 

Sacrifices at. Num. 29 : 2—6. 

Feasts, The Anniversary. 

Instituted by God. Exo. 23 : 14. 
Enumerated. Exo. 23 : 15, 16. 
Called 

•Appointed feasts. Isa. 1:14. 

Feasts of the Lord. Lev. 23 : 4. 

Solemn feasts. 2 Chr. 8:13. Lam. 
1:4. 

Solemn meetings. Isa. 1 : 13. 
Were eucharistic. Psa. 122:4. 
All males to attend. Exo. 23: 17. 

Exo. 34 : 23. 
Children commenced attending, 

when twelve years old. Luke 2: 42. 
Females often attended. 1 Sam. 1 : 

3,9. Luke 2:41. 
The Jews attended gladly. Psa. 122 : 

1,2. 
The Jews went up to, in large com- 
panies. Psa. 42: 4. Luke 2: 44. 



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Tlio clangers and diflicultics encount- 
ered ill going up to, alluded to. 

Fsa. 84 : 6. 7. 
The land divinely protected during. 

Exo 34:21. 
Offerings to bo made at. Exo. 34: 20. 

Deu. 16: IG, 17. 
Were SEASONS OF 

Joy and gladness. Psa. 42:4. Isa. 
30:29. 

Sacrificing. 1 Sam. 1:3, IKin. 9: 
2.-). 2Chr 8:13. 

Entertainments. 1 Sam. 1 : 4, 9. 
The teu tribes seduced by Jeroboam 

from attending. 1 Kin. 12 : 27. 
The Jews dispersed la distant parts 

often attended. Acts 2; 5—11, Acts 

8:27. 
Christ attended. Jno. .5 : 1. Juo. 7 : 10. 
Rendered unavailing by the impiety 

of the Jews. Isa, 1:13, 14. Amos 

5:21. 
Illustrative of general assembly of 

the church. Heb. 12:23. 

Feet, The. 

Necessary members of the body. 1 

Cor. 12:15, 21. 
Parts of, mentioned in Scrip- 
ture; 

Heel. Psa. 41 : 9. Psa. 49: 5. Hos. 
12:3. 

Sole. Deu. 11 : 24. 1 Kin, 5 : 3. 

Toes. Exo. 29:20. 2 Sam. 21:20. 
Dan. 2:41. 
Often ewift. 2 Sam. 2: 18. 2Sam. 

22:34. 
Were LIABLE to 

Disease. IKin. 15:23. 

Swelling from walking. Deu. 8: 4. 

Injury from stones, <fec. Psa. 91 : 12. 
Early use of shoes for. Exo. 12: 11. 
Of women often adorned with tink- 

lingornaments. Isa.3:16, 18. 
Of the Jews 

Neglected in affliction. 2 Sam. 19: 
24. Eze. 24:17. 

Bare in aflliction. 2 Sam. 15: 30. 

Washed frequently. 2 Sam. 11: 8. 
So. of Sol. 5 : 3. 
Stamped on the ground in extreme- 
joy or grief. Eze. 6:11. Eze. 25:6. 
Washing for others, a menial office. 

1 Sam. 25 : 41. Jno. 13 : 5—14. 
Of strangers and travellers washed. 

Gen. 18 : 4. Gen. 19 : 2. Gen. 24 : 32. 

lTim.5:10. 
Neglect of washing, disrespectful to 

guest. Luke 7: 44. 
Respect exhibited by falling at. 1 

Sam. 25 : 24. 2 Kin. 4 : 37. Est. 8 : 3. 

Mar. 5:22. Acts 10: 25. 
Reverence expressed by kissing. 

Luke 7 : 38, 45. 
Sleeaexpressed by covering, 1 Sam. 

24:3. 



Subjection expressed by licking the 

dust of. Isa. 49:23. 
Condemnation expressed by shaking 

the dust from. Mat. 10: 14. Mar, 

6: 11. 
Subjugation of enemies expressed by 

placing on their necks. Jos. 10: 24, 

Psa. 110:1. 
Origin of uncovering in consecrated 

places. Exo. 3 : 5. J(?s. 5 : 15. 
Of enemies often maimed and cut off. 

Jud, 1:6, 7, 2 Sam, 4:12, 

Of CRIMINALS 

Bound with fetters. Psa. 105 : 18. 
Placed in stocks. Job 13: 27, Acts 
16:24, 
Path of, to be pondered. Pro. 4 : 26. 
To be refrained from evil. Pro. 1 : 15. 

Heb. 12:13. 
To bo turned to God's testimonies. 

Psa. 119:59. 
To be directed by God's word. Psa. 

119:105. 
To be guided by wisdom and discre- 
tion. Pro.3:21, 23, 26. 
Of the wicked 
Swift to mischief. Pro. 6 : 18. 
Swift to shed blood. Pro. 1:16. 

Rom. 3:15. 
Ensnared. Job 18 : 8. Psa. 9 : 15. 
Of Saints 
At liberty. Psa. 18 : 36. Psa. 31 : 8. 
Kept by God. 1 Sam. 2:9. Psa. 

116:8. 
Established by God. Psa. 66: 9. 

Psa. 121 : 3. 
Guided by Christ. Isa. 48: 17. Luke 
1:79. 
Illustrative 

(Set on a rock,) of stability. Psa. 

40:2. 
(Set in a large place,) of liberty. 

Psa. 31 : 8. 
(Sliding,) of yielding to tempta- 
tion. Job 12 : 5. Psa. 17 : 5. Psa. 
38 : 16. Psa. 94 : 18. 
(Treading under,) of complete de- 
struction. Isa. 18: 7. Lam. 1:15. 
(Washed or dipped in oil,) of abun- 
dance. Deu. 33 : 24. Job 29 : 6. 
(Dipped in blood,) of victory. Psa. 
68:23. 



Fig-tree, The. 



Produces a rich sweet fruit. Jud. 

9:11. 
Not found in desert places. Num. 

20:5. 
Abounded in 

Egypt. Psa. 105: .33. 

Canaan. Num. 13: 23. Deu. 8:8. 
Often grew wild. Amos 7 : 14. (marg.) 
Sometimes planted in vineyards. 

Luke 13:6. 
Propagated by the Jews. Amos 4; 9. 
Required cultivation, Luke 13 : 8, 



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Fruit of, formed after winter. So. 

of Sol. 2: 11, 13. 
Leaves of, put forth, a sign of the 
approach of summer. Mat. 24:32. 
Reasonableuess of expecting fruit 
UDon, when full of leaves. Mar. 
11: 13. 
Fruit of. 
Eaten fresh from the tree. Mat. 

21 : 18, 19.- 
Eaten dried in cakes. 1 Sam. 30: 

12. 
Gathered and kept in baskets. Jer. 

24:1. 
First ripe esteemed. Jer. 24: 2. 

Hos. 9 : 10. 
Used in the miraculous healing of 
Hezekiah. 2 Kin. 20: 7. Isa. 38: 
21. 
Sold in the markets. Neh. 13 : 15. 
Sent as presents. 1 Sam. 25: 18. 1 
Chr. 12 : 40. 
A species of, produced vile and 

worthless fruit. Jer. 29:17. 
Leaves of, used by Adam for cover- 
ing. Gen. 3:7. 
Afforded a thick shade. Jno. 1 : 48, 

50. 
Often unfruitful. Luke 13 : 7. 
Failure of, a great calamity. Hab. 

3:17. 
The Jews punished by 
God's breaking down. Hos. 2: 12. 
Failure of fruit on. Jer. 8: 13. Hag. 

2: 19. 
Enemies devouring fruit of. Jer. 

5: 17 
Barking and eating of, by locusts, 
&c. Joel 1 : 4, 7, 12. Amos 4 : 9. 
Illustrative 
(Barren,) of mere professors of re- 
ligion. Mat. 21: 19. Luke 13: 
6, 7. 
(Sitting under one's own,) of pros- 
perity and peace. 1 Kin. 4: 25. 
Slic. 4:4. 
Fruit of, illustrative 
Of good works. Mat. 7 : 16. 
(Good,) of saints. Jer. 24: 2, 3. 
(Bad,) of wicked men. Jer: 24: 2, 

O Q 

(First ripe,) of the fathers of the 
Jewish church. Hos. 9:10. 

(Untimely and dropping,) of the 
wicked ripe for judgment. Isa. 
34:4. Nah. 3:12. Kev. 6:13. 

Fire. 

Can be increased in intensity. Dan. 
3:19,22. 

Though small, kindles a great mat- 
ter. Jas. 3; 5. 

Things connected with; 
Burning coals. Pro. 26:21. 
Flame. So. of Sol. 8:6. Isa. 66: 15. 



Sparks. Job 18 : 5. Isa. 1 : 31. 
Ashes. 1 Kin. 13: 3. 2 Pet. 2:6. 
Smoke. Isa. 34 : 10. Joel 2 : 30. 
Kept alive by fuel. Pro. 26 : 20. Isa, 

9:5. 
Characterized as 
Bright. Eze. 1 : 13. 
Spreading. Jas. 3: 5. 
Enlightening. Psa. 78: 14. Psa, 

105 : 39. 
Heating. Mar. 14 : 54. 
Melting. Psa. 68 : 2. Isa. 64 : 2. 
Purifying. Num. 31:23. IPet. 1: 

7. Rev. 3:18. 
Drying. Job 15 : 30. Joel 1 : 20. 
Consuming. Jud. 15:4, 5. Psa. 46: 

9. Isa. 10:16, 17. 
Insatiable. Pro. 30:16. 
Sacred, 
Came from before the Lord. Lev. 

9:24. 
Always burning on the altar. Lev. 

6:13. 
All burnt offerings consumed by. 

Lev. 6:9, 12. 
Incense burned with. Lev. 16: 12. 

Num. 16: 46. 
Guilt of burning incense without. 

Lev. 10:1. 
Restored to the temple. 2 Chr. 7 : 

1—3. 
Frequently employed as an instru- 
ment of divine vengeance. Psa. 
97:3. Isa. 47:14. Isa. 66:16, 
Miraculous, 
In the burning.bush. Exo. 3:2. » 
Plagued the Egyptians. Exo. 9: 

23, 24. 
Led the people of Israel iu the des- 
ert. Exo. 13 : 22. Exo. 40 : 38. 
On Mount Sinai at giving of law. 

Deu. 4: 11, 36. 
Destroyed Nadab and Abihu. Lev. 

10: '2. 
Destroyed the people at Taberah. 

Num. 11: 1. 
Consumed the company of Korah. 

Num. 16: 35. 
Consumed the sacrifice of Gideon. 

Jud. 6: 21. 
Angel ascended in. Jud. 13: 20. 
Consumed the sacrifice of Elijah, 

1 Kin. 18:38. 

Destroyed the enemies of Elijah. 

2 Kin. 1 : 10, 12. 

Elijah taken up in a chariot of, 2 
Kin. 2: 11. 
God appeared in. Exo. 3:2. Exo. 19: 

18. 
Christ shall appear in. Dan. 7 : 10. 2 

The. 1:8. 
Punishment of the wicked shall be 

in. Mat. 13:42. Mat. 25:41. 
In houses 

Lighted in the winter. Jer. 36: 22. 

Lighted in spring mornings. Jno. 
18:18. 



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A'of. to be liglited on the Sabbath. 

Exo. 35 : 3. 
Made of charcoal. Jno. 18: 18. 
Made of wood. Acts 28 : 3. 
Injury from, to be made good by the 
person who kindled it. Exo. 22:6. 
Illustrative of 
God's protection. Num. 9: 16. Zee. 

2:5. 
God's vengeance. Deu. 4 : 24. Heb. 

12 : 29. 
Christ as judge. Isa. 10: 17. Mai. 

3:2. 
The Holy Spirit. Isa. 4: 4. Acts 2: 3. 
The church destroying her enemies. 

Oba. 18 V. 
The word of God. Jer. 5 : 14. Jer. 

23 : 29. 
Zeal of saints. Psa. 39: 3. Psa. 119: 

139. 
Zeal'of angels. Psa. 104: 4. Heb. 

1:7. 
God's enemies. Isa. 10: 17. Oba. 

18 V. 
Lust. Pro. 6:27, 28. 
Wickedness. Isa. 9: 18. 
The tongue. Pro. 16 : 27. Jas. 3 : 6. 
The self-righteous. Isa. 65 : 5. 
The hope of hypocrites. Isa. 50 : 11. 
Persecution. Luke 12 : 49 — 53. 
Affliction. Isa. 43:2. 
Judgments. Jer. 48:45. Lam. 1: 

13. Eze. 39 : 6. 

First-bom, The. 

Of man and beast dedicated to God. 

Exo. 13 : 2, 12. Exo. 22 : 29. 
Dedicated to commemorate the spar- 
ing of the first-born of Israel. Exo. 
13 : 15. Num. 3 : 13. Num. 8 : 17. 
Of clean beasts 
Not to labor. Deu. 15 : 19. 
Not shorn. Deu. 15 : 19. 
Not taken from the dam for seven 

days. Exo. 22 : 30. Lev. 22 : 27. 
Offered in sacrifice. Num. 18: 17. 
Could not be a free-will offering. 

Lev. 27 : 26. 
Antiquity of offering. Gen. 4 : 4. 
Flesh of, the priests' portion. Num. 
18:18. 
Of unclean beasts 
To be redeemed. Num. 18: 15. 
Law of redemption for. Num. 18 
16. 
Of the ass to be redeemed with a 
lamb or its neck broken. Exo. 13 
13. Exo. 34 : 20. 
Of Israel 
Tribe of Levi taken for. Num. 3 

12, 40-43. Num. 8 : 18. 
To be redeemed. Exo. 34 : 20. Num 

18:15. 
Price of redemption for. Num. 3 
46,47. 



Price of, given to the priests. Num. 

3:48-51. 
Laws respecting, restored after the 

captivity. Neh. 10: 36. 
Laws respecting, observed at Christ's 

birth. Luke 2: 22, 23. 
The beginning of strength and excel- 
lency of power. Gen. 49:3. Deu. 
21:17. 
Precious and valuable. Mic. 6: 7. 

Zee. 12: 10. 
Objects of special love. Gen. 25 : 28. 

Jer. 31 : 9, 20. 
Privileges of; 
Precedence in the family. Gen. 48: 

13. 14. 
Authority over the younger chil- 
dren. Gen. 27:29. 1 Sam. 20:29. 
Special blessing by the father. Gen. 

27 : 4, 35. 
The father's title and power. 2 

Chr. 21 : 3. 
A double portion of inheritance. 

Deu. 21 : 17. 
In case of death the next brother 

to raise up seed to. Deu. 25: 5, 6. 

Mat. 22 : 24—28. 
Not to be alienated by parents 

through caprice. Deu. 21 : 15, 16. 
Could be forfeited by misconduct. 

Gen. 49:3,4, 8. 1 Chr. 5:1. 
Could be sold. Gen. 25 : 31, 33. Heb. 

12: 16,17. 
Instances of, superseded; 
Cain. Gen. 4:4, 5. 
Japheth. Gen. 10:21. 
Ishmael. Gen. 17 : 19-21. 
Esau. Gen. 25 : 23. Rom. 9: 12, 13. 
Manasseh. Gen. 48 : 15—20. 
Reuben, &c. 1 Chr. 5:1,2. 
Aaron. Exo. 7: 1, 2, with Num. 12: 

2 8 
David's brothers. 1 Sam. 16: 6—12. 
Adonijah. 1 Kin. 2: 15, 22. 
Illustrative of 
The dignity, &c. of Christ. Psa. 89: 

27. Rom. 8:29. Col. 1:18. 
The dignity, <fec. of the church. 

Heb. 12:23. 

First-fruits, The. 

To be brought to God's house. Exo. 

34 : 26. 
Different kinds of; 

•Barley harvest. Lev. 23: 10-14. 

Wheat harvest. Exo. 23:16. Lev. 
23 : 16, 17. 

Wine and oil. Deu. 18:4. 

Wool. Deu. 18 : 4. 

Honey. 2 Chr. 31:5. 

Fruit of new trees in fourth year. 
Lev. 19: 23,24. 

All agricultural produce. Deu. 
26:2. 
To be the very best of their kind, 

Num. 18:12, 



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Holy to the Lord. Eze. 48: 14. 

God honored by the offering of. Pro. 

3: 9. 
Offering of, consecrated the whole. 

Rom. 11 : 16. 

To BE OFFERED 

Without delay. Exo. 22 : 29. 

In a basket. Deu. 26:2. 

With thanksgiving. Deu. 26 : 3—10. 
Allotted to the priests. Num. 18: 12, 

13. Lev. 23:20. Deu. 18:3— 5. 
Law of, restored after the captivity. 

Neh. 10: 35,37. Neh. 13: 31. 
Illustrative of 

E&rly Jewish church. Jer. 2 : 3. 

First converts in any place. Rom. 
16:5. 

Church of Christ. Jas. 1 : 18. Rev. 
14:4. 

Resuriection of Christ. 1 Cor. 15: 
20, 23. 

Fishes, 

Created by God. Gen. 1: 20,21. Exo' 

20:11. 
Made for God's glory. Job 12: 8, 9. 

Psa. 69:34. 
Inhabit 

Seas. Num. 11 : 22. Eze. 47 : 10. 

Rivers. Exo. 7 : 18. Eze. 29 : 5. 

Ponds. So. of Sol. 7 : 4. Isa. 19 : 10. 
Number and variety of. Psa. 104: 

25. 
Different in flesh from beasts, &c. 1 

Cor. 15 : 39. 
Cannot live without water. Isa. .50: 2. 
Man given dominion over. Gen. 1 : 

26,28. Psa. 8:8. 
Man permitted to eat. Gen. 9: 2, 3. 
Used as food 

By the Egptians. Num. 11 : 5. 

By the Jews. Mat. 7 : 10. 
Mode of cooking alluded to. Luke 

24:42. Jno. 21:9. 
The Tyrians traded in. Neh. 13 : 16. 
Sold near the fish gate at Jerusalem. 

2Chr. 33:14. Zep. 1:10. 
Distinction between clean, and un- 
clean. Lev. 11: 9— 12. Deu. 14: 9, 10. 
Mentioxed in Scripture; 

Leviathan. Job 41:1. Psa. 74:14. 

Whale. Gen. 1 : 21. Mat. 12 : 40. 
Solomon wrote the history of. 1 Kin. 

4 : 33. 
No likeness of, to be made for wor- 
ship. Exo. 20:4. Deu. 4:18. 
Catching of, a trade. Mat. 4: 18. 

Luke 5: 2. 
Taken with 

Nets. Luke 5 : 4—6. Jno. 21 : 6—8. 

Hooks. Amos 4 : 2. Mat. 17 : 27. 

Spears, Job 41 : 7. 
Often suffered for man's sin, Exo. 

7:21. Eze. 38:20. 
Miracles connected with; 



Multiplying a few. Mat. 14: 17-21. 

Mat. 15: 34. 
Immense draughts of. Luke 5: 0, 

9. Jno. 21: 6, 11. 
Procuring tribute money from. 

Mat. 17 : 27. 
Dressed on the shore. Jno. 21 : 9. 
Illustrative 
Of the whole population of Egypt. 

Eze. 29 : 45. 
Of the visible church. Mat. 13 : 48. 
Of men ignorant of future events. 

Ecc. 9:12. 
Of those ensnared by the wicked. 

Hab. 1 : 14. 
(Good,) of saints. Mat. 13: 48, 49. 
(Bad,) of mere professors. Mat. 

13 : 48, 49. 

Flattery. 

Saints should not use. Job 32 : 21, 22. 
Ministers should not use. 1 The. 2: 5. 
The wicked use, to 

Others. Psa. 5 : 9. Psa. 12 : 2. 

Themselves. Psa. 36:2. 
Hypocrites use, to 

God. Psa. 78:36. 

Those in authority. Dan. 11 : 34. 
False prophets and teachers use. 

Eze. 12: 24, with Rom. 16: 18. 
Wisdom, a preservative against. Pro. 

4:5. 
Worldly advantage obtained by. 

Dan. 11:21,22. 
Seldom gains respect. Pro. 28:23. 
Avoid those given to. Pro. 20:19. 
Danger of. Pro. 7 : 21 -23. Pro. 29 : 5. 
Punishment Of. Job 17 : 5. Psa. 12 : 3. 
Exemplified; WoDian of Tekoah, 2 

Sam. 14: 17, 20. Absalom, 2 Sam. 

15:2—6. False prophets, 1 Kin. 22: 

13. Darius''s courtiers, Dan. 6: 7. 

Pharisees, £c. Mat. 12: 14. Tyrians, 

tfcc. Actsl2:22. 

Flowers. 

Wild in fields. Psa. 103 : 15. 
Cultivated in gardens. So. of Sol.^: 

2,3. 
Described as 

Beautiful. Mat. 6: 29. 

Sweet. So. of Sol. 5:1.3. 

Evanescent. Psa. 103: 16. Isa. 
40:8. 

Appear in spring. So. of Sol. 2: 12. 
Mentioned in Scripture ; 

The lilv. Hos. 14 : 5. Mat. 6 : 28. 

The lily of the valley. So. of Sol. 
2:1. 

The rose. Isa. 35: 1. 

The rose of Sharon. So. of Sol. 2: 1. 

Of the grass. 1 Pet. 1 : 24. 
Garlands of, used in worship of idols. 

Acts 14:13. 



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Representations of, on the 
Golden candlestick, Exo. 25: 31, 33. 

2Chr. 4:21. 
Sea of brass. 1 Kin. 7 : 26. 2 Chr. 

4:5. 
Wood work of the temple. 1 Kin. 

6:18,29,33,35. 
Illdsteative of 
Tlio graces of Christ. So. of Sol. 

5 : 13. 
Shortness of man's life. Job 14: 2. 

Psa. 103: 15. 
Kingdom of Israel. Isa. 28: 1. 
Glory of man. 1 Pet. 1 : 24. 
Rich men. Jas. 1:10, 11. 

Fools. 

All men are, without the knowledge 

of God. Tit. 3:3. 
Deny God. Psa. 14:1. Psa. 53:1. 
Blaspheme God. Psa. 74 : 18. 
Reproach God. Psa. 74: 22. 
Make a mock at sin. Pro. 14 : 9. 
Despise instruction. Pro. 1:7. Pro. 

15 : 5. 
Hate knowledge. Pro. 1 : 22. 
Delight not in understanding. Pro. 

18:2. 
Sport themselves in mischief. Pro. 

10:23. 
Walk in darkness. Ecc. 2:14. 
Hate to depart from evil. Pro. 13: 19. 
Worship of, hateful to God. Ecc. 5 : 1. 
Are 

Corrupt and abominable. Psa. 14 : 1. 

Self-sufficient. Pro. 12:15. Rom, 
1:22. 

Self-confident. Pro. 14:16. 

Self-deceivers. Pro. 14:8. 

Mere professors of religion. Mat. 
25:2-12. 

Full of words. Ecc. 10 : 14. 

Given to meddling. Pro. 20:3. 

Slanderers. Pro. 10:18. 

Liars. Pro. 10: 18. 

Slotliful. Ecc. 4:5. 

Angry. Ecc. 7:9. 

Contentious. Pro. 18:6. 

A grief to parents. Pro. 17 : 25. 
Pro. 19:13. 
Come to shame. Pro. 3:35. 
Destroy themselves by their speech, 

Pro. 10:8, 14. Ecc. 10:12. 
The company of, ruinous. Pro. 13 : 20. 
Lips of, a snare to the soul. Pro. 

18:7. 
Cling to their folly. Pro. 26: 11. Pro. 

27 : 22. 
Worship idols. Jer. 10:8. Rom. 1: 

22, 23. 
Trust to their own hearts. Pro. 28 : 

26, 
depend upon their wealth. Luke 

12 : 20. 
^ear the gospel and obey it not. 

Mat. 7:26. 



The mouth of, pours out folly. Pro. 

15:2. 
Honoris unbecoming for. Pro. 26: 

1,8. 
God has no pleasure in. Ecc, 5: 4. 
Shall not stand in the presence of 

God. Psa. 5: 5. 
Avoid them. Pro. 9: 6. Pro. 14: 7. 
Exhorted to seek wisdom. Pro. 8: 5. 
Punishment of. Psa. 107:17. Pro, 

19:29. Pro. 26:10. 
Exemplified. Rehoboam, 1 Kin. 12: 8. 

Israel, Jer. 4 : 22. Pharisees, Mat. 

23:17, 19. 

Forests. 

Tracts of laud covered with trees. 

Isa. 44: 14. 
Underwood often in. Isa. 9: 18. 
Infested by wild beasts. Psa. .50: 10. 

Psa. 104:20. Isa. 56:9. Jer. 5:6, 

Mic.5:8. 
Abounded with wild honey. 1 Sam, 

14:25,20. 
Often afforded pasture. Mic. 7: 14. 
Mentioned in Scripture; 

Basban, Isa. 2: 13. Eze. 27: 6. Zee. 
11:2. 

Hareth. lSam.22:5. 

Ephraim. 2 Sam. 18:0,8. 

Lebanon. 1 Kin. 7:2. 1 Kin. 10: 17, 

Carmel, 2 Kin. 19: 2.3. Isa. 37: 24. 

Arabian. Isa. 21 : 13. 

The south. Eze. 20: 46, 47. 

The king's. Neli. 2:8. 
Supplied timber for building. 1 Kin. 

5 : 6-8. 
Were places of refuge. 1 Sam. 22 : 5. 

1 Sam. 23: 16. 
Jotham built towers, &c, in. 2 Chr. 

27:4. 
The power of God extends over. Psa. 

29:9. 
Called on to rejoice at God's mercy, 

Isa. 44:23. 
Often destroyed by enemies. 2 Kin. 

19:23. Isa. 37:24. Jer. 46:23. 
Illustrative 

Of the unfruitful world. Isa. 32: 19. 

(A fruitful field turned into,) of 
the Jews rejected by God. Isa. 29: 
17. Isa. 32:15. 

(Destroyed by fire,) of destruction, 
of the wicked. Isa. 9: 18. Isa. 
10:17,18. Jer. 21:14. 



Forgetting God, 



A characteristic t)f the wicked. Pro. 

2:17. Isa. 65:11. 
Backsliders are guilty of. Jer. 3:21, 

Is forgetting His 
Covenant. Deu. 4: 23. 2 Kin. 17 : 38. 
Works. Psa. 78: 7, 11. Psa. 106: 13. 
Benefits, Psa. 103 : 2. Psa, 106 : 1. 



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Word. Heb. 12: 5. Jas. 1:25. 

Law. Psa. 119: lo3, 17G. Hos. 4: 6. 

Past deliverance. Jud. 8:34. Psa. 
78 : 42. 

Power _to deliver. Isa. 51 : 13—15. 
Encouraged by false teachers. Jer. 

23 : 27. 
Prosperity often leads to. Deu. 8: 

12-14. Hos. 13:6. 
Trials should not lead to. Psa. 44: 

17 -20. 
Resolve against. Psa. 119: 16, 93. 
Cautious against. Deu. 6:12. Deu. 

8:11. 
Exhortation to those guilty of. Psa. 

50:22. 
Punishment of. Job 8: 12, 13. Psa. 9: 

17. Isa. 17:10, 11. Eze. 23:35. Hos. 

8:14, 

Forgiveness of Injuries. 

Christ set an example of. Luke 23 : 34. 
Commanded. Mar. 11 : 25. Rom. 12: 19. 
To be unlimited. Mat. 18:22. Luke 

17:4. 
A characteristic of saints. Psa. 7 : 4. 
Motives to. 

The mercy of God. Luke 6: 36. 

Ourneed of forgiveness. Mar. 11:25. 

God's forgiveness of us. Eph. 4: 32. 

Christ's forgiveness of us. Col. 3: 
13. 
A glory to saints. Pro. 19: 11. 
Should be accompanied by 

Forbearance. Col. 3:13. 

Kindness. Gen. 45:5— 11 Rom. 12: 
20. 

Blessing and prayer. Mat. 5: 44. 
Promises to. Mat. 6: 14. Luke 6: 37. 
No forgiveness without. Mat. 6:15. 

Jas. 2:13. 
Illustrated. Mat. 18: 2.3-35. 
Exemplified, Josei>h, Gen. 50:20, 21. 

David, 1 Sam. 24:7. 2 Sam. 18:5. 

2 Sam. 19 : 23. Solomon, 1 Kin. 1 : 53. 

Stephen, Acts 7 : 60. Paul, 2 Tim. 4 : 
16. 

Forsaking God. 

Idolaters guilty of. 1 Sam. 8: 8. 1 Kin. 

11 : 33. 
The wicked guilty of. Deu. 28:20. 
Backsliders guilty of. Jer. 15 : 6. 

Is FORSAKING 

■ His house. 2Chr. 29:6. 

His covenant. Deu. 29:25. 1 Kin. 
19:10. Jer. 22:9. Dan. 11:30. 

His commandments. Ezr. 9 : 10. 

The right way. 2 Pet. 2 : 15. 
Trusting in man is. Jer. 17 : 5. 
Leads men to follow their own 

devices. Jer. 2: 13. 
Prosperity tempts to. Deu. 31: 20. 

Deu. 32: 15. 
Wickedness of. Jer. 2:13. Jer. 5:7. 
Unreasonableness and ingratitude of. 

Jer, 2:5,6. 



Brings confusion. Jer. 17:13. 
Followed by remorse. Eze. 6:9. 
Briugs down His wrath. Ezr. 8: 22. 
Provokes God to forsake men. Jud. 

10 : 13. 2 Chr. 15 : 2. 2 Chr. 24 : 20, 24. 
Resolve against. Jos. 24: 16. Noli. 

10:29—39. 
Curse pronounced upon. Jer. 17 : 5. 
Sin of, to be confessed. Ezr. 9: 10. 
Warnings against. Jos 24 : 20. 1 

Chr. 28:9. 
Punishment of. Deu. 28: 20. 2 Kin. 

22: 16, 17 Isa. 1: 28. Jer. 1: 16. 

Jer. 5:19 
Exemplified. Children of Israel, 1 

Sam. 12: 10. Saul,l Sam. 15: 11. 

Ahab, 1 Kin. 18: 18. ^mon, 2 Kin. 

21 : 22. Kingdom of Judah, 2 Chr. 12 : 

1,5. 2Chr. 21: 10. Isa. 1 : 4. Jer. 

15:6. Kingdom of Israel, 2 Chr. 13: 

11, with 2 Kin. 17: 7—18. 3Iany 

disciples, Jno. 6: 66. Phyaellus, cC-c. 

2 Tim. 1 : 15. Balaam, 2 Pet. 2 : 15. 

Fortresses. 

Places strong by nature. Num. 24: 31. 
Places fortified by art. Jer. 51 : 53. 
The security of a nation. Isa, 33: 

16. Dan. 11:10. 
Places used as; 

Cities. Jud. 9: 31. Neh. 4:2. 

Strong-holds. Jud. 6: 2. 2 Chr. 
11:11. 

Forts. 2 Sam. 5:9. Isa. 25:12, 

Strong towers. 2 Chr. 26: 9. 
Afforded protection in danger. Jud, 

6:2. 
Defended against eue-nies. Nab. 2: 1. 
Often 

Entered bv the enemy. Dan. 11 : 7. 

Spoiled. Hos. 10: 14. 

Levelled. Isa. 25: 12. 

Deserted. &c. Isa. 34: 13. 

Destruction of, threatened. Isa. 
17:3. 
Illustrative OF 

God's protection. Psa. 18:2. Jer. 
16:19. 

Christ, the defence of saints. Isa. 
33 : 16. 

Protection afforded to ministers. 
Jer. 6:27. 

Foundation. 

The lowest part of a building, and 

on which it rests. Luke 14: "29. 

Acts 10 : 26. 
Figuratively applied to 

The heavens. 2 Sam 22 : 8. 

The earth. Job 38: 4. Psa. 104:5. 

The world. Psa. 18: 15. Mat. 13: 
35. 

The mountains. Deu. 32 : 22 

The ocean. Psa. 104:8. 

Kingdoms. Exo. 9: 18. 
Laid for 

Cities. Jos. 6: 26. 1 King IS: 34. 



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FEU. 



Walls. Ezr. 4 : 12. Rev. 21 : M. 
Houses. Luke 0: 48. 
Temples. 1 Kin. 6: .ST. Ezr. 3: 10. 
Towers. Luke 14 : 28, 29. 
Described as 
Of stone. 1 Kin. 5: 17. 
Deep laid. Luke 6: 48. 
Strongly laid. Ezr. 6 : 3. 
Joined together by corner stones. 
• Ezr. 4: 12, with 1 Pet. 2: 6, and 

Eph. 2:20. 
Security afforded by. Mat. 7: 25. 

Luke 6: 48. 
Illustrative of 
Christ. Isa. 28: 16. .1 Cor. 3: 11. 
Doctrines of the apostles, &c. Eph. 

2:20. 
First principles of the gospel. 

Heb. G:l, 2. 
Decrees and purposes of God. 2 

Tim. 2: 19. 
Magistrates. Psa. 82 : .5. 
The righteous. Pro. 10: 25. 
Hope of saints. Psa. 87 : 1. 
Security of saints' inheritance. 

Heb. 11:10. 

Fountains and Springs. 

Created by God. Psa. 74: 15. Psa. 

104 : 10. 
God to be praised for. Rev. 14 : 7. 
Come from the great deep. Gen. 7: 

11. Job 38: 16. 
Found in hills and valleys. Deu. 8: 

7. Psa. 104:10. 
Send forth each but one kind of 

water. Jas. 3: 11. 
Afford 

Drink to the beasts. Psa. 104:11. 

Refreshment to the birds. Psa. 
104 : 12. 

Fruitfulness to the earth. 1 Kin. 
18:5. Joel 3: 18. 
Frequented by travellers. Gen. 16: 7. 
Abound in Canaan. Deu. 8: 7. 1 

Kin. 18:5. 
Sometimes dried up. Isa. 58:11. 
Drying up of, a severe punishment. 

Psa. 107:3.3, 34. Hos. 13:15. 
Constantly flowing 

Especially esteemed. Isa. 58: 11. 

Could not be ceremonially defiled. 
Lev. 11: 36. 
Sometimes stopped or turned off to 

distress enemies. 2 Chr. 32 : 3, 4. 
Mentioned in Scripture; 

Ifl the way to Shur. Gen. 16:7. 

Of the waters of Nephtoah. Jos. 
15:9. 

Of Jezreel. 1 Sam. 29: 1. 

OfPisgah. Deu. 4:49. 

Upper and nether springs, Jos. 
15 : 19. Jud. 1 : 15. 
Illustrative 

Of God. Psa. 36: 9. Jer. 2: 13, 
Jer. 17:13. 

Of Christ. Zee. 13:1. 



Of the Holy Ghost. Jno. 7: 38, 39. 
Of constant supplies of grace. Psa. 

87:7. 
Of eternal life. Jno. 4: 14. Rev, 

21: 6. 
Of the means of grace. Isa. 41 : 18. 

Joel 3: 18. 
Of a good wife. Pro. 5:18. 
Of a numerous posterity. Deu. 

33 : 28. 
Of spiritual wisdom. Pro. 16: 22. 

Pro. 18: 4. 
Of the law of the wise. Pro. 13 : 14. 
Of godly fear. Pro. 14 : 27. 
(Sealed up,) of the church. So. of 

Sol. 4:12. 
(Not failing,) of the church. Isa. 

58:11. 
(Always flowing,) of unceasing 

wickedness of the Jews. Jer. 6: 7. 
(Corrupt,) of th« natural heart. 

Jas. 3: 11, with Mat. 15: 18, 19. 
(Troubled,) of saints led astray. 

Pro. 25 : 26. 

Fox, The. 

Found in deserts. Eze. 13:4. 
Abounded in Palestine. Jud. 15: 4, 

Lam. 15: 18. 
Described as 

Active. Nell. 4: 3. 

Crafty. Luke 13: 32. 

Carnivorous. Psa. 63:10. 
Destructive to vines. So. of Sol. 2: 15. 
Dwells in holes. Mat. 8: 20. Luke 

9:58. 
Illustrative of 

False prophets. Eze. 13:4. 

Cunning and deceitful persons. 
Luke 13: 32. 

Enemies of the church. So. of Sol. 
2:15. 
Used by Samson for annoying the 

Philistines. Jud. 15:4— 6. 

Frtiits. 

The produce of corn, &c. Deu. 22: 9. 

Psa. 107 : 37. 
The produce of trees. Gen. 1:'29. 

Ecc. 2: 5. 
Called the 

Fruit of the ground. Gen. 4: 3. 
Jer. 7:20. 

Fruit of the earth. Isa. 4:2. 

Increase of the land. Psa. 85: 12. 
Given by God. Acts 14: 17. 
Preserved to us by God. Mai. 3:11. 
Require 

A fruitful land. Psa. 107 : 34. 

Rain from heaven. Psa. 104: 13. 
Jas. 5 : 18. 

Influence of the sun and moon, 
Deu. 33: 14. 
Produced in their due seasons. Mat. 

21 : 41. 
First of, devoted to God. Deu. 26 : 2. 



FRU. 



GAL. 



Divided into 
Hasty or precocious. Isa. 28:4. 
Summer fruits. 2 Sam. 16:1. 
New and old. So. of Sol. 7 : 13. 
Goodly. Jer. 11 : 16. 
Pleasant. So. of Sol. 4: 16. 
Precious. Deu. 33 : 14. 
Evil or bad. Mat. 7:17. 
To be waited for with patience. Jas. 

5: 7. 
Often sent as presents. Geu. 43: 11. 
Often destroyed 
In God's auger. Jer. 7 : 20. 
By blight. Joel 1 : 12. 
By locusts, &c. Deu. 28: 38, 39. Joel 

1:4. 
By enemies. Eze. 25:4. 
By drought. Hag. 1 : 10. 
Illustrative 
Of effects of repentance. Mat. 3: 8. 
Of works of the Spirit. Gal. 5: 22, 

23. Eph. .5 : 9: 
Of doctrines of Christ. So. of Sol. 

2: 3. 
Of good works. Mat. 7 : 17, 18. Phi. 

4: 17. 
Of a holy conversation. Pro. 12: 

14. Pro. 18 : 20. 
Of praise. Heb. 13: 15. 
Of the example, &c. of the godly. 

Pro. 11 : 30. 
Of effects of industry. Pro. 31: 

16, 31. 
Of the reward of saints. Isa. 3: 10. 
Of the reward of the wicked. Jer. 

17 : 9, 10. 
Of converts to the church. Psa. 72: 

16. Jno. 4 : 36. 
(Bad,) of the conduct and conver- 
sation of evil men. Mat. 7:17. 

Mat. 12: 33. 

Gad, The Tribe of. 

Descended from Jacob's seventh son. 

Gen. 30:11. 
Predictions respecting. Gen. 49: 19. 

Deu. 33:20, 21. 
Persons selected from. 

To number the people. Num. 1 : 14. 

To spy out the land Num.13: 15. 
Strength of, on leaving Egypt. Num. 

1 : 24, 25. 
The rear of second division of Israel 

in their journeys. Num. 10:18—20. 
Encamped south of the tabernacle 

under the standard of Reuben. 

Num. 2: 10,14. 
Offerhig of, at the dedication. Num. 

7: 42-47. 
Families of. Num. 26 : 15—17. 
Strength of, on entering Canaan. 

Num.26: 18. 
On Ebal, said amen to the curse. 

Deu. 27:13. 
Sought and obtained its inheritance 

east of Jordan. Num. 32 : 1—33. 



Bounds of its inheritance. Jos. 13 : 

24—28. 
Cities built by. Num. 32 : 34—36. 
Assisted in conquest of Canaan. Jos. 

4:12,13. 
After the conquest, returned home. 

Jos. 22 : 9. 
Assisted in building the altar of wit- 
ness, which excited the jealousy of 

Israel. Jos. 22 : 10— 29. 
Many from other tribes sought 

refuge with, from the Philistines. 1 

Sam. 13: 7. 
Eleven of, swam the Jordan, and 

joined David in the hold. 1 Chr. 

12:8-15. 
Some of, at coronation of David. 1 

Chr. 12 : 37, 38. 
David appointed rulers over. 1 Chr. 

26 : 32. 
Spoiled the Hagarites. 1 Chr. 5 : 18 

22. 

Subdued by Hazael king of Syria. 2 

Kin. 10: 33. 
Taken captive to Assyria. 2 Kin. 15: 

29, with 1 Chr. 5 : 22, 26. 
Land of, seized by the Moabites and 

Ammonites. Jer. 48: 18—24. Jer. 

49:1. 

Galilee. 

Separated from Judea by Samaria. 

Jno. 4:3,4. 
Upper part of, called Galilee of the 

Gentiles. Isa. 9:1. Mat. 4:15. 
Lake of Gennesaret, called the sea 

of. Mat. 15 : 29. Luke 5:1. 
Kadesh the city of refuge for. Jos. 

21 : 32. 
Inhabitants of. 

Called Galileans. Acts 2 : 7. 

Used a peculiar dialect. Mat. 26: 
73. Mar. 14:70. 

Despised by the Jews. Jno. 7: 
41, .52. 

Opposed the Roman taxation. Acts 
5:37. 

Cruelly treated by Pilate. Luke 
13:1. 
Twenty cities of, given to Hiram. 1 

Kin. 9:11. 
Conquered by the Syrians. 1 Kin. 

15 : 20. 
Conquered by the Assyrians. 2 Kin. 

15 : 29. 
Jurisdiction of, granted to Herod by 

the Romans. Luke 3:1. Luke 23: 

6,7. 
Supplied Tyre, &c. with provisions. 

Acts 12:20. 
Christ 

Brought up in. Mat. 2: 22. Luke 
2 : 39, 51. 

Despised as of. Mat. 26: 69, with 
Jno. 7 : .52. 

Chose His apostles from. Mat. 4: 
18, 21. Jno. 1 : 43, 44. Acts 1 : 11. 



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99 



GAR. 



Preaching in, predicted. Isa. 9: 1, 

2. Mat. 4: 14, 15. 
Preached throughout. Mar. 1: 39. 

Luke 4: 44. 
Commenced, and wrought many 

miracles in. Mat. 4: 2.3, 24. Mat. 

15:29-31. 
Kindly received in. Juo. 4 : 45. 
Followed by the people of. Mat. 

4 : 25. 
Ministered to by women of. Mat. 

27 : 55. Mar. 15 : 41. Luke 8 : 3. 
Sought refuge in. Jno. 4:1,3. 
Appeared in, to His disciples after 

His resurrection. Mat. 26: 32. 

Mat. 28:7. 
Modern towns of; 
Accho or Ptolemais. Jud. 1 : 31. 
Tiberias. Jno. 6:23. 
Nazareth. Mat. "2: 22, 23. Luke 

1:26. 
Cana. Jno. 2:1. Jno. 21 : 2. 
Capernaum. Mat. 4 13. 
Chorazin. Mat. 11 : 21. 
Bethsaida. Mar. 6:45. Jno. 1: 44. 
Nain. Luke 7 : 11. 
Cesarea. Acts 9: 30. Acts 10: 24. 
Cesarea Philippi. Mat. 16: 13. 

Mar. 8:27. 
Christian churches established in. 
Acts 9 : 31. 

Gardens. 

Often made by the banks of rivers. 

Num. 24:6. 
Kinds of, mentioned in Scrip- 
ture; 

Herbs. Deu. 11 : 10. 1 Kin. 21 : 2. 

Cucumbers. Isa. 1:8. 

Fruit trees. Ecc. 2 : 5, 6. 

Spices, &c. So. of Sol. 4: 16. So. of 
Sol. 6:2. 
Often enclosed. So. of Sol. 4 : 12. 
Often refreshed by fountains. So. of 

Sol. 4 : 15. 
Taken care of by gardeners. Jno. 

20:15. 
Lodges erected in. Isa. 1 : 8. 
Often used for 

Entertainments. So. of Sol. 5: 1. 

Retirement. Jno. 18: 1. 

Burial places. 2 Kin. 21: 18, 26. 
Jno. 19: 41. 

Idolatrous worship. Isa 1: 29. Isa. 
65:3. 
Blasting of, a punishmeut. Amos 

4:9. 
Jews ordered to plant, in Babylon. 

Jer. 29 : 5. 28. 
Of Eden 

Planted by the Lord. Gen. 2:8. 

Called the garden of the Lord. 
Gen. 13:10. 

Called the garden of God. Eze. 
28:13. 

Had every tree good for food. 
Gen. 2: 9. 



Watered by a river. Gen. 2:10— 14. 
Man placed in, to dress and keep. 

Gen. 2:8, 15. 
Man driven from, after the fall, 

Gen. 3: 23, 24. 
Fertility of Canaan like. Gen. 13: 

10. Joel 2 : 3. 
The future state of the Jews shall 

bo like. Isa. 51 : 3. Eze. 36 : 35. 
Illustrative 
Of the church. So. of Sol. 5:1. So 

of Sol. 6:2, 11. 
(Enclosed,) of the pleasantness^ 

fruitfulness, and security of this 

church. So. of Sol. 4:12. 
(Well watered,) of spiritual pros- 
perity of the church. Isa. .58: 11. 

Jer. 31 : 12. 
(When dried up,) of the wicked. 

Isa. 1:30. 

Garments. 

Origin of. Gen. 3:7,21. 
Called 

Raiment. Gen. 28:20. Deu. 8:4. 

Clothes. Pro. 6 : 27. Eze. 16 : 39. 

Clothing. Job 22: 6. Job 31 : 19. 

Vesture. Gen. 41 : 42. Rev. 19: 16. 
Materials used for. 

Wool. Pro. 27 : 26. Eze. 34 : 3. 

Silk. Pro. 31:22. 

Linen. Lev. 6:10. Est. 8:1.5. 

Camel's hair. Mat. 3:4. 

Skins. Heb. 11:37. 

Sackcloth. 2 Sam. 3: 31. 2 Kin. 19:1. 
Not to be made of mixed materials. 

Deu. 22:11. 
Of the sexes, not to be interchanged. 

Deu. 22:5. 
Colors of, mentioned; 

White. Ecc. 9:8. 

Blue. Eze. 23:6. 

Purple. Eze. 7 : 27. Luke 16 : 19. 

Scarlet. 2 Sam. 1 : 24. Dan. 5 : 7. 

Different colors. Gen. 37: 3. 2 Sam. 
13:18. 
Were often fringed and bordered. 

Num. 15:38. Deu. 22:12. 
Scribes and Pharisees condemned 

for making broad the borders of. 

Mat. 23:5. 
Worn long and flowing. Luke 20: 46. 

Rev. 1:13. 
Girt up during employment. Luke 

17 : 8. Jno. 13 : 4. 
Mentioned in Scripture; 

Hyke or upper garment. Deu. 24: 
13. Mat. 21:8. 

Burnoose or cloak. Luke 6: 29. 2 
Tim. 4:13. 

Tunic or coat. Jno. 19: 23. Jno. 
21:7. 

Girdle. 1 Sam. 18 : 4. Acts 21 : 11. 

Bonnet or hat. Lev. 8 : 13. Dan. 3 : 
21. 

Shoe or sandal. Exo. 3 : 5. Mar. 
6:9. 



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Vail. Gen. 24:6.5." 
Liable to plague and leprosy. Lev. 

13:47-59. 
Cleaused by water from ceremonial 

uncleanness. Lev. 11 : 82. Num. 

31 : 20. 
Of the rich. 

Of the finest materials. Mat. 11 : 8. 

Gay. Jas. 2:2, 3. 

Gorgeous. Luke 7 : 2,"). Acts 12 : 21. 

Embroidered. Psa. 45: 14. Eze. 
10:18. 

Perfumed. Psa. 45:8. So. of Sol. 
4:11. 

Multiplied and heaped up. Job 27 : 
16. Isa.3:22. 

Often moth-eaten. Job 13: 28. Jas. 
5:2. 
Of the poor, 

Provided specially by God. Deu. 
lb : 18. 

Vile. Jas. 2:2. 

Used as a covering by night. Deu. 
, 24 : 13. 

Not to be retained in pledge. Deu. 
24 : 12, 13. 
Grew old and wore out. Jos. 9: 5. 

Psa. 102 : 26. 
Of Israel preserved for forty years. 

Deu. 8: 4. 
Were often changed. Gen. 35: 2. 

Gen. 41: 14. 
Of those slain with a sword not used. 

Isa. 14:19. 
Given as a token of covenants. ISam. 

18:4. 
Given as presents. Gen. 45: 22. 2 

Kin. 5:22. 
Often rent in affliction. 2 Sam. 15: 

32. Ezr. 9:3,5. 
Illustrative 

(White,) of righteousness. Mat. 
28:3. Rev. 3:18. 

(Rolled in blood.) of victory. Isa. ' 
9: 5. 

(Washed in wine,) of abundance. 
Gen. 49: 11. 

Gates. 
Design of Isa. 62:10. 
Made of 

Bras.s. Psa. 107 : 16. Isa. 45: 2. 

Iron. Acts 12 : 10. 
Often two-leaved. Isa. 45:1. 
Fastened with bars of iron. Psa. 

107:16. Isa. 45: 2. 
Made to 

Cities. 1 Kin. 17:10. 

Houses. Luke 16 : 20. Acts 12 : 14. 

Temples. Acts 3: 2. 

Palaces. Est. 5 : 13. 

Prisons. Acts 12: 10. 

Camps. Exo. 32:26. 

Rivers. Nab. 2:6. 
Of cities 

Chief places of concourse. Pro. t : 
21. 



Courts of justice held at. Deu. 16: 

18. 2 Sam. 15: 2. Pro. 22: 22, 23. , 
Land sold at. Gen. 23: 10, 16. 
Land redeemed at. Ruth 4: 1. 
Markets held at. 2 Kin. 7 : 1, 18. 
Proclamations made at. Pro. 1: 

21. Jer. 17:19. 
Councils of state held at. 2 Chr. 

18:9. Jer. 39:3. 
Conferences held at. Gen. 34: 20. 2 

Sam. 3:27. 
Public commendation given at. 

Pro. 31 : 23, 31. 
Public censure passed at. Job 5: 4. 

Isa. 29:21. 
Shut at night-fall. Jos. 2:5. Neh. 

13:19. 
Chief points of attack in war. Jud. 

5:8. Isa. 22:7. Eze. 21 : 15. 
Battering rams used against. Eze. 

21 : 22. 
Experienced officers placed over. 2 

Kin. 7: 17. 
Troops reviewed at, going to war. 

2 Sam. 18: 4. 
Often razed and burned. Neh. 1: 3. 

Lam. 2: 9. 
Idolatrous rites performed at. 

Acts 14 : 13. 
Criminals punished at. Deu. 17: 5. 

Jer. 20: 2. 
Custom of sitting at, in the even- 
ing, alluded to. Gen. 19: 1. 
Of the temple 
Called gates of Zion. Lam. 1 : 4. 
Called gates of righteousness. Psa. 

118: 19. 
Called gates of the Lord, Psa, 

118 : 20. 
Overlaid with gold. 2:Kin. 18: 16. 
One specially beautiful. Acts 3: 2. 
Levites the porters of. 2 Chr. 8: 

14. 2 Chr. 23:4. 
Charge of, given by lot. 1 Chr. 26: 

13-19. 
The treasury placed at. 2 Chr. 24: 

8. Mar. 12:41. 
The pious Israelites delighted to 

enter. Psa. 118: 19, 20. Psa. 100: 4. 
Frequented by beggars. Acts 3: 2. 

Of JERUSALEM, 

High gate of Benjamin. Jer. 20: 2. 

Jer. 37: 13. 
Fish gate. 2 Chr. 33 : 14. Neh. 3 : 3. 
Sheep gate. Neh. 3: 1. Jno. 5: 2. 

(mani.) 
Gate of Miphkad. Neh. 3 : 31. 
Gate of Ephraim. Neh. 12 : 39. 
Valley gate. 2 Chr. 26: 29. Neh. 

2:13. 
Watergate. Neh. 3:26. Neh. 8:3. 
Horse gate. 2 Chr. 23:15. Neh. 

3:28. 
Old gate. Neh. 3:6. Neh. 12:39. 
Corner gate. 2 Chr. 26 : 9. 
Dung gate. Neh. 3: 14. Neh. 12: 31 
Gate of the fountain. Neh. 3: 15. 



GAT. 



101 



GIB. 



Carcase of sin-offering burned with- 
out. Lev. 4:12. Heb. 13: 11— 13. 
Criminals generally punished with- 
out. Lev. 24:23. Jno. 19: 17, with 
Heb. 13 : 12. 
Illustrative 
Of Christ. Jno. 10:9. 
(Of heaven,) of access to God. Gen. 

28:12-17. 
(Of hell,) of Satan's power. Mat. 

16:18. 
(Of the grave,) of death. Isa. 38:. 10. 
(Strait,) of the entrance to life. 

Mat. 7:14. 
(Wide,) of the entrance to ruin. 

Mat. 7 : 13. 

Genealogies, 
The Jews reckoned by. 1 Chr. 9: 1. 2 

Chr. 31 : 19. 
Public registers kept of. 2 Chr. 12: 

15. Neh. 7:5. 
Of Christ 

Given. Mat. 1:1— 17. Luke 3: 23 
—38. 

Prove His descent i from Judah. 
Heb. 7:14. 
Priests who could not prove their 

own, excluded from the priesthood. 

Ezr. 2:62. Neh. 7:64. 
Subject of, to be avoided. 1 Tim. 1 : 

4. Tit. 3:9. 
Illustrative of the record of saints 

in the book of life. Luke 10: 20. 

Heb. 12:23. Rev. 3:5. 

Gentiles. 

Comprehend all nations except the 

Jews. Rom. 2:9. Rom. 3:9. Rom. 

9:24. 
Called 

Heathen. Psa. 2 : 1. Gal. 3 : 8. 

Nations. Psa. 9:20. Psa. 22:28. 
Isa. 9: 1. 

Uncircumcised. 1 Sam. 14:6. Isa. 
52:1. 

IJncircumcisiou. Rom. 2:26. 

Greeks. Rom. 1:16. Rom. 10: 12. 

Strangers. Isa. 14:1. Isa. 60: 10. 
Ruled by God. 2 Chr. 20: 6. Psa. 

47:8. 
Chastised by God. Psa. 9:5. Psa. 

94 : 10. 
Counsel of, brought to nought. Psa. 

33 : 10. 
Characterized as 

Ignorant of God. Rom. 1: 21. 1 
The. 4:5. 

Refusing to know God. Rom. 1 : 28. 

Without the law. Rom. 2 : 14. 

Idolatrous. Rom. 1 : 23, 25. 1 Cor. 
12:2. 

Superstitious. Deu. 18:14. 

Depraved and wicked. Rom. 1 : 28 
—32. Eph. 4 : 19. 

Blasphemous and reproachful. 
Neh. 5 : 9. 



Constant to their false gods. Jer. 
2: 11. 
Hated and despised the Jews. Est. 

9: 1, 5. Psa. 44: 13, 14. Psa. 123: 3. 
Often ravaged and defiled the holy 

land and sanctuary. Psa. 79: 1. 

Lam. 1:10 
The Jews 

Not to follow the ways of. Lev. 18 
3. Jer. 10 : 2. 

Not to intermarry with. Deu. 7:3. 

Permitted to have, as servants. 
Lev. 25 : 44. 

Despised, as if dogs. Mat. 15 : 26. 

Never associated with. Acts 10: 
28. Acts 11 : 2, 3. 

Often corrupted by. 2 Kin. 17 : 7, 8. 

Dispersed amongst. Jno. 7 : 35. 
Excluded from Israel's privileges 

Eph. 2:11,12. 
Not allowed to enter the temple. 

Acts 21 : 28, 29. 
Outer court of temple for. Eph. 2: 

14. Rev. 11:2. 
Given to Christ as His inheritance 

Psa. 2: 8. 
Christ given as a light to. Isa. 42: 6. 

Luke 2 : 32. 
Conversion of, predicted. Isa. 2:2. 

Isa. 11:10. 
United with the Jews against 

Christ. Acts 4: 27. 
The gospel not to be preached to, 

till preached to the Jews. Mat. 10: 

5. Luke 24: 47. Acts 13: 46. 
First special introduction of the 

gospel to. Acts 10: 34 45. Acts 

15 : 14. 
First general introduction of the 

gospel to. Acts 13: 48, 49, 52. Acts 

15 : 12. 
Paul the apostle of. Acts 9: 15. 

Gal. 2:7, 8. 
Jerusalem trodden down by, &c. 

Luke 21: 24. 
Israel rejected till the fulness of. 

Rom. 11 : 25. 

Gibeonites. 

Descended from the Hivites and 

Amorites. Jos. 9: 3, 7, with 2 Sam 

21 : 2. 
A mighty and warlike people. Jos. 

10:2. 
Cities of. Jos. 9:17. 
Israel 

Deceived by. Jos. 9:4 — 13. 

Made a league with. Jos. 9: 15. 

Spared on account of their oath. 
Jos. 9 : 18, 19. 

Appointed, hewers of wood, &c. 
Jos. 9:20— 27. 
Attacked by the kings of Canaan. 

Jos. 10: 1—5. 
Delivered by Israel. Jos. 10: 6—10. 
Saul sought to destroy. 2 Sam. 21 : 2. 



GIB. 



102 



GIR. 



Israel plauged for Saul's cruelty to. 

2 Sam. 21:1. 
Effected the destruction of the 

remuaut of Saul's house. 2 Sam. 

21:4-9. 
The office of the Nethinim probably 

orginated in. IChr. 9:2. 
Part of, returned from the captivity. 

Neh. 7 : 25. 

Gift of the Holy Ghost, The. 

Bv tlie Father. Neh. 9 : 20. Luke 11 : 13. 

By the Son. J no. 20: 22. 

To Christ without measure. Jno. .3: 

34. 
Given 

According to promise. Acts 2 : 38, 39. 

Upon the exaltation of Christ. Psa. 
68 : 18. Jno. 7 : 39. 

Through the intercession of Christ. 
Jno. 14:16. 

In answer to prayer. Luke 11 : 13. 
Eph. 1:16, 17. 

For instruction. Neh. 9: 20. 

For comfort of saints. Jno. 14 : 16, 

To those who repent and believe. 
Acts 2 : 38. 

To those who obey God. Acts 5 : 32. 

To the Gentiles. Acts 10:44, 45. 
Acts 11 : 17. Acts 15 : 8. 
Is abundant. Psa. 68: 9. Jno. 7: 38,39. 
Is permanent. Isa. 59: 21.; Hag. 2: 5. 

1 Pet. 4:14. 
Is fructifying. Isa. 32:15. 
Eeceived through faith. Gal. 3: 14. 
An evidence of union with Christ. 1 

Jno. 3:24. 1 Jno. 4: 13. 
An earnest of the inheritance of the 

saints. 2 Cor. 1 :22. 2 Cor. 5:5. Eph. 

1:14. 
A pledge of the continued favor of 

God. Eze. 39:29. 

Gifts of God, The. 

All blessings are. Jas. 1 : 17. 2 Pet. 1 : 

3. 
Are dispensed according to His will. 

Ecc. 2:26. Dan. 2:21. Rom. 12:6. 

1 Cor. 7 : 7. 
Are free and abundant. Num. 14:8. 

Rom. 8:32. 
Spiritual, 

Christ the chief of. Isa. 42 : 6. Isa. 
55 : 4. Jno. 3 : 16. Jno. 4 : 10. Jno. 
6 : 32, 33. 

Are through Christ. Psa. 68:18, 
with Eph. 4: 7,8. Jno. 6:27. 

The Holy Ghost. Luke 11:13. Acts 
8: 20. 

Grace. Psa. 84:11. Jas. 4:6. 

Wisdom. Pro. 2:6. Jas. 1. 5. 

Repentance. Acts 11: 18. 

Faitli. Eph. 2:8. Phi. 1:29. 

Righteousness. Rom. 5: 16, 17. 

Strength and power. Psa. 68: 35. 

A new heart. Eze. 11: 19. 

Peace. Psa. 29: 11. 



Rest. Mat. 11:28. 2 The. 1:7. 
Glory. Psa. 84 : 11. Jno. 17 : 22. 
Eternal life. Rom. 6: 2,3. 
Not repented of by Him. Rom. 11 : 

29. 
To be used for mutual profit. 1 Pet. 

4:10. 
Pray for. Mat. 7:7, 11. Jno. 16: 23, 

24. 
Acknowledge. Psa. 4 : 7. Psa. 21 : 2. 
Temporal, 
Life. Isa. 42:5. 

Food and raiment. Mat. 6:2.5—33. 
Rain and fruitful seasons. Gen. 27: 

28. Lev. 26:4,5. Isa. 30:23. 
Wisdom. 2Chr. 1:12. 
Peace. Lev. 26: 6. 1 Chr. 22: 9. 
All good things Psa. 34: 10. 1 Tim. 

6:17. 
To be used and enjoyed. Ecc. 3: 13. 

Ecc. 5:19, 20. 1 Tim. 4:4, 5. 
Should cause us to remember God. 

Deu. 8:18. 
All creatures partake of. Psa. 136: 

25. Psa. 145:15, 16. 
Pray for. Zee. 10:1. Mat. 6:11. 
Illustrated. Mat. 25: 15-30. 

Girdles. 
Worn upon the loins. 1 Kin 2: 5. 

Jer. 13: 1, 11. 
Worn by priests about the breasts. 

Rev. 1 : 1.3. 
Made of 
Fine linen. Eze. 16:10. 
Twined linen with blue,'purple, &c. 

Exo. 39 : 29. 
Gold. Rev. 1:13. Rev. 15:6. 
Leather. 2 Kin. 1 : 8. Mat. 3: 4. 
Sackcloth. Isa. 3:24. Lam. 2:10. 
Made for sale by industrious women. 

Pro. 31 : 24. 
Used for 
Strengthening the loins. Pro. 31 : 
17. Isa. 22:21. Isa. 23: 10. (marfir.) 
Girding up the garments when 
walking. 1 Kin. 18: 46. 2 Kin. 
4:29. 
Girding up the garments when 
working. Luke 12 : 37. Luke 17 : 
8. Jno. 13:4. 
Suspending the sword. 2 Sara. 20: 

8. Neh. 4:18. 
Suspending the inkhorn. Eze. 9: 2. 

(marg.) 
Holding money. Mat. 10:9. Mar. 

G: 8. (Greek.) 
Taken off when at rest. Isa. 5 : 27, 
with Jno 13: 4. 
Given as 
A token of friendship. 1 Sam. 18: 4. 
A reward of military service. 2 
Sam. 18:11. 
Illustrative of 
Strength. Psa. 18: 39. Isa. 22:21. 
Gladness. Psa. 30:11. 
Righteousness of Christ. Isa. 11:5, 



GIR. 



jo:^ 



QLO. 



Faithfuluess of Christ. Isa. 11 : 5. 
Trnch. Epb. G:14. 

Glorifying God. 

Commaaded. 1 Clir. li',: ?8. Psa. 22: 

2;j. Isa. 42 : 12. 
Due to Him. IChr. 16:29. 
Fur His 

Holiness. Psa. 99: 9. Rev. 15: 4. 

Mercy aud truth. Psa. 115. 1. Rom. 
15 : 9. 

Faithfuhiess and truth. Isa. 25-, 1. 

Wondrous works. Mat. 15 : 31. 
Acts4:21. 

Judgments. Isa. 25: 3. Eze. 28: 
22. Rev. 14:7. 

Deliverance. Psa. 50:15. 

Grace to others. Acts 11: 18. 2 
Cor. 9:13. Gal. 1 : 24. 
Oblij^atiou of saints to. 1 Cor. 6: 20. 
Is acceptable through Christ. Phi. 

1:11. 1 Pet. 4:11. 
Christ, an example of. Jno, 17: 4. 
Accomplished by 

Relying on His promises. Rom. 
4:20. 

Praisini,' Him. Psa. 50: 23. 

Doing all to Him. 1 Cor. 10:31. 

Dying for Him. Jno. 21 : 19. 

Confessing Christ. Phi. 2: 11. 

Suticriug for Christ. 1 Pet. 4: 
14:16. 

Glorifying Christ. Acts 19: 17. 2 
The. 1 : 12. 

Bringing forth fruits of righteous- 
ness. Jno. 15:8. Phi. 1:11. 

Patience in affliction. Isa. 24: 15. 

Faithfulness. 1 Pet. 4:11. 
Required iu body and spirit. 1 Cor. 

6 : 20. 
Shall be universal. Psa. 86:9. Rev. 

5 : 13. 
Saints should 

Resolve on. Psa. 69:30. Psa. 118:28. 

Unite iu. Psa. 34 : 3. Rom. 15: 6. 

Persevere iu. Psa. 86: 12. 
All the blessings of God are designed 

to lead to. Isa. 60:21. Isa. 61:3. 
The holy example of saints may lead 

others to. Mat. 5: 16. 1 Pet. 2:12. 
All, by nature, fail in. Rom. 3: 23. 
The wicked averse to. Dan. 5: 23. 

Rom. 1 : 21. 
Punishment for not. Dan. 5:23, 30. 

Mai. 2 : 2. Acts 12 : 23. Rom. 1 : 21. 
Heavenly hosts engaged in. Rev. 

4:11. 
Exemplified. 7)ai-if7, Psa. 57: 5. The 

Multitude, Mat. 9: 8. Mat. 15: 31. 

The Virgin Mary, Luke 1: 46. An- 
gels, Luke 2 : 14. Shepherds, Luke 2 : 

20. Man sick of the Palsy, Luke 5 : 

25. Woman icith infirmity, Luke 13: 

13. iciJt'c, Luke 17 : 15. Blind man, 

Luke 18: 43. Centurion, Luke 23: 

47. The Church at Jerusalem, Acts 

11: 18. Gentiles at Antioch, Acts 13: 



48. Abraham, Rom. 4: 20. Paul, 
Rom. 11 : 36. 

Glory. 

God is, to His people. Psa. 3: 3. Zee 

2:5. 
Clirist is, to His people. Isa. 60: 1 

Luke 2 : 32, 
The gospel ordained to be, to saints. 

1 Cor. 2 : 7. 
Of the gospel, exceeds that of the 

law. 2 Cor. 3 : 9, 10. 
The joy of saints is full of. 1 Pet. 1 : 8 
Spiritual, 
Is given by God. Psa. 84: 11. 
Is given by Christ. Jno. 17 : 22. 
Is the work of the Holy Ghost. 2. 
Cor. 3 : 18. 
Eternal, 
Procured by the death of Chi'ist. 

Heb. 2:10. 
Accompanies salvation by Christ. 

2 Tim. 2: 10. _ 
Inherited by saints. 1 Sam. 2: 8. 
Psa. 73 : 24. Pro. 3 : 35. Col. 3 : 4. 
IPet. 5: 10. 
Saints called to. 2 The. 2: 14. 1 

Pet. 5 : 10. 
Saints afore prepared unto. Rom. 

9 : 23. 
Enhanced by present afflictions. 2 

Cor. 4 : 17. 
Present afflictions not worthy to be 
compared with. Rom. 8:18. 
Of the Church shall be rich and 

abundant. Isa. 60: 11— 13. 
The bodies of saints shall be raised 

in. ICor. 15:4.3. Phi. 3: 21. 
Saints shall be, of their ministers. 1 

The. 2 : 19, 20. , 

Temporal, 
Is given by God. Dan. 2: 37. 
Passeth away. 1 Pet. 1 : 24. 
The devil tries to seduce by. Mat. 
4:8. 
Of hypocrites turned to shame. Hos. 

4:7. 
Seek not, from man. Mat. 6: 2. 1 The. 

2:6. 
Of the wicked 
Is in their shame. Phi. 3:19. 
Ends iu destruction. Isa. 5 : 14. 

Glory of God, The. 
Exhibited in Christ. Jno 1 : 14. 2 

Cor. 4 : 6. Heb. 1 : 3. 
Exhibited in 
His name. Deu. 28:58. Neh. 9: 5. 
His majesty. Job 37: 22. Psa. 93: 1. 
Psa. 104*: 1. Psa. 145 : 5. 12. Isa. 
2:10. 
His power. Exo. 13: 1, 6. Rom. 6: 4. 
His works. Psa. 19: 1. Psa. Ill : 3. 
His holiness. Exo. 15:11. 
Described as 
Great. Psa. 138: 5. 
Eternal. Psa. 104:31. 



GLO, 



104 



GOD, 



Rich. Eph.3:16. 

Highly exalted. Psa. 8: 1. Psa. 
113:4. 
Exhibited to 

Moses. Exo. 34 : 5—7, with Exo. 33 : 
18—23. 

Stephen. Acts 7: 55. 

His Church. Deu. 5 : 24. Psa. 102 : 16. 
Enlightens the Church. Isa. 60: 1, 

2. Rev. 21 : 11, 23. 
Saints desire to behold. Psa. 63: 2. 

Psa. 90 : 16. 
God is jealous of. Isa. 42 : 8. 
Reverence. Isa. 59:19. 
Plead in jjrayer. Psa. 79: 9. 
Declare. 1 Chr. 16: 24. Psa. 145: 5, 11. 
Magnify. Psa. 57:5. 
The earth is full of. Isa. 6 : 3. 
The knowledge of, shall fill the earth. 

Hab. 2:14. 

Gluttony. 

Christ was falsely accused of. Mat. 

11 : 19. 
The wicked addicted to. Phi. 3:19. 

Jude 12. 
Leads to 

Carnal security. Isa. 22: 13, with 1 
Cor. 15 : 32. Luke 12 : 19. 

Poverty. Pro. 23:21. 
Of princes, ruinous to their people. 

Ecc. 10:16, 17. 
Is inconsistent in saints 1 Pet. 4: 3. 
Caution against. Pro. 23:2, 3. Luke 

21:34. Rom. 13:13, 14. 
Pray against temptations to. Psa. 

141 : 4. 
Punishment of. Num. 11 : 33, 34, with 

Psa. 78:31. Deu. 21:21. Amos 6: 

4, 7. 
Danger of, illustrated. Luke 12: 45, 

46. 
Exemplified. Esau, Gen. 25: 30—34, 

with Heb. 12 : 16, 17 Israel, Num. 

11: 4, with Psa. 78: 18. Sons of FM, 

1 Sam. 2: 12 — 17. Belshazzar, Dan. 

5:1. 

Goat, The. 

Clean and fit for food. Deu. 14: 4, 5. 
Offered in sacrifice. Gen. 15: 9. Lev. 

16 : 5, 7. 
The male, best for sacrifice. Lev. 22: 

19. Psa. 50:9. 
First-born of, not redeemed. Num. 

18:17. 
Jews had large flocks of. Gen. 32: 

14. 1 Sam. 23:2. 
Most profitable to the owner. Pro. 

27 : 26. 
Milk of, used as food. Pro. 27 : 27. 
The young of. 

Called kids. Gen. 37:. 31. 

Kept in small flocks. 1 Kin. 20: 27. 

Fed near the shepherds' tents. So. 
of Sol. 1:8. 



Not to be seethed in milk of moth- 
er. Exo. 23 : 19. 
Offered iu sacrifice. Lev. 4: 23. 

Lev. 5 : 6. 
Offered at the passover. |Exo. 12: 5. 

2 Chr. 35 : 7. , 
Considered a delicacy. Gen. 27 : 9. 

Jud. 6 : 19. 
Given as a present. Gen. 38: 17. 
Jud. 15:1. 
The haibof. 
Offered for tabernacle. Exo. 25:4. 

Exo. 35 : 23. 
Made into curtains, for covering 
the tabernacle. Exo. 35 : 26. Exo. 
36 : 14-18. 
Made into pillows. 1 Sam. 19: 13. 
Skin of, often used as clothing. Heb; 

11:»7. 
Bashan celebrated for. Deu. 32:14. 
The Arabians traded in. Eze. 27 : 21. 
Flocks of, always led by a male. Jer. 

50:8. 
When wild dwelt in the hills and 
rocks. ISam. 24: 2, Job 39:1. 
Psa. 104:18. 
Illustrative 
Of Macedonian empire. Dan. 8: 

5, 21. 
Of the wicked. Zee. 10: 3. Mat. 

25 : 32, 33. 
(Flock of,) of the church. So. of 
Sol. 4:1. 

God. 

Is a spirit. Jno. 4 : 24. 2 Cor. 3 : 17. 

Is DECLARED TO BE 

Light. Isa. 60:19. Jas. 1 : 17. 1 

Jno. 1 : 5. 
Love. 1 Jno. 4 : 8, 16. 
Invisible. Job 23 : 8, 9. Jno. 1 : 18. 

Jno. 5 : 37. Col. 1 : 15. 1 Tim. 1 : 17, 
Unsearchable. Job 11 : 7. Job 37 : 23. 

Psa. 145 : 3. Isa. 40: 28. Rom. 11 : 33. 
Incorruptible. Rom. 1 : 23. 
Eternal. Deu. 33:27. Psa. 90:2. 

Rev. 4 : 8—10. 
Immortal. 1 Tim. 1 : 17. 1 Tim. 6: 16. 
Omnipotent. Gen. 17: 1. Exo. 6: 3. 
Omniscient. Psa. 139: 1—6. Pro 

5:21. 
Omnipresent. Psa. 139: 7. Jer. 

23 : 23. 
Immutable. Psa. 102: 26, 27. Jas. 

1:17. 
Only-wise. Rom. 16: 27. 1 Tim. 

1:17. 
Glorious. Exo. 15:11. Psa. 145:5. 
Most High. Psa. 83 : 18. Acts 7 : 48. 
Perfect. Mat. 5 : 48. 
Holy. Psa. 99:9. Isa. 5:16. 
Just. Deu. 32 : 4. Isa. 45 : 21. 
True. Jer. 10:10. Jno. 17:3. 
Upright. Psa. 25:8. Psa. 92:15. 
Righteous. Ezr. 9: 15. Psa. 145: 17. 
Good. Psa. 25:8. Psa. 119:68. 
Great. 2 Chr. 2:5. Psa. 86:10. 



GOD. 



105 



GOO. 



Gracious. Exo. 34:6. Psa. 116:5. 

Faithful. 1 Cor. 10: 13. 1 Pet. 4 : 19. 

Merciful. Exo. 34:6, 7. Psa. 86:. 5. 

Loug-sufferiug. Num. 14:18. JVIic. 
7:1. 

Jealous. Jos. 24 : 19. Xah. 1 : 2. 

Compassiouate. 2 Kin. 13:23. 

A consuming fire. Heb. 12:29. 
None beside Him. Deu. 4: 35. Isa. 

44:6. 
None before Him. Isa. 43:10. 
None like to Him. Exo. 9:14. Deu. 

33 : 26. 2 Sam. 7 : 22. Isa. 46 : 5, 9. 

Jer. 10:6. 
None good but He. Mat. 19 : 17. 
Fills heaven and earth. 1 Kiu. 8: 27. 

-Jer. 23:24. 
Should be worshipped in spirit and 

in truth. Jno. 4: 24. 

Gold. 

Found in the earth. Job 28: 1, 6. 
Abounded in 

Havilah. Gen. 2:11. 

Ophir. 1 Kin. 9:28. Psa. 45:9. 

Sheba. Psa. 72: 1.5. Isa. 60:6. 

Parvaim. 2Chr. 3:6. 
Belongs to God. Joel 3 : 5. Hag. 2 : 8. 
Described as 

Yellow. Psa. 68:13. 

Malleable. Exo. 39: 3. 1 Kin. 10: 
16, 17. 

Fusible. Exo. .32: 3, 4. Pro. 17:3. 

Precious. Ezr. 8: 27. Isa. 13: 12. 

Valuable. Job 28: 15,16. 
Most valuable when pure and fine. 

Job 28: 19. Psa. 19: 10. Psa. 21 : 3. 

Pro. 3: 14. 
Refined and tried by fire. Zee. 13: 9. 

1 Pet. 1:7. 
Working in, a trade. Neh. 3:8. Isa. 

40:19. 
An article of commerce._ Eze. 27: 22. 
The patriarchs were rich in. Gen. 

13:2. 
Imported by Solomon. 1 Kin. 9: 11, 

28. 1 Kiu. 10: 11. 
Abundance of, in Solomon's reign. 2 

Chr. 1: 15. 
Offerings of, for tabernacle. Exo, 

35: 22. 
Offering of, for temple. 1 Chr. 22: 

14. 1 Chr. 29: 4, 7. 
Used as money. Mat. 10: 9. Acts 3: 6. 
Priestly and royal garments adorned 

with. Exo. 28: 4-6. Psa. 45: 9, 13. 
Was used foe 

Overlaying the tabernacle. Exo 
36 : 34. .38. 

Overlaying the temple. 1 Kin. 6: 
21, 22. 

Overlaying cherubims in temple. 
2 Chr. 3: 10. 

Overlaying the ark, &c. Exo. 25: 
11-13. 

Overlaying floor of temple. 1 Kin. 
6:30. 



Overlaying throne of Solomon. 1 
Kin. 10: 18. 

Mercy seat and cherubims. Exo. 
25: 17, 18. 

Sacred candlesticks. Exo. 25: 31. 
2 Chr. 4 : 7, 20. 

Sacred utensils. Exo. 25 : 29, 38. 2 
Chr. 4: 19-22. 

Crowns. 2 Sam. 12 : 30. Psa. 21 : 3. 

Sceptres. Est. 4: 11. 

Chains. Gen. 41:42. Dan. 5:29. 

Rings. So. of Sol. 5: 14. Jas. 2: 2. 

Earrings. Jud. 8:24, 26. 

Ornaments. Jer. 4 : 30. 

Shields. 2 Sam. 8: 7. 1 Kin. 10: 
16, 17. 

Vessels. 1 Kin. 10: 21. Est. 1 : 7. 

Idols. Exo. 20: 23. Psa. 115:4. Dan. 
5: 4. 

Couches. Est. 1 : 6. 

Footstools. 2 Chr. 9: 18. 
Estimated by weight. 1 Chr. 28:14. 
Given as presents. 1 Kin. 15: 19. Mat. 

2:11. 
Exacted as tribute. 1 Kin. 20: 3, 5. 

2 Kin. 23: 33, 35. 
Taken in war, dedicated to God. Jos. 

6:19. 2 Sam. 8:11. 1 Kin. 15: 15. 
Kings of Israel not to multiply. Deu. 

17: 17. 
Jews condemned for multiplying. 

Isa. 2: 7. 
Vanity of heaping up. Ecc. 2: 8, 11. 
Liable to 

Grow dim. Lam. 4:1. 

Canker and rust. Jas. 5 : 3. 
Illustrative of 

Saints after affliction. Job 23: 10. 

Tried faith. 1 Pet. 1:7. 

The doctrines of grace. Rev. 3: 18. 

True converts. ICor. 3: 12. 

Babylonish empire. Dan. 2:38. 

Goodness of God, The. 

Is part of His character. Psa. 25:8. 

Nah. 1:7. Mat. 19:17. 
Declared to be 
Great. Neh. 9 : 35. Zee. 9 : 17. 
Rich. Psa. 104 : 24. Rom. 2 : 4. 
Abundant. Exo. 34:6. Psa. 33: 5. 
Satisfying. Psa. 65: 4. Jer. 31 : 12, 14. 
Enduring. Psa. 23 : 6. Psa. .52 : 1. 
Universal. Psa. 145:9. Mat. 5:45. 
Manifested 
To His Church. Psa. 31: 19. Lam. 

3:25. 
In doing good. Psa. 119: 68. Psa. 

145 : 9. 
In supplying temporal wants. Acts 

14:17. 
In providing for the poor. Psa. 68: 

10. 
In forgiving sins. 2 Chr. 30: 18, 
Psa. 86 : 5. 
Leads to repentance. Rom. 2 : 4. 
Recognize, in His dealings. Ezr. 8: 
18. Neh. 2:18. 



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Pray for the manifestation of. 2 The. 

1:11. 
Despise not. Rom. 2 : i. 
Reverence. Jer. 33:9. Hos. 3:5. 
Magnify. Psa. 107 : 8. Jer. 33 : 11. 
Urge others to confide iu. Psa. 34 : 8. 
The wiclced disregard. Neh. 9 : 35. 

Gospel, The. 

Is good tidings pf great joy for all 

people. Luke 2 : 10, 11, 31, 32. 
Foretold. Isa. 41 : 27. Isa. 52: 7. Isa. 

61 : 1—3. Mark 1 : 15. 
Preached under the old testament. 

Heb. 4:2. 
Exhibits the grace of God. Acts 14: 

3. Acts 20: 32. 
The knowledge of the glory of God is 

by. 2 Cor. 4 : 4, 6. 
Life and immortality are brought to 

light by Jesus through. 2Tim. 1 : 10. 
Is the power of God unto salvation. 

Rom. 1:16. 1 Cor. 1 : 18. 1 The. 1 : 5. 
Is glorious. 2 Cor. 4 : 4. 
Is everlasting. 1 Pet. 1 : 25. Rev. 14 : 6. 
Preached by Christ. Mat. 4: 23. 

Mar. 1:14. 
Ministers liave a dispensation to 

preach. 1 Cor. 9: 17. 
Preached beforehand to Abraham. 

Gen. 22: 18, with Gal. 3:8. 
Preached to 

The Jews first. Luke 24 : 47. Acts 
13 : 46. 

The Gentiles. Mar. 13:10. Gal. 2: 
2,9. 

The poor. Mat. 11 : 5. Luke 4 : 18. 

Every creature. Mar. 16: 15. Col. 
1:23. 
Must be believed. Mar. 1 : 15. Heb. 

4:2. 
Brings peace. Luke 2: 10, 14. Eph. 

6:15. 
Produces hope. Col. 1 : 23. 
Saints have fellowship in. Phi. 1 : 5. 
There is fulness of blessing in. Rom. 

15 : 29. 
Those who receive, should 

Adhere to the truth of. Gal. 1 : 6, 
7. Gal. 2:14. H Tim. 1:13. 

Not be ashamed of. Rom. 1: 16. 
2 Tim. 1:8. 

Live in subjection to. 2 Cor. 9 : 13. 

Have their conversation becoming. 
Phi. 1:27. 

Earnestly contend for the faith of. 
Phi. 1:17, 27. Jude 3. 

Sacrifice friends and property for. 
Mat. 10: 37. 

Sacrifice life itself for. Mar. 8:35. 
Profession of, attended by afHictions. 

2 Tim. 3: 12. 
i'romises to sufferers for. Mar. 8; 35. 

Mar. 10:30. 
Be careful not to hinder. 1 Cor. 9: 12. 
Is hid to them that are lost. 2 Cor. 4 : 
3. 



Testifies to the final judgment. Rom. 

2:16. 
Let him who preaches another, bo 

accursed. Gal. 1 : 8. 
Awful consequences of not obeying. 

2 The. 1 : 8, 9. 

Is CALLED, THE 

Dispensation of the grace of God. 

Eph. 3:2. 
Gospel of peace. Eph. 6: 15. 
Gospel of God. Rom. 1:1.1 The. 2 : 

8. 1 Pet. 4: 17. 
Gospel of Christ. Rom. 1 : 9, 16. 2 

Cor. 2:12. 1 The. 3:2. 
Gospel of the grace of God. Acts 

20 : 24. 
Gospel of the kingdom. Mat. 24: 14. 
Gospel of salvation. Eph. 1 : 13. 
Glorious gospel of Christ.l 2 Cor. 4 : 

4. 4 

Preaching of Jesus Christ. Rom. ^ 

16:25. ' 

Mystery of the gospel. Eph. 6: 19. 
Word of God. 1 The. 2:13. 
Word of Christ. Col. 3: 16. 
Word of grace. Acts 14: 3. Acts 20: 

32. 
Word of salvation. Acts 13 : 26. 
Word of reconciliation. 2 Cor. 5: 19. 
Word of truth. Eph. 1 : 13. Jas. 1 : 

18. 
Word of faith. Rom. 10: 8. 
Word of life. Phi. 2: 16. 
Ministration of the Spirit. 2. Cor, 

3:8. 
Doctrine according to godliness. 1 

Tim. 6:3. 
Form of sound words. 2 Tim. 1:13. 
Rejection of, by many, foretold. Isa. 

53:1, with Rom. 10: 15, 16. 
Rejection of, by the Jews, a means of 
blessing to the Gentiles. Rom. 11 : 
28. 

Grace. 

God is the God of all. 1 Pet. 5 : 10. 
God is the Giver of. Psa. 84 : 11. Jas. 

1:17. 
God's throne, the throne of. Heb. 4 : 

16. 
The Holy Ghost is the Spirit of. Zee 

12:10. Heb. 10:29. 
Was upon Christ. Luke 2: 10. Jno. 3: 

34. 
Christ spake with. Psa. 45:2, with 

Luke 4:22. 
Christ was full of. Jno. 1 : 14. 
Came by Christ. Jno. 1: 17. Rom, 5: 15, 
Given by Christ. 1 Cor. 1 : 4. 
Foretold by the prophets. 1 Pet. 1 :10. 
Riches of, exhibited in God's kind- 
ness through Christ. Eph. 2: 7. 
Glory of, exhibited in our acceptance 

in Christ. Eph. 1 : 6. 

Is DESCRIBED AS 

Great. Acts 4 : 33. 
Sovereign. Rom. 5; 21, 



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Rich. Epli. 1:7. Eph. 2:7. 
Exceeding. 2 Cor. 9:14, 
Manifold. 1 Pot. 4 : 10. 
AU-.suHicictit. 2 Cor. 12:9. 
All-abundant. Rom. 5: 15, 17, 20. 
Glorious. Eph. 1:6. 
The gospel, a declaration of. Acts 
20:24,32. 

Is THE SOURCE OF 

Election. Rom. 11 : 5. 

The call of God. Gal. l:ir). 

Justification. Rom. 3:24. Tit. 3:7. 

Faith. Acts 18: 27. 

Forgiveness of sins. Epli. 1 : 7. 

Salvation. Acts 1.5: 11. Eph. 2:5, 8. 

Consolation. 2 The. 2:16. 

Hope. 2 The. 2:16. 
Necessary to the service of God. 

Heb. 12:28. 
God's work completed in saints by. 

2 The. 1 : 11, 12. 
The success and completion of the 

work of God to be attributed to. 

Zee. 4:7. 
Inheritance of the promises by. Rom. 

4:16. 
Justification by, opposed to that by 

works. Rom. 4:4, 5, Rom. 11:6. 

Gal. 5:4. 
Saints 

Are heirs of. 1 Pet. 3:7. 

Are under. Rom. 6: 14. 

Receive, from Christ. Jno. 1: 16. 

Are what they are by. 1 Cor. 15: 10. 
2 Cor. 1 : 12. 

Abound in gifts of. Acts 4:33. 2 
Cor. 8: 1. 2 Cor. 9:8, 14. 

Should bo established in. Heb. 13 : 9. 

Should bo strong in. 2 Tim. 2: 1. 

Should grow in. 2 Pet. 3: 18. 

Should speak with. Eph. 4: 29. Col. 
4:6. 
Specially given 

To ministers. Rom. 12: 3, 6. Rom. 
15 : 15. 1 Cor. 3 : 10. Gal. 2 : 9. Eph. 
3:7. 

To the humble. Pro. 3:34, with 
Jas. 4 : 6. 

To those who walk uprightly. Psa. 
84:11. 
Not to be received in vain. 2 Cor. 6: 1. 
Pray for. 

For yourselves. Heb. 4: 16. 

For others. 2 Cor. 13: 14. Eph. 6: 24. 
Beware lest you fail of. Heb. 12 : 15. 
Manifestation of, in others, a cause 

of gladness. Acts 11 : 2.3. 3 Jno. 3 : 4. 
Special manifestation of, at the sec- 
ond coming of Christ. 1 Pet. 1:13. 
Not to be abused. Rom. 3: 8. Rom. 

6:1, 15. 
Antinomians abused. Jude 4. 

Grass. 

A green herb. Mar. 6: 39. 
Called 
Grass of the earth, Jlev. 9: 4, 



Grass of the field. Num. 22: 4. 
Springs out of the earth. 2 Sam. 23 : 4. 
God 

Originally created. Gen. 1 : 11, 12, 

The giver of. Deu. 11 : 15. 

Causes to grow. Psa. 104:14, Psa. 
147:8. 

Adorns and clothes. Mat. 6: .30. 
Often grew on the tops of houses, 

Psa. 129:6. 
When young, soft and tender. Pro, 

27 : 25, 
Refreshed by rain and dew, Deu. 32: 

2. Pro. 19 : 12. 
Cattle fed upon. Job 6: 5. Jer. 50: 11. 
Ovens often heated with. Mat. 6: .30. 
Destroyed by 

Locusts. Rev. 9 : 4. 

Hail and lightning. Rev. 8:7, 

Drought, 1 Kin. 17:1, with 1 Kiu. 
18:5. 
Failure of, a great calamity. Isa. 15 : 

Sufferings of cattle from failure of, 
described. Jer, 14:5, 6. 

iLLnSTRATIVE 

Of shortness and uncertainty of 
life, Psa. 90:5, 6. Psa. 103:15, 
Isa. 40:6, 7. 1 Pet. 1 : 24. 

Of prosperity of the wicked, Psa. 
92: 7, 

(Refreshed by dew and sliowers,) 
of saints refreshed by grace. Psa. 
72: 6, Mic. 5: 7. 

(On tops of houses,) of the wicked, 
2 Kin, 19:26, Isa, 37: 27, 

Groves. 

Antiquity of. Gen. 21 : 33. 

Often on tops of hills. 1 Kin, 14 : 23. 

Hos. 4: 13. 
Often used as resting places. 1 Sam. 

22:6. {marg.) 
Idols were worshipped in, Deu, 

12 : 2. 
Not to be planted near God's altar, 

Deu. 16: 21, 
Of Canaan ites, to be destroyed. Exo. 

34:13, Deu. 7:5. Deu. 12:3. 
For IDOL WORSHIP planted 

ByAhab. 1 Kiu. 16:33. 

By Manasseh. 2 Kin. 21 : 3. 

By Israelites. 2 Kin. 17: 16. 
Fondness of Israel for._ Jer. 17: 2. 
Punishment for making and serv- 
ing, 1 Kin, 14: 15, Isa. 1:28, 29, 

Mic. 5: 14, 
Destroyed by 

Gideon. Jud.6:25— 28. 

Hezekiah. 2 Kin. 18:4. 

Asa, 2Chr. 14:3. 

Jehoshaphat. 2 Chr. 17 : 6. 

Josiah. 2 Kin. 23: 14. 2 Chr. 34: 
3.7. 
God promised to wean Israel frotn. 

Isa, 17:7, 8. 



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Hair, The. 

The natural covering of the head. 

Psa. 68:21. 
Innumerable. Psa. 40: 12. Psa. 69: 4. 
Growth of. Jud. 16:22. 
God 
Numbers. Mat. 10:30. 
Takes care of. Dan. 3: 27. Luke 
21 : 18. 
Black, particularly esteemed. So. 

of Sol. .i: 11. 
White or gray, 
A token of age. 1 Sam. 12 : 2. Psa. 

71:18. 
A token of weakness and decay. 

Hos. 7 : 9. 
An emblem of wisdom. Dan. 7:9, 

with Job 12: 12. 
With righteousness, a crown of 

glory. Pro. 16:31. 
To be reverenced. Lev. 19 : 32. 
Man cannot even change the color 

of. Mat. 5:36. 
Of women 
Worn long for a covering. 1 Cor. 

11:15. 
Plaited and broidered. 1 Tim. 2: 

9. 1 Pet. 3:3. 
Well set and ornamented. Isa. 3: 

24. 
Neglected in grief. Luke 7: 38. 
Jno. 12 : 3. 
Sometimes worn long by men. 2 

Sam. 14:26. 
Men condemned for wearing long. 

1 Cor. 11 : 14. 
Often expensively anointed. Ecc. 

9:8. 
Of Nazarites 
Not to be cut or shorn during their 
vow. Num. 6: 5. Jud. 16: 17, 
19, 20. 
Shorn after completion of vow. 
Num. 6:18. 
Of the healed leper to be shorn. Lev. 

14:9. 
Color of, changed by leprosy. Lev. 

13:3,10. 
Cut off in affliction. Jer 7 : 29. 
Plucked out in extreme grief. Ezr. 

9:. 3. 
Plucking out of, a reproach. Neh. 

13:2.-). Isa. 50:6. 
Judgments expressed by 
Sending baldness for. Isa. 3: 24. 

Jer. 47 : 5. 
Shaving. Isa. 7 : 20. 

Hands, The. 

Necessary members of the body. 1 

Cor. 12:21. 
Parts of. mentioned; 

The palm. Isa. 49: 16. Mat. 26: 67. 

The thumb. Exo. 29:20. Lev. 14- 
14, 17. 



The fingers. 2 Sam, 21: 20. Dan. 
5:5. 
God strengthens. Gen. 49:24. 
God makes impotent. Job 5 : 12. 
Operations of, mentioned; 
Feeling. Psa. 115: 7. 1 Jno. 1: 1. 
Taking. Gen. 3 : 22. Exo. 4 : 4. 
Holding. Jud. 7:20. Rev. 10:2. 
Working. Pro. 31:19. 1 The. 4: 

11. 
Writing. Isa. 44:5. Gal. 6:11. 
Making signs, Isa. 13:2. Acts 12: 

17. 
Striking. Mar. 14: 65. Jno. 19:3. 
Distinguished as 
The right. Acts 3: 7. 
The left. Gen. 14: 15. Acts 21:3. 
Many alike expert with both. 1 Chr. 

12" 2 
Many had more command of the 
left. Jud. 3:15, 21. (marg.) Jud. 
20 : 16. 
The right hand. 
Place of honor. 1 Kin. 2:19. Psa. 

45:9. 
Place of power. Psa. 110:1. Mar. 

14:62. 
Signetworn on. Jer. 22 : 24. 
Given in token of friendship. Gal. 

2:9. 
Used in embracing. 2 Sam. 20:9. 
So. of Sol. 2: 6. So. of Sol. 8:3. 
Sworn by. Isa. 62:8. 
The accuser stood at, of the ac- 
cused. Psa. 109:6. Zee. 3:1. 
Of priests touched with blood of 
consecration-ram. Exo. 29: 20. 
Lev. 8: 23, 24. 
Of healed leper touched with blood 
of his sacrifice. Lev. 14:14, 17, 25. 
Of healed leper touched with oil- 
Lev. 14:28. 
The Jews carried a staff in, when 
walking. Exo. 12 : 11. 2 Kin. 4 : 29. 
The Jews eat with. Mat. 26 : 23. 
Were washed 
Before eating. Mat. 15:2. Mar. 7:3. 
After touching an unclean person. 

Lev. 15:11. 
In token of innocency. Deu. 21 : 6. 
7. Mat. 27:24. 
Custom of domestics pouring water 
_ upon, alluded to. 2 Kin. 3 : 11. 
Servants directed by movements of. 

Psa. 123: 2. 
Kissed in idolatrous worship. Job. 

31 : 27. 
Treaties made by joining. 2 Kin. 10: 

15. Pro. 11:21. 
Suretiship entered into by striking. 
Job 17: 3. Pro. 6: 1. Pro. 17: 18. 
Pro. 22:26. 
Were lifted vp 
In prayer. Psa. 141 : 2. Lam. 3 : 41. 
In praise. Psa. 134:2. 
In taking an oath. Gen. 14: 22. 
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lu blessiii;,'. Lev. 9:22. 
Often spread out iu prayer. Psa. 68: 

31. Isa. 1 : 1,5. 
Placed uuder the thigh of a person 
to whom an oath was made. Gen. 
24 : 2, 3. Gen. 47 : 29, 31. 
Clapped together in joy. 2 Kin. 11 : 

12. Psa. 47:1. 
Smitten together in extreme auger. 

Num.24: 10. Eze. 21 : 14,17. 
Stretched out in derision. Hos. 7 : ,5. 

Zep. 2 : 15. 
Imposition' of, used in 
Transferring guilt of sacrifices. 
Lev. 1 : 4. Lev. 3 : 2. Lev. 16 : 21, 
22. 
Setting apart the Levites. Num. 

8:10. 
Conferring civil power. Xum. 27: 

18. Deu. 34 : 9. 
Blessing. Gen. 48:14. Mar. 10: 16. 
Ordaining ministers. Acts 6: 6. 1 

Tim. 4: 14. 
Imparting the gifts of the Holy 
Ghost. Acts 8: 17. Acts 19:6. 
Imposition of, a first principle of the 

doctrine of Christ. Heb. 6:1,2. 
Should be employed 

Industriously. Eph. 4: 28. 1 The. 

4:11. 
In God's service. Neh. 2:18. Zee, 

8:9,13. 
In acts of benevolence. Pro. 3: 27. 
Pro. 31 : 20. 

O' THE WICKED, DESCKIBED AS 

Bloody. Isa. 1 : 1.5. Isa. 59: 3. 
Violent. Psa. .58:2. Isa. 59:6. 
Mischievous. Psa. 26:10. Mic. 7:3. 
Slothful. Pro. 6 : 10. Pro. 21 : 25. 
Ensnaring to themselves. Psa. 9 : 16. 
Tie wicked recompensed for the 
work of. Psa. 28: 4. Pro. 12: 14. 
Isa. 3: 11. 
Saints blessed in the work of. Deu. 
2:7. Deu. 30:9. Job 1 : 10. Psa. 
90:17. 
Criminals often 
Bound by. Mat. 22:13. 
Deprived of. Deu. 25:12. 2 Sam. 

4:12. 
Mutilated in. Jud. 1 : 6, 7. 
Hung by. Lam. 5 : 12. 
Illustrative 
Of power. 1 Kin. 18: 46. 2 Kin. 

13 : 5. 
(Lifted up against another,) of re- 
bellion. 2 Sam. 20:21. 
(Opened,) of liberality. Deu. 15: 8, 

Psa. 104 : 28. 
(Shut.) of illiberality. Deu. 15: 7 
Right hand, Illustrative 
Of strength and power. Exo. 15 : 6 

Psa. 17: 7. 
(Holding by,) of support. Psa. 73, 

23. Isa. 41:13. 
(Standing at,) of protection. Psa 

16:8. Psa. 109:31. Psa. 110: 5. 



(Full of bribes,) of corruptiou. 
Psa. 26: 10. 

(Full of falsehood,) of deceitful- 
ness. Psa. 144:8, 11, see Isa. 44: 
20. 

(Withdrawn,) of support withheld. 

Psa. 74 : 11. 
(Cutting off,) of extreme self-deni- 
al. Mat. 5:30. 

Happiness of Saints in this Life. 

Is in God. Psa. 73: 25, 26. 

Only found in the ways of wisdom. 
Pro. 3 : 17, 18. 

Described by Christ in the beati- 
tudes. Mat. 5 : 3—12. 

Is DERIVED FROM 

Fear of God. Psa. 128: 1, 2. Pro. 

28:14. 
Trust in God. Pro. 16:20. Phi. 4: 

6,7. 
The words of Christ. Jno. 17: 13. 
Obedience to God. Psa. 40: 8. Jno. 

13 : 17. 
Salvation. Deu. 33: 29. Isa. 12: 2, 3. 
Hope in the Lord. Psa. 146 : 5. 
Hope of glory. Rom. 5 : 2. 
God being their Lord. Psa. 144: 15. 
God being their help. Psa. 146:5. 
Praising God. Psa. 135 : 3. 
Their mutual love. Psa. 133:1. 
Divine chastening. Job 5: 17. Jas. 

5:11. 
Suffering for Christ. 2 Cor. 12 : 10. 

1 Pet. 3:14. 1 Pet. 4:13, 14. 
Having mercy on the poor. Pro. 

14:21. 
Finding wisdom. Pro. 3 : 13. 
Is abundant and satisfying. Psa. 36: 
8. Psa. 63: 5. 

Happiness of the Wicked, The. 

Is limited to this life. Psa. 17: 14. 

Luke 16:25. 
Is short. Job 20: 5. 
Is uncertain. Luke 12: 20. Jas. 4: 

13, 14. 
Is vain. Ecc. 2:1. Ecc.7:6. 

Is DERIVED FROM 

Their wealth. Job 21 : 13. Psa. 52: 7. 

Their power. Job 21 : 7. Psa. 37:35. 

Their worldy prosperity. Psa. 17: 
14. Psa. 73:3, 4, 7. 

Popular applause. Acts 12: 22. 

Gluttony. Isa. 22 : 13. Hab. 1 : 16. 

Drunkenness. Isa. 5: 11. Isa. 50: 12. 

Vain pleasure. Job 21 : 12. Isa. 5: 12. 

Successful oppression. Hab. 1 : 15. 
Jas. 5 : 6. 
Marred by jealousy. Est. 5:13. 
Often interrupted by judgments. 

Num. 11:3.3. Jobl5:2L Psa. 73: 

18—20. Jer. 25: 10, 11. 
Leads to sorrow. Pro. 14 : 1^. 
Leads to recklessness. Isa. 32 : ISw 



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Sometimes a stumbling-block to 

saints. Psa. 73: 3, 16. Jer. 12: 1. 

Hab. 1:13. 
Saints often permitted to see the 

end of. Psa. 73: 17— 20. 
Envy not. Psa. 37:1. 
Woe against. Amos 6: 1. Luke 6: 25. 
Illustrated. Psa. 37 : 35, 36. Luke 

12 : 16—20. Luke 16 : 19-25. 
Exemplified. Israel, Num. 11: 33. Ha- 

man. Est. 5: 9—11. Belfhazzar, Dan. 

5: 1. Herod, Acts 12: 21—2.3. 

Hart, The. 

Clean and used as food. Deu. 12 : 15. 

Deu. 14:5. 
Often bunted. Lam. 1 : 6. 
Female of, 
Called the hind. So. of Sol. 2 : 7. 
Delights in freedom. Gen. 49:21. 
Kind and affectionate. Pro. 5 : 19. 
Brings forth at appointed time. 

Job 39: 1,2. 
Brings forth with difficulty. Job 

39:3. 
Brings forth at the voice of God. 

Psa. 29:9. 
Forsakes her young in famine. 

Jer. 14: 5. 
Young of, abundantly provided for. 

Job 39: 4. 
Illustrative 
Of Christ. So. of Sol. 2 : 9, 17. So. 

of Sol. 8:14. 
Of converted sinnerst Isa. 35:6. 
(Sure-footednessof.) of experienced 

saints. Psa. 18:33. Hab. 3:19. 
(Panting for water.) of afHicted 

saints longing for God. Psa. 42 : 

1,2. 
(Without pasture,) of the per- 
secuted. Lam. 1:6. 

Harvest, The. 

Ingathering of fruits of the fields. 

Mar. 4: 29. 
To continue without intermission. 

Gen. 8: 22. 
Called the 

Appointed weeks of harvest. Jer, 
5: 24. 

Harvest time. 2 Sam. 23: 13. Jer. 
50:16. 
Fields appeared white before. Juo. 

4 : 35. 
Of barley at the passover. Lev. 23: 

6, 10. Euth 1 : 22. 
Of wheat at Pentecost. Exo. .34:22. 

1 Sam. 12: 17. 
M^n and women engaged in. Ruth 

2 : 8, 9. 
Peeson.s engaged in. 

Reapers. Ruth 2: 4. 

Binders. Gen. 37: 7. Psa. 129: 7. 

Called harvest-men. Isa. 17:5. 

Called ]aborer.s. Mat. 9 : 37. 



Fed by the husbandman during. 

Ruth 2: 14. 
Received wages. -Jno. 4 : 36. 
Often defrauded of their wages. 
Jas. 5: 4. 
Former and latter rain necessarv to 
abundance of. Jer. 5: 24. Amos 4: 7. 
Patience required in waiting for. 

Jas. 5: 7. 
Not to be commenced until the first 
fruits had been offered to God. 
Lev. 23: 10, 14. 
A time of great joy. Psa. 126: 6, 

Isa. 9:3. 
Omitted in the sabbatical year. 

Lev. 25 : 5. 
Omitted in year of jubilee. Lev. 25: 

11,12. 
The Sabbath to be observed during. 

Exo. 34:21. 
Legal provision for the poor during. 
Lev. 19: 9, 10. Lev. 23: 22. Deu. 
24:19. 
Failure of. 
Occasioned by drought. Amos 4: 7. 
Occasioned by locusts. Joel 1 : 4. 
Sometimes continued for years. 

Gen. 45 : 6. 
A cause of great grief. Isa. 16: 9. 

Joel 1 : 11. 
A punishment for sin. Isa. 17: 10, 
11. 
Slothfulness during, ruinous. Pro. 

10:5. 
Miraculous thunder, &c. in. 1 Sam. 

12:17,18. 
Illustrative 
Of seasons of grace. Jer. 8 : 20. 
Of the end of the world. Mat. 13: 

30, 39. 
Of a time when many are ready to 
receive the gospel. Mat. 9: o7, 38. 
Jno. 4: 35. 
Of a time of judgment. Jer. 51 : 33. 

Hos. 6: 11. 
Of ripeness for wrath. Joel 3: 13. 

Rev. 14: 15. 
(Dew in.) of God's protection, &c, 

Isa. 18: 4. 
(Cold in,) of a refreshing message, 

Pro. 25 : 13. 
(Rain in,) of honor given to fools. 
Pro. 26: 1. 

Hatred. 
Forbidden. Lev. 19: 17. Col. 3: 8 
Is murder. 1 Jno. 3:15. 
A work of the flesh. Gal. 5: 20. 
Often cloaked by deceit. Pro. 10: 

18. Pro. 26:26. 
Leads to deceit. Pro. 26 : 24, 25. 
Stirs up strife. Pro. 10: 12. 
Embitters life. Pro. 15: 17. 
Inconsistent with 

The knowledge of God. 1 Jno. 2: 
9, 11. 

The love of God. 1 Jno. i : 20. 



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Ill 



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Liars prone to. Pro. 26:28. 
The wicked exhibit, 

Towards God. Rom. 1 : 30. 

Towards saiuts. Psa. 25:19. Pro. 
29 : 10. 

Towards each otlier. Tit. 3: 3. 
Christ experienced. Psa. 'i't: 19, with 

Jno. 7 : 7. Jno. l.j : IS, 24, 2.j. 
Saints should 

Expect. Mat. 10: 22. Juo. 15: 18, 19. 

Not marvel at. 1 Jno. 3 : 13. 

Return good for. Exo. 23:5. Mat. 
5:44. 

Not rejoice in the calamities of 
those who exhibit. Job 31 : 29, 30. 
Psa. 35: 13, 14. 

Give no cause for. Pro. 25:17. 
Punishment of. Psa. 34 : 21. Psa. 44 : 

7. Psa. 89:23. Amos 1:11. 
We should exhibit against 

False ways. Psa. 119: 104, 128. 

Lying. Psa. 110: 1G3. 

Evil. Psa. 97:10. Pro. 8:13. 

Backsliding. Psa. 101 : 3. 

Hatred and opposition to God. Psa. 
139:21,22. 
Exemplified. Cain, Gen. 4: 5, 8. Esaxt, 

Gen. 27 : 41. Jutscjjli's brethrci), Gen. 

37: 4. 3Icn of Gilcacl, Jud. 11: 7. 

SiniM Sam. 18:8, 9. Alwb, 1 Kin. 

22: 8. Hainan, Est. 3: 5, 6. Ene- 

mies of the Jews, Est. 9:1,5. Eze. 35 : 

5,6. Chahlcans, Dan. 3: 12. Ene- 
mies of Daniel, Dan. 6 : 4 — 15. Hero- 

(Has, Mat. 14: 3, 8. Tlic Jews, Ads 

23:12,14. 

Hatred to Christ. 

Is without cause. Psa. 69:4, with 

Jno. 15 : 25. 
Is on account of His testimony 

against the world. Jno. 7:7. 
Involves 

Hatred to His Father. Jno. 15 : 23, 24. 

Hatred to His people. Jno. 15 : IS. 
Punishment of. Psa. 2:2,9. Psa. 

21:8. 
No escape for those whonersevere in. 

1 Cor. 15 : 25. Heb. 10 : 29—31. 
Illustrated. Luke 19 : 12-14, 17. 
Exemplified. Chief Priests, d-c. Mat. 

27 : 1, 2. Luke 22 : 5. Jews, Mat. 27 : 

22, 23. Scribes, dc. Mar. 11: 18. 

Luke 11 : 53, 54. 

Head. 

The uppermost and chief member of 

the body. I^-a. 1 : 6. 2 Kin. 6:31. 
All the other members necessary to. 

1 Cor. 12:21. 
The body supported and supplied by. 

Eph. 4 : 16. 
Put for the whole person. Gen. 49: 

26. Pro. 10 : 6. 
Put for the life. Dan. 1 : 10. 1 Sam. 

28:2. 



Parts of, mentioned; 
The skull. 2 Kin. 9 : 35. Mat. 27 : 33. 
The crown. Gen. 49:26. Isa. 3:17. 
Tlie forehead. 1 Sam. 17:49. Eze. 

9 : 4. 
The temples. Jud. 4:21,22. So of 

Sol. 4:3. 
The face. Gen. 48 : 12. 2 Kin. 9 : 30. 
The hair. Jud. 16:22. Psa. 40:12. 
The scalp. Psa. 68:21. 
Often anointed. Ecc. 9:8. Mat. 6: 

17. 
Bowed down 
In worshipping God. Gen. 24:26. 

Exo. 4:31. 
As a token of respect. Gen. 43: 23. 
In grief 
Covered up. 2 Sam. 15 : 30. Est. 6 : 

12. 
Shorn. Job 1:20. 
Sprinkled with dust. Jos. 7: 6. 

Job 2:12. 
The hands placed on. 2 Sam. 13: 
19. Jor. 2:37. 
Priests forbidden to shave, &c. Lev. 

21 : 5, 10. 
Nazantes forbidden to shave. Num. 

6:5. 
Derision expressed by shaking, &c. 
2 Kin. 19:21. Psa. 22:7. Psa. 109: 
2.5. Mat. 27:39. 
The Jews censured for swearing by. 

Mat. 5 : 36. 
When hoary with age to be respected. 

Lev. 19 : 32. 
Liable to 
Leprosy. Lev. 13 : 42—44. 
Scab. Isa. 3: 17. 
Internal disease. 2Kio. 4:19. Isa. 

1:5. 
Baldness. Lev. 13 : 40, 41. Isa. 15 : 2. 
Of the leper always uncovered. Lev. 

13 : 45. 
Of women generally covered in pub- 
lic. Gen. 24 : 65. 1 Cor. 11 : 5. 
Of criminals often cut off. Mat. 14 : 10. 
Of enemies slain in war, often cut off. 
Jud. 5 : 26. 1 Sam. 17 : 51, 57. 1 Sam. 
31 : 9. 
Illustrative 
Of God. 1 Cor. 11:3. 
Of Christ. 1 Cor. 11 : 3. Eph. 1 22. 

Col. 2 : 19. 
Of rulers. 1 Sam. 15: 17. Dan. 2: 38. 
Of chief men. Isa. 9: 14, 15, 
Of the chief city of a kingdom. Isa. 

7:8. 
(Covered, 1 of defense and protec- 
tion. Psa. 140:7. 
(Covered,) of subjection. 1 Cor. 11: 

5, 10. 
(Made bald,) of heavy judgments. 
Isa. 3:24. Isa. 15:2. Isa. 22:12. 
Mic. 1 : 16. 
(Lifted up,) of joy and confidence. 

Psa. 3: 3. Luke 21 : 28. 
(Lifted up,) of pride. &c. Psa. 83 : 2. 



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(Lifted up,) of exaltation. Gen. 40: 

13. Psa. 27:6. 
(Anointed,) of joy and prosperity. 

Psa. 23:5. Psa. 92: 10. 

Heart, The. 

[isues of life are out of. Pro. 4: 23. 
God. 
Tries. 1 Chr. 29 : 17. Jer. 12 : 3. 
Knows. Psa. 44 : 21. Jer. 20: 12. 
Searclies. 1 Clir. 28 : 9. Jer. 17 : 10. 
Understands the thoughts of. 1 

Chr. 28:9. Psa. 139:2. 
Ponders. Pro. 21 : 2. Pro. 24 : 12. 
Influences. 1 Sam. 10: 26, Ezr. 6: 22. 

Ezr. 7 : 27. Pro. 21 : 1. Jer. 20 : 9. 
Creates a new. Psa. 51: 10. Eze. 

36 : 26. 
Prepares. 1 Chr. 29 : 18. Pro. 16 : 1. 
Opens. Acts 16: 14. 
Enlightens. 2 Cor. 4 : 6. Eph. 1 : 18. 
Strengthens. Psa. 27 : 14. 
Establishes. Psa. 112: 8. 1 The. 

3: 13. 
Should be 
Prepared unto God. 1 Sam. 7:3. 
Given to God. Pro. 23: 26. 
Perfect with God. 1 Kin. 8: 61. 
Applied unto wisdom. Psa. 90:12. 

Pro. 2:2. 
Guided in the right way. Pro. 23: 

19. 
Purified. Jas. 4:8. 
Single. Eph. 6:5. Col. 3:22. 
Tender. Eph. 4: 32. 
Kept with diligence. Pro. 4 : 23. 
We should 
Believe with. Acts 8: 37. Rom. 

10:10. 
Serve God with all. Deu. 11 : 13. 
Keep God's statutes with all. Deu. 

26 : 16. 
Walk before God with all. 1 Kin. 

2:4. 
Trust in God with all. Pro. 3 : 5. 
Love God with all. Mat. 22 : 37. 
Return to God with all. Deu. 30: 2. 
Do the will of God from. Eph. 

6: 6. 
Sanctify God in. 1 Pet. 3 : 15. 
Love one another with a pure. 1 

Pet. 1 : 22. 
N'o man can cleanse. Pro. 20: 9. 
Faith, the means of purifying. Acts 

15:9. 
Renewal of, promised under the gos- 
pel. Eze. 11 : 19. Eze. 36 : 26. Heb. 3 : 10. 
When broken and contrite, not de- 
spised by God. Psa. 51 : 17. 
Tlie pure in, shall see God. Mat. 5: 8. 
Pray that it may be 
Cleansed. Psa. 51 : 10. 
Inclined to God's testimonies. Psa. 

119: 36. 
United to fear God. Psa. 86: 11. 
Directed into the love of God. 2 

Tha 3 • 5. 



Harden not, against God. Psa. 95: 8, 

with Heb. 4: 7. 
Harden not against the poor. Deu. 

15: 7. 
Regard not iniquity in. Psa. 66:18. 
Take heed lest it be deceived. Deu. 

11: 16. 
Know the plague of. 1 Kin. 8 : 38. 
He that trusteth in, is a fool. Pro. 

28: 26. 

Heart, Character of the Renewed. 

Prepared to seek God. 2 Chr. 19 : 3. 

Ezr. 7:10. Psa. 10: 17. 
Fixed on God. Psa. 57: 7. Psa. 112: 7. 
Joyful in God. 1 Sam. 2 : 1. Zee. 10: 7. 
Perfect with God. iKin. 8: 61. Psa. 

101 : 2. 
Upright. Psa. 97: 11. Psa. 125: 4. 
Clean. Psa. 73:1. 
Pure. Psa. 24: 4. Mat. 5: 8. 
Tender. 1 Sam. 24: 5. 2 Kin. 22:19. 
Single and sincere. Acts 2 : 46. Heb. 

10:22. 
Honest and good. Luke 8: 15. 
Broken, contrite. Psa. 34: 18. Psa. 

51 : 17. 
Obedient. Psa. 119: 112. Rom. 6:17. 
Filled with the law of God. Psa. 40: 

8. Psa. 119:11. 
Awed by the word of God. Psa. 119: 

161. 
Filled with the fear of God. Jer. 

32 : 40. 
Meditative. Psa. 4: 4. Psa. 77: 6. 
Circumcised. Deu. 30: 6. Rom. 2: ?9. 
Void of fear. Psa. 27 : 3. 
Desirous of God. Psa. 84:2. 
Enlarged. Psa. 119 : 32. 2 Cor. 6 : 11. 
Faithful to God. Neh. 9 : 8. 
Confident in God. Psa. 112 : 7. 
Sympathizing. Jer. 4: 19. Lam. 3: 51. 
Prayerful. 1 Sam. 1 : 13. Psa. 27 : 8. 
Inclined to obedience. Psa. 119: 112. 
Wholly devoted to God. Psa. 9:1. 

Psa. "119 : 10, 69, 145. 
Zealous. 2 Chr. 17:6. Jer. 20:9. 
Wise. Pro. 10:8. Pro. 14: 33. Pro. 

23 : 15. 
A treasury of good. Mat. 12 : 35. 

Heart, Character of the 
Unrene'wed. 

Hateful to God. Pro. 6:16, 18. Pro. 

11:20. 
Full of evil. Ecc. 9:3. 
f Full of evil imaginations. Gen. 6:5. 

Gen. 8:21. Pro. 6:18. 
Full of vain thoughts. Jer. 4:14. 
Fully set to do evil. Ecc. 8: 11. 
Desperately wicked. Jer. 17 : 9. 
Far from God. Isa. 29: 13, with Mat. 

15 : 8. 
Not perfect with God. 1 Kin, 15:3, 

Acts 8: 21. Pro. 6: 18. 



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Not prepared to seek God. 2 Chr. 

12:14. 
A treasury of evil. Mat. 12 : 35. Mar. 

7:21. 
Darkened. Rom. 1 : 21. 
Prone to error. Psa.95: 10. 
Pniae to depart from God. Deu. 29: 

18. Jer. 17: 5. 
Impenitent. Rom. 2: 5. 
Unbelieving. Heb. 3:12. 
Blind. Epb. 4: 18. 
Uncircumcised, Lev. 26:41. Acts 7: 

51. 
Of little worth. Pro. 10: 20. 
Deceitful. Jer. 17 : 9. 
Deceived. Isa. 44 : 20. Jas. 1 : 26. 
Divided. Hos. 10:2. 
Double. 1 Chr. 12 : 33. Psa. 12 : 2. 
Hard. Eze. 3:7. Mar. 10: 5. Rom. 

2:5. 
Haughty. Pro. 18:12. Jer. 48:29. 
Influenced by tlie devil. Jno. 13:2. 
Carnal. Rom. 8: 7. 
Covetous. Jer. 22 : 17. 2 Pet. 2 : 14. 
Despiteful. Eze. 25: 15. 
Ensnaring. Ecc. 7 : 26. 
Foolish. Pro. 12 : 23. Pro. 22 : 15. 
Froward. Psa. 101: 4. Pro. 6: 14. 

Pro. 17 : 20. 
Fretful against the Lord, Pro. 19: 3. 
Idolatrous. Eze. 14:3, 4. 
Mad. Ecc. 9:3. 

Mischievous. Psa. 28:3. Psa. 140: 2. 
Proud. Psa. 101 : 5. Jer. 49 : 16. 
Rebellious. Jer. 5:23. 
Perverse. Pro. 12: 8. 
Stiff. Eze. 2:4. 

Stony. Eze. 11 : 19. Eze. 36: 26. 
Stout. Isa. 10 : 12. Isa. 46 : 12. 
Elated by sensual indulgence. Hos. 

13:6. 
Elated by prosperity. 2 Chr. 26:16. 

Dan. 5 : 20. 
Studieth destruction. Pro. 24: 2. 
Often judicially stupified. Isa, 6: 10. 

Acts 28: 26, 27. 
Often judicially hardened. Exo. 4:21. 

Jos. 11 : 20. 

Heathen, The. 

Are without God and Christ. Eph. 

2:12. 
Described".as 

Ignorant. 1 Cor. 1 : 21. Eph. 4 : 18. 

Idolatrous. Psa. 135:15. Rom. 1: 
23, 25. 

Worshippers of the devil. 1 Cor. 
10 : 20. 

Cruel. Psa. 74 : 20. Rom. 1 : 31. 

Filthy. Ezr. 6: 21. Eph. 4: 19. Eph. 
5:12. 

Persecuting. Psa. 2:1, 2. 2 Cor. 
11 : 26. 

Scoffing at saints. Psa. 79: 10. 

Strangers to the covenant of prom- 
ise. Eph. 2:12. 

Having no hope. Eph. 2 : 12. 



Degradation of. Lev. 25 : 44. 
Have 

Evidence of the power of God. 
Rom. 1:19, 20. Acts 17: 27. 

Evidence of the goodness of God. 
Acts 14 : 17. 

The testimony of conscience. Rom. 
2:11,15. 
Evil of imitating. 2 Kin. 16:3. Eze. 

11:12. 
Cautions against imitating. Jer. 10: 

2. Mat. 6: 7. 
Danger of intercourse with. Psa 

106 : 35. 
Employed to chastise the Church 

Lev. 26 : 33. Jer. 49 : 14. Lam. 1 : 3. 

Eze. 7:24. Eze. 25:7. Dan. 4: 27. 

Hab. 1 : 5-9. 
The Church shall be avenged of. 

Psa. 149: 7. Jer. 10: 25. Oba. 15. 
God 

Rules over. 2 Chr. 20: 6. Psa. 47: 8. 

Brings to nought the counsels of. 
Psa. 33: 10. 

Will be exalted among. Psa. 46: 
10. Psa. 102: 15. 

Punishes. Psa. 44:2. Joel 3 : 11— 
1.3. Mic. 5:15. Hab. 3:12. Zee. 
14:18. 

Will finally judge. Rom. 2 : 12—16. 
Given to Christ. Psa. 2:8. Dan. 7: 

14. 
Salvation of, foretold. Gen. 12: 3, 

with Gal. 3:8. Isa. 2:2— 4. Isa. 

52:10. Isa. 60:1— 8. 
Salvation provided for. Acts 28: 28. 

Rom. 15:9-12. 
The glory of God to be declared 

amongst. 1 Chr. 10: 24. Psa. 96: 3. 
The gospel to be preached to. Mat. 

24:14. Mat. 28:19. Rom. 16:26. 

Gal. 1:16. 
Necessity for preaching to. Rom. 

10: 14. 
The gospel received by. Acts 11:1. 

Acts 13 : 48. Acts 15 : 3, 23. 
Baptism to be administered to. Mat. 

28 : 19. 
The Holy Ghost poured out upon 

Acts 10: 44 45. Acts 15: 8. 
Praise God for success of the gospel 

amongst. Psa. 98 : 1—3. Acts 11:18. 
Pray for. Psa. 67:2— 5. 
Aid missions to. 2 Cor. 11:9. 3 Jno. 

6,7. 
Conversion of, acceptable to God. 

Acts 10: 35. Rom. 15:16. 

Heaven. 

Created by God. Gen. 1 : 1. Rev. 10: 6. 
Everlasting. Psa. 89: 29. 2 Cor. 5: 1. 
Immeasurable. Jer. 31 : .37. 
Higli. Psa. 103:11. Isa. .57:1.5. 
Holy. Deu. 26:15. Psa. 20:6. Isa. 

.57 : 15. 
God's dwelling-place. 1 Kin. 8: 30. 

Mat. 6:9. 



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God's throne. Isa. 66: 1, with Acts 7 : 

49. 
God 
Is the Lord of. Dan. 5 : 23. Mat. 

11 : 25. 
Reigns in. Psa. 11 : 4. Psa. 135 : 6. 

Dan. 4: 35. 
Fills. 1 Kin. 8: 27. Jar. 23: 24. 
Answers His people from. 1 Chr. 
21:26. 2 Chr. 7:14. Neh. 9:27. 
Psa. 20:6. 
Sends His judgments from. Gen. 
19:24. 1 Sam. 2:10. Dan. 4:13, 
14. Rom. 1 : 18. 
Christ 
As Mediator, entered into. Acts 3: 

21. Heb. 6:20. Heb. 9:12, 24. 
Is all-powerful in. Mat. 28:18. 1 
Pet. 3 : 22. 
Angels are in. Mat. 18 : 10. Mat. 24 : 

36. 
Names of saints are written in. 

Luke 10: 20. Heb. 12:23. 
Saints rewarded in. Mat. 5 : 12. 1 

Pet. 1:4. 
Repentance occasions joy in. Luke 

15:7. 
Lay up treasure in. Mat. 6: 20. Luke 

12 : 33. 
Flesh and blood cannot inherit, 1 

Cor. 15:50. 
Happiness of, described. Rev. 7 : 16, 
17. 

Is CALLED 

A garner. Mat. 3:12. 

The kingdom of Christ and of God. 
Eph. 5:5. 

The Father's house. Jno. 14 : 2. 

A heavenly country. Heb. 11 : 16. 

A rest. Heb. 4 : 9. 

Paradise. 2Cor. 12:2, 4. 
The wicked excluded from. Gal. 5: 

21. Eph. 5:5. Rev. 22:15. 
Enoch and Elijah were translated 

into. Gen. 5:24, with Heb. 11: 5. 

2 Kin. 2:11. 

Heave-offering. 

To be brought to God's house. Deu. 

12:6. 
Consisted of 
First fruits of bread. Num. 15: 19 

—21. 
Right shoulder of peace offerings. 

Lev. 7 : 32. 
Part of the meat offering of all 

peace offerings. Lev. 7 : 14. 
Shoulder of the priest's consecra- 
tion-ram. Exo. 29:27. 
Tenth of all tithes. Num. 18: 26. 
Part of all gifts. Num. 18 : 29. 
Part of spoil taken in war. Num. 
31 : 26—47. 
To be the best of their kind. Num. 

18 : 29. 
To be heaved up by the priest. Exo. 
29: 27. 



Sanctified the whole offering. Num. 

18:27,30. 
Given to the priests. Exo. 29: 28. 

Lev. 7 : 34. 
To be eaten in a clean place. Lev. 

10:12—15. 

Hedges. 

Antiquity of. 1 Chr. 4:23. 
Designed for protection. Isa. ,5: 2. 
Often made of thorns. Mic. 7: 4. 
Placed around 
Gardens. So. of Sol. 4: 12. Lam. 

2: 6. (maig.) 
Vineyards. Mat. 21:33. Mar. 12:1. 
Difficulty of breaking through. Pro. 

15 : 19. 
Danger of breaking through. Ecc. 

10: 8. 
Desolation caused by removing. Psa. 

80:12, 1.3. 
Filled with grasshoppers. Nab. 3: 17. 
Poor travellers sought rest under. 

Luke 14 : 23. 
Afforded protection in danger. Jer. 

49:3. 
Making up gaps in, alluded to. Eze. 

13 : 5. Eze. 22 : 30. 
Illustrative 
Of God's protection. Job 1:10. 
Of numerous afflictions. Job 3: 

23. Job 19: 8. 
Of heavy judgments. Lam. 3: 7. 

Hos. 2 : 6. 
Of holy ordinances, &c. Isa. 5: 2. 

Mat. 21 : 33. 
Of the way of the slothful. Pro. 

15 : 19. 
(Broken down,) of the taking away 
of protection. Psa. 80: 12. Isa. 
5 : 5. 

Heedftilness. 

Commanded. Exo. 23: 13. Pro. 4: 

25-27. 
Necessary 
In the care of the soul. Deu. 4 : 9. 
In the house and worship of God. 

Ecc. 5 : 1. 
In what we hear. Mar. 4 : 24. 
In how we hear. Luke 8 : 18. 
In keeping God's commandments. 

Jos. 22 : 5. 
In conduct. Eph. 5: 15. 
In speech. Pro. 13 : 3. Jas. 1 : 19. 
In worldly company. Psa. 39: 1. 

Col. 4:5. 
In giving judgment. IChr. 19:6, 7. 
Against sin. Heb. 12: 15, 16. 
Against unbelief. Heb. 3:12. 
Against idolatry. Deu. 4:15, 16. 
Against false Christs, and false 

prophets. Mat. 24 : 4, 5, 23, 24. 
Against false teachers. Phi. 3: 2. 

