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15. 8 Their widows are increased to me above
30. 14 thine iniquity, .thy sins were increased
30.15 thy sins were increased, I have done these
2. To be or become fruitful, m,9 parah.
Exod23. 30 until thou be increased, and inherit the 1.
3. 16 when ye be multiplied and increased in
8. To break forth, up, in, fnp parats.
Gen. 30. 30 and it is. .increased untoa multitude; and
i. to and his substance is increased in the laud
4. Abundance, multitude, greatness, 21 rob.
Hos. 4 . 7 they were increased, so they sinned against
5. To be many, multiplied, 33-1 rabab.
Psa. 3- i LORD, how are they increased that trouble
T? i
4 7 tune., their corn and their wine increased
tfocl. 5 . n they are increased that eat them- and
6. To be many, multiplied, na-j rabah.
Gen. 7 . 18 the waters, .were increased greatly upo 1 sa. 49. 16 when the glory of his house is increasec
Ezra 9. 6 for our iniquities are increased over
Jer. 29. 6 that ye may be increased there, aad not
l)an. I2 . 4 shall run., and knowledge shall be -ncreas
INCREASED with good*, to be
To be or wax rich or wealthy, ir\ovr(<a plouteo.
Rev. 3 . 17 I am rich, and increased with goods, an
INCREDIBLE thing
Not to be believed, Zirurros apistos.
Acts 26. 8 Why should it be thought a thing incred
INCURABLE
l.To be sickly, mortal, desperate, s?;x anash.
Job 34. 6 my wound (is) incurable without transgre
Jer. 15. 18 Whyis my pain., andmy wound incurabl
30. 1 2 Thy bruise (is) incurable . . thy wound (is
30. 15 /;hy sorrow (is)incurableforthe multitud
Mic. i. 9 wound (is) incurable; for it is come unto
Z.There is no healing, ngi? px en marpe.
2 Ch.2i. 18 LORD smote him., with an incurable disc
INDEBTED, to be
To be indebted, o(j)fi\ca opheilo.
Luken. 4 we also forgive everyone that is indebted
INDEED
\.Jiut, verily, Vax. abal.
Gen. 17. 19 Sarah thy wife shallbearthee asonindeed
2 Sa. 14. 5 (am) indeed a widow woman, and mine h
2. Surely, truly, indeed, nj?x omnah.
Gen. 20. 12 indeed (she is) my sister; she (is) the da
Josh. 7. 20 Indeed I have sinned against the LORD G
3. Surely, truly, indeed, OJI?K omnam.
Job 19. 4 be it indeed (that) I have erred, mine er.
19. 5 If indeed ye will magnify, .against me, and
4.Surely, truly, indeed, c-?x umnam.
Nuni22. 37 am I not able indeed to promote thee to h
1 Ki. 8. 27 But will God indeed dwell on the earth.
Psa. 58. i Do ye indeed speak righteousness, O con.
5. Truly, aA.7j9o>s alftJios.
John i. 47 Behold an Israelite indeed, in whom is no
4. 42 we. .know that this is indeed the Christ
6. 55 is meat [indeed,] and my blood is drink in
7. 26 Do the rulers know indeed that this is the
8. 31 continue, .(then) are ye my disciples ind.
Q.But, a\\d alia.
2 Co. ii. i bear with me. .and indeed bear with me
7. For, ydp gar.
Rom. 8. 7 for it is not subject, .neither indeed can
i Th. 4. 10 indeed ye do it toward all the brethren
8. Indeed, fj.fv men.
Matt. 3. ii I indeed baptize you with wateruntorep.
13. 32 Which indeed is the least of all seeds; but
20. 23 Ye shall drink indeed of my cup, and be
23. 27 like unto whited sepulchres, which indeed
26. 41 spirit indeed (is) willing, but the flesh (is) Mark i. 8 I
[indeed] have baptized you with water
10. 39 Ye shall [indeed] drink of the cup that I d.
14. 21 The Son of man indeed goeth, as it is wr.
Luke 3. 16 I indeed baptize you with water ; but one
11. 48 they indeed killed them, and ye build th.
23. 41 we indeed justly ; for we receive the due
Acts 4. 16 that indeed a notable miracle hath been
ii. 16 John indeed baptized with water ; but ye
22. 9 they that were with me saw indeed the
Rom. 6. 1 1 to be dead indeed unto sin, but alive unto
14. 20 All things indeed (are) pure ; but (it is)
1 Co. ii. 7 a man indeed ought not to cover (his) h.
2 Co. 8. 17 indeed he accepted the exhortation ; but
Phil. i. i s Some indeed preach Christ even of envy
3. i ; Col. 2. 23 ; i Pe. 2. 4.
9. And, Kaikai, Mark 9. 13: Phil. 2. 27.
IQ.Certainly, UVTUS ontos.
Markn. 32 counted John, that he was a prophet ind.
Luke 24. 34 The Lord is risen indeed, and hath appe. John 8. 36 shall make you free, ye shall be free bid.
i Ti. 5. 3 Honour widows that are widows indeed
5. 5 she that is a widow indeed, and desolate
5. 16 it may relieve them that are widows ind.
[See also Neither.]
IN-DI-A, nrr.
This country was the liniit of the territories of Ahasuerus
in the east, as was Ethiopia in the west. The names in
Herodotus are similarly connected. The Hebrew form
Hoddu is an abbreviation of Honadu, which is identi
cal with the names of the Indies, Hindu, or Sindhu as
well as with the ancient name of the country Hapta-
Hendu, as it appears in the Vendidad. The India of
the book of Estl>er is the Punjab, and perhaps Sind, i.e., the India which Herodotus described as forming part
of the Persian empire under Darius, and the India con
quered by Alexander the Great.
Esth. i. i Ahasuerus which reigned from I. even
8. 9 provinces which (are) from I. unto Ethio.
INDIGNATION
l.fndignatimi, insolence, Djf] zaam.
Psa. 69. 24 Pouroutthine indignationuponthem.and
78. 49 the fierceness of his anger, wrath, and in.
102. 10 Because of thine indignation and thy wr!
Isa. 10. 5 the staff in their hand is mine indignation
10. 25 the indignation shall cease, and mine an.
Isa. 13. 5 LORD, and the weapons of his indi;niattoH
26. 20 hide thyself.. until the indignation be over
30. 27 his lips are full of indignation, and his t
Jer. 10. 10 nations shall not be able to abide hi.i md
15. 17 for thou hast filled me with indignatioi
50. 25 hath brought forth the weapons of his in.
Lam. 2. 6 hath despised in the indignation of his
tzo. 21. 31 I will pour out mine indignation upon
22. 24 nor rained upon in the day of indignation
22. 31 have I poured out mine indignation upon Dan. 8. 19 what shall be in the last end of th i;i Ii -
ii. 36 shall prosper till the indignation be acco.
Jsah. i. 6 \Vhocanstandbefore his indignation? and Hab 3 . I2 Thou didst march through the land in in
/eph. 3 . 8 to pour upon them mine indignation . .all
2. To be indignant, insolent, cyj zaam.
Isa. 66. 14 and (his) indignation toward his enemies
3. Wrath, rage, raging, r\yi zaaph.
Isa. 30. 30 show. . with the indignation of (his) anger
Mic. 7 . 9 I will bear the indignation of the LORD
4. Heat, fury, ,17,1 chemah.
Esth. 5. Q he was full of indignation against Morde.
5.A nger, sadness, provocation, pyj kaas.
Job 10. 17 and increasest thine indignation upon me
6. Wrath, ^ qetseph.
Deut 29. 28 LORD rooted them out. .in great indigna
2 Ki. 3 . 27 there was great indignation against Israel
Isa. 34. 2 the indignation of the LORD (is) upon all
7 . Indignation, ayavaKrijcris aganaktesis.
2 Co. 7. ii indignation, yea.. fear, yea.. vehement de.
8.Zeal, TJ\OS zelos.
Acts 5 . 17 rose up. .and were filled with indignation
Heb.io. 27 fiery indignation, which shall devour the
9. Wrath, 6vu6s thumos.
Rom. 2. 8 obey unrighteousness, indignation and
10. Anger, bpyi} or;/?.
Rev. 14. 10 without mixture into the cup of his iadig.
INDIGNATION, to have, be moved with
l.To have indignation, ayavatcrtta ayanakteG.
Matt 20. 24 they were moved with indignation against
26. 8 when his disciples saw (it), they had ind.
Marki 4 . 4 there were some that had indignation with
l.To be indignant, insolent, cyi zaam.
Dan. ii. 30 have indignation against the holy coven.
Zech. i. 12 against which thou hast had indignation
Mai. i. 4 people against whom the LORD hath ind.
INDIGNATION, to take
To be angry, sad, cy$ kaas.
!Neh. 4. i he was wroth, and took great indignation
INDIGNATION, with
To have indignation, ayaisaKTtea aganakted.
Luksi3. 14 ruler of the synagogue answered with in.
INDITE, to
To bubble up, bring forth, indite, vrri rachash.
Psa. 45. i My heart is inditing a good matter: I sp.
INDUSTRIOUS
A doer of work, npi^o rayy osfh melakah. [ttsah].
i Ki.n. 28 seeing the young man that he was Indus.
INEXCUSABLE
Without apology or
Rom. excuse,a.vouro\6yi]TO<i anapolog. 2. i thou art inexcusable, O man, whosoever
INFAMOUS
Unclean or defiled of name, CBTT nxcp [tame].
Eze. 22. 5 near.. shall mock thee.. infamous.. much
INFAMY
Evil account or report, n;n dibbah.
Prov 25. 10 put thee to shame, and thine infamy turn
Eze. 36. 3 taken up in the lips, .and (are) an infamy
INFANT
.Suckling infant, hiy ul.
Isa. 65. 20 There shall be no more thence an infant
.Suckling, infant, fyftV^Pafo^ olal.
1 Sa. 15. 3 slay both man and woman, infant and su.
Job 3. 16 not been ; as infants (which) never saw
Hos. 13. 16 their infants shall be dashed in pieces
.Babe, infant, @pt<pos brephos.
Luke 18. 15 they brought unto him also infants, that
INFERIOR
.Low, lower, jnx ara.
Dan. 2. 39 after, .shallariseanotherkingdominferior
.To fall, "75} naphal.
Job 12. 3 I (am) not inferior to you : yea, who kno.
13. 2 do I know also: I (am) not inferior unto
INFERIOR, to be
"o be less, worse, inferior, ijrTaofj.ai hettaomai.
2 Co. 12. 13 what is it wherein ye were inferior to
INFIDEL
\ot believing, &iri<rros apistos.
2 Co. 6. 15 or what, .he that believeth with an Infid
i Ti. 5. 8 denied the faith, and is worse than an >n.
INFINITE
,Ao number, 199? j X en mispar.
Psa. 147. 5 of great power- his understanding is) in
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INFIRMITY 514 INHABITED
2. No end, fj3 J x en gets.
Job 22. 5 wickedness great .thine iniquities infinite?
Z.No end, nvp \"vt en qetseh.
Nah. 3. 9 Ethiopia and Egypt . . strength and . . infln.
INFIRMITY
1. To be sick, menstruous, nrj davah.
Lev. 12. 2 to the days of the separation for her infl.
2. To sicken, appease, weaken, n^n chalah, 3.
Psa. 77. 10 And I said, This (is) my infirmity . .the
S.Sickness, disease, nWp machaleh.
Prov 18. 14 The spirit of a man will sustain his infir.
4. Weakness, iurQevtia. asthenfia.
Matt. 8. 17 Himselftook mirinnrmities. and bare(our)
Luke 5. 15 to be healed by him of their infirmities
8. i which had been healed of. .infirmities
13. ii there was a woman which had a spirit of in.
13. 12 Woman, thou art loosed from thine intir
John 5. 5 which had an infirmity thirty;and eight y.
Rom. 6. 19 because of the infirmity of your flesh : for
8. 26 Likewise the Spirit also helpeth our inttr.
2 Co. 1 1. 30 glory of the things which concern mine in.
12. 5 of myself I will not glory, but in mine in.
12. 9 will I rather glory in my infirmities, that
12. 10 Therefore I take pleasure in infirmities, in
Gal. 4. 13 Ye know how through infirmity of the fi.?
i Ti. 5. 23 for thy stomach s sake and thine often in.
Heb. 4. 15 be touched with the feeling of our infirm.
5. 2 that he himself also is compassed with in.
7. 28 law maketh. .high priests which have in
6. Weakness, aff0fV7]fj.a asthtnema.
Rom 15. i ought to bear the infirmities of the weak
6. Sickness, disease, v6<ros nosos.
Luke 7. 21 in the same hour he cured many of. .inf.
INFLAMMATION -
I.Burning, inflammation, njjVi daUeqeth.
Deut 28. 22 LORD shall smite thee with, .an inflamm.
^.Burning, inflammation, n^>
tsarebeth.
Lev. 13. 28 for it (is) an inflammation of the burning
INFLAME, to
To cause to burn, inflame, jfn dalaq, 5.
Isa. 5. ii continue until night, (till) wine inflame
INFLUENCES
Sweet influences, nian^D maadannoth.
Job 38. 31 Canst thou bind the sweet influences of P.
INFOLDING
To take, receive, or catch oneself, np? laqach, 7.
Eze. i. 4 a great cloud, and a fire infolding itself
INFORM, to
1.7*0 consider, discern, | 3 bin.
Dan. 9. 22 he informed (me), and talked withme.and
2. To show, direct, teach, rrr yarah, 5.
Deut 17. 10 to do according to all that they inform
3. To make manifest, ipQavlfa emphanizd.
Acts 24. i Tertullus, who informed the governor ag.
25. 2 chief of the Jews informed him against P.
25. 15 priests and the elders of the Jews infor.
4. To sound throughout, teach fully, Karrtxtukatech.
Acts 21. 21 they are informed of thee, that thou tea.
21. 24 whereof they were informed concerning
INGATHERING
Ingathering, ^CK, ] px asiph.
Exod23. 16 the feast of ingathering . . in the end of the
34. 22 the feast of ingathering at the year s end
INHABIT, to
1. To sit down or still, inhabit, dwell, ~v; yashab.
Gen. 36. 20 These, .the sons of Seir the Horite, whoi.
Num35. 34 Defile not. .the land which ye shall inn.
Judg. i. 17 they slew the Canaanites that inhabited
i. 21 did not drive out the Jebusites that inha.
i Ch. 5. 9 eastward he inhabited unto the entering
Job 15. 28 in houses which noruaninhabiteth, which
Psa. 22. 3 (O thou) that inhabitest the praises of I.
Isa. 42. ii the villages (that) Kedar doth inhabit: let
44. 26 Thou shalt be inhabited ; and to the cities
45. 18 he formed it to be inhabited : I (am) the L.
65. 21 they shall build houses, and inhabit, .and
65. 22 They shall not build, and another inhabit
Jer.
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48. 18 Thou daughter that dost inhabit Dibon
Eze. 33. 24 they that inhabit those wastes of the bind
Amos 9. 14 they shall build the waste cities, and in.
Zeph. 1. 13 they shall also build houses, but not inh.
Zech. 7. 7 when Jerusalem was inhabited and in
7. 7 when . . inhabited the south and the plain?
2. To rest, dwell, inhabit, tabernacle, }"3f shaken.
Prov. 10. 30 but the wicked shall not inhabit the earth
Isa. 57. 15 thus saiththe high and lofty One that in.
Jer. 17. 6 shall inhabit the parched places in the w.
INHABITANT
1 . To sojourn, iw gur.
Job 28. 4 The flood breaketh out from the inhabit.
2. To dwell, -m dur.
Dan. 4. 35 all the inhabitantsof the earth (are)repu.
4. 35 in the army of heaven, and . .the inhahita.
3. To sit slitt, or down, dwell, inhabit, 2V* yashab.
Gen. 19. 25 he overthrew, all the inhabitants of the
34. 30 to make me to stink among the inhabita.
50. ii when the inhabitants of the land, the Ca.
Exodis. 14 sorrow shall take hold on the inhabitants
15. 15 the inhabitants of Canaan shall melt away
23. 31 I will deliver the inhabitants of the land
34. 12, 15 lest thou make a covenant with the in.
Lev. 18. 25 and the land itself vomiteth out her inh.
25. 10 proclaim liberty . . unto all the inhabitants
Numi3. 32 land that eateth up the inhabitants thtr.
14. 14 they will tell (it) to the inhabitants of this
32. 17 because of the inhabitants of the land
33. 52 ye shall drive out all the inhabitants of
33- 55 M ve w"i" n t drive out the inhabitants
Deut 13. 13 have withdrawn the inhabitants of tbfir
17. 15 Thou shalt surely smite the inhabitants
Josh. 2. 9 all the inhabitants of the land faint bee.
2. 24 all the inhabitants of the country do faint
7. 9 all the inhabitants of the land shall hear
8. 24 made an end of slaying all the inhabita.
8. 26 utterly destroyed all the inhabitants of Ai
9. 3 when the inhabitants of Gideon heard
9. ii our elders and all the inhabitants of our
9. 2-4 to destroy all the inhabitants of the land
10. i the inhabitants of Gibeon had made pi :u r
11. 19 save the Hivites, the inhabitants of Gib.
13. 6 All the inhabitants of the hill country
15. 15 he went up thence to the inhabitants of
15. 63 As for the Jebusites, the inhabitants of J.
17. 7 the border went along, .unto the inhabi.
17. ii the inhabitants of Dor., the inhabitants of
17. ii the inhabitantsof Taauach. .the inhabit.
Judg. i. ii he went against the inhabitants of Debir
i. 19 could i>t drive out the inhabitants of the
i. 27 nor the inhabitantsof Dor and her towns
i. 27 the inhabitants of Ibleam. .the inhabita.
i. 30 the inhabitants of Kitron, nor the inhab.
i. 31 the inhabitants of Accho, nor the inhabi.
i. 32 the Caananites.the inhabitants of the land
i. 33 inhabitants of Beth-shemesh, nor the in.
1. 33 inhabitants of the land, .the inhabitants
2. 2 ye shall make no league with the inhabi.
5. 23 curse ye bitterly the inhabitants thereof
10. 18 he shall be head overall the inhabitants
11. 8 be our head over all the inhabitants of G.
ii. 21 Amorites the inhabitants of that country
20. 15 besides the inhabitants of Gibeah, which
21. 9 none of the inhabitants of Jabesh-gilead
21. 10 Go and smite the inhabitants of Jabesh-g.
21. 12 they found among the inhabitants of Ja.
Ruth 4. 4 Buy (it) before the inhabitants, and before
1 Sa. 6. 21 they sent messengers to the inhabitants
23. 5 So David saved the inhabitants of Keilah
27. 8 for those . . of old the inhabitants of the 1.
31. ii when the inhabitantsof Jabesh-gilead h.
2 Sa. 5. 6 the Jebusites, the inhabitants ot the land
1 Ki. 21. ii who were the inhabitants in his city, did
2 Ki. 19. 26 their inhabitants were of small power
22. 16 willbringevil..upon the inhabitants there.
22. 19 what I spake, .against the inhabitants th.
23. 2 all the inhabitants of Jerusalem with him
i Ch. 8. 6, 13 heads of the fathers of the inhabitants
8. 13 who drove away the inhabitants of Gath
9. 2 the first inhabitants that (dwelt) in their
ii. 4 the Jebusites. .the inhabitants of the land
ii. 5 And the inhabitants of Jebus said to Da.
22. 18 he hath given the inhabitants of the lane
a Ch 1 5. 5 great vexations . . upon all the inhabitants
20. 7 didst drive out the inhabitants of this 1.
20. 15 Hearken ye, all Judah, and ye inhabitants
20. 18 the inhabitants of Jerusalem fell before
20. 20 Hear me, O Judah, and je inhabitants o
20. 23 stood up against the inhabitants of moun
20. 23 when they had made an end of the inha.
21. ii caused the inhabitantsof Jerusalem to c
21. 13 hast made Judah and the inhabitants of
22. i the inhabitants of Jerusalem made Aha.
32. 22 LORD saved Hezekiah and the inhabitant
32. 26 he and the inhabitants of Jerusalem, so
32. 33 all Judah and the inhabitants of Jerusa.
33. 9 So Manasseh made Judah and the inhabit
34. 24 I will bring evil, .upon the inhabitants
34. 27 against this place, and against the inha.
34. 28 bring upon this place, and upon the inh
34. 30 the king went up. .and the inhabitants o
34. 32 the inhabitants of Jerusalem did accord
35. 18 Josiah. .and the inhabitants of Jerusalen
Ezra 4. 6 an accusation against the inhabitants of
Is eh. 3. 1 3 The valley gate repaired . . the inhabitant
7. 3 appoint watches of the inhabitants of Je
9. 24 thou subduedst before them the inhabit
Psa. 33. 8 let all the inhabitants of the world stam
33. 14 he lookethupon all the inhabitants of th
49. i give ear, all (ye) inhabitants of the worl
75. 3 The earth and all the inhabitants thereo
83. 7 the Philistines with the inhabitants of T
Isa. 5. 3 now, O inhabitants of Jerusalem, and mer
5. 9 many houses shall be desolate., without in
6. 1 1 Until the cities be wasted without inha.
8. 14 and for a snare to the inhabitants of Jer.
9. 9 Ephraim, and the inhabitant of Samaria
10. 13 I have put down the inhabitants like a
10. 31 inhabitants of Gebim gather themselves
12. 6 Cry out and shout, thou Inhabitant of /..
18. 3 All ye inhabitants of the world, and dw.
20. 6 the inhabitant of this isle shall say in that
21. 14 inhabitants of the land of Tema brought
22. 21 he shall be a father to the inhabitants of
23. 2 Be still, ye inhabitants of the isle ; thou
23. 6 Tarshish ; howl, ye inhabitant! of the is.
24. i scattereth abroad the inhabitants thereof
24. 5 earth also is defiled under the inhabitants
24. 6 the inhabitants of the earth are burned
24. 17 (are) upon thee, O inhabitant of tin ran b
26. p inhabitants of the world will learn right.
Isa. 26. 18 have the inhabitants of the world fallen
36. 21 to punish the inhabitants of the, earth for
37. 27 their inhabitants (were) of small power
38. ii I shall l>eholdman no more with the inh.
40. 22 the inhabitants thereof (are) as grassho.
42. 10 Sing, .the isles, and the inhabitants ther.
42. ii let the inhabitants of the rock sing, let
49, 19 too narrow by reason of the inhabitants
Jer. i. 14 shall break forth upon all the inhabitants
2. 15 his cities are burned without inhabitant
4. 4 ye men of Judah and inhabitants of Jer.
4. 7 cities shall be laid waste, without an inh.
6. 12 I will stretchout my hand upon the inh.
8. i the bones of the inhabitants of Jerusalem
9. iil will make . . desolate, without an ir.hab.
10. 17 Gather up thy wares. . Oinhabitaut of the
10. 18 I will sling out the inhabitants of the land
11. 2 and speak, .to the inhabitants of Jerusa.
ii. 9 A conspiracy is found, .among the iuhab.
ii. 12 Then shall the. .inhabitantsof Jerusalem
13. 13 I will fill all the inhabitants of this land
13. 13 all the inhabitants of Jerusalem with dr.
17. 20 the inhabitants of Jerusalem, that enter
17. 25 Then shall there enter, .the inhabitants of
18. ii speak, .to the inhabitants of Jerusalem
19. 3 O kings of Judah, and inhabitants of Jem.
19. 12 Thus will I do. .to the inhabitants thereof
21. 6 I will smite the inhabitants ot" this city
21. 13 I (am) against thee, O inhabitant of the
22. 23 O inhabitant of Lebanon, that makestthy
23. 14 and the inhabitants thereof as Gomorrah
25. 2 the prophet spake, .to all the inhabitants
35. 9 will bring them . . against the inhabitants
25. 29 I will call for a sword upon all the inhab.
25. 30 shall give a shout . . against all the inhab.
26. 9 this city shall be desolate without an inh.
26. 15 bring innocent blood . .upon the inhabita.
32. 32 the men of Jujiah, and the inhabitants of
33. 10 without man, and without inhabitant, and
34. 22 the cities, .a desolation without an inha.
35. 13 Go and tell the men of Judah, and the inh.
35. 17 I will bring, .upon all the inhabitants of
36. 31 I will bring, .upon the inhabitants of . I er.
42. 18 hath been poured forth upon the inhabit.
44. 22 land., without an inhabitant, as at this day
46. 8 I will destroy the city and the inhabitants
46. 19 shall be waste and desolate without an in.
47. 2 all the inhabitants of the land shall howl
48. 19 O inhabitant of Aroer, stand by the way
48. 43 the snare, (shall be) uponthee; O inhabit.
49. 8 Flee ye, turn back, dwell deep, O inhabit.
49. 20 that he hath purposed against the inir.li.
49. 30 get"you far off, dwell deep, O ye inhabitan.
50. 21 Go up. .against the inhabitant* of Pekod
50. 34 that he may. .disquiet the inhabitants of
50. 35 A sword (is), .upon the inhabitants of B.
51. 12 done that :which he spake against the in.
51. 24 I will render, .to all the inhabitants of C.
51. 29 to make the land of B. . .without an inha.
51. 35 upon Babylon, shall the inhabitant of Zi.
51. 35-My blood upon the inhabitants of Chalet.
51. 37 Babylon shall become heaps. . without ani.
Lam. 4. 12 all the inhabitants of the world, would nof
Eze. ii. 15 they unto whom the inhabitants of Jerus.
12. 19 Thus saith the Lord GOD of the inhabita.
15. 6 so will I give the inhabitants of Jerusalem
26. 17 she and her inhabitants, which cause their
27. 8 inhabitants of Zidon and Arvad were thy
27. 35 All the inhabitants of the isles shall be
29. 6 the inhabitants of Egypt shall know that
Dan. 9. 7 to the men of Judah, and to the inhabita.
Hos. 4. i LORD hath a controversy with the inhab.
Joel i. 2 give ear, all ye inhabitants of the land
1. 14 gather the elders, .all the inhabitants of
2. i let all the inhabitantsof the land tremble
Amos i. 5 I will, .cut off the inhabitant from the
i. 8 I will cut off the inhabitant from Ashdod
Mic. i. ii Pass ye away, thou inhabitant of Saphir
i. ii inhabitant of Zaanan came not forth in
i. 12 inhabitant of Maroth waited carefully for
1.130 thou inhabitant of Lachish, bind the ch.
i. 15 bring an heir unto thee, O inhabitant of M.
6. 12 the inhabitants thereof have spoken lies
6. 16 I should make, .the inhabitants thm of
Zeph. i. 4 stretch out mine hand, .upon all the inh.
1. ii Howl, ye inhabitants of Maktesh, for all
2. 5 Woe unto the inhabitants of the sea coast
2. 5 destroy thee, that there shall be no iuha.
3. 6 there is no man, that there is none inhabi.
Zech. 8. 20 there shall come people, and the inhabit
8. 21 the inhabitants of one (city) shall go to
11. 61 will no more pity the inhabitants of the
12. 5 The inhabitants of Jerusalem (shall be)
12. 7 the glory of the inhabitants of Jerusalem
12! 8 In that day shall the LORD defend the in.
12. 10 I will pour, .upon the inhabitants of Jer.
13. i a fountain opened, .to the inhabitants of
^.Inhabitant, neighbour, }3? shaken.
Job 26. 5 from under the waters, and the inhabit.
Isa. 33. 24 the inhabitant shall not say, I am sick
Hos. 10. 5 inhabitants of Samaria shall fear because
5. Sitter, inhabitant, dweller, 2<pn toshab.
i Ki 17. i Elijah the Tishbite. . of the inhabitants of
6. To settle down, dircll, Ka/routitt katoikfo.
Rev. 17. 2 the inhabitants of the earth have been
INHABITED, to be
l.To sit still or down, inhabit, dwell, 2VI yashab.
Isa. 13. 20 It shall never be inhabited, neither shall
45. 18 he formed it to be inhabited : I (am) th
INHABITED
Jcr. 17. 6 parched places, .a gait land and not inh.
50. 13 it shall not be inhabited, but it shall be
50. 39 and it shall be no more inhabited for ever
Eze. 26. 20 bring thee down, .that thou be not inhab.
29. ii neither shall it be inhabited forty years
36. 35 desolate and ruined cities, .are inhabited
Zech. 2. 4 Jerusalem shall be inhabited (as) towns
9. 5 Gaza, and Ashkelon shall not be inhabited
12. 6 shall be inhabited again in her own place
14. 10 it shall be lifted up, and inhabited in her
14. it but Jerusalem shall be safely inhabited
2. To be dwelt in, inhabited, 35*; yashab, 2.
Exodi6. 35 manna . . until they came to a land inhabi.
Jer. 6. 8 I make thee desolate, a land not inhabit.
22. 6 a wilderness, .cities (which) are not inha.
Eze. 12. 20 the cities (that are) inhabited shall be laid
26. 17 How art thou destroyed (that wast) inhab.
26. 19 city, like the cities that are not inhabited
36. 10 the cities shall be inhabited, and the wa.
38. 12 the desolate places (that are now) inhab.
3.7"" be caused to be dwelt in, 3f>; yashab, 6.
Isa. 44. 26 saith to Jerusalem, Thou shall be inhab.
4. To rest, tabernacle, ]:y shaken.
Jer. 46. 26 afterward it shall be inhabited, as in the
INHABITED, to make to be
To cause to inhabit, or be inhabited, nsr yashab, 5.
Isa. 54 . 3 and make the desolate cities to be inhab.
INHABITED, not
Separation, a cutting off, rnn gezerah;
Lev. 16. 22 all their iniquities unto a land not inha
INHABITED place
Seat, site, 2y;io nwshab.
Eze. 34 . 13 in all the inhabited places of the countr,
INHABITERS (of)
To settle dotcn, dwell, KaroiKtoa kaloikeo.
Rev. 8. 13 Woe, woe, woe, to the [inhabiters]of the
12. 12 Woe to the inhabiters of the earth and o
INHABITING the wilderness
Inhabitants of the dry places, D"y tsiyyim.
Psa. 74. 14 meat to the people inhabiting the wilder
INHERIT, to
1.7*0 occupy, possess, EH; yarash.
Gen. 15. 7 brought thee. .to give thee this landito i
15. 8 whereby shall I know that I shall inherit
28. 4 that thou mayest inherit the land wherein
Lev. 20. 24 Ye shall inherit their land,and I will give
25. 46 take them, .to inherit (them for) a posse
Deut. 2. 31 begin to possess, that thou mayest inherit
16. 20 that thou mayest liv and inherit the land
Psa. 25. 13 dwell., and his seed shall inherit! lie earth
37. 9 those that wait . . shall inherit the earth
37. ii the meek shall inherit the earth, and sh.
37. 22 blessed of him shall inherit the earth and
37. 29 The righteous shall inherit the land, and
37. 34 he shall exalt thee to inherit the land
105. 44 and they inherited the labour of the peo
Isa. 54. 3 thy seed shall inherit the Gentiles, and
57. 13 possess, .and shall inherit my holy mou.