Col. 2:8. 2Pet. 3: 16, 17. 
Against presumption. 1 Cor. 10: 12. 
Promises to. 1 Kin. 2 : 4. 1 Chr. 22 : 13. 



HEL. 



HIG. 



HeU. 

1. The place of disembodied 

SPIRITS, Acts 2: 31. 

Which Christ visited. Luko 23 : 43. 
Acts 2: 31. 1 Pet. 3:19. 

Contains, a place of rest, Abra- 
ham's bosom. Luke 16: 23. 

Paradise. Luke 23: 43. 

And a place of torment. Luke 16: 
23. 
i. The place of future punish- 
ment. 

Destruction from the presence of 
God. 2 The. 1 : 9. 
Described as 

Everlasting punishment. Mat. 2,") : 
46. 

Everlasting Are. Mat. 2.5:41. 

Everlasting burnings. Isa. 33 : 14. 

.K furnace of fire. Mat. 13: 42, 50. 

A lake of fire. Eev. 20:15. 

Fire and brimstone. Rev. 14:10. 

Unquenchable fire. Mat. 3:12. 

Devouring fire. Isa. 33: 14. 
Prepared for the devil, &c. Mat. 25: 

41. 
Devils are confined in, until the judg- 
ment-day. 2 Pet. 2 : 4. Jude 6. 
Punishment of, is eternal. Isa. 33: 

14. Rev. 20 : 10. 
The wicked shall be turned into. 

Psa. 9:17. 
Human power cannot preserve from. 

Eze. 32 : 27. 
The body suflers in. Mat. 5: 29. 

Mat. 10:28. 
The soul suffers in. Mat. 10: 28. 
The wise avoid. Pro. 15:24. 
Endeavor to keep others from. Pro. 

23:14. Jude 23. 
The society of the wicked leads to. 

Pro. 5:5. Pro. 9: 18. 
The beast, false prophets, and the 

devil shall be cast into. Rev. 19: 

20. Rev. 20:10. 
The powers of, cannot prevail against 

the Church. Mat. 16: 18. 
Illustrated. Isa. 30: 33. 

Herbs, &c. 

Called the green herbs. 2 Kin. 19: 26. 
God 

Created. Gen. 1:11, 12. Gen. 2:5. 

Causes, to grow. Job 38:27. Psa. 
104 : 14. 
Each kind of, contains its own seed. 

Gen. 1 : 11, 12. 
Given as food to man. Gen. 1 : 28, 29. 

Gen. 9: 3. 
Found in 

The fields. Jer. 12:4. 

The mountains. Pro. 27:25. 

The marshes. Job 8: 11. 

The deserts. Job 24:5. Jer. 17: 
6. 



Cultivated in gardens. Deu. 11 : 10, 

1 Kin. 21 : 2. 
Cultivated for food. Pro. 15: 17. 

Heb. 6:7. 
Require rain and dew. Deu. 32: 2. 

Job 38: 26, 27. 
Mode of watering, alluded to. Deu, 

11 : 10. 
Mentioned IN Scripture; 

Aloe. So. of Sol. 4: 14. 

Anise. Mat. 23:2.3. 

Barley. Exo. 9: 31. 2 Sam. 14:3C\ 

Beans. 2 Sam. 17 : 28. 

Bulrushes. Exo. 2: 3. Isa. .58: 5. 

Calamus. So. of Sol. 4 : 14. 

Cummin. Isa. 28:27. Mat. 23:23. 

Cucumber. Num. 11:5. Isa. 1:8. 

Fitches. Isa. 28: 25, 27. 

Flag. Exo. 2:3. Job 8: 11. 

Flax. Exo. 9:31. 

Garlic. Num. 11: 5. 

Gourds. 2 Kin. 4 : 39. 

Grass. Num. 22:4. 

Heath. Jer. 17 : 6. Jer. 48: 6. 

Hyssop. Exo. 12: 22. 1 Kin. 4:33. 

Leeks. Num. 11 : 5. 

Lentiles. Gen. 25:34. 

Mandrakes. Gen. 30: 14. So. of 
Sol. 7 : 13. 

Mallows. Job 30: 4. 

Millet. Eze. 4 : 9. 

Melon. Num. 11:5. 

Mint. Mat. 23: 23. 

Myrrh. So. of Sol. 4: 14. 

Onions. Num. 11 : 5. 

Reeds. Job 40 : 21. Isa. 19 : 6. 

Rushes. Job 8: 11. 

Rye. Exo. 9:32. 

Saffron. .So. of Sol. 4:14. 

Spikenard. So. of Sol. 4: 14. 

Tares or Darnel. Mat. 13 : 30. 

Wheat. Exo. 9:32. Jer. 12:13. 
Bitter, used at passover. Exo. 12 : 8. 

Num.9: 11. 
Poisonous, not fit for man's use. 2 

Kin. 4:39,40. 
Destroyed by 

Hail and lightning. Exo. 9: 22— 25. 

Locusts, &c. Exo. 10: 12, 15. Psa. 
105 : 34, 35. 

Drought. Isa. 42: 15. 

Titlieable among the Jews. Luke 
11 : 42. 
Were sometimes used instead of ani- 
mal food by weak saints. Rom. 14: 2. 
Illustrative 

Of the wicked. 2 Kin 19 : 26. Psa. 37 : 
2. 

(Dew on,) of grace given to saints. 
Isa. 18:4. 

High Places. 

Used for idolatrous worship. 1 Kin. 

11:7, 8. 
God sometimes worshipped on.l Sam. 

9; 12. 1 Kin. 3: 2, 4. 2 Chr. 33: 17. 



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Mentioned IN Scripture; 

Gibeon. 1 Kin. 3:4. 

Arnon. Num. 21 : 28. 

Baal. Num. 22: 41. 

Tophet. Jer. 7:31. 

Bamah. Eze. 20: 29. 

Aven. Hos. 10: 8. 
'Adorned with tapestry. Eze. 16: 16. 
Surrounded with groves. 1 Kin. 14 : 23. 
Built by 

Solomon. 1 Kin. 11 : 7. 

Jeroboam. 1 Kin. 12: 31. 

Jehoram. 2 Chr. 21 : 11. 

Ahaz. 2 Chr. 28:25. 

Manasseh. 2 Kin. 21 : 3. 2 Chr. 33 : 3. 

People of Judah. 1 Kin. 14 : 23. 

People of Israel. 2 Kin. 17 : 9. 
Priests ordained for. 1 Kin. 12: 32. 1 

Kin. 13 : 33. 
Sacrifices and incense offered to idols 

upon. 2 Kin. 12: 3. 2 Kin. 16: 4. 
Enchantments used upon. Num. 23:3. 

Num. 24: 1. 
Of the Canaanites to be destroyed. 

Num. 33 : 52. 
The Jews 

Built, in their cities. 2 Kin. 17 : 9. 

Built, in all their streets. Eze. 16: 
24, 31. 

Condemned for building. Eze. 16: 
23-35. 

Provoked God with. 1 Kin. 14: 22, 
23. Psa. 78:. 58. 

Threatened with destruction of. 
Lev. 26 : 30. 

Punished for. 2 Kin. 17 : ll,with 18 v. 
Destroyed by 

Asa, partially. 2 Chr. 14 : 3, 5, with 2 
Chr. 15:17. 

Jehoshaphat. 2 Chr. 17 : 6. 

Hezekiah. 2 Kin. 18: 4. 2 Chr. 31:1. 

Josiah. 2 Kin. 23: 8. 2 Chr. 34: 3. 
Not removed by 

Jehoash. 2 Kin. 12: 3. 

Amaziah. 2 Kin. 14: 4. 

Azariah. 2 Kin. 15: 4. 

Jotham. 2 Kin. 15:35. 

High Priest, The. 
Specially called of God. Exo 28: 1, 2. 

Heb. 5 : 4. 
Consecrated to his office. Exo. 40: 13. 

Lev. 8:12. 

Was CALLED 

The priest. Exo. 29 : 30. Neh. 7 : 65. 

God's high priest. Acts 23 : 4. 

Ruler of the people. Exo. 22:28, 

with Acts 23 : 5. 

The office of, hereditary. Exo. 29: 29. 

Next iu rank to the king. Lam. 2: 6. 

Often exercised chief civil power. 1 

Sam. 4:18. 
Duties of; 
Offering gifts and sacrifices. Heb. 

5:1. 
Lighting the sacred lamps. Exo. 
30:8. Num. 8:3. 



Making atonement in the most holy 
place once a year. Lev, 16 oh. 
Heb. 9:7. 
Bearing before the Lord the names 
of Israel for a mem(.>rial. Exo. 28: 
12, 29. 
Enquiring of God by Urim and 
Thummim. 1 Sam. 23 : 9—12. 1 
Sam. 30: 7,8. 
Consecrating the Levites. Num. 8 

11-21. 
Appointing priests to offices. 1 Sam 

2 : 36. 
Taking charge of money collected 
in the sacred treasury. 2 Kin. 12: 
10. 2 Kin. 22 : 4. 
Presiding in the superior court. 
Mat. 26:3, 57-62. Acts 5: 21-28. 
Acts 23 : 1—5. 
Taking the census of the people. 
Num. 1:3. 
^ Blessing the people. Lev. 9: 22, 23. 
Sometimes enabled to prophesy. Jno. 

11 : 49-52. 
Assisted by a deputy. 2 Sam. 15:24. 

Luke 3: 2. 
The Deputy of, 
Called the second priest. S Kin. 25: 

18. 
Had oversight of the tabernacle. 

Num. 4:16. 
Had oversight of the Levites. Num. 
3:32. 
To marry a virgin of Aaron's family. 

Lev. 21: 13,14. 
Forbidden to mourn for any. Lev. 

21 : 10-12. 
To be tender and compassionate. 

Heb. 5 : 2. 
Needed to sacrifice for himself. Heb. 

5 : 1—3. 
Special garments of; 
Ephod with its curious girdle. Exo, 

28 : 6, 7. 
Girdle. Exo. 28:4, 39. 
Broidered coat. Exo. 28 : 4, 39. 
Robe of the ephod. Exo. 28: 31—35. 
Breastplate. Exo. 28 : 15-29. 
Linen mitre. Exo. 28:4, 39. 
Plate or crown of gold, &c. Exo. 
28 : 36-38. 
Made by divine wisdom given to Be- 
zaleel, &c. Exo. 28:3. Exo. 36:1. 
Exo. 39: 1. 
Were for beauty and ornament. Exo. 

28:2. 
Worn at his consecration. Lev. 8:7,9. 
Worn seven dajs after consecra- 
tion. Exo. 29:30. 
Descended to his successors. Exo. 
29 : 29. 
Wore the ordinary priest's garments 
when making atonement in the 
holy place. Lev. 16 : 4. 
Office of, promised to the posterity 
of Phinehas for his zeal. Num 25; 
12, 13. 



HIG. 



HIT. 



Family of Eli degraded from office 
of, for bad conduct. 1 Sam. 2: 27 — 
36. 
Sometimes deposed by the kings. 1 

Kin. 2:27. 
Office of, made annual by the 
Romans. Jno. 11 : 49—51, with Acts 
4:6. 
TvpiFiED Christ in 
Being called of God. Heb. 5: 4,5, 
His title. Heb. 3:1. 
His appointment. Isa. 61 : 1. Jno. 1 : 

32-34. 
Making atonement. Lev. 16: 33. 

Heb. 2:17. 
Splendid dress. Exo. 28; 2. with 

Jno. 1:14. 
Being liable to temptation. Heb. 

2:18. 
Compassion and sympathy for the 

weak and ignorant. Heb. 4 : 15. 

Heb. 5:1,2. 
Marrying a virgin. Lev. 21 : 13, 14. 

2 Cor. 11: 2. 
Holiness of ofTice. Lev. 21 : 15, with 

Heb. 7 : 26. 
Performing by himself all the serv- 
ices on day of atonement. Lev. 

16 ch. with Heb. 1 : 3. 
Bearing the names of Israel upon 

his heart. Exo. 28: 29, with So. 

of Sol. 8:6. 
Alone entering into most holy 

place. Heb. 9: 7, with 12, 24 vs. 

and Heb. 4:14. 
Interceding. Num. 16: 43— 48. Heb. 

7:25. 
Blessing. Lev. 9:22, 23. Acts 3: 26. 

i'NFERXOE TO CHRIST IN 

Needing to make atonement for his 
own sins. Heb. 5:2, 3. Heb. 7: 
26-28. Heb. 9:7. 

Being of the order of Aaron. Heb, 
6:20. Heb. 7:11— 17. Heb. 8: 4, 
5j withl, 2, 6 vs. 

Being made without an oath. Heb. 
7 : 20-22. 

Not being able to continue. Heb. 
7 : 23, 24. 

Offering oftentimes the same sac- 
rifices. Heb. 9 : 25, 26, 28. Heb. 
10:11,12,14. 

Entering into holiest every year. 
Heb. 9: 7, 12, 25. 

High-ways, 

Roads for public use. Num. 20: 19. 

Deu. 2 : 27. 
Called th« king's highway. Num. 20: 

17. 
Marked out by heaps of stones. Jer. 

31:21. 
(Jenerally broad. Jud. 20: 32, 45. Mat. 

7:13. 
Generally straight. 1 Sam. 6: 12. Isa, 

40:3. 



Made to all cities of refuge. Deu, 19 : 

2,3. 
Often made in deserts. Isa. 40: 3, 
Infested with 

Serpents. Gen. 49:17. 

Wild beasts. 1 Kin. 13 : 24, with Isa, 
35 ■ 9 

Robbers. Jer. 3:2. Luke 10 : 30— 33. 
Beggars sat by sides of. Mat. 20: 30. 

Mar. 10:46. 
Often obstructed. Jer. 18 : 15. 
All obstructions removed from, be- 
fore persons of distinction. Isa. 40: 

3, 4, with Mat. 3:3. 
By-paths more secure in times of 

danger. Jud. 5: 6. 
Desolation of, threatened as a pun- 
ishment. Lev. 26 : 22. Isa, 33 : 8. 
Illustrative 

Of Christ. Jno. 14 : 6. 

Of the way of holiness. Isa. 35 : 8. 

Of facilities for the restoration of 
the Jews. Isa. 11 : 16. Isa. 62:10. 

(Made in the deserts,) of facilities 
for the spread of the gospel. Isa. 
40:3. Isa. 43:19. 

(Narrow,) of the way to life. Mat. 
7:14. 

(Broad,) of the way to destruction. 
Mat. 7: 13. 

Hittitcs. 

Descended from Canaan's son, Heth. 

Gen. 10:15. 
Called the 

Sons of Heth. Gen. 23 : 3, 20. 

Children of Heth. Gen. 23 : 5. 
One of the seven nations of Canaan. 

Deu. 7:1. 
Dwelt in Hebron. Gen. 23 : 2, 3, 

19. 
Governed by kings. 1 Kin. 10:29. 2 

Kin. 7:6. 
Land of, promised to Israel. Gen. 

15 : 20. Exo. 3 : 8. 
Israel commanded to destroy. Deu. 

7:1,2, 24. 
Part of their land given to Caleb. 

Jos. 14: 13. 
Not entirely destroyed by Israel. 

Jud. 3: 5. 
The remnant of, made tributary in 

the reign of Solomon. 1 Kin. 9: 20, 

21. 
Luz built in the country of. Jud. 1 : 

26. 
Intermarriages with, by 

Esau. Gen. 36:2. 

Solomon. 1 Kin. 11: 1,2. 

Israel after conquest of Canaan. 
Jud. 3:5, 6. 

Israelites after the captivity. Ezr. 
9:1. 
Descent from, illustrative of the 

degradation of the Jews. Eze. 16: 

3. 



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Remarkable persons of. Ephron, Gen. 
49: .30. Abimelecli, 1 Sam. 26: 6. 
Uriah, 2 Sam. 11: 6,21. 

Hivites. 

Deseeuded from Canaan. Gen, 10: 

15, 17. 
Supposed to be the ancient Avim, or 

Avites. Deu. 2:33. Jos. 13:3. 
One of the seven nations of Canaan. 

Deu. 7:1. 
Dwelt near Lebanon. Jud. 3: 3. 
The Shechemites a people of. Gen. 

34:2. 
The Qibeonites a people of. Jos. 9: 

3, 7. 
Esau intermarried with. Gen. 36:2. 
Land of, promised to Israel. Exo. 3: 

8. Exo. 23 : 23. 
Israel commanded to destroy. Deu. 

7:1,2, 24. 
A part of, left to prove Israel. Jud. 

3:3. 
Remnant of, made tributary in the 

reign of Solomon. 1 Kin. 9 : 20, 21. 

Holiness. 

Commanded. Lev. 11 : 45. Lev. 20: 7. 

Eph. 5:8. Col. 3: 12. Rom. 12:1. 

Christ 

Desires, for His people. Jno. 17: 17. 

Effects, in His people. Eph. 5: 

25-27. 
An example of. Heb. 7:26. 1 Pet. 
2:21,22. 
The character of God, the standard 
of. Lev. 19: 2, with 1 Pet. 1 : 15, 16. 
Eph. 5:1. 
The character of Christ, the stand- 
ard of. Rom. 8: 29. 1 Jno. 2: 6. 
Phi. 2:5. 
The gospel the way of. Isa. 35 : 8. 
Necessary to God's worship. Psa. 

24 : 3, 4. 
None shall see God without. Eph. 

5:5. Heb. 12:14. 
Saints 
Elected to. Rom. 8: 29. Eph. 1 : 4. 
Called to. 1 The. 4:7. 2 Tim. 1 : 9. 
New created in. Eph. 4: 24. 
Possefes. 1 Cor. 3 : 17. Heb. 3 : 1. 
Have their fruit unto. Rom. 6:22. 
Shbuld follow after. Heb. 12: 14. 
Should serve God in. Luke 1:74, 

75. 
Should yield (heir members as in- 
struments of. Rom. 6: 13, 19. 
Should present their bodies to God 

in. Rom. 12: 1. 
Should have their conversation in. 

1 Pet. 1:15. 2 Pet. 3:11. 
Should continue in. Luke 1 : 75. 
Should seek perfection in. 2 Cor. 

7: 1. 
Shall be presented to God in. 
Col. 1:22. 1 The. 3:13. 



Shall continue in, for ever. Rev. 
22:11. 
Behavior of aged women should be 

as becomes. Tit. 2:3. 
Promise to women who continue in. 

1 Tim. 2:15. 

Promised to the Church. Isa. 35 : 8. 

Oba. 17. Zee. 14:20, 21. 
Becoming in tlie Church. Psa. 93: 5. 
The Church is the beauty of. 1 Chr. 

16 : 29. Psa. 20 : 2. 
The word of God the means of pro- 

ducing. Jno. 17: 17. 2 Tim. 3: 16, 

17. 

Is THE RESULT OF 

The manifestation c f God's grace. 

Tit. 2:3, 11, 12. 
Subjection to God. Rom. 6 : 22. 
God's keeping. .Jno. 17 : 15. 
Union with Christ. Jno. 15 : 4, 5. 
Jno. 17 : 9. 
Required in prayer. 1 Tim. 2:8. 
Ministers should 
Possess. Tit. 1 : 8. 
Avoid everything inconsistent with. 

Lev. 21:6. Isa. 52:11. 
Be examples of. 1 Tim. 4 : 12. 
Exhort to. Heb. 12 : 14. 1 Pet. 1 : 
14—16. 
Motives to; 
The glory of God. Jno. 15 : 8. Phi.. 

1: 11. 
The love of Christ. 2 Cor. 5 : 14, 15. 
The mercies of God. Rom. 12: 1, 2. 
The dissolution of all things. 2 
Pet. 3: 11. 
Chastisements are intended to pro- 
duce, in saints. Heb. 12 : 10. Jas.. 
1 : 2, 3. 
Should lead to separation from the' 
wicked. Num. 16: 21, 26. 2 Cor, 6:. 
17, 18. 
The wicked are without. 1 Tim. 1 : 9,. 

2 Tim. 3:2. 

Exemplified. DarW, Psa. 86:2. Israel, 
Jer. 2:3. John the Baptist, Mar, 6: 
20. Prophets, Luke 1 : 70. Paul, 1 
The. 2:10. Wives of Patriarchs, 1 
Pet. 3:5. 

Holiness of God, The, 

Is incomparable. Exo. 15: 11, 1 

Sam. 2: 2. 
Exhibited in His 

Character. Psa. 22:3. Jno. 17: U.. 

Name. Isa. 57 : 15. Luke 1 : 49. 

Words. Psa. 60 : 6. Jer. 23 : 9. 

Works. Psa. 145:17. 

Kingdom. Psa. 47 : 8. Mat. 13 : 41. 
Rev. 21:27. ICor. 6:9, 10. 

Is pledged for the fulfilment OF' 

His promises. Psa. 89: 35. 

His judgments. Amos 4: 2. 
Saints are commanded to imitate. 

Lev. 11 : 44, with 1 Pet. 1 : 15, 16. 
Saints should praise. Psa. 30:4. 



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Should produce reverential fear. 

Kev. 15 : 4. 
Requires holy service. Jos. 24:19. 

Psa. 93:5. 
Heavenly hosts adore. Isa. 6: 3. Eev. 

4:8. 
Should be magnified. IChr. 16:10. 

Psa. 48 : 1. Psa. 99 : 3, 5. Rev. 15 : 4. 

Holy Ghost, the Comforter, The. 

Proceeds from the Father. Jno. 

15 : 26. 
Given 
By the Father. Jno. 14 : 16. 
By Christ. Isa. 61 : 3. 
Through Christ's intercession. Jno. 
14: 16. 
Sent in the name of Christ. Jno. 

14:26. 
Sent by Christ from the Father. Jno. 

15: 26. Jno. 16: 7. 
As SUCH He 
Communicates joyto saints. Rom. 

14 : n. Gal. 5 : 22. 1 The. 1 : 6. 
Edifies the Church. Acts 9:31. 
Testifies of Christ. Jno. 15 : 26. 
Imparts the love of God. Rom. 5 : 

3—5. 
Imparts hope. Rom. 15:13. Gal. 

5 : 5. 
Teaches saints. Jno. 14 : 26. 
Dwells with, and in saints. Jno. 

14:17. 
Abides for ever with saints. Jno. 

14: 16. 
Is known by saints. Jno. 14: 17. 
The world cannot receive. Jno. 14 : 17. 

Holy Ghost, The, is God. 

As Jehovah. Exo. 17 : 7, with Heb. 3: 

7—9. Num. 12:6, with 2 Pet. 1:21. 
As Jehovah of hosts. Isa. 6 : 3, 8 — 

10, with Acts 28: 25. 
As Jehovah, Most High. Psa. 78: 17, 

21, with Acts 7 : 51. 
Being invoked as Jehovah. Luke 2: 

26-29. Acts 4: 23—25, with Acts 1: 

16, 20. 2 The. 3 : 5. 
As called God. Acts 5 : 3, 4. 
As joined with the Father and the 

Son in the baptismal formula. 

Mat. 28:19. 
As eternal. Heb. 9: 14. 
As omnipresent. Psa. 139: 7 — 13. 
As omniscient. 1 Cor. 2 : 10. 
As omnipotent. Luke 1: 35. Rom. 

15 : 19. 
As the Sj^irit of glory and of God. 1 

Pet. 4: 14. 
As Creator. Gen. 1 : 26, 27, with Job 

,33 : 4. 
As equal to, and one with the Fa- 
ther. Mat. 28:19. 2 Cor. 13 : 14. 
As Sovereign Disposer of all things. 

Dan. 4: 3.5, with 1 Cor. 12: 6, 11. 



As Author of the new birth. Jno, 3: 

5, 6, with 1 Jno. 5: 4. 
As raising Christ from the dead. 

Acts2:24, withl Pet. 3: 18. Heb. 

13: 20, with Rom.l: 4. 
As inspiring Scripture. 2 Tim. 3: 16, 

with 2 Pet. 1:21. 
As the source of wisdom. 1 Cor. 12: 

8. Isa. 11:2. Jno. 16: 13. Jno. 14: 

26. 
As the source of miraculous power. 

Mat. 12: 28, with Luke 11: 20. Acts 

19: 11, with Rom. 15: 19. 
As appointing and sending ministers. 

Acts 13: 2, 4, with Mat. 9: 38. Acts 

20:28. 
As directing where the gospel should 

be preached. Acts 16 : 6, 7, 10. 
As dwelling in saints. Jno. 14 : 17, 

with 1 Cor. 14: 25. 1 Cor. 3: 16, 

with 1 Cor. 6 : 19. 
As Comforter of the Church. Acts 9 : 

31, with 2 Cor 1:3. 
As sanctifying the Church. Eze. 37: 

28, with Rom. 15: 16. 
As the Witness. Heb. 10: 15, with 1 

Jno. 5:9. 
As convincing of sin, of righteous- 
ness, and of judgment. Jno". 16: 8 

—11. 

Holy Ghost, The, Personality of. 

■ He creates and gives life. Job 33 : i. 
He appoints and commissions minis- 
ters. Isa. 48:16. Acts 13: 2. Acts 

20:28. 
He directs ministers where to preach. 

Acts 8 : 29. Acts 10 : 19, 20. 
He directs ministers where not to 

preach. Acts 16: 6, 7. 
He instructs ministers what to 

preach. 1 Cor. 2: 13. 
He spoke in, and by, the Prophets. 

Acts 1:16. 1 Pet. 1:11, 12. 2 Pet. 

1:21. 
He strives with sinners. Gen. 6: 3. 
He reproves. Jno. 16:8. 
He comforts. Acts 9: 31. 
He helps our infirmities. Rom. 8: 26. 
He teaches. Jno. 14:26. 1 Cor. 12:3. 
He guides. Jno. 16:13. 
He sanctifies. Rom. 15: 16. 1 Cor. 

6:11. 
He testifies of Christ. Jno. 15 : 26. 
He glorifies Christ. Jno. 16: 14. 
He has a power of His own. Rom. 

15:13. 
He searches all things. Rom. 11 : 33. 

34, withl Cor. 2: 10,11. 
He works according to His own will. 

1 Cor. 12: 11. 
He dwells with saints. Juo. 14 : 17. 
He can be grieved. Eph. 4 : 30. 
He can be vexed. Isa. 63: 10. 
He can be resisted. Acts 7 : 51. 
He can be tempted. Acts 5 : 9. 



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Holy Ghost, the teacher, The. 

Promised. Pro. 1 : 23. 

As the Spirit of wisdom. Isa. 11 : 2, 

Isa. 40:13,14. 
Given 
In answer to prayer. Eph. 1 : 16, 17. 
To saints. Neh. 9: 20. ICor. 2: 
12, 13. 
Necessity for. 1 Cor. 2:9, 10. 
As SUCH He 
Reveals the things of God. 1 Cor. 

2 : 10, 13. 
Reveals the things of Christ. Jno. 

16:14. 
Reveals the future. Luke 2: 26. 

Acts 21: 11. 
Brings the words of Christ to re- 
membrance. Jno. 14 : 26. 
Directs in the way of godliness. 

Isa. 30: 21. Eze. 36: 27. 
Teaches saints to answer persecu- 
tors. Mar. 13: 11. Luke 12: 12. 
Enables ministers to teach. 1 Cor. 

12:8. 
Guides into all truth. Jno. 14: 26. 

Jno. 16:13. 
Directs the decisions of the Church. 
Acts 15 : 28. 
Attend to the instruction of. Rev. 

2: 7, 11,29. 
The natural man will not receive the 
things of. iCor. 2: 14. 

Holy Land. 

Extremely fruitful. Exo. 3 : 8. Num. 

13: 27. Deu. 8: 7— 9. Deu. 11 : 10—12. 
Abounded in minerals. Deu. 8: 9. 

Deu. 33: 25. 
Called 

The land. Lev. 26 : 42. Luke 4 : 25. 

The Lord's land. Hos. 9:3. 

Land of Canaan. Gen. 11: 31. Lev. 
14 : 34. 

Land of Israel. 1 Sam. 13: 19. Mat. 
2:20,21. 

Land of Judah. Isa. 26 : 1. 

Land of the Hebrews. Gen. 40: 15. 

Land of promise. Heb. 11 : 9. 

Land of Immanuel. Isa. 8:8. 

Pleasant land. Psa. 106:24. Dan. 
8* 9 
• Good'land. Num. 14: 7. Deu. 3: 25. 

Glorious land. Dan. 11 : 16. 

Palestina. Exo. 15: 14. Isa. 14: 
29, 31. 
Original inhabitants of. Gen. 10: 

15—20. Deu. 7:1. 
Inhabitants of, expelled for wicked- 
ness. Gen. 15:16. Exo. 23: 23. 

Lev. 18:25. Deu. 18:12. 
Promised to 

Abraham. Gen. 12: 7. Gen. 13:15. 
Gen. 17 : 8. 

Isaac. Gen. 26: 3. 

Jacob. Gen. 28: 13, 15. Gen. 35: 12. 



Given by covenant to Israel. Exo. 

6:4. 
Extent of. 

As promised. Gen, 15:18. Deu. 1: 
7. Jos. 1:4. 

As at first divided. Num. 34 : 1—12. 

Under Solomon. 1 Kin. 4: 21, 24. 
2Chr. 9:26. 
Twelve men sent to spy. Num. 13 ch. 
Conquered by Joshua. Jos. 6 ch. to 

Jos. 12 ch. 
Divided by lot. Num. 34: 16—29, with 

Jos. 13 : 7—14. 
Allotment of, specified. Jos. 14 ch. 

to Jos. 19 ch. 
All inheritances in, inalienable. Lev. 

25 : 10, 23. 
A sabbath of rest appointed for. 

Lev. 25:2— 5. 
Obedience the condition of continu- 
ing in. Lev. 26 : 3, &c. Deu. 5 : 33. 

Deu. 11 : 16, 17, 22—25. 
Divided into 

Twelve provinces by Solomon. 1 
Kin. 4 : 7—19. 

Two kingdoms in the time of Reho- 
boam. 1 Kin. 11: 35, 36. 1 Kin. 
12 : 19, 20. 

Four provinces by the Romars. 
Luke 3: 1. 
Numerous population of, in Solo- 
mon's reign. 1 Kin. 3: 8. 2 Chr. 

1:9. 
Extensive commerce of, in Solomon's 

reign. 1 Kin. 9: 26— 28. 1 Kin. 10: 

22—29. 
Prosperity of, in Solomon's reign. 1 

Kin. 4 : 20. 
Was the burial place of the patri- 
archs. Gen. 49: 29— 31. Gen. 50:13, 

25. Jos. 24 : 32. 
A type of the rest that remaineth for 

saints. Heb. 4: 1, 2, 9. 1 Pet. 1 : 4. 

Holy of Holies. 

Divided from the outward tabernacle 

by a vail. Exo. 26 : 31— 33. 
Was called the 
Sanctuary. Lev. 4: 6. Psa. 20:2. 
Holy sanctuary. Lev. 16: 33. 
Holy place. Exo. 28: 29. Lev. 16: 

2 3. 
Most" holy place. Exo. 26: 31—33. 
Holiest of all. Heb. 9:3. 
Oracle. 1 Kin. 6: 5, 16, 20. 
Contained 
Ark of testimony. Exo. 26 : 33. Exo. 

40:3, 21. 
Mercv-seat. Exo. 26: 34. 
Cherubim. Exo. 25 : 18— 22. 1 Kin. 

6 : 23—28. 
Golden censer. Heb. 9:4. 
Pot of manna. Exo. 16: 33. Heb. 

9:4. 
Aaron's rod. Num. 17 : 10. Heb. 

9:4. 



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i written copy of the divine law. 
Deu. 31:2ti. 2 Kin. 22:8. 
Ood appearediu. Exo. 2.'): 22. Lev. 

16:2. 
The high priest 

Not to enter, at all times. Lev. 16: 

o 

Alone to enter, once a year. Heb. 

9:7. 
Entered, in ordinary priest's dress. 

Lev. 16: 4. 
Entered, not without blood of 
atonement. Lev. 16: 14, 15. Heb. 
9:7. 
Offered incense in. Lev. 16:12. 
Made atonement for. Lev. 16:15, 
16, 20, 33. 
The priests allowed to enter, and 
prepare the holy things for re- 
moval. Num. 4: 5. 
Laid open to view at Christ's death. 

Mat. 27:. 51. 
A type of heaven. Psa. 102:19. Heb. 

9:12,13,24. 
Saints have boldness to enter the 
true. Heb. 10:19. 

Homicide. 

Distinguished from murder. Exo. 
21: 13, 14. Num. 35: 16-21, with 
25 V. 
Justifiable, described as 
Killing persons condemned by law. 
Gen. 9 : 6. Exo. 35 : 2. Lev. 24 : 16. 
Killing a thief in the night. Exo. 

22 ■ ' 
Killing enemies in battle. Num. 31 : 

7 8. 
Killing a manslayer by next of kin. 
Num. 35:27. 
Unjustifiable, described as 
Killing without enmity. Num. 35 : 

22. 
Killing without lying in wait. Exo. 

21:13. Num. 35: 22. 
Killing by accident. Num. 35:23. 
Deu. 19:5. 
The avenger of blood might slay 
those guilty of unjustifiable. Num. 
35 : 19, 27. 
Protection afforded in the cities of 
refuge to those guilty of unjustifi- 
able. Num. 35: 11, 15. 
Confinement in the city of refuge the 
punishment for unjustifiable. Num. 
35 : 25, 28. 

Honey. 
God the giver of. Psa. 81 : 16. Eze. 

16:19. 
Gathered and prepared by bees. Jud. 

14:18. 
Found in 
Rocks. Deu. 32:13. Psa. 81:16. 
Woods. 1 Sam. 14: 25, 26. Jer. 
41:8. 



Carcases of dead animal's, Jud. 
14:8. 
Sweetness of. Jud. 14 : 18. 
In the comb sweetest and most 

valuable. Pro. 16:24. Pro. 24:13. 
Abounded in 

Egypt. Num. 16: 13. 

Assyria. 2 Kin. 18:32. 

Canaan. Exo. 3: 8. Lev. 20: 24. 
Deu. 8:8. 
Esteemed a wholesome food. Pro, 

24:13. 
Moderation needful in the use of. 

Pro. 25 : 16, 27. 
Loathed by those who are full. Pro. 

27:7. 
Was eaten 

Plain. iSam. 14:25, 26, 29. 

With the comb. So. of Sol. 5: 1. 
Luke 24 : 42. 

With milk. So. of Sol. 4: 11. 

With butter. Isa. 7 : 15, 22. 

With locusts. Mat. 3 : 4. Mar. 1 : 6. 

Mixed with flour. Exo. 16 : 31. Eze. 
16:13. 
Not to be offered with any sacrifice. 

Lev. 2:11. 
First fruits of, offered to God. 2 

Chr. 31 : 5. 
Often sent as a present. Gen. 43:11. 

1 Kin. 14:3. 
Exported from Canaan. Eze. 27 : 17. 
Illustrative of 

The word of God. Psa. 19 : 10. Psa. 
119: 103. 

Wisdom. Pro. 24: 13, 14. 

Holy speech of saints. So. of Sol. 
4:11. 

Pleasant words. Pro 16 : 24. 

Lips of a strange woman. Pro. 5: 



3. 



Hope 



In God. Psa. 39 : 7. 1 Pet. 1 : 21. 

In Christ. 1 Cor. 15 : 19. 1 Tim. 1 : 1. 

In God's promises. Acts 26: 6, 7. Tit. 

1:2. 
In the mercy of God. Psa. 33 : 18. 
Is the work of the Holy Ghost. Rom. 

15:13. Gal. 5:5. 
Obtained through 

Grace. 2 The. 2:16. 

The word. Psa. 119:81. 

Patience and comfort of the Scrip- 
tures. Rom. 15 : 4. 

The gospel. Col. 1 : 5, 23. 

Faith. Rom. 5:1,2. Gal. 5:5. 
The result of experience. Rom. 5: 4. 
A better hope brought in by Christ. 

Heb. 7:19. 
Described as 

Good. 2 The. 2:16. 

Lively. 1 Pet. 1 : 3. 

Sure and steadfast. Heb. 6:19. 

Gladdening. Pro. 10:28. 

Blessed. Tit. 2:13. 
Makes not ashamed. Rom. 5 : 5. 



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Triumphs over difficulties. Rom. 4: 

18. 
Is an encouragement to boldness in 

preaching. 2 Cor. .3 : 12. 
Saints 

Are called to. Eph. 4 : 4. 

Rejoice in. Rom. 5: 2. Rom. 12: 12. 

Have all, the same. Eph. 4 : 4. 

Have, in death. Pro. 14 : 32. 

Should abound in. Rom. 15 : 13. 

Should look for the object of. Tit. 
2:13. 

Should not be ashamed of. Psa. 
119:116. 

Should hold fast. Heb. 3 : 6. 

Should not be moved from. Col. 1 : 
23. 

Should continue in. Psa. 71:14. 1 
Pet. 1:13. 
Connected with faith and love. 1 

Cor. 13 : 13. 
Objects of; 

Salvation. 1 The. 5 : 8. 

Righteousness. Gal. .5 : .5. 
■ Christ's glorious appearing. Tit. 
2:13. 

A resurrection. Acts 23 : 6. Acts 24 : 
15. 

Eternal life. Tit. 1 : 2. Tit. 3 : 7. 

Glory. Rom. 5:2. Col. 1:27. 
Leads to purity. 1 Jno. 3 : 3. 
Leads to patience. Rom. 8: 25. 1 The. 

1:3. 
Seek for full assurance of. Heb. 6: 11. 
Be ready to give an answer concern- 
ing. 1 Pet. 3 : 15. 
Encouragement to. Hos. 2:15. Zee. 

9:12. 
Encourage others to. Psa. 130: 7. 
Happiness of. Psa. 146: 5. 
Life is the season of. Ecc. 9 : 4. Isa. 

,38: 18. 
The wicked have no ground for. Enh. 

2:12. 
Of the wicked 

Is in their worldly possessions. 
Job 31 : 24. 

Shall make them ashamed. Isa. 
20:5,6. Zee. 9:5. 

Shall perish. Job 8: 13. Job 11 : 20. 
Pro. 10 : 28. 

Shall be extinguished in death. 
Job 27:8. 
Illustrated by, An Anchor, Heb. 6:19. 

A helmet, 1 The. 5: 8. 
Exemplified. David, Fsa. S9: 1. Paul, 

Acts 24: .15. ^braTiam, Rom. 4: 18. 

Thessalonians, 1 The. 1 : 3. 

Horns. 

Natural weapons on heads of ani- 
mals. Dan. 7 : 20. 

Animals with, mentioned; 
The ox. Psa. 69:, 31. 
The ram. Gen. 22:13. 



The goat. Dan. 8:5. 

The unicorn. Psa. 22 : 21. Psa. 92 : 

10. 
Tusks of the elephant so called. Eze. 

27 : 15. 
Used offensively. Exo. 21 : 29. Eze. 

34:21. 
Were used 
For holding oil. 1 Sam. 16:1. 1 

Kin. 1 : 39. 
As musical instruments. Jos. 6: 4, 

5. IChr. 25:5. 
Representations of, placed at the 
four corners of the altars. Exo. 
27 : 2. Exo. 30 : 2. 
Wearing of, alluded to. Psa. 75 : 5, 10. 
Illustrative 
Of power of God. Psa. 18: 2. Hab. 

3:4. 
Of power of Christ. Luke 1 : 69. 

Rev. 5:6. 
Of power of Ephraim, &c. Deu. 33 : 

17. 
Of power of the wicked. Psa. 22 : 21. 

Psa. 75 : 10. 
Of kings. Dan. 7 : 7, 8, 24. Dan. 8 : 3, 

5, 20. 
Of antichrlstian powers. Rev. 13: 1. 

Rev. 17: 3, 7. 
(Budding of,) of the commence- 
ment or revival of a nation. Psa. 

132:17. Eze. 29:21. 
(Raising up,) of arrogance. Psa, 75: 

4,5. 
(Exalting,) of increase of power 

and glory. 1 Sam. 2 : 1, 10. Psa. 89 : 

17,24. Psa. 92:10. Psa. 112:9. 
(Pushing with,) of conquests. Deu. 

33:17. 1 Kin. 22:11. Mic. 4:13. 
(Bringing down,) of degradation. 

Job 16 : 15. 
(Cutting off,) of destruction of 

power. Psa. 75: 10. Jer. 48: 25. 

Lam. 2:3. 

Horse, The. 

Endued with strength by God. Job 

39: 19. 
Described as 

Strong. Psa. 33: 17. Psa. 147: 10. 

Swift. Isa. 30: 16. Jer. 4: 13. Hab. 1: 
8. 

Fearless. Job 39 : 20, 22. 

Fierce and impetuous. Job 39:21, 
24. 

Warlike in disposition. Job 39 : 21. 
Jer. 8 : 6. 

Surefooted. Isa. 63: 13. 
Want of understanding in, alluded 

to. Psa. 32:9. 
Hard hoofs of, alluded to. Isa. 5 : 28. 
Loud snorting of, alluded to. Jer. 8: 

16, with Job 39: 20. 
Colors of, mentioned ; 

White. Zee. 1:8. Zee. 6: 3. Rev. 6: 2. 

Black. Zee. 6:2, 6. Rev. 6:5. 



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Red. Zee. 1:8. Zee. 6: 2. Rev. 6:4. 
Speckled. Zee. 1:8. 
Bav. Zee. 6:3, 7. 
Grisled. Zee. 6:3,6. 
Pale or ash color. Rev. 6:8. 
Fed on grain aud herbs. 1 Kin. 4 : 23, 

IKin. 18:5. 
Used foe 
Mounting cavalry. Exo. 14 : 9. 1 

Sam. 13: 5. 
Drawing chariots. Mic. 1 : 13. Zee. 

6:2. 
Bearing burdens. Ezr. 2:66. Neh. 

7:08. 
Hunting. Job 39: 18. 
Conveying posts, c&c. 2 Kin. 9 : 17—19. 
Est. 8 : 10. 
Kings and princes rode on. Est. 6: 

8-11. Eze. 23:23. 
Governed bv bit and bridle. Psa. 32: 

9. Jas. 3:3. 
Urged on by whips. Pro. 26: 3. 
Adorned with bells on the neck. Zv- 

14:20. 
Numbers of, kept for war. Jer. 51 : 27. 

Eze. 20 : 10. 
Prepared and trained for war. Pro. 

21: 31. 
In battle protected by armor. Jer. 

46:4. 
Vanity of trusting to. Psa. 33:17. 

Amos 2: 15. 
The Jews 
Forl)idden to multiply. Deu. 17: 16. 
Imported from Egypt. 1 Kin. 10: 28, 

29. 
Multiplied in Solomon's reign. 1 

Kin. 4:26. 
Condemned for multiplying. Isa. 2: 

7. 
Not to trust in. Hos. 14: 3. 
Condemned for trusting to. Isa. 30: 

16. Isa. 31:3, 
Brought back many, from Babylon. 
Ezr. 2 : 66. 
Notice of early traffic in. Gen. 47: 17. 
Sold in fairs and markets. Eze. 27: 

14. Rev. 18 : 13. 
Often suffered 
Front blindness. Zee. 12: 4. 
From plague. Zee. 14: 15. 
From murrain. Exo. 9: 3. 
From bites of serpents. Gen. 49: 17. 
In the hoof from prancing. Jud. 5: 

22 
In^battle. Jer. 51: 21. Hag. 2: 22. 
Dedicated to the sun by idolaters. 2 

Kiu, 23: 11. 
Illustrative of 
Beauty of the church. So. of Sol. 1 : 

9. Zee. 10:3. 
Glorious and triumphant deliver- 
ance of the church. Isa, 63: 13, 
A dull headstrong disposition. Psa. 

32: 9, 
Impetuosity of the wicked in sin. 
Jer. 8:6. 



Hospitality. 



Commanded, Rom, 12: 13, 1 Pet. 4:9. 

Required in ministers. 1 Tim. 3:2. 
Tit. 1 : 8. 

A test of Christian character. 1 Tim. 
5:10. 

Specially to be shown to 
Strangers, Heb. 13:2, 
The poor. Isa. 58:7. Luke 14: 13. 
Enemies. 2 Kin, 6:22, 23, Rom, 
12 : 20, 

Encouragement to, Luke 14 : 14. 
Heb. 13:2. 

Exemplified. Melchi^edek, Gen. 14: 
18. Abraham, Gen. 18:3— 8, Lot, 
Gen. 19: 2, 3. Laftan, Gen. 24: 31. 
Jethro, Exo. 2: 20. Manoah, Jud, 
13 : 15, Samuel, 1 Sam, 9 : 22, David, 
2 Sam, 6:19, BarziUai, 2 Sam, 19: 
32, Shunammite, 2 Kin, 4:8. Nehe- 
miah, Neh, 5 : 17. Job, Job 31 : 17, 32. 
Zaccheus, Luke 19:6. Samaritans, 
Jno, 4:40. Lydia, Acts 16: 15. Ja- 
son, Acts 17 : 7. Mnason, Acts 21, 16. 
People of Melita, Acts 28 : 2. Publius, 
Acts 28 : 7. Gaius, 3 Jno. 5, 6. 

Houses. 

Antiquity of. Gen. 12:1. Gen. 19:3. 
Deep and solid foundations required 

for. Mat. 7:24. Luke 6: 48. 
Sometimes built without foundation. 

Mat. 7:26. Luke 6: 49. 
Built of 
Clay. Job 4: 19. 

Bricks. Exo. 1 : 11—14. Isa. 9 : 10. 
Stone and wood. Lev. 14:40,42, 

Hab, 2:11, 
Hewn or cut stone, Isa, 3 : 10, Amos 

5:11, 
In cities, built in streets. Gen, 19:2, 

Jos, 2:19, 
Often built on city walls, Jos, 2: 15, 

2 Cor. 11 : 33. 
The flat roofs of, 
Surrounded with battlements. Deu. 

22:8. 
Had often booths on them. 2 Sam. 

16:22. Neh. 8:16. Pro, 21 : 9. 
Had often idolatrous altars on 

them. 2 Kin. 23: 12. Jer. 19:13. 

Zep. 1 : 5. 
Used for drying flax, &c. Jos. 2 : 6. 
Used for exercise, 2 Sam. 11 : 2, 

Dan. 4 : 29. 
Used for devotion. Acts 10: 9. 
Used for making proclamations. 

Luke 12:3. 
Used for secret conference. 1 Sam. 

9 : 25, 26. 
Resorted to in grief. Isa. 13 : 3. 

Jer. 48:38. 
Often covered with week grass. 

Psa. 129:6, 7. 
Accessible from the outside. Mat. 

24:17. 



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The courts of, large aud used as 

apartmeats. Est. 1 : 5. Luke 5 : 19. 
Entered by a gate or door. Gen. 43: 

19. Exo. 12:22. Luke 16: 20. Acts 

10:17. 
Doors of, low and small for safety. 

Pro. n : 19. 
Doors of, how fastened. 2 Sam. 13: 

18. So. of Sol. 5:5. Luke 11: 7. 
Admission to, gained by knocking at 

the door. Acts 12 : 13. Rev. 3 : 20. 
Walls of, plastered. Lev. 14 : 42, 43. 
Serpents often lodged in walls of. 

Amos 5: 19. 
Custom of fastening nails, &c. in 

walls of, alluded to. Ecc. 12 : 11, 

Isa. 22:23. 
Had often several stories. Eze. 41 : 

16. Acts 20: 9. 
Divided into apartments. Gen. 43: 

30. Isa. 26:20. 
Apartments of, were often 

Large and airy. Jer. 22 : 14. 

Ceiled and painted. Jer. 22: 14. 
Hag. 1:4. 

Inlayed with ivory. 1 Kin. 22:39. 
Amos 3: 15. 

Hung with rich tapestries. Est. 1 : 6. 

Warmed with fires. Jer. 36:22. 
Jno. 18: 18. 
Upper apartments of, the best, and 

used for entertainments. Mar. 

14:15. 
Had often detached apartments for 

secrecy and for strangers. Jud. 3: 

20-23. 2 Kin. 4 : 10, 11. 2 Kin. 9 : 2, 3. 
Lighted by windows. 1 Kin. 7 : 4. 
Street windows of, high and dan- 
gerous. 2 Kin. 1:2. 2 Kin. 9: 30, 

33. Acts 20: 9. 
Of the kich. 

Great. Isa. 5:9. Amos 6: 11. 2 
Tim. 2 : 20. 

Goodly. Deu. 8:12. 

Pleasant. Eze. 26 : 12. Mic. 2 : 9. 

Of BRICK OR CLAY, 

Plastered. Eze 13: 10, 11. 

Easily broken through. Job 24: 16, 
Eze. 12:5. 

Often swept away by torrents. Eze, 
13:13,14. 
When finished were usually dedica- 
ted. Deu. 20:5. Psa. 30, (fi»f). 
For summer residence. Amos 3: 15. 
Liable to leprosy. Lev. 14 : 34—53. 
Not to be coveted, Exo, 20:17. Mic. 

2: 2. 
We'rehired. Acts 28 : 30. 
Were mortgaged. Neh, 5:3. 
Were sold. Acts 4: 34. 
Law respecting the sale of. Lev. 25 : 

29-33. 
Of criminals, desolated. Dan, 2: 5. 

Dan. 3 : 29. 
Desolation of, threatened as a pun- 
•ishment. Isa. 5: 9. Isa. 13: 16, 21, 

22, Eze. 16:41, Eze. 26:12. 



Often broken down to repair city 

walls before sieges. Isa. 22 : 10. 
Illustrative 
Of the body. Job 4: 19. 2 Cor. 5:1. 
Of the grave. Job 30: 23. 
Of the church. Heb. 3: 6. 1 Pet. 

2:5. 
Of saints' inheritance. Jno. 14: 2. 

2 Cor. 5:1. 
(On sand,) of the delusive hope of 

hypocrites. Mat. 7 : 26, 27. 
(On a rock,) of the hope of saints. 

Mat. 7 : 24, 25. 
(Insecurity of,) of earthly trust. 

Mat. 6: 19.20. 
(Building of,) of great prosperity. 

Isa. 65:21. Eze. 28: 26. 
(Built and not inhabited, )of calam- 
ity. Deu. 28: 30. Amos 5: 11. 

Zep. 1 : 13. 
(To inhabit those, built by others,) 

of abundant blessings. Deu. 6: 
« 10, 11. 

Human Nature of Christ, The. 

Was necessary to His mediatorial 
office. 1 Tim. 2 : 5. Heb. 2 : 17. Gal. 
4 : 4, 5. 1 Cor. 15 : 21. Rom. 6 : 15, 19. 

Is PROVED BY His 

Conception in the Virgin's womb. 

Mat. 1:18. Luke 1 : 31. 
Birth. Mat. 1: 16, 25. Mat. 2: 2. 

Luke 2: 7, 11. 
Partaking of flesh and blood. Jno. 

1:14. Heb. 2:14. 
Having a human soul. Mat. 26: 38. 

Luke 23: 46. Acts 2: 31. 
Circumcision. Luke 2 : 21. 
Increase in wisdom aud stature. 

Luke 2 : 52. 
Weeping. Luke 19 : 41. Jno. 11 : 35. 
Hungering. Mat. 4 : 2. Mat. 21 : 18. 
Thirsting. Jno. 4 : 7. Jno. 19:28. 
Sleeping. Mat. 8 : 24. Mar. 4 : 38, 
Being subject to weariness. Jno. 

4:6. 
Being a man of sorrows. Isa. 53:3, 

4. Luke 22: 44. Jno. 11:33. Jno. 

12:27. 
Being buffeted. Mat. 26:67. Luke 

22:64. 
Enduring indignities. Luke 23: 11. 
Being scourged. Mat. 27:26. Jno. 

19:1. 
Being nailed to the cross. Psa. 22: 

16, with Luke 23: 33. 
Death. Jno. 19:30. 
Side being pierced. Jno. 19:34. 
Burial. Mat. 27 : 59, 60. Mar. 15 : 46. 
Resurrection. Acts 3: 15. 2 Tim. 

2:8. 
Was like our own in all things ex- 
cept sin. Acts 3: 22. Phi. 2: 7, 8. 
Heb. 2:17. 
Was without sin. Heb. 7:26, 28. 1 
Jno. 3:5. 1 Pet. 2:22. Heb. 4: 15. 
Jno, 18:38. Jno. 8:46. 



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Was submitted to tlip evidence of the 
seuses. Luke 24: 39. Juo. 20: 27. 
IJuo. 1: 1, 2. 
Was of the seed of 
The woman. Gen. 3:15. Isa. 7 : i. 
Jer. 31:22. Luke 1:31. Gal. 4:4. 
Abraham. Gen. 22 : 18, with Gal. 3 : 

16. Hcb. 2: 16. 
David. 2 Sam. 7:12, 16. Psa. 89: 
3.5,36. Jcr. 23: 5. Mat. 22: 42. 
Mar. 10: 47. Acta 2: 30. Acts 13: 
23. Rom. 1: 3. 
Genealogy of. Mat. 1: 1, &c. Luke 

3:2.3, &c. 
Attested by Himself. Mat. 8: 20. 

Mat. 16: 13. 
Confession of, a test of belonging to 

God. Jno. 4:2. 
Acknowledged by men. Mar. 6: 3. 

Jno. 7:27. Juo. 19: 5. Acts 2: 22. 
Denied by Antichrist. 1 Jno. 4 : 3. 2 
Jno. 7. 

Humility. 

Necessary to the service of God. Mic. 

6:8. 
Christ an example of. Mat. 11: 29. 

Jno. 13: 14, 15. Phi. 2: 5—8. 
A characteristic of saints. Psa. 34:2. 
They who have. 

Regarded by God. Psa. 138: 6. Isa. 
66:2. 

Heard by God. Psa. 9: 12. Psa. 
10:17. 

Enjoy the presence of God. Isa. 
57: 15. 

Delivered by God. Job 22 : 29. 

Lifted up by God. Jas. 4 : 10. 

Exalted by God, Luke 14: 11. 
Luke 18: 14. 

Are greatest in Christ's kingdom. 
Mat. 18: 4. Mat. 20: 26-28. 

Receive more grace. Pro. 3: 34, 
Jas. 4: 6. 

Upheld by honor. Pro. 18: 12. Pro. 
29 : 23. 
Is before honor. Pro. 15 : 33. 
Leads to riches, -honor, and life. 

Pro. 22 : 4. 
Saints should 

Put on. Col. 3:12. 

Be ciotlied with. 1 Pet. 5: 5. 

Walk with. Eph. 4: 1,2. 

Beware of false. Col. 2: 18, 23. 
Afflictions intended to produce. Lev. 

26:41. Deu. 8:3. Lam. 3:20. 
Want of, condemned. 2 Chr. 33: 

23. 2 Chr. 36:12. Jer. 44:10. Dan. 

5:22. 
Temporal judgments averted by. 2 

Chr. 7: 14. 2 Chr. 12:6, 7. 
Excellency of. Pro. 16 : 19. 
Blessedness of. Mat. 5:3. 
Exemplified. Abraham, Gen. 18: 27. 

Jacob, Gen. 32: 10. 3Ioses, Exo. 3: 11. 

Exo. 4 : 10. Joshua, Jos. 7 : 6. Gideon, 

Jud. 6: 15. David, 1 Chr. 29: 14. 



irezekiah,2Chr. 32: 26. Manassch, 
2 Chr. 33 : 12. Jusiah, 2 Chr. 34 : 27. 
Job, Job 40: 4. Job 42: 6. Isaiah, 
Isa. 6: 5. Jeremiah, Jcr. 1 : 6. John 
the Baptist, Mat. 3: 14. Centurion, 
Mat. 8:8. \Vo»ian of Canaan, Mat. 
15 : 27. Elizabeth, Luko 1 : 43. Peter, 
Luke 5: 8. Paxil, Acts 20: 19. 

Humility of Christ, The. 
Declared by Himself. Mat. 11 : 29. 
Exhibited in His 
Taking our nature. Phi. 2: 7. Heb, 

2 : 16. 
Birth. Luke 2: 4— 7. 
Subjection to His parents. Luke 

2: 51. 
Station in life. Mat. 13: .55. Jno, 

9: 29. 
Poverty. Luke 9: 58. 2 Cor. 8: 9. 
Partaking of our infirmities. Heb. 

4:15. Heb. 5:7. 
Submitting to ordinances. Mat. 3: 

13—15. 
Becoming a servant. Mat. 20: 28. 

Luke 22: 27. Phi. 2:7. 
Associating with the despised. 

Mat.9: 10,11. Luke 15: 1,2. 
Refusing honors. Jno. 5:41. Jno. 

6:15. 
Entry into Jerusalem. Zee. 9: 9, 

with Mat. 21: 5, 7. 
Washing His disciples' feet. Jno. 

13:5. 
Obedience. Jno. 6:38. Heb. 10:9. 
Submitting to sufierings. Isa. .50: 

6. Isa. 53: 7, with Acts 8: 32. Mat. 

26:37-39. 
Exposing Himself to reproach and 

contempt. Psa. 22:6. Psa. 69:9, 

with Rom. 15: 3. Isa. .53: 3. 
Death. Jno. 10: 15, 17, 18. Phi. 2: 

8. Heb. 12 : 2. 
Saints should imitate. Phi. 2:5—8. 
On account of, He was despised. 

Mar. 6:3. Jno. 9:29. 
His exaltation, the result of. Phi. 

2:9. 

Husbands. 
Should have but one wife. Gen. 2: 

24. Mar. 10:6— 8. 1 Cor. 7:2-4. 
Have authority over their wives. 
Gen. 3:16. 1 Cor. 11 : 3. Eph. 5: 23. 
Duty of, to wives; 
To respect them. 1 Pet. 3:7. 
To love them. Eph. 5:25, &c. Col. 

3:19. 
To regard them as themselves. 

Gen. 2: 23, with Mat. 19: 5. 
To be faithful to them. Pro. 5: 19. 

Mai. 2: 14, 15. 
To dwell with them for life. Gen. 

2:24. Mat. 19:3-9. 
To comfort them. 1 Sam. 1 : 8. 
To consult with them. Gen. 31: 
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Not to leave them, though unbe- 
lieving. 1 Cor. 7 : 11, 12, 14, 16. 
Duties of, not to interfere with their 

duties to Christ. Luke 14 : 26, with 

Mat. 19 : 29. 
Good— Exemplified. Isaac, Gen. 24 : 

67. Elkanali, 1 Sam. 1 : 4, 5. 
Bad— Exemplified. Solomon, 1 Kin. 

11 : 1. Ahasuerus, Est. 1 : 10, 11. 

Hyke or Upper Garment, 

Law respecting fringes of. Num. 15: 

38. Deu. 22 : 12. 
Used by the poor as a covering by 

night. Exo. 22 : 26. 27. Deu. 24 : 13. 
Burdens often bound up in. Exo. 12 : 

34. 
The skirts of, used to hold things in. 

2 Kin. 4 : 39. Neh. 5 : 13. Hag. 2 : 12. 

Luke 6 : 38. 
Probably used by women as a vail. 

Ruth 3: 15. 
Required to be girt up 

For running. 1 Kin. 18:46. 

For labor. Luke 17: 8. 
Often laid aside. Mat. 24: 18. Mar. 

10:50. 
The Jews said to be naked when 

without. 2 Sam. 6 : 20. Mar. 14 : 51, 

52. Jno. 21 : 7. 
Was the garment 

Rent in token of anger. Mat. 26: 
65. 

Rent in token of grief. Joel 2:13. 

Of Samuel rent by Saul. 1 Sam. 45 : 
27. 

Of Saul which David cut. 1 Sam. 
24:4,5. 

Of Jeroboam rent by Ahijah. 1 
Kiu. 11 : 30. 

Laid aside by Christ. Jno. 13 : 4. 

Spread before Christ by the Jews. 
Mat. 21:8. 
The Jews 'condemned for making 

broad the borders of. Mat. 23 : 5. 

Hypocrites, 

God knows and detects. Isa. 29: 15, 16. 
Christ knew and detected. Mat. 22: 

18. 
God has no pleasure in. Isa. 9:17. 
Shall not come before God. Job 13 : 16. 
Described as 
Wilfully blind. Mat. 23: 17, 19, 26. 
Vile. Isa. 32:6; 
Self-righteous. Isa. 65 : 5. Luke 

18:11. 
Covetous. Eze. 33:31. 2 Pet. 2:3. 
Ostentatious. Mat. 6: 2, 5, 16. Mat. 

23 : 5. 
Censorious. Mat. 7 : 3—5. Luke 13 : 

14, 15. 
Regarding tradition more than the 

word of God. Mat. 15 : 1—3. 
Exact in minor, bjit neglecting im- 
portant duties. Mat. 23 : 23, 24. 



Having but a form of godliness. 

2 Tim. 3: 5. 
Seeking only outward purity. Luke 

11 : 39. 
Professing but not practising. Eae. 
33:31,32. Mat. 23: 3. Rom. 2: 
17—23. 
Using but lip-worship. Isa. 29 : 13, 

with Mat. 15 : 8. 
Glorying in appearance only. 2 

Cor. 5 : 12. 
Trusting in privileges. Jer. 7 : 4. 

Mat. 3:9. 
Apparently zealous in the things of 

God. Isa. 58:2. 
Zealous in making proselytes. Mat. 

23:15. 
Devouring widows' houses. Mat. 

23:14. 

Loving pre-eminence. Mat. 23: 6, 7. 

Worship of, not acceptable to God. 

Isa. 1 : 11—15. Isa. 58 : 3—5. Mat. 15 : 9. 

Joy of, but for a moment. Job 20: 5. 

Hope of perishes. Job 8: 13. Job 

27:8,9. 
Heap up wrath. Job.36: 13. 
Fearf ulness shall surprise. Isa. 33 : 

14. 
Destroy others by slander. Pro. 11 : 

9. 
In power, are a snare. Job 34 : 30. 
The Apostacy to abound with. 1 Tim. 

4:2. 
Beware of the principles of. Luke 

12:1. 
Spirit of, hinders growth in grace. 

1 Pet. 2:1. 
Woe to. Isa. 29:15. Mat. 23:13. 
Punishment of. Job 15:34. Isa. 10: 

6. Jer. 42 : 20, 22. Mat. 24:51. 
Illustrated. Mat. 23: 27, 28. Luke 

11 : 44. 
Exemplified. Cain, Gen. 4: 3. Ab- 
salom, 2 Sam. 15: 7, 8. The Jetvs, 
Jer. 3:10. Pharii'i'es, &c. Mat. 16: 
3. Judas, Mat. 26: 49. Herodians, 
Mar. 12: 13, 15. Ananias, Acts 5: 
1—8. Simon, Acts 8 : 13—23. 

Idleness and Sloth, 

Forbidden. Rom. 12:11. Heb. 6:12. 
Produce apathy. Pro. 12: 27. Pro. 

26:15. 
Akin to extravagance. Pro. 18 : 9. 
Accompanied by conceit. Pro. 26: 

16. 
Lead to 

Poverty. Pro. 10: 4. Pro. 20: 13. 

Want. Pro. 20 : 4. Pro. 24 : 34. 

Hunger. Pro. 19: 15. Pro. 24:34. 

Bondage. Pro. 12:24. 

Disappointment. Pro. 13:4. P:o. 
21 : 25. 

Ruin. Pro. 24: 30, 31. Ecc. 10:18. 

Tattling and meddling. 1 Tim. 5: 
13, 



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Effects of, afford instruction to 

others. Pro. 24 : 30—32. 
Eemonstraiico against. Pro. 6:6,9 
False excuses for. Pro. 20: 4. Pro, 

22:13. 
Illustrated. Pro. 26: 14. Mat. 2: 

18, 26. 
Exemplified. Watchmen, Isa. 56: 10, 

Alhcnians, Acts IT : 21. Thessalonian 

2 The. 3:11. 

Idolatry. 

Forbidden. Exo. 20:2, 3. Deu. 5:7. 
Consists in 
Bowing down to images. Exo. 20 : 

r.. Deu. 5 : 9. 
Worshipping images. Isa. 44: 17. 

Dan.3:5, 10, l.-j. 
Sacrificing to images. Psa. 106: 

38. Acts 7: 41. 
Worshipping other gods. Deu. 30: 

17. Psa. 81:9. 
Swearing by other gods. Exo. 23: 

13. Jos. 23:7. 
Walking after other gods. Deu. 

8: 19. 
Speaking in the name of other 

gods. Deu. 18 : 20. 
Looking to other gods. Hos. 3:1. 
Serving other gods. Deu. 7 : 4. 

Jer. 5:19. 
Fearing other gods. 2 Kin. 17:. 35. 
Sacrificing to other gods. Exo. 22: 

20. 
Worshipping the true God by an 

image, &c. • Exo. 32 : 4 — 6, with 

Psa. 106:19, 20. 
Worshipping angels. Col. 2 : 18. 
Worshipping the host of heaven. 

Deu. 4:19. Deu. 17:3. 
W%)rshipping devils. Mat. 4:9,10. 

Rev. 9 : 20. 
Worshipping dead men. Psa. 106: 

28. 
Setting up idols in the heart. Eze. 

14:3,4. 

Covetousness. Eph. 5 : 5. Col. 3 : 5. 

Sensuality. Phi. 3: 19. 

Is changing the glory of God into an 

image. Rom. 1 : 23, with Acts 17 : 29. 

Is changing the truth of God into a 

lie. Rom. 1 : 25, with Isa. 44 : 20. 
Is a work of the flesh. Gal. 5 : 19, 20. 
Incompatible with the service of 
God. Gen. 35: 2, 3. Jos. 24 : 23. 1 
Sam. 7: 3. 1 Kin. 18: 21. 2 Cor. 6: 
15, 16. 
Described as 
An abomination to God. Deu. 7 : 25. 
Hateful to God. Deu. 16 : 22. Jer. 

44:4. 
Vain and foolish. Psa. 115: 4—8. 

Isa. 44: 19. Jer. 10:3. 
Bloody. Eze. 23 : .39. 
Abominable. 1 Pet. 4:8. 
Unprofitable. Jud. 10:14. Isa. 46: 

7. 



Irrational. Acts 17: 29. Rom. 1: 

21—23. 
Defiling. Eze. 20:7, Eze. 36:18. 
They who practice, 
Forget God. Deu. 8 : 19. Jer. 18 : 

15. 
Go astray from God. Eze. 44 : 10. 
Pollute the name of God. Eze. 20: 

.39. 
Defile tlie sanctuary of God. Eze. 

5:11. 
Are estranged from God. Eze. 14 : 

5. 
Forsake God. 2 Kin. 22: 17. Jer. 

16:11. 
Hate God. 2 Chr. 19:2,3. 
Provoke God. Deu. 31 : 20. Isa. 65 : 

3. Jer. 25 : 6. 
Are vain in their imaginations. 

Rom. 1:21. 
Are ignorant and foolish. Rom.l: 

21,22. 
Inflame themselves. Isa. 57: 5. 
Hold fast their deceit. Jer. 8:5. 
Carried away by it. 1 Cor. 12: 2. 
Go after it in heart. Eze. 20: 16. 
Are mad upon it. Jer. 50: 38. 
Boast of it. Psa. 97:7. 
Have fellowship with devils. 1 

Cor. 10:20. 
Ask counsel of their idols. Hos. 4 : 

12. 
Look to idols for deliverance. Isa. 

44:17. Isa. 45: 20. 
Swear by their idols. Amos 8: 14. 
Objects of, numerous. 1 Cor. 8 : 5. 
Objects of, described as 
Strange gods. Gen. 35; 2, 4. Jos. 

24 : 20. 
Other gods. Jud. 2:12, 17. 1 Kin. 

14:9. 
New gods. Deu. 32:17. Jud. 5:8. 
Gods that cannot save. Isa. 45 : 20. 
Gods that have not made the 

heavens. Jer. 10: 11. 
No gods. Jer. 5 : 7. Gal. 4 : 8. 
Molten gods. Exo. 34: 17. Lev. 

19:4. 
Molten images. Deu. 27:15. Hab 

2:18. 
Graven images. Isa. 45 : 20. Hos. 

11:2. 
Senseless idols. Deu. 4:28 Psa 

115:5,7. 
Dumb idols. Hab. 2: 18. 1 Cor. 12: 2. 
Dumb stones. Hab. 2 : 19. 
Stocks. Jer. 3 : 9. Hos. 4 : 12. 
Abominations. Isa. 44: 19. Jer. 

32 : 34. 
Images of abomination. Eze. 7 : 20. 
Idols of abomination. Eze. 16: .3(". 
Stumbling blocks. Eze. 14 : 3. 
Teachers of lies. Hab. 2 : IS. 
Wind and confusion. Isa. 41 : 29. 
Nothing. Isa. 41 : 24. 1 Cor. 8 : 4, 
Helpless. Jer. 10: 5. 
Vanity. Jer. 18:15. 



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Vanities of the Gentiles. Jer. 14: 22. 
Making idols for the purpose of, de- 
scribed and ridiculed. Isa. 44: 10 

—20. 
Obstinate sinners judicially given up 

to. Deu. 4:28. Deu. 28:64. Hos. 

4:17. 
Warnings against. Deu. 4:15 — 19. 
Exhortations to turn from. Eze. 14 : 

6 Eze. 20:7. Acts 14: 15. 
Eenouuced on conversion.! The. 1 : 9. 
Led to abominable sins. Bom. 1: 

26,27—32. Acts 15: 20. 
Saints should 

Keep from. Jos. 23: 7. 1 Jno. 5: 21. 

Flee from. 1 Cor. 10:14. 

Not have any thing connected with, 
in their houses. Deu. 7 : 26. 

Not partake of any thing connect- 
ed with. ICor. 10:19, 20. 

Not have religious intercourse 
with those who practice. Jos. 23: 
7. 1 Cor. 5:11. 

Not covenant with those who 
practice. Exo.34: 12, 15. Deu. 7: 2. 

Not intermarry with those who 
practice. Exo. 34:16. Deu. 7:3. 

Testify against. Acts 14 : 15. Acts 
19 : 26. 

Befuse to engage in, though threat- 
ened with death. Dan. 3:18. 
Saints preserved by God from. 1 

Kin. 19: 18, with Bum. 11: 4. 
Saints refuse to receive the worship 

of. Acts 10:25, 26. Acts 14: 11— 15. 
Angels refuse to receive the worship 

of. Eev. 22 : 8, 9. 
Destruction of, promised. Eze. 36: 

25. Zee. 13:2. 
Every thing connected with, should 

be destroyed. Exo. 34 : 13. Deu. 7 : 

5. 2 Sam. 5:21. 2 Kin. 23:14. 
Woe denounced against. Hab. 2: 19. 
Curse denounced against. Deu. 27:15. 
Punishment of; 

"Judicial death. Deu. 17 : 2—5. 

Dreadful judgments which end in 
death. Jer. 8:2. Jer. 16:1— 11. 

Banishment. Jer. 8:3. Hos. 8:5 
—8. Amos 5: 26, 27. 

Exclusion from heaven. 1 Cor. 6: 
9,10. Eph. 5:5. Eev. 22:1.5. 

Eternal torments. Bev. 14 : 9 — 11. 
Bev. 21 : 8. 
Exemplified. IsraeU Exo. 32:1. 2 

Kin. 17:12. P/u7i-.sft)i('s, Jud. 16: 23. 

lllicah, Jud. 17: 4, 5. Jeruboum, 1 

Kin. 12:28. Maachah, 1 Kin. 15:13. 

Ahab, 1 Kin. 16:31. Jezebel, 1 Kin. 

18:19. Sennacherib, 2 Kin. 19:37. 

Manasseh, 2 Kin. 21 : 4 — 7. Avion, 2 

Kin. 21 : 21. Ahaz, 2 Chr.28: 3. Jwrfo/i, 

Jer. 11 : 13. Nebuchadnezzar, Dan. 

3:1. Belshazzar, Dan. 5:23. Peo- 
ple of Lystra, Acts 14: 11, 12. Atheni- 
ans, Acts 17 : 16. Ephesians, Acts 19 : 28. 
Zeal against— Exemplified. Asa, 1 



Kin. 15: 12. Josiah, 2 Kin. 23:5. 

Jehoshaphat, 2 Chr. 17 : 6. Israel, 2 

Chr. 31 : 1. il/ana^scft , 2 Chr. 33 : 15. 
All forms of, forbidden by the law of 

Moses. Exo. 20:4, 5. 
All heathen nations given up to. Psa. 

%: 5. Bom. 1 : 23, 25. 1 Cor. 12: 2. 
Led the heathen to think that their 

gods visited the earth in bodily 

shapes. Acts 14: 11. 
Led the heathen to consider their 

gods to have but a local influence. 

1 Kin. 20:23. 2 Kin. 17:26. 
Objects of; 

The heavenly bodies. 2 Kin. 23:5, 
Acts 7 : 42. 

Angels. Col. 2: 18. 

Departed spirits. 1 Sam. 28 : 14, 15. 

Earthly creatures. Bom. 1: 23. 

Images. Deu. 29: 17. Psa. 115:4. Isa. 
44:17. 
Temples built for. Hos. 8:14. 
Altars raised for. 1 Kin. 18:26. Hos. 

8:11. 
Accompanied by feasts. 2 Kin. 10: 20. 

1 Cor. 10:27,28. 
Objects of, worshipped 

With sacrifices. Num. 22: 40. 2 Kin. 
10 : 24. 

With libations. Isa. 57 : 6. Jer. 19 : 13. 

With incense. Jer. 48: 35. 

With prayer. 1 Kin. 18:26. Isa. 44: 
17. 

With singing and dancing. Exo. 32: 
18, 19. 1 Kin. 18: 26. (marg,) 1 Cor, 
10:7. 

By bowing to them. 1 Kin. 19: 18. 
2 Kin. 5:18. 

By kissing them. 1 Kin. 19: 18. Hos. 
13:2. 

By kissing the hand to them. Job 
31 : 26, 27. 

By cutting the flesh. 1 Kin. 18: 28. 

By burning children. Deu. 12: 31. 2 
Chr. 33: 6. Jer. 19: 4, 5. Eze. 16:21. 

In temples. 2 Kin. 5 : 18. 

On high places. Num. 22:41. Jer. 
2: 20. 

In groves. Exo. 34 : 13. 

Under trees. Isa. 57 : 5. Jer. 2: 20. 

In private houses. Jud. 17 : 4, 5. 

On the tops of houses. 2 Kin. 23: 12. 
Zep. 1:5. 

In secret places. Isa. 57: 8. 
Bites of, obscene and impure. Exo. 

32:25. Num. 25:1-3. 2 Kin. 17:9. 

Isa. ,57 : 6, 8, 9. 1 Pet. 4 : 3. 
Divination connected with. 2 Chr. 33: 

6. 
Victims sacrificed in, often adorned 

with garlands. Acts 14:13. 
Idols, &c. mentioned in Scriptuee; 

Adrammelech. 2 Kin. 17: 31. 

Anammelecli. 2 Kin. 17 : 31. 

Ashima. 2 Kin. 17:. 30. 

Ashtoreth. Jud. 2: 13. 1 Kin. 11 : 33. 

Baal. Jud. 2: 11—13. Jud. 6: 25. 



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Baal-berith. Jud. 8: 33. Jud. 9:4, 46. 

Baal-peor. Num. 2'>: 1—3. 

Baal-zebub. 2 Kin. 1 : 2, 1(5. 

Baal-zephon. Exo. 14 : 2. 

Bol. Jor. r)0:2. Jer. ,51 : 44. 

Cliemosh. Num. 21 : 29. 1 Kia. 11 :33. 

Chiun. Amos 5: 26. 

Dagon. Jud. 16: 23. 1 Sam. 5:1-3. 

Diana. Acts 19: 24, 27. 

Huzzab. Nah. 2: 7. 

Jupiter. Acts 14: 12. 

Mercury. Acts 14 : 12. 

Molecli or Milcom. Lev. 18: 21. 1 
Kin. 11 : .5, 33. 

Merodach. Jer. 50:2. 

Nergal. 2 Kin. 17: 30. 

Nebo. Isa. 46: 1. 

Nibhaz and Tartak. 2 Kin. 17: 31. 

Nisrocb. 2 Kin. 19:37. 

Queen of heaven. Jer. 44 : 17, 25. 

Remphan. Acts 7 : 43. 

Rimmon. 2 Kin. 5: 18. 

Succoth-benoth. 2 Kin. 17 : 30. 

Tammuz. Eze. 8: 14. 
Objects of, carried in procession. Isa. 

46 : 7. Amos 5 : 26. Acts 7 : 43. 
Early notice of, amongst God's pro- 
fessing people. Gen. 31 : 19, 30. Gen. 

35 : 1-4. Jos. 24 : 2. 
The Jews 

Practised, in Egypt. Jos. 24:14. 
Eze. 23:3, 19. 

Brought, out of Egypt with them. 
Eze. 23 : 8, with Acts 7 : 39—41. 

Forbidden to practice. Exo.20: 1—5. 
Exo. 23:24. 

Often mixed up, with God's wor- 
ship. Exo. 32 : 1—5. 1 Kin. 12 : 27,28. 

Followed the Canaanites in. Jud. 
2:11-13. 1 Chr. 5:2.5. 

Followed the Moabites in. Num. 25: 
1—3. 

Followed the Assyrians in. Eze. 16: 
28— .30. Eze. 23:5-7. 

Followed the Syrians in. Jud. 10:6. 
Adopted by SolonK>n. 1 Kin. 11 : 5—8. 
Adopted by the wicked kings. 1 Kin. 

21:26. 2 Kin. 21:21. 2 Chr. 28:2-4. 

2Chr. 33:3. 7. 
Example of the kings encouraged Is- 
rael in. 1 Kin. 12:30. 2 Kin. 21:11. 

2 Chr. 33:9. 
Great prevalence of, in Israel. Isa. 2: 

8. Jer. 2:28. Eze. 8:10. 
A virtual forsaking of God. Jer. 2: 

9-1.3. 
The good kings of Judah endeavored 

to destroy. 2 Chr. 15 : 16. 2 Chr. 34 : 7. 
Captivity of Israel on account of. 2 

Kin. 17:6— 18. 
Captivity of Judah on account of. 2 

Kin. 17 : 19—23. 

Ignorance of God. 
Ignorance of Christ is. Jno. 8:19. 
Evidenced by 
Want of love. 1 Jno. 4 : 8. 



Not keeping His commands. 1 Jno. 

2:4. 
Living in sin. Tit. 1 : 16. 1 Jno. 3 : 6. 

Leads to 
Error. Mat. 22 : 29. 
Idolatry. Isa. 44: 19. Acts 17: 29, 30. 
Alienation from God. Eph. 4: 18. 
Sinful lusts. 1 The. 4 : 5. 1 Pet. 1 : 14. 
Persecuting saints. Jno. 15 : 21. 
Jno. 16: 3. 

Is no excuse for sin. Lev. 4 : 2. Luke 
12 : 48. 

The wicked, in a state of. Jer. 9 : 3. 
Jno. 15 : 21. Jno. 17 : 25. Acts 17 : 30. 

The wicked choose. Job 21 : 14. Rom. 
1:28. 

Punishment of. Psa. 79: 6. 2 The. 
1:8. 

Ministers should 
Compassionate those in. Heb. 5: 

2. 2 Tim. 2: 24, 25. 
Labor to remove. Acts 17 : 23. 

Exemplified. Pharaoh, Exo. 5: 2. Is- 
raelites, Psa. 95: 10. Isa. 1 : 3. False 
prophets, Isa. 56: 10, 11. Jeu-s, Luke 
23 : 34. Nicodemus, Jno. 3 : 10. Gen- 
tiles, Gal. 4 : 8. Paul, 1 Tim. 1 : 13. 

Incense. 

Brought from Sheba. Jer. 6:20. 
Called frankincense. So. of Sol. 4: 

6, 14. 
An article of extensive commerce. 

Rev. 18:13. 
Common, not to be offered to God. 

Exo. 30:9. 
For God's service mixed with sweet 

spices. Exo. 25 : 6. Exo. 37 : 29. 
Receipt for mixing. Exo. 30: 34 — 36. 
None but priests to offer. Num. 16: 

40. Deu. 33 : 10. 
Offered 

In censers. Lev. 10: 1. Num. 16: 
17, 46. 

On the altar of gold. Ex. 30: 1, 6. 
Exo. 40:5. 

Morning and evening. Exo. 30: 
7: 8. 

Perpetually. Exo. 30:8. 

By the high priest in the most holy 
place on the day of atonement. 
Lev. 16: 12,13. 

With fire from oil the altar of 
burnt-ofiFering. Lev. 16: 12. Num. 
16; 46. 
Offering of, allotted to the priests. 

Luke 1 : 9, 
The Jews prayed at time of offering. 

Luke 1 : 10. 
Designed for atonement. Num. 16: 

46, 47. 
Put on meat offerings. Lev. 2 : 1, 2, 

15,16. Lev. 6:15. 
Levites had charge of. 1 Chr. 9 : 29. 
Used in idolatrous worship. Jer. 48: 

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The Jews 

Not accepted in offering, on ac- 
count of sin. Isa. 1: 13. Isa. 66:3. 

Offered, to idols on altars of brick. 
Isa. 65:3. 

Punished for offering, to idols. 2 
Chr. 34 : 25. 
Nadab and Abihu destroyed for of- 
fering, with strange fire. Lev. 10 : 

1,2. 
Korah and his company punished 

for offering. Num. 16 : 16—35. 
Uzziah punish for offering. 2 Chr. 

26 : 16—21. 
Presented to Christ by the wise men. 

Mat. 2:11. 
Illustrative of 

The merits of Christ. Rev. 8 : 3, 4. 

Prayer. Psa. 141 : 2. Mai. 1 : 11. 
Rev. 5:8. 

Industry, 

Commanded. Eph. 4: 28. 1 The. 4: 11. 
Required of man in a state of in- 
nocence. Gen. 2 : 15. 
Required of man after the fall. Gen. 

3:23. 
To be suspended on the Sabbath. 

Exo. 20:10. 
Characteristic of godly women. Pro. 

31 : 13, &c. 
Early rising necessary to. Pro. 31 : 15. 
Requisite tc supply 

Our own wants. Acts 20: 34. 1 The. 
2: 9. 

Want's of others. Acts 20: 35. Eph. 
4:28. 
The slothful devoid of. Pro. 24 : 30, 

31. 
Le.\ds to 

Increase of substance. Pro. 13:11. 

Affection of relatives. Pro. 31 : 28. 

General commendation. Pro. 31 : 31. 
Illustrated. Pro. 6:6— 8. 
Exemplified. Rachel, Gen. 29: 9. Jacob, 

Gen. 31 : 6. Jetliro''s daughters, Exo. 

2 : 10. Ruth, Ruth 2 : 2, 3. Jeroboam, 

IKin. 11:28. David, 1 Sam. 16: 11. 

Jeivish elders, Ezr. 6 : 14, 15. Dorcas, 

Acts 9 : 39. Paul, Acts 18 : 3. 1 Cor. 

4: 12 

Indwelling of the Holy Ghost» 
The. 

In His Church, as His temple. 1 Cor. 

3:16. 
In the body of saints, as His temple. 

1 Cor. 6 : 19. 2 Cor. 6 : 16. 
Promised to saints. Eze. 36 : 27. 
Saints enjoy. Isa. 63 : 11. 2 Tim. 1 : 14. 
Saints full of. Acts 6: 5. Eph. 5: 18. 

Is THE MEANS OF 

Quickening. Rom. 8: 11. 
Guiding. Jno. 16 : 13. Gal. 5 : 18. 
Fructifying. Gal. 5 : 22. 



A proof of being Christ's. Rom. 8: 9. 

IJno. 4: 13. 
A proof of adoption. Rom. 8: 15. 

Gal. 4:5. 
Is abiding. 1 Jno. 2 : 27. 
Those who have not 

Are sensual. Jude 19. 

.\re without Christ. Rom. 8: 9. 
Opposed by the carnal nature. Gal. 

5 : 17. 

Ingratitude. 

A characteristic of the wicked. Psa. 

38:20. 2 Tim. 3: 2. 
Often exhibited 

By relations. Job 19: 14. 

By servants. Job 19 : 15, 16. 

To benefactors. Psa. 109: 5. Ecc. 
9: 15. 

To friends in distress. Psa. 38: 11. 
Saints avoid the guilt of. Psa. 7 : 4, 5. 
Should be met with 

Prayer. Psa. 35 : 12, 13. Psa. 109 :4. 

Fathfulness. Gen. 31 : 38—42. 

Persevering love. 2 Cor. 12 : 15. 
Punishment of. Pro. 17 : 13. Jer. 18 : 

20, 21. 
Exemplified. Laban, Gen. 31 : 6, 7. 

Chief butler. Gen. 40: 23. Israel, Exo. 

17:4. Men of Keilah, 1 Sam. 23: .5, 

12. Saul, 1 Sam. 24: 17. Nabal, 1 

Sam. 25:5 — 11,21. Absalom, 2 Sam. 

15:6. Joash,2 Chr. 24:22. 

Ingratitude to God. 

A characteristic of the wicked. Rom. 

1:21. 
Inexcusable. Isa. 1 : 2, 3. Rom. 1 : 21. 
Unreasonable. Jer. 2: 5, 6, 31. Mic. 

6:2,3. 
Exceeding folly of. Deu. 32 : 6. 
Guilt of. Psa. 106: 7, 21. Jer 2:11—13. 
Prosperity likely to produce. Deu. 

31: 20. Deu. 32: 15. Jer. 5: 7—11. 
Warnings against. Deu. 8:11—14, 1 

Sam. 12:24,25. 
Punishment of. Neh. 9: 20-27. Hos. 

2:8,9. 
Illustrated. Isa. D: 1—7. Eze. 16:1-15. 
Exemplified. Israel, Deu. 32 : 18. Saul, 

1 Sam. 15: 17—19. David, 2 Sam. 12: 

7 — 9. Nebuchadnezzar, Dan. 5:18 — 21. 

Lepers, Luke 17 : 17, 18. 

Injustice. 

Forbidden. Lev. 19: 15, 35. Deu. IG: 19. 

Specially to be avoided towards 

The poor. Exo. 23 : 6. Pro. 22 : 16, 

22, 23. 
The stranger and fatherless. Exo. 

22: 21, 22. Deu. 24: 17. Jer. 22: 3. 
Servants. Job 31 : 13, 14. Deu. 24 : 
14. Jer. 22: 13. 
Of the least kind, condemned. Luke 
16:10. 



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God 

Regards. Ecc. .5 : 8. 

Approves not of. Lam. .3: 35, 36. 

Abominates. Pro. 17 : 15. Pro. 20: 10. 

Hears the cry of those who suffer. 
Jas. 5: 4. 

Provoked to avenge. Psa. 12:5. 
Brings a curse. Deu. 27 : 17, 19. 
A bad example leads to. Exo. 23:2. 
Intemperance leads to. Pro. 31 : 5. 
Covefousncss leads to. Jer. 6: 13. Eze. 

22:12. iMic. 2:2. 
Saints should 

Hate. Pro. 29:27. 

Testify against. Psa. .58: 1, 2. Mic. 
3:8,9. 

Bear, patiently. 1 Cor. 6: 7. 

Take no vengeance for. Mat. 5 : 39. 
The wicked 

Deal with. Isa. 26: 10. 

Judge with. Psa. 82:2. Ecc. 3:16. 
Hab. 1:4. 

Practice, without shame. Jer. 6 
13,15. Zep. 3:5. 
Punishment of. Pro. 11: 7. Pro. 28: 8 

Amos 5 : 11, 12. Amos 8: 5, 8. 1 The 

4:6. 
Exemplified. Potiphar, Gen. 39: 20, 

Sons of SaniMel, 1 Sam. 8 : 3. Atiab, 1 

Kin. 21 : 10, 15, 16. Jews, Isa. 59 : 14 

Princes, t&c. Dan. 6: 4. Judas, Mat 

27 : 4. Pilate, Mat. 27 : 24—26. Priests, 

ili-c. Acts 4 : 3. Festus, Acts 24 : 27. 

Insects. 

Created by God. Gen. 1 : 24, 25. 
Divided into 
Clean and fit for food. Lev. 11 : 21, 

*'2 
Unclean and abominable. Lev. 11 : 

23, 24. 
Mentioned in Scripture; 
Ant. Pro. 6:6. Pro. 30: 25. 
Bee. Jud. 14:8. Psa. 118:12. Isa. 

7:18. 
Beetle. Lev. 11 : 22. 
Caterpillar. Psa. 78:46. Isa. 33:4. 
Cankerworm. Joel 1: 4. Nah. 3: 

15, 16. 
Earthworm. Job 25: 6. Mic. 7: 17. 
Flea. 1 Sam. 24:14. 
Fly. Exo. 8 : 22. Ecc. 10 : 1. Isa. 7 : 

18. 
Gnat. Mat. 23:24. 
Grasshopper. Lev. 11:22. Jud. 6: 

5. Job 39 : 20. 
Hornet. Deu. 7 : 20. 
Locust. Exo. 10 : 12, 13. 
Bald locust. Lev. 11 : 22. 
Lice. Exo. 8 : 16. Psa. 105 : 31. 
Maggot. Exo. 16:20. 
Moth. Job4:19. Job 27: 18. Isa. 

50:9. 
Palmer-worm. Joel 1 : 4. Amos 4 : 9. 
Spider. Job 8: 14. Pro. 30:28. 
Fed by God. Psa. 104 : 25, 27. Psa. 
145:9,15. 



Inspiration of the Holy Ghost, 
The. 

Foretold. Joel 2: 28, with Acts 2; 

16—18. 
All Scripture given by. 2 Sam. 23: 2. 

2 Tim. 3:16. 2 Pet. 1 : 21. 
Design of; 
To reveal future events. Acts 1 : 16. 

Acts 28: 25. 1 Pet. 1:11. 
To reveal the mysteries of God. 

Amos 3: 7. 1 Cor. 2:10. 
To give power to ministers. Mic. 

3:8. Actbl:8. 
To direct ministers. Eze. 3: 24—27. 

Acts 11: 12. Acts 13:2. 
To control ministers. Acts 16 : 6. 
To testify against sin. 2 Kin. 17: 
13. Neh. 9: 30. Mic. 3: 8. Jno. 
16:8,9. 
Modes of; 
Various. Heb. 1:1. 
By secret impulse. Jud. 13: 25. 2 

Pet. 1 : 21. 
By a voice. Isa. 6:8. Acts 8: 29. 

Rev. 1 : 10. 
By visions. Num. 12 : 6. Eze. 11 : 24. 
By dreams. Num. 12:6. Dan. 7:1. 
Necessary to prophesying. Num. 11: 

25—27, 2Chr. 20:14— 17. 
Is irresistible. Amos 3: 8. 
Despisers of, punished. 2 Chr. 36 : 15, 
16. Zee. 7 : 12. 

Iron. 

Dug out of the earth. Job 28 : 2. 
Described as 

Strong and durable. Job 40: 18. 
Dan. 2:40. 

Fusible. Eze. 22:20. 

Malleable. Isa. 2 : 4. 
Of greater gravity than water. 2 

Kin. 6: 5. 
Admits of a high polish. Eze. 27: 19. 
Hardened into steel. 2 Sam. 22: 35. 

Job 20: 24. 
Of small comparative value. Isa. 60: 

17. 
The land of Canaan abounded with. 

Deu. 8: 9. Deu. 33: 25. (marg.) 
From the north hardest and best. 

Jer. 15:12. 
Used from the earliest age. Gen. 4:22. 
Made into 

Armor. 2 Sam. 23 : 7. Rev. 9 : 9. 

Weapons of war. 1 Sam. 13: 19. 1 
Sam. 17: 7. 

Chariots. Jud. 4:3. 

Implements for husbandry. 1 Sam. 
13:20,21. 2 Sam. 12:31. 

Tools for artificers. Jos. 8:31. 1 
Kin. 6:7. 

Graving tools. Job 19: 24. Jer. 17: 1. 

Gates. Acts 12: 10. 

Nails and hinges. 1 Chr. 22 : 3. 

Bars. Psa. 107 : 16. Isa . 45 : 2. 



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JER. 



Fetters. Psa. 105 : 18. Psa. 149 : 8. 

Yokes. Deu. 28 : 48. Jer. 28 : 13, 14. 

Idols. Dan. 5 : 4, 23. 

Bedsteads. Deu. 3:11. 

Pillars. Jer. 1 : 18. 

Rods. Psa. 2:9. Rev. 2:27. 
Sharpens things made of it. Pro. 27: 

17. 
Working in, a trade. 1 Sam. 13:19. 

2 Chr. 2 : 7, 14. 
An article of commerce. Eze. 27 : 12, 

19. Rev. 18:12. 
Great quantity of, provided for the 

temple. 1 Chr. 22 : 3, 14, 16. 1 Chr. 

29 : 2. 
Taken in war often dedicated to God. 

Jos. 6 : 19, 24. 
Mode of purifying, taken in war. 

Num. 31:21—23. 
Miraculously made to swim. 2 Kin. 

6:6. 
Illustrative 

Of strengtli. Dan. 2: 33, 40. 

Of stubbornness. Isa. 48:4. 

Of severe affliction. Deu. 4 : 20. 
Psa. 107 : 10. 

Of a hard barren soil. Deu. 28 : 23. 

Of severe exercise of power. Psa. 
2:9. Rev. 2:27. 

(Seared with,) of insensibility of 
conscience. 1 Tim. 4 : 2. 

Islunaclitcs, The. 

Descended from Abraham's son, Ish- 

mael. Gen. 16: 15, 16. 1 Chr. 1 : 28. 
Divided into twelve tribes. Gen. 25 : 

16. 
Heads of tribes of. Gen. 25 : 13—15. 

1 Chr. 1 : 29-31. 
Called 

Hagarites. 1 Chr. 5 : 10. 

Hagarenes. Psa. 83:6. 

Arabians. Isa. 13:20. 
Original possessions of. Gen. 25 : 18. 
Governed by kings. Jer. 25 : 24. 
Dwelt in tents. Isa. 13 : 20. 
Rich in cattle. 1 Chr. 5 : 21. 
Wore ornaments of gold. Jud. 8: 24. 
Were the merchants of the east. Gen. 

37 : 25. Eze. 27 : 20, 21. 
Traveled in large companies or car- 
avans. Gen. 37 : 25. Job 6 : 19. 
Waylaid and plundered travellers. 

Jer. 3:2. 
Often confederate against Israel. 

Psa. 83 : 6. 
Overcome by 

Gideon. Jud. 8: 10—24. 

Reubenites and Gadites, 2 Chr. 5 : 
10, 18—20. 

Uzziah. 2thr.20:7. 
Sent presents to Solomon. 1 Kin. 10: 

15. 2 Chr. 9:, 14. 
Sent flocks to ' Jehoshaphat. 2 Chr. 

17:11. 
Peedictions respecting ; 



To be numerous. Gen. 16 : 10. Gen, 

17 : 20. 
To be wild and savage. Gen. 16:12. 
To be warlike and predatory. Gen. 

16 : 12. 
To be divided into twelve tribes. 

Gen. 17 : 20. 
To continue independent. Gen. 16: 

12. 
To be a great nation. Gen. 21 : 13, 

18. 
To be judged with the nations, 

Jer. 25:23—25. 
Their glory, &c. to be diminished. 

Isa. 21 : 13—17. 
Their submission to Christ. Psa. 

72: 10,15. 
Probably preached to by St. Paul. 
Gahl:17. 

Issachar, The Tribe of. 

Descended from Jacob's fifth son. 

Gen.30:17, 18. 
Predictions respecting. Gen. 49:14. 

15, Deu. 33 : 18, 19. 
Persons selected from. 

To number the people. Num. 1:8. 

To spy out the land. Num. 13: 7. 

To divide the land. Num. 34: 26. 
Strength of, on leaving Egypt. Num. 

1:28,29. Num.2: 6. 
Encamped under the standard of 

Judah east of the tabernacxe. 

Num. 2: 5. 
Next to and under standard of Judah 

in the journeys of Israel. Nuai. 

10:14, 15. 
Offering of, at the dedication. Num. 

7 : 18—23. 
Families of. Num. 26:23,24. 
Strength of, on entering Canaan. 

Num. 26: 2.5. 
On Gerizim said amen to the bless- 
ings. Deu. 27 : 12. 
Bounds of their inheritance. Jos. 19 : 

17—23. 
Assisted Deborah against Sisera, 

Jud. 5: 15. 
OtBcers of, appointed by David. 1 

Chr. 27: 18. 
Officers of, appointed by Solomon. I 

Kin. 4:17. 
Some of, at David's coronation. 1 

Chr. 12: 32. 
Number of wariors belonging to, iu 

David's time. 1 Chr. 7 : 2, 5. 
Many of, at Hezekiab's passover. 2 

Chr. 30 : 18. 
Remarkable persons of. Jud. 10:1. 

1 Kin. 15:27. 

Jerusalem. 
The ancient Salem. Gen. 14: 18. Psa, 

70:2. 
The ancient Jebusi or Jebus. Jos, 
15:8. Jos, 18:28. Jud. 19:10. 



JER. 



JER. 



Tho king of, defeated and slain by 

Joshua. Jos. 10 : 5 -23, 
Allotted to the tribe of Benjamin. 

Jos. 18:28. 
Partly taken and burned by Judah. 

Jud. 1 : 8. 
The Jebusites 

Formerly dwelt in. Jud. 19: 10. 11. 

Held possession of, with Judah 
and Benjamin. Jos. 1.j:63. Jud. 
1:21. 

Finally dispossessed of, by David. 
2 Sam. 5 : 6—8. 
Enlarged by David. 2 Sam. 5:9. 
Made the royal city. 2 Sam. 3:9. 2 

Sam. 20:. 3. 
Specially chosen by God. 2 Chr. 6: 

6. Psa. 1.35:21. 
The seat of government under the 

Romans for a time. Mat. 27: 2, 19. 
Roman government transferred from, 

to Caesarea. Acts 23 : 23, 24. Acts 

25 : 1-13. 
Called 

City uf God. Psa. 46:4. Psa. 48:1. 

Citvof th.> Lord. Isa.60:14. 

City of Ju.lah. 2 Chr. 2.-) : 28. 

City of the great king. Psa. 48.2. 
Mat. 5 : 5 

City o'f solemnities. Isa. 33 : 20. 

City of righteousness. Isa. 1 : 26. 

City of truth. Zee. 8:3. 

A city not forsaken. Isa. 62:12. 

Faithful city. Isa. 1:21, 26. 

Holy city. Neh. 11: 1. Isa. 48:2. 
Mat. 4 : 5. 

Throne of the Lord. Jer. 3 : 17. 

Zion. Psa. 48 : 12. Isa. .33 : 20. 

Ziou of the holy one of Israel. Isa. 
60:14. 
Surrounded by mountains. Psa. 123 : 

o 

Surrounded by a wall. 1 Kin. 3 : 1. 
Protected by forts and bulwarks. 

Psa. 48 : 12, 1.3. 
Entered by gates. Psa. 122 : 2. Jer. 

17:19—21. 
Hezekiah made an aqueduct for. 2 

Kin. 20 : 20. 
Spoils of war placed in. 1 Sam. 17 : 

54. 2 Sam. 8:7. 
De,scribed as 

Beautiful for situation. Psa. 48: 2. 

Compact. Psa. 122:3. 

Comely. So. of Sol. 6: 4. 

The perfection of beauty. Lam. 2: 
13. 

Joy of the whole earth. Psa. 48: 2. 
Lam. 2: 13. 

Princess among the provinces. 
Lam. 1 : 1. 

Great. Jer. 22 : 8. 

Populous. Lam. 1:1. 

Full of business and tumult. Isa, 
22 : 3. 

Wealth, &c. in the time of Solomon, 
iKin. 10:26,27. 



Protected by God. Isa. 31 : 5. 
Instances of God's care and protec- 
tion of. 2 Sam. 24:16. 2 Kin. 19: 
32-34. 2 Chr. 12:7. 
The temple built in. 2 Chr. 3: 1. 

Psa. 68:29, 
The Jews 
Went up to, at the feasts. Luke 

2:42, with Psa. 122:4. 
Loved. Psa. 137:3, 6. 
Lamented the affliction of. Neh. 

1 : 2-4. 
Prayed for prosperity of. Psa. 51 : 

18. Psa. 122:6. 
Prayed towards. Dan. 6: 10, with 
1 Kin. 8 : 44. 
Wickedness of. Isa. 1:1—4. Jer. 5: 

1—5. Mic. 3 : 10. 
Idolatry of. 2 Chr. 28: 24. Eze, 8: 

7—10. 
Wickedness of, the cause of its 
calamities. 2 Kin. 21: 12-15, 2 
Chr. 24:.18. Lam. 1: 8. Eze. 5: 
5-8. 
Was the tomb of the prophets. Luke 

13: 33, .34. 
Christ 
Preached in. Luke 21 ; 37, 38. Jno. 

18 : 20. 
Did many miracles in. Jno. 4:4.3, 
Publicly entered, as king. Mat. 21 : 

9, 10. 
Lamented over. Mat. 23:37. Luke 

19:41. 
Put to death at. Luke 9 31. Acts 
13:27, 29. 
Gospel first preached at. Luke 24 : 

47. Acts 2 : 14. 
Miraculous gift of the Holy Ghost 
first given at. Acts 1 : 4. Acts 2 : 
1—3, 
Persecution of the Christian church 
commenced at. Acts 4: 1, Acts 
8:1, 
First Christian council held at. Acts 

15 : 4, 6. 
Calamities of, mentioned; 
Taken and plundered by Shishak. 
IKin. 14: 2,3,26. 2 Chr. 12:1—4. 
Taken and plundered by Jehoash 
king of Israel. 2 Kin. 14:13,14. 
Besieged but not taken by Rezin 
and Pekah. Isa, 7:1. 2 Kin. 
16:5. 
Besieged but not taken by Sen- 
nacherib. 2 Kin. 18: 17, and 2 
Kin. 19 ch. 
Taken and made tributary by 
Pharaoh-Xecho. 2 Kin. 23: 33— 33. 
Besieged by Nebuchadnezzar, 2 

Kin. 24: 10,11. 
Taken and burned by Nebuchad- 
nezzar, a Kin. 23 ch. Jer. 39: 1—8. 
Threatened by Sanballat. Neh. 4: 
7,8. 
Rebuilt after the capivity by order 
of Cyrus. Ezr. 1 : 1—4. 



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Prophecies respecting, 
To be taken by king of Babylon, 

Jer. 20 : 5. 
To be made a heap of ruins. Jer. 

9:11. Jer. 26:18. 
To bo a wilderness. Isa. 64 : 10. 
To be rebuilt by Cyrus. Isa. 44: 

26-28. 
To be a quiet habitation. Isa. 33 : 

20. 
To be a terror to her enemies. Zee. 

12:2,3. 
Christ to enter, as king. Zee. 9:9. 
The gospel to go forth from. Isa, 

2:3. Isa. 40:9. 
To be destroyed by the Romans. 

Luke 19: 42-44. 
Its capture accompanied by severe 

calamities. Mat. 24: 21, 29. Luke 

21:23,24. 
Signs preceding its destruction. 

Mat. 24:6-15. Luke 21:7-11,25, 

28. 
Illustrative 
Of the church. Gal. 4:25, 26. Heb. 

12 : 22. 
Of the church glorified. Rev. 3: 12. 

Rev. 21:2, 10. 
(Its strong position,) of saints un- 
der God's protection. Psa. 125: 2. 

Jews, The. 
Descended from Abraham. Isa. 51: 2. 

Jno. 8:39. 
Divided into twelve tribes. Gen. 35: 

22. Gen. 49:28. 
Called 

Hebrews. Gen. 14: 13. Gen. 40: 15. 
2 Cor. 11:22. 

Israelites. Exo. 9:7. Jos. 3:17. 

Seed of Abraham. Psa. 105 : 6. Isa. 
41:8. 

Seed of Jacob. Jer. 33 : 26. 

Seed of Israel. 1 Chr. 10 : 13. 

Children of Jacob. 1 Chr. 16 : 13. 

Children of Israel. Gen. 50: 25. 
Isa. 27 : 12. 

Jeshurun. Deu. 32:15. 
Chosen and loved by God. Deu. 7: 

6,7. 
Circumcised in token of their cove- 
nant relation. Gen. 17: 10, 11. Acts 

7:8. 
Separated from all other nations. 

Exo. 33: 16. Lev. 20: 24. 1 Kin. 8: 53. 
Described as 

A peculiar people. Deu. 14: 2. 

A peculiar treasure. Exo. 19: 5, 
Psa. 135 : 4. 

A holy nation. Exo. 19: 6. 

A holy people. Deu. 7: 6. Deu. 
i4:21. 

A kingdom of priests. Exo. 19:6. 

A special people. Deu. 7:6. 

The Lord's portion. Deu. 32:9. 
Sojourned in Egypt. Exo. 12: 40, 41. 
Brought out of Egypt by God. Exo. 



12:42. Deu. 5:15. Deu. 6:12. 
In the desert forty years. "Num. 14: 

33. Jos. 5 : 6. 
Settled in Canaan. Num. 32: 88. Jos. 

14:1—5. 
Under the theocracy until the time 

of Samuel. Exo. 19 : 4—6, with 1 Sam. 

8:7. 
Desired and obtained kings. 1 Sam. 

8 : 5, 22. 
Divided into two kingdoms after 

Solomon. 1 Kin. 11: 31, 32. 1 Kin. 

12 : 19, 20. 
Often subdued and made tributary. 

Jud. 2:13, 14. Jud. 4:2. Jud.G:2, 

6. 2 Kin. 23:33. 
Taken captive to Assyria and Baby- 
lon. 2 Kin. 17: 23. 2 Kin. 18:11. 2 

Kin. 24:16. 2 Kin. 25:11. 
Restored to their own land by Cyrus. 

Ezr. 1 : 1—4. 
Had courts of justice. Deu. 16: 18. 
Had an ecclesiastical establishment. 

Exo. 28: 1. Num. 18: 6. Mai. 2: 

4—7. 
Had a series of prophets to promote 

national reformation. Jer. 7 : 25. 

Jer. 26 : 4, 5. Jer. 35 : 15. Jer. 44 : 4. 

Eze. 38: 17. 
The only people who had knowledge 

of God. Psa. 76: 1, with 1 The. 4: 

5. Psa. 48: 3, with Rom. 1 : 28. 
The only people who worshipped 

God. Exo. 5: 17, with Psa. 96: 5. 

Psa. 115:3, 4. Jno. 4:22. 
Religion of, according to rites pre- 
scribed by God. Lev. 18: 4. Deu. 

12:8-11. Heb. 9:1. 
Religion of, typical. Heb. 9: 8—11. 

Heb. 10:1. 
Their national greatness. Gen. 12 : 2. 

Deu. 33 : 29. 
Theirnational privileges. Rom. 3:2. 

Rom. 9: 4, 5. 
Their vast numbers. Gen. 22: 17. 

Num. 10:36. 
National character of; 

Pride of descent, &c. Jer. 13: 9. 
Jno. 8 : 33, 41. 

Love of country. Psa. 137 : 6. 

Fondness for their brethren. Exo. 
2:11,12. Rom. 9: 1—3. 

Attachment to Moses. Jno. 9: 28, 
29. Acts 6: 11. 

Attachment to customs of the law 
Acts 6 : 14. Acts 21 : 21. Acts 22 : 3. 

Fondness for traditionary customs. 
Jer. 44: 17. Eze. 20: 18, 30, with 
21 V. Mar. 7 : 3, 4. 

Stubborn and stifl'necked. Exo. 32: 
9. Acts 7: 51. 

Prone to rebellion. Deu. 9: 7, 24, 
Isa. 1 : 2. 

Prone to -backsliding. Jer. 2: 11 
—13. Jer. S : 5. 

Prone to idolatry. Isa. 2: 8. Isa, 
57 : 5. 



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JEW. 



Prono to formality in religion, Isa. 

29 : 13. EzG. 33 : 31. Mat. 15 : 7—9. 

Self-righteous. Isa. 6.5: 5. Kom. 

10:3. 
Unfaithful to covenant engage- 
ments. Jer. 3 : 6-8. Jer. 31 : 32. 
Eze. 16:59. 
Ungrateful to God. Deu. 32: 15. 

Isa. 1:2. 
Ignorant of the true sense of Scrip- 
ture. Acts 13 : 27. 2 Cor. 3 : 13-15. 
Distrustful of God. Num. 11: 11. 

Psa. 78:22. 
Covetous. Jer. 6:13. Eze. 33: 31. 

Mic. 2:2. 
Cowardly. Exo. 14: 10. Num. 14: 
3. Isa. 51 : 12. 
Trusted to their privile#ss for salva- 

vatiou. Jer. 7:4. Mat. 3:9. 
Distinction of castes amongst, no- 
ticed. Isa. 65: 5. Luke 7: 39. Luke 
15:2. Acts 26: 5. 
Degenerated as they increased in 

national greatness. Amos 6:4. 
Often displeased God by their sins. 
Num. 25:3. Deu. 32:16. 1 Kin. 16: 
2. Isa. 1: 4. Isa. 5:24, 25. 
A spiritual seed rf true believers al- 
ways amongst. 1 Kin. 19:18. Isa. 
6:13. Rom. 9:6, 7. Rom. 11: 1, 5. 
Modern, divided into 
Hebrews or pure Jews. Acts 6: 1. 

Phi. 3:5. 
Hellenists or Grecians. Acts 6:1. 

Acts 9: 29. 
Many sects and parties. Mat. 16: 6. 
Mar. 8: 15. 
An agricultural people. Gen. 46: 32. 
A commercial people. Eze. 27 : 17. 
Obliged to unite against enemies. 
Num. 32: 20-22. Jud. 19: 29, with 20 
ch. 1 Sam. 11 : 7, 8. 
Often distinguished in war. Jud. 7: 
19-23. 1 Sam. 14:6-13. 1 Sam. 17: 
32,33. Neh.4:16-22. 
Strengthened By God in war. Lev. 20: 

7,8. Jos. 5:13,14. Jos. 8: 1,2. 
Under God's special protection. Deu. 
32: 10, 11. Deu. 33: 27-29. Psa. 105: 
13—15. Psa. 121:3-5. 
Enemies of, obliged to acknowledge 
them as divinely protected. Jos. 2: 
9—11. Est. 6:13. 
Prohibited from 
Associating with others. Acts 10: 28. 
Covenanting with others. Exo. 23: 

32. Deu. 7:2. 
Marrying with others. Deu. 7 : 3. 

Jos. 23: 12. 
Following practices of others. Deu. 
12:29-31. Deu. 18:9—14. 
Despised all strangers. 1 Sam. 17: 36. 

Mat. 16:26,27. Eph. 2: 11. 
Held no intercourse with strangers. 

Jno. 4 : 9. Acts 11 : 2, 3. 
Condemned for associating with 
other nations. Jud. 2 : 1—3. Jer. 2 : 18. 



Received proselytes from other na- 
tions. Acts 2: 10, with Exo. 12:44,48. 
Gentiles made one with, under the 

gospel. Acts 10: 15, 28. Acts 15: 8, 9. 

Gal. 3:28. Eph. 2: 14-16. 
All other nations 

Envied. Neh. 4:1. Isa. 26:11. Eze. 
35:11. 

Hated. Psa. 44 : 10. Eze. 35 : 5. 

Oppressed. Exo. 3:9. Jud. 2:18. 
Jud. 4:3. 

Persecuted. Lam. 1 : 3. Lam. 5: 5. 

Rejoiced at calamities of. Psa. 44: 
13, 14. Psa. 80: 5, 6. Eze. 36: 4. 
None hated or oppressed, with im- 
punity. Psa. 137 : 8, 9. Eze. 25: 15, 16. 

Eze. 35 : 6. Oba. 10-16 vs. 
Christ 

Prt)mised to. Gen. 49: 10. Dan. 9: 25. 

Expected by. Psa. 14: 7. Mat. 11-: 3. 
Luke 2 : 25, 38. Jno. 8: ,56. 

Regarded as the restorer of nation- 
al greatness. Mat. 20:21. Luke 24: 
21. Acts 1:6. 

Sprang from, Rom. 9: 5. Heb. 7: 14. 

Rejected by. Isa. 53:3. Mar. 6:3. 
Jno. 1 : 11. 

Murdered by. Acts 7 :.52. 1 The. 2 : 15. 
Imprecated the blood of Christ upon 

themselves and their children. Mat. 

27 : 25. 
Many of, believed the gospel. Acts 21: 

20. 
Unbelieving, persecuted the Chris- 
tians. Acts 17 : 5, 13. 1 The. 2 : 14-16. 
Cast off for unbelief. Rom. 11 : 17, 20. 
Scattered and peeled. Isa. 18 : 2, 7. 

Jas. 1:1. 
Shall finally be saved. Rom. 11 : 26, 27. 
Punishment of, for rejecting and 

killing Christ, illustrated. Mat. 21: 

37-43. 
Descendants of Abraham. Psa. 105:6. 

Isa, ,51 : 2. Jno. 8 : 33. Rom. 9 : 7. 
The people of God. Deu. 32:9. 2 Sam. 

7 : 24. Isa. 51 : 16. 
Separated to God. Exo. 33: 16. Num. 

23:9. Deu. 4: 34. 
Beloved for their fathers' sake. Deu. 

4: 37. Deu. 10: 15, with Rom. 11 : 28. 
Christ descended from. Jno. 4:22. 

Rom, 9:5. 
The objects of 

God's love. Deu. 7:8. Deu. 23:5. 
Jer. 31 : 3. 

God's choice. Deu. 7 : 6. 

God's protection, Psa. 105 : 15. Zee. 
2:8. 
The covenant established with. Exo, 

6:4. Exo. 24:6— 8. Exo. 34:27. 
Promises respecting, made to 

Abraham. Gen. 12:1— 3. Gen. 13: 
14—17. Gen. 15:18. Gen. 17:7, 8. 

Isaac. Gen. 26:2— 5, 24. 

Jacob. Gen. 28 : 12—15. Gen.35 : 9—12. 

Themselves. Exo. 6:7, 8. Exo. 19: 
5,6. Deu. 26:18, 19. 



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Privileges of. Psa. 76: 1, 2. Rom. 3: 

1,2. Rom. 9:4, 5. 
Punished for 
Idolatry. Psa. 78: 58— 64. Isa. 65: 

3-7. 
Unbelief. Rom. 11 : 20. 
Breaking covenant. Isa. 24: 5. Jer. 

11 : 10. 
Transgressing tbe law. Isa. 1 : 4, 7. 

Isa. 24:5, 6. 

Changing the ordinances. Isa. 24:5. 

Killing the prophets. Mat. 23 : 37, 38. 

Imprecating upon themselves the 

blood of Christ. Mat. 27 : 2.5. 

Scattered among the nations. Deu. 

28 : 64. Eze. 6 : 8. Eze. 36 : 19. 
Despised by the nations. Eze. 36: 3. 
Their country trodden under foot by 
the Gentiles. Deu. 28:49— 52. Luke 
21 : 24. 
Their house left desolate. Mat. 24:38. 
Deprived of civil and religious privi- 
leges. Hos. 3: 4. 
Denunciations against those who 
Cursed. Gen. 27 : 29. Num. 24 : 9. 
Contended with. Isa. 41:11. Isa. 

49:25. 
Oppressed. Isa. 49:26. Isa. 51: 

21-23. 
Hated. Psa. 129 : 5. Eze. 35 : 5, 6. 
Aggravated the afflictions of. Zee. 

1 : 14, 15. 
Slaughtered. Psa. 79: 1—7. Eze. 
35 : 5, 6. 
God, mindful of. Psa. 98 : 3. Isa. 49 : 

15, 16. 
Christ was sent to. Mat. 15 : 24. Mat. 

21 : 37. Acts 3 : 20, 22, 26. 
Compassion of Christ for. Mat. 23: 

37. Luke 19: 41. 
The gospel preached to, first. Mat. 

10:6. Luke 24: 47. Acts 1:8. 
Blessedness of blessing. Gen. 27 : 29. 
Blessedness of favoring. Gen. 12 : 3. 

Psa. 122:6. 
Pray importunately for. Psa. 122: 6. 
Isa. 62 : 1, 6, 7. Jer. 31 : 7. Rom. 10 : 1. 
Saints remember. Psa. 102:14. Psa. 

137 : 5. Jer. 51 : .50. 
Promises respecting. 
The pouring out of the Spirit upon 

them. Eze. 39 : 29. Zee. 12 : 10. 
The removal of their blindness. 

Rom. 11 : 25. 2 Cor. 3 : 14—16. 
Their return and seeking to God. 

Hos. 3 : 5. 
Their humiliation for the rejection 

of Christ. Zee. 12:10. 
Pardon of sin. Isa. 44 : 22. Rom. 

11:27. 
Salvation. Isa. 59:20, with Rom. 

11 : 26. 
Sanctification. Jer. 33:8. Eze. 36: 

25. Zee. 12:1,9. 
Joy occasioned by conversion of. 
Isa. 44 : 23. Isa. 49 : 13. Isa. 52 : 8, 
9. Isa. 66:10. 



Blessing to the Gentiles by conver- 
sion of. Isa. 2:1 — 5. Isa. 60:5. 
Isa. 66:19. Rom. 11 : 12, 15. 

Re-union of. Jer. 3:18. Eze. 37: 
16, 17, 20-22. Hos. 1:11. Mic. 
2: 12. 

Restoration to their own land. Isa. 
11:15, 16. Isa. 14:1— 3. Isa. 27: 
12:13. Jer. 16:14,15. Eze. 36: 24. 
Eze. 37:21, 25. Eze. 39:25, 28. 
Luke 21 : 24. 

Gentiles assisting in their restora- 
tion. Isa. 49 : 22, 23. Isa. 60: 10, 
14. Lsa. 61 : 4—6. 

Subjection of Gentiles to. Isa. 60: 
11, 12, 14. 

Future glory of. Isa. 60: 19. Isa. 
62 : 3, 4. » Zep. 3 : 19. 20. Zee. 2 : 5. 

Future prosperity of. Isa. 60:6, 7, 
9, 17. Isa. 61 : 4—6. Hos. 14 : 5, 6. 

That Christ shall appear amongst. 
Lsa. 59:20. Zee. 14:4. 

That Christ shall dwell amongst. 
Eze. 43:7, 9. Zee. 2:11. 

That Christ shall reign over. Eze. 
34 : 23, 24. Eze. 37 : 24 25. 
Conversion of, illustrated. Eze. 37: 

1—14. Rom. 11: 24. 

Jordan, The River. 
Eastern boundary of Canaan. Num. 

34 : 12. 
Often overflowed. Jos. 3:15. 1 Chr. 

12 : 15. 
Overflowing of, called the swelling of 

Jordan. Jer. 12 : 5. Jer. 49 : 19. 
Empties itself into the Dead Sea. 

Num. 34:12. 
The plains of, 
Thickly wooded. 2 Kin. 6 : 2. 
Exceeding fertile. Gen. 13:10. 
Infested with lions. Jer. 49: 19. 

Jer. 50:44. 
Afforded clay for molding brass, 

&c. 1 Kin. 7:46. 2 Chr. 4:17. 
Chosen by Lot for a residence. 
Gen. 13:11. 
Fordable in some places. Jos. 2: 7. 

Jud. 12: 5,6. 
Ferry boats often used on. 2 Sam. 

19:18. 
Remarkable events connected 
with; 

Division of its waters to let Israel 

pass over. Jos. 3 : 12—16. Jos. 5 : 1. 

Return of its waters to their place. 

Jos. 4 : 18. 
Slaughter of Moabites. Jud. 3 : 28, 29. 
Slaughter of the Ephraimites. Jud. 

12 : 4—6. 
Its division by Elijah. 2 Kin. 2 : 8. 
Its division by Elisha. 2 Kin. 2 : 14. 
Healing of Naaman the leper. 2 

Kin. 5: 10, 14. 
Baptism of multitudes by John tbe 
Baptist. Mat. 3: 6. Mar. 1: 5. 
Jno. 1 : 28. 



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Baptism of our Lord. Mat. 3: 13, 

1.'). Mar. l:y. 
Passage of Israel over, 
Promised. Deu. 4:22. Deu. 9: 1. 

Deu. 11 : 31. 
In ail appointed order. Jos. 3: 1—8. 
Preceded bv priests with the ark. 

Jos. 3:6, II, 14. 
Successfully effected. Jos. 3: 17. 

Jos. 4:1,10, 11. 
Commemorated by a pillar of 

stones raised in it. Jos. 4: 9. 
Commemorated by a pillar of 

stones in Gilgal. Jos. 4: 2—8, 20 

-24. 
Alluded to. Psa. 74:15. Psa. 114: 

3,5. 
A pledge that God would drive the 

Canaanites, &c. out of their laud. 

Jos. 3:10. 
The Jews had great pride in. Zee. 

11:3. 
Despised by foreigners. 2 Kin. 5: 12. 
Moses uot allowed to cross. Deu. 3: 
27. Deu. 31:2. 

Joy. 

God gives. Ecc. 2 : 26. Psa. 4 ; 7. 
Christ appointed to give. Isa. 61: 3. 
Is a fruit of the Spirit. Gal. 5 : 22. 
Tho gospel, good tidings of. Luke 2: 

10, 11. 
God's word aflords. Neh. 8: 12. Jer. 

15 : 16. 
The gospel to be received with. 1 

The. 1: 6. 
Promised to saints. Psa. 132:16. Isa. 

35:10. Isa. 55:12. Isa. 56:7. 
Prepared for saints. Psa. 97 : 11. 
Enjoined to saints. Psa. 32: 11. Phi. 

3:1. 
Fulness of, in God's presence. Psa. 

16:11. 
Vanity of seeking, from earthly 

things. Ecc. 2 : 10, 11. Ecc. 11 : 8. 
Experienced by 

Believers. Luke 24 : 52. Acts 16 : 34. 

Peace-makers. Pro. 12:20. 

The just. Pro. 21 : 15. 

The wise, and discreet. Pro. 15: 23. 

Parents of good children. Pro. 23 : 
24. 
Increased to the meek. Isa. 29 : 19. 
Of saints is 

In God. Psa. 89: 16. Psa 149: 2. 
Hab. 3:18. Rom. 5:11. 

In Christ. Luke 1 : 47. Phi. 3: 3. 

In the Holy Ghost. Rom. 14: 17. 

For election. Luke 10: 20. 

For salvation. Psa. 21 : 1. Isa. 61 : 10. 

For deliverance from bondage. Psa. 
105 : 43. Jer. 31 : 10-13. 

For manifestation of goodness. 2 
Chr. 7 : 10. 

For temporal blessings. Joel 2: 23, 
24. 

For supplies of grace. Is* 12; 3. 



For divine protection. Psa. 5:11. 

Psa. 16:8,9. 
For divine support. Psa. 28: 7. Psa. 

63:7. 
For the victory of Christ. Jno. 16: 

33. 
For the hope of glory. Rom. 5 : 2. 
For the success of the gospel. Acts 

15 : 3. 
Of saints, should be 
Great. Zee. 9 : 9. Acts 8 : 8. 
Abundant. 2 Cor. 8 : 2. 
Exceeding. Psa. 21:6. Psa. 68:3. 
Animated. Psa. 32: 11. Luke 6: 23, 
Unspeakable. 1 Pet. 1 : !.'.. 
Full of glory. 1 Pet. 1:8. 
Constant. 2 Cor. 0: 10. Phi. 4 : 4. 
For evermore. 1 The. 5 : 16. 
With awe. Psa. 2: 11. 
In hope. Rom. 12: 12. 
In sorrow. 2 Cor. 6 : 10. 
Under trials. Jas. 1 : 2. 1 Pet. 1 : 6. 
Under persecutions. Mat. 5 : 11, 12. 

Luke 6 : 22, 23. Heb. 10 : 34. 
Under calamities. Hab. 3 : 17, 18. 
Expressed in hymns. Eph. 5:19. 

Jas. 5 : 13. 
Afflictions of saints succeeded by. 
Psa. 30: 5. Psa. 126: 5. Isa. 35: 10. 
Jno. 16 : 20. 
Pray for restoration of. Psa. 51 :8, 12. 

Psa. 85: 6. 
Promote, in tho afflicted. Job 29 : 13. 
Of saints, made full by 
The favor of God. Acts 2 : 28. 
Faith in Christ. Rom. 15:13. 
Abiding in (Christ. Jno. 15: 10, 11. 
The word of Christ. Jno. 17 : 13. 
Answers to prayer. Jno. 16 : 24. 
Communion of sainty. 2 Tim. 1: 4. 

1 Jno. 1 : 3, 4. 2 Jno. 12. 
Saints should afford, to their miuis- 

ters. Phi. 2: 2. Phile. 20. 
Ministers should 
Esteem their people as their. Phi. 

4:1. 1 The. 2:20. 
Promote, in their people. 2 Cor. 1 : 

24. Phi. 1 : 25. 
Pray for, for their people. Rom. 15: 

13. 
Have, in the faith and holiness of 

their people. 2 Cor. 7: 4. 1 The. 3: 

9. 3 Jno. 4. 
Come to their people with. Rom. 

15 : 32. 
Finish their course with. Acts 20: 24. 
Desire to render an account with. 

Phi. 2:16. Heb. 13:17. 
Serve God with. Psa. 100: 2. 
Liberality in God's service should 

cause. 1 Chr. 29: 9, 17. 
Is strengthening to saints. Neh 8: 

10. 
Saints should engage in all religious 
services with. Ezr. 6: 22. Psa. 42: 4. 
Saints should have, in all their 
undertakings. Deu. 12 : 18. 



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Saints shall be presented to God 

■with exceeding. IPet. 4: 13, with 

Jude 24. 
The coming of Christ will afford to 

saints, exceeding. 1 Pet. 4 : 13. 
Shall be the final reward of saints at 

the judgment-day. Mat. 25: 21. 
Of the wicked 

Is derived from earthly pleasures. 
Ecc. 2:10. Ecc. 11:9. 

Is derived from folly. Pro. 15:21. 

Is delusive. Pro. 14 : 13. 

Is short-lived. Job 20 : 5. Ecc. 7 : 6. 

Should be turned into mourning. 
Jas. 4:y. 

Shall be taken away. Isa. 16:10. 
Holy— Illustrated. Isa. 9: 3. Mat. 

13:44. 
Holy— Exemplified. Hannah, \ Sam. 

2: 1. Vavirl, 1 Chr. 29: 9. Wixe 

»ne)i, Mat. 2:10. The Virgin Mary, 

Luke 1: 47. Zacchens, Luke 19: 6. 

Converts, Acts 2: 46. Acts 13: 52. 

Peter, &c. Acts 5: 41. Samaritans, 

Acts 8: 8. J(H7or, Acts 16: 34. 

Joy of God over His People, The. 
Greatness of, described. Zep. 3 : 17. 
On account of their 

Repentance. Luke 15 : 7, 10. 

Faith. Heb. 11:5, 6. 

Fear of Him. Psa. 147:11. 

Praying to Him. Pro. 15 : 8. 

Hope in His mercy. Psa. 147 : 11. 

Meekness. Psa. 149:4. 

Uprightness. 1 Chr. 29: 17. Pro. 
11 : 20. 
Leads Him to 

Prosper them. Deu. 30:9. 

Do them good. Deu. 28: 63. Jer. 
32:41. 

Deliver them. 2 Sam. 22 : 20. 

Comfort them. Isa. 65:19. 

Give them the inheritance. Num. 
14:8. 
Illustrated. Isa. 62:5. Luke 15: 23, 

24. 
Exemplified. Solomon, 1 Kin. 10: 9. 

Judah, The tribe of. 

Descended from Jacob's fourth son. 

Gen. 29:35. 
Predictions respecting. Gen. 49: 8— 

12. Deu. 33:7. 
Persons selected from, 

Tonumber the people. Num. 1 : 7. 

To spv out the land. Num. 13: 6. 

To divide the land. Num. .34 : 19. 
Strength of, on leaving Egypt. Num. 

l:2t;, 27. Num. 2: 4. 
Encamped with its standard east of 

the tabei-nacle. Num. 2:3. 
Led the first division of Israel in 

their journeys. Num. 10: 14. 
Offering of, at dedication. Num. 7: 

12-17. 
F'unilies of. Num. 26 : 19—21. 



Strength of on entering Canaan. 
Num. 26:22. 

On Gerizim said amen to the bless- 
ings. Deu. 27: 12. 

Bounds of inheritance. Jos. 15- 1 
—12. 

First and most vigorous in driving 
out the Canaanites. Jud. 1 ; 3—20 

Went first against Gibeah. Jud. 

Furnished to Israel the first judge. 
Jud. 3 : 9. 

Aided Saul in bis wars. 1 Sam. 11: 
8. 1 Sam. 15: 4. 

After Saul's rebellion appointed to 
furnish kings to Israel. 1 Sam. 13: 
14. 1 Sam. 15: 28. 1 Sam. 16: 6, 13. 
2 Sam. 2: 4. 2 Sam. 7: 16, 17. 

The first to submit to David. 2 Sam. 
2:10. 

Reigned over alone by David seven 
years and a half. 2 Sam. 2:11. 2 
Sam. 5:5. 

Officer placed over by David. 1 Chr. 
27:18. 

Reproved for tardiness in bringing 
back David after Absalom's rebel- 
lion. 2 Sam. 19: 11— 15. 

Other tribes jealous of, on account 
of David, 2 Sam. 19:41— 43. 2 Sam. 
20:1,2. 

With Benjamin alone adhered to the 
house of David. 1 Kin. 12 : 21. 

The last tribe carried into captivity. 
2 Kin. 17: 18,20. 2 Kin. 25:21. 

Our Lord sprang from. Mat. 1: 3-- 
16. Luke 3 : 2.3—33. Heb. 7 : 14. 

Rem<'<rkable persons of; Achan, Jos. 
7 : IS. Elimelech, Ruth 1:1,2. lixiz, 
Ruth 2 : 1. Obed, Ruth 4 : 21. Jesse, 
Ruth 4: 22. 1 Sam. 16:1. David, 1 
Sam. 16: 1,13. Solomon, 1 Kin. 1: 
32-39. Elihu, 1 Chr. 27 : IS. Pethah- 
iah, Neh. 11 : 24. Bezaleel, Exo 31 : 2. 
Exo. 35:30. Nashon, Num. 7: 12. 
Caleb, Num. 14 : 24. Absalom, 2 Sam. 
15:1. £/7iawan, 2 Sam. 21: 19. 2 
Sam. 23: 24. Adonijah, 1 Kin. 1:.5, 
6. Jonathan, 2 Sam. 21 : 21. Kings 
of^ Judah, 1st and 2nd Books of 
Kings. 

Jodea, Modern. 

One of the divisions of the Holy 

Land under the Romans. Luke 

3: 1. 
Comprised the whole of the ancient 

k-ngdom of Judah. 1 Kin. 12 : 21 

—24. 
Called 

The land of Judah. Mat. 2 : 6. 

Jewry. Dan. 5 : 13, with Jno. 7 : 1. 
A mountainous district. Luke 1 : 39, 

65. 
Parts of, desert. Mat. 3: 1. Acts 8: 26. 
Jerusalem the capital of. Mat. 4 : 2o. 



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Towns of; 
Arimatliea. Mat. 27: 57. Jjio. 19: 38. 
Azotiis or A.shdod. Acts 8: 40. 
,_ Bethany. Jiio. 11: 1, 18. 

ttpi Bethlchom. Mat. 2: 1, 6, 16. 

■p Bethpliage. Mat. 21 : 1. 

^ Eminaus. Luke 24 : 13. 

Ephraim. Jno 11:54. 
Gaza. Acts 8: 26. 

Jericho. Luke 10: 30. Luke 19:1. 
Joppa. Acts 9: 3(i. Acts 10: ,5, 8. 
Lydda. Acts 9 : 32. 35, 38. 
John the Baptist preached in. Mat. 

3:1. 
Our Lord 

Born in. Mat. 2:1,5, 6. 

Tempted in the wilderness of. Mat. 

4:1. 
Frequently visited. Jno. 11 : 7._ 
Often left, to escape persecution. 
Jno. 4 : 1—3. 
Several Christian churches in. Acts 
9:. 31. IThe. 2:14. 

Judges, Extraordinary. 

Raised up to deliver Israel. Jud. 

2:16. 
Upheld and strengthened by God. 

Jud. 2:18. 
Remarkable for their faith. Heb. 11 : 

32. 
Nameij of; 

Othniel. Jud. 3:9, 10. 

Ehud. Jud. 3:15. 

Shamgar. Jud. 3:31. 

Deborah. Jud. 4 : 4. 

Gideon. Jud. 6: 11. 

Abimelech. Jud. 9:6. 

Tola. Jud. 10:1. 

Jair. Jud. 10:3. 

Jephthah. Jud. 11: 1. 

Ibzan. Jud. 12:8. 

Elon. Jud. 12:11. 

Abdon. Jud. 12:13. 

Samson. Jud. 13: 24, 25. Jud. 16: 31. 

Eli 1 Sam. 4:18. 

Samuel. 1 Sam. 7 : 6, 1.5—17. 
During four hundred and fifty years. 

Acts 13 : 20. 
Not without intermission. Jud. 17: 

6. Jud. 18: 1. Jud. 19: 1. Jud. 21 : 25. 
The officp of, not always for life, or 

hereditary. Jud. 8:23,29. 
Israel not permanently or spiritually 

benefited by. Jud. 2: 17—19. 

Judgments. 

Are from God. Deu. 32:39. Job 12: 
23. Amos 3: 6. Mic. 6:9. 

Different kinds of; 
Blotting out the name. Deu. 29 : 20. 
Abandonment by God. Hos. 4 : 17. " 
Cursing men's blessings. Mai. 2:2. 
Pestilence. Peu. 28: 21, 22. Amos 
i: 10. 



Enemies. 2 Sam. 24:13. 

Famine. Deu. 28: 38— 40. Amos 4: 

7-9. 
Famine of hearing the word. Amos 

8:11. 
The sword. Exo. 22 : 24. Jar. 19 : 7. 
Captivity. Deu. 28: 41. Eze. 39: 23. 
Continued sorrows. Psa. 32: 10. Psa. 

78 : .32, 33. Eze. 24 : 23. 
Desolation. Eze. 33:29. Joel 3: 19 
Destruction. Job 31: 3. Psa. 34 

16. Pro. 2: 22. Isa. 11 : 4. 
Inflicted upon 
Nations. Gen. 15 : 14. Jer. 51 : 20, 21. 
Individuals. Deu. 29: 20. Jer. 23- 

.34. 
False gods. Exo. 12: 12. Num. 33: 4. 
Posterity of sinners. Exo. 20: 5. 

Psa. 37:28. Lam. 5:7. 
All enemies of saints. Jer. 30: 16. 
Sent for correction. Job 37 : 13. Jer. 

.30:11. 
Sent for the deliverance of saints. 

Exo. 6: 6. 
Are sent, as punishment foe 
Disobedience to God. Lev. 26:14 

—16. 2 Cor. 7 : 19, 20. 
Despising the warnings of God. 2 

Chr. 36: 16. Pro. 1: 24—31. Jer. 

44 : 4—6. 
Murmuring against God. Num. 14; 

29. 
Idolatry. 2 Kin. 22:17. Jer. 16: IS. 
Iniquity. Isa. 26: 21. Eze. 24: 13, 

14. 
Persecuting saints. Deu. 32:43. 
Sins of rulers. 1 Chr. 21 : 2, 12. 
Manifest the righteous character of 
God. Exo. 9: 14-16. Eze. 39: 21. 
Dan. 9: 14. 
Are in all the earth. 1 Chr. 16 : 14. 
Are frequently tempered with mercy. 
Jer. 4 : 27. Jer. 5 : 10, 15-18. Amos 
9:8. 
Should lead to 
Humiliation. Jos. 7 : 6. 2 Chr. 12: 

6 . Lam. 3: 1-20. Joel 1 : 13. Jon. 

Prayer.' 2 Chr. 20: 9. 

Contrition. Neh. 1 : 4. Est. 4 : 3. Isa. 

22:12. 
Learning righteousness. Isa. 26: 9. 
Should be a warning to others. Luke 

13 : 3, 5. 
May be averted by 
Humiliation. Exo. 33 : 3, 4, 14. 2 

Chr. 7:14. 
Prayer. Jud. 3: 9-11. 2 Chr. 7: 

13, 14. 
Forsaking iniquity. Jer. 18: 7, 8. 
Turning to God. Deu. 30: 1—3. 
Saints 
Preserved during. Job 5: 19, 20. 

Psa. 91 : 7. Isa. 26: 20. Eze. 9: 6. 

Rev. 7: 3. 
Provided for, during. Gen. 47: 12. 

Psa. 33:19. Psa. 37:19. 



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Pray for those under. Exo. 32: 

11—13. Num. 11:2. Dan. 9:3. 
Sympathize with those under. Jer. 

9:1. Jer. 13:17. Lam. 3: 48. 
Acknowledge the justice of. 2 Sam. 
24: 17. Ezr. 9: 13. Neh. 9: 33. 
Jer. 14: 7. 

Upon nations— Exemplified. The old 
world, Gen. 6: 7, 17. Sodom, &c. 
Gen. 19:24. £rapf, Exo. 9: 14. Is- 
rael, Num. 14: 29, ,35. Num. 21: 6. 
People of Ashdod, 1 Sara. 5 : 6. People 
of Bethshetnesh, 1 Sam. 6: 19. Amal- 
ekites, 1 Sam. 15: 3. 

Upon individual s— Exemplified. 
Cain, Gen. 4: 11, 12. Canaan, Gen. 
9:25. Korah, &-c. Num. 16. 3.3—35. 
Achan, Jos. 7 : 25. Ilophni, &c. 1 Sam. 
2 : 34. Saul, 1 Sam. 15 : 23. Uzzah, 2 
Sam. 6: 7. Jeroboam, 1 Kin. 13:4. 
Ahab, 1 Kin. 22: 38. Oehazi, 2 Kin. 5: 
27. Jezebel, 2 Kin. 9: 35. Nebuchadnez- 
zar, Dan. 4: 31. Belshazzar, Dan. 5: 
30. Zacharias, Luke 1 : 20. Aiiani- 
as, <&e. Acts 5:1 — 10. Herod, Acts 
12 : 23. Elymas, Acts 13 : 11. 

Peeservation during— Exempli- 
fied. Noah, Gen. 7 : 1, 16. Lot, Gen. 
19:15—17. Joseph, &c. Gen. 45:7. 
Elijah, 1 Kin. 17:9. Elisha, &c. 2 
Kin. 4:38— 41. Shunammite, 2 Kin. 
8:1,2. 

Judgment, The. 

Predicted in the Old Testament. 1 

Chr. 16 : 33. Psa. 9 : 7. Psa. 96 : 13. 

Ecc. 3:17. 
A first principle of the gospel. Heb. 

6:2. 
A day appointed for. Acts 17 : 31. 

Rom. 2:16. 
Time of, unknown to us. Mar. 13:32. 
Called the 

Day of wrath. Rom. 2 : 5. Rev. 
6:17. 

Revelation of the righteous judg- 
ment of God. Rom. 2 : 5. 

Day of judgment and perdition of 
ungodly men. 2 Pet 3 : 7. 

Day of destruction. Job 21 : 30. 

Judgment of the great day. Jude 6. 
Shall be administered by Christ. Jno. 

5 : 22, 27. .4cts 10 : 42. Rom. 14 : 10. 2 

Cor. 5 : 10. 
Saints shall sit with Christ in. 1 Cor. 

6:2. Rev. 20:4. 
Shall take place at the coming of 

Christ. Mat. 25: 31. 2 Tim. 4: 1. 
Of Heathens, by the law of con- 
science. Rom. 2: 12, 14, 15. 
Of Jews by the law of Moses. Rom. 

2:12. 
Of Christians, by the gospel. Jas. 

2:12. 
Shall be held upo#" 

All nations. Mat. 25 : 32. 

All men. Heb. 9 : 27. Heb. 12 : 23. 



Small and great. Rev. 20: 12. 

The righteous and wicked. Ecc. 
3:17. 

Quick and dead. 2 Tim. 4: 1. 1 Pet. 
4:5. 
Shall be in righteousness. Psa. 98: 

9. Acts 17: 31. 
The books shall be opened at. Dan. 

7:10. 
Shall be of all 

Actions. Ecc. 11:9. Ecc. 12:14. 
Rev. 20:13. 

Words. Mat. 12:36, 37. Jude 15. 

Thoughts. Ecc. 12 : 14. 1 Cor. 4 : 5. 
None, by nature, can stand in. Psa. 

130:3. Psa. 143:2. Rom. 3: 19. 
Saints shall, through Christ, be en- 
abled to stand in. Rom. 8: 33, 34. 
Christ will acknowledge saints at. 

Mat. 25:34-40. Rev. 3:5. 
Perfect love will give boldness in. 1 

Jno. 4:17. 
Saints shall be rewarded at. 2 Tim. 

4:8. Rev. 11: 18. 
The wicked shall be condemned in. 

Mat. 7 : 22, 23. Mat. 25 : 41. 
Final punishment of the wicked will 

succeed. Mat. 13 : 40-42. Mat. 25: 

46. 
The word of Christ shall be a witness 

against the wicked in. Jno. 12 : 48. 
The certainty of, a motive to 

Repentance. Acts 17: 30, 31. 

Faith. Isa. 28: 16, 17. 

Holiness. 2 Cor. 5 : 9, 10. 2 Pet. 3 : 
11, 14. 

Prayer and watchfulness. Mar. 13: 
33. 
Warn the wicked of. Acts 24:25. 2 

Cor. 5:11. 
The wicked dread. Acts 24 : 25. Heb. 

10:27. 
Neglected advantages increase con- 
demnation at. Mat. 11 : 20—24. Luke 

11:31,32. 
Devils shall be condemned at. 2 Pet. 

2:4. Jude 6. 

Justice. 

Commanded. Deu. 16:20. Isa. .56:1. 
Christ, an example of. Psa. 98: 9. 

Isa. 11:4. Jer. 23:5. 
Specially required in rulers. 2 Sam. 

23 : 3. Eze. 45 : 9. 

To BE DONE 

In executing judgment. Deu. 16: 

18. Jer. 21 : 12. 
In buying and selling. Lev. 19: 36. 

Deu. 25: 15. 
To the poor. Pro. 29 : 14. Pro. 31 : 9. 
To the fatherless and widows. Isa. 

1:17. 
To servants. Col. 4:1. 
Gifts impede. Exo. 23 : 8. 
God 
Requires. Mic. 6:8. 
Sets the highest value on. Pro, 21 : 3. 



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Delights in. Pro. 11 : 1. 

Gives wisdom to execute. 1 Kin. 

3:11,12. Pro. 2:6, 9. 
Displeased with the want of. Ecc. 

5:8. 
Brings its own reward. Jer. 22: 15. 
Saints should 
Study the principles of. Phi. 4:8. 
Receive instruction in. Pro. 1 : 3. 
Pray for wisdom to execute. 1 

Kin. 3:9. 
Always do. Psa. 119: 121. Eze. 18: 

8, 9. 
Take pleasure in doing. Pro. 21 : 

15. 
Teach others to do. Gen. 18 : 19. 
Promises to. Isa. 33: 15,16. Jer. 7: 

5, 7. 
The w'icked 
Scorn. Pro. 19:28. 
Abhor. Mic.3:9. 
Call not for. Isa. 59:4. 
Banish. Isa. 59:14. 
Pass over. Luke 11 : 42. 
Afflict those who act with. Job 

12:4. Amos 5: 12. 
Exemplified. Moses, Num. 16: 15. 
Samuel, 1 Sam. 12: 4. David, 2 Sam. 
8: 15. Solomon, 1 Kin. 3: 16—27. 
Josiah, Jer. 22 : 15. Joseph, Luke 23 : 
50, 51. Apostles, 1 The. 2 : 10. 

Justice of God, The. 
Is a part of His character. Deu. 32: 

4. Isa. 45:21. 
Declaeed to be 

Plenteous. Job 37 : 23. 

Incomparable. Job 4: 1. 

Incorruptible. Deu. 10: 17. 2 Chr. 
19:7. 

Impartial. 2 Chr. 19: 7. Jer. 32: 19. 

Unfailing. Zep. 3:5. 

Undeviating. Job 8: 3. Job 34: 12. 

Without respect of persons. Rom. 
2:11. Col. 3:25. 1 Pet. 1 : 17. 

The habitation of His throne. Psa. 
89:14. 
Not to be sinned against. Jer. 50 : 7. 
Denied by the ungodly. Eze. 33 : 17 , 

20. 
Exhibited in 

Forgiving sins. 1 Jno. 1 : 9. 

Redemption. Rom. 3: 26. 

His government. Psa. 9: 4. Jer. 
9:24. 

His judgments. Gen. 18:25. Rev. 
19:2. 

All His ways. Eze. 18 : 25, 29. 

The final judgment. Acts 17 : 31. 
Acknowledge. Psa. 51:4, with Rom. 

3:4. 
Magnify. Psa. 98 : 9. Psa. 99 : 3, 4. 

Justification before God. 

Promised in Christ. Isa. 45 : 25. Isa. 

;)3:11. 
IstheactofGod.Isa. 50:8. Rom. 8: 33. 



Undee the law 
Requires perfect obedience. Lev, 

18:5, witli Rom. 10: 5. Rom. 2: 

13. Jas. 2:10. 
Man cannot attain to. Job. 9:2, 3, 

20. Job 25: 4. Psa. l.-JO: 3. Psa. 

143 : 2, with Rom. 3: 20. Rom. 9, 

31, 32. 
Under the gospel 
Is not of works. Acts 13 : 39. Rom. 

8:3. Gal. 2:16. Gal. 3:11. 
Is not of faith and works united. 

Acts 15 : 1—29. Rom. 3 : 28. Rom. 

11:6. Gal. 2:14-21. Gal. 5:4. 
Is by faith aloue. Jno. 5 : 24. Acts 

13: 39. Rom. 3: 30. Rom. 5: 1. 

Gal. 2:16. 
Is of grace. Rom. 3: 24. Rom. 4>: 

16. Rom. 5:17— 21. 
In the name of Christ. 1 Cor. 6:11. 
By imputation of Christ's right- 
eousness. Isa. 61: 10. Jer. 23:6. 

Rom. 3: 22. Rom. 5: 18. 1 Cor. 

1 : 30. 2 Cor. 5 : 21. 
By the blood of Christ. Rom. 5: 9. 
By the resurrection of Christ. Rom, 

4 : 25. 1 Cor. 15 : 17. 
Blessedness of. Psa. 32: 1,2, with 

Rom. 4 : 6—8. 
Frees from condemnation Isa. 

50: 8, 9. Isa. 54: 17, with Rom. 

8 : 33, 34. 
Entitles to an inheritance. Tit. 3 : 

7. 
Ensures glorification. Rom. 8: 30. 
The wicked shall not attain to. Exo. 

23:7. 
By faith 
Revealed under the old dispen- 
sation. Hab. 2:4, with Rom. 1 : 

17. 
Excludes boasting. Rom. 3: 27. 

Rom. 4:2. 1 Cor. 1 : 29, 31. 
Does not make void the law. Rom. 

3:30,31. 1 Cor. 9:21. 
Typified. Zee. 3: 4, 5. 
Illustrated. Luke 18: 14. 
Exemplified. AbraJutm,' Gen. 15: 6. 
Paul, Phi. 3 : 8, 9. 

Kenites, The. 

Originally a people of Canaan. Gen. 

15:19. 
Connected with the Midianites. Num. 

10:29, with Jud. 4: 11. 
Dwelt in strongholds. Num. 24:21. 
Had many cities. 1 Sam. 30:29. 
Moses 

Intermarried with. Exo. 2: 21, with 
Jud. 1:16. 

Invited, to accompany Israel. Num. 
10 : 29—32. 
Part of, dwelt with Israel. Jud. 1 : 

16. Jud. 4:11. 
Part of, dwelt with the Amalekites 

1 Sam. 15: 6. 



KEN. 



142 



KIN. 



Stowed kindness to Israel in the 

desert. Exo. 18 ch. 1 Sam. 15: 6. 
Not destroyed with Amalekites. 1 

Sam. 15 : (5. 
The Rechabites descended from. 1 

Chr. 2 : 55. 
Sisera slain by Jael one of. Jud. 4: 

22. Jud. 5 : 24. 
David 

Pretended that he invaded. 1 Sam. 
27 : 10. 

Sent part of the spoil of war to. 1 
Sam. 30:29. 
Ruin of, predicted. Num. 24:21,22. 

Kings. 

'Israel warned against seeking. 1 

Sam. 8:9-18. 
Sin of Israel in seeking. 1 Sam. 12: 

17—20. 
Israel in seeking, rejected God as 

their king. 1 Sam. 8 : 7. 1 Sam . 10 : 19. 
Israel asked for, that they might be 

like the nations. 1 Sam. 8: 5, 19, 20. 
First given to Israel in anger. Hos. 

13:11. 
God reserved to Himself the choice of. 

Deu. 17:14, 15. 1 Sam. 9:16, 17. 

1 Sam. 16:12. 
When first established in Israel, not 

hereditary. Deu. 17 : 20, with 1 Sam. 

13:13,14. ISam. 15:28, 29. 
Rendered hereditary in the family of 

David. 2 Sam. 7 : 12— 16. Psa. 89: 

35—37. 
Of Israel not to be'foreigners. Deu. 

17:15. 
Laws for the government of the king- 
dom by, written by Samuel, 1 Sam. 

10:2.5. 
Forbidden to multiply 

Horses. Deu. 17 : 16. 

Wives. Deu. 17 : 17. 

Treasure. Deu. 17 : IT. 
Required to write and keep by them, 

a copy of the divine law. Deu. 17: 

18—20. 
Had power to make war and peace. 

1 Sam. 11 : 5—7. 
Often exercised power arbitrarily. 

1 Sam. 22:17, 18. 2 Sam. 1:1.5. 2 

Sam. 4 : 9-12. 1 Kin. 2 : 23, 25, 31. 
Ceremonies at inauguration of; 

Anointing. 1 Sam. 10: 1. 1 Sam. 16: 
13. Psa. 89: 20. 

Crowning. 2 Kin. 11:12. 2 Chr. 23: 
11. Psa. 21:3. 

Proclaiming with trumpets. 2 Sam. 
15 : 10. 1 Kin. 1 : 34. 2 Kin. 9 : 13. 
2 Kin. 11:14. 

Enthroning. 1 Kin. 1 : 35, 46. 2 Kin. 
11 : 19. 

Girding on the sword. Psa. 45 : 3. 

Putting into their hands the books 
of the law. 2 Kin. 11 : 12. 2 Chr. 
23:11. 



Covenanting to govern lawfully. 2 

Sam. 5:3. 
Receiving homage. 1 Sam. 10: 1. 

1 Chr. 29 : 24. 

Shouting " God save the king." 1 
Sam. 10:24. 2 Sam. 16:16. 2 Kin. 
11:12. 

Offering sacrifice. 1 Sam. 11: 15. 

Feasting. 1 Chr. 12 : 38; 39. 1 Chr. 
29 : 22. 
Attended by a body-guard. 1 Sam. 13: 

2. 2 Sam. 8: 18. 1 Chr. 11: 25. 2 Chr. 

12:10. 
Dwelt in royal palaces. 2 Chr. 9: 11. 

Psa. 45:1.5. 
Arrayed in royal apparel. 1 Kin. 22: 

30. Mat. 6 : 29. 
Names of, often changed at their ac- 
cession. 2 Kin. 23:34. 2 Kin. 24:17. 
Officers of; 

Prime minister. 2 Chr. 19 : 11, with 

2 Chr. 28 : 7. 

First Counseller. 1 Chr. 27 : 33. 
Confidant or king's special friend. 

1 Kin. 4:5. 1 Chr. 27:33. 
Comptroller of the household. 1 

Kin. 4:6. 2 Chr. 28:7. 
Scribe or secretary. 2 Sam. 8:17. 

1 Kin. 4:3. 
Captain of the host. 2 Sam. 8:16. 

IKin. 4:4. 
Captain of the guard. 2 Sam. 8: 

18. 2 Sam. 20:23. 
Recorder. 2 Sam. 8: 16. 1 Kin. 

4:3. 
Providers for the king's table. 1 

Kin. 4 : 7—19. 
Master of the wardrobe. 2 Kin. 22: ■ 

14. 2 Chr. 34 : 22. 
Treasurer. 1 Chr. 27 : 25. 
Storekeeper. 1 Chr. 27 : 25. 
Overseer of the tribute. 1 Kin. 4: 

6. IKin. 12:18. 
Overseer of royal farms. 1 Chr. 

27 : 26. 
Overseer of royal vineyards. 1 Chr. 

27 : 27. 
Overseer of royal plantations. 1 

Chr. 27 : 28. 
Overseer of royal herds. 1 Sam. 21 : 

1. 1 Chr. 27 : 29. 
Overseer of royal camels. 1 Chr. 

27 : 30. 
Overseer of royal flocks. 1 Chr. 

27:31. 
Armor-bearer. 1 Sam. 16:21. 
Cup-bearer. 1 Kin. 10: .5. 2 Chr. 9: 4. 
Approached with greatest reverence. 
1 Sam. 24: 8. 2 Sam. 9: 8. 2 Sam. 
14:22. IKin. 1:23. 
Presented with gifts by strangers. 1 
Kin. 10: 2, 10, 25. 2 Kin. 5 : 5. Mat. 
2:11. 
Right hand of, the place of honor. 1 
Kin. 2:19. Psa. 45:9. Psa. 110: 1. 
Attendants of, stood in their pres- 
ence. 1 Kin. 10 : 8. 2 Kin. 25 : 19. 



KIN. 



113 



KIN. 



Exercised great hospitality. 1 Sam. 
20 : 2.1—27. 2 Sam. 9 : 7—13. 2 Sam. 
19:33. IKiu. 4:22, 23, 28. 
Their revenues derived from 
Voluntary contributions. 1 Sam. 

10:27, with 1 Sam. 16:20. 1 Chr. 

12:39,40. 
Tribute from foreign nations. 1 

Kin. 4:21,24, 2.5. 2 Chr. 8:8. 2 

Chr. 17:11. 
Tax on produce of the land. 1 Kin. 

4: 7—19. 
Tax on foreign merchandise. 1 

Kin. 10:15. 
Their own flocks and herds. 2 Chr. 

32:29. 
Produce of their own lands. 2 Chr. 

26 : 10. 
Sometimes nominated their suc- 
cessors. 1 Kin. 1 : 33, 34. 2 Chr. 

11 : 22, 23. 
Punished for transgressing the 

divine law. 2 Sam. 12: 7— 12. 1 

Kin. 21 : 18-24. 
Who reigned over all Israel; 
Saul. 1 Sam. 11 : lo, to 1 Sam. 31 ch. 

1 Chr. 10 ch. 
David. 2 Sam. 2: 4, to 1 Kin. 2:11. 

1 Chr. 11 ch. to 1 Chr. 29 ch. 
Solomon. 1 Kin. 1 : 39, to 1 Kin. 11 : 

43. 2 Chr. 1 ch. to 2 Chr. 9 ch. 
Rehoboam. (first part of his 

reign.) 1 Kin. 12: 1—20. 2 Chr. 

10:1—16. 
Wtio reigned over Judah; 
Eehoboam, (latter part of his 

reign.) 1 Kin. 12: 21— 24. 1 Kin. 

14 : 21—31. 2 Chr. 10 : 17, to 12 ch. 
Abijam orAbijah. 1 Kin. 15:1— 8. 

2 Chr. 13 ch. 

Asa. 1 Kin. 15 : 9-24. 2 Chr. 14 ch. 

to 2 Chr. 16:14. 
Jehoshaphat. 1 Kin. 22 : 41—50. 2 

Chr. 17 ch. to 2 Chr. 21:1. 
Jehoram or Joram. 2 Kin. 8: 16^ 

24. 2 Chr. 21 ch. 
Ahaziah. 2 Kin. 8: 25— 29. 2 Kin. 

9:16-29. 2Chr. 22:1— 9. 
Athaliah, mother of Ahaziah(usur- 

per.) 2 Kin. 11 : 1-3. 2 Chr, 22 : 

10-12. 
Joash or Jehoash. 2 Kin. 11 : 4, to 

2 Kin. 12 ch. 2 Chr. 23 ch. 2 Chr. 

24 ch. 

Amaziah. 2 Kin. 14 : 1-20. 2 Chr. 

25 ch. 

Azariah or Uzziah. 2 Kin. 14:21, 

22. 2 Kin. 15 : 1-7. 2 Chr. 26 ch. 
Jotham. 2 Kin. 15 : 32—38. 2 Chr. 

27 ch. 
Ahaz. 2 Kin. 16 ch. 2 Chr. 28 ch. 
Hezekiah. 2 Kin. 18 ch. to 2 Kin. 

20 ch. 2 Chr. 29 ch. to 2 Chr. ,32 ch. 
Mauasseh. 2 Kin. 21: 1—18. 2 

Chr. 33 : 1-20. 
Amon. 2 Kin. 21 : 19— 26. 2 Chr. 

33:21-25. 



Josiah. 2 Kin. 22 ch. 2 Kin. 23 : 1 

—30. 2 Chr. 34 cli. 2 Chr. 35 ch. 
Jehoahaz. 2 Kiu. 23: 31— 33. 2 Chr. 

36: 1-4. 
Jehoiakim. 2 Kin. 23: 34—37. 2 Kin. 

24:1—6. 2 Chr. 3G : .5— 8. 
Jehoiachin. 2 Kin. 24 : 8—16. 2 Chr. 

36 : 9, 10. 
Zedekiah. 2 Kin. 24 : 17—20. 2 Kin. 

25:1-7. 2 Chr. 36: 11-21. 
Who reigned over Israel ; 
Jeroboam. 1 Kin. 12: 20, 25, to 1 

Kiu. 14:20. 
Nadab. 1 Kin. 15 : 25—27, 31. 
Baasha. 1 Kin. 15: 28— 34. 1 Kin. 

16:1—7. 
Elah. 1 Kin. 16:8-14. 
Zimri. 1 Kin. 16: 11, 12, 15 20. 
Omri. iKin. 16:23— 28. 
Ahab. 1 Kin. 16: 29, to 1 Kin. 22: 40, 
Ahaziah. 1 Kin. 22: 51—53. 2 Kin. 

Ich. 
Jehoram or Joram. 2 Kin. 3 ch. to 

2 Kin. 9:26. 
Jehu. 2Kin. 9:3, to 2 Kin. 10:36. 
Jehoahaz. 2 Kin. 13 : 1—9. 
Jehoash or Joash. 2 Kin. 13: 10 — 25. 

2 Kin. 14 : 8—16. 
Jeroboam the Second. 2 Kin. 14: 

23—29. 
Zachariah. 2 Kin. 15 : 8—12. 
Shallum. 2 Kin. 15 : 13 — 15. 
Meuahem. 2 Kin. 15 : 16—22. 
Pekaliiah. 2 Kin. 15 : 23-26. 
Pekah. 2 Kin. 15: 27-31. 2 Kiu. 

16 : 5. 
Hoshea. 2 Kin. 17: 1-6. 
Called the Lord's, anointed. 1 Sam. 

16 : 6. 1 Sam. 24 : 6. 2 Sam. 19 : 21. 
Conspiracies against; 
Absalom against David. 2 Sam. 15: 

10. 
Adonijah against Solomon. 1 Kin. 

1 : 5—7. 
Jeroboam against Rehoboam. 1 

Kin. 12:12, 16. 
Baaslia against Nadab. 1 Kin. 15 : 27. 
Zimri against Elah. 1 Kin. 16: 9, 10. 
Omri against Zimri. 1 Kin. 16:1 1. 
Jehu against Joram. 2 Kin. 9: 14. 
Shallum against Zachariah. 2 Kin. 

15 : 10. 
Menahem against Shallum. 2 Kin. 

15:14. 
Pekah against Menahem. 1 Kin. 15: 

25. 
God chooses. Deu. 17 : 15. 1 Chr. 28 : 

4-6. 
God ordains. Rom. 13: 1. 
God anoints. 1 Sam. 16: 12. 2 Sam. 

12 : 7. 
Set up by God. 1 Sam. 12 : 13. Dan. 

2: 21. 
Removed by God. 1 Kin. 11 : 11. Dan. 

2: 21. 
Christ is the Prince of. Rev. 1 : 5. 
Christ is the King of. Rev. 17 : 14. 



KIN. 



144 



LAM. 



Eeign by direction of Christ. Pro. 

8 : 15. 
Supreme judges of nations. 1 Sam. 

8:5. 
Resistance to, is resistance to the 

ordinance of God. Rom. 13: 2. 
Able to enforce their commands. Ecc. 

8:4. 
Numerous subjects the honor of. 

Pro. 14 : 28. 
Not saved by their armies. P.sa. 33: 

16. 
Dependent on the earth. Ecc. 5:9. 
Should 
Fear God. Deu. 17:19. 
Serve Christ. Psa. 2:10— 12. 
Keep the law of God. 1 Kin. 2: 3. 
Study the Scriptures. Deu. 17 : 19. 
Promote the interests of the 
Church. Ezr. 1 : 2—4. Ezr. 6 : 1—12. 
Nourish the Church. Isa. 49:23. 
Rule in the fear of God. 2 Sam. 

23:3. 
Maintain the cause of the poor 

and oppressed. Pro. 31:8,9. 
Investigate all matters. Pro. 25:2. 
Not pervert judgment. Pro. 31: 5. 
Prolong their reign by hating covet- 

ousness. Pro. 28 : 16. 
Throne of, established by righteous- 
ness and justice. Pro. 16:12. Pro. 
29: 14. 
Specially warned against 
Impurity. Pro. 31:3. 
Lying. Pro. 17: 7. 
Hearkening to lies. Pro. 29: 12. 
Intemperance. Pro. 31 : 4, 5. 
The gospel to be preached to. Acts 

9 : 15. Acts 26 : 27, 28. 
Without understanding, are oppress- 
ors. Pro. 28: 16. 
Often reproved by God. 1 Chr. 16: 

Judgments upon, when opposed to 

Christ. Psa. 2:2, 5, 9. 
When good. 

Regard God as their strength. Psa. 
99: 4, , 

Speak righteously. Pro. 16:10. 

Love righteous lips. Pro. 16: 13. 

Abhor wickedness. Pro. 16 : 12. 

Discountenance evil. Pro. 20:8. 

Punish the wicked. Pro. 20:26. 

Favor the wise. Pro. 14 : 35. 

Hont)r the diligent. Pro. 22:29. 

Befriend the good. Pro. 22 : 14. 

Are pacified by submission. Pro. 
JO: 14. Pro. 25:15. 
Evil counsellors should be removed 

from. 2 Chr. 22: 3, 4, with Pro. 

-5 : 5. 
Curse not, even in thought. Exo. 22 • 

28. Ecc. 10:20. 
Speak no evil of. Job 34: 18. 2 Pet. 

Pay tribute to. Mat. 22:21. Rom. 
13:6, 7 



Be not presumptuous before. Pro. 

25: 6. 
Shodld be 

Honored. Rom. 13: 7. 1 Pet. 2:17. 

Feared. Pro. 24: 21. 

Reverenced. 1 Sam. 24: 8. 1 Kin. 
1:23,31. 

Obeyed. Rom. 13: 1, 5. 1 Pet. 2: 13. 

Prayed for. 1 Tim. 2: 1,2. 
Folly of resisting. Pro. 19:12. Pro. 

20:2. 
Punishment for resisting the lawful 

authority of. Rom. 13: 2. 
Guilt and danger of stretching out 

the hand against. 1 Sam. 26:9. 2 

Sam. 1 : 14. 
They that walk after the flesh de- 
spise. 2 Pet. 2: 10. Jude 8. 
Good— Exemplified. Dcivid, 2 Sam. 8: 

15. Asa, 1 Kin. 15: 11. Jehosluxphat, 

1 Kin. 22: 43. Amaziah, <&c. 2 Kin. 

15: 3. Uzziah, &c. 2 Kin. 15: 34. 

Hezekiah, 2 Kin. 18: 3. Josiah, 2 Kin. 

22* ' 

Lambt The. 

The young of the fJock. Exo. 12: 5. 

Eze. 45 : 15. 
Described as 
Patientr. Isa. 53: 7. 
Playful. Psa. 114:4, 6. 
Exposed to danger from wild beasts. 

1 Sam. 17: 34. 
The shepherd's care for. Isa. 40: 11. 
Used for 
Food. Deu. 32:14. 2 Sam. 12: 4. 
Clothing. Pro. 27 : 26. 
Sacrifice. 1 Chr. 29: 21. 2 Chr. 29:. 32. 
Considered a great delicacy. Amos 

6: 4. 
Offered in sacrifice 
Males. Exo. 12:5. 
Females. Num. 6:14. 
While sucking. 1 Sam. 7 : 9. 
.\t a year old. Exo. 12: 5. Num. 

6:14. 
From the earliest times. Gen. 4:4. 

Gen. 22: 7,8. 
Every morning and evening. Exo. 

29:38,39. Num. 28: 3, 4. 
At the passover. Exo. 12 : 3, 6, 7. 
By the wicked not accepted. Isa. 
1:11. Isa. 66:3. 
Numbers of, given by Josiah to the 

people for sacrifice. 2 Chr. 35 : 7. 
The first-born of an ass to be re- 
deemed with. Exo. 13: 13. Exo. 
34 : 20. 
An extensive commerce in. Ezr. 7; 

17. Eze. 27:21. 
Tribute often paid in. 2 Kin. 3: 4. 

Isa. 16: 1. 
Covenants confirmed by gift of. Gen. 

21 : 28-30. 
The image of, was the first impres- 
sion on money. Gen. 33: 19. (marg.) 
Jos. 24:32. (marg.) 



LAM. 



145 



LAN. 



Illustrative 
Of purity of Christ. 1 Pet. 1 : 19. 
Of Christ as a sacrifice. Jno. 1 : 29. 

Rev. 5: 6. 
Of any thing dear or cherished. 2 

Sam. 12:3, 9. 
Of the Lord's people. Isa. 5: 17. 

Isa. 11 : 6. 
Of weak believers. Isa. 40: 11. 

Jno. 21 : 15. 
(Patience of,) of the patience of 

Christ. Isa. 53 : 7. Acts 8 : 32. 
(Among wolves,) of ministers 

among the ungodly. Luke 10: 3. 
(Deserted and exposed,) of Israel 

deprived of God's protection. 

Hos. 4:16. 
(Brought to shiughter,) of tiie 

wicked under judgments. Jer. 

51 : 40. 
(Consumed in sacrifice,) of com- 
plete destruction of the wicked. 

Psa. 37 : 20. 

Lamps. 

Design of. 2 Pet. 1 : 19, 
Described as 

Burning. Gen. 15 : 17. 

Shining. Jno. 5:35. 
Lighted with oil. Mat. 25 : 3, 8. 
Oil for, carried in vessels. Mat. 25: 4. 
Sometimes supplied with oil from a 

bowl through pipes. Zee. 4:2. 
Required to be constantly trimmed. 

Alat. 25 : 7. 
Used for lighting 

The tabernacle. Exo. 25 : 37. 

Private apartments. Acts 20: 8. 

Chariots of war by night. Nab. 2: 
3,4. 

Marriage processions. Mat. 25:1. 

Persons going out at night. Jno. 
18:3. 
Often kept lighting all night. Pro. 

31:18. 
Placed on a stand to give light to all 

in the house. Mat. 5 : 15. 
Illumination of the tents of Arab 

chiefs by, alluded to. Job 29: 3, 4. 
Probiiblo origin of dark lantern. Jud. 

7: h). 
Illustrative 

Of tlie word of God. Psa. 119: 105. 
Pro. 6 : 23. 

Of omniscience of Christ. Dan. 10: 
6. Rev. 1 : 14. 

Of graces of the Holy Ghost. Rev. 
4 : 5. 

Of salvation of God. Gen. 15: 17. 
Isa. 62:1. 

Of God's guidance. 2 Sara. 22: 29. 
Psa. 18: 28. 

Of glory of the cherubim. Eze. 1 : 
13. 

Of spirit of man. Pro. 20 : 27. 

Of ministers. Jno. 5 : 35. 



Of wise rulers. 2 Sam. 21: 17. 

{mara.) 
Of severe judgments. Rev. 8: 10. 
Of a succession of heirs. 1 Kin. 11 : 

36. 1 Kin. 15 : 4. 
(Put out,) of destruction of the 

wicked. Job 18: 5, 6. (marg.) Job 

21: 17. (marg.) Pro. 13:9. 
(Totally quenched,) of complete 

destruction of those who curse 

parents. Pro. 20:20. 

Language. 

Of all mankind one at first. Gen. 11 

1,6. 
Called 
Speech. Mar. 14: 70. Acts 14:11. 
Tongue. Acts 1 : 19. Rev. 5 : 9. 
Confusion of, 
A punishment for presumption, &c. 

Gen. 11 : 2-6. 
Originated the varieties in. Gen. 

11:7. 
Scattered men over the earth. Gen. 

11: 8,9. 
Divided men into separate nations. 

Gen. 10:5, 20.31. 
Great variety or, spoken by men. 1 

Cor. 14 : 10. 
Ancient kingdoms often compre- 
hended nations of different. Est. 
1:22. Dan. 3:4. Dan. 6:25. 
Kinds of, mentioned; 
Hebrew. 2 Kin. 18 : 28. Acts 26 : 14. 
Chaldee. Dan. 1:4. 
Syriac. 2 Kin. 18 : 26. Ezr. 4 : 7. 
Greek. Acts21:37; 
Latin. Luke 23: 38. 
Lycaonian. Acts 14: 11. 
Arabic, &c. Acts 2: 11. 
Egyptian. Psa. 81 : 5. Psa. 114:1. 

Acts 2: 10. 

Of some nations diflScult. Eze. 3: 5, 6. 

Tlie term barbarian applied to those 

who spoke a strange. 1 Cor. 14: 11. 

Power of speaking different, 

A gift of the Holy Ghost. 1 Cor. 

12:10. 
Promised. Mar. 16:17. 
Given on the day of Pentecost. 

Acts 2: 3, 4. 
FoUovk'ed receiving the gospel. 

Acts 10 : 44—46. 
Conferred by laying on of the 

apostles' hands. Acts 8: 17, 18. 

Acts 19 : 6. 
Necessary to spread of the gospel. 

Acts 2: 7— 11. 
A sign to unbelievers. 1 Cor. 14: 22. 
Sometimes abused. 1 Cor. 14: 2—12, 

23. 
Interpretation of, 
Antiquity of engaging persons for. 

Gen. 42: 23. 
A gift of the Holy Ghost. 1 Cor. 

12:10. 



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146 



LAW. 



Most important in the early church. 

1 Cor. 14 : 5, 13, 27, 28. 
The Jews punished by being given 

up to people of a strange. Deu. 

28:49. Isa. 28:11. Jer. 5:15. 

Laver of Brass. 

Moses was commanded to make. 

Exo. 30 : 18. 
Wisdom given to Bezaleel to make. 

Exo. 31 : 2, 9. 
Made of brazen mirrors of the 

women. Exo. 38:8. 
Was placed in the court between the 

altar and the tabernacle. Exo. 30: 

18. Exo. 40: 7, 30. 
Was anointed with holy oil. Exo. 

40:11. Lev. 8:11. 
The priests washed in, 

Before consecration. Exo. 40: 12, 

Before entering the tabernacle. 
Exo. 30 : 19, 20. 

Before approaching the altar. Exo. 
30 : 20. 
One made by Solomon for the temple. 

1 Kin. 7 : 23-26. 2 Kin. 3o : 13. 
Called the Brazen sea. 2 Kin. 25 : 13. 

Jer. 52: 17. 
IlijUstrative of 

Christ the fountain for sin. Zee. 
13:1. Eev. 1:5. 

Regeneration. Tit. 3:5, with Eph. 
5:26. 

Law of God, The. 

Is absolute and perpetual. Mat. 5 : 

18. 
Given 

To Adam. Gen. 2: 16, 17, with 
Rom. 5:12— 14. 

To Noah. Gen. 9:6. 

To the Israelites. Exo. 20: 2, &c. 
Psa. 78:5. 

Through Moses. Exo. 31 : 18. Jno. 
7:19. 

Through the ministration of angels. 
Acts 7 : 53. Gal. 3 : 19. Heb. 2 : 2. 
Described as 

Pure. Psa. 19:8. 

Spiritual. Rom. 7 : 14. 

Holy, just, and good. Rom. 7:12. 

Exceeding broad. Psa. 119:96. 

Perfect. Psa. 19:7. Rom. 12:2. 

Truth. Psa. 119:142. 

Not grievous. 1 Jno. 5 : 3. 
Requirt s obedience of the heart. 

Psa. 51:6. Mat. 5:28. Mat. 22:37. 
Requires perfect obedience. Deu. 27: 

26. Gal. 3: 10. Jas. 2:10. 
Love is llie fulfilling of. Rom. 13: 8, 

10. Gal. 5:14. Jas. 2:8. 
It is man's duty to keep. Ecc. 12: 13. 
Man, by nature, not in siubjection to. 

Rom. 7 : 5. Rom. 8 : 7. 
Man cannot render perfect obedi- 



ence to.. 1 Kin. 8:46. Ecc. 7:20. 

Rom. 3: 10. 
Sin is a transgression of. 1 Jno. 3: 4. 
All men have transgressed. Rom. 3: 

9,19. 
Man cannot be justified by. Acts 13: 

.39. Rom. 3:20, 28. GaL2:16. Gal. 

3:11. 
Gives the knowledge of sin. Rom. 

3:20. Rom. 7:7. 
Worketh wrath. Rom. 4:15. 
Conscience testifies to. Rom. 2 : 15. 
Designed to lead to Christ. Gal. 3: 

24. 

OBEDrENCE TO 

A characteristic of saints. Rev. 12: 

17. 
A test of love. 1 Jno. 5:3. 
Of prime importance. 1 Cor. 7 : 19. 
Blessedness of keeping. Psa. 119:1. 
Mat. 5: 19. 1 Jno. 3: 22, 24. Rev. 
22 : 14. 
Christ 
Came to fulfil. Mat. 5 : 17. 
Magnified. Isa. 42:21. 
Explained. Mat. 7:12. Mat. 22: 

37 -40. 
The love of, produces peace. Psa, 

119:165. 
Saints 
Freed from the bondage of. Rom. 

6:14. Rom. 7:4, 6. Gal. 3:13. 
Freed from the curse of. Gal. 3: 13. 
Have, written on their hearts. Jer. 

31 : 33, with Heb. 8 : 10. 
Love. Psa. 119:97, 113. 
Delight in. Psa. 119: 77, Rom. 7i 

22. 
Prepare their hearts to seek. Ezr, 

7:10. 
Pledge themselves to walk in. Neh. 

10 : 29. 
Keep. Psa. 119:55. 
Pray to understand. Psa. 119: 18. 
Pray for power to keep. Psa. 119: 

34. 
Should remember. Mai. 4 : 4. 
Should make the subject of theii 

conversation. Exo. 13:9. 
Lament over the violation of, by 

others. Psa. 119:136. 
The wicked 
Despise. Amos 2:4. 
Forget. Hos. 4 : 6. 
Forsake. 2Chr. 12:1. Jer. 9:13. 
Refuse to hear. Isa. 30:9. Jer. 6: 

19. 
Refuse to walk in. Psa. 78 : 10. 
Castaway. Isa. 5:24. 
Is the rule of life to saints. 1 Cor. 9: 

21. Gal. 5:13, 14. 
Is the rule of the judgment. Rom, 

2:12. 
To be used lawfully. 1 Tim. 1 : 8. 
Established by faith. Rom. 3 : 31. 
Punishment for disobeying. Neh. 9: 
26, 27. Isa. 65 : 11—13. Jer. 9 : 13-16. 



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LAW. 



Law of Moses, The. 

Ts the law of God. Lev. 26 : 46. 
Given 
lu the desert. Eze. 20:10, 11. 
AtHoreb. Deu.4:10,15. Deu. 5:2. 
From the Mount Siiiai. Exo. 19: 

11,20. 
By disposition of angels. Acts 7 : 

53. 
Through Moses as mediator. Deu. 
5 : 5. 27, 28. Jno. 1 : 17. Gal. 3 : 19. 
To the Jews. Lev. 26:46. Psa. 

78 : 5. 
After the exodus. Deu. 4:45. Psa. 

81 : 4, 5. 
To no other nation. Deu. 4 : 8. 
Psa. 147 : 20. 
None to approach the Mount while 
God gave. Exo. 19: 13, 21—24. Heb. 
12:20. . 
Remarkable phenomena connected 
with, at giving of. Exo. 19: 16—19. 
Terror of Israel at receiving. Exo. 
19: 16. Exo. 20: 18—20. Deu. 5: 5, 
23-25. 
Additions made to, in the plains of 
Moab by Jordan. Num. 36: 13. 

C.\LLED 

A fiery law. Deu. 33:2. 
Word spoken by angels. Heb. 2: 2. 
Ministration of death. 2 Cor. 3: 7. 
Ministration of condemnation. 2 

Cor. 3 : 9. 
Lively oracles. Acts 7: 38, 
Roval law. Jas. 2:8. 
Book of the law. Deu. 30: 10. Jos. 

1:8. 
Book of Moses. 2Chr.25:4. 2 Chr. 

35:12. 
Rehearsed by Moses. Deu. 1 : 1—3. 
Entire of, written in a book. Deu. 

31:9. 
Book of, laid up in the sanctuary. 

Deu. 31 : 26.. 
Tables of, laid up in the ark. Deu. 

10:5. 
Divided into 
Moral, embodied in the ten com- 
mandments. Deu. 5:22. Deu. 10:4. 
Ceremonial, relating to manner of 

worshipping God. Lev. 7 : 37, 38. 

Heb. 9:1-7. 
Civil, relating to administration of 

justice. Deu. 17:9— 11. Acts 23: 

3. Acts 24: 6. 
A covenant of works to the Jews as 

a nation. Deu. 28: 1, 15, with Jer. 

31 : 32. 
Taught the Jews 
To love and fear God. Deu. 6:5, 

Deu. 10:12,13. Mat. 22 : 36, 38. 
To love their neighbor. Lev. 19: 18. 

Mat. 22 : 39. 
Strict justice and impartiality. 

Lev. 19:35, 36. 
All punishments awarded accord- 



ing to. Jno. 8: 5. Jno. 19:7. Heb. 
10:28. 
All Israelites eeqdired 
To know. Exo. 18:16. 
To observe. Deu. 4 : 6. Deu. 6 : 2. 
To lay up, in their hearts. Deu. 6: 

6. Deu. 11:18. 
To remember. Mai. 4:4. 
To teach their children. Deu. 6:7. 
Deu. 11:19. 
Kings to write out and study. Deu. 

17:18, 19. 
Good kings enforced. 2 Kin, 23:24, 

25. 2 Chr. 31:21. . 
Priests and Levites to teach. Deu. 

33:8-10. Neh.8:7. Mai. 2:7. 
Tlie scribes were learned in, and ex- 
pounded. Ezr. 7 : 6. Mat. 23 : 2. 
Public instruction given to youth in. 

Luke 2 : 46. Acts 22 : 3. 
Publicly read 
At the feast of tabernacles in the 
sabbatical year. Deu. 31 : 10—13, 
By Joshua. Jos. 8:34, 35. 
By Ezra. Neh. 8:2, 3. 
In the synagogues every Sabbath 
day. Acts 13 : 15. Acts 15 : 21. 
A means of national reformation. 2 

Chr. 34:19— 21. Neh. 8: 13^18. 
A shadow of good things to come. 

Heb. 10:1. 
Could not give righteousness and life. 
Gal. 3: 21, with Rom. 8: 3, 4. Heb. 
10:1. 
A schoolmaster to lead to Christ. 

Gal. 3: 24. 
Christ 
Made under. Gal. 4 : 4. 
Circumcised according to. Luke 

2:21. Rom. 15:8. 
Came not to destroy but to fulfil. 

Mat. 5:17, 18. 
Attended all feasts of. Jno. 2: 23. 

Jno. 7 : 2, 10, 37. 

Fulfilled all precepts of. Psa. 40:7,8. 

Fulfilled all types and shadows of. 

Heb. 9 : 8, 11—14, Heb. 10 : 1, 11-14. 

Magnified and made honorable. 

Isa. 42:21. 
Bore the curse of. Dou. 21 : 23, with 

Gal. 3:13. 
Abrogated, as a covenant of works. 
Rom. 7:4. 
Was not the manifestation of the 
grace of God. Jno. 1 : 17. See Rom. 
, 8:3,4. 
Could not disannul the covenant of 

gracG made in Christ. Gal. 3 : 17. 
Primitive Jewish converts would 
have all Christians observe. Acts 
15:1. 
The Jews 
Zealous for. Jno. 9: 28, 29. Acls21:20. 
Held those ignorant of, accursed. 

Jno. 7 : 49. 
From regard to, rejected Christ, 
Rom. 9 : 31—33. 



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148 



LEP. 



Accused Christ of breaking. Jqo. 

19:7. 
Accused Christians of speaking. 

Acts 6: 11-14. Acts 21: 28. 
Broke it themselves. Jno. 7: 19. 
Dishonored God by breaking. Rom. 

2:23. 
Shall be judged by. Jno. .5:45. 

Rom. 2: 12. 
Was a burdensome yoke. Acts 13 : 10. 
Darkness, <fec. at giving of, illustra- 
tive of obscurity of Mosaic dispen- 
sation. Heb. 12:18-24. 

Leaven. 

Used in making bread. Hos. 7 : 4. 
Diffusive properties of. 1 Cor. 5:6. 
Forbidden 
During the feast of passover. Exo. 

12: 15-20. 
To be offered with blood. Exo. 34 : 

25. 
To be offered, &c. with meat-offer- 
ings which were burned. Lev. 2 : 
11. Lev. 10:12. 
Used with thank offerings. Lev. 7 : 

13. Amos 4 : 5. 
First fruits of wheat offered with. 

Lev. 26:17. 
Illdstrative of 
The rapid spread of the gospel. 

Mat. 13:33. Luke 13: 21. 
Doctrines of Pharisees, &c. Mat. 

16:6,12. 
Ungodly professors. 1 Cor. 5 : 6, 7. 
False teachers. .Gal. 5 : 8, 9. 
Malice and wickedness. 1 Cor. 5 : 8. 

Lebanon, 

Bounded the land of Canaan on the 

north. Deu. 1 : 7. Don. 11 : 24. 
Given to Israel. Jos. 13 : 5, 6. 
Celebrated for 

Cedars. Psa. 29: 5. Psa. 92: 12. 
Isa. 14:8. 

Flowers. Nah. 1 : 4. 

Fragrance. So. of Sol. 4 : 11. 

Fragrance of its wines. Hos. 14 : 7. 

Glorious appearance. Isa. 35 : 2. 
Great part of, not conquered by the 

Israelities. Jos. 13: 2, 5. Jud. 3: 

1-4. 
Called 

The mountains. 2 Chr. 2 : 2. 

Mount Lebanon. Jud. 3:3. 

That goodly mountain. Deu. 3 : 25. 
Lofty tops of, covered witli snow. 

Jer. 18:14. 
Parjt of, barren. Isa. 29 : 17. 
Forests of, infested with wild beasts. 

So. of Sol. 4:8. Isa. 40: 16. Hab. 

2:17. 
Many streams came from. So. of 

Sol. 4: 15. 
Formerly inhabited by the Hivites. 

Jud. 3: 3. 



Moses anxious to behold. Deu. 3: 

25. 
Furnished 
Wood for Solomon's temple. 1 

Kin. 5: 5, 6. 
Stones for Solomon's temple. 1 

Kin. 5:14, 18. 
Wood for second temple. Ezr. 3:7. 
Solomon built 
The house of the forest of. 1 Kin. 

7:2. 
Storehouses in. 1 Kin. 9: 19. 
Difficulties of passing, surmounted 

by Assyrian army. 2 Kin. 19:23. 
Illustrative 
Of great and powerful monarchs, 

Isa. 10: 24,34. 
Of the Gentile world. Isa. 29:17. 
Of the Jewish nation. Jer. 22: 6, 

23. Heb. 2:17. 
Of the temple. Zee. 11:1. 
(Glory of, I of the glory of the 

church. Isa. 35: 2. Isa. 60:13. 
(Fragrance of.) of the graces of 

the church. So. of Sol. 4: 11. Hos. 

14:6,7. 
(Shaking of its forest,) of pro- 
digious growth of the church. 

Psa. 72: 16. 
(Mourning of,) of deep afHictiou. 

Eze. 31:15. 

Leopard. 

Inhabited mountains of Canaan. So. 

of Sol. 4: 8. 
Described as 

Spotted. Jer. 13:23. 

Fierce and cruel. Jer. 5 : 6. 

Swift. Hab._l:8. 
Lies in wait for its prey. Jer. 5:6. 

Hos. 13: 7. 
Illustrative 

Of God in His judgments. Hos, 13: 
7. 

Of the Macedonian empire. Dan. 
7:6. 

Of antichrist. Rev. 13:2. 

(.Tamed,) of the wicked subdued by 
the gospel. Isa. 11 : 6. 

Leprosy. 

A common disease among the Jews. 

Luke 4 : 27. 
Infected 

Men. Luke 17: 12. 

Women. Num. 12 : 10. 

Houses. Lev. 14:34. 

Garments. Lev. 13:47. 
An incurable disease. 2 Kin. 5:7. 
Often sent as a punishment for sin. 

Num. 12:9, 10. 2 Chr. 26:19. 
Often hereditary. 2 Sam. 3: 29. 2 

Kin. 5:27. 
Parts affected by; 

The hand. Exo. 4:6. 

The head. Lev. 13:44. 



LEP. 



14;) 



LEV. 



Tlio forehead. 2 Clir. 26: 19. 
Tlie beard. Lev. 13:30. 
The whole body. Luke 5: 12. 
Often bcfrau witli a bright rod spot. 

Lev. 13 : 2, 24. 
Turned the skin white. Exo, 4: 6. 

2 Kin.-.: 27. 
Turned the hair white or yellow. 

Lev. 13 : 3, 10, 30, 
The PRIESTS 
Judges and directors in cases of. 

Deu. 24 : 8. 
Examined persons suspected of. 

Lev. 13:2,9. 
Shut up persons suspected of, 

seven days. Lev, 13 : 4. 
Had rules for distinguishing. Lev, 

13:5-44. 
Examined all persons healed of. 

Lev. 14:2. Mat, 8: 4, Luke 17 : 

14. 
f Ceremonies at cleansing of. Lev. 

14 : 3-32. 
Chose afflicted with, 
Ceremonially unclean. Lev, 13:8, 

11,22,44. 
Separated from intercourse with 

others. Num. 5: 2, Num, 12: 14, 15, 
Associated together, 2 Kin, 7: 3, 

Luke 17: 12. 
Dwelt in a separate house. 2 Kin. 

15 : 5. 
Cut off from God's house. 2 Chr. 

26:21. 
Excluded from priest's ofHce. Lev, 

22 : 2 -4. 
To have their heads bare, clothes 

rent, and lip covered. Lev, 13: 

45, 
To cry unclean when approached. 

Lev. 13:45, 
Less inveterate when it covered the 

whole body. Lev, 13:13, 
Power of God manifested in curing. 

Num. 12: 13, 14. 2 Kin, 5: 8-14, 
Power of Christ manifested in cur- 
ing. Mat, 8:3, Luke 5: 13, Luke 
17:13,14.- 
Christ gave power to heal. Mat, 10: 8, 
Garments 
Suspected of, shown to priest. 

Lev. 13:49. 
Suspected of, shut up seven days. 

Lev. 13:50. 
Infected with, to have the piece 

first torn out. Lev. 13:56, 
Incurably infected with, burned. 

Lev, 13:51,52, 
Suspected of, but not having, 

washed and pronounced clean. 

Lev, 13 : 53, 54, 5S, 59. 

/lOUSES 

Suspected of, reported to priest. 

Lev. 14 : 35. 
Suspected of, emptied. Lev. 14: 36. 
Suspected of, inspected bv priest. 

Lev. 14:37. 



Suspected of, shut up seven days. 
Lev, 14 : 38, 

To have the part infected with, 
first removed, and the rest 
scraped, &c. Lev. 14 : 39, 42. 

Incurably infected with, pulled 
down and removed. Lev. 14 : 43 
-45. 

Infected with, communicated un 
cleanness to every one who en 
tered them. Lev. 14 : 46, 47. 

Suspected of, but uot infected, pro- 
nounced clean. Lev. 14 : 48. 

Ceremonies at cleansing of. Lev, 
14:49-53, 

Leviathan. 

Created by God. Psa, 104 : 26. 

Nature and habits of. Job 41 ch. 

God's power, exhibited in destroy- 
ing, Psa, 74: 14. 

Illustrative of 
Powerful and cruel kings. Isa, 27 : 1, 
Power and severity of God. Job 
41 : 10. 

Levitcs, The. 

Descended from Jacob's third son. 
Gen, 29:34. Heb, 7:9, 10, 

Prophecies respecting. Gen. 49: 5, 7. 
Deu, 33: 8— 11. 

Originally consisted of three fami- 
lies or divisions. Num. 3: 17. 1 
Chr. 6:16-48. 

Not numbered with Israel. Num. 1 : 
47—49. - 

Numbered separately after the peo- 
ple from a month old. Num. 3: 14 
-16, 39. 

Families, as numbered. 
Of Gershom, Num. 3: IS, 21, 22, 
Of Kohath, Num. 3: 19, 27, 28. 
Of Merari. Num. 3 : 20, 33, 34. 

Chosen by God for service of (ho 
sanctuary. 1 Chr, 15 : 2, with Num. 
3:6. 

Were consecrated. Num. 8: 6, 14. 

Taken instead of the first-born of 
Israel. Num, 3: 12, 13, 40— 45, Num. 
8:16-18. 

Zeal against idolatry a cause o\ 
their appointment. Exo. 32:26-- 
28, with Deu. 33: 9, 10. 

Entered on their service at twenty- 
five years of age. Num. 8: 24. 

Numbered as ministers at thirty, 

^ Num, 4:3, 23, &c. 

Superannuated at fifty. Num. 8:25. 

When superannuated, required to 
perform the less arduous duties. 
Num. 8: 26. 

Ceremonies at consecration of; 
Cleansing and purifying. Num, 

8:7, 
Making a sin-offering for. Num, 8: 
8,12. 



LEV. 



150 



LIB. 



Elders of Israel laying their hands 
on them. Num. 8: 9, 10. 

Presenting them to God as an of- 
fering for the people. Num.8: 
11, 15. 

Setting before the priests and pre- 
senting them as their offering to 
God. Num. 8:13. 
Given to Aaron and sons. Num. 3: 9. 

Num. 8:19. 
Encamped round the tabernacle. 

Num. 1 : 50, 52, 53. Num. 3 : 23, 29, 35. 
Marched in the centre of Israel. 

Xum. 2: 17. 
Services of; 

Ministering to the Lord. Deu. 10:8. 

Ministering to priests. Num. 3: 6, 
7. Num. 18:2. 

Ministering to the people. 2 Chr. 
35:3. 

Keeping the charge of the sanc- 
tuary. Num. 18 : 3. 1 Chr. 23 : 32. 

Keeping sacred instruments and 
vessels. Num. 3: 8. 1 Chr. 9: 28, 29. 

Keeping sacred oil, flour, &c. 1 
Chr. 9: 29,30. 

Keeping sacred treasures. 1 Chr. 
26 : 20. 

Taking charge of the tithes, offer- 
ings, &c. 2 Chr. 31 : 11—19. Neh. 
12:44. 

Doing the service of tabernacle. 
Num. 8:19,22. 

Taking down, putting up, and car- 
rying the tabernacle, &c. Num. 
1:.50, 51. Num. 4:5-33. 

Preparing the sncrificps for the 
priests. 1 Chr. 23: 31. 2 Chr. 35: 11. 

Preparing the show bread. 1 Chr. 
9:31,32. 1 Chr. 23:29. 

Purifying the holy things. 1 Chr. 
23 : 28. 

Regulating weights and measures. 

1 Chr. 23:29. 

Teaching the people. 2 Chr. 17 : 8, 
9. 2 Chr. 30 : 22. 2 Chr. 35 : 3. Neh. 
8:7. 

Blessing the people. Deu. 10:8. 

Keeping the gates of the temple. 1 
Chr. 9: 17-20. IChr. 23: .5. 2 Chr. 
35 : 15. Neh. 12 : 25. 

Conducting the sacred music. 1 
Chr. 23: 5-30. 2 Chr. 5: 12, 13. 
Neh. 12:24.27-43. 

Singing praises before the army. 2 
Chr. 20:21,22. 

Judging and deciding in contro- 
versies. Deu. 17:9. 1 Chr. 23 : 4. 

2 Chr. 19:8. 

Guarding king's person and house 
in time of danger. 2 Kin. 11 : 5—9. 
2 Chr. 23 : 5 - 7. 
Had no inheritance in Israel. Deu. 

10:9. Jos. 13:33. Jos. 14-3. 
The Jews to be kind and benevolent 
to. Deu. 12 : 12, 18, 19. Deu. 1 1 : 29. 
Deu. 16:11,14. 



Eight and forty cities with extensive 
suburbs, appointed for. Num. 35: 
2-8. 
The tithes given to, for their support. 
Num. 18:21, 24. 2 Chr. 31:4, 5. 
Neh. 12 : 44, 45. Sec Heb. 7 : 5. 
Bound to give a tenth of their tithes 

to the priests. Num. 18: 26-32. 
Had a part of the offerings. Deu. 18: 

1,2. 
David 
Numbered them first from thirtv 

years old. IChr. 23:2, 3. 
Divided them into four classes. 1 

Chr. 23:4— 6. 
By his last words had them nura- j 
bered from twenty years old. 1 
Chr. 23:24,27. 
Made them serve from twenty on 
account of the lightness of their 
duties. 1 Chr. 23 : 26, 28-32. 
Subdivided them into twenty-four 
courses. 1 Chr. 23: 6, with 1 Chr.' 
25:8 31. 
Made them attend in courses. 2 ^ 
Chr. 8:14. 2 Chr. 31 : 17. . . ^ 
Served in courses after captivity. 

Ezr. 6: 18. 
Had chiefs or officers over them. 
Num. 3: 24, 30, 35. 1 Chr. 15: 4—10. 
2 Chr. 35:9. Ezr. 8:29. 
Were all under control of the high 
priest's deputy. Num. 3: 32. ■ 1 
Chr. 9:20. 
While in attendance lodged around 

the temple. 1 Chr. 9:27. 
Punished with death for encroach- 
ing on the priestly office. Nura. 
18:3. 
Punishment of Korah and others 
of, for offering incense. Num. 
16 : 1-35. 

Liberality. 
Pleasing to God. 2 Cor. 9: 7. Heb. 

13 : 16. 
God never forgets. Heb. 6: 10. 
Christ set an exam pie of. 2 Cor. 8: 9. 
Characteristic of saints. Psa. 112: 9. 

Isa. 32:8. 
Unprofitable, without love. 1 Cor. 

13 : .3. 
Should be exercised 
In the service of God. Exo. 3a : 

21—29. 
Toward saints. Rom. 12: 13. Gal. 

6:10. 
Toward servants. Deu. 15: 12—14. 
Toward the poor. Deu. 15 : 11. Isa. 

.58 : 7. 
Toward strangers. Lev. 25 : 35. 
Toward enemies. Pro. 25 : 21. 
Toward- all men. Gal. 6:10. 
In lending to those in want. Mat. 

5:42. 
In giving alms. Luke 12: 33. 
In relieving the destitute. Isa. 58: 7. 



LIB. 



151 



LIF. 



Ill forwarding missions. Phi. 4: 14 

"16. 
In rendering personal services. 

Phi. 2:30. 
Without ostentation. Mat. 6: 1—3. 
With simplicity. Rom. 12:8. 
.\ccor(ling to ability, Beu. 16: 10, 

n. 1 Cor. 16:2. 
Willingly. Exo. 2.5:2. 2 Cor. 8:12. 
Abundantly. 2 Cor. 8:7. 2 Cor. 9: 

11-13. 
Exercise of, provokes others to, 2 

Cor. 9:2. 
Lab(.)r to bo enabled to exercise. 

Acts 20: 35. Eph. 4:28. 
Want of, 
Brings many a curse. Pro. 28: 27. 
A proof of not loving God. 1 Juo. 

3:17. 
A proof of not having faith. Jas. 

2: 14—16. 
Blessings connected with. Psa. 41: 

1. Pro. 22:9. Acts 20: 35. 
Promises to. Psa. 112: 9. Pro. 11 : 25. 

Pro. 28: 27. Ecc. 11: 1, 2. Isa. 58: 10. 
Exhortations to. Luke 3: 11. Luke 

11:41. Acts 20: 3.5. 1 Cor. 16:1. 1 

Tim. 6: 17, 18. 
Exemplified. Princes of Israel, Nuhi.7: 

2. Boaz, Ruth 2 : 16. David, 2 Sam. 9: 
7, 10. Bar=illai, cE-o. 2 Sam. 17:28. 
.-IniKno/i, 2Sam. 24:22. Shunnviniite, 
2 Kin. 4 : 8, 10. Jwhih, 2 Chr. 24 : 10, 11. 
Nehe7niah, Nell. 7: 70. Jews, Neh. 7: 
71, 72. Job, Job 29 : 15, 16. Nebmar- 
adim, .Jer. 40: 4, 5. Joanna, &c. Luke 
8:3. Zac<?/ic!(s, Luke 19: 8. Primitive 
CIt ristians. Acts 2:45. Barnabas, Acts 
4:, 36, 37. Z)orcas, Acts 9 : 36. Cornel- 
ius, Acts 16:2. Church of Antioch, 
Acts 11:29,30. Lydia, Acts 16:15. 
Paul, Acts 20:34. Stephanas, <£•(■. 1 
Cor. 16:17. 

Extraordinary— Exemplified. Israel- 
ites, Exo. 36: 5. Poor icidotv. Mar, 
12: 42 — 44. Churches of Macedonia, 
2 Cor. 8:1-5. 

Liberty, Christian. 

Foretold. Isa. 42 : 7. Isa. 61 : 1. 
Conferred 

By God. Col. 1:1.3. 

By Christ. Gal. 4:3-5. Gal. 5: 1. 

By the Holy Ghost. Rom. 8:15, 2 
Cor 3: 17. 

Through the gospel. Jno. 8: 32. 
Confirmed by Christ. Jno. 8: 36. 
Proclaimed by Christ. Isa. 61 : 1. 

Luke 4 : 18. 
The service of Christ is. 1 Cor. 7 : 22. 

Is FREEDOM FROM 

The law. Rom. 7 : 6. Rom. 8 : 2. 
The curse of the law. Gal. 3 : 13. 
The fear of death Heb. 2:15. 
Sin. Rom. 6: 7. 18. 
Corruption. Rom. 8: 21. 
^11 dage of man. 1 Cor. 9:19. 



Jewish ordinances. Gal. 4:3. Col 
2: 20. 
Called the glorious liberty of ths 

children of God. Rom. 8: 21. 
Saints are called to. Gal. 5:13. 
Saints bhould 

Praise God for. Psa. 116: 16, 17. 

Assert. 1 Cor. 10:29. 

Walk in. Psa. 119:45. 

Stand fast in. Gal. 2 : 5. Gal. 5 : 1. 

Not abuse. Gal. 5:13. 1 Pet. 2:16. 

Not offend others by. 1 Cor. 8:9 
1 Cor. 10 : 29, .32. 
The gospel is the law of. Jas. 1 : 2ri 

Jas. 2: 12. 

FAI.se TEACHERS 

Promise, to others. 2 Pet. 2 : 19. 

Abuse. Judo 4. 

Try to destroy. Gal. 2:4. 
The wicked, devoid of. Jno. 8:3%., 

with Rom. 6:20. 
Typified. Lev. 25: 10-17. Gal. 4:22 

—26, 31. 

Life, Eternal. 

Christ is. 1 Jno. 1:2. 1 Jno. 5 : 20. 
Revealed by Christ. Jno. 6: 68. 

2 Tim. 1 : 10. 
To know God and Christ is. Jno. 17 : 3. 
Given 
By God. Psa. 133:3. Rom. 6: 23. 
By Christ. Jno. 6: 27. Juo. 10:28. 
In Christ. 1 Jno. 5: 11. 
Through Christ. Rom. 5 : 21. Rom. 

6:23. 
To all given to Christ. Jno. 17 : 2. 
To those who believe in God. Jno. 

5 : 24. 
To those who believe in Christ. 

Jno. 3 : 15, 16. Jno. 6 : 40, 47. 
To those who hate life for Christ. 

Jno. 12 : 25. 
In answer to prayer. Psa. 21 : 4. 
Revealed in the Scriptures. Jno. 5: 

39. 
Results from 
Drinking the water of life. Jno, 

4:14. 
Eating the bread of life. Jno. 6; 

50— .58. 
Eating of the tree of life. Rev. 2 : 7. 
They who are otdained to, believe 

the gospel. Acts 13: 48. 
Saints 
Have promises of. 1 Tim. 4: 8. 2 

Tim. 1:1. Tit. 1 : 2. 1 Jno. 2:25. 
Have hope of. Tit. 1:2. Tit. 3: 7. 
May have assurance of. 2 Cor. 5:1. 

1 Jno. 5 : 13. 
Shall reap, through the Spirit. Gal. 

6:8. 
Shall inherit. Mat. 19 : 29. 
Look for the mercy of God unto, 

Jude 21. 
Should lay hold of. 1 Tim. 6: 12, 19 
Are preserved unto. Jna. 10:28, 29 



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Shall rise unto. Dan. 12: 2. Jno. 

5 : 29. 
Shall go into. Mat. 25 : 46. 
Shall reign in. Dan. 7 : 18. Rom. 5 : 
17. 
The self-righteous think to inherit, 

by works. Mar. 10:17. " 

Cannot be inherited by works. Rom. 

2:7, with Rom. 3:10-19. 
The wicked 
Have not. 1 Jno. 3:15. 
Judge themselves unworthy of. 
Acts 13: 46. 
Exhortation to seek. Jno. 6: 27. 

Life, Natural. 

God is the Author of. Gen. 2 : 7. Acts 

17 : 28. 
God preserves. Psa. 36:6. Psa. 66:9. 
Is in the hand of God. Job 12 : 10. 

Dan. 5:23. 
Forfeited by sin. Gen. 2 : 17. Gen. 

3:17—19. 
Of others, not to be taken away. Exo. 

20:13. 
Described as 

Vain. Ecc.6:12. 

Limited. Job 7:1. Job 14: 5. 

Short. Job 14:1. Psa. 89:47. 

Uncertain. Jas. 4:13— 15. 

Full of trouble. Job 14 : 1. 
God's loving-kindness better than. 

Psa. 63:3. 
The value of. Job 2 : 4. Mat. 6 : 25. 
Preserved by discretion. Pro. 13:3. 
Sometimes prolonged, in answer to 

prayer. Isa. 38:2— 5. Jas. 5:15. 
Obedience to God, tends to prolong. 

Deu. 30:20. 
Obedience to parents, tends to pro- 
long. Exo. 20 : 12. Pro. 4 : 10. 
Cares and pleasures of, dangerous. 

Luke 8: 14. Luke 21 : 34. 2 Tim. 

2:4. 
Saints have true enjoyment of. Psa. 

128:2. 1 Tim. 4: 8. 
Of saints, specially protected by 

God. Job 2 : 6. Acts 18 : 10. 1 Pet. 

3 : 13. 
Of the wicked, not specially pro- 
tected by God. Job 36 : 6. Psa. 78 : 

50. 
The wicked have their portion of 

good, during. Psa. 17: 14. Lulce 

6:24. Luke 16: 25. 
Should be spent in 

The fear of God. 1 Pet. 1 : 17. 

The service of God. Luke 1 : 75. 

Living unto God. Rom. 14: 8. Phi. 
1:21. 

Peace. Rom. 12:18. 1 Tim. 2 : 2. 

Doing good. Ecc. 3: 12. 
Should be taken all due care of, 

Mat. 10:23. Acts 27: 34. 
Should be laid down, if necessary, 

for Christ. Mat. 10: 39. Luke 14: 

26. Acts 20: 24. 



Should be laid down, if necessary, 

for the brethren, Rom. 16: 4. 1 Jno. 

3: 16. 
Be thankful for 

The preservation of. Psa. 103: 4. 
Jno. 2: 6. 

The supply of its wants. Gen. 48: 
15. 
The dissatisfied despise. Ecc. 2:17. 
We know not what is good for us in, 

Ecc. 6:12. 
Be not over-anxious to provide for 

its wants. Mat. 6:25. 
The enjoyment of, consists not in 

abundance of possessions. Luke 

12:15. 
Is compared to 

An eagle hasting to the prey. Job 
9:26. 

A pilgrimage. Gen. 47 : 9. 

A tale told. Psa. 90:9. 

A swift post. Job 9 : 25. 

A swift ship. Job 9:26. 

A hand-breadth. Psa, 39 : 5, 

A shepherd's tent removed, Isa. 
38 ' 18 

A dream. Psa, 73:20, 

Asleep. Psa. 90: 5. 

A" vapor. Jas. 4:14. 

A shadow. Ecc. 6: 12. 

A thread cut by the weaver. Is,a. 
38:12. 

A weaver's shuttle. Job 7 : 6. 

A flower. Job 14: 2. 

Grass. 1 Pet. 1 : 24. 

SVater spilt on the ground. 2 Sam. 
14:14. 

Wind. Job 7: 7. 
Shortness of, should lead to spiritual 

improvement. Deu. 32: 29. Psa. 

90:12. 
Sometimes judicially shortened. 1 

Sam. 2: 32, 33. Job 36: 14. 
Miraculously restored by Christ. 

Mat. 9 : 18, 25. Luke 7 : 15, 22. Juo. 

11 : 43. 

Life, Spirittjal. 

God is the Author of. Psa. 36: 9. Col. 

2: 13. 
Christ is the Author of. Jno. 5 : 21, 

25. Jno. 6: 33, 51—53. Jno. 14: 6. 

1 Jno. 4 : 9. 
The Holy Ghost is the Author of. 

Eze. 37: 14, with Rom. 8: 9— 13. 
The word of God is the instrument 

of. Isa. 55: 3. 2 Cor. 3:6. 1 Pet. 

4:6. 
Is hidden with Christ. Col. 3: 3. 
The fear of God is. Pro. 14: 27. Pifo. 

19 : 23. 
Spiritual-mindedness is. Rom. 8: 6. 
Is maintained by 

Christ. Jno. 6:57. 1 Cor. 10: 3, 4, 

Faith. Gal. 2: 20. 

The word of God. Deu. 8:3, with 
Mat. 4:4. 



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Prayer. Psa. 69:32. 
H IS its origin in tho uew-birtb. Jno. 

; . o ^ 

H IS its infancy. Luke 10: 21. 1 Cor. 

.:1,2. iJno. 2:12. 
H IS its youth. 1 Jno. 2: 13, 14. 
H IS its maturity. Epii. 4 : 13. 1 Jno. 

.;:13, 14. 

Is DESC'EIBED AS 

A life unto God. Kom. 6: 11. Gal. 
2: 19. 

Newness of life. Rom. 6: 4. 

Living in tlie Spirit. Gal. 5: 2."). 
Revived by God. Psa. 8.J: 6. Hos. 

0:2. 
Evidenced by love to tbe brethren. 

1 Jno. 3 : 14. 
All saints have. Eph. 2: 1, 5. Col. 

2 : 13. 
Should animate the services of saints. 

Rom. 12: 1. 1 Cor. 14: 15. 
Saints praise God for. Psa. 119: 175. 
Seek to grow in. Eph. 4:15. 1 Pet. 

2:2. 
Pray for the increase of. Psa. 119: 25. 

Psa. 143: 11. 
Tlie wicked alienated from. Eph. 

4:18. 
Lovers of pleasure destitute of. 1 

Tim. 5:6. 
Hypocrites destitute of. Judo 12. 

Rev. 3:1. 
Illustrated. Eze. 37 : 9, 10. Luke 15 : 

24. 

Light. 

God the only source of. Jas. 1 : 17. 
Created by God. Gen. 1 : 3. Isa. 45 : 7. 
Senarated from darkness. Gen. 1 : 4. 
Sun, moon, and stars appointed to 

communicate to the earth. Gen. 

1 : 14—17. Jer. 31 : 35. 
Divided into 

Natural. Job 24 : 14. Isa. 5 : 30. 

Extraordinary or miraculous. Exo. 
14: 20. Psa. 78: 14. Acts 9: 3. 
Acts 12 : 7. 

Artificial.' Jer. 25:10. Acts. 16:29. 
Communicated to the body through 

the eye. Pro. 15 : 30. Mat. 6 : 22. 
Described as 

White and pure. Mat. 17 : 2. 

Bright. Job 37: 21. 

Shining. 2 Sam. 23: 4. Job 4i : 18. 

Diffusive, Job 25: 3, with Job 36: 
30. 

Useful and precious. Ecc. 2:13. 

Agreeable. Ecc. 11 : 7. 

Manifesting objects. Jno. 3 : 20, 21. 
Eph. 5: 13. 
The tlieory of, beyond man's com- 
prehension. Job 38 : 19, 20, 24. 
Illustrative of 

Glf>ry of God. Psa. 104: 2, with 1 
Tim. 6: 16. 

Purity of God. 1 Jno. 1 : 5. 

Wisdom of God. Dan. 2: 22. 



Guidance of God. Psa. 27:1. Psa. 

36:9. 
Favor of God. Psa. 4:6. Isa. 2:5. 
Clirist the sourc(^ of all wisdom. 

Luke 2: 32. Jno. 1:4,9. Jno. 

8:12. Jno. 12:46. 
Glory of Christ. Acts 9: 3, 5. Acts 

26: 13. 
Purity of Christ. Mat. 17 : 2. 
Woril of God. Psa. 119: 105, 130. 2 

Pet. 1 : 19. 
Gospel. 2 Cor. 4:4. 1 Pet. 2:9. 
Ministers. Mat. 5:14. Jno. 5:35. 
Wise rulers. 2 Sam. 21: 17. 2 Sam. 

23:4. 
The soul of man. Job 18: 5, 6. 
Saints. Luke 16: 8. Eph. 5:8. 

Phi. 2:15. 
Future glory of saints. Psa. 97 : 11. 

Col. 1:12. 
The path of the just. Pro. 4 : 18. 
The glory of the church. Isa. 60:1 

—3. 
Whatever makes manifest. Jno. 3: 

21. Eph. 5:13. 

Lion, The. 

Canaan infested by. 2 Kin. 17 : 25, 26. 
Described as 

Superior in strength. Jud. 14:18. 
Pro. 30 : 30. 

Active. Deu. 33:22. 

Courageous. 2 Sam. 17: 10. 

Fearless even of man. Isa. 31 : 4. 
Nab. 2:11. 

Fierce. Job 10: 16. Job 28: 8. 

Voracious. Psa. 17:12. 

Majestic in movement. Pro. 30: 
29, 30. 
Greatness of its teeth alluded to. 

Psa. 58:6. Joel 1 : 6. 
God's power exhibited in restrain- 
ing. 1 Kin. 13 : 28. Dan. 6 : 22, 27. 
God provides for. Job 38:. 39. Psa. 

104:21,28. 
Lurketh for its prey. Psa. 10: 9. 
Roars when seeking prey. Psa. 104: 

21. Isa. .31:4. 
Rends its prey. Dou. 33:20. Psa. 

7:2. 
Often carries its prey to its den. Nah. 

2:12. 
Conceals itself by day. Psa. 104 : 22. 
Often perishes for lack of food. Job 

4:11. 
Inhabits 

Forests. Jer. 5 : 6. 

Thickets. Jer. 4 : 7. 

Mountains. So. of Sol. 4: 8. 

Deserts. Isa. 30:6. 
Attacks the sheepfolds. 1 Sam. 17: 

.34. Amos 3: 12. Mic. 5:8. 
Attacks and destroys men. 1 Kin. 

13:24. 1 Kin. 20:36. 
Universal terror causetl "1)y roaring 

of. Jer. 2:15. Amos 3: 8. 



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Criminals often thrown to. Dan. 6: 

7, 16, 24. 
Hunting of, alluded to. Job 10: 16. 
Slain by 
Samson. Jud. 14: 5, 6. 
David. 1 Sam. 17 : 35, 36. 
Benaiah. 2 Sam. 23:20. 
A Bwarm of bees found in the carcass 

of, by Samson. Jud. 14 : 8. 
Disobedient prophet slain by. 1 Kin. 

13:24,26, 
Illustrative 
Of Israel. Num. 24: 9, 
Of the tribe of Judah. Gen, 49 : 9. 
Of the tribe of Gad, Deu, 33:20. 
Of Christ. Rev. 5 : '>. 
Of God in protecting His church. 

Isa,.31:4, 
Of God in executing judgments. 

Isa.38:13. Lam. 3:10. Hos. 5:14. 

Hos. 13 : 8. 
Of boldness of saints. Pro. 28 : 1, 
Of brave men. 2 Sam. 1 : 23. 2 Sam. 

23 : 20. 
Of cruel and powerful enemies. Isa. 

5 : 29. Jer, 49 : 19, Jer. 51 : 38. 
Of persecutors. Pua. 22 : 13. 2 Tim. 

4:17. 
Of the devil. 1 Pet. 5:8. 
Of imaginary fears of the slothful. 

Pro, 22:13. Pro, 20:13. 
(Tamed.) of the natural man sub- 
dued by grace. Isa. 11 : 7. Isa. 

65 : 25. 
(Roaring of,) of a king's wrath. 

Pro. 19:12. Pro. 20:2, 

Locust, The. 

A small insect. Pro, 30: 24, 27, 
Clean and fit for food Lev. 11 : 21, 22. 
Described as 
Wise. Pro, 30: 24, 27. 
Voracious. Exo, 10: 15, 
Rapid in movement, Isa, 33:4. 
Like to horses prepared for battle. 
Joel 2: 4, with Rev, 9: 7. 
Carried every way by the wind. Exo. 

10:13,19. 
Immensely numerous. Psa. 105 : 34. 

Nah, 3: 15. 
Flies in bands and with order. Pro. 

30:27. 
One of the plagues of Egypt. Exo. 

10:4—1.5. 
The Jews 
Used, as food. Mat, 3 : 4. 
Threatened with, as a punishment 

forsiu, Deu. 28:38, 42, 
Deprecated the plague of. 1 Kin. 

8:37,38, 
Often plagued by, Joel 1 : 4..Joel 2 : 25. 
Promised deliverance from the 
plague of, on humiliation, &c. 
2 Chr. 7 : 13, 14. 
Illustrative 
Of destructive enemies. Joel 1 : 6, 
7. Joel 2: 2— 9 



Of false teachers of the apostacy. 

Rev. 9: 3. 
Of ungodly rulers. Nah. 3 : 17. 
(Destruction of,) of destruction of 

God's enemies. Nah. 3:15. 

Long-suffering of God, The. 

Is part of His character, Exo. 34: 6. 

Num. 14:18. Psa. 86:15. 
Salvation, the object of. 2 Pet. 3 : 15. 
Through Christ's intercession. Luke 

13:8. 
Should lead to repentance. Rom. 2: 

4. 2 Pet. 3:9. 
An encouragement to repent. Joel 

2:13. 
Exhibited in forgiving sins, Rom, 

3 : 25. 
Exercised toward 

His people. Isa. 30: 18. Eze. 20: 17. 

The wicked. Rom. 9:22. 1 Pet. 3:20. 
Plead in prayer. Jer. 15 : 15. 
Limits set to. Gen. 6 : 3. Jer, 44 : 22. 
The wicked 

Abuse. Ecc. 8:11. Mat. 24 : 48, 49. 

Despise. Rom. 2; 4. 

Punished for despising. Neh. 9: 
30, Mat. 24: 48-51. Rom. 2: 5. 
Illustrated. Luke 13 : 6, 9. 
Exemplified. Mamisseh, 2 Chr. 33: 

10—13. Israel, Psa. 78 : 38. Isa. 48 : 

9. Jerusalem, Mat, 23: 37. Paul, 1 

Tim. 1 : 16. 

Love of Christ, The 

To the Father, Psa, 91 : 14. Jno. 14 : 

31. 
To His church. So. of Sol. 4 : 8, 9. So. 
of Sol. 5 : 1. Jno. 15 : 9. Eph, 5 : 25. 
To those who love Him. Pro. 8:17, 

Jno, 14:21, 
Manifested in Hia 
Coming to seek the lost. Luke 19: 

10, 
Praying for His enemies. Luke 

23 : 34. 
Giving Himself for us. Gal. 2:20. 
Dying for us. Jno. 15 : 13. 1 Jno. 

3: 16. 
Washing away our sins. Rev, 1 : 5, 
Interceding for us. Heb. 7: 25. 

Heb. 9 : 24. 
Sending the Spirit. Psa. 68: 18. 

Jno. 16: 7. 
Rebukes and chastisements. Rev. 
3:19. 
Passeth knowledge. Eph. 3:19. 
To be imitated. Jno, 13 : 34. Jno. 15 
12. Eph. 5:2. 1 Jno. 3:16. 

To S.\INTS, IS 

Unquenchable. So. of Sol. 8 : 7. 

Constraining. 2 Cor. 5: 14. 

Unchangeable. Jno. 13:1. 

Indissoluble. Rom 8: 35. 
Obedient saints abide in. Jno. 15: 10. 
Saints obtain victory through.' Rom. 

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Is the bautier over His saiuts. So. 

of Sol. 2: 4. 
Is the ground of His saiuts love to 

Him. Luke 7: 47. 
To saiuts, shall bo ackuowledged 

even by enemies. Rev. 3 : 9. 
Illustrated. Mat. 18: 11— 13. 
Exemplified towards. Peter, Luke 

22:32, 61. Lazarus, c&e. Jno. 11:5, 

.36. Jlis apostlen, Jno. 13: 1, 34. 

John, Jno. 13: 23. 

Love of God, The. 
Is a part of His character. 2 Cor. 13: 

11. 1 Jno. 4: 8. 
Christ, the especial object of. Juo. 

1.-) : 9. Jno. 17 : 26. 
Christ abides in. Jno. 1.j:10. 
Described as 

Sovereign. Deu. 7:8. Deu. 10: lo. 

Great. Eph. 2:4. 

Abiding. Zep. 3: 17. 

Unfailing. Isa. 49: 15, 16. 

Unalienable. Rom. 8:39. 

Constraining. Hos. 11: 4. 

Everlasting. Jer. 31 : 3. 
Irrespective of merit. Deu. 7: 7. 

.Job 7 : 17. 
Manifested towards 

Perishing sinners. Jno. 3:16. Tit, 
3:4. 

His saints. Juo. 16: 27. Juo. 17: 
23. 2 The. 2 : 16. 1 Jno. 4 : 16. 

The destitute. Deu. 10: 18. 

The cheerful giver. 2 Cor. 9: 7. 
Exhibited in 

The giving of Christ. Jno. 3 : 16. 

The sending of Christ. 1 Jno. 4 : 9. 

Christ's dying for us while sinners. 
Rom. 5: 8. 1 Jno. 4 : 10. 

Election. Mai. 1:2,3. Rom. 9: 
11 13. 

Adoption. 1 Jno. 3 : 1. 

Redemption. Isa. 43: 3, 4. Isa. 63:9. 

Freeness of salvation. Tit. 3: 4—7. 

Forgiving sin. Isa. 38 : 17. 

Quickening souls. Eph. 2 : 4, 5. 

Drawing us to Himself. Hos. 11 : 4. 

Temporal blessings. Deu. 7:13. 

Chastisements. Heb. 12 : 6. 

Defeating evil counsels. Deu. 23 : 5. 
Shed abroad in the heart by the 

Holy Ghost. Rom. 5:5. 
Saints know and believe. 1 Jno. 4 : 

16. 
Saints should abide in. Jude 21. 
Perfected in saints 

By obedience. 1 Jno. 2:5. 

By brotherly love. 1 Jno. 4 : 12. 
The source of our love to Him. 1 Juo. 

4: 19. 
To be sought in prayer. 2 Cor. 13 : 14. 

Love to Christ. 

Exhibited by God. Mat. 17:5. Jno. 

5:20. 
Exhibited by saints. 1 Pet. 1 : 8. 



His personal excellence is deserving 

of. So. of Sol. 5 : 9-16. 
His love to us a motive to. 2 Cor. 5: 

14. 
Manifested in 

Seeking Him. So. of Sol. 3: 2. 

Obeying Him. Juo. 11: 15, 21, 23. 

Miiiis((-ring to Him. Mat. 27:55, 
witii -Mai. 25: 40. 

Preferring Him to all others. Mat. 
10:37. 

Taking up the cross for Him. Mat. 
10 : 38. 
A characteristic of saiuts. So. of 

Sol. 1:4. 
An evidence of adoption. Jno. 8:42, 
Should be 

Sincere. Eph. 6:24. 

With the soul. So. of Sol. 1 : 7. 

In proportion to our mercies. Luke 
7:47. 

Supreme. Mat. 10:. 37. 

Ardent. So. of Sol. 2: 5. So. of 
Sol. 8:6. 

Unquenchable. So. of Sol. 8 : 7. 

Even unto death. Acts 21: 13. Rev. 
12:11. 
Promises to. 2 Tim. 4 : 8. Jas. 1 : 12, 
Increase of, to be prayed for. Phi. 

1:9. 
Pray for grace to those who have. 

Eph. 6: 24. 
They who have, 

Are loved by the Father. Jno. 14: 
21,23. Juo. 16:27. 

Are loved by Christ. Pro. 8: 17. 
Jno. 14:21. 

Enjoy communion with God and 
Christ. Jno. 14:23. 
Decrease of, rebuked. Rev. 2 : 4. 
Want of, denounced. 1 Cor. 16: 22. 
The wicked, destitute of. Psa. 35: 

19, with Jno. 15:18,2.5. 
Exemplified. Joseph of Arimatheci, 

Mat. 27 : 57 — 60. Penitent woman, 

Luke 7 : 47. Certain women, Luke 

23: 28. Thomits, Jno. 11:16. Mary 

Magdalene, Jno. 20:11. Peter, Jno. 

21 : 15-17. Paul, Acts 21 : 13. 

Love to God. 

Commanded. Deu. 11:1. .Jos. 22:5. 
The first great commandment. Mat. 

22 : 38. 
With all the heart. Deu. 6:5, with 

Mat. 22: 37. 
Better than all sacrifices. Mar. 12: 

33. 
Produced by 

The Holy Ghost. Gal. 5:22. 2 The. 
3:5. 

The love of God to us. 1 Jno. 4 : 19. 

Answers to prayer. Psa. 116 : 1. 
Exhibited by Christ. Jno. 14: 31. 
A characteristic of saints. Psa. 5 : 11, 
Should produce 

Joy. Psa. 5 : 11. 



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Love to saints. 1 Jno. 5 : 1. 

Hatred of sin. Psa. 97 : 10. 

Obedience to God. Deu. 30:20. 1 
Jno. 5 : 3. 
Perfected in obedience. 1 Jno. 2 : 5. 
Perfected, gives boldness. 1 Jno. 4 : 

17, 18. 
God, faithful to those who have. 

Deu. 7:9. 
They who have 

Are known of Him. 1 Cor. 8 : 3. 

Are preserved by Him, Psa. 145 : 20. 

Are delivered by Him. Psa. 91 : 14. 

Partake of His mercy. Exo. 20: 6. 
Deu. 7:9. _ 

Have all things working for their 
good. Rom. 8: 28. 
Persevere in. Jude 21. 
Exhort one another to. Psa. 31 : 23. 
Pray for. 2 The. 3 : 5. 
The love of the world is a proof of 

not having. 1 Jno. 2 : 15. 
They who love not others, are with- 
out. 1 Jno. 4 : 20. 
Hypocrites, without. Luke 11 : 42. 

Jno. 5 : 42. 
The uncharitable, without. 1 Jno. 3 : 

17. 
God tries the sincerely of. Deu. 13 : 3. 
Promises connected with. Deu. 11 : 

13—15. Psa. 69:36. Isa. 56:6, 7. 

Jas. 1 : 12. 

Love to Man. 

Is of God. 1 Jno. 4:7. 
Commanded by God. 1 Jno. 4 : 21. 
Commanded by Christ. Jno. 13:34. 

Jno. 15 : 12. 1 Jno. 3 : 23. 
After the example of Christ. Jno. 

13 : 34. Jno. 15 : 12. Eph. 5 : 2. 
Taught by God. 1 The. 4 : 9. 
Faith worketh by. Gal. 5 : 6. 
A fruit of the Spirit. Gal. 5 : 22. Col. 

1:8. 
Purity of heart leads to. 1 Pet. 1 : 22. 
Explained. 1 Cor. 13 : 4—7. 
Is an active principle. 1 The. 1 : 3. 

Heb. 6 : 10. 
Is an abiding principle. 1 Cor. 13: 8, 

13. 
Is the second great commandment. 

Mat. 22 : 37—39. 
Is the end of the commandment. 1 

Tim. 1:5. 
Supernatural gifts are nothing with- 
out. 1 Cor. 13:1, 2. 
The greatest sacrifices are nothing 

without. 1 Cor. 13:3. 
Especially enjoined upon ministers. 

1 Tim. 4: 12. 2 Tim. 2:22. 
Saints should 

Put on. Col. 3:14. 

Follow after. 1 Cor. 14:1. 

Abound in. Phi. 1:9. 1 The. 3 : 12. 

Continue in. 1 Tim. 2:15. Heb. 
13: 1. 



Provoke each other to. 2 Cor. 8 : 7. 

2 Cor. 9:2. Heb. 10:24. 
Be sincere in. Rom. 12:9. 2 Cor. 

6:6. 2 Cor. 8:8. 1 Jno. 3:18. 
Be disinterested in. 1 Cor. 10: 24. 

1 Cor. 13:5. Phi. 2:4. 
Be fervent in. 1 Pet. 1 : 22. 1 Pet. 
4:8. 
Should be connected with brotherly- 
kindness. Rom. 12 : 10. 2 Pet. 1 : 7. 
Should be with a pure heart. 1 Pet. 

1:22. 
All things should be done with. 1 

Cor. 16:14. 
Should be exhibited, toward 
Saints. 1 Pet. 2:17. 1 Jno. 5 : 1. 
Ministers. 1 The. 5 : 13. 
Our families. Eph. 5 : 25. Tit. 2 : 4. 
Fellow-countrymen. Exo. 32: 32. 

Rom. 9:2, 3. Rom. 10:1. 
Strangers. Lev. 19: 34. Deu. 10: 19. 
Enemies. Exo. 23:4, 5. 2 Kin. 6: 
22. Mat. 5: 44. Rom. 12: 14, 20. 
1 Pet 3 ■ 9 
AUmeii. Gal. 6: 10. 
Should be exhibited, in 
Ministering to the wants of others. 

Mat. 25 : 35. Heb. 6 : 10. 
Loving each other. Gal. 5 : 13. 
Relieving strangers. Lev. 25: 35. 

Mat. 25 : 35. 
Clothing the naked. Isa. 58 : 7. Mat. 

25 : 36. 
Visiting the sick, &c. Job 31 : 16— 

22. Jas. 1 : 27. 
Sympathizing. Rom. 12: 15. 1 Cor. 

12:26. 
Supporting the weak. Gal. 6:2. 1 

The. 5:14. 
Covering the faults of others. Pro. 

10:12, with 1 Pet. 4:8. 
Forgiving injuries. Eph. 4: 32. 

Col. 3:13. 
Forbearing. Eph. 4 : 2. 
Rebuking. Lev. 19 : 17. Mat. 18 : 15. 
Necessary to true happiness. Pro. 

15 : 17. 
The love of God is a motive to. Jno. 

13:34. 1 Jno. 4:11. • 
An evidence of 
Being in the light. 1 Jno. 2: 10. 
Discipleship with Christ. Jno. 13 

.35. 
Spiritual life. 1 Jno. 3 : 14. 
Is the fulfillingof the law. Rom. 13 

8—10. Gal. 5 : 14. Jas. 2 : 8. 
Love to self is the measure of. Mar 

12 : 33. 
Is good and pleasant. Psa. 133: 1, 2, 
Is a bond of union. Col. 2 : 2. 
Is the bond of perfectness. Col. 3 : 14 
Hypocrites, devoid of. 1 Jno. 2 : 9, 11 

1 Jno. 4 : 20. 

The wicked devoid of. 1 Jno. 3:10 

Exemplified. Joseph, Gen. 45: 15 

Rtith. Ruth 1: 16, 17. Joimthan, &c 

1 Sam. 20: 17, 41, 42. Obadiah,! Kin 



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18:4. Cetituriou, Luke 7:.'). Primi- 
tive CIt arch, Acts 2 : 40. Heb. 10 : 33, 
S4. Li/ilia, Acts Hi: V), Aquila, &c. 
Rom. Iti : 3, 4. Paul, 2 Cor. 6 : 11, 12. 
Epaijhroditiis, Plii. 2: 2.'), 26, 30. 
Philijiphitis, Pbi. 4: 15 — 19. Colos- 
sians, Col. 1 : 4. Thessalonians, 1 
The. 3 : 6. One.siphorus, 2 Tim. 1 : 16 
—18. Philemon, Pliile. 7—9. Moses, 
Heb. 11:25. 

Loving-kindness of God, The. 
Is through Christ. Eph. 2: 7. Tit. 

3 : 4-6. 
Described as 

Great. Neh. 9:17. 

Excellent. Psa. 36: 7. 

Good. Pe;a.69:16. 

MarvcUou.-^. Psa. 17 : 7. Psa. 31 : 21. 

Multiludiuous. Isa. 63:7. 

Everlasting. Isa. 54: 8. 

Merciful. Psa. 117:2. 

Better than life. Psa. 63 : 3. 
Consideration of the dealings of 

God gives a knowledge of. Psa. 

107 : 43. 

SAINTS 

Betrothed in. Hos. 2:19. 
Drawn by. Jer. 31 : 3. 
Preserved by. Psa. 40:11. 
Quickened after. Psa. 119 : 88. 
(Comforted by. Psa. 119 : 76. 
Look for mercy through, Psa. 

51:1. 
Receive mercy through. Isa. 54 : 8. 
Are heard according to. Psa. 119: 

149. 
Are ever mindful of. Psa. 26:3. 

Psa. 48 : 9. 
rjhould expect, in affliction. Psa. 

42:7,8. 
Crowned with. Psa. 103 : 4. 
Never utterly taken from saints. 

Psa. 89:33. Isa. 54:10. 
Former manifestations of, to be 
pleaded in prayer. Psa. 25 : 6. Psa. 
89 : 49. 
Pray for the 
Exhibition of. Psa. 17:7. Psa. 

143:8. 
Continuance of. Psa. 36 : 10. 
Extension of. Gen. 24 : 12. 2 Sam. 

2:6. 
Praise God for. Psa. 92:2. Psa. 

1,38 : 2. 
Proclaim, to others. Psa, 40: 10, 

Lying. 

Forbidden, Lev, 19:11. Col, 3: 9, 
Hateful to God, Pro, 6 : 16-19. 
An abomination to God. Pro, 12: 22, 
A hindrance to prayer, Isa, .59: 2, 3. 
The devil, the father of. Jno. 8: 44. 
The devil excites men to. 1 Kin, 22: 

22, Acts 5 : 3, 
Saints 

Hate. Psa. 119:163. Pro. 13:5. 



Avoid. Lsa. 63:8, Zep, 3: 13, 

Respect not those who practice, 
Psa, 40:4. 

Reject those who practice. Psa. 
101 : 7, 

Pray to be preserved from, Psa. 
119:29. Pro, 30:8, 
Unbecoming in rulers. Pro, 17 : 7. 
The evil of rulers hearkening to. 

Pro. 29:12, 
False prophets addicted to, Jer. 23 : 

14. Eze. 22 : 28. 
False witnesses addicted to. Pro. 

14 : 5, 25. 
Antinomians guilty of, 1 Juo. 1: 6. 

IJno, 2: 4. 
Hypocrites addicted to, Hos, 11: 12. 
Hypocrites, a seed of. Isa. 57:4. 
The wicked 

Addicted to, from their infancy. 
Psa. 58:3. 

Love. Psa. 52: 3. 

Delight in. Psa. 62:4. 

Seek after. Psa. 4: 2. 

Prepare their tongues for. Jer. 9: 
3,5. 

Bring forth. Psa. 7:14, 

Give heed to. Pro, 17 : 4, 
A characteristic of the Apostacy, 2 

The. 2:9, 1 Tim. 4: 2, 
Leads to 

Hatred, Pro, 26:28, 

Love of impure conversation. Pro. 
17:4, 
Often accompanied by gross crimes. 

Hos. 4:1,2, 
Folly of concealing hatred by. Pro. 

10:18. 
Vanity of getting riches by. Pro. 

21:6. 
Shall be detected. Pro. 12: 19, 
Poverty preferable to. Pro. 19: 22. 
Excludes from heaven. Rev. 21 : 27. 

Rev. 22 : 15. 
They who are guilty of, shall be cast 

into hell. Rev. 21: 8. 
Punishment for. Psa. 5: 6, Psa. 120: 

3,4. Pro. 19:5. Jer. 50:36. 
Exemplified. The devil. Gen. 3: 4. 

Cain, Gen. 4:9. S<ir(ih, Gen. 18: 15. 

Jiicoh, Gen. 27 : 19. ./ost-p/i's brethren. 

Gen. 37: 31, 32, Oiheonifes, Jos. 9: 

9—13. .S'amson, Jiad, 16: 10, Suul. I 

Sam. 15: 13. MichnI, 1 Sam, 19: 14, 

David, 1 Sam, 21 : 2, Prophet of Beth- 

el, 1 Kin, 13: 18. Gehazi, 2 Kin. 5: 

22. Job''sfriends, Job 13 : 4. Ni7ievites, 

Nah. 3: 1. Peter, Mat. 26: 72. Anan- 
ias, <£-c. Acts 5 : 5. Cretans, Tit. 1 : 

12. 

Macedonian Empire, The. 

Called the kingdom of Grecia. Dan. 

11:2, 
Ij.lustrated by the, 

Brazen part of the image in Nebu- 
chadnezzar's dream. Dan. 2:32,39. 



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Leopard with four wings and four 

heads. Dan. 7 : G, 17. 
Rough goat with notable horn. 

Dan. 8:5, 21. 
Philippi the chief city of. Acts 16 

12. 
Predictions respecting, 
Conquest of the Medo-Persian king- 
dom. Dan. 8 : 6, 7. Dan. 11 : 2, 3. 
Power and greatness of Alexander 

its last king. Dan. 8: 8. Dan 

11:3. 
Division of it into four kingdoms 

Dan. 8:8, 22. 
Divisions of it ruled by strangers, 

Dan. 11:4. 
History of its four divisions. Dan 

11 : 4—29. 
The little horn to arise out of one 

of its divisions. Dan. 8: 8—12, 

23—25. 
Gospel preached in, by God's desire. 

Acts 10: 9, 10. 
Liberality of the churches of. 2 Cor. 
8 : 1—5. 

Magistrates. 

Are appointed by God. Rom. 13:1. 
Are ministers of God. Rom. 13:4,6, 
Purpose of their appointment. Rom. 

13:4. 1 Pet. 2 : 14. 
Their office to be respected. Acts 23 : 

5. 
Are not a terror to the good, but to 

the evil. Rom. 13 : 3. 
To be wisely selected and appointed. 

Exo. 18:21. Ezr. 7:25. 
To be prayed for. 1 Tim. 2:1,2. 
Should 

Seek wisdom from God. 1 Kin. 3 : 9. 

Rule iu the fear of God. 2 Sam. 23: 
3. 2Chr. 19:7. 

Know the law of God. Ezr. 7 : 25. 

Be faithful to the Sovereign. Dan. 
6:4. 

Enforce the laws. Ezr. 7 ^ 26. 

Judge wisely. 1 Kin. 3 : 16-28. 

Hate covetousness. Exo. 18:21. 

Not take bribes. Exo. 23 : 8. Deu. 
16:19. 

Defend the poor, &c. Job 29: 12, 16 

Judge for God, not for man. 2 Chr 
19:6. 

Judge righteously. Deu. 1 : 16. Deu 
16:18. Deu. 25:1. 

Be impartial. Exo. 23: 6. Deu. 1:17 

Be diligent in ruling. Rom. 12:8 

Subjection to their authority en 
joined. Mat. 23: 2, 3. Rom. 13:1 
IPet. 2:13, 14. 
Wicked— Illustrated. Pro. 28:15. 
Good— Exemplified. Jcseph, Gen. 41 

46. Gidenit, Jud. 8:35. Samuel 

1 Sam. 12: 3, 4. Ezr. 10:1-9. A^^ 

hemiah, Neh. 3:15. Job, Job 29: 16, 

Daniel, Dan. 6: 3. 
Wicked— Exemplified. Sons of Sam,' 



uel, 1 Sam. 8 : 3. Pilate, Mat. 27 : 24, 
26. Magistrates in I'liilippi, Acts 16: 
22,23. GaHio, Acts 18: 16, 17. FeU.v, 
Acts 24 : 26. 

Malice. 

Springs from an evil heart. Mat. 15 : ~ 

19 ''O Gal 5 ■ ^9. 
Forbidden, l' Cor. 14:20. Col. 3:S. 

Eph. 4:26, 27. 
A hindrance to growth in grace. 1 

Pet. 2:1,2. 
Incompatible with the worship of 

God. 1 Cor. 5 : 7, 8. 
Christian liberty not to be made a 

cloak for. 1 Pet. 2 : 16. 
Saints avoid. Job 31: 29, 30. Psa.35: 

12—14. 
The wicked 

Speak with. 3 Jno. 10. 

Live in. Tit. 3:3. 

Conceive. Psa. 7:14. 

Filled with. Rom. 1 : 29. 

Visit saints with. Psa. 83 : 3. M at. 
22: 6. 
Pray for those who injure you 

through. Mat. 5:44. 
Brings its own punishment. Psa. 7: 

15, 16. 
Godrequites. Psa. 10:14. Eze. 36:5. 
Punishment of. Amos 1: 11, 12. Oba. 

10—15. 
Exemplified. Cain, Gen. 4: 5. Esau, 

Gen. 27:41. JoseplVshretlu-en, Gen. 

37:19,20. Saul, 1 Sam. 18:9-11. 

Shimei, 2 Sam. 16: 5. 1 Kin. 2: 8, 9. 

Joab, 2 Sam. 3 : 27. 1 Kin. 2 : 5, 28- 

33. Sanballat, &c. Neh. 2:10. Un- 
man, Est. 3: 5, 6. Edomiles, Eze. 35 : 

^. Presidents, &c. Dan. 6: 4— 9. Hero- 

dias. Mar. 6: 19. Scribes, c£-c.Mar. 11 : 

18. Luke 11 : 54. Diotrephes, 3 Jno. 

10. 

Man. 

Made for God. Pro. 16: 4, with Rev. 

4:11. 
God's purpose in creation complet- 
ed by making, Gen. 2 : 5, with 7 v. 
Cannot profit God. Job 22 : 2. Psa. 

16:2. 
Unworthy of God's favor. Job 7: 17. 

P.sa.8:4. 
Created 

By God. Gen. 1 : 27. Isa. 45 : 12. 

By Christ. Jno. 1 : 3. Col. 1 : 16. 

By t he Holy Ghost. Job 33 : 4. 

After consultation, by the Trinity. 
Gen 1:26. 

On the sixth day. Gen. 1 : 31. 

Upon the earth. Deu. 4 : 32. Job 
20:4. 

From the dust. Gen. 2:7. Job 
33:6. 

In the image of God. Gen, 1 : 26, 
27. 1 Cor. 11:7. 



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After the likeness of God. Gen. 1 : 
2(5. Jas. 3:9. 

Male and female. Gen. 1 : 27. Gen. 
5:2. 

X living soul. Gen. 2:7. 1 Cor. 
15 : 45. 

In uprightness. Ecc. 7: 29. 

In knowledge (inferred). Col. 3: 10. 

Under obligations to obedience. 
Gen. 2: 16,17. 

A type of Christ. Rom. 5:14. • 
Approved of by God. Gen. 1 : 31. 
Blessed by God. Gen. 1 : 28. Gen. 5 : 2. 
Placed in the garden of Eden. Gen. 

2:15. 
Every herb and tree given to, for 

food. Gen. 1 : 29. 
Allowed to eat flesh after the flood. 

Gen. 9:3. 
Not good for, to be alone. Gen. 2: 18. 
Woman formed to be a help for. 

Gen. 21 : 2-25. 
Possessed of 

A body. Mat. 6:25. 

A soul. Luke 12 : 20. Acts 14 : 22. 1 
Pet. 4:19. 

A spirit. Pro. 18 : 14. Pro. 20 : 17. 1 
Cor. 2:11. 

Understanding. Eph. 1 : 18. Eph. 
4:18. 

Will. 1 Cor. 9:17. 2 Pet. 1 : 21. 

Affections. IChr. 29:3. Col. 3:2. 

Conscience. Rom. 2 : 15. 1 Tim. 4 : 2. 

Memory. Gen. 41 : 9. 1 Cor. 15 : 2. 
Made by God in his successive gen- 
erations. Job 10: 8— 11. Job 31: 15. 
Fearfully and wonderfully made. 

Psa. 139:14. 
Of every nation, made of one blood. 

Acts 17 : 26. 
Quickened bv the breath of God. 

Gen. 2 : 7. Gen. 7 : 22. Job 33 : 4. 
Made wise by the inspiration of the 

Almighty. Job 32: 8. 9. 
Inferior to angels. Psa. 8: 5, with 

Heb. 2:7. 
Is of the earth earthy. 1 Cor. 15 : 47. 
Nature and constitution of, different 

from other creatures. 1 Cor. 15 : 39. 
More valuable than other creatures. 

Mat. 6 : 26. Mat. 10 : 31. Mat. 12 : 12. 
Wiser than other creatures. Job 

35:11. 
Received dominion over other crea- 
tures. Gen. 1 : 28. Psa. 8 : 6—8. 
Gave names to other creatures. Gen. 

2 : 19, 20. 
Intellect of, matured by age. 1 Cor. 

13: 11. 
Called 

The potsherd of the earth. Isa. 
45:9. 

A worm. Job 25 : 6. 

Vain man. Job 11 : 12. Jas. 2 : 20. 

Flesh. Gen. 6:12. Joel 2: 28. 
Compared to 

Grass. Isa. 40: 6—8. 1 Pet. 1 : 24. 



Clay in the potter's hands. Isa. 
64:8. Jer. 18:2,6. 

Vanity. Psa. 144 : 4. 

Asleep. Psa. 90:5. 

A wild ass's colt. Job 11 : 12. 
Originally naked and not ashamed. 

Gen. 2 : 25. 
Disobeyed God by eating part of the 

forbidden fruit. Gen. 3: 1—12. 
Filled with shame after the fall. 

Gen. 3:10. 
Covered himself with fig-leaves. Gen. 

3:7. 
Clothed by God with skins. Gen. 

3:21. 
Punished for disobedience. Gen. 3: 

16-19. 
Banished from paradise. Gen. 3: 

23:24. 
Involved posterity in his ruin. Rom. 

5 : 12-19. 
Has sought out many inventions, 

Ecc. 7 : 29. 
Born in sin. Psa. 51 : 5. 
Born to trouble. Job 5 : 7. 
Has an appointed time on the earth. 

Job 7:1. 
Days of, compared to a shadow. 1 

Chr. 29: 15. 
Days of, as the days of a hireling. 

Job 7:1. "" 
Has but few days. Job 14: 1. 
Ordinary limit of his life. Psa. 90: 10. 
Ignorant of what is good for him. 

Ecc. 6:12. 
Ignorant of what is to come after 

him. Ecc. 10.14. 
Unprofited by all his labor and tra- 
vail. Ecc. 2:22. Ecc. 6:12. 
Cannot direct his ways. Jer. 10:23. 

Pro. 20:24. 
Walks in a vain show. Psa. 39: 6. 
God 

Instructs. Psa. 94:10. 

Orders the goings of. Pro. 5:21. 
Pro. 20:24. 

Prepares the heart of. Pro. 16:1. 

Enables to speak. Pro. 16 : 1. 

Preserves. Job 7 : 20. Psa. 36 : 6. 

Provides for. Psa. 145: 15, 16. - 

Destroys the hopes of. Job 14:19. 

Makes the wrath of, to praise Him. 
Psa. 76: 10. 

Makes his beauty consume away. 
Psa. 39: 11. 

Turns, to destruction. Psa. 90:3. 
Cannot be just with God. Job 9: 2. 

Job 25 : 4. Psa. 143 : 2. Rom. 3 : 20. 
Cannot cleanse himself. Job 15: 14. 

Jer. 2 : 22. 
All the ways of, clean in his own 

eyes. Pro. 16 : 2. 
Christ 

Knew what was in. Jno. 2: 25. 

Took on Him nature of. Jno. 1 : 14. 
Hob. 2: 14, 16. 

Made in the likeness of. Phi 2:7. 



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Was found iu fashion as. Phi. 2: 8. 

Approved of God as. Acts 2 : 22. 

Called the second, as covenant 
head of the church. 1 Cor. 15 : 47. 

Is the head of every, 1 Cor. 11:3. 

A refuge as, to sinners. Isa. 32 : 2. 

As such, is the cause of the resur- 
rection. 1 Cor. 15: 21, 22. 
Shall be recomoensed according to 

his works. Ps'a. 62:12. Eom.2:6. 
Cannot retain his spirit from death. 

Ecc. 8:8. 
Would give all his possessions for 

the preservation of life. Job 2 : 4. 
Able to sustain bodily afHiction. Pro. 

18: 14. 
Sinks under trouble of mind. Pro, 

18:14. 
No trust to be placed in. Psa. 118: 

8. Isa. 2: 22. 
The help of, vain. Psa. 60: 11. 
The whole duty of. Ecc. 12 : 13. 

Manasseh, The tribe of. 

Descended from Joseph's eldest son 

adopted by Jacob. Gen. 41: 51. 

Gen. 48:5. 
Predictions respecting. Gen. 48: 20. 

Gen. 49 : 22-26. Deu. 33 : 13-17. 
Persons selected from. 

To number the people. Num. 1 : 10. 

To spy out the land. Num. 13: 11. 

To divide the land. Num. 34 : 23. 
Strength of, on leaving Egypt. Num. 

1 : 34, .35. 
Part of third division of Israel in 

their journeys. Num. 10: 22, 23. 
Encamped next to, and under the 

standard of Ephraim west of taber- 
nacle. Num. 2: 18, 20. 
Offering of, at dedication. Num.7: 

54-59. 
Families of. Num. 26 : 29—33. 
Strength of, on entering Canaan. 

Num. 26:34. 
On Gerizim said amen to the bless- 
ings. Deu. 27:12. 
Half of, obtained inheritance east 

of Jordan. Num. 32: 33, 39—42. 

Jos. 13 : 29—31. 
Inheritance of the other half. Jos. 

17:1—11. 
Could not drive out the Canaanites 

but made them tributary. Jos. 17: 

12, 13. Jud. 1 : 27, 28. 
Some op 

Aided David against Saul. 1 Chr. 
12:19-21. 

At coronation of David. 1 Chr. 12 : 
31—37. 

Returned to their allegiance to 
the house of David in Asa's 
reign. 2 Chr. 15:9. 

At Hczekiah's passover. 2 Chr. 30: 
1, 11, 18. 
David appointed rulers and captains 

over. 1 Chr. 26 : 32; 1 Chr. 27 : 20, 21. 



Often at war with Ephraim. Jud 

12:1,6. Isa. 9: 21. 
Country of, puriticd from idols by 

Hezekiah and Josiali. 2 Chr. 31 : 1. 

2 Chr. 34:6. 
Remarkable persons of; Ddujhtcrs <>/ 

Zelophehad, ^um. 27: 1—7. GUlfun, 

Jud. 6: 15. Abimclecli, Jud. 9:]. 

Jotham, Jnd. 9:5, 7,21. J.iir, ,Tud. 

10: 3. Jephthah, Jud. 11: 1. I^'-n-- 

• iftat, 2Sam. 17: 27. EUiah. 1 Kin. 

17: 1. 

Manna. 

Miraculously given to Israel for food 

in the wilderness. Exo. 16: 4, 15. 

Neh. 9: 15. 
Called 

God's manna. Neh. 9:20. 

Bread of heaven. Psa. 105 : 40. 

Bread from heaven. Exo. 16: 4. 
Jno. 6:31. 

Corn of heaven. Psa. 78:24. 

Angel's food. Psa. 78:25. 

Spiritual meat. 1 Cor. 10:3. 
Previously unknown. Deu. 8: 3,16. 
Described as. 

Like coriander seed. Exo. 16:31. 
Num. 11:7. 

White. Exo. 16:31. 

Like in color to bdellium. Num. 
11:7. 

Like in taste to wafers made with 
honey. Exo. 16:31. 

Like in taste to oil. Num. 11 : 8. 

Like hoar frost. Exo. 16:14. 
Fell after the evening dew. Num. 11 :9. 
None fell on the Sabbath day. Exo. 

16:26,27. 
Gathered every morning. Exo. 16: 21. 
An omer of, gathered for each 

person. Exo. 16: 16. 
Two portions of, gathered the sixtli 

day on account of the Sabbath. 

Exo. 16 : 5, 22—26. 
He that gathered much or little had 

sufficient and nothing over. Exo. 

16:18. 
Melted away by the sun. Exo. 16: 21. 
Given 

When Israel murmured for bread. 
Exo. 16:2,3. 

In answer to prayer. Psa. 105:40. 

Through Moses. Jno. 6:31,32. 

To exhibit God's glory. Exo. 16: 7. 

As a sign of Moses's divine mission. 
Jno. 6: 30, 31. 

For forty years. Neh. 9: 21. 

As a test of obedience. Exo. 16: 4. 

To teach that man does not live by 
bread only. Deu. 8: 3, with Mat. 
4:4. 

To humble and prove Israel. Deu. 
8: 16. 
Kept longer than a day (except on 

the Sabbath) became corrupt. Exo. 

16 : 19, 20. 



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The Israelites 
At first covetous of. Exo. 16:17. 
Ground, made into cakes and baked 

in pans. Num. 11 : 8. 
Counted, inferior to food of Eyypt. 

Num. 11: 4—0. 
Loathed. Num. 21: 5. 
Punished for despising. Num. 11: 

10-20. 
Punished for loathing. Num. 21 : 6. 
Ceased when Israel entered Canaan. 
Exo. 16: 35. Jos. 5: 12. 

ILLUSTRATIVE OF 

Christ. Jno. 6 : 32—35. 
Blessedness given to saints. Rev. 
2:17. 
k golden pot of, laid up in the holiest 
for a memorial. Exo. 16:32—34. 
Heb. 9:4. 

Marriage. 

Divinely instituted. Gen. 2: 24. 
A covenant relationship. Mai. 2: 4. 
Designed for 

The happiness of man. Gen. 2:18. 

Increasing the species. Gen. 1 : 28. 
Gen. 9:1. 

Raising up a godly seed. Mai. 2 : 1.5. 

Preventing fornication. 1 Cor. 7 : 2. 
The expectation of the promised seed 

of the woman an incentive to, in 

the early age. Gen. 3 : 15, with Gen. 

4: 1. (marg.) 
Lawful in all. 1 Cor. 7 : 2, 28. 1 Tim. 

5:14. 
Honorable for all. Heb. 13 : 4. 
Should be only in the Lord. 1 Cor. 

7:39. 
Expressed by 

Joining together. Mat. 19 : 6. 

Making affinity. 1 Kin. 3: 1. 

Taking to wife. Exo. 2:1. 

Giving daughters to sons, and sons 

to daughters. Deu. 7 : 3. Ezr. 9 : 12. 

Indissoluble during the joint lives of 

the parties. Mat. 19:6. Rom. 7: 

2, 3. 1 Cor. 7 : 39. 
Early introduction of polygamy. Gen. 

4:19. 
Contracted in patriarchal age with 

near relations. Gen. 20:12. Gen. 

24:24. Gen. 28:2. 
Often contracted by parents for 

children. Gen. 24: 49-51. Gen. 34: 

6, S. 
Should be with consent of parents. 

Gen. 28:8. Jud. 14:2, 3. 
Consent of the parties necessary to. 

Gen. 24:57, 58. 1 Sam. 18:20. 1 

Sam. 25: 41. 
Parents might refuse to give their 

children in. Exo. 22:17. Deu. 7:3. 
The Jews 

Forbidden to contract, with their 
near relations. Lev. 18 : 6. 

Forbidden to contract with idola- 



ters. Deu. 7 : 3, 4. Jos. 23 : 12. Ezr. 

9:11,12. 
Often contracted with foreigners. 

1 Kin. 11:1. Neli. 13:23. 
Sometimes guilty of polygamy. 1 

Kin. 11:1,3. 
Careful in contracting for their 

children. Gen. 24 ; 2, 3. Gen. 28 : 

1, 2. 
Betrothed themselves some time 

before. Deu. 20:7. Jud. 14:5, 7, 

with 8 v. Mat. 1 : 18. 
Contracted, when young. Pro. 2 : 

17. Joel 1 : 8. 

Often contracted, in their own 
tribe. Exo. 2:1. Num. 36:6— 13. 
Luke 1 : 5, 27. 

Obliged to contract with a broth- 
er's wife who died without seed. 
Deu. 25: 5. Mat. 22:24. 

Considered being debarred from, a 
reproach. Isa. 4:1. 

Considered being debarred from, a 
cause of grief. Jud. 11 : 38. 

Often punished by being debarred 
from. Jer. 7:34. Jer. 16:9. Jer. 
25: 10. 

Were allowed divorce from, be- 
cause of hardness of their hearts. 
Deu. 24: 1, with Mat. 19: 7, 8. 

Exempted from going to war imme- 
diately after. Deu. 20: 7. 
Priest not to contract, with divorced 

or improper persons. Lev. 21 : 7. 
The high priest not to contract, with 

a widow or a divorced or profane 

person. Lev. 21 : 14. 
Contracted at the gate and before 

witnesses. Ruth 4 : 1, 10, 11. 
Modes of demanding women in. Gen. 

24 : 3, 4. Gen. 34 : 6, 8. 1 Sam. 25 : 

39,40. 
Elder daughters usually given in, be- 
fore the younger. Gen. 29:26. 
A dowry given to the woman's parents 

before. Gen. 29:18. Gen 34 : 12. 1 

Sam. 18:27, 28. Hos. 3 : 2. 
Celebrated, 

With great rejoicing. Jer. 33:11. 
Jno. 3 : 29. 

With feasting. Gen. 29:22. Jud. 
14 : 10. Mat. 22 : 2, 3. Jno. 2 : 1-10. 

For seven days. Jud. 14 : 12. 
.A benediction pronounced after. Gen. 

24:60. Ruth 4: 11, 12. 
The Bride 

Received presents before. Gen. 24 : 
.53. 

Given" a handmaid at. Gen. 24:59. 
Gen. 29:24, 29. 