60. 21 they shall inherit the land for ever, the
65. 9 mine elect shall inherit it, and my serva
Jer. 8. 10 their fields to them that shall inherit
49- i why. .doth their king inherit Gad, and
Eze. 33. 24 Abraham was one, and he inherited the
2. To have, take or give inheritance, Vrj} nachal.
Exod23. 30 until thou be increased, and inherit the
32. 13 all this land, .and they shall inherit (it)
Nurtt26. 55 according to the names, .they shall inh.
32. 19 we will not inherit with them on yonder
35. 8 according to his inheritance which he in.
Deut 19. 14 which thou shalt inherit in the land that
Josh 14. i which the children of Israel inherited in
Judgn. 2 Thou shalt not inherit., our father s house
Psa. 69. 36 The seed also of his servants shall inherit
82. 8 Arise, .for thou shalt inherit all nations Wov 3- 35 The wise shall inherit glory : but shame
1 1. 29 He that troubleth his . . house shall inherit
14. 18 The simple inherit folly : but the prudent
Jer. 16. 19 Surely our fathers have inherited lies
JEze. 47. 14 ye shall inherit it, one as well as another
ech. 2. 12 LORD shall inherit Judah his portion in
3. To take or leave an inheritance, Sn} nachal, 7. Num 32. 18 until the children of Israel have inherited
33. 54 to the tribes of your fathers ye shall inh
34. 13 This (is) the land which ye shall inherit
*ze. 47 . 13 This . . the border whereby ye shall inherit
^.Inheritance, n^ry nachalah. Num 18. 24 tithes. .1 have given to the Levites to in. n 17- 14 given me. .one lot and one portion to inh.
*-T obtain by lot, K^poro^u kleronomeo.
Matt. 5 . 5 Blessed . .for they shall inherit the earth
19. 29 receive, .and shall inherit everlasting life
Mnrk25 34 m.
ne t the kingdom prepared tekxo. foryoufrom 17 what shall I do that I may inherit eternal
Lukeio. 25 what shall I do to inherit eternal life?
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6. 9 that the unrighteous shall not inherit the
6. 10 Nor thieves, .shall inherit the kingdom
15- so flesh and blood cannot inherit the king
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515 INHERITANCE
Heb. 6. 12 who through faith and patience inherit
12. 17 when hewould have inherited the blessing iPe. 3. 9 knowing., that ye should inherita blessing Kev. 21. 7 He that overcometh [shall inheritj all thi.
INHERIT, to cause, give, or make to
I. To cause to occupy or possess, en; yarash, 5.
2 Ch.2o. ii possession, which thou hast given us to in.
1. To cause to inherit, (live inheritance, Vnj nachal, 5.
Deut. i. 38 Joshua, .he shall cause Israel to inherit
3. 28 he shall cause them to inherit the land
12. 10 land. .LORD your God giveth you to inh.
19. 3 land . . LORD thy God giveth thee to inhe.
21. 16 when he maketh his sons to inherit (that)
^ 31. 7 and thou shalt cause them to inherit it
i Sa. 2. 3 to make them inherit the throne of glory
Prov. 8. 21 cause those that love me to inherit subst.
Isa. 49. 8 to cause to inherit the desolate heritages
Jer. 12.14! have caused my people Israel to inherit
INHERITANCE
1. Portion, pj>n cheleq.
Psa. 16. 5
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LORD (is) the portion of mine inheritance
2-Possession,thlngorplaceoccupied,ny-yerushshah.
Judg2i. 17 an inheritance for them that be escaped
Jer. 32. 8 the right of inheritance (is) thine, and the
3.A possession, thing occupied, nenia morashah.
Deut 33. 4 a law. .the inheritance of the congregat.
Eze. 33. 24 saying, .the land is given for inheritance
4. Inheritance, nhrj} nachalah.
Gen. 31. 14 vet any portion or inheritance for us in
48. 6 name of their brethren in their inherita,
Exodis. 17 plant them in the mountain of thine inh.
Nunue. 14 or given us inheritance of fields and vine.
18. 20 I (am) thy part and thine inheritance
18. 21 all the tenth in Israel for an inheritance
18. 23, 24 the children of I. they have no inhe
18. 26 which I ht ve given you. .for your inheri
26. 53 the land hali be divided for an inherita.
26. 54 g-ve the more inheritance, .the less inh.
26 54 t every one shall his inheritance be given
26. 62 because inhere was no inheritance given
27. 7 give them a possession of an inheritance
27. 7 thou shalt cause the inheritance of their
27. 8 cause his inheritance . . unto his daughter
27. 9, :o, ii ye shall give his inheritance unto
32. 1 8 have inherited every man his inheritance
32. 19 because our inheritance is fallen to us on
32. 32 that the possession of our inheritance on
33. 54 the more inheritance, .give the less inhe
34. 2 land that shall fall unto you for an inhe.
34. 14, 1 5 the half tribe., have received theirinh!
35. 2 that they give unto the Levites, of the in.
35. 8 give, .unto the Levites according to his in.
36. 2 to give the land for an inheritance by lot
36. 2 to give the inheritance of Zelophehad our
36. 3 their inheritance be taken from the iuhe
36. 3 shall be put to the inheritance of the tribe
36. 3 shall it be taken from the lot of our inher.
36. 4 their inheritance be put unto the inherit.
36. 4 inheritance be taken away from the inh.
36. 7 So shall not the inheritance . . remove from
36. 7 shall keep himself to the inheritance of
36. 8 every daughter.thatpossesseth an inherit.
36. 8 may enjoy every man the inheritance of
36. 9 Neither shall the inheritance remove from
36. 9 shall keep himself to his own inheritance
36. 72 their inheritance remained in the tribe of
Ueut. 4.20 to be unto him a people of inheritance, as
4.21 ihe LORD thy God giveth thee (for) an in.
4-38 to give thee their land (for)an inheritance
9. 26, 29 people and thine inheritance, which
10. 9 Levi hath no part nor inheritance with
10. 9 LoRD(is) hisinheritance, according asthe
12. 9 to the inheritance which the LORD your
12. 12 as he hath no part nor inheritance with
14. 27, 29 he hath no part nor inheritance with
15. 4 God giveth thee (for) an inheritance to
18. i shall have no part nor inheritance with
18. i they shall eat the offerings . . and his inh.
18 2 shall they have no inheritance among
18. 2 LoRD(is) their inheritance, as he hath said
19. 10 LORD thy God giveth thee (for) an inher.
19- 14 they of old time have set in thine inherit.
20. 16 thy God doth give thee (for) an inheritance
21. 23 LORD thy God giveth thee (for) an inheri.
[So in 24. 4 ; 25 19 ; 26. i.]
29. 8 we took their land, and gare itfor an inh
32. 9 For. .Jacob (is) the lot of his inheritance
Josh. 1 1. 23 Joshua gave it for an inheritance unto I.
13. 6 only divide thou it by lot. .for an inherit
13. 7 divide this land for an inheritance unto
13. 8 and the Gadites have received their inher.
13. 14 unto the tribe of Levi he gave none inher
13. 14 sacrifices . made by fire (are) their inherit.
13. 23 Ibis (was) the inheritance of the children
13. 28 This (is) the inheritanceof the children of
13. 33 unto. .Levi Moses gave not (any) inherit
13. 33 LORD God of Israel (was) their inheritance
14. 2 By lot (was) their inheritance, as the LORD
14. 3 For Moses had given the inheritance of
14. 3 unto the Levites he gave none inheritance
14. 9 the land, .shall be thine inheritance, and
14. 13 gave unto Caleb .Hebron for an inherit
14.14 Hebron . . became the inheritance of Caleb
15. 20 This (is) the inheritance of the tribe of the
16. 5 even the border of their inheritance on
16. 8 This (is) the inheritance of the tribe of the
16. 9 among the inheritance of the children of
17- 4 * give us an inheritance among our br.
Josh. 17. 4 he gave them an inheritance amo. ; 17.6
18. 2 which had not yet received their inherit
18. 4 describe it according to the inheritance
18. 7 the priesthood of the LORD (is) tlit-ir inhr
8. 7 have received their inheritance beyond J.
18. 20 This (was) the inheritance of the children
18. 28 This (is) tin- inheritance of the children of
19. i their inheritance was within the inherit.
19. 2 they had in their inheritance Beer-Sheba
19. 8 This (is) the inheritance of the tribe of the
19. 9 the inheritance of the children of Simeon
19. 9 Simeon had . . within the inheritance of the
19. 10 the border of their inheritance was unto
19. 16 This (is) the inheritance of the children of
9- 2 3 3L 39. 48, This (is) the inheritance of the
19. 41 the coast of their inheritance was Zorah
19. 49 the children of Israel gave an inheritance
19. 51 Ihese (are) the inheritances, which Eleazar
21. 3 gave unto theLevitesout of their inherit.
23. 4 to be an inheritance foryour tribes, from J
24. 28 let the people . . every man unto his inher
24. 30 they buried him in the bonbr of his inh
24- 32 it became the inheritance of the children
J udg. 2. 6 went every man unto his inheritance to
2. 9 they buried him in the border of his inh
18. i Danites sought them an inheritance to
18. i inheritance had not fallen unto them am
20. 6 all the country of the inheritance of Israel
21. 23 they went and returned unto their inner
21. 24 they went at. .every man to his inheritance
.KUtn 4. 5 , 10 the name of the dead upon bis inheri.
4. 6 I cannot., lest I mar mine own inheritance
1 ha. 10. i anointed thee . . captain over his inherit *
26. 19 from abiding in the inheritance of the i
2 Sa. 14. 16 destroy me and my son., out of the inher
20. i neither have we inheritance in the son of J
20. 19 why wilt thou swallow up the inheritance
21. 3 that ye may bless the inheritance of the L
1 Ki. 8. 36 thou hast given to thy people for an inh
8. 51 For they (be) thy people, and thine inhe
8. 53 separate them, .(to be) thine inheritance
12. 16 neither, .inheritance in the son of Jesse
21. 3 that I should give the inheritance of my f.
21. 4 I will not give thee the inheritance of my 2 Ki. 21. 14 I will forsake the remnant of mine inhe
1 Ch.i6. 18 the land of Canaan, the lot of your inhe.
2 Ch. 6. 27 thou hast given unto thy people for an in!
10. 16 and. .none inheritance in the son of Jesse
>eh. ii. 20 all the cities of Judah. every one in his in
Job 31. 2 inheritance of the Almighty from on high?
42. 15 their father gave them inheritance among
Psa. 2. 8 I shall give.. the heathen.. thine inherit
28. 9 Save thy people, and bless thine inherit.
33. 12 people, .he hath chosen for his own inhe.
37. 18 and their inheritance shall be for ever
47. 4 He shall choose our inheritance for us, the
68. 9 whereby thou didst confirm thine inheri.
74. 2 the rod of thine inheritance, .thou hast
78. 55 divided them an inheritance by line, and
78. 62 He. .was wroth with his inheritance
78. 71 feed Jacob his people, and Israel his inh.
79. i O God, the heathen are come into thine in
94. 14 neither will he forsake his inheritance
105. ii the landof Canaan, the lot of your inheri.
106. 5 that I may glory with thine inheritance
106. 40 insomuch that he abhorred his own iuhe.
Prov 17. 2 shall have part of the inheritance among
19. 14 House and riches (are) the inheritance of
20. 21 An inheritance, .gotten hastily at the be.
Eccl. 7. ii Wisdom (is)good with an inheritance; and
Isa. 19. 25 saying, Blessed (be). .Israel mine inheri.
47. 6 I have polluted mine inheritance, and g,
63. 17 thy servant s sake, the tribes of thine inh.
Jer. 10. 16 and Israel (is) the rod of his inheritance
12. 14 mine evil neighbours, that touch the inhe.
16. 18 they have filled mine inheritance with the
51. 19 and (Israel is) the rod of his inheritance
Lam. 5 . 2 Our inheritance is turned to strangers, our
Eze. 35. 15 As thou didst rejoice at the inheritance
36. 12 thou shalt be their inheritance, and thou
44. 28 it shall be unto them for an inheritance
44. 28 I (am) their inheritance : and ye shall give
45. i ye shall divide by lot the land for inheri.
46. 16 the inheritance thereof shall be his sons
46. 16 it (shall be)theirpossession by inheritance
46. 17 if he give a gift of his inheritance to one
46. 17 his inheritance shall be his sons for them
46. 18 prince shall not take of the people s inh.
47. 14 and this laud shall fall unto you for inh.
47. 22 ye shall divide it by lotfor an inheritance
47. 22 they shall have inheritance with you am.
47. 23 there shall ye give (him) his inheritance.
48. 29 ye shall divide by lot unto. .Israel for in.
5. \TJiat is obtained by lot, possessicm, K\r)povo^.ia.
Matt2i. 38 come, .and let us seize on his inheritance
Marki2. 7 let us kill him, and the inheritance shall
Luke 1 2. 13 speak, .that he divide the inheritance
20. 14 let us kill him, that the inheritance may
Acts 7. 5 he gave him none inheritance init.no, not
20. 32 to give you an inheritance among all them
Gal. 3. 18 For if the inheritance (lie) of. .law, (it is)
Eph. i. 14 Which is the earnest of our inheritance
i. 18 what the riches of the glory of his inher.
5. 5 hath any inheritance in the kingdom of
Col. 3. 24 ye shall receive the reward of the inheri
Heb. 9. 15 might receive the promise of eternal inh.
ii. 8 which he should after receive for an inh.
i Pe. i. 4 To an inheritance incorruptible, and und.
6.A lot, possession, K\ripos kleros.
Acts 26. 18 inheritance among them which are sane.
Col. i. 12 made us meet to be partakers of the inh.
INHERITANCE
INHERITANCE, to distribute for
To (jive inheritance, *?") nachal, 3.
Josh 13. 32 which Moses did distribute for inheritance
14. i Joshua, .distributed for inheritance to
INHERITANCE, to divide (by or for)
1.7*0 Iiace or give inheritance, Snj nachal.
Nuni34. 18 of every tribe, to divide the land by inhe.
Josh. 19. 49 made an end of dividing the land for iuh.
2. To give inheritance, Snj nachal, 3.
Num 34. 29 the LORD commanded to divide the inhe.
Josh 19. c; t divided for an inheritance by lot in Shiloh
3. To cause to inherit, *?nj nachal, 5.
Deut 32. CMost High divided to the nations their in.
Josh. i. 6 shall thou divide for an inheritance the
4.7*0 take or leave an inheritance, *?n} nachal, 7.
Num 33. 54 ye shall divide the land by lot for an iiih.
INHERITANCE, to give (for)
To cause to inherit, ?n} nachal, 5.
Jer. 3. 18 to the land that I have given for an inhe.
Eze. 46. 18 he shall give his sons inheritance out of
INHERITANCE, to have
Receive possession, ( "iSnj) Sn^ nachal (nachalah).
NumiS. "i Thou shalt have no inheritance in their
18. 23 that among. .Israel they have no inheri.
1 3. 24 among. .Israel they shall have no inheri.
Josh. 1 7. 6 the daughters of Manasseh had an inhe.
19. i the children of Simeon had their inheri.
INHERITANCE, to leave (for)
1. To causetoocmq)]!,possessorsucceed, VTiyarash, 5.
Ezra 9. 12 leave (it) for an inheritance to your chil.
2. To cause to inherit, give inheritance, *?n} nachal ,5.
i Ch.2S. 8 leave (it) for an inheritance for your chil.
Prov.i3. 22 A good (man) leaveth an inheritance to his
INHERITANCE, to obtain (by)
To obtain by lot, possess, /cATjpoj/ouew K\j]po<a.
Kph. i. it In whom also [we have obtained an iuh.]
Hub. i. 4 as he hath by inheritance obtained a more
INHERITANCE, to take (ag or for an)
1. To have or give inheritance, Snj nachal.
Exod34. 9 pardon. .001 in, and take us for thine in.
Josh. 10. 4 Manar.:h aud Ephraim, took their inher.
2. To give inheritance, Snj nachal, 3 (or *?Sn, 2).
Eze. 22. 1 6 thou shall take thine inheritance in thy.
3. 7*0 take or leave an inheritance, *?~} nachal, 1 .
Lev. 25. 45 ye shall take them as an inheritance for
INHERITOR
To occupy, possess, v~F, yarasl>.
Isa. 65. 9 out of Judah an inheritor of my mount.
INIQUITY
\.Iniqnity, vanity, p_x aven.
Nuni23. 21 He hath not beheld iniquity in Jacob, ne.
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i Sa. 15. 23 stubbornness (is as) iniquity and idolatry
Job 4, 8 Even, .they that plow iniquity, .reap tiie
11. 14 If iniquity (be) in thine hand, put it far
21. 19 God layethuphisiniquityforhis children
31. 3 strange (punishment) to the workers of in.?
34. 8 goeth in company with the workers of in.
34. 22 where the workers of iniquity may hide
36. 10 commanded! that they return from iniq.
36. 21 Take heed, regard not iniquity : for this
Psa. 5. 5 not stand, .thou hatest all workers of in.
6. 8 Depart from me, all ye workers of iniquity
7. 14 he travaileth with iniquity, and hath con.
14. 4 Have all the workers of iniquity no know.
28. 3 with the workers of iniquity, which speak
36. 3 The words of his mouth (are) iniquity and
36. 12 There are the workers of iniquity fallen
41. 6 heart gathereth iniquity to itself ; (when)
50. 4 Havetheworkersofiniquitynoknowledge?
55. 3 they cast iniquity upon me, and in wrath
56. 7 Shall they escape by iniquity? in.. anger
59. 2 Deliver me from the workers of iniquity
64. 2 from the insurrection of the workers of in.
66. 18 If I regard iniquity in my heart, the LORD
92. 7 when all the workers ofiniquitydo flourish
92. 9 the workers of iniquity shall be scattered
94. 4 the workers of iniquity boast themselves?
94. 16 will stand., against the workers of iniquity
94. 23 he shall bring upon them their own iniq.
119. 133 let not any iniquity have dominion over
125. 5 lead them forth with the workers of iniq.
141. 4 wicked works with men that work iniquity
141. 9 and the gins of the workers of iniquity
Prov.io.29 hut destruction.. to the workers of iniqu.
19. 28 the mouth of the wicked devoureth iniqu.
21. 15 but destruction, .to the workers of iniqu.
Isa. i. 13 (it is) iniquity, even the solemn meeting
29. 20 and all that watch for iniquity are cut off
31. 2 against the help of them that work iniqu.
33. 6 his heart will work iniquity, to practise
59. 4 conceive mischief, and bring forth iniquity
59. 6 their works (are) works of iniquity, and
59. 7 their thoughts (are) thoughts of iniquity
Hos. 6. 8 Gilead (is) a city of them that work iniq.
12. 1 1 iniquity (in) Gilead ? surely they are van.
Mic. 2. i Woe to them that devise iniquity, .work
Hab. i. 3 Why dost thou show me iniquity, and
2. Mischief, calamity, desire, rnri havvah.
l*sa 94. 20 Shall the throne of iniquity have fellows.
^.Perversity, perverseness, Syj, ty avel, evel.
Deut 12. 4 a God of truth, and without iniquity, just
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Job 34. 10 Far be it from, .the Almighty, .iniquity
34. 32 If I have done iniquity, I will do no inoi .
Psa. 7. 3 LOKD my God . . if there be iniquity in mj
53. i corrupt.. and have done abominable iniq
Jer. 2. 5 What iniquity have your fathers found ii
Eze. 3. 20 When a righteous (man) doth., commit in
18. 8 hath withdrawn his hand from iniquity
18. 24 when the righteous, .committeth iniquit\
18. 26 committeth iniquity, and dieth in them
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18. 26 for his iniquity that he hath done shall he
28. 18 hast defiled thy sanctuaries, .by the iniq.
33. 13 if lift, .commit iniquity, all his righteous.
33. 13 for his iniquity that he hath committed
33. 15 walk.. without committing iniquity ; he
33. 18 When the righteous, .committeth iniqui.
4. Perversity, JviJi (rny.) avayyah.
Dan. 4. 27 break off . . thine iniquities by showing
5. Perverseness, perversity, nSj? avlah.
2 Ch.i9. 7 for (there is) no Iniquity with the LORD
Job 6. 29 Return, I pray you, let it not be iniquity
6. 30 Is there iniquity in my tongue? cannot
15. 16 man, which drinketh iniquity like water?
22. 23 thou shalt put away iniquity far from thy
36. 23 or who can say, Thou hast wrought iniq.?
Psa. 37. i envious against the workers of iniquity
107. 42 and all iniquity shall stop her mouth
119. 3 They also do no iniquity : they walk in
125. 3 righteous put forth their hands unto ini.
Prov 22. 8 He that soweth iniquity shall reap vanity
Eze. 28. 13 Thou (wast) perfect . .till iniquity is founc
Hos. 10. 13 ye have reaped iniquity ; ye have eaten
Mic. 3. 10 They build up .. Jerusalem with iniquity
Hab. 2. 12 Woe to him that..st:.blishethacitybyin.
Zeph. 3. 5 The just LORD, .not do iniquity : every
3. 13 The remnant of Israel shall not do iniq
Mai. 2. 6 iniquity was not found in his lips : he
6. Perverseness, perversity, rpij; olah.
Job 5. 1 6 So the poor hath hope, and iniquity stop.
Psa. 64. 6 They search out iniquities ; they accom.
7. Perversity, jiy avon.
Gen. 15. 16 iniquity of the Amorites (is) not yet full
19. 15 lest thou be consumed in the iniquity of
44. 16 God hath found out the iniquity of thy
Exod2o. 5 visiting the iniquity of the fathers upon
28. 38 may bear the iniquity of the holy things
28. 43 that they bear not iniquity, and die
34. 7 forgiving iniquity and transgression and
34. 7 visiting the iniquity of the fathers upon
34. 9 pardon our iniquity and our sin, and take
Lev. 5. i if he do not utter, .he shall bear his iniq
5. 17 yet is he guilty, and shall bear his iniq.
7. 18 the soul that eateth of it shall bear his in
jo. 17 hath given it you to bear the iniquity
16. 21 confess over him all the iniquities of the
16. 22 the goat shall bear upon him all their in.
17. 16 nor bathe his flesh, .shall bear his iniqu.
18. 25 I do visit the iniquitythereof upon it, and
19. 8 that eateth it shall bear his iniquity, be.
20. 17 sister s nakedness; he shall bear his iniq.
20. 19 his near kin : they shall bear their iniq.
22. 16 or suffer them to bear the iniquity of tr.
26. 39 shall pine away in their iniquity in your
26. 39 in the iniquities of their fathers shall they
26. 40 shall confess their iniquity, and the iniq.
26. 41, 43 accept of the punishment of their in.
Num. 5. 15 offering, .bringing iniquity to remembra.
5. 31 Then shall the man be guiltless from ini.
5. 31 and this woman shall bear her iniquity
14. 18 forgiving iniquity and transgression, and
14. 18 visiting the iniquity of the fathers upon
14. 19 Pardon, I beseech thee,the iniquity of this
14. 34 day for a year, shall ye bear your iniqu.
15. 31 that soul shall utterly be cut off ; his ini.
1 8. i shall bear the iniquity of the sanctuary
1 8. i shall bear the iniquity of your priesthood
18. 23theLevites. .they shall bear their iniquity
30. 15 if he shall, .then he shall bear her iniqu.
Deut. 5. 9 visiting the iniquity of the fathers upon
19. 15 shall not rise up against a man for any in.
Josh 22. 17 (Is) the iniquity of Peor too little for us
22. 20 that man perished not alone in his iniqu.
1 Sa. 3. 13 will judge, .for the iniquity which he kn.
3. 14 the iniquity of Eli s house shall not be p.
20. i What have I done? what(is) mine iniquity?
20. 6 if there be in me iniquity, slay me thyself
25. 24 Upon me, my lord, .me (let this) iniquity
2 Sa. 14. 9 My lord, O king, the iniquity (be) on me
14. 32 if there be (any) iniquity in me, let him
19. 19 Let not my lord impute iniquity unto me
22. 24 and have kept myself from mine iniquity
24. 10 LORD, take away the iniquity of thy serv.
i Ch.2i. 8 do away .the iniquity of thy servant ; for
Ezr;i 9. 6 our iniquities are increased over (our) he.
9. 7 for our iniquities have we, our kings, (and)
9. 13 God hast punished us less than our iniqu.
Neh. 4. 5 cover not their iniquity, and let not their
9. 2 confessed their sins, and the iniquities of
Job 7. <2i why dost thou not. .take away mine in.
10. 6 That thou enquirest after mine iniquity
10. 14 thou wilt not acquit me from mine iniqu.
11. 6 God exacteth of thee (less) than thine in.
13. 23 How many (are) mine iniquities and sins?
13. 26 makes*, me to possess the iniquities of my
14. 17 transgression, .thou sewest up mine iniq.
15. 5 thy mouth uttereth thine iniquity, and
20. 27 The heaven shall reveal his iniquity ; and
22. 5 (Is) not thy wickedness great . . thine iniq.
31. ii this (is) a heinous crime ; yea, it (is) an in.
31. 28 This also (were) an iniquity (to be punis.
31. 33 covered, .by hiding mine iniquity in my*
INIQUITY
Job 33. 9 I (am) innocent ; neither (is there) iniqu.
Psa. 18. 23 upright. .1 kept myself from mine iniqu.
25. ii LORD, pardon mine iniquity; for it (is)
31. 10 my strength faileth because of mine iniq.
32. 2 unto whom the LORDimputeth not iuiqu.
32. 5 mine iniquity have I not hid. I said, I
32. 5 and thou forgavest the iniquity of my sin
36. 2 until his iniquity be found to be hateful
38. 4 mine iniquities are gone over mine head
38. 18 I will declare mine iniquity ; I will be
39. ii When thou. .dost correct man for iniqui.
40. 12 mine iniquities have taken hold upon me
49. 5 the iniquity of my heels shall compass me
51. 2 Wash me throughly from mine iniquity
51. 5 Behold,! was shapen in iniquity; and in sin
51. 9 Hide thyface. .blotout all mine iniquities
65. 3 Iniquities prevail against me. .ourtransg.
60. 27 Add iniquity unto their iniquity: and let
78. 38 But he . . full of compassion, forgave . . ini.
79. 8 O remember not against us former iniqu"
85. 2 Thou hast forgiven the iniquity of thype-
89. 32 Then will I visit, .their iniquity with stri.
90. 8 Thou hast set our iniquities before thee
103. 3 Who forgiveth all thine iniquities ; who
103. 10 nor rewarded us according to our iniqui.
106. 43 and were brought low for their iniquity
107. 17 and because of their iniquities, are afflic,
109. 14 Let the iniquity of his fathers he remem.
130. 3 If thou, LORD, shouldest mark iniquities
130. 8 he shall redeem Israel from all his iniq.
Prov. 5. 22 His own iniquities shall take the wicked
16. 6 By mercy and truth iniquity is purged
Isa. i. 4 Ah sinful nation, a people laden with in.
5. 18 Woe unto them that draw iniquity with
6. 7 thine iniquity is taken away, and thy sin
13. ii I will punish, .the wicked for their iniq.
14. 21 slaughter, .for the iniquity of their fath.
22. 14 Surely this iniquity shall not be purged
26. 21 punish the inhabitants of theearth for. .i.
27. 9 this, .shall the iniquity of Jacob bepurg.
30. 13 Therefore this iniquity shall be to you as
33. 24 dwell therein (shall be) forgiven (their) in.
40. 2 cry unto her. .that her iniquity is pardo.
43. 24 thou hast wearied me with thine iniquit.
50. i for your iniquities have ye sold yourself
53. 5 bruised for our iniquities : the chastisem.
53. 6 LORD hath laid on him the iniquity of us
53. ii justify many; for he shall bear their iniq.
57. 17 For the iniquity of his covetousness was
59. 2 your iniquities have separated between
59. 3 your fingers with iniquity ; your lips
59. 12 and (as for) our iniquities, we know them
64. 6 iniquities, like the wind, have taken us
64. 7 hast consumed us, because of our iniqu.
64. 9 neither remember iniquity for ever beh.
65. 7 Your iniquities, and the iniquities of your
Jer. 2. 22 thine iniquity is marked before me, saith
3. 13 Only acknowledge thine iniquity, that
5. 25 Your iniquities have turned away these
ii. 10 They are turned back to the iniquities of
13. 22 For the greatness of thine iniquity arethy
14. 7 LORD, though our iniquities testify against
14. 10 he will now remember their iniquity, and
14. 20 \Ve acknowledge, .the iniquity of our fa.
16. 10 or what (is) our iniquity ? or what (is) our
16. 17 neither is their iniquity hid from mine
16. 18 first I will recompense their iniquity and
18. 23 forgive not their iniquity, neither blotout
25. 12 that nation, saith the LORD, for their ini.
30. 14, 15 for the multitude of thine iniquity
31. 30 every one shall die for his own iniquity
31. 34 I will forgive their iniquity, and I will
32. 18 recompenses! the iniquity of the fathers
33. 8 I will cleanse them from all their iniqui.
33. 8 I will pardon all their iniquities, whereby
36. 3 I may forgive their iniquity and their sin
36. 31 his seed and his servants for their iniquity
50. 20 the iniquity of Israel shall be sought for
51. 6 be not cut off in her iniquity ; for this(is)
Lam. 2. 14 and they have not discovered thine iuiq.
4. 6 the punishment of the iniquity of the d.
4. 13 the iniquities of her priests, that have
4. 22 The punishment of thine iniquity is ace.
4. 22 he will visit thine iniquity, O daughter
5. 7 our fathers., we have born their iniquities
Eze. 3. 18 the same wicked (man) shall die in his i.
3. 19 he shall die in his iniquity ; but thou hast
4. 4 lay the iniquity of the house of Israel upon
4. 4 shalt lie upon it thou shalt bear their in.
4. 5 I have laid upon thee the years of their L
4. 5 so shalt thou bear the iniquity of the
4. 6 thou shalt bear the iniquityof thehouse of
4. 17 That they may. . consume away for their i.
7. 13 strengthen himself in the iniquity of his
7. 16 all. .mourning, every one for his iniquity
7. 19 it is the stumbling block of their iniquity
9. 9 The iniquity of the house of Israel and J.
4. 3 put the stumbling block of their iniquity
4. 4, 7 the stumbling block of his iniquity
4. 10 shall bear the punishment of theiriniquity
6. 49 this was the iniquity of thy sister Sodom
8. 17 he shall not die for the iniquity of his fa.
8. 18 his father, .even he shall die in his iniquity
8. n doth not the son bear the iniquity of the
8. 20 The son shall not bear the iniquity of the
8. 20 neither shall the father bear the iniquity
8. 30 Repent . . so iniquity shall not be your ruin
21. 23 he will call to remembrance the iniquity
21. 24 ye have made your iniquity to be remem.