Adorned with jewels for. Isa. 49: 

18. Isa. 61 : 10. 

Gorgeously apparelled. Psa. 45 : 

13, 14. 
Attended by bridesmaids. Psa. 45 : 9. 
Stood on the right of bridegroom. 

Psa. 45:9. 



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Called to forget her father's house. 

Psa. 45 : 10. 
The Bridegroom 
Adorned with ornaments. Isa. 61: 

10. 
Attended by many friends. Jud. 

14:11. Jno. 3:29. 
Presented with gifts. Psa. 4.5:12. 
Crowned with garlands. So. of Sol. 

3:11. 
Rejoiced over the bride. Isa. 62 : 5. 
Returned with the bride to his 

house at night. Mat. 2.5 : 1—6. 
Garments provided for guests at. 

Mat. 22 : 12. 
Infidelity of those contracted in, pun- 
ished as if married. Deu. 22 : 23, 
24. Mat. 1 : 19. 
Illustrative of 
God's union with the Jewish nation. 

Isa. 54 : 5. Jer. 3 : 14. Hos. 2 : 19. 

20. , ' 

Christ's union with His church. 

Eph. 5 : 23, 24, 32. 

Martyrdom. 

Is death endured for the word of 
God, and testimony of Christ. Rev 
6:9. Rev. 20:4. 

Saints 
Forewarned of. Mat. 10:21. Mat. 

24:9. Jno. 16:2. 
Should not fear. Mat. 10: 28. Rev 

2:10. 
Should be prepared for. Mat. 16- 

24, 25. Acts 21 : 13. 
Should resist sin unto. Heb. 12- 4. 

Reward of. Rev. 2:10. Rev. 6:11. 

Inflicted at the iustigation of the 
devil. Rev. 2:10, 13. 

Tlie Apostacy guilty of inflicting. 
Rev. 17:6. Rev. 18:24. 

Of saints, shall be avenged. Luke 
11:50,51. Rev. 18:20— 24. 

Exemplified, ^bef. Gen. 4 : 8, with 1 
Jno. 3: 12. Ahimelech and his fellow 
priests,! Sam. 22:18, 19. Prophets 
a7id Saints of old, 1 Kin. 18 : 4. 1 Kin 
19:10. Luke 11 : ,50, 51, Heb. 11:37. 
Urtjah, Jer. 26: 23. Johyi the Baptist 
Mar. 6:27. Peter, Jno. 21:18, 19. 
Stephen, Acts 7 : 58. Primitive Chris- 
tians, Acts 9:1, with Acts 22-4 
Acts 26: 10. Jennies, Acts 12: 2.' Ati- 
tipas, Rev. 2 : 13. 

Masters. 

Authority of, established. Col. 3 : 22. 

1 Pet. 2:18. 
Should, with their households. 

Worship God. Gen. 35 : 3. 

Fear God. Acts 10: 2. 

Serve God. Jos. 24:15. 

Observe the Sabbath. Exo. 20-10. 
Deu. 5:12— 14. 

Put away idols. Gen. 35 : 2. 



Should select faithful servants. Gen. 

24 : 2. Psa. 101 : 6, 7. 
Should receive faithful advice from 

servants. 2 Kin. 5 : 13, 14. 

DuTy OF, TOWARD SERVANTS; 

To act justly. Job 31: 13, 15. Col. 

4:1. 
To deal with them in the fear of 

God. Eph. 6:9. Col. 4:1. 
To esteem them highly, if saints. 

Phile. 16. 
To take care of them in sickness. 

Luke 7 : 3. 
To forbear threatening them. Eph. 

6:9. 
Not to defraud them. Gen 31 : 7. 
Not to keep back their wages. Lev. 

19 : 13. Deu. 24 : 1,5. 
Not to rule over them with rigor. 

Lev. 25 : 43. Deu. 24 : 14. 
Benevolent, blessed. Deu. 15: 18. 
Unjust, denounced. Jer. 22:13. Jas. 

5:4. 
Good— Exemplified. Abraham, Gen. 
18: 19. Jacob, Gen. 35: 2. Joshua, 
Jos. 24 : 15. Centurioji, Luke 7 : 2, 3. 
, Cornelius, Acts 10: 2. 
cad— Exemplified. Egyptians, Exo. 1 : 
13, 14. Nabal, 1 Sam. 25 : 17. Avial- 
ekite, 1 Sam. 30: 13. 

Measures. 

Unjust, an abomination to God. 

Pro. 20 : 10. 
The Jews not to be unjust in. Lev. 

19 : .35. Deu. 25 : 14, 15. 
The Jews often used unjust. Mic. 6 : 

10. 
Of liquids and solids; 

Log. Lev. 14 : 10, 15. 

Cab. 2 Kin. 6:25. 

Omer or tenth-deal, (the tenth of 
anephah.) Exo. 16:36. Lev. 5: 
11. Lev. 14:10. 

Hin. Exo. 29:40. 

Bath or ephah. Isa. 5: 10. Eze. 
45:11. 

Homer or Cor. Isa. 5 : 10. Eze. 45 : 14. 

Firkin. Jno. 2:6. 
Of length; 

Handbreadth. Exo. 25: 25. Psa 
39 : 5. 

Span. Exo. 28:16. 1 Sam. 17: 4. 

Cubit. Gen. 6 : 15, 16. Deu, 3 : 11. 

Fathom. Acts 27: 28. 

Furlong. Luke 24 : 13. Jno. 11 : IS. 

Mile. Mat. 5: 41. 
Distances measured by rods and 

lines. 2 Sam. 8: 2. Jer. 31: 39. 

Eze. 40:3. Rev. 21:16. 
Were regulated by the standard of 

the sanctuary. 1 Chr. 23 : 29. 
Illustrative 

(Correcting in measure,) of miti- 
gated afflictions. Jer.30:ll. 

(Drinking tears in great measure. "i 
of severe afflictions. Psa. 80:5. 



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(Weighing the waters in a meas- 
ure,) of God's infinite wisdom. 
Job 28: 23, 25. 

(Measuring the dust of the earth,) 
of God's greatness. Isa. 40: 12. 

(The measure of our days,) of the 
shortness of life. Psa. 39: 4. 

(Drinking water, by measure,) of 
severe famine. Eze. 4:11, 16. 

(The measure of the stature of 
Christ,) of perfection. Eph. 4: 
13: 

(Opening the mouth without meas- 
ure,) of the insatiableness of hell. 
Isa. 'i : 14. 

Meat-offerings. 

Were most holy. Lev. 6:17. 
Consisted of 
Fine flour. Lev. 2:1. 
Unleavened cakes bakedj in the 

oven. Lev. 2: 4. 
Fine flour baked in a pan. Lev. 2: 

.5. 
Fine flour baked in a frying pan. 

Lev. 2:7. 
Green ears of corn parched. Lev. 

2:14. 
Barley meal. Num. 5:1."). 
Oil and incense used with. Lev. 2: 1, 

4, 15. 
Of jealousy, without oil or incense. 

Num. 5: 15. 
Always seasoned with salt. Lev. 2 : 

13. 
No leaven used with. Lev. 2: 11. 

Lev. G : 17. 
Not to be offered on altar of incense. 

Exo. 30 : 9. 
Offered 
On the altar of burnt-offering. 

Exo. 40:29. 
With the daily [sacrifices. Exo. 

29 : 40—42. 
With all burnt-sacrifices. Num. 

15: 3-12. 
By the poor for a trespass-offer- 
ing. Lev. 5: 11. 
By the high priest every day, half 
in the morning and half in the 
evening. Lev. 6 : 20 — 22. 
A small part of, was consumed on 
the altar for a memorial. Lev. 2: 
2,9,16. Lev. 6:15. 
When offered for a priest entirely 

consumed by fire. Lev. 6 : 23. 
High priest's deputy had care of. 

Num. 4: 16. 
Laid up in a chamber of the temple. 
Neh.l0:39. Neh. 13:5. Eze. 42:13. 
The priest's portion. Lev. 2:3. Lev. 

6:17. 
To be eaten by the males of the house 

of Aaron alone. Lev. 6: 18. 
To be eaten in the holy place. Lev. 
6:16. 



The Jews, 
Often not accepted in. Amos 5: 22. 
Condemned for offering, to idols. 

Isa. 57 : 6. 
Often prevented from offering, by 
judgments. Joel 1 : 9, 13. 
Materials for public, often provided 
by tlie princes. Num.7: 13, 19, 25. 
Eze. 45 : 17. 

Medo-Persian Kingdom. 

Extended from India to Ethiopia. 

Est. 1 : 1. 
Peopled by descendants of Elam. 

Gen. 10:22. 
Illustrated by 
Silver part of image in Nebuchad- 
nezzar's dream. Dan. 2 : 32, 39. 
A bear. Dan. 7:5. 
A ram with two horns. Dan. 8:3, 
20. 
Shusan a chief city of. Est. 1 : 2. 

Est. 8:15. 
Achmetha or Ecbatana a chief city 

of. Ezr. 6:2. 
Divided into many provinces. Est. 

1:1. Dan. 6:1. 
Laws of, unalterable. Dan. 6: 12, 15. 
Ruled by, absolute kings. Est. 3:8, 

11. Est. 7:9. 
Kings of, mentioned in Scripture; 
Cyrus. Ezr. 1 : 1. 

Ahasuerus or Cambyses. Ezr. 4 : 6. 
Artaxerxes Smerdis (an usurper). 

Ezr. 4: 7. 
Darius Hystaspes. Ezr. 6:1. Dan. 

5:31. 
Xerxes. Dan. 11 : 2. 
Artaxerxes Longimanus or Ahas- 
uerus. Ezr. 6: 14. Ezr. 7:1. Est. 
1:1. 
Kings of, 
Called kings of Assyria. Ezr. 6 : 22. 
Called kings of Babylon. Neh. 13: 

6. 
Styled themselves kings of kings. 

Ezr. 7 : 12. 
Dwelt in royal palaces. Est. 1 : 2. 

Est. 8 : 14. 
Were exceeding rich. Est. 1 : 4. 

Dan. 12:2. 
Entertained magnificently. Est. 1: 

3,5,7. 
Held in their hand a golden 

sceptre. Est. 5 : 2. 
Put to death all who approached 
them without permission. Est. 
4:11,16. 
Celebrated for wise men. Est. 1 : 13, 

Mat. 2: 1. 
People of, warlike. Eze. 27 : 10. Eze. 

38:5. 
Peculiar customs in. Est. 1 : 8. Est. 

2 : 12, 1.3, 
Babylon taken by the king of. Dan. 
5 : 30, 31. 



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The Jews delivered from captivity 
bymeaus of. 2 Chr. 36: 20, 22, 23. 
Ezr. 1 : 1—4. 
Predictions respecting. 
Extensive conquest. Dan. 8:4. 
(^MKiuest of Babylon. Isa. 21:1,2. 

Dan. 5 : 28. 
Deliverance of the Jews. Isa. 44 : 

28. Isa. 4r): 1-4. 
Invasion of Greece under Xerxes. 

Dan. 11:2. 
Downfall by Alexander. Dan. 8: 

6,7. Dan. 11:3. 

Meekness. 

Christ set an example of. Psa. 45: 4. 

Isa. .53: 7. Mat. 11:29. Mat. 21:. i. 

2 Cor. 10:1. 1 Pet. 2: 21— 23. 
His teaching. Mat. .5 : 38—45. 
A fruit of the Spirit. Gal. 5 : 22, 23. 
Saints should 

Seek. Zep. 2:3. 

Put on. .Col. 3: 12, 13. 

Receive the word of God with. Jas. 
1:21. 

Exhibit, in conduct, &c. Jas. 3: 13. 

Answer for their hope with. 1 Pet. 
3 : 15. 

Show, to all men. Tit. 3:2. 

Restore the erring with. Gal. 6:1. 
Precious in the sight of God. 1 Pet. 

3:4. 
Ministers should 

Follow after. 1 Tim. 6: 11. 

Instruct opposers with. 2 Tim. 2: 
24, 2). 
. Urge, on their people. Tit. 3:1,2. 
A characteristic of wisdom. Jas. 3: 

17. 
Necessary to a Christian walk. Eph. 

4:1,2. 1 Cor. 6:7. 
They who are gifted with, 

Are preserved. Psa. 76 : 9. 

Are exalted. Psa. 147:6. Mat. 23: 
12. 

Are guided and taught. Psa. 25: 9. 

Are richly provided for. Psa. 22: 
26. 

Are beautified with salvation. Psa. 
149:4. 

Increase their joy. Isa. 29: 19. 

Sliall inherit the earth. Psa. 37 : 
11. 
The gospel to be preached to those 

who possess. Isa. 61 : 1. 
Blessedness of. Mat. 5 : 5 
Exemplified. Moses, Num. 12: 3. 

Dai'trf, 1 Sam. 30:6. 2 Sam. 16:9— 

12. Pan?, 1 Cor. 4: 12. 1 The. 2:7. 

Mercy. 

After the example of God. Luke 6: 

36. 
Enjoined. 2 Kin. 6: 21—23. Hos. 12: 6. 

Rom. 12: 20, 21. Col. 3: 12. 
To bo engraved on the heart. Pro. 

3:3. 



Characteristic of saints. Psa. 37: 26. 

Isa. 57: 1. 
Should be shown 

With cheerfulness. Rom. 12: 8. 

To our brethren. Zee. 7 : 9. 

To those that are in distress. Luke 
10:37. 

To the poor. Pro. 14: 31. Dan. 4: 
27. 

To backsliders. Luke 15: 18—20. 
2 Cor. 2 : 6—8. 

To animals. Pro, 12 : 10. 
Upholds the throne of kings. Pro. 

20 : 28. 
Beneficial to those who exercise. 

Pro. 11:17. 
Blessedness of showing. Pro. 14: 21. 

Mat. 5 : 7. 
Hypocrites devoid of. Mat. 23 : 23. 
Denunciations against those devoid 

of. Hos. 4: 1, ,3. Mai. 18: 23—35. 

Jas. 2:13. 

Mercy of God, The. 

Is part of His character. Exo. 34: 6, 
7. Psa. 62:12. Neh.9:17. Jon. 4: 
2, 10, 11. 2 Cor. 1:3. 
Described as 

•Great. Num. 14:18. Isa. .54:7. 
Rich. Eph. 2: 4. 

Manifold. Neh.9:27. Lam. 3: 32. 
Plenteous. Psa. 86: 5, 15. Psa. 

103 : 8. 
Abundant. 1 Pet. 1 : 3. 
Sure. Isa. 55:3. Mic. 7:20. 
Everlasting. 1 Chr. 16: 34. Psa. 

89:28. Psa. 106: 1. Psa. 107: 1. 

Psa. 136. 
Tender. Psa. 25: 6. Psa. 103: 4. 

Luke 1 : 78. 
New every morning. Lam. 3: 23. 
High as heaven. Psa. 36:5. Psa. 

103:11. 
Filling the earth. Psa. 119: 64. 
Over all His works. Psa. 145 : 9. 
Is His delight. Mic. 7:18. 
Manifested 
In the sending of Christ. Luke 1 : 

78. 
In salvation. Tit. 3: 5. 
In long-suffering. Lam. 3: 22. Dan. 

9: 9. 
To His people. Deu. 32 : 43. 1 Kin. 

8:23. 
To them that fear Him. Psa. 103: 

17. Luke 1 : .50. 
To returning backsliders. Jer. 3: 

12. Hos. 14: 4. Joel 2:13. 
To repentant sinners. Psa. 32: 5. 

Pro. 28:13. Isa. .55: 7. Luke 15: 

18-20. 
To the afflicted. Isa. 49: 13. Isa. 

54 : 7. 
To the fatherless. Hos. 14 : 3. 
To whom He will. Hos. 2 : 23, with 

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With everlasting kiudness. Isa. 
54:8. 
A ground of hope. Psa. 130:7. Psa. 

147:11. 
A ground of trust. Psa. .52 : 8. 
Should be 
Sought for ourselves. Psa. 6: 2. 
Sought for others. Gal. 6: 16. 1 

Tim. 1:2. 2 Tim. 1 : 18. 
Pleaded in prayer. Psa. 6:4. Psa. 

25:6. Psa. 51:1. 
Rejoiced in. Psa. 31 : 7. 
Magnified. IChr. 16:34. Psa. 115: 
1. Psa. 118:1-4, 29. Jer. 33:11. 
Typified. Mercu-sent, Exo. 25:17. 
Exemplified. Lot, Gen. 19: 16, 19. 
Epaphroilitus, Phi. 2: 27. Paul, 1 
Tim. 1 : 13. 

Mercy-seat, 

Moses commanded to make. Exo. 25: 

17. 
Bezaleel given wisdom to make. Exo. 

31 : 2, 3, 7. 
Made of pure gold. Exo. 25 : 17. Exo. 

37: 6. 
The cherubim formed out of, and at 

each end of it. Exo. 25: 18—20. 

Heb. 9:5. 
Placed upon the ark of testimony. 

Exo. 25 : 21. Exo. 26 : 34. Exo. 40 : 20. 
God 

Appeared over in the cloud. Lev. 
16:2. 

Dwelt over. Psa. 80:1. 

Spake from above. Exo. 25 : 22. 
Num. 7:89. 
Covered with a cloud of incense on 

the day of atonement. Lev. 16: 13. 
Tlie blood of sacrifices on the day of 

atonement sprinkled upon and be- 
fore. Lev. 16: J4, 15. 
Illustrative of 

Christ. Rom. 3 : 25, with Heb. 9 : 3. 
{Greek. ) 

The throne of grace. Heb. 4 : 16. 

Metals. 

Dug out of the earth. Job 28 : 1, 2, 6. 
Mentioned in Scripture; 

Gold. Gen. 2:11,12. 

Silver. Gen. 41 : 2. 

Brass. Exo. 27 : 2, 4. 2 Chr. 12 : 10. 

Copper. Ezr. 8:27. 2 Tim. 4: 11. 

Iron. Num. 35:16. Pro. 27:17. 

Lead. Exo. 15:10. Jer. 6:29. 

Tin. Num. 31 : 22. 
Comparative value of. Isa. 60: 17. 

Dan. 2: 32, &c. 
Often mixed with dross. Isa. 1 : 25. 
The holy land abounded in. Deu. 

8: 9. 
Antiquity of the art of working in. 

Gen. 4 : 22. 
Freed from dross by fire. Eze. 22: 

18, 20. 



Ceremonially cleansed by lire. Num. 

31 : 21-23. 
Cast in mold. .Jud. 17: 4. Jer. 6:29. 
Clay of Jordan used for molding. 1 

Kin. 7: 46. 
An extensive commerce in. Ezo. 27 : 12. 

Midianites. 
Descended from Midian. son of .\bra- 

ham by Keturah. Gen. 25: 1, 2. 1 

Chr. 1 : 32. 
Dwelt east of Jordan, beside Moab. 

Num.22: 1,4. 

A SMzVLL PART OF 

Dwelt uear Horeb. Exo. 2: 15, with 
Exo. 3:1. 

Retained the knowledge and wor- 
ship of Jehovah. Exo. 2: 16, 
with Exo. 18: 9-12. 
Governed by kings. Num. 31 : 8. Jud. 

8:5. . "- 

Dwelt in tents. Hab. 3:7. 
Engaged in commerce. Gen. 37 : 28, 36. 
Conquered by Hadad. Gen. 36: 35. 1 

Chr. 1 : 46. 
Excited by Moab against Israel. 

Num. 22: 4. 
Terrified at approach of Israel. Hab. 

3:3-7. 
With the Moabites, 

Sent for Balaam to curse Israel. 
Num.22: 5—7. 

Seduced Israel to idolatry, &c. 
Num. 25: 1-6. 

Punished for seducing Israel. Num. 
25:16-18. Num. 31: 1-12. 
Allowed to oppress Israel. Jud. 6: 

1-6. 
Gideon raised up against. Jud. 6: 

11-14. 
WithAmalek, &c. opposed Gideon. 

Jud. 6: 33. 
Miraculously defeated and destroyed 

by Gideon. Jud. 7 : 16-22. Jud. 8 : 

10, 11. 
Princes of, slain. Jud. 7: 24, 25. Jud. 

8:12,21. 
Completeness of their destruction, 

alluded to. Psa. 83:9— 11. Isa. 9: 

4. Isa. 10:26. 
Shall minister to future glory of the 

church. Isa. 60: 6. 

Milk. 

An animal secretion, of a white color. 

Lam. 4: 7. 
Used as food by the Jews. Gen. 18: 

8. Jud. 5 : 25. 
Different kinds mentioned; 

Of cows. Deu. 32:14.- 1 Sam. 6: 7. 

Of camels. Gen. 32: 15. 

Of goats. Pro. 27:27. 

Of sheep. Deu. 32 : 14. 

Of sea-monsters. Lam. 4 : 3. 
Flocks and herds fed for supply of. 

Pro. 27: 23.27. Isa. 7: 21, 22. 1 

Cor. 9:7. 



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Canaan abounded with. Exo. 3:8, 

17. Jos. 5: 6. 
Made into 

Butter. Pro. 30:33. 

Cheese. Job 10: 10. 
Kept by the Jews in bottles. Jud. 4 : 

19. 
Young animals not to be seethed in 

that of the mother. Eso. 23: 19. 
Illustrative OF 

Temporal blessings. Gen. 49:12. 

Blessings of the gospel. Isa. 5.5: 1. 
Joel 3: 18. 

First principles of God's word. 1 
Cor. 3 : 2. Heb. 5 : 12. 1 Pet. 2 : 2. 

Godly and edifying discourses. So. 
of Sol. 4:11. 

Wealth of the Gentiles. Isa. CO : 16. 

Doctrines of the gospel. So. of Sol. 
.5:1. 

Mills. 

Antiquity of. Exo. 11 : 5. 
Used for grinding 
Manna in the wilderness. Num. 

11:8. 
Corn. Isa. 47:2. 
Female servants usually employed 

at. Exo._ll:5. Mat. 24:41. 
Male captives often employed at. 

Jud. 10: a. Lam. 5: 13. 
Stones used in 
Hard. Job 41 : 24. 
Heavy. Mat. 18:6. 
Large. Rev. 18:21. 
Not to be taken in pledge. Deu. 

24 : 6. 
Often thrown down on enemies 
during sieges. Jud. 9: .55. 2 Sam. 
11:21. 
Illu.strative 
(Grinding at,) of degradation, &c. 

Isa. 47:1,2. 
(Ceasing,) of desolation. Jer. 25: 
10. Rev. 18:22. 

Ministers. 

Called by God. Exo. 28: 1, with Heb. 

5:4. 
Qualified by God. Isa. 6:5— 7. 2 Cor. 

3: 5,6. 
Commissioned by Christ. Mat. 28: 

19. 
Sent by the Holy Ghost. Acts 13 : 2, 4. 
Have authority from God. 2 Cor. 10: 

8. 2 Cor. 13 : 10. 
Authority of, is for edification. 2 

Cor. 10:8. 2 Cor. 13: 10. 
Separated unto the gospel. Rom. 1 : 1. 
Entrusted with the gospel. 1 The. 2 : 4. 
Described as 

Ambassadors for Christ. 2 Cor. 5: 
20. 

Ministers of Christ. 1 Cor. 4 : 1. 

Stewards of the mysteries of God. 
1 Cor. 4:1. 

Defenders of the faith. Phi. 1 : 7. 



The servants of Christ's people. 2 

Cor. 4:5. 
Specially protected by God. 2 Cor. 

1:10. 
Necessity for. Mat. 9: 37, 38. Rom. 

10:14. 
Excellency of. Rom. 10: 15. 
Labors of, vain, without God's bless- 
ing. 1 Cor. 3:7. 1 Cor. 15: 10. 
Compared to earthen vessels. 2 Cor. 

4:7. 
Should be 
Pure. Isa. 52:11. 1 Tim. 3: 9. 
Holy. Exo. 28:36. Lev. 21 : 6. Tit. 

1:8. 
Humble. Acts 20: 19. 
Patient. 2 Cor. 6: 4. 2 Tim. 2: 24. 
Blameless. 1 Tim. 3:2. Tit. 1: 7. 
Willing. Isa. 6:8. 1 Pet. 5 : 2. 
Disinterested. 2 Cor. 12:14. 1 The. 

2:6. 
Impartial. 1 Tim. 5:21. 
Gentle. 1 The. 2:7. 2 Tim. 2:24. 
Devoted. Acts 20: 24. Phi. 1 : 20, 21. 
Strong in grace. 2 Tim. 2: 1. 
Self-denying. 1 Cor. 9:27. 
Sober, just, and temperate. Lev. 

10:9. Tit. 1:8. 
Hospitable. 1 Tim. 3:2. Tit. 1:8. 
Apt to teach. 1 Tim. 3 : 2. 2 Tim. 2 : 24. 
Studious and meditative. 1 Tim. 

4:13,15. 
Watchful. 2 Tim. 4:5. 
Prayerful. Eph. 3 : 14. Phi. 1 : 4. 
Strict in ruling their own families. 

ITim. 3:4, 12. 
Affectionate to their people. Phi. 

1:7. IThe. 2:8, 11. 
Eusamples to the flock. Phi. 3:17. 

2 The. 3:9. 1 Tim. 4 : 12. 1 Pet. 5 : 3. 
Should not be 
Lords over God's heritage. 1 Pet. 

5:3. 
Greedy of filthy lucre. Acts 20:33. 

1 Tim. 3:3,8. 1 Pet. 5:2. 
Contentious. 1 Tim. 3 : 3. Tit. 1 : 7. 
Crafty. 2 Cor. 4: 2. 
Mcn-pleasers. Gal. 1 : 10. 1 The. 2:4. 
Easily dispirited. 2Cor. 4:8, 9. 2 

Cor. 6:10. . 
Entangled by cares. Luke 9 : 60. 2 

Tim. 2:4. 
Given to wine. 1 Tim. 3 : 3. Tit. 1 : 7. 
Should seek the salvation of their 

flock. 1 Cor. 10:33. 
Should avoid giving unnecessary of- 
fefice. 1 Cor. 10 : 32, 33. 2 Cor. 6 : 3. 
Should make full proof of their min- 
istry. 2 Tim. 4: 5. 
Are bound, to 
Preach the gospel to all. Mar, 16: 

1.5. 1 Cor. 1 : 17. 
Feed the Church. Jer. 3:15. Jno. 

21 : 15—17. Acts 20: 28. 1 Pet. 5: 2. 
Build up the Church. 2 Cor. 12: 19. 

Eph. 4:12. 
Watch for souls. Heb. 13 : 17. 



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Pray for their people. Joel 2 : 17 
Col. 1 : 9. 

Strengthen the faith of their peo- 
ple. Luke 22: 32. Acts 14: 22. 

Teach. 2 Tim. 2:2. 

Exhort. Tit. 1 : 9. Tit. 2 : 15. 

Warn affectionately. Acts 20 : 31. 

Rebuke. Tit. 1 : 13. Tit. 2 : 1 J. 

Comfort. 2 Cor. 1 : 4-0. 

Convince gaiusayers. Tit. 1 : 9. 

War a good warfare. 1 Tim. 1 : 18. 
2 Tim. 4:7. 

Endure hardness. 2 Tim. 2 : 3. 
Should preach 

Christ crucified. Acts 8:. 5, 35. 1 
Cor. 2:2. 

Repentance and faith. Acts 20: 21. 

According to the oracles of God. 1 
Pet. 4:11. 

Everywhere. Mar. 16:20. Acts 8: 4. 

Not with enticing words of man's 
wisdom. 1 Cor. 1:17. 1 Cor. 2: 1,4. 

Not setting forth themselves. 2 
Cor. 4 : 5. 

Without deceitfulness. 2 Cor. 2: 17. 
2 Cor. 4:2. iThe. 2:3, 5. 

Fully, and without reserve. Acts 
5:20. Acts 20: 20, 27. Rom. 15:19. 

With boldness. Lsa. 58:1. Eze. 2: 
6. Mat. 10:27, 28. 

With plainness of speech. 2 Cor. 3 : 
12. 

Withieal. IThe. 2:8. 

With constancy. Acts 6: 4. 2 Tim. 
4:2. 

With consistency. 2 Cor. 1:18, 19. 

With heedfulness. 1 Tim. 4 : 16. 

With good will and love. Phi. 1: 
15-n. 

With faithfulness. Eze. 3: 17. 18. 

Without cluirge, if possible. 1 Cor. 
9:18. IThe. 2:9. 
Woe to those who do not preach the 

gospel. 1 Cor. 9:16. 
When faithful, 

Approve themselves as the minis- 
ters of God. 2 Cor. 6:4. 

Thau'k God for His gifts to their 
people. 1 Cor. 1 : 4. Phi. 1 : .3. 1 
The. 3:9. 

Glory in their people. 2 Cor. 7 : 4. 

Rejoice in the faith and holiness of 
their people. 1 The. 2 : 19, 20. 1 
The. 3:6-9. 

Commend themselves to the con- 
sciences of men. 2 Cor. 4 : 2. 

Are rewarded. Mat. 24 : 47. 1 Cor. 
3 : 14. 1 Cor. 9 : 17, 18. 1 Pet. 5 : 4. 
When unfaithful, 

Described. lsa. .56: 10—12. Tit. 1 : 10. 
11. 

Deal treacherously with their peo- 
ple. Jno. 10: 12. 

Delude men. Jcr. 6: 14. Mat. 15: 14. 

Seek gain. Mic. 3:11. 2 Pet. 2:3. 

Shall be punished. Eze. 33:6-8. 
Mat. 24:48-51. 



Their people are bound, to 
Regard them as God's messengers. 

1 Cor. 4:1. Gal. 4: 14. 
Not to despise them. Luke 10: 16. 

1 Tim. 4:12. 
Attend to their instructions. Mai. 

2:7. Mat. 23:3. 
Follow their holy example. 1 Cor. 

11:1. Phi. 3: 17. 
Imitate their faith. Heb. 13: 7. 
Hold them in reputation. Phi. 2: 

•29. 1 The. 5:13. ITim. 5: 17. 
Love tliem. 2 Cor. 8:7.1 Tlie. 3 : 6. 
Pray for them. Rom. 15 : 30. 2 Cor. 

1:11. Eph. 6:19. Heb. 13:18. 
Obey them. 1 Cor. 16:16. Heb. 13: 

17. 
Give them joy. 2 Cor. 1 : 14. 2 Cor. 

2: 3. 
Help them. Rom. 16: 9. Phi. 4: 3. 
Support them. 2 Chr. 31 : 4. 1 Cor. 

9:7-11. Gal. 6:6. 
Pray for the increase of. Mat. 9: 38. 
Faithful- Exemplified. The Eleven 
Aposiics, Mat. 28: 16—19. The seven- 
tij, Luke 10: 1, 17. Matthiaf:, Acts 1 : 
26. Philip, Acts 8: 5. Barnabas, 
Acts 11 : 23. Simeon, <£-c. Acts 13 : 1. 
Paul, Acts 28 : 31 . Tychicus, Eph. 6 : 
21. Tinio?/; J/, Phi. 2: 22. Epaphrodi- 
fws. Phi. 2: 25. Aicliipijus, Col. 4: 
17. Titus, Tit. 1 : 5. 

Miracles. 

Pv)werofGod necessary to. Jno. 3:2. 

DESt'KlBED AS 

MarveUous things. Psa. 78: 12. 

Marvellous works. lsa. 29:14. Psa. 
105 : 5. 

Signs and wonders. Jer. 32 : 21. 
Jno. 4 : 48. 2 Cor. 12 : 12. 
Manifest 

The glory of God. Jno. 11 : 4. 

The glory of Christ. Jno. 2: 11. 
Jno. 11 : 4. 

The works of God. Jno. 9:3. 
Were evidences of a divine commis- 
sion. Exo. 4 : 1-5. Mar. 16 : 20. 
The Messiah was expected to per- 
form. Mat. 11 : 2, 3. Jno. 7 : 31. 
Jesus was proved to be the Messiah 

by. Mat. 11 : 4-6. Luke 7 : 20—22. 

Jno. 5 : 36. Acts 2 : 22. 
Jesus was followed on account of. 

Mat. 4 : 23-25. Mat. 14 : 35, 36. Jno. 

6:2,26. Jno. 12:18. 
A gift of the Holy Ghost. 1 Cor. 12: 

10. 
Were performed 

By the power of God. Exo. 8: 19. 
Acts 14:3. Acts 15 : 12. Acts 19 : 11. 

By the power of Christ. Mat. 10 : 1. 

Bv tlie power of the Holy Ghost. 
Mat. 12:28. Rom. 15: 19. 

In the name of Christ. Mar. 16: 17. 
Acts 3 : 16. Acts 4 : 30. 



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First preaching of the gospel con- 
firmed by. Mar. IG : 20. Hob. 2 : 4. 

Tliey wlio wrought, disclai ned all 
power of their own. Acts 3: 12. 

Should produce faith. Jno. 2 : 23. 
Juo. 20:30, 31. 

Should produce obedience. Deu. 11 : 
1—3. Deu.29:2, 3, 9. 

Instrumental to the early propaga- 
tion of the gospel. Acts 8: 6. Rom. 
1.-) : 18, 19. 

Faith keotjired in 
Those, -ttdio performed. Mat. 17 : 20. 
Mat. 21 : 21. Jno. 14 : 12. Acts 3 : 
16. Acts 6 : 8. 
Those for whom they were per- 
formed. Mat. 9:28. Mat. 13:.J8. 
Mar. 9:22— 24. Acts 14:9. 

Should be remembered. 1 Chr. IG: 
12. Psa. 105 : 5. 

Should be told to future generations. 
Exo. 10:2. Jud. 6:13. 

Insufficient of themselves, to produce 
conversion. Luke 16: 31. 

The wicked 
Desire to see. Mat. 27 : 42. Luke 

11:29. Luke 23: 8. 
Often acknowledge. Jno. 11 : 47. 

Acts 4 : 16. 
Do not understand. Psa. 106: 7. 
Do not consider. Mar. 6:52. 
Forget. Neh. 9: 17. Psa. 78: 1, 11. 
Proof against. Num. 14 : 22. Jno. 
12 : 37. 

Guilt of rejecting the evidence af- 
forded by. Mat. 11:20-24. Jno. 
15:24. 

Miracles of Christ, The. 

Water turned into wine. Jno. 2 : 6—10. 
Nobleman's son healed. Jno. 4 : 46 — 53. 
Centurion's servant healed. Mat. 8: 

5—13. 
Draughts of fishes. Luke 5:4 — 6, 

Jno. 21 : 6. 
Devils cast out. Mat. 8: 28— 32. Mat. 

9 32, 33. Mat. 15: 22—28. Mat. 17: 

14—18. Mark 1:23-27. 
Peter's wife's miither healed. Mat. 

8 : 14, 15. 
Lepers cleansed. Mat. 8:3. Luke 

17 : 14. 
Paralytic healed. Mar. 2 : 3—12. 
Withered hand restored. Mat. 12: 

10—13. 
Impotent man healed. Jno. 5: 5—9. 
The dead raised to Ijfe. Mat. 9: 18, 

19, 23—25. Luke 7 : 12—15. Jno. 11 : 

11—44. 
Issue of blood stopped. Mat. 9 : 20—22. 
The blind restored to sight. Mat. 9 : 

27—30. Mar. 8 : 22—25. Jno. 9 : 1—7. 
The deaf and dumb cured. Mar. 7 : 

32-35. 
The multitude fed. Mat. 14:15—21. 

Vat. 15:32—38. 



His walking on the sea. Mat. l4: 

25-27. 
Peter walking on the sea. Mat. 74 . 39. 
Tempest stilled. Mat. 8: 23-26. Mat. 

14 : 32. 
Sudden arrival of the ship. Jni .J: 21. 
Tribute-money. Mat. 17: 27. 
Woman healed of infirmity. Luke 

13: 11—13. 
Dropsy cured. Luke 14: 2^4. 
Fig-tree blighted. Mat. 21 : 19. 
Malchus healed. Luke 22 : 50, 51. 
Performed before the messengers of 

John. Luke 7 : 21, 22. 
Many and divers diseases hepled. 

Mat. 4:23, 24. Mat. 14:14. Mat. 

15 : 30. Mar. 1 : 34. Luke 6 : 17 -19. 
His transfiguration. Mat. 17:1—8. 
His resurrection. Luke 24: 6, -jvith 

Jno. 10:18. 
His appearance to His disciples, the 

doors being shut. Jno. 20: 19. 
His ascension. Acts 1 : 9. 

Miracles through Evil Agents. 

Performed through the power of the 

devil. 2 The. 2:9. Rev. 16: 14. 
Wrought 

In support of false religions. Deu. 
13:1—2. 

By false christs. Mat. 24 : 24. 

By false prophets. Mat. 24 : 24. 
Rev. 19 : 20. 
A mark of the Apostacy. 2 Tne. 2: 3, 

9. Rev. 13:13. 
Not to be regarded. Deu. 13:3. 
Deceive the ungodly. 2 The. 2i 10—12. 

Rev. 13:14. Rev. 19:20. 
Exemplified. Magicians of Egypt, Exo. 

7:11, 22. Exo. 8 : 7. Witch of Enclor, - 

1 Sam. 28: 7—14. Simon Magus, 

Acts 8: 9-11. 

Miracles wrought through Serv- 
ants of God. 

Moses and Aaron : 
Rod turned into a serpent, Exo. 4 : 

3. Exo. 7 : 10. 
Rod restored. Exo. 4 : 4. 
Hand made leprous. Exo. 4: 6. 
Hand healed. Exo. 4 : 7. 
Water turned into blood. Exo. 4 : 

9,30. 
River turned into blood. Exo. 7 : 

20. 
Frogs brought. Exo. 8 : 6. 
Frogs removed. Exo. 8 : 13. 
Lice brought. Exo. 8 : 17. 
Flies brought. Exo. 8 : 21—24. 
Flies removed. Exo. 8:31. 
Murrain of beasts. Exo. 9 : 3—6. 
Boils and blains brought. Exo. 9: 

10, 11. 
Hail brought. Exo. 9: 23. 
Hail removed. Exo. 9:33, 
Locusts brought. Exo. 10 : 13. 



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Locusts removed. Exo. 10:19. 
Darkness brought. Exo. 10: 22. 
The first-born destroyed. Exo. 12 : 

29. 
Tlie red sea divided. Exo. 14: 21, 

22. 
Egyptians overwhelmed. Exo. 14 : 

2G— 28. 
Water sweetened. Exo. 15:25. 
Water from rock in Hoi'eb. Exo. 

17:6. 
Amalek vanquished. Exo. 17: Il- 
ls. 
Destruction of Korah. Num. 16: 

28-32. 
Water from rock in Kadesh. Num. 

20:11. 
Healing by brazen serpent. Num. 

21 : 8, 9. 
Joshua: 
Waters of Jordan divided. Jos. 3: 

10-17. 
Jordan restored to its course. Jos. 

4:18. 
Jericho taken. Jos. 6:6— 20. 
Die sua and moon stayed. Jos. 10: 

12-14. 
Mldianites destroyed. Jud. 7 : 16— 

22. 
S \iMSON: 

A lion killed. Jud. 14:6. 
Philistines killed. Jud. 14: 19. Jud. 

15: 15. 
The gates of Gaza carried away. 

Jud. 16:3. 
Dagon's house pulled down. Jud. 

16 : 30. 
Samuel : 
Thunder and rain in harvest. 1 

Sam. 12:18. 
The prophet of Judah : 
Jeroboam's hand withered. 1 Kin. 

13 : 4. 
The altar rent. 1 Kin. 13: 5. 
The withered hand restored. 1 Kin. 

13 : 6. 
Elijah: 
Drought caused. 1 Kin. 17:1. Jas. 

5 : 17. 
Meal and oil multiplied. 1 Kin. 

17:14—16. 
A child restored to life. 1 Kin. 17 : 

22, 23. 
Sacrifice consumed by fire. 1 Kin. 

18:. 36, 38. 
Men destroyed by fire. 2 Kin. 1 : 10 

-12. 
Rain brought. 1 Kin. 18:41—45. 

Jas. 5 : 18. 
Waters of Jordan divided. 2 Kin. 

2 • 8 
Taken to heaven. 2 Kin. 2: 11. . 
Elisha : 
Waters of -Jordan divided. 2 Kin. 

2:14. 
Waters healed. 2 Kin. 2 : 21. 22. 
Children torn by bears. 2 Kin. 2:24. 



Oil multiplied. 2 Kin. 4 : 1—7. 
Child restored to life. 2 Kin. 4: 32 

-35. 
Naaman healed. 2 Kin. 5: 10, 14._ 
Gehazi struck with leprosy. 2 Kin. 

5 : 27. 
Iron caused to swim. 2 Kin. 6: 6. 
Syrians smitten with blindness. 2 

Kin. 6:18. 
Syrians restored to sight. 2 Kin. 

6 : 20. 
A man restored to life. 2 Kin. 13: 

21. 
Isaiah: 
Hezekiah healed. 2 Kin. 20:7 
Shadow put back on the dial 2 

Kin. 20:11. 
The seventy di.sciples : 

Various miracles. Luke 10: 9, 17. 
The Apostles, &c. 
Many miracles. Acts 2: 43. Acts 

5:12. 
Peter: 
Lame man cured. Acts 3: 7. 
Death of Ananias. Acts 5 : 5. 
Death of Sapphira. Acts 5 : 10. 
The sick healed. Acts 5 : 15, 16. 
Eneas made whole. Acts 9 : 34. 
Dorcas restored to life. Acts 9 : 40. 
Stephen : 

Great miracles. Acts 6 : 8. 
Philip: 

Various miracles. Acts 8 : 6, 7, 13. 
Paul : 
Elymas smitten with blindness. 

Acts 13: 11. 
Lame man cured. Acts 14: 10. 
An unclean spirit cast out. Acts 

16: 18. 
Special miracles. Acts 19: 11, 12. 
Eutyclrus restored to life. Acts 20 : 

10—12. 
Viper's bite made harmless. Acts 

28:5. 
Father of Publius healed. Acts 

28:8. 
Paul and Barnabas : 
Various miracles. Acts 14 : 3. 

Miraculous Gifts of the Holy 
Ghost. 

Foretold. Isa. 35:4-6. Joel 2:28, 

29 
Of different kinds. 1 Cor. 12:4-6. 
Enumerated. 1 Cor. 12:8—10,28. 1 

Cor. 14:1. 
Christ was endued with. Mat. 12: 

28. 
Poured out on the day of Pentecost. 

Acts 2 : 1-4. 
Communicated 

Upon the preaching of the gospel. 
Acts 10: 44-46. 

By the laying on of the Apostles' 
hands. Acts 8 : 17, 18. Acts 19 : 6. 



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For the confirmation of the gospel. 
Mar. 16 : 20. Acts 11 : 3. Rom. 15 : 
19. Heb. 2:4. 

For the edification of the Church. 
1 Cor. 12 : 7. 1 Cor. 14 : 12, 13. 
Dispensed, according to His sovereign 

will. 1 Cor. 12:11. 
Were to be sought after. 1 Cor. 12 : 

31. 1 Cor. 14:1. 
Temporary nature of. 1 Cor. 13:8. 
Were not to be 

Neglected. 1 Tim. 4 : 14. 2 Tim. 1 : 6. 

Despised. 1 The. 5:20. 

Purchased. Acts 8: 20. 
Might be possessed without saving 

grace. Mat. 7 : 22, 23. 1 Cor. 13: 1,2. 
Counterfeited by Antichrist. Mat. 24 : 

24. 2 The. 2: 9. Eev. 13: 13, 14. 

Missionaries^ all Christians should 
be as. 

After the example of Chri.st. Acts 

10:38. 
Women and children as well as men. 

Psa. 8 : 2. Pro. 31 : 26. Mat. 21 : 15, 

16. Phi. 4:3. 1 Tim. 5:10. Tit. 2: 3 

—5. 1 Pet. 3:1. 
The zeal of idolaters should provoke 

to. Jer. 7 ; 18. 
The zeal of hypocrites should pro- 
voke to. Mat. 23:15. 
An imperative duty. Jud. 5: 23. Luke 

19 : 40. 
The principle on which. 2 Cor. 5 : 14, 

15. 
However weak they may be. 1 Cor. 

1:27. 
From their calling as saints. Exo. 

19:6. 1 Pet. 2:9. 
As faithful stewards. 1 Pet. 4 : 10, 11. 
In youth. Psa. 71 : 17. Psa. 148: 12, 13. 
In old age. Deu. 32: 7. Psa. 71 : 18. 
In the family. Deu. 6:7. Psa. 78:5— 

8. Isa.38:19. 1 Cor. 7:16. 
In their intercourse with the world. 

Mat 5 : 16. Phi. 2 : 15, 16. 1 Pet. 2 : 12. 
In first giving their own selves to the 

Lord. 2 Cor. 8:5. 
In declaring what God has done for 

them. Psa. 66:16. Psa. 116: 16-19. 
In hating life for Christ. Luke 14 :26. 
In openly confessing Christ. Mat. 10: 

32. 
In following Christ. Luke 14: 27. 

Luke 18:22. 
In preferring Christ above all rela- 
tions. Luke 14 : 26. 1 Cor. 2 : 2. 
In joyfully suffering for Christ. Heb. 

10:34. 
In forsaking all for Christ. Luke 5 : 11. 
In a holy example. Mat. 5 : 16. Phi. 

2 : 15. 1 The. 1 : 7. 
In holy conduct. 1 Pet. 2: 12. 
In holy boldness. Psa. 119: 46. 
In dedicating themselves to the serv- 



ice of God. Jos. 24: 15. Psa. 27: 4. 
In devoting all property to God. 1 

Chr. 29: 2, 3, 14, 16. Ecc. 11 : 1. Mat. 

6: 19. 20. Mar. 12: 44. Luke 12: 33. 

Luke 18: 22, 28. Acts 2: 45. Acts 4: 

32-34. 
In holy conversation. Psa. 37: 30, 

with Pro. 10:31. Pro. 15:7. Eph. 

4 : 29. Col. 4 : 6. 
In talking of God and His works. 

Psa. 71 : 24. Psa. 77 : 12. Psa. 119 : 27. 

Psa. 145 : 11, 12. 
In showing forth God's praises. Isa. 

43:21. 
In inviting others to embrace the 

'gospel. Psa. 34:8. Isa. 2:3. Jno. 

1 : 46. Jno. 4 : 29. 
In seeking the edification of others. 

Eom. 14 : 19. Rom. 15 : 2. 1 The. 5 : 11, 
In admonishing others. 1 The. 5:14. 

2 The. 3 : 15. 
In reproving others. Lev. 19: 17. 

Eph. 5:11. 
In teaching and exhorting. Psa. 34: 

11. Psa. 51:13. Col. 3: 16. Heb. 3: 

13. Heb. 10:25. 
In interceding for others. Col. 4:3. 

Heb. 13:18. Jas. 5:16. 
In aiding ministers in their labors. 

Rom. 16:3, 9. 2 Cor. 11 : 9. Phi. 4: 

14-16. 3 Jno. 6. 
In giving a reason for their faith. 

Exo. 12:26, 27. Deu. 6: 20, 21. J 

Pet. 3:15. 
In encouraging the weak. Isa. 35:3, 

4. Rom. 14:1. Rom. 15:1. 1 The. 

5:14. 
In visiting and relieving the poor, the 

sick, &c. Lev. 25:3.5. Psa. 112:9, 

with 2 Cor. 9 : 9. Mat. 25 : 36. Acts 

20:35. Jas. 1:27. 
With a willing heart. Exo. 35 : 29. 1 

Chr. 29: 9, 14. 
With a superabundant liberality. 

Exo. 36:5-7. 2 Cor. 8:3. 
Encouragement to. Pro. 11 : 25, .30. 1 

Cor. 1:27. Jas. 5:19, 20. 
Blessedness of. Dan. 12:3. 
Illustrated. Mat. 25 : 14. Luke 19 : 13, 

&c., &c. 
Exemplified. Hannah.l Sam. 2:1- 

10. C(ipfu-e mairf, 2 Kin. 5: 3. Chief 

of the Fathers, £-c. Ezr. 1 : 5. Shad- 

rach, <£-c. Dan. 3: 16—18. Restored 

demoniac, Mar. 5: 20. Shejjherds, 

Luke 2: 17. Anna, Luke. 2: 38. 

Joanna, &c. Luke 8 : 3. Leper', Luke 

17:15. Disciples, Luke 19:37, 38. 

Centurion, Luke 23: 47. Andrew, 

Jno. 1:41, 42. Philip, Jno. 1: 46. 

Woman of Samaria, Jno, 4: 29. 

Barnabas, Acts 4 : 36, 37. Persecuted 

Saints, Acts 8: 4. Acts 11: 19, 20. 

ApoUos, Acts 18: 25 Aquilla, ttc. 

Acts 18: 26, Various indiriduala, 

Rom. Chap. 16th. Ovesiphorus, 2. 

Tim. 1 : 16. Philemon, Phile. 1—6. 



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Missionary-work by Ministers, 

Commanded. Mat. 28:19. Mar. 1(5: 

15. 
Warranted by predictions concerning 

tlio heathen, &c. Isa. 42:10—12. 

Isa. 66: 19. 
Is according to the purpose of God. 

Luke 24: 46, 47. Gal. 1:15, 16. Col. 

1 : 25-27. 
Directed by the Holy Ghost. Acts 

13:2. 
Required. Luke 10: 2. Rom. 10: 

14, 15. 
The Holy Ghost calls to. Acts 13 : 2. 
Christ engaged in. Mat. 4:17, 2.3. 

Mat. 11: 1. Mar. 1:38, 39. Luke 

8:1. 
Christ sent His disciples to labor in. 

Mar. 3:14. Mar. 6:7. Luke 10: 

1-11. 
Obligations to engage in. Acts 4 : 

19, 20. Rom. 1 : 13—15. 1 Cor. 9 : 16. 
Excellency of. Isa. 52: 7, with Rom. 

10: 15. 
Worldly concerns should not delay. 

Luke 9: 59-62. 
God qualifies for. Exo. 3:11,18. 

Exo. 4:11, 12,15. Isa. 6:5—9. 
God strengthens for, Jer. 1 : 7^9. 
Guilt and danger of shrinking from. 

Jon. 1 : 3, 4. 
Requires wisdom and meekness. Mat. 

10:16. 
Be ready to engage in. Isa. 6: 8. 
Aid those engaged in. Rom. IG: 1, 2. 

2 Cor. 11:9. 3 Jno. 5— 8. 
Harmony should subsist amongst 

those engaged in. Gal. 2 : 9. 

SUCC'ESS OF, 

To be prayed for. Eph. 6: 18, 19. 
Col. 4:3. 

A cause of joy. Acts 15 : 3. 

A cause of praise. Acts 11 : 18. Acts 
21 : 19, 20. 
No limits to the sphere of. Isa. 11 : 9. 

Mar. 16:15. Rev. 14:6. 
Opportunities for, not to be neglected. 

1 Cor. 16:9. 
Exemplified. Levites, 2 Chr. 17 : 8, 9. 

Junah, Jon. 3: 2. The Seventy, Luke 

10:1,17. ^i)o.s»t's. Mar. 6 : 12. Acts 

13 : 2—5. Fhilij}, Acts 8 : 5. Paul, &c. 

Acts 13 : 2—4. saa». Acts 15 : 40, 41. 

Timotheus, Acts 16: 3. iJoah, 2 Pet. 

2:5. 

Moabites. 

Descended from Lot. Gen. 19:37. 
Called 

Children of Lot, Deu. 2 : 9. 

People of Chemosh. Num. 21 : 29. 
Jer. 48:46. 
Are given to, as a possession, Deu. 

2:9. 
Separated from the Amorites by the 

jiver Araoij, Num. 21 : 13. 



Expelled the ancient Emims. Deu, 

2:9—11. 
Possessed many and groat cities. 

Num. 21 : 28, 30. Isa. 15 : 1-4. Jer. 

48:21-24. 
Governed by kings. Num. 23: 7. Jos. 

24:9. 
Described as 

Proud and arrogant. Isa. 16:6. 
.Jer. 48:29. 

Idolatrous. 1 Kin. 11:7. 

Superstitious. Jer. 27 : 3, 9. 

Rich and confident. Jer. 48:7. 

Prosperous and at ease. Jer. 48:11. 

Mighty and men of war. Jor. 48 : 14. 
Deprived of a large part of their ter- 
ritories by the Amorites. Num. 21 : 

26. 
Refused to let Israel pass. Jud. 11: 

17, 18. 
Alarmed at the number, &c. of Israel. 

Num. 22:3. 
With Midian send for Balaam to 

curse Israel. Num. 22 ch. to Num. 

24 ch. 
Israelites 

Enticed to idolatry by. Num. 25: 
1—3. 

Forbidden to spoil. Deu. 2 : 9, with 
Jud. 11 : 15. 

Forbidden to make leagues with. 
Deu. 23:6. 

Sometimes intermarried with. Ruth 
1:4. 1 Kin. 11:1. 1 Chr. 8:8. 
Neh. 13: 23. 
Excluded from the congregation of 

Israel for ever. Deu. 23:J3, 4. Neh. 

13:1,2. 
Always hostile to Israel. Psa. 83:6. 

Eze. 25 : 8. 
Harassed and subdued by Saul. 1 

Sam. 14:47. 
Gave an asylum to David's family. 

1 Sam. 22: 4. 

Made tributary to David. 2 Sam. 8: 

2 12 

Benaiah slew two champions of. 2 

Sam. 23:20. 
Paid tribute of sheep and wool to 

the king of Israel. 2 Kin. 3 : 4. Isa. 

16:1. 
Revolted from Israel after the death 

of Ahab. 2. Kin. 1:1. 2Kin. 3:.5. 
Israel and Judah joined against. 2 

Kin. 3: 6, 7. 
Miraculously deceived by the color 

of the water. 2 Kin. 3: 21—24. 
Conquered by Israel and Judah. 2 

Kin. 3:21-26. 
King of, sacrificed his son to excite 

animosity against Israel. 2 Kin. 3: 

27. 
Joined Babylon against Judah. 2 

Kin. 24:2. 
Prophesies respecting; 

Terror on account of Israel. Exo, 
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Desolation and grief. Isa. 15 cli. 

Isa. 16:2— 11. 
Inability to avert destruction. Isa. 

16:12. 
To be destroyed in three years. Isa. 

16:13,14. 
To be captives in Babylon. Jer. 27 : 

.3,8. Jer. 48:7. 
Their desolation as a punishment 

for their hatred of Israel. Jer. 

48:26,27. Eze. 25 : 8, 9. 
Eestoration from captivity. Jer. 

48:47. 
Subjugation to Messiah. Num. 24: 

17. Isa. 25 : 10. 
Subjugation to Israel. Isa. 11 : 14. 

Money. 

Gold and silver used as. Gen. 13:2. 

Num. 22: 18. 
Brass introduced as, by the Romans. 

Mat. 10:9. 
Originally stamped with the image 

of a lamb. Gen. 23:15, with Gen. 

33:19. (mctrg.) 
Of the Romans, stamped with the 

image of Cresar. Mat. 22 : 20, 21. 
Usually taken by weight. Gen. 23 : 16. 

Jer. 32 : 10. 
Pieces of, mentioned ; 

Talent of gold. 1 Kin. 9:14. 2 Kin. 
23 ' 33 

Talent 'of silver. 1 Kin. 16:24. 2 
Kin. 5 : 22, 2.3. 

Shekel of silver. Jud. 17 : 10. 2 Kin. 
15 : 20. 

Half shekel or bekah. Exo. 30 : 15. 

Third of a shekel. Neh. 10 : 32. 

Fourth of a shekel. 1 Sam. 9 : 8. 

Gerah the twentieth of a shekel. 
Num. 3 : 47. 

Pound. Luke 19 : 13. 

Penny. Mat. 20 : 2. Mar. 6 : 37. 

Farthing. Mat. 5 : 26. Luke 12 : 6. 

Mite. Mar. 12 : 42. Luke 21 : 2. 
Of the Jews regulated by the stand- 
ard of the sanctuary. Lev. 5:15. 

Num. 3:47. 
Was current with the merchants. 

Gen. 23:16. 
Jews forbidden to take usury for. 

Lev. 25: 37. 
Changing of, a trade. Mat. 21 : 12. 

Jno. 2:15. 
Was given 

For lands. Gen. 23 : 9. Acts 4 : 37. 

For slaves. Gen. 37 : 28. Exo. 21 : 21. 

For merchandise. Gen. 43:12. Deu, 
2:6. 

For tribute. 2 Kin. 23: 33. Mat. 
22 : 19. 

As wages. Ezr. 3: 7. Mat. 20:2. Jas. 
5:4. 

As offerings. 2 Kin. 12: 7—9. Neh. 
10:32. 

As alms. 1 Sam. 2 : 36. Acts 3 : 3, 6. 



Custom of presenting a piece of. Job 

42:11. 
Power and usefulness of. Ecc. 7 : 12. 

Ecc. 10; .. 
Loye of, the root of all evil. 1 Tim. 

6:10. 

Months. 

Sun and moon designed to mark out. 

Gen. 1 : 14. 
The patriarchs computed time by 

Gen. 29 : 14. 
The Jews computed time bv. Jud. 

11:37. 1 Sara. 6:1. 1 Kin.'j : 7. 
Commenced with first appearance of 

new moon. Num. 10: 10, with Psa. 

81:3. 
Originally had no names. Gen. 7 : 11. 

Gen. 8:4. 
The year composed of twelve. 1 Chr. 

27 : 2—15. Est. 2:12. Rev. 22 : 2. 
N.-iMEs OF the twelve; 

First, Nisan or Abib. Exo. 13:4. 
Neh. 2:1. 

Second, Zif. 1 Kin. 6:1,37. 

Third, Sivan. Est. 8:9. 

Fourth, Thammuz. Zee. 8 : 19. 

Fifth, Ab. Zee. 7 : 3. 

Sixth, Ehul. Neh. 6 : 15. 

Seventh, Ethauim. 1 Kin. 8 : 2. 

Eighth, Bui. 1 Kin. 6:38. 

Ninth, Chisleu. Zee. 7:1. 

Tenth, Tebeth. Est. 2 : 16. 

Eleventh, Sebat. Zee. 1 : 7. 

Twelfth, Adar. Ezr. 6: 15. Est. 3: 7. 
Idolaters prognosticated by. Isa. 

47:13. 
Observance of, condemned. Gal. 4 : 10. 

Moon» The. 
Created by God. Gen. 1:14. Psa. 8: 3. 
Made to glorify God. Psa. 148 : 3. 
Called the lesser light. Gen. 1 : 16. 
Described AS 
Fair. So. of Sol. 6: 10. 
Bright. Job 31 : 26. 
Has a glory of its own. 1 Cor. 15 : 41 
•Appointed 
To divide day from night. Gen. 1 

14. 
For signs and seasons. Gen. 1 : 14. 

Psa. 104:19. 
For a light in the firmament. Gen. 

1 : 15. 
To light the earth by night. Jer. 

31 : 35. 
To rule the night. Gen. 1 : 16. Psa. 

136:9. 
By an ordinance for ever. Psa. 72: 

5,7. Psa. 89:37. Jer. 31 : 36. 
For the benefit of all. Deu. 4: 19. 
Influences vegetation. Deu. 33:14. 
First appearance of, a time of festiv- 
ity. ISani. 20: 5, 6. Psa. 81 : 3. 
Miracles connected with; 
Standing still in Ajalon. Jos. 10: 
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Signs in, before the destruction of 
jorusalfem. Luke 21 : 2^. 

Lunacy attributed to th{3 influence 
of. Psa. 121 : 6, with Mat. i : 24. 

Worshipped as the queen of heav- 
en. Jer. 7 : 18. Jer. 14 : 17—19, 25. 

WORSHIPPINIJ OF, 

Forbidden to the Jews. Deu. 4 : 19. 
Condemned as atheism. Job 31: 

26, 28. 
To be punished with death. Deu. 

17:3-6. 
Jews often guilty of. 2 Kin. 23:5. 

Jer. 8:2. 
Jews punished for. Jer. 8: 1—3. 
Illustrative 
Of glory of Christ in the Church. 

Isa. 60:20. 
Of fairness of the Church. So. of 

Sol. 6 : 10. 
Of chaugeableness of the world. 

Rev. 12: 1. 
(Becoming as blood,) of judgments. 

Rev. 6:12. 
(Withdrawing her light,) of deep 

calamities. Isa. 13:10. Joel 2: 

10. Joel 3: 15. Mat. 24:29. 

Morning. 

The second part of the day at the 

creation. Gen. 1 : 5, 8, 13, 19, 23, 31. 

The first part of the natural day. 

Mar. 16:2. 
Ordained by God. Job 38 : 12. 
Began with first dawn. Jos. 6: 15. 

Psa. 119:147. 
Continued until noon. 1 Kin. 18 : 26. 

Neh. 8 : 3. 
First dawning of, called the eyelids 
of the morning. Job 3:9. (marg.) 
Job 41 : 18. 
The outgoings of, made to rejoice. 

Psa. 65 : 8. 
The Jews 
Generally rose early in. Gen. 28 : 18. 

-Jud. 6:28. 
Eat but little in. Ecc. 10: 16. 
Went to the temple in. Luke 21 : 

38. Jno. 8 : 2. 
Offered a part of the daily sacrifice 
in. Exo. 29: 38, 39. Num. 28: 4 
—7. 
Devoted a part of, to prayer and 
praise. Psa. 5: 3. Psa. .59: 16. 
Psa. 88: 13. 
Gathered the manna in. Exo. 16: 

21. 
Began their journeys in. Gen. 22: 3. 
Held courts of justice in. Jer. 21: 

12. Mat. 27:1. 
Contracted covenants in. Gen. 26: 

31. 
Transacted business in. Ecc. 11 : 
6. Mat. 20:1. 
Was frequently cloudless, 2 Sam. 
23:4, 



A red sky in, a sign of bad weather. 

Mat. 16:3. 
Ushered in by the morning star. Job 

38: 7. 
Illustr.\tive 
Of the resurrection day. Psa. 49: 

14. 
(Breaking forth, 1 of the glory of 
the church. So. of Sol. 6: 10. Isa. 

(Star of,) of the glory of Christ. 
Rev. 22 : 16. 

(Star of,) of reward of saints. Rev. 
2:28. 

(Clouds in,) of the shortlived pro- 
fession of hypocrites. Hos. 6:4. 

(Wings of,) of rapid movements. 
Psa. 139: 9. 

(Spread upon the mountains,) of 
heavy calamities. Joel 2 : 2. 

Moth, The. 

Destructive to garments. Mat. 6: 19. 

Jas. 5:2. 
Destroyed by the slightest touch. 

Job 4 : 19. 
Illustrative 
Of God in the execution of His 

judgments. Hos. 5 : 12. 
(Eating a garment,) of God's judg- 
ments. Isa. 50:9. Isa. 51 : 8. 
(Garments eaten by,) of those who 
have suffered severe judgments. 
Job 13: 28. 
(Making its house in garments,) of 
man's folly in providing earthly 
things. Job 27 : 18. 

Mountains. 

The elevated parts of the earth. Gen. 

7 : 19, 20. 
God 
Formed. Amos 4 : 13. 
Set fast. Psa. 65 : 6. 
Gives strength to. Psa. 95 : 4. 
Weighs, in a balance. Isa. 40:12. 
Waters, from His chambers. Psa. 

104 : 13. 
Parches, with draught. Hag. 1 : 11. 
Causes, to smoke. Psa. 104: 32. 

Psa. 144 : 5. 
Sets the foundations of, on fire. 

Deu. 32: 22. 
Makes waste. Isa. 42 : 15. 
Causes, to tremble. Nah. 1:5. Hab. 

3: 10. 
Causes, to skip. Psa. 114 : 4, 6. 
Causes, to melt. Jud. 5:5. Psa. 97: 

5. Isa. 64:1, .3. 
Removes. Job 9: 5. 
Overturns. Job 9 : 5. Job 28 : 9. 
Scatters. Hab. 3:6. 
Made to glorify God. Psa. 148 : 9. 
Called 
God's mountains. Isa. 49:11. 
The ancient mountains. Deu. 33: 

15. 



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The everlasting mountains. Hab. 

Perpetual hills. Hlb. 3 : 6. 
Everlasting hills. Gen. 49: 26. 
Pillars of heaven. Job 26: 11. 
Many esceeding high. Psa. 101:18. 

Isa. 2:11. 
Collect the vapors which ascend 

from the earth. Psa. 104 : 6, 8. 
Are the sources of springs and rivers. 

Deu.8:7. Psa. 104: 8-10. 
Canaan abounded in. Dou. 11 : 11. 
Volcanic fires of, alluded to. Isa. 64 : 

1,2. Jer. 51:25. Nah. 1:5,6. 
Mentioned in Scripture; 
Ararat. Gen. 8: 4. 
Abarim. Num. 33: 47, 48. 
Amalek. Jud. 12: 15. 
Bashan. Psa. 68:15. 
Bethel. 1 Sam. 13: 2. 
Carmel. Jos, 15:55. Jos. 19:26. 2 

Kin. 19: 23. 
Ebal. Deu. 11 : 29. Deu. 27 : 1.3. 
Ephraim. Jos. 17: 15. Jud. 2: 9. 
Gerizim. Deu. 11 : 29. Jud. 9 : 7. 
Gilboa. 1 Sam. 31:1. 2 Sam. 1:6, 

21. 
Gilead. Gen. 31 ::21, 25. So. of Sol. 

4:1. 
Hachilah. 1 Sam. 23:19. 
Hermon. Jos. 13: 11. 
Hor. Num. 20:22. Num. 34: 7,8. 
Horcb. Eso. 3: 1. 
Lebanon. Deu. 3:25. 
Mizar. Psa. 42:6. 
Moreh. Jud. 7: 1. 
Moriah. Gen. 22 : 2. 2 Chr. 3 : 1. 
Nebo, (partof Abarim). Num.32: 

3. Deu. 34:1. 
Olives or mount of corruption. 1 

Kin. 11: 7, with 2 Kin. 23: 13. 

Luke 21: 37. 
Pisgah, (part of Abarim). Num. 

21:20. Deu. 34:1. 
Seir. Gen. 14:6. Gen. 36:8. 
Sinai. Exo. 19:2, 18, 20, 23. Exo. 

31 : 18. 
Sion. 2 Sam. 5: 7. 
Tabor. Jud. 4: 6, 12, 14. 
A defence to a country. Psa. 125:2. 
Afford refuge in time of danger. Gen. 
14 : 10. Jud. 6 : 2. Mat. 24 : 16. Heb. 
.11:38. , 
Afforded pasturage. Exo. 3: 1. 1 
Sam. 25:7. 1 Kin. 22: 17. Psa. 
147:8. Amos 4:1. 
Abounded with 
Herbs. Pro. 27: 25. 
Minerals. Deu. 8:9. 
Precious things. Deu. 33: 15. 
Stone for building. 1 Kin. 5 : 14, 17. 

Dan. 2: 45. 
Forests. 2 Kin. 19:23. 2 Chr. 2:2, 

8—10. 
Vineyards. 2 Chr. 26: 10. Jer. 31 : 5. 
Spices. So. of Sol. 4 : 6. So. of Sol. 

8:14. 



Deer. 1 Chr. 12 : 8. So. of Sol. 2 : 8. 

Game. 1 Sam. 26:20. 

Wild beasts. So. of Sol. 4: 8. Hab. 

2:17. 
Often inhabited. Gen. 36: 8. Jos. 

11:21. 
Sometimes selected as places for 
divine worship. Gen. 22:2,5. Exo. 
3:12. Isa. 2:2. 
Often selected as places for idol- 
atrous worship. Deu. 12: 2. 2 Chr. 
21 : 11. 
Proclamations often made from. Isa. 

40:9. 
Beacons or ensigns often raised 

upon. Isa. 13:2. Isa. 30: 17. 
Illustrative 
Of difficulties. Isa. 40: 4. Zee. 4: 

7. Mat. 17 : 20. 
Of persons in authority. Psa. 72: 

3. Isa. 44:23. 
Of the church of God. Isa. 2: 2. 

Dan. 2: 35, 44,45. 
Of God's righteousness. Psa. 36 : 6. 
Of proud and haughty persons. 

Isa, 2:14. 
(Burning,) of destructive ene'nries. 

Jer. 51 : 25. Rev. 8 : 8. 
(Breaking forth into singing,) of 

exceeding joy. Isa. 44 : 23. Isa. 

55 : 12. 
(Threshing of,) of heavy judgments. 

Isa. 41 : 1.5. 
(Made waste.) of desolation. Isa. 

42:15. Mai. 1:3. 
(Dropping new wine,) of abund- 
ance. Amos 9: 13. 

Mule, The. 
First mention of. Gen. 36:24. 
Stupid and intractable. Psa. 32:9. 
Used foe 
Biding, by persons of distinction. 
2 Sam. 13: 29. 2 Sam. 18: 9. 1 
Kin. 1 : 33. 
Carrying burdens. 2 Kin. 5: 17. 

IChr. 12:40. 
Conveying posts and messengers. 
Est. 8 : 10, 14. 
Liable to the plague. Zee. 14: 15. 
Food of. 1 Kin. 4 : 28. (marg.) 1 Kin. 

18:5. 
The Jews 
Forbidden to breed. Lev. 19:19. 
Set a great value upon. 1 Kin. 18: 

5. 
Brought many, from Babylon. Ezr. 

2: 66. 
Shall use, at the restoration. Isa. 
66 : 20. 
Of Togarmah, sold in fairs of Tyre. 

Eze. 27: 14. 
Often given as tribute. 1 Kin. 10: 25. 

Murder. 

Forbidden by Mosaic law. Exo. 20,; 
13. Deu. 5: 17. 



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Why forbidden by God. Gen. 9: 6. 
The law made to restrain. 1 Tim. 

1:9. 
Described as killing 
With premeditation. Exo. 21: 14. 
From hatred. Num. 35: 20, 21. 

Deu. 19: 11. 
By lying in wait. Num. 3o: 20. 

Deu. 19:11. 
By an instrument of iron. Num. 

35 : 16. 
By the blow of a stone. Num.35: 

17. 
By a hand weapon of wood. Num. 
35 : 18. 
Killing a thief in the day, counted 

as. Exo. 22: 3. 
Early introduction of. Gen. 4:8. 
Represented as a sin crying unto 
heaven. Gen. 4: 10, with Heb. 12: 
24. Rev. 6: 10. 
The Jews often guilty of. Isa. 1: 21. 
Persons guilty op% 
Fearful and cowardly. Gen. 4: 14. 
Wanderers and vagabonds. Gen. 

4: 14. 
Flee from God's presence. Gen. 

4: 16. 
Not protected in refuge cities. Deu. 

19:11, 12. 
Had no protection from altars. 

Exo. 21 : 14. 
Not to be pitied or spared. Deu. 
19: 13. 
Dften committed by night. Neh. 6: 

10. Job 24: 14. 
fmputed to th(! nearest city when 
the murderer was unknown. Deu. 
21 : 1-3. 
Mode of clearing those suspected of. 

Deu. 21 : 3-9. Sec Mat. 27 : 24. 
To be proved by two witnesses at 
least. Num. 35: 30. Deu. 19: 11, 15. 
Punishment for, 
The curse of God. Gen. 4 : 11. 
Death. Gen. 9: 5, 6. Exo. 21: 12. 

Num. 35:16. 
Not to be commuted. Num. 35:. 32. 
Inflicted by the nearest of kin. 
Num. .35:19,21. 
Forbidden. Gen. 9: 6. Exo. 20: 13. 

Deu.- 5: 17, with Rom. 13: 9. 
Explained by Christ. Mat. 5: 21, 22. 
Haired is. I .Jno. 3: 15. 
Is a work of the flesh. Gal. 5:21. 
Comes from the heart. Mat. 15 ; 19. 
Defiles the 
Hands. Isa. 59: 3. 
Person and garments. Lam. 4: 

13, 14. 
Laud. Num. 35: 33. Psa. 106: 38. 
Not concealed from God, Isa. 26:21. 

Jcr. 2:34. 
Cries for vengeance. Gen. 4: 10. 

GfOD 

Abominates. Pro. 6:16, 17. 
Makes inquisition for, Psa. 9 : 12. 



Will avenge. Deu. 32 : 43. 1 Kin. 
21 : 19. Hos. 1 : 4. 

Requires blood f(jr. Gen, 9: 5. 
Num.35: 33. 1 Kin. 2:32. 

Rejects the prayers of those guilty 
of. Isa. 1: 15. Isa. 59:2,3. 

Curses those guilty of. Gen. 4: 11. 
The law made to restrain. 1 Tim. 

1:9. 
Saints 

Specially warned against. 1 Pet. 
4 : 15. 

Deprecate the guilt of. Psa. 51 : 14. 

Should warn others against. Gen. 
37:22. Jer. 26:15. 
Connected with idolatry. Eze. 22: 3, 

4.2 Kin. 3:27. 
The wicked 

Filled with. Rom. 1 : 29. 

Devise. Gen, 27:41. Gen. 37:18. 

Intent on. Jer. 22:17. 

Lie in wait to commit. Psa. 10: 
8-10. 

Swift to commit. Pro. 1 : 16. Rom. 
3: 15. 

Perpetrate. Job 24: 14. Eze. 22:3. 

Have hands full of. Isa. 1 ■< 15. 

Encourage others to commit. 1 
Kin. 21: 8-10. Pro. 1:11. 
Characteristic of the devil. Jno. 8: 

44. 
Punishment of. Gen. 4:12— 15. Gen. 

9 : 6. Num. 35 : 30. 2 Kin. 9 : 36, 37. 

Jer. 19:4-9. 
Pvinishment of, not commuted under 

the Law. Num. 35: 31. 
Of saints, specially avenged. Deu. 

32:43. Mat. 23: 35. Rev. 18: 20, 24. 
Excludes from heaven. Gal. 5: 21. 

Rev. 22 : 15. 
Exemplified. Cain, Gen. 4 : 8. Esau, 

Gen. 27: 41. Joseph's brethren. Gen. 

37:20. P/iarao7i,Exo. 1: 22. Abim- 

elech, Jud. 9:5. Men of Shei-hem, 

Jud. 9: 24. Amalekilc, 2 Sam. 1 : 16. 

Rechab, (&c. 2 Sam. 4: 5—7. David, 

2 Sam. 12: 9. Absalom, 2 Sam. 13: 

29. Joab,l Kin. 2: 31, 32. Baasha. 

I Kin. 15: 27. Zimri, 1 Kin. 16: 

10. Jezebel. 1 Kin. 21 : 10. Elders of 

Jezreel, 1 Kin. 21: 13. Ahab. 1 

Kin. 21: 19," Jiazael, 2 Kin. 8: 12, 

15. Adrammelech, (S:c. 2 Kin. Id: 37. 

Manasseh. 2 Kin. 21: 16. Jshmail, 

Jer. 41 : 7. Princes of Israel, Eze. 11 : 

6. People of Gilead, B.OS. 6: &. The 

Herods, Mat. 2 : 16. Mat. 14 : 10. Acts 

12: 2. Herodias and her ditvqliler. 

Mat. 14:8-11. Chief priests. Mat. 

27:1. J»f7as, Mat. 27 : 4. Barnbbas, 

Mar. 15 : 7. Jews, Acts 7 : 52. 1 The. 

2 : 15. 

Murmuring. 
Forbidden. 1 Cor. 10:10. Phi. 2:14 
Against 
God. Pro. 19: 3. 



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The sovereignty of God. Rom. 9: 
19, 20. 

The service of God. Mai. .3 : 14. 

Christ. Luke 5: 30. Luke 15: 2. 
Luke 19 : 7. Jno. 6 : 41-43, 52. 

Ministers of God. Exo. 17: 3. Num. 
16:41. 

Disciples of Christ. Mar. 7: 2. 
Luke 5: 30. Luke 6: 2. 
Unreasonableness of. Lam. 3:39. 
Tempts God. Exo. 17:2. 
Provokes God. Num. 14: 2, 11. Deu. 

9 : 8, 22. 
Saints cease from. Isa. 29 : 23, 24. 
Characteristic of the wicked. Jude 

16. 
Guilt of encouraging others in. Num. 

13: 31—33, with Num. 14: 36, 37. 
Punishment of. Num. 11:1. Num. 

14:27—29. Num. 16: 45, 46. Psa. 

106:25,26. 
Illustrated. Mat. 20: 11. Luke 15: 

29, 30. 
Exemplified. Cain, Gen. 4:13, 14. 

Moses, Exo. 5: 22, 23. Israelites, Exo. 

14 : 11. Exo. 15 : 24. Exo. 16 : 2. Exo. 

17:2,3. Num. 11:1-4. Num. 21:5. 

Aaron, &c. Num. 12 : 1, 2, 8. Korah, 

&c. Num. 16: 3. Elijah, 1 Kin. 19: 4. 

Job, Job 3:l,&c. Jeremiah, Jer. 

20:14-^18. J.»ia/i, Jon. 4: 8, 9. Dis- 
ciples, Mar. 14: 4, 5. Jno. 6: 61. 

Pharisees, Luke 15: 2. Luke 19: 7. 

Jeivs, Jno. 6 : 41 — 43. Grecians, Acts 

6:1. 

Music. 

Early invention of. Gen. 4: 21. 
Divided into, 

Vocal. 2 Sam. 19: 35. - .\cts 16: 25. 

lustrumental. Dan. 6:18. 
Designed to promote joy. Ecc. 2:8, 

10. 
Vanity of all unsanctifled. Ecc. 2: 8, 

11. 
Considered efficacious in mental dis- 
orders. 1 Sam. 16: 14—17, 23. 
Effects produced on the prophets of 

old by. ISam. 10:5, 6. 2 Kin. 3:1.5. 
Instruments of. 

Cymbals. IChr. 16:5. Psa. 1.50:5. 

Cornet. Psa. 98 : 6. Ho&. 5 : 8. 

Dulcimer. Dan. 3:5. 

Flute. Dan. 3:5. 

Harp. Psa. 137 : 2. Eze. 26 : 13. 

Organ. Gen. 4: 21. Job 21 : 12. Psa. 
1.50:4. 

Pipe. 1 Kin. 1:40. Isa. 5:12. Jer. 
48 : 36. 

Psaltery. Psa. 33:2. Psa. 71 : 22. 

Sackbut. Dan. 3:5. 

Tabret. 1 Sam. 10 : 5. Isa. 24 : 8. 

Timbrel. Exo. 15:20. Psa. 68:2.5. 

Trumpet. 2 Kin. 11:14. 2Chr. 29: 
27. 

Viol. Isa. 14 : 11. Amos 5 : 23. 

Made of fix wood. 2 Sam. 6:5. 



Made of almug wood. 1 Kin. 10: 12- 
Made of brass. 1 Cor. 13:1. 
Made of silver. Num. 10: 2. 
Made of horns of animals. Jos. 6 : 8. 
Many, with strings. Psa. 33:2. Psa. 

150:4. 
Early invention of. Gen. 4 : 21. 
Invented by David. iChr. 23:5. 2 

Chr. 7 : 6. 
The Jews celebrated for inventing. 

Amos 6: 5. 
Often expensively ornamented. 

Eze. 28 : 13. 
Great diversity of. Ecc. 2 : 8. 
Appointed to be used in the temple. 
1 Chr. 16: 4-6. 1 Chr. 23: 5, 6. 1 
Chr. 25:1. 2 Chr. 29:25. 
Custom of sending a way friends with. 

Gen. 31 : 27. 
The Jews used, 
In sacred processions. 2 Sam. 6: 4, 

5,15. IChr. 13:6— 8. 1 Chr. 15: 

27, 28. 
At laying foundation of temple. 

Ezr. 3 : 9, 10. 
At consecration of temple. 2 Chr. 

5:11-13. 
At coronation of kings. 2 Chr. 23: 

11, 13. 
At dedication of city walls. Neh. 

12 : 27, 28. 
To celebrate victories. Exo. 15: 20. 

ISam. 18:6, 7. 
In religious feasts. 2 Chr. 30: 21._ 
In private entertainments. Isa. 5: 

12. Amos 6:5. 
In dances. Mat. 11 : 17. Luke 15: 

25. 
In funeral ceremonies. Mat. 9:23. 
In commemorating great men. 2 

Chr. 35 : 25. 
Used in idol worship. Dan. 3:5. 
The movements of armies regulated 

by. Jos. 6:8. 1 Cor. 14:8. 
Generally put aside in times of af- 
fliction. Psa. 1,37: 2— 4. Dan. 6: 18. 
Illustrative 
Of joy and gladness. Zep. 3:17. 

Eph. 5 : 19. 
Of heavenly felicity. Rev. 5 : 8, 9. 
(Ceasing of,) of calamities. . Isa. 

24:8,9. Rev. 18:22. 

Naphtali, The Tribe of. 

Descended from Jacob's sixth son. 

Gen. 30:7, 8. 
Predictions respecting. Gen. 49:21. 

Deu. 33:23. 
Persons selected from, _ 

To number the people. Num. 1 : 15. 

To spy out the land. Num. 13:14. 

To divide the land. Num. 34 : 28. 
Strength of, on leaving Egypt. Num. 

1 : 42, 43. 
The rear of the fourth division of 

Israel in their journeys. Num. 10: 

25, 27. 



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Encamped uuder the standard of 

Dan north of tbo tabernacle. Num. 

•_> . 2") 29. 
Offering of, at the dedication. Num. 

7 : 78 -83. 
Families of. Num. 26: 48, 4i). 
Strength of, on entering Canaan. 

Num. 26: 50. 
On Ebal said amen to the curses. 

Deu.27:13. 
Bounds of their inheritance. Jos. 

19 : 32-39. 
Did not drive out the Canaanites, 

l)nt make tiiem tributary. Jnd. 1 : 33. 
Ch()s<Mi from Zeliuluu to go with 

Barak against Sisera. Jud. 4: 6, 10. 
Praised for aiding against Sisera. 

Jud. ri: IS. 
Joined Gideon in the pursuit and 

overthrow of the Midiauites. Jud. 

7:23. 
Some of, at David's coronation. 1 

Chr. 12:34. 
Ofiicer placed over, by David. 1 Chr. 

27 : 19. 
Otlicer placed over, by Solomon. 1 

Kin. 4:15. 
Land of, ravaged by Benhadad. 1 

Kin. 15: 20. 
Land of, purged of idols by Josiah. 

2 Chr. 34:6. 
Taken captive by Tiglath-pileser. 2 

Kin. 15 : 29. 
Specially favored by our Lord's min- 
istry. Isa. 9:1,2. Mat. 4:13— 15. 
Remarkable persons of ; Barak, Jud. 

4: 6, Hiram, 1 Kin. 7 : 14. 

Nazarites. 

Persons separated to the service of 

God. Num. 6:2. 
Different kinds of; 
From the womb. Jud. 13:5. Luke 

1 : 15. 
By a particular vow. Num. 6: 2. 
Required to be holy. Num. 6: 8. 
Esteemed pure. Lam. 4 : 7. 
Prohibited from 
Wine or strong drink. Num. 6:3. 

Luke 1 : 15. 
Grapes or any thing made from the 

vine. Num. 6: 3, 4. Jud. 13:14. 
Cutting or shaving the head. Num. 

6:5. Jud. 13:5. Jud. 16: 17. 
Defiling themselves by the dead. 
Num. 6: 6, 7. 
Raised up for the good of the nation. 

Amos 2: 11. 
Ungodly Jews tried to corrupt. Amos 

2:12. 
Defiled during vow 
To shave the head the seventh day. 

Num. 6: 9. 
To bring two turtle doves for a 

burnt offering. Num. 6: 10, 11. 
Xo recommence their vow with a 
trespass offering. Num. 6:12. 



On completion of vow 
To be brought to tabernacle door. 

Num. 6: 13. 
To offer sacrifices. Num. 6:14—17. 
To shave their heads. Num. 6:18. 

Acts IS: 18. Acts 21 : 21. 
To have the left shoulder of the 

ram of the peace ott'cring waved 

upon their hands by the priest. 

Num. 6: 19, 20, with Lev. 7: 32. 
Illustrative of 
Christ. Heb. 7 : 26. 
Saints. 2Cor.6:17. Jas. 1:27. 

Ncthinim, 

Were the servants of the Levites 

Ezr. 8 : 20. 
Probably originatec} in the appoint- 
ment of the Gibeonites. Jos. 9: 27 
The remnant of the Canaanites ap 

pointed as, by Solomon. 1 Kin. 9 

20,21, with Ezr. 2:58. 
With the priests and Levites 

Had cities to reside in. 1 Chr. 9 
2. Ezr. 2:70. 

Exempted from tribute. Ezr. 7 : 24 
Had chiefs or captains over them 

Neh. 11:21. 
A large number of, returned from the 

captivity. Ezr. 2 : 43—54. Neh. 7 

46—56, 60. 
Were zealous for the covenant. Neh. 

10 : 28, 29. 

New Birth, The. 

The corruption of human nature re- 
quires. Jno. 3 : 6. Rom. 8 : 7, 8. 
Wone can enter heaven without. Jno. 

3:3. 
Effected by 
God. Jno. 1 : 13. 1 Pet. 1 : 3. 
Christ. 1 Jno. 2 : 29. 
The Holy Ghost. Jno. 3: 6. Tit. 
3 : 5. 
Through the instrumentality of 
The word of God. Jas. 1 : 18. 1 

Pet. 1 : 23. 
The resurrection of Christ. 1 Pot: 

1: 3. 
The ministry of the gospel. 1 Cor. 
4 : 15. 
Isof the will of God. .Jas. 1 : IS. 
Is of the mercy of God. Tit. 3: 5. 
Is for the glory of God. Isa. 43: 7. 
Described as 
A new creation, 2 Cor. 5: 17. Gal. 

6:15. Eph. 2:10. 
Newness of life. Rom. 6: 4. 
A spiritual resurrection. Rom. 6: 
4-6. Eph. 2:1,5. Col. 2: 12. Col. 
3: 1. 
A new heart. Eze, 36 : 26. 
A new spirit. Eze. 11 : 19. Rom. 

7:6. 
Putting on the new man. Eph. 4: 
24. 



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Tho inward man. Rom. 7: 22. 2 

Cor. 4: 16. 
Circumcision of the heart. Deu. 
30 : 6, with Kom. 2 : 29. Col. 2 : 11. 
Partaking of the divine nature. 2 

Pet. 1:4. 
The washing of regeneration. Tit. 
3: j. 
All saints partake of. Rom. 8: 16, 17. 

1 Pet. 2:2. iJno. 5:1. 
Produces 
Likeness to God. Eph. 4:24. Col. 

3: 10. 
Likeness to Christ. Rom. 8: 29. 2 

Cor. 3:18. iJno. 3:2. 
Knowledge of God. Jer. 24 : 7. Col. 

3:10. 
Hatred of sin. IJno. 3:9. 1 Jno. 

.5? 18. 
Victory over the world. 1 Jno. 5 : 4. 
Delight in God's law. Rom. 7 : 22. 
Evidenced by 
Faith in Christ. 1 Jno. 5 : 1. 
Rigliteousness. IJno. 2:29. 
Brotherly love. 1 Jno. 4 : 7. 
Connected with adoption. Isa. 43 : 6, 

7. Jno. 1 : 12, 13. 
The ignorant cavil at. Jno. 3:4. 
Manner of effecting— Illustrated. 

Jno. 3:8. 
Preserves from Satan's devices. 1 
Jno. 5 : 18. 

Night. 

The darkness first called. Gen. 1 : 5. 
Caused by God. Psa. 104 : 20. 
Belongs to God. Psa. 74 : 1'3. 
The heavenly bodies designed to sep- 
arate day from. Gen. 1 : 14. 
The moon and stars designed to rule 

and give light by. Gen. 1 : 16—18. 

Jer. 31 : So. 
Commenced at sunset. Gen. 28:11. 
Continued until sunrise. Psa. 104: 

22. Mat.28:l, with Mar. 16:2. 
Regular scccessionof, 

Established by covenant. Gen. 8: 
22. Jer. .33 : 20. 

Ordained for tlie glory of God. Psa. 
19:2, 
Originally divided into three watch- 
es. Lam. 2: 19, with Jud. 7: 19. 

Exo. 14: 24. 
Divided into four watches by the 

Romans. Luke 12: 38, with Mat. 

14:25. Mar. 13:35. 
Frequentlv 

Exceeding dark. Pro. 7 : 9. 

Cold and frosty. Gen. 31 : 40. Jer. 
36:30. 

Accompanied by heavy dews. Num. 
11:9. Jud. 6:38, 40. Job 29: 19. 
So. of Sol. 5 : 2. 
Unsuitable for labor. Jno. 9: 4. 
Unsuitable for traveling. Jno. 11 : 10. 
Designed for rest. Psa. 104 : 23. 



Wearisome to the afiflicted. Job 7: 

3,4. 
Favorable to the purposes of the 
wicked. Gen. 31: 39. Job 24: 14, 
15. Oba. 5 V. 1 The. 5:2. 
Wild beasts go forth in search of 
prey during. 2 Sam. 21: 10. Psa. 
104:21,22. 
The Jews 
Forbidden to keep the wages of 

servants during. Lev. 19:13. 
Forbidden to allow malefactors to 

hang during. Deu. 21 : 23. 
In affliction spent, in sorrow and 

humiliation. Psa. 0:6. Psa. 30: 

5. Joel 1 : 13. 
In affliction spent, in prayer. Psa. 

22:2. 
Often kept lamps burning during. 

Pro. 31 : 18. 
Eastern shepherds watched over 
their flocks during. Gen. .31: 40. 
Luke 2: 8. 
Eastern fishermen continued their 
employment dhring. Luke 5: 5. 
Jno. 21 : 3. 
God frequently 
Revealed His will in. Gen. 31:24. 

Gen. 46 : 2. Num. 22 : 20. Dan. 7 : 2. 
Visited His people in. 1 Kin. 3:5. 

Psa. 17 : 3. 
Executed His judgments in. Exo. 

12:12. 2 Kin. 19: 35. Job 27: 20. 

Dan. 5 : 30. 
Illustrative of 
Spiritual darkness. Rom. 13: 12. 
Seasons of severe calamities. Isa. 

21:12. Amos 5: 8. 
Seasons of spiritual desertion. So. 

of Sol. 8:1. 
Death. Jno. 9:4. 

Nile, The River. 

Empties itself into the Mediter- 
ranean Sea by seven streams. Isa. 

11:15. 
Called 

The river. Gen. 41:1,3. 

The Egyptian sea. Isa. 11 : 15. 

The stream of Egypt. Isa. 27:12. 

Sihor. Jos. 13 : 3. Jer. 2 : 18. 
Abounded IN 

Crocodiles. Eze. 29:3. 

Fish. Exo. 7:21. Eze. 29:4. 

Reeds and flags. Isa. 19 : 6, 7. 
Annual overflow of its banks alluded 

to. Jer. 46: 8. .\mos 8: 8. Amos 

9:5. 
The Egyptians 

Took great pride in. Eze. 29 : 9. 

Carried on extensive commerce by. 
Isa. 23 : 3. 

Bathed in. Exo. 2:5. 

Drank of. Exo. 7:21,24. 

Punished by failure of its waters. 
Isa. 19:5, 6. 



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Punished by destruction of its fish. 
Isa. I'J: 8. 
Remarkable events connected 

WITH ; 

Male children drowned in. Exo. 1 : 

22, 
Moses exposed on its banks. Exo. 

2:3. 
Its waters turned into blood. Exo. 

7 : 15, 20. 
Miraculous generation of frogs. 

Exo. 8 : 3. 

Nineveh. 
Origin and antiquity of. Gen. 10: 11. 
Situated on the river Tigris. Nah. 

2:G, 8. 
The ancient capital of Assyria. 2 

Kin. 19 : 36. Isa. 37 : 37. 
Called the bloody city. Nah. 3:1. 
Described as 
Great. Jon. 1 : 2. Jon. 3 : 2. 
Extensive. Jon. 3:3. 
. Rich. Nah. 2:9. 
Strong. Nah. 3:12. 
Commercial. Nah. 3:16. 
Populous. Jon. 4:11. 
Vile. Nah. 1:14. 
Wicked. Jon. 1 : 2. 
Idolatrous. Nah. 1 : 14. 
Full of joy and carelessness. Zep. 

2:1.5. 
Full of lies and robbery. Nah. 3: 1. 
Full of witchcraft, &c. Nah. 3:4. 
Jonah sent to proclaim the destruc- 
tion of. Jon. 1 : 2. Jou. 3:1,2, 4. 
Inhabitants of, repented at Jonah's 
preaching. Jon. 3: 5—9. Mat. 12: 
41. Luke 11: 32. 
Destruction of, averted. Jon. 3:10. 

Jon. 4:11. 
Predictions respecting; 
Coming up of the Babylonish 
armies against. Nah. 2: 1—4. 
Nah. 3:2. 
Destruction of its people. Nah. 1 : 

12. Nah. 3:3. 
Spoiling of its treasures. Nah. 2: 

9. 
Destruction of its idols. Nah. 1 : 

14. Nah. 2:7. 
Degradation and contempt put on. 

Nah. 3:5-7. Zep. 2:15. 
Utter destruction. Nah. 1 : 8, 9. 
Complete desolation. Zep. 2: IS- 
IS. 
Feebleness of its people. Nah. 3: 

13. 
Being taken while the people were 

drunk. Nah. 1:10. Xah. 3:11. 
Captivity of its people. Nah. 3: 10. 

Oak-tree, The. 

The hill of Bashan celebrated for. 

Isa. 2:13. 
Described as 

Strong. Amos 2 : 9. 



Thick spreading. 2 Sam. 18: 9. Eze. 

6: 13. 
Casting its leaves in winter. Isa. 

6:13. 
The Tyrians made oars of . Eze. 27 : 6. 
Idolaters often made idols of. Isa. 

44:14. 
The ancients often 
Rested under. Jud. 6: 11, 19. 1 

Kin. 13:14. 
Buried their dead under. Gen. 35 : 

8. 1 Chr. 10: 12. 
Erected monuments under. Jos. 

24 : 26. 
Performed idolatrous rites under. 

Isa. 1:29. Isa. 57:5. {marg.) Eze. 

6:13. Hos. 4:13. 
Absalom in his flight intercepted by, 
and suspended from. 2 Sam. 18: 9, 
10, 14. 
Jacob buried his family idols under. 

Gen. 35:4. 
Illustrative 
Of the church. Isa. 6:13. 
Of strong and powerful men. Amos 

2:9. 
Of wicked rulers. Isa. 2:13. Zee. 

11:2. 
(Fading,) of the wicked 'ander 

judgments. Isa. 1 : 30. 

Oaths. 

The lawful purpose of, explained. 

Heb. 6:16. 
Antiquity of. Gen. 14:22. Gen. 24: 

3,8. 
Used foe 
Confirm ing covenants. Gen. 26 : 28. 
Gen. 31 : 44, 53. 1 Sam. 20: 16, 17. 
Deciding controversies in courts of 
law. Exo. 22:11. Num. 5:19. 1 
Kin. 8:31. 
Pledging allegiance to sovereigns. 

2 Kin. 11:4. Ecc. 8:2. 
Binding to performance of sacred 
duties. Num. 30: 2. 2 Chr. 15: 
14, 15. Neh. 10 : 29. Psa. 132 : 2. 
Binding to performance of any par- 
ticular act. Gen. 24: 3, 4. Gen. 
.50 : 25. Jos. 2 : 12. 
Judicial form of administering. 1 

Kin. 22:16. Mat. 26:63. . 

Often accompanied bv raising up f he 

hand. Gen. 14:12. Dai. 12:7. Rev. 

10:5,6. 

Often accompaniel by placing the 

hand under the thigh of the i^erson 

sworn to. Gen. 24 : 2, 9. Gen. 47 : 29. 

To be taken in fear and reverence. 

Ecc. 9:2. 
The Jews 
Forbidden to take, in name of idols. 

Jos. 23:7. 
Forbidden to take in the name of 
any created thing. Mat. 5:34 — 
36. Jas. 5 : 12. 



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Forbidden to take false. Lev. 6:3. 

Zee. 8:17. 
Forbiddec to take rash, or unholy- 
Lev. 5:4. 
To use God's name alone in. Deu. 

6 : 13. Deu. 10 : 20. Isa. 65 : 16. 
To take, in trutli, judgment, &c. 

Jer. 4 : 2. 
Generally respected the obligation 

of. Jos. 9: 19, 20. 2 Sam. 21: 7. 

Psa. 15 : 4. Mat. 14 : 9. 
Fell into many errors respecting. 

Mat. 2.3 : 16—22. 
Often guilty of rashly taking. Jud. 

21:7. Mat. 14:7. Mat. 26:72. 
Often guilty of falsely taking. Lev. 

6 : 3. Jer. 5 : 2. Jer. 7 : 9. 
Condemned for false. Zee. 5 : 4. 

Mai. 3 : 5. 
Condemned for profane. Jer. 23 : 

10. Hos. 4 : 2. 
Instances of rash, &c. ; 
Joshua, &c. Jos. 9 : 15, 16. 
Jephthah. Jud. 11 : 30—36. 
Saul. ISam. 14:27, 44. 
Herod. Mat. 14 : 7—9. 
The Jews who sought to kill Paul. 

Acts 23:21. 
Custom of swearing by the life of the 

king. Gen. 42 : 15, 16. 
Expressions used as ; 
By the fear of Isaac. Gen. 31 : 53. 
As the Lord liveth. Jud. 8: 19. 

Ruth 3: 13. 
The Lord do so to me, and more 

also. Ruth 1:17. 
God do so to thee, and more also. 

1 Sam. 3:17. 
By the Lord. 2 Sam. 19: 7. 1 Kin. 

2:42. 
Before God I lie not. Gal. 1 : 20. 
I call God for a record. 2 Cor. 1 : 23. 
God is witness. 1 The. 2 : 5. 
I charge you by the Lord. 1 The. 

5:27. 
As thy soul liveth. 1 Sara. 1 : 26. 1 

Sam. 25: 26. 
God used, to show the immutability 
of His counsel. Geu. 22:16. Num. 
14 : 28. Heb. 6 : 17. 

Obedience to God. 

Commanded. Deu. 13:4. 

Without faith, is impossible. Heb. 

11:6. 
Includes 
Obeying His voice. Exo. 19:5. 

Jer. 7 : 23. 
Obeying His law. Deu. 11 : 27. Isa. 

42 : 24. 
Obeying Christ. Exo 23: 21. 2 Cor. 

10:5. 
Obeying the gospel. Rom. 1 : 5. 

Rom. 6: 17. Rom. 10:16, 17. 
Keeping His commandments. Ecc, 
12 : 13. 



Submission to higher powers. Rom, 
13:1. 
Better than sacrifice. 1 Sam. 15:22. 
Justification obtained by that of 

Christ. Rom. 5 : 19. 
Christ, an example of. Mat. 3:15. 

Jno. 15 : 10. Phi. 2 : 5-8. Heb. 5 : 8. 
Angels engaged id. Psa. 103 : 20. 
A characteristic of saints. 1 Pet. 1: 

14. 
Saints elected to. 1 Pet. 1 : 2. 
Obligations to. Acts 4 : 19, 20. Acts 

5 : 29. 
Exhortations to. Jer. 26:13. Jer. 

38 : 20. 
Should be 

From the heart. Deu. 11 : 13. Rom. 
6:17. 

With willingness. Psa. 18:44. Isa. 
1 : 19. 

Unreserved. Jos. 22:2,3. 

Undeviating. Deu. 28: 14. 

Constant. Phi. 2:12. 
Resolve upon. Exo. 24 : 7. Jos. 24 : 24. 
Confess your failure in. Dan. 9: 10. 
Prepare the heart for. 1 Sam. 7: 3. 

Ezr. 7 : 10. 
Pray to be taught. Psa. 119:35. Psa. 

143:10. 
Promises to. Exo. 23:22. 1 Sam. 12: 

14. Isa. 1 : 19. Jer. 7 : 23. 
To be Universal in the latter days. 
BDan. 7:27. 

lessedness of. Deu. 11:27. Devi. 

28 : 1 - 13. Luke 11 : 28. Jas. 1 : 25. 
The wicked refuse. Exo. 5 : 2. Neh. 

9 : 17. 
Punishment of refusing. Deu. 11:28. 

Deu. 28 : 15-68. Jos. 5 : 6. Isa. 1 : 20. 
Exemplified. A'oa7i,Gen.6:22. Abiam, 

Gen. 12: 1-4, with Heb. 11 : 8. Gen. 

22: 3, 12. israe?i?es, Exo. 12: 28. Exo. 

24:7. CaJeb, ajc. Num. 32:12. Asa, 

1 Kin. 15:11. EHjfih, 1 Kin. 17:5. 

Hezekiak, 2 Kin. 18: 6. Josiah, 2 Kin. 

22:2. Daiirf, Psa. 119: 106. Zerub- 

babel, d-c. Hag, 1 : 12. Joseph, Mat. 
" 1 : 24. Wise men, Mat. 2 : 12. Zach- 

arias, d-c. Luke 1 : 6. Paul, Acts 26: 

19. Saints of Rome, Rom. 16:19. 

Offence. 

Occasions of, must arrive. Mat. 18: 7, 
Occasions of, forbidden. 1 Cor. 10: 

32. 2 Cor. 6:3. 
Persecution, a cause of, to mere pro- 
fessors. Mat. 13:21. Mat. 24:10. 
Mat. 26:31. 
The wicked take, at 
The low station of Christ. Isa. 53: 

1—3. Mat. 13:54-57. 
Christ, as the corner-stone. Isa. 8: 

14, with Rom. 9 : 33. 1 Pet. 2 : 8. 
Christ, as the bread of life. Jno. 

6:58—61. 
Christ crucified. 1 Cor. 1 : 23. Gal. 
5:11. 



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Tlie righteousness of faith. Rom. 

-.1:32. 
The uecessity of iuward purity. 

Mat. 15: II, 12. 
Blessedness of not taking, at Christ. 

Mat. 11:6. 
Saints warned against taking. Jno. 

1(5:1. 
Saints should 
Be without. Phi. 1 : 10. 
Be cautious of giving. Psa. 73:15. 

Rom. 14:13. 1 Cor. 8:9. 
Have a conscience void of. Acts 

24:16. 
Cut off wtiat causes, to themselves. 

Mat. 5 : 29, 30. Mar. 9 : 43-47. 
Not let tlieir liberty occasion, to 

others. 1 Cor. 8 : 9. 
Use self-denial rather than occa- 
sion. Rom. 14 : 21. 1 Cor. 8 : 13. 
Avoid those who cause. Rt)m.l6 : 17. 
Reprove tlaoso wlio cause. Exo. 

32:21. 1 Sam. 2: 24. 

liflNISTERS SHOULD 

Be cautious of giving. 2 Cor. 6: 3. 

Remove that wliich causes. Isa. 

57 : 14. , 

iLU things that cause, shall be gath- 
ered out of Clirist's kingdom. Mat, 
13:41. 

(Denunciation against those who 
cause. Mat. 18 : 7. Mar. 9 : 42. 

1'unishment for occasioning. Eze. 
44 : 12. Mai. 2 : 8, 9. Mat. 18 : 6, 7. 

I3xemplified. -Ik -oj!, Exo. 32: 2—6. Ba- 
laam, &c. Num. 31: 16, with Rev. 2: 
14. Gia(?o/i, Jud. 8:27. Suns of EH, 
1 Sam. 2:12—17. Jeroboam, 1 Kin. 
12:26—30. Old Prophet, 1 Kin. 13: 
18—26. Pi-jes^s, Mai. 2:8. Peter, 
Mat. 16:23. 

Offences Against the Holy Ghost. 
Exhortations against. Eph. 4:30. 1 

The. 5 : 19. 
Exhibited in 

Tempting Him. Acts 5 : 9. 

Vexing Him Isa. 63 : 10. 

Grieving Him. Eph. 4 : 30. 

Quenching Him. 1 The. 5 : 19. 

Lying to Him. Acts 5 : 3, 4. 

Resisting Him. Acts 7: 51. 

Undervaluing His gifts. Acts 8: 
19, 20. 

Danger of trifling with the Holy 
Ghost. Heb.6:4— 6. 

Doing despite unto Him. Heb. 10: 
29. 

Disregarding His testimony. Neh. 
9r30. 
il/lasphemy against Him, unpardon- 
able. Mat. 12 : 31, 32. 1 Jno. 5 : 16. 



Offerings. 



Vo be made to God alone. Exo. 22: 

20. Jud. 13: 16. 
uintiquity of. Gen. 4:3, 4. 



Different kinds of; 
Burnt. Lev. 1:3— 17. Psa. 66: l.i. 
Sin. Lev. 4: 3— 35. Lev. 6: 25. Lev. 

10:17. 
Trespass. Lev. 5:6— 19. Lev, 6:6. 

Lev. 7: 1. 
Peace. Lev. 3:1-17. Lev. 7:11. 
Heave. Exo. 29 : 27, 28. Lev. 7 : 14. 

Num. 15: 19. 
Wave. Exo. 29 : 26. Lev. 7 : 30. 
Meat. Lev. 2 ch. Num. 15:4. 
Drink. Gen. 35: 14. Exo. 29: 40, 

Num. 15: 5. 
Thank. Lev. 7: 12. Lev. 22: 29. 

Psa. 50: 14. 
Free-will. Lev. 23: 38. Deu. 16 

10. Deu. 23:23. 
Incense. Exo. 30: 8. Mai. 1: 11 

Luke 1 : 9. 
First-fruits. Exo. 22: 29. Deu. 18: 4 
Titlie. Lev. 27: 30. Num. 18: 21 

Deu. 14:22. 
Gifts. Exo. 35 : 22. Num. 7 : 2-88 
Jealousy. Num. 5:15. 
Personal, for redemption. Exo. 30 

13, 15. 
Declared to be most holy. Num. 

18: 9. 
Required to be 
Perfect. Lev. 22:21. 
The best of their kind. Mai. 1: 14. 
Olfered willingly. Lev. 22:19. 
Offered in righteousness. Mai. 3:3. 
Offered in love and charity. Mat. 

5 • 23. 24. 
Brought iu a clean vessel. Isa. 66: 

20. 
Brouglit to the place appointed of 

God. Deu. 12 : 6. Psa. 27 : 6. Heb. 

9:9. 
Laid before the altar. Mat. 5: 23, 

24. 
Presented by the priest. Heb. 5: 1. 
Brought without delay Exo. 22: 

29, 30. 
Unacceptable without gratitude. 

Psa. 50: 8,14. 
Could not make the offerer perfect. 

Heb, 9: 9. 
Things forbidden as; 
The price of fornication. Deu. 23-. 

18. 
The price of a dog. Deu. 23 : 18. 
Whatever was blemished. Lev. 22: 

20. 
Whatever was imperfect. Lev. 22: 

24. 
Whatever was unclean. Lev. 27: 

11,27. 
Laid up in the temple. 2 Chr. 31 : 12. 

Neh. 10: 37. 
Hezekiah prepared chambers for. 2 

Chr. 31: 11. 
The Jews often 
Slow in presenting. Neh. 13: 10— 

12. 
Defrauded God of. Mai. 3 : 8. 



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Gave the worst they had as. Mai. 

1 : 8, 13. 
Rejected in, because of siu. Isa. 1 : 

13. Mai. 1:10. 
Abhorred, ou account of the sins 

of the priests. 1 Sam. 2 : 17. 
Presented to idols. Eze. 20 : 28. 
Made Vjy strangers, to be the same as 

by tlio Jews. Num. 15 : 14 — 16. 
Many offences under the law, beyond 
the efficacy of. 1 Sam. 3:14. Psa. 
51 : 16. 

II.LUSTEATIVE OF 

Christ's offering of Himself. Epli. 

5:2. 
The conversion of the Gentiles. 

Rom. 15 : 16. 
The conversion of the Jews. Isa. 

66:20. 

Oil. 

Given by God. Psa. 104: 14, 15. Jer. 

31 : 12. Joel 2 : 19, 24. 
Comes from the earth. Psa. 104 : 14, 

15. Hos. 2:22. 
Kinds of, mentioned; 

Olive. Exo. 30:24. Lev. 24:2. 

Myrrh. Est. 2: 12. 
Extracted by presses. Hag. 2: 16, 

with Mic. 6:15. 
The poor employed in extracting. 

Job 24: 11. 
Canaan abounded iu. Deu. 8:8. 
Described as 

Soft. Psa. 55:21. 

Smooth. Pro. 5:3. 

Penetrating. Psa. 109:18. 

Healing. Isa. 1:6, with Luke 10: 
34. 
The ointments of the Jews made of 

perfumes mixed with. Exo. 30: 23 

—25. Jno. 12 : 3. 
Jews often extravagant in the use of. 

Pro. 21:17. 
Was titheable by the law. Deu. 12: 

17, 
First-fruits of, given to God. Deu. 

18:4. 2Chr. 31:5. Neh. 10:37. 
' Used 

For food. 1 Kin. 17: 12. Ezo. 16: 
13. 

For anointing the person. Psa. 23 : 
5. Psa. 104:15. Luke 7 : 46. 

For anointing to offices of trust. 
Exo. 29:7. 1 Sam. 10:1. IKin. 
19:16. 

For anointing the sick. Mar. 6:13. 
Jas. 5:14. 

In God's worship. Lev. 7:10. Num. 
15 : 4—10. 

In idolatrous worship. Hos. 2: 5, 8. 

For lamps. Exo. 25: 6. Exo. 27: 
20. Mat. 25 : 3. 
When fresh especially esteemed. 

Psa. 92 : 10. 
Dealing in, a trade. 2 Kin, 4 : 7. 



Exported. 1 Kin. 5 : 11. Eze. 27 : 17. 

Hos. 12:1. 
Sold by measure. 1 Kin. 5 : 11. Luke 

16:6. 
Kept in 

Boxes. 2 Kin. 9:1. 

Horns. 1 Kin. 1:39. 

Pots. 2 Kin. 4:2. 

Cruises. 1 Kin. 17:12. 

Cellars. 1 Chr. 27 : 28. 

Storehouses. 2 Chr. 32 : 28. 
Stores of, laid up iu fortified cities. 

2 Chr. 11:11. 
Failure of, a severe calamity. Hag. 

1:11. 
Miraculous increase of. 2 Kin. 4: 2 

-6. 
Illustrative of 

The unction of the Holy Spirit. Psa. 
45:7. Psa. 89:20. Zee. 4:12. 

The consolation of the gospel. Isa. 
61: 3. 

Kind reproof. Psa. 141 : 5. 

Olive-tree, The. 

Otten grew wild. Rom. 11 : 17. 
Cultivated 

In olive yards. 1 Sam. 8:14. Neh. 
5: 11. 

Among rocks. Deu. 32: 13. 

On the sides of mountains. Mat. 
21 : 1. 
Canaan abounded in. Deu. G: 11. 

Deu. 8: 8. (marg.) 
Assyria abounded in. 2 Kin. 18: 32. 
Kings of Israel largely cultivated. 1 

Chr. 27 : 28. 
Described as 

Green. Jer. 11 : 16. 

Fair and beautiful. Jer. 11: 16, 
with Hos. 14 : 6. 

Fat and unctuous. Jud. 9 : 9. Rom. 
11 : 17. 

Bearing goodly fruit. Jer. 11:16, 
with Jas. 3: 12. 
Grafting of, alluded to. Rom. 11:24. 
Pruning of, alluded to. Rom. 11 : 18, 

19. 
Often cast its flowers. Job 15 : 33. 
Often cast its fruit. Deu. 28: 40. 
Often suffered from caterpillars. 

Amos 4 : 9. 
Good for the service of God and man. 

Jud. 9:9. 
Oil procured from. Exo. 27: 20. Deu. 

8:8. 
Used foe making 

The cherubim in the temple. 1 Kin. 
6 : 23. 

The doors and Dosts of the temple. 
1 Kin. 6:31-33. 

Booths at feast of tabernacles. 
Neh. 8: 15. 
Beaten to remove the fruit. Deu. 24: 

20. 
Shaken when fully ripe. Isa. 17 : 6. 



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Gleaning of, left for tbo poor. Dev;. 

2-1:20. 
Fruitof, durinpr sabbatical year left 

for tho poor, &c. Exo. 23 : 11. 
The fruit of, trodden in presses to 
extract tho oil. Mic. 6: 15, with 
Hag. 2 : IG. 
Failure of, a great calamity. Hab, 

3:17,18. 
Illustrative 
Of Christ. Rom. 11 : 17, 24. Zee. 

4 : 3, 12. 
Of the Jewish church. Jer. 11 : 16. 
Of tho righteous. Psa. .52 : 8. Hos. 

14:6. 
Of children of pious parents, Psa. 

128 : 3. 
Of the two witnesses. Rev. 11 : 3, 4. 
(When wild,) of the Gentiles. Rom. 

11:17,24. 
(Gleaning of,) of the remnant of 

grace. Isa. 17:6. Isa. 24:13. 
Probable origin of its being the 
emblem of peace. Gen. 8:11. 

Ostrich, The. 

Unclean and unfit for food. Lev. 11 : 

13. 
Furnished with wings and feathers. 

Job 39: 13. 
Lays her eggs in the sand. Job 39: 14, 
Described as 

Void of wisdom. Job 39 : 17. 

Imprudent. Job39:15. 

Cruel to her young. Job 39: 16. 

Rapid in movement. Job 39: 18. 
Illustrative 

Of the unnatural cruelty of the 
Jews in their calamities. Lam. 
4:3. 

(Companionship with,) of extreme 
desolation. Job30:29. (marg.) 

Owl, The. 

Varieties of. Lev. 11 : 16, 17. Deu. 14 : 

15, 16. 
Unclean and not to be eaten. Lev, 

11:13, with 16 v. 
Described as 

Mournful in voice. Mic. 1 : 8. 

Solitary in disposition. Psa. 102:6. 

Careful of its young. Isa. 34:15. 
Inhabits deserted cities and houses. 

Isa. 13:21. Isa. 34: 11— 14. Jer. 50: 39. 
Illustrative of mourners. Psa. 102 : 6. 

Ox, The. 

Often found wild. Deu. 14 : 5. 
Includes the 

Bull. Gen. 32:15. Job 21 : 10. 

Bullock. Psa. 50:9. Jer. 46:21. 

Cow. Num. 18: 17. Job 21 : 10. 

Heifer. Gen. 15: 9. Num. 19: 2. 
Was clean and fit for food. Deu. 14 : 4. 
Described as 

Strong Psa. 144: 14. Pro. 14: 4. 



Beautiful. Jer. 46: 20. Hos. 10: 11. 
Not without sagacity. Isa. 1 : 3. 
Horns and hoofs of, alluded to. Psa. 

69:31. 
Lowing of, alluded to. I Sam. 15:14. 

Job 6 : 5. 
Was p-ED 
With grass. Job 40: 1.5. Psa. 106- 

20. Dan. 4 : 25. 
With corn. Isa. 30:24. 
With straw. Isa. 11 : % 
On tho hills. Isa. 7 : 2o. 
In the valleys. 1 Chr. 27 : 29. Isa. 65 

10. 
Installs. Hab. 3:17. 
Rapid manner of collecting its food 

alluded to. Num. 22:4. 
Formed a part of the patriarchal 
wealth. Gen. 13:2, 5. Gen. 26:14, 
Job 1 : 3. 
Formed a part of the wealth of Israel 
in Egvpt. Gen. 50:8. Exo. 10:9. 
Exo. 12 : 32. 
Formed a part of the wealth of the 

Jews. Num. 32:4. Psa. 144:14. 
Required great care and attention. 

Pro. 27 : 23. 
Herdmen appointed over. Gen. 13: 7. 

ISam. 21:7. 
Urged on by the goad. Jud. 3 : 31. 
Used for 
Drawing wagons, &c. Num. 7:3. 

lSam.6: 7. 
Carrying burdens. 1 Chr. 12 : 40. 
Plowing. 1 Kin. 19: 19. Job 1 : 14. 

Amos 6: 12. 
Earing the ground. Isa. 30: 24. Isa. 

32: 20. 

Treading out the corn. Hos. 10:11. 

Sacrifice. Exo. 20: 24. 2 Sam. 24: 22. 

Food. 1 Kin. 1:9. 1 Kin. 19: 21. 2 

Chr. 18: 2. 

Often stall-fed for slaughter. Pro. 

15 : 17. 
Goes to the slaughter unconscious. 

Pro. 7 : 22. 
Young of, considered a great delicacy. 

Gen. 18:7. Amos 6: 4. 
Male firstlings of, belonged to God. 

Exo. 34 : 19. 
Tithe of, given to the priests. 2 Chr. 

31 : 6. 
Laws respecting; 
To rest on the Sabbath. Exo. 23: 

12. Deu. 5: 14. 
Not to be yoked with an ass in the 

same plow. Deu. 22:10. 
Not to be muzzled when treading 
out the corn. Deu. 25 : 4. 1 Cor. 
9:9. 
If stolen to be restored double. 

Exo. 22 : 4. 
Of others not to be coveted, Exo. 

20: 17. Deu. 5:21. 
Of others if lost or hurt through 
neglect, to be made good. Exo. 
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Killing a man, to be stoned. Exo. 
21:28—32. 

Mode of reparation for one, killing 
another. Exo. 21 : 35, 36. 

Straying to be brought back to its 
owner. Exo. 23 : 4. Deu. 22 : 1, 2. 

Fallen under its burden to be 
raised up again. Deu. 22:4. 

Fat of, not to be eaten. Lev. 7 : 23. 
Increase of, promised. Deu. 7: 13. 

Deu. 28:4. 
Publicly sold. 2 Sam.24 : 24.Luke 14 : 19. 
Often given as a present. Gen. 12: 

16. Gen. 20:14. 
The wicked often took, in pledge 

from the poor. Job 24 : 3. 
Custom of sending the pieces of, to 

collect the people to war. 1 Sam. 

11:7. 
Sea of brass rested on figures of. 1 

Kin. 7:25. 
Illustrative 

(Engaged in husbandry,) of Minis- 
ters. Isa. 30:24. Isa.32:20. 

(Not muzzled in treading corn,) of 
Minister's right to support. 1 Cor. 
9:9,10. 

(Prepared for a feast.) of the pro- 
vision of the gospel. Pro. 9:2. 
Mat. 22:4. 

(Led to slaughter,) of a rash youth. 
Pro. 7 : 22. 

(Led to slaughter,) of saints under 
persecution. Jer. 11 : 19. 

(Stall fed,) of sumptuous living. 
Pro. 1.5: 17. 
Bull or Bullock illustrative 

Of fierce enemies. Psa. 22: 12. Psa, 
68:30. 

(Firstling of,) of the glory of Jo- 
seph. Deu. 33: 17. 

(In a net,) of the impatient under 
judgment. Isa. 51:20. 

(Fatted,) of greedy mercenaries. 
Jer. 46:21. 

(Unaccut-tomed to the yoke,) of in- 
tractable sinners. Jer. 31 : 18. 

KiNE ILLUSTRATIVE 

Of proud and wealthy rulers. Amos 
4:1. 

(well favored,! of years of plenty. 
Gen. 41 : 2, 26, 29. 

(Lean,) of years of scarcity. Gen. 
41 : 3, 27. 30. 
Heifer illustrative 

Of a beloved wife. Jud. 14:18. 

(Sliding back,) of backsliding Is- 
rael. Hos. 4:16. 

(Taught, &c.) of Israel's fondness 
for ease in preference to obedi- 
ence. Hos. 10: 11. 

(Of three years old,) of Moab in 
aflaiction. Isa. 15:5. Jer. 48:34. 

(Fair,) of the beauty and wealth of 
Egypt. Jer. 46:20. 

(At grass,) of the luxurious Chal- 
dees. Jer. 50: 11, 



Palaces. 

Jerusalem celebrated for. Psa. 48 : 3, 

13. 
The term applied to 
Eesidences of kings. Dan. 4: 4, 

Dan. 6: 18. 
Houses of great men. Amos 3: 9. 

Mic. 5: 5. 
The temple of God. 1 Chr. 29: 1, 19, 
The house of the high priest. Mat. 

26 : 58. 
Described as 
High. Psa. 78: 69. 
Polished. Psa. 144 : 12. 
Pleasant. Isa. 13:22. 
Of kings 
Called the king's house. 2 Kin. 25: 

9. 2 Chr. 7:11. 
Called the house of the kingdom, 

2 Chr. 2:1,12. 
Called the king's palace. Est. 1 : 5. 
Called the royal house. Est. 1 : 9. 
Splendidly furnished. Est. 1 : 6, 
Surrounded with gardens. Est. 1 :5, 
Surrounded with terraces. 2 Chr. 

9:11. 
Under governors. 1 Kin. 4: 6. Neh. 

7:2, 
Often attended by eunuchs as serv- 
ants, 2 Kin, 20: 18. Dan. 1: 

3,4, 
'Were strictly guarded. 2 Kin. 11 : 5. 
Afforded support to all the King's 

retainers. Ezr. 4 : 14. Dan. 1:5. 
Royal decrees issued from. Est, 3: 

15, Est, 8:14. 
Royal decrees laid up in. Ezr. 6 : 2. 
Contained treasures of the king. 1 

Kin. 15:18. 2 Chr, 12:9. 2 Chr, 

25 : 24. 
Gorgeous apparel suited to, alone, 

Luke 7 : 25, 
Were entered by gates, Neh. 2 : 8. 
Often the storehouses of rapine. 

Amos 3: 10. 
Often as a punishment 
Spoiled. Amos 3: 11. 
Forsaken. Isa. 32: 14. 
Desolate. Psa. 69:25. (mary.) Eze. 

19:7. 
Scenes of bloodshed. Jer. 9 : 21. 
Burned with fire. 2 Chr. 36: 19. 

Jer. 17:27. 
Overgrown witl thorns, &c. Isa, 

34 : 13. 
The habitation of dragons, &c. Isa. 

13:22. 
The spider makes its way even into. 

Pro. 30:28. 
Illustrative of 
The splendor of the church. So. of 

Sol. 8:9. 
The godly children of saints. Psa. 

144:12. 
The place of Satan's dominion. 

Luke 11 : 21. 



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Palin-tree» The. 

First mention of, in Scripture. Exo. 

.",5:27. 
Jericho celebrated for. Deu. 34: 3. 

.fud. 1:16. 
Described as 

Tall. So. of Sol. 7:7. 

Upright. Jer. 10:5. 

Flourishing. Psa. 92:12. 

Fruitful to a great age. Psa. 92 : 
14. 
The fruit of, called dates. 2 Chr. 31 : 

5. (marg.) 
Requires a moist and fertile soil. 

Exo. 15 : 27. 
Tents often pitched under the shade 

of. Jud. 4 : 5. 
The branches of, were 

The emblem of victory. Rev. 7 : 9. 

Carried at feast of tabernacles. 
Lev. 23 : 40. 

Used for constructing booths, Neh, 
8:15. 

Spread before Christ. Jno. 12: 13. 
Blasted as a punishment. Joel 1 : 12. 
Represented in carved work on the 

walls and doors of the temple of 

Solomon. 1 Kin. 6: 29, 32, 35. 2 

Clir. 3: 5. 
Illustrative of 

The cliurch. So. of Sol. 7:7, 8. 

The righteous. Psa. 92 : 12. 

The upright appearance of idols. 
Jer, 10:5. 

Parables. 

Remaekable parables of the old 
testament. 
Judges 9: 8— 15. 
2Sam.l2:l-4. 
2 Sam. 14: 5-7. 
Parables of Christ. 
Wise and foolish builders. Mat. 7: 

24-27, 
Children of the bride-chamber. 

Mat. 9:15. 
New cloth and old garment. Mat. 

9:16. 
New wine and old bottles. Mat. 9: 

17. 
Unclean spirit. Mat. 12:43. 
Sower. Mat. 13:3, 18. Luke 8:5, 

11. 
Tares. Mat. 13: 24— 30, 36— 43. 
Mustard-seed. Mat. 13: 31, 32. 

Luke 13: 19. 
Leaven. Mat. 13:33. 
Treasure bid in a field. Mat. 13: 

44. 
Pearl of great price. Mat. 13: 45, 

46. 
Net cast into the .sea. Mat. 13 : 47 

-50. 
Meats defiling not. Mat. 15: 10— 

15. 



Unmerciful servant. Mat. 18: 23— 

35. 
Laborers hired. Mat. 20:1— 16. 
Two sons. Mat. 21 : 28—32. 
Wicked husbandmen. Mat. 21: 33 

—4". 
Marriage-feast. Mat. 22 : 2—14. 
Fig-tree leafing. Mat. 24: 32—34. 
Man of the house watching. Mat. 

24 : 43. 
Faithful, and evil servants. Mat. 

24:45-.51. 
Ten virgins. Mat. 25:1— 13. 
Talents. Mat. 25 : 14-30. 
Kingdom, divided against itself. 

Mar. 3 : 24. 
House, divided against itself. Mar. 

3^,25. 
Strong man armed. Mar. 3: 27. 

Luke 11: 21. 
Seed growing secretly. Mar. 4 : 26 

—29. 
Lighted candle. Mar. 4:21. Luke 

11 : 33-36. 
Man taking a far journey. Mar. 

13:34-37. 
Blind leading the blind. Luke 6: 

39. 
Beam and mote. Luke 6: 41, 42. 
Tree and its fruit. Luke 6: 43—45. 
Creditor and debtors. Luke 7 : 41 

-47. 
Good Samaritan. Luke 10 : 30— 37. 
Importunate friend. Luke 11 : 5 

—9. 
Rich fool. Luke 12 : 16-21. 
Cloud and wind. Luke 12 : 54—57, 
Barren fig-tree. Luke 13: 6—9. 
Men bidden to a feast. Luke 14 : 7 

—11. 
Builder of a tower. Luke 14 : 28— 

30, 33. 
King going to war. Luke 14: 31—33. 
Savor of salt. Luke 14 : 34, 35. 
Lost sheep. Luke 15: 3—7. 
Lost piece of silver. Luke 15 : 8—10. 
Prodigal son. Luke 15 : 11-32. 
Unjust steward. Luke 16:1 — 8. 
Rich man and Lazarus. Luke 16: 

19-31. 
Importunate widow. Luke 18 : 1—8. 
Pharisee and Publican. Luke 18: 

9-14. 
Pounds. Luke 19:12—27. 
Good Shepherd. Jno. 10 : 1-6. 
Vine and branches. Jno. 15:1 — 5. 

Pardon. 

Promised. Isa. 1 : 18. Jer. 31 : 34, with 

Heb. 8:12. Jer. 50:20. 
None without shedding of blood. 

Lev. 17:11, with Heb. 9:22. 
Legal sacrifices, ineffectual for. Heb. 

10:4. 
Outward purifications, ineffectual 

for. Job 9: 30, 31. Jer. 2:22. 



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The blood of Christ, alone, is effica- 
cious for. Zee. 13 : 1, with 1 Jno. 1 : 7. 

Is GRANTED 

By God alone. Dan. 9 : 9. Mar. 2 : 7. 
By Christ. Mar. 2:5. Lulie 7 : 48. 
Through Christ. Luke 1: C9, 77. 

Acts 5:31. Acts 13:38. 
Through the blood of Christ. Mat. 

26 : 28. Rom . 3 : 25. Col. 1 : 14. 
For the name's sake of Christ. 1 

Jno. 2:12. 
According to the riches of grace. 

Eph. 1 : 7. 
On the exaltation of Christ. Acts 

5 : .31. 
Freelv. Isa. 43:25. 
Readily. Neh. 9:17. Psa. 86 : .5. 
Abundantly. Isa. 55 : 7. Rom. 5 : 20. 
To those who confess their sins. 2 

Sam. 12 : 13. Psa. 32 : 5. iJno. 1 : 9. 
To those who repent. Acts 2: 38. 
To those who believe. Acts 10:43. 
Should be preached in the name of 

Christ. Luke 24: 47. 
Exhibits the 
Compassion of God. Mic. 7: 18, 19. 
Grace of God. Rom. 5 : 15, 16. 
Mercy of God. Exo. 34 : 7. Psa. 51 : 1. 
Goodness of God. 2 Chr.30:18. Psa. 

86:5. 
Forbearance of God. Rom. 3 : 25. 
Loving-kindness of God. Psa. 51: 1. 
Justice of God. 1 Jno. 1 : 9. 
Faithfulness of God. 1 Jno. 1 : 9. 
Expressed by 
Forgiving transgression. Psa. 32: 1. 
Removing transgression.Psa.103: 12. 
Blotting out transgression. Isa. 44: 

22. 
Covering sin. Psa. 32 : 1. 
Blotting out sin. Acts 3 : 19. 
Casting sins intotlie sea. Mic. 7: 19. 
Not imputing sin. Koni. 4:8. 
Not mentioning transgression. Eze. 

18 : 22. 
Remembering sins no more. Heb. 

10:17. 
All saints enjoy. Col. 2: 13. 1 Jno. 2: 

12. 
Blessedness of. Psa. 32 : 1, with Rom. 

4:7. 
Should lead to 
Returning to God. Isa. 44 : 22. 
Loving God. Luke 7 : 47. 
Fearing God. Psa. 130 : 4. 
Praising God. Psa. 103 : 2, 3. 
Ministers are appointed to proclaim, 

Isa. 40:1,2. 2 Cor. 5:19. 
Pray foe, 
For yourselves. Psa. 25 : 11, 18. 

Psa. 51 : 1. Mat. 6 : 12. Luke 11 : 4. 

For others. Jas. 5:15. 1 Jno. 5:16. 

Encouragement to pray for. 2 Chr. 

7:14. 
Withheld from 
The unforgiving. Mar. 11 : 26. Luke 

6:37. 



The unbelieving. Jno. 8:21, 24. 
Tlie impenitent. Luke 13: 2— 5. 
Blasphemers against the Holy 
Ghost. Mat. 12 : 32. Mar. 3 : 28, 29. 
Apostates. Heb. 10 : 26, 27. 1 Jno. 
5 : 16. 

Illustrated. Luke 7:42. Luke 15: 
20—24. 

Exemplified. Israelites, 'Sum. 14:20. 
David, 2 Sam. 12:13. 3Ianassch, 2 
Chr. 33:13. Hezekiah, Isa. 38:17. 
The Pai-alytic, Mat. 9:2. The Peni- 
tent, Luke 7 : 47. 

Parents. 

Receive their children from God. 
Gen.33:5. 1 Sam. 1 : 27. Psa. 127:3, 
Their duty to theik children is 
To love them. Tit. 2 : 4. 
To bring them to Christ. Mat. 19: 

13, 14. 
To train them up for God. Pro. 22: 

6. Eph. 6:4. 
To instruct them in God's word. 

Deu. 4 : 9. Deu. 11 : 19. Isa. 38 : 19. 
To tell them of God's judgments. 

Joel 1 : 3. 
To tell them of the miraculous 

works of God. Exo. 10:2. Psa. 

78:4. 
To command them to obey God. 

Deu. 32: 46. 1 Chr. 28:9. 
To bless them. Gen. 48:15. Heb. 

11 : 20. 
To pity them. Psa. 103:13. 
To provide for them. Job 42:15. 

2 Cor. 12:14. ITim. 5:8. 
To rule them. 1 Tim. 3:4, 12. 
To correct them. Pro. 13 : 24. Pro. 

19:18. Pro. 23:13. Pro. 29:17, 

Heb. 12:7. 
Not to provoke them. Eph. 6:4. 

Col. 3: 21. 
Not tomafie unholy connections for 

them. Gen. 24 : 1—4. Gen. 28: 1, 2. 
Wicked children, a cause of grief to. 

Pro. 10:1. Pro. 17:25. 
Should pray for their children. 
For their spiritual welfare. Gen. 

17:18. IChr. 29:19. 
When in temptation. Job 1 : 5. 
When in sickness. 2 Sam. 12: 16. 

Mar. 5:23. Jno. 4:46, 49. 
W'hen faithful. 
Are blessed by their children. Pro. 

31 : 28. 
Leave a blessing to their children. 

Psa. 112: 2. Pro. 11 : 21. Isa. 65: 

23. 
Sins of, visited on their children. 
Exo. 20: 5. Isa. 14:20. Lam. 5: 7. 
Negligence of, sorely punished. 1 

,Sam.3:13. 
When wicked, 
Instruct their children in evil. Jer, 

9:14. 1 Pet. 1:18. 



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Set a bad example to their chil- 
dren. Eze. 20 : 18. Amos 2 : 4. 

Good—Exemplified. Abraham, Gen. 
18:19. Jacob, Gen. 44: 20, 30. Joseph, 
Gen. 48: 13—20. Mother of Moses, 
Exo. 2:2, 3. Manoah, Jud. 13:8. 
H(i}}nah, 1 Sam. 1 : 28. David, 2 Sam. 
18: 5, 33. Shunammite, 2 Kin. 4 : 19, 
20. Job, Job 1: 5. Mother of Lemuel, 
Pro. 31 : 1. Nobleman, Jno. 4 : 49. 
ioi's and Eunice, 2 Tim. 1 : 5. 

Bad— Exemplified. Mother of Micah, 
Jud. 17 : 3. Eli, 1 Sam. 3 : 13. Saul, 
1 Sam. 20 : 33. Athaliah, 2 Chr. 22 : 3. 
Manasseh, 2 Chr. 33:6. Herodias, 
Mar. 6:24. 

Paschal Lamb, Typical Nature of. 

A type of Christ. Exo. 12 : 3. 1 Cor. 

5:7, 
A male of the first year. Exo. 12: 5. 

Isa. 9 : 6. 
Without blemish. Exo. 12 : 5. 1 Pet. 

1:19. 
Taken out of the flock. Exo. 12: 5. 

Heb. 2:14,17. 
Chosen before-hand. Exo. 12:3. 1 

Pet. 2:4. 
Shut up four days that it might be 

closely examined. Exo. 12:6. Jno. 

8:46. Jno. 18:38. 
Killed by the people. Exo. 12: 6. Acts 

2:23. 
Killed at the ijlace where the Lord 

put His name. Deu. 16: 2, 5— 7. 2 

Chr. 35:1. Luke 13: 33. 
Killed in the evening. Exo. 12:6. 

Blar. 15:34, 37. 
Its blood to be shed. Exo. 12:7. 

Luke 22: 20. 
Blood of, sprinkled on lintel and 
» door-posts. Exo. 12:22. Heb. 9: 

13,14. Heb. 10:22. 1 Pet. 1 : 2. 
Blood of, not sprinkled on thresh- 

hold. Exo. 12 : 7. Heb. 10 : 29. 
Not a bone of, broken. Exo. 12 : 46. 

Jno. 19 : 36. 
Not eaten raw. Exo. 12 : 9. 1 Cor. 

11 : 28, 29. 
Roasted with fire. Exo. 12:8. Psa. 

22:14,15. 
Eaten with bitter herbs. Exo. 12 : 8. 

Zee. 12 : 10. 
Eaten with unleavened bread. Exo. 

12 : 39. 1 Cor. 5:7,8. See 2 Cor. 1 : 12. 
Eaten in haste. Exo. 12:11. Heb. 

6:18. 
Eaten with the loins girt. Exo. 12: 

11. Luke 12: 35. Epb.6:14. 1 Pet. 

1:13. 
Eaten with staff in hand. Exo. 12: 

11. Psa. 23:4. 
Eaten with shoes on. Exo, 12:11. 

Epli.6:15. 
Not taken out of the house. Exo. 12 : 

46. Eph. 3:17. 



What remained of it till morning to 
be burned. Exo. 12 : 10. Mat. 7 : 6. 
Luke 11 : 3. 

Patience. 

God, is the God of. Rom. 15 : 5. 

Christ, an example of. Isa. 53:7, 
with Acts 8 : 32. Mat. 27 : 14. 

Enjoined. Tit. 2:2. 2 Pet. L: 6. 

Should have its perfect work. Jas. 
1:4. 

Trials of saints lead to. Rom. 5: 3. 
Jas. 1 : 3. 

Produces 
Experience. Rom. 5 : 4. 
Hope. Rom. 15 : 4. 

Suffering with, for well-doing, is ac- 
ceptable with God. 1 Pet. 2 : 20. 

To BE EXERCISED IN 

Running the race set before us. 
Heb. 12:1. 

Bringing forth fruits. Luke 8:15. 

Well-doing. Rom. 2:7. Gal. 6:9. 

Waiting for God. Psa. 37 : 7. Psa. 
40:1. 

Waiting for Christ. 1 Cor. 1: 7. 2 
The. 3 : 5. 

Waiting for the hope of the gospel. 
Rom. 8 : 25. Gal. 5 : 5. 

Waiting for God's salvation. Lam. 
3:26. 

Bearing the yoke. Lam. 3 : 27. 

Tribulation. Luke 21:19. Rom. 
12:12. 
Necessary to the inheritance of the 

promises. Heb. 6:12. Heb, 10:36. 
Exercise, towards all. 1 The. 5: 14. 
They who are in authority, should 

exercise. Mat. 18 : 26. Acts 26 : .S. 
Ministers should follow after. 1 Tim. 

6:11. 
Ministers approved by. 2 Cor. 6: 4, 
Should be accompanied by 

Godliness. 2 Pet. 1 : 6. 

Faith. 2 The. 1:4. Heb. 6:12. 
Rev. 13:10. 

Temperance. 2 Pet. 1 : 6. 

Long-suffering. Col. 1 : 11, 

Joyfulness, Col. 1 : 11. 
Saints strengthened unto all. Col. 1 : 

11. 
Commended. Ecc. 7:8. Rev. 2:2, 3. 
Illustrated. Jas. 5:7. 
Exemplified. Job, .Job 1 : 21. Jas, 5: 

11, Simeon, Luke 2:25. Paul, 2 

Tim. 3:10. Abraham, Heb. 6:15. 

Prophets, Jas. 5 : 10. John, Rev. 1 : 9. 

Patriarchal Government. 

Vested in the heads of families. Gen. 

18:19. 
Exercised in 
Training, &c. their servants for 

war. Gen. 14 : 14, 
Vindicating their wrongs. Gen, 
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Forming treaties and alliances. 

Gen. 14: 13. Gen. 21 : 22-32. Gen. 

26:28-33. 
Acting as priests. Gen. 8:20. Gen. 

12: 7,8. Gen. 35:1-7. Job 1 : 5. 
Acting as judges. Geu. 38:24. 
Arbitrarily disinheriting and put- 
ting away servants and children. 

Gen. 21 : 14. 1 Chr. 5:1. 
Blessing and cursing their children. 

Gen. 9: 25, 26. Gen. 27: 28, 29. 

Geu. 49ch. 
The authority of heads of families 

for, acknowledged. Gen. 23: 6. 

Peace. 

God is the author of. Psa. 147 : 14. 

Isa. 45:7. 1 Cor. 14: 33. 
Results from 

Heavenly wisdom. Jas. 3:17. 

The government of Christ. Isa. 2 : 
4. 

Praying for rulers. 1 Tim. 2:2. 

Seeking the peace of those with 
whom we dwell. Jer. 29 : 7. 
Necessary to the enjoyment of life. 

Psa. 34: 12, 14, with 1 Pet. 3: 10, 11. 
God bestow s upon those who 

Obey Him. Lev. 26: 6. 

Please Him. Pro. 16: 7. 

Endure His chastisements. Job 5: 
17, 23, 24. 
Isa bond of union. Eph. 4:3. 
The fruit of righteousness should be 

sown in. Jas. 3: 18. 
The church shall enjoy. Psa. 125:5. 

Psa. 128: 6. Isa. 2: 4. Hos. 2:18. 
Saints should 

Love. Zee. 8:19. 

Seek. Psa. 34 : 14, with 1 Pet. 3 : 11. 

Follow. 2 Tim. 2: 22. 

Follow the things which make for. 
Eom. 14:19. 

Cultivate. Psa. 120: 7. 

Speak. Est. 10:3. 

Live in. 2 Cor. 13: 11. 

Have, with each other. Mar. 9: 50. 
1 The. 5:13. 

Endeavor to have with all men. 
Rom. 12:18. Heb. 12:14. 
Pray for that of the church. Psa. 

122:6-8. 
Exhort others to. Gen. 45 : 24. 
Ministers should exhort to. 2 The. 

3:12. 
Advantages of. Pro. 17 : 1. Ecc. 4 : 6. 
Blessedness of. Psa. 133 : 1. 
Blessedness of promoting. Mat. 5: 9. 
The w icked 

Hypocritically speak. Psa. 28:3. 

Speak not. Psa. 35 : 20. 

Enjoy not. Isa. 48:22. Eze. 7:25. 

Opposed to. Psa. 120: 7. 

Hate. Psa. 120:6. 
Shall abound in the latter days. Isa. 

2:4. Isa. 11: 13. Isa. 32:18. 
Exemplified. Abraham, Gen. 13 : 8, 9. 



Abimelech, Gen. 26: 29. Mordecai, 
Est. 10:3. DarW, Psa. 120:7. 

Peace-offerings. 

A male or female of herd or flock. 

Lev. 3:1,6, 12. 
The offerer required 
To give it freely. Lev. 19: 5. 
To bring it himself. Lev. 7:29, 30. 
To lay his hand upon its head. Lev. 

3:2,8,13. 
To kill it at tabernacle door. 

Lev. 3:2, 8, 13. 
Required to be perfect and free from 
blemish. Lev. 3:1, 6. Lev. 22:21. 
The priest 
Prepared. Eze. 46:2. 
Sprinkled the blood on the altar. 

Lev. 3:2, 8, 13. 
Offered the inside fat, &c. by fire. 

Lev. 3:3, 4,9, 10. 
Laid it upon the daily burnt- 
ottering to be consumed with it. 

Lev. 3: 5, with Lev. 6: 12, 13. 
Waved the breast as a wave-offer- 
ing. Exo. 29: 26,28. Lev. 7:29, 

30. 
Heaved the right shoulder as an 

heave-ott'ering. Exo. 29 : 22—27. 
Had the shoulder and breast as 

his portion. Exo. 29: 28. Lev. 

7:31-34. 
An offering most acceptable. Lev. 

3:5,16. 
Generally accompanied by a burnt- 
offering. Jud. 21: 4. 1 Sam. 10: 

8. 1 Kin. 3:15. 
Often accompanied by a sin-offer- 
ing. Lev. 23: 19. 
Was offered 
As a thanksgiving-offering. Lev. 

7:12,13. 
As a votive offering. Lev. 7:16. 
For reconciliation. Eze. 45: 15. 

Eph. 2:13, 14. 
For confirming the legal covenant. 

Exo. 24:5. 
At consecration of priests. Exo. 

29 : 22, 29. 
For the people at large. Lev. 9: 4. 
At expiration of Nazarite's vow, 

Num.6: 14. 
At all the festivals. Num. 10 : 10. 
At dedication of tabernacle. Num. 

7:17, 23, &c. 
At dedication of temple. 1 Kin. 8: 

62-64. 
At coronation of kings. 1 Sam. 11 : 

15. 
By Joshua after his victories. Jos. 

8:31. 
By Israel after their defeat. Jud. 

20:26. 
By David on bringing up the ark, 

2 Sam, 6: 17. 
By David after the plague. 2 Sam. 

24:25. 



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By Solomon three times a year. 1 
Kin. 9:25. 

By Manasseh on repairing and re- 
storing the altar. 2 Chr. 33 : 1."), 16. 
It a thanksgiving offering to be eat- 
on the day offered. Lev. 7 : 15. 
If a votive offering to be eaten the 

same day or the next. Lev. 7 : 16, 

17. Lev. 19:6— 8. 
To be eaten before the Lord. Deu. 

12:17,18. 
No unclean person to eat of. Lev. 

7:20,21. 

Peace, Spiritual. 

God is the God of. Rom. 15:33. 2 

Cor. 13 : 11. 1 Tlie. 5 : 23. Heb. 13 : 20. 
God ordains. Isa. 26 : 12. 
God speaks, to His saints. Psa. 85 : 8. 
Christ is the Lord of. 2 The. 3 : 16. 
Christ is the prince of. Isa. 9: 6. 
Christ gives. 2 The. 3 : 16. 
Christ guides into the way of. Luke 

1:79. 
Christ is our. Eph. 2:14. 
Is through the atonement of Christ. 

Isa. 53 : 5. Eph. 2 : 14, 15. Col. 1 : 20. 
Bequcatlied by Christ. Jno. 14 : 27. 
Preached 

Bv Christ. Eph. 2:17. 

Through Christ. Acts 10 : 36. 

By ministers. Isa. 52 : 7, with Rom. 
10 : 15. 
Announced by angels. Luke 2 : 14. 
Follows upon justification. Rom. 5: 1. 
A fruit of the Spirit. Rom. 14:17. 

Gal. 5:22. 
Divine wisdom is the way of. Pro. 3: 

17. 
Accompanies 

Faith. Rom. 15: 13. 

Righteousness. Isa. 32:17. 

Acquaintance with God. Job 22: 
21. 

The love of God's law. Psa. 119: 
165. 

Spiritual-mindedness. Rom. 8: 6. 
Established by covenant. Isa. 54 : 10. 

Eze. 34:25. Mai. 2:5. 
Promised to 

The Church. Isa. 66:12. 

The Gentiles. Zee. 9:10. 

Saints. Psa. 72:3, 7. Isa. .55:12. 

The meek. Psa. 37:11. 

Those who confide in God. Isa. 
26:3. 

Returning backsliders. Isa. 57: 18, 
19. 
We should love. Zee. 8: 19. 
The benediction of ministers should 

be. Num. 6 : 26. Luke 10 : 5. 
Saints 

Ha ve in Christ. Jno. 16 : 33. 

Have, with God. Isa. 27:5. Rom. 
5:1. 

finjoy. Psa. 119:165. 

Repose in. Psa. 4 : 8. 



Blessed with. Psa. 29 : 11. 

Kept in perfect. Isa. 26: 3. 

Ruled by. Col. 3: 15. 

Kept by. Phi. 4:7. 

Die in. Psa. 37 : 37. Luke 2 : 29. 

Wish, to each other. Gal. 6: 16. 

Phi. 1:2. CoL 1:2. 1 The. 1:1. 
Of saints 
Great. Psa. 119: 165. Isa. 54' 13. 
Abundant. Psa. 72:7. Jer. 33:6. 
Secure. Job 34 : 29. 
Passeth all understanding. Phi. 

4:7. 
Consummated after death. Isa. 57 : 

2. 
The gospel is good tidings of. Rom. 

10:15. 
The wicked 
Know not the way of. Isa. 59:8. 

Rom. 3: 17. 
Know not the things of. Luke 19: 

42. 
Promise, to themselves. Deu. 29 : 19. 
Are promised, by false teachers. 

Jer. 6:14. 
There is none for. Isa. 48:22. Isa. 

57:21. 
Supports under trials. Jno. 14: 27. 
Jno. 16:33. 

Perfection. 

Is of God. Psa. 18:32. Psa. 138:8. 
AH saints have, in Christ. ICor. 2: 

6. Phi. 3: 15. Col 2:10. 
God's perfection the standard of. 

Mat. 5 : 48. 
Implies 

Entire devotedness. Mat. 19:21. 

Purity and holiness in speech. Jas. 
3:2. 
Saints commanded to aim at. Gen. 

17:1. Deu. 18:13. 
Saints claim not. Job 9: 20. Phi. 

3:12. 
Saints follow after. Pro. 4 : 18. Phi. 

3:12. 
Ministers appointed to lead saints 

to. Eph. 4 : 12. Col. 1 : 28. 
Exhortation to. 2 Cor. 7:1. 2 Cor. 

13:11. 
Impossibility of attaining to. 2 Chr. 

6 : 36. Psa. 119 : 96. 
The word of God is 

The rule of. Jas. 1 : 25. 

Designed to lead us to. 2 Tim. 3: 
16, 17. 
Charity is the bond of. Col. 3 : 14. 
Patience leads to. Jas. 1 : 4. 
Pray for. Heb. 13: 20, 21. 1 Pet. 5: 10. 
The Church shall attain to. Jno. 17 : 

23. Eph. 4:1.3. 
Blessedness of. Psa. 37: 37. Pro. 2: 

21. 

Persecution. 

Christ suffered. Psa. 69 : 26. Jno. 5 : 
16. 



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Christ voluntarily submitted to. Isa. 

50:6. 
Christ was patient under. Isa. 53: 7. 
Saints may expect. Mar. 10:30. Luke 

21 : 12. Jno. 15 : 20. 
Saints suffer, for the sake of God. 

Jer. 15: 15. 
Of saints, is a persecution of Christ. 

Zee. 2:8, with Acts 9: 4, 5. 
All that live godly in Christ, shall 

suffer. 2 Tim. 3:12. 
Originates in 

Ignorance of God and Christ. Jno. 
16:3. 

Hated to God and Christ. Jno. 15: 
20, 24. 

Hatred to the gospel. Mat. 13 : 21. 

Pride. Psa. 10:2. 

Mistaken zeal. Acts 13:50. Acts 
26:9-11. 
Is inconsistent with the spirit of the 

gospel. Mat. 26:52. 
Men by nature addicted to. Gal. 4: 29. 
Preachers of the gospel subject to. 

Gal. 5:11. 
Is sometimes unto death. Acts 22: 4. 
God forsakes not His saints under. 2 

Cor. 4:9. 
God delivers out of. Dan. 3:25, 28. 

2 Cor. 1:10. 2 Tim. 3: 11. 
Cannot separate from Christ. Rom. 

8 : 35. 
Lawful means may be used to escape. 

Mat. 2:13. Mat. 10:23. Mat. 12: 

14, 15. 
Saints suffering, should 

Commit themselves to God. 1 Pet. 
4:19. 

Exhibit patience. 1 Cor. 4: 12. 

Rejoice. Mat. 5: 12. 1 Pet. 4:13. 

Glorify God. 1 Pet. 4:16. 

Pray for deliverance. Psa. 7: 1. 
Psa. 119:86. 

Pray for those who inflict. Mat. 5 : 
44. 

Return blessing for. Rom. 12 : 14. 
The hope of future blessedness sup- 
ports under. 1 Cor. 15 : 19, 32. Heb. 

10:. 34, 35. 
Blessedness of enduring, for Christ's 

sake. Mat. 5 : 10. Luke 6 : 22. 
Pray for those suffering. 2 The. 3: 2. 
Hypocrites cannot endure. Mar. 4 : 17. 
False teachers shrink from. Gal. 6: 

12. 
The wicked 

Addicted to. Psa. 10: 2. Psa. 69: 26. 

Active in. Psa. 143:3. Lam. 4:19. 

Encourage each other in. Psa. 71 : 
11. 

Rejoice in its success. Psa. 13:4. 
Rev. 11: 10. 
Punishment for. Psa. 7 : 13. 2 The. 1 : 

6. 
Illustrated. Mat. 21 : 33-39. 
Spirit of— Exemplified. Pharaoh, &c. 

Exo. 1:8—14. Saw;, 1 Sam. 26:18. 



Jezebel, 1 Kin. 19 : 2. Zedekiah, <&c. 
Jer. 38:4—6. Chaldeans, Dan. 3:8, 
&c. P7iarisees, Mat. 12:14. Jews, 3no. 
5 : 16. 1 The. 2 : 15. Herod, Acts 12 : 1. 
Genf ties. Acts 14 : 5. Paul, Phi. 3: 6. 
1 Tim. 1:13. 
Suffering of — Exemplified. 3Iicaiah, 1 
Kin. 22:27. David, Psa. 119: 161. 
Jeremiah, Jer. 32: 2. Daniel, Dan. 6: 
5—17. Peter, &c. Acts 4 : 3. Apostles, 
Acts 5 : 18. The Prophets, Acts 7 : 52. 
Primitive Church, Acts 8: 1. Paul 
and Barnabas, Acts 13 : 50. Pa ul and 
Silas, Acts 16 : 23. Ilebreivs, Heb. 
10 : 33. Saints of old, Heb. 11 : 36. 

Perseverance. 

An evidence of reconciliation with 

God. Col. 1 : 21-23. 
An evidence of belonging to Christ, 

Jno. 8:. 31. Heb. 3:6, 14. 
A characteristic of saints. Pro. 4 : 18. 

To BE MANIFESTED IN 

Seeking God. IChr. 16:11. 

Waiting upon God. Hos. 12: 6. 

Prayer. Rom. 12 : 12. Eph. 6 : 18. 

Well-doing. Rom. 2:7. 2 The. 3: 13, 

Continuing in the faith. Acts 14: 
22. Col. 1:23. 2Tim.4:7. 

Holding fast hope. Heb. 3:6. 
Maintained through 

The power of God. Psa. 37 : 24. Phi. 
1:6. 

The power of Christ. Jno. 10: 28. 

The intercession of Christ. Luke 
22:31,32. Jno. 17:11. 

The fear of God. Jer. 32: 40. 

Faith. 1 Pet. 1:5. 
Promised to saints. Job 17 : 9. 
Leads to increase of knowledge. Jno. 

8:31,32. 
In well-doing 

Leads to assurance of hope. Heb. 
6:10,11. 

Is not in vain. 1 Cor. 15 : 58. Gal. 6 : 9, 
Ministers should exhort to. Acts 13: 

43. Acts 14: 22. 
Encouragement to. Heb. 12: 2, 3. 
Promises to. Mat. 10:22. Mat. 24; 

13. Rev. 2:26-28. 
Blessedness of. Jas. 1 : 25. 
Want of. 

Excludes from the benefits of the 
gospel. Heb. 6:4-6. 

Punished. Jno. 15: 6. Rom. 11:22. 

Illustrated. Mar. 4: 5, 17. 

Pharisees, The. 

A sect of the Jews. Acts 15 : 5. 

The strictest observers of the Mosaic 

ritual. Acts 26: 5. 
By descent, especially esteemed. 

Acts 23: 6. 
Character of; 

Zealous of the law. Acts 15 : 5. Phi. 
3:5. 



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191 



PHI. 



Zealous of tradition. Mar. 7:3, 5 

—8. Gal. 1 : 14. 
Outwardly moral. Luke 18: 11. 

Phi. 3:-), 6. 
Eigid iu fasting. Luke 5: 33. Luke 

18: 12. 
Active in proselytizing. Mat. 23:15. 
Self-righteous. Luke 16: 15. Luke 

18:9. 
Avaricious. Mat. 23: 14. Luke 16:14. 
Ambitious of precedence. Mat 23:6, 
Fond of public salutations. Mat. 

23:7. 
Fond of distinguished titles. Mat. 

23: 7-10. 
Particular in paying all dues. Mat. 

23 : 23. 
Oppressive. Mat. 23:4. 
Cruel in persecuting. Acts 9: 1, 2. 
Believed in the resurrection, &c. 

Acts 23: 8. 
Made broad their phylacteries, &c. 

Mat. 23:5. 
Their opinions, a standard to others. 

Jno. 7: 48. 
Many priests and Levites were of. 

Jno. 1: 19,24. 

Many rulers, lawyers, and scribes 

were of. Jno. 3: 1. Acts 5 : 34. Acts 

23:9. 

Had disciples. Luke 5 : 33. Acts 22 : 3. 

Some came to John for baptism. 

Mat. 3 : 7. 
As a body, rejected John's baptism. 

Luke 7 : 30. 
Christ 
Often invited by. Luke 7 : 36. Luke 

11 : 37. 
Condemned by, for associating with 
sinners. Mat. 9: 11. Luke 7: 39. 
Luke 15: 1,2. 
Asked for signs by. Mat. 12: 38. 

Mat. 16: 1. 
Tempted by, with questions about 
the law. Mat. 19:3. Mat. 22:15, 
16, 35. 
Watched by, for evil. Luke 6: 7. 
Offended, by His doctrine. Mat. 
15: 12. Mat. 21 : 45. Luke 16: 14. 
Declared the imaginary righteous- 
ness of, to be insufficient for sal- 
vation. Mat. 5:20. 
Declared the doctrines of, to be 
hypocrisy. Mat. 16: 6, 11, 12. Luke 
12:1. 
Denounced woes against. Mat. 23 : 

13, &c. 
Called, an evil and adulterous gen- 
eration. Mat. 12 : 39. 
Called, serpents and generation of 

vipers. Mat. 23:33. 
Called fools and blind guides. 

Mat. 23:17, 24. 
Compared, to whited sepulchres. 

Mat. 23:27. 
Compared, to graves that appear 
not. Luke 11 : 44. 



Left Judca for a time on account 
of. Jno. 4: 1—3. 
Imputed Christ's miracles to Satan's 

power. Mat 9: 34. Mat. 12:24. 
Sent officers to apprehend Clirist. 

Jno. 7 : 32, 45. 
Often sought to destroy Christ. Mat. 

12: 14. Mat. 21 : 46. Jno. 11 : 47, 53, 57. 

Philistines, The, 

Descended from Casluhim. Gen. 10: 

13, 14. 
Originally dwelt in the land of 

Caphtor. Jer. 47:4. Amos 9: 7. 
Conqui'red the Avims and took from 
them the west coast of Canaan, 
Deu. 2: 23. 
Called 
The Caphtorims. Deu. 2: 23. 
The Cherethites. 1 Sam. 30: 14. 
Zep. 2: 5. 
Country of. 
Called Philistia. Psa. 87:4. Psa. 

108 : 9. 
Divided into five states or lord- 
ships. Jos. 13:3. Jud. 3:3. 1 
Sam. 6: 16. 
Had many flourishing cities. 1 Sam. 

6:17. 
Given by God to the Israelites. Jos. 
13 : 2, 3. Jos. 15 : 45, 47. 
Were a great people and governed 
by kings in the patriarchal age. 
Gen. 21:22, 34. Gen. 26:8. 
Character of, 
Proud. Zee. 9:6. 
Idolatrous. Jud. 16:23. 1 Sam. 

5:2. 
Superstitious. Isa.2:6. 
Warlike. 1 Sam. 17: 1. 1 Sam. 
28:1. 
Men of -great strength and stature 
amongst. 1 Sam. 17: 4—7. 2 Sam 
21: 16, 18-20. 
Some of, left to prove Israel. Jud. 

3:1—3. 
Always confederated with the ene- 
mies of Israel. Psa. 83: 7. Isa. 9: 
11, 12. 
Shamgar slew six hundred of, and 

delivered Israel. Jud. 3:31. 
Oppressed Israel after the death of 
Jair for eighteeen years. Jud. 10: 
7,8. 
Oppressed Israel after the death of 

Abdon forty years. Jud. 13:1. 
Samson 
Promised as a deliverer from. Jud, 

13 : 5. 
Intermarried with. Jud. 14: 1, 10. 
Slew thirty, near Askelon. Jud. 

14:19. 
Burned vineyards, &c. of. Jud. 15: 

3-5. 
Slew many for burning his wife. 
Jud. 15 : 7, 8. 



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192 



PIL. 



Slew a thousand Nvitb the javvboue 
of au ass. Jud. 15: 15, 16. 

Blinded and imprisoned by. Jud. 
16:21. 

Pulled down the house of Dagon 
and destroyed immense numbers 
of. Jud. 16 : 29, 30. 
Defeated Israel at Ebenezer. 1 Sam. 

4:1,2. 
Defeated Israel and took the ark. 1 

Sam. 4: 3-11. 
Put the ark into Dagon's house. 1 

Sam. 5:1-4. 
Plagued for retaining the ark. 1 

Sam. 5: 6— 12. 
Sent back the ark and were healed. 

1 Sam. 6: 1-18. 
Miraculously routed at Mizpeh. 1 

Sam. 7: 7-14. 
Jonatlian smote a garrison of, at 

Geba and provoked them. 1 Sam. 

13:3,4. 
Invaded the land of Israel with a 

great army. 1 Sam. 13: 5, 17— 23. 
Jonathan and his armor-bearer 

smote a garrison of, at the pas- 
sages. 1 Sam. 14 : 1—14. 
Miraculously discomfited. 1 Sam. 

14:15-23. 
Saul constantly at war with. 1 Sam. 

14:52. 
Defied Israel bv their champion. 1 

Sam. 17: 4—10. 
Defeated by Israel at Ephes-dammin 

and pursued to Ekron. 1 Sam. 17: 

1, .52. 
David 

Slew Goliath the champion of. 1 
Sam. 17: 40— .50. 

Procured Saul's daughter for an 
hundred foreskins of. 1 Sam. 18: 
25-27. 

Often defeated during Saul's reign. 
1 Sam. 19: 8. 1 Sam. 23: 1—5. 

Fled to, for safety. 1 Sam. 27 : 1—7. 

Gained the confidence of Achish 
king of. 1 Sam. 28: 2.1 Sam. 29: 9. 

Distrusted by. 1 Sam. 29: 2-7. 

Often defeated in the course of his 
reign. 2Sam. 5: 17— 23. 2Sam.8: 
1. 2 Sam. 21: 15—22. 2 Sam. 23: 
8-12. 

Had a guard composed of. 2 Sam. 

8 : 18, with Eze. 25 : 16. Zep. 2 : 5. 

Gathered all their armies to Aphek 

against Israel. 1 Sam. 28: 1. 1 Sam, 

29:1. 
Ziklag a town of, taken and plun- 
dered by the Amalekites. 1 Sam. 

30:1, 2, 16. 
Israel defeated by, and Saul slain. 

ISam. 31: 1-10. 
Besieged in Gibbethon by Nadab. 1 

Kin. 15: 27. 
Sent by God against Jehoram. 2 Chr. 

21:16,17. 
Defeated by Uzziah. 2 Chr. 26: 6, 7. 



Distressed Judah under Ahaz. 2 Chr. 

28 : 18, 19. 
Defeated by Hezekiah. 2 Kin. 18: 8. 
Israel condemned for imitating. .Jud. 

10: 6. Amos 6:2. Amos 9: 7. 
Prophecies respecting ; 
Union with Syria against Israel. 

Isa. 9:11, 12. 
Punishment with other nations. 

Jer. 25 : 20. 
Dismay at ruin of Tyre. Zee. 9: 3, 5. 
Base men to be their rulers. Zee. 

9:6. 
Hatred and revenge against Israel 

to be fully recompensed. Eze. 25: 

15—17. Amos 1:6-8. 
Utter destruction by Pharaoh king 

of Egypt. Jer. 47: 1-4. Zep. 2: 

5, 6. 
Destruction and desolation of their 

cities. Jer. 47 : 5. Zep. 2 : 4. 
Their country to be a future pos- 
session to Israel. Oba. 19 v. Zep. 

2:7. 
To help in Israel's restoration. Isa. 

11: 14. 

Pilgrims and Strangers, 

Described. Jno. 17:16. 
Saints are called to be. Gen. 12:1, 
with Acts 7: 3. Luke 14: 26, 27, 33. 
All saints are. Psa. 39: 12. 1 Pet. 

1: 1. 
Saints confess themselves. 1 Chr. 
29: 15. Psa. 39: 12. Psa. 119: 19. 
Heb. 11 : 13. 
As saints they 
Have the example of Christ. Luke 

9:58. 
Are strengthened by God. Deu. 33: 

25. Psa. 84 : 6, 7. 
Are actuated by faith. Heb. 11 : 9. 
Have their faces toward Zion. .Jer. 

50: 5. 
Keep the promises in view. Heb. 

11 : 13. 
Forsake all for Christ. Mat. 19: 27. 
Look for a heavenly country. Heb. 

11: 16. 
Look for a heavenly city. Heb. 11 : 

10. 
Pass their sojourning in fear. 1 

Pet. 1 : 17. 
Rejoice in the statutes of God. 

Psa. 119: 54. 
Pray for direction. Psa. 43: 3. Jer. 

.50: 5. 
Have a heavenly conversation. 

Phi. 3:20. 
Hate worldly fellowship. Psa. 120: 

5, 6. 
Are not mindful of this world. 

Heb. 11 : 15. 
Are not at home in this world. 

Heb. 11 : 9. 
Shine as lights in the world. Phi. 

2:15. 



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193 



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Invite otliers to go with them. 

Num. 10:29. 
Are exposed to persecution. Psa. 

120:5-7. Jno. 17: 14. 
Should abstain from fleshly lusts. 

1 Pet. 2:11. 
Should have their treasure in 

heaven. Mat. 6:19. Luke 12: 33. 

Col. 3:1, 2. 
Should not be over anxious about 

worldly things. Mat. 6:25. 
Long for their pilgrimage to end. 

Psa. L5:6. 2 Cor. 5:1-8. 
Die in faith. Heb. 11:13. 
The world is not worthy of. Heb. 

11 : 38. 
God is not ashamed to be called 

their God. Heb. 11: 16. 
Typified. Israel, Exo. 6: i. Exo. 12: 

11. 
Exemplified. Abraham, Gen. 23: 4. 
Acts 7: 4, 5. Jacob, Gen. 47: 9. 
Saints of old, 1 Chr. 29: 15. Heb. 11 : 
13, 38. David, Psa. 39: 12. The Apos- 
tles, Mat. 19 : 27. 

Pillars. 

The supports of a building. Jud. 16: 

29. 
Things raised up as memorials. Gen. 

31 : 51. 
Made OF 
Marble. Est. 1:6. 
Wood. 1 Kin. 10:12. 
Iron. Jer. 1:18. 
Brass. lKiu.7:15 
Silver. So. of Sol. 3: 10. 
The vail and hangings of the taber- 
nacle supported by. Exo. 26 : 32, 37. 
Exo. 36:36,38. 
Two, placed in the temple porch. 1 

Kin. 7: 15-21. 
Of memorial 
Sometimes of a single stone. Gen. 

28 : 18. 
Sometimes of a heap of stones. Jos. 

4 : 8, 9, 20. 
To witness vows. Gen. 28: 18. Gen. 

31 : 13. 
To witness covenants. Gen. 31 : 52. 
To mark the graves of the dead. 

Gen. 35:20. 
To commemorate remarkable 
events. Exo. 24 : 4. Jos. 4 : 20, 24. 
To perpetuate names. 2 Sam. 18: 

18. 
In honor of idols. Lev. 26:1. {marg.) 

Deu. 7 : 5. {marg.) 
Often anointed. Gen. 28:18. Gen. 

.31 : 13. 
Often had inscriptions. Job 19: 24. 
The divine glory appeared to Israel 
in the form of. Exo. 13:21, 22. 
Num. 12:5. 
Lot's wife became a pillar of salt. 
Gen. 19:26. 



iLLnSTHATIVE OF 

Stability of the heavens. Job 26: 11. 
Stability of the earth. 1 Sam. 2: 8. 

Psa. 75 : 3. 
The church. 1 Tim. 3: 15. 
Stability of Christ. So. of Sol. 5: 

15. Rev. 10:1. 
Ministers. Jer. 1 : 18. Gal. 2: 9. 
Saints who overcome in Christ. 

Rev. 3: 12. 

Plague or Pestilence, The. 

Inflicted by God. Eze. 14 : 19. Hab. 

3:5. 
One of God's four sore judgments. 

Eze. 14:21. 
Described as noisome. Psa. 91 : 3. 
Israel threatened with, as a punish- 
ment for disobedience. Lev. 26: 24. 

25. Deu. 28:21. 
Desolating effects of. Psa. 91 : 7. Jer. 

16:6,7. Amos 6:9, 10. 
Equally fatal day and night. Psa. 

91 : 5, 6. 
Fatal to man and beast. Psa. 78: 50. 

{marg.) Jer. 21: 6. 
Sent upon 

The Egyptians. Exo. 12 : 29 : 30. 

Israel for making golden calf. Exo. 
32:35. 

Israel for despising manna. Num. 
11 : 33. 

Israel for murmuring at destruction 
of Korah. Num. 16 : 46—50. 

Israel for worshipping Baal-peor. 
Num. 25: 18. 

David's subjects for his numbering 
the people. 2 Sara. 24: 15. 
Often broke out suddenly. Psa. 106: 

29. 
Often followed war and famine. Jer. 

27 : 13. Jer. 28 : 8. Jer. 29 : 17, 18. 
Egypt often afHicted with. Jer. 42: 

17, with Amos 4: 10. 
Specially fatal in cities. Lev. 26:25, 

Jer. 21 : 6, 9. 
Was attributed to a destroying angeL 

Exo. 12 : 23, with 2 Sam. 24 : 16. 
The Jews sought deliverance from, by 

prayer. 1 Kin. 8: 37, 38. 2 Chr. 20: 

9. 
Predicted to happen before destruc- 
tion of Jerusalem. Mat. 24:7. Luke 

21:11. 
Illustrattve of 

God's judgments upon the apostacy. 
Rev. 18:4,8. 

The diseased state of man's heart. 
1 Kin. 8:38. 



Plowing. 



The breaking up or tilling of the 
earth. Jer. 4 : 3. Hos. 10: 12. 

Noah the supposed inventor of. Gen. 
5:29. 

Performed 
By a plow. Luke 9: 62. 



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With oxen. 1 Sam. 14: 14. Jobl: 

14. 
During the cold winter season. 

Pro. 20: 4. 
In long and straight furrows. Psa. 

129 : 3. 
Generally by servants. Isa. 61 : 5. 

Luke 17 : 7. 
Sometimes by the owner .of the 

land himself. 1 Kin. 19: 19. 
With an ox and an ass yoked to- 
gether forbidden to the Jews. Deu. 
22 : 10. 
Ditticulty of, on rocky ground. Amos 

6:12. 
Followed by harrowing and sowing. 

Isa. 28:24, 25, 
Illustrative 
Of repentance and reformation. 

Jer. 4 : 3. 
Of peace and prosperity. Isa. 2:4. 

Mic. 4:3. 
Of a severe course of affliction. 

Hos. 10:11. 
Of a course of sin. Job 4: 8, Hos. 

10:13. 
Of the labor of ministers. 1 Cor. 

9:10. 
(Attention and constancy required 

in,) of continued devotedness. 

Luke 9: 62. 

Pomegranate-tree, The, 

Egypt abounded with. Num. 20: 5. 
Canaan abounded with, Num. 13:23. 

Deu. 8: 8. 
The Jews 
Cultivated, in orchards. So. of Sol. 

4:13. 
Often dwelt under shade of. 1 Sam. 

14:2. 
Drank the juice of. So. of Sol. 8 : 2. 
The blasting of, a great calamity. 

Joel 1 : 12. 
God's favor exhibited, in making 

fruitful. Hag. 2:19. 
Representations of its frdit 
On the high priest's robe. Exo. 

39 : 24—26. 
On the pillars of the temple. 1 Kin. 
7:18. 
Illdstrative 
Of saints. So. of Sol. 6: 11. So. of 

Sol. 7:12. 
(An orchard of,) of the church. So. 

of Sol. 4:13. 
(Fruit of,) of the graces of the 
church. So. of Sol. 4:3. So. of 
Sol. 6: 7. 

Pools and Ponds. 

Made by God. Isa. 35:7. 
Made by man. Isa. 19:10. 
Artificial, designed for 
Supplying cities with water. 2 
Kin. 20:20. 



Supplying gardens, &c. with wateu. 
Ecc. 2 : 6. 

Preserving fish. Isa. 19:10, 
Water of, brought into the city by a 

ditch or conduit. Isa. 22:11, with 

2 Kin. 20:20. 
Filled by the rain. Psa. 84 : 6. 
Mentioned in Scriptdpe; 

Betbesda. Jno. 5:2. 

Gibeon. 2 Sam. 2:13. 

Hebron. 2 Sam. 4:12. 

Samaria. IKin. 22:«8. 

Siloam. Jno. 0: 7. 

The upper pool. 2 Kin. 18:17. Isa 
7:3. 

The lower pool. Isa. 22 : 9. 

The king's pool. Neh. 2:14. 

The old pool. I-ja. 22:11. 
The laud of Egypt abounded in. Exo. 

7:19. 
Illdstrative 

Of Nineveh. Nah. 2:8. 

(In the wilderness,) of the gifts of 
the Spirit. Isa. 35:7. Isa. 41:18. 

(Turning cities into,) of great 
desolation. Isa. 14:23. 

Poor, The, 

Made by God. Job 34 : 19. Pro. 22 : 2. 
Are such by God's appointment. 1 

Sam. 2:7. Job 1:21. 
Condition of, often results from 

Sloth. Pro. 20:13. 

Bad company. Pro. 28: 19. 

Drunkenness and gluttony. Pro. 
23:21. 
God 

Regards, equally with the rich. Job 
34 : 19. 

Forgets not. Psa. 9 : 18. 

Hears. Psa. 69 : 33. Isa. 41 : 17. 

Maintains the right of. Psa. 140: 12. 

Delivers. Job 36: 15. Psa. 35:10. 

Protects. Psa. 12:5. Psa. 109:31. 

Exalts. 1 Sam. 2:8. P.sa. 107:41. 

Provides for. Psa. 68:10. Psa. 
146:7. 

Despises not the prayer of. Psa 
102:17. 

Is the refuge of. Psa. 14 : 6. 
Shall never cease out of the 1 nd, 

Deu. 15 : 11. Zep. 3 : 12. Mat. 26 11 
May be 

Rich in faith. Jas. 2:5. 

Liberal. Mar. 12 : 42. 2 Cor. I 2. 

Wise. Pro. 28:11. 

Upright. Pro. 19:1. 
Christ lived as one of. Mat. 8:20. 
Christ preached to. Luke 4 : 18. 
Christ delivers. Psa. 72 : 12. 
Offerings of, acceptable to God. M r. 

12:42-44. 2Cor. 8:2, 12. 
Should 

Rejoice in God. Isa. 29: 19. 

Hope in God. Job 5 : 16. 

Commit themselves to God. Ps . 
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Wben converted, rejoice in their 
exaltation. Jas. 1 : 9. 

Provided for under the Law. Exo. 
23:11. Lev. 19:9, 10. 
Neglect towards, is 

A neglect of Christ. Mat. 25 : 42— 
45. 

Inconsistent with love to God. 1 
Jno. ,3: 17. 

A proof of unbelief. Jas. 2: 15—17. 
Rob not. Pro. 22:22. 
Wrong not in judgment. Exo. 23: 6. 
Take no usury from. Lev. 25 : 36. 
Harden not the heart against. Deu. 

15 : 7. 
Shut not the hand against. Deu. 15 : 7. 
Rule not, with rigor. Lev. 25 : 39, 43. 
Oppress not. Deu. 24 : 14. Zee. 7 : 10. 
Despise not. Pro. 14:21. Jas. 2:2— 4. 
Relieve. Lev. 25:35. Mat. 19:21. 
Defend. Psa. 82:3, 4. 
Do justice to. Psa. 82:3. Jer. 22: 

3,16. 

A CARE FOR, 

Is characteristic of saints. Psa. 

112: 9, with 2 Cor. 9: 9. Pro. 29: 7. 
Is a fruit of repentance. Luke 3: 11. 
Should be urged. 2 Cor. 8:7, 8. 

Gal. 2: 10. 
Give to, 
Not grudgingly. Deu. 15 : 10. 2 

Cor. 9:7. 
Liberally. Deu. 14 : 29. Deu. 15 : 

8,11. 
Cheerfully. 2 Cor. 8: 12. 2 Cor. 9:7. 
Without ostentation. Mat. 6:1. 
Specially if saints. Rom. 12:13, 

Gal. 6: 10. 
Pray for. Psa. 74: 19, 21. 
They who in faith. Believe, 
Are happy. Pro. 14:21. 
Are blessed. Deu. 15 : 10. Psa. 41 : 

1. Pro. 22:9. Acts 20: 35. 
Have the favor of God. Heb. 13:16. 
Have promises. Pro. 28:27, Luke 

14 : 13, 14. 
By oppressing, God is reproached. 

Pro. 14:31. 
By mocking, God is reproached. Pro. 

17 : 5. 
The wicked 
Care not for. Jno. 12 : 6. 
Oppress. Job 24 : 4—10. Eze. 18 : 12. 
Vex. Eze. 22 : 20. 

Regard not the cause of. Pro. 29: 7. 
Sell. Amos 2: 6. 
Crush. Amos 4: 1. 
Tread down. Amos 5 : 11. 
Grind the faces of . Isa. 3:15. 
Devour. Hab. 3 : 14. 
Persecute. Psa. 10: 2. 
Defraud. Amos 8 : 5, 6. 
Despise the counsel of. Psa. 14:6. 
Guilt of defrauding. Jas. 5 : 4. 
Punishment for 
Oppressing. Pro. 22:16. Eze. 22: 

29, 31. 



Spoiling. Isa. 3: 13—15. Eze. 18: 
1.3. 

Refusing to assist. Job 22: 7, 10. 

Pro. 21 : 13. 
Acting unjustly towards. Job 20: 
19,29. Job22:6, 10. Isa. 10:1-3. 
Amos 5: 11, 12. 

Oppression of— Illustrated. 2 Sam. 
12:1-6. 

Care for— Illustrated, Luke 10:33— 
35. 

Exemplified. Gideon, Jud. 6: 15. Ruth, 
Ruth 2: 2. Widow of Zarephath, 1 
Kin. 17 : 12. PropheVs Widow, 2 Kin, 
4 : 2. Saints of old, Heb. 11 : 37. 

Regard for— Exemplified. iJoos, Ruth 
2 : 14. Job, Job 29 : 12—16. Nebuza- 
radan, Jer. 39: 10. Zaceheus, Luke 
19: 8. Peter and John, Acts 3: 6. 
Dorcas, Acts 9: 36, 39. Cornelius, 
Acts 10: 2. Church at Ant ioch. Acts 
11 : 29, 30. Paul, Rom. 15 : 25. Church- 
es of Macedonia and Achaia, Rom, 
15:26. 2 Cor. 8:1-5. 

Power of Christ, The. 

As the Son of God, is the power ol 
God. Jno. 5: 17-19. Jno. 10: 28- 
30. 
As man, is from the Father. Acts 10: 

38. 
Described as 
Supreme. Eph. 1: 20, 21. 1 Pet. 3: 

22. 
Unlimited. Mat. 28:18. 
Over all flesh. Jno. 17 : 2. 
Over all things. Jno. 3:35. Eph. 

1:22. 
Glorious. 2 The. 1 : 9. 
Everlasting. 1 Tim. 6:16. 
Is able to subdue all things. Phi. 

3:21. 
Exhibited in 
Creation. Jno. 1 : 3, 10. Col. 1 : 16, 
Upholding all things. Col. 1: 17. 

Heb. 1 : 3. 
Salvation. Isa. 63: 1. Heb. 7: 25. 
His teaching. Mat 7 : 28, 29. Luke 

4:32. 
Working miracles. Mat. 8: 27. Luke 

5 : 17. 
Enabling others to work miracles. 

Mat. 10:1. Mar. 16: 17, 18. Luke 

10:17. 
Forgiving sins. Mat. 9:6, Acts 5: 

31. 
Giving spiritual life. Jno. 5 : 21, 25, 

26. 
Giving eternal life. Jno. 17: 2. 
Raising the dead. Jno. 5:28, 29. 
Raising Himself from the dead, 

Jno. 2:19— 21. Jno. 10:18. 
Overcoming the world. Jno. 16 : 33, 
Overcoming Satan, Col, 2:15, Heb, 

2: 14. 
Desti-oying the works of Satan. 1 

Jno, 3 : 8, 



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Ministers sbould make known, 2 Pet. 

1:16. 
Saints 

Made willing by. Psa. 110:3. 

Succored by. Heb. 2:18. 

Strengthened by. Plii. 4: 13. 2 Tim. 
4:17. 

Preserved by. 2 Tim. 1 : 12. 2 Tim. 
4:18. 

Bodies of, shall be changed by. 
Phi. 3:21. 
Rests upon saints. 2 Cor. 12 : 9. 
Present in the assembly of saints. 1 

Cor. .5 : 4. 
Shall be specially manifested at His 

second coming. Mar. 13: 26. 2 Pet. 

1:16. 
Shall subdue all power. 1 Cor. 15: 24. 
The wicked shall be destroyed by. 

Psa. 2:9. Isa. 11:4. Isa. 63:3. 2 

The. 1 : 9. 

Power of God, The. 
Is one of His attributes. Psa. 62 : 11. 

EXPEESSED BY THE 

Voice of God. Psa. 29: 3, 5. Psa. 

68 : 33. 
Finger of God. Exo. 8: 19. Psa. 

8:3. 
Hand of God. Exo. 9: 3,15. Isa. 

48 : 13. 
Arm of God. Job 40 : 9. Isa. 52 : 10. 
Thunder of His power, &c. Job 26: 

14. 
Described as 
Great. Psa. 79 : 11. Nah. 1 : 3. 
Strong. Psa. 89:13. Psa. 136:12. 
Glorious. Exo. 15: 6. Isa. 63: 12. 
Mighty. Job 9: 4. Psa. 89:13. 
Everlasting. Isa. 26 : 4. Rom. 1 : 20. 
Sovereign. Rom. 9: 21. 
Etl'ectual. Isa. 43 : 13. Eph. 3 : 7. 
Irresistible. Deu. 32:39. Dan. 4: 

35. 
Incomparable. Exo. 15: 11, 12, Deu. 

3:24. Job 40: 9. Psa. 89:8. 
Unsearchable. Job 5: 9. Job 9: 10. 
Incomprehensible. Job 26: 14. Ecc. 

3:11. 
All things possible to. Mat. 19 : 26. 
Nothing too hard for. Gen. 18: 14. 

Jer. 32 : 27. 
Can save by many or by few. 1 Sam. 

14:6. 
Is the source of all strength. 1 Chr. 

29:12. Psa. 68: 35. 
Exhibited in 
Creation. Psa. 102 : 25. Jer. 10 : 12. 
Establishing and governing all 

things. Psa. 65 : 6. Psa. 66 : 7. 
The miracles of Christ. Luke 11 : 

20. 
The resurrection of Christ. 2 Cor. 

13 : 4. Col. 2 : 12. 
The resurrection of saints. 1 Cor. 

6:14. 



Making the gospel effectual. R«qi. 

1 : 16. 1 Cor. 1 : 18, 24. 
Delivering His people. Psa. 106 S. 
The destruction of the wicked. 
Exo. 9:16. Rom. 9:22. 
Saints 
Long for exhibitions of. Psa. 63: 

1,2. 
Have confidence in. Jer. 20: 11. 
Receive increase of grace by. 2 Cor. 
.9:8. 
Strengthened by. Eph. 6:10. Col. 

1:11. 
Upheld by. Psa. 37 : 17. Isa. 41 : 10. 
Supported in affliction by. 2 Cor. 

6:7. 2 Tim. 1:8. 
Delivered by. Neh. 1:10. Dan. 3: 

17. 
Exalted by. Job 36 : 22. 
Kept by, unto salvation. 1 Pet, 
1: .5. 
Exerted in behalf of saints. 2 Chr. 

16:9. 
Works in, and for saints. 2 Cor. 13: 

4. Eph. 1:19. Eph. 3:20. 
The faith of saints stands in. 1 Cor. 

2 5. 
Should be 
Acknowledged. 1 Chr. 29 : 11. I.»a. 

.33:13. 
Pleaded in prayer. Psa. 79: 11. Mat. 

6:13. 
Feared. Jer. 5:22. Mat. 10:28. 
Magnified. Psa. 21 : 13. Jude 25 
Efiiciency of ministers is through. 1 

Cor. 3: 6-8. Gal. 2: 8. Eph. 3: 7, 
Is a ground of trust. Isa. 26 : 4. Rotn, 

4:21. 
The wicked 
Know not. Mat 22 : 29. 
Have against them. Ezr. 8: 22. 
Shall be destroyed by. Luke 12: 5. 
The heavenly host magnify. Rev. 4: 
11. Rev. 5:13. Rev. 11:17. 

Power of the Holy Ghost, The, 

Is the power of God. Mat. 12: 28, 

with Luke 11 : 20. 
Christ commenced His ministry in. 

Luke 4: 14. 
Christ wrought His miracles by. 

Mat. 12:28. 
Exhibited in 
Creation. Gen. 1: 2. Job 26: 13. 

Psa. 104 : 30. 
The conception of Christ. Luke 1 : 

.35. 
Raising Christ from the dead. 1 

Pet. 3: 18. 
Giving spiritual life. Eze. 37: 11 — 

14, with Rom. 8: 11. 
Working miracles. Rom. 15: 19. 
Making the gospel efficacious. 1 

Cor. 2:4. 1 The. 1 : 5. 
Overcoming all difficulties. Zee. 4: 
6,7. 



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Promised by the Father. Luke 24: 

49. 
Promised by Christ. Acts 1 : 8. 
Saints 

Upheld by. Psa. 51 : 12. 

Strengtheued by. Eph. 3 : 16. 

Enabled to speak the truth boldly 
by. Mic. 3: 8. Acts 6: 5, 10. 2 
Tim. 1:7, 8. 

Helped in prayer by. Kom. 8: 26. 

Abound in liope by. Rom. 15:13. 
Qualifies ministers. Luke 24: 49. 

Acts 1 : 8. 
God's word the instrument of. Eph. 

6:17. 

Praise. 

God is worthy of. 2 Sam. 22 : 4. 
Christ is worthy of. Rev. 5 : 12. 
God is glorified by. Psa. 22 : 23. Psa. 

50 : 237 
Offered to Christ. Jno. 12 : 13. 
xVcceptable through Christ. Heb. 13 : 

15. 
Is DUE TO God on account of 
His majesty. Psa. 96: 1, 6. Isa. 

24:14. 
His glory. Psa. 138:5. Eze. 3: 12. 
His excellency. Exo. 15: 7. Psa. 

148:13. 
His greatness. IChr. 16: 25. Psa. 

145 : 3. 
His holiness. Exo. 15:11. Isa. 6:3. 
His wisdom. Dan. 2:20. Jude 25. 
His power. Psa. 21 : 13. 
His goodness. Psa. 107: 8. Psa. 

118:1. Psa. 136:1. Jer. 33:11. 
His mercy. 2Chr. 20:21. Psa. 89: 

1. Psa. 118:1-4. Psa. 136th. 
His loving-kindness and truth. 

Psa. 138:2. 
His faithfulness and truth. Isa. 

25:1. 
His salvation. Psa. 18: 46. Isa. 

35 : 10. Isa. 61 : 10. Luke 1 : 68, 

69. 
His wonderful works. Psa. 89: 5. 

Psa. 150:2. Isa. 25:1. 
His consolation. Psa. 42: 5. Isa. 

12:1. 
His judgment. Psa. 101 : 1. 
His counsel. Psa. 16: 7. Jer. 32: 19. 
Fulfilling of His promises. 1 Kin. 

8 : 56. 
Pardon of sin. Psa. 103 : 1—3. Hos. 

14:2. 
Spiritual health. Psa. 103:3. 
Constant preservation. Psa. 71 : 6 

-8. 
Deliverance. Psa. 40: 1—3. Psa. 

124:6. 
Protection. Psa. 28: 7. Psa. .59: 

17. 
Answering prayer. Psa. 28: 6. Psa. 

118:21. 
The hope of glory, 1 Pet, 1 : 3, 4. 



All spiritual blessings. Psa. 103: 2. 

Eph. 1 : 3. 
All temporal blessings. Psa. 104: 

1,14. Psa. 136:25. 
The continuance of blessings. Psa. 

68:19. 

Is OBLIGATORY UPON 

Angels. Psa. 103:20. Psa. 148:2. 
Saints. Psa. 30: 4. Psa. 149 : 5. 
Gentiles. Psa. 117: 1, with Rom. 15: 

11. 
Children. Psa. 8: 2, with Mat. 21: 

16. 
High and low. Psa. 148 : 1, 11. 
Young and old. Psa. 148 : 1, 12. 
Small and great. Rev. 19:5. 
All men. Psa. 107 : 8. Psa. 145 : 21, 
All creation. Psa. 148: 1—10. Psa, 

1.50:6. 
Is good and comely. Psa. 33: 1. Psa. 

147:1. 
Should be offered 
With the understanding. Psa. 47 : 

7, with ICor. 14:15. 
With the soul. Psa. 103: 1. Psa. 

104: 1,35. 
With the whole heart. Psa. 9: 1. 

Psa. 111:1. Psa. 138:1. 
With uprightness of heart. Psa. 

119:7. 
With the lips. Psa. 63 : 3. Psa. 119 : 

171. 
With the mouth. Psa. 51:15. Psa. 

63:5. 
With joy. Psa. 63:5. Psa. 98: 4. 
With gladness. 2Chr. 29:30. Jer. 

33:11. 
With thankfulness. 1 Chr. 16: 4. 

Neh.l2:24. Psa. 147:7. 
Continually. Psa. 35:28. Psa. 71:6. 
During life. Psa. 104 : 33. 
More and more. Psa. 71 : 14. 
Day and night. Rev. 4 : 8. 
Day by day. 2 Chr. 30:21. 
For ever and ever. Psa. 145: 1, 2. 
Throughout the world. Psa. 113: 3, 
In psalms and hymns, &c. Psa, 

105 : 2. Eph. 5 : 19. Col. 3 : 16. 
Accompanied with musical instru- 
ments. 1 Chr. 16: 41, 42. Psa. 150:3, 5, 
Is a part of public worship. Psa. 9": 
14. Psa. 100: 4. Psa. 118: 19, 20. 
Heb. 2 : 12. 
Saints should 
Show forth. Isa. 43 : 21. 1 Pet. 2:9. 
Be endued with the spirit of. Isa, 

61:3. 
Render, under affliction. Acts 16: 

Gl"ory in. 1 Chr. 16 : 35. 
Triumph in. Psa. 106:47. 
Express their joy by. Jas. 5: 13, 
Declare. Isa. 42: 12. 
Invite others to. Psa. 34 : 3. Psa. 

95:1. 
Pray for ability to offer. Psa. 51: 

15, Psa, 119:175, 



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Posture suited to. 1 Chr. 23: 30. Neh. 
9:5. 

Called the 
Fruit of the lips. Heb. 13 : 15. 
Voice of praise. Psa. 66: 8. 
Voice of triumph. Psa. 47:1. 
Voice of melody. Isa. 51 : 3. 
Voice of a psalm. Psa. 98: 5. 
Garment of praise. Isa. 61 : 3. 
Sacrificeof praise. Heb. 13:15. 
Sacrifices of joy. Psa. 27 : 6. 
Calves of the lips. Hos. 14 : 2. 

The heavenly host engage in. Isa. 
6:3. Luke 2:13. Rev. 4:9—11. 
Rev. 5:12. 

Exemplified. Melchizedek, Gen. 14: 
20. 3Ioses, dc. Exo. 15: 1—21. Jelhro, 
Exo. 18 : 10. Isrcielites, 1 Chr. 16 : 36. 
Davul,l Chr. 29:10-13. Psa. 119: 
164. Priests and Levites, Ezr. 3 : 10— 
11. £2m, Neh. 8:6. Hezekiuh, Isa. 
38:19. Zacharias, Lnkel:6i. Shep- 
herds. Luke 2 : 20. Simeon, Luke 2 : 
28. Anna, Luke 2:38. Slultitudes, 
Luke 18 : 43. Disciples, Luke 19 : 37, 
38. The Apostles, Luke 24 : 53. First 
Converts, Acts 2 : 47. Lame man, 
Acts 3 : 8. Paul and Silas, Acts 16 : 25. 

Prayer. 

Commanded. Isa. .55:6. Mat. 7:7. 
Phi. 4:6. 

To BE OFFERED 

To God. Psa. 5:2. Mat. 4: 10. 

To Christ. Luke 23 : 42. Acts 7 : 59. 

To the Holy Ghost. 2 The. 3 : 5. 

Through Christ. Eph.2:18. Heb. 
10 : 19. 
God hears. Psa. 10: 17. Psa. 65: 2. 
God answers. Psa. 99 : 6. Isa. .58 : 9. 

Is DESCRIBED AS 

Bowing the knees. Eph. 3: 14. 
Looking up. Psa. 5: 3. 
Lifting up the soul. Psa. 25 : 1. 
Lifting up the heart. Lam. 3: 41. 
Pouring out the heart. Psa. 62:8. 
Pouring out the soul. 1 Sam. 1 : 15. 
Calling upon the name of the Lord. 
Gen. 12 : 8. Psa. 116 : 4. Acts 22 : 16. 
•Crying unto God. Psa. 27: 7. Psa. 

34:6. 
Drawing near to God. Psa. 73: 28. 

Heb. 10:22. 
Crying to heaven. 2 Chr. .32: 20. 
Beseeching the Lord. Exo. 32: 11. 
Seeking unto God. Job 8: 5. 
Seeking the face of the Lord. Psa. 

27:8. 
Making supplication. Job 8: 5. 
Jer. 36 : 7. 
Acceptable through Christ. Jno. 14: 

13, 14. Jno. 15 : 16. Jno. 16 : 23, 24. 
Ascends to heaven. 2 Chr. 30: 27. 

Rev. 5:8. 
Quickening grace necessary to. Psa. 
80: 18. 



The Holy Ghost 
Promised as a Spirit of. Zee. 12: 

10. 
As the Spirit of adoption, leads to. 

Rom. 8:15. Gal. 4: 6. 
Helps our infirmities in. Rom. 8:26. 
An evidence of conversion. Acts 9: 11. 
Of the righteous, availeth much. Jas. 

5 : 16. 
Of the upright, a delight to God 

Pro. 15 : 8. 
Should be offered up 
In the Holy Ghost. Eph. 6: 18. Jude 

20. 
In faith. Mat. 21 : 22. Jas. 1 : 6. 
In full assurance of faith. Heb. 10: 

22. 
In a forgiving spirit. Mat. 6: 12. 
With the heart. Jer. 29:13. Lam. 3: 

41. 
With the whole heart. Psa. 119: 58, 
■ 145. 
With preparation of heart. Job 11 : 

13. 
With a true heart. Heb. 10: 22. 
With the soul. Psa. 42 : 4. 
With the spirit and understanding. 

Jno. 4 : 22—24. 1 Cor. 14 : 15. 
With confidence in God. Psa. 56: 

9. Psa. 86:7. 1 Jno. 5:14. 
With submission to God. Luke 22: 

42. 
With unfeigned lips. Psa. 17:1. 
With deliberation. Ecc. 5 : 2. 
With holiness. 1 Tim. 2:8. 
With humility. 2 Chr. 7 : 14. 2 Chr. 

33:12. 
With truth. Psa. 145:18. Jno. 4:24. 
With desire to be heard. Neh. 1 : 6. 

Psa. 17 : 1. Psa. 55 : 1, 2. Psa. 61 : 1. 
With desire to be answered. Psa. 

27:7. Psa. 102: 2. Psa. 108: 6. 

Psa. 143:1. 
With boldness. Heb. 4 : 16. 
With earnestness. 1 The. 3: 10. Jas. 

5 : 17. 
With importunity. Gen. 32: 26. 

Luke 11 : 8, 9. Luke 18 : 1—7. 
Niglit and day. 1 Tim. 5 : 5. 
Without ceasing. 1 The. 5: 17. 
Everywhere. 1 Tim. 2 : 8. 
In everything. Phi. 4 : 6. 
For temporal blessings. Gen. 28: 20. 

Pro. 30:8. Mat. 6:11. 
For spiritual blessings. Mat. 6: 33. 
For mercy and grace to help in time 

of need. Heb. 4: 16. 
Model for. Mat. 6:9-13. 
Vain repetitions in, forbidden. Mat. 

6:7. 
Ostentation in, forbidden. Mat. 6: 5. 

AOCOMPANIED WITH 

Repentance. 1 Kin. 8: 33. Jer. 36: 7. 
Confession. Neh. 1:4,7. Dan. 9: 

4-11. 
Self-abasement. Gen. 18:27. 
Weeping. Jer. 31 : 9. Hos. 12 : 4. 



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Fastiug. Neb. 1 : i. Dan. 9:3. Acts 

13' 3 
Watchfulness. Luke 21 : 36. 1 Pet. 

4:7. 
Praise. Psa. 66:17. 
Thanksgiving. Phi. i : 6. Col. 4 : 2. 
Plead in the 
Promises of God. Gen. 32:9-12. 
Exo. 32:13. 1 Kin. 8:26. Psa. 
119:49. 
Covenant of God. Jer. 14 : 21. 
Faithfulness of God. Psa. 143: 1. 
Mercy of God. Psa. 51:1. Dan. 9: 

18. 
Righteousness of God. Dan. 9 : 16. 
Rise early for. Psa. 5:3. Psa. 119: 

147. 
Seek divine teaching for. Luke 11 : 1. 
Faint not in. Luke 18:1. 
Continue instant in. Rohi. 12:12. 
Avoid hindrances in. 1 Pet. 3:7. 
Suitable in afHiction. Isa. 26: 16. Jas. 

5 : 13. 
Shortness of time a motive to. 1 

Pet. 4:7. 
Postures in; 
Standing. 1 Kin. 8: 22. Mar. 11 : 25. 
Bowing down. Psa. 95 : 6. 
Kneeling. 2 Chr. 6 : 13. Psa. 95 : 6. 

Luke 22: 41. Acts 20: 36. 
Falling on the face. Num. 16: 22. 
Jos. 5 : 14. 1 Chr. 21 : 16. Mat. 26 : 
39. 
Spreading forth the hands. Isa. 1 : 

1.5. 
Lifting up the hands. Psa. 28:2. 
Lam. 2:19. 1 Tim. 2:8. 
The promises of God encourage to. 

Isa. 65 : 24. Amos 5 : 4. Zee. 13 : 9. 
The promises of Christ encourage to. 

Luke 11 : 9, 10. Jno. 14 : 13, 14. 
Experience of past mercies an in- 
centive to. Psa. 4:1. Psa. 116:2. 

Prayer, Answers to. 

God gives. Psa. 99:6. Psa. 118:5. 

Psa. 138:3. 
Christ gives. Jno. 4 : 10, 14. Jno. 14 : 14. 
Christ received. Jno. 11 : 42. Heb. 

5:7. 
Granted 

Through the grace of God. Isa. 
30:19. 

Sometimes immediately. Isa. 65: 
24. Dan. 9:21, 23. Dan. 10: 12. 

Sometimes after delay. Luke 18: 7. 

Sometimes differently from our de- 
sire. 2Cor. 12:8, 9. 

Beyond expectation. Jer. 33 : 3. 
Eph. 3:20. 
Promised. Isa. 58:9. Jer. 29:12. 

Mat. 7 : 7. 
Promised especially in times of 

trouble. Psa. 50:15. Psa. 91:15. 
Received by those who 

Seek God. Psa. 34 : 4. 



Seek God with all the heart. Jer. 

29 : 12, 13. 
Wait upon God. Psa. 40: 1. 
Return to God. 2 Chr. 7 : 14. Job 

22 -23 27. 
Ask 'in 'faith. Mat. 21 : 22. Jas. 5 : 

15. 
Ask in the name of Christ. Jno. 14 : 

13. 
Ask according to God's will. 1 Jno, 

5 : 14. 
Call upon God in truth. Psa. 145: 

18. 
Fear God. Psa. 145: 19. 
Set their love upon God. Psa. 91: 
^14, 15. 
Keep God's commandments. 1 Jno. 

3:22. 
Call upon God under oppression. 

Isa. 19:20. 
Call upon God under afHiction. 

Psa. 18:6. Psa. 106:44. Isa. 30: 

19, 20. 
Abide in Christ. Jno. 15:7. 
Humble themselves. 2 Chr. 7:14. 

Psa. 9: 12. 
Are righteous. Psa. 34:15. Jas. 5: 

16. 
Are poor and needy. Isa. 41 : 17. 
Saints 
Are assured of. 1 Jno. 5 : 15. 
Love God for. Psa. 116:1. 
Bless God for. Psa. 66 : 20. 
Praise God for. Psa. 116:17. Psa 

118:21. 
A motive for continued prayer. Psa. 

116:2. 
Denied to those who 
Ask amiss. Jas. 4 : 3. 
Regard iniquity in the heart. Psa. 

66 : 18. 
Live in sin. Isa. 59:2. Jno. 9:31. 
Offer unworthy service to God. 

Mai. 1 : 7-9. 
Forsake God. Jer. 14 : 10, 12. 
Reject the call of God. Pro. 1 : 24, 

25, 28. 
Hear not the law. Pro. 28 : 9. Zee. 

7:11-13. 
Are deaf to the cry of the poor. 

Pro. 21 : 13. 
Are blood-shedders. Isa. 1 : 15. Isa. 

59:3. 
Are idolaters. Jer. 11 : 11 — 14. Eze. 

8:15—18. 
Are wavering. Jas. 1 : 6, 7. 
Are hypocrites. Job 27 : 8, 9. 
Are proud. Job 35 : 12, 13. 
Are self-righteous. Luke 18: 11, 12, 

14. 
Are the enemies of saints. Psa. 18: 

40, 41. 
Cruelly oppress saints. Mic. 3: 

2-4. 
Exemplified.— -46}-a/iam, Gen. 17 : 20. 
Lot, Gen. 19: 19 — 21. Ahraham''s serv- 
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32 : 24—30. Israelites, Exo. 2 : 23, 24. 
Moses, Exo. 17:4—6, 11-13. Exo. 
32: 11—14. Samson, Jud. 15: 18, 19. 
Hannah, 1 Sam. 1 : 27. Samuel, 1 
Sam. 7:9. Solomon, 1 Kiu. 3: 9, 12. 
Man of God, 1 Kiu. 13: 6. Elijah, 1 
Kin. 18: 36-38. Jas. 5: 17, 18. 
Elisha, 2 Kin. 4:33—35. Jehoahaz, 
2 Kin. 13: 4. Hezekiah, 2 Kin. 19 : 20. 
Jahez, 1 Chr. 4: 10. Asa, 2 Chr. 14: 
11,12. Jehoshajihat, 2 Chr. 20:6—17. 
Matiasseh, 2. Chr. 33:13, 19. Ezra, 
<£o. Ezr. 8:21—23. Nehemiah, Neh. 
4:9, 15. Job, Job 42:10. Dartd, 
Psa. IS: 6. Jeremiah, Lam. 3: 55, 56. 
Daniel, Dan. 9: 20—23. Jonah, Jon. 
2: 2, 10. Zacharias, Lulce 1: 13. 
Blind man, Luke 18: 38, 41—43. 
Thief on the Cross, Luke 23 : 42, 4.3. 
Apostles, Acts 4 : 29—31. Cornelius, 
Acts 10: 4, 31. rrimitive Christians, 
Acts 12: 5, 7. Paul and Silas, Acts 
16:25,26. PaiiY, Acts 28: 8. 
Refusal of, exemiilified. Saul, 1 Sam. 
28: 15. Elders of Israel, Eze. 20: 3. 
Phai-isees, Mat. 23 : 14. 

Prayer, Intercessory. 

Christ set an example of. Luke 22: 

32. Luke 23 : 34. Jno. 17 : 9—24. 
Commanded. 1 Tim. 2: 1. Jas. 5: 

14, 16. 
Should be offered dp for 

Kings. 1 Tim. 2:2. 

All in authority. 1 Tim. 2:2. 

Ministers. 2 Cor. 1 : 11. Phi. 1 : 19; 

The Church. Psa. 122:6. Isa. 62: 
6,7. 

All saints. Eph.6:18. 

All men. 1 Tim. 2:1. 

Masters. Gen. 24 : 12-14. 

Servants. Luke 7 : 2, 3. 

Children. Gen. 17 : 18. Mat. 13 : 22. 

Friends. Job 42: 8. 

Fellow-countrymen. Rom. 10: 1. 

The sick. Jas. 5: 14. 

Persecutors. Mat. 5:44. 

Enemies among whom we dwell. 
Jer. 29:7. 

Those who envy us. Num. 12:13. 

Those who forsake us. 2 Tim. 4 : 
16. 

Those who murmur against God. 
Num. 11:1,2. Num. 14: 13, 19. 
By ministers for their people. Epb. 

1 : 16. Epb. 3 : 14—19. Phi. 1 : 4. 
Encouragement to. Jas. 5: 16. 1 

Jno. 5: 16. 
Beneficial to the offerer. Job 42: 10. 
Sin of neglecting. 1 Sam. 12 : 23. 
Seek an interest in. 1 Sam. 12: 19. 

Heb. 13 : 18. 
Unavailing for the obstinately-im- 
penitent. Jer. 7 : 13—16. Jer. 14 : 10, 

11. 
Exemplified. Abraham, Gen. 18:23 — 

32. Abraham''s servant, Gen. 24: 12— 



14. Moses, Exo. 8 : 12. Exo. 32 : li— 
13. Samuel, 1 Sam. 7 : 5. Solomon, 

1 Kin. 8:. 30— 36. EUsha,2 Kin. 4: 
.33. Hezekiah,2 Chr. :iO: IS. Isaiah, 

2 Chr. 32: 20. Nehemiah, Neh. 1: 
4—11. David, Psa. 25: 22. Ezekiel, 
Eze. 9: 8. Daniel, Dan. 9: 3—19. 
Stephen, Acts 7 : 60. Peter and John, 
Acts 8: 15. Church of Jerusalem, 
Acts 12: 5. Paul, Col. 1: 9—12. 2 
The. 1: 11. Epaphras, Col. 4: 12. 
Philemon, Phile. 22. 

Prayer, Private. 

Christ was constant in. Mat. 14: 
23. Mat. 26: 36, .39. Mar. 1 : 35. Luke 
9:18,29. 

Commanded. Mat. 6: 6. 

Should be offered 
At evening, morning, and noon. 

Psa. 55 : 17. 
Day and night. Psa. 88:1. 
Without ceasing. 1 The. 5 : 17. 

Shall be lieard. Job 22 : 27. 

Rewarded openly. Mat. 6 : 6. 

An evidence of conversion. Acts 9: 11. 

Nothing should hinder. Dan. 6 : 10. 

Exemplified, io?, Gen. 19 : 20. Eliezer, 
Gen. 24: 12. Jacob, Gen. 32:9-12. 
Gideon, Jud. 6: 22, 36, 39. Hannah, 1 
Sam. 1 : 10. David. 2 Sam. 7 : 18-29. 
Hezekiah, 2 Kin. 20: 2. Isaiah, 2 Kin. 
20:11. Manasseh, 2 Chr. 33: 18,19. 
Ezra, Ezr. 9:5, 6. Nehemiah, Neh. 
2 : 4. Jeremiah, Jer. 32 : 16—25. Dan- 
iel, Dan. 9:3, 17. Jona/i, Jon. 2: 1. 
Habakkuk, Hab. 1 : 2. Anna, Luke 
2: 37. Paul, Acts 9: 11. Peter, Acts 
9 : 40. Acts 10 : 9. Cornelius, Acts 
10 : 30. 

Prayer, Public. 

Acceptable to God. Isa. 56 : 7. 

God promises to hear. 2 Chr. 7 : 14, 16. 

God promises to bless in. Exo. 20: 24. 

Christ 
Sanctifies by His presence. Mat. 18 : 

20. 
Attended. Mat. 12:9. Luke 4: 16. 
Promises answers to. Mat. 18: 19. 

Instituted form of. Luke 11 : 2. 

Should not be made in an unknown 
tongue. 1 Cor. 14 : 14—16. 

Saints delight in. Psa. 42:4. Psa. 
122:1. 

Exhortation to. Heb. 10:25, 

Urge others to join in. Psa. 95:6. 
Zee. 8 : 21. 

Exemplified. Joshua, <£c. Jos. 7 : 6 — 9. 
David, 1 Chr. 29:10—19. Solomon, 2 
Chr. 6th chap. Jehoshaphat, &c. 2 
Chr. 20: 5—13. Jeshua, ifrc. Neh. 9th 
chap. Jews, Luke 1 : 10. Primitive 
Christians, Acts 2 : 46. Acts 4 : 24. 
Acts 12 : 5, 12. Peter, d-e. Acts 3 ; 1. 
Teachers and Prophets, at Antioch, 
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Prayer, Social and Family. 

Promise of answers to. Mat. 18 : 19. 

Christ promises to be present at. 
Mat. 18 : 20. 

Punishment for neglecting. Jer. 10: 
25. 

Exemplified. Abram, Gen. 12:5, 8. 
Jacob, Gen. 35: 2, 3, 7. Joshua, Jos. 
24: 15. David, 2 Sam. 6: 20. Job, 
Job 1 : 5. The Disciples, Acts 1 : 13, 
14. Cornelius, Acts 10: 2. Paul and 
Silas, Acts 16 : 25. Paul, <£c. Acts 20 : 
36. Acts 21 : 5. 

Precious Stones. 

Dug out of the earth. Job 28: 5, 6. 
Brought from Ophir. 1 Kin. 10: 11. 2 

Chr. 9:10. 
Brought from Sheba. 1 Kin. 10: 1, 2. 

Eze. 27 : 22. 
Called 

Stones of fire. Eze. 28 : 14, 16. 

Stones to be set. 1 Chr. 29: 2. 

Jewels. Isa. 61:10. Eze. 16:12. 

Precious jewels. 2 Chr. 20:25. Pro. 
20:15. 
Of great variety. 1 Chr. 29 : 2. 
Of divers colors. 1 Chr. 29 : 2. 
Brilliant and glittering. 1 Chr. 29: 

2. Rev. 21:11. 
Mentioned in Scripture; 

Agate. Exo. 28:19. Isa. 54:12. 

Amethyst. Exo. 28: 19. Rev. 21 : 20. 

Beryl. Dan. 10:6. Rev. 21:20. 

Carbuncle. Exo. 28:17. Isa. 54:12. 

Coral. Job 28: 18. 

Chalcedony. Rev. 21 : 19. 

Chrysolyte. Rev. 21 : 20. 

Chrysoprasus. Rev. 21 : 20. 

Diamond. Exo. 28: 18. Jer. 17:1. 
Eze. 28 : 13. 

Emerald. Eze. 27 : 16. Rev. 4 : 3. 

Jacinth. Rev. 9: 17. Rev. 21: 20. 

Jasper. Rev. 4:3. Rev. 21 : 11, 19. 

Onyx. Exo. 28 : 20. Job 28 : 16. 

Pearl. Job 28: 18. Mat. 13: 45, 46. 
Rev. 21:21. 

Ruby. Job 28 : 18. Lam. 4 : 7. 

Sapphire. Exo. 24:10. Eze. 1:26. 

Sardine or Sardius. Exo. 28: 17. 
Rev. 4: 3. 

Sardonyx. Rev. 21 : 20. 

Topaz. Job 28 : 19. Rev. 21 : 20. 
Highly prized by the ancients. Pro. 

17:8. 
Extensive commerce in. Eze. 27:22. 

Rev. 18: 12. 
Often given as presents. 1 Kin. 10: 2, 

10. 
Art of engraving upon, early known 

to the Jews. Exo. 28: 9, 11, 21. 
Art of setting, known to the Jews. 

Exo. 28:20. 
Used for 

Jvdorning the high priest's ephod, 
Exo. 28: 12. 



Adorning the breastplate of judg- 
ment. Exo. 28: 17-20. Exo. 39: 

10—14. 
Decorating the person. Eze. 28: 13. 
Ornamenting royal crowns. 2 Sam. 

12 : 30. 
Setting in seals and rings. So. of 

Sol. 5:12. 
Adorning the temple. 2 Chr. 3:6, 
Honoring idols. Dan. 11:38. 
A part of the treasure of kings. 2 

Chr. 32:27. 
Given by the Jews for the tabernacle 

Exo. 25 : 7. 
Prepared by David for the temple. 

IChr. 29:2. 
Given by chief men for the temple 

1 Chr. 29 : 8. 
Illustrative of 
Preciousness of Christ. Isa. 28: 16. 

1 Pet. 2 : 6. 
Beauty and stability of the church. 

Isa. 54:11, 12. 
Saints. Mai. 3:17. 1 Cor. 3:12. 
Seductive splendor and false glory 

of the apostacy. Rev. 17: 4. Rev. 

18: 16. 
Wordly glory of nations. Eze. 28 : 

13—16. 
Glory of heavenly Jerusalem. Rev. 

21: 11. 
Stability of heavenly Jerusalem. 

Rev. 21: 19. 

Preciousness of Christ. 

To God. Mat. 3:17. 1 Pet. 2:4. 

To Saints. So. of Sol. 5: 10. Phi. 3: 

8. 1 Pet. 2:7. 
On account of His 

Goodness and beauty. Zee. 9: 17. 

Excellence and grace. Psa. 45 : 2. 

Name. So. of Sol. 1 : 3. Heb. 1 : 4. 

Atonement. 1 Pet. 1 : 19, with Heb. 
12:24. 

Words. Jno. 6 : 68. 

Promises. 2 Pet. 1 : 4. 

Care and tenderness. Isa. 40: 11. 
As the corner-stone of the Church. 

Isa. 28: 16, with 1 Pet. 2:6. 
As the source of all grace. Jno. 1 : 

14. Col. 1: 19. 
Unsearchable. Eph. 3:8. 
Illustrated. So. of Sol. 2: 3. So. of 

Sol. 5 : 10-16. Mat. 13 : 44-46. 

Presents. 

Antiquity of. Gen. 32:13. Gen. 43: 

15. 
Were given 
To judges to secure a favorable 

hearing. Pro. 17 : 23. Amos 2 : 6. 
To kings to engage their aid. 1 

Kin. 15: 18. 
By kings to each other in token of 

inferiority. 1 Kin. 10:25. 2 Chr. 

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To appease- the angry feelings of 
others. Gen. 32 : 20. 1 Sam. 25 : 
27, 28, 35. 
To confirm covenants. Gen. 21 : 

28—30. 
To reward service. 2 Sam. 18: 12. 

Dan. 2:6, 48. 
To show respect. Jud. 6 : 18. 
In token of friendship. 1 Sam. 18: 

3, 4. 
As tribute. Jud. 3:15. 2 Sam. 8: 

2. 2 Chr. 17 : 5. 
On occasions of visits. 2 Kin. 8:8. 
On all occasions of public rejoic- 
ing. Neh.8:12. Est. 9:19. 
At marriages. Gen. 24:53. Psa. 

45:12. 
On recovering from sickness. 2 

Kin. 20: 12. 
On restoration to prosperity. Job 

42:10,11. 
On sending away friends. Gen. 45: 
22. Jer. 40:5. 
Considered essential on all visits of 

business. 1 Sam. 9:7. 
Not bringing, considered a mark of 
disrespect and disaffection. 1 Sam. 
10:27. 2 Kin. 17:4. 
Generally procured a favorable re- 
ception. Fro. 18: 16. Pro. 19: 6. 
When small or defective, refused. 

Mai. 1 : 8. 
Of persons of rank, of great value 
and variety. 2 Kin. 5: 5. 2 Chr. 9: 1. 
Receiving of, a token of good will. 

Gen. 33:10, 11. 
Things givex as; 
Cattle. Gen.32:14, 15. 18. 
Horses and mules. 1 Kin. 10:25. 
Money. Gen. 45:22. 1 Sam. 9:8. 

Job 42: 11. 
Eatables. Gen. 43:11. 1 Sam. 25: 

18. 1 Kin. 14:3. 
Garments. Gen. 45: 22. 1 Sam. 18: 4. 
Weapons of war. 1 Sam. 18:4. 
Ornaments. Gen. 24 : 22, 47. Job 

42:11. 
Gold and silver vessels. 1 Kin. 10: 

25. 
Precious stones. 1 Kin. 10: 2. 
Servants. Gen. 20:14. Gen. 29:24, 
29. 
Often borne by servants. Jud. 3: 18. 
Often conveyed on camels, &c." 1 
Sam. 25:18. 2 Kin. 8: 9. 2 Chr. 
9:1. 
Sometimes sent before the giver. 

Gen. 32: 21. 
Generally presented in person. Gen. 
43:15,26. Jud. 3: 17. 1 Sam. 25:27. 
Laid out and presented with great 
ceremony. Gen. 43: 25. Jud. 3: 18. 
Mat. 2:11. 

Presumption. 

A characteristic of the wicked. 2 
Pet. 2:10. 



A characteristic of Antichrist. 2 

The. 2:4. 
Exhibited in 
Opposing God. Job 15 : 25, 26. 
Wilful commission of sin. Rom. 1 : 

32. 
Self-righteousness. Hos. 12 : 8. Rev. 

3:17. 
Spiritual pride. Isa. 65:5. Luke 

18:11. 
Esteeming our own ways right 

Pro. 12:15. 
Seeking precedence. Luke 14: 7 — 

11. 
Planning for futurity. Luke 12 : 18. 

Jas. 4:13. 
Pretending to prophecy. Deu. 18; 

22. 
Pray to be kept from sins of. Psa. 

19:13. 
Saints avoid. Psa. 131 : 1. 
Punishment for. Num. 15:30. Rev. 

18:7,8. 
Exemplified. Builders of Babel, Gen. 
11 : 4. Israelites, Num. 14 : 44. Korah, 
&c. Num. 16:3,7. Men of Bethshe- 
mesh, 1 Sam. 6 : 19. Uzza}i,2 Sam. 6 : 
6. Jeroboam, 1 Kin. 13: 4. Ben- 
hadad, 1 Kin. 20: 19. Uzziah, 2 Chr. 
26:16. Sennacherib, 2 Chr. 32:13, 
14. Theudas, Acts 5 : 36. Sons of 
Sceva, Acts 19: 13, 14. Diotrephes, 3 
Jno. 9. 

Pride. 

Is sin. Pro. 21:4. 

Hateful to God. Pro. 6: 16, 17. Pro. 

16: 5. 
Hateful to Christ. Pro. 8 : 12, 13. 
Often originates in 

Self-righteousness. Luke 18: 11, 12. 

Religious privileges. Zep. 3:11. 

Unsauctified knowledge. 1 Cor. 
8: 1. 

Inexperience. 1 Tim. 3: 6. 

Possession of power. Lev. 26: 19. 
Eze. 30:6. 

Possession of wealth. 2 Kin. 20:13. 
Forbidden. 1 Sam. 2 : 3. Rom. 12 : 3, 

16. 
Defiles a man. Mar. 7 : 20, 22. 
Hardens the mind. Dan. 5: 20. 
Saints 

Give not way to. Psa. 131 : 1. 

Respect not, in others. Psa. 40: 4 

Mourn over, in others. Jer. 13 : 17. 

Hate, in others. Psa. 101 : 5. 
A hindrance to seeking God. Psa. 

10: 4. Hos. 7:10. 
A hindrance to improvement. Pro, 

26:12. 
A characteristic of 

The devil. 1 Tim. 3:6. 

The world. 1 Jno. 2 : 16. 

False teachers. 1 Tim. 6: 3, 4. 

The wicked. Hab. 2 : 4, 5. Rom. 1 : oO 



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Comes from the heart. Mar. 7: 21 

—23. 
The wicked encompassed with. Psa. 

73: 6. 
Leads men to 

Contempt and rejection of God's 
word and ministers. Jer. 43: 2. 

A persecuting spirit. Psa. 10:2. 

Wrath. Pro. 21 : 24. 

Contention. Pro. 13: 10. Pro. 28: 
25. 

Self-deception. Jer. 49: 16. Oba. 3. 
Exhortation against. Jer. 13:15. 

Is FOLLOWED BY 

Shame. Pro. 11:2. 

Debasement. Pro. 29:23. Isa. 28:3. 

Destruction. Pro. 16:18. Pro. 18: 
12. 
Shall abound in the last days. 2 Tim. 

3:2. 
Woe to. Isa. 28:1,3. 
They who are guilty of, shall be 

Resisted. Jas. 4:6. 

Brought into contempt. Isa. 23: 9. 

Recompensed. Psa. 31 : 23. 

Marred. Jer. 13:9. 

Subdued. Exo. 18:11. Isa. 13: 11. 

Brought low. Psa. 18: 27. Isa. 2: 
12. 

Abased. Dan. 4: 37, with Mat. 23: 
12. 

Scattered. Luke 1 : 51. 

Punished. Zep. 2 : 10, 11. Mai. 4 : 1. 
Exemplified. Ahithophel, 2 Sam. 17: 

23. Hezekiah, 2 Chr. 32 : 2.j. Pharaoh, 

Neh. 9: 10. Haman, Est. 3: 5. Jfloab, 

Isa. 16:6. Tj/rc, Isa. 23: 9. Israel, 

Isa. 28:1. Hos. 5:5,9. Judah, Jer. 

13: 9. Babylon, Jer. TiO: 29, 32. 

Assyria, Eze. 31 : 3, 10. Nrhurliadnez- 

zar, Dan. 4: 30. Dan. 5: 20. BeU 

shazzar. Dan. 5 : 22, 23. Edom, Oba. 

3. Scribes, Mar. 12 : 38, 39. Herod, 

Acts 12 : 21—23. Laodiceans, Rev. 3 : 

17. 

Priests, 

Fii'st notice of persons acting as. 

Gen. 4:3, 4. 
During patriarchal age heads of 

families acted as. Gen. 8: 20. Gen. 

12:8. Gen. 35:7. 
After the exodus young men (first- 
born) deputed to act as. Exo. 24: 

5, with Exo. 19:22-. 
The sons of Aaron appointed as, by 

perpetual statute. Exo. 29:9. Exo. 

40:15. 
All except seed of Aaron excluded 

from being. Num. 3: 10. Num.16: 

40. Num. 18:7. 
Sanctified fay God 'for the oflBce. Exo. 

29:44. 
Publicly consecrated. Exo. 28: 3. 

Num. 3:3. 
Ceeemonies at consecration of; 



Washing in water. Exo. 29:4. Lev. 

8:6. 
Clothing with the holy garments. 

Exo. 29: 8, 9. Exo. 40: 14. Lev. 

8: 13. 
Anointing with oil. Exo. 30: 30. 

Exo. 40:13. 
Offering sacrifices. Exo. 29: 10—19. 

Lev. 8: 14—23. 
Purification by blood of the conse- 
cration-ram. Exo. 29: 20, 21. Lev. 

8:23,24. 
Placing in their hands the wave- 
offering. Exo. 29 : 22-24. Lev. 8 : 

25-27. 
Partaking of the sacrifices of con- 
secration. Exo. 29 : 31— 33. Lev. 

8:31,32. 
Lasted seven days. Exo. 29 : 35— 37. 

Lev. 8:33. 
Required to remain in the taber- 
nacle seven days after consecration. 
Lev. 8 : 33—36. 
No blemished or defective persons 
could be consecrated. Lev. 21: 17 — 
23. 
Required to prove their genealogy 
before they exercised the office. 
Ezr. 2 : 62. Neh. 7 : 64. 
Garments of. 
The coat or tunic. Exo. 28: 40. Exo, 

39 : 27. 
The girdle. Exo. 28:40. 
The bonnet. Exo. 28 : 40. Exo. 39 : 

28. 
The linen breeches. Exo. 28: 42. 

Exo. 39 : 28. 
Worn at consecration. Exo. 29:9. 

Exo. 40:15. 
Worn always while engaged in the 

service of the tabernacle. Exo. 

28 : 43. Exo. 39 : 41. 
Worn by the high priest on the day 

of atonement. Lev. 16: 4. 
Purified by sprinkling of blood. 

Exo. 29:21. 
Laid up in holy chambers. Eze. 

44:19. 
Often provided by the people. Ezr. 

2 : 68. 69. Neh. 7 : 70, 72. 
Required to wash in the brazen laver 
before they performed their serv- 
ices. Exo. 30:18— 21. 
Services of; 
Keeping the charge of the taberna- 
cle, &c. Num. 18:1,5, 7. 
Covering the sacred things of the 

sanctuary before removal. Num. 

4 : 5-15. 
Ottering sacrifices. Lev. 1 ch. to 

Lev. 6ch. 2 Chr. 29: 34. 2 Chr. 

35:11. 
Lighting and trimming the lamps 

of the sanctuary. Exo. 27 : 20, 21. 

Lev. 24:3, 4. 
Keeping the sacred fire always 

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Burning incense, Exo. 30: 7, 8. 

Luke 1 : 9. 
Placing and removing show-bread. 

Lev. 24:5-9. 
Offering first-fruits. Lev. 23: 10, 11. 

Den. 26:3, 4. 
Blessing the people. Num. 6: 23— 27. 
Purifying the unclean. Lev. 1.5 : 30, 

31. 
Deciding in cases of jealousy. Num. 

5:14,15. 
Deciding in cases of leprosy. Lev. 

13:2-59. Lev. 14 : 34-45. 
Judging in cases of controversy. 

Deu. 17 : 8—13. Deu. 21 : 5. 
Teaching the law. Deu. 33: 8,10. 

Mai. 2:7. 
Blowing the trumpets on various 

occasions. Num. 10: 1 — 10. Jos, 

6:3,4. 
Carrying the ark. Jos. 3: 6, 17. 

Jos. 6:12. 
Encouraging the people when they 

went to war. Deu. 20:1 — 4. 
Valuing things devoted. Lev. 27 : 8. 
Were to live by the altar as they had 
no inheritance. Deu. 18: 1, 2. 1 Cor. 
9:13. 
Revenues of; 
Tenth of the tithes paid to the Le- 

vites. Num. 18:26, 28. Neh. 10: 

37, 38. Heb. 7 : 5. 
First-fruits. Num. 18: 8, 12, 13. 

Deu. 18:4. 
Redemption-money of the first- 
born. Num. 3: 48, 51. Num. 18: 15, 

16. 
First-born of animals or their sub- 
stitutes. Num. 18: 17, 18, with 

Exo. 13:12, 13. 
First of the wool of sheep. Deu. 18: 

4. 
Show-bread after its removal. Lev. 

24:9. 1 Sam. 21: 4-6. Mat. 12: 4. 
Part of all sacrifices. Lev. 7 : 6—10, 

31—34. Num. 6:19, 20. Num.18: 

8—11. Deu. 18:3. 
All devoted things. Num. 18: 14. 
All restitutions when the owner 

could not be found. Num. 5: 8. 
A fixed portion of the spoil taken 

in war. Num. 31 : 29, 41. 
Thirteen of the Levitical cities given 
to, for residence. 1 Chr. 6 : 57—60, 
with Num. 35:1—8. 
Might purchase and hold other lands 
in possession. 1 Kin. 2: 26. Jer. 
32 : 8, 9. 
Special laws respecting; 
Not to marry divorced or improper 

persons. Lev. 21 : 7. 
Not to defile themselves for the 
dead except the nearest of kin. 
Lev. 21 : 1—6. 
Not to drink wine, &c. while at- 
tending in the tabernacle. Lev. 
10:9. Eze. 44:21. 



Not to defile themselves by eating 

what died or was torn. Lev. 22 : 8. 
While unclean could not perform 

any service. Lev. 22: 1, 2, with 

Num. 19: 6, 7. 
While unclean could not eat of the 

holy things. Lev. 22: 3—7. 
No sojourner or hired servant to 

eat of their portion. Lev. 22:10. 
All bought and home-born ser- 
vants to eat of their portion. 

Lev. 22:11. 
Children of, married to strangers, 

not to eat of their portion. Lev. 

22:12. 
Restitution to be made to, by per 

sons ignorantly eating of their 

holy things. Lev. 22 : 14—16. 
Divided by David into twenty-four 
courses. 1 Chr. 24 : 1—19. 2 Chr. 8 : 
14. 2 Chr. 35 : 4, 5. 
The four courses which returned 
from Babylon subdivided into 
twenty-four. Ezr. 2: 36—39, with 
Luke 1 : 5. 
Each course of, bad its president or 
chief. 1 Chr. 24 : 6, 31. 2 Chr. .36 : 14. 
Services of, divided by lot. Luke 1 : 

9. 
Punishment for invading the ofiice of. 
Num. 16: 1—35. Num. 18: 7. 2 Chr. 
26:16-21. 
On special occasions persons not of 
Aaron's family acted as. Jud. 6: 
24-27. ISam. 7:9. 1 Kin. 18:33. 
Were sometimes 
Greedy. 1 Sam. 2: 13-17. 
Drunken. Isa. 28:7. 
Profane and wicked. 1 Sam. 2:22 

-24. 
Unjust. Jer. 6:13. 
Corrupters of the law. Isa. 28:7, 

with Mai. 2:8. 
Slow to sanctify themselves for 

God's service. 2 Chr. 29 : 34. 
Generally participated in punish- 
ment of the people. Jer. 14: 18. 
Lam. 2 : 20. 
Made of the lowest of the people by 
Jeroboam and others. 1 Kin. 12 
31. 2 Kin. 17:32. 
Services of, ineffectual for removing 

sin. Heb. 7:11. Heb. 10:11. 
Illustrative of 
Christ. Heb. 10: 11, 12. 
Saints. Exo. 19 : 6. 1 Pet. 2 : 9. 

Prisons. 

Antiquity of. Gen. 39: 20. 
Kinds of, mentioned; 

State. Jer. 37 : 21, with Gen. 39 : 2a 

Common. Acts 5: 18. 
Dungeons attached to. Jer. 38: 6, 

Zee. 9:11. 
Were under the care of a keeper. 

Gen. 39:21. 



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DisED FOR CONFINING 

Persons accused of crimes. Luke 

23 : 19. 
fersons accused of heresy. Acts 4 : 

3. Acts 5: 18. Acts 8: 3. 
ouspected persous. Gen. 42 : 19. 
Condemaed criminals till executed. 

Lev. 24:12. Acts 12: 4, 5. 
Enemies taken captive. Jud. 16: 

21. 2 Kin. 17: 4. Jer. 52:11. 
Debtors till they paid. Mat. 5:26. 

Mat. 18:30. 
Persons under the king's dis- 
pleasure. 1 Kin. 22: 27. 2 Chr. 

10:10. Mar. 6:17. 
Confinement in, often awarded as a 

punishment. Ezr. 7 : 26. 
Confinement in, considered a severe 

punishment. Luke 22 : 33. 
Places used as; 
Court of the kind's house. Jer. 32 : 2. 
House of tlie king's scribe. Jer. 

37 : 13. 
House of the captain of the guard. 

Gen. 40: 3. 
Prisoner's own house, where' he 

was kept bound to a soldier. 

Acts 28: 16, 30, with 2 Tim. 1 : 16— 

18. 
The king had power to commit to. 

1 Kin. 22 : 27. 
Magistrates had power to commit to. 

Mat. 5 : 25. 
Persons confined in, 
Said to bo in ward. Lev. 24 : 12. 
Said to be in hold. Acts 4 : 3. 
Often placed in dungeons. Jer. 38: 

6. Acts 16: 24. 
Often bound with fetters. Gen. 42 : 

19. Eze. 19:9. Mar. 6:17. 
Often chained to two soldiers. 

Acts 12: 6. 
Often fastened in stocks. Jer. 29:26. 

Acts 16 : 24. 
Often kept to hard labor. Jud. 16: 

21. 
Often subjected to extreme suffer- 
ing. Psa. 79:11. Psa. 102:20. Psa. 

105: 18. {marg.) 
Fed on bread and water. 1 Kin. 22: 

27. 
Clothed in prison dress. 2 Kin, 25 : 

29. 
Sometimes allowed to be visited by 

their friends. Mat. 11: 2. Mat. 

25 : 36. Acts 24 : 23. 
Might have their condition amelio- 
rated by the king. Jer. 37 : 20, 21. 
Often executed in. Gen. 40:22. Mat. 

14 : 10. 
The king had power to release from. 

Gen. 40:21. 
Magistrates had power to release 

lirom. Acts 16: 35, 36. 
Keepers of. 
Strictly guarded the doors. Acts 

12:6. 



Responsible for the prisoners. Acts 

16:23,27. 
Put to death if prisoners escaped. 

Acts 12 : 19. 
Often used severity. Jer. 37 : 16, 20, 

Acts 16:24. 
Sometimes acted kindly. Gen. 39: 

21. Acts 16: 33, 34. 
Sometimes entrusted the care of 

the prison to well-conducted 

prisoners. Gen. 39 : 22, 23. 
Illustrative of 
Deep afflictions. Psa. 142:7. 
Hell. Rev. 20: 7. 
Bondage to sin and Satan. Isa 42 

7. Isa. 49:9. Isa. 61:1. 

Privileges of Saints. 

Abiding in Christ. Jno. 15 : 4, 5. 
Partaking of the divine nature. 2 

Pet. 1 : 4. 
Access to God by Christ. Eph. 3 : 12. 
Being of the household of God. Eph. 

2 : 19. 
Membership with the Church of the 

first-born. Heb. 12: 23. 
Having 
Christ for their Shepherd. Isa. 40: 

11, with Jno. 10: 14,16. 
Christ for their Intercessor. Rom. 

8:34. Heb. 7:25. 1 Jno. 2:1. 
The promises of God. 2 Cor. 7: 1. 
2 Pet. 1:4. 
The possession of all things. 1 Cor. 

3: 21,22. 
All things working together for their 
good. Rom. 8 : 28. 2 Cor. 4 : 15—17. 
Their names written in the book of 

life. Rev. 13: 8. Rev. 20: 15. 
Having God foe theie 
King. Psa. 5:2. Psa. 44: 4. Isa. 

44: 6. 
Glory. Psa. 3:3. Isa. 60: 19. 
Salvation. Psa. 18:2. Psa. 27: 1. 

Isa. 12:2. 
Father. Deu. 32: 6. Isa. 63: 16. 

Isa. 64: 8. 
Redeemer. Psa. 19:14. Isa. 43:14. 
Friend. 2 Chr. 20: 7, with Jas. 2: 

23. 
Helper. Psa. 33 : 20. Heb. 13 : 6. 
Keeper. Psa. 121 : 4, 5. 
Deliverer. 2 Sam. 22: 2. Psa. 18: 2. 
Strength. Psa. 18: 2. Psa. 27: 1. 

Psa. 46:1. 
Refuge. Psa. 46 : 1, 11. Isa. 25 : 4. 
Shield. Gen. 15:1. Psa. 84:11. 
Tower. 2 Sam. 22 : 3. Psa. 61 : 3. 
Light. Psa. 27:1. Isa. 60:19. Hie. 

7:8. 
Guide. Psa. 48:14. Isa. .58: 11. 
Law-giver. Neh. 9:13, 14. Isa. 33: 

22 
Habitation. Psa. 90 : 1. Psa. 91 : 9. 
Portion. Psa. 73:26. Lam. 3: 24. 
Union in God and Christ, Jno. 17: 
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Committing themselves to God. Psa, 

31 : 5. Acts 7 : 59. 2 Tim. 1 : 12. 
Calling upoa God in trouble. Psa. 

50: 15. 
Suffering for Christ. Acts 5 : 41. Phi 

1:29. 
Profiting by chastisement. Psa, 119: 

67. Heb. 12:10, 11. 
Secure during public calamities. Job 

5 : 20, 23. Psa. 27 : 1—5. Psa. 91 : 5 

—10. 
Interceding for others. Gen. 18 : 23— 

33. Jas. 5 : 16. 

Procrastination. 

Condemned by Christ. Luke 9: 59 

-62. 
Saints avoid. Psa. 27: 8. Psa. 119: 

60. 

To BE AVOIDED IN 

Hearkening to God. Psa. 95: 7, 8, 

with Heb. 3: 7, 8. 
Seeking God. Isa. 55: 6. 
Glorifying God. Jer. 13 : 16. 
Keeping God's commandments. 

Psa. 119:60. 
Making offerings to God. Exo. 22: 

29. 
Performance of vows. Deu. 23: 21, 

Ecc. 5:4. 
Motives for avoiding; 
The present the accepted time. 2 

Cor. 6:2. 
The present the best time. Ecc. 

12:1. 
The uncertainty of life. Pro. 27 : 1. 
Danger of, illustrated. Mat, 5: 25. 

Luke 13 : 25. 
Exemplified. Lo^ Gen. 19: 16. Felix, 
Acts 24 : 25. 

Promises of God, The. 

Contained in the Scriptures. Rom, 

1:2. 
Made in Christ, Eph, 3 : 6, 2 Tim. 

1:1. 
Made to 
Christ. Gal, 3 : 16, 19. 
Abraham, Gen, 12: 3, 7, with Gal, 

3: 16, 
Isaac, Gen. 26: 3, 4. 
Jacob. Gen. 28:14. 
David. 2 Sam. 7:12. Psa. 89: 3, 4, 

35, 36. 
The Israelites. Rom. 9: 4. 
The Fathers. Acts 13 : 32, Acts 26: 

6,7. 
All who are called of God, Acts 2: 

39. 
Those who love Him. Jas. 1: 12. 
Jas. 2 : 5. 
Confirmed by an oath. Psa, 89:3, 4, 

Heb. 6:17. 
The covenant established upon. Heb. 

God is faithful to. Tit. 1 : 2. Heb. 
10:23. 



God remembers, Psa. 105:42. Luke 
1 : 54, 55, 

Good, 1 Kin. 8:56. 
Holy. Psa. 105:42. 
Exceeding great and precious. 2 

Pet. 1:4. 
Confirmed in Christ. Rom. 15:8, 
Yea and amen in Christ. 2 Cor, 1 : 

20. 
Fulfilled in Christ. 2 Sam. 7, 12, 

with Acts 13: 23. Luke 1: 69—73, 
Through the righteousness of faith, 

Rom. 4:13, 16. 
Obtained through faith. Heb. 11 

33. 
Given to those who believe. Gal. 3 

22. 
Inherited through faith and pa 

tience, Heb. 6: 12, 15. Heb. 10 

36. 
Performed in due season. Jer. 33 

14. Acts 7: 17. Gal. 4:4. 
Not one shall fail. Jos, 23: 14, 1 Kin. 

8 : .56. 
The law not against. Gal. 3: 21. 
The law could not disannul. Gal. 3: 

17. 
Subjects of; 
Christ. 2 Sam. 7 : 12, 13, with Acts 

13 : 22, 23. 
The Holy Ghost, Acts 2:33, Eph. 

1:13. 
The gospel. Rom. 1:1, 2, 
Life in Christ. 2 Tim, 1:1, 
A crown of life. Jas. 1 : 12, 
Eternal life. Tit, 1 : 2, 1 Juo, 2: 

25, 
The life that now is, 1 Tim. 4 : 8. 
Adoption. 2 Cor. 6: 18, with 2 Cor, 

7:1. 
Preservation in affliction, Isa. 43: 2. 
Blessing. Deu. 1 : 11. 
Forgiveness of sins. Isa, 1 : 18. Heb. 

8:12. 
Putting the law into the heart. 

Jer. 31 : 33, with Heb. 8: 10. 
Second coming of Christ. 2 Pet. 3 

4. 
New heavens and earth. 2 Pet. 3 : 13. 
Entering into rest. Jos. 22: 4, with 

Heb. 4:1. 
Should lead to perfecting holiness. 2 

Cor. 7:1. 
The inheritance of the saints is of, 

Rom. 4: 13. GaL3:18, 
Saints 
Children of. Rom. 9:8. Gal, 4:28, 
Heirs of. Gal, 3: 29. Heb, 6: 17, 

Heb, 11 : 9. 
Stagger not at, Rom. 4: 20. 
Have implicit confidence in. Heb. 

11:11. 
Expect the performance of. Luke 
^ 1 : 38, 45. 2 Pet. 3 : 13. 
Sometimes, through infirmity, 
tempted to doubt. Psa. 77 : 8, 10. 



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Plead, in prayer. Geu. 32:9,12. 1 
Chr. 17 : 23, 26. Isa. 43 : 26. 
Should wait for the performance of. 

Acts 1 : 4. 
Gentiles shall be partakers of. Eph. 

3:6. 
Man, by nature, has no interest in. 

Eph. 2 : 12. 
Scoffers despise. 2 Pet. 3 : 3, 4. 
Fear, lest ye come short of. Heb. 4:1. 

Prophecies Respecting Christ. 

As the Sou of God. Psa. 2:7. Ful- 
filled, Luke 1 : .32, 35. 

As the seed of the woman. Gen. 3 : 15. 
Fulfilled Gal. 4:4. 

As the seed of Abraham. Gen. 17:7. 
Gen. 22 : 18. Fulfilled, Gal. 3 : 16. 

As the seed of Isaac. Gen. 21 : 12. 
Fulfilled, Heb. 11:17— 19. 

As the seed of David. Psa. 132: 11. 
Jer. 23: .i. Fulfilled, Acts 13: 23. 
Rom. 1 : 3. 

His coming at a set time. Gou. 49 : 10. 
Dan. 9 : 24, 25. Fulfilled, Luke 2:1. 

His being born of a virgin. Isa. 7: 14. 
Fulfilled, Mat. 1 : 18. Luke 2: 7. 

His being called Immanuel. Isa. 7: 
14. Fulfilled, Mat. 1 : 22, 23. 

His being born in Bethlehem of 
Judea. Mic. 5:2. Fulfilled, Mat. 2: 
1. Luke 2: 4-6. 

Great persons coming to adore Him. 
Psa. 72 : 10. Fulfilled, Mat. 2:1-11. 

The slaying of the children of Bethle- 
hem. Jer. 31:15. Fulfilled, Mat. 2: 
16-18. 

His being called out of Egypt. Hos. 
11:1. Fulfilled, Mat. 2:15. 

His being preceded by John the Bap- 
tist. Isa. 40:. 3. Mai. 3: 1. Ful- 
filled. Mat. 3:1, 3. Luke 1:17. 

His being anointed with the Spirit. 
Psa. 45: 7. Isa. 11: 2. Isa. 61:1. 
Fulfilled, Mat. 3: 16. Jno. 3: 34. 
Acts 10: 38. 

His being a Prophet like unto Moses. 
Deu. 18:1.5-18. Fulfilled, Acts 3: 
20-22. 

His being a Priest after the order of 
Melchizedek. Psa. 110:4. Fulfilled, 
Heb. 5:5,6. 

His entering on His public ministry. 
Isa. 61 : 1, 2. Fulfilled, Luke 4 : 16— 
21,43. 

His ministry commencing in Galilee. 
Isa. 9:1, 2. Fulfilled, Mat. 4: 12— 
16, 23. 

His entering publicly into Jerusa- 
lem. Zee. 9:9. Fulfilled, Mat. 21 : 
1-5. 

His coming into the temple. Hag. 2: 
7,9. Mai. 3:1. Fulfilled, Mat. 21: 
12. Luke 2 : 27-32. Jno. 2 : 13-16. 

His poverty. Isa. 53: 2. Fulfilled. Mar. 
6:3. Luke 9:58. 



His meekness and want of ostenta- 
tion. Isa. 42:2. Fulfilled, Mat. 12: 

15, 16, 19. 
His tenderness and compassion. Isa. 

40:11. Isa. 42:3. Fulfilled, Mat. 12: 

15,20. Heb. 4:15. 
His being without guile. Isa. .53:9. 

Fulfilled, 1 Pet. 2:22. 
His zeal. Psa. 69:9. Fulfilled, Jno. 2: 

17. 
His preaching by parables. Psa. 78: 

2. Fulfilled, Mat. 13:34, 35. 
His working miracles. Isa. 35:5,6. 

Fulfilled, Mat. 11 : 4-6. Jno. 11 : 47. 
His bearing reprc>ach. Psa. 22 : 6. Psa. 

69 : 7, 9, 20. Fulfilled, Rom. 15 : 3. 
His being rejected by His brethren. 

Psa. 69:8. Isa. 63:3. Fulfilled, 

Jno. 1:11. Jno. 7:3. 
His being a stone of stumbling to the 

Jews. Isa. 8 : 14. Fulfilled, Rom. 9 : 

32. 1 Pet. 2 : 8. 
His being hated by the Jews. Psa. 

69 : 4. Isa. 49 : 7. Fulfilled, Jno. 15 : 

24, 25. 
His being rejected by the Jewisli 

rulers. Psa. 118:22. Fulfilled, Mat. 

21 : 42. Jno. 7 : 48. 
That tlie Jews and Gentiles should 

combine against Him. Psa. 2:1,2. 

Fulfilled, Luke 23 : 12. Acts 4 : 27. 
His being betrayed by a friend. Psa. 

41:9. Psa. 55: 12—14. Fulfilled, 

Jno. 13:18,21. 
His disciples forsaking Him. Zee. 13: 

7. Fulfilled, Mat. 26:31,56. 
His being sold for thirty pieces of 

silver. Zee. 11 : 12. Fulfilled, Mat. 26: 

15. 
His price being given for the potter's 

field. Zee. 11 : 13. Fulfilled, Mat. 

27:7. 
The intensity of His sufferings. Psa. 

22: 14, 15. Fulfilled, Luke 22: 42, 44. 
His sufferings being for others. Isa. 

,53 : 4—6, 12. Dan. 9 : 26. Fulfilled, 

Mat. 20 : 28. 
His patience and silence under suf- 
ferings. Isa. .53:7. Fulfilled, Mat. 

26:63. Mat. 27:12-14. 
His being smitten on the cheek. 

Mic. 5 : 1. Fulfilled, Mat. 27 : 30. 
His visage being marred. Isa. 52: 14. 

Isa. .53 : 3. Fulfilled, Jno. 19 : .5. 
His being spitted on and scourged. 

Isa. .50: 6. Fulfilled, Mar. 14: 6.5. 

Jno. 19:1. 
His bands and feet being nailed to 

the cross. Psa. 22: 16. Fulfilled, 

Jno. 19:18. Jno. 20:25. 
His being forsaken by God. Psfi. 22: 

1. Fulfilled, Mat. 27:46. 
His being mocked. Psa. 22: 7, 8. Ful- 
filled, Mat. 27: 39-44. 
Gall and vinegar being given Him to 

drink. Psa. 69:21. Fulfilled, Mat. 

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His garments being parted, and lots 
cast for His vesture. Psa. 22 : 18. 
Fulfilled, Mat. 27 : 35. 

His being numbered with the trans- 
gressors. Isa. 53: 12. Fulfilled, 
Mar. l.-):28. 

His intercession for His murderers. 
Isa. 53:12. Fulfilled, Luke 23: 34. 

His death. Isa. .53: 12. Fulfilled. 
Mat. 27 : 50. 

That a bone of Him should not be 
broken. Exo. 12: 46. Psa. 34: 20. 
Fulfilled, Jno. 19:33,36. 

His being pierced. Zee. 12: 10. Ful- 
filled, Jno. 19: 34, 37. 

His being buried with the rich. Isa. 
53 : 9. Fulfilled, Mat. 27 : 57 -60. 

His flesh not seeing corruption. Psa. 
16:10. Fulfilled, Acts 2: 31. 

His resurrection. Psa. 16: 10. Isa. 
26 : 19. Fulfilled, Luke 24 : 6, 31, 34. 

His ascension. Psa. 68: 18. Ful- 
filled, Luke 24 : 51. Acts 1 : 9. 

His sitting on the right hand of God. 
Psa. 110 : 1. Fulfilled, Heb. 1:3. 

His exercising the priestly office in 
heaven. Zee. 6: 13. Fulfilled, Rom. 
8:34. 

His beiug the chief corner-stone of 
the Church. Isa. 28:16. Fulfilled, 
1 Pet. 2 : 6j 7. 

His being King in Zion. Psa. 2: 6. 
Fulfilled, Luke 1 : 32. Jno. 18: 33— 
37. 

The conversion of the Gentiles to 
Him. Isa. 11:10. Isa. 42: 1. Ful- 
filled, Mat. 1: 17, 21. Jno. 10: 16. 
Acts 10:45, 47. 

His righteous government. Psa. 45: 
6,7. Fulfilled, Jno. 5:. 30. Rev. 19: 
11. 

His universal dominion. Psa. 72: 8. 
Dan. 7 : 14. Fulfilled, Phi. 2 : 9, 11. 

The perpetuity of His kingdom. Isa. 
9:7. Dan. 7: 14. Fulfilled, Luke 
1 : 32, 33. 

Prophecy. 

Is the foretelling of future events. 

Gen. 49:1. Num. 24: 14. 
God is the Author of. Isa. 44: 7. Isa. 

45:21. 
God gives, through Christ. Rev. 1 : 1. 
A gift of Christ. Eph. 4: 11. Rev. 

11 : 3. 
A gift of the Holy Ghost. 1 Cor. 12: 

10. 
Came not by the will of man. 2 Pet. 

1:21. 
Given from the beginning. Luke 1 : 

70. 
Is a sure word. 2 Pet. 1 : 19. 
They who uttered. 

Raised up by God. Amos 2 : 11. 

Ordained by God. 1 Sam. 3: 20. 
Jer. 1 : 5. 



Sent by God. 2 Chr. 36 : 15. Jer, 7 : 
25. 

Sent by Christ. Mat. 23 : 34. 

Filled with the Holy Ghost. Luke 
1:67. 

Moved by the Holy Ghost. 2 Pet. 
1:21. 

Spake by the Holy Ghost. Acts 1: 
16. Acts 11 : 28. Acts 28 : 25. 

Spake in the name of the Lord. 2 
Chr. 33:18. Jas. 5: 10. 

Spake with authority. 1 Kin. 17:1, 
God accomplishes. Isa. 44 : 26. Acts 

3:18. 
Christ the great subject of. Acts 3: 

22—24. Acts 10 : 43. 1 Pet. 1 : 10, 11. 
Fulfilled respecting Christ. Luke 24: 

44. 
Gift of, promised. Joel 2: 28, with 

Acts 2: 16, 17. 
Is for the benefit of after ages, 1 

Pet. 1 : 12. 
Is as a light in a dark place. 2 Pet, 

1:19. 
Is not of private interpretation. 2 

Pet. 1 : 20. 
Despise- not. 1 The. 5 : 20. 
Give heed to. 2 Pet. 1:19. 
Receive in faith. 2 Chr. 20 : 20. Luke 

24 : 25. 
Blessedness of reading, hearing, and 

keeping. Rev. 1 : 3. Rev. 22 : 7. 
Guilt of pretending to the gift of. 

Jer. 14 : 14, Jer. 23 : 13, 1 1. Eze. 13 : 

2,3. 
Punishment foe 

Not giving ear to. Neh 9:30. 

Adding to, or taking from. Rev. 
22 : 18, 19. 

Pretending to the gift of. Deu. 18: 
20. Jer. 14:15. Jer. 23:15. 
Gift of, sometimes possessed by un- 
converted men. Num. 24: 2 — 9. 1 

Sam. 19:20, 23. Mat. 7: 22. Jno, 

11: 49—51. ICor. 13:2. 
How tested. Deu. 13:1-3. Deu, 18: 

22. 

Prophets. 

God spake of old by. Hos. 12 : 10. 

Heb. 1:1. 
The messengers of God. 2 Chr. 36; 

15. Isa. 44: 26. 
The servants of God. Jer. 35 : 15. 
The watchmen of Israel. Eze. 3: 17. 
Were called 

Men of God. 1 Sam. 9: 6. 

Prophets of God. Ezr. 5 : 2. 

Holy prophets. Luke 1 : 70. Rev. 
18 : 20. Rev. 22 : 6. 

Holy men of God. 2 Pet. 1:21. 

Seers. 1 Sam. 9: 9. 
Were esteemed as holy men. 2 Kin. 

4:9. 
Women sometimes endowed as. Joe) 

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God communicated to, 
His secret things. Amos 3: 7, 
At sundry times and in divers ways. 

Heb. 1 : 1. 
By an audible voice. Num. 12:8. 1 

Sam. 3:4-14. 
By anstols. Dan.8: 15—26. Rev. 22: 

8, 9. 
By dreams and visions. Num.12: 

6. Joel 2 : 28. 
Were under the influence of the Holy 
Ghost while prophesying. Luke 1 : 
67. 2 Pet. 1 : 21. 
Spake in the name of the Lord. 2 
Chr. 33 : 18. Eze. 3 : 11. Jas. 5 : 10. 
Frequently spake in parables and 
riddles. 2 Sam. 12:1—6. Isa. 5: 
1-7. Eze. 17:2-10. 
Frequently in their actions, &c. were 
made signs to the people. Isa. 20: 
2-4. Jer. 19: 1, 10, 11. Jer. 27 : 2, 3. 
Jer. 43 : 9. Jer. 51 : 63. Eze. 4 : 1—13. 
Eze. 5:1— 4. Eze. 7 : 2.3. Eze. 12: 
3-7. Eze. 21 : 6, 7. Eze. 24: 1-24. 
Hos. 1 : 2—9. 
Frequently left without divine com- 
munications on account of sins of 
the people. 1 Sam. 28:6. Lam. 2: 
9. Eze. 7 : 26. 
Were required 
To be bold and undaunted. Eze. 2: 

6. Eze. 3:8,9. 
To be vigilant and faithful. Eze. 

3:17—21. 
To receive with attention all God's 

communications. Eze. 3:10. 
Not to speak anything but what 

they received from God. Deu. 18 : 

20. 
To declare everything that the 

Lord commanded. Jer. 26:2. 
Sometimes received divine communi- 
cations and uttered predictions un- 
der great bodily and mental excite- 
ment. Jer. 23:9. Eze. 3:14, 15. 
Dan. 7:28. Dan. 10:8. Hab. 3:2, 
16. 
Sometimes uttered their predictions 

inverse. Deu. 32:44. Isa. 5:1. 
Often accompanied by music while 
predicting. 1 Sam. 10:5. 2 Kin. 
3: 15. 
Often committed their predictions 
to writing. 2 Chr. 21 : 12. Jer. 36: 
2. 
Writings of, read in the synagogues 
every Sabbath. Luke 4: 17. Acts 
13:15. 
Ordinary, 
Numerous in Israel. 1 Sam. 10:5. 

1 Kin. 18:4. 
Trained up and instructed in 

schools. 2 Kin. 2:3, 5, with 1 

Sara. 19:20. 
The sacred bards of the Jews. Exo. 

15 : 20, 21. 1 Sam. 10 : 5, 10. 1 Chr. 

25:1. 



Extraordinary, 
Specially raised up on occasions of 
emergency. 1 Sam. 3: 19—21. Isa. 
6 : 8, 9. Jer. 1 : 5. 
Often endued with miraculous 
power. Exo. 4 : 1—4. 1 Kin. 17 : 
2,3. 2 Kin. 5:3-8. 
Frequently married men. 2 Kin. 4: 

1. Eze. 24:18. 
Wore a coarse dress of hair-cloth. 2 
Kin. 1:8. Zee. 13:4. Mat. 3:4. 
Rev. 11:3. 
Often led a wandering and unsettled 
life. 1 Kin. 18: 10—12. 1 Kin. 19: 3, 
8,15. 2 Kin. 4:10. 
Simple in their manner of life. Mat. 

3:4. 
The historiographers of the Jewish 
nation. 1 Chr. 29 : 29. 2 Chr. 9 : 29. 
The interpreters of dreams, &c. Dan. 

1:17. 
Were consulted in all difficulties. 1 
Sam. 9:6. 1 Sam. 28: 15. 1 Kin. 14: 
2-4. 1 Kin. 22: 7. 
Presented with gifts by those who 
consulted them. 1 Sam. 9:7,8. 1 
Kin. 14:3. 
Sometimes thought it right to reject 

presents. 2 Kin. 5 : 15, 16. 
Were sent to 
Reprove the wicked and exhort to 
repentance. 2 Kin. 17:13. 2 Chr, 
24 : 19. Jer. 25 : 4, 5. 
Denounce the wickedness of kings, 
1 Sam. 15: 10, 16-19. 2 Sam. 12: 
7—12. 1 Kin. 18: 18. 1 Kin. 21: 
17-22. 
Exhort to faithfulness and con- 
stancy in God's service. 2 Chr. 
15:1, 2, 7. 
Predict the coming, &c. of Christ. 
Luke 24: 44. Jno. 1 : 45. Acts 3: 
24. Acts 10: 43. 
Predict the downfall of nations. 
Isa. 15: 1. Isa. 17: 1, &e. Jer. 
47 ch. to Jer. 51 ch. 
Felt deeply on account of the calam- 
ities which they predicted. Isa. 16: 
9—11. Jer. 9: 1—7. 
Predictions of. 
Frequently proclaimed at the gate 

of the Lord's house. Jer. 7 ; 2. 
Proclaimed in the cities and 

streets. Jer. 11 : 6. 
Written on tables and fixed up in 

some public place. Hab. 2 : 2. 
Written on rolls and read to the 

people. Isa. 8: 1. Jer. 36: 2. 
Were all fulfilled. 2 Kin. 10: 10. 
Isa. 44:26. Acts 3: 18. Rev. 10: 7. 
Assisted the Jews in their great na- 
tional undertakings. Ezr. 5 : 2. 
Mentioned in Scripture ; 
.Enoch. Gen. 5: 21—24, with Jude 

14 V. 
Noah. Gen. 9:25— 27, 
Jacob. Gen. 49:1, 



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Aaron. Exo. 7: 1. 