21. 25 day is come, when iniquity (shall have)
21. 29 come, when their iniquity (shall have) an
34. 33 but ye shall pine away for your iniquities
INIQUITY 517 INSTANTLY
Eze. 28. 38 by the multitude of thine iniquities.by the
29. 16 which bringeth. .iniquitytoremembrance
32. 27 their iniquities shall be upon their bones
33. 6 he is taken away in his iniquity ; but his
33. 8 that wicked (man)shall die in his iniquity
33. g he shall die in his iniquity ; but thou h.
35. 5 in the time (that their) iniquity (had) an
36. 31 for your iniquities and for your abomina.
36. 33 I shallhave cleansed you from all your in.
39. 23 Israel went into captivity for their iniq.
43. 10 they may be ashamed of their iniquities
44. 10 the Levites. .they shall even bear their i.
44. 12 and caused. .Israel to fall into iniquity
44. 12 therefore, .they shall bear their iniquity
Ban. 9. 13 thatwe might turn from our iniquities.and
9 16 for our sins, and for the iniquities of our
9. 24 to make reconciliation for iniquity, and to
Hos. 4. 8 and they set their heart on their iniquity
5. 5 shall Israel and Ephraim fall in their ini.
7. i the iniquity of Ephraim was discovered
8. 13 now will he remember their iniquity, and
9. 7 for the multitude of thine iniquity, and
9. 9 he will remember their iniquity, he will
12. 8 all my labours they shall find none iniqu.
13. 12 The iniquity of Ephraim (is) bound up; his
14. i return . . for thou hast fallen by thine ini.
14. 2 Take away all iniquity, and receive, .gra.
Amos 3. 2 I will punish you for all your iniquities
Mic. 7. 18 a God like unto thee, that pardoneth ini.
7. 19 he will subdue our iniquities ; and thou
Zech. 3. 4 I have caused thine iniquity to pass from
3. 9 I will remove the iniquity of that land in
Mai. 2. 6 and did turn many away from iniquity
8. Perversity, *i^y alvah.
Hos. 10. 9 the battle, .against the children of iniqu.
9. Labour, misery, ^ijJJ <vnal. .
Hab. i 13 and canst not look on iniquity: wherefore
10. Wrong, wickedness, ye5! resha.
Eccl. 3. 1 6 the place of righteousness, (that) iniquity
1 1 . Word or matter ofperversity, jiy "C1 [dabar].
Psa. 65. 3 Iniquities prevail against me .. our trans.
12. Unrighteousness, wrong doing, aSiKTJM adikenia.
Rev. 1 8. 5 and God hath remembered her iniquities
13. Unrighteousness, wrong, aSifcta adikia.
Lukei3. 27 depart from me, all (ye) workers of iniqi.
Acts i. j 3 purchased a field with the reward of ini.
E. 23 1 perceive, .thou art in. .the bond of ini.
j 0.13. 6 Rejoiceth not in iniquity, but rejoiceth in
2 Ti. 2. 19 And, let every one. .depart from iniquity
Jas. 3. 6 the tongue (is) a fire, a world of iniquity
l-x.Lav. lcssness, avo^ia anomia.
Matt. 7. 23 depart from me, ye that work iniquity
13. 41 things that offend, and them which do in.
23. 28 within ye are full of hypocrisy and iniqu.
24. 12 because iniquity shall abound, the love of
Rom 4. 7 Blessed (are) they whose iniquities are
6. 19 to uncleanness and to iniquity unto iniq.
2 Th. 2. 7 the mystery of iniquity doth already work
Titus 2. 14 that he might redeem us from all iniquity
Heb. i. 9 hast loved righteousness, and hated iniq.
8. 12 their iniquities will I remember no more
10. 17 sins and iniquities will I remember no
15. Transgression of law, irapavo/j.ia paranomia.
2 Pe. 2. 16 was rebuked for his iniquity : the dumb
IG.Evil, wickedness, -rrovtipia poneria.
Acts 3. 26 turning away every one of you from hia L
INIQUITY, punishment of
Iniquity, punishment of iniquity, jty avon.
Lev. 26. 41, 43 accept of the punishment of their ini.
Lam. 4. 6 the punishment of the iniquity of the da.
4. 22 the punishment of thine iniquity is acco.
Eze. 14. 10 they shall bear the punishmentof theiri.
INIQUITY, to commit
l.To do perversely, n$ avah.
Dan. 9. 5 We have sinned, and have committed in.
2. To do perversely, cause perversity, nij; avah, 5.
2 Sa. 7. 14 If he commit iniquity, I will chasten him
Psa. 106. 6 we have committed iniquity, we have done
Jer 9. 5 (and) weary themselves to commit iniqu,
INJOIN, to
l.To give in charge, fvrf\\o/j.at enlellomai.
Heb. 9. 20 testament which God hath injoined unto
2. To set in order upon, limncraa epitasso.
Phm. 8 bold., to injoin thee that which is conven.
INJURE, to
To do injustice, wrong, injury, aSiKtta adikeo.
Gal. 4. 12 Brethren, .ye have not inj tired me at all
INJURIOUS
Despiteful, insulting, ii/Spio-r^y hubristes.
1 Ti. 1.13 Who was before . .injurious : but I obtain
INJUSTICE
Violence, wrong, injury, D3n chamas.
Job 16. 17 .Not for. .injustice in mine hands : also
INK
I. Ink, in deyo.
Jer. 36. 18 answered.. I wrote (them) with ink in the
2. Ink, jUt Aoi inelan.
2 Co. 3. 3 written not with ink, but with the spirit
2 John 12! would not (write) with paper and ink
3 John 13 I will not with ink and pen write unto
INK HORN
Ink horn, npj5 qeseth.
Eze. g. 2 clothed with linen, with a writer s inkhorn
9. 3 which (had) the writer s inkhorn by his
9. ii clothed with linen, which (had) theinkh.
INN
1. Lodging, place for passing the night, pSo malon.
Gen. 42. 27 opened, .to give his ass provender in the i.
43. 21 it came to pass, when we came to the inn
Exod. 4. 24 it came to pass by the way in the inn, that
2. Guest chamber, KaraXv^a. kaialuma.
Luke 2. 7 there was no room for them in the inn
S.Inn, general receiving house, vavSoxtwv pando.
Lukeio. 34 brought him to an inn, and took care of
INNER
I. Inner, C }9 penimi.
i Ki. 6. 27 he set the cherubim within the inner
6. 36 he built the inner court with three rows
7. 12 both for the inner court of the house of
7. 50 for the doors of the inner house, the most
1 CIi.28. n pattern., of the inner parlours thereof, and
2 Ch. 4. 22 the inner doors thereof for the most holy
Esth. 4. ii shall come unto the king into the inner
5. i stood in the inner court of the king s ho.
Eze. S. 3 to the door of the inner gate that looketh
8. 1 6 he brought me into the inner court of the
10. 3 and the cloud filled the inner court
40. 15 unto the face of the porch of the inner
40. 19 unto the forefront of the inner court with.
40. 23 the gate of tho inner court (was) over ag.
40. 27 a gate in the inner court toward the south
40. 28 he brought me to ths inner court by the
40. 32 brought me into the inner court toward
40. 44 And without the inner gate (were) the
40. 44 chambers of the singers in the inner court
41.15 with the inner temple and the porches of
41. 17 To that above the door, even unto the in.
42. 3 twenty (.cubits) which (were) for the inner
42. 15 he had made an end of measuring the in.
43. 5 So the spirit, .brought me into the inner
44. 17 when they enter in at the gates of the in.
44. 17 they minister in the gates of the inner
44. 21 drink, .when they enter into the inner
44. 27 unto the inner court, to minister in the
45. 19 the posts of the gate of the inner court
46. i The gate of the inner court that looketh
2.Within, inner, t<r<v eso.
Eph. 3. 16 strengthened with might, .in the inner
S. Inner, innermost, Iffiarepos csoteros.
Acts 16. 24 thrust them into the inner prison, and
INNER chamber
Inner chamber, Tin cheder.
1 Ki.2o. 30 came into the city, into an inner chamber
2s. 25 when thou shalt go into an inner chamber
a Ki. o. 2 go in., and carry him to an inner chamber
2 Ch.i 8. 24 when thou shalt go into an iroier chamber
INNER part
Inner part, C typanim,
2 Ch.2g. 16 the priests went into the inner part of the
INNERMOST part
Inner part, Tin cheder.
Prov 18. 8 down into the innermost parts ofthe belly
26. 22 go down into the innermost parts of the
INNOCENCY
\.Purity, ID; zaht.
Dan. 6. 22 as before him innocency was found in me
2.1nnocence, cleanness, \Vfflniqgayon.
Gen. 20. 5 and innocency of rny hands, hare I done
Psa. 26. 6 I will wash mine hands in innocency : so
73. 13 vain, and washed my hands in innocency
Hos. 8. 5 how long, ere they attain to innocency ?
INNOCENT (person)
l.Gratuitous, Djn chinnam.
i Ki. 2. 31 thou mayest take away the innocent blood
2.Safe, covered, *f3 chaph.
Job 33. 9 I (am) inuocent ; neither.. iniquity in me
B.Innocent, clean, free, acquitted, ?} naqi.
Exod 23. 7 the innocent and righteous slay thou not
Deut 19. 10 That innocent blood be not shed in thy 1.
19. 13 thou shalt put away, .innocent blood from
21. 8 lay not innocent blood unto thy people of
si. 9 shalt thou put away the. .innocent blood
27. 25 taketh reward to slay an innocent person
1 Sa. 19. 5 wilt thou sin against innocent blood, to
2 Ki.2i. i6Manassehshed innocent blood very much
24. 4 also for the imnocent blood that he shed
24. 4 he filled Jerusalem with innocent blood
Job 4. 7 who (ever) perished, being innocent? or
9. 23 he willlaugh at Ihe trial of the innocent
17. 8 the innocent shall stir up himself against
22. 19 and the innocent laugh them to scorn
22. 30 Heshalldeliverthe island of the innocent
27. 17 and the innocent shall divide the silver
Psa. 10. 8 in the secret places doth he murder the in.
15. 5 nor taketh reward against the innocent
94. 21 righteous, and condemn the innocent bl.
106. 38 And shed innocent blood, .the blood of
Prov. i. ii let us lurk privily for the innocent with.
6. 1 7 a lying tongue, and hands that shed inno.
Isa. 59. 7 they make haste to shed innocent blood
Jer. 2. 34 the blood of the souls of the poor innoc.
7. 6 and shed not innocent blood in this place
19. 4 have filled this place with the blood of in.
Jer. 22. 3 neither shed innocent blood in this place
22. 17 for to shed innocent blood, and foroppr.
26. 15 ye shall surely bring innocent blood upon
Jon. 1. 14 lay not upon us innocent blood : for thou
^.Innocent, clean, N P} naqi.
Joel 3. 19 they have shed innocent blood in their la.
5. Innocent, guiltless, aBuios athoos.
Matt 27. 4 [in that I have betrayed the innocent bl.l
27. 24 I am innocent of the blood of this just
INNOCENT, to be
To be innocent, clean, free, acquitted, np: naqah, 2.
Psa. 19. 13 I shall be innocent from the great trans.
Prov. 6. 29 whosoever toucheth her shall notbeinno.
28. ;o maketh haste to be rich shail not be inno.
Jer. 2. 35 Yet thou Eayest, Because I am innocent
INNOCENT, to hold
To declare innocent, "J naqah, 3.
Job 9. 28 I know that thou wilt not hold me inno.
INNUMERABLE
l.-iVb number, without number, i^pp )
%N en mispar.
Job 21. 33 draw, .as (there are) innumerable before
Psa. 40. 12 For innumerable evils have compassed me
104. 25 sea, wherein (are) things creeping innum.
Jer. 46. 23 more than the grasshoppers, and . .innu.
2.Not to be numbered, dropffyirjTos anarithmetos.
Heb. ii. 12 as the sand which is by the sea shore in.
[Sec also Company, multitude.]
INORDINATE love or affection
l.Doting.love, ~^:j? ayabah.
Eze. 23. ii she was more corrupt in her inordinate 1.
2. Affection, suffering, lust, TO.QOS pathos.
Col. 3. 5 uncleanness, inordinate affection, evil co.
INQUISITION to be made
To be sought or searched out, t (3? baqash,
Esth. 2. 23 when inquisition was made of the matter
INQUISITION, to make
To seek, inquire, require^ try? darash.
Deutig. ;S the judges shall make diligent inquisition
Psa. 9. 12 Whenhemaketh inquisition for blood, he
INSCRIPTION
To write, above, tiuypafyta epigrapho.
Acts.i?. 23 For. .1 found an altar with this inscript.
INSIDE
House, ivilhin, n>3 bayith.
1 Ki. 6. 15 covered (them) on the inside with wood
INSOMUCH as
So that, uart hoste.
Acts i. 19 insomuch as that field is called in their
INSOMUCH that
1. With a view to which, efj eis.
2 Co. 8. 6 Insomuch that we desired Titus, tliat as
2. So that, Stern hoste.
Matt. 8. 24 insomuch that the ship was covered with
12. 22 he healed him, insomuch that the blind
13 54 insomuch that they were astonished, and
15. 31 Insomuch that the multitude wondered
24. 24 inscmuch that, if (it were) possible, they
27. 14 insomuch that the governor marvelled
Mark i. 27 insomuch that they questioned among
1. 45 insomuch that Jesus could no more open.
2. 2 insomuch that there was no room to rec.
2. 12 insomuch that they were all amazed, and
3. 10 insomuch that they pressed upon him for
9. 26 insomuch that many said, He is dead
Lukei2. i insomuch that they trode one upon anpt.
Acts 5. 15 Insomuch that they brought forth thesick
2 Co. i. 8 insomuch that we despaired even pf life
Gal. 2. 13 insomuch that Barnabas also was carried
INSPIRATION
Breath, no^ ncshamah.
Job 32. 8 the inspiration of the Almighty givtth
INSPIRATION of God, given by
God-breathed, Qtoirvtva-ros theopneustos.
2 Ti. 3. 16 All scripture., given by inspiration of God
INSTANT
I. Moment, instant, pr? rega.
Jer. 18. 7, 9 (At what) instant I shall speak concerni.
2. Hour, u>pa hora.
Luke 2. 38 she coming in that instant gave thanks
INSTANT, at an
An instant, yns petha.
Isa. "o. 5 yea, it shall be at an instant suddenly
30. 13 breaking cometh suddenly at an instant
INSTANT, to be
l.To lie upon, (iriKei^ai cpikcimai.
Luke23. 23 they were instant with loud voices, rcqu.
2. To place upon, (<pi(rr-nm ephislemi.
2 Ti. 4. 2 be instant iu season, out of season ; repr.
INSTANT, to continue
To persevere, continue in, irpoffKaprfpttaproskarte.
Rom. 12. 12 Rejoicing in hope, .continuing instant in
INSTANTLY
1. Intently, iv (icrtveia en ekleneia.
Acts 26. 7 Unto which . . our twelve tribes, instantly
INSTEAD 518 INTERCESSION
2. Hastily, speedily, (rtrouSaius spoudaios.
Luke 7. 4 when they came .. they besought him ins.
INSTEAD, in the stead of
1. Under, instead of, nrn tachath.
Gen. 2. 21 ami closed up the flesh instead thereof
4. 25 another seed instead of Abel, whom Cain
32. 13 a burnt offering in the stead of his son.
30. -2 (Am) I in God s stead, who hath withheld
44. 33 let thy servant abide instead of the lad
xod2Q. 30 that son that is priest in his stead shall
Lev. 16. 32 priest, .to minister, .in his father s stead
Hum. 3. 12 instead of all the first born that openeth
3. 41, 45 instead of all the first bornamoiiK tin 1
3. 41, 45 the cattle of the Levites instead of
5. 19 (with another) instead of thy husband
5. 20 aside (to another) instead of thy husb.
5. 29 aside (to another) instead of her husb.
8. 16 instead of such as open every womb, (even
32. 14 ye are risen up in your father s stead, an
Deut. 2. 12, 23 destroyed, .and dwelt in their stead
2. 21, 22 succeeded them, and dwelt in their
10. 6 Eleazar his son ministered, .in his stead
Josh. 5. 7 children, (whom) he raised up in their ste.
Judg 15. 2 take her, I pray thee, instead of her
2 Sa. 16. 8 of Saul, in whose stead thou hast reigned
17. 25 Amasa captain of the host instead of Joab
T Ki. i. 30 he shall sit upon my throne in my stead
1. 35 he shall be king in my stead : and I have
3. 7 servant king instead of David my father
ij. 27 Rehoboam made in their stead brasen sh.
2 Ki.i7. Z4 m the cities of -Samaria instead of the
1 Ch. 5. 22 dwelt in their steads until the captivity
Esth. 7. 4 the maiden, .be queen instead of Vashti
2. 17 and made her queen instead of Vashti
Job 16. 4 if your soul were in my soul s stead, I
31. 40 grow instead of wheat, and cockle instead
34. 24 He shall, .set others in their stead
Psa. 45. 16 Instead of thy fathersshallbethychildren
Prov. ii. 8 and the wicked cometh in his stead
Eccl. 4. 15 child that shall stand up in his stead
Isa. 3. 24 instead of sweet smell there shall be stink
3. 24 instead of a girdle a rent ; and instead of
3. 24 and instead of a stomacher a girding of
3. 24 sackcloth ; (and) burning instead of bea.
55. 13 Instead of the thorn . . instead of the brier
Eze. 16. 32 taketh strangers instead of her husband
2. For, in behalf of, virtp (gen.) hi/per.
2 Co. 5. 20 we praf (you), in Christ s stead, be ye re.
Phm. 13 that in thy stead he might have minister.
INSTRUCT, t>
1.7*o consider, discern, attend, p3 bin, 5.
Isa. 40. 14 instructed him, and taught him in the
Dan. ii. 33 they that understand. . shall instruct many
2. To cause to understand, p3 bin, 3a.
Deut.32. 10 he led him about, he instructed him, he
3. Reprover, instructor, TB? yissor.
Job 40. 2 Shall he that contendeth. .instruct (him)?
4. To chasten, instruct, 15; yasar, 3.
Deut. 4. 36 to hear his voice, that he might instruct
Job 4 . 3 thou hast instructed many, and thou hast
Psa. 1 6. 7 my reins also instruct me in the night
Isa. 8. 1 1 instructed me that I should
28. 26 his God doth instruct him to discretion
5. To shoiv, direct, rn; yarah, 5.
2 Ki. 12. 2 his days wherein Jehoiada. .instructed
6. To teach, i.
1
?^ lamad, 3.
Prov. 5. 13 nor inclined mine ear to them that instr.
Song 8. 2 my mother s house, (who) would instruct
7. To cause to act wisely, hj? sakal, 5.
Neh. 9. 20 Thou gavest. .thy good spirit to instruct
Psa. 32. 8 I will instruct thee and teach thee in the
8.7*0 sound throughout, instruct, KOTT;X" katfrheo.
Luke i. 4 those things, wherein thou hast been ins.
Acts 18. 25 This man was instructed in the way of the
Rom. 2. 1 8 excellent, ^eing instructed out of the law
9. To mft ke a discipie or ttarner,fj.a,6r}Tfvu matheteuo.
Matt 1 3. 52 instructed unto the kingdom of heaven, is
10. To nurture as a child, instruct, tratSevca paideuo.
2 Ti. 2. 25 In meekness instructing those that oppose
11. To cause to go up nr unite together, ffv/j.&ifiaca.
1 Co. 2. 16 mind of the Lord, that he may instruct
INSTRUCT before, to
7*o cause to go up before, irpo/3i&a.ci> probibazo.
Matt 14. 8 she, being before instructed of her mother
INSTRUCTED, to be
1. Ti> become knoirn, yv yada, 2.
Jer. 31. 19 after that I was instructed, I smote upon
2.7*o lie founded, instructed, 15; yasad, 6.
2 Ch. 3. 3 Solomon was instructed for the building
3. To be chastised, instructed, ip; yasar, 2.
Psa. 2. 10 be instructed, ye judges of the earth
Jer. 6. 8 Be thou instructed, O Jerusalem, lest my
4.7*0 be taught, i^ lamad, 4.
i Ch.25. 7 their brethren that were instructed in the
5.7*0 cause to act tcisely, Sj? sakai, 5.
Prov.2i. ii when the wise is instructed, he receiveth
6. To initiate into mysteries, nvtia mueS.
Phil. 4. 12 in all things I am instructed l>oth to be
INSTRUCTION
1. Chastisement, instruction, ig?D musar.
Psa. 50. 17 Seeing thou hatest instruction, and cast.
Prov. i. 2 To know wisdom and instruction ; to per.
j. 3 To receive the instruction of wisdom, jus!
i. 7 (but) fools despise wisdom and instruction
i. 8 My son, hear the instruction of thy father
4. i Hear, ye children, the instruction of a f.
4. isTakefast hold of instruction ; let (her) not
5. 12 How have I hated instruction, and myh.
5. 23 He shall die without instruction ; and hi
6. 23 reproofs of instruction
(are) the way of life
8. 10 Receive my instruction,ami not silver; and
8. 33 Hear instruction, and be wise, and refuse
jo. 17 He. .the way of life that keepeth instruc.
12. i Whoso loveth instruction lovethknowled.
13. i A wise son(heareth)his father s instruction
13. 18 Poverty . .to him that refuseth instruction
15. 5 A fool despiseth his father s instruction
15.32 He that refuseth instruction despiseth his
15. 33 The fear of the LORD (is) the instruction
16. 22 well spring, .but the instruction of fool?
19. 20 Hear counsel, and receive instruction, that
19. 27 Cease, my son, to hear the instruction
23. 12 Apply thine heart unto instruction, and
23. 23 wisdom, and instruction, and understand.
24. 32 I looked upon (it, and) received instruction
Jer. 17. 23 that they might not hear, nor receive ins.
32. 33 they have not hearkened to receive inst.
35. 13 Will ye not receive instruction to hearken
Eze. 5. 15 an instruction and an astonishment unto
Zeph. 3. 7 I said, Surely . . thou wilt receive instruc.
1. Instruction, -iljb mosar.
Job 33. 16 openeth the ears of men . . sealeth their in.
3. Nurture, instruction, iratSfia paideia.
2 Ti. 3. 16 profitable .. for instruction in righteous.
INSTRUCTOR
1.7*0 whet, sharpen, e*a^> latash.
Gen. 4. 22 an instructor of every artificer iu brass
2.Chi/d conductor, waiSayuyds jiaidagfigos.
i Co. 4. 15 though ye have ten thousand instructors
3. One who nurtures or instructs, ircuSeirHjs paideut.
Rom. 2. 20 An instructor of the foolish, a teacher of
INSTRUMENT
1. Vessel, instrument, ^3 keli.
Gen. 49. 5 instruments of cruelty . . their habitations
Exod25. 9 the pattern of all the instruments thereof
Is um. 3. 8 they shall keep all the instruments of the
4. 12 shall take all the instruments of minis.
4. 26 and all the instruments of their service
4. 32 with all their instruments, and with all
4. 32 by name ye shall reckon the instruments
7. i and all the instruments thereof, both the
31. 6 with the holy instruments, and the truni.
35. 16 if he smite him with an instrument of iron
1 Sa. 8. 12 his instruments of war, and instruments
2 Sa. 24. 22 and (other) instruments of the oxen for
i Ki.ig. 21 boiled their flesh with the instruments
1 Ch. 9. 29 to oversee the vessels and alltheinstrum.
12. 33 expert in war, with all instruments of war
12. 37 with all manner of instruments of war for
15. 16 the singers with instruments of music
16. 42 and with musical instruments of God
23. 5 praised the LORD with the instruments
28. 14 all instruments of all manner of service
28. 14 for all instruments of silver by weight
28. 14 all instruments of every kind of service
2 Ch. 4. 16 the flesh hooks, and all their instruments
5. i all the instruments, put he among the
5. 13 with the trumpets, and cymbals, and ins.
7. 6 Levites also with instrument! of music of
23. 13 also the singers with instruments of mu.
29. 26 the Levites stood with the instruments of
29. 27 with the instruments (ordained) by David
30. 21 (singing) with loud instruments unto the L.
34. 12 all that could skill of instruments of mu.
Neh. 12. 36 with the musical instruments of David the
Psa. 7. 13 He hath also prepared for him the instr.
Isa. 32. 7 instruments also of the churl (are) evil
54. 16 bringeth forth an instrument for his work
Eze. 40. 42 whereupon also they laid the instruments
Amos 6. 5 invent to themselves instruments of music
Zech ii. 15 Take, .the instruments of a foolish sheph.
2. Weapons, armour, oir\a hopla.
Rom. 6. 13 instruments of unrighteousness unto sin
6. 13 instruments of righteousness unto God
[See alsn Musical, threshing, ten strings.)
INSTRUMENT of music
l.A trichord, v h? shalish.
i Sa. 18. 6 came out . .with instruments of music
2.[Afeaning uncertain}, jirn dachavan.
Dan. 6. 1 8 neither were instruments of music brou.
INSTRUMENT, to sing to the stringed
To pl ty a stringed instrument, jjj [nayan, 3],
Psa. 38. 20 we will sing my songs to the stringed in.
INSTRUMENT, stringed
\.Stringed instrument, nj Jj neginah.
Hab. 3. 19 To the chief singer on my stringed instr.
2. Stringed instrument, D J.? minniin.
Psa. 1 50. 4 praise him with stringed instruments and
INSTRUMENTS, playier) on
1. To pipe, play on instruments, V^IJ chalal.
Ps*. 87. 7 As well the singers as the players on ins.
To play on a stringed instrument, JJJ nagan, 1, 2.
Psa. 63. 25 the players on instruments ; Eze. 33. 32.
INSURRECTION
1. Assembly, company, np)~i rigshah.
Psa. 64. 2 from the insurrection of the workers of
l.A standing up, u^msing, <rra(m stasis.
Mark 1 5. 7 who had committed murder in the insur.
INSURRECTION against, to make
1.7*0 lift up self, nyi nesa, 4.
Ezra 4. 19 of old time hath made insurrection against
2. To place on against, KaTf(pia-rrifj.i katephistemi.
Acts 1 8. 12 the Jews made insurrection, .against Paul
INSURRECTION -with, to make
An aider or abetter, a-u^raa-iaffrris sustasiasles.
Mark 1 5. 7 them that [had made insurrection with]
INTEGRITY
I. Perfection, integrity, simplicity, en torn.
Gen. 20. 5 in the integrity of my heart .. have I done
20. 6 I know that thou didst this in the integ.
1 Ki. 9. 4 in integrity of heart, and in uprightness
Psa. 7. 8 and according to mine integrity, .in me
25. 21 Let integrity and uprightness preserve me
26. i I have walked in mine integrity : I have
i ii as for me, I will walk in mine integrity
41. 12 as for me, thou uphoMest me in mine in.
78. 72 So he fed them according to the integrity
Prov 19. i Better, .the poor that walketh in his int.
20. 7 The just (man) walketh in his integrity
^.Perfection, integrity, rr*n tummah.
Job 2. 3 still he holdeth fast his integrity.although
2. 9 said . . Dost thou still retain thine integ.?
27. 5 till I die I will not remove mine integrity
31. 6 weighed, .that God may know mi:ie inte.
Prov ii. 3 The integrity of the upright shall guide
INTELLIGENCE, to have
7*o cause to understand, p? bin, 5.
Dan. ii. 30 have intelligence with them that forsake
INTEND, to
1. To say, TDK amar.
Exod 2. 14 Intendest thou to kill me, as thou killedst
Josh 22. 33 did not intend to go up against them in
2 Ch.28. 13 ye intend to add. .to our sins and to our
2.7*0 stretch out, turn aside, n^pj natah.
Psa. 21. ii they intended evil against thee; theyim.
3.7*o will,beminded,counselled,poi/\ona,i bov.lomai.
Acts 5. 28 intend to bring this man s blood upon us
12. 4 intending after Easter to bring him forth
4.7*0 will, wish, 6f\u (held.
Luke 14. 28 which of you, intending to build a tower
5. 7*o be about, p.t\\u me.Ho.
Acts 5. 35 take heed to yourselves what ye intend to
20. 13 unto Assos, there intending to take in P,
INTENT
I. Order, condition, intent, sake, rna i dibrah.
Dan. 4. 17 to the intent that the living may know
^.Device, natp mezimmah.
Jer. 30. 24 until he have performed the intents of his
3. Intent, intention, mind, fwoia. ennoia.
Heb. 4. 12 a discerner of the thoughts and intents
4. Word, matter, thing, \6yos logos.
Acts 10. 20 I ask. .for what intent ye have sent for
INTENT (that), to the or for that
1. In order to, jyc^ le-maan.
Eze. 40. 4 for to the intent that I might show (them)
I.For the purpose of, "na^jS le-baabur.
2 Sa. 17. 14 to the intent that the LORD might bring
3.7*0 this thing, els rovrc eis touto.
Acts 9. 21 came hither for that intent, that he might
4. With a view to, e j eis.
i Co. 10. 6 to the intent we should not lust after evil
5. That, so that, ivo. linii.
John 1 1. 15 I was not there, to the intent ye may bel.
Eph. 3. 10 To the intent that now unto the pnucip.
6. For what f irpbs rl pros ti.
John 13. 28 no man. .knew for what intent he spake
INTERCESSION
.1 7/i< i tiny between, intercession, 4Wtu{s enteuxis.
i Ti. 2. i that . . intercessions . . be made for all men
INTERCESSION, to make
1.7*0 come or fall upon, meet, l i$ paga.
Jer. 7. 16 neither make intercession to me : for I
27. 18 let them now make intercession to the L.
2.7*0 cause to come or fall upon, meet, y^ paga, 5.
Isa. 53. 12 made intercession for the transgressors
Jer. 36. 25 had made intercession to the king that he
3.7*<> meet with, come between, intercede, ivriryxdvu.
Rom. S. 27 because he maketh intercession for the
8. 34 Christ, .who also maketh intercession for
ii. 2 how he maketh intercession to God agai.
Heb. 7. 25 ever liveth to make intercession forthem
INTERCESSION 519 INVENTED
INTERCESSION for, to make
To meet with in behalf ofone, fanftmyxditt huper.
Rom. 8. 26 the spirit itself maketh intercession for
INTERCESSOR
To cause to come or fall upon, meet, yi^ paga, 5.
Isa. 59. to wondered that (there was) no intercessor
INTERMEDDLE, to
l.To intermeddle, mix up self, yVj gala, 7.
Prov 18. i seeketh (and) intermeddleth with all wi.
2. To mix up self with something, 3-iy arab, 7.
Prov. 14. 10 a stranger doth not intermeddle with his
INTERMISSION
Cessation, .-wan haphugah.
Lam. 3. 49 ceaseth not, without any intermission
INTERPRET, to
l.To interpret, explain, nn? pathar.
Gen. 40. 22 hanged . . as Joseph had interpreted to th.
41. 8 none that could interpret them unto Ph.