Moses. Deu. 18:18. 

Miriam. Exo. 15: 20. 

Deborah. Jud. 4 : 4. 

PropLiet sent to Israel. Jud. 6:8, 

Prophet sent to Eli. 1 Sam. 2: 27 

Samuel. 1 Sam. 3:20. 

David. Psa. 16: 8—11, with Acts 2 

2.-) : 30. 
Nathan. 2 Sam. 7:2. 2 Sam. 12 

1. 1 Kin. 1:10. 
Zadok. 2 Sam. 15: 27. 
Gad. 2 Sam. 24: 11. IChr. 29:29. 
Ahijah. 1 Kin. 11: 29. 1 Kin. 12: 

15. 2Chr. 9: 29. 
Prophet of Judah. 1 Kin. 13 : 1. 
Iddo. 2 Chr. 9 : 29. 2 Chr. 12 : 15. 
Shemaiah. 1 Kin. 12: 22. 2 Chr. 

12:7, 15, 
Azariah the son of Oded. 2 Chr. 

15:2,8. 
Hanani. 2 Chr. 16:7. 
Jehu the son of Hanani. 1 Kin. 16: 

1, 7, 12. 
Elijah. 1 Kin. 17:1. 
Elisha. 1 Kin. 19: 16. 
Micaiah the son of Imlah. 1 Kin. 

22:7, 8. 
Jonah. 2 Kin. 14: 25. Jon. 1: 1. 

Mat. 12:39. 
Isaiah. 2 Kin. 19:2. 2 Chr. 26:22. 

Isa. 1:1. 
Hosea. Hos. 1: 1. 
Amos. Amos 1:1. Amos 7; 14, 15. 
Micah. Mic. 1: 1. 
Oded. 2 Chr. 28: 9. 
Nahum. Nah. 1: 1. 
Joel. Joell: 1. Acts 2: 16. 
Zephaniah. Zep. 1:1. 
Huldah. 2 Kin. 22:14. 
Jeduthun. 2 Chr. 35 : 15. 
Jeremiah. 2 Chr. 36: 12, 21. Jar. 

1:1, 2. 
Habakkuk. Hab. 1:1. 
Obadiah. Oba.lv. 
Ezekiel. Eze. 1 : 3. 
Daniel. Dan. 12: 11, with Mat. 

24: 15. 
Hai,'gai. Ezr. 5: 1. Ezr. 6: 14. Hag. 

1:1. 
Zechariah son of Iddo. Ezr. 5: 1. 

Zee. 1:1. 
Malaehi. Mai. 1:1. 
Zacharias the father of John. Luke 

1: 67. 
Anna. Luke 2: 36. 
Asabus. Acts 11 : 28. Acts 21 : 10. 
Daughters of Philip. Acts 21 : 9. 
Paul. 1 Tim. 4:1. 
Peter. 2Pet. 2:1, 2. 
John. Rev. 1: 1. 
One generally attached to the king's 
household. 2 Sam. 24 : 11. 2 Chr. 
29:25. 2 Chr. 35:15. 
The Jews 
Require to hear and believe. Deu. 

18:15, with 2 Chr. 20:20. 



Often tried to make them speak 
smooth things. 1 Kin. 22: 13. 
Isa. 30:10. Amos 2: 12. 
Persecuted them. 2 Chr. 36: 16. 

Mat. 5 : 12. 
Often imprisoned them. 1 Kin. 22: 

27. Jer. 32 : 2. Jer. .37 : 15, 16. 
Often put them to death. 1 Kin. 
18: 13. 1 Kin. 19: 10. Mat. 23: 
34-37. 
Often left without, on account of 
sin. 1 Sam. 3: 1. Psa. 74: 9. Amos 
8: 11, 12. 
Were mighty through faith. Heb. 

11 : 32-40. 
Great patience of, under suffering. 

Jas. 5 : 10. 
God avenged all injuries done to. 
2 Kin. 9: 7. 1 Chr. 16:21,22. Mat. 
23 : 35—38. Luke 11 : 50. 
Christ predicted to exercise the office 

of. Deu. 18 : 15, with Acts 3 : 22. 
Christ exercised the office of. Mat. 
24 ch. Mar. 10:32-34. 

Prophets, False. 

Pretended to be sent by God. Jer. 

23:17,18,31. 
Not sent or commissioned by God. 

Jer. 14 : 14. Jer. 23 : 21. Jer. 29 : 31. 
Made use of by God to prove Israel. 

Deu. 13:3. 
Described as 

Light and treacherous. Zep. 3:4. 

Covetous. Mic. 3:11. 

Crafty. Mat. 7 : 15. 

Drunken. Isa. 28:7. 

Immoral and profane. Jer. 23:11, 
14. 
Women sometimes acted as. Neh. 

6:14. Rev. 2:20. 
Called foolish prophets. Eze. 13 : 3. 
Compared to foxes in the desert. 

Eze. 13:4. 
Compared to wind. Jer. 5:13. 
Influenced by evil spirits. 1 Kin. 22: 

21 22. 
Prophesied 

Falsely. Jer. 5:31. 

Lies in the name of the Lord. Jer. 
14:14. 

Out of their own heart. Jer. 23: 
16. 26. Eze. 13 : 2. 

In tlie name of false gods. Jer. 2 : 
8. 

Peace, when there was no peace. 
Jer. 6:14. Jer. 23: 17. Eze. 13: 
10. Mic. 3:5. 
Often practised divination and witch- 
craft. Jer.l4 : 14. Eze. 22 : 28.Actsl3 : 6. 
Often pretended to dreams, &c. Jer, 

23 : 28, 32. 
Often deceived by God as a judgment. 

Eze. 14 : 9. 
The people 

Led into error by. Jer. 23 : 13. Mic. 
3:5. 



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Made to forget God's name by. Jer. 

23 : 27. 
Deprived of God's word by. Jer. 

23:30. 
Taught profaneness and sin by. 

Jer. 23:14, If). 
Oppressed and defrauded by. Eze. 

22 : 25. 
Warned not to listen to. Deu. 13: 

3. Jer. 23 : 16. Jer. 27 : 9, 15, 16. 
Encouraged and praised. Jer. 5 : 

31. Luke 6: 26. 
Mode of trying and detecting. Deu. 
13:1,2. Deu. 18: 21, 22. iJno. 4: 
1-3. 
Predicted to arise 
Before destruction of Jerusalem. 

Mat. 24:11,24. 
lu the latter times. 2 Pet. 2 : 1. 
Judgments denounced against. Je''. 
8:1,2. Jer. 14:15. Jer. 28:16,17. 
Jer. 29 : 32. 
Involved the people in their own 
ruin. Isa. 9: 15, 16. Jer. 20: 6. Eze. 
14 : 10. 

Proselytes. 

Described. Est. 8:17. Isa. 56:3. 
Required 
To give up all heathen practices. 

Ezr. 6:21. 
To give up all heathen associates. 
Ruth 1 : 16. Ruth 2 : 11. Psa. 45 : 
10. Luke 14 : 20. 
To be circumcised. Gen. 17: 13,* 
with Exo. 12:48. 
• To enter into convenant to serve 
the Lord. Deu. 29: 10— 13, with 
Neb. 10:28.29. 
To observe the law of Moses as 
Jews. Exo. 12: 49. 
Unfaithfulness in, punished. Eze. 

14:7. 
From the Ammonites and Moabites 
restricted forever from holding 
oftice in the congregation. Deu. 
23 : 3. 
Frt)m the Egyptians and Edomites 
restricted to tlie third generation 
from holding office in the congre- 
gation. Deu. 23: 7, 8. 
Were entitled to all privileges. Exo. 

12:48. Isa. 56:3— 7. 
Went up to the feasts. Acts 2: 10. 

Acts 8: 27. 
Pharisees, &c. zealous in making. 

Mat. 23: 15. 
Many, embraced the gospel. Acts 6: 

5. Acts 13 : 43. 
Latterly called devout Greeks. Juo. 
12 : 20, with Acts 17 : 4. 

Protection. 

God is able to afford. 1 Pet. 1 : 5. 

Jude24. 
God is faithful to afford. IThe. 5: 

23,24. 2 The. 3:3. 



Op God, is 

Indispensable. Psa. 127 : 1. 

Seasonable. Psa. 46:1. 

Unfailing. Deu. 31 : 6, Jos. 1 : 5. 

Effectual. Jno. 10: 28-30. 2 Cor. 
12:9. 

Uninterrupted. Psa. 121:3. 

Encouraging. Isa. 41: 10. Isa. 50:7. 

Perpotual. Psa. 121 : 8. 

Often alforded through means in- 
ade(iuato in themselves. Jud. 7: 
7. 1 Sam. 17 : 45, 50. 2 Chr. 14 : II. 

Is AFFORDED TO 

Those who hearken to God. Pro. 1: 

33. 
Returning sinners. Job 22 : 23, 25, 
The perfect in heart. 2 Chr. 16: 9. 
The poor. Psa. 14 : 6. Psa. 72 : 12— 

14. 
The oppressed. Psa. 9:9. 
The Church. Psa. 48 : 3. Zee. 2:4,5. 

Is VOUCHSAFED TO SAINTS, IN 

Preserving them. Psa. 145: 20. 
Strengthening them. 2 Tim. 4: 17. 
Upholding them. Psa. 37: 17, 24. 

Psa. 63:8. 
Keeping their feet. 1 Sam. 2:]9. 

Pro. 3 : 26. 
Keeping them from evil. 2 The. 3 : 3. 
Keeping them from falling. Jude 24. 
Keeping them in the way. Exo. 23: 

20. 
Keeping them from temptation. 

Rev. 3:10. 
Providing a refuge for them. Pro. 

14 : 26. Isa. 4 : 6. Isa. 32 : 2. 
Defending them against their ene- 
mies. Deu. 20 : 1—4. Deu. 33 : 27. 

Isa. 59:19. 
Defeating the counsels of enemies. 

Isa. 8:10. 
Tem ptation. 1 Cor. 10 : 13. 2 Pet. 2 : 9. 
Persecution. Luke 21 : 18. 
Calamities. Psa. 57 : 1. Psa. 59 : 16. 
All dangers. Psa. 91 : 3-7. 
All places. Gen. 28: 15. 2 Chr. 16:9. 
Sleep. Psa. 3: 5. Psa. 4:8. Pro. 

3 : 24. 
Death. Psa. 23 : 4. 
Saints 
Acknowledge God as their. Psa. 18: 

2. Psa. 62 : 2. Psa. 89 : 18. 
Pray for. Psa. 17:5,8. Isa. 51 : 9. 
Praise God for. Psa. 5: 11. 
Withdrawn from the 
Disobedient. Lev. 26: 14— 17. 
Backsliding. Jos. 23:12,13. Jud. 

10:13. 
Presumptuous. Num. 14: 40 — 45. 
Unbelieving. Isa. 7: 9. 
Obstinately impenitent. Mat. 23 : .38. 
Not to be found in 
Idols. Deu. 32 : 37-39. Isa. 46 : 7. 
Man. Psa. 146:3. Isa. .30:7. 
Riches. Pro. 11 : 4, 28. Zep. 1 : 18. 
Hosts. Jos. 11 : 4—8, with Psa. 33 : 16 
Horses. Psa. 33: 17. Pro. 21 : 31. 



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Illustrated. Deu. 32:11. Psa. 125:1, 
2. Pro. 18: 10. Isa. 25: 4. Isa. 31: 5. 
Luke 13 : 34. 

Exemplified. Abraham, Gen. 15: 1. 
Jacob, Gen. 48: 16. Josep/i, Gen. 49: 
23—25. Israel, Jos. 24: 17. David, 
Psa. 18: 1. 2. Shadrach, &c. Dan. 3: 
28. Danief, Dan. 6:22. Pe«cr, Acts 
12 : 4—7. Paul, Acts 18 : 10. Acts 26 : 
17. 

Providence of God, The. 

Is His care over His works. Psa. 145 : 
9. 

Is EXERCISED IN 

Preserving His creatures. Neh. 9 : 6. 

Psa. 36:6. Mat. 10:29. 
Providing for His creatures. Psa. 

104 : 27, 28. Psa. 136 : 25. Psa. 147 : 

9. Mat. 6:26. 
The special preservation of saints. 

Psa. 37 : 28. Psa. 91 : 11. Mat. 10: 30. 
Prospering saints. Geu. 24 : 48, .56. 
Protecting saints. Psa. 91 : 4. Psa. 

140:7. 
Delivering saints. Psa. 91:3. Isa. 

31: 5. 
Leading saints. Deu. 8:2, 15. Isa. 

63: 12. 
Bringing His vs-ords to pass. Num. 

26 : 65. Jos. 21 : 45. Luke 21 : 32, 33. 
Ordering the ways of men. Pro. 16 : 

9. Pro. 19: 21. Pro. 20:24. 
Ordaining the conditions and cir- 
cumstances of men. 1 Sam. 2:7, 

8. Psa. 75: 6, 7. 
Determining the period of human 

life. Psa. 31 : 15. Psa. 39: 5. Acts 

17 : 26. 
Defeating wicked designs, Exo. 15: 

9-19. 2 Sam. 17 : 14, 15. Psa. 33: 10. 
Overruling wicked designs for good. 

Gen. 45 : 5-7. Gen. 50 : 20. Phi. 1 : 

12. 
Preserving the course of nature. 

Gen. 8:22. Job 26:10. Psa. 104: 

5—9. 
Directing all events. Jos. 7 : 14. 1 

Sam. 6 : 7—10, 12. Pro. 16 : 33. Isa. 

44 : 7. Acts 1 : 26. 
Ruling the elements. Job 37 : 9—13. 

Isa. .50 : 2. Jno. 1 : 4, 15. Nah. 1 : 4. 
Ordering the minutest matters. 

Mat. 10 : 29, 30. Luke 21 : 18. 
Is righteous. Psa. 145 : 17. Dan. 4 : 37. 
Is ever watchful. Psa. 121 : 4. Isa. 

27:3. 
Is all pervading. Psa. 139:1— 5. 
Sometimes dark and mysterious. 
Psa. 36:6. Psa. 73:16. Psa. 77: 
19. Rom. 11 : 33. 
All things are ordered by, 
For His glory. Isa. 63 : 14. 
For good to saints. Rom. 8: 28. 
The wicked made to promote the de- 
signs of. Isa. 10: 5—12. Acts 3:17,18. 



To be acknowledged 
In prosperity. Deu. 8 : 18. 1 Chr. 29 : 

12. 
In adversity. Job 1 : 21. Psa. 119:-i,5. 
In public calamities. Amos 3: 6. 
In our daily support. Gen. 48: 15^ 
In all things. Pro. 3 : 6. 
Cannot be defeated. 1 Kin. 22:30, 

34. Pro. 21 : 30. 
Man's efforts are vain without. Psa. 

127:1,2. Pro. 21:31. 
Saints shocld 
Trust in. Mat. 6:33, 34. Mat. 10: 

9, 29—31. 
Have full confidence in. Psa. 16 : 8. 

Psa. 139:10. 
Commit their works unto. Pro. 16: 

3. 
Encourage themselves in. 1 Sam. 

30:6. 
Pray in dependence upon. Acts 12 : 

5. 
Prav to be guided by. Gen. 24 : 12 
—14. Gen. 28: 20, 21. Acts 1 : 24. 
Result of depending upon. Luke 

22:35. 
Connected with the use of means. 1 
Kin. 21:19, with 1 Kin, 22: 37,38. 
Mic. 5: 2, with Luke 2: 1—4. Acts 
27 : 22, 31, 32. 
Danger of denying. Isa. 10: 13—17. 
Eze. 28:2— 10. Dan. 4:29— 31. Hos. 
2:8,9. 

Prudence. 

Exhibited in the manifestation of 

God's grace. Eph. 1 : 8. 
Exemplified by Christ. Isa. 52: 18. 

Mat. 21 : 24—27. Mat. 22 : 15—21. 
Intimately connected with wisdom. 

Pro. 8 : 12. 
The wise celebrated for. Pro. 16: 21. 
They who have. 
Get knowledge. Pro. 18 : 15. 
Deal with knowledge. Pro. 13: 16. 
Look well to their goings. Pro. 14: 

15. 
Understand the ways of God. Hos. 

14:9. 
Understand their own ways. Pro. 

14:8. 
Crowned with knowledge. Pro. 14: 

18. 
Not ostentatious of knowledge. 

Pro. 12 : 23. 
Foresee and avoid evil. Pro. 22 : 3. 
Are preserved by it. Pro. 2:11. 
Suppress angry feelings, &c. Pro. 

12:16. Pro. 19:11. 
Regard reproof. Pro. 15 : 5. 
Keep silence in the evil time. 
Amos 5: 13. 
Saints act with. Psa. 112:5. 
Saints should specially exercise, in 
their intercourse with unbelievers. 
Mat. 10: 16. Eph. 5: 15. Col. 4:5. 



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Virtuous wives act with. Pro, 31: 
16, 26. 

The young should cultivate. Pro. 3: 
21. 

Of the wicked 
Fails in the times of perplexity. 

Jer. 49: 7. 
Keeps them from the knowledge of 

the gospel. Mat. 11:25. 
Denounced by God. Isa. 5: 21, Isa. 

29 : 15. 
Defeated by God. Isa. 29: 14. 1 
Cor. 1 : 19. 

Jlecessitv for— Ilhistrated. Mat. 25: 
3, 9. Luke U : 28-32. 

J.'xemplified. Jacob, Gen. 32: 3—23. 
Joseph, Gen. 41 : 39. Jethro, Exo. 18 : 
19, &c. Gideon, Jud. 8 : 1—3. David, 
1 Sam. 16: 18. Abigail, 1 Sam. 25: 
23-31. 2 Sam. 15: 32-34, with 2 
Sam. 17: 6—14. Aged Counsellors of 
Rehoboam, 1 Kin. 12:7. Solomon, 2 
Chr. 2: 12. Nehemiah, Neh. 2: 12— 
16. Neh. 4:13— 18. The Poor Wise 
Man, Ecc. 9: 15. The Scribe, Mar. 
12 : 32—34. Gamaliel, Acts 5 : 34—39. 
Sergiiis Pauhis, Acts 13: 7. Paul, 
Acts 23 : 6. 

Publicans, The. 

■ J'he collectors of the public taxes. 

Luke 5 : 27. 
i'iuspected of extortion. Luke 3 : 13. 
Often guilty of extortion. Luke 19:8. 
I Chiefs of, were very rich, Luke 19: 2. 
The Jews 
Despised. Luke 18: 11. 
Classed with the most infamous 
characters. Mat. 11 : 19. Mat. 21 : 
32. 
Despised our Lord for associating 
with. Mat. 9:11. Mat. 11:19. 
Often kind to their friends. Mat. 5: 

46, 47. 
Often hospitable. Luke 5: 29. Luke 

19:6. 
Many of, 
Believed the preaching of John. 

Mat. 21 : 32. 
Received John's baptism. Luke3: 

12. Luke 7; 29. 
Attended the preaching of Christ. 

Mar. 2:15. Luke 15:1. 
Embraced the gospel. Mat. 21 : 31. 
Matthew the apostle was of. Mat. 
10:3. 

Punishment of the Wicked, The. 

Is from God. Lev. 26: 18. Isa. 13:11. 
On AccorxT of theik 
Sin. Lam. 3:39. 

Iniquity. .Jer. 36 : .31. Eze. 3 : 17— 
18. Eze. 18 : 4, 13, 20. Amos 3 : 2. 
Idolatry. Lev. 26:30. Isa. 10: 10, 
11. 



Rejection of the law of God, 1 

Sam. 15 : 23. Hos. 4 : 6—9. 
Ignorance of God. 2 The. 1 : 8. 
Evil ways and doings. Jer. 21 : 14. 

Hos. 4:9. Hos. 12:2. 
Pride. Isa. 10:12. Isa. 24:21. 

Luke 14 : 11. 
Unbelief. Mark 16- 16. Rom. 11: 

20. Heb. 3 : 18. 19. Heb. 4 : 2. 
Covetousness. Isa. 57 : 17. Jer. 51 : 

13. 
Oppressing. Isa. 49:26. Jer. .30: 

16, 20. 
Persecuting. Jer. 11 : 21, 22. Mat. 

23 : 34—36. 
Disobeying God. Neh. 9:26, 27. 

Eph. 5 : 6. 
Disobeying the gospel. 2 The. 1 : 8. 
Is the fruit of their sin. Job 4: 8. 

Pro. 22 : 8. Rom. 6 : 21. Gal. 6 : 8. 
Is tlie reward of their sins. Psa. 91 : 
8. Isa. 3:11. Jer. 16:18. Rom. 6: 
23. Heb. 2 : 2. 
Often brought about by their evil 
designs. Est. 7 : 10. Psa. 37 : 15. 
Psa. 57 : 6. 
Often commences in this life. Pro. 

11:31. 
In this life by 
Sickness. Lev. 26:16. Psa. 78:50. 
Famine. Lev. 26: 19, 20, 26, 29. Psa, 

107 : 34. 
Noisome beasts. Lev. 26:22. 
War. Lev. 26 : 25, 32, 33. Jer. 6 : 4. 
Deliverance unto enemies. Neh . 9 : 

27. 
Fear. Lev. 26 : 36, 37. Job 18 : 11. 
Reprobate mind. Rom. 1 : 28. 
Put in slippery places. Psa. 73: 3— 

19. 
Trouble and distress. Isa. 8:22, 

Zep. 1: 15. 
Cutting off. Psa. 94:23. 
Bringing down their pride. Isa, 

13:11. 
Future, shall be awarded by Christ. 

Mat. 16:27. Mat. 25: 31, 41. 
Future, described as 
Hell. Psa. 9: 17. Mat. 5: 29. Luke 

12 : 5. Luke 16 : 23. 
Darkness. Mat. 8 : 12. 2 Pet. 2 : 17. 
Death. Rom. 5: 12— 17. Rom. 6:23. 
Resurrection of damnation. Jno. 

5 : 29. 
Rising to shame and everlasting 

contempt. Dan. 12: 2. 
Everlasting destruction. Psa. 52: 

5. Psa. 92: 7. 2 The. 1 : 9. 
Everlasting fire. Mat. 25: 41. Jude 

7. 
Second death. Rev, 2:11. Rev. 

21:8. 
Damnation of hell. Mat. 23 : 3.3, 
Eternal damnation. Mar. 3:29. 
Blackness of darkness. 2 Pet 2:17. 

Jude 13. 
Everlasting burnings, Isa, 33 : 14, 



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The wrath of God. Jno. 3 : 36. 
Wine of the wrath of God. Rev. 

14 : 10. 
Torment with fire. Eev. 14:10. 
Torment for ever and ever. Rev. 

14:11. 
The righteousness of God requires. 

2 The. 1 : 6. 
Often sudden and unexpected. Psa. 

3.5:8. Psa. 64:7. Pro. 29:1. 

Luke 12 : 20. 1 The. 5 : 3. 
Shall be 
According to their deeds. Mat. 16: 

27. Rom. 2: 6. 9. 2 Cor. 5:10. 
According to the knowledge pos- 
sessed by them. Luke 12:47,48. 
Increased by neglect of privileges. 

Mat. 11 : 21— 24. Luke 10: 13-15. 
Without mitigation. Luke 16: 23— 

26. 
Accompanied by remorse. Isa. 66: 

24, with Mar. 9 : 44. 
No combination avails against. Pro. 

11:21. 
Deferred, emboldens them in sin. 

Ecc. 8: 11. 
Should be a warning to others. Num. 

26:10. 1 Cor. 10:6— 11. Jude 7. 
Consummated at the day of judg- 
ment. Mat. 25:31, 46. Rom. 2:5, 
16. 2 Pet. 2:9. 

Punishments. 

Antiquity of. Gen. 4 : 13, 14. 
Power of inflicting, given to magis- 
trates. Job 31: 11. Rom. 13: 4. 
Designed to be a warning to others. 
Deu. 13:11. Deu. 17:13. Deu. 19: 
20. 
Were inflicted 
On the guilty. Deu. 24 : 16. Pro. 17 : 

26. 
Without pity. Deu. 19 : 13, 21. 
Without partiality. Deu. 13: 6—8. 
By order of magistrates. Acts 16: 

22. » 

By oiKler of kings. 2 Sam. 1 : 13— 

16. 1 Kin. 2:23-46. 
Immediately after sentence was 

passed. Deu. 25 : 2. Jos. 7 : 25. 
By the witnesses. Deu. 13 : 9, with 
Deu. 17 : 7. Jno. 8 : 7. Acts 7 : .58, 
59. 
By the people. Num. 15: 35, 36. 

Deu. 13 : 9. 
By soldiers. 2 Sam. 1: 15. Mat. 
27 : 27-35. 
Sometimes deferred until God was 

consulted. Num. 15: 34. 
Sometimes deferred for a considera- 
ble time. 1 Kin. 2: 5, 6, 8, 9. 
Secondaky kinds of; 
Imprisonment. Ezr. 7 : 26. Mat. 5: 

25. 
Confinement in a dungeon, Jer. 
38:6. Zee. 9:11.- 



Confinement in stocks. Jer, 20: 2. 

Acts 16 : 24. 
Fine, or giving of money. Exo, 21: 

22. Deu. 22:19. 
Restitution. Exo. 21 : 36. Exo. 22: 

1—4. Lev. 6:4,5. Lev. 24 : 18. 
Retaliation or injuring according 

to the injury done. Exo. 21 : 24. 

Deu. 19:21. 
Binding with chains and fetters. 

Psa. 105 : 18. 
Scourging. Deu. 25 : 2, 3. Mat. 27 : 

26. Acts 22: 25. 2 Cor. 11: 24. 
Selling the criminal, &c. Mat. 18: 

25. 
Banishment. Ezr. 7 : 26. Rev. 1 : 9. 
Torturing. Mat. 18: 34. Heb. 11: 

37. 
Putting out the eyes. Jud. 16: 21. 

ISam. 11: 2. 
Cutting off hands and feet. 2 Sam. 

4:12. 
Mutilating the hands and feet. 

Jud. 1:5— 7. 
Cutting off nose and ears. Eze, 23: 

25. 
Plucking out the hair. Neh. 13 : 25. 

Isa. .50:6. 
Confiscating the property. Ezr. 7 : 

26. 
Inflicting of capital, not permitted 
to the Jews by the Romans. Jno. 
18:31. 
Capital kinds of; 
Burning. Gen. 38:24. Lev. 20:14. 

Dan. 3:6, 
Hanging. Num. 25: 4. Deu. 21: 

22, 23. Jos. 8 : 29. 2 Sam. 21 : 12. 

Est. 7 : 9, 10. 
Crucifying. Mat. 20: 19. Mat. 27: 

35. 
Beheading. Gen. 40: 19. Mar. 6: 

16, 27. 
Slaying with the sword. 1 Sam. 

15:33. Acts 12: 2. 
Stoning. Lev. 24:14. Deu. 13:10. 

Acts 7 : 59. 
Cutting in pieces. Dan. 2: 5. Mat. 

24:, 51. 
Sawing asunder. Heb. 11:37. 
Exposing to wild beasts. Dan. 6: 

16, 24. See 1 Cor. 15 : 32. 
Bruising in mortars. Pro. 27: 22. 
Casting headlong from a rock. 2 

Chr. 25 : 12. 
Casting into the sea. Mat. 18: 6. 
Strangers not exempted from. Lev. 

20 : 2. 
Were sometimes commuted. Exo. 

21 : 29, 30. 
For murder not to be commuted. 
Num. 35:31,32. 

Purifications or Baptisms. 

Of Israel at the exodus. Exo. 14 : 'J2. 
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Of Israel before receiving the law. 

Exo. 19 : 10. 
Of priests before consecration. Exo. 

29:4. 
Of Levites before consecration. 

Num. 8:6,7. 
Of high priest on day of atonement. 

Lev. 16:4, 24. 
Of (hings for burnt-offerings. 2 Chr. 

4:6. 
Of individuals who were ceremoni- 
ally unclean. Lev. 15: 2 — 13. Lev. 

17:15. Lev. 22:4— 7. Num. 19: 7- 

12,21. 
Of the healed leper. Lev. 14 : 8, 9. 
Of Nazarites after vow expired. Acts 

21 : 24, 26. 
Used by the devout before entering 

God's house. Psa. 26: 6. Heb. 10: 

22. 
Multiplied by traditions. Mat. 15: 

2. Mar. 7 : 3, 4. 
Means used for; 

Water of separation. Num. 19: 9. 

Running water. Lev. 15:13. 

Water mixed with blood. Exo. 24: 
5—8, with Heb. 9: 19. 
Was by 

Sprinkling. Num. 19: 13, 18. Heb. 
9:19. 

Washing parts of the body. Exo. 
30 : 19. 

Washing the whole body. Lev. 8: 
6. Lev. 14:9. 
Of priests performed in the brazen 

laver. Exo. 30: 18. 2 Chr. 4 : 6. 
Vessels in the houses of the Jews for. 

Jno. 2 : 6. 
Consequence of neglecting those 

prescribed by law. Lev. 17 : 16. 

Num. 19:13,20. 
Availed to sanctifying the flesh. 

Heb. 9:13. 
Insufficient for spiritual purifica- 
tion. Job 9: 30, 31. Jer. 2:22. 
The Jews laid great stress on. Jno. 

3:25. 
Illustrative of 

Purification by the blood of Christ. 
Heb. 9:9-12. 

Regeneration. Eph. 5: 26. 1 Jno. 
1:7. 

Rain. 

Occasioned by the condensing of the 

clouds. Job 36: 27, 28. Psa. 77:17. 

Ecc. 11:3. 
God 

Made a decree for. Job 28 : 26. 

Prepares. Psa. 147: 8. 

Gives. Job 5: 10. 

Causes, to come down. Joel 2 : 23. 

Exhibits goodness in giving. Acts 
14:17. 

Exhibits greatness in giving. Job 
36 : 26, 27. 



Sends upon the evil and good. 
Mat. 5:45. 

Should be praised for. Psa. 147 : 7, 
8. 

Should be feared on account of. 
Jer. 5 : 24. 
Impotence of idols exhibited in not 

being able to give. Jer. 14 : 22. 
Not sent upon the earth immediately 

after creation. Gen. 2 : 5. 
Rarely falls in Egypt. Ueu. 11 : 10. 

Zee. 14 : 18. 
Canaan abundantly supplied with. 

Deu. 11: 11. 
Designed for 

Refreshing the earth. Psa. 68: 9. 
Psa. 72: 6. 

Making fruitful the earth. Hob. 
6:7. 

Replenishing the springs and foun- 
tains of the earth. Psa. 104 : 8. 
Promised in due season to the obe- 
dient. Lev. 26:4. Deu. 11:14. Eze. 

34 : 26, 27. 
Frequently withheld on account of 

iniquity. Deu. 11: 17. Jer. 3:3. 

Jer. 5 : 25. Amos 4 : 7. 
The want of, 

Causes the earth to open. Job 29: 
23. Jer. 14:4. 

Dries up springs and fountains. 1 
Kin. 17:7. 

Occasions famine. 1 Kin. 18:1,2. 

Removed by prayer. 1 Kin. 8:35, 
36. Jas. 5:18. 
Withheld for three years and six 

mouths in the days of Elijah. 1 

Kin. 17 : 1. Jas. 5 : 17. 
Divided into 

Great. Ezr. 10:9. 

Plentiful. Psa. 68: 9. 

Overflowing. Eze. 38 : 22. 

Sweeping. Pro. 28:3. 

Small. Job 37: 6. 
The former, after harvest, to prepare 

for sowing. Deu. 11 : 14. Jer. 5: 24. 
The latter, before harvest. Joel 2: 

23. Zee. 10:1. 
The rainbow often appears during. 

Gen. 9: 14, with Eze. 1:28. 
Often succeeded by heat and sun- 
shine. 2 Sam. 23: 4. Isa. 18: 4. 

(marg.) 
The appearance of a cloud from the 

west indicated. 1 Kin. 18: 44. Luke 

12:. ^4. 
The north wind drives away. Pro. 

25 : 23. 
Unusual in harvest time. Pro. 26: 1. 
Thunder and lightning often with. 

Psa. 135 : 7. 
Storm and tempest often with. Mat. 

7 : 25, 27. 
Instances of extraordinary; 

Time of the flood. Gen. 7 : 4, 12. 

Plague of, upon Egypt. Exo. 9:18, 
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Daring wheat harvest in the days 
of Samuel. 1 Sam. 12 : 17, 18. 

After long drought in Ahab's reign. 
1 Kin. IS: 45. 

After the captivity. Ezr. 10:9,13. 
Often impeded traveling in the east. 

1 Kin. 18 : 44, with Isa. 4 : 6. 
Often destroyed houses, &c. Eze. 13: 

13-15. Mat. 7:27. 
Illustrative 

Of the word of God. Isa. 55 : 10, 11. 

Of the doctrine of faithful minis- 
ters. Deu. 32:2. 

Of Christ in the communication of 
His graces. Psa. 72:6. Hos.6:3. 

Of spiritual blessings. Psa. 68:9. 
Psa. 84:6. Eze. 34 : 26. 

Of righteousness. Hos. 10:12. 

(Destructive,) of God's judgments. 
Job 20 : 23. Psa. 11:6. Eze. 38 : 22. 

(Destructive,) of a poor man op- 
pressing the poor. Pro. 28 : 3. 

Raven, The. 

Unclean and not to be eaten. Lev. 

11:15. Deu. 14:14. 
Called the raven of the valley. Pro. 

30:17. 
Described as 

Black. So. of Sol. 5: 11. 

Solitary in disposition. Isa. 34 : 11. 

Improvident. Luke 12: 24. 

Carnivorous. Pro. 30: 17. 
God provides food for. Job 38:41. 

Psa. 147:9. Luke 12: 24. 
Sent by Noah from the ark. Gen. 8: 

7. 
Elijah fed by. 1 Kin. 17 : 4—6. 
Plumage of, illustrative of the glory 

of Christ. So. of Sol. 5:11. 



Reaping. 



Is the cutting of the corn in harvest. 

Job 24 : 6, with Lev. 23 : 10. 
The sickle used for. Deu. 16 : 9. Mar. 

4:29. 
Both men and women engaged in, 

Ruth 2 : 8, 9. 
The Jews not to reap 
The corners of their fields. Lev. 

19:9, with Lev. 23:22. 
During the Sabbatical year. Lev. 

25:5. 
During the year of jubilee. Lev, 

25:11. 
The fields of others. Deu. 23 : 25. 
Mode of gathering the corn for, al- 
luded to. Psa. 129 : 7. Isa. 17 : 5. 
Corn after, was bound up into 

sheaves Gen. 37:7. Psa. 129:7. 
Persons engaged in, 
Under the guidance of a steward. 

Ruth2:5, 6. 
Visited by the master. Ruth 2: 4, 
2 Kin. 4 : 18. 



Fed by the master who himself 
presided at their meals. Ruth 2 : 
14. 

Received wages. Jno. 4: 36. Jas. 
5:4. 
A time of great rejoicing. Psa. 126: 

5,6. 
The Jews often hindered from, on 

account of their sins. Mic. 6:15. 
Often unprofitable on account of 

sin. Jer. 12:13. 
Illustrative of 

Receiving the reward of wicked- 
ness. Job 4:8. Pro. 22:8. Hos. 
8:7. Gal. 6:8. 

Receiving the reward of right- 
eousness. Hos. 10:12. Gal. 6:8. 
9. 

Ministers receiving temporal pro- 
vision for spiritual labors. 1 
Cor. 9:11. 

Gathering in souls to God. Jno. 4: 
38. 

The judgments of God on the anti- 
christian world. Rev. 14 : 14 — 16. 

The final judgment. Mat. 13: 30, 
39—43. 

Rebellion against God. 

Forbidden. Num. 14:9. Jos. 22:19. 
Provokes God. Num. 16 : 30. Neh , 9 : 

26. 
Provokes Christ. Exo. 23: 20, 21, 

with 1 Cor. 10: 9. 
Vexes the Holy Spirit. Isa. 63 : 10. 
Exhibited in 
Unbelief. Deu. 9:23. Psa. 106:24, 

25. 
Rejecting His government. 1 Ssim. 

8:7. 1 Sam. 15:23. 
Revolting from Him. Isa. 1: 5. 

Isa. 31 : 6. 
Despising His law. Neh. 9 : 26. 
Despising His counsels. Psa. 107: 

11. 
Distrusting His power. Eze. 17 : 15 
Murmuring against Him. Nvim. 

20 : 3, 10. 
Refusing to hearken to Him. Deu. 

9:23. Eze. 20:8. Zee. 7:11. 
Departing from Him. Isa. 59:13. 
Rebelling against governors ap- 
pointed by Him. Jos. 1 : 18. 
Departing from His precepts. Dan. 

9:5. 
Departing from His instituted wor- 
ship. Exo. 32 : 8, 9. Jos. 22 : 16— 

19. 
Sinning against light. Job 24 : 13. 

Jno. 15:22. Acts 13: 41. 
Walking after our own thougl ts. 

Isa. 05:2. 
Connected with 
Stubbornness. Deu. 31 : 27. 
Injustice and corruption. Isa. 1: 

23. 
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Man is prone to. Deu. 31 : 27. Rom. 

7 : 14-18. 
The heart is the seat of. Jer. 5:23. 

Mat. 15 : 18, 19. Heb. 3:12. 
They who are guilty of, 
Aggravate tlieir sin by. Job 34: 

37. 
Practice hypocrisy to hide. Hos. 

7: 14. 
Persevere in. Deu. 9:7, 24. 
Increase in, though chastised. Isa. 

1:5. 
Warned not to exalt themselves. 

Psa. 66 : 7. 
Denounced. Isa. 30:1. 
Have God as their enemy. Isa. 63: 

10. 
Have God's hand against them. 
1 Sam. 12: 15, with Psa. 106: 26, 27. 
Impoverished for. Psa. 68:6. 
Brought low for. Psa. 107: 11, 12. 
Delivered into the hands of enemies 

on account of. Neh. 9 : 26, 27. 
Cast out in their sins for. Psa. 5: 

10. 
Cast out of the Church for. Eze. 

20:38. 
Restored through Christ alone. 
Psa. 68:18. 
Heinousness of. 1 Sam. 15:23. 
Guilt of. 
Aggravated by God's fatherly care. 

Isa. 1:2. 
Aggravated by God's unceasing 
invitations to return to Him. Isa. 
65 : 2. 
To be deprecated. Jos. 22 : 29. 
To be confessed. Lam. 1: 18, 20. 
Dan. 9:5. 
God alone can forgive. Dan. 9 : 9. 
God is ready to forgive. Neh. 9:17. 
Religious instruction designed to 

prevent. Psa. 78: 5, 8. 
Promises to those who avoid. Deu. 

28:1—13. 1 Sam. 12:14. 
Forgiven upon repentance. Neh. 9: 

26, 27. 
Ministers 
Cautioned against. Eze. 2 : 8. 
Sent to those guilty of. Eze. 2 : 3— 

7. Eze. 3 : 4-9. Mar. 12 : 4—8. 
Should warn against. Num. 14:9. 
Should testifv against. Isa. 30-8, 

9. Eze. 17:12. Eze. 44 : 6. 
Should remind their people of 
past. Deu. 9: 7. Deu. 31 : 27. 
Punishment for. Lev. 26: 14—39. 1 
Sam. 12:15. Isa. 1: 20. Jer. 4:16 
—18. Eze. 20:8,38. 
Punishment for teaching. Jer. 28: 

16. 
Ingratitude of— Illustrated. Isa. 1: 

2,3. 
Exemplified. Pharaoh, Exo. 5:1,2, 
Korah, d-c. Num. 16: 11. Moses and 
Aaron, Num. 20: 12, 24. Israelites, 
Deu. 9 : 23, 24. Saul, 1 Sam. 15 : 9, 



23. Jeroboam, 1 Kin. 12: 28-33. 
Zedckiah,2 Chr. 36: 13. Kingdom of 
Israel, Hos. 7 : 14. Hos. 13 : 16. 

Rechabites. 
Descended from Hemath. 1 Chr. 2: 

.55. 
The head of, assisted Jehu in his 

conspiracy against the house of 

Ahab. 2 Kin. 10: 15—17. 
Prohibited by Jonadab from form- 
ing settlements or drinking wine. 

Jer. 35 : 6—8. 
Obedience of, a sign to Israel. Jer. 

.35:12—17. 
Perpetuity to, promised. Jer. 35 : 18, 

19. 

Reconciliation with God. 

Predicted. Dan. 9: 24, with Isa. .53: 5. 
Proclaimed by angels at the birth of 

Christ. Luke 2: 14. 
Blotting out the hand-writing of or- 
dinances is necessary to. Eph. 2: 
16. Col. 2:14. 
Effected for men 
By God iu Christ. 2 Cor. 5 : 19. 
By Christ as High Priest. Heb. 2: 

17. 
By the death of Christ. Rom. 5: 10, 

Eph. 2:16. Col. 1:21, 22. 
By the blood of Christ. Eph. 2 : 13. 

Col. 1 : 20. 
While alienated from God. Col. 1 : 

21. 
Without strength. Rom. 5 : 6, 
Yet sinners. Rom. 5:8. 
While enemies to God. Rom. 5: 10. 
The ministry of, committed to min- 
isters. 2 Cor. 5 : 18, 19. 
Ministers, in Christ's stead, should 
beseech men to seek. 2 Cor. 5 : 20. 
Effects of; 
Peace of God. Rom. 5:1. Eph. 2: 

16, 17. 
Access to God. Rom. 5: 2. Eph. 

2: 18. 
Union of Jews and Gentiles. Eph. 

2: 14. 
Union of things in heaven and 
earth. Col. 1 : 20, with Eph. 1 : 10. 
A pledge of final ssilvation. Rom. 5: 

10. 
Necessity for— Illustrated. Mat. 5: 

24-26. 
Typified. Lev. 8 : 15. Lev. 16 : 20 

Redemption. 

Defined. 1 Cor. 6 : 20. 1 Cor. 7 : 23. 
Is of God. Isa. 44 : 21—23. Isa. 43 : 1, 

with Luke 1 : 68. 
Is by Christ. Mat. 20 : 28. Gal. 3 : 13. 
Is by the blood of Christ. Acts 20: 

28. Heb. 9:12. 1 Pet. 1 : 19. Rev. 

5:9. 
Christ sent to effect. Gal. 4 : 4, 5. 
Christ is made, unto us. 1 Cor. 1 : 30. 



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Is FROM 

The bondage of the law. Gal. 4 : 5. 
The curse of the law. Gal. .3: 13. 
The power of sin. Rom. 6 : 18, 22. 
The power of the grave. Psa. 49 : 

15. 
All troubles. Psa. 25: 22. 
All iniquity. Psa. 130 : 8. Tit. 2 : 14. 
All evil. Gen. 48:16. 
This present evil world. Gal. 1 : 4. 
Vain conversation. 1 Pet. 1 : 18. 
Enemies. Psa. 106 : 10, 11. Jer. 15: 

21. 
Death. Hos. 13 : 14. 
Destruction. Psa. 103: 4. 
Man cannot effect. Psa. 49:7. 
Corruptible things cannot purchase. 

1 Pet. 1:18. 
Procures for us 
Justification. 3:24. 
Forgiveness of sin. Eph. 1 : 7. Col. 

1: 14. 
Adoption. Gal. 4:4,5. 
Purification. Tit. 2 : 14. 
The present life, the only season for. 

Job 36: 18, 19. 
Described as 
Precious. Psa. 49:8. 
Plenteous. Psa. 130:7. 
Eternal. Heb. 9 : 12. 
Subjects of. 
The soul. Psa. 49: 1.5. 
The body. Rom. 8 : 23. 
The life. Psa. 103 : 4. Lam. 3 : 58. 
The inheritance. Eph, 1 : 14. 
Manifests the 
Power of God. Isa. 50:2. 
Grace of God. Isa. 52 : 3. 
Love and pity of God. Isa. 63: 9. 
Jno. 3: 16. Rom. 6: 8. 1 Jno. 4: 10. 
A subject for praise. Isa. 44: 22, 23. 

Isa. 51 : 11. 
Old Testament saints partakers of. 

Heb. 9 : 15. 
They who partake of. 
Are the property of God. Isa. 43 : 

1. 1 Cor. 6:20. 
Are first-fruits unto God. Rev. 

14:4. 
Are a peculiar people. 2 Sam. 7 : 

23. Tit. 2 : 14, with 1 Pet. 2 : 9. 
Are assured of. Job 19: 25. Psa. 

31:5. 
Are sealed unto the day of. Eph. 

4: 30. 
Are Zealous of good works. Eph. 

2:10. Tit. 2:14. 1 Pet. 2:9. 
Walk safely in holiness. Isa. 35 : 

8,9. 
Shall return to Zion with joy. Isa. 

35 : 10. 
Alone can learn the songs of heav- 
en. Rev. 14:3, 4. 
Commit themselves to God, Psa. 

31:5. 
Have an earnest of the completion 
of. Eph. 1 : 14, with 2 Cor. 1 : 22. 



Wait for the completion of. Rom, 

8: 23. Phi. 3: 20, 21. Tit. 2: 11— 13. 
Pray for the completion of. Psa. 

26:11. Psa. 44:26. 
Praise God for. Psa. 71 : 23. Psa. 

103 : 4. Rev. 5 : 9. 
Should glorify God for. 1 Cor. 6: 

20. 
Should be without fear. Isa. 43: 1. 
Typified. Israel, Exo. 6 : 6. First- 
born, Eso. 13 : 11—15. Num. 18 : 15. 
Atonement-money, Exo. 30: 12—15, 
Bond-servant, Lev. 25 : 47 — 54, 

Red Heifer, The, 

To be without spot or blemish. Num. 

19:2. 
To be given to Eleazar the second 

priest to offer. Num. 19 : 3. 
To be slain without the camp. Num. 

19:3. 
Entire of, to be burned. Num. 19:5. 
Blood of, sprinkled seven times be- 
fore the tabernacle. Num. 19:4. 
Cedar, hyssop, &c. burned with. 

Num. 19:6. 
Ashes of, collected and mixed with 

water for purification. Num. 19: 

9, 11-22. 
Communicated uncleanness to 

The priest that offered her. Num. 
19:7. 

The man that burned her. Num. 
19 : 8. 

The man who gathered the ashes. 
Num. 19:10. 
Could only purify the flesh. Heb. 9 : 

13. 
A type of Christ. Heb. 9 : 12—14. 

Repentance. 
What it is. Isa. 45 : 22. Mat. 6 : 19— 

21. Acts 14: 15. 2 Cor. 5: 17. Col. 

3:2. 1 The. 1:9. Heb. 12:1,2. 
Commanded to all by God. Eze. 18: 

30—32. Acts 17 : 30. 
Commanded by Christ. Rev. 2:5, 16. 

Rev. 3:3. 
Given by God. Acts 11 : 18. 2 Tim. 

2 : 25. 
Christ came to call sinners to. Mat. 

9: 13. 
Christ exalted to give. Acts 5 : 31. 
By the operation of the Holy Ghost. 

Zee. 12:10. 
Called repentance unto life. Acts 11 : 

18. 
Called repentance unto salvation. 

2 Cor. 7 : 10. 
We should be led to, by 

The long-suffering of God. Gen. 6: 
3, with 1 Pet. 3 : 20. 2 Pet. 3 : 9. 

The goodness of God. Rom. 2:4. 

The chastisements of God. 1 Kin. 
8:47. Rev. 3:19. 
Godly sorrow works. 2 Cor. 7 : 10. 



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Necessary to the pardoa of sin. Acts 

2 : 38. Acts 3 : 19. Acts 8 : 22. 
Convictioii of siu necessary to. 1 

Kin. 8 : 38. Pro. 28 : 13. Acts 2 : 37, 

38. Acts 19 : 18. 
Preached 

By Christ. Mat. 4 : 17. Mar. 1 : 15. 

By John the Baptist. Mat. 3 : 2. 

By the Apostles. Mar. 6 : 12. Acts 
20:21. 

In the name of Christ. Luke 24: 
47. 
Not to be repented of. 2 Cor. 7 : 10. 
The present time the season for. Psa. 

95 : 7, 8, witli Heb. 3 : 7,8. Pro. 27 : 

1. Isa. 55 : 6. 2 Cor. 6 : 2. Heb. 4 : 7. 
There is joy in heaven over one sin- 
ner brouglitto. Luke 15: 7, 10. 
Ministers should rejoice over their 

people on their. 2 Cor. 7 : 9. 
Should be evidenced by fruits. Isa. 

1:16, 17. Dan. 4:27. Mat. 3:8. 

Acts 26 : 20. 
Should be accompanied by 

Humility. 2 Chr. 7:14. Jas. 4: 
9,10. 

Shame and confusion. Ezr. 9 : 6— 
15. Jer. 31:19. Eze. 16: 61, 63. 
Dan. 9:7, 8. 

Self-abhorrence. Job 42 : 6. 

Confession. Lev. 26 : 40. Job 33 : 27. 

Faith. Mat. 21 : 32. Mar. 1 : 15. 
Acts 20: 21. 

Prayer. 1 Kin. 8:33. Acts 8: 22. 

Conversion. Acts 3 : 19. Acts 26 : 
20. 

Turning from sin. 2 Chr. 6 : 26. 

Turning from idolatry. Eze. 14: 6. 

1 The. 1 : 9. 

Greater zeal in the path of duty. 

2 Cor. 7 : 11. 

Exhortations to. Eze. 14 : 6. Eze. 

18 : 30. Acts 2 : 38. Acts 3 : 19. 
The wicked 

Averse to. Jer. 8:6. Mat. 21 : 32. 

Not led to, by the judgments of God. 
Rev. 9:20, 21. Rev. 16:9. 

Not led to, by miraculous interfer- 
ence. Luke 16: 30, 31. 

Neglect the time given for. Rev. 2 : 
21. 

Condemned for neglecting. Mat. 
11 : 20. 
Danger of neglecting. Mat. 11 : 20— 

24. Luke 13 : 3, 5. Rev. 2 : 22. 
Neglect of, followed by swift judg- 
ment. Rev. 2: 5, 16. 
Denied to apostates. Heb. 6: 4—6. 
Illustrated. Luke 15: 18—21. Luke 

18:13. The P?o(?i>(? ,Soh, Luke 15: 

17—19. The Repentant Son. Mat. 21 : 

29. Paul, Gal. 1 : 23. 
True— Exemplified. Jsraelites, Jud. 

10: 15, 16. David, 2 Sam. 12: 13. 

Manasseh, 2 Chr. .33 : 12, 13. Job, Job 

42:6. Nineveh, Jon. 3:5—8. Mat. 

12:41. Pe(er, Mat. 26 : 75. Zaccheus. 



Luke 19 : 8. Thief on the cross, Luke 
23: 40, 41. Corinthians, 2 Cor. 7: 9,10. 
False— Exemplified. Saul, 1 Sam. 15: 
24—30. Ahah, 1 Kin. 21 : 27-29. Ju- 
das, Mat. 27:3-5. 

Rephaim, or Giants, The. 
Subdued by Chedorlaomer. Gen. 14 : 

5. 
Dwelt in Canaan. Jos. 17: 15. (marg.) 
Og the king of Bashan was of. Jos. 

13:12. 
The valley of, 

A border of Judah. Jos. 15: 8. 

Was exceedingly fruitful. Isa. 17 : 5. 

David obtained victories over the 
Philistines in. 2 Sam. 5: 18,25. 
The last of, destroyed by David and 

his warriors. 1 Sam. 17: 4, 49, 50. 2 

Sam. 21 : 15—22. 

Reproof. 

God gives reproof to His own chil- 
dren. 2 Sam. 7:14. Job 5: 17. Psa. 
94:12. Psa. 119:67,71,75. Heb. 12: 
6, 7. 
God gives, to the wicked. Psa. 50:21. 

Isa. 51:20. 
Christ sent to give. Isa. 2 : 4. Isa. 11 : 3. 
The Holy Spirit gives. Jno. 16: 7, 8. 
Christ gives, in love. Rev. 3: 19. 
On account of 
Impenitence. Mat. 11 : 20—24. 
Not understanding. Mat. 16: 9, 11. 
Mar. 7 : 18. Luke 24 : 25. Jno. 8 : 43. 
Jno. 13:7,8. 
Hardness of heart. Mar. 8:17. Mar. 

16: 14. 
Tearfulness. Mar. 4:40. Luke 24 : 

37, 38. 
Unbelief. Mat. 17 : 17, 20. Mar. 16: 

14. 
Vain boasting. Luke 22 : 34. 
Hypocrisy. Mat. 15: 7. Mat. 23: 13, 

Reviling Christ. Luke 23 : 40. 
Unruly conduct. 1 The. 5 : 14. 
Oppressing our brethren. Neh. 5: 7. 
Sinful practices. Mat. 21 : 13. Luke 

3:19. Jno. 2:16. 
The Scriptures are profitable for. 

Psa. 19:7— 11. 2 Tim. 3:16. 
When from God, 
Is for correction. Psa. 39: 11. 
Is despised by the wicked. Pro. 1 : 

.30. 
Should not discourage saints. Heb. 

12:5. 
Pray that it be not in anger. Psa. 

6:1. 
Should be accompanied by exhorta- 
tion to repentance. 1 Sam. 12: 20 
-25. 
Declared to be 
Better than secret love. Pro. 27 : 5. 
Better than the praise of fools. 

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An excellent oil. Psa. 141 : 5. 

More profitable to saints, than 
stripes to a fool. Pro. 17 : 10. 
A proof of faithful friendship. Pro. 

27:6. 
Leads to 

Understanding. Pro. 15 : 32. 

Knowledge. Pro. 19 : 25. 

Wisdom. Pro. 15 : 31. Pro. 29: 15. 

Honor. Pro. 13 : 18. 

Happiness. Pro. 6:23. 
Eventually brings more respect than 

flattery. Pro. 28 : 23. 
Of those who offend, a warning to 

others. Lev. 19 : 17. Acts 5 : 3, 4, 9. 

1 Tim. 5 : 20. Tit. 1 : 10, 13. 
Hypocrites not qualified to give. 

Mat. 7:5. 
Ministers are sent to give. Jer. 44 : 4. 

Eze. 3:17, 
Ministers are empowered to give. 

Mic. 3:8. 
Ministers should give, 

Openly. 1 Tim. 5 : 20. 

Fearlessly. Eze. 2 : 3—7. 

With all authority. Tit. 2 : 15. 

With long-suffering, &c. 2 Tim. 
4:2. 

Unreservedly. Isa. 58: 1. 

Sharply, if necessary. Tit. 1 : 13. 

With Christian love. 2 The. 3: 15. 
They who give, are hated by scorners. 

Pro. 9: 8. Pro. 15:12. 
Hatred of, a proof of brutishness. 

Pro. 12:1. 
Hatred of, leads to destruction. Pro. 

15:10. Pro. 29:1. 
Contempt of, leads to remorse. Pro. 

5 : 12. 
Eejection of, leads to error. Pro. 10: 

17. 
Saints should 

Give. Lev. 19:17. Eph, 5:11. 

Give no occasion for. Phi. 2 : 15. 

Receive kindly. Psa. 141 : 5. 

Love those who give. Pro. 9:8. 

Delight in those who give. Pro. 
24 : 25. 
Attention to a proof of prudence. 

Pro. 15: 5. 
Exemplified. SamueU 1 Sam. 13:13. 

Nathan, 2 Sam. 12:7—9. Ahijah, 1 

Kin. 14 : 7—11. Elijah, 1 Kin. 21 : 20. 

EHslui, 2 Kin. 5 : 26. Joab, 1 Chr. 21 : 

3. S/if»7iaia/i, 2 Chr. 12: 5. Hanani, 

2 Chr. 16: 7. Zechariah, 2 Chr. 24: 
20. Daniel, Dan. b: 22, 23. John the 
Baptist, Mat. 3: 7. Luke 3: 19. 
Stephen, Acts 7:51. Peter, Acts 8: 
20. Paul, 1 Cor. 1 : 10—13. 1 Cor. 5 : 
1—5. 1 Cor. 6 : 1—8. 1 Cor. 11 : 17— 
22. Gal. 2:11. 



Placed under the dominion of man. 

Gen. 1 : 26. 
Unclean and not eaten. Lev. 11 : 31, 

40—43. Acts 10 : 11—14. 
Mentioned in Scripture; 

Chameleon. Lev. 11 : 30. 

Lizard. Lev. 11 : 30. 

Tortoise. Lev. 11 : 29. 

Snail. Lev. 11 : 30. Psa. 58 : 8. 

Frog. Exo. 8 : 2. Rev. 16 : 13. 

Horse-leech. Pro. 30:15. 

Scorpion. Deu. 8:15. 

Serpent. Job 26 : 13. Mat. 7 : 10. 

Flying fiery serpent. Deu. 8:15. 
Isa. 30:6. 

Dragon. Deu. 32:33. Job 30: 29. 
Jer. 9: 11. 

Viper. Acts 28 : 3. 

Adder or asp. Psa. 58:4. Psa. 91: 
13. Pro. 23 : 32. 

Cockatrice or basilisk. Isa. 11 : 8. 
Isa. 59: 5. 
Solomon wrote a history of. 1 Kin. 

4:33. 
Worshipped by the Gentiles. Rom. 

1:23. 
No image or similitude of, to be 

made for worshipping. Deu. 4: 16, 

18. 
Jews condemned for worshipping, 

Eze. 8 : 10. 



Resignation. 



Reptile 



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Created by God. Gen. 1 : 24, 25. 
Made for praise and glory of God. 
Psa. 148:10. 



Christ set an example of. Mat. 26: 39 

—44. Juo. 12 : 27. Jno. 18 : 11. 
Commanded. Psa. 37 : 7. Psa. 46: 10. 
Should be exhibited in 

Submission to the will of God. 2 
Sam. 15 : 26. Psa. 42 : 5, 11. Mat. 6 : 
10. 

Submission to the sovereignty of 
God in His purposes. Rom. 9 : 20, 
21. 

The prospect of death. Acts 21 : 13. 
2Cor. 4:16, to 2 Cor. 5:1. 

Loss of goods. Job 1 : 15, 16, 21. 

Loss of children. Job 1 : 18, 19, 21, 

Chastisements. Heb. 12: 9. 

Bodily suffering. Job 2 : 8—10. 
The wicked are devoid of. Pro. 19 : 3. 
Exhortation to. Psa. 37 : 1—11. 
Motives to; 

God's greatness. Psa. 46: 10. 

God's love. Heb. 12:6. 

God's justice. Neh. 9 : 33. 

God's wisdom. Rom. 11: 32, 33. 

God's faithfulness. 1 Pet. 4 : 19. 

Our own sinfulness. Lam. 3:39. 
Mic. 7 : 9. 
Exemplified. Jacob, Gen. 43 : 14. Aaron, 

Lev. 10: 3. Israelites, Jud. 10: 15. 

Eli, 1 Sam. 3: 18. David, 2 Sam. 12: 

23. Hezekiah, 2 Kin. 20: 19. Job, Job 

2: 10. Stephen, Acts 7 : 59. Paul, Acts 

21 : 13. Disciples, Acts 21 : 14. Peter, 2 

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Resurrection, The. 

A doctrine i)f the Old Testament. Job 

19:26. Ps;i. 16:10. Psa. 49:15. Isfi. 

26:19. Dan. 12:2. Hos. 13:14. 
A first principle of the gospel. 1 Cor, 

15: 13,14. Heb. 6:1, 2. 
Expected by the Jews. Jno. 11 : 24. 

Heb. 11 : 35. 
Denied by the Sadducees. Mat. 22: 

23. Luke 20: 27. Acts 23: 8. 
Explained away by false teachers. 2 

Tim. 2 : 18. 
Called in question by some in the 

primitive church. 1 Cor. 15 : 12. 
Is not incredible. Mar. 12:24. Acts 

26:8. 
Is not contrary to reason. Jno. 12: 

24. 1 Cor. 15:35-49. 

Assumed and proved by our Lord. 

Mat. 22: 29—32. Luke 14: 14. Juo. 5: 

28, 29. 
Preached by the Apostles. Acts 4 : 2. 

Acts 17 : 18. Acts 24 : 15. 
Ciedibility of, shown by the resurrec- 
tion of individuals. Mat. 9: 25. Mat. 

27 : 53. Luke 7 : 14. Jno. 11 : 44. Heb. 

11 : 35. 
Certainty of, proved by the resurrec- 
tion of Christ. 1 Cor. 15 : 12—20. 
Effected by the power of 

God. Mat. 22 : 29. 

Christ. Jno. 5 : 28, 29. Jno. 6 : 39, 40, 
44. 

The Holy Ghost. Rom. 8 : 11. 
Shall bo of all the dead. Jno. 5 : 28. 

Acts 24: 15. Rev. 20:13. 
Saints in, shall 

Rise through Christ. Jno. 11 : 25. 
Acts 4: 2. 1 Cor. 15:21,22. 

Rise first. 1 Cor. 15 : 23. 1 The. 4 : 16. 

Rise to eternal life. Dan. 12: 2. 
Jno. 5 : 29. 

Be glorified with Christ. Col: 3 : 4. 

Be as the angels. Mat. 22:30. 

Have incorruptible bodies. 1 Cor. 
15 : 42. 

Have glorious bodies. 1 Cor. 15 : 43. 

Have powerful bodies. 1 Cor. 15 : 43. 

Have spiritual bodies. 1 Cor. 1.5 : 44. 

Have bodies like Christ's. Phi. 3: 
21. 1 Jno. 3:2. 

Be recompensed. Luke 14 : 14. 
Saints should look forward to. Dan. 

12:13. Phi. 3:11. 2 Cor. 5:1. 
Of saints shall be followed by the 

change of those then alive. 1 Cor. 

15:51, with 1 The. 4:17. 
The preaching of, caused 

Mocking. Acts 17 : 32. 

Persecution. Acts 23 : 6. Acts 24 : 
11—15. 
Blessedness of those who Lave part 

in the first. Rev. 20:6. 
Of the wicked, shall be to 

Shame and everlasting contempt. 
Dan. 12:2. 



Damnation. Jno. 5:29. 
Illustrative of the new birth. Jno. 5: 

25. 
Illustrated. Eze. 37:1-10. 1 Cor. 15: 

36, 37. 

Resurrection of Christ, The. 

Foretold by the prophets. Psa. 16: 

10, with Acts 13 : 34, 35. Isa. 26 : 19. 

Foretold by Himself. Mat. 20: 19. 

Mar. 9 : 9. Mar. 14 : 28. Jno. 2 : 19—22. 

Was necessary to 

The fulfilment of Scripture. Luke 

24 : 45, 46. 
Forgiveness of sins. 1 Cor. 15 : 17. 
Justification. Rom. 4:25. Rom. 8: 

34. 
Hope. 1 Cor. 15 : 19. 
The efficacy of preaching. 1 Cor. 15 : 

14. 
The efficacy of faith, 1 Cor. 15 : 14, 

17. 
A proof of His being the Son of God. 
Psa. 2:7, with Acts 13:33. Rom. 1:4. 
Effected by 
The power of God. Acts 2 : 24. Acts 

3: 15. Rom. 8: 11. Eph. 1:20. 

Col. 2:12. 
His own power. Jno. 2: 19. Jno. 10: 

18. 
The power of the Holy Ghost. 1 

Pet. 3 : 18. 
On the first day of the week. Mar. 16: 

9. 
On the third day after His death. 
Luke 24 : 46. Acts 10 : 40. 1 Cor. 15 : 4. 
The apostles 
At first did not understand the 

predictions respecting. Mar. 9: 

10. Jno. 20 : 9. 
Very slow to believe. Mar. 16:13. 

Luke 24:9,11,37,38. 
Reproved for their unbelief of. 

Mar. 16 : 14. 
He appeared after, to 
Mary Magdalene. Mar. 16 : 9. Jno. 

20: 18. 
The women. Mat. 28 : 9. 
Simon Peter. Luke 24: 34. 
Two disciples. Luke 24 : 13—31. 
Apostles, except Thomas. Jno. 20: 

19, 24. 
Apostles, Thomas being present 

Jno. 20 : 26. 
Apostles at the sea of Tiberias. 

Jno. 21:1. 
Apostles in Galilee. Mat. 28 : 16, 17. 
Above five hundred brethren. 1 

Cor. 15 : 6. 
James. 1 Cor. 15: 7. 
All the Apostles. Luke 24 : 51. Acts 

1:9. 1 Cor. 15 : 7. 
Paul. 1 Cor. 15:8. 
Fraud impossible in. Mat. 27 : 6.3—66. 
He gave marjy infallible proofs of. 
Luke 24 : 35, 39, 43. Juo. 20: 20, 27. 
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Was attested by 

Angels. Mat. 28: 5—7. Luke 24: 4— 
7,23. 

Apostles. Acts 1: 22. Acts 2:32. 
Acts 3 : 15. Acts 4 : 33. 

His enemies. Mat. 28 : 11—15. 
Asserted and preached by the Apos- 
tles. Acts 25 : 19. Acts 26 : 23. 
Saints 

Begotten to a lively hope by. 1 Pet. 
1 : 3. 21. 

Desire to know the power of. Phi. 
3:10. 

Should keep, in remembrance. 2 
Tim. 2:8. 

Shall rise in the likeness of. Rom. 

6:5. 1 Cor. 15: 49, with Phi. 3:21. 

Is an emblem of the new birth. Rom, 

6:4. Col. 2:12. 
The first-fruits of our resurrection. 

Acts 26 : 23. 1 Cor. 15 : 20, 23. 
The truth of the gospel involved in. 

1 Cor. 15 : 14, 15. 
Followed by His exaltation. Acts 4 : 

10, 11. Rom. 8: 34. Eph. 1 : 20. Phi. 

2:9,10. Rev. 1:18. 
An assurance of the judgment. Acts 

17:31. 
Typified. Isaac, Gen. 22: 13, with 

Heb. 11 : 19. Jonah, Jon. 2 : 10, with 

Mat. 12:40. 

Reuben, The Tribe of. 

Descended from Jacob's first son. 

Gen. 29:32. 
Predictions respecting. Gen. 49 : 4. 

Deu. 33 : 6. 
Peesons selected from, 

To number the people. Num. 1 : 5. 

To spy out the land. Num. 13: 4. 
Strength of, on leaving Egypt. Num. 

1 : 20, 21. 
Led the second division of Israel in 

their journeys. Num. 10: 18. 
Encamped with its standard south of 

the tabernacle. Num. 2: 10. 
Offering of, at the dedication. Num. 

7 : 30-35. 
Families of. Num. 26 : 5, 6, 8, 9. 
Obtained inheritance east of .Jordan 

on condition of helping to conquer 

Canaan. Num. 32 : 1—33. Deu. 3 : 

18^20. 
Bounds of their inheritance. Deu. 

3:16,17. Jos. 13: 15— 23. 
Strength of, at the time of receiving 

their inheritance. Num. 26: 7. 
Cities built by. Num. 32 : 37, 38. 
On Ebal said amen to the curses. 

Deu. 27 : 13. 
Dismissed by Joshua after the con- 
quest of Canaan. Jos. 22: 1 — 9. 
Assisted in building the altar of wit- 
ness which offended the other 

tribes. Jos. 22 : 10—29. 
Did not assist against Sisera. Jud. 

5:15,16. 



Some of, at David's coronation. 1 

Chr. 12 : 37, 38. 
Officers appointed over, by David. 1 

Chr, 26:32. 1 Chr. 27:16. 
Took land, &c. of the Hagarites. 1 

Chr. 5 : 10, 18—22. 
Invaded and conquered by Hazael 

king of Syria. 2 Kin. 10: 32, 33. 
Carried away by Tiglath Pilezer. 2 

Kin. 15: 29, with 1 Chr. 5: 6, 26. 
Remarkable persons of; Datlian, Abi- 

ram, and On. Num. 16: 1. Num. 

26 : 9, 10. Adi7ia, £-c. 1 Chr. 11 : 42. 

Revenge. 
Forbidden, by our Lord. Lev. 19: 18. 

Pro. 24:17, 29. Mat. 5:39-41. Rom. 

12 : 17, 19. 1 The. 5 : 15. 1 Pet. 3 : 9. 
Christ an example of forbearing. 

Isa. 53:7. 1 Pet. 2:23. 
Rebuked by Christ. Luke 9: 54, 55. 
Inconsistent with Christian spirit. 

Luke 9: 55. 
Proceeds from a spiteful heart. Eze. 

25 : 15. 
Instead of taking, we should 

Trust in God. Pro. 20 : 22. Rom. 
12:16. 

Exhibit love. Lev. 19 : 18. Luke 
6:35. 

Give place unto wrath. Rom. 12: 
19. 

Exercise forbearance. Mat. 5:38— 
41. 

Bless. Rom. 12:14. 

Overcome others by kindness. 

Pro. 25: 21, 22, with Rom. 12: 20. 

Keep others from taking. 1 Sam. 24: 

10. 1 Sam. 25:24— 31. 1 Sam. 26: 9. 
Be thankful for being kept from tak- 
ing. 1 Sam. 25:32, 33. 
The wicked are earnest after. Jer. 

20 : 10. 
Punishment for. Eze. 25 : 1.5 — 17. 

Amos 1:11, 12. 
Exemplified. Simon arid Levi, Gen. 

34:25. Sawisod, Jud. 15: 7, 8. Jud. 

16 : 28—30. Joab, 2 Sam. 3 : 27. ^6- 

salom, 2 Sam. 13: 23—29. Jezebel, 1 

Kin. 19:2. Ahab, 1 Kin. 22:26. 

/faman. Est. 3: 8 — 15. Edomites, Eze. 

25:12. PA i?isfmps, Eze. 25: 15. He- 

rodias, Mar. 6: 19 — 24. James and 

John, Luke 9 : 54. Chief priests. Acts 

5 : 33. Jews, Acts 7 : 54, 59. Acts 23 : 

12. 

Reviling and Reproaching. 
Forbidden. 1 Pet. 3 : 9. 
Of rulers specially forbidden. Exo. 

22 : 28, with Acts 23 : 4, 5. 
The wicked utter, against 

God. Psa. 74:22. Psa. 79:12. 

God, bv oppressing the poor. Pro. 
14:31. 

Christ. Mat. 27 : 39. Luke 7 : 34. 

Saints. Psa. 102:8. Zep. 2:8. 



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Rulers. 2 Pet. 2: 10, 11. Jude 8, 9. 
Of Christ, predicted. Psa. 69: 9, with 

Rom. 1.5:3. Psa. 89:. 51. 
The conduct of Christ under. 1 Pet. 

2 : 2.3. 
Saints 

Endure. 1 Tim. 4 : 10. Heb. 10: 33. 

Endure for God's sake. Pro. 69 : 7. 

Endure for Christ's sake. Luke 6: 
22. 

Should expect. Mat. 10: 25. 

Should not fear. Isa. 51 : 7. 

Sometimes depressed by. Psa. 42: 
10, 11. Psa. 44 : 16. Psa. 69 : 20. 

May take pleasure in. 2 Cor. 12 : 10. 

Supported under. 2 Cor. 12 : 10. 

Trust in God under. Psa. 57:3. 
Psa. 119:42. 

Pray under. 2 Kin. 19 : 4, 16. Psa. 
89:. 50. 

Return blessings for. 1 Cor, i : 12. 
1 Pet. 3:9. 
Ministers should not fear. Eze. 2: 6. 
Happiness of enduring, for Christ's 

sake. 1 Pet. 4 : 14. 
Blessedness of enduring, for Christ's 

sake. Mat. 5:11. Luke 6: 22. 
Excludes from heaven. 1 Cor. 6: 10. 
Punishment for. Zep. 2:8, 9. Mat. 

5:22. 
Exemplified. Joseph''s brethren. Gen. 

37 : 19. Goliath, 1 Sam. 17 : 43. Michal, 

2 Sam. 6: 20. Shimei, 2 Sam. 16: 7, 

8. Sennacherib, Isa. 37 : 17, 23, 24. 

Moabites and Ammonites, Zep. 2: 8. 

Pharisees, Mat. 12 : 24. Jews, Mat. 

27:39,40. Jno. 8:48. Malefactor, 

Luke 23 : 39. Athenian philosophers, 

Acts 17: 18. 

Reward of Saints, The. 

Is from God. Rom. 2 : 7. Col. 3 : 24. 

Heb. 11 : 6. 
Is of grace, through faith alone. 

Rom. 4 : 4, 5, 16. Rom. 11 : 6. 
Is of God's good pleasure. Mat. 20 : 

14, 15. Luke 12 : 32. 
Prepared by God. Heb. 11 : 16. 
Prepared by Christ. Jno. 14 : 2. 
As servants of Christ. Col. 3 : 24. 
Not on account of their merits. Rom. 

4:4,5. 
Described as 
Being with Christ. Jno. 12:26. 
Jno. 14 : 3. Phi. 1 : 23, 1 The. 4 : 
17. 
Beholding the face of God. Psa. 

17:15. Mat. 5:8. Rev. 22:4. 
Beholding the glory of Christ. Jno. 

17:24. 
Being glorified with Christ. Rom. 
8:17,18. Col. 3:4. Phi. 3:21. 1 
Jno. 3:2. 
Sitting in judgment with Christ. 
Dan. 7 : 22. Mat. 19 : 28. Luke 22 : 
30, with 1 Cor. 6 : 2. 



Reigning with Christ. 2 Tim. 2 : 12, 

Rev. 3:21. Rev. 5:10. Rev. 20:4, 
Reigning for ever and ever. Rev. 

22:5. 
A crown of righteousness. 2 Tim. 

4:8. 
A crown of glory. 1 Pet. 5 : 4. 
A crown of life. Jas. 1: 12. Rev. 

2:10. 
An incorruptible crown. ICor. 9: 

25. 
Joint heirship with Christ. Rom. 

8:17. 
Inheritance of all things. Rev. 21 : 7. 
Inheritance with saints in light. 

Acts 20 : 32. Acts 26 : 18. Col. 1 : 

12. 
Inheritance eternal. Heb. 9:15. 
Inheritance incorruptible, &c. 1 

Pet. 1:4. 
A kingdom. Mat. 25:34. Luke 

22 : 29. 
A kingdom immovable. Heb. 12:28. 
Shining as the stars. Dan. 12 : 3. 
Everlasting light. Isa. 60 : 19. 
Everlasting life. Luke 18: 30. Jno. 

6:40. Jno. 17: 2, 3. Rom. 2:7. 

Rom. 6:23. 1 Jno. 5:11. 
An enduring substance. Heb. 10: 

34. 
A house, eternal in the heavens. 

2 Cor. 5 : 1. 
A city which had foundation. Heb. 

11 : 10. 
Entering into the joy of the Lord. 

Mat. 25: 21, with Heb. 12: 2. 
Rest. Heb. 4:9. Rev. 14:13. 
Fulness of joy. Psa. 16: 11. 
The prize of the liigh calling of 

God in Christ. Phi. 3:14. 
Treasure in heaven. Mat. 19: 21. 

Luke 12: 33. 
An eternal weight of glory. 2 Cor, 

4:17. 
Is great. Mat. 5: 12. Luke 6: 35. 

Heb. 10: 35. 
Is full. 2 Jno. 8. 
Is sure. Pro. 11 : 18. 
Is satisfying. Psa. 17 : 15. 
Is inestimable. Isa. 61 : 4, with 1 

Cor. 2 : 9. 
Saints may feel confident of. Psa. 
73:24. Isa. 25:8, 9. 2 Cor. 5:1. 2 
Tim. 4: 8. 
Hope of, a cause of rejoicing. Rom. 

5:2. 
Be careful not to lose. 2 ,Jno. 8. 
The peospect of, shodld lead to 
Diligence. 2 Jno. 8. 
Pressing forward. Phi. 3: 14. 
Enduring suffering for Christ. 2 

Cor. 4: 16—18. Heb. 11: 26. 
Faithfulness unto death. Rev. 2: 

10. 
Present afflictions not to be com- 
pared with. Rom. 8:18. 2 Cor. 5: 
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Shall be given at the second coming 
of Christ. Mat. 16 : 27. Rev. 22 : 12. 

Riches. 

The true riches. Eph. 3:8. 1 Cor. 1 

30. Col. 2:3. 1 Pet. 2:7. 
God gives. 1 Sam. 2 : 7. Ecc. 5 : 19. 
To God belongs this world's riches. 

Hag. 2:8. 
God gives power to obtain. Deu. 8: 

18. 
The blessing of the Lord brings. 

Pro. 10 : 22. 
Give worldly power. Pro. 22 : 7. 
Described as 
Temporary. Pro. 27 : 24. 
Uncertain. 1 Tim. 6:17. 
Unsatisfying. Ecc. 4: 8. Ecc. 5: 10. 
Corruptible. Jas. 5 : 2. 1 Pet. 1 : 18. 
Fleeting. Pro. 23: 5. Rev. 18:16, 

17. 
Deceitful. Mat. 13 : 22. 
Liable to be stolen. Mat. 6: 19. 
Perishable. Jer. 48:36. 
Thick clay. Hab. 2:6. 
Often an obstruction to the reception 

of the gospel. Mar. 10 : 23—25. 
Deceitfulness of, chokes the word. 

Mat. 13:22. 
The love of, the root of all evil. 1 

Tim. 6:10. 
Often lead to 
Pride. Eze. 28:5. Hos. 12:8. 
Forgetting God. Deu. 8 : 13, 14. 
Denying God. Pro. 30: 8, 9. 
Forsaking God. Deu. 32 : 15. 
Rebelling against God. Neh. 9: 

25, 26. 
Rejecting Christ. Mat. 19: 22. Mat. 

10:22. 
Self-suificiency. Pro. 28 : 11. 
Anxiety. Ecc. 5: 12. 
An overbearing spirit. Pro. 18:23. 
Violence. Mic. 6 : 12. 
Oppression. Jas. 2:6. 
Fraud. Jas. 5 : 4. 

Sensual indulgence. Luke 16: 19. 
Jas. 5: 5. 
Life consists not in abundance of. 

Luke 12: 15. 
Be not over-anxious for. Pro. 30:8. 
Labor not for. Pro. 23 : 4. 
They who covet, 
Fall into temptation and a snare. 

1 Tim. 6: 9. 
Fall into hurtful lusts. 1 Tim. 6 : 9. 
Err from the faith. 1 Tim. 6:10. 
Use unlawful means to acquire. 

Pro. 28 : 20. 
Bring trouble on themselves. 1 

Tim. 6:10. 
Bring trouble on their families. 
Pro. 15:27. 
Profit not in the day of wrath. Pro. 

11:4. 
Cannot secure prosperity. Jas. 1 : 11. 



Cannot redeem the soul. Psa. 49: 6 — 

9. 1 Pet. 1 : 18. 
Cannot deliver in the day f>f God's 
wrath. Zep. 1:18. Rev. 6:15—17. 
They who possess, should 
Ascribe them to God. 1 Chr. 29 : 12. 
Not trust in them. Job 31 : 24. 1 

Tim. 6:17. 
Not set the heart on them. Psa. 

62:10. 
Not boast of obtaining them. Deu. 

8:17. 
Not glory in them. Jer. 9:23. 
Not hoard them up. Mat. 6 : 19. 
Devote them to God's service. 1 

Chr. 29 : 3. Mar. 12 : 42—44. 
Give of them to the poor. Mat. 19: 

21. lJno.3:17. 
Use them in promoting the salva- 
tion of others. Luke 10 : 9. 
Be liberal in all things. ITim. 6: 

18. 
Esteem it a privilege to be allowed 

to give. 1 Chr. 29:14. 
Not to be high-minded. 1 Tim. 6: 17. 
When converted, rejoice in being 
humbled. Jas. 1 : 9, 10. 
Heavenly treasures superior to. Mat. 

6 : 19, 20. 
Of the wicked laid up for the just. 

Pro. 13:22, 
The wicked 
Often increase in. Psa. 73:12. 
Often spend their days in. Job 

21:13. 
Swallow down. Job 20 : 15. 
Trust in the abundance of. Psa. 

52: 7. 
Heap up. Job 27 : 16. Psa. 39 : 6. 

Ecc. 2 : 26. 
Keep, to their hurt. Ecc. 5: IS. 
Boast themselves in. Psa. 49: 6. 

Psa 52 ■ 7. 
Profit not by. Pro. 11:4. Pro. 13: 

7. Ecc. 5:11. 
Have trouble with. Pro. 15:6. 1 

Tim. 6: 9, 10. 
Must leave, to others. Psa. 49: 10. 
Vanity of heaping up. Psa. 39: 6. 

Ecc. 5: 10, 11. 
Guilt of trusting in. Job 31 : 24, 28. 

Eze. 28:4, 5, 8. 
Guilt of rejoicing in. Job 31: 25, 28. 
Denunciations against those who 
Get, by vanity. Pro. 13 : 11. Pro. 21 : 6. 
Get, unlawfully. Jer. 17 : 11. 
Increase, by oppression. Pro. 22: 

16. Hab. 2:6-8. Mic. 2: 2, .3. 
Hoard up. Ecc. 5: 13, 14. Jas. 5: 3. 
Trust in. Pro. 11 : 28. 
Receive their consolation from. 

Luke 6 : 24. 
Abuse. Jas. 5:1,5. 
Spend, upon their appetite. Job 
20: 15—17. 
Folly and danger of trusting to— Il- 
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Danger of misusing — Illustrated. 
Luke 16 : 19—25. 

Examples of saiuts possessing. Abram, 
Gen. 13: 2. Lot, Gen. 13: ."J, 6. Isaac, 
Gen. 2(j : 13, 14. Jacob, Gen. 32 : 5, 10. 
Josejih, Gen. 45: 8, 13. Boaz, Ruth 
2:1. Baizillai, 2 Sam. 19: 32. Shu- 
nammife, 2 Kin. i: 8. Dacid, 1 Chr. 
29: 28. Jehoshaphat, 2 Chr. 17: 5. 
Hezekiah, 2 Chr. 32: 27— 29. Job, Job 
1 : 3. Josexjh of Arimatheu, Mat. 27 : 
57. Zaccheus, Luke 19: 2. Dorcas, 
Acts 9: 36. 

Examples of those truly rich. Mat. 
5:8. Mat. 8: 10. Mat. 13: 45, 46. 
Luke 10: 42. Jno. 1 : 45. Phi. 3: 8. 
Jas. 2 : 5. 1 Pet. 2 : 7. Rev. 3 : 18. 

Examples of wicked men possessing. 
/.«{)« II, Gen. 30:30. Esau, Gen. 36: 
7. Nabal, 1 Sam. 25 : 2. Haman, Est. 
5:11. Ammonites, Jer. 49: 4. Tyr- 
ians, Eze, 28: 5. Young man. Mat. 
19 : 22. 

Righteousness. 

Is obedience to God's law. Deu. 6: 
25, with Rom. 10: 5. Luke 1:6, 
withPsa. 1: 2. 
God loves. Psa. 11 : 7, 
God looks for. Isa. 5:7. 
Cheist 
Is the Son of. Mai. 4:2. 
Loves. Psa. 45 : 7, with Heb. 1 : 9. 
Was girt with. Isa. 11 : 5. 
Put on, as a breast-plate. Isa. 

59:17. 
Was sustained by. Isa. 59:16. 
Preached. Psa. 40:9, 
Fulfilled all. Mat. 3:15. 
Is made unto His people. 1 Cor. 

1:30. 
Is the end of the law for. Rom. 

10:4. 
Has brought in everlasting. Dan. 

9: 24. 
Shall judge with. Psa. 72:2. Isa. 

11:4. Acts 17: 31. Rev. 19: 11. 
Shall reign in. Psa. 45 : 6. Isa. 32 : 

1. Heb. 1:8. 
Shall execute. Psa. 99: 4. Jer. 
23:6. 
None, by nature have. Job 15 : 14. 

Psa. 14: 3, with Rom. 3: 10. 
Cannot come by the law. Gal. 2: 

21. Gal. 3: 21. 
No justification by works of. Rom. 

3:20. Rom. 9:31,32. Gal. 2:16. 
No salvation by works of. Eph. 2 : 

8,9. 2 Tim. 1:9. Tit. 3: 5. 
Unregenerate man seeks justifica- 
tion by works of. Luke 18: 9. 
Rom. 10: 3. 
The blessing of God is not to be at- 
tributed to our works of. Deu. 9 : 5. 

DAINT.S 

Have, in Christ. Isa. 45:24. Isa. 
54:17. 2 Cor. 5:21. 



Have, imputed. Rom. 4 : 11, 22. 

Are covered with the robe of. Isa. 
61 : 10. 

Receive, from God. Psa. 24: 5. 

Are renewed in. Eph. 4:24. 

Are led in the paths of. Psa. 23: 3. 

Are servants of. Rom. 6:16, 18. 

Characterized by. Gen. 18: 25. Psa. 
1:5,6. 

Know. Isa. 51 : 7. 

Do. 1 Jno. 2 : 29. 1 Jno. 3 : 7. 

Work, by faith. Heb. 11: 33. 

Follow after. Isa. 51 : 1. 

Put on. Job 29: 14. 

Wait for the hope of. Gal. 5 : 5. 

Pray for the spirit of. Psa. 51 : 10. 

Hunger and thirst after. Mat. 5:6. 

Walk before God in. 1 Kin. 3:6. 

Ofl'er the sacrifice of. Psa. 4: 5. 
Psa. 51:19. 

Put no trust in their own. Phi. 3 : 
6-8. 

Count their own, as filthy rags. 
Isa. 64: 6. 

Should seek. Zep. 2:3. 

Should live in. Tit. 2: 12. 1 Pet. 
2:24. 

Should serve God in. Luke 1 : 75. 

Should yield their members as in- 
struments of. Rom. 6:13. 

Should yield their members serv- 
ants to. Rom. 6: 19. 

Should have on the breast-plate of. 
Eph. 6:14. 

Shall receive a crown of. 2 Tim. 4 : 8. 

Shall see God's face in. Psa. 17 : 
15. 
Of saints endures forever. Psa. 112 : 

3,9, with 2 Cor. 9:9. 
An evidence of the new birth. 1 Jno. 

2: 29. 
The kingdom of God is. Rom. 14 : 17. 
The fruit of the Spirit is in all. Eph. 

5:9. 
The Scriptures instruct in, 2 Tim. 3: 

16. 
Judgments designed to lead to. Isa, 

26 : 9. 
Chastisements yield the fruit of. 

Heb. 12: 11. 
Has no fellowship with unrighteous- 
ness. 2 Cor. 6: 14. 
Ministers should 

Be preachers of. 2 Pet. 2:5. 

Reason of. Acts 24 : 25, 

Follow after. 1 Tim. 6:11. 2 Tim. 
2 : 22. 

Be cfothed with. Psa. 132 : 9. 

Be armed with. 2 Cor. 6:7. 

Pray for fruit of, in their people. 
2 Cor. 9:10. Phi. 1 : 11. 
Keeps saints in the right way. Pro. 

11:5. Pro. 13:6. 
Judgment should be executed iu. 

Lev. 19: 15. 
They who walk in, and follow, 

Are righteous. 1 Jno. 3:7. 



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Are the excellent of the earth. 

Psa. 16:3, with Pro. 12; 26. 
Are accepted with God. Acts 10: 

35. 
Are loved by God. Psa. 146: 8. Pro. 

15:9. 
Are blessed by God. Psa. 5: 12. 
Are heard by God. Luke 18: 7. 

Jas. 5 : 16. 
Are objects of God's watchful care. 

Job 36 : 7. Psa. 34 : 15. Pro. 10 : 3. 

1 Pet. 3 : 12. 
Are tried by God. Psa. 11 : 5. 
Are exalted by God. Job 36 : 7. 
Dwell in security. Isa. 33 : 15, 16. 
Are bold as a lion. Pro. 28: 1. 
Are delivered out of all troubles. 

Psa. 34:19. Pro. 11: 8. 
Are never forsaken by God. Psa. 

37 : 25. 
Are abundantly provided for. Pro. 

13: 25. Mat. 6:25— 33. 
Are enriched. Psa. 112 : 3. Pro. 15 : 

6. 
Think and desire good. Pro. 11 : 23. 

Pro. 12 : 5. 
Know the secret of the Lord. Psa. 

25 : 14. Pro. 3 : 32. 
Have their prayers heard. Psa. 

34 : 17. Pro. 15 : 29. 1 Pet. 3 : 12. 
Have their desires granted. Pro. 

10 : 24. 
Find it with life and honor. Pro. 

21 : 21. 
Shall hold on their way. Job 17 : 9. 
Shall never be moved. Psa. 15 : 2, 5. 

Psa. 55: 22. Pro. 10:30. Pro. 12: 3. 
Shall be ever remenabered. Psa. 

112:6. 
Shall flourish as a branch. Pro. 

11 : 28. 
Shall be glad in the Lord. Psa. 64 : 

10. 
Brings its own reward. Pro. 11 : 18. 

Isa. 3:10. 
Tends to life. Pro. 11 : 19. Pro. 12 : 

28. 
The work of, shall be peace. Isa. 32 : 

17. 
The effect of, shall be quietness and 

assurance for ever. Isa. 32: 17. 
Is a crown of glory to the aged. Pro. 

16:31. 
The wicked 
Are far from. Psa. 119: 150. Isa. 

46:12. 
Are free from. Rom. 6:20. 
Are enemies of. Acts 13: 10. 
Leave off. Amos 5: 7, with Psa. 

36:3. 
Follow not after. Rom. 9 : 30. 
Do not. 1 Jno. 3 : 10. 
Do not obey. Rom. 2: 8, with 2 

The. 2 : 12. 
Love lying rather than. Psa. 52 : 3. 
Make mention of God, not in. Isa, 

48:1. 



Though favored, will not learn. 

Isa. 26: 10, with Psa. 106: 43. 
Speak contemptuously against 

those who follow. Psa. 31; 18. 

Mat. 27 : 39—44. 
Hate those who follow. Psa. 34: 21. 
Slay those who follow. Psa. 37 : 32. 

1 Jno. 3 : 12. with Mat. 23 : 35. 
Should break off their sins by, 

Dan. 4:27. 
Should awake to. 1 Cor. 15 : 34. 
Should sow to themselves in. Hos. 

10: 12. 
Vainly wish to die as those who 

follow. Num. 23:10. 
The throne of kings established by. 

Pro. 16 : 12. Pro. 25 : 5. 
Nations exalted by. Pro. 14:34. 
Blessedness of 
Having imputed, without works. 

Rom. 4:6. 
Doing. Psa. 106:3. 
Hungering and thirsting after. 

Mat. 5 : 6. 
Suffering for. 1 Pet. 3:14. 
Being persecuted for. Mat. 5:10. 
Turning others to. Dan. 12 : 3. 
Promised to the Church. Isa. 32 : 16. 

Isa. 45:8. Isa. 61: 11. Isa. 62:1. 
Promised to saints. Isa. 60:21. Isa. 

61 : 3. 
Exemplified. Jacob, Gen. 30:33. David, 
2 Sam. 22:21. Zacftarjas, c&c. Luke 
1 : 6. Abel, Heb. 11 : 4. Lot, 2 Pet. 2 : 
8. 

Righteousness Imputed. 
Predicted. Isa. .56:1. Eze. 16:14. 
Revealed in the gospel. Rom. 1 : 17. 
Is of the Lord. Isa. 54 : 17. 
Described as 
The righteousness of faith. Rom. 

4:13. Rom. 9: 30. Rom. 10: 6. 
The righteousness of God, without 

the law. Rom. 3: 21. 
The righteousness of God by faith 

in Christ. Rom. 3 : 22. 
Christ being made righteousness 

unto us. 1 Cor. 1 : 30. 
Our being made the righteousness 
of God, in Christ. 2 Cor. 5: 21. 
Christ is the end of the law for. 

Rom. 10: 4. 
Christ called the Lord oue right- 
eousness. Jer. 23 : 6. 
Christ brings in an everlasting right- 
eousness. Dan. 9:24. 
Is a free gift. Rom. 5: IV. 
God's righteousness never to be abol- 
ished. Isa. 51 : 6. 
The promises made through. Rom. 

4: 13. 
Saints 
Have, on believing. Rom. 4: 5, 11, 

24. 
Clothed with the robe of right- 
eousness. Isa. 61 : 10. 



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Exalted in righteousness. Psa. 89: 
16. 

Desire to be foiind iu. Phi. 3:9. 

Glory iu baviug. Isa. 45 : 24, 25. 
Exhortation to seek righteousness. 

Mat. 6:33. 
The Gentiles attained to. Rom. 9: 30. 
Blessedness of those who have. Rom. 

4:6. 
The Je\ts 

Ignorant of. Rom. 10: 3. 

Stumble at righteousness by faith. 
Rom. 9: 32. 

Submit not to. Rom. 10: 3. 
Exemplified. Abraham, Rom. 4: 9, 

22. Gal. 3 : 6. Paul, Phi. 3:7-9. 

Righteousness of God, The, 

Is part of His character. Psa. 7 : 9. 

Psa. 116:5. Psa. 119: 137. 
Described as 
Very high. Psa. 71 : 19. 
Abundant. Psa. 48: 10. 
Beyond computation. Psa. 71 : 15. 
Everlasting. Psa. 119 : 142. 
Enduring for ever. Psa. Ill : 3. 
The habitation of His throne. Psa. 
97:2. 
Christ acknowledged. Jno. 17 : 25. 
Christ committed His cause to, 1 

Pet. 2:23. 
Angels acknowledge. Rev. 16:5. 
Exhibited in 
His testimonies. Psa. 119: 138, 144. 
His commandments. Deu. 4: 8. 

Psa. 119: 172. 
His judgments. Psa. 19: 9. Psa. 119: 

7,02. 
His word. Psa. 119: 123. 
His ways. Psa. 145: 17. 
His acts. Jud. 5: 11. 1 Sam. 12: 7. 
His government. Psa. 96:13. Psa. 

98: 9. 
The gospel. Psa. 85 : 10, with Rom. 

3 : 25, 26. 
The final judgment. Acts 17: 31. 
The punishment of the wicked. 
Rom. 2:5. 2 The. 1 : 6. Rev. 16: 
7. Rev. 19:2. 
Shown to the posterity of saints. 

Psa. 103:17. 
Shown openly before the heathen. 

Psa. 98 : 2. 
God delights in the exercise of. Jer. 

9: 24. 
The heavens shall declare. Psa. 50: 

6. Psa. 97 : 6. 
Saints 
Ascribe, to Him. Job 36: 3. Dan. 

9:7. 
Acknowledge, in His dealings. Ezr. 

9 : 15. 
Acknowledge, though the wicked 
prosper. Jer. 12: 1, with Psa. 73: 
12-17. 
Recognize, in the fulfilment of 
His promises. Neh. 9:8. 



Confident of beholding. Mic. 7: 9. 

Upheld by. Isa. 41 : 10. 

Do not conceal. Psa. 40:10. 

Mention, only. Psa. 71 : 16. 

Talk of. Psa. 35 : 28. Psa. 71 : 15, 24. 

Declare toothers. Psa. 22: 31, 

Magnify. Psa. 7 : 17. Psa. 51 : 14. 
Psa. 145: 7. 

Plead, in prayer. Psa. 143 11. Dan. 
9: 16. 
Leads Him toloverighteouness. Psa. 

11:7. 
We should pray 

To be led in. Psa. 5 : 8. 

To be quickened in. Psa. 119: 411. 

To he delivered in. Psa. 31 : 1. Psa. 
71:2. 

To be answered in. Psa. 143: 1. 

To be judged according to. Psa. 
35 : 24. 

For its continued manifestation. 
Psa. 36: 10. 
His care and defence of His people 

designed to teach. Mic. 6:4, 5. 
The wicked have no interest in. Psa, 

69:27. 
Illustrated. Psa. 36:6. 



Rings, 



Antiquity of. Gen. 24:22. Gen. 38: 

18. 
Made of gold and set with precious 
stones. Num. 31 : 50, 51. So. of Sol. 
5 : 14. 
Were worn 
On the hands. Gen. 41 : 42. 
On the arms. 2 Sam. 1 : 10. 
In the ears. Job42:ll. Hos. 2:13. 

Eze. 16:12. 
In the nose. Isa. 3:21. 
Rich men distinguished by. Jas. 2: 2. 
Women of rank adorned with. Isa. 

3:16,21. 
Of kings 
Used for sealing decrees. Est. 3; 

12. Est. 8 : 8, 10. 
Given to favorites as a mark of 
honor. Gen. 41:42. Est. 3:10. 
Est. 8:2. 
Numbers of, taken from Midianites. 

Num. 31 : 50. 
Illustrative 
Of the glory of Christ. So. of Sol. 

5 : 14. 
(Put on the hands,) of favor. Luke 
15 : 22. 

Rivers. 

Source of. Job 28 : 10. Psa. 104 : 8, 10. 
Enclosed within banks. Dan. 12:5. 
Flow through valleys. Psa. 104 : 8, 10. 
Some OF 

Great and mighty. Gen. 15 : 18 
Psa. 74:15. 

Deep. Eze. 47 : 5. Zee. 10 : 11. 

Broad. Isa. 33:21. 

Rapid, Jud. 5:21. 



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Parted into many streams. Gen. 2 : 
10. Isa. 11:15. 
Run into tlie sea. Ecc. 1:7. Eze. 

47:8. 
God's power over, unlimited. Isa. 

.50:2. Nab. 1:4. 
Useful for 

Supplying drink to the people. Jer. 
2: 18. 

Commerce. Isa. 23 : 3. 

Promoting vegetation. Gen. 2 : 10. 

Bathing. Exo. 2 : 5. 
Baptism often performed in. Mat. 

3: 6. 
Of Canaan abounded with fish. Lev. 

11 : 9, 10. 
Banks of, 

Covered with flags. Exo. 2 : 3, 5. 

Planted with trees. Eze. 47 : 7. 

Frequented by doves. So. of Sol. 
5: 12. 

Frequented by wild beasts. Jer. 
49 : 19. 

Places of common resort. Psa. 
137:1. 

Frequently overflowed. Jos. 3: 
15. IChr. 12:15. 

Peculiarly fruitful. Psa. 1 : 3. Isa. 
32 : 20. 
Gardens often made beside. Num. 

24:6. 
Cities often built beside. Psa. 46: 4. 

Psa. 137:1. 
Often the boundaries of kingdoms, 

&c. Jos. 22 : 25. 1 Kin. 4 : 24. 
Mentioned in Sceiptcke; 

Of Eden. Gen. 2:10. 

OfJotbath. Deu. 10:7. 

Of Ethiopia. Isa. 18:1. 

Of Babylon. Psa. 137 : 1. 

Of Egypt. Gen. 15:18. 

Of Damascus. 2 Kin. 5: 12. 

Of Ahava. Ezr. 8:15. 

Of Judah. Joel 3 : 18. 

Of Philippi. Acts 16: 13. 

Abana. 2 Kin. 5: 12. 

Arnou. Deu. 2:36. Jos. 12: 1. 

Chebar. Eze. 1 : 1, 3. Eze. 10: 15, 20. 

Euphrates. Gen. 2:14. 

Gihon. Gen. 2: 13. 

Gozan. 2 Kin. 17 : 6. 1 Cbr. 5 : 26. 

Hiddekel. Gen. 2:14. 

Jabbok. Deu. 2:37. Jos. 12:2. 

Jordan. Jos. 3:8. 2 Kin. 5 : 10. 

Kauah. Jos. 16:8. 

Kishon. Jud. 5 : 21. 

Pharpar. 2 Kin. 5 : 12. 

Pison. Gen. 2:11. 

Ulai. Dan. 8:16. 
Many, fordable in some places. Gen. 

32:22. Jos. 2:7. Isa. 16:2. 
Illustrative 

Of the abundance of grace in 
Christ. Isa. 32 : 2, with Jno. 1 : 16. 

Of the gifts and graces of the Holy 
Spirit. Psa. 46:4. Isa. 41:18. 
Isa. 43 : 19, 20. Jno. 7 : 38, 39. 



Of heavy afflictions. Psa. 69 : 2. Isa. 
43:2. 

Of abundance. Job 20: 17. Job 29:t5. 

Of people flying from judgments. 
Isa. 23:10. 

(Steady course of,) of peace lot 
saints. Isa. 66: 12. 

(Fruitfulness of trees planted by,) 
of the permanent prosperity of 
saints. Psa.Jl : 3. Jer. 17 : 8. 

(Drying upof,) of God's judgments. 
Isa. 19 : 1-8. Jer. ,51 : 36. Nah. 1 : 4. 
Zee. 10:11. 

(Overflowing of,) of God's judg- 
ments. Isa. 8:7, 8. Isa. 28: 2, 18. 
Jer. 47 : 2. 

Rocks. 

Often composed of flint. Deu. 8: 15. 

Deu. 32 : 13. 
Described as 

Hard. Jer. 5 : 3. 

Durable. Job 19: 24. 

Barren. Eze. 26: 4, 14. Amos 6 : 12. 
Luke 8: 6. 
Often sharp-pointed and craggy. 1 

Sam. 14:4. 
Often had holes and clefts. Exo 33 : 

22. 
Were a defence to a country. Isa. 33: 

16. 
Dreaded by mariners. Acts 27 : 20. 
Inhabited by 

Wild goats. Job 39: 1. 

Conies. Psa. 104 : 18. Pro. 30 : 2i: , 

Doves. So. of Sol. 2: 14. Jer. 48: 28. 

Eagles. Job 39 : 28. Jer. 49 : 16. 
The olive tree flourished amon^'st. 

Deu. 32:13. Job 29: 6. 
Bees often made their honey amongst. 

Deu. 32:13. Psa. 81:16. 
Used as 

Altars. Jud. 6: 20, 21, 26. Jud. 13: 19. 

Places for idolatrous worship. Isa. 
57: 5. 

Places of Observation. Exo. 33 : 21. 
Num. 23:9. 

Places of safety in danger. 1 Sam. 
13 : 6. Isa. 2 : 19. Jer. 16 : 16. Rev. 
6:15. 

Places for shelter by the poor in 
their distress. Job 24 : 8. Job 30 : 
3,6. 
The shadow of, grateful to travelers 

during the heat of the day, Isa. 

32:2. 
Houses often built on. Mat. 7: 24,25. 
Tombs often hewn out of. Isa. 22: 16. 

Mat. 27 : 60. 
Important events often engraved 

upon. Job 19: 24. 
Mentioned in Scripture; 

Adullam. iChr. 11:15. 

Bozez. 1 Sam. 14: 4. 

Engedi. 1 Sam. 24:1,2. 

Etam. Jud. 15:8. 

Horeb in Rephidim: Exo. 17 : 1—6. 



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Meribah in Kadesh. Num. 20: 1—11, 
Oreb. Jud. 7:25. Isa. 10:26. 
Rimmon. Jud. 20: 45. 
Soneb. 1 Sam. 14: 4. 
Sela-bammahlekoth in the wilder- 
ness of Maon. 1 Sam. 23: 25, 28. 
Selab in the vallev of salt. 2 Kin. 

14:7. {innnj.) 2 Chr. 25: 11, 12. 
Man's industry in cutting through. 

Job 28 : 9, 10. 
Hammers used for breaking. Jer. 23: 

29. 
Casting down from, a punishment. 2 

Chr. 25 : 12. 
Miracles connected with; 
Water brought from, Exo. 17 : 6. 

Num. 20:11. 
Fire ascended out of. Jud. 6 : 21. 
Broken in pieces by the wind. 1 

Kin. 19:11. 
Rent at the death of Christ. Mat. 

27:51. 
God's power exhibited in removing, 

&c. Job 14: 18. Nah. 1:6. 
Illustrative of 
God as creator of His people. Deu. 

32 : 18. 
God as the strength of His people. 

Psa. 18 : 1, 2. Psa. 62 : 7. Isa. 17 : 10. 
God as defence of His people. Psa, 

31 : 2, 3. 
God as refuge of His people. Psa. 

94 : 22. 
God as salvation of His people. 

Deu. 32 : 15. Psa. 89 : 26. Psa. 95 : 1. 
Christ as refuge of His people. Isa. 

32:2. 
Christ as foundation of His church. 

Mat. 16: IS, with 1 Pet. 2: 6. 
Christ as source of spiritual gifts. 

1 Cor. 10:4. 
Christ as a stumbling-stoue to the 

wicked. Isa. 8 : 14. Rom. 9 : 33. 1 

Pet. 2:8. 
A place of safety. Psa. 27 : 5. Psa, 

40:2. 
Whatever we trust in. Deu. 32: 31, 

37. 
The ancestor of a nation. Isa 51 : 1. 

Roe, The, 

Clean andfit for food. Deu. 12:15. 

Deu. 14 : 5. 
Male of, called the roebuck. 1 Kin. 

4 : 23. 
Described as 

Cheerful. Pro. 5: 19- 

Wild. 2 Sam. 2:18. 

Swift. 1 Chr. 12:8. 
Inhabits the mountains. 1 Chr. 12 : 8. 
Often hunted by men. Pro. 6:5. 
[llustrative of 

Christ. So. of Sol. 2:9, 17. 

The church. So. of Sol. 4:. 5. So. 
of Sol. 7 : 3. 

A good wife. Pro. 5 : 19. 

The swift of foot. 2 Sam. 2: 18. 



Roman Empire, The. 

Called the world from its extent, 

Luke 2:1. 
Represented by the 
Legs of iron in Nebuchadnezzar's 

vision. Dan. 2 : 33, 40. 
Terrible beast in Daniel's vision. 

Dan. 7:7,19. 
Rome the capitol of. Acts 18: 2. 

Acts 19: 21. 
Judea a province of, under a proc- 
urator or a governor. Luke 3:2. 
Acts 23 : 24, 26. Acts 25:1. 
Allusions to military affairs of; 
Strict obedience to superiors. Mat. 

8:8,9. 
Use of the panoply or defensive 

armor. Rom. 13:12. 2 Cor. 6: 7. 

Eph. 6:11— 17. 
Soldiers not allowed to entangle 

themselves with earthly cares. 2 

Tim. 2: 4. 
Hardship endured by soldiers. 2 

Tim. 2:3. 
The soldier's special comrade who 

shared his toils and dangers. 

Phi. 2:25. 
Danger of sentinels' sleeping. Mat. 

28:13,14. 
Expunging from the muster roll 

names of soldiers guilty of 

crimes. Rev. 3: 5. 
Crowning of soldiers who dis- 
tinguished themselves. 2 Tim. 4: 

7, 8. 
Triumph of victorious generals. 

2Cor. 2:14— 16. Col. 2:15. 
Different military officers, &c. 

Acts 21 : 31. Acts 23 : 23, 24. 
Italian and Augustus' band. Acts 

10:1. Acts 27:1. 
Allusions TO judicial affairs of; 
Persons accused, examined by 

scourging. Acts 22 : 24, 29. 
Criminals delivered over to the 

soldiers for execution. Mat. 27: 

26, 27. _ 
Accusation in writing placed over 

the head of ihcss executed. Jut). 

19:19. 
Garments of those executed given 

to the soldiers. Mat. 27 : 35. Jiio. 

19 ! 23. 
Prisoners chained to soldiers for 

safety. Acts 21 ; 33, with Acts 12 : 

6. 2 Tim. 1: 16, with Acts 28: 

16. 
Accusers and accused confronted 

together. Acts 23: 35. Acts 25: 

16—19. 
Accused persons protected frorn 

popular violence. Acts 23:20,24 

-27. 
Power of life and death vested in 

its authorities. Jno. 18: 31, 39. 40. 

Jno. 19 : 10. 



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All appeals made to the emperor. 

Acts 25 : H, 12. 
Those who appealed to Csesar, to 

be brought before him. Acts 26: 

32. 
Allusions to citizenship of; 
Obtained by purchase. Acts 22: 28. 
Obtained by birth. Acts 22: 28. 
Exempted from the degradation of 

scourging. Acts 16: 37, .38. Acts 

22 • *^5 
Allusions to Grecian games 
adopted by; 
Gladiatorial fights. 1 Cor. 4: 9. 

1 Cor. l.j : 32. 
Footraces. 1 Cor. 9:24. Phi. 2:16. 

Phi. 3:11-14. Heb. 12:1,2. 
Wrestling. Eph. 6 : 12. 
Training of combatants. ICor. 9: 

25, 27. 
Crowning of conquerors. ICor. 9: 

25. Phi. 3:14. 2 Tim. 4:8. 
Rules observed in conducting. 2 

Tim. 2:5. 
Emperors of, mentioned; 
Tiberius. Luke 3:1. 
Augustus. Luke 2: 1. 
Claudius. Acts 11 : 28. 
Nero. Phi. 4 : 22. 2 Tim. 4 : 17. 
Predictions respecting ; 
Its universal dominion. Dan. 7: 

23. 
Its division into ten parts. Dan. 

2 : 41—43. Dan. 7 : 20, 24. 
Origin of papal power in. Dau. 7 : 

8, 20-25. 

Sabbath, The. 

Instituted by God. Gen. 2 : 3. 
Grounds of its institution. Gen. 2: 

2,3. Exo. 20:11. 
The seventh day observed as. Exo. 

20:9,10,11. 
Made for man. Mar. 2:27, 
God 
Blessed. Gen. 2:3. Exo. 20:11. 
Sanctified. Gen. 2:3. Exo. 31 : 15 
Hallowed. Exo. 20: 11. 
Commanded, to be kept. Lev. 19: 

3:30. 
Commanded, to bo sanctified. Exo. 

20:8. 
Will have His goodness commem- 
orated in the observance of. Deu. 
5:15. 
Shows favor in appointing. Neh. 

9:14. 
Shows consiiderate kindness in ap- 
pointing. Exo. 23:12. 
A sign of the covenant. Exo. 31 : 13, 

17. 
A tvpe of the heavenly rest. Heb. 4: 

4, 9. 
Christ 
Is Lord of. Mar. 2:28. 
Was accustomed to observe. Luke 
4:16. 



Taught on. Luke 4: 31. Luke 6: 6. 
Servants and cattle should be al- 
lowed to rest upon. Exo. 20 : 10. 

Deu. 5 : 14. 
No manner of work to be done on. 

Exo. 20:10. Lev. 23:3. 
No purchases to be made on. Neh. 

10:31. Neh. 13: 15— 17. 
No burdens to be carried on. Neh. 

13:19. Jer. 17:21. 
Divine worship to be celebrated on. 

Eze. 46 : 3. Acts 16 : 13. 
The Scriptures to be read on. Acts 

13:27. Acts 15: 21. 
The word of God to be preached on. 

Acts 13 : 14, 15, 44. Acts 17 : 2. Acts 

18:4. 
Works connected with religious serv- 
ice lawful on. Num. 28 : 9. Mat. 

12 : 5. Jno. 7 : 23. 
Works of mercy lawful on. Mat. 12: 

12. Luke 13: 16. Jno. 9:14. 
Necessary wants may be supplied on. 

Mat. 12: 1. Luke 13: 15. Luke 14: 1. 
Called 

The Sabbath of the Lord. Exo, 
20:10. Lev. 23:3. Deu. 5:14. 

The Sabbath of rest. Exo. 31 : 15. 

The rest of the holy Sabbath. Exo. 
16 : 23. 

God's holy day. Isa. 58 : 13. 

The Lord's day. Rev. 1 : 10. 
First day of the week kept as. by 

primitive church. Jno. 20: 26, Acts 

20:7. ICor. 16:2. 
Saints 

Observe. Neh. 13:22. 

Honor God in observing. Isa. 58: 
13. 

Rejoice in. Psa. 118: 24. Isa. 58:13 

Testify against those who dese- 
crate. Neh.l3:15, 20, 21. 
Observance of, to be perpetual. Exo. 

31 : 16, 17, with Mat. 5: 17, 18. 
Blessedness of honoring. Isa. 58: 13, 

14. 
Blessedness of keeping. Isa. 56: 2, 6. 
Denunciations against . those who 

profane. Neh. 13 : 18. Jer. 17 : 27. 
Punishment of those who profane. 

Exo. 31 : 14, 15. Num. 15 : 32-36. 
The wicked 

Mock at. Lam. 1:7. 

Pollute. Isa. 5G:2. Eze. 20: 13, 16. 

Profane. Neh. 13 : 17. Eze. 22 : 8. 

Wearied by. xVmos8:5. 
• Hide their eyes from. Eze. 22:26. 

Do their own pleasure on. Isa. .58: 
13. 

Bear burdens on. Neh. 13: 15. 

Work on. Neh. 13:15. 

Traffic on. Neh. 10:31. Neh. 13: 
15, 16. 

Sometimes jsretend to be zealous 
for. Luke 13: 14. Jno. 9:16. 

May be judicially deprived oL 
Lam. 2:6. Hos. 2:11, 



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Honoring of— Exemplified. Moses, £c. 
Num. 15:32—34. Nehemiah, Neb. 
13 : 15, 21. The women, Luke 23 : 56. 
Paul, Acts 13 : 14. DiscijHes, Acts 16 : 
13. John, Rev. 1 : 10. 

Dishouoring of— Exemplified. Gath- 
erers of manna, ^xo. 16:27. Gather- 
ers of sticks. Num. 15:32. Men of 
Tyre, Neb. 13:16. Inliabitants of 
Jerusalem, Jer. 17 : 21—23. 

Sackcloth. 

Made of coarse liair. Mat. 3: 4, with 

Rev. 6:12. 
Rough aud unsightly. Zee. 13: 4. 
Of a black color. Rev. 6 : 12. 
Was worn 
By Uod's prophets. 2 Kin. 1 : 8. 

Isa.20:2. Mat. 3:4. Rev. 11 : 3. 
By persons in atUiction. Neb. 9: 1. 

Psa. 69:11. Jon. 3:5. 
Girt about the loins. Gei). 37 : 34. 

1 Kin. 20:31. 
Frequently next the skin in deep 

athiction. 1 Kin. 21 : 27. 2 Kin. 6: 

30. Job 16: 15. 
Often over the whole person. 2 

Kin. 19:1, 2. 
With ashes on the head. Est. 4: 1. 
Often with ropes on the bead, 1 

Kin. 20:31. 
In the streets. Isa. 15 : 3. 
At funerals. 2 Sam. 3 : 31. 
The Jews lay in, when in deep afflic- 
tion. 2 Sam. 21: 10. 1 Kin. 21:27. 
Joel 1 : 13. 
No one clothed in, allowed into the 

palaces of kings. Est. 4 : 2. 
Illu.strative 

(Girding with, )'of heavy afflictions. 

Isa. 3:24. Isa. 22:12. Isa. 32:11. 
(Covering the heavens with,) of se- 
vere judgments. Isa. 50:3. 
(Heavens becoming black as,) of 

severe judgments. Rev. 6: 12. 
(Putting off,) of joy and gladness. 

Psa. 30: 11. 

Sacrifices. 

Divine institution of. Gen. 3: 21, 
with Gen. 1 : 29 and Gen. 9 : 3. Gen. 
4:4, 5. with Heb. 11:4. 

To bo offered to God alone. Exo. 22 : 
20. Jud. 13:16. 2 Kin. 17:36. 

When offered to God, an acknowledg- 
ment of His being the supreme God. 
2 Kin. 5 : 17. Jon. 1 : 16. 

Consisted of 
Clean animals or bloody sacrifices. 

Gen. 8 : 20. 
The fruits of the earth or unbloody 
sacrifices. Gen. 4: '4. Lev. 2:1. 

Always offered upon altars. Exo. 
20:24. 

The offering of, an acknowledgment 
of sin. Heb. 10:3. 



Were offered 

From the earliest age. Geu. 4 : 3, 4, 

By the patriarchs. Gen. 22: 2, 13. 

Gen. 31 : 54. Gen. 46 : 1. Job 1 : 5. 

After the departure of Israel from 

Egypt. Exo. 5:3, 17. Exo. 18:12. 

Exo. 24 : 5. 

Under the Mosaic dispensation. 

Lev. 1 ch. to 7 ch. Heb. 10: 1- 3. 

Daily. Exo. 29: 38, 39. Nun;. 2S: 

3, 4. 
Weekly. Num. 28:9, 10. 
Monthly. Num. 28:11. 
Yearly. Lev. 16: 3. 1 Sam. 1 : 3, 21. 

ISam. 20:'6. 
At all the feasts. Num. 10: 10. 
For the whole nation. Lev. 16: 

15-30. IChr. 29:21. 
For individuals. Lev. 1 : 2. Lev. 17 : 8. 
lu faith of a coming Saviour, Heb. 
11:4,17,28. 
Required to be perfect and without 
blemish. Lev. 22:19. Deu. 15:21. 
Deu. 17 : 1. Mai. 1 : 8, 14. 
Generally the best of their kind. 
Geu. 4: 4. 1 Sam. 15: 22, Psa. 66: 
15. Isa. 1 : 11. 
Different kinds of; 
Burnt offering wholly consumed by 

fire. Lev. 1 ch. 1 Kin. 18 : 38. 
Sin offering for sins of ignorance. 

Lev. 4 ch. 
Trespass offering for intentional 

sins. Lev. 6:1— 7. Lev. 7:1— 7. 
Peace offering. Lev. 3 ch. 
To be brought to the place appointed 

by God. Deu. 12 : 6. 2 Chr. 7 : 12. 
Were bound to the horns of the altar. 

Psa. 118:27. 
Were salted with salt. Lev. 2: 13. 

Mar. 9:49. 

Often consumed by fire from heaven. 

Lev. 9 : 24. 1 Kin. IS : 38. 2 Chr. 7:1, 

When bloody, accompanied with meat 

and drink offering. Num. 15 : 3 — 12, 

No leaven otteretl with, except for 

thanksgiving. Exo, 23: 18, with 

Lev. 7: 13. 

Fat of, not to remain until morning. 

Exo. 23: 8. 
The priests 
Appointed to offer. 1 Sam. 2: 28. 
Eze. 44: 11, 15. Heb. 5:1. Heb. 
8:3. 
Had a portion of, and lived by. 
Exo. 29: 27, 28. Deu. 18:3. Jos. 
13 : 14. 1 Cor. 9 : 13. 
Were typical of Christ's sacrifice. 1 
Cor. 5: 7. Eph. 5: 2, Heb. 10: 1, 
11, 12. 
Were accepted when offered in sin- 
cerity and faith. Gen. 4: 4, with 
Heb. 11:4. Gen. 8:21. 
Imparted a legal purification, Heb. 

9 : 13, 22. 
Could not take away sin. Psa, 40: 6. 
Heb, 9:9. Heb. 10: 1-11, 



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Without obedience, wortliless. 1 
Sam. 15 : 22. Pro. 21 : 3. Mar. 12 : 33. 
The covenants of God confirmed by. 
Gen. 15 : 9—17. Exo. 24 : 5-8, with 
Heb. 9:19, 20. Psa. 50:5. 
The Jews 
Condemned for not treating, with 

respect. 1 Sam. 2: 29. Mai. 1:12. 
Condemned for bringing defective 

and blemished. Mai. 1 : 13, 14. 
Condemned for not offering. Isa. 

43 : 23, 24. 
Unaccepted in, on account of sin. 

Isa. 1: 11, 15. Isa. 66: 3. Hos. 

8:13. 
Condemned for offering, to idols. 

2 Chr. 34: 25. Isa. 65: 3, 7. Eze. 

20:28,31. 
Offered to false gods, are offered to 
devils. Lev. 17: 7. Deu. 32: 17. 
Psa. 106:37. 1 Cor. 10:20. 
On great occasions, very numerous. 

2 Chr. 5:6. 2 Chr. 7 : 5. 
For public use often provided by the 

state. 2 Chr. 31 : 3. 
Illustrative of 
Prayer. Psa. 141 : 2. 
Thanksgiving. Psa. 27: 6. Psa. 

107:22. Psa. 116:17. Heb. 13:15. 
Devotedness. Rom. 12: 1. Phi. 2: 

17. 
Benevolence. Phi. 4:18. Heb. 13: 

16. 
Righteousness. Psa. 4:5. Psa 51: 

19. 
A broken spirit. Psa. 51 : 17. 
Martyrdom. Phi. 2: 7. 2 Tim. 4:6. 

Sadducecs, The. 
A sect of the Jews. Acts 5 : 17. 
Denied the resurrection and a future 

state. Mat. 22 : 23. Luke 20 : 27. 
The resurrection a cause of dispute 
between them and the Pharisees. 
Acts 23 : 6—9. 
Were refused baptism by John. Mat. 

3:7. 
Christ 
Tempted by. Mat. 16:1. 
Cautioned His disciples against 
their principles. Mat. 16: 6, 11, 
12. 
Vindicated the resurrection against 
Mat. 22: 24— ,32. Mar. 12:19—27. 
Silenced. Mat. 22 : .34. 
Persecuted the early Christians. 
Acts 4 : 1. Acts 5 : 17, 18, 40. 

Saints, Compared to. 

The sun. Jud. 5 : 31. Mat. 13 : 43. 

Stars. Dan. 12 : 3. 

Lights. Mat. 5:14. Phi. 2:15. 

Mount Ziou. Psa. 125 : 1, 2. 

Lebanon. Hos. 14:5— 7. 

Treasure. Exo. 19: 5. Psa. 135:4. 

Jewels. Mai. 3: 17. 

Gold. Job 23: 10. Lam. 4:2. 



Vessels of gold and silver. 2 Tim. 2; 

20. 
Stones of a crown. Zee. 9:16. 
Lively stones. 1 Pet. 2:5, 
Babes. Mat. 11 : 25. 1 Pet. 2 : 2. 
Little children. Mat. 18: 3. 1 Cor. 

14 : 20. 
Obedient children. 1 Pet. 1 : 14. 
Members of the body. 1 Cor. 12: 20, 

27. 
Soldiers. 2 Tim. 2:3,4. 
Runners in a race. 1 Cor. 9 : 24. Heb. 

12:1. 
Wrestlers. 2 Tim. 2:5. 
Good servants. Mat. 25 : 21. 
Strangers and pilgrims. 1 Pet. 2: 11. 
Sheep. Psa. 78:52. Mat. 25:33. Jno. 

10:4. 
Lambs. Isa. 40: 11. Jno. 21:15. 
Calves of the stall. Mai. 4:2. 
Lions. Pro. 28:1. Mic. 5:8. 
Eagles. Psa. 103:5. Isa. 40:31. 
Doves. Psa. 68:13. Isa. 60: 8. 
Thirsting deer. Psa. 42 : 1. 
Good fishes. Mat. 13:48. 
Dew and showers. Mic. 5 : 7. 
Watered gardens. Isa. 58:11. 
Unfailing springs. Isa. 58:11. 
Vines. So. of Sol. 6: 11. Hos. 14: 7. 
Branches of a vine. Jno. 15: 2, 4, 5. 
Pomegranates. So. of Sol. 4: 13. 
Good figs. Jer. 24 : 2-7. 
Lilies. So. of Sol. 2 : 2. Hos. 14 : 5. 
Willows by the water-courses. Isa. 

44:4. 
Trees planted by rivers. Psa. 1 : 3. 
Cedars in Lebanon. Psa. 92 : 12. 
Palm trees. Psa. 92:12. 
Green olive trees. Psa. 52: 8. Hos. 

14:6. 
Fruitful trees. Psa. 1 : 3. Jer. 17 : 8. 
Corn. Hos. 14:7. 

Wheat. Mat. 3: 12. Mat. 13: 29, 30. 
Salt. Mat. 5:13. 

Salt. 

Characterized as good and useful. 

Mar. 9:50. 
Used for 

Seasoning food. Job 6: 6. 

Seasoning sacrifices. Lev. 2 : 13. 
Eze. 43:24. 

Ratifying covenants. Num. 18:19. 
2 Chr. 13 : 5. 

Strengthening new-born infants. 
Eze. 16: 4. 
Partaking of another's, a bond of 

friendship. Ezr. 4:14. {marg.) 
Lost its savor when exposed to the 

air. Mat. 5:13. Mar. 9:50. 
Often found 

In pits. Jos. 11 : 8. (marg.) Zep. 2.9. 

In springs. Jas. 3:12. 

Near the Dead Sea. Num. 34 .- 12. 
Deu. 3:17. 
Places where it abounded barren and 

unfruitful. Jer. 17 : 6. Eze. 47:11. 



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The valley of, celebrated for victo- 
ries. 2 Sam. 8 : 13. 2 Kin. 14 : 7. 1 
Cbr. 18 : 12. 

Miracles connected with; 
Lot's wife turned into a pillar of. 

Gen. 19:20. 
Elislia lii'aled the bad water with. 

1 Kin. 2: 21. 

Places sown with, to denote perpetu- 
al d.^solation. Jud. 9: 45. 
Liberally alTorded to the Jews after 
the captivity. Ezr. 6: 9. Ezr. 7 : 22. 
Illustrative 
Of saints. Mat. ,5 : 13. 
Of grace in the heart. Mar. 9: 50. 
Of wisdom in siieech. Col. 4 : 6. 
(Without savor,) of graceless pro- 
fessors. Mat. 5 : 13. Mar. 9 : 50. 
(Pits of,) of desolation. Zep. 2 : 9. 
(Salted with fire,^ of preparation 
of the wicked for destruction. 
Mar. 9 : 49. 

Salutations. 

Antiquity of. Gen. 18 : 2. Gen. 19 : 1. 
Were given 

By brethren to each other. 1 Sam. 

17 : 22. 
By inferiors to their superiors. 

Gen. 47: 7. 
By superiors to inferiors. 1 Sam. 

.30:21. 
By all passers-by. ISam. 10:3, 4. 

Psa. 129:8. 
On entering a house. Jud. 18:15. 
Mat. 10: 12. Luke 1: 40, 41, 44. 
Often sent through messengers. 1 

Sam. 25:5, 14. 2 Sam. 8:10. 
Often sent by letter. Rom. 16 : 21-23. 
1 Cor. 10 : 21. Col. 4 : 18. 2 The. 3 : 17. 
Denied to persons of bad character. 

2 Jno. 10 v. 

Persons in haste excused from giv- 
ing or receiving. 2 Kin. 4: 29. Luke 
10:24. 
Expressions used as; 
Peace be with thee. Jud. 19 : 20. 
Peace to thee, and peace to thine 

house, and peace unto all that 

thou hast. 1 Sam. 25:6. 
Peace be to this house. Luke 10: 5. 
The Lord be with you. Ruth 2:4. 
The Lord bless thee. Ruth 2 : 4. 
The blessing of the Lord be upon 

you, we bless you in the name of 

the Lord. Psa. 129:8. 
Blessed be thou of the Lord. 1 Sam. 

15 : 13. 
God be gracious unto thee. Gen. 

43 : 29. 
Art thou in heath? 2 Sam. 20: 9. 
Hail. Mat. 26: 49. Luke 1 : 28. 
All hail. Mat. 28:9. 
Often perfidious. 2 Sam. 20:9. Mat. 

26 : 49. 
Given to Christ in derision. Mat. 27 : 
29, with Mar. 15 : 18. 



Often accompanied by 
Falling on the neck and kissing. 

Gen. 33: 4. Gen. 45 : 14, 15. Luke 

15 : 20. 
Laying hold of the beard with the 

right hand, &c. 2 Sam. 20: 9. 
Bowing frequently to the ground. 

Gen. 33:3. 
Embracing and kissing the feet. 

Mat. 28 : 9. Luke 7 : 38, 45. 
Touching the hem of the garment. 

Mat. 14 : 36. 
Falling prostrate on the ground. 

Est. 8:3. Mat. 2:11. Luke 8: 41. 
Kissing the dust. Psa. 72 : 9. Isa. 

49 : 23. 
The Jews condemned for giving, only 
to their own countrymen. Mat. 5 : 47. 
The Pharisees condemned for seek- 
ing, in public. Mat. 23:7. Mar. 12: 
38. 

Salvation. 

Is of God. Psa. 3: 8. Psa. 37 : 39. Jer. 

3:23. 
Is of the purpose of God. 2 Tim. 1:9. 
Is of the appointment of God. 1 

The. 5:9. 
God is willing to give. 1 Tim. 2:4. 
Is by Christ. Isa. 63: 9. Eph. 5:23. 
Is by Christ alone. Isa. 45: 21, 22. 

Isa. 59:16. Acts 4:12. 
Announced after the fall. Gen. 3: 15. 
Of Israel, predicted. Isa. 35 : 4. Isa. 

45:17. Zee. 9:16. Rom. 11:26. 
Of the Gentiles, predicted. Isa. 45 : 

22. Isa. 49:6. Isa. .52:10. 
Revealed in the gospel. Eph. 1 : 13. 

2 Tim. 1 : 10. 
Came to the Gentiles through the 

fall of the Jews. Rom. 11 : 11. 

The Captain of. Heb. 2 : 10. 

The Author of. Heb. 5 : 9. 

Appointed for. Isa. 49 : 6. 

Raised up for. Luke 1 : 69. 

Has. Zee. 9: 9. 

Brings, witli Him. Isa. 62: 11. 
Luke 19: 9. 

Mighty to effect. Isa. 63:1. Heb. 
7 : 25. 

Came to effect. Mat. 18 : 11. 1 Tim. 
1 : 15. 

Died to effect. Jno. 3 : 14, 15. Gal. 1 :4. 

Exalted to give. Acts 5 : 31. 
Is not by works. Rom. 11: 6. Eph. 

2:9. 2 Tim. 1:9. Tit. 3:5. 
Is of grace. Eph. 2 : 5, 8. 2 Tim. 1 : 9. 

Tit. 2: 11. 
Is of love. Rom. 5 : 8. 1 Jno. 4 : 9, 10. 
Is of mercy. Psa. 6 : 4. Tit. 3 : 5. 
Is of the long-suffering of God. 2 Pet. 

3 : 15. 
Is through faith in Christ. Mar. 16: 

16. Acts 16: 31. Rom. 10: 9. Eph. 

2:8. 1 Pet. 1:5. 



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Reconciliation to God, a pledge of. 
Rom. 5 : 10. 

Is DELIVEHANCE FROM 

Sin. Mat. 1 : 21, with 1 Jno. 3 : .5. 

Uncleanness. Eze. 36:29. 

The devil. Col. 2: l.j. Heb. 2: 14, 

15. 
Wrath. Rom. .5:9. 1 The 1 : 10. 
This present evil world. Gal. 1: 4. 
Enemies. Luke 1 : 71, 74. 
Eternal death. Jno. 3:16, 17. 
Confession of Christ necessary to. 

Rom. 10: 10. 
Regeneration necessary to. Jno. 3 : 3. 
Final perseverance necessary to. 

Mat. 10: 22. 
Described as 
Great. Heb. 2 : 3. 
Glorious. 2 Tim. 2: 10. 
Common. Judo 3. 
From generation to generation. 

Isa. 51 : 8. 
To the uttermost. Heb. 7 : 25. 
Eternal. Isa. 45: 17. Isa. 51: 6. 
Heb. 5 : 9. 
Searched into and exhibited by the 

prophets. 1 Pet. 1 : 10, 
The gospel is the power of God unto. 

Rom. 1:10. 1 Cor. 1:18. 
Preaching the word is the appoint- 
ed means of. 1 Cor. 1 : 21. 
The Scriptures are able to make wise 

unto. 2 Tim. 3 : 15. Jas. 1 : 21. 
Now is the day of. Isa. 49:8. 2 Cor. 

6:2. 
From sin, to be worked out with 

fear and trembling. Phi. 2 : 12. 
Saints 
Chosen to. 2 The. 2 : 13. 2 Tim. 1 : 9. 
Appointed to obtain. 1 The. 5 : 9. 
Are heirs of. Heb. 1 : 14. 
Have, through grace. Acts 15 : 11. 
Have a token of, in their patient 
suffering for Christ. Phi. 1:28, 
29. 
Kept by the power of God unto. 1 

Pet. 1 : 5. 
Beautified with. Psa. 149:4. 
Clothed with. Isa. 61 : 10. 
Satisfied by. Luke 2 : 30. 
Love. Psa. 40: 16. 
Hoiiefor. Lam. 3:26. Rom. 8: 24. 
Wait for. Gen. 49 : 18. Lam. 3 : 26. 
Long for. Psa. 119 : 81, 174. 
Earnestly look for. Psa. 119: 123. 
Daily approach nearer to. Rom. 

13:11. 
Receive, as the end of their faith. 

1 Pet. 1 : 9. 
Welcome the tidings of. Isa. 52: 7, 

with Rom. 10: 15. 
Pray to be visited with. Psa. 85: 

7. Psa. 106:4, Psa. 119:41. 
Pray for assurance of. Psa. 35 : 3. 
Pray for a joyful sense of. Psa. 51 : 

12. 
Evidence, by works. Heb. 6 : 9, 10. 



Ascribe, to God. Psa. ?5 : 5. Isa. 

Praise God for. 1 Chr. 16 : 23. Psa 

96 : 2. 
Commemorate, with thanks. Psa. 

116:13. 
Rejoice in. Psa. 9: 14. Psa. 21 • 1 

Isa. 25:9. 
Glory in. 1 Cor. 1 : 31. Gal. 6:14. 
Declare. Psa. 40: 10. Psa. 71:15. 
Godly sorrow worketh repentance 

unto. 2 Cor. 7 : 10. 
All the earth shall see. Isa. 52:10. 

Luke 3 : 6. 
Ministers 
Give the knowledge of. Luke 1 : 77. 
Show the way of. Acts 16: 17. 
Should exhort to. Eze. 3: 18, 19 

Acts 2: 40. 
Should labor to lead others to. 

Rom. 11: 14. 
Should be clothed with. 2 Chr 6 • 

41. Psa. 132:16. 
Should use self-denial to lead 

others to. 1 Cor. 9: 22. 
Should endure sufTering that the 

elect may obtain. 2 Tim. 2: 10. 
Are a sweet savor of Christ, unto 
God, in those who obtain. 2 Cor. 
2: 15. 
The heavenly host ascribe, to God. 

Rev. 7:10. Rev. 19:1. 
Sought in vain from 
Idols. Isa. 45 : 20. Jer. 2 : 28. 
Earthly power. Jer. 3 : 23. 
No escape for those who neglect. 

Heb. 2:3. 
Is far off from the wicked. Psa. 119: 

155. Isa. .59:11. 
Illustrated by 
A rock. Deu. 32 : 15. 2 Sam. 22 : 47. 

Psa. 95: 1. 
A horn. Psa. 18 : 2. Luke 1 : 69. 
A tower. 2 Sam. 22:51. 
A helmet. Iga. 59: 17. Eph. 6: 17. 
A shield. 2 Sam. 22: 36. 
A lamp. Isa. 62:1. 
A cup. Psa. 116:13. 
Clothing. 2 Chr. 6:41. Psa. 132: 

16. Psa. 149:4. Isa. 61 : 10. 
Wells. Isa. 12:3. 
Walls and bulwarks. Isa. 26:1. 

Isa. 60:18. 
Chariots. Hab. 3:8. 
A victory. 1 Cor. 15: 57. 
Typified. Num. 21 : 4—9, with Jno. 3 : 
14, 15. 

Samaria, Ancient. 

The territory of Ephraim and Manas- 
seh properly so called. Jos. 17: 17, 
18. Isa. 28:1. 

The whole kingdom of Israel some- 
times called. Eze. 16: 46, 51. Hos. 8: 
5, 6. 

Had many cities. 1 Kin. 13: 32. 



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SAMAraA THECAPITAI. OF, 

Built by Omri king of Israel. 1 

Kin. 16:23, 24. 
Called after Shemcr the owner of 

the hill on which it was built. 1 

Kin. 1(5:24. 
Called the mountain of Samaria. 

Amos 4: 1. Amos 6: 1. 
Called the head of Ephraim. Isa. 

7:9. 
Kings of Israel sometimes took 

their titles from. 1 Kin. 21 : 1. 2 

Kin. 1:3. 
The residence of the kings of Israel. 

1 Kin. 16:29. 2 Kin. 1:2. 2 Kin. 

3:1,6. 
The burial place of the kings of 

Israel. 1 Kin. 16:28. 1 Kin. 22: 

37. 2 Kin. 13: 13. 
Was a fenced city, and well provid- 
ed with arms. 2 Kin. 10 : 2. 
The pool of Samaria near to. 1 

Kin. 22:38. 
The prophet Elisha dwelt in. 2 

Kin. 2:25. 2 Kin. 5:3. 2 Kin. 6: 

32. 
Besieged by Benhadad. 1 Kin. 20: 

1-12. 
Deliverance of, predicted. 1 Kin, 

20:13, 14. 
Deliverance of, effected. 1 Kin. 20: 

15-21. 
Besieged again by Benhadad. 2 

Kin. 6:24. 
Suffered severely from famine. 2 

Kin. 6: 23-29. 
Elisha predicted plenty in. 2 Kin. 

7:1,2. 
Delivered by miraculous means. 2 

Kin. 7:6, 7. 
Remarkable plenty iu, as foretold 

by Elisha. 2 Kin. 7 : 16-20. 
Besieged and taken by Shalmanes- 

er. 2 Kin. 17:5,6. 2 Kin. 18:9, 

10. 
A mountainous country. Jer. 31 : 5. 

Amos 3 : 9. 
People of, characterized as 
Proud and arrogant. Isa. 9 : 9- 
Corrupt and wicked. Eze. 16,46, 

47. Hos. 7:1. Amos 3: 9, 10. 
Idolatrous. Eze. 23:5. ADcogS: 

14. Mic. 1:7. 
Predictions respecting its destruc- 
tion. Isa. 8:4. Isa. 9: 11, 12. Hos. 
13:16. Amos 3: 11. 12. Mic. 1:6. 
Inhabitants of, carried captive to 
Assyria. 2 Kin. 17 : 6, 23. 2 Kin. 18 : 
11. 
Repeopled from Assyria. 2 Kin. 17: 
24, 25. 

Samaria, Modern. 

Situated between Judea and Gali 

Luke 17: 11. Jno. 4:3,4. 
Had many cities, &c. Mat. 10: 5. 

Luke 9: 52, 



Cities of, mentioned in Scripture ; 
Samaria. Acts 8: 5. 
Sychar. Jno. 4 : 5. 
Antipatris. Acts 23 : 31. 
Christ preached in. Jno. 4: 39—42. 
Christ at first forbade His disciples to 

visit. Mat. 10:5. 
Christ after His resurrection com- 
manded the gospel to bo preached 
in. Acts 1 : 8. 
Inhabitants of. 
Their true descent. 2 Kin. 17:24. 

Ezr. 4 : 9, 10. 
Boasted descent from Jacob. Jno. 

4:12. 
Professed to worship God. Ezr. 

4:2. 
Their religion mixed with idolatry. 

2 Kin. 17 : 41, witli Jno. 4 : 22. 
Worshipped on Mount Gerizim. 

Jno. 4 : 20. 
Opposed the Jews after their re- 
turn from captivity. Neh. 4: 1 — 

18. 
Expected the Messiah. Jno. 4: 23, 

29. 
Were superstitious. Acts 8:9 — 11. 
More humane and grateful than 

the Jews. Luke 10: 33— 36. Luke 

17 : 16-18. 
Abhorred by the Jews. Jno. 8: 48. 
Had no intercourse or dealings 

with the Jews. Luke 9:.')2, 53. 

Jno. 4:9. 
Ready to hear and embrace the 

gospel. Jno. 4:39—42. Acts 8: 

6-8. 
The persecuted Christians fled to. 

Acts 8:1. 
The gospel first preached in, by 

Philip. Acts 8 : 5. 
Many Christian churches in. Acts 
9:31. 

Sanctification. 

Is separation to the service of God. 

Psa. 4:3. 2 Cor. 6: 17. 
Effected by 

God. Eze. 37: 28. 1 The. 5: 23. 
Jude 1. 

Christ. Hcb. 2:11. Heb. 13 : 12. 

The Holy Ghost. Rom. 15: 16. 1 
Cor. 6: 11. 
In Christ. 1 Cor. 1:2. 
Through the atonement of Christ. 

Heb. 10:10. Heb. 13:12. 
Through the word of God. Jno. 17 : 

17, 19. ,Eph. 5:26. 
Christ made, of God, unto us. 1 Cor. 

1:30. 
Saints elected to salvation through. 

2 The. 2:13. 1 Pet. 1:2. 
All saints are in a state of. Acts 20: 

32. Acts 26: 18. 1 Cor. 6:11. 
The Church made glorious by. Eph. 

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Should lead to 

Mortification of sin. 1 The. 4 : 8, 4. 

Holiness. Rom. 6:22. Eph. 5:7— 9. 
Offering up of saints acceptable 

through. Rom. 15 : 16. 
Saints fitted for the- service of God 

by. 2 Tim. 2: 21. 
God wills all saints to have. 1 The. 

4:3. 
Ministers 

Set apart to God's service by. Jer. 
1 : 5. 

Should pray that their people may 
enjoy complete. 1 The. 5 : 23. 

Should exhort their people to walk 
in. 1 The. 4:1,3. 
None can inherit the kingdom of 

God without. ICor. 6:9— 11. 
Typified. Gen. 2:3. Exo. 13:2. Exo. 

19 : 14. Exo. 40 : 9^15. Lev. 27 : 14—16. 

Scape-goat, The. 

Part of the sin-oH'oring on the day of 

atonement. Lev. 16 : 5, 7. 
Chosen by lot. Lev. 16 : 8. 
The high priest transferred the sins 

of Israel to, by confessing them 

with both hands upon its head. 

Lev. 16: 21. 
Sent into the wilderness by the hands 

of a fit person. Lev. 16: 21, 22. 
Communicated uncleanness to 

The high priest. Lev. 16: 24. 

The man who led him away. Lev. 
16:20. 
Typical of Christ. Isa. 53 : 6, 11, 12. 

Sciences. 

Architecture. Deu. 8:12. 1 Chr. 29:19. 
Arithmetic. Gen. 15 : 5. Lev. 26 : 8. 

Job 29 : 18. 
Astronomy. Job 38 : 31, 32. Isa. 13 : 10. 
Astrology. Isa. 47: 13. 
Botkny. 1 Kin. 4 : .33. 
Geography. Gen. 10: 1—30. Isa. 11 : 11. 
History and Chronology. 1 Kin. 22: 

39. 2 Kiu. 1 : 18. 1 Chr. 9: 1. 1 Chr. 

29 : 29. 
Mechanics. Gen. 6:14— 16. Gen. 11: 

4. Exo. 14:6, 7. 
Medicine. Jer. 8 : 22. Mar. 5 : 26. 
Music. 1 Chr. 16 : 4—7. 1 Chr. 25 : 6. 
Navigation. 1 Kin. 9 : 27. Psa. 107 : 23. 
Surveying. Jos. 18:4— 9. Neh. 2:12 

—16. Eze. 40:5,6. Zee. 2:2. 
Zoology. 1 Kin. 4:33. 

Scorning and Mocking. 

The sufferings of Christ by, pre- 
dicted. Psa. 22:6-8. Isa. 53: 3. 
Luke 18 : 32. 

Christ endured. Mat. 9: 24. Mat. 27- 
29. 

Saints endure, ox account of 
Being children of God. Gen. 21 : 9, 

with Gal. 4: 29. 
Their uprightness. Job 12 : 4. 



Their faith. Heb. 11 : 36. 

Their faithfulness in declaring the 

word of God. Jer. 20:7, 8. 
Their zeal for God's house. Neh. 2 : 
19. 
The wicked indulge in, against 
The second comingof Christ. 2 Pet. 

3:3,4. 
The gifts of the Spirit. Acts 2 : 13. 
God's threatenings. Isa. 5: 19. Jer. 

17:15. 
God's ministers. 2"Chr. 36:16. 
God's ordinances. Lam. 1 : 7. 
Saints. Psa. 123 : 4. Lam. 3 : 14, 63. 
The resurrection of the dead. Acts 

17 : 32. 
All solemn admonitions. 2 Chr. 30: 
6—10. 
Idolaters addicted to. Isa. 57 : 3—6. 
Drunkards addicted to. Psa. 69:12. 

Hos. 7:5. 
They who are addicted to, 
Delight in. Pro. 1 : 22. 
Are contentious. Pro. 22 : 10. 
Are scorned by God. Pro. 3 : 34. 
Are hated by men. Pro. 24 : 9. 
Are avoided by saints. Psa. 1 : 1. 

Jer. 15 : 17. 
Walk after their own lusts. 2 Pet. 

3:3. 
Are proud and haughty. Pro. 21:24. 
Hear not rebuke. Pro. 13 : 1. 
Love not those who reprove. Pro. 

15:12. 
Hate those who reprove. Pro. 9:8. 
Go not to the wise. Pro. 15 : 12. 
Bring others into danger. Pro. 29:8. 
Shall themselves endure. Eze. 23 : 
32. 
Characteristic of the latter days. 2 

Pet. 3: 3. Jude 18. 
Woe denounced against. Isa. 5:18, 19. 
Punishment for. 2 Chr. 36:17. Pro. 
19:29. Isa. 29:20. Lam. 3:64-66. 
Exemplified. Ishmael, Gen. 21: 9. 
Children at Bethel, 2 Kin. 2:23. Eph- 
raim and 3Iunasseh, 2 Chr, 30:10, 
aiiefs of Jucfah, 2 Chr. 36: 16. 
Sanballat, Neh. 4: 1. Enemies of Job, 
Job 30 : 1, 9. Enemies of David, Psa, 
35:15,16. Rulers of Israel, Isa. 28: 
14. Ammonites, Eze. 25 : 3. Tyrians, 
Eze. 26:2. Heathen, Eze. 36: 2, 3, 
Soldiers, Mat. 27 : 28—30. Luke 23 : 
36. Chief Priests, &c. Mat. 27 : 41. 
Pharisees, Luke 16: 14. The men 
who held Jesus, Luke 22: 63, 64. 
fferorf, <fec. Luke 23 : 11. People and 
rulers, Luke 23: 35. Some of the 
multitude. Acts 2: 13. Athenians, 
Acts 17 : 32. 

Scorpion, The. 

Armed with a sharp sting in its taiL 
^ Rev. 9: 10. 

Sting of, venomous and caused tor-, 
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Abounded in the great desert. Deu. 

8: 15. 
Unfit for food. Luke 11 : 12. 
Illustrative of, 

Wicked men. Eze. 2 : 6. 

Ministers of Antichrist. Rev. 9: 
3, 5, 10. 

Severe scourges. 1 Kin. 12: 11. 
Christ gave His disciples power over. 

Luke 10: 19. 

Scribes* 

Antiquity of. Jud. 5:14. 

Wore an inkhoru at their girdles. 

Eze. 9:2, 3. 
Families celebrated foe fur- 
nishing; 

Kenites. 1 Chr. 2: 55. 
Zcbulun. Jud. 5 : 14. 
. Levi. 1 Chr. 24 : 6. 2 Chr. .34 : 13. 
Generally men of great wisdom. 1 

Chr. 27: 32. 
Often learned in the law. Ezr. 7 : 6. 
Were ready writers. Psa. 45:1. 
A'.^ted as 
/"Secretaries to kings. 2 Sam. 8:17. 
2 Sam. 20: 25. 2 Kin. 12: 10. Est. 
3: 12. 
Recretaries to prophets. Jer. 36 : 4, 

26. 
Notaries in courts of justice. Jer. 

32:11, 12. 
Religious teachers. Neh. 8:2— 6. 
Writers of public documents. 1 
^ Chr. 24:6. 

Keepers of the muster-rolls of the 
host. 2 Kin. 25:19. 2 Chr. 26:11. 
Jer. 52 : 25. 
Modern, 
Were doctors of the law. Mar. 12 : 

28, with Mat. 22: 35. 

Wore long robes and loved pre-emi- 
nence. Mar. 12: 38, 39. 

Sat in Moses' seat. Mat. 23: 2. 

Were frequently Pharisees. Acts 
"23 : 9. 

Esteemed wise and learned. 1 Cor. 
1: 20. 

Regarded as interpreters of Scrip- 
ture. Mat. 2: 4. Mat. 17 : 10. Mar. 
12 : .35. 

Their manner of teaching contrast- 
ed with that of Christ. Mat. 7 : 

29. Mar. 1 : 22. 

Condemned by Christ for hypocri- 
sy. Mat. 23: 15. 

Often offended at our Lord's con- 
duct and teaching. Mat. 21 : 15. 
Mar. 2:6, 7, 16. Mar. 3:22. 

Tempted our Lord. Jno. 8: 3. 

Active in procuring our Lord's 
death. Mat. 26:3. Luke 23: 10. 

Persecuted the early Christians. 
Acts 4 : 5, 18, 21. Acts 6 : 12. 
Illustrative of well-instructed minis« 

ters of the gospel, Mat. 13 ; 52. 



Scriptures, The. 

Given by inspiration of God. 2 Tim. 

3:16. 
Given by inspiration of the Holy 

Ghost. Acts 1 : 16. Heb. 3 : 7. 2 Pet. 

1 : 21. 
Christ sanctioned, by appealing to 

them. Mat. 4 : 4. Mar. 12 : 10. Jno. 

7:42. 
Christ taught out of. Luke 24 : 27. 
Are called the 

Word. Jas. 1 : 21—23. 1 Pet. 2 : 2. 

Word of God. Luke 11 : 28. Heb. 
4: 12. 

Word of Christ. Col. 3 : 16. 

Word of truth. Jas. 1 : 18. 

Holy Scriptures. Rom. 1:2. 2 Tim. 
3 : 15. 

Scripture of truth. Dan. 10 : 21. 

Book. Psa. 40 : 7. Rev. 22 : 19. 

Book of the Lord. Isa. 34 : 16. 

Book of the law. Neh. 8: 3. Gal. 
3:10. 

Law of the Lord. Psa. 1 : 2. Isa. 
30:9. 

Sword of the Spirit. Eph. 6 : 17. 

Oracles of God. Rom. 3: 2. 1 Pet. 
4:11. 
Contain the promises of the gospel. 

Rom. 1 : 2. 
Reveal the laws, statutes, and judg- 
ments of God. Deu. 4:5,14, with 

Exo. 24 : 3, 4. 
Record divine prophecies. 2 Pet. 1 : 

j9 21 V 

Testify of Christ. Jno. 5: 39. Acts 

10 : 43. Acts 18 : 28. 1 Cor. 15 : 3. 
Are full and sufficient. Luke 16: 39, 

31. 
Are an unerring guide. Pro. 6: 23, 

2 Pet. 1 : 19. 
Are able to make wise unto salvation 

through faith in Christ Jesus. 2 

Tim. 3:15. 
Are profitable both for doctrine and 

practice. 2 Tim. 3 : 16, 17. 
Described as 

Pure. Bia. 12: 6. Psa. 119: 140. 
Pro. 30 : 5. 

True. Psa. 119:160. Jno. 17:17. 

Perfect. Psa. 19:7. 

Precious. Psa. 19:10. 

Quick and powerful. Heb. 4 : 12. 
Written for our instruction. Rom. 15: 

4. 
Intended for the use of all men. 

Rom. 16:26. 
Nothing to be taken from, or^added 

to. Deu. 4 : 2. Deu. 12 : 32. 
One portion of, to be compared with 

another. 1 Cor. 2 : 13. 
Designed for 

Regenerating. Jas. 1 ; 18. 1 Pet. 1 : 
23. 

Quickening. Psa. 119: 50, 93. 

Illuminating. Psa. 119:130. 



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SEA. 



Converting the soul. Psa. 19: 7. 
Making wise the simple. Psa. 19: 7. 
Sanctifying. Jno. 17: 17. Eph. 5: 

2(3. 
Producing faith. Jno. 20:31. 
Producing hope. Psa. 119: 49. Rom. 

15 : 4. 
Producing obedience. Deu. 17: 19, 

20. 
Cleansing the heart. Jno. 15 : 3. 

Eph. 5:26. 
Cleansing the ways. Psa. 119: 9. 
Koopiug from destructive paths. 

Psa. 17:4. 
Supporting life. Deu. 8: 3, with 

Mat. 4:4. 
Promoting growth in grace. 1 Pet. 

2 : 2. 
Building up in the faith. Acts 20: 

32. 
Admonishing. Psa. 19: 11. 1 Cor. 

10:11. 
Comforting. Psa, 119: 82. Rom. 15: 

4. 
Rejoicinar the heart. Psa. 19: 8. 

Psa. 119:111. 
Work effectually in them that be- 
lieve. 1 The. 2 : 13. 
The letter of, without the spirit, kill- 

eth. Jno. 6:63, with 2 Cor. 3:6. 
Iguoranc3 of, a source of error. Mat. 

22:29. Acts 13: 27. 
Christ euables us to understand. 

Luke 24 : 45. 
The Holy Ghost enables us to under- 
stand. Jno. 16 : 13. 1 Cor. 2 : 10—14. 
No prophecy of, is of any private in- 
terpretation. 2 Pet. 1 : 20. 
Evervthing should be tried bv. Isa. 

8:20. Acts 17: 11. 
Should be 
The standard of teaching. 1 Pet. 

4: 11. 
Believed. Jno. 2:22. 
Appealed to. 1 Cor. 1 : 31. 1 Pet. 1 : 

16. 
Road. Deu. 17:19. Isa. 34:16. 
Read publicly to all. Deu. 31 : 11 

—13. Neh. 8 : 3. Jer. 36 9G. Acts 13 : 

15. 
Known. 2 Tim. 3:15. 
Received, not as the word of men, 

but as the word of God. 1 The. 2: 

13. 
Received with meekness. Jas. 1 : 21. 
Searched. Jno. 5 : 39. Jno. 7 :-52. 
Searched daily. Acts 17 : 11. 
Laid up in the heart. Deu. 6:6. 

Deu. 11: 18. 
Taught to children. Deu. 6: 7. Deu. 

11:19. 2 Tim. 3:15. 
Taught to ALL. 2 Chr. 17 : 7—9. Neh. 

8*7 8 
Talked of continually. Deu. 6 : 7. 
Not handled deceitfully. 2 Cor. 4 : 2. 
Not only heard, but obeyed. Mat. 

7 : 24, with Luke 11 : 28. Jas. 1 : 22. 



Usetl against our spiritual enemibs. 

Mat. 4: 4, 7, 10, with Eph. 6: 11,17. 
.4.11 should desire to hear. Neh. 8: 1. 
Mere hearers of, deceive themselves 

Jas. 1 : 22. 
Advantage of possessing. Rom. 3: 2. 
Saints 
Love exceedingly. Psa. 119: 97, 113, 

159, 167. 
Delight in. Psa. 1:2. 
Regard, as sweet. Psa. 119:103. 
Esteem, above all things. Job 23: 

12. 
Long after. Psa. 119:82. 
Stand in awe of. Psa. 119: 161. Isa. 

66:2. 
Keep, in remembrance. Psa. 119:16. 
Grieve when men disobey. Psa. 

119: 158. 
Hide, in their hearts. Psa. 119: 11. 
Hope in. Psa. 119: 74, 81, 147. 
Meditate in. Psa. 1:2. Psa. 119: 

99, 148. 
Rejoice in. Psa. 119:162. Jer. 15: 

16. 
Trust in. Psa. 119:42. 
Obey. Psa. 119:67. Luke 8:21. 

Jno. 17 : 6. 
Speak of. Psa. 119:172. 
Esteem, as a light. Psa. 119 : 105. 
Pray to be taught. Psa. 119 : 12, 13, 

33, 66. 
Pray to be conformed to. Psa. 119: 

133. 
Plead the promises of, in prayer. 

Psa. 119:25, 28, 41,76, 169. 
They who search, are truly noble. 

Acts 17: 11. 
Blessedness of hearing and obeying. 

Luke 11: 28. Jas. 1 : 25. 
Let them dwell richly in you. Col. 

3:16. 
The wicked 
Corrupt. 2 Cor. 2:17. 
Make, of none effect through their 

traditions. Mar. 7 : 9—13. 
Reject. Jer. 8:9. 
Stumble at. 1 Pet. 2:8. 
Obey not. Psa. 119:158. 
Frequently wrest, to their own de- 
struction. 2 Pet. 3:16. 
Denunciations against those who 
add to, or take from. Rev. 22 : 18, 
19. 
Destruction of, punished. Jer. 36: 
29-31. 

Sea, The. 

The gathering together of the waters 

originally called. Gen. 1 : 10. 
Great rivers often called. Isa. 11 : 15. 

Jer. 51 : 36. 
Lakes often called. Deu. 3: 17. Mat. 

8:24,27, 32. 
God 

Created. Exo. 20: 11. Psa. 95-: 5. 
Acts 11 : 15. 



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Made the birds and fishes out of. 

Gen. 1 : 20-22. 
Founded the earth upon. Psa. 24: 

2. 
Set bounds to, by a perpetual de- 
cree. Job 26:10. Job 38:8. 10, 
11. Pro. 8:27, 29. 
Measures the waters of. Isa. 40: 

12. 
Does what He pleases in. Psa. 1.35 : 

6. 
Drie» vip, bv His rebuke. Isa. 50: 

2. Nah. 1 : 4. 
Shakes, by His word. Hag. 2 : 6. 
Stills, by His power. Psa. 65 : 7. 
Psa. 89: 9. Psa. 107:20. 
Of immense extent. Job 11 : 9. Psa. 

104 : 25. 
"Of great depth. Psa. 68 : 22. 
Rivers supplied by exhalations from. 

Ecc.l:7. 
Replenished by rivers. Ecc. 1 : 7. Eze. 

47:8. 
Cai^led the 
Deep. Job 41 : 31. Psa. 107 : 24. 2 

Cor. 11:25. 
Great waters. Psa. 77 : 19. 
Great and wide sea. Psa. 104 : 25. 
The clouds the garment of. Job 38: 9. 
Darkness the swaddling band of. Job 

38 : 9. 
Sand the barrier of. Jer. 5 : 22. 
Inliabited by innumerable creatures 

great and small. Psa. 104 : 25, 26. 
The wonders of God seen in. Psa. 

107:24. 
Made to glorify Gou. Psa. 69:34. 

Psa. 148:7. 
Seas mentioned in Sceiptcke; 
The Adriatic or sea of Adria. Acts 

27:27. 
Mediterranean or great sea. Num. 
.34:6. Deu. 11:24. Deu. 34:2. 
Zee. 14 : 8. 
Red Sea. Exo. 10:19. Exo. 13: 18. 

Exo. 23:31. 
Sea of Joppa or sea of the Philis- 
tines. Ezr. 3: 7, with Exo. 23: 31. 
Salt or Dead Sea. Gen. 14: 3. Num. 

34:12. 
Sea of Galilee. Mat. 4 : 18. Mat. 8 : 

32. Jno. 6 : 1. 
Sea of Jazer. Jer. 48 : 32. 
Raised by the wind. Psa. 107 : 25, 26. 

Jon. 1 : 4. 
Caused to foam by Leviathan. Job 

41:31,32. 
The waves of, 
Raised upon high. Psa. 93 : 3. Psa. 

107 : 25. 
Tossed to and fro. Jer. 5: 22. 
Multitudinous. Jer. 51 : 42. 
Mighty. Psa. 93 : 4. Acts 27 : 41. 
Tumultuous. Luke 21 : 25. Judo 13 v. 
The shore of, covered with sand. Gen. 
22:17. 1 Kin. 4:29. Job 6: 3. Psa. 



Numerous islands in. Eze. 26:18. 
Passed over in ships. Psa. 104 : 26. 

Psa. 107:23. 
Sailing on, dangerous. Acts 27 : 9, 20 

2 Cor. 11: 26. 
Commercial nations 
Often built cities on the borders of, 
Gen. 49 : 13. Eze. 27 : 3. Nah. 3 : 8. 
Derived great wealth from. Deu. 
33 : 19. 
Shall give up its dead at the last day. 

Rev. 20:13. 
The renewed earth shall be without. 

Rev. 21:1. 
Illustrative 
Of heavy afHictions. Isa. 43:2. Lam. 

2: 13. 
(Troubled,) of the wicked. Isa. 57 : 

20. 
(Roaring.) of hostile armies. Isa. 

5 : 30. Jer. 6 : 23. 
(Waves of,) of righteousness. Is.i. 

48:18. 
(Waves of,) of devastating armies. 

Eze. 26:3, 4. 
(Waves of,) of the unsteady. Jas. 

1:6. 
(Covered with waters,) of the diffu- 
sion of spiritual knowledge over 
the earth in the latter days. Isa. 
11:9. Hab. 2:14. 
(Smooth as glass,) of the peace of 
heaven. Rev. 4:6. Rev. 15: 2. 

Sealing of the Holy Ghost. 

Christ received. Jno. 6:27. 

Saints receive. 2 Cor. 1: 22. Epii. 

1: 13. 
Is unto the day of redemption. Eph. 

4: 30. 
The wicked do not receive. Rev. 9 : 4. 
Judgment suspended until all saints 

receive. Rev. 7 : 3. 
Typified. Rom. 4:11. 

Seals. 

Called signets. Gen._ 38 : 18, 25. 
Precious stones set in gold used as. 

Exo. 28:11. 
Inscriptions upon, alluded to. 2 Tim. 

2: 19. 
Generally worn as rings or bracelets. 

Jer. 22 : 24. 
Impressions of, 
Frequently taken in clay. Job 

38: 14. 
Used for security. Dan. 6:17. Mat. 

27 : 66. 
Attached to all roval decrees. 1 

Kin. 21:8. Est. 3:12. Est. 8: 8. 
.Attached to covenants. Neh. 9: 38. 

Neh. 10: 1. 
Attached to leases and transfers of 

property. Jer. 32 : 9 — 12, 44. 
Set upon treasures. Deu. 32 : 34. 



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Attached to tlie victims approved 

for sacrifice, alluded to. Jno. 

6:27. 
Were given by kings as a badge of 

authority. Gen. 41 : 41, 42. 
Illustrative of 
Circumcision. Rom. 4:11. 
Converts. 1 Cor. 9 : 2. 
What is dear or valued. So. of Sol. 

8:6. Jer. 22:24. Hag. 2:23. 
Secrecy Dan. 12: 4. Rev. 5: 1. 

Rev. 10:4. 
Security. So. of Sol. 4:12. 2 Tim. 

2:19. Rev. 7:2— 8. Rev. 20:3. 
Full app roval. Jno. 3 : 33. 
Appropriation of saints to God by 

the Spirit. 2 Cor. 1 : 22. Eph. 1 : 

13. Eph. 4:30. 
Restraint. Job 9: 7. Job 37: 7. 

Rev. 20 : 3. 

Second Coming of Christ, The. 

Time of, unknown. Mat. 24:36. Mar. 

13 : 32. 
Called the 
Times of refreshing from the pres- 
ence of the Lord. Acts 3 : 19. 
'Times of restitution of all things. 

Acts3:21, with Rom. 8:21. 
Last time. 1 Pet. 1 : .5. 
Appearing of Jesus Christ. 1 Pet. 

1: 7. 
Revelation of Jesus Christ. 1 Pet. 

1:13. 

Glorious appearing of the great 

God and our Saviour. Tit. 2: 13. 

Coming of the day of God. 2 Pet. 

3:12. 

> Day of our Lord Jesus Christ. 1 

Cor. 1 : 8. 
Foretold by 
Prophets. Dau. 7 : 13. Jude 14. 
Himself. Mat. 25 : .31. Jno. 14 : 3. 
Apostles. Acts 3: 20. 1 Tim. 6:14. 
Angels. ■ Acts 1 : 10, 11. 
Signs preceding. Mat. 24 : 3, &c. 
The manner of; 
In clouds. Mat. 24 : 30. Mat. 26 : 64. 

Rev. 1:7. 
In the glory of His Father. Mai. 

16:27. 
In His own glory. Mat. 25 : 31. 
In flaming fire. 2 The. 1:8. 
With power and great glory. Mat. 

24 : 30. 
As He ascended. Acts 1:9, 11. 
With a shout and the voice of the 

Archangel, &c. 1 The. 4 : 16. 
Accompanied by Angels. Mat. 16: 
27. Mat. 25: 31. Mar. 8: 38. 2 
The. 1 : 7. 
With His saints. 1 The. 3: 13. Jude 
14. 
"Suddenly. Mar. 13:36. 
^- Unexpectedly. Mat. 24: 44. Luke 
12:40. 



As a thief in the night. 1 The. 5 : 2. 
2 Pet. 3:10. Rev. 16: 15. 

As the lightning. Mat. 24 : 27, 
The heavens and earth shall be dis- 
solved, &c. at.' 2Pet. 3:10, 12. 
They who shall have died in Christ 

shall rise first at. 1 The. 4 : 16. 
The saints alive at, shall be caught 

up to meet Him. 1 The. 4 : 17. 
Is not to make atonement. Heb. 9 

28, with Rom. 6:9, 10, and Heb. 10 

14. 
The purposes of, are to 
' Complete the salvation of saints. 
Heb. 9 : 28. 1 Pet. 1 : 5. 

Be glorified in His saints. 2 The. 1: 
10. 

Be admired in them that believe. 2 

• The. 1 : 10. 
- Bring to light the hidden things of 
darkness, &c. 1 Cor. 4: 5. 

Judge. Psa. 50: 3, 4. with Jno. 5: 22. 
2 Tim. 4: 1. Jude 15. Rev. 20: 
11—13. 

Reign. Isa. 24 : 23. Dan. 7 : 14. Rev. 
11 : 15. 

Destroy death. 1 Cor. 15 : 25, 26. 
Every eye shall see Him at. Rev. 1 : 7. 
Should be always considered as at 
- hand. Rom. 13: 12. Phi. 4:5. 1 

Pet. 4 : 7. 
Blessedness of being! prepared for. 

Mat. 24 : 46. Luke 12 : 37, 38. 
Saints 

Assured of. Job 19 : 25, 26. 

Love. 2 Tim. 4:8. 

Look for. Phi. 3 : 20. Tit. 2 : 13. 

Wait for. 1 Cor. 1:7. 1 The. 1 : 10. 

Haste unto. 2 Pet. 3 : 12. 

Pray for. Rev. 22: 20. 

Should be ready for. Mat. 24:44. 
Luke 12 : 40. 

Should watch for. Mat. 24: 42, 
Mar. 13 : 35—37. Luke 21 : .36. 

Should be patient unto. 2 The. 3:5. 
Jas. 5:7,8. 
Shall be preserved unto. Phi. 1:6. 

2 Tim. 4 : 18. 1 Pet. 1 : 5. Jude 24. 
Shall not bo ashamed at. 1 Jno. 2:28 

1 Jno. 4: 17. 
•Shall be blameless at. 1 Cor. 1:8. 1 

The. 3:33. 1 The. 5 : 23. Jude 24. 
Shall be like Him' at. Phi. 3: 21. 1 

Jno. 3 : 2. 
Shall see Him as He is, at. 1 Jno. 3: 

2. 
Shall appear with Him in glory at. 

Col. 3:4. 
Shall receive a crown of glory at. 2 

Tim. 4:8. 1 Pet. 5:4. 
Shall reign with Him at. Dan. 7 : 27. 

2Tim.2:12. Rev. 5: 10. Rev. 20: 6. 

Rev. 22 : 5. 
Faith of, shall be found unto praise 

at. 1 Pet. 1 : 7. 
The wicked 

Scoff at. 2Pet. 3:3, 4. 



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Presume upon the delay of. Mat. 

24:48. 
Shall be surprised by. Mat. 24: 37— 

39. IThe. ,5:.3. 2 Pet. 3: 10. 
Shall be ininislied at. 2 The. 1 : 8, 9. 
The man of sin to be destroyed at. 2 

The. 2 : 8. 
Illustrated. Mat. 2.'): 6. Luke 12: 36, 
39. Luke 19: 12, 15. 

Seed. 

Every herb, tree and grass yields its 

own. Gen. 1; 11, 12, 29. 
Each kind of, has its own body. 1 

Cor. 15 : 38. 
Sowing of. 
Time for, called seed-time. Gen. 8: 

22. 
Necessary to its productiveness. 

.Jno. 12 : 24. 1 Cor. l.-) : 36. 
Required constant diligence. Ecc. 

11: 4,6. 
Often attended with great waste. 

Mat. 13:4,5,7. 
Often attended with danger. Psa. 
126:5,6. 
Yearly return of time of sowing, se- 
cured by covenant. Gen. 8:21, 22. 
The ground carefully plowed, and 

prepared for. Isa. 28: 24, 25. 
Often sown beside rivers. Ecc. 11 : 1. 

Isa. 32:20. 
Often trodden into the ground, by 

the feet of oxen, &c. Isa. 32 : 20. 
Required to be watered by the rain. 

Isa. 55 : 10. 
In Egypt required to be artificially 

watered. Deu. 11 : 10. 
Yielded an abundant increase in Ca- 
naan. Gon. 26 : 12. See Mat. 13 : 23. 
Mosaic laws respecting; 
Different kinds of, not to be sown 
in the same field. Lev. 19: 19. 
Deu. 22 : 9. 
If dry, exempted from uncleanness 
though touched by an unclean 
tiling. Lev. 11:37. 
If wet , rendered unclean by contact 
with an unclean thing. Lev. 11: 
38. 
The tithe of, to be given to God. 

Lev. 27:30. - 
Not to be sown during the sabbati- 
cal year. Lev. 25 : 4, 20. 
Not to be sown in year of jubilee. 
Lev. 25:11. 
Difference between, and the plant 
which grows from it, noticed. 1 
Cor. 15 : 37, 38. 
The Jews pdnisfed by 
Its rotting in the ground. Joel 1 : 

17. Mai. 2:3. 
Its yielding but little increase. 

Isa. 5 : 10. Hag. 1 : 6. 
Its increase being consumed by 
locusts, &c. Deu. 28: 38. Joel 
1:4. 



Its increase being consumed by 

enemies. Lev. 26: 16. Deu. 28: 

.33, .'VI. 
Its being choked by thorns. Jer, 

12: 13, with Mat. 13: 7. 
Illustrative of 
TJie word of God. Luke 8: 11. 1 

Pet. 1 : 23. 
Spiritual life. 1 Jno. 3:9. 
Sowing, illustrative of 
Preaching the gospel. Mat. 13:3, 

32. 1 Cor. 9:11. 
Scattering or dispersing a people. 

Zee. 10:9. 
Cliristian liberality. Ecc. 11 : 6. 2 

Cor. 9: 6. 
Men's works producing a corres- 
ponding recompense. Job 4:8. 

Hos. 10:12. Gal. 6: 7, 8. 
The death of ( hrist and its effects. 

Jno. 12 : 24. 
The burial of the body. 1 Cor, 15: 

36—38. 

Seeking God, 

Commanded. Isa. 55:6. Mat. 7: 7* 
Includes seeking 
His name. Psa. 83:16. 
His word. Isa. 34:16. 
His face. Psa. 27 : 8. Psa. 105 : 4. 
His strength. IChr. 16:11. Psa. 

105 : 4. 
His commandments. 1 Chr. 28:8. 

Mai. 2:7. 
His precepts. Psa. 119 : 45, 94. 
His kingdom. Mat. 6:33. Luke 

12:31. 
His righteousness. Mat. 6 : 33. 
Christ. Mai. 3:1. Luke 2 : 15, .16. 
Honor which comes from Him. 

Jno. 5 : 44. 
Justification by Christ. Gal. 2:16, 

17. 
The city which God lias prepared. 

Heb. 11 : 10, 16. Heb. 13:14. 
By praver. Job 8: 5. Dan. 9: 3. 
In His house. Deu. 12 : 5. Psa. 27 : 4. 
Should be 
Immediate. Hos. 10: 12. ' 
Evermore. Psa. 105:4. 
While Ho may be found. Isa. 55 : 6. 
With diligence. Heb. 11:6. 
With the heart. Deu. 4: 29. 1 CLr. 

22: 19. 
In the day of trouble. Psa. 77 : 2. 
Ensures 
His being found. Deu. 4:29. 1 

Chr. 28 : 9. Pro. 8 : 17. Jer. 29 : 13. 
His favor. Lam, 3: 25. 
His protection. Ezr. 8:22. 
His not forsaking us. Psa. 9 : 10. 
Life. Psa. 69:. 32. Amos 5: 4, 6. 
Prosperity. Job 8:5,6. Psa. 34: 

10. 
Being heard of Him. Psa. 34:4. 
Understanding all things. Pro. 

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Gifts of righteousness. Hos. 10 : 12. 
Imperative upon all. Isa. 8:19. 
Afflictions designed to lead to. Psa. 

78:33, 34. Hos. 5:15. 
None, by nature, are found to be en- 
gaged in. Psa. 11 : 2, with Rom. 3 : 

11. Luke 12 : 23, 30. 
Saints 

Specially exhorted to. Zep. 2:3. 

Desirous of. Job 5 : 8. 

Purpose, in heart. Psa. 27 : 8. 

Prepare their hearts for. 2 Chr. 
30 : 19. 

Set their hearts to. 2 Chr. 11 : 16. 

Engage in, with the whole heart. 
2 Chr. 15:12. Psa. 119:10. 

Early in. Job 8 : 5. Psa. 63 : 1. Isa. 
26:9. 

Earnest in. So. of Sol. 3:2,4. 

Characterized by. Psa. 24:6. 
Is never in vain. Isa. 45 : 19. 
Blessedness of. Psa. 119:2. 
Leads to joy. Psa. 70 : 4. Psa. 105 : 3. 
Ends in praise. Psa. 22 : 26. 
Promise connected with. Psa. 69: 

32. 
Shall be rewarded. Heb. 11 : 6. 
The wicked 

Are gone out of the way of. Psa. 14: 
2, 3, with Rom. 3: 11, 12. 

Prepare not their hearts for. 2 
Chr. 12:14. 

Refuse, through pride. Psa. 10: 4. 

Not led to, by affliction. Isa. 9: 13. 

Sometimes pretend to. Ezr. 4:2, 
Isa. 58:2. 

Rejected, when too late in. Pro. 1 : 
28. 
They who neglect denounced. Isa. 

31:1. 
Punishment of those who neglect. 

Zep. 1 : 4—6. 
Exemplified, visa, 2 Chr. 14:7. Je- 

hoshaphat, 2 Chr. 17 : 3, 4. Vzziah, 2 

Chr. 26: 5. Hezekiah, 2 Chr. 31 : 21. 

Josiah , 2 Chr. 34 : 3. Ezra, Ezr. 7 : 10. 

David, Psa, 34:4. Daniel, Dan. 9: 

3, 4. 

Self-delusion, 

A characteristic of the wicked. Psa. 

49:18. 
Prosperity frequently leads to. Psa. 
30:6. Hos. 12:8. Luke 12: 17— 19. 
Obstinate sinners often given up to. 
Psa. 81 : 11, 12. Hos. 4:17. 2 The. 
2:10,11. 
Exhibited in thinking that 
Our own ways are right. Pro. 14: 

12. 
We_ should adhere to established 

wicked practices. Jer. 44: 17. 
We are pure. Pro. 30: 12. 
We are better than others. Luke 

18: 11. 
We are rich in spiritual things. 
Rev. 3:17. 



We may have peace while in sin. 

Deu. 29 : 19. 
We are above adversity. Psa. 10:6. 
Gifts entitle us to heaven. Mat. 

7 : 21 22. 
Privileges entitle us to heaven 

Mat. 3:9. Luke 13: 25, 26. 
God will not punish our sins, Psa. 

10:11. Jer. 5:12. 
Christ shall not come to judge. 2 

Pet. 3 : 4. 
Our lives shall be prolonged. Isa 

56 : 12. Luke 12 : 19. Jas. 4 : 13. 
Frequently persevered in, to the last. 
Mat. 7 : 22. Mat. 25 : 11, 12. Luke 
13 : 24, 25. 
Fatal consequences of. Mat. 7 : 23. 
Mat. 24:48-51. Lukel2:.20. 1 The. 
5:3. 
Exemplified. Ahab,l Kin. 20: 27, 34, 
Israelites, Hos. 12: S. Jews, Jno. 8: 
33, 41. Church of Laodieea, Rev. 3: 
17. Babylon, Isa. 47 : 7—11. 

Self-denial. 

Christ set an example of. Mat. 4:8 
—10. Mat. 8:20. Jno. 6:38. Roni. 
15:3. Phi. 2:6— 8. 
A test of devotedness to Christ. Mat. 

10:37,38. Luke 9:23,24. 
Necessary 
In following Christ. Luke 14 : 27— 

33. 
In the warfare of saints. 2 Tim. 2 : 4. 
To the triumph of saints. ICor. 9: 

25-27. 
Ministers especially called to exer- 
cise. 2 Cor. 6 : 4, 5. 
Should be exercised in 
Denying ungodliness and worldly 

lusts. Rom. 6:12. Tit. 2:12. 
Controlling the appetite. Pro. 23:2. 
Abstaining from fleshly lusts. 1 Pet. 

2:11. 
No longer living to lusts of men. 1 

Pet. 4 : 2. 
Mortifying sinful lusts. Mar. 9 : 43. 

Col. 3 : 5. 
Mortifying deeds of the body. Rom. 

8 : 13. 
Not pleasing ourselves. Rom. 15: 

1—3. 
Not seeking our own profit. 1 Cor, 

10 : 24, 33. 1 Cor. 13 : 5. Phi. 2 : 4. 
Preferring the profit of others. 

Rom. 14 : 20, 21. 1 Cor. 10: 24, 33. 
Assisting others. Luke 3: 11. 
Even lawful things. 1 Cor. 10 : 23. 
Forsaking all. Luke 14 : 33. 
Taking up the cross and following 

Christ. Mat. 10:38. Mat. 16:24. 
Crucifying the flesh. Gal. 5 : 24. 
Being crucified with Christ. Rom, 

6:6. 
Being crucified unto the world. 

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PuttiiiKolf the old man which is 
corrupt. Eph.4:22. Col. 3:9. 

Preferring Christ to all earthly 
relations. Mat. 8: 21, 22. Luke 
It: 26. 
Becomes strangei's and pilgrims. 

Heb. 11 : 13-15. 1 Pet. 2:11. 
Danger of neglecting. Mat. 16: 25, 

26. 1 Cor. 9: 27. 
Reward of. Mat. 19:28, 29. Rom. 8: 

13. 
Happy result of. 2 Pet. 1 : 4. 
Exemplified. Abraham, Gen. 13: 9. 

Heb. 11 : 8, 9. Widow of Zarephath, 

1 Kin. 17 : 12—15. Esther, Est. 4 : 16. 

Reohtibitcs, Jer. 35 : 6, 7. Daniel, Dan. 

1:8—16. Apostles, Mat. 19: 27. Simon, 

Andrew, Janes and John, Mar. 1 : 16 

—20. Poor Widow, Luke 21: 4. 

Primitive. Cliristians, Acts 2: 45. 

Acts 4 : 34. Barnabas, Acts 4 : 36, 37. 

Pail?, Acts 20:24. 1 Cor. 9:19, 27. 

Moses, Heb. II : 24, 25. 

Self-examination. 

Enjoined. 2 Cor. 13 : 5. 

Necessary before the communion. 1 

Cor. 11 : 28. 
Cause of difficulty in. Jer. 17: 9. 
Should be engaged in 
With holy awe. Psa. 4: 4. 
With diligent search. Psa. 77:6. 

Lam. 3:40. 
With prayer for divine searching. 

Psa. 26:2. Psa. 139: 23, 24. 
With purpose of amendment. Psa. 
119:59. Lam. 3: 40. 
Advantages of. 1 Cor. 11 : 31. Gal. 
6:4. IJuo. 3:20— 22. 

Selfishness. 

Contrary to the law of God. Lev. 19: 

18. Mat. 22 : 39. Jas. 2 : 8. 
The example of Christ condemns. 

Jno. 4 : 34. Rom. 15 : 3. 2 Cor. 8 : 9. 
God hates. Mai. 1 : 10. 
Exhibited in 

Being lovers of ourselves. 2 Tim. 
3:2. 

Pleasing ourselves. Rom. 15: 1. 

Seeking our own. 1 Cor. 10:33. Phi. 
2: 21. 

Seeking after gain. Isa. 56: 11. 

Seeking undue precedence. Mat. 20: 
21. 

Living to ourselves. 2 Cor. 5 : 15. 

Neglect of the poor. 1 Jno. 3: 17. 
■ Serving God for reward. Mai. 1 : 10. 

Performing duty for reward. Mic. 
3: 11. 
Inconsistent with Christian love. 1 

Cor. 13 : 5. 
Inconsistent with the communion of 

saints. Rom. 12 : 4, 5, with 1 Cor. 

j2: 12 27. 

Especially forbidden to saints. 1 Cor. 

10:24. Phi, 2:4. 



The love of Christ sliould constrain 

Ss to avoid. 2 Cor. 5: 14, 15. 
Ministers should be devoid of. 1 Cor. 

9 : 19 -23. 1 Cor. 10 : 33. 
All men addicted to. Eph. 2: 3. Phi. 

2:21. 
Saints falsely accused of. Job 1 : 9 — 11. 
Characteristic of the last days. 2 

Tim. 3: 1,2. 
Exemplified. Cain, Gen. 4 : 9. Nabal, 

1 Sam. 25: 3, 11. Haman, Est. 6: 6. 

Priests, Isa. 56:11. Jews, Zee. 7:6. 

James and John, Mar. 10: 37. JI/!(»t- 

tiide, Jno. 6 : 26. 

Self-righteousness. 

Man is prone to. Pro. 20:6. Pro. 30: 

12. 
Hateful to God. Luke 16 : 15. 

Ts VAIN BECAUSE OUR RIGHTEOUS- 
NESS IS* 

But external. Mat. 23: 25-28. Luke 

11:39—44. 
But partial. Mat. 23 : 25. Luke 11 : 

42. 
No better than filthy rags. Isa.64:6. 
Ineflectual for salvation. Job 9 : 30, 

31. Mat. 5 : 20, with Rom. 3 : 20. 
Unprofitable. Isa. ,57: 12. 
Is boastful. Mat. 23 : 30. 
They who are given to 
Audaciously approach God. Luke 

18:11. 
Seek to justify themselves. Luke 

10:29. 
Seek to justify themselves before 

men. Luke 16: 15. 
Reject the righteousness of God. 

Rom. 10:3. 
Condemn others. Mat. 9: 11—13. 

Luke 7: 39. 
Consider their own way right. Pro. 

21:2. 
Despise others. Isa. 65: 5. Luke 

18:9. 
Proclaim their own goodness. Pro. 

20:6. 
Are pure in their own eyes. Pro. 

30 : 12. 
Are abominable before God. Isa. 

65 : 5. 
Folly of. Job 9: 20. 
Saints renounce. Phi. 3:7— 10. 
Warning against. Deu. 9:4. 
Denunciation against. Mat. 23:27, 28. 
Ilhisirated. Luke 18: 10- 12. 
Exemplified. Saul, 1 Sam. 15: 13. 
Young man. Mat. 19, 29. Lawyer, 
Luke 10 : 25, 29. Pharisees, Luke 11 : 
39. Jno. 8 : 33. Jno. 9 : 28. Israel, 
Rom. 10: 3. Church of Laodieea, Rev. 
3:17. 

Self-'wil^ and Stubbornness. 
Forbidden. ? <:hr. 30: 8. Psa. 75: 5. 
Psa. 95 : 8. 



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Proceed from 
Unbelief. 2 Kin. 17:14. 
Pride. Neh. 9 : 16, 29. 
An evil heart. Jer. 7 : 24. 
God knows. Isa. 48 : 4. 
Exhibited in 
Kefusing to hearken to God. Pro. 

1 : 24. 
Refusing- to hearken to the messen- 
gers of God. 1 Sam. 8:19. Jer. 
44:16. Zee. 7:11. 
Refusing to walli in the ways of 
God. Neh. 9:17. Psa. 78:10. Isa. 
42:24. Jer. 6:16. 
Refusing to hearken to parents. 

Deu. 21 : 18, 19. 
Refusing to receive correction. Deu. 

21:18. Jer. 5:3. Jer. 7: 28. 
Rebelling against God. Deu. 31 : 27. 

Psa. 78:8. • 

Resisting the Holy Ghost. Acts 7 : 

51. 
Walking in the counsels of an evil 
heart. Jer. 7 : 24, with Jer. 23 : 17. 
Hardening the neck. Neh. 9 : 16. 
Hardening the heart. 2 Chr. 36 : l.S. 
Going backward and not forward, 
Jer. 7 : 24. 
Heinousness of. 1 Sam. 15 : 23. 
Ministers should 
Be without. Tit. 1 : 7. 
Warn their people against. Heb. 

3:7—12. 
Pray that their people may be for- 
given for. Exo. 34 : 9. Deu. 9 : 27. 
Characteristic of the wicked. Pro. 

7:11. 2 Pet. 2:10. 
The wicked cease not from. Jud. 2: 

19. 
Punishment for. Deu. 21: 21. Pro. 

29:1. 
Illustrated. Psa. 32 : 9. Jer. 31 : 18. 
Exemplified. Simeon rtjirf Levi, Gen. 
49 : 6. Israelites, Exo. 32 : 9. Deu. 9 : 
6, 13. Sail?, 1 Sam. 15: 19—23. David, 
2 Sam. 24: 4. Josinh, 2 Chr. 35: 22. 
Zedekiah, 2 Chr. 36: 13. 

Serpents, 

Created by God. Job 26: 13. 
Characterized as subtle. Gen. 3:1. 

Mat. 10: 16. 
Called crooked. Job 26: 13. Isa. 

27:1. 
Unclean and unfit for food. Mat. 7 : 

10. 
Infest 

Hedges. Ecc. 10: 8. 

Holes in walls. Amos 5: 19. 

Deserts. Deu. 8: 15. 
Produced from eggs. Isa. 59:5. 
Cursed above all creatures. Gen. 3: 

14. 
Doomed to creep on their belly. Gen. 

3:14. 
Doomed to eat their food mingled 



with dust. Gen. 3 : 14. Isa. 65 : 25. 
Mic. 7 : 17. 
Many kinds of, poisonous. Deu, S3: 

24. Psa. 58:4. 
All kinds of, can be tamed. Jas. 3: 7. 
Were often enchanted or fascinated. 

Ecc. 10: 11. 
Dangerous to travelers. Gen. 49: 17. 
Man's aversion and hatred to. Gen. 

3:15. 
Often sent as a punishment. Num. 

21:6. Deu. 32:24. 1 Cor. 10:9. 
Miracles connected with ; 
Moses' rod turned into. Exo, 4 : 3. 

Exo. 7 : 9. 15. 
Israelites cured by looking at one 
of brass. Num. 21 : 8, 9. Jno. 3: 
14, 15. 
Power over, given to the disciples. 
Mar. 16:18. Luke 10: 19. 
Illustrative 
Of the devil. Gen. 3 : 1, with 2 Cor. 

11 : 3. Rev. 12 : 9. Rev. 20 : 2. 
Of hypocrites. Mat. 23 : 33. 
Of the tribe of Dan. Gen. 49 : 17. 
Of enemies who harass and destroy. 

Isa. 14:29. Jer. 8:17. 
(Sharp tongue of,) of malice of the 

wicked. Psa. 140:3. 
(Poisonous bite of,) of baneful ef- 
fects of wine. Pro. 23 : 31. 32. 

Servants. 

Early mention of. Gen. 9: 23, 26. 
Divided into 
Male. Gen, 24:34. Gen, 32:5. 
Female. Gen. 16:6. Gen. 32:5. . 
Bond. Gen. 43 : 18. Lev. 25 : 46. 
Hired. Mar. 1 : 20. Luke 15 : 17. 
Persons devoted to the service of an- 
other so called. Exo. 24:13. 1 
Kin. 19:21. 
The subjects of a prince or king so 

called. Exo. 9 : 20. Exo. 11 : 8. 
Persons of low condition so called. 

Ecc. 10:7. 
Persons devoted to God so called. 
Psa. 119:49. Isa. 56:6. Rom. 1:1. 
The term often used to express hu 
militv. Gen. 18:3. Gen. 33:5. 1 
Sam. 20:7. 1 Kin. 20:32. 
Hired, 
Called hirelings. Job 7 : 1. Jno. 

10:12,13. 
Engaged by the year. Lev. 25 : .53.. 

Isa. 16:14. 
Engaged by the day. Mat. 20 : 2. 
Not to be oppressed. Deu. 24:14. 
To be paid without delay at the 
expiration of their service. Lev. 
19 : 13. Deu. 24 : 15. 
To be esteemed worthy of their 

hire. Luke 10 : 7. 
To partake of tlie produce of the 
land the sabbatical year. Lev. 
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If foreiKuers not allowed to par- 
take of the passover or uoly 
thiugs. Exu. 12:45. Lev. 22:10. 

Anxiety of, for the end of their 
daily toil, alluded to. Job 7 : 2. 

Hebrew slaves serving their breth- 
ren to be treated as. Lev. 25 : 39, 
40. 

Hebrew slaves serving strangers to 
be treated as. Lev. 25 : 47, 53. 

Often stood in the mai-ket place 
waiting for employment. Mat. 
20:1^3. 

Often well fed and taken care of. 
Luke 15: 17. 

Often oppressed and their wages 
kept back. Mai. 3:5. Jas. 5:4. 
Slaves or bond. 

Called bondmen. Gen. 43 : 18. Gen. 
44:9. 

By birth. Gen. 14 : 14. Psa. 116 : 16. 
Jer. 2:14. 

By purchase. Gen. 17:27. Gen. 37:36. 

Captives taken in war often kept 
as. Deu. 20:14. 2 Kin. 5:2. 

Strangers sojourning in Israel 
might be purchased as. Lev. 25: 
45. 

Persons belonging to other nations 
might be purchased as. Lev. 25: 
44. 

Persons unable to pay their debts 
liable to be sold as. 2 Kin. 4:1. 
Neh. 5:4, 5. Mat. 18: 25. 

Thieves unable to make restitu- 
tion were sold as. Exo. 22 : 3. 

More valuable than hired servants. 
Deu. 15 : 18. 

When Israelites not to be treated 
with rigor. Lev. 25 : 39, 40, 46. 

When Israelites to have their 
liberty after six years' service. 
Exo. 21 : 2. Deu. 15 : 12. 

Israelites sold as, refusing their 
liberty, to have their ears bored 
to the door. Exo. 21 : 5, 6. Deu. 
15:16,17. 

Israelites sold to strangers as, 
might be redeemed by their near- 
est of kin. Lev. 25 : 47—55. 

All Israelites sold as, to be free at 
the jubilee. Lev. 25 : 10, 40, 41, 54. 

Could not when set free demand 
wives or children procured dur- 
ing servitude. Exo. 21 : 3, 4. 

To be furnished liberally, when 
tlieir servitude expired. Deu. 15 : 
13, 14. 

When foreigners to be circumcised. 
Gen. 17:13, 27. Exo. 12:44. 

To bo allowed to rest on the Sab- 
bath. Exo. 20:10. 

To participate in all national re- 
joicings. Deu. 12 : 18. Deu. 16 : 11, 

14- 

Persons of distinction had many. 
Geu. 14 : 14. Ecc. 2 : 7. 



Engaged in the most menial offices. 
1 Sam. 25: 41. Juo. 13: 4, 5. 

Maimed or injured by masters, to 
have their freedom. Exo. 21 : 26, 
27. 

Masters to be recompensed for in- 
jury done to. Exo. 21 : 32. 

Laws respecting the killing of. Exo. 
21 : 20, 21. 

Of others not to be coveted or en- 
ticed away. Exo. 20:17. Deu. 5:21. 

Seeking protection not to be de- 
livered up to masters. Den. 23: 15. 

Custom of branding, alluded to. 
Gal. 6:17. 

Sometimes rose to rank and sta- 
tion. Ecc. 10: 7. 

Sometimes intermarried with their 
master's family. 1 Chr. 2:34,35. 

Laws I'especting marriage with fe- 
male. Exo. 21 : 7—11. 

Seizing and stealing of men for, 
condemned and pvmislied bv the 
law. Exo. 21 : 16. Deu. 24 : 7. 1 
Tim. 1:10. 

Laws respecting, often violated. 
Jer. 34 : 8—16. 
Bond, illustrative 

Of Christ. Psa. 40: 6, with Heb. 10: 
5. Phi. 2:7,8. 

Of saints. 1 Cor. 6 : 20. 1 Cor. 7 : 23. 

Of the wicked. 2 Pet. 2 : 19, with 
Rom. 6: 16, 19. 
Christ condescended to the office of. 

Mat. 20 : 28. Luke 22 : 27. Jno. 13 : 5. 

Phi. 2: 7. 
Are inferior to their masters. Luke 

22 : 27. 
Should follow Christ's example, 1 

Pet. 2 : 21. 
Duties of, to masters; 

To pray for them. Gen. 24 : 12. 

To honor them. Mai. 1:6. 1 Tim. 
6:1. 

To revere them the more, when 
they are believers. 1 Tim. 6:2. 

To be subject to them. 1 Pet. 2:18. 

To obey them. Eph. 6 : 5. Tit. 2 : 9. 

To attend to their call. Psa. 123: 2. 

To please them well in all things. 
Tit. 2 : 9. 

To sympathize with them. 2 Sam 
12:18. 

To prefer their business to their 
own necessary food. Gen. 24:33. 

To bless God for mercies shown to 
them. Gen. 24 : 27, 48. 

To be faithful to them. Luke 16 : 10 
-12. 1 Cor. 4:2. Tit. 2:10. 

To be profitable to them. Luke 
19:15,16,18. Phile. 11. 

To be anxious for their welfare. 1 
Sam. 25 : 14—17. 2 Kin. 5 : 2, 3. 

To be earnest in transacting their 
business. Gen. 24 : 54—50. 

To be prudent in the management 
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To be industrious in laboring for 

them. Neh. 4 : 16, 23. 
To be kind and attentive to their 

guests. Gen. 43 : 23, 24. 
To be submissive even to the fro- 

ward. Gen. 16 : 6, 9. 1 Pet. 2 : 18. 
Not to answer them rudely. Tit. 2 : 

9. 
Not to serve them with eye-service, 

as men-pleasers. Eph. 6 : 6. Col. 

3:22. 
^ Not to defraud them. Tit. 2 : 10. 
Should be contented in their situa- 
tion. 1 Cor. 7 : 20, 21. 
Should be compassionate to their 

fellows. Mat. 18 : 33. 
Should serve 
For conscience towards God. 1 Pet. 

2:19. 
In the fear of God. Eph. 6 : 5. Col. 

3:22. 
As the servants of Christ. Eph. 6 : 

5,6. 
Heartily, as to the Lord, and not 

unto men. Eph. 6:7. Col. 3:2.3. 
As doing the will of God from the 

heart. Eph. 6:6. 
In singleness of heart. Eph. 6:. 5. 

Col. 3 : 22. 
With good will. Eph. 6:7. 
When patient under injury are ac- 
ceptable to God. 1 Pet. 2 : 19, 20. 
When good 
Are the servants of Christ. Col. 3: 

24. 
Are brethren beloved in the Lord. 

Phile. 16. 
Are the Lord's freemen. 1 Cor. 7 : 22. 
Are partakers of gospel privileges. 

1 Cor. 12 : 13. Gal. 3 : 28. Eph. 6 : 

8. Col. 3:11. 
Deserve the confidence of their 

masters. Gen. 24: 2, 4, 10. Gen. 

39 : 4. 
Often exalted. Gen. 41 : 40. Pro. 

17:2. 
Often advanced by masters. Gen. 

39:4. 5. 
To be honored. Gen. 24:31. Pro. 

27 : 18. 
Bring God's blessing upon their 

masters. Gen. 30: 27, 30. Gen. 39: 

3. 
Adorn the doctrine of God their 

Saviour in all things. Tit. 2 : 10. 
Have God with them. Gen. 31 : 42. 

Gen. 39:21. Acts. 7:9, 10. 
Are prospered by God. ^en. 39 : 3. 
Are protected by God. tJen. 31 : 7. 
Are guided by God. Gen. 24 : 7, 27. 
Are blessed by God. Mat. 24:46. 
Are mourned over after death. Gen. 

.35 : 8. ( See marginal note.) 
Shall be rewarded. Eph. 6 : 8. Col. 

3:24. 
The property of masters increased 
by faithful. Gen. 30: 29, 30. 



Characteristics of wicked seev- 

ANTS: 

Eye-servants. Eph. 6 : 6. Col. 3 : 22. 
Men-pleasers. Eph. 6:6. Col. 3:22. 
Deceit. 2 Sam. 19: 26. Psa 101 : 6, 7. 
Quarrelsomeness. Gen. 13:7. Gen. 

26 : 20. 
Covetousness. 2 Kin. .5 : 20. 
Lying. 2 Kin. 5 : 22, 2'). 
Stealing. Tit. 2 : 10. 
Gluttony, &c. Mat. 24 : 49. 
Unmerciful to their fellows. Mat. 

18:30. 
Will not submit to correction. Pro. 

29 : 19. 
Do not bear to be exalted. Pro. 30: 

21,22, with Isa. 3:. J. 
Shall be punished. Mat. 24 : 50. 
Good— Exemplified. Elie:.er, Gen. 24th 
Chapter. Deborah, Gen. 24: 59, with 
Gen. 35: 8. Jacob, Gen. 31: 36—40. 
Joscp/i, Gen. 39: 3. Acts 7:10. Serv- 
ants of Boaz, Ruth 2 : 4. JoHatliaiVs 
armor-bearer, 1 Sam. 14: 6, 7. Da- 
vid's servants, 2 Sam. 12:18. Cap- 
tive maid, 2 Kin. 5:2—4. Servantsof 
\aaman, 2 Kin. 5: 13. Servantsof 
Centurion, Mat. 8: 9. Servants of 
Cornelius, Acts 10 : 7. Onesimus a^'ter 
li is conversion, Phile. 11. 
Bad— Exemplified. Servants of Abra- 
ham and Lot, Gen. 13: 7. Servantsof 
Abimeleeh, Gen. 21: 25. Absalom's 
servants, 2 Sam. 13: 28, 29. 2 Sam. 
11:30. [Absalom''s servants obeyed a 
bad master; they were bad men rather 
than bad servants.] Ziba, 2Sam. 16: 
1—4. Servants of Shimei, 1 Kin. 2: 
39. Jeroboam,! Kin. 11: 26. Zimri, 
1 Kin. 16: 9. Geliazi, 2 Kin. 5:20. 
Servants of Amon, 2 Kin. 21 : 23. Job''8 
servants. Job 19: 16. Servants of the 
High Priest, Mar. 14 : 65. Onesimus 
be^'ore his conversion, Phile. 11. 

Sheep. 

Clean and used as food. Deu. 14: 4. 
Described as 

Innocent. 2 Sam. 24: 17. 

Sagacious. Jno. 10:4,5. 

Agile. Psa. 114:4, 6. 

Being covered with a fleece. Job 
31 : 20. 

Remarkably prolific. Psa. 107 : 41. 
Psa. 144 : 13. So. of Sol. 4 : 2. Eze. 
36:37. 
Bleating of, alluded to. Jud. 5: 16. 

1 Sam. 15: 14. 
Under man's care from the earliest 

age. Gen. 4 : 4. 
Constituted a great part of patri- 
archal wealth. Gen. 13: 5. Gen. 24: 

35. Gen. 26:14. 
Males of, called rams. 1 Sam. 15: 22. 

Jer. 51 : 40. 
Females of, called ewes. Psa. 78: 71. 



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Young of, called lambs. Exo. 12:3. 

Isa. n : 6. 
Places celebr.xted for ; 

Kedar. Ezo. 27: 21. 

Bashan. Den. 32 : 14. 

Nebaioth. Isa. CO: 7. 

Bozra. Mic. 2: 12. 
Flesh of, extensively used as food. 1 

Sam. 2.") : 18. 1 Kiu. 1 : 19. 1 Kin. 4 : 

23. Nell. 5: 18. Isa. 22:13. 
Milk of, used as food. Dou. 32:14. 

Isa. 7:21,22. 1 Cor. 9:7. 
Skins of, worn as ck)tliing by the 

poor. Heb. 11 : 37. 
Skins of, made into a covering for the 

tabernacle. Exo. 2."): 5. Exo. 36: 

19. Exo. 39 : 34. 
Wool of, made into clothing. Job 

31 : 20. Pro. 31 : 13. Eze. 34 : 3. 
Offered in sacrifice from the earliest 

age. Gen. 4:4. Gen. 8:20. Gen. 

15 : 9, 10. 
Ottered in sacrifice under the law. 

Exo. 20:24. Lev. 1 : 10. lKin.8: 

5,63. 
Flocks of. 

Attended by members of the family. 
Gen. 29:6. Exo. 2:16. 1 Sam. 
16:11. 

Attended by servants. 1 Sam. 17: 
20. Isa. 61 : 5. 

Guarded by dogs. Job 30:1. 

Kept infolds or cotes. 1 Sam. 24: 
3. 2 Sam. 7:8. Jno. 10:1. 

Conducted to the richest pastures. 
Psa. 23:2. 

Fed on the mountains. Exo. 3:1. 
Eze. 34 : 6, 13. 

Fed in the valleys. Isa. 65 : 10. 

Frequently covered the pastures. 
Psa. 65:13. 

Watered every day. Gen. 29 : 8—10. 
Exo. 2 : 16, 17. 

Made to rest at noon. Psa. 23: 2, 
with So. of Sol. 1:7. 

Followed the shepherd. Jno. 10: 
4,27. 

Fled from strangers. Jno. 10: 5. 
Washed and shorn every year. So. 

of Sol. 4:2. 
Firstlings of, not to be shorn. Deu. 

15 : 19. 
Firstlings of, not to be redeemed. 

Num. 18: 17. 
Firstlings of, could not be dedicated 

as a free-will offering. Lev. 27 : 26. 
Tithe of, given to the Levites. 2 Chr. 

31 : 4-6. 
First wool of, given to the priests. 

Deu. 18:4. 
Time of shearing, a time of rejoicing. 

ISam. 25: 2, 11,36. 2 Sam. 13:23. 
Were frequently 

Given as presents. 2 Sam. 17 : 29. 
1 Chr. 12 : 40. 

Given as tribute. 2 Kiu. 3:4. 2 
Chr. 17 : 11. 



Destroyed by wild beasts. Jer. .50: 

17. Mic. 5:8. Jno. 10: 12. 
Taken in great numbers in war. 

Jud. 6 : 4. 1 Sam. 14 : 32. 1 Clir. 

5:21. 2 Chr. 14:15. 
Cut oft' by disease. Exo. 9 : 3. 
False prophets assume the simple 

appearance of. Mat. 7 : 15. 
Illustrative 
Of the Jews. Psa. 74 : 1. Psa. 78 : 

,52. Psa. 79:13. 
Of the people of Christ. Jno. 10: 

7-26. Jno. 21: 16, 17. Heb. 13: 

20. 1 Pet. 5 : 2. 
Of the wicked in their death. Psa. 

49:14. 
Of those under God's judgment. 

Psa. 44:11. 
(In patience and simplicity,) of 

patience, &c. of Christ. Isa. 53 : 7. 
(In proneness to wander,) of those 

who depart from God. Psa. 119: 

176. Lsa. 53:6. Eze. 34:16. 
(Lost,) of the unregeuerate. Mat. 

10:6. 
(When found,) of restored sinners. 

Luke 15 : 5, 7. 
(Separated from the goats,) of the 

separation of saints from the 

wicked. Mat. 25 : 32, 33. 

Shepherds. 

Early mention of. Gen. 4:2. 
Usually carried a scrip or bag. 1 

Sam. 17: 40. 
Carried a staff or rod. Lev. 27 : 32. 

Psa. 23:4. 

Dwelt in tents while tending their 

flocks. So. of Sol. 1 : 8. Isa. 38 : 12. 

Members of the family both male 

and female acted as. Gen. 29:6. 

1 Sam. 16: 11. 1 Sam. 17:15. 

Had hired keepers under them. 1 

Sam. 17:20. 
The unfaithfulness of hireling, al- 
luded to. Jno. 10 : 12. 
Care of the sheep by, exhibited in 
Knowing them. Jno. 10: 14. 
Going before and leading them. 
Psa. 77:20. Psa 78:52. Psa. 
80:1. 
Seeking out good pasture for them. 

1 Chr. 4:39-41. Psa. 23:2. 
Numbering them when they return 

from pasture. Jer. 33 : 13. 
Watching over them by uight. 

Luke 2 : 8. 
Tenderness to the ewes in lamb, 
and to the young. Gen. 33: 13, 
14. Psa. 78:71. 
Defending them when attacked by 
wild beasts. 1 Sam. 17:34—36. 
^ Amos 3: 12. 

Searching them out when lost and 
straying. Eze. 34 : 12. Luke 15 : 
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Attending them when sick. Eze. 

34:16. 
An abomination to the Egyptians. 

Gen. 46: 34. 
Illustrative 
Of God as leader of Israel. Psa. 

77:20. Psa. 80:1. 
Of Christ as the good shepherd. 

Eze. 34:23. Zee. 13: 7. Jno. 10: 

14. He b. 13:20. 
Of kings as the leaders of the peo- 
ple. Isa. 44:28. Jer. 6:3. Jer. 

49 : 19. 
Of ministers of the gospel. Jer. 

23:4. 
(Searching out straying sheep,) of 

Christ seeking the lost. Eze. 34 : 

12, Luke lo : 2—7. 
(Their care and tenderness,) of ten- 
derness of Christ. Isa. 40: 11. Eze. 

34 : 13-16. 
(Ignorant and foolish,) of bad min- 

istei's. Isa. 56:11. Jer. 50:6. Eze. 

34:2,10. Zee. 11 : 7, 8, 15-17. 

Showbrcad. 

Twelve cakes of fine flour. Lev. 24 : 5. 
Called hallowed bread. 1 Sam. 21 : 4. 
Materials for, provided by the peo- 
ple. Lev. 24 : 8. Neh. 10 : 32 : 33. 
Prepared by Levites. IChr. 9:32. 1 

Chr. 23:29. 
placed in two rows ou the table by 

the priests. Exo. 25 : 30. Exo. 40 : 

23. Lev. 24:6. 
Table of, 

Dimensions, &c. of. Exo. 25 : 23. 

Covered with gold. Exo. 25 : 24. 

Had an ornamental border. Exo. 
25 : 25. 

Had staves of shittim wood covered 
with gold. Exo. 25 : 28. 

Had rings of gold in the corners for 
the staves. Exo. 25 : 26, 27. 

Had dishes, spoons, covers, and 
bowls of gold. Exo. 25 : 29. 

Placed in the north side of the tab- 
ernacle. Exo. 40:22. Heb. 9:2. 

Directions for removing. Num. 4 : 7. 
Pure frankincense placed on. Lev. 

24:7. 
Was changed every Sabbath day. 

Lev. 24 : 8. 
After removal from the table given 

to the priests. Lev. 24 : 9. 
Not lawful for any but priests to eat, 

except in extreme cases. 1 Sam. 21 : 

4-6, with Mat. 12:4. 
Illustrative of 

Christ as the bread of life. Jno. ■ 
6:48. 

The Church. 1 Cor. 5: 7. 1 Cor. 
10: 17. 

Shields. 
A part of defensive armor. Psa. 115 : 
9, with Psa. 140:7. 



Frequently made of, or coveeed 

with 

Gold. 2 Sam. 8:7. 1 Kin. 10 : 17. 

Brass. 1 Kin. 14 : 27. 
Said to belong to God. Psa. 47 : 9. 
Kinds of; 

The buckler or target. 2 Chr. 9 : 15, 
with 1 Chr. 5 : 18. Eze. 26 : 8. 

The small shield. 2 Cor. 9 : 16. 
Often borne by an armor-bearer. 1 

Sam. 17: 7. 
Before war 

Gathered together. Jer. 51 : 11. 

Uncovered. Isa. 22: 6. 

Repaired. Jer. 46:3. 

Anointed. 2 Sam. 1 : 21, with Isa. 
21:5. 

Often made red. Nah. 2:3. 
Provided by the kings of Israel in 

great abundance. 2 Chr. 11 : 12. 2 

Chr. 26:14. 2 Chr. 32:5. 
A disgrace to lose, or throw away. 2 

Sam. 1: 21. 
Of the vanquished, often burned, 

Eze. 39 : 9. 
In times of peace were hung up in 

towers of armories. Eze. 27 : 10, 

withSo. ofSoI. 4:4, 
Were scarce in Israel in the days of 

Deborah and Barak. Jud. 5 : 8. 
Many of the Israelites used, with ex- 

pertness. 1 Chr. 12: 8, 24, 34. 2 Chr. 

14:8. 2 Chr. 25:5. 
Illustrative of 

Protection of God. Gen. 15 : 1. Psa. 
33 : 20. 

Favor of God. Psa. 5 : 12. 

Truth of God. Psa. 91 : 4. 

Salvation of God. 2 Sam. 22: 36. 
Psa. 18:35. 

Faith. Eph. 6:16. 

Ships. 

Probably originated from the ark 

made by Noah. Gen. 7 : 17, 18. 
Antiquity of, among the Jews. Gen, 

49:13. Jud. 5:17. 
Described as 

Gallant. Isa. 33:21. 

Large. Jas. 3: 4. 

Strong. Isa. 23:14. 

Swift. Job 9 : 26. 
Solomon built a navy of. 1 Kiu. 9: 26. 
Mentioned in Scripture; 

OfChittim. Num. 24:24. Dan. 11: 
30. 

OfTarshish. Isa. 23:1. Isa. 60:9. 

Of Adramyttium. Acts 27 : 2. 

Of Alexandria. Acts 27 : 6. 

OfChaldea. Isa. 43:14. 

Of Tyre. 2 Chr. 8 : 18. 
Generally made of the fir tree. Eze. 

27:5. 
Sometimes made of bulrushes. Isa. 

18:2. 
The seams of, were calked. Eze. 27 : 

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Partb of mentioned; 

Tlie forepart or foreship. Acts 27 : 
30,41. 

Tlio hinder part or stern. Acts 27 : 
2',>, 41. 

Tlio lu)lcl or between the sides. Jon. 
1:5. 

The mast. Isa. .33 : 23. Eze. 27 : .5. 

The sails. Isa. 33 : 23. Eze. 27 : 7. 

The tackling. Isa. 33: 23. Acts 
27 : 19. 

The rudder or helm. Jas. 3 : 4. 

The rudder-bauds. Acts 27 : 40. 

The anchors. Acts 27 : 29, 40. 

Tlie boats. Acts 27 : 30, 32. 

The oars. Isa. 33 : 21. Eze. 27 : 6. 
Often the property of individuals. 

Acts 27: 11. 
Commanded by a master. Jon. 1 : 6. 

Acts 27:11. 
Guided in their course by pilots. 

Eze. 27 : 8, 27-29. 
Governed and directed by the helm. 

Jas. 3:4. 
Course of frequently directed by the 

heavenly bodies. Acts 27 : 20. 
Worked by mariners or sailors. Eze. 

27 : 9, 27. Jon. 1 : .5. Acts 27 : 30. 
Generally impelled by sails. Acts 27 : 

2-7. 
Often impelled by oars. Jon. 1 : 13. 

Jno. 6:19. 

N.\VIGATED 

Rivers. Isa. 33: 21. 

Lakes. Luke 5 : 1,2. 

The ocean. Psa. 104 : 26. Psa.-107 : 
23. 
Soundings usually taken for, in dan- 
gerous places. Acts 27 : 28. 
Usually distinguished by signs or 

figureheads. Acts 28: 11. 
Course of, tlirougli the midst of the 

sea, wonderful. Pro. 30: 18, 19. 
Employed in 

Trading. 1 Kin. 22: 48. 2 Chr. 8: 
18. 2 Chr. 9:21. 

Fishing. Mat. 4 : 21. Luke 5 : 4—9. 
Jno. 21 : 3-8. 

War. Num. 24: 24. Dan. 11 : 30, 40. 

Carrying passengers. Jon. 1 : 3. 
Acts 27: 2, 6. Acts 28: 11. 
The hinder part of, occupied by the 

passengers. Mar, 4 : 38. 
Endangered by 

Storms. Jon. 1:4. Mar. 4:37, 38. 

Quicksands. Acts 27 : 17. 

Rocks. Acts 27 : 29. 
When damaged were sometimes un- 

dergirded with cables. Acts 27 : 

17. 
^ere often wrecked. 1 Kin. 22 : 48. 

Psa. 48:7. Acts 27: 41-44. 2 Cor. 

11:25. 
Illustrative 

Of industrious women. Pro. 31 : 14. 

(Wrecked.) of departure from the 
faith. 1 Tim. 1:19. 



Shoes. 

Early use of. Gen. 14 : 23. 

Called sandals. Mar. 6:9. Acts 12: 8. 

Soles of, sometimes plated with 

brass or iron. Deu. 33 : 25. 
Bound round the feet with latchets 
or strings. .Jno. 1: 27. Acts 12: 8. 
Of ladies of distinction 
Often made of badgers' skins. Eze. 

16:10. 
Often highly ornamental. So. of 

Sol. 7 : 1. 
Probably often adorned with tink- 
ling ornaments. Isa. 3: 18. 
Loosing of, for another a degrading 

office. Mar. 1 : 7. Jno. 1 : 27. 
Bearing, for another a degrading 
office, only performed by slaves. 
Mat. 3:11. 
The Jews 
Put on, before beginning a journey. 

Exo. 12:11. 

Never wore, in mourning. 2 Sam. 

15 : 30. Isa. 20 : 2, 3. Eze. 24 : 17, 23. 

Put off, when they entered sacred 

places. Exo. 8:5. Jos. 5:15. 

Worn out by a long journey. Jos. 

9 : 5, 13. 
Of Israel preserved for forty years, 
while journeying in the wilderness. 
Deu. 29:5. 
Often given as bribes. Amos 2; 6. 

Amos 8 : 6. 
Customs connected with; 
A man who refused to marry a de- 
ceased brother's wife disgraced 
by her pulling off his shoes. Deu. 
25 : 9, 10. 
The right of redemption resigned 
by a man's giving one of his 
shoes to the next of kin. Ruth 
4:7,8. 
The Apostles prohibited from taking 
for their journey more, than the 
pair they had on. Mat. 10: 10. Mar. 
6: 9. Luke 10: 4. 
Illustrative 
Of the preparation of the gospel. 

Eph. 6 : 15. 

Of the beauty conferred on saints. 

So. of Sol. 7:1, with Luke_ 15: 22. 

(Having blood on,) of being en- 

. gaged in war and slaughter. 1 

Kin. 2:5. 
(Taken off,) of an ignominious and 
servile condition. Isa. 47: 2. Jer. 
2 : 25. 
(Thrown over a place,) of subjec- 
tion. Psa. 60:8. Psa. 108:9. 

Sickness. 

Sent by God. Deu. 28:59—61. Deu. 
32 : 39. 2 Sam. 12 : 15. Acts 12 : 23. 

The devil sometimes permitted to in- 
flict. Job 2 : 6, 7. Luke 9 : 39. Luke 
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Often brought on by intemperance. 

Hos. 7 : 5. 
Often sent as a punishment of sin. 
Lev. 26:14-16. 2 Chr. 21 : 12-15. 1 
Cor. 11 : 30. 
One of God's four sore judgments on 

a guilty land. Eze. 14: 19— 21. 
God 
Promises to heal. Exo. 23:25. 2 

Kin. 20: 5. 
Heals. Deu. 32: 39. Psa. 103: 3. Isa. 

38:5,9. 
Exhibits His mercy in healing. 

Phi. 2: 27. 
Exhibits His power in healing. 

Luke 5 :17. 
Exhibits His love in healing. Isa. 

38:17. 
Often manifests saving grace to 

sinners during. Job 33 : 19—24. 

Psa. 107 : 17—21. 
Permits saints to be tried by. Job 

2 : 5, 6. 
Strengthens saints in. Psa. 41 : 3. 
Comforts saints in. Psa. 41:3. 
Hears the prayers of those iu. Psa. 

30:2. Psa. 107:18-20. 
Preserves saints in time of. Psa. 91: 

3-7. 
Abandons the wicked to. Jer. 34 : 17. 
Persecutes the wicked by. Jer. 29: 

18. 
Healing of, lawful on the Sabbath. 

Luke 13: 14-16. 
Christ compassionated those in. Isa. 

53:4, with Mat. 8:16,17. 
Christ healed, 
Being present. Mar. 1: 31. Mat. 4: 

23. 
Not being present. Mat. 8 : 13. 
By imposition of hands. Mar. 6 : 5. 

Luke 13: 13. 
With a touch. Mat. 8:3. 
Through the touch of His garment. 

Mat. 14 : 35, 36. Mar. 5 : 27—34. 
With a word. Mat. 8: 8, 13. 
Faith required in those healed of, by 
Christ. Mat. 9:28, 29. Mar. 5:34. 
Mar. 10:52. 
Often incurable by human means. 

Deu. 28:27. 2 Chr. 21 : 18. 
The Apostles were endued with pow- 
er to heal. Mat. 10: 1. Mar. 16: 18, 
20. 
The power of healing 
One of the miraculous gifts be- 
stowed on the early Church. 1 

Cor. 12 : 9, 30. Jas. 5 : 14, 15. 
Saints 
Acknowledge that, comes from 

God. Psa. 31: 1—8. Isa. 38: 12, 15. 
Are resigned under. Job 2: 10. 
Mourn under, with prayer. Isa. 38 : 

14. 
Pray for recovery from. Isa. 38: 2, 3. 
Ascribe recovery from, to God; Isa. 

38 : 20. 



Praise God for recovery from. Psa 
103 : 1—3. Isa. 38 : 19. Luke 17 : 15, 

Thank God publicly for recoverj 
from. Isa. 38:20. Acts 3: 8. 

Feel for others in. Psa. 35 : 13. 

Visit those in. Mat. 25 : 36. 
Visiting those in, an evidence of be- 
longing to Christ. Mat. 25: 34, 36, 

40. 
Pray for those afflicted with. Acts 

28:8. Jas. 5:14,15. 
God's aid should be sought in. 2 

Chr. 16: 12. 
The wicked 

Have much sorrow, &c. with. Ecc. 
5:17. 

Forsake those in. ISam. 30: 13. 

Visit not those in. Mat. 25: 43. 
Not visiting those in, an evidence of 

not belonging to Christ. Mat. 25 : 

43, 45. 
Illustrative of sin. Lev. 13 : 45, 46. 

Isa. 1 : 5. Jer. 8 : 22. Mat. 9 : 12. 

Sidonians, The. 

Descended from Sidon, son of Ca- 
naan. Gen. 10: 15. 1 Chr. 1 : 13. 
Formerly a part of the Phoenician 

nation. Mat. 15: 21, 22, with Mar. 7: 

24, 26. 
Dwelt on the sea coast. Luke 6 : 17. 

Acts 27 : 3. 
Cities of mentioned; 

Zidon. Jos. 11 : 8. Jos. 19: 28. 

Zarephath or Sarepta. 1 Kin. 17 : 
9. Luke 4 : 26. 
Governed by kings. Jer. 25:22, Jer. 

27: 3. 
Character of; 

Careless and secure. Jud. 18: 7. 

Idolatrous. 1 Kin. 11 : 5. 

Superstitious. Jer. 27 : 3, 9. 

Wicked and impenitent. Mat. 11: 
21 22. 
Engaged in extensive commerce. Isa. 

23:2. 
Were skilful sailors. Eze. 27 : 8. 
Supplied the Jews with timber. 1 

Chr. 22:4. Ezr. 3:7. 
Supplied from Judea with provisions. 

Acts 12: 20, with Eze. 27: 17. 
Territory of. 

Bordered on the land of Canaan. 
Gen. 10:19. 

Given by God to Israel. Gen. 49 : 13. 
Jos. 13 : 6. 

Allotted to the tribe of Asher. Jos. 
19:24, 28. 

Visited by our Lord. Mat. 15 : 21. 
Israel unable to expel. Jud. 1 : 31. 

Jud. 3:3. 
Hostile and oppressive to God's peo- 
ple. Jud. 10: 12. Eze. 28: 22, 24. 

Joel 3 : 5j 6. 
Solomon intermarried with. 1 Kin. 

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Ahab intermarried with. 1 Kin. 16: 

31. 
Israel followed the idolatry of. Jud. 

10:6. IKiu. 11:33. 
Predictions respecting; 
Territory of, to be given to Neb- 
iichaduezzar, king of Babylon. 
Jer. 27 : 3, 6. 
Partaking with the other nations 
of God's judgments. Jer. 25 : 22— 
28. Eze. 32 : 30. 
All their helpers to be cut off. Jer. 

47:4. 
That God should be glorified in the 
judgments upon them. Eze. 28: 
21-23. 
Their spoliation and oppression of 
the Jews to be fully recompensed. 
Joel 3:4,8. 
Many of, attended Christ's ministry. 

Mar. 3:8. 
Having revolted from Herod, were 
obliged to propitiate him. Acts 
12:20. 

Sieges. 

Fenced cities invested by. 2 Kin. 18: 

13. 
Threatened as a punishment. Deu. 

28:52. 
Described .^s 
Encamping against. 2 Sam. 12:28. 

2Chr. 32:1. 
Pitching against. 2 Kin. 25 : 1. 
Compassing about with armies. 2 

Kin. 6 : 14. Luke 21 : 20. 
Setting in array against. Jer. 50: 9. 
Being against round about. Jer, 

.51 : 2. 
Often lasted for a long time. 2 Kin. 

17 : ,5. 
Great noise and tumult of, alluded 

to. Joel 2 : 5. 
Those engaged in, 
Built forts and mounts. Eze. 4 : 2. 

Eze. 26:8. 
Dug a trench round the city. ILuke 

19:43. 
Invested the city on every side, 

Eze. 23:24. 
Cut off all supplies. 2 Kin. 19 : 24. 
Frequently laid ambushes. Jud. 

9 : 34. I 

Called upon the city to surrender. 

1 Kin. 20 : 2, 3. 2 Kin. 18 : 18, 20. 
Employed battering rams, &c. 

against the walls. Eze. 4:2. Eze. 

26:9. 
Cast arrows and other missiles into 
* the city. 2 Kin. 19:32. 
Often suffered much during. Eze. 

29:18. 
The Jews forbidden to cut down fruit 
trees for purposes of. Deu. 20: 19, 
20. 
Extreme diflBculty of taking cities by, 
alluded to. Pro, 18:19. 



Cities invested by, 

Repaired and newly fortified be- 
forehand. 2Chr. 32:5. Isa. 22: 
9,10. Nah, 3:14. 

Supplied with water beforehand. 
Nah 3:14. 

The inhabitants of, cut off before- 
hand supplies of water outside, 
useful to besiegers. 2 Clir. 32 : 3, 4. 

Were strictly shut up. Jos. 6 : 1. 

Walls of, defended by the inhabit- 
ants. 2 Sam. 11: 20, 21. 2 Kin. 18: 
26. 2Chr. 32: 18. 

Sometimes used ambushes or 
sorties. Jer. 51 : 12. 

Often suffered from famine. 2 Kin. 
6:26—29. 2 Kin. 25:3. Eze. 6:12. 

Often suffered from pestilence. 

• Jer. 21:6. Jer. 32:24. 

Often demanded terms of peace. 1 
Sam. 11:1-3. 

Frequently taken by ambush. Jud. 
9:43, 44. 

Frequently taken by assault. Jos. 
10:35. 2 Sam. 12: 29. 

Frequently succored by allies. 1 
Sam. 11: 11. 1 Sam. 23:5. 

Inhabitants of, exhorted to be cour- 
ageous. 2 Chr. 32:6-8. 
Cities taken by. 

Given up to pillage. Jer. 50: 26,27. 

Inhabitants of, often put to the 
sword. Jos. 10:28, 30, 32, 35. Jer. 
50 : 30. 

Frequently broken down. Jud. 9:45. 

Frequently destroyed by fire. Jos. 
8:19. 

Sometimes sown with salt. Jud. 9: 
45. 

Sometimes called after the name of 
the captor. 2 Sam. 12:28. 
Mentioned in Scripture; 

Jericho. Jos. 6 : 2—20. 

Ai. Jos. 7 : 2—4. Jos. 8 : 1—19. 

Makkedah. Jos. 10:28. 

Libnah. Jos. 10 : 29, 30. 

Lachish. Jos. 10: 31, 32. 

Eglou. Jos. 10 : 34, 35. 

Hebron. Jos. 10: 36, 37. 

Debir. Jos. 10: 38, 39. 

Shechem. Jud. 9 : 34, 45. 

Thebez. Jud. 9:50. 

Jabesh-gilead. 1 Sam. 11 : 1. 

Keilah. 1 Sam. 23:1. 

Ziklag. ISam. 30:1, 2. 

Rabbah. 2 Sam. 11: 1. 3 Sam. 12: 
26—29. 

Gibbethon. 1 Kin. 16 : 15. 

Tirzah. 1 Kin. 16:17. 

Samaria. 1 Kin. 20: 1. 2 Kin. 6'. 
24. 2 Kin 17 : 5. 

Ramoth-gilead. 1 Kin. 22 : 4, 29. 

Cities of Israel in Galilee. 2 Kin. 
15 : 29. 

Cities of Judah. 2 Kin. 18 : 13. 

Jerusalem. 2 Kin. 24: 10, 11. 2 Kin, 
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Illustrative of 
The omnipresence of God. Psa. 

139 : 5. 
The judgments of Gad. Mic. 5: 1. 
Zion in her afHiction. Isa. 1 : 8. 

Silver. 

Veins of, found in the earth. Job 

28:1. 
Generally found in an impure state. 

Pro. 25 : 4. 
Comparative value of. Isa. 60:17. 
Described as • 

White and shining. Psa. 68:13, 
14. 

Fusible. Eze. 22 : 20, 22. 

Malleable. Jer. 10:9. 
Purified by fire. Pro. 17 : 3. Zee. 

13:9. 
Purified, called 

Eefined silver. 1 Chr. 29: 4. 

Choice silver. Pro. 8 : 19. 
Tarshish carried on extensive com- 
merce in. Jer. 10:9. Eze. 27:12. 
The patriarchs rich in. Gen. 13:2. 

Gen. 24:35. 
Used as money from the earliest age. 

Gen. 23 : 15, 16. Gen. 37 : 28. 1 Kin. 

16 : 24. 
Very abundant in the reign of Solo- 
mon. 1 Kin. 10:21,22, 27. 2 Chr. 

9:20, 21,27. 
The working in, a trade. Acts 19: 

24. 
Made into 

Cups. Gen. 44:2. 

Dishes. Num. 7 : 13, 84, 85. 

Bowls. Num. 7:13, 84. 

Thin plates. Jer. 10 : 9. 

Chains. Isa. 40: 19. 

Wires (alluded to). Ecc. 12 : 6. 

Sockets for the boards of the taber- 
nacle. Exo. 20 : 19, 25, 32. Exo. 
36 : 24, 26, 30, 36. 

Ornaments and hooks for the pil- 
lars of the tabernacle. Exo. 27 : 
17. Exo. 38:19. 

Candlesticks. 1 Chr. 28 : 15. 

Tables. 1 Chr. 28:16. 

Beds or couches. Est. 1 : 6. 

Vessels. 2 Sam. 8 : 10. Ezr. 6 : 5. 

Idols. Psa. 115:4. Isa. 2:20. Isa. 
30:22. 

Ornaments for the person. Exo. 3 : 
22. 
Given by the Israelites for making 

the tabernacle. Exo. 25 : 3. Exo. 

35 : 24. 
Given by David and his subjects for 

making the temple. 1 Chr. 28 : 14. 

IChr. 29:2,6-9. 
Taken in war often consecrated to 

God. Jos. 6:19. 2 Sam. 8:11. 1 

Kin. 15: 15. 
Taken in war purified by fire. Num. 

31:22,23. 



Often given as presents. 1 Kin. 10: 

25. 2 Kin. 5 : 5, 23. 
Tribute often paid in. 2 Chr. 17 : 11. 

Neh. 5: 15. 
Illustrative 
Of the words of the Lord. Psa. 

12:6. 
Of the tongue of the just. Pro. 10: 

20. 
Of good rulers. Isa. 1 : 22, 23. 
Of the Medo-Persian kingdom. 

Dan. 2:32, 39. 
Of saints purified by affliction. 

Psa. 66:10. Zee. 13:9. 
(Labor of seeking for,) of diligence 

required for attaining knowledge 

Pro. 2:4. 
(Reprobate,) of the wicked. Jer. 

6 : 30. 
(Dross of,) of the wicked. Isa. 1: 

22. Eze. 22:. 18. 
Wisdom to be esteemed more than. 
Job 28:15. Pro. 3:14. Pro. 8: 
10, 19. Pro. 16 : 16. 

Simeon, The Tribe of. 

Descended from Jacob's second son 

by Leah. Gen. 29:33 
Prediction resisecting. Gen. 49: 5—7. 
Persons selected from. 

To number the people. Num. 1:6. 

To spy out the land. Num. 13: 5. 

To divide the land. Num. 34': 20. 
Formed part of the second division 

of Israel in their journeys. Num. 

10: 18,19. 
Encamped under the standard of 

Reuben south of the tabernacle. 

Num. 2:12. 
Strength of, on leaving Egypt. Num. 

1:22,23. Num. 2: 13. 
Offering of, at the dedication. Num. 

7:36—41. 
Families of. Num. 26: 12, 13. 
Strength of, on entering Canaan. 

Num.26: 14. 
Plagued for following the idolatry, 

&c. of Midian, which accounts for 

their decrease. Num. 25:9, 14. 

Num. 26: 14, with Num. 1 : 23. 
On Mount Gerizim said amen to the 

blessings. Deu. 27 : 12. 
Inheritance of, within Judah. Jos. 

19:1-8. 
Bounds of their inheritance with 

cities and villages. Jos. 19:2—8. 

1 Chr. 4 : 28—33. 
United with Judah in expelling the 

Canaanites from their inheritance. 

Jud. 1:3, 17. 
Many of, at the coronation of David. 

1 Chr. 12:25. 
Officer appointed over, by David. 1 

Chr. 27 : 16. 
Part of, united with Judah under 

Asa. 2 Chr. 15:9. 



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Josiah purged their land of idols. 

2 Chr. 34 : 6. 
Part of, destroyed the remnant of 

the Amalokitcs, and dwelt in thoir 

land. 1 Chr. 4:39—43. 

Simplicity. 
Is opposed to fleshly wisdom. 2 Cor. 
1:12. 

Necessity for. Mat. 18: 2, 3. 
Should be EsurBiTEo 

In preachiug t lie gospel. 1 The. 2: 
3—7. 

In acts of benevolence. Rom. 12:8. 

In all our conduct. 2 Cor. 1 : 12. 

Concerning our own wisdom. 1 Cor. 
3: 18. 

Concerning evil. Rom. 16: 19. 

Concerning malice. 1 Cor. 14:20. 
Exhortation to. Rom. 10:19. 1 Pet. 

2:2. 
They who have the grace of, 

Are made wise by God. Mat. 11 : 25. 

Are made wise by the word of God. 
Psa. 19:7. Psa. 119:130. 

Are preserved by God. Psa. 116 : 6. 

Made circumspect by instruction. 
Pro. 1 : 4. 

Profit by the correction of others. 
Pro. 19:25. Pro. 21:11. 
Beware of being corrupted from that, 

which is in Christ. 2 Cor. 11 : 3. 
Illustrated. Mat. 6:22. 
Exemplified. David, Psa. 131: 1, 2. 

Jeremiah, Jer. 1 : 6. Primitive Chris- 
tians, Acts 2 : 46. Acts 4 : 32. Paul, 

2 Cor. 1:12. 

Sin. 
Is the transgression of the law. 1 

Jno. 3:4. 
Is of the devil. 1 Jno. 3: 8, with Jno. 

8:44. 
All unrighteousness is. 1 Jno, 5 : 17. 
Omission of what we know to be 

good is. Jas. 4! 17. 
Whatever is not of faith is. Rom. 

14 : 23. 
The thought of foolishness is. Pro. 

24:9. 
All the imaginations of the unre- 
newed heart are. Gen. 6:5. Gen. 

8:21. 
Described as 

Coming from the heart. Mat. 15 : 19. 

The fruit of lust. Jas. 1 : 15. 

The sting of death. 1 Cor. 15 : .56. 

Rebellion against God. Deu. 9:7. 
Jos. 1 : 18. 

Works of darkness. Eph. 5 : 11. 

Dead works. Heb. 6: 1. Heb. 9: 14. 

The abominable thing that God 
hates. Pro. 15: 9. Jcr. 44: 4, 11. 

Reproaching the Lord. Num. 15:30. 
Psa. 74:18. 

Defiling. Pro. .30: 12. Isa. 59 : 3. 

Deceitful. Heb. 3:13. 



Disgraceful. Pro. 14 : 34. 

Often very great. Exo. ,32: 30. 1 
Sam. 2: 17. 

O f te n m igh ty . A m os 5 : 12. 

Often manifold. Amos 5 : 12. 

Often presumptuous. Psa. 19: 13. 

Sometimes open and manifest. 1 
Tim. 5: 24. 

Sometimes secret. Psa. 90: 8. 1 
Tim. 5:24. 

Besetting. Heb. 12:1. 

Like scarlet and crimson. Tsa. 1 : 18. 

Reaching unto heaven. Rev. 18: 5. 
Entered into the world by Adam. 

Gen. 3: 6, 7, with Rom. 5: 12. 
All men are conceived and born in. 

Gen. 5:3. Job 15: 14. Job 25: 4. 

Psa. 51 : 5. 
All men are shapen in. Psa. 51 : 5. 
Scripture concludes all under. Gal. 

3:22. 
No man is without. 1 Kin. 8: 46, Ecc, 

7:20. 
Christ alone was without. 2 Cor. 5: 

21. Heb. 4: 15.Heb. 7: 26.1 Jno.3:5. 
God 

Abominates. Deu. 25: 16. Pro. 6: 
16-19. 

Marks. Job 10: 14. 

Remembers. Rev. 18:5. 

Is provoked to jealousy by. 1 Kin. 
14:22. 

Is provoked to anger by. 1 Kin. 
16:2. 

Alone can forgive. Exo. 34: 7. Dan. 
9:9. Mic. 7:18. Mar. 2:7. 

Recompenses. Jer. 16: 18. Rev. 
18:6. 

Punishes. Isa. 13: 11. Amos 3: 2. 
The law 

Is transgressed by every. Jas. 2: 
10, 11, with 1 Jno. 3:4. 

Gives knowledge of. Rom. 3: 20. 
Rom. 7: 7. 

Shows exceeding sinfulness of. 
Rom. 7: 13. 

Made to restrain*. 1 Tim. 1 : 9, 10. 

By its strictness stirs up. Rom. 7: 
5, 8, 11. 

Is the strength of. 1 Cor. 15: 56. 

Curses those guilty of. Gal. 3: 10. 
No man can cleanse himself from. 

Job 9 : 30, 31. Pro. 20 : 9. Jer. 2 : 22. 
No man can atone for. Mic. 6:7. 
God has opened a fountain for. Zee. 

13:1. 
Christ was manifested to take away. 

Jno. 1 : 29. 1 Jno. 3 : 5. 
Christ's blood redeems from. Eph. 

1:7. 
Christ's blood cleanses from. 1 Jno. 

1:7. 
Saints 

Made free from. Rom. 6:18. 

Dead to. Rom. 6: 2, 11. 1 Pet. 2: 24. 

Profess to have ceased from. 1 Pet 
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I 'annot live in. 1 Jno. 3:9. 1 Jno. 

5:18. 
xlesolve against. Job 31: 32. 
\.shamed of having committed, 

Rom. 6: 21. 
Abhor themselves on account of. 

Job 12: 6. Eze. 20: 13. 
Have yet the remains of, in them. 
Rom. 7 : 17, 23, with Gal. 5 : 17. 
The fear of God restrains. Exo. 20: 

20. Psa. 1:1. Pro. 16: 6. 
The word of God keeps from. Psa. 

17:1. Psa. 119:11. 
The Holy Ghost convinces of. Jno. 

16:8,9. 
If we say that we have no. we deceive 
ourselves, and the trutli is not in 
lis. 1 Jno. 1 : 8. 
If we say that we have no, we make 

God a liar. 1 Jno. 1 : 10. 
Confusion of face belongs to those 

guilty of. Dan. 9:7, 8. 
Should be 
Confessed. Job 33 : 27. Pro. 28 : 13. 
Mourned over. Psa. 38; 18. Jer. 

3" 21. 
Hated! Psa. 97: 10. Pro. 8: 13. Amos 

5: 15. 
Abhorred. Rom. 12 : 9. 
Put away. Job 11 : 11. 
departed from. Psa. 31: 11. 2 Tim. 

2: 19. 
Avoided even in appearance. 1 The. 

5 : 22. 
Guarded against. Psa. 1:4. Psa. 

39:1. 
Striven against. Heb. 12 : 4. 
Mortified. Rom. 8:13. Col. 3:5. 
Wholly destroyed. Rom. 6: 6. 
Specially strive against besetting. 

Heb. 12:1. 
Aggravated by neglected advantages. 

Luke 12: 17. Jno. 15:22. 
Guilt of concealing. Job 31 : 33. Pro. 

28 : 13. 
We should pray to God 
To search for, in. our hearts. Psa. 

139 : 23, 21. 
To make us know our. Job 13: 23. 
To forgive our. Exo. 31:9. Luke 

11:1. 
To keep us from. Psa. 19 : 13. 
To deliver us from. Mat. 6: 13. 
To cleanse us from. Psa. 51 : 2. 
Prayer hindered by. Psa. 66 : 18. Isa. 

59:2. 
Blessings withheld on account of. 

Jer. 5:25. 
The wicked 
Servants to. Jno. 8:31. Rom. 6:16. 
Dead in. Eph. 2:1. 
Guilty of, in everything they do. 

Pro. 21 : 4. Eze. 21 : 21. 
Plead necessity for. 1 Sam. 13 : 11, 

12. 
Excuse. Gen. 3 : 12, 13. 1 Sam. 15 : 
13-15. 



Encourage themselves in. Psa. 61 : 5. 
Defy God in committing. Isa. 5.' 

18, 19. 
Boast of. Isa. 3:9. 
Make a mock at. Pro. 11:9. 
Expect impunity in. Psa. 10: 11. 

Psa. 50:21. Psa. 91: 7. 
Cannot cease from. 2 Pet. 2 : 11. 
Heap up. Psa. 78:17. Isa. 30:1. 
Encouraged in, by prosperity. Job 

21:7—15. Pro. 10:16. 
Led by despair to continue in. Jer. 

2:25. Jer. 18:12. 
Try to conceal, from God. Gen. 3: 

8,10, with Job 31: 33. 
Throw the blame of, on God. Gen. 

3:12. Jer. 7:10. 
Throw the blame of, on others. 

Gen. 3 : 12, 13. Exo. 32 : 22—21. 
Tempt others to. Gen. 3:6. 1 Kin. 
16 : 2. 1 Kin. 21 : 25. Pro. 1 : 10—11. 
Delight in those who commit. Psa. 

10:3. Hos. 7:3. Rom. 1 : 32. 
Shall bear the shame of. Eze. 16 : 52. 
Shall find out the wicked. Num. 32 : 23. 
Ministers should warn the wicked to 

forsake. Eze. 33:9. Dan. 4:27. 
Leads to 
Shame. Rom. 6: 21. 
Disquiet. Psa. 38: 3. 
Disease. Job 20: 11. 
The ground was cursed on account 

of. Gen. 3:17, 18. 
Toil and sorrow originated in. Gen. 

3: 16,17, 19, with Job 11:1. 
Excludes from heaven. 1 Cor. 6:9, 
10. Gal. 5:19-21. Eph. 5:5. Rev. 
21 : 27. 
When finished brings forth death. 

Jas. 1: 15. 
Deatli, the wages of. Rom. 6: 23. 
Death, the punishment of. Gen. 2: 17, 
Eze. 18:1. 

Sincerity. 

Christ was an example of. 1 Pet. 2: 

22. 
Ministers should be examples of. Tit. 

2:7. 
Opposed to fleshly wisdom. 2 Cor. 1 : 

12. 
Should characterize 

Our love to God. 2 Cor. 8: 8, 21. 

Our love to Christ. Eph. 6 : 21. 

Our service to God. Jos. 21: 11. Jno. 
1 : 23, 21. 

Our faith. 1 Tim. 1:5. 

Our love to one another. Rom. 12: 
9. 1 Pet. 1:22. 1 Jno. 3:18. 

Our whole conduct. 2 Cor. 1 : 12. 

The preaching of the gospel. 2 Cor. 
2 : 17. 1 The. 2 : 3-5. 
A characteristic of the doctrines of 

the gospel. 1 Pet. 2:2. 
The gospel sometimes preached with- 
out. Phi. 1:16. 



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SIN. 



Tlio wicked devoid of. Psa. 5:9. 

Psa. 55:21. 
Exhortations to. Psa. 34 : 13. 1 Cor. 

5:8. 1 Pet. 2:1. 
Pray for, on behalf of others. Phi. 

1:10. 
Blessedness of. Psa. 32 : 2. 
Exemplified. Menof Zebulun, I Chr. 

12 : 33. Hezckiah, Isa. 38 : 3. Nathan- 

ael, Jno. 1 : 47. Paul, 2 Cor. 1 : 12. 

Timothy^ 2 Tim. 1 : 5. Lois and Eunice, 

2 Tim. 1 : 5. The Redeemed, Rev. 14 : 5. 

Sin-offcfing. 

Probable origin of. Gen. 4:4,7. 
Was offered 

For sins of ignorance. Lev. 4: 2, 13, 
22, 27. 

At the consecration of priests. Exo. 
29:10,14. Lev. 8:14. 

At the consecration of Levites. 
Num. 8 : 8. 

At the expiration of a Nazarite's 
vow. Num. 6: 14. 

On the day of atonement. Lev. 16: 
3,9. 
Was a most holy sacrifice. Lev. 6: 

25, 29. 
Consisted of 

A young bullock for priests. Lev. 
4:3. Lev. 9:2, 8. Lev. 16:3, 6. 

A young bullock or he-goat for the 
congregation. Lev. 4: 14. Lev. 
16:9. 2 Chr. 29:23. 

A male kid for a ruler. Lev. 4:23. 

A female kid or female lamb for a 

private person. Lev.4:28, 32. 

Sins of the offerer transferred to, by 

imposition of hands. Lev. 4: 4, 15, 

24,29. 2 Chr. 29:23. 
Was killed in the same place as the 

burnt-offering. Lev. 4 : 24. Lev. 6 : 25. 
The blood of. 

For a priest or for the congrega- 
tion, brought by the priest into 
the tabernacle. Lev. 4: 5, 16. 

For a priest or for the congrega- 
tion, sprinkled seven times before 
the Lord, outside the vail, by the 
priest with his finger. Lev. 4 : 6, 
17. 

For a priest or for the congrega- 
tion, put upon the horns of the 
altar of incense. Lev. 4 : 7, 18. 

For a ruler or for a private person 
put upon the horns of the altar 
of burnt-offering by the priest 
with his finger. Lev. 4 : 25, 30. 

In every case poured at the foot of 
the altar of burnt-offering. Lev. 
4:7,18,25,30. Lev. 9:9. 
Fat of the inside, kidneys, &c. burned 

on the altar of burnt-off'ering. Lev. 

4: 8 -10,19,26,31. Lev. 9:10. 
When for a priest or the congrega- 
tion, the skin, carcass, &c. burned 



without the camp. Lev. 4:11, 12 
21. Lev. 6:30. Lev. 9:11. 

Was eaten by the priests in a holy 
place, when its blood had not been 
brought into the tabernacle. Lev. 
6:26, 29, with 30 v. 

Aaron, &c. rebuked for burning and 
not eating that of the congrega- 
tion, its blood not having been 
brought into the tabernacle. Lev. 
10: 16-18, with Lev. 9: 9, 15. 

Whatever touched the flesh of, was 
rendered holy. Lev. 6 : 27. 

Garments sprinkled with the blood 
of, to be washed. Lev. 6 : 27. 

Laws respecting the vessels used for 
boiling the flesh of. Lev. 6: 28. 

Was typical of Christ's sacrifice. 2 
Cor. 5:21. Heb. 13: 11-13. 

Sins, National. 
Pervade all ranks. Isa. 1 : 5. Jer. 5 : 

1-5. Jer. 6:13. 
Often caused and encouraged by 
rulers. 1 Kin. 12:26-33. 1 Kin. 14: 
16. 2 Chr. 21 : 11—13. Pro. 29: 12. 
Often caused by prosperity. Deu. 
.32 : 15. Neh. 9 : 28. Jer. 48 : 11. Eze. 
16 : 49. Eze. 28 : 5. 
Defile 
The land. Lev. 18: 25. Num.35: 
33,34. Psa. 106:38. Isa. 24:5. 
Mic. 2: 10. 
The people. Lev 18: 24. Eze. 14: 11. 
National worship. Isa. 1:10-15. 
Amos 5: 21, 22. Hag. 2.14. 
Aggravated by privileges. Isa. 5: 4 — 
7. Eze. 20 : 11—13. Amos 2 : 4. Amos 
3:1,2. Mat. 11: 21-24. 
Lead the heathen to blaspheme. Eze. 

36:20,23. Rom. 2: 24. 
Are a reproach to a people. Pro. 

14:34. 
Should BE 
Repented of. Jer. 18: 8. Jon. 3: 5. 
Mourned over. Joel 2: 12. 
Confessed. Lev. 26 : 40. Deu. 30 : 2. 

Jud. 10:10. 1 Kin. 8:47, 48. 
Turned from. Isa. 1 : 16. Hos. 14 : 
1,2. Jon. 3: 10. 
Saints especially mourn over. Psa. 

119:136." Eze. 9:4. 
MnnsTEES should 
Mourn over. Ezr. 10:6, Jer. 13: 

17. Eze. 6:11. Joel 2: 17. 
Testify against. Isa. 30:8, 9. Lsa. 
.58: 1. Eze. 2: 3—5. Eze. 22: 2. 
.Ion. 1:2. 
Try to turu the people from. Jer. 

23 : 22. 
Pray for forgiveness of. Exo. 32* 
31,32. Joel 2: 17. 
National praver rejected on account 

of. Isa. 1: 15._ Isa. .59: 2. 
National worship rejected on account 
of. Isa. 1:10—14. Jer. 6:19, 20. 
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Cause tlio withdrawal of privileges. 
Lam 2:9. Amos 8:11. Mat. 23: 
37—39. 

Bring down national judgments. Mat. 
23:33,36. Mat. 27 : 20. 

Denunciations against. Isa. 1:24. 
Isa. 30:1. Jer. 5:9. Jer. 6:27— 30. 

Punishment for. Isa. 3:8. Jer. 12: 
n._ Jer. 25:12. Eze. 28:7— 10. 

Punishment for, averted on repent- 
ance. Jud. 10:15, 16. 2Chr. 12:6, 
7. Psa. 106: ■43—46. Jon. 3: 10. 

Exemplified. Sodom and Gomorrah, 
Gen. 18 : 20. 2 Pet. 2 : 6. Children of 
Israel, Exo. 16 : 8. Exo. 32 : 31. ATa- 
tions of Canaan, Deu. 9 : 4. Kingdom 
of Israel, 2 Kin. 17 : 8-12. Hos. 4:1, 
2. Kingdom of Jadah, 2 Kin. 17 : 19. 
Isa. 1:2—7. 3Ioab, Jer. 48:29, 30. 
Babylon, Jer. 51 : 6, 13, 52. Tyre, Eze. 
28:2. ATjnere/i, Nah.3:l. 

Slander. 

An abomination unto God. Pro. 6: 

16, 19. 
Forbidden. Exo. 23:1. Eph. 4:31. 

Jas. 4: 11. 
Includes 

Whispering. Rom. 1:29. 2 Cor. 
12 : 20. 

Backbiting. Rom. 1 : 30. 2 Cor, 
12 : 20. 

Evil surmising. 1 Tim. 6: 4. 

Tale-bearing. Lev. 19:16. 

Babbling. Ecc.lO:ll. 

Tattling. 1 Tim. 5:13. 

Evil speaking. Psa. 41: 5. Psa. 
109 : 20. 

Defaming. Jer. 20: 10. 1 Cor. 4: 13. 

Bearing false witness. Exo. 20:16. 
Deu. 5:20. Luke 3:14. 

Judging uncharitably. Jas. 4:11, 
12. 

Raising false reports. Exo. 23: 1. 

Repeating matters. Pro. 17 : 9. 
Is a deceitful work. Psa. 52:2. 
Comes from the evil heart. Mat. 15: 

19. Luke 6 : 45. 
Often arises from hatred. Psa. 41 : 7. 

Psa. 109: 3. 
Idleness leads to. 1 Tim. 5 : 13. 
The wicked addicted to. Psa. 50: 20. 

Jer. 6:28. Jer. 9:4. 
Hypocrites addicted to. Pro. 11 : 9. 
A characteristic of the devil. Rev. 

12: 10. 
The wicked love. Psa. .52 : 4. 
They who indulge in, are fools. Pro. 

10: 18. 
They who indulge in, not to be trust- 
ed. Jer. 9:4. 
Women warned against. Tit. 2 : 3. 
Ministers' wives should avoid. 1 Tim. 

3:11. 
Christ was exposed to. Psa. 35: 11, 

Mat. 26: 60. 



Rulers exposed to. 2 Pet. 2: 10. 

Jude 8. 
Ministers exposed to. Rom. 3:8. 2 

Cor. 6:8. 
The nearest relations exposed to. 

Psa. 50:20. 
Saints exposed to. Psa. 38:12. Psa. 

109:2. 1 Pet. 4:4. 
Saints 

Should keep their tongue from 
Psa. 54: 13, with 1 Pet. 3: 10. 

Should lay aside. Eph. 4: .31. 1 
Pet. 2: 1. 

Should be warned against. Tit. 3: 
1, 2. 

Should give no occasion for. 1 Pet. 
2:12. 1 Pet. 3:16. 

Should return good for. 1 Cor. 4 : 
13. 

Blessed in enduring. Mat. 5: 11. 

Characterized as avoiding. Psa. 
15:1,3. 
Should not be listened to. 1 Sam. 

24:9. 
Should be discountenanced with 

anger. Pro. 25 : 23. 
Effects of; 

Separating friends. Pro. 16: 28. 
Pro. 17 : 9. 

Deadly wounds. Pro. 18: 8. Pro. 
26 : 22. 

Strife. Pro. 26:20. 

Discord among brethren. Pro. 6: 
19. 

Murder. Psa. 31 : 13. Eze 22: 9. 
The tongue of, is a scourge. Job 5 : 

21. 
Is venomous. Psa. 140: 3. Ecc. 10: 11. 
Is destructive. Pro. 11 : 9. 
End of, is mischievous madness. 

Ecc. 10: 13. 
Men shall give accoimt for. Mat. 12: 

36. Jas. 1 : 26. 
Punishment for. Deu. 19: 16 — 21: 

Psa. 101 : 5. 
Illustrated. Pro. 12 : 18. Pro. 25:18. 
Exemplified. Laban's Sons, Gen. 31 : 

1. Doeg,l Sam. 22: 9—11. Princes 

of Amman, 2 Sam. 10:3. Zibu, 2 Sam. 

16: 3. Children of Belial, 1 Kin. 21 : 

13. Enemies of tit e Jews, Ezr. 4:7 — 

16. Gashmu, Neh. 6: 6. Haman, 

Est. 3:8. David^s enemies, Psa. 31: 

13. Jeremiah's enemies, Jer. 38: 4. 

Jews, Mat. 11: 18, 19. Witnesses 

against Christ, Mat. 26: 59—61. 

Priests, Mar. 15: 3. Enemies of 

Stephen, Acts 6: 11. Enemies of 

Paul, &c. Acts 17: 7. TerttMvs, 

Acts 24 : 2, 5. 

Sobriety. 

Commanded. 1 Pet. 1 : 13. 1 Pet. 5:8. 
The gospel designed to teach. Tit. 

2:11, 12. 
With watchfulness. 1 The. 5 : 6. 
With prayer. 1 Pet. 4 : 7, 



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Required in 

Winisters. ITim. 3:2, 3. Tit. 1 : 8. 

Wives of ministers. 1 Tim. 3: 11. 

Affcd men. Tit. 2 : 2. 

Yoims men. Tit. 2: 6. 

Younj? women. Tit. 2:4. 

All saints. 1 The. 5:6,8. 
Women should exhibit, in dress. 1 

Tim. 2:9. 
We should estimate our character 

and talents with. Rom. 12:3. 
Wo should live in. Tit. 2:12. 
Motives to. 1 Pet. 4:7. 1 Pet. 5 : 8. 



Spear, The. 



An otiensive weapon. 2 Sam. 23: 8, 18. 
First mention of, in Scripture. Jos. 

8:18. 
Parts of, mentioned; 

Tlie staU of wood. 1 Sam. 17 : 7. 

The head of iron or brass. 1 Sam, 
17:7, with 2 Sam. 21: 16. 
Probably pointed at both ends. 2 

Sam. 2: 23. 
Called the glittering spear. Job 39: 

23. Hab. 3:11. 
Different kinds of; 

Lances. Jer. 50: -42. 

Javelins. Num. 25: 7. 1 Sam. 18: 10. 

Darts. 2 Sam. 18 : 14. Job 41 : 26, 29. 
Tlioso who used, called spearmen. 

Psa. 68:30. Acts 23: 23. 
Frequently used by horse soldiers. 

Nah. 3:3. 
Furbished before war. Jer. 46: 4. 
Pruning-hooks made into, before war. 

Joel 3 : 10. 
Made into pruning-hooks in peace. 

Isa. 2:4. Mic. 4:3. 
The Israelites 

Acquainted with the making of. 1 
Sam. 13:19. 

Frequently used. Neh. 4 : 13, 16. 

Ill ijrovided with, in the times of 
Deborah and of Saul. Jud. 5: 8. 1 
Sam. 13:22. 
Provided by the kings of Israel in 

great abundance. 2 Chr. 11 : 12. 2 

Chr. 32 : 5. 
Frequently thrown from the hand. 1 

Sam. 18:11. 1 Sam. 19:10. 
Often retained in the hand of the 

person using. Num. 25: 7. 2 Sam. 2: 

23. 
Stuck in the ground beside the bol- 
ster during sleep. 1 Sam. 26: 7—11. 
Illustrative of the bitterness of the 

wicked. Psa. 57 : 4. 

Stars, The. 
Infinite in number. Gen. 15:5. Jer. 

33 : 22. 
God 
Created. Gen. 1 : 16. Psa. 8:3. Psa. 