41.12 and he interpreted to us . . he did interpret
41. 13 as he interpreted to us, so it was ; me he
41. 15 none that can interpret it. . to interpret it
2. To interpret or explain thoroughly, tupurivefa.
1 Co. 12. 30 all speak with tongues? do all interpret?
14. 5 except he interpret, that the church may
14. 13 Wherefore let him. .pray that he may in.
14. 27 and (that) by course; and let one iuterpr.
3. To interpret or explain, p/u7jpeuo> hermeneuo.
John i. 38whichistosay,[beinginterpreted,]Master
INTERPRETATION
1. Sweetness, moral, interpretation, T?p melitsah.
Prov. i. 6 To understand a proverb, and the interp.
2. Interpretation, explanation, i? S pesher.
Eccl. 8. i who knoweth the interpretation of a thing
^.Interpretation, explanation, i9 peshar.
Dan. 2. 4 tell, .the dream, and we will show the in.
2. 5 the dream, with the interpretation thereof
2. 6 if ye show the dream, and the interpreta.
2. 6 show me the dream, and the interpretation
2. 7 and we will show the interpretation of it
2. 9 that ye can show me the interpretation
2. 16 that he would show the king the interpr.
2. 24 I will show unto the king the interpreta.
2. 25 that will make known . . the interpretation
2. 26 the dream which I have seen, and the in.
2. 30 that shall make known the interpretation
2. 36 we will tell the interpretation thereof be.
2. 45 the dream (is) certain, and the interpret.
4. 6 they might make known unto me the int.
4. 7 they did not make known unto me the in.
4. 9 my dream . . and the interpretation thereof
4. 18 declare the interpretation thereof, foras.
4. 1 8 not able to make known unto me the int.
4. 19 let not the dream, or the interpretation
4. 19 the interpretation thereof to thine enem.
4. 24 This (is) the interpretation, O king, and
5. 7 and show me the interpretation thereof
5. 8 nor make known to the king the interpr.
5. 12 let Daniel be called . .he will show the in.
5. 15 and make known unto me the interpreta.
5. 15 but they could not show the interpretation
5. 16 that thou canst make interpretations
5. 16 and make known to me the interpretation
5. 17 and make known to him the interpretation
5. 26 This (is) the interpretation of the thing
7. 16 So he told me, and made me know the in.
4. To interpret, explain, 109 pathar.
Gen. 40. 16 When the chief baker saw that the inter.
^.Interpretation, explanation, ji"iri9 pithron.
Gen. 40. 5 each mail according to the interpretation
40. 8 (Do) not interpretations (belong) to God?
40. 12, 18 This (is) the interpretation . .The three
41. ii dreamed each man according to the inte.
6.A fracture, breaking,inter>retation ,~\yj ,-c.iy sheber.
Judg. 7. 15 heard the telling of the dream, audthe in.
7. Unloosing, ^iriAixns epilusis.
2 Pe. i. 20 no prophecy, .is of any private interpret
8. Interpretation, explanation, epfirivtia, Jiermeneia.
i Co. 12. 10 to another the [interpretation] of tongues
14. 26 every one of you. .hath an interpretation
INTERPRETATION, to be by
1. To interpret, explain, fp^vfvdi hermeneuo.
John i. 42 Cephas, which is by interpretation, A
9. 7 Siloam, which is by interpretation, Sent
IIeb. 7. 2 flrst being by interpretation King of righ.
2. To be interpreted, explained, fj.f9p/j.r)Vfvo/uiai.
Acts 13. 8 sorcerer, for so is his name by interpreta.
3. To interpret or explain fully, $iepfj.rjvfvu dierm.
Acts 9. 36 Tabitha, which by interpretation is called
INTERPRETED, to be
l.To cast over, interpret, explain, Dnn targem.
Ezra 4. 7 written, .and interpreted in the Syrian
2.To be interpreted, or explained, fj.f0fpfj.nvevofj.at.
Matt. i. 23 Emmanuel, which being interpreted, is,G.
Mark 5. 41 Talitha cumi, which is, being interpreted
15. 22 Golgotha,which is, being interpreted, The
>5- 34 Eloi. .which is, being interpreted, Mj God
John L 41 Messias,which is, being interpreted, the C.
Acts 4. 36 Barnabas, which is, being interpreted.The
INTERPRETER
1. To treat as a scorner or foreigner, fW tuts, 5.
Gen. 42. 23 for he spake unto them by an interpreter
Job 33. 23 an interpreter, one among a thousand, to
2. To interpret, explain, ~f\$ pathar.
Gen. 40. 8 a dream, and (there is) no interpreter of
3. One who interprctsor exj)lainsfully,^ifpfj.rtvfvri]s.
1 Co. 14. 28 if there be no [interpreter], let him keep
INTERPRETING
To interpret, explain, ~\V!) peshar, 3.
Dan. 5. 12 interpreting of dreams, and showing of
INTO
l.To, unto, "?x el.
Gen. 6. 18 thou shalt come into the ark, thou, and
2. With, near, at, even, by, nx eth.
Exod39. 3 they did beat the gold into thin plates, and
Z.Into, iD3 bemo.
Job 37. 8 Then the beasts go into dens, and remain
4. Unto, IX ad.
Judg ii. 19 Let us pass, .through thy land into my
5.Middle, midst, TIIJ-I tavek.
Deut 23. ii sun is down, he shall come into the camp
6. Unto, up to, &xpi achri.
Acts 20. 4 thereaccompanied him into Asia, Sopater
7. Into, to, at, fls eis.
Matt. 2. 1 1 when they were come into the house.they
2. 12 they departed into their own country an.
2. 13 flee into Egypt, and be thou there until I
2. 14 Whenhe arose he took . . and departed into
2. 20 Arise, .and go into the land of Israel : for
2. 21 hearose. .and came into thelandof Israel
2. 22 he turned aside into the parts of Galilee
Matt. 3. 10, 12 ; 4. i, 5, 8, 12, 18 ; 5. i, 20, 25, 29, 30 ;
6. 6, 13, 26, 30 ; 7. 19, 21 ; 8. 5, 12, 14, 23, 28, 31, 32, 32,
33 ; 9. i, i, 17, 17, 23, 26, 28, 38; 10. 5, 5, ii, 12, 23; ii.
7 ; 12. 4, 9, ii, 29, 44 ; 13. 2, 30, 36, 42, 47, 48, 50, 54 ; 14.
13, 15, 22, 23, 32, [34], 35; 15. ii, 14, 17, 17, 21, 29, 39; 16.
13 ; 17. i, 15, 15, 22, 25 ; 18. 3, 8, 8, 9, 9, 30 ; 19. i, 17, 23,
24 ; 20. i, 2, 4, 7 ; 21. 2, 10, 12, 17, 18, 21, 23, 31 ; 22. 10,
13; 24. 38; 25. 21,23, 3 4 J > 46. 46. 2t>- 18, 30, 32, 41,
45, 52, 71 ; 27. 6, 27, 53 ; 28. 7, 10, n, 16, 16.
Mark i. 12, 14, 21, 21, 29, 35, 38, 45; 2. i, n, 22, [22,]
26 ; 3. i, 13, 19, 27 ; 4. i, 37 ; 5. i, 12, 12, 13, 13, 18 ; 6. i,
10, 31, 32, 36, 45, 46, 51, 56; 7. 15, 17, 18, 19, 19, 19, 24,
24, 33 ; 8. 10, 10, [13,] 26, 27 ; 9. 2, 22, 22, 25, 28, 31, 42, 43,
[43.143. 45. [45.] 45. 47. 47 . io- J . !7. 23. 2
4> 2 5 : " 2 . 2> ".
11, 23; 12. 41, 43; 13. [15]; 14. 13, 16, 26, 28, 38, 41, 54,
68 ; 15. 41 ; ID. 5, 7, [12, 15, 19.]
Luke i. 9, 39, 39, 40, 79 ; 2. 3, 4, 15, 27, 39 ; 3. 3, 9, 17;
4. [i, 5,] 14, 16, 37, 38, 42 ; 5. 3, 4, 19, 37, 38 ; 6. 4, 6, 12, 38,
39; 7. i, ii, 24, 36, 44; 8. 22, 29, 30, 31, 32, 33, 33, 37,
41, 51 ; 9. 10, 12, 28, 34, 44, 44, 52 ; 10. i, 2, 5, 8, 10, 10,
38, 38; n. 4; 12. 5, 28, s8; 13. 19; 14. i, 5, 21, 23; 15.
13, 15; 16. 4, 9, 16, 22, 28; 17. 2, 12, 27; 18. 10, 24, 25;
19. 12, 30, 45 ; 21. i, 21, 24 ; 22. 3, 10, 10, 33, 40, 46, 54, 66 ;
23. [19,] 25, 46 ; 24. 7, 26, [51].
John i. 9, 43 ; 3. 4, 5, 17, 19, 22, 24; 4. 3, 14, 28, 38, 43,
45, 46, 47, 54; 5. 7, 24; 6. 3, 14, 15, 17, 21, 22, 22 ; 7. 3, 14;
8. [2]; 9. 39; 10. i, 36, 40; ii. 7, 27, 30, 54; 12. 24, 46;
13. 2, 3, 5, 27; 15. 6; 16. [13,] 20, 21, 28 ; 17. 18, 18; 18. i,
n, 15, 28, 33, 37; 19. 9, 17; 20. 6, ii, 25, 25, 27; 21. 3, 7,
Acts i. n, ii, ii, 13 ; 2. 20, 20, 34 ; 3. i, 2, 3, 8 ; 5. 21 ;
7. 3, 4, 9, [15,] 16, 34, 39, 55 ; 8. 38 ; 9. 6, 8, 17, 39 ; 10. 16,
22, 24 ; ii. 8, 10, 12 ; 12. 17 ; 13. 14 ; 14. i, 20, 22, 25; 16. 9,
to, 15, 19, 23, 24, 34, 37, [40]; 17. ID; 18. 7, 18, 19,27; 19.
8. 22, 29, 31 ; 20. i, 2, 3, 18 ; 21. 3, 8, ii, 26, 28, 29, 34,
37, 38 ; 22. 4, 10, ii, 23, 24 ; 23. 10, 16, 20, 28 ; 25. 23 ; 27.
i, 6, 17, 30, 38, 39, 41 ; 28. 5, 17, 23.
Rom. i. 26 ; 5. 2, 12 ; 6. 3, 3, 4 ; 8. 21 ; 10. 6, 7, 18 ; n.
24 ; 15. 24, 28.
1 Co. 12. 13, [13] -. 14 9.
2 Co. i. 16; 2. 13; 7. 5; ii. 13, 14; 12. 4; Gal. i. 17, 21 ;
3. 27; 4. 6; Eph. 4. 9, 15 ; Col. i. 13 ; 2 Th. 3. 5, 5 ; i Ti.
i. 3, 12, 15 ; 3. 6, 7; 6. 7, 9; 2 Ti. 3. 6; Heb. i. 6; 3. n,
18 ; 4. i, 3, 3, 5, 10, ii ; 6. 19 ; 8. 10 ; 9. 6, 7, 12, 24, 24, 25 ;
10. 5, 31 ; ii. 8 ; 13. n; Jas. i. 25 ; 4. 13 ; 5. 4, 12 ; i Pe
i. 12; 2. 9 ; 3. 22 ; 2 Pe. i. n ; i Jo. 4. i, 9 ; 2 Jo. 7, 10;
Juuc4; Rev. 2. 10, 22, 22; 5. 6; 8. 5, 3; 12. 6, 9, 14,
14; 13. 10; 14. 19, 19 ; 15. 8 ; 16. 16, [17,] 19 ; 17. 3, 8, ii;
18. 21 ; 19. 20; 20. 3, 10, 14, 15; 21. 24, 26, 27; 22, 14.
8.1n, into, fv en.
Mark i. 16 he saw Simon, .casting a net into the sea
Luke 5. 16 he withdrew himself into the wilderness
23. 42 rememberme when thou comest [into] thy
John 3. 35 and hath given all things into his hand
5. 4 [angel went down at a certain season into]
Acts 7. 45 into the possession of the Gentiles, whom
Rom. i. 23 into an image made like to corruptible man
i. 25 Who changed the truth of God into a lie
2 Co. 8. 1 6 put the same earnest care into the heart
Gal. i. 6 removed from him that called you into
i Ti. 3. 1 6 believed on in the world, received up into
9. On, upon, over, ivl (gen.) epi.
Mark 4. 26 as if a man should cast seed into the gro.
Heb. 10. 16 I will put my laws into their hearts, and
10. On, upon, over, 4itl (ace.) epi.
Matt 13. 8 other fell into good ground, and brought
13. 20 that received the seed into stony places
13. 23 he thatreceived seed into thegood ground
18. 12 goethintothe mountains, and seekeththat
22. 9 Go ye therefore into the highways, and
24. 16 let them which be in Tudea flee [into] "the
Mark 6. 53 they came into the land of Gennesaret, and
Lukeig. 4 climbed up into a sycomore tree to see
Luke 19. 23 gavest not thou my money into the bank
Acts 7. 23 it came into his heart to visit his brethren
9. ii Arise, and go into the street which is
i Co. 2. 9 neither haveentered into the heart of man
1 1. 20 When ye come together therefore into one
14. 23 the whole church be come together into
Kev. ii. ii life from God entered [into] them
\\.Dovm, down throughout, Kara, (ace.) kata.
Acts 5. 15 brought forth the sick [into] the streets
16. 7 they assayed to go [into] Bithynia: but the
1 2. Within, (<r<a eso.
Marki 4 . 54 even into the palace of the high priest
15. 16 the soldiers led him away into the hall
13. Under, vir& (ace.) hupo.
Jas. 5. 12 Swear not. .lest ye fall into condemnation
[See also, Ashes, bear, beat, bondage, bring, captivity,
carrying, east, come, contempt, desolation, enter, enter
ing, entrance, fall, foolishness, get, go, graff, joy, lead,
look, scatter, sleep, snare, spread, subjection, take.]
INTREAT or ENTREAT, to
l.To smooth doum, appease, weaken, nhnchalah, 3.
i Ki. 13. 6 Intreat now the face of the LORD thy God
Psa. 45. 12 rich among the people shall intreat thy
119. 58 I intreated thy favour with (my) whole
Prov 19. 6 Many will intreat the favour of the prince
2.Tobe gracious, entreat grace orfavour,\)n chanan.
Job 19. 17 though I intreatedifor the children s (sake)
3. To show self gracious, Jjn chanan, 7.
Job 19. 16 I called .. intreated him with my mouth
4.To entreat abundantly, iny athar.
Gen. 25. 2t Isaac intreated the LORD for his wife
Exod. 8. 30 Moses went out from Pharaoh, and intre.
10. 18 he went out from Pharaoh, and intreated
Judg 13. 8 Then Manoah intreated the LORD, and
5. To make abundant intreaty, ins? athar, 5.
Exod. 8. 8 Entreat the LORD, that he may take away
8. 9 Glory over me : when shall I entreat for
8. 28 I will let you go. .only, .entreat forme
8. 29 I will entreat the LORD that the swarms
9. 28 Entreat the LORD, for (it is) enough, that
10. 17 entreat the LORD your God, that he may
6. To come or fall upon, meet, y^paga.
Gen. 23. 8 intreat for me to Ephron the son of Zohar
Ruth i. 16 Intreat me not.to leave thee, (or) to retu.
7. To cause to come or fall upon, meet, yi$ paga, 5.
Jer. 15. ii verily I will cause the enemy to entreat
8. To cast self down, ^palal, 7 .
i Sa. 2. 25 if a man sin. .who shall intreat for him?
9. To ask, fpcaraea erotao.
Phil. 4. 3 I intreat thee also, true yokefellow, help
10. To ask, crave a little, ira.paLreofj.ai paraiteomai.
Heb. 12. 19 they that heard intreated that the word
11. To call for, entreat, ira.paKa.Kfuparako.leo.
Lukeis. 28 therefore came his father out, and intre
1 Co. 4. 13 Being defamed, we intreat : we are made
iTi. 5. i Rebuke not an elder, but intreat (him) as
INTREATED, to be
To be abundantly intreated, nnv athar, 2.
Gen. 25. 21 the LORD was intreated of him, and Reb.
2 Sa. 21. 14 after that God was intreated for the lan(
24. 25 So the LORD was intreated forthe land, and
1 Ch. 5. 20 he was iutreated of them ; because they
2 C h.33. 13 he was intreated of him, and heard his s.
33. 19 (how God) was intreated of him, and all
Ezra 8. 23 besought. .God. .and he was intreated of
Isa. 19. 22 he shall be intreated of them, and shall
INTREATED, easy to be
Easily persuaded, ev-rreiB-fis eupeithes.
Jas. 3. 17 easy to be intreated, full of mercy and
INTREATY
I. Supplication for grace, D J Jnn tachanunim.
Prov 18. 23 The poor useth intreaties ; but the rich
2.A cattingfor, alongside of, entreaty, iropacA.7j(rjs.
2 Co. 8. 4 Praying us with much intreaty that we
INTRUDE into, to
To go or tread in upon, ("fifiaTeva embaleuo.
Col. 2.18 intruding into those things which he hath
INVADE, to
l.To cut, assault, -u yud.
Hab. 3. 16 when he cometh up. .he will invade them
2. To strip, ^y$2)ashat-
1 Sa 23 27 for the Philistines have invaded the land
27 8 David, .invaded the Geshurites, and the
3o i that the Amalekites had invaded the south
2 Ch.2S. 18 The Philistines also had invaded the cities
3. To come or go in, ? x^2 60 be.
2 Ki. 13. 20 bands of the Moabites invaded the land
2 Ch.2o. 10 whom thou wouldest not let Israel invade
INVASION, to make an
To strip, E?;
? pashat.
1 Sa. 30. 14 We made an invasion (upon) the south of
INVENT, to
To think, der-ise, design, 2rn cha.shab.
Amos 6. 5 invent to themselves instruments of music
INVENTED
Device, design, rg^rp machashcbeth.
2 Ch.26. 15 engines, invented by cunning men, to be
INVENTIONS 520 ISAAC
Lev.
INVENTIONS
1. Devices, designs, r.ijs pn chishshcbonoth.
ccl. 7. 29 they have sought out many inventions
2. A doing, deed, ^7.3 maalal.
Psa.io6. 29 they provoked, .to anger with their inve.
106. 39 went a whoring with theirown inventions
3. Doing, deed, rh^j_. alilah.
Psa. 99. 8 though thou tookest vengeance of their i.
INVENTIONS, witty
Device, nstp mezimmah.
Prov. 8. 12 and find out knowledge of witty inventions
INVENTOR
One who finds out (something) more, jQtvpfr-hs.
Horn. i. 30 inventors of evil things, disobedient to p.
INVISIBLE
Unseen, a6paroi aoratos.
Rom. i. 20 the invisible things of him from the crea.
Col. i. 15 Who is the image of the invisible God, the
i. 16 visible and invisible, whether, .thrones
T Ti. i. 17 unto the king eternal, immortal, invisible
Heb. 1 1. 27 he endured, as seeing him who is invisible
INVITE, to
To call, to? qara.
1 Sa. 9. 24 since I said, I have invited the people. So
2 Sa. 13 23 and Absalom invited al! the king s sons
Esth. 5. 12 to morrow am I invited unto her also with
INWARD, INWARDS
1. House, within, rv; layith.
Exod28. 26 which (is) in the side of the ephod inward
39. 19 which (was) on the side of the ephod inw.
2 Sa. 5. 9 built round about from Millo and inward
1 Ki. 7. 25 oxen, .and all their hinder parts (were) i.
2 Ch. 3. 13 they stood, .and their faces (were) in ward
4. 4 oxen . .and all their hinder parts (were) i.
Eze. 40. 9 porch, .and the porch of the gate (was) i.
2. Secret, assembly, counsel, "no sod.
Job 19. 19 All my inward friends abhorred me ; and
3. Inner part, within, c }3 pcntm.
Eze. 40. 16 and windows (were) round about inward
41. 3 Then went he inward, and measured the
4. Inner part, within, C J? penimi.
Eze. 42. 4 walk of ten cubits breadth inward, a way
5. Heart, middle, midst, 2^j5 qereb.
dzg. 13, 22 the fat that covereth the inwards, and
29. 17 wash the in wards of him, and his legs, and
i. 9 his inwards and his legs shall he wash in
i. 13 he shall wash the inwards and the legs
3, 9, 14 the fat that covereth the inwards
3, 9, 14 all the fat that (is) upon the inwards
8 the fat that covereth the inwards, and
8 all the fat that (is) upon the inwards
ii with his legs, and his inwards, and his
. 3 rump, and the fat that covereth the inw.
8. 16, 25 all the fat that (was) upon the inwards
8. 21 he washed the inwards and the legs in w.
9. 14 he did wash the inwards and the legs, and
Psa. 64. 6 the inward, .of every one. .and the heart
6. Within, Zffu esd.
Rom. 7. 22 I delight in the law of God after the inw.
7. From within, f<ru6tv esothtn.
2 Co. 4. 16 yet the [inward] (man) is renewed day by
INWARD affection
Bowds, ait\dyxva splaQchna.
2 Co. 7. 15 his inward affection is more abundant tow.
INWARD (fret)
A hollow fretting, corrosion, nrr? pechetheth.
Lev. 13. 55 shall burn it in the fire ; it (is) fret inw.
INWARD part or thought
1. Inner part, -rn cheder.
Prov.zo. 27 searching all the inward parts of the belly
20. 30 so. .stripes the inward part of the belly
^.Covered, concealed parts, reins, rrne tuchoth.
Job 38. 36 Who hath put wisdom in tlie inward p. ?
Psa. 51. 6 thou desirest truth in the inward parts
S.IIcarl, middle, midst, 3ip qereb.
Psa. 5. 9theirinwardpart(is)very wickedness; their
49. ii Their inward thought (is, that) their ho.
Isa. 16. ii and mine inward parts for Kir-haresh
Jer. 31. 33 I will put my law in their iuward parts
4. From within, tffwQfv es Ahen.
Luken. 39 your inward part is full of ravening and
INWARDLY
\.Heart, middle, midst, 2^;j qereb.
1 sa. 62. 4 they bless, .but they curse inwardly. Sel.
2. In the hidden or concealed part, fv rf Kpwirrf.
Rom. 2. 29 But he (is) a Jew, which is one inwardly
Z.Fro-n within, tffu$tvaf>thfn.
Matt. 7. 15 but inwardly they are ravening wolves
IPH-E-DE-IAH. .-;-;; Jah is freeing. A son of Shashak, a Benjamite ; a chief of the tribe, and
residing in Jerusalem. B.C. 1300.
i Ch. 8. 25 And I., and Penuel, the sons of Shashak
IR. "vy, watcher.
A Benjamite, the father of Maehir. B.C. 1670.
i Ch. 7. 12 Shup. also, and Hup., the children of I.
I -RA, K-yy watcher.
1. A priest to David, and named among his great officers
B.C. 1048.
2 Sa. 20. 26 I. also the Jairite was a chief ruler about
2. Ira the Ithrite (or Jathrite), one of David s guard
B.C. 1048.
3 Sa. 23. 35 I. an Ithrite, Gareb an Itnrite
1 Ch.n. =3 I: the son of Ikkesh the Tekoite, Abi-ezer
17. 9 The sixth (captain . .was) I. the son of I.
3. Anothermemberof David s guard, a Tekoite and son
of Ikkesh. He was leader of the 6th monthly course of
the 24,000, priests appointed by David. B.C. 1048.
2 Sa. 23. 26 Helez the Paltite, I. the son of Ikkesh the
i Ch.n. 40!. the Ithrite, Gareb the Ithrite
I -RAD, -i/i .
Son of Enoch and grandson of Cain. B.C. 3840.
Gen. 4 ..i8 Anduuto Enoch was bora I., and I. begat
I-RAM, c-vy.
A duke of Eclom of the family of Esau. B.C. 1470.
Gen. 36. 43 Duke Magdiel, duke I. : these (be) ttre du.
i Ch. j. 54 Duke Magfliet, duke I. These (are) the
I -RI, ">; Jah is watcher.
A son of Bc-la son of Benjamin. B.C. 1670.
i Ch. 7. 7 And the sons of Bela ; Ezbon .and I., five
IR-r-JAH, .T.-K-V Ja h is seeing. A captain of the guard in Jerusalem, who met Jeremiah
at the gate of Benjamin and led him back to the princes
B.C. 600.
Jer. 37. 13 captain.. (was) there, whose name (was) I.
37. 14 I. took Jeremiah, and brought him to the
IR-NA -HASH, t?rt}-ry serpent city ; magic city. A descendant of Chelub from Judah through Caleb squof
Hur : or it may be a city.
i Ch. 4. 12 Eshton begat .Tehinnah the father of I.
IR -ON, replace of terror.
A city of Naphtali, probably now Yar&n, between Enhazor
and Migdal-el.
Josh. 19. 38 1., and Migdal-el, Horeni, and Beth-anath
IRON
I. Iron, Snj barzd.
Gen. 4. 22 an instructor of every artificer in. .iron
Lev. 26. 19 I will make your heaven as iron, and your
> uni3i. 22 the brass, the iron, the tin, and the lead
35. 16 if he smite him with an instrument of i.
Deut. 3. 1 1 his bedstead (was) a bedstead of iron ; (is)
4. 20 brought you forth out of the iron furnace
8. 9 a land whose stones (are) iron, and out of
27. 5 thou shall not lift up (any) iron . . upon
28. 23 the earth that (is) under thee (shall be) i.
28. 48 he shall put a yoke of iron upon thy neck
33. 25 Thy shoes (shall be) iron and brass ; and
Josh. 6. 19 silver, .gold, and vessels of brass and iron
6. 24 the vessels of brass and of iron, they put
8. 31 over which ro man hath lift up (any) iron
17. 16 all the Canaanites. .have chariots of iron
17. 18 Canaanites, thought hey have chariots of i.
22. 8 and with iron, and with very much raim.
Judg. i. 19 could not. .because they had chariots of i.
4. 3, 13 nine hundred chariots of iron
1 Sa. 17. 7 head (weighed) six hundred shekels of iron
2 Sa. i :. 31 under harrows of iron, and under axes of i.
23. 7 fenced with iron and the staff of a spear
1 Ki. 6. 7 (nor) any tool of iron heard in the house
8. 51 forth, .from the midst of the furnaceof i.
22.it Zedekiah . . made him horns of iron : and
s Ki. 6. 6 cast (it) in thither ; and the iron did swim
j Ch.2o. 3 saws, and with harrows of iron, and with
22. 3 David prepared iron in abundance for the
22. 14 of brass and iron without weight ; for it
22. 16 of. .the silver, and the brass, and the iron
29. 2 iron for (things) of iron, and wood for
29. 7 and one hundred thousand talenls of iron
2 Ch. 2. 7 in silver, and in brass, and in iron, and in
e. 14 skilful lo work in gold, and. .in iron, in
18. 10 Zedekiah. .had made him horns of iron
24. 12 such as wrought iron and brass to mend
Job 19. 24 That they were graven with an iron pen
20. 24 He shall flee from the iron weapon, (and)
28. 2 Iron is taken out of the earth, and brass
40. 1 8 of brass; his bones (are) like bars of iron
41. 27 He esteemeth iron as straw, .brass as ro.
Psa. 2. 9 Thou shall break them with a rod of iron
105. 18 they hurt with fetters: he was laid in iron
107. 10 Such as sit. .bound in affliction and iron
107. if, For he hath, .cut the bars of iron in sun.
149. 8 To bind . .their nobles with fetters of iron
Prov 27. 17 Iron sharpeneth iron ; so a man sharpen.
Eccl.io. 10 If the iron be blunt, and he do not whet
Isa. 10. 34 he shall cut down the . .thickets with iron
45. 2 I will., cut in sunder the bars of iron
48. 4 thy neck (is) an iron sinew, and thy brow
60. 17 for iroul will bringsilver. .for stonesiron
Jer. i. iS I have made thee this day . .an iron pillar
6. 28 (they are) brass and iron ; they (are) all
n. 4 I brought them forth, .from the iron fur.
15. i; Shall iron break the northern iron and the
1 7. i written with- a pen of iron . . the point of a
28. 13 but thou shalt make for them yokes of ir.
20. 14 1 have put a yoke of iron upon the neck
Eze. 4. 3 Moreover take thou unto thee an iron p.
4. 3 set it. .a wall of iron between thee and
22. 18 all they (are) brass, and tin, and iron, and
22. 20 (As)they gather silver, aud" brass, and iron
27. 12 with silver, iron, tin and lead, they traded
27. 19 bright iron, cassia, and calamus, weie m
Amos i. 3 threshed, .threshing instruments of iron
Mic. 4. 13 I will make thiae horn iron, and I will
2. Iron, ^ri^parzel.
Dan. 2. 33 His" legs of iron, his feet part of iron, and
2. 34 upon his feet (that were) of iron and clay
2. 35 Then was the iron, the clay, the brass, the
2. 40 the fourth kingdom shall be strong as iron
3. 40 forasmuch as iron breaketh in pieces and
2. 40 as iron that breaketh all these, stall il br.
2. 41 part of potter s clay, and pail of iron, the
a. 41 shall be in it of the strength of the iron
2. 41 thou sawest the iron mixed with miry c.
2. 42 the toes of the feet (were) part of iron
2. 43 whereas thou sawest iron mixed with miry
2.43 noUleave . . even as iron is not mixed with
.2. 45 it break in pieces the iron, the brass, the
4. 15, 23 with a band of iron and brass, in the
5. 4 praised the gods, .of iron, of wood, and
5. 23 hast praised the gods of. .iron, wood, and
7. 7 it had great iron teeth : it devoured and
7. 19 whose teeth (were of) iron, and his nails
iron, <n5i7peoi sidireos.
Acts 12. 10 they came unto the iron pate that Icadcth
Rev. 2. 27 And he shall rule them with a rod of iron.
9. 9 they had breastplates, as it were, of iron
12. 5 was to rule all nations with a rod of iron
19. 15 and he shall rule them with a rod of iron.
i.Iron, (riSrjpos sideros.
Rev. 1 8. 12 all manner vessels of., brass, and iron, and
IRONS, barbed
, A pointed weapon, dart, "if sukkah.
Job 41. 7 Canst Ihou nil his skin with barbed irons?
IR-PE -EL, Vxs-! God (is) healer, or restored by God.
A city of Benjamin.
Josh.iS. 27 And Rekem, and I., -and Taralah
IR SHE -MESH, vzy vy city of the sun.
A city of Dan, probably identical with Beth-ehemesh,
but certainly connected with Mount llcres, "the mount
of the sun."
Josh. 19. 4 i the coast., was Zorah, and Eshtaol.and I.
I -RTT, ?vy watch.
Eldest son of Caleb, the spy. This name is probably
IR, theu being ihe conjunclion "and," and belonging
to the following name. B.C. 1450.
i Ch. 4. 15 sons of Caleb the son of Jephunneh ; 1
IS
There is, he, she, or it is, & yesh.