148: 5. 
Set, in the firmament of heaveu. 
Gen. 1:17. 



Appointed to give light by night. 
Gen. 1 : 16, with 14 v. Psa. 136: 9. 
Jer. 31 : 35. 

Numbers and names. Psa. 147: 4. 

Established, for ever. Psa. 148: .3,6. 
Jer. 31 : 36. 

Obscures. Job 9: 7. 
Revolve in fixed orbits. Jud. 5: 20. 
Shine in the firmament of heaven. 

Dan. 12:3. 
Appear of different magnitudes. 1 

Cor. 15:41. 
Appear after sunset. Neh. 4 : 21, with 

Job 3: 9. 
Called 

The host of heaven. Deu. 17 : 3. Jer. 
33:22. 

Stars of light. Psa. 148:3. 

Stars of heaven. Isa. 13:10. 
When grouped together called con- 
stellations. 2 Kin. 23: 5. (marg.) 

Isa. 13:10. 
Exhibit the greatness of God's power. 

Psa. 8:3, with Isa. 40: 26. 
Made topraise God. Psa. 148 : 3. 
Imjiuro in the sight of God. Job 25: 5. 
Mentioned in Scripture; 

Morning star. Rev. 2: 28. 

Arcturus. Job 9 : 9. Job 38 : 32. 

Pleiades. Job 9: 9. Job 38: 31, 
Amos 5 : 8. 

Orion. Job 9: 9. Job 38: 31. Amos 
5:8. 

Mazzaroth. Job 38: 32. 
One of extraordinary brightness (a 

meteor) appeared at Christ's birth. 

Mat. 2:2, 9. 
Idolaters worshipped. Jer. 8:2. Jer. 

19:13. 
The Israelites forbidden to worship. 

Deu. 4:19. Deu. 17:2-4. 
Punishment for worshipping. Deu. 

17:5-7. 
False gods frequently worshipped 

under the representation of. Amos 

5:26. Acts 7: 43. 
Astrology and star-gazing practised 

by the Babylonians, &c. Isa. 47 : 1.3. 
Use of, in navigation alluded to. 

Acts 27 : 20. 
Illustrative 

Of Christ. Num. 24:17. 

Of angels. Joh38:7. 

Of ministers. Rev. 1 : 16, 20. Rev. 2:1. 

Of princes and subordinate govern- 
ors. Dan. 8: 10. Rev. 8:12. 

(Bright and morning star,) of 
Christ. Rev. 22:16. 

(Morning star,) of glory to be given 
to faithful saints. Rev. 2 : 28. 

(Shining of,) of the reward of faith- 
ful ministers. Dan. 12:3. 

(Withdrawing their light,) of se- 
vere judgments. Isa. 13:10. Eze. 
32:7. Joel 2: 10. Joel 3: 15. 

(Setting the nest amongst,) of pride 
and carnal security. Oba. 4 v. 



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(Wandering,) of false teachers. 
Jude 13 V. 

Steadfastness. 

Exhibited by God in all His pur- 
poses and ways. Num. 23: 19. Dan. 
6:26. Jas. 1:17. 
Commanded. Phi. 4:1. 2 The. 2: 

15. Jas. 1 : 6—8. 
Godliness necessary to. Job 11 : 13 

—15. 
Secueed by 
The power of God. Psa. 55 : 22. Psa. 

62 : 2. 1 Pet. 1 : 5. Jude 24. 
Tlie presence of God, Psa. 16: 8. 
Trust in God. Psa. 26:1. 
The intercession of Christ. Luke 
22:31, 32. 
A characteristic of saints. Job 17 : 

9. Jno. 8:31. 
Should be manifested 
In cleaving to God. Deu. 10: 20. 

Acts 11 : 23. 
In the work of the Lord. 1 Cor. 

15 : 58. 
In continuing in the Apostles' doc- 
trine and fellowship. Acts 2: 42. 
In holding fast our profession. 

Heb. 4:14. Heb. 10:23. 
In holding fast the confidence and 
rejoicing of the hope. Heb. 3: 6, 
14. 
In keeping the faith. Col. 2:5. 1 

Pet. 5:9. 
In standing fast in the faith. 1 Cor. 

16:13. 
In holding fast what is good. 1 

The. 5:21. 
In maintaining Christian liberty. 

Gal. 5 : 1. 
In striving for the faith of the 
gospel. Phi. 1 : 27. with Jude 3. 
Even under affliction. Psa. 44: 
17—19. Rom. 8: 35-37. 1 The. 3:3. 
Saints pray for. Psa. 17 : 5. 
Saints praise God for. Psa. 116:8. 
Ministers 
Exhorted to. 2 Tim. 1 : 13, 14. Tit. 

1:9. 
Should exhort to. Acts 13 : 43. Acts 

14: 22. 
Should pray for, in their people. 1 

The. 3:13. 2 The. 2: 17. 
Encouraged by, in their people. 1 

The. 3 : 8. 
Rejoiced by, in their people. Col. 
2:5. 
The wicked devoid of. Psa. 78: 8, 37. 
Principle of— Illustrated. Mat. 7 : 24, 

25. Jno. 15:4. Col. 2:7. 
Want of— Illustrated. Luke 8: 6, 
1^, Jno. 15:6. 2 Pet. 2: 17. Jude 12. 
Exemplified. Caleb, Num. 14: 24. 
Joshua, Jos. 24: 15. Josiah, 2 Kin. 
22: 2. Job, Job 2 : 3. David, Psa. 18: 
21, 22. Shadracli, &e. Dan. 3: 18. 
Daniel, Dan. 6: 10. Primitive Chris- 



tians. Acts 2: 42. Corinthians, 1 Cor. 
15: 1. Colossians, Col. 2: 5. Those 
who overcame Satan, Rev. 12: 11. 

Strangers in Israel. 

All foreigners sojourning in Israel 

were counted as. Exo. 12 : 49. 
Under the care and protection of 

God. Deu. 10:18. Psa. 146:9. 
Very numerous in Solomon's reign. 

2 Chr.2:17. 
Chiefly consisted of 
The remnant of the mixed multi- 
tude who came out of Egypt. 

Exo. 12 : 38. 
The remnant of the nations of the 

land. 1 Kin. 9: 20. 2 Chr. 8: 7. 
Captives taken in war. Deu. 21 : 10. 
Foreign servants. Lev. 25 : 44, 45. 
Persons who sought employment 

among the Jews. 1 Kin. 7:13. 1 

Kin. 9:27. 
Persons who came Into Israel for 

the sake of religious privileges. 

1 Kin. 8:41. 
Laws respecting; 
Not to practice idolatrous rites. 

Lev. 20: 2. 
Not to blaspheme God. Lev. 24:16. 
Not to eat blood. Lev. 17 : 10—12. 
Not to eat of the passover while 

uncircumcised. Exo. 12: 43, 44. 
Not to work on the Sabbath. Exo. 

20 : 10. Exo. 23 : 12. Deu. 5 : 14. 
Not to be vexed or oppressed. Exo. 

22 : 21. Exo. 23 : 9. Lev. 19 : 33. 
Not to be chosen as kings in Israel. 

Deu. 17: 15. 
To be loved. Lev. 19 : 34. Deu. 10: 

19. 
To be relieved in distress. Lev. 25: 

35. 
Subject to the civil law. Lev. 24: 

22. 
To have justice done to them in 

all disputes. Deu. 1: 16. Deu. 

24: 17. 
To enjoy the benefit of the cities of 

refuge. Num. 35 : 15. 
To have the gleaning of the har- 
vest. Lev. 19: 10. Lev. 23: 22. 

Deu. 24 : 19-22. 
To participate in the rejoicings of 

the people. Deu. 14:29. Deu. 16: 

11,14. Deu. 26:11. 
To have the law read to them. 

Deu. 31 : 12. Jos. 8 : 32-35. 
The; Jews might purchase and have 

them as slaves. Lev. 25: 44, 45. 
The Jews might take usury from. 

Don. 23:20. - 
Might purchase Hebrew servants 

subject to release. Lev. 25 : 47, 48. 
Might offer their burnt-offerings 

on the altar of God. Lev, 17: 8. 

Lev. 22:18. Num. 15:14. 



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Allowed to eat what died of itself. 
Deu. 14: 21. 
Motives urged on tbo Jews for being 

kind to. Exo. 22 : 21. Exo. 2.3 : 9. 
Admitted to worship in the outer 

court of the temple. 1 Kin. 8: 

41—43, with Rev. 11: 2. See Eph. 

2:14. 
Wore frequently employed in public 

works. IChr. 22:2. 2Chr. 2:18. 
The Jews condemned for oppressing. 

Psa. 94 : 6. Eze. 22 : 7, 29. 

Strife. 

Christ, an example of avoiding. Isa. 
42 : 2, with Mat. 12 : 1.5-19. Luke 9 : 
.'-,2-56. 1 Pet. 2 : 23. 
Forbidden. Pro. 3 : 30. Pro. 23 : 8. 
A work of the flesh. Gal. ."> : 20. 
An evidence of a carnal spirit. 1 Cor. 

3:3. 
Existed in primitive church. 1 Cor. 

1:11. 
Excited by 
Hatred. Pro. 10:12. 
Pride. Pro. 13:10. Pro. 28:25. 
Wrath. Pro. 15 : 18. Pro. 30 : 33. 
Frowardness. Pro. 16 : 28. 
A contentious disposition. Pro. 26: 

21. 
Tale-bearing. Pro. 26: 20. 
Drunkenness. Pro. 23 : 29, 30. 
Lusts. Jas. 4 : 1. 
Curious questions. 1 Tim. 6:4. 2 

Tim. 2: 23. 
Scorning. Pro. 22 : 10. 
Difficulty of stopping, a reason for 

avoiding it. Pro. 17 : 14. 
Shameful in saints. 2 Cor. 12:20. 

Jas. 3:14. 
Saints should 
Avoid. Gen. 13 : 8. Eph. 4 : 3. 
Avoid questions that lead to. 2 

Tim. 2: 14. 
Notwalkin. Rom. 13: 13. 
Not act from. Phi. 2:3. 
Do all things without. Phi. 2: 14. 
Submit to wrong rather than en- 
gage in. Pro. 20: 22. Mat. 5 : 39, 
40. 1 Cor. 6:7. 
Seek God's protection from. Psa. 

35:1. Jer. 18:19. 
Praise God for protection from. 2 
Sam. 22:44. Psa. 18:43. 
Saints kept from tongues of. Psa. 

31 : 20. 
Ministers should 
Avoid. 1 Tim. 3: 3. 2 Tim. 2:24. 
Avoid questions that lead to. 2 

Tim. 2:23. Tit. 3:9. 
Not preach through. Phi. 1 : 15, 16. 
Warn against. 1 Cor. 1:10. 2 Tim. 

2:14. 
Reprove. 1 Cor. 1 : 11, 12. 1 Cor. 3 : 
3. 1 Cor. 11:17, 18. 
Appeased by slowness to anger. Pro. 
15: 18. 



It is honorable to cease from. Pro, 
20: 3. 

Hypocrites make religion a pretence 
for. Isa. 58:4. 

Fouls engage in. Pro. 18:6. 

Evidences a love of transgression. 
Pro. 17 : 19. 

Leads to 
Blasphemy. Lev. 24: 10, 11. 
Injustice. Hab. 1 : 3, 4. 
Confusion and every evil work. 

Jas. 3 : 16. 
Violence. Exo. 21 : 18, 22. 
Mutual destruction. Gal. 5: 15. 

Temporal blessings embittered by. 
Pro. 17:1. 

Excludes from heaven. Gal. 5 : 20, 
21. 

Promoters of, should be expelled. 
Pro. 22:10. 

Punishment for. Psa. 55: 9. 

Strength and violence of — Illustrated. 
Pro. 17:14. Pro. 18:19. 

Danger of joining in — Illustrated. 
Pro. 26:17. 

Exemplified. Herdmen of Abrani and 
of Lot, Gen. 13 : 7. Herdmen of Gerar 
and of Isaac, Gen. 26 : 20. Laban and 
Jacob, Gen. 31 : 36. Two Hebrews, 
Exo. 2 : 13. Jsraelites, Deu. 1 : 12. 
Judah and Israel, 2 Sam. 19: 41 — 43. 
Disciples, Luke 22 : 24. Judaizimj 
Teachers, Acts 15 : 2. Paul and Bar- 
nabas, Acts 15 : 39. Pharisees and 
Sadducees, Acts 23 : 7. Corinthians, 1 
Cor. 1:11. 1 Cor. 6:6. 

Summer. 

Made by God. Psa. 74:17. 

Yearly return of, secured by cove- 
nant. Gen. 8:22. 

Characterized by 
Excessive heat. Jer. 17 : 8. 
Excessive drought. Psa. 32 : t. 

Approach of, indicated by shooting^ 
out of leaves on trees. Mat. 24 : 32. 

Many kinds of fruit were ripe and 
used during. 2 Sam. 16:1. Jer. 40: 
10. Jer. 48:32. 

The ancients had houses or apart- 
ments suited to. Jud. 3:20, 24. 
Amos 3: 15. 

The ant provided her winter food 
during. Pro. 6:8. Pro. 30: 25. 

The wise are diligent during. Pro. 
10:5. 

Illustrative of seasons of grace. Jer. 
8:20. 

Sun, The. 
Called the greater light. Gen. 1 :"16. 
God 
Created. Gen. 1 : 14, 16. Psa. 74 : 16. 
Placed, in the firmament. Gen. 1: 

17. 
Appointed to rule the day. Gen. 1 : 
16. Psa. 136:8. Jer. 31:35. 



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Appointed to divide seasons, &c. 

Gen. 1 : 11. 
Exercises sovereign power over. 

Job 9: 7. 
Causes, to rise both on evil and 

good. Mat. 5 : 45. 
Causes, to know its time of setting. 

Psa. 104 : 19. 
Made to praise and glorify God. Psa. 

148:3. 
Tlie power and brilliancy of its ris- 
ing alluded to. Jud. 5:31. 2 Sam. 
23:4. 
Clearness of its light alluded to. So. 

of Sol. 6:10. 
Compared to a bridegroom coming 
fortli from his chamber. Psa. 19 : 5. 
Compared to a strong man rejoicing 

to run a race. Psa. 19 : 5. 
Diffuses light and heat to all the 

earth. Psa. 19 : 6. 
The rays of, 
Pleasant to man. Job 30: 28, with 

Ecc. 11:7. 
Pioduce and ripen fruits. Deu. 33: 

14. 
Soften and melt some substances. 

Exo. 16:21. 
Wither and burn up the herbs of 

the field. Mar. 4:6. Jas. 1:11. 
Change the color of the skin. So. of 

Sol. 1 : 6. 
Frequently destructive to human 

life. 2 Kin. 4: 18-20. Psa. 121:6. 

Isa. 49:10. 
Indicates the hours of the day by 
the shadow on the dial. 2 Kin. 20 : 9. 
The Jews 
Commenced their day with the ris- 
ing of. Gen. 19 : 23, 24, with 27, 

28 vs. Jud. 9:33. 
Commenced their evening with the 

setting of. Gen. 28:11. Deu. 24: 

13. Mar. 1:32. 
Expressed the east by rising of. 

Num. 21:11. Deu. 4:41, 47. Jos. 

12:1. 
Expressed the west by setting of. 

Jas. 1 : 4. 
Expressed the whole earth by, from 

rising of, to setting of. Psa. 50: 1. 

Psa. 113:3. Isa. 45: 6. 
Forbidden to worship. Deu. 4 : 19. 

Deu. 17:3. 
Made images of. 2 Chr. 14 : 5. (murg.) 

2Chr. 34:4. {man/.) 
Consecrated chariots and horses, 

as symbols of. 2 Kin. 23 : 11. 
Worshipped. 2 Kin. 23 : 5. Jer. 8 : 2. 
Worshippers of, turned their faces 

towards the east. Ezc. 8: 16. 
Miracles connected with; 
Standing still for a whole day in 

the valley of Ajalon. Jos. 10: 12, 

13. 
Shadow put back on the dial. 2 

Kin. 20:11. 



Darkened at the crucifixion. Luke 

23 : 44, 45. 
Illustrative 
Of God's favor. Psa. 84 : 11. 
Of Christ's coming. Mai. 4: 2. 
Of the glory of Christ. Mat. 17 : 2. 

Eev. 1:16. Eev. 10:1. 
Of supreme rulers. Gen. 37:9. Isa. 

13 : 10. 
(Its clearness,) of the purity of the 

church. So. of Sol. 0: 10. 
(Its brightness,) of the future glory 

of saints. Dan. 12:3, with Mat. 

13 : 43. 
(Its power,) of the triumph of 

saints. Jud. 5: 31. 
(Darkened,) of severe calamities. 

Eze. 32: 7. Joel 2:10, 31, with 

Mat. 24 : 29. Rev. 9 : 2. 
(Going down at noon.) of prema- 
ture destruction. Jer. 15 : 9. Amos 

8:9. 
(No more going down,) of perpet- 
ual blessedness. Isa. 60: 20. 
(Before or in sight of,) of public 

ignominy. 2 Sam. 12: 11, 12. Jer. 

8:2. 

Swearing Falsely. 
Forbidden. Lev. 19: 12. Num. 30: 2. 

Mat. 5:33. 
Hateful to God. Zee. 8 : 17. 
We should not love. Zee. 8 : 17. 
Fraud often leads to. Lev. 6: 2, 3. 
Saints abstain from. Jos. 9: 20. Psa. 

15:4. 
Blessedness of abstaining from. Psa. 

24:4,5. 
The wicked 

Addicted to. Jer. 5 : 2. Hos. 10: 4. 

Plead excuses for. Jer. 7 : 9, 10. 

Shall be judged on account of. Mai. 
3:5. 

Shall be cut o£E for. Zee. 5 : 3. 

Shall have a curse upon their 
houses for. Zee. 5 : 4. 
False witnesses guilty of. Deu. 19: 

16, 18. 
Exemplified. Saul, 1 Sam. 19: 6, 10. 

Sftimff, 1 Kin. 2: 41— 43. Jews, Eze. 

16: 59. ZcdcUah. Eze. 17: 13—19. 

Peter, Mat. 26 : 72, 74. 

Sw^earing, Profane. 

Of all kinds is desecration of God's 

name and is forbidden. Exo. 20: 7. 

Mat. 5 : 34—36. Mat. 23 : 21, 22. Jas. 

5:12. 
The wicked 

Addicted to. Psa. 10: 7. Rom. 3: 14. 

Love. Psa. 109:17. 

Clothe themselves with. Psa. 109: 
18. 
Guilt of. Exo. 20:7. Deu. 5:11, 
Woe denounced against. Mat, 23: 16. 
Nations visited for. Jer. 23: 10. Hos. 

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Puiiisbmeul for. Lev. 24 : 16, 23. Psa. 
59:12. Psa. 109:17, 18. 

Exemplified. Son of Israelitish wom- 
an, Lev. 24 : 11. Gehazi, 2 Kin. 5 : 20. 
Peter, Mat. 26: 74. 

Swine. 

When wild inhabited the woods. Psa. 

80:13. 
Unclean and not to be eaten. Lev. 

11 : 7, 8. 
Described as 

Fierce and ungenerous. Mat. 7 : 6. 

Filthy ill its habits. 2 Pet. 2: 22. 

Destructive to agriculture. Psa. 
80:13. 
Fed upon husks. Luke 15 : 16. 
Sacrificing of, an abomination. Isa. 

66:3. 
Kept in large herds. Mat. 8 : 30. 
Herding of, considered as the great- 
est degradation to a Jew. Luke 

15:15. 
The Gergesenes punished for having. 

Mat. 8:31,32. Mar. 5:11,14. 
The ungodly Jews condemned for 

eating. Isa. 65 : 4. Isa. 66 : 17. 
Illustrative OF 

The wicked. Mat. 7:6. 

Hypocrites. 2 Pet. 2:22. 

Sword, The. 

Probable origin of. Gen. 3:24. 
Was pointed. Eze. 21 : 15. 
Frequently had two edges. Psa. 

149 : 6. 
Described as 

Sharp. Psa. 57:4. 

Bright. Nah. 3:3. 

Glittering. Deu.32:41. Job 20: 25. 

Oppressive. Jer. 46:16. 

Hurtful. Psa. 144:10. 
Carried in a sheath or scabbard. 1 

Chr. 21 : 27. Jer. 47 : 6. Eze. 21 : 3—5. 
Suspended from the girdle. 1 Sam. 

17:39. 2 Sam. 20:8. Neh. 4:18. 

Psa. 45:3. 
Was USED 

By the patriarchs. Gen. 34 : 25. 
Gen. 48: 22. 

By the Jews. Jud, 20:2. 2 Sam. 
24:9. 

By heathen nations. Jud. 7 : 22. 1 
Sam. 15: 33. 

For self-defence. Luke 22 : 36. 

For destruction of enemies. Num. 
21:24. Jos. 6:21. 

For punishing criminals. 1 Sam. 

^ 15:33. Acts 12: 2. 

Sometimes for self-destruction. 1 
Sam. 31:4, 5. Acts 16: 27. 
Hebrews early acquainted with mak- 
ing of. 1 Sam. 13:19. 
In time of war plowshares made 

into. Joel 3 : 10. 
In time of peace made into plow- 
shares. Isa. 2:4. Mic.4:3. 



Sharpened and furbished before go- 
ing to war. Psa. 7 : 12. Eze. 21 : 9. 
Wms brandished over the head. Eze. 

32: 10. 
Was thrust through enemies. Eze. 

16:40. 
Often threatened as a punishment. 

Lev. 26 : 25, 33. Deu. 32 : 25. 
Often sent as a punishment. Ezr. 9: 

7. Psa. 78:62. 
Was one of God's four sore judg- 
ments. Eze. 14: 21. 
Those slain by, communicated cere- 
monial uncleanness. Num. 19:16. 
Illustrative 
Of the word of God. Eph. 6:17, 

withHeb. 4: 12. 
Of the word of Christ. Isa. 49 ; 2, 

with Rev. 1 : 16. 
Of the justice of God. Deu. 32 : 41. 

Zee. 13:7. 
Of the protection of God. Deu. 33: 

29. 
Of war and contention. Mat. 10:34. 
Of severe and heavy calamities. 

Eze. 5 : 2, 17. Eze. 14 : 17. Eze. 

21:9. 
Of deep mental affliction. Luke 2 : 

35. 
Of the wicked. Psa. 17 : 13. 
Of the tongue of the wicked. Psa. 

.57:4. Psa. 64:3. Pro. 12:18. 
Of persecuting spirit of the wicked. 

Psa. 37:14. 
Of the end of the wicked. Pro. 5 : 4, 
Of false witnesses. Pro. 25:18. 
Of judicial authority. Eom. 13: 4. 
(Drawing of,) of war and destruc- 
tion. Lev. 26: 33. Eze. 21 : 3-5. 
(Putting, into its sheath,) of peace 

and friendshii?. Jer. 47 : 6. 
(Living by,) of raiiiue. Gen. 27 : 40. 
(Not departing from one's house,) 

of perpetual calamity. 2 Sam. 

12:10. 



Synagogues. 



Places in which the Jews assembled 

for worship. Acts 13: 5, 14. 
Early notice of their existence. Psa, 

74:8. 
Probably originated in the schools of 

the prophets. 1 Sara. 19:18-24. 

2 Kin. 4:23. 
Revival of, after the captivity. Neh. 

8:1-8. 
Service OF, consisted of 

Prayer. Mat. 6:5. 

Reading the word of God. Neh. 8: 
18. Neh. 9:3. Neh. 13:1. Acts 
15 : 21. 

Expounding the word of God. Neh. 
8:8. Luke 4: 21. 

Praise and thanksgiving. Neh. 
9:5. 
Service in, on the Sabbath day. >Luke 

4:16. Acts 13: 14. 



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Governed by 

A president or chief ruler. Acts 18: 
8,17. 

Ordinary rulers. Mar. 5 : 22. Acts 
13:15. 
Provided with a cliazan or minister, 

who had charge of the sacred 

books. Luke 4: 17,20. 
Had seats for the congregation. Acts 

13:14. 
Chief seats in, reserved for elders. 

Mat. 23:6. 
The portion of Scripture for the day 

sometimes read by one of the con- 
gregation. Luke 4 : 16. 
Strangers were invited to address the 

congregation in. Acts 13: 15. 
Christ often 

Attended. Luke 4 : 16. 

Preached and taught in. Mat. 4: 
as. Mar. 1 : 39. Luke 13 : 10. 

Performed miracles in. Mat. 12: 9, 
10. Mar. 1:2.3. Luke 13: 11. 
The Apostles frequently taught and 

preached in. Acts 9:20. Acts 13: 

5. Acts 17:1,17. 
Often used as courts of justice. Acts 

9:2. Jas. 2:2. (m«r(7.) 
Offenders were often 

Given up to, for trial. Luke 12: 11. 
Luke 21 : 12. 

Punished in. Mat. 10: 17. Mat. 23: 
34. Acts 22 : 19. 

Expelled from. Jno. 9: 22, 34. Jno. 
12:42. Jno. 16:2. 
The building of, considered a noble 

and meritorious work. Luke 7 : 5. 
Sometimes several, in the same city. 

Acts 6: 9. Acts 9: 2. 
Each sect had its own. Acts 6: 9. 

Syria. 

Originally included Mesopotamia. 
Gen. 25 : 20. Gen. 28 : 5. Deu. 26 : 5, 
with Acts 7: 2. 
More properly the country around 

Damascus. 2 Sam. 8: 6. 
Damascus the capital of. Isa. 7 : 8. 
Abana and Pharpar rivers of. 2 Kin. 

5:12. 
Governed by kings. 1 Kin. 22:31. 2 

Kin. 5:1. 
Inhabitants of. 
Called Syrians. 2 Sam. 10: 11. 2 

Kin. 5: 20. 
Called Syrians of Damascus. 2 

Sam. 8:5. 
An idolatrous people. Jud. 10: 6. 

2 Kin. 5: 18. 
A warlike people. 1 Kin. 20 : 23, 

25. 
A commercial people. Eze. 27: 18. 
Spoke the Syriac language. 2 Kin. 
18:26. Ezr. 4:7. Dan. 2:4. 
Israel followed the idolatry of. Jud. 
10:6. 



David 
Destroyed the army of, which as- 
sisted Hadadezer. 2 Sam. 8: 5. 
Garrisoned and made tributary. 2 

Sam. 8: 6. 
Dedicated the spoils of. 2 Sam. 

8:11, 12. 
Obtained renown lay his victory- 
over. 2 Sam. 8: 13. 
Sent Joab against the armies of, 
hired by the Ammonites. 2 Sam. 
10:6-14. 
Destroyed a second army of. 2 Sam. 
10:15-19. 
Asa sought aid of, against Israel. 1 

Kin. 15:18-20. 
Elijah anointed Hazael king over, by 

divine direction. 1 Kin. 19: 15. 
Benhadad king of, besieged Samaria. 

1 Kin. 20:1-12. 
The Israelites 

Under Ahab encouraged and assist- 
ed by God, overcame. 1 Kin. 20: 
13-20. 

Forewarned of invasion by, at the 
return of the year. 1 Kin. 20: 
22—25. 

In"significant before. 1 Kin. 20 : 26, 27. 

Encouraged and assisted by God 
overcame, a second time. 1 Kin. 
20 : 28—30. 

Craftily drawn into a league with. 

1 Kin. 20: 31-43. 

At peace with, for three years. 1 

Kin. 22:1. 
Under Ahab sought to recover Ra- 

moth-gilead from. 1 Kin. 22: 3- 29. 
Defeated by, and Ahab slain. 1 Kin, 

22: 30 -.36. 
Harassed by frequent incursions 

of. 2 Kin. 5:2. 2 Kin. 6: 23. 
Heard the secrets of, from Elisha. 

2 Kin. 6: 8-12. 

God smote with blindness those sent 

against Ehsha by the king of. 2 

Kin. 6:14, 18-20, 
Besieged Samaria again. 2 Kin. 6: 

24—29. 
Army of, miraculously routed. 2 Kin. 

7 : 5, 6. 
Death of the king of, and the cruelty 

of his successor foretold by Elisha, 

2 Kin. 8: 7, 15. 

Jorain king of Israel in seeking to 
recover Ramoth-gilead from, se- 
verely wounded. 2 Kin. 8:28, 29. 2 
Kin. 9: 15. 

Israel delivered into the hands of, 
for the sins of Jehoahaz. 2 Kin, 13: 
3, 7, 22. 

A savior raised up for Israel against, 
2Kin. 13:5, 23-25. 

Elisha predicted to Joash his three 
victories over. 2 Kiu. 13: 14 — 19. 

Joined with Israel against Ahaz and 
besieged Jerusalem. 2 Kin. 16: 5, 
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Retook Elath and drove out the 

Jews. 2Kiu. 16:6. 
Subdued and its inhabitants taken 

captive by Assyria. 2 Kin. 16:9. 
Prophecies respecting ; 
Destruction of Rezin king of. Isa. 

7 : 8, 16. 
Ceasing to be a kingdom. Isa. 17: 

1—3. 
Terror and dismay in, occasioned 

by its invasion. Jer. 49: 23, 24. 
Destruction of its inhabitants. Jer. 

49 : 26. 
Spoliation of Damascus. Isa. 8:4. 
Burning of Damascus. Jer. 49: 27. 

Amos 1 : 4. 
Its calamities, the punishments of 

its sins. Amos 1 : 3. 
Its inhabitants to be captives. 

Amos 1 : 5. 
Its history in connection with the 

Macedonian empire. Dan. 11 : 

6, &c. 
Subdued and governed by the Ro- 
mans. Luke 2 : 2. 
Gospel preached and many churches 
founded in. Acts 15 : 23, 41. 

Tabernacle, The. 

Moses was commanded to make, 
after a divine pattern. Exo. 25:9. 
Exo. 26 : 30. Heb. 8 : 5. 
Made of the free-will offerings of the 
people. Exo. 25: 1—8. Exo. 35:4, 
5, 21-29. 
Divine wisdom given to Bezaleel, &c. 
to make. Exo. 31: 2-7. Exo. 35: 
30-35. Exo. 36:1. 
Called THE 
Tabernacle of the Lord. Jos. 22 : 19. 

1 Kin. 2:28. iChr. 16:39. 

Tabernacle of testimony or witness. 

Exo. 38: 21. Num. 1 : .50. Num. 

17:7,8. 2Chr. 24: 6. Acts 7: 44. 

Tabernacle of the congregation. 

Exo. 27 : 21. Exo. .33: 7. Exo. 40: 26. 

Tabernacle of Shiloh. Psa. 78:60. 

Tabernacle of Joseph. Psa. 78: 67. 

Temple of the Lord. 1 Sam. 1:9. 

1 Sam. 3: 3. 
House of the Lord. Jos. 6:24. 1 
Sam. 1 : 7, 24. 
Was a moveable tent suited to the 
unsettled condition of Israel. 2 
Sam. 7:6, 7. 
Designed for manifestation of God's 
presence and for His worship. Exo. 
25:8. Exo. 29:42, 43. 
The boards of. 
Made of shittim wood. Exo. 26: 15. 

Exo. 36: 20. 
Ten cubits high by one and a half 
broad. Exo. 26:16. Exo. 36:21. 
Had each two tenonj fitted into 
sockets of silver. Exo. 26: 17, 19. 
Exo. 86: 22—24. 



L 



Twenty on south side. Exo. 26:18. 

^xo. 36 : 23. 
Twenty on north side. Exo. 26: 20. 

Exo. 36 : 25. 
Six, and two corner boards for 

west side. Exo. 26 : 22-25. Exo. 

36 : 27-.30. 
Supported by bars of shittim wood 
resting in rings of gold. Exo. 26: 

26-29. Exo. 36: 31-33. 
With the bars, covered with gold. 

Exo. 26:29. Exo. 36:34. 
The door of, a curtain of bhie and 
purple suspended by gold rings 
from five pillars of shittim wood, 
&c. Exo. 26:36, 37. Exo. 36:37,38. 
Coverings of. 
The first or inner, ten curtains of 

blue, purple, &c. Joined with 

loops and golden taches. Exo, 

26:1-6. Exo. 36:8-13. 
The second, eleven curtains of 

goats' hair, <fec. Exo. 26: 7—13. 

Exo. 36: 14-18. 
The third of rams' skins dyed red. 

Exo. 26:14. Exo. 36:19. 
The fourth or outward of badgers' 

skins. Exo. 26: 14. Exo. 36:19. 
Divided by a vail of blue, purple, <fec. 
suspended from four pillars of 
shittim wood by gold hooks. Exo. 
26 : 31—33. Exo. .36 : 35, 36. Exo. 40 : 
21. 
Divided into 
The holy place. Exo. 26:33. Heb. 

9:2-6. 
The most holy place. Exo. 26:34. 

Heb. 9:3, 7. 
Had a court round about. Exo. 40:8. 
The table of show-bread, the golden 
candlestick, and the altar of in- 
cense were placed in the holy place. 
Exo. 26: 35. Exo. 40: 22, 24, 26. Heb. 
9:2. 
The ark and mercy-seat put in the 
most holy place. Exo. 26: 33, 34. 
Exo. 40:20, 21. Heb. 9:4. 
Court of. 
One hundred cubits long and fifty 

cubits wide. Exo. 27": 18. 
Surrounded by curtains of fine 

linen suspended from pillars in 

sockets of brass. Exo. 27 : 9—15. 

Exo. .38 : 9 -16. 
The gate of, a hanging of blue, pur- 
ple, &c. twenty cubits wide, sus- 
pended from four pillars, &c. 

Exo. 27:16. Exo. ,38: 18. 
Contained the brazen altar and 

laver of brass. Exo. !0 : 29, .30. 
All the pillars of, fiUetted with 

silver, &c. Exo. 27: 17. Exo. 38: 17. 
All the vessels of, made of brass. 

Exo. 27 : 19. 
First reared, on the first day of the 
second year after the exodus. Exo. 
40:2,17. 



TAB. 



2t;4 



TEM. 



Was set dp 
By Moses at Mount Sinai. Exo. 

40: 18, 19, -with Num. 10: 11, 12. 
AtGilgal. Jos. 5:10, 11. 
InShilob. Jos. 18: 1. Jos. 19:51. 
In Nob. 1 Sam. 21: 1—6. 
Finally at Gibeon. 1 Chr. 16: 39. 
1 Chr. 21 : 29. 
Anointed and consecrated with oil. 
Exo. 40:9. Lev. 8: 10. Num. 7:1. 
Sprinkled and purified with blood. 

Heb. 9:21. 
Sanctified by the glory of the Lord. 
Exo. 29: 4.3. Exo. 40:34. Num. 9: 15. 
The Lord appeared in, over the 
mercy-seat. Exo. 25: 22. Lev. 16: 2. 
Num. 7:89. 
The cloud of glory rested on, by night 
and day during its abode in the 
wilderness. Exo. 40: 38. Num. 9: 15, 
16. 
The journeys of Israel regulated by 

the cloud on. Exo. 40: 36, 37. 
The priests 
Alone could enter. Num. 18:3, 5. 
Performed all services in. Num. 

3 : 10. Num. 18 : 1, 2. Heb. 9 : 6. 
Were the ministers of. Heb. 8:2. 
The Levites 
Appointed over, and had charge of. 
Num. 1:. 50. Num. 8: 24. Num. 18: 
2-4. 
Did the inferior service of. Num.3: 

6-8. 
Took down, and put up. Num. 1 : 51. 
Carried. Num. 4: 15, 25, 31. 
Pitched their tents around. Num. 
1:53. Num. 3:23,29,35. - 
Free-will offerings made at the first 

rearing of. Num. 7 : 1—9. 
Free-will offerings made at the dedi- 
cation of the altar of. Num. 7:10 
-87. 
All offerings to be made at. Lev. 17 : 

4. Deu. 12:5, 6, 11. 13, 14. 
Punishment for defiling. Lev. 15: 31. 

Num.19: 1.3. 
A permanent house substituted for, 
when the kingdom was established. 
2 Sam. 7 : 5—13. 
Illustrative 
Of Christ. Isa. 4: 6. Jno. 1:14. 

(Greek.) Heb. 9 : 8, 9, 11. 
Of the church. Psa. 15: 1. Isa. 16: 
5. Isa. 54:2. Heb. 8:2. Kev. 21: 
2,3. 
Of the body. 2 Cor. 5:1. 2 Pet. 1 : 

13. 
(The holy of holies,) of heaven. 
Heb. 6 : 19, 20. Heb. 9 : 12, 24. Heb. 
10:19. 
(The vail,) of Christ's body. Heb. 

10 : 20. 
(The vail,) of the obscurity of the 
Mosaic dispensation. Heb. 9:8, 
10, with Eom. 16 : 25, 26. Rev. 11 : 
19. 



Temple, The First. 

Built on Mount Moriah on the thresh- 
iiig-Hoor of Oman or Araunah. 1 
Chr. 21 : 28-30, with 1 Chr. 22 : 1. 2 
Chr. 3:1. 
David 
Anxious to build. 2 Sam. 7:2, 1 

Chr. 22:7. 1 Chi-. 29: 3. Psa. 132: 

2-5. 
Being a man of war not permitted 

to build. 2 Sara. 7:5-9, with 1 

Kin. 5:3. 1 Chr. 22:8. 
Told by the prophet that Solomon 

should build. 2 Sam. 7 : 12, 13. 1 

Chr. 17:12. 
Made preparations for building. 1 

Chr. 22:2—5,14-16, 1 Chr. 29:2 

— 5. 
Charged Solomon to build. 1 Chr. 

22:6,7,11. 
Prayed that Solomon might have 

wisdom to build. 1 Chr. 29: 19. 
Charged his princes to assist in 

building. 1 Chr. 22: 17-19. 
Free-will offerings of the people for 

building. IChr. 29:6— 9. 
Solomon 
Determined to build. 2 Chr. 2:1. 
Specially instructed for. 2 Chr. 

3:. 3. 
Employed all the strangers in pre- 
paring for. 2 Chr. 2 : 2, 17, 18, with 

1 Kin. 5: 15. 

Applied to Hiram for a skilful 
workman to superintend, &c. the 
building of. 2Chr. 2:7, 13, 14. 

Employed thirty tliousand Israel- 
ites in the work. 1 Kin. 5: 13, 14. 

Contracted with Hiram for wood, 
stone, and labor. 1 Kin. 5: 6—12. 

2 Chr. 2:8-10. 

Commenced second day of second 
month of fourth year of Solo- 
mon. lKin.0:l,37. 2Chr. 3:2 

Built without the noise of ham 
mers, ax, or any tool. 1 Kin. 6: 7 
Divided into 

The sanctuary or greater house. 2 
Chr. 3:5. 

The oracle or most holy place. 1 
Kin. 6:19. 

The porch. 2 Chr. 3:4. 
Surrounded with three stories of 

chambers communicating with the 

interior on the right side. 1 Kin. 6: 

5, 6, 8, 10. 
Surrounded with spacious courts. 1 

Kin. 6: 36. 2 Chr. 4:9. 
Was three score cubits long, twenty 

broad, and thirty high. 1 Kin. 6: 

2. 2 Chr. 3:3. 
Was lighted by narrow windows. 1 

Kin. 6:4. 
Was roofed with cedar. 1 Kin. 6:9. 
The greater or outer house 

Was forty cubits long. 2 Kin. 6; 17. 



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flad folding doors of^.fir wood 

carved and gilded. 1 Kin. 6:34,35. 

flad door posts of olive-wood 

carved and gilded. 1 Kin. 6:33. 

2 Chr. 3 : 7. 

The oracle ok most holy place 

Was twenty cubits every way. 1 

Kin. 6: 16, 20. 
Two clierubims of gilded olive- 
wood made within. 1 Kin. 6: 23— 
28. 2 Chr. 3:11-13. 
A partition of chains of gold be- 
tween it and outer house. 1 Kin. 
6:21. 
The doors and posts of, of olive- 
wood carved and gilded. 1 Kin. 
6:31,32. 
Separated from the outer house by 
avail. 2 Chr. 3:14. ' 
The floor and walls of, covered with 

cedar and fir wood. 1 Kin. 6: 15. 
Cedar of, carved with flowers, &c. 1 

Kin. 6:18. 
Ceiled with fir wood and gilt. 2 Chr. 

a : 5. 
The whole inside and outside covered 
with gold. 1 Kin. 6:21, 22. 2 Chr. 
.•5:7. 
Garnished with precious stones. 2 

Chr. 3 : 6. 
The poech of. 
Twenty cubits long and ten broad. 

1 Kin. 6: 3. 
One hundred and twenty cubits 

high. 2 Chr. 3:4. 
Pillars of, with their chapiters de- 
scribed. 1 Kin. 7: 15— 22. 2 Chr. 
3:15—17. 
Its magnificence. 2 Chr. 2 : 5, 9. 
Was seven years in building. 1 Kin. 

6:38. 
Was finished in the eighth month of 
the eleventh year of Solomon. 1 
Kin. 6:38. 
Was called 
The house of the Lord. 2 Chr. 23: 

5, 12. 
The mountain of the Lord's house. 

Isa. 2:2. 
House of the God of Jacob. Isa. 2 : 3. 
Zion. Psa. 84 : 1—7. 
Mount Zion. Psa. 74 : 2. 
Appointed as a house of sacrifice. 2 

Chr. 7:12. 
Appointed as a house of prayer. Isa. 

.56:7, with Mat. 21:13. 
God promised to dwell in. 1 Kin.'6: 

12, 13. 
All dedicated things placed in. 2 

Chr. 5:1. 
The ark of God brought into with 
great solemnity. 1 Kin. 8: 1 — 9. 2 
Chr. 5:2-10. 
Filled with the cloud of glory. 1 Kin. 

8 : 10, 11. 2 Chr. 5:13. 2 Chr. 7 : 2. 
Solemnly dedicated to God by Solo- 
mon. 1 Kin. 8: 12-66. 2 Chr. 6 ch. 



Sacred fire sent down from heaven at 

its dedication. 2 Chr. 7 : 3. 
Was but a temple built with hands. 

Acts 7: 47, 48. 
Complete destruction of, predicted. 

Jer. 26: 18, with Mic. 3:12. 
Historical notices of; 

Pillaged by Shishak king of Egypt. 

1 Kin. 14 : 25, 26. 2 Chr. 12 : 9. 
Repaired by .Jehoash at the insti- 
gation of Jehoiada. 2 Kin. 12: 4 
-14. 2 Chr. 24 : 4-13. 

Treasures of given by Jehoash to 
propitiate the Syrians. 2 Kin. 12: 
17, 18. 

Defiled and its treasures given by 
Ahaz to the king of Assyria. 2 
Kin. 16: 14, 18. 2 Chr. 28: 20, 21. 

Purified and divine worship re- 
stored under Hezekiah. 2 Chr. 29: 
3-.35. 

Its treasures, &c. given by Heze- 
kiah to the Assyrians, to procure 
a treaty. 2 Kin. 18 : 13—16. 

Polluted by the idolatrous worship 
of Manasseh. 2 Kin. 21: 4—7. 2 
Chr. 33 : 4, 5, 7. 

Repaired by Josiah in the eight- 
eenth year of his reign. 2 Kin. 
22:3-7. 2 Chr. 34:8-13. 

Purified by Josiah. 2 Kin. 23 : 4—7, 
11, 12. 

Pillaged and burned by the Babylo- 
nians. 2 Kin. 25 : 9, 13-17. 2 Chr. 
36: 18,19. 
Illustrative of 

Christ. Jno. 2:19, 21. 

The spiritual church. 1 Cor. 3: 16. 

2 Cor. 6 : 16. Eph. 2 : 20 -22. 
The bodies of saints. 1 Cor. 6:19. 

Temple, The Second. 

Built on the site of the first temple. 

Ezr. 2:6, &c. 
Cyeds 
His decree for building, predicted. 

Isa. 44 : 28. 
Gave a decree for building, in the 

first year of his reign. Ezr. 1:1,2. 

Ezr. 6 : 3. 
Gave permission to the Jews to go 

to Jerusalem to build. Ezr. 1 : 3. 
Furnished means for building. Ezr. 

6:4. 
Ordered those who remained in 

Babylon to contribute to the 

building of. Ezr. 1 : 4. 
Gave the vessels of the first temple 

for. Ezr. 1:7-11. Ezr. 6:5. 
Divine worship commenced before 
the foundation was laid. Ezr. 3: 1 
-6. 
Materials for building, procured 

from Tyre and Sidon. Ezr. 3 : 7. 
Foundation of, laid the second month 
of second year after the captivity. 
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Solemnities connected with laying 

the foundation of. Ezr. 3: 9—11. 
Its dimensions. Ezr. 6:3, 4, 
Grief of those who had seen the first 

temple. Ezr. 3 : 12. Hag. 2 : 3. 
Joy of those who had not seen the 

first temple. Ezr. 3: 13. 
The Samaritans, &c. 

Proposed to assist in building. 
Ezr. 4:1,2. 

Their help refused by the Jews. 
Ezr. 4:3. 

Weakened the hands of the Jews in 
building. Ezr. 4 : 4, 5. 

W. ote to Art axerses femerdis to in- 
terrupt tlie building. Ezr. 4 : 6—16. 

Procured its interruption for fif- 
teen years. Ezr. 4 : 24. 
The Jews reproved for not building. 

Hag. 1 : 1—5. 
The Jews punished for not persever- 
ing in building. Hag. 1: 6, 9—11. 

Hag. 2 : 1.5, IT. Zee. 8 : 10. 
The Jews encouraged to proceed in 

building. Hag. 1: 8. Hag. 2: 19. 

Zee. 8:9. 
Resumed by Zerubbabel and Jeshua. 

Ezr. 5:2. 
Its completion by Zerubbabel fore- 
told, to encourage the Jews. Zee. 

4:4-10. 
Future glory of, predicted. Hag. 2: 

7-9., 
Tatnai the governor wrote to Darius 

to know if the building" had his 

sanction. Ezr. 5 : 3 — 17. 
The decree of Cyrus found and con- 
firmed by Darius. Ezr. 6:1, 2, 6— 

12. 
Finished the third of the twelfth 

month in the sixth year of Darius. 

Ezr. 6:15. 
Dedication of, celebrated with joy 

and thankfulness. Ezr. 6:16—18. 
Eepaired and beautified by Herod, 

which occupied forty-six years. 

Jno. 2 : 20. 
The magnificence of its building and 

ornaments. Jno. 2:20. Mar. 13:1. 

Luke 21 : 5. 
Beautiful gate of, mentioned. Acts 

3:2. 
Solomon's porch connected with. 

Jno. 10:23. Acts 3: 11. 
Christ 

To appear in. Hag. 2: 7, with Mai. 
3:1. 

Presented in. Luke 2 : 22, 27. 

Miraculously transported to a pin- 
nacle of. Mat. 4 : 5. Luke 4 : 9. 

Frequently taught in. Mar. 14:49. 

Purified, at the commencement of 
His ministry. Jno. 2: 15 — 17. 

Purified, at the close of His minis- 
try. Mat. 21: 12, 13. 

Predicted its destruction. Mat. 24 : 
2. Mar. 13:2. Luke 21: 6. 



The vail of, rent at our Lord's death, 

Mat. 27 : 51. 
Separation between the outer or Gen- 
tile court and that of the Jews, 
alluded to. Eph.2:13, 14. 
No Gentile allowed to enter the inner 

courts of. Acts 21 : 27—30. 
The Jews 
Prayed without, while the priest 
offered incense within. Lukel: 
10. See Luke 18 : 10. 
Considered it blasphemy to speak 
against. Mat. 26 : 61. Acts 6 : 13. 
Acts 21 : 28. 
Desecrated by selling oxen, &c. in. 
Jno. 2: 14. 
Desecration of, foretold. Dan, 9:27. 

Dan. 11:31. 
Cleansed and re-dedicated by Judas 
Maccabseus after its desecration by 
Antiochus Epiplianes. Jno. 10: 22. 
Desecrated by the Romans. Dan. 9: 
27, with Mat. 24: 15. 

Temptation. 

God cannot be the subject of. Jas. 

1:13. 
Does not come from God. Jas. 1 : 13. 
Comes from 

Lusts. Jas. 1: 14. 

Covetousness. Pro. 28:20. 1 Tim. 
6:9,10. 
The devil is the author of. 1 Chr. 21 : 

1. Mat. 4:1. Jno. 13:2. 1 The. 

3:5. 
Evil associates, the instruments of. 

Pro. 1 : 10. Pro. 7 : 6. Pro. 16 : 29. 
Often arises through 

Poverty. Pro. 30: 9. Mat. 4 : 2, 3. 

Prosperity. Pro. 30:9. Mat. 4: 8. 

Worldly glory. Num. 22:17. Dan. 
4:30. Dan. 5: 2. Mat. 4:8. 
To distrust of God's providence. Mat. 

4:3. 
To presumption. Mat. 4 : 6. 
To worshipping the god of this 

world. Mat. 4:9. 
Often strengthened by the perversion 

of God's word. Mat, 4 : 6. 
Permitted as a trial of 

Faith. 1 Pet. 1 : 7. Jas, 1 : 2, 3. 

Disinterestedness. Job 1 : 9—12. 
Always comformable to the nature of 

man. 1 Cor. 10:13. 
Often ends in sin and perdition. 1 

Tim. 6: 9. Jas. 1:15. 
Christ 

Endured, from the devil. Mar. 1 : 
13. 

Endured, from the wicked. Mat. 
16 : 1. Mat. 22 : 18. Luke 10 : 25. 

Resisted by the word of God. Mat. 
4:4,7, 10. 

Overcame. Mat. 4:11. 

Sympathizes with those under, 
Heb. 4 : 15. 



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Is able to succor those under. Heb. 

2:18. 
Intercedes for His people under. 

Luke 22: 31, 32. Jno. 17:15. 
God will not suffer saints to be ex- 

Eosed to, beyond their powers to 
ear. 1 Cor. 10: 13. 
God will make a way for saints to 

escape out of. 1 Cor. 10:13. 
God enables the saints to bear. 1 

Cor. 10:13. 
God knows how to deliver saints out 

of. 2 Pet. 2 : 9. 
Christ keeps faithful saints from the 

hour of. Rev. 3 : 10. _ 
Saints may be in heaviness through. 

i Pet. 1 : 6. 
Saints should 

Resist, in faith. Eph. 6:16. 1 Pet, 
5:9. 

Watch against. Mat, 26:41. 1 Pet. 
5:8. 

Pray to be kept from. Mat. 6: 13. 
Mat. 2(5:41. 

Not to occasion, to others. Rom. 
14:13. 

Restore those overcome by. Gal. 
6:1. 

Avoid the way of. Pro. 4: 14, 15. 
The devil will renew. Luke 4 : 13. 
Has strength thrcugh the weakness 

of the flesh. Mat. 26:41. 
Mere professors fall away in time 

of. Luke 8: 13. 
Blessedness of those who meet and 

overcome. Jas. 1 : 2—4, 12. 
Exemplified. Eve, Gen. 3:1, 4, 5. 

Joseph, Gen. 39:7. Balaam, Num. 

22 : 17. Achan, Jos. 7 : 21. DitrUl, 2 

Sam. 11 : 2. Jeroboam, 1 Kin. 15 : 30. 

Peter, Mar. 14 : 67—71. Paul, 2 Cor. 

12:7, with Gal. 4:14. 

Tents. 

Origin and antiquity of. Gen. 4 : 20. 
Called 
Tabernacles. Num. 24: 5. Job 12: 

6. Heb. 11:9. 
Curtains. Isa. 54 : 2. Heb. 3 ; 7. 
Were spread out. Isa. 40 : 22. 
Fastened by cords to stakes or nails. 
Isa. 54 : 2. Jer. 10 : 20, with Jud. 4 : 
21. 
Were used by 
Patriarchs. Gen 13: 5. Gen. 25: 

27. Heb. 11 : 9. 
Israel in the desert. Exo. 33: 8. 

Num. 24: 2. 
The people of Israel in all their 
wars. 1 Sam. 4 : 3, 10. 1 Sam. 29 : 
1. 1 Kin. 16:16. 
The Rechabites. Jer. 35 : 7, 10. 
The Arabs. Isa. 13:20. 
Shepherds vvhile tending their 
flocks. So. of Sol. 1:8. Isa. 38: 12. 
All eastern nations. Jud. 6: 5. 1 
Sam. 17 : 4. 2 Kin. 7 : 7. 1 Chr. 5 : 10. 



Separate, fur females of the family. 

Gen. 24 : 67. 
Separate, for the servants. Gen. 31: 

33. 
Were pitched 
With order and regularity. Num. 

1: 52. 
lu tlie neighborhood of wells, &c. 
Gen. 13 : 10, 12. Gen. 26 : 17, 18. 1 
Sam. 29:1. 
Under trees. Gen. 18: 1, 4, Jud. 

4:5. 
On the tops of houses. 2 Sam. 16 : 

Sending persons to seek' a convenient 

place for, alluded to. Dcu. 1 : 33. 
Ease and rapidity of their removal, 

alhuled to. Isa. 38: 12. 
Of the Jews contrasted with those of 

the Arabs. Num. 24: 5, with So. of 

Sol. 1 : 5. 
Custom of sitting and standing at 

the door of. Gen. 18 : 1. Jud. 4 : 20. 
Illustrative 

(Spread out,) of the heavens. Isa. 
40: 22. 

(Enlarging of,') of the great exten- 
sion of the Churcli. Isa. 54 : 2. 



Thanksgiving. 



Christ set an example of. Mat. 11 : 

25. Mat. 26:27. Jno. 6: 11. Jno. 

11:41. 
The heavenly host engaged in. Rev. 

4:9. Rev. 7:11, 12. Rev. 11 : 16, 17. 
Commanded. Psa. 50: 14. Phi. 4:6. 
Is a good thing. Psa. 92 : 1. 
Should be offered 

To God. Psa. 50: 14. 

To Christ. 1 Tim. 1:12. 

Through Christ. Rom. 1 : 8. Col. 3: 
17. Heb. 13:15. 

In the name of Christ. Eph. 5 : 20. 

In behalf of ministers. 2 Cor. 1 : 11. 

In private worsliip. Dan. 6: 10. 

In public worship. Psa. 35:18. 

In everything. 1 The. 5:18. 

Upon the completion of great un- 
dertakings. Neh. 12: 31,40. 

Before taking food. Jno. 6: 11. Acts 
27 : 35. 

Always. Eph. 1:16. Eph. 5:20. 1 
The. 1:2. 

At the remembrance of God's holi- 
ness. Psa. 30:4. Psa. 97:12. 

For the goodness and mercy of God. 
Psa. 106:1. Psa. 107:1. Psa. 136: 
1-3. 

For the gift of Christ. 2 Cor. 9 : 15. 

For Christ's power and reign. Rev. 
11:17. 

For the reception and effectual 
working of the word of God in 
others. 1 The. 2:13. 

For deliverance through Christ 
from in-dwelling sin. Rom, 7; 
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For victory over death and the 

grave. 1 Cor. 15 : ."JT. 
For wisdom and might. Dan. 2:23. 
For the triumph of the gospel. 2 

Cor. 2:14. 
For the conversion of others. Eom. 

6:17. 
For faith exhibited by others. 

Eom. 1:8. 2 The. 1 : 3. 
For love exhibited by others. 2 

The. 1 : 3. 
For the grace bestowed on others. 

1 Cor. 1 : 4. Phi. 1 : 3—5. Col. 1 : 
3-6. 

For the zeal exhibited by others. 

2 Cor. 8 : 16. 

For the nearness of God's presence. 
Psa. 75:1. 

For appointment to the ministry. 
1 Tim. 1:12. 

For willingness to offer our proper- 
ty for God's service. 1 Chr. 29: 
6—14. 

For the supply of our bodily wants. 
Eom. 14: 6, 7. ITim. 4:3, 4. 

For all men. ITim. 2:1. 

For all things. 2 Cor. 9:11. Eph. 
5:20. 
Should be accompanied by interces- 
sion for others. 1 Tim. 2 : 1. 2 Tim. 

1:3. Phile. 4. 
Should always accompany prayer. 

Neh. 11:17. Phi. 4:6. Col. 4:2. 
Should always accompany praise. 

Psa. 92:1. Heb. 13:15. 
Expressed in psalms. 1 Chr. 16: 7. 
Ministers appointed to offer, in pub- 
lic. IChr. 16:4, 7. 1 Chr. 23: 30. 2 

Chr. 31:2. 
Saints 

Exhorted to. Psa. 105; 1. Col. 3: 15. 

Eesolved to offer. Psa. 18 : 49. Psa. 
30:12. 

Habitually offer. Dan. 6 : 10. 

Offer sacrifices of. Psa. 116: 17. 

Abound in the faith with. Col. 2: 7. 

Magnify God by, Psa. 69 : 30. 
• Come before God with. Psa. 95:2. 

Should enter God's gate with. Psa. 
100:4. 
Of hypocrites, full of boasting. Luke 

18:11. 
The wicked averse to. Eom. 1 : 21. 
Exemplified. David, 1 Chr. 29: 13. 

Leviiefi, 2 Chr. 5 : 12, 13. Daniel, Dan. 

2: 23. Jonah, Jon. 2: 9. Simeon, Luke 

2 : 28. Anna, Luke 2 : 38. Paul, Acts 

28:15. 

Theft. 

Is an a'oomiration. Jer. 7 : 9, 10. 
Forbidden. Exo. 20: 15, with Mar. 10: 

19. Eom. 13:9. 
From the poor specially forbidden. 

Pro. 22:22. 
I«cludes fraud in general. Lev. 19:18. 



Includes fraud concerning wages. 

Lev. 19 : 13. Mai. 3 : 5. Jas. 5 : 4. 
Proceeds from the heart. Mat. 15 : 19. 
Defiles a man. Mat. 15 : 20.- 
The wicked 

Addicted to. Psa. 119:61. 

Store up the fruits of. Amos 3: 10, 

Lie in wait to commit. Hos. 6 : 9. 

Commit, under shelter of the night. 
Job 24 : 14. Oba. 5. 

Consent to those who commit. Psa. 
50:18. 

Associate with those who commit 
Isa. 1:23. 

May, for a season, prosper^in. Job 
12:6. 

Plead excuses for. Jer. 7 : 9, 10. 

Eepeut not of. Eev. 9 : 21. 

Destroy themselves by. Pro. 21 : 7. 
Connected with murder, Jer, 7: 9. 

Hos. 4:2. 
Shame follows the detection of. Jer. 

2:26. 
Brings a aurse on those who commit 

it. Hos. 4 : 2, 3. Zee. 5 : 3, 4. Mai. 3 : 5. 
Brings the wrath of God upon those 

who commit it. Eze. 22 : 29, 31. 
Excludes from heaven. 1 Cor. 6 : 10. 
They who connive at, 

Hate their own souls. Pro. 29: 24. 

Shall be reproved of God. Psa. 50 
18,21. 
Mosaic law respecting. Exo. 22 : 1—8, 
Saints 

Warned against. Eph. 4 : 28. 1 Pet, 
4 : 15. 
All earthly treasure exposed to. Mat 

6:19. 
Heavenly treasure secure from. Mat 

6:20. Luke 12: 33. 
Woe denounced against. Isa. 10:2, 

Nah. 3:1. 
Illustrates the guilt of false teach 

ers. Jer. 23:30. Jno. 10: 1,8, 10. 
Exemplified, Rachel, Gen. 31: 19 

Achan, Jos. 7: 21. Shechemites, Jud 

9:25. Mieah, Jud. 11 -.2. 

Theocracy, The, or Immediate 
Government by God. 

Lasted from the deliverance out of 
Egypt until the appointment of 
kings. Exo. 19: 4-6, with 1 Sam. 8: 
7. 
Was established on 
The right of redemption. Exo, 6: 

6,7. 2 Sam. 7:23. Isa. 43:3. 
The right of covenant. Deu. 26 : 17 
-19. 
Consisted in His 
Promulgating laws. Exo. 20 ch, to 

Exo. 23 ch. Deu. 5 : 22, 23. 
Directing the movements of th& 
nation. Exo. 40 : 36, 37. Num. 9: 
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Proclaiming war. Exo. 17:14—16. 

Num. 31:1,2. Jos. 6: 2, 3. Jos. 8:1. 
appointing civil officers. Exo. 3: 

10. Num. 27: 18,20. 
Appointing ecclesiastical officers. 

Exo. 28:1. Exo. 40:12— 15. 
Being the supreme judge. Num. 9: 

8—11. Num. 15:34, 35. Num.27: 

5—11. 
Exercise of the prerogative of 

mercy. Num. 14:20. Deu. 9:18 

-20. 
Distribution of conquered lands. 

Jos. 13:1-7. 
Exacting tribute. Exo. 35:4—29. 

Lev. 27 : 30. Deu. 16 : 16. Deu. 26 : 

1-4. 
The tabernacle designed as a royal 
residence for God during. Exo. 25: 
8. Lev. 26:11, 12. 
The emblem of the divine presence 
appeared over the tabernacle dur- 
ing. Num. 9: 15, 16. 
G«iilt of Israel iu rejecting. 1 Sam. 
•2:17. 

Threshing. 

The removing or separating corn, &c. 

from the straw. 1 Chr. 21 : 20. 
Was performed 
By a rod or staff. Isa. 28: 27. 
By cart wheels. Isa. 27 : 27, 28. 
By instruments with teeth. Isa. 41 : 

15. Amos 1 : 3. 
By the feet of horses and oxen. Isa. 
28:28. Hos. 10:11. Sec 2 Sam. 24:22. 
Cattle employed in, not to be muz- 
zled. Deu. 25:4. 1 Cor. 9:9. 1 Tim. 
5:18. 
Continued until the vintage in years 

of abundance. Lev. 26: 5. 
The place for, 
Called the floor. Jud. 6: 37. Isa. 21 : 

10. 
Called the threshing-floor. Num. 

18:27. 2 Sam. 24: 18. 
Called the barn-floor. 2 Kin. 6: 27. 
Called the corn-floor. Hos. 9 : 1. 
Was large and roomy. Gen. 50:10. 
Generally on high ground. 1 Chr. 

21:18, with 2 Chr. 3:1. 
Sometimes beside the wine-press 

for concealment. Jud. 6:11. 
Used also for winnowing the corn. 

Ruth 3:2.' 
Often robbed. 1 Sam. 23 : 1. 
The Jews slept on, during the time 

of. Ruth 3: 7. 
ii'ulness of, promised as a blessing. 

Joel 2 : 24. 
Scarcity in, a punishment. Hos. 9 : 2. 
Followed by a winnowing with a 
shovel or fan. Isa. 30:24. Isa. 41: 
16. Mat. 3:12. 

iLIirSTRATIVE 

Of the judgments of God. Isa, 21 : 
10. Jer.51:33. Hab.3:12. 



Of the labors of ministers. 1 Cor. 9: 
9, 10. 

Of the Church in her conquests. 
Isa. 41:15, 16. Mic. 4:13. 

(Gathering the sheaves for,) of 
preparing the enemies of the 
Church for judgments. Mic. 4:12. 

(Dust made by,) of complete de- 
struction. 2 Kin. 13 : 7. Isa. 41 : 15. 
(marg.) 

(An instrument for, with teeth,) of 
the Church overcoming opposi- 
tion. Isa. 41 : 15. 

Time. 

The duration of the world. Job 22: 

16. Rev. 10:6. 
The measure of the continuance of 

anything. Jud. 18 : 31. 
An appointed season. Neh. 2:6. Ecc. 

3: 1,17. 
Computed by 
Years. Gen. 15: 13. 2 Sam. 21:1. 

Dan. 9:2. 
Months. Num. 10:10. 1 Chr. 27:1. 

Job 3 : 6. 
Weeks. Dan. 10 : 2. Luke 18 : 12. 
Days. Gen. 8:3. Job 1 : 4. Luke 

11:3. 
Hours, after the captivity. Dan. 

5 : 5. Jno. 11 : 9. 
Moments. Exo. 33: 5. Luke 4: .5. 
1 Cor. 15 : 52. 
The heavenly bodies, appointed as a 
means for computing. Gen. 1: ]«1. 
The sun-dial early invented for point- 
ing out. 2Kin. 20:9— 11. 
Eras from WHICH, computed; 
Nativity of the patriarchs during 
the patriarchial age. Gen. 7: 11. 
Gen. 8: 13. Gen. 17: 1. 
The exodus from Egypt. Exo. 19: 1. 
Exo. 40 : 17. Num. 9 : 1. Num. 33 : 
38. 1 Kin. 6:1. 
The jubilee. Lev. 25 : 15. 
Accession of kings. 1 Kin. 6: 1. 1 
Kin. 15:1. Isa. 36:1. Jer. 1 : 2. 
Luke 3: 1. 
Building of the temple. 1 Kin. 9: 

10. 2 Chr. 8:1. 
The captivity. Eze. 1:1. Eze. 33: 
21. Eze. 40:1. 
Part of a period of, usually counted 
as the whole. 1 Sam. 13:1. Est. 4: 
16, with Est. 5: 1. 
In prophetic language, means a pro- 
phetic year, or 365 natural years. 
Dan. 12:7. Rev. 12:14. 
Shortness of man's portion of. Psa. 

89: 47. 
Should be redeemed. Eph. 5: 16. Col. 

4:5. 
Should be spent in the fear of God. 

1 Pet. 1: 17. 
Particular peeiods of. men 

TIONED ; 

The ancient time, Isa. 45 : 21, 



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The accepted time. Isa. 49: 8. 2 

Cor. 6:2. 
TLe time of visitation, Jer. 46: 21. 

Jer. 50:27. 
The time of refreshing. Acts 3 : 19. 
The time of restitution of all 

things. Acts 3 : 21. 
The time of reformation. Heb. 9: 

10. 
The time of healing. Jer. 14:19. 
The time of need. Heb. 4 : 16. 
The time of temptation. Luke 8: 

13. 
The evil time. Psa. 37:19, Ecc,9: 

12. 
The time of trouble, Psa. 27: 5. 

Jer. 14 : 8. 
All events of, predetermined by God. 

Acts 17: 20. 
All God's purposes fulfilled in due 
time. Mar. 1:15. Gal. 4:4. 

Tithe. 

The tenth of anything. 1 Sam. 8: 

15, 17. 
Antiquity of the custom of giving 

to God's ministers. Gen. 14: 20. 

Heb. 7 : 6. 
Considered a just return to God for 

His blessings. Gen. 28 : 22. 
Under the law belonged to God. Lev. 

27 : 30. 
Consisted of a tenth, 

Of all the produce of the land. 
Lev. 27 : 30. 

Of all cattle. Lev. 27:32. 

Of holy things dedicated. 2 Chr. 
31:6. 
Given by God to the Levites for their 

services. Num. 18: 21, 24, Neh, 

10:37. 
The tenth of, offered by the Levites 

as an heave offering to God. Num. 

18:26,27. 
The tenth of, given by the Levites to 

the priests as their portion. Num. 

18:26,28. Neh. 10:38. 
Reasonableness of appointing, for the 

Levites. Num 18 : 20, 23, 24. Jos. 

13:33. 
When redeemed to have a fifth part 

of the value added. Lev. 27 : 31. 
Punishment for changing. Lev. 27: 

33. 
The Jews slow in giving. Neh. 13: 10. 
Tlie Jews reproved for withholding. 

Mai. 3:8. 
The pious governors of Israel caused 

the payment of. 2 Chr, 31 : 5. Neh. 

13:11, 12. 
Ruleis appointed over, for distribut- 
ing. 2 Chr. 31 : 12. Neh. 13 : 13. 
The Pharisees scrupulous in paying. 

Luke 11: 42. Luke 18: 12. 

A SECOND, 

Or its value yearly brought to the 
tabernacle and eaten before the 



Lord. Deu. 12 : 6, 7, 17—19. Deu, 
14 : 22—27. 
To be consumed at home every 
third year to promote hospitality 
and charity. Deu. 14 : 28, 29. Deu. 
26: 12-15. 

Titles and Names of Christ. 
Adam, Second. 1 Cor. 15:45. 
Almighty. Rev. 1 : 8. 
Amen. Rev. 3: 14. 
Alpha and Omega. Rev. 1 : 8. Rev. 

22 : 13. 
Advocate. 1 Jno. 2:1. 
Angel. Gen. 48 : 16. Exo. 23 : 20, 21. 
Angel of the Lord. Exo. 3 : 2. Jud. 

13 : 15-18. 
Angel of God's presence. Isa. 63:9. 
Apostle. Heb. 3:1. 
Arm of the Lord. Isa. 51 : 9. Isa. 

.53:1. 
Author and Finisher of our faith. 

Heb. 12:2. 
Blessed and only Potentate. 1 Tim. 

6:15. 
Beginning of the creation of God. 

Rev. 3:14. 
Branch. Jer. 23:5. Zee. 3:8. Zee. 

6: 12. 
Bread of Life. Jno. 6 : 35, 48. 
Captain of the Lord's hosts. Jos. 5: 

14, 15. 
Captain of salvation.'' Heb. 2 : 10. 
Chief Shepherd. 1 Pet. 5 : 4. 
Christ of God. Luke 9 : 20. 
Consolation of Israel, Luke 2 : 25. 
Chief Corner-stone, Eph. 2:20. 1 

Pet. 2:6. 
Commander. Isa. 55: 4. 
Counsellor. Isa. 9: 6. 
David. Jer. 30:9. Eze. 34:23. 
Day-spring. Luke 1 : 78. 
Deliverer. Rom. 11 : 26. 
Desire of all nations. Hag. 2 : 7. 
Door. Jno. 10: 7. 
Elect of God. Isa. 42:1. 
Emmanuel. Isa. 7:14, with Mat. 1: 

23. 
Eternal life. 1 Jno. 1 : 2. iJno. 5: 

20. 
Everlasting Father. Isa. 9 : 6. 
Faithful witness. Rev. 1 : 5. Rev. 3 : 

14. 
First and Last. Rev. 1 : 17. Rev. 2 : 8. 
First-begotten of the dead. Rev. 1 : 5. 
First-born of every creature. Col. 1 : 

15. 
Forerunner. Heb. 6: 20. 
God. Isa. 40:9. Jno. 20:28. 
God blessed for ever. Rom. 9: 5, 
God's fellow. Zee. 13:7. 
Glory of the Lord. Isa. 40: 5. 
Good Shepherd. Jno. 10: 14. 
Great High Priest. Heb. 4 : 14. 
Governor. Mat. 2:6. 
Head of the Church. Eph. 5:23. Col, 

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Heir of all things. Heb. 1 : 2. 

Holy One. Psa. 16: 10, with Acts 2: 

27, 31. 
Holy One of God. Mar. 1 : 24. 
Holy One of Israel. Isa. 41 : 14. 
Horn of salvation. Luke 1 : 69. 
I AM. Exo. 3: 14, with Jno. 8: 58. 
JEHOVAH. Isa. 26: 4. 
Jesus. Mat. 1 : 21. l^Tlie. 1 : 10. 
Judge of Israel. Mic. 5:1. 
Just One. Acts 7 : 52. 
King. Zee. 9:9, with Mat. 21 : 5. 
King of Israel. Jno. 1 : 49. 
King of the Jews. Mat. 2: 2. 
King of saints. Rev. 15:3. 
King of Kings. 1 Tim. 6: 15. Rev. 

17:14. 
Law-giver. Isa, 33:22. 
Lamb. Rev. 5: 6,12. Rev. 13:8. 

Rev. 21:22. Rev. 22:3. 
Lamb of God. Jno. 1 : 29, 36. 
Leader. Isa. 55 : 4. 
Life. Jno. 14:6. Col. 3:4. 1 Jno. 

1:2. 
Light of the world. Jno. 8: 12. 
Lion of the tribe of Judah. Rev. 5 : 5. 
Lord of glory. 1 Cor. 2 : 8. 
Lord of all. Acts 10: 36. 
Lord oi:r righteousness. Jer. 23:6. 
Lord God of the holy prophets. Rev. 

22:6. 
Lord God Almighty. Rev. 15:3. 
Mediator. 1 Tim. 2: 5. 
Messenger of the covenant. Mai. 3: 1. 
Messiah. Dan. 9: 25. Jno. 1 : 41. 
MiglityGod. Isa. 9:6. 
Mighty One of Jacob. Isa. 60: 16. 
Morning-star. Rev. 22:16. 
Nazarcue. Mat. 2 : 23. 
Offspring of David. Rev. 22 : 16. 
Only-begotten. Jno. 1 : 14. 
Onr Passover. 1 Cor. 5:7. 
Plant of renown. Eze. 34 : 29. 
Prince of life. Acts 3 : 15. 
Prince of peace. Isa. 9:6. 
Prince of the kings of the earth. 

Rev. 1 : 5. 
Prophet. Luke 24: 19. Jno. 7:40. 
Ransom. 1 Tim. 2: 6. 
Redeemer. Job 19:2.5. Isa. .59:20. 

Isa. 60: 16. 
Resurrection and life. Jno. 11 : 25. 
Rock. 1 Cor. 10:4. 
Root of David. Rev. 22 : 16. 
Root of Jesse. Isa. 11:10. 
Ruler of Israel Mic. 5:2. 
Saviour. 2 Pet. 2:20. 2 Pet. 3:18. 
Servant. Isa. 42:1. Isa. .52:13. 
Shepherd and Bishop of Souls. 1 

Pet. 2:25. 
Shiloh. Gen. 49:10. 
Son of the blessed. Mar. 14: 61. 
Son of God. Luke 1 : 35. Jno. 1 : 49. 
Son of the Highest. Luke 1: 32. 
Son of David. Mat. 9: 27. 
Son of man. Jno. 5:27. Jno. 6:37. 
Star. Num. 24: 17. 



Sun of righteousness. Mai. 4 : 2, 
Sun>ty. Heb. 7 : 22. 
True God. 1 Jno. 5:20. 
True Light. Jno. 1:9. 
True Vine. Jno. 15 : 1. 
Truth. Jno. 14:6. 
Way. Jno. 14:6. 
Wis.lom. Pro. 8:12. 
Witness. Isa. 55:4. 
Wonderful. Isa. 9: 6. 
Word. Jno. 1:1. 1 Jno. 5:7. 
Word of God. Rev. 19 : 13. 
Word of Life. 1 Jno. 1:1. 

Titles and Names of the Church. 

Assembly of the saints. Psa. 89 : 7. 
Assembly of the upright. Psa. Ill : 1. 
Body of Christ. Eph. 1 : 22, 23. Col. 1 : 

24. 
Branch of God's planting. Isa. 60: 21. 
Bride of Christ. Rev. 21 : 9. 
Church of God. Acts 20:28. 
Church of the Living God. 1 Tim. 3 : 

1.5. 
Church of the first-born. Heb. 12: 23. 
City of the Living God. Heb. 12 : 22. 
Congregation of saints. Psa. 149: 1. 
Congregation of the Lord's poor. 

Psa. 74 : 19. 
Dove. So. of Sol. 2 : 14. So. of Sol. 5 : 2. 
Family in heaven and earth. Eph. 3: 

15. 
Flock of God. Eze. 34 : 15. 1 Pet 5 : 2. 
Fold of Christ. Jno. 10:16. 
General assembly of the first-born, 

Heb. 12:2.3. 
Golden candlestick. Rev. 1 : 20. 
God's building. 1 Cor. 3 : 9. 
God's husbandry. 1 Cor. 3 : 9. 
God's heritage. Joel 3 : 2. 1 Pet. 5 : 3. 
Habitation of God. Eph. 2 : 22. 
Heavenly Jerusalem. Gal. 4:26. Heb. 

12:22. 
Holy city. Rev. 21 : 2. 
Holy mountain. Zee. 8:3. 
Holy hill. Psa. 15:1. 
House of God. 1 Tim. 3: 15. Heb. 10: 

21. 
House of the God of Jacob. Isa. 2: 3. 
House of Christ. Heb. 3 : 6. 
Household of God. Eph. 2 : 19. 
Inheritance. Psa. 28: 9. Isa. 19:2.5. 
Israel of God. Gal. 6: 16. 
King's daughter. Psa. 45: 13. 
Lamb's wife. Rev. 19: 7. Rev. 21. 
Lot of God's inheritance. Deu. 32: 9. 
Mount Zion. Psa. 2:6. Heb. 12:22. 
Mountain of the Lord's house. Isa. 

2:2. 
New Jerusalem. Rev. 21 : 2. 
Pillar and ground of the truth. 1 

Tim. 3: 15. 
Sanctuary of God. Psa. 114 : 2. 
Spiritual house. 1 Pet. 2 : 5. 
Spouse of Christ. So. of Sol. 4: 12. 

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Sought out, a city not forsaken. Isa. 

62 : 12. 
Temple of God. 1 Cor. 3 : 16, 17. 
Temple of the Living God. 2 Cor. 6: 

16. 
"Vineyard. Jer. 12: 10. Mat. 21 : 41. 

Titles and Names of the Devil. 

Abaddon. Rev. 9:11. 

Accuser of our brethren. Rev. 12 : 10. 

Adversary. 1 Pet. 5: 8. 

Augel of the bottomless pit. Rev, 9: 

11. 
Apollyon. Rev. 9:11. 
Beelzebub. Mat. 12:24. 
Belial. 2 Cor. 6:15. 
Crooked serpent. Isa. 27 : 1. 
Dragon. Isa. 27 : 1. Rev. 20 : 2. 
Enemy. Mat. 13 : 39. 
Evil spirit. 1 Sam. 16:14. 
Father of lies. Jno. 8:44. 
Great red dragon. Rev. 12:3. 
Leviathan. Isa. 27 : 1. 
Liar. Jno. 8: 44. 
Lying spirit. 1 Kin. 22 : 22. 
Murderer. Jno. 8:44. 
Old serpent. Rev. 12:9. Rev. 20:2. 
Piercing serpent. Isa. 27 : 1. 
Power of darkness. Col. 1 : 13. 
Prince of this world. Jno. 14 : 30. 
Prince of the devils. Mat. 12 : 24. 
Prince of the power of the air. Eph. 

2: 2. 
Ruler of the darkness of this world. 

Eph. 6:12. 
Satan. 1 Chr. 21 : 1. Job 1 : 6. 
Serpent. Gen. 3 : 4, 14. 2 Cor. 11 : 3. 
Spirit that worketh in the children 

of disobedience. Eph. 2 : 2. 
Tempter. Mat. 4:3. 1 The. 3 : .5. 
The god of this world. 2 Cor. 4 : 4. 
Unclean spirit. Mat. 12: 43. 
Wicked-one. Mat. 13: 19, 38. 

Titles and Names of the Holy 

Ghost. 
Breath of the Almighty. Job 33: 4. 
Comforter. Jno. 14 : 16, 26. Jno. 15 : 26. 
Eternal Spirit. Heb. 9 : 14. 
Free Spirit. Psa. .51 : 12. 
God. Acts 5: 3, 4. 

Good Spirit. Neh. 9: 20. Psa. 143: 10. 
Holv Spirit. Psa. 51:11. Luke 11: 13. 

Eph. 1:13. Eph. 4: 30. 
Lord, The. 2 The. 3:5. 
Power of the Highest. Luke 1 : 35. 
Spirit, The. Mat. 4: 1. Jno. 3:6. 1 

Tim. 4:1. 
Spirit of the Lord God. Isa. 61 : 1. 
Spirit of the Lord. Isa. 11 : 2. Acts 5: 

9. 
Spirit of God. Gen. 1:2. 1 Cor. 2: 

11. Job 33: 4. 
Spirit of the Father. Mat. 10: 20. 
Spirit of Christ. Rom. 8:9. 1 Pet. 1: 

11. 



Spirit of the Sou, Gal. 4 : 6. 

Spirit of life. Rom. 8: 2. Rev. 11:11 

Spirit of grace. Zee. 12: 10. Heb. 10: 

29. 
Spirit of prophecy. Rev. 19:10. 
Spirit of adoption. Rom. 8:15. 
Spirit of wisdom. Isa. 11 : 2. Eph. 1 : 17. 
Spirit of counsel. Isa. 11:2. 
Spirit of might. Isa. 11:2. 
Spirit of understanding. Isa. 11: 2. 
Spirit of knowledge. Isa. 11 : 2. 
Spirit of the fear of the Lord. Isa, 

11:2. 
Spirit of truth. Jno. 14: 17. Jno. 15:26 
Spirit of holiness. Rom. 1 : 4. 
Spirit of revelation. Eph. 1 : 17. 
Spirit of judgment. Isa. 4 : 4. Isa, 28 : 

6. 
Spirit of burning. Isa. 4: 4, 
Spirit of glory. 1 Pet. 4:14, 
Seven Spirits of God. Rev. 1 ; 4. 

Titles and Names of Ministers, 

Ambassadors for Christ. 2 Cor. 5: 20. 
Angels of the Church. Rev. 1 : 20. 

Rev. 2:1. 
Apostles. Luke 6:13. Eph. 4:11, 

Rev. 18: 20. 
Apostles of Jesus Christ. Tit. 1 : 1. 
Bishops. Phi. 1:1, 1 Tim, 3: 1, Tit. 

1:7. 
Deacons. Acts6:l. 1 Tim. 3:8. Phi, 

1:1. 
Elders. 1 Tim. 5: 17. 1 Pet. 5:1. 
Evangelists. Eph. 4: 11. 2 Tim. 4:5. 
Fishers of men. Mat. 4 : 19. Mar. 1 : 17. 
Laborers. Mat. 9:38, with Phile. 1, 

IThe, 2:2. 
Messengers of the Church. 2 Cor, 8: 

23. 
Messengers of the Lord of hosts. 

Mai. 2:7. 
Ministers of God. 2 Cor. 6 : 4. 
Ministers of the Lord. Joel 2: 17. 
Ministers of Christ. Rom. 15:16. 1 

Cor. 4:1. 
Ministers of the sanctuary. Eze. 45 : 4. 
Ministers of the gospel. Eph. 3:7. 

Col. 1 : 23. 
Ministers of the word. Luke 1 : 2. 
Ministers of the New Testament. 2 

Cor. 3:6. 
Ministers of the Church. Col. 1 : 24,25. 
Ministers of righteousness. 2 Cor 

11:1.5. 
Overseers. Acts 20: 28. 
Pastors. Jer. 3: 15. Eph. 4 : 11. 
Preachers. Rom. 10:14. 1 Tim. 2:7. 
Servants of God. Tit. 1:1. Jas. 1 : 1 
Servants of the Lord. 2 Tim. 2:24. 
Servants of Jesus Christ. Phi. 1 : 1. 

Jude 1. 
Servants of the Church. 2 Cor. 4 : 5. 
Shepherds. Jer. 23:4. 
Soldiers of Christ. Phi. 2 : 25. 2 Tim. 

2:3. 
Stars. Rev. 1:20, Rev, 2<1. 



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Stewards of God. Tit. 1 : 7. 
Stewards of the grace of God. 1 Pet. 

4:10. 
Stewards of the mysteries of God. 1 

Cor. 4:1. 
Teachers. Isa. 30: 20. Eph. 4: 11. 
Watchmen. Isa. 62 : 6. Eze. 33 : 7. 
Witnesses. Acts 1 : 8. Acts .5 : 32. Acts 

26 : 16. 
Worlfsrs together with God. 2 Cor. 

6:1. 

Titles and Names of Saints. 
Believers. Acts 5 : 14. 1 Tim. 4 : 12. 
Beloved of God. Rom. 1 : 7. 
Beloved brethren. 1 Cor. 1.5: 58. Jas. 

2 : 5. 
Blessed of the Lord. Gen. 24 : 31. Gen. 

26:29. 
Blessed of the Father. Mat. 25 : 34. 
Brethren. Mat. 23 : 8. Acts 12 : 17. 
Brethren of Christ. Luke 8: 21. Jno. 

20: 17. 
Called of Jesus Christ. Rom. 1 : 6. 
Children of the Lord. Deu. 14:1. 
Children of God. Jno. 11 : .52. 1 Jno. 

3:10. 
Children of the Living God. Rom. 9: 

26. 
Children of the Father. Mat. 5 : 45. 
Children of the Highest. Luke 6 : 35. 
Children of Abraham. Gal. 3 : 7. 
Children of Jacob. Psa. 105 : 6. 
Children of promise. Rom. 9: 8. Gal. 

4:28. 
Children of the free-woman. Gal. 4 : 

31. 
Children of the kingdom. Mat. 13 : 38. 
Children of Zion. Psa. 149:2. Joel 

2:23. 
Children of the bride-chamber. Mat. 

9:15. 
Children of light. Luke 16: 8. Eph. 

5:8. 1 The. 5 : 5. 
Children of the day. 1 The. 5 : 5. 
Children of the resurrection. Luke 

20:36. 
Chosen generation. 1 Pet. 2:9. 
Chosen ones. iChr. 16:13. 
Chosen vessels. Acts 9 : 15. 
Christians. Acts 11 : 26. Acts 26: 28. 
Dear children. Eph. 5:1. 
Disciples of Christ. Jno. 8: 31. Jno. 

15 : 8. 
Elect of God. Col. 3: 12. Tit. 1 : 1. 
Epistles of Christ. 2 Cor. 3 : 3. 
Excellent, The. Psa. 16 : 3. 
Faithful brethren in Christ. Col. 1 : 2. 
Faithful, The. Psa. 12:1. 
Faithful of the land, The. Psa. 101 : 6. 
Fellow-citizens with the saints. Eph. 

2: 19. 
Fellow-heirs. Eph. 3 : 6. 
Fellow-servants. Rev. 6: 11. 
Friends of God. 2 Chr. 20: 7. Jas, 

2:23. 
Friends of Christ. Jno. 15:15. 



Godly, The. Psa. 4:3. 2 Pet. 2 : 9. 
Heirs of God. Rom. 8: 17. Gal. 4: 7. 
Heirs of the grace of life. 1 Pet. 3: 7. 
Heirs of the kingdom. Jas. 2: 5. 
Heirs of promise. Heb. 6:17. Gal. 

3:29. 
Heirs of salvation. Heb. 1 : 14. 
Holy brethren. 1 The. 5: 27 Heb. 3:1. 
Holy nation. Exo. 19:6. 1 Pet. 2:9. 
Holy people. Deu. 26: 19. Isa. 62: 12. 
Holy priesthood. 1 Pet. 2: 5. 
Joint-lieirs with Christ. Kom.8:17. 
Just, The. Hab. 2:4. 
Kings and priests unto God. Rev. 

1:6. 
Kingdom of priests. Exo. 19: 6. 
Lambs. Isa. 40: 11. Jno. 21 : 15. 
Lights of the world. Mat. 5 : 14. 
Little children. -Jno. 13:33. 1 Jno. 

2:1. 
Lively stones. 1 Pet. 2 : 5. 
Members of Christ. 1 Cor. 6 : 15. Eph. 

5: 30. 
Men of God. Deu. 33: 1. 1 Tim. 6: 11. 

2 Tim. 3: 17. 
Obedient children. 1 Pet. 1 : 14. 
Peculiar people. Deu. 14: 2. Tit. 2: 14. 

1 Pet. 2 : 9. 
Peculiar treasure. Exo. 19:5. Psa. 

135 : 4. 
People of God. Heb. 4: 9. 1 Pet. 2: 10. 
People near unto God. Psa. 148:14. 
People saved by the Lord. Deu. 33 : 

29. 
Pillars in the temple of God. Rev. 

3: 12. 
Ransomed of the Lord. Isa. 35 : 10. 
Redeemed of the Lord. Isa. 51 : 11. 
Royal priesthood. 1 Pet. 2: 9. 
Salt of the earth. Mat. 5 : 13. 
Servants of Christ. 1 Cor. 7 : 22. Eph. 

6:6. 
Servants of righteousness. Rom. 6: 

18. 
Sheep of Christ. Jno. 10: 1—16. Jno. 

21 : 16. 
Sojourners with God. Lev. 25: 23. 

Psa. 39 : 12. 
Sons of God. Jno. 1 : 12. Phi. 2 : 15. 

1 Jno. 3:1.2. 
The Lord's freemen. 1 Cor. 7:22. 
Trees of righteousness. Isa. 61 : 3. 
Vessels unto honor. 2 Tim. 2: 21. 
Vessels of mercy. Rom. 9 : 23. 
Witnesses for God. I-;a. 44 : 8. 

Titles and Names of tfie Wicked. 
Adversaries of the Lord. 1 Sam. 2:10. 
Children of Belial. Deu. 13: 13. 2 

Chr. 13:7. 
Children of the devil. Acts 13 : 10. 1 

Jno. 3 : 10. 
Children of the wicked one. Mat 13: 

38 
Children of hell. Mat. 23 : 15. 
Children of base men. Job 30 : 8. 
Children of fools. Job 30: 8. 



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Children of strangers. Isa. 2:6. 
Children of transgression. Isa. 57 : 4. 
Children of disobedience. Eph. 2: 2. 

Col. 3: 6 
Children in whom is no faith, Deu. 

32 : 20. 
Children of the flesh. Rom. 9 : 8. 
Children of iniquity. Hos. 10: 9. 
Children that will not hear the law 

of the Lord. Isa. 30:9. 
Children of pride. Job 41 : 34. 
Children of this world. Luke 16: 8. 
Children of wickedness. 2 Sam. 7 : 10. 
Children of wrath. Eph. 2 : 3. 
Children that are corrupters. Isa.l:4. 
Cursed children. 2 Pet. 2:14. 
Enemies of God. Psa. 37 : 20. Jas. 4: 4. 
Enemies of the cross of Christ. Phi. 

3:18. 
Enemies of all righteousness. Acts 

13:10. 
Evildoers. Psa. 37:1. 1 Pet. 2:14. 
Evil men. Pro. 4:14. 2 Tim. 3: 13. 
Evil generation. Deu. 1 : 35. 
Evil and adulterous generation. Mat. 

12 * 39 
Fools. ' Pro. 1 : 7. Rom. 1 : 22. 
Froward generation. Deu. 32:20. 
Generation of vipers. Mat. 3: 7. Mat. 

12 : 34. 
Grievous revolters. Jer. 6 : 28. 
Haters of God. Psa. 81:15. Rom. 1 : 

30. 
Impudent children. Eze. 2: 4. 
Inventors of evil things. Rom. 1 : 30. 
Lving children. Isa. 30 : 9. 
Men of the world. Psa. 17 : 14. 
People laden with iniquity. Isa. 1 : 4. 
Perverse and crooked generation, 

Deu. 32:5. Mat. 17:17. Phi. 2:15, 
Rebellious children. Isa. .30: 1. 
Rebellious people. Isa. 30: 9. Isa. 

65 : 2. 
Rebellious house. Eze. 2 : 5, 8. Eze. 

12:2. 
Reprobates. 2 Cor. 13:5-7. 
Scornful, The. Psa. 1:1. 
Seed of falsehood. Isa. 57 : 4. 
Seed of the wicked. Psa. 37 : 28. 
Seed of evil doers. Isa. 1 : 4. Isa. 14 : 

20. 
Serpents. Mat. 23 : 33. 
Servants of corruption. 2 Pet. 2: 19. 
Servants of sin. Jno. 8 : 34. Rom. 6 : 

20. 
Sinful generation. Mar. 8:28. 
Sinners. Psa. 26 : 9. Pro. 1 : 10. 
Sons of Belial. 1 Sam. 2: 12. 1 Kin. 

21 : 10. 
Sottish children. Jer. 4 : 22. 
Strange children. Psa. 144:7. 
Stubborn and rebellious generation. 

Psa. 78:8. 
Transgressors. Psa. 37 : 38. Psa. 51 : 13. 
Ungodly, The. Psa. 1 : 1. 
Ungodly men. Jude 4. 
Unprofitable servants. Mat. 25: 30. 



Untoward generation. Acts 2 : 40. 
Vessels of wrath. Rom. 9 : 22. 
Wicked of the earth. Psa. 75 : 8. 
Wicked transgressors. Psa. 59: 5. 
Wicked servants. Mat. 25 : 26. 
Wicked generation. Mat. 12:45. Mat, 

16:4. 
Wicked-ones. Jer. 2 : 33. 
Wicked-doers. Psa. 101 : 8. Pro. 17 : 4. 
Workers of iniquity. Psa. 28:3. Psa. 

36: 12. 

Towers. 

Origin and antiquity of. Gen. 11 : 4, 
Weee bdilt 

In cities. Jud. 9:51. 

On the walls of cities. 2C r. 14:7. 
2Chr. 26:9. 

In the forests. 2 Chr. 27 : 4. 

In the deserts. 2 Chr. 26 : 10. 

In vineyards. Isa. 5 : 2. Mat. 21 : 33, 
Frequently very high. Isa. 2: 15. 
Frequently strong and well fortified, 

Jud. 9:51, with 2 Chr. 26:9, 
Were used as armories. So. of Sol, 

4:4. 
Were used as citadels in times of war. 

Jud. 9: 51. Eze. 27:11. 
Watchmen posted on, in times of 

danger. 2 Kin. 9: 17. Hab. 2:1. 
Mentioned in Scripture; 

Babel. Gen. 11: 9. 

Edar. Gen. 35:21. 

Penuel. Jud. 8:17. 

Shechem. Jud. 9: 46. 

Thebez. Jud. 9: 50, 51. 

David. So. of Sol. 4:4. 

Lebanon. So. of Sol. 7 : 4. 

Of the furnaces. Neh. 3: 11. 

Meah. Neh. 12:39. 

Jezreel. 2 Kin. 9:17. 

Hananeel. Jer. 31 : 38. Zee. 14 : 10. 

Syene. Eze. 29 : 10. Eze. 30 : 6. 

Siloam. Luke 13: 4. 
Of Jerusalem remarkable for num- 
ber, strength and beauty. Psa. 48: 

12. 
Frequently thrown down in war. 

Jud. 8 : 17. Jud. 9 : 49. Eze. 26 : 4. 
Frequently left desolate. Isa. 32: 14. 

Zep. 3 : 6. 
Illustrative of 

God as the protector of His people. 
2 Sam. 22:3, 51. Psa. 18:2. Psa. 
61:3. 

The name of the Lord. Pro. 18: 10. 

Ministers. Jer. 6:27. 

Mount Sion. Mic. 4 : 8. 

The grace and dignity of the 
church. So. of Sol. 4: 4. So. of 
Sol. 7:4. So. of Sol. 8: 10. 

The proud and haughty. Isa. 2: 15. 
Isa. 30:25. 

Travelers, 
Called way-faring men. Jud, 19: 17. 
Isa. 35 : 8. 



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Preparations made by, alluded to 

Eze. 12:3,4. 
Often collected together and formed 
caravans. Gen. 37 : 25, Isa. 21 : 13. 
Luke 2: 44. 
Often engaged persons acquainted 
with the country as guiiies. Num. 
10:31,32. Job 29:1."). 
Friends of. 
Often supplieditheni with provision. 
Gen. 21:14. Gen. 44:1. Jer. 40:5. 
Sometimes accompanied them a 
short way. 2 Sam. 19:31. Acts 
20:38. Acts 21: 5. 
Frequently commended them to 
protection of God. Gen. 43:13, 
14. Acts 21 : 5. 
Frequently took leave of them with 

sorrow. Acts 20 : 37. Acts 21 : 6. 
Often sent them away with music. 
Gen. 31:27. 
Generally commenced their journey 

early in the morning. Jud. 19; 5. 
Generally rested at noon. Gen. 18: 1, 

3. Jno. 4 : 6. 
Halted at even. Gen. 24 : 11. 
Generally halted at wells or streams. 
Gen. 24:11. Gen. 32: 21, 23. Exo. 
15:27. 1 Sam. 30: 21. Jno. 4:6. 
Carried with them 
Provisions for the way. Jos. 9:11, 

12. Jud. 19:19. 
Provender for their beasts of bur- 
den. Gen. 42: 27. Jud. 19:19. 
Skins filled with water, wine, &c. 

Gen. 21: 14, 15. Jos. 9:13. 
Presents for those who entertained 
them. Gen. 43 : 15. 1 Kin. 10 : 2. 
2 Kin. 5:5. Mat. 2:11. 
Often traveled on foot. Gen. 28 : 10, 
with Gen. 32 : 10, Exo. 12 : 37. Acts 
20:13. 
On foot^ how attired. Exo. 12 : 11. 
After a long journey, described. Jos. 

9:4, 5, 13. 
Of distinction 
Rode on asses, camels, &c. Gen, 

22:3. Gen. 24: 64. Num. 22: 21. 
Rode in chariots. 2 Kin, 5:9. Acts 

8:27,28. 
Generally attended by running 
footmen. 1 Sam. 25: 27. (marg.) 
1 Kin. 18: 46. 2 Kin. 4 : 24. Ecc. 10: 7, 
Often preceded by heralds, &c. to 
have the roads prepared, Isa, 
40:3, 4, with Mar. 1:2,3. 
Generally performed their journey 
in great state. 1 Kin. 10: 2. 2 
Kin.5:5, 9, &c. 
Frequently oxtorted provisions by 
the way. Jud, 8 : 5, 8, 1 Sam, 25 : 
4—13. 
Before setting out gave employ- 
ment, &c. to their servants. Mat, 
25 : 14. 
Strangers civil to. Gen. 18:2, Gen. 
24 : 18, 19, 



Generally treated with great Iios- 

pitality. Gen. 18:, 3— 8. Geu. 19:2. 

Gen. 24:25, 32, 33. Exo. 2:20. .hid. 

19: 20, 21. Job 31 : 32. See Heb. 1.J: 2. 
The caravansera or public inn iot\ 

noticed. Gen, 42:27. Exo. 4:24, 

Luke 2: 7. Luke 10: 34. 
Were frequently asked whi'uce they 

came and whither they went. Jud, 

19:17, 
Protected by those who entertained 

them. Gen. 19:6— 8. Jud. 19: 23. 
For security often left the highways. 

Jud. 5 : 6. 
TessarjB hospitales or pledges of lios- 

pitality, alluded to. Rev. 2: 17. 
On errands requiring despatch 

Went with great speed. Est. 8: 10. 
Job 9 : 25. 

Saluted no man by the way. 2 Kin. 
4:29. Luke 10: 4. 
Estimated the length of their journey 

by the number of days which it 

occupied. Gen. 31:23. Deu. 1:2. 

2 Kin. 3: 9. 
The Jews prohibited from taking 

long journeys on the Sabbath. Exo, 

20: 10, with Acts 1: 12. 
Ceasing of, threatened as a calamity, 

Isa, 33: 8, 

Trees. 

Originally created by God, Gen, 1 : 

11,12. Gen. 2:9. 
Made for the glory of God. Psa, 148: 

9. 
Different kinds of, mentioned; 

Of the wood. So. of Sol. 2 : 3. 

Of the forest. Isa. 10 : 19, 

Bearing fruit. Neh.9:25. Ecc. 2:5. 
Eze. 47 : 12. 

Evergreen. Psa. 37:35. Jer. 17:2. 

Deciduous or casting the leaves. 
Isa. 6: 13. 
Of various sizes. Eze. 17: 24. 
Given as food to the animal creation. 

Gen. 1:29, 30. Deu. 20:19. 
Designed to beautify the earth. Gen, 

2 : 9, 
Parts of, mentioned; 

The roots, Jer. 17 : 8. 

The stem or trunk, Isa, 11 : 1, Isa, 
44 : 19, 

The branches. Lev. 23: 40. Dan. 4: 
14, 

The tender shoots, Luke 21 : 29, 30. 

The leaves. Isa. 6:13. Dan. 4:12. 
Mat. 21:19. . 

The fruit or seeds. Lev. 27: 30. Eze. 
36 : 30. 
Each kind has its own seed for prop- 
agating its species. Gen. 1 : 11, 12. 
Often propagated by birds who carry 

the seeds along with them. Eze. 17 : 

3,5. 
Planted by man. Lev. 19:23. 



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Each kind of, known by its fruit. 

Mat. 12:33. 
Nourished 
By the earth. Gen. 1 : 12. Gen. 2 : 9. 
By the rain from heaven. Isa. U: 

14. 
Through their own sap. Psa. 104 : 

16. 
Specially flourished beside the rivers 
and streams of water. Eze. 47 : 12. 
When cut down often sprouted from 

their roots again. Job 14: 7. 
Were sold with the land on which 

they grew. Gen. 23 : 17. 
Often suffered from 
Locusts. Exo. 10: 5, 15. Deu. 28: 42. 
Hail and frost. Exo. 9 : 25. Psa. 78 : 

47. 
Fire. Joel 1 : 19. 
Desolating armies. 2 Kin. 19 : 23. 

Isa. 10:34. 
Afford an agreeable shade in east- 
ern countries during the heat of 
the day. Gen. 18:4. Job 40: 21. 
Were cut down 
With axes. Deu. 19:5. Psa. 74:5. 

Mat. 3: 10. 
For building. 2 Kin. 6: 2. 2 Chr. 2: 

8, 10. 
By besieging armies for erecting 

forts. Deu. 20: 20. .Jer. C: 6. 
For making idols. Isa. 40:20. Isa. 

44:14,17. 
For fuel. Isa. 44: 14-16. Mat. 3: 10. 
God increases and multiples the fruit 
of, for His people. Lev. 26:4. Eze. 
34 • 27. Joel 2 : 22. 
God often renders, barren as a pun- 
ishment. Lev. 26:20. 
Early custom of planting, in conse- 
crated grounds. Gen. 21 : 33. {marg.) 
The Jews 
Prohibited from planting in con- 
secrated places. Deu. 16: 21. 
Prohibited from cutting down fruit- 
bearing, for sieges. Deu. 20:19. 
Often pitched their tents under. 

Gen. 18:1,4. Jud. 4:5. 1 Sam. 

22:6. 
Often buried under. Gen. 35 : 8. 1 

Sam. 31:13. 
Often executed criminals on. Deu. 

21 : 22, 23. Jos. 10 : 26. Gal. 3:13. 

SeeGen. 40: 19. 
Considered trees on which crimi- 
nals were executed abominable. 

Isa. 14: 19. 
Mentioned in Scripture; 
Almond. Gen. 43: 11. Ecc. 12:5. 

Jer. 1:11. ' 
Almng or algum. 1 Kin. 10: 11, 12. 

2 Chr. 9:10, II. 
Apple. So. of Sol. 2 : 3. So. of Sol. 

8:5. Joel 1:12. 
Ash. Isa. 44: 14. 
Bay. Psa. 37 : 35. 
Box. Isa. 41 : 19, 



Cedar. 1 Kin. 10:27. 

Chestnut. Ezo. 31 : 8. 

Cyprus. Isa. 44:14. 

Fi.g. Deu. 8: 8. 

Fir. 1 Kin. 5: 10. 2 Kin. 19:23. 

Psa. 104: 17. 
Juniper. IKin. 19:4, 5. 
Lign-aloes. Num. 24: 6. 
Mulberry. 2 Sam. 5 : 23, 24. 
Myrtle. Isa. 41: 19. Isa. 55: 13. 

Zee. 1 : 8. 
Mustard. Mat. 13:32. 
Oak. Isa. 1 : 30. , 

Oil-tree. Isa. 41:19. 
Olive. Deu. 6:11. 
Palm. Exo. 15 : 27. 
Pine. Isa. 41 : 19. 

Pomegranate. Deu. 8: 8. Joel 1 : 12. 
Shittah or shittim. Exo. 36:20. Isa. 

41 : 19. 
Sycamore. 1 Kin. ,10: 27. Psa. 78: 

47. Amos 7 : 14. Luke 19 : 4. 
Teil. Isa. 6:13. 
Vine. Num. 6 : 4. Exe. 15 : 2. 
Willow. Isa. 44:4. Eze. 17-5. 
Solomon wrote the history of J Kin. 

4 : 33. 
Illu.strative 
Of Christ. Rom. 11 : 24. Rev. 2 : 7. 

Rev. 22:2, 14. 
Of wisdom. Pro. 3: 18. 
Of kings, &c. Isa. 10:34. Eze. 17: 

24. Eze. 31 : 7-10. Dan. 4 : 10-14. 
Of the life and conversation of tlie 

righteous. Pro. 11 : 30. Pro. 15 : 4. 
(Green.) of the innocence of Christ. 

Luke 23: 31. 
(Good and fruitful,) of saints. Num. 

24 : 6. Psa. 1 : 3. Isa. 61 : 3. Jer. 

17:8. Mat. 7:17, 18. 
(Evergreen,) of saints. Psa. 1 : 1—3. 
(^Duration of,) of continued pros- 
perity of saints. Isa. 65 : 22. 
(Casting their leaves yet retainnig 

their substance,) of the elect 

remnant in the church. Isa. 6: 13. 
(Barren.) of the wicked. Hos. 9:16. 
(Shaking of the leaves off,) of the 

terror of the wicked. Isa. 7 : 2. 
(Producing evil fruit,) of the 

wicked. Mat. 7:17— 19. 
(Dry,) of useless persons. Isa. .56: 

3- 
(Dry,) of the wicked ripe tor judg- 
ment. Luke 23: 31. 

Trespass offering. 
Esteemed as a sin offering, and 
frequently so called. Lev. 5:6,9. 
To BE offered 
For concealing knowledge of a 

crime. Lev. 5: 1. 
For involuntarily touching unclean 

things. Lev. 5 : 2, 3. 
For rash swearing. Lev. 5:4. 
For sins of ignorance in holy 
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For any sin of ignorance. Lev. 5 : 

n. 

For breach of trust, or fraud. Lev. 
0:2-5. 
Was a most holy offering. Lev. 14: 

13. 
Consisted of 
A she lamb or kid. Lev. 5:6. 
A ram without blemish. Lev. 5: 15. 

Lev. (i: 6. 
Two turtle doves by those unable 

to bring a lamb. Lev. 5 : 7—10. 
A meat offering by the very poor. 
Lev. 5: 11-13. 
JJeing for minor offences was lessened 
for the poor, not so the sin offer- 
ing. Lev. 5 eh. with Lev. 4 ch. 
Htonement made by. Lev. 5: 6, 10, 

13, 16, 18. Lev. 6 : 7. Lev. 19 : 22. 
ikccompanied by confession. Lev. 

5: 5. 
(jcenerally accompanied by restitu- 
tion. Lev. 5:16. Lev. 6: 5. 
To be slain where the sin oft'ering 
and burnt oft'ering were slain. Lev. 
14: 13. Eze. 40: 39. 
i sometimes waved alive before the 

Lord. Lev. 14 : 12, with 13 v. 
Special occasions of offering; 
Cleansing of a leper. Lev. 14: 2, 

12-14, 21, 22. 
Purification of women. Lev. 12: 

G-8. 
Purification of those with issues. 

Lev. 15 : 14, 15. 
Purification of Nazarites who had 

broken their vow. Num. 6: 12. 
For connection with a betrothed 
bondmaid. Lev. 19 : 20-22. 
Was the peniuisites of the priest. 

Lev. 14:13. Eze. 44:29. 
Illustrative of Christ. Isa. 53: 10. 
Eze. 4*: 20. 

Tribes of Israel, The. 

Were twelve in number. Gen. 49:28. 

Acts 26: 12. Jas. 1:1. 
Descended from Jacob's sons. Gen. 

35 : 22-26. 
llanasseh and Ephraim numbered 

among, instead of Joseph and Levi. 

Gen. 48:. 5. Jos. 14 : 3, 4. 
Predictions respecting each of. Gen. 

49:3-27. Deu. 33:6-35. 

15ACH OF, 

Under a president or chief. Num. 

1 : 4-16. 
Divided into families. Num. 1 : 2. 

Num. 26: 5-50. Jos. 7:14. 
Usually furnished an equal number 

of men for war. Num. 31 : 4. 
]2acli family of, had a chief or head. 

Num. 36:1. 1 Chr. 4 : 38. 
Total strength of, on leaving Egypt. 
Exo. 12:37. Num. 1:44— 46. Num. 
2:32 



Divided into four divisions while in 
tlie wilderness. Num. 10: 14— 28, 

Encamped in their divisions and by 
their standards round the taber- 
nacle. Num. 2: 2—31. 

Canaan to bo divided amongst ac- 
cording to their numbers. Num. 
33:. 54. 

Reuben, Gad and halfManasseh 
Settled on east side of Jordan. 

Deu. 3 : 12-17. Jos. 13 : 23-.32. 
Were required to assist in sub- 
duing Canaan. Num. 32: 6-32. 
Deu. 3 : 18-20. 

Total strength of, on entering the 
land of Canaan. Num. 26: 51. 

Canaan divided amongst nine and a 
half of, by lot. Jos. 14:1-5. 

Situation of, and bounds of the in- 
heritance of each. Jos. 15 ch. to 
Jos. 17 ch. 

All inheritance to remain in the tribe 
and family to which allotted. Num. 
36:3-9. 

Names of, engraven on the breast- 
plate of the high priest. Exo. 28: 
21. Exo. 39:14. 

Divided on mounts Ebal and Gerizim 
to hear the law. Deu. 27 : 12, 13. 

Remained as one people until the 
reign of Rehoboam. 1 Kin. 12: 16 
-20. 

Tribute. 

Sometimes exacted by kings from 

their own subjects. 1 Sam. 8: 10— 

17. 
Exacted from all conquered nations. 

Jos. 16:10. Jud. 1:30, 33, 35. 2 

Kin. 23:33, 35. 
Often exacted in 

Labor. 1 Kin. 5: 13, 14. (maro.) 1 
Kin. 9: 15: 21. 

Produce of land, &c. 1 Sam. 8: 
15. 1 Kin. 4:7. 

Gold and silver. 2 Kin. 23 : 33, .35. 
The Jews required to pay half a 

shekel to God as. Exo. 30:12-10. 
Christ to avoid offence wrought a 

miracle to pay, for Himself and 

Peter. Mat. 17 : 24 -27. 
Kings of Israel 

Forbidden to levy unnecessary or 
oppressive. Deu. 17 : 17. 

Set oflScers over. 2 Sam. 20:24. 1 
Kin. 4: 6, 7. 

Often oppressed the people with. 1 
Kin. 12:4,11. 
When oppressive frequently led lo 

rebellion. 1 Kin. 12: 14-20. 
Priests and Levites exempted from. 

Ezr. 7 : 24. 
Ro.man, 

Decree of .\ugustus for. Luke 2: 1. 

First levied in Judea when Cyronius 
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Persons enrolled for, in the native 
place of their tribe and family. 
Luke 2 : 3—0. 

Collected bv the Publicans. Luke 
3:12,1.3. Lake."): 27. 

Was paid in Roman coin. Mat. 22: 
19, 20. 

Was resisted by the Galileans under 
Judas of Galilee. Acts 5 : 37, with 
Luke 13: 1. 

Christ showed to the Pharisees and 
Herodians the propriety of pay- 
ing. Mat. 22:15-22. Mar. 12: 
13-17. 

Our L.)rd falsely accused of forbid- 
ding to pay. Luke 23: 2. 
All saints exhorted to pay. Rom. 13: 

6,7. 

Trinity, The. 

Doctrine of proved from Scriptuie. 
Mat. 3:16, 17. Mat. 2S:19. Rom. 
8:9. 1 Cor. 12:3-0. 2 Cor. 13:14. 
Eph. 4: 4— fi. 1 Pet. 1 : 2. Jude 20, 
21. Rev. 1 : 4, .^. 
Divine titles applied to the three 
Persons in. Exo. 20:2 with Jno. 
20 : 28, and Acts 5 : 3, 4. 
Each person in, described as 
Eternal. Rom. 16: 26, with Rev, 22: 

13, and Heb. 9: 14. 
Holy. Rev. 4:8. Rev. 15: 4, with 

Acts 3: 14, andl Jno. 2:20. 
True. Jno. 7:28, with Rev. 3:7. 
Omnipresent. Jer.23:24, with Eph. 

1:23, and Psa. 139:7. 
Omnipotent. Gen. 17: 1, with Rev. 

1 : 8, and Rom. 15 : 19. Jer. 32 : 17, 

with Heb. 1 : 3, and Luke 1 : 35. 
Omniscient. Acts 15: 18, with Jno. 

21:17, andl Cor. 2:10, 11. 
Creator. " Gen. 1 : 1, with Col. 1 : 16, 

and Job 33 : 4. Psa. 148: 5, with 

Jno. 1:3, and Job 26: 13. 
Sanctifier. Jude 1, with Heb. 2: 11, 

and 1 Pet. 1:2. 
Author of all spiritual operations. 

Heb. 13: 21, with Col. 1 : 29, and 1 

Cor. 12:11. 
Source of eternal life. Rom. 6: 23, 

with Jno. 10: 28, and Gal. 6: 8. 
Teacher. Isa. .54 : 13, with Luke 21 : 

15, and Jno. 14:26. Isa. 48:17, 

with Gal. 1 : 12, and 1 Jno. 2 : 20. 
Raising Chi-ist from the dead. 1 

Cor. 6:14, with Jno. 2: 19, and 1 

Pet. 3:18. 
Inspiring the prophets, &c. Heb. 

1: 1, with 2 Cor. 13: 3, and Mar. 

13:11. 
Supplying ministers to the Church. 

Jer. 3:15, with Eph. 4:11, and 

Acts 20: 28. Jer. 20:5, with Mat. 

10:5, and Acts 13: 2. 
Salvation the work of. 2 The. 2: 13, 
14. Tit. 3: 4-6. 1 Pet. 1 : 2. 



Baptism administered in name of. 

Mat. 28: 19. 
Benediction given in name of. 2 Cor 

13: 14. 

Trumpet. 
An instrument of music. 1 Chr. 13: 8. 
Called the trump. 2 Cor. 15 : 52. 
Made OF 
Rams' horns. Jos. 6:4. 
Silver. Num. 10:2. 
Required to give an intelligible and 

understood sound. 1 Cor. 14 : 8. 
Used for 
Regulating the journeys of the 
children of Israel. Num. 10:2, 
5, 6. 
Calling assemblies. Num. 10:2, 3,7. 
Blowing over the sacrifices on feast 

day. Num. 10 : 10. Psa. 81 : 3. 
Blowing at all religious processions 
and ceremonies. 1 Chr. 13:8. 1 
Chr. 15 : 24, 28. 2 Chr. 5 : 13. 2 Chr. 
15:14. 
Assembling the people to war. Jud. 

3 : 27. 
Sounding for a memorial when the 
people went into battle. Num. 
10:9. Num. 31:6,7. 
Proclaiming kings. 2 Kin. 9: 13. 2 

Kin. 11: 14. 
Giving alarm in cases of danger. 
Eze. 33:2-6." 
Moses commanded to make two, for 

the tabernacle. Num. 10:2. 
Solomon made a great many, for the 
service of tlie temple. 2 Chr. 5: 12. 
The priests to blow the sacred. Num. 

10:8. 2 Chr. 5:12. 2 Chr. 7:6. 
The feast of trumpets celebrated by 
blowingof. Lev. 23:24. Num. 29:1. 
The jubilee introduced by blowing 

of. Lev. 25 : 9. 
Miracles connected with 
Fallingof the walls of Jericho. Jos. 

6:20. 

Heard at Mount Sinai at giving of 

the law. Exo. 19 : 16. Exo. 20 : 18. 

Confusion produced in tlie camp of 

the Midianites by sound of. Jud. 

7 : 16, 22. 

The war-horse acquainted with the 

sound of. Job .39: 24, 25. 
Sounding of, illustrative of 
God's power to raise the dead. 1 

Cor. 15:. 52. 1 The. 4: 16. 
The proclamation of the gospel. 

Psa. 89: 15. 
The bold and faithful preaching of 
ministers. Isa. 58:1. Hos. 8:1. 
Joel 2:1. 
The latter day judgments. Rev. 8: 
2,13. 

Trust. 

God is the true object of. Psa. 63: 5. 
The fear of God leads to. Pro. 14 : 26. 



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Encouragements to; 
Tiie everlasting strength of God. 

Isa. 20:4. 
The goodness of God. Nah. 1 : 7. 
The loviug-kinduess of God. Psa. 

3(5:7. 
The rich bounty of God. 1 Tim. G: 

17. 
The care of God for us. 1 Pet. 5 : 7. 
Former deliverances. Psa. 9:10. 2 
Cor. 1 : 10. 
Should be with the whole heart. Pro. 

3 : 5. 
Should be from youth up. Psa. 71 : 5. 

Of SAINT.'i IS 

Not in the flesh. Phi. 3 : 3, 4. 
Not in themselves. 2 ('or. 1 : 9. 
Not in carnal weapons. 1 Sam. 17 : 

38, 39, 45. Psa. 44 : 6. 2 Cor. 10 : 4. 
In God. Psa. 11:1. Psa. 31 : 14. 2 

Cor. 1:9. 
In the word of God. Psa. 119: 42. 
In the mercy of God. Psa. 13 : 5. 

Psa. 52 : 8. 
In Christ. Eph. 3: 12. 
Through Christ. 2 Cor. 3:4. 
Grounded on the covenant. 2 Sam. 

23:5. 
Strong in the prospect of death. 

Psa. 23: 4. 
Fixed. 2 Sam. 22:3. Psa. 112:7. 
Unalterable. Job 13: 15. 
Despised by the wicked. Isa. 36:4, 

7. 
For ever. Psa. 52: 8. Psa. 62: 8. 

Isa. 26: 4. 
Saints plead, in prayer. Psa. 25:20. 

Psa. 31:1. Psa. 141:8. 
The Lord knows those wlio have. 

Nah. 1 : 7. 
Exhortations to. Psa. 4:5. Psa. 115: 

9-11. 
Leads to 
Being compassed with mercy. Psa. 

32 : 10. 
Enjoyment of perfect peace. Isa. 

26:3. 
Enjoyment of all temporal and 

spiritual blessings. Isa. 57:13. 
Enjoyment of happiness. Pro. 16: 

20. 
Rejoicing in God. Psa. 5:11. Psa. 

33:21. 
Fulfilment of all holy desires. Psa. 

37:5. 
Deliverance from enemies. Psa. 37 : 

40. 
Safety in times of danger. Pro. 29: 

25. 
Stability. Psa. 125:1. 
Prosperity. Pro. 28:25. 
Keeps from 
Fear. Psa. 56 : 11. Isa. 12 : 2.Heb.l3 : 6. 
Sliding. Psa. 26:1. 
Desolation. Psa. 34:22. 
To be accompanied by doing good. 
Psa. 37 : 3. 



Blessedness of placing, in God. Psa. 

2:12. Psa. 34 : 8. Psa. 40 : 4. Jer. 17 : 7. 
Of the wicked 

Is not in God. Psa. 78 : 22. Zep. 3 : 2. 

Is in idols. Isa. 42: 17. Hab. 2:18. 

Is in man. Jud. 9: 26. Psa. Il8: 8, 9. 

Is in their own heart. Pro. 28:26. 

Is in their own righteousness. Luke 
IS : 9, 12. 

Is in vanity. Job 15:31. Isa. 59:4. 

Is in falsehood. Isa. 28: 15. Jer. 13: 
25. 

Is in earthly alliances. Isa. 30:2. 
Eze.l7:15. 

Is in wealth. Psa. 49: 6. Psa. 52: 7, 
Pro. 11 : 28. Jer. 48: 7. Mar. 10:24. 

Is vain and delusive. Isa. 30: 7. Jer. 
2 : 37. 

Shall make them ashamed. Isa. 20: 
5. Isa. 30:3, 5. Jer. 48:1.3. 

Shall be destroyed. Job 18: 14. Isa. 
28: 18. 
Woe and curse of false. Isa. 30: 1, 2. 

Isa. 31:l-.3. Jer. 17:5. 
Of saints— Illustrated. Psa. 91 : 12. 

Pro. 18 : 10. 
Of the wicked— Illustrated. 2 Kin. 

18:21. Job 8: 14. 
Of saints — Exemplified. David, 1 

Sam. 17 : 45. 1 Sam. 30: 6. Hezekiah, 

2 Kin. 18 : 5. Jehoshaphat , 2 Chr. 20: 

12. Shddrach, die. Dan. 3:28. Paul, 

2 Tim. 1:12. 
Of the wicked— Exemplified. Goliath, 

1 Sam. 17 : 43—45. Benhaclad, 1 Kin. 

20: 10, Sennacherib, 2 Chr. 32:8. 

Israelites, Isa. 31 : 1. 

Troth. 

God is a God of. Deu. 32 : 4. Psa. 31 : 5. 
Christ is. Jno. 14 : 6, with Jno. 7 : 18. 
Christ was full of. Jno. 1 : 14. 
Christ spake. Jno. 8:45. 
The Holy Ghost is the Spirit of. Jno 

14: 17. 
The Holy Ghost guides into all. Jno 

16:13. 
The word of God is. Dan. 10:21. Jno. 

17:17. 
God regards, with favor. Jer. 5: 3. 
The judgments of God are according 

to. Psa. 96: 13. Rom. 2:2. 
Saints should 

Worship God in. Jno. 4: 24, with 
Psa. 145:18. 

Serve God in. .Jos. 24 : 14. 1 Sam. 
12:24. 

Walk before God in. 1 Kin. 2: 4. 2 
Kin. 20:3. 

Keep religious feasts with. 1 Cor. 
5:8. 

Esteem, as inestimable. Pro. 23:23. 

Rejoice in. 1 Cor. 13:6. 

Speak, to one another. Zee. 8: 16. 
Eph. 4 : 25. 

Meditate upon. Phi. 4 : 8. 



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Write, upon the tables of the heart. 
Pro. 3 : 3. 
God desires in the heart. Psa. 51 : 6. 
The fruit of the Spirit is in. Eph. 5 : 9. 
Ministers should 

Speak. 2 Cor. 12 : 6. Gal. 4 : 16. 

Teach in. 1 Tim. 2:7. 

Approve themselves by. 2 Cor. 4: 2. 
2Cor. 6:7, 8. 2 Cor. 7:14. 
Magistrates should be men of. Exo. 

18:21. 
Kings are preserved by. Pro. 20: 28. 
They who speak, 

Show forth righteousness. Pro. 12: 
17. 

Shall be established. Pro. 12 : 19. 

Are the delight of God. Pro. 12: 22. 
The wicked 

Destitute of. Hos. 4:1. 

Speak not. Jer. 9 : 5. 

Uphold not. Isa. 59: 14, 15. 

Plead not for. Isa. 59:4. 

Are not valiant for. Jer. 9:3. 

Punished for want of. Jer. 9: 5, 9. 
Hos. 4:1. 
The GOSPEL as, 

Camo by Christ. Jno. 1 : 17. 
Christ bear witness to. Jno. 18 : 37. 
Is in Christ. Rom. 9:1. 1 Tim. 2:7. 
John bear witness to. Jno 5: 33. 
Is according to godliness. Tit. 1: 1. 
Is sanctifying. Jno. 17: 17, 19. 
Is purifying. 1 Pet. 1 : 22. 
Is part of the Christian armor. Eph. 

6:14. 
Revealed abundantly to saints. Jer. 

33:6. 
Abides continually with saints. 2 

Jno. 2. 
Should be acknowledged. 2 Tim. 2: 

25. 
Should be believed. 2 The. 2: 12, 13. 

1 Tim. 4:3. 
Should be obeyed. Rom. 2:8. Gal. 

3:1. 
Should be loved. 2 The. 2 : 10. 
Should be manifested. 2 Cor. 4 : 2. 
Should be rightly divided. 2 Tim. 2 : 

1.5. 
The wicked turn away from. 2 Tim. 

4:4. 
The wicked resist. 2 Tim. 3 : 8. 
The wicked destitute of. 1 Tim. 6 : 5. 
The church is tlie pillar and ground 

of. 1 Tim. 3: 15. 
The devil is devoid of. Jno. 8:44. 

Truth of God, The. 
Is one of His attributes. Deu. 32: 4. 

Isa. 65 : 16. 
Always goes before His face. Psa. 89: 

14. 
He keeps, for ever. Psa. 146 : 6. 
Described as 

Great. Psa. 57 : 10. 

Plenteous. Psa. 86:15. 

Abundant. Exo. 84: 6. 



Inviolable. Num. 23 : 19. Tit. 1 : 2. 
Reaching to the clouds. Psa. 57 : 10. 
Enduring to all generations, Ps,a. 

100 : 5. 
United with mercy in redemption. 

Psa. 85:10. 
Exhibited in His 
Counsels of old. Isa. 25 : 1. 
Ways. Rev. 15:3. 
Works. Psa. 33:4. Psa. 111:7. Dan. 

4:37. 
Judicial statutes. Psa, 19:9. 
Administration of justice. Psa. 96: 

13. 
Word. Psa. 119: 160. Jno. 17: 17. 
Fulfilment of promises in Christ 

2 Cor. 1 : 20. 
Fulfilment of His covenant. Mic. 7: 

20. 
Dealings with saints. Psa. 25 : 10. 
Deliverance of saints. Psa. 57 : 3. 
Punishment of the wicked. Rev. 

16:7. 
Remembered toward saints. Psa. 98: 

3. 
Is a shield and buckler to saints. 

Psa. 91 : 4. 
We should 
Confide in. Psa. 31 : 5. Tit. 1 : 2. 
Plead, in prayer. Psa. 89 : 49. 
Pray for its manifestation to our- 
selves. 2Chr, 6:17. 
Pray for its exhibition to others. 2 

Sam. 2: 6. 
Make known to others. Isa. 38 : 19. 
Magnify. Psa. 71 : 22. Psa. 138:2. 

Is DENIED BT 

The devil. Gen. 3: 4, .5. 
The self-righteous. 1 Jno. 1 : 10. 
Unbelievers. 1 Jno. 5 : 10. 
Exemplified towards Abraham, Gen. 
24: 27. Jacob, Gen. 32: 10. Israel, 
Psa. 98:3. 

Types of Christ. 

Adam. Rom. 5: 14. 1 Cor. 15:45. 
Abel. Gen. 4 : 8, 10. Heb. 12 : 24. 
Abraham. Gen. 17 : 5, with Eph. 3 : 15. 
Aaron. Exo. 28: 1, with Heb. 5: 4, 5. 

Lev. 16: 15, with Heb. 9: 7, 24. 
Ark. Gen. 7: 16, with 1 Pet. 3: 20, 21. 
Ark of the covenant. Exo. 25: 16, with 

Psa. 40:8. Isa. 42:6. 
Atonement, sacrifices offered on the 

day of. Lev. 16: 15, 16, with Heb. 9: 

12, 24. 
Brazen serpent. Num. 21 : 9, with Jno. 

3 : 14, 15. 
Brazen altar. Exo. 27: 1, 2, with Heb. 

13 : 10. 
Burnt offering. Lev. 1 : 2, -J, with Heb. 

10: 10. 
Cities of refuge. Num. 35: 6, witl 

Heb. 6:18. 
David. 2 Sam. 8: 15, with Eze. 37 : 24.| 

Psa. 89: 19, 20, with Phi. 2:9. 



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Eliakim. Isa. 22: 20-22, with Rev. 

3:7. 
First-fruits. Exo. 22: 29, with 1 Cor. 

15 : 20. 
Golden candlestick. Exo. 2.5: 31, with 

Jno. 8: 12. 
Golden altar. Exo. 40: .'>, 26, 27, with 

Rev. 8:3, and Hob. 13: 1.5. 
Isiac. Gen. 22: 1, 2, with Heb. 11: 

17-19. 
Jacob. Gen. 32: 28, with Jno. 11: 42. 

Heb. 7:25. 
Jacob's ladder. Gen. 28: 12, with Jno. 

1:51. 
Joseph. Geu. 50 : 19, 20, with Heb. 7 : ,52. 
Joshua. Jos. 1 : 5, 6, with Heb. 4 : 8, 9. 

Jos. 11 : 23, with Acts 20: 32. 
Jonah. Jon. 1 : 17, with Mat. 12: 40. 
Laver of brass. Exo. 30: 18—20, with 

Zee. 13:1. Eph. 5:26,