Gen. 28. 1 6 Surely the LORD is in this place ; and I
JudgiS. 14 Do ye know that there is in these houses
1 Sa. 9. ii found .and said unto them, Is the seer
2 Ki. 3. 12 The word of the LOKD is with him. So the
10. 15 Is thine heart right, as my heart (is) with
2 Ch. 25. 9; Job 9. 33; Mic. 2 i.
To be in, tvtijj.i cneimi.
Gal. 3.28, 28, 28; Col. 3. ii ; Jas i. 17.
IS, that which, thing as it
Substance, .i
fT?n tushiyyah.
Job ii 6 secrets, .(they are) double to that wh. is
26. 3 thou plentifully declared the thicgas it is?
IS to Bay, that
That is, b ftrn ho esti.
Mark 7. n Corban, that is to say, a gift, by whatso.
IS -AAC, pnir, pny: lyadx, laughter.
The son born to Abraham by Sarah in the hundredth
year of his age, at Gerar, B.C. 1890. At the age of
twenty-five he was directed to be sacrificed by his father.
When forty years old he married his cousin Rebekah,
by whom, when sixty years of age, he had two soot,
Esau and Jacob. He died at Hebron aged ifo, and was
buried by his two sons in the cave of Machpeluh, beside
his father. B.C. 1716.
Gen. 17. 13 and thou shalt callhisname I.: and I will
17. 21 my covenant will I establish with I.
21. 3 Abraham called the name of his son.. I.
21. 4 Abraham circumcised his son I. being ei.
21. 5 old when his son I. was born unto him
21. 8 feast the (same) day that I. was weaned
21. 10 shall not be heir with my son, (even) with I.
21. 12 for in I. shall thy seed be called
22. 2 thy son, thine only(son)I., whom thou lo..
22. 3 his young men with him, and I. his son
22. 6 look the wood, .and laid(it) upon I. insson
22. 7 I. spake unto Abraham his father, and said
22. 9 bound I. his son, and laid him on the altar
24. 4 shalt go. .and take a wife unto my stn 1.
24. 14 (thai) thou hast appointed fort by servant I.
24. 62 I. came from the way of the well Lahai-roi
.24. 63 I. went oubto meditate in the Ikld at
24. 64 when she saw I., she lighted off the camel
24.66 servant told I. all things that lie had done
24. 67 I. brought her into his mother Sarah s
.24. 67 I. was comforted alter his mother s (de.)
25. 5 And Abraham gave all that he had unto 1.
25. 6 sent them away from I. his son, while he
25. 9 I. and Ishmael buried him in the cave of
25. ii God blessed his son 1.; and I. dwelt by the
25. 19 of I., Abraham s son. Abraham begat 1.
25. 20 I. was forty years old when he took Keb.
25. 21 I. entreated the Lonuforhis wife, because
25. 26 I. (was) threescore years old when she b.
25. 28 I. loved Esau, because he did eat of (his)
26. i And 1. went unto Abimelech king of the
26. 6 And I. dwelt in Gerar
i6. 8 I. (was) sporting with Rebekah his wi/e

ISAIAH
Gen. 26. 9 Abimelech called I., and said, Behold, of
26. 9 I. said unto him, Because I said, Lest I die
26. 12 I. sowed in that land, and received in the
27. 16 Abimelech said unto I., Go from us; for
26. 17 I, departed thence, and pitched his tent
26. 18 I. digged again the wells of water which
26". 19 I. s servants digged in the valley, and
26. 20 the herdmen. .did strive with I. s herdmen
26: 15 and there I. s servants digged a well
id. 27 I. said unto them, Wherefore come ye to
26. 31 I. sent them away, and they departed from
26. 32 I. s servants came, and told him concern.
26. 35 a grief of mind unto I. and to Rebekah
27. i I. was old, and his eyes were dim, so that
27. 5 Rebekah heard when I. spake to Esau
27. 20 I. said unto his son, How (is it) that thou
27. 21 I. said unto Jacob, Come near, I pray thee
27. 22 Jacob went near unto I. his father; and
27. 26 I. said unto him, Come near now, and kiss
27. 30 as I. had made an end of blessing Jacob
27. 30 out from the presence of I. his father
27. 32 I. his father said unto him,Who (artHhou?
27. 33 I. trembled very exceedingly, and said, W.?
27. 37 I. answered and said unto Esau, Behold, 1
27. 39 I. his father answered and said unto him
27. 46 Rebekah said to I., I am weary of my life
28. i I. called Jacob, and blessed him, and ch.
28. 5 I: sent away Jacob: and he went to Padan.
28. 6 I. had blessed Jacob, and sent him away
28. 8 the daughters of Canaan pleased not I. his
28. 13 of Abraham thy father, and the God of I.
31. 18 for to go to I. his father in the land of Can.
31. 42 the God of Abraham, and the fear of I.
31. 53 Jacob sware by the fear of his father I.
32. 9 And Jacob said, O. . .God of my father I.
35. 12 And the land which I gave Abraham and I.
35. 27 And Jacob came unto I. his father unto
35. 27 which (is) Hebron, where Abraham and I.
35. 28 the days of I. were an hundred and four.
35. 29 I. gave up the ghost, and died, and was
46. i offered sacrifices unto the God of his f. I.
48. 15 before whom my fathers Abraham and I.
48. 1 6 the name of my fathers Abraham and I.
49. 31 there they buried I. and Rebekah his wife
50. 24 land which he sware to Abraham, to I.
Exod. 2. 24 God remembered his covenant with. .1.
3. 6 Moreover be said, I (am), .the God of I.
3. 15 God of I. . .hath sent me unto you : this
3. 1 6 the God of . .1., and of Jacob, appeared
4. 5 the God of I., and the God of Jacob, hath
6. 3 And I appeared unto Abraham, unto I. 681 did swear .to give it to Abraham, to I.
32. 13 Remember Abraham, I., and Israel, thy
33. i land which I sware unto Abraham, to I.
Lev. 26. 42 willlremember..mycovenantwithl.,and
Nuni32. ii shall see the land which I sware unto. . I.
Deut. i. 8 LoRDswareuntoyourfathers.Abraham.I.
6. 10 which he sware unto thy fathers, to. .1.
9. 5 LORDsware unto thy fathers, Abraham, I.
9. 27 Remember thy servants, Abraham, I., and
29. 13 hath sworn unto thy fathers, to.. I., and
30. 20 sware unto thy fathers, to Abraham, tol.
34. 4 I sware unto Abraham, unto I., and unto
Josh. 24. 3 and multipled his seed, and gave him I.
24. 4 And I gave unto I. Jacob and Esau : and
i Ki.i?. 36 LORD God of Abraham, I., and of Israel
2 Ki.i3. 23 because of his covenant with Abraham, I.
1 Ch. i. 28 The sons of Abraham ; I., and Ishmael
i. 34 And Abraham begat I., The sons of I. ; E.
16. 16 (Even of the covenant), .of his oath unto I.
29. 18 O LORD God of Abraham, I., and of Israel
2 Ch.3o. 6 turn again unto the LORD God of. .1., and
Psa.ios. 9 made with Abraham, and his oath unto I.
Jer. 33. 26 (to be) rulers over the seed of Abraham, I.
Amos 7. 9 And the high places of I. shall be desolate
7. 16 drop not (thy word) against the house of I.
Matt. i. 2 Abraham begat I.; anal, begat Jacob; and
8. ii shall sit down with Abraham, and I., and
22. 32 Iamthe God ofAbraham, and theGod ol I.
Marki2. 26 (am) the God of Abraham, and theGod of I.
Luke 3. 34 (the son)of Jacob, which was (the son) of I.
13. 28 when ye shall see Abraham, and I., and
20. 37 Ivheii he culleth the Lord, .the God of I.
Acts 3. 13 The God of Abraham, and of I., and of J.
7. 8 (Abraham) begat I., and circumcised him
7. 8 and I. (begat) Jacob ; and Jacob (begat)
7. 32 the God of Abraham, and the God of I.
Rom. g. 7 but, In I. shall thy seed be called
9. 10 R. also had conceived by. .our father I.
Gal. 4. 28 Now we. .as I. was, are the children of
Heb. i r. 9 dwelling in tabernacles with I. and Jacob
ii. 17 Abraham, when he was tried, offered up I.
ii. 18 said, That in I. shall thy seed be called
n. 20 By faith I. blessed Jacob and Esau cone.
Jas. 2. 21 he had offered I. his son upon the altar?


I-SA -IAH, J.T^J Jah (is) helper.
The son of Ambz, oi whom nothing else is known, but
who must not be confounded with Amos the prophet. The duration of Isaiah s ministry must have been about
sixty years. B.C. 759-690.
2 Ki.ig. 2 And he sent Eliakim. .to I. the prophet
19. 5 the servants of king Hezekiah came to I.
19. 6 I. said unto them, Thusshallyc say toyour
19. 20 Then I. the son of Amoz sent to Hezekiah
20. i And the prophet I. the son of Amoz came
20. 4 afore I. was gone out into the middle court
20. 7 I. said, Take a lump of figs. And they took
20. 8 He/ekiah said unto I., What (shall be)the
20. 9 I. said, This sign shall thou have of the I*
20. ii I. the prophet cried unto the LORD; and
20. 14 Then came I. the prophet unto king H.
521
2 Ki.2o. 16 I. said uuto Hezekiah, Hear the word of
20. 19 said Hezekiah unto I., Good (is) the word
2 Ch.26. 22 acts of Uzziah..did I. the prophet, .write
32. 20 the prophet I. . .prayed and cried to hea.
32. 32 they (are) written in the vision of I. the
Isa. i. i The vision of I. the son of Amoz, which he
2. i The word that I. the son of Amoz saw con.
7. 3 Then said the LORD unto I., Go forth now
13. i The burden of Babylon, which I. . .did see
20. 2 At the same time spake the LOKD by I. the
20. 3 I. hath walked naked and barefoot three
37. 2 he sent Eliakim . . unto I. the prophet, the
37. 5 So the servants of king Hezekiah came to I.
37. 6 I. said unto them, Thus shall ye say unto
37. 21 Then I. the son of Amoz sent unto Heze.
38. i I. theprophet, the son of Amoz, came unto
38. 4 Then came the word of the LORD to I.
38. 21 I. had said, Let them take a lump of figs
39. 3 Then came I. the prophet unto king Hez.
39. 5 Then said I. . . Hear the word of the LORD
39. 8 Then said Hezekiah to I., Good (is) the
IS -CAH, r;$q; Jah (is} looking.
A daughter of Haran the brother of Abram. She was
sister of Milcah and Lot. In the Jewish traditions as
found in Josephus, she is identified with Sarai. B.C
1898.
Gen. ii. 29 the father of Milcah, and the father of I.
IS CA-BI -OT, IcTKapiojTTji man of Kerioth (?).
He is sometimes called "the son of Simon." This name
has received various interpretations, e.g., it has been
derived from Kerioth (Josh. 15. 25) in the tribe of Judah ;
from Kartha, in Galilee (Kartan, Josh. 21. 32); from
KapwiSfs, date groves near Jerusalem and Jericho ;
from Scortea, a " leathern apron," applied to him as the
bearer of the bag, i.e., "Judas with the apron;" and
from the Hebrew Ascara, strangling (angina) given him
after his death. He was that apostle and disciple who
betrayed his Master. See JUDAS (ISCARIOT).
ISH -BAH, n;p? appeaser.
Father of Eshtemoa in the line of Judah. A probable
conjecture is that he was son of Mered by his Egyptian
wife Bithiah. B.C. 1400.
i Ch. 4. 17 and she bare. .1. the father of Eshtemoa
ISH -BAK, p?!?? free.
A son of Abraham by Keturah, and progenitor of a tribe
in northern Arabia. Their locality may have been in
the valley of Sabak or Sibak in the Dahna, a fertile and
extensive tract in Xejd in the high land of Arabia, in the
N.E. of it aud on the borders of the great desert. B.C.
1853-
Gen. 25. 2 she bare him Zimran. .and T., and Shuah
1 Ch. i. 32 she bare Zimran .. Midian, und I., and S.
ISH-BI BE -NOB, 3J3 3.y\ dweller on the mount.
A son of Raphaone of the race of the Philistine giants.
He attacked David in battle but was slain by Abishal.
B.C. 1019.
2 Sa. 21. 16 and I., which (was) of the sons of the g.
ISH BO -SHETH, nyi O K man of shame.
A son of Saul, made king over Israel by Aimer, but at
last murdered in his bed. B.C. 1048.
2 Sa. 2. 8 But Abner. . took I. the son of Saul, and
2. 10 I., Saul a son, (was) forty years old when
2. 12 the servants of I. . .went out from Maha.
2. 15 twelve, .which (pertained) to I. the 3. 7.
3. 8 was Abner very wroth for the words of I.
3. 14 And David sent messengers to I., Saul s
3. 15 And I. sent, and took her from (her)hus.
4. 5 came, .to the house of I., who lay on a bed
4. 8 they brought the head of I. unto David to
4. 8 Behold the head of I. the son of Saul th.
4. 12 they took the head of I., and buried (it)
ISH -I, "yy*. my help.
1. A son of Appaim, a descendant of Pharez son of
Judah. B.C. 1420.
i Ch. 2. 31 sons of Appaim ; I. And the sons of I.
2. A descendant of Judah through Caleb the spy. B.C.
1400.
i Ch. 4. 20 the sons of I. (were) Zoheth and Bcn-zo
3. One of the Simeonites who led their tribe against
Amalek. B.C. 740.
i Ch. 4. 4; and Rephaiah, and Uzziel, the sons of I.
One of the heads of Manasseh on the E. of the Jordan.
B.C. 800.
i Ch. 5. 24 their fathers, even Epher, and I., and E.
I -SHI, y N my husband.
A symbolic name which God s people were to give to
him when they returned to him.
IIos. :. 16 saith the LORD, (that) thou shalt call me I.
ISH-I -AH, IS-SHT-AH, ISH I -JAH, r.;& Jah exists.
1. The 5th of the five sons of Izrahiah ; one of the heads
of Issachar in the time of David.
i Ch. 7. 3 Michael, and Obadiah, and Joel, I., five
2. A descendant of Moses. B c. 1015.
i Ch.24. 21 of the sons of Rehabiah, the first (was) I.
3. A descendant of Levi. B.C. 1015.
i Ch.24. 25 brother of Michah (was) I.-, of thesonsofl.
4. One of the Bene-Harim who had married a strange
woman. B.C. 445.
Ezra 10. 31 the sons oJ Haiim ; Eiiezsr, I., Malchiah
ISH TOB
IBH -MA, KCV\ high, elevated.
A descendant of Caleb the son of Hur. B C. 1400.
i Ch. 4. 3 of Etam ; Jezreel, and I., and Idbash : and
ISH-MA -EL, Vxyoip* God (is) hearing.
1. Son of Abraham by Hagar Sarah s maid. When
Ishmael was born Abraham was eighty-six years of
age (B.C. 1911), and dwelling in the plain of Mamrc.
Ishmael was circumcised at the age of thirteen years
along with his father and his servants. A promise was
given by God that Ishmael should beget twelve princes
and become a great nation. He met Isaac, cnce at least
after being sent away, at the burial of Abraham their
father. He died aged 137 years. 6^.1774.
Gen. 16. n bear a son, and shall call his name I. ; be.
16. 15 called his son s name, which Hagar bare I.
16. 16 fourscore and six. .when Hagar bare I. to
17. 18 Abraham said, .that I. might live before
17. 20 as for I., I have heard thee : Behold, I
17. 23 Abraham tookl. his son, and all thatwere
17. 25 I. his son (was) thirteen years old when
17. 26 was Abraham circumcised, and I , his son
25. 9 his sons Isaac and I. buried him in- the
25. 12 Now these (are) the generations of I., A.
25. 13 these (are) the names of the sons of I., by
25. 13 the first born of I., Nehajoth; and Kedar
25. 1 6 These (are) the sons of I., and these (are)
25. 17 these (are) the years of the life of I., an
18. 9 Then went Esau unto I., and took unto
28. 9 Mahalath the daughter of I., Abraham s
36. 3 Bashemath, I. s daugher, sifter of Nebaj.
1 Ch. i. 28 The sons of Abraham ; Isaac, and I.
i. 29 TheflrstbornofI.,Nebaioth : then Kedar
j. 31 Je. . .Kedemah. These are the sons of I.
2. A descendant of Zebadiah who was ruler of the
house of Judah in Jehoshaphat s time. B.C. Eo.
2 Ch.ig. ij Zebadiah the son of I., the ruler cf the
3. A son of Azel a Benjamite, of Saul s family. EC. 880.
1 Ch. B. 38 whose names (are) these, Azrikam. andf.
9.44 whose names (are) these, Azrikam and I
t. One of the captains of hundreds who assisted in rais
ing Joash to the throne. B.C. 878.
2 Ch.23. i and I. the son of Jehohanan, and Azariah
5 A priest who had taken a foreign wife. B.C. 450.
Ezra 10. 22 of the sons of Pashur. . Maaseiah, I.,[Neth.
6. Son of Nethaniah. His vile acts and character are
fully given by Jeremiah. B.C. 568.
2 Ki. 25. 23 there came to Gedaliah. .even I. the son
25. 25 I. the son of Nethaniah.. of the seed royal
Jer. 40. 8 they came to Gedaliah. .even I. the son of ,
40. 14 Baalis. .hath sent I. the son of Nethaniah
40. 15 Letir.ego. .and I will slay I. the son of N.
40. 16 Thoushaltnot.. thou speakest falsely of I.
41. i I. the son of Nethaniah. .of the seed royal
41. 2 Then arose I. the son of Nethaniah, and
41. 3 I. also slew all the Jews that were with
41. 6 I. the son of Nethaniah went forth from
41 7 that I. the son of Nethaniah slew them
41. 8 were found among them that said unto L
41. 9 Now the pit wherein I. had cast all the
41. 9 I. the son of Nethaniah filled it with (th.
41. 10 I. carried away captive all the residue of?
41. 10 I. the son of Nethaniah carried them away
41. ii the evil that I. the son of Nethaniah had
41. 12 took all the men, and went to fight with I
41. 13 all the people which (were) with I. s.iwj.
41. 14 all the people that I. had carried away
41. 15 I. the son of Nethaniah escaped from Jo.
41. 1 6 remnant, .whom he had recovered from I.
41. 1 8 I. the son of Nethaniah had slain Gedaliah
ISH-MA-EL-ITE, ISH-ME-EL-ITE, "w^y..
Patronymic of the tribes descended from Ishmael. In
Gen. 37 28 they seem to be also called Midianites.
Gen. 37. 25 behold, a company of I. came from Gilead
37. 27 Come, and let us sell him to the I., and
37. zS they, .sold Joseph to the I. for twenty
39. i Potiphar. .boughthimofthehandsofthel.
Judg. 8. 24 had golden ear rings, because they(were)L
i Ch. 2. 17 the father of Amasa (was) Jether the I.
27. 30 Over the camels also(was)0bil the I.: and
Psa. 83. 6 The tabernacles of Edom, and the I. ; or
ISE-MA -IAH, in;s.;?;
f
r Jah (is) hearing.
A prince of Zebuluh in David s reign. B.C. 1048.
i Ch.27. 19 OfZcbulun; I. the sen of ObaJiah: of Nap.
ISH-ME -RAI, T??. Jah (is) Jccepcr.
A descendant of Benjamin, and one of the chief men of
the tribe. B.C. 1400.
i Ch. 8. 1 3 I. also, and Jezliah, and Jobab, the sons
I -SHOD, "rintp NwirtJi of honour.
Properly Ish-hod. One of the tribe of Mahasfeh on the
E. of the Jordan, and son of Hammoleketh, " the
queen." From his near relationship to Gilead he was
probably an influential person. B.C. 1400.
i Ch. 7. i3 his sister Hammoleketh bare I., and Ab
ISH -PAN, }$y ftrm, strong.
A son of Shashak, a chief Benjamite. B C.
i3<5b.
1 Ch. 8. 22 And I., and Heber, and Eliel
ISH TOB, :; a ty K man of Tob.
A small state that formed part of Aram. It was here
that Jephthah fled when thrust out by his brethren.
B.C. 113=.
2 Sa. 10, 6 sent and hired . .of I. twelve thousand
10. 8 I., and Maaeah (.were) by themselves in
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ISHUAH
I8H-TJ -A3, I-SU -AH, nj-jr self-answering or satis.
The second son of Asher, B.C. 1680. In i Ch. 7. 30, the
orthography is Isnah in the Common Version, though it
is identical with the Hebrew word in Gen. 46. 17.
Gsn 46. 17 the sons of Asher; Jimnah, and I., and
i Ch. 7. 30 sons of Asher ; Ininah, and I., and Ishuai
ISH -HI, ISH-TT -AI, IS -TTI, JES -TJI, If%
1. The third son of Asher, and founder oi the family of
the Jesuites. B.C. 1680.
Gen. 46. 17 sons of Asher; Jimnah, and Ishuah, and I.
Num.ao. 44 of J., the family of the Jesuites : of Ber.
i Ch. 7. 30 sons of Asher ; Imnah, and Isuah, and I.
2. Second son of Saul by his wife Ahinoam. B.C. 1060.
i Sa. 14. 49 the sons of Saul were Jonathan, and I.
ISLAND, isle
\.Isle, sea coast, "i< i.
Gen. 10. 5 By these were the isles of the Gentiles
Esth.io. i upon the land, and. .the isles of the sea
Job 22. 30 He shall deliver the island of the innocent
Psa. 72. 10 kings of Tarshish and of the isles shall
97. i rejoice; let the multitude of isles be glad
Isa. ii. ii from Hamatli, and. .the islands of the sea
20. 6 the inhabitant of this isle shall say in that
23. 2 Be still, ye inhabitants of the isle; thou
23. 6 Tarshish ; howl, ye inhabitants of the isle
24. 15 LORD God of Israel in the isles of the sea
40. 15 he taketh upjthe isles as a very little thing
41. i Keep silence before me, O islands; and
41. 5 The isles saw (it), and feared; the ends
42. 4 judgment . . and the isles shall wait for his
42. 10 Sing, .the isles, and the inhabitants there.
42. 12 Let them., declare his praise in the islands
42. 15 I will make the rivers islands, and I will
49. i Listen, O isles, unto me ; and hearken, ye
51. 5 the isles shall wait upon me, and on mine
59. 18 to the islands he will repay recompence
60. 9 Surely the isles shall wait for me, and the
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65. 19 isles afar off, that have not heard my fa. i
Jer. 2. 10 For pass over the isles of O hittim, and
25. 22 kings of the isles which (are) beyond the I
31. 10 and declare (it) in the isles afar off, and !
50. 39 with the wild beasts of the islands shall
Eze. 26. 15 Shall not the isles shake at the sound of
26. 1 8 Now shall the isles tremble in the day of
26. 18 the isles that (are) in the sea shall be tro.
27. 3 a merchant of the people for many isles
27. 6 benches (of) ivory, .out of the isles of Ch.
27. 7 blue and purple from the isles of Elishah
27. 15 many isles, .the merchandise of thine hand
27. 35 All the inhabitants of the isles shall be
39. 6 them that dwell carelessly in the isles
Dan. ii. 18 After this shall he turn, .unto the isles
Zeph. 2. it every one from his place, .all the isles of
%,fsle, a small island, vrjffiov nesion.
Acts 27. 16 running under a certain island which is
S. Island, vriffos nSsos.
Acts 13. 6 when they had gone through the isle unto
27. 26 Howbeit we must be cast upon a certain is.
28. i they knew that the island was called M.
28. 7 possessions of the chief man of the island
28. 9 others, .which had diseases in the island
28. ii in a ship, .which had wintered in the isle
Rev. i. 9 was in the isle that is called Patmos, for
6. 14 every mountain and island were moved
16. 20 every island fled away, and the mountains
ISLAND, wild beast of the

ISLAND, wild beast of the
Those inhabiting the islands, C^K iyyim.
Isa. 13. 22 the wild beasts of the island shall cry in
34. 14 shall . .meet with the wild beasts of the is.
Jer. 50. 39 with the wild beasts of the islands shall
IS-MACH -IAH, i
-v?1
?p Jah (is] supporter.
An overseer of the dedicated things at the temple in
the time of Hezekiah. B.C. 726.
2 Ch. 31. 13 I., and Mahath..(were) overseers under
IS-MA -IAH Jry*??: Jah (is) hearing.
A Gibeonite warrior who joined David at Ziklag. He
was among the thirty valiant men, and over them.
i Ch. 12. 4 I. the Gibeonite, a mighty man among
IS -PAH. n^: jinn, strong.
A son of Beriah the Benjamite. B.C. 1400.
i Ch. 8. 16 Michael, and I., and Joha, the sons of B.
K-RA-EL, ^XTjtr lo-paf/A. ruling with God.
1. The new name given to Jacob. B.C. 1739.
Gen. 32. 28 name shall be called no more Jacob, but I.
35. 10 shall not be called any more Jacob, but I.
35. 10 be thy name : and he called his name I.
35. 21 I. journeyed, and spread his tent beyond
35. 22 it came to pass, when I. dwelt in that laud
35. 22 Reuben went and lay with Billah. .and I.
37. 3 Now I. loved Joseph more than all his
37. 13 I. said. .Do not thy brethren feed (theft.)
42. 5 the sons of I. came to buy (corn) among
43. 6 I. said, Wherefore dealt ye (so) ill with
43. 8 Judah said unto I. his father, .Send the
43. ii their father I. said unto them, If (it must
45. 21 the children of I. did so : and Joseph
45. 28 I said, (It is) enough ; Joseph my son (is)
46. 1 1. took his journey with all that he had
46. 2 God spake unto I. in the visions of the
46. 5 and the sons of I. carried Jacob their fat.
46. 8 these (are)the names of the childreu of I.
46. 29 Joseph, .went up to meet I. his father, to
46. 30 I. said unto Joseph, Now letmedie, since
47. 27 I. dwelt in the land of Egypt, in the cou.
47. 29 And the time drew nigh that I. must die
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Gen. 47. 31 And It bowed himself upon the bed s head
48. 2 I. strengthened himself, and sat upon the :
48. 8 I. beheld Joseph s sons, and said, Who |
48. 10 Now the eyes of I. were dim for age, (so |
48. ii I. said unto Joseph, I had not thought to
48. 13 Kphraim in his right hand toward I. s left
48. 13 Manasseh in his left hand to ward I. aright
48. 14 I. stretched out his right hand, and laid
48. 21 I. said unto Joseph, Behold, I die; but
49. 2 Gather yourselves toget. . . hearken unto I.
50. 2 commanded . . the physicians embalmed I.
Exod. i. i these (are) the names of the children of I.
1. 7 children of I. were fruitful, and increased
6. 14 The sons of Reuben the first born of I.
32. 13 Remember Abraham, Isaac, and I.,thy ser.
Num. i. 20 And the children of Reuben, I. s eldest
26. 5 Reuben, the eldest son of I. : the children
JudgiS. 29 of Dan their father, who was born unto I.
i Ki.iS. 31 the word . . came, saying, I. shall be thy
18. 36 God of Abraham, Isaac, and of I. let it
aKi. 17. 34 the children of Jacob, whom he named I.
1 Ch. i. 34 The sons of Isaac ; Esau, and I.
2. i These (are) the sons of I. ; Reuben, Sime.
5. i Now thesonsof Reuben, the firstbornof I.
5. i given unto the sons of Joseph the son of I.
5. 3 The sons . . of Reuben the first born of I.
6. 38 of Kohath, the son of Levi, the son of I.
7. 29 dwelt the children of Joseph the son of I.
29. 10 Blessed (be) thou, LORD God of I. our fa.
29. 18 O LORD God of Abraham, Isaac, and of I.
2 0*11.30. 6 God of Abraham, Isaac, and of I.
Ezra 8. 18 of Mahli, the son of Levi, the son of I.
2. The nation that sprang from Jacob and the land in
which they dwelt.
Gen. 32. 32 Therefore the children of I. eat not (o.f)
34. 7 he had wrought folly in I., in lying with
36. 31 reigned any King over the children of I.
48. 20 In thee shall I. bless, saying, God make
49. 7 I will divide them . .and scatter them in I.
49. 16 judge his people, as one of the tribes of I.
49. 24 thence.(is) the shepherd, the stone of I.
49. 28 All these (are) the twelve tribes of I. : and
50. 25 Joseph took an path of the children of I.
Exod. i. 9 people of the children of I. (are), .mighti.
1. 12 were grieved because of the children of I.
1. 13 Egyptians made the children of I. toserve
2. 23 the children of I. sighed by reason of the
2. 25 God looked upon the children of I., and
3. 9 behold, the cry of the children of I. is co.
3. 10 thou mayest bring, .the children of I. out
3.11! should bring forth the children of I. out
3. 13 Behold. .1 come unto the children of I.
3. 14, 15 shalt thou say unto the children of I.
3. 16 Go, and gather the elders of I. together
3. 18 thou shalt come, thou and the elders of I
4. 22 Thus saith the LORD, I. (is) my son, (even)
4. 29 gathered . .the elders of the children of I.
4. 31 the LORD had visited the children of I.
5. i Thus saith the LORD God of I., Let my p.
5. 2 that I should obey his voice to let I. go?
5. 2 I know uot the LORD, neither will I let I. go
5. 14, 15, 19 the officers of the children of I.
6. 5 heard the groaning of the children of I.
6. 6 Wherefore say unto the children of L, I
6. 9 Moses spake so unto the children of I.
6. 1 1 that he let the children of I. go out of his
6. rs the children of I. have not hearkened unto
6. 13 gave them a charge unto the children of I.
6. 13 bring the children of I. out of the land
6. 26 Bring out the children of I. from the laud
6. 27 to bring out the children of I. from Egypt
7. 2 that he send the children of I. out of his
7. 4 bring forth, .my people the children of I.
7. 5 when I . . bring out the children of I. from
9. 4 LORD shall sever between the cattle of I.
9. 4 nothing die. .(that is) the children s of I.
9. 6 of the cattle of the children of I. died uot
9. 26 where the children of I. (were), was there
9. 35 neither would he let the children of I. go
10. 20 that he would not let the children of I.
10. 23 all the children of I. had light in their d.
11. 7 against . . the children of I. shall not a dog
ii. 7 a difference between the Egyptians and I.
11. 10 he would not let the children of I. go out
12. 3 Speak ye unto all the congregation of I.
12. 6 the congregation of I. shall kill it in the
12. 15 day, that soul shall be cut off from I.
12. 19 cut off from the congregation of I., wht..
12. 21 Then Moses called for all the elders of I.
12. 27 passed over the houses of the children of I.
12. 28 children of I. went away, and did as the
12. 31 Rise up. .both ye and the children of I.
12. 35 children of I. did according to tt\e word
12. 37 children of I. journeyed from Rameses
12. 40 Now the sojourning of the children of I.
12.42 to be observed of all the children of I. in
12. 47 All the congregation of I. shall keep it
12. 50 Thus did all the children of I. ; as the L.
12. 51 LORD did bring the children of I. out of
13. 2 openeth the womb among the children of I.
13. 18 ohildren of I. went up harnessed out of
13. 19 he had straitly sworn the children of I.
14. 2 Speak unto the children of I., that they
14. 3 For Pharaoh will say of the children of I.
14. 5 said, Why have we . . let I. go from sen-ing
14. 8 he pursued after the children of I. : and
14. 8 children of I. went out with an high hand
14. 10 the children of I. lifted up their eyes, and
14. 10 and the children of I. cried out unto the
14. 15 speak unto the children of I., that they .
14. 16 and the children of I. shall go on dry
14. 19 aiigel . . which went before the camp of I,
ISRAEL
. cren o .
0. 22 thou shalt say unto the children of I , Ye
4. i Otmie up. .and seventy of the elders of I
24. 10 o o .: an ere was)
24. ii upon the nobles of the children of I. he
24. 17 fire, .in the eyes of the children of I.
25. 2 Speak unto the children of I., that they
25. 22 I will give thee. .unto the children of I.
27. 20 thou shalt command the children of I. , that
27. 21 on the behalf of the children of I.
28. i take . . from among the children of L, that
28 Q :uul grave., the names of the children of 1.
28 ii with the names of the children of I.: thou
2 i^ stones of memorial unto the children of I.
28 -i be with the uames of the children of I.
asVg shall bear the names of the*children of I
28 30 bear the judgment of the children of I.
28 |s holy tilings, which the children of I. snail
29 28 by a statute, .from the children of I.; for
20 28 an heave ottering from the children of I.
20 41 there I will meet with the children of 1.
29 Is I will dwell among the children of I., and
v> 12 thou takest the sum of the children of I.
QO 16 the atonement money of the children of I.
to 16 a memorial unto the children of I. before
-o n shalt speak unto the children of I., saying
. 13 Speuk thou also unto the children of I.
w 16 "Wherefore the children of I. shall keep
i I7 sign between me and the children of I
32! 4, 8 These (be) thy gods, O I. which brou
20 and made the children of I. drink (of it)
27 Thus saith the LORD God of I., Put every
, s Say unto the children of L, Ye (are) a st
a, I the children of I. stripped themselves of
04 21 men children appear before . the Hod of J.
51 27 have made a covenant with thee and with I.
30 when Aaron and all the children of I. saw
34 32 afterward all the children of I came nigh
,1 u came out, and spake unto the children of I.
,1 ic the children of I. saw the face of Moses
i 4, 20 the congregation of the children of I.
,c 29 children of I. brought a willing ottering
ii 3o Moses said unto the children of I., See
\6 3 the offering which the children of I had
3 6 with the names of the children of I.
,o 7 for a memorial to the children of I. ; as the
39! 14 the names of the children of I- twelve
30. 72 children of I. did according to all that the
,o ;2 so the the children of I. made all the wo.
o 36 the children of I. went onward in all their
> 38 fire, .in the sight of all the house of I.
Lev 12 Speak unto the children of I., and say
2 Speak unto the children of I., saying, If
i 13 if the whole congregation of I. sin through
7 23, 29 Speak unto the children of L, saying
7 . 34 have I taken of the children of I. from off
7 34 by a statute, .from among the children oi I.
7. 36 to be given them of the children of I., in
7 |8 he commanded the children of I to offer
3 i Moses called Aaron . .and the elders of I.
, unto the children of I. thou shalt speak
jo 6 let your brethren, the whole house oi I.
10 ii that ye may teach the children of I all
14 of the sacrifices, .of the children of I.
2 Speak unto the children of I., saying, Th.
12 2 Speak unto the children of I., saying, If
L 2 Speak unto the children of I., and say
,c 31 Thus shall ye separate the children of I.
,6 5 of the congregation of the children of I.
X 6 16 of the unclennness of the children of I.
16. 17 atonement, .for all the congregation of I.
16 19 from the uncleanness of the children of I.
16 21 all the iniquities of the children of I.
16 34 make an atonement for the children of I.
17 2 his sons, and unto all the children of I._
17 3 3, p, 13 man (there be) of the house of L
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lev. 17. 5 children of I. may bring their sacrifices
17. 12 Therefore I said unto the children of 1.
17. 14 I said unto the children of I., Ye shall
18. 2 Speak unto the children of I., and say
19. 2 the congregation of the children of I.
20. 2 Again, thou shall say to the children of I.
20. 2 I , or of the strangers that sojourn in I.
21. 24 his sons, and unto all the children of I.
22. 2 from the holy things of the children of I.
22. 3 the children of I. hallow unto the LORD
22. 15 the holy things of the children of I.
22. 18 his sons, and unto all the children of I.
22. 18 the house of I., or of the strangers in I.
22. 32 will be hallowed among the children of I.
23. 2, 10 Speak unto the children of I., and say
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23. 24, 34 Speak unto the children of I., saying
23. 43 made the children of I. to dwell in booths
23. 44 Moses declared unto the children of I. the
24. 2 Command the children of I., that they
24. 8 (being taken) from the children of I. by an
24. 10 son. .went out among the children of I.
24. 10 a man of I. strove together in the camp
24. 15 thou shalt speak unto the children of I.
24. 23 Moses spake unto the children of I. , that
24. 23 children of I. did as the LORD commanded
25. 2 Speak unto the children of I., and say
25. 33 their possession among the children of I.
25, 46 over your brethren the children of I. ye
25. 55 unto me the children of I. (are) servants
26. 46 made between him and the children of I.
27. 2 Speak unto the children of I., and say
27. 34 commanded Moses for the children of I.
Num. i. 2 the congregation of the children of I.
i. 3 all that are able to go forth to war in I.
i. 16 These (were) the. .heads of thousands in I.
i. 44 and the princes of I., (being) twelve men
i. 45 that were numbered of the children of I.
i. 45 that were able to go forth to war in I.
i. 49 the sum of them among the children of I.
i. 52 the children of I. shall pitch their tents
i. 53 the congregation of the children of I.
1. 54 the children of I. did according to all that
2. 2 Every man of the children of I. shall
2. 32 which were numbered of the children of I.
2. 33 not numbered among the children of I.
2. 34 the children of I. did according to all that
3. 8 keep, .the charge of the children of I.
3. 9 given unto him out of the children of I.
312 Levites from among the children of I.
3. 12 openeth the matrix among, .children of I.
3. 13 hallowed unto me all the first born in I.
3. 38 for the charge of the children of I. ; and
3. 40 of the males of the children of I. from
3. 41, 42, 45 first bom among the children of I.
3. 41 among the cattle of the children of I.
3. 46, 50 of the first born of the children of I.
4. 46 and Aaron and the chief of I. numbered
5. 2 Command the children of I. , that they put
5. 4 the children of I. did so, and put them out
5. 4 as the LORD spake . .did the children of I.
5. 6 Speak unto the children of I. , When a man
5. 9 all the holy things of the children of I.
5. 12 Speak unto the children of I., and say
6. 2 Speak unto the children of I., and say
6. 23 ye shall bless the children of I., saying
6. 27 shall put my name upon the children of I.
7. 2 theprincesof L.headsofthehouseof their
7. 84 when it was anointed, by the princes of I.
8. 6, 14 Levites from among the children of I.
8. 9 assembly of the children of I. together
8. 10 the children of I. shall put their hands
8. 1 1 (for) an offering of the children of I.
8. 16 unto me from among the children of I.
8. 16, 17, 18 first born of all the children of I.
8. 19 I., to do the service of the children of I.
8. 19 make an atonement for the children of I.
8. 19 the children of I., when the children of I.
8. 20 the congregation of the children of I.
8. 20 so did the children of I. unto them
9. 2 the children of I. also keep the passover
9. 4 Moses spake unto the children of I., that
9. 5 according to all. .did the children of I.
9. 7 appointed season among, .children of I. ?
9. 10 Speak unto the children of I. saying, If
9. 17 after that the children of I. journeyed
9. 17 the children of I. pitched their tents
9. 18 the children of Israel journeyed, and at
9. 19 the children of I. kept the charge of the
9. 22 the children of I. abode in their tents
10. 4 (which are) heads of the thousands of I.
10. 12 the children of I. took their journeys out
10. 28 (were)the journeyingsof the children of I.
10. 29 the LORD hath spoken good concerning I.
10. 36 Return . .unto the many thousands of I.
11. 4 the children of I. also wept again, and
ii. 16 Gather, .seventy men of the elders of I.
n. 30 gat. .into the camp, he and the elders of I.
13. 2 Canaan, which I give, .the children of I.
13. 3 those men(were) heads of the children of I.
13. 24 grapes which the children of I. cut down
13. 26 the congregation of the children of I.
13. 32 an evil report, .unto the children of I.
14. "2 the children of I. murmured against Mos.
14. 5 of the congregation of the children of I.
14. 7 unto all the company of the children of I.
14. 10 appeared, .before all the children of I.
14. 27 heard the murmurings of the children of I.
14. 39 sayings unto all the children of I. ; and the
15. 2, 18, 38 Speak unto the children of I., and
15. 26 the congregation of the children of LV.*S.
15. 29 him that is born among the children of I.
15. 32 the children of I, were in the wilderness
Num. 16. 2 with certain of the children of I., two
16. 9 (but ) a small thing, .the God of I. hath
16. 9 separated you from the congregation of I.
16. 25 rose up. .and the elders of I. followed
16. 34 I. that (were) round about them tted at the
16. 38 shall be a sign unto the children of I.
16. 40 (To be) a memorial unto the children of I.
16. 41 the children of I. murmured against Mo.
17. 2 Speak unto the children of I., and take
17. 5 the murmurings of the children of I.
17. 6 Moses spake unto the children of I., and
17. 9 before the LORD unto, .the children of I.
17. 12 the children ofil. spake unto Moses, saying
1 8. 5 no wrath any more upon the children of I.
18. 6 the Levites from among the children of I.
18. 8 the hallowed things of the children of I.
18. ii the wave offerings of the children of I.
18. 14 Every thing devoted in I. shall be thine
18. 19 the children of I. offer unto the LORD
18. 20 thine inheritance amongthe children;of I.
18. 21 all the tenth in I. for an inheritance
1 8. 22 Neither must the children of I. henceforth
18. 23, 24 among the children of I. they have no
18. 24 the tithes of the children of I., which
18. 26 When ye take of the children of I. the
18. 28 which ye receive of the children of I.
18. 32 the holy things of the children of I.
19. 2 Speak unto the children of I., that they
19. 9 for the congregation of the children of I.
19. 10 it shall be unto the children of I., and
19. 13 that soul shall be cut off from I. : because
20. i Then came the children of I., (even) the
20. 1 2 sanctify me in the eyes of . . children of I.
20. 13 the children of I. strove with the LORD
20. 14 Thus saith thy brother I., Thou knowest
20. 19 the children of I. said unto him, We will
20. 21 to give I. passage through his border
20. 21 wherefore I. turned away from him
20. 22 the children of I., (even) the whole congre.
20. 24 which I have given unto the children of I.
20. 29 they mourned, .(even) all the house of I.
21. i that I. came by the way of the spies
21. i he fought against I., and took (some) of
21. 2 I. voweda vow unto the LORD, and said, If
21. 3 the LORD hearkened to the voiceofL.and
21. 6 bit the people; and much people of I. died
21. 10 the childrenof I. set forward, and pitched
21. 17 I. sang this song, Spring up, O well; sing
21. 21 I. sent messengers unto Sihonkingofthe
21. 23 not suffer I. to pass through his border
21. 23 but Sihon.. went out against I. into the
21. 23 he came to Jahaz, and fought against I.
21. 24 I. smote him with the edge of the sword
21. 25 And I. took all these cities: andl.dweltin
21. 31 Thus I. dwelt in the land of theAmorites
22. i the children of I. set forward, and pitched
t2. 2 saw all that I. had done to the Amorites
22. 3 distressed because of the children of I.
23. 7 Come, curse me Jacob, and come, defy I.
23. 10 and the number of the fourth (part)of I. ?
23. 21 neither hath he seen perverseness in I.
23. 23 neither (is there) any divination against I.
23. 23 it shall be said of Jacob and of I., What
24. i saw that it pleased the LORD to bless I.
24. 2 Balaam lifted up his eyes, and he saw I.
24. 5 How goodly are . . thy tabernacles, O I. !
24. 17 a sceptre shall rise out of I., and shall
24. 18 Edom shall be a possession, .and I. shall
25. i I. abode in Shittim, and the people began
25. 3 I. joined himself unto Baal-peor : and the
25. 3 anger of the LORD was kindled against I.
25. 4 fierce anger, .may be turned away from I.
25. 5 Moses said unto the judges of I., Slay ye
25. 6 one of the children of I. came and brou.
25. 6 ail the congregation of the children of I.
25. 8 he went after the man of I. into the tent
25. o llirust-.them through, the man of I.
25. 8 plague was stayed from the children of I.
25. ii turned my wrath .. from the children of I.
25. ii I consumed not the children of I. in my
25. 13 made an atonement for the children of I.
26. 2 Take the sum of all. .the children of I.
26. 2 Take, .all that are able to go to war in I.
26. 4 the LORD commanded . .the children of I.
26. 51 numbered of the children of I., six htm.
26. 62 not numbered among the children of I.
26. 62 no inheritance given, .the children of I.
26. 63 priest, who numbered the children of I.
26. 64 when they numbered the children of I.
27. 8 thou shalt speak unto the children of I.
27. ii shall be unto the children of I. a statute
27. 12 which rhave giyenuntothe children of I.
27. 20 that all. .the children of I. may be obed.
27. 21 (both) he, and all the children of I. with
28. 2 Command the children of I., and say unto
29. 40 Moses told the children of I. according to
30. i Moses spake, .concern, the childrenof I.
31. 2 Avenge the children of I. of the Midian.
31. 4 throughout all the tribes of I., shall ye
31. 5 were delivered out of the thousands of I.
31. 9 children of I. took (all) the women, .cap.
31. 12 the congregation of the children of I.
31. 16 these caused the children of I. . .to com.
31. 30, 42 And of the children of I. s half
31. 47 Even of the children of I. s half, Moses
31. 54 a memorial for the children of I. before
32. 4 LORD smote before the congregation of I.
32. 7 discourage, .heart of the children of I.
32. 9 discouraged the heart of the children of I
32. 13 the LORD S anger was kindled against I.
32. 14 to augment . . anger of the LORD toward I.
32. 17 go ready armed before the children of I.
2. 1 8 until the children of I. have inherited
32. 22 shall return, and be guiltless before. .1.
32. 28 the chief fathers, .of the children of I.
33. i journeys of the children of I., which went
33. 3 children of I. went out with an high hand
33. 5 the children of I. removed from Kameses
33. 38 children of I. were come out of the land
33. 40 heard of the coming of the children of I.
33. 51 Speak unto the children of I., and gay
34. 2 Command the children of I., and say unto
34. 13 Moses Commanded the children of I., say
34. 29 to divide, .unto the children of I. in the
35. 2 Command the children of I., that they
35. 8 of the possession of the children of I.
35. 10 Speak unto th. children of I., and say
35. 15 for the children of I., and for the strang.
35. 34 I the LORD dwell among the children of I.
36. i the chief fathers of the children of I.
36. 2 inheritance by lot to the children of I.
36. 3 of the (other) tribes of the children of I.
36. 4 when th^ jubilee of the children of I. shall
36. 5 commanded the children of I. according
36. 7 not the inheritance of the children of I.
36. 7 every one of the children of I. shall keep
36. 8 an inheritance in any tribe of the child, of I.
36. 8 that the children of I. may enjoy every
36. 9 every one of the tribes of the children of L
36. 1 3 LORD commanded . . unto the children of I.
Deut. i. i the words which Moses spake unto all L
i. 3 Moses spake unto the children of I., ace.
i. 38 encourage him ; for he shall cause I. to
2. 12 as I. did unto the land of his possession
3. 1 8 pass over armed before, .the children of L
4. i hearken, O I., unto the statutes and unto
4. 44 which Moses set before the children of I.
4.45 which Moses spake unto the children of I.
4. 46 whom Moses and the children of I. smote*
5. i And Moses called all I., and said unto
5. i Hear, O I., the statutes and judgments
6. 3 Hear therefore, O I., and observe to do
6. 4 Hear, I.: The LORD our God (is) one L.
9. i Hear, O I. : Thou (art) to pass over Jordan
10. 6 the children of I. took their journey from
10. 12 I., what doth the LORD thy God require.
11. 6 substance that(was). .in the midst of all I.
13. ii all I. shall hear, and fear, and shall do
17. 4 certain . . such abomin. is wrought in I.
17. 12 and thou shalt put away the evil from I.
17. 20 he, and his children, in the midst of I.
1 8. i shall have no partner inheritance with I.
1 8. 6 come from any of thy gates out of all I.
19. 13 away (the guilt of) innocent blood from L
20. 3 Hear, O I.; ye approach this day unto ba.
21. 8 Be merciful, O LORD, unto thy people I.
21. 8 lay not innocent blood unto. .I. s charge
21. 21 put evil away, .all I. shall hear, and fear
22. 19 brought . . an evil name upon a virgin of I.
22. 21 she hath wrought folly in I., to play the
22. 22 so shalt thou put away evil from I.
23. 17 of I., nor a sodomite of the sons of I.
24. 7 any of his brethren of the children of I.
25. 6 that his name be not put out of I.
25. 7 to raise up unto his brother a name in I.
25. 10 his name shall be called in I., The house
26. 15 bless thy people I., and the land which
27. i And Moses with the elders of I. coniman.
27. 9 Israel.saying.Take heed, and hearken, O I.
27. 14 say unto all the men of I. with a loud
29. i the children of I. in the land of Moab
29. 2 Moses called unto all I., and said unto
29. 10 and your officers, (with) all the men of I.
29. 21 unto evil out of all the tribes of L.accordi.
31. i went and spake these words unto all I.
31. 7 said unto him in the sight of all I., Be
31. 9 delivered it. .unto all the elders of I.
31. ii When all I. is come to appear before the
31. ii thou shalt read this law before all I. in
31. 19 for you, and teach it the children of I.
31. 19 witness for me against the children of I.
31. 22 Jloses.. wrote., taught it the children of L
31. 23 thou shalt bring the children of I. into
31. 30 in the ears of all the congregation of I.
32. 8 according to. .number of the children of L
32. 45 end of speaking all these words to all I.
32. 49 unto the children of I. for a possession
32. 51 among the children of I. at the waters of
32. 51 ye sanctified me not in the midst of. .1.
32. 52 the laud which I give the children of I.
33. i the man of God blessed the children of J.
33. 5 the tribes of I. were gathered together
33. 10 teach Jacob thy judgments, and I. thy law
33. 21 he executed, .his judgments with I.
33. 28 I. then shall dwell in safety alone : the
33. 29 Happy (art) thou, O I. : who (is) like unto
34. 8 the children of I. wept for Moses in the
34. 9 the children of I. hearkened unto him
34. 10 not a prophet since in I. like unto Moses
34. 12 which Moses showed in the sight of all I.
Josh. i. 2 give to them, (even) to the children of I.
2. 2 in hither to night of the children of I.
3. i to Jordan, he and all the children of I.
3. 7 to magnify thee in the sight of all I.
3. 9 Joshua said unto the children of I., Come
3.12 take you twelve men out of the tribes of I.
4. 4 whom he had prepared of the children of I.
4. 5, 8 of the tribes of the children of I.
4. 7 memorial unto the children of I.
4. 8 childrenof I. did so as Joshuacommanded
4. 12 passed overarmedbeforethe childrenof I.
4. 14 magnified Joshua in the sight of all I.
4. 21 he spake unto the children of I., saying:
4. 22 I. came over this Jordan on dry land
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Josh. 5. i dried up the waters of Jordan, .before. . I.
5. i any more, because of the children of I.
5. 2 circumcise again the children of I. the
5. 3 circumcised the children of I. at the hill
5. 6 the children of I. walked forty year* in
5. 10 the children of I. encamped inGilgal, and
5. 12 neither had the children of I. manna any
6. i shut up because of the children of I.
6. 1 8 make the camp of I. a curse, and trouble
6. 23 and left them without the camp of I.
6. 25 and shcdwellethin I. (even) unto this day
7. i the children of I. committed a trespass
7. i was kindled against the children of I.
7. 6 fell to the earth . . he and the elders of I.
7. 8 when I. turneth their backs before thc-ir
7. ii I. hath sinned, and they have also trans.
7. 12 the children of I. could not stand before
7. 13 thus saith the LORD God of I., (There is)
7. 13 accursed thing in the midst of thee, O I.
7. 15 and because he hath wrought folly in I.
7. 16 brought I. by their tribes ; and the tribe
7. 19 give, I pray . .glory to the LORD God of I.
7. 20 I have sinned against the LORD God of I.
7. 23 Joshua, and unto all the children of I.
7. 24 all I. with him, took Achan the son of Z.
7. 25 I. stoned him with stones, and burned
8. 10 went up, he and the elders of I., before
8. 14 and the men., went out against I. to battle
8. 15 I. made as if they were beaten before them
8. 17 not a man left, .that went not out after I.
8. 17 left the city open, and pursued after I.
8. 21 all I. saw that the ambush had taken the
8. 22 so they were in the midst of I., some on
8. 24 when I. had made an end of slaying all
8. 27 spr>il of that city, I. took for a prey unto
8. 30 built an altar unto the LORD God of I. in
8. 31 As Moses, .commanded the children of I.
8. 32 wrote in the presence of the children of I.
8. 33 all I. . .stood on this side the ark and on
8. 33 commanded, .should bless the people of I.
8. 35 read not before all the congregation of I.
9. 2 to fight with Joshua and with I., with one
9. 6 said unto him, and to the men of I., We
g. 7 men of I. said unto the Hivites, Peradven.
9. 17 the children of I. journeyed, and came
9. 18 children of I. smote them not, because the
9. 18 princes, .had sworn, .by the LORD God. . I.
9. 19 sworn unto them by the LORD God of I.
9. 26 and delivered them out of the hand of.. I.
10. i inhabitants, .had made peace with I., and
jo. 4 hath made peace, .with the children of I.
10. 10 LORD discomfited them before I., and slew
10. 1 1 came to pass, as they fled from before I.
jo. ii whom the children of I. slew with the
io. 12 the Amorites before the children of I., and
10. 12 said in the sight of I., Sun, stand thou still
10. 14 hearkened . .for the LORD fought for I.
10. 15 Joshua returned, andall I. with him, unto
io. 20 Joshua and the children of I. had made
10. 21 moved, .against any of the children of I.
10. 24 that Joshua called for all the men of I.
10. 29, 31, 34 Joshua passed, .and all I. with him
10. 30 delivered it also . . into the hand of I. ; and
10. 3? LORD delivered Lachish into the hand of I.
io. 36 Joshua went up from Eglon, and all I.
10. 38, 43 And Joshua returned, and all I. with
io. .50 destroyed . .as the LORD God of I. comm.
10. 42 because the LORD God of I. fought for I.
11. 5 and pitched together, .to fight against I.
1 1. 6 will I deliver them up all slain before I.
1 1. 8 LORD delivered them into the hand of I.
11.13 I- burned none of them, save Hazoronly
11.14 the children of I. took for a prey unto
ii. 16 So Joshua took., the mountain of I., and
11.19 tnat made peace with the children of I.
it. 20 that they should come against I. in battle
11. 21 and cut off ..from all the mountains of I.
11.22 none . . left in the land of the children of I.
n". 23 Joshua gave it for an inheritance unto 1.
12. i the kings, .which the children of I. smote
12. 6 Them did Moses, .and the children of I.
12. 7 kings, .which Joshua and the children of I.
12. 7 which Joshua gave unto the tribes of I.
13. 6 I drive out from before the children of I.
13. 13 children of I. expelled not the Geshurites
13. 14 sacrifices of the LORD God of I. made by
13. 22 the soothsaye did the children of I. slay
13. 33 the LORD God of I. (was) their inheritance
54. i which the children of I. inherited iu the
14. i heads of the.. tribes of the children of I.
14. 5 LORD commanded so the children of I.
14. io while. . I. wandered in the wilderness: and
14. 14 he wholly followed the LORD God of I.
17. 13 when the children of I. were waxen strong
18. i the children of I. assembled together at
18. 2 there remained among the children of I.
18. 3 Joshua said unto the children of I., How
18. io divided the land uuto the children of I.
19 49 the children of I. gave an inheritance to
19. 51 fathers- of the tribes of the children of I.
20. 2 Speak to the children of . saying. Appoint
20. 9 appointed for all the children of I., and
21. i fathers of the tribes of the children of I.
2?. 3 children of I. gave untotheLevitesoutof
21. 8 children of I. gave by lot unto the Leviti ^
21. 41 within the possession of the children of I.
21. 43 the LORD pave unto I. all the land which
ai 45 the LORD had spoken unto the house of I.
22. 9 departed from the children of I. out of S.
22. ii children of I. heard say, Behold, the chi.
22. >i Jordan, at the passage of the children of I.
22. 12 the children of I. heard (of it), the whole
Josh.22. 12 children of I. gathered themselves toget.
22. 13 children of I. sent unto the children of R
22. 14 a prince throughout all the tribes of I.
22. 14 of their fathers among the thousands of I.
si. 16 ye have committed against the God of I.
22. 18 be wroth with the whole congregation of I.
22. 20 wrath fell on all the congregation of I.
22. 21 said unto the heads of the thousands of I.
22. 22 he knoweth, and I. lie shall know ; if (it)
22. 24 What have ye. .with the LORD God of I.?
22. 30 heads of the thousands of I. which (were)
22. 31 ye have d livered the children of I. out
22. 32 the land of Canaan, to the children of I.
22. 33 the thing pleased the children of I. ; and
22. 33 children of I. blessed God, and did not
23. i after that the LOKD had given rest unto I.
23. 2 Joshua called for I., (and) for their elders
24. i gathered all the tribes of I. to Shechem
24. i called for the elders of I., and for their
24. 2 Thus saith the LORD God of I., Your fath.
24. 9 and;warred against I., and sent and called
24. 23 incline your heart unto the LORD God of I.
24. 31 I. served the LORD all the days of Joshua
24. 31 works of the Loiu>, that he had done for I.
24. 32 children of I. brought up out of Egypt
Juc g. i. i the children of I asked the LORD, saying
1. 28 when I. was strong, that they put the
2. 4 these words unto all the children of I.
2. 6 the children of I. went every man unto his
2. 7 great works of the LORD that he did for I.
2. io nor. .the works which he had done for I.
2. ii the children of I. did evil in the sight
2. 14, 20 anger of the I/>RD was hot against I.
2. 22 I may prove I. , whether they will keep the
3. i which the LOUD left, to prove I. by them
3. 2 generations of the -children of I. might
3. 4 they were to prove I. by them, to know
3. 5 children of I. dwelt arming the Canaanites
3. 7 the children of I. did evil in the sight
3. 8 the anger of the LORD was hot against I.
3. 8 children of I. served Chushan-rishathaim
3. 9, 15 the children of I. cried unto the LORD
3. 9 raised up a deliverer to the children of I.
3. io he judged I , and went out to war: aud
3. 12 the children of I. did evil again in the
3. 12 strengthened Eglon the king, .against I.
3. 13 went and smote I., and possessed the city
3. 14 the children of I. served Eglou thev. 15.
3. 27 the children of I. went down with him from
5. 30 was subdued that day under the hand of I.
3. 31 after him was Shamgar. .also delivered I.
4. i the children of I. again did evil in the
4. 3 the children of I. cried unto the LORD
4. 3 he mightily oppressed the children of I.
4. 4 And Deborah, .she judged I. at that time
4. 5 the children of I. came up to her for
4. 6 Hath not the LORD God of I. commanded
4. 23 the king of Canaan before the children of I.
4. 24 the children of I. prospered, and prevailed
5. 2 Praise ye the LORD for the avenging of I.
5. 3 I will sing (praise) to the LORD God of I.
5. 5 that Sinai from before the LORD God of I.
5. 7 they ceased in I., until that I Deborah
5. 7 I arose a mother in I.
5. 8 or spear seen among forty thousand in I.?
5. 9 My heart (is) toward the governors of I.
5. 11 (the inhabitants) of his villages in I.
6. i the children of I. did evil in the sight
6. 2 the hand of Midian prevailed against I.
6. 2 the children of I. made them the dens
6. 3 when I. had sown, that the Midianites ca.
6. 4 left no sustenance for I., neither sheep
6. 6 I. was greatly impoverished because of
6. 6, 7 the children of I. cried unto the LORD
6. 8 sent a prophet unto the children of I.
6. 8 Thus saith the LORD God of I., I brought
6. 14 thou shalt save I. from the hand of the
6. 15 wherewith shall I save I.? behold, my fam.
6- 36, 37 thou wilt save I. by mine hand, as thou
7. 2 lest I. vaunt themselves against me, saying
7. 8 he sent all (the rest of) I. every man unto
7. 14 of Gideon the son of Joash, a man of I.
7. 15 and returned into the host of I., and said
7. 23 the men of I. gathered themselves togetli.
8. 22 the men of I. said unto Gideon, Rule thou
8. 27 I. went thither a whoring after it : which
8. 28 Midian subdued before the children of I.
8. 33 the children of I. turned again, and went
8. 34 the children of I. remembered not the L.
8. 35 the goodness which he had showed unto I.
9. 22 Abimclech had reigned three years over I.
9. 55 the men of I. saw that Abimelech was
io. i after Abimelech there arose, to defend I.
10. 2 he judged I. twenty aud three years, and
10. 3 and judged I. twenty and two years
10. 6 the children of I. did evil again iu the
10. 7 the anger of the LORD was hot against I.
jo. 8 I. eighteen years, all the children of I.
10. 9 to fight, .so that I. was sore distressed
10. io the children of I. cried unto the LORD
10. 1 1 the LORD said unto the children of I.
10. 15 the children of I. said unto the LORD
io. 16 his soul was grieved for the misery of I.
10. 17 the children of I. assembled themselves
11.4,5 the children of Ammon made war against I
11. 13 I. took away my land, when they came up
ii. 15 I. took not away the land of Moab, nor the
ii. 16 I. came up from Egypt, and walked thro.
11. 17 I. sent messengers unto the king > if Ed>m
ii. 17 would not (consent) : and I. abode in K:i.
n. 19 I. sent messengers untoSihou King of the
n. 19 I. said unto him, Let us pas. we i>ray Uiee
Judgn. 20 trusted riot I. to pass through. bis coast
ii. 20 "pitched iu Jahaz. and fought against 1.
n. 21 the LORD God of I. delivered Sihon and all
it. 21 into the hand of I., ...so I possessed all
ii. 23 thel/ORDGod of I. hath dispossessed the
ii. 23 the Amorites from before his people I.
ii. 25 did he ever strive against I., or did he
u. 26 I. dwelt in Heshbon and her towns, and in
ii. 37 children of I. and the children of Ammon
ii. 33 were subdued before the children of I.
ii. 39 she returned. .And it was a custom in I.
11. 40 the daughters of I. went yearly to lament
12. 7 J phthah judged I. six years. Then died
12. 8 after him Ibzan of Beth-lehem judged I.
12. 9 and he judged I. seven years
13. ii Elon. .judged I.; and he judged I. te*
12. 13 the son of Hillel, a Pirathonite, judged I.
2. 14 and he judged I. eight years
.13. i the children of I. did evil again iu the
13. 5 he shall begin to deliver I. out of the
14. 4 the Philistines had dominion over I.
15. 20 judged I. in the days of the Philistines
16. 31 buried him. .And he judged I. twenty
17. 6 In those days (there was) no king in I.
18. i In those days (there was) no king in I.
18. i fallen unto them among the tribes of I.
18. 19 a priest unto a tribe and afamily in I.?
19. i when (there was) no king in I., that there
19. iz stranger, that (is) not of the children of I.
19. 29 and sent her into all the coasts of I.
19. 30 the children of I. came up out of thr land
20. i all the children of I. went out, and the
20. 2 the tribes of I., presented themselves in
20. 3 the children of I. were gone.. .child. of I.
:o. 6 all the country of the inheritance of I.
20. 6 have committed lewdness and folly jn I.
20. 7 ye (are) all children of I.; give here you
20. io ten men. .throughout all the tribes of I.
20. 10 the folly that they have wronght in I.
20. ii the men of J. were gathered against the
20. 12 the tribes of I. sent men through all the
20. 13 put them to death, and put away evil from
20. 13 voice of their brethren the children of I.
20. 14 out to battle against the children of I.
20/17 menofl., beside Benjamin, were v. 18 19-
20. 20 the men of I. went out to battle against
20. 20 the men of I. put themselves in array to
20. 22 the people, the men of I. , encouraged them.
20. 23 the children of I. went up and wept before
20. 24 the children of I. came near apainst the
20. 25 down to the ground of the children of I.
20. 26 the children of I., and all the people
20. 27 the children of I. enquired of the LORD
20. 29 I. set liers in wait round about Gibeah
20. 30 the children of 1. went up against the
20. 31 began to smite, .about thirty men of I.
20. 32 the children of I. said, Let us flee, and
20. 33 the men of I. rose up out of their place
20. 33 the liers in wait of I. came forth out of
20. 34 ten thousand chosen men out of all I.
20. 75 Benjamin before I. : and the children of I.
20. 56 the men of I. gave place to the Benjamites
20. 38 an appointed sign between the men of I.
20. 39 men of I. retired in the battle, Benjamin.
20. 39 B. began to smite (and) kill of the men of I.
20. 41 when the men of I. turned again, the men
20. 42 turned (their backs) before the men of I.
20. 48 the men of I. turned again upon the child.
21. i the men of I. had sworn in Mizpeh, saying
. 3 God of I., why is this come to pass in I.
. 3 should be to day one tribe lacking in I.?
. 5 And the children of I. said, Who (is there)
. 5 the tribes of I. that came not up with
. 6 children of I. repented them for Benjamin
. 6 There is one tribe cut off from I. this
. 8 What one (is there) of the tribes of I. that
. 15 LORD had made a breach in the tribes of I.
. 17 that a tribe be not destroyed out of I.
. 1 3 for the children of I. have sworn, saying
. 24 the children of I. departed thence at that
. 25 In those days (there was) no king in I.
Ruth . 12 reward be given thee of the LORD God of I.
. 7 in former time in I. concerning redeeming
7 and this (was) a testimony in I.
1 1 which two did build the house of I.
. 14 kinsman,that his name maybe famous in I.
i Sa. 17 the God of I. grant (thee) thy petition
. 22 heard all that his sons did unto all I.
28 I chose him out of all the tribes of I.
_. 23 offerings made by flre of.. children of I.t
2. 29 of all the offerings of I. my people?
2. 30 the Lord GOD of I. saith, I said indeed
2. 32 all (the wealth) which (God) shall give I.
3. ii 1 will do a thing in I., at which both the
3. 20 I. from Dan even to Beer-shcba, knew that
4. i the word of Samuel came to all I. Now I.
4. 2 against I. : and when they joined battle, I.
4. 3 the elders of I. said. Wherefore hath the
4. 5 I. shouted with a great shout, so that the
4. io I. was smitten, and they fled every m;m
4. io there fell of I. thirty thousand footmen
4. 17 I. is fled before the Philistines, and
4. 1 8 lie died. .And he had judged I. forty years
4. 21, 22 The glory is departed from T.: because
5. 7 The ark of the God of I. shall not abide
5. 8 shall we do with the ark of the God of I.T
5. 8 Let the ark of the God of I. be carried
5. 8 they carried the ark of the God of I. about
5. so brought about the ark of the God of I. to
5. ii Send away the ark of the God of I., and
6. 3 If ye send away the ark of the God of I.
6. 5 ye shall give glory unto the God of I.
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i Sa. 7. 2 the house of I. lamented after the LORD
7 3 Samuel spake unto all the house of I.
7. 4 the children of I. did put away Baalim and
7. 5 Gather all I. to Mizpeh, and I will pray
7. 6 Samuel judged the children of I. in Mizpeh
7 7 the children of I. were gathered together
7 7 up against I. And when the children of I.
7! 8 the children of I. said to Samuel, Cease
7. 9 Samuel cried unto the LORD for I. ; and
7. 10 Philistines drew near to battle against I.
7. 10 and they were smitten before I.
7. ii men of I. went out of Mizpeh, and pursued
7. 13 they came no more into the coast of I.
7! 14 had taken from I. were restored to I.
7! 14 the coasts thereof did I. deliver out of
i. 14 there was peace betwee-i I. and the Am.
7. 15 Samuel judged I. all the days of his life
7. 16 he went., and judged I. in all those places
7 . 17 there he judged I. ; and there he built an
8. i that he made his sons judges over I.
8. 4 elders of I. gathered themselves together
8. 22 Samuel said unto the men of I., Go ye
9. 2 (there was) not among the children of I.
9. 9 in I., when a man went to enquire of God
9. 16 anoint . .(to be) captain over my people I.
9. 20 on whom (is) all the desire of I.? (I , i )
9. 21 of the smallest of the tribe} of I. . and
10. 18 And said unto the children of I., Thus
10. 18 saith the LORD God of I., I brought up I.
10. 20 caused all the tribe < f I. to come near
11. 2 and lay it (for) i. reproach upon all I.
ii. 3 send messengers unto 11 the coasts of I.
ii. 7 sent (them) throughout all th coastsofl.
ii. 8 children of I. were three hundred thous.
11. 13 the LORD hath wrought salvation in I.
11.15 and all the me. of I. rejoiced greatly
12. i And Samuel said unto all I., Behold, I
13. i and when he had reigned two years over I.
13. 2 Saul chose him three thous .nd (men) of I.
13. 4 all I. heard say (that) Saul had smitten a
13. 4 I. also was had in abomination with the
13. 5 gathered, .together to fight with I., thirty
13. 6 men of I. saw that they Trere in a strait
13. 13 established thy kingdom upon I. for ever
13. 19 smith found throughout all the land of I.
14. 12 hath delivered them into the hand of I.
14. 18 was at that time with the children of I.
14.22 the men of I. which ^ad hid themselves in
14. 23 the LORD saved I. that day : and the battle
14. 24 the men of I. were distressed that day: for
14- 37 w lt th u deliver them into the hand of I.?
14. 39 the LORD liveth, which saveth I., though
14. 40 Then said he unto all I., Be ye on one side
14. 41 Saul said unto the LORD God of I., Give
14. 45 hath wrought this great salvation in I.?
14. 47 Saul took the kingdom over I. , and fought
14. 48 delivered I. out of the hands of them that
15. i thee (to be) king over his people, over I.
15. 2 I remember (that) which Amalek did to I.
15. 6 showed kindness to all the children of I.
15. 17 I.,and the LORD anointed thee kingoverl.?
15. 26 hath rejected thee from being king over I.
15. 28 hath rent the kingdom of I. from thee this
15. 29 the strength of I. will not lie nor repent
15. 30 the elders of my people, and before I., and
x s . 35 repented that he . . made Saul king over I.
16. i I have rejected him from reigning over I.
17. 2 the men of I. were gathered together, and
17. 3 I stood on a mountain on the other side
17. 8 cried unto the armies of I., and said unto
17. 10 I defy the armies of I. this day ; give me
17. nI. heard those words of the Philistine
17. 19 the men of I., (were) in the valley of Elah
17. 21 I. and the Philistines had put the battle
17. 24 the men of I., when they saw the man
17. 25 the men of I. said, Have ye seen this man
17. 25 to defy I. is he come up : and it shall be
17. 25 and make his father s house free in I.
17. 26 taketh away the reproach from I. ? for
17. 45 the God of the armies of I., whom thou
17. 46 earth may know that there is a God in I.
17. 52 men of I. and of Judah arose, and shout.
17. 53 the children of I. returned from chasing
18. 6 the women came out of all cities of I.
18. 16 I. and Judah loved David, because he we.
18. 18 what (is) my life, (or) my father s f. in I.
19. 5 LORD wrought a great salvation for all I.
20. 12 LORD God of I., when I have sounded
23. 10 LORD God of I., thy servanthath certain.
23. ii O LORD God of I., I beseech thee, tell th>
23. 17 thou shalt be king over I., and I shall be
24. 2 three thousand chosen men out of all I.
24. 14 After whom is the king of I. come out ?
24. 20 the kingdom of I. shall be established in
25. 30 and shall have appointed thee ruler over I
25. 32 Blessed (be)theLoRDGodofl.,which sent
25. 34 (as) the LOUD God of I. liveth, which hath
26. 2 three thousand chosen men of I., with him
26. 15 who (is) like to thee in I. ? wherefore then
26. 20 the king of I. is come out to seek a flea
27. i to seek me any more in any coast of I.
27. 12 made his people I. utterly to abhor him
28. i together for warfare, to fight with I.
28. 3 all I. had lamented him, and buried him
28. 4 Saul gathered all I. together, and they
28. 19 the LORD will also deliver I. with thee
28. 19 LORD also shall deliver the host of I.
29. 3 the servant of Saul the king of I., which
30. 25 and an ordinance for I. unto this day
31. i fought against I. : and the men of I. flee
31. 7 the men of I. that (were) on the other sid
31. 7 saw that the men of I. fled, and that Saul
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2 Sa. i. 3 said . .Out of the camp of I. am I escaped
i. 12 peopleof the LORD, and for the house of I.
1.19 The beauty of I. is slain upon thy high
1. 24 daughters of I., weep over Saul, who clo.
2. 9 Ephraim . .over Benjamin, and over all I.
2. 10 forty years., when he began to reign over I.
2. 17 Aimer was beaten, and the men of I., be.
2. 28 pursued after I. no more, neither fought
3. 10 to set up the throne of David over I., and
3. 12 with thee, to bring about all 1. unto thee
3. 17 had communication with the elders of I.
3. 18 I will save my people I. out ot the hand
3. 19 also to speak, .all that seemed good to I.
3. 21 will gather all I. unto my lord the king
3. 37 I., understood that day, that it was not of
3. 38 and a great man fallen this day in I. !
5 . i Then came all the tribes < I. to David
5. 2 he that leddest out and broughtest in I.
5. 2 I., and thou shalt be a captain over I.
5. 3 elders of I. came to the king to Hebron
5. 3 and they anointed David king over I.
5. 5 thirty and three years over all I. and
5. 12 the LORD had established him king over I.
5. 12 exalted his kindgom for his people I.
5. 17 that they had anointed David king over I.
6. i gathered together all . . chosen (men) of I.
6. 5 the house of I. played before the LORD on
6. 15 the house of I. brought up the ark of the
6. 19 among the whole multitude of I., as well
6. 20 How glorious was the king of I. to day
6. 21 ruler over the people of the LORD, over I.
7 . 6 brought up the children of I. out of Egypt
7. 7 I have walked with all the children of I.
7. 7 I., whom I command, to feed my people I.
7. 8 I took, .to beruler over my people, over I.
7. 10 I will appoint a place for my people I.
7. ii commanded judges, .over my people I.
7. 23 I., whom God went to redeem for a people
7. 24 I. (to be) a people unto thee for ever
7. 26 The LORD of hosts (is) the God over I. : and
7. 27 thou, O LORD of hosts, God of I., hast re.
8. 15 And David reigned over all I.; and David
10. 9 he chose of all the choice (men) of I. , and
10. 15 saw that they were smitten before I., they
10. 17 he gathered all I. together, and passed
10. 18 the Syrians fled before I. ; and David slew
10. 19 smitten before I., they made peace with I.
11. i Joab, and his servants with him, and all I .
11. ii I., and Judah, abide in tents ; and my 1.
12. 7 Thus saith the. .GOD of I. .King over I.
12. 8 gave thee the house of I. and of Judah; and
12. 12 but I will do this thing before all I., and
13. 12 no such thing ought to be done in I.: do
13. 13 thou shalt be as one of the fools in I.
14. 25 in all I. there was none to be so much
15. 2 Thy servant (is) of one of the tribes of I.
15. 6 on this manner did Absalom to all I. that
15. 6 Absalom stole the hearts of the men of I.
15. 10 sent spies throughout all the tribes of I.
15. 13 hearts of the men of I. are after Absalom
16. 3 To day shall the house ol I. restore me
16. 15 men of I., came to Jerusalem, and Ahith.
16. 18 this people, and all the men of I., choose
16. 21 I. shall hear that thou art abhorred of thy
16. 22 And Absalom went in . . in the sight of . . I.
17. 4 pleased Absalom, .and all the elders of I.
17. 10 I. knoweth that thy father (is) a mighty
17. ii all I. be generally gathered unto thee
17. 13 I. bring ropes to that city, and we will
17. 14 the men of I. said, The counsel of Hushai
17. 15 counsel Absalom and the elders of I. ; and
17. 24 he and all the men of I. with him
17. 26 So I. and Absalom pitched in the land of
18. 6 people went out into the field against I.
18. 7 the people of I. were slain before the serv.
18. ID the people returned from pursuing after I.
18. 17 and all I. fled every one to his tent
19. 8 for I. had fled every man to his tent
19. 9 at strife throughout all the tribes of I.
19. ii the speech of all I. is come to the king
19. 22 any man be put to death this day in I. ?
19. 22 I know that I (am) this day king over I. ?
19. 40 the king, and also half the people of I.
19. 41 the men of I. came to the king, and said
19. 42 the men of Judah answered the men of I.
19. 43 the men of I. answered the men of Judah
19. 43 fiercer than the words of the men of I.
20. i and aaid. .every man to his tents, O I.
20. 2 every man of I. went up from after David
20. 14 through all the tribes of I. unto Abel, and
20. 19 them that are) peaceable, .faithful in I.
20. 19 to destroy a city and a mother in I. : why
20. 23 Now Joab (was) over all the host of I. : and
21. 2 Gibeonites (were) not of the children of I.
21. 2 the children of I. had sworn unto them
21. 2 his zeal to the children of I. and Judah
21. 4 neither for us shalt thou kill any. .in I.
21. 5 from remaining in any of the coasts of I.
21. 15 the Philistines had yet war again with I.
21. 17 that thou quench not the light of I.
21. 21 And when he defied I., Jonathan the son
23. i David . .the sweet psalmist of I., said
23. 3 The God of I. said, the Rock of I. spake
23. 9 and the men of I. were gone away
24. i anger of the LORD was kindled against I.
24. 2 Go now through all the tribes of I., from
24. 4 Joab . . weut . . to number the people of I.
24. 9 there were in I. eight hundred thousand
24. 15 the LORD sent a pestilence upon I., from
24. 25 entreated, .the plague was stayed from I.
i Ki. i. 3 damsel throughout all the coasts of I., and
i. 20 the eyes of all I. (are) upon thee, that thou
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i Ki i. 30 I sware unto thee by the LORD God of I.
i. 34 the prophet anoint him there king over L
1. 35 him to be ruler over I. and over Judah
x. 48 Blessed (be) the LORD God of I., which hath
2. 4 not fail thee . .a man on the throne of I.
2. 5 did to the two captains of the host of I.
2. ii the days that David reigned over I. (were)
3. 15 I. set their faces on me, th~i I should
2. 32 captain of the host of I., and Aniaga the
3. 28 I. heard of the judgment which the king
4. i So king Solomon was king over all I.
4. 7 Solomon had twelve officers over all I.
5. 13 Solomon raised a levy out of all I. ; and
6. i after the children of I. were come out of
6. i the fourth year of,Solomon s reign over I.
6. 13 of I., and will not forsake my people I.
8. i Solomon assembled the elders of I., and
8. i chief of the fathers of the children of I.
8. 2 the men of I. assembled themselves unto
8. 3 the elders of I. came, and the priests
8. 5 the congregation of I., that were assem.
8. 9 made (a covenant) with the children of I.
8. 14 of I., and all the congregation of I. stood
8. 15 Blessed (be) the LORD God of I., which
8. 16 I brought forth my people I. out of Egypt
8. 16 chose no city out of all the tribes of 1.
8. 16 but I chose David to be over my people I.
8. 17, 20 house for., name of the LORD God of I.
8. 20 and sit on the throne of I., as the LORD
8. 22 presence of all the congregation of I., and
8. 23 LORD God of I., (there is) no God like thee
8. 25 LORD God of I., keep with thy servant D.
8. 25 in my sight to sit on the throne of I. ; so
8. 26 OGod of I., let thy word, I pray thee, be
8. 30 of thy servant, and of thy people I., when
8. 33 When thy people I. be smitten down bef.
8. 34 forgive the sin of thy people I., and bring
8. 36 sin of thy servants, and of thy people I.
8. 38 (made) by any man, (or) by all thy people I.
8. 41 a stranger, that (is) not of thy people I.
8. 43 to fear thee, as (do) thy people I. ; and that
8. 52 and unto the supplication of thy people I.
8. 55 and blessed all the congregation of I. with
8. 56 that hath given rest unto his people I., ac.
8. 59 he maintain . .the cause of his people I. at
8. 62 king, and all I. with him, ottered sacrifice.
8 63 all the children of I. dedicated the house
8. 65 Solomon held a feast, and all I. with him
8. 66 goodness that the LORD had done, .for I.
9. 5 I will establish the throne, .upon I. for
9. 5 not fail thee a man upon the throne of I.
9. 7 Then will I cut off I. out of the land which
9. 7 I. shall be a proverb and a byword among
9. 20 all. .which (were) not of the children of I.
9. si the children of I. also were not able utterly
9. 22 of the children of I. did Solomon make uo
10. 9 to set thee on the throne of I . : because the
10. 9 LORD loved I. for ever, therefore made he
11. 2 LoRDsaid untothe children of I., Yeshall
ii. 9 heart was turned from the LORD God of I.
ii. 16 six months did Joab remain . .with all I.
ii. 25 he was an adversary to I. all the days of
ii. 25 andhe abhorredl., and reigned overSyria
ii. 31 thus saith the LORD, the God of I., Behold
11.32 the city which I have chosen out of all .. I.
ii. 37 thou shalt reign., and shall be king over I.
ii. 38 I will be with thee. .and will give I. unto
11. 42 Solomon reigned in Jerusalem over all I.
12. i all I. were come to Shechem to make him
12. 3 Jeroboam and all the congregation of I.
12. 16 I. saw that the king hearkened not unto
12. 16 What portion have we., to your tents, 01.
12. 16 now see. .So I. departed unto their tents
12. 17 the children of I. which dwelt in the cit.
14. 7 Thus saith the LORD God of I., Forasmuch
14. 7 and made thee prince over my people I.
14. 13 good thing toward the LORD God of I
14. 21 did choose out of all the tribes of I., to
14. 24 LORD cast out before the children of I.
15. 30 provoked the LORD GOD of I. to
16. 13 in provoking the LORD GOD of I. 16, 33.
17. i (As)theLORl>GodofI. liveth, lieforewnoiL.
17. 14 For thus saith the LORD God of I., The
18. 36 be known this day that thou (art) God in I.
22 53 provoked toangerthe LORD God of I., ace.
2 Ki. 2. 12 My father, my father ! the chariot of I.
o 6 Thus saith the LORD God of I. ,
i o. ? i .
10. 31 to walk in the law of the LORD God of I.
14. 25 He restored the coast of I. from the ent.
18. 4 the children of I. did burn incense to it
18. 5 He trusted in the LORD God of I.; so that
IQ 15 OLoRDGodof I., which dwellest (between)
19. 20 Thus saith the LORD God of I., (That)which
19. 22 lifted up. .(even) against the holy (one) of I.
21. 2 the LORD cast out before the children of I.
21. 7 I have chosen out of all tribes of I., will I
21. 8 Neither will I make the feet of I. move
21. 9 LORD destroyed before the children of I.
21. 12 Therefore thus saith the Lord GOD of I.
22. 15 Thus saith the Lord GOD of I., Tell the
22. 18 Thus saith the Lord GOD of I.
23. 13 which Solomon the king of I. had builded
23. 22 from the days of the judges that judged I.
24. 13 which Solomon king of I. had maJe in
i Ch. i. 43 (any) king reigned over the children of I.
2. 7 Achar, the troubler of I., who transgressed
4. 10 Jabez called on the God of 1., saving, Oh
5. 26 God of I. stirred up the spirit of Pul king
6. 49 to make an atonement for I., according to
6. 64 children of I. gave to the Levites (these)
9. i So all I. were reckoned by genealogies
xo. i Now the Philistines fought against I. ; and
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i Ch.io. i men of I. fled from before the Philistine
10. 7 Vac men of I. that (were) in the valley saw
it. i Then all 1. gathered themselves to Davit"
11. 2 he that leddest out and broughtest in I.
n. 2 thyGodsaid. .Thou shall feed my people I
ii. 2 and thou shall be ruler over my people I
ii. 3 Therefore came all the elders of I. to the
n. 3 they anointed David kingoverl.,accordin|
it. 4 David and all I. went to Jerusalem, whici
n. io who strengthened themselves with, .all I
11. io king, according to the word, .conceruingl
12. 32 to know what I. ought do ; the heads o
12. 38 to Hebron, to make David king over all I
12. 38 the rest also of I. (were) of one heart to
12. 40 sheep abundantly ; for there was) joy in I
13. 2 David said unto all the congregation of I
13. 2 our brethren, .left in all tlie land of I., and
13. 5 So David gathered all I. gether, from
13. 6 David went up, and all I., to Baalah, (tha
13. 8 David and all I. played before God with
14. 2 LORD had confirmed him king over I.; for
14. 2 lifted up on high, because of his people I
14. 8 that David was anointed king over all I.
15. 3 David gathered all I. together to Jerusal
15. 12 bring up the ark of the LORD God of I.
15. 14 bring up the ark of the LORD God of I.
15. 25 Ihe elders of I., and the captains over
15. 28 I. brought up the ark of the covenant of
16. 3 he dealt to every one of I., both man and
16. 4 to thank and praise the LORD God of I.
16. 13 ye seed of I. his servant, ye children of
16. 17 (and) to I. (for) an everlasting covenant
16. 36 Blessed be the LORD God of I. for ever
16. 40 written in the law. .which he command. I
17. 5 day that I brought up I. unto this day
17. 6 Wheresoever I have walked with all I.
17. 6 spake I a word to any of the judges of I.
17. 7 thou shouldest be ruler over my people I
17. 9 I will ordain a place for my people I., and
17 io command, judges (to be) over my people I.
17. 21 nation in the earth (is) like thy people I.
17. 22 thy people I. didst thou make thine own
17. 24 LORD, .(is) the God of I., (even) a G. to I.
18. 14 David reigned over all I., and executed
19. io he chose out of all the choice of I., and
19. 16 that they were put to the worse before I.
19. 17 he gathered all I., and passed over Jordan
19. 18 the Syrians fled before I. ; and David slew
19. 19 that they were put to the worse before I.
20. 7 when he defied I., Jonathan the son of
21. i against I., and provoked David to nurnb. I.
21. 2 number I. from Beer-sheba even to Dan
21. 3 why will he be a cause of trespass to I. ?
4 and went throughout all I., and came to
7 God was displeased, .therefore he smo. I.
1 2 destroying throughout all the coasts of I.
14 pestilence upon I. : and there fell of I.
1 this^isfthe altar of the burnt offering for I.
2 the strangers that (were) in the land of I.
6 to build an house for the LORD God of I.
9 peace and quietness unto I. in his days
. TO the throne of his kingdom overl. for ever
. 12 give thee charge concerning I., that thou
. 13 the LORD charged Mos. with concerning I.
. 17 David also commanded ail Ihe princes of I.
23. i he made Solomon his son king over I.
23. 2 gathered together all the princes of I.
23. 25 The LORD God of I. hath given rest unto
24. 19 as the LORD God of I. had commanded
26. 29 sons(were)fortheoutward business overl.
26. 30 (were) officers among them of I. on this
27. i the children of I. after their number, (to)
27. 16 Furthermore over the tribes of I. : the
27. 22 These (were) the princes of thetribesof I.
37. 23 the LORD had said he would increase I.
27. 24 there fell wrath for it against I. ; neither
28. i David assembled all the princes of I., the
28. 4 the LORD God of I. chose me before all
28. 4 chose me .. to be king over I. for ever : for
28. 4 he liked me to make (me) king over all I.
28. 5 upon the throne of the kingdom, .over I.
28. 8 in the sight of all I. the congregation of
29. 6 the chief, .and princes of the tribes of I.
29. 21 and sacrifices in abundance for all I.
29. 23 sat on the throne, .and all I. obeyed him
29. 25 magnified Solomon.. in the sight of all I.
29. 25 had not been on any king before him in I.
29. 26 David the son of Jesse reigned over all I.
29. 27 time that he reigned over I. (wag) forty
9. 30 the times that went over him, and over I.
tCh. i. 2 Solomon spake unto all I., to the captains
i. 2 to every governor in all I., the chief of
1. 13 Then Solomon came, .and reigned overl.
2. 4 This (is an ordinance) for ever to I.
2. 12 Blessed (be) the LORD God of I., that ma.
2. 17 the strangers that (were) in the land of I.
5. 2 Solomon assembled the elders of I., and
5. 2 chief of the fathers of the children of I.
5. 3 all the men of I. assembled themselves
5. 4 the elders of I. came ; and the Levites
5. 6 the congregation of I. that were assembl.
5. io made (a covenant) with the children of I.
6. 3 I. : and all the congregration of I. stood
6. 4 Blessed (be) the LORD God of I. , who hath
6. 5 chose no city among all the tribes of*I.
6. 5 any man to be a ruler over my people I.
6. 6 have chosen David to be over my people I.
6. 7, TO for the name of the LORD God of I.
6. 10 am set on the throne of I., as the LORD
6. ii that he made with the children of I.
6. 12 presence of all the congregation of I.
6. 1 3 kneeled . . before all the congregation of I.
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r Ch. 6. 14 LORD God of I., (there is) no God like the
6. 16 O LORD God of I., keep with thy servant
6. 16 a man. .to sit upon the throne of I.; yet
6. 17 O LORD God of I., let thy word be veriflcc
6. 21 thy servant, and of thy people I., which
6. 24 thy people I. be put the worse before
6. 25 forgive the sin of thy people I., and brin
6. 27 sin of thy servants, and of thy ptc.j ,1, I.
6. 29 made of any man, or of all thy pci,],), I.
6. 32 stranger, which is not of thy people!., bu
6. 33 fearthee, as (doth) thy people I., and ma
7. 3 children of I. saw how the fire came dowi
7. 6 sounded trumpets before them, and all I
7. 8 I. with him, a very great congregation
7. ia David, and to Solomon, and to I. hispeo
7. 18 not fail thee a man (to be) ruler in I.
8. 2 caused the children of I. to dwell there
8. 7 and the Jebusites, which (were) not of I.
8. 8 whom the children of I. consumed not
8. 9 of the children of I. did Solomon make n>
8. ii dwell in the house of David kingof I.,beca
9. 8 God loved I., to establish them for ever
9. 30 Solomon reigned in Jerusalem over all I
10. i to Shechem were. .1. come to make him
10. 3 I. came and spake to Kehoboam, saying ,
10. 1 6 I. (saw) that the king would not hearkei
io. 16 every man to your tents, O I. : (and) now
10. 1 6 So all I. went to their tents
10. 17 children of I. that dwelt in the cities of J
11. 3 Speak unto . . all I. in .Tudah and Benjamin
11. 16 their hearts to seek the LORD God of I
12. i he forsook the law of the LORD, and all I
12. 6 the princes ot I. and the king humbled
12.13 nftd chosen out of all the tribes of I. , to pu
13. 5 LORD God of I. gave the kingdom over I
15. 3 I. (hath been) without the true God, and
15. 4 turn unto the Lord GOD of I., and sough!
15. 13 whosoever would not seek. .LoRDGodof I
19. 8 of the chief of the fathers of I., for the
20. 7 (who) drive out . . before thy people I., ant
20. io whom thou wouldest not let I. invade
20. 19 to praise the LORD God of I. with a loud
20. 29 LORD fought against the enemies of I.
23. 2 chief of the fathers of I., and they came
24. 5 gather of all I. money to repair the house
24. 6 of the LORD, and of the congregation of I.
24. 9 Moses, .(laid) upon I. in the wilderness
24. 16 he had done good in I., both toward God
28. 3 had cast out before the children of I.
28. 23 they were the ruin of him, and of all I.
28. 27 into the sepulchres of the kings of I.
29. 7 burnt offerings, .unto the God of I.
29. io make a covenant with the LORD God of I.
29. 24 to make an atonement for all I. : for the
29. 24 sin offering (should be made) for all I.
30. 1,5 the passover unto the LORD God of I.
30. 5 to make proclamation throughout all I.
30. 6 children of I., turn again unto the LORD
30. 26 of Solomon the son of David king of I.
31. i all I. that were present went out to the
31. i the children of I. returned, every man to
31. 5 the children of I. brought in abundance
31. 8 they blessed the LORD, and his people I.
32. 17 also letters to rail on the LORD God of I.
33. 2 had cast out before the children of I.
33. 7 I have chosen before all the tribes of I.
33. 8 will I any more remove the foot of I.
33. 9 had destroyed before the children of I.
33. 16 commandedJudah. .serve. .LoRDGodof I.
33. 18 that spake to him in the name of..God of I.
33. 1 8 written) in the book of the kings of I.
34. 7 the idols throughout all the land of I.
34. 23 Thus saith the LORD God of I., Tell ye the
34. 26 Thus saith the Lord GOD of I. (concerning)
34. 33 that (pertained) to the children of I., and
34. 33 made all that were present in I. to serve
35. 3 said unto the Levites that taught all I.
35. 3 the son of David king of I. did build
35. 3 now the LORD your God, and his people I.
35. 4 according to. .writing of David king of I.
35. 17 the children of I. that were present kept
35. 1 8 was no passover like to that kept In I.
35. 1 8 neither did all the kings of I. keep such
35. 18 Judah and I. that were present, and the
35. 25 day, and made them an ordinance in I.
36. 13 heart from turning unto. .LORD God of I.
Ezra i. 3 and build the house of the LORD God of I.
2. 2 The number of the men of the people of I.
2. 59 and their seed, whether they (were) of I.
2. 70 dwelt in their cities, and all" I. in their
3. i and the children of I. (were) in the cities
3. 2 builded the altar of the God of I., to offer
3. io after the ordinance of David king of I.
3. 1 1 his mercy (endureth) for ever toward I.
4. i builded the temple unto . . LORD God of I.
4. 3 the rest of the chief of the fathers of I.
4. 3 we. .will build unto the LORD God of I.
5. i prophesied . .in the name of the God of I.
5. 1 1 which a great king of I. builded and set up
6. 14 to the commandment of the God of I.
6. 16 the children of I., the priests, and the
6. 17 for a sin offering for all I., twelve he.
6. 17 according to. .number of the tribes of I.
6. 21 the children of I., which were come again
6. 21 hadiseparated . .to seek the LORD God of I.
6. i2 work of the house of God, the God of I.
7. 6 law . . which the LORD God of I. had given
7. 7 there went up (some) of the children of I.
7. io and to teach in I. statutes and judgments
7. ii of the LORD, and of his statutes to I.
7. 13 all they of the people of I., and (of) his
7. 15 counsellors. .offered unto the God of I.
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Ezra 7. 28 I gathered together out of I. chief men
8. 25 his lords, and all I. (there) present, had
8. 29 the Levites, and chief of the fathers of I.
8. 35 offered burnt offerings unto the God of I.
8. 35 twelve bullocks for all I., ninety and six
9. i The people of I. . .have not separated th,
9. 4 trembled at the words of the God of I.
9. 15 O LORD God of I., thou (art) righteous
io. i there assembled unto him out of I. a very
io. 2 yet now there is hope in I. concerning
io. 5 Then arose Ezra, .and all I., to swear th:it
10. io have taken . . to increase the trespass of I.
io. 25 Moreover of I. : of the sons of Parosh ; R.
Neh. i. 61 pray . . for the children of I. thy servants
1. 6 confess the sins of the children of I., wh.
2. io to seek the welfare of the children of I.
7. 7 number, .of the men of the people of I.
7. 61 could not show, .whether they ( were) of L
7. 73 ihe Nethinims, and all I., dwelt in their
7. 73 seventh month . . the children of I. (were)
8. i law . . which the LORD had commanded . . I.
8. 14 the children of I. should dwell in booths
8. 17 that day had not the children of I. done
9. i children of I. were assembled with fasti
9. 2 seed of I. separated themselves from all
io. 33 sin offerings to make an atonement for I.
10. 39 children of I. . .shall bring the offering of
11. 3 I., the priests, and the Levites, and the
n. 20 residue of I. . .(were) in all the cities of J.
12. 47 all I. in the days of Zerubbabel . .gave the
13. 2 Because they met not the children of I.
13. 3 separated from I. all the mixed multitu.
13. 18 yet ye bring more wrath upon I. by prof.
13. 26 Did not Solomon king of I. sin by these
13. 26 God made him king over all I. : neverthe.
Psa. 14. 7 Oh that the salvation of I. (were come)
14. 7 Jacob shall rejoice, (and) I. shall be glad
22. 3 (O thou) that inhabitest the praises of I.
22. ,23 and fear him, all ye the seed of I.
25. 22 Redeem I., O God, out of all his trouble!
41. 13 Blessed (be) the LORD God of I. from ev.
50. 701., and I will testify against thee : I
53. 6 Oh thatthe salvation of I. (were come) out
53. 6 Jacob shall rejoice, (and) I. shall be glad
59. 5 LORD God of hosts, the God of I., awake
68. 8 (was moved) at the presence of . . the G. of I.
68. 26 Bless ye God. .from the fountain of I.
68. 34 his excellency (is) over I., and his streng.
68. 35 the God of J. (is) he that giveth strength
69. 6 let not those . . be confounded . . O God of I.
71. 22 unto thee will I sing, .thou holy one of L
72. 18 Blessed (be) the LORD God, the God of L
73. i Truly God (is) good to I., (even) to such
76. i (is) God known ; his name (is) great in I.
78. 5 For he. .appointed a law in I., which he
78. 21 Jacob, and anger also came up against I.
78. 31 God. .smote down the chosen (men) of L
78. 41 they turned..and limited the holy one ofL
78. 55 made the tribes of I. to dwell in their te.
78. 59 God heard (this), he. .greatly abhorred L
78. 71 he brought him to feed.. I. his inheritance
80. i O Shepherd of I., thou that leadest Jose.
81. 4 For this (was) a statute for L, (and) a law
81. 8 will testify . .O I., if thou wilt hearken
81. ii would not hearken, .and I. would none
81. 13 hearkened unto me, (and) I. had walked
83. 4 that the name of I. may be no more in r.
89. 1 8 our defence ; and the holy one of I. (is)
98. 3 hath remembered . . toward the house of L
103. 7 made known . .unto the children of I.
105. io confirmed, .to I. (for) an everlasting COT.
105. 23 I. also came into Egypt ; and Jacob sojo.
106. 48 Blessed (be) the LORD God of I. from ev.
114. i When I. went out of Egypt, the house of
114. 2 Judah was his sanctuary-, (and) I. his do.
115. 901., trust thou in the LORD: he (is) their
115. 12 he will bless the house of I.; he will ble.
118. 2 Let I. now say, that his mercy (endureth)
121. 4 he that keepeth I. shall neither slumber
122. 4 the tribes go up.. unto the testimony of L
124. i the LORD who was on our side, now may I.
125. 5 LORD shall lead, .peace (shall be) upon L
128. 6 children s children, (and) peace upon I.
129. i afflicted me from my youth, may I. now
130. 7 Let I. hope in the LORD : for with the L.
130. 8 he shall redeem I. from all his iniquities
131. 3 Let I. hope in the LORD from henceforth
135. 4 LORD hath chosen. .1. for his peculiar tr.
135. 12 gave their land (for), .an heritage unto L
135. 19 Bless the LORD, O house of I.: bless the
136. ii brought out I. from among them : for
136. 14 made I. to pass through the midst of it
136. 22 an heritage unto I. his servant : for his
147. 2 he gathereth together the outcasts of I.
147. 19 his statutes and his judgments unto I.
148. 14 of the children of I., a people near unto
149. 2 Let I. rejoice in him that made him : let
Prov. i. i of Solomon the son of David, king of I.
Eccl. i. 12 the preacher was king over I. in JerusaL
Song 3. 7 men (are) about it, of the valiant of I.
Isa. i. 3 (but) I. doth not know, my people doth not
i. 4 provoked the holy one of I. unto anger
i. 24 the LORD of hosts, the mighty one of I.
4. a comely for them that are escaped of I.
5. 7 vineyard of the LORD, .(is) the house of L
5. 19 let the counsel of the holy one of I. draw
5. 24 despised the word of the holy one of I.
8. 14 rock of offence to both the houses of I.
8. 18 for wonders in I. from the LORD of host*
9. 8 sent a word, .and it hath lighted upon I.
9. 12 and they shall devour I. with open mouth
g. 14 LORD will cut off from I. head and tall
ISRAEL 527 ISRAEL
Isa. jo. 17 tlic light of I. shall be for a fire, and
10. 20 the remnant of I., and such as are escaped
10. 20 stay upon the LORD, the holy one of I., in
10. 22 thy people I. be as the sand of the sea
11. 12 ihall assemble the outcasts of I., and
it. 16 like as it was to I. in the day that he
12. 6 great (is) the holy one of I. in the midst
14. i will yet choose I., and set them in their
14. 2 the house of I. shall possess them in the
17. 3 be as the glory of the children of I.
17. 6 branches thereof, saith the LORD God of I.
17. 7 shall have respect to the holy one of I.
17. 9 they left because of the children of I.
19. 24 that day shall I. be the third with Egypt
19. 25 work of my hands, and I. mine inheritance
21. 10 heard of the LORD of hosts, the God of I.
21. 17 for the LORD God of I. hath spoken (it)
24. 15 name of the LOUD God of I. in the isles
27. 6 I. shall blossom and bud, and fill the face
27. 12 gathered one by one, O ye children of I.
29. 19 poor, .shall rejoice in the holy one of I.
29. 23 sanctify, .and shall fear the God of I.
30. ii cause the holy one of I. to cease from
30. iy thus saith the holy one of I., Because ye
30. 15 thus saith the Lord GOD, the holy one of I.
30. 29 into the mountain, .to the mighty one of I.
31. i but they look not unto the holy one of I.
31. 6 unto (him from) whom the children of I.
37. 16 LORD of hosts, God of I., that dwellest
37. 21 Thus saith the LORD God of I., Whereas
37. 23 voice, .(even) against the holy one of I.
40. 27 sayest thou, O Jacob, and speakest, I.
41. 8 thou, I., (art) my servant, Jacob whom I
41. 14 Fear not, thou worm Jacob, .ye men of I.
41. 14 LORD, and thy redeemer, the holy one of I.
41. 1 6 (and) shalt glory iii the holy one of I.
41. 17 (I) the God of I. will not forsake them
41. 20 and the holy one of I. hath created it
42. 24 Who gave Jacob for a spoil, and I.to the
43. i thus saith.. he that formed thce, O I., v. 3.
43. 14 the LORD, yourredeemer, the holy one of I.
43. 15 the LORD, your holy one, the creator of I.
43. 22 but thou hast been weary of me, O I.
43. 28 Jacob to the curse, and I. to reproaches
44. i Jacob my servant; and I., whom I have
44. 5 and surname (himself) by the name of I.
44. 6 Thus saith the LORD the King of I., and
44. 21 Remember these, O Jacob and I.; for thou
44. oi O I., thou shalt not be forgotten of me
44. 23 redeemed Jacob, and glorified himself in I.
45 . 3 that I .. which call(thee) . . (am)the God of I .
45. 4 For Jacob my servant s sake, and I. mine
45. ii the LORD, the holy one of I., and his ma.
45. 15 fart) a God that hidest thyself, O God of I.
45. 17 (But) I. shall be saved in the LORD with
45. 25 In the LORD shall all the seed of I. be
46. 3 the remnant of the house of I., which are
46. 13 place salvation in Zion for I. my glory
47. 4 LORD of hosts (is) his name . . holy one of I.
48. i Jacob, which are called by the name of I.
48. i make mention of the God of I.
, (but) not in
48. 2 and stay themselves upon the Gpd of I.
48. 12 Hearken unto me, O Jacob and I., my called
48. 17 the LORD, thy redeemer, the holy one of I.
49. 3 Thou (art) my servant, O I., in whom I
49. 5 Though I. be not gathered, yet shall I be
49. 6 raise, .and to restore the preserved of I.
49. 7 LORD, the Redeemer of I., (and) his holy
49. 7 that is faithful, (and) the holy one of I.
52. 12 and the God of I. (will be) your rereward
54. 5 thy redeemer the holy one of I. ; The God
13. 5 the holy one of I.; for he hath glorified
56. 8 GOD which gathereth the outcasts of I.
60. 9 thy God, and to the holy one of I.
60. 14 The city. .The Ziou of the holy one of I.
63. 7 the great goodness toward the house of I.
63. 16 ignorant of us, and I. acknowledge us
66. 20 the children of I. bring an offering in a
Jer. 2. 3 I. (was) holiness unto the LORD, (and) the
2. 4i and all the families of the house of I.
2. 14 (Is)I.aservant7(is)heahomeborn(slave)?
3. 20 dealt treacherously with me, O house of I.
3. 21 (and) supplications of the children of I.
3. 23 LOUD our God (is) the salvation of I.
4. i If thou wilt return, O I., saith the LORD
5. 15 a nation upon you from far, O house of I.
6. 9 throughly glean, .remnant of I. as a vine
7. 3, 21 saith the LORD of hosts, the God of I.
7. 12 I did. .for the wickedness of my people I.
9. 15 thus saith the LORD of hosts, the God of I.
10. i The LORD speaketh nnto you, O house of I.
10. 16 I. (is) the rod of his inheritance. TheLoRD
n. 3 Thus saith the LORD God of I.; Cursed(be)
12. 14 I have caused my people I. to inherit
13. ii to cleave unto me the whole house of I.
13. 12 Thus saith the LORD God of I., Every bot.
14. 8 the hope of I., the saviour thereof in
16. 9 Thus saith the LORD of hosts, the God of I.
r6. 14, 15 that brought up the children of I.
17. 13 O LORD, the hope of I., all that forsake
18. 6 O house of I. , cannot I do with you as this
18. 6 so (are) ye in mine hand, O house of I.
18. 13 virgin of I. hath done a very horrible
19. 3, 15 saith the LORD of hosts, the God of I.
21. 4 Thus saith the LORD God of I. ; Behold. I
23. 2 thus saith the LORD God of I. against the
33. 7 which brought up the children of I. out
23. 8 which led the seed of the house of I. out
23. 13 prophesied, .and caused my people I. to
24. 5 Thus saith the LORD, the God of I. ; Like
25. 15 thus saith the LORD God of I. unto me
95. 27 Thus saith the LORD of hosts, the G od of I.
Jer. 27. 4, 21 saith the LORD of hosts, the God of I.
28. 2 speaketh the LORD of hosts, the God of I.
28. 14 thus saith the LORD of hosts, the God of I.
29. 4, 8, 21 saith the LORD of hosts, the God of I.
29. 23 they have committed villany in I., and
29. 25 speaketh the LORD of hosts, the God of I.
30. 2 Thus speaketh the LORD God of I. , saying
30. 3 I will bring again the captivity of my p. I.
30. 4 words that the LORD spake concerning I.
30. 10 neither be dismayed, O I.: for, lo, I will
31. 1 1 be the God of all the families of I.
31. 2 (even) I., when I went to cause him to rest
31. 4 thou shalt be built, O virgin of I.: thou
.3:. 70 LORD, save thy people, the remnant of I.
31. 9 I am a father to I., and Ephraim (is) my
31. 10 He that scattered I. will gather him, and
31. 21 virgin of I., turn again to these thy cities
31.23 Thus saith the LORD >f hosts, the God of I.
31. 33 that I will make with the house of I.
31. 36 the seed of I. also shall cease from being
31. 37 I will also cast off all the seed of I.
32. 14, 1 5 Thus saith theLORD of hosts.the Godof I.
32. 20 Which hast set signs and wonders, .in I.
32. 21 hast brought forth thy people I. out of
32. 30 children of I. have only provoked me to
32. 36 saith the LORD, the God of I., concerning
33. 4 saith the LORD, the God of I., concerning
33. 7 captivity of Judah, and the captivity of I.
33. 14 which I have promised unto the house of I.
33. 17 to sit upon the throne of the house of I.
34. 2, 13 Thus saith the LORD, the God of I.
35. 13, 17, 18, 19 the LORD of hosts, the God of I.
36. 2 that I have spoken unto thee against I.
37. 7 Thus saith the LORD, the God of I.; Thus
38. 17 the LORD, the God of hosts, theGodlof I.
39. 16 Thus saith the LORD of hosts, the God of I.
42. 9 Thus saith the LORD, the God of I., unto
42. 15, 18 saith the LORD of hosts, the God of I.
43. 10 Thus saith the LORD of hosts, the God of I.
44. 2 Thus saith the LORD of hosts, the God of I.
44. 7 the LORD, the God of hosts, the God of I.
44. ii, 25 saith the LORD of hosts, the God of I.
45. 2 Thus saith the LORD, the God of I., unto
46. 25 the God of I., saith ; Behold, I will punish
46. 27 be not dismayed, I. : for, behold, I will
48. i saith the LORD of hosts, the God of I.
48. 27 was not I. a derision unto thee ? was he
49. i Hath I. no sons? hath he no heir? why (th.)
49. 2 then shall I. be heir unto them that
50. 4 the children of I. shall come, they and
50. 17 I. (is) a scattered sheep ; the lions have
50. 1 8 thus saith the LORD of hosts, the God of I.
50. 19 I will bring I. again to his habitation
50. 20 the iniquity of I. shall be sought for
50. 29 against the LORD, against, .holy one of I.
51. 5 I. (hath) not (been) forsaken, nor Judah
51. 5 filled with sin against the holy one of I.
51. 33 thus saith the LORD of hosts, the God of I.
51. 49 Babylon (hath caused) the slain of I. to
Lam. 2. i cast down from heaven, .the beauty of I.
2. 3 He hath cut off . . all the horn of I.
2. 5 hath swallowed up I., he hath swallowed
Eze. 2. 3 I send thee to the children of I., to a
3. i and go speak unto the house of I.
3. 4 pet thee unto the house of I., and speak
3 5 thou (art) not sent . . (but) to the house of I.
3. 7 the house of I. will not hearken unto thee
3. 7 house of I. (are) impudent and hard hear.
3. 17 made theeawatchman unto the houseofl.
4. 3 This (shall be) a sign to the house of I.
4. 13 thus shall the children of I. eat their
5. 4 fire come forth into all the house of I.
6. 2 set thy face toward the mountains of I.
6. 3 Ye mountains of I., hear the word of the
6. 5 the dead carcases of the children of I.
6. ii the evil abominations of the house of I. !
7. a saith the Lord GOD unto the laud of I.
8. 4 the glory of the God of I. (was) there
8. 6 great abominations that the house of I.
8. 10 the idols of the house of I., pourtrayed
8. ii men of the ancients of the house of I.
8. 1 2 ancients of the house of I. do in the dark
9. 3 the glory of the God of I. was gone up
9. 8 wilt thou destroy all the residue of I.
10. 19 the glory of the God of I. (was) over them
10. 20 creature that I saw under the God of I.
11. 5 Thus have ye said, O house of I.: for I.
ii. 10 I will judge you in the border of I. ; and
n. 13 thou make a full end of the remnant of I.?
n. 15 the house of I. wholly, (are) they unto
ii. 17 and I will give you the land of I.
11. 22 the glory of the God of I. (was) over them
12. 6 set thee (for) a sign unto the house of I.
12. 9 hath not the house of I., the rebellious
12. 10 all the house of I. that (are) among them
12. 19 Thus saith the Lord, .of the land of I.
12. 22 that proverb (that)ye have in the land of I.
12. 23 shall no more use it as a proverb in I.
12. 24 flattering divination within . . house of I.
12. 27 (they of) the house of I. say, The vision
13. 2 against the prophets of I. that prophesy
13. 401., thy prophets are like the foxes in
13. 5 made up the hedge for the house of I. to
13. 9 written in the writing of the house of I.
13. 9 neither shall they enter, .the land of I.
13.16 prophets of I. , which prophesy concerning
14. i came certain of the elders of I. unto me
14. 4 Every man of the house of I. that setteth
14. 5 take the house of I. in their own heart
14. 6 say unto the house of I., Thus saith the
14. 7 For every one of the house of I., or of
14. 7 the stranger that sojourneth in I., which
Eze. 14. 9 destroy him from the midst of my people I.
14. ii house of I. may go no more astray from
17. 2 and speak a parable unto the house of I.
17. 23 In the mountain of the height of I. will I
18. 2 this proverb concerning the land of I.
1 8. 3 any more to use this proverb in I.
18. 6 his eyes to the idols of the house of I.v.is
18. 25 O house of I. ; Is not my way equal ? are
18. 29 Yet saith the house of I., The way of the
18. 29 house of I., are not my ways equal ? are
18. 30 I will judge you, O house of I., every one
18. 31 for why will ye die, O house of I. ?
19. i a lamentation for the princes of I.
19. 9 nomore be heard upon the mountains of I.
20. i certain of the elders of I. came to enquire
20. 3 speak unto the elders of I., and say unto
20. 5 In the day when I chose I., and lifted up
20. 13 the house of I. rebelled against me in
20. 27 speak unto the house of I., and say unto
20. 30 say unto the house of I., Thus saith the
20. 31 shall I be enquired of by you. .house of I.?
20. 38 they shall not enter into the land of I.
20. 39 O house of I., thus saith the Lord GOD
20. 40 in the mountain of the height of I., saith
20. 40 there shall all the house of I., all of
20. 42 I shall bring you into the land of I., into
20. 44 to your corrupt doings, O ye house of I.
21. 2 and prophesy against the land of I.
21. 3 say to the land of I., Thus saith the LORD
21. 12 it (shall be) upon all the princes of I.
21. 25 thou, profane wicked prince of I., whose
22 . 6 the princes of I., every one were in thee
22. 18 the house of I. is to me become dross : all
24. 21 Speak unto the house of I., Thus saith the
25. 3 against the land of I., when it was desolate
25. 6 all thy despite against the land of I.
25. 14 vengeance, .by the hand of my people I.
28. 24 a pricking brier unto the house of I.
28. 25 When I shall have gathered the house of I.
29. 6 been a staff of reed to the house of I.
29. 16 the confidence of the house of I., which
29. 21 the horn of the house of I. to bud forth
33. 7 set thee a watchman unto the house of I.
33. 10 speak unto the house of I. ; Thus ye speak
33. ii for why will ye die, O house of I. ?
33. 20 ye house of I., I will judge you every
33. 24 inhabit those wastes of the land of I.
33. 28 the mountains of I. shall be desolate
34. 2 Son . . prophesy against the shepherds of I.
34. 2 Woe (be) to the shepherds of I. that do
34. 13 feed them upon the mountains of I. by
34. 14 upon the high mountains of I. shall their
34. 14 shall they feed upon the mountains of I.
34. 30 they, (even) the house of I., (are) rny peo.
35. 5 hast shed (the blood of) the children of I.
35. 12 hast spoken against the mountains of I.
35. 15 at the inheritance of the house of I., bee.
36. i prophesy unto the mountains of I., and
36. i, 4 mountains of I., hear the word of theL.
36. 6 Prophesy, .concerning the land of I., and
36. 8 O mountains of I. , ye shall shoot forth
36. 8 yield your fruit to my people of I. ; for
36. 10 multiply men upon you, all the houseofl,
36. 12 men to walk upon you, (even) my people I.
36. 17 when the house of I. dwelt in their own
36. 21 which the house of I. had profaned among
36. 22 Therefore say unto the house of I., Thus
36. 22 I do not (this) for your sakes, O houseofl.
36. 32 ashamed . . for your own ways, O house of I.
36. 37 I will, .be enquired of by the house of I.
37. 1 1 these bones are the whole house of I. : be.
37. 12 come up. .and bring you into the land..L
37. 1 6 and (for) all the house of I. his
37. ig tribes of I. his fellows, and will put them
37. 21 1 will take the children oi I. from among
37. 22 make them one nation in the land, .of L
37. 28 shall know that I the LORD do sanctify I.
38. 8 the mountains of I., which have been al.
38. 14 In that day when my people of I. dwelleth
38. 16 thou shalt come up againstmypeople of I.
38. 1 7 spoken . . by my servants the proph ets of I.
38. 18 when Gog shall come against the land of I.
38. 19 shall be a great shaking in the land of I.
39. 2 will bring thee upon the mountains of I.
39. 4 Thou shalt fall upon the mountains of I.
39. 7 make . . known in the midst of my people I.
39. 7 shall know that I (am) . . the holy one in I.
39. 9 they that dwell in the cities of I. shall go
39. 1 1 give unto Gog a place . . of graves in I., the
39. 12 seven months shall the house of I. be bu.
39. 17 a great sacrifice upon the mountains of L
39! 22 So the house of I. shall know that I (am)
39. 23 house of I. went into captivity for their
39. 25 have mercy upon the whole house of I.
39. 29 poured out myspirit upon the house of L
40. 2 brought he me into the land of I., and set
40. 4 declare ull. .thou seest to the house of I.
43. 2 the glory of the God of I. came from the
43. 7 dwell in the midst of the children of I.
43. 7 my holy name, shall the house of I. no
43. 10 show the house to the house of I., that
44. 2 God of I., hath entered in by it, therefore
44. 6 thou shalt. say. .to the house of I.
44. 6 O ye house of I., let it suffice you of all
44. 9 stranger that (is) among the children of I.
44. 10 when I. went astray, which went astray
44. 12 caused the house of I. to fall into iniquity
44. 22 maidens of the seed of the house of I., or
44. 28 and ye shall give them no possession in I.
44. 29 every dedicated thing in I. shall be theirs
45. 6 it shaH be for the whole house of I.
45. 8 Iii the land shall be his possession in L
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Eze. 45. 8 land shall they give to the house of I. ac.
45. 9 Let it suffice you, O princes of I. : remove
4j. 15 out of the fat pastures of I., for a meat
45. 16 give this oblation for the prince in I.
45. 17 in all solemnities of the house of I. : he
45. 17 to make reconciliation for the house of I.
47. 13 land, according to the twelve tribes of I.
47. 18 from the land of I. (by) Jordan, from the
47. 21 this land, .according to the tribes of I.
47. 22 the country among the children of I. ; they
47. 22 have inheritance, .among the tribes of I.
48. ii went not astray when the children of I.
48. 19 they, .serve it out of all the tribes of I.
48. 79 shall divide by lot unto the tribes of I.
48. 31 gates, .after the names of the tribes of I.
Dan. i. 3 should bring (certain) of the children of I.
9. 7 men of Judah . .and unto all I., (that are)
9. it Yea, all I. have transgressed thy law, even
9. 20 and confessing, .the sin of my people I.
Hoa. i. i of Jeroboam the son of Joash, king of I.
i. 4 and will cause to cease the kingdom, .of I.
i. 5 break the bow of I. in the valley of Jezr.
i. 6 no more have mercy upon the house of I.
i. io number of the children of I. shall be as
3. i love of the LORD toward the children of I.
3. 4 children of I. shall abide many days with.
3. 5 Afterward shall the children of I. return
4. i Hear the word of the LORD, .children of I.
4. 15 Though thou, I., play the harlot, (yet) let
4. 16 For I. slideth back as a backsliding heifer
5. i Hear ye this, .ye house of I. ; and give ye
5. 3 I know Ephraim, and I. is not hid from
5. 3 thou committest whoredom, (and) I. is
5. 5 pride of I. doth testify to his face : there.
5. 5 shall I. and Ephraim fall in their iniquity
5. 9 among the tribes of I. have I made known
6. 10 seen an horrible thing in the house of I.
6. io there (is) the whoredom of Ephraim, I. is
7. i When I would have healed I., then the
7. io pride of I. testifleth to his face : and they
8. 2 I. shall cry unto me, My God, we know
8. 3 I. hath cast off (the thing that is) good
8. 6 For from I. (was) it also : the workman
8. 8 I. is swallowed up : now shall they be
8. 14 For I. hath forgotten his maker, audbuil.
9. i Rejoice not, O I., for joy, as (other) peo.
9. 7 I. shall know (it) : the prophet (is) a fool
9. io found I. like grapes in the wilderness; I
o. i I. (is) an empty vine, lie bringeth forth fr.
o. 6 and I. shall be ashamed of his own counsel
o. 8 the sin of I. , shall be destroyed : the thorn
o. gOI., thou hast sinned from the days of G.
0. 15 in a morning shall the king of I. utterly
1. i When I. (was) a child, then I. loved him
i. 8 (how) shall I deliver thee, I.? how shall I
1. 12 and the house of I. with deceit: but Jud.
2. 12 I. served for a wife, and for a wife he kept
2. 13 by a prophet the LORD brought I. out of
3. i he exalted himself in I. ; but when he
3. 9 O I., thou hast destroyed thyself ; but in
4. i O I., return unto the LORD thy God ; for
4. 5 I will be as the dew unto I. : he shall
Joel 2. 27 shall know that I (am) in the midst of I.
3. 2 will plead with them . . (for) my heritage I.
3. 1 6 (will be), .the strength of the children of I.
Amos i. i he saw concerning I. in the days of Uzziah
1. i of Jeroboam the son of Joash king of I.
2. 6 For three transgressions of I. , and for four
2. ii (Is it) not even thus, O ye children of I. ?
3. i Hear this word. .O children of I., against
3. 12 so shall the children of I. be taken out
3. 14 I shall visit the transgressions of I. upon
4. 5 this liketh you, O ye children of I., saith
4. 12 Therefore thus will I do unto thee, O I.
4. 12 (and), .prepare to meet thy God, O I.
5. i which I take up against you . . O house of I.
5. 2 The virgin of I. is fallen ; she shall no
5. 3 hundred shall leave ten, to the house of I.
5. 4 thus saith the LORD unto the house of I.
5. 25 offered unto me sacrifices . . O house of I.?
6. i of the nations, to whom the house of I.
6. 14 will raise up., a nation, O house of I., saith
7. 8 a plurnb line in the midst of my people I.
7. 9 the sanctuaries of I. shall be laid waste
7. io Amaziah. .sent to Jeroboam king of I.
7. id conspired against thee in the midst of. . I.
7. ii I. shall surely be led away captive out of
7. 15 unto me, Go, prophesy unto my people I.
7. 16 Thou sayest, Prophesy not against I., and
7. 17 I. shall surely go into captivity forth of
8. 2 end is come upon my people of I. ; I will
9. 7 (Are) ye not as children . .O children of I.?
9. 7 Have not I brought up I. out of the land
9. 9 I will sift the house of I. among all nat.
9. 14 bring, .the captivity of my people of I.
Obad. 20 captivity of this host of the children of I.
Mic. i. 5 for the sins of the house of I. What (is)
i. 13 for the transgressions of I. were found in
i. 14 houses, .(shall be) a lie to the kings of I.
i. 15 shall come unto Adullam the glory of I.
2. 12 I will surely gather the remnant of I.
3. i Hear, .ye princes of the house of I. ; (Is
3. 8 to declare unto Jacob, .and to I. his sin
3. 9 Hear this. .ye. .princes of the house of I.
5. i they shall smite the judge of I. with a rod
5. 2 unto me (that is) to be ruler in I. ; whose
5. 3 then the remnant, .shall return unto. .1.
6. 2 hath a controversy., he will plead with I.
Nah. 2. 2 hath turned away . . as the excellency of I.
Zeph. 2. 9 (as) I live, saith the LORD., the God of I.
3. 13 The remnant of I. shall not do iniquity
3. 14 Sing, O daughter of Zion ; shout, O I.; be
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. 3. 15 the king of I. . .(is) in the midst of thee
Zech. 9. i all the tribes of I., (shall be) toward the L.
12. i The burden of the word of the LORD for I.
Hal. i. i The burden of the word of the Loiu> to I.
1. 5 will be magnified from the border of I.
2. 16 the God of I., saith that he hateth putting
4. 4 I commanded unto him in Horeb for all I.
Matt. 2 6 a Governor, that shall rule my people I.
2. 20 Saying, Arise, .and go into the land of I.
2. 21 And he arose, .and came into the land of I.
8. io have not found so great faith, no, not in I.
9. 33 saying, It was never so seen in I.
io. 6 go rather to the., sheep of the house of I
io. 23 not have gone over the cities of I., till
15. 24 but unto the lost sheep of the house of I
15. 31 wondered, .and they glorified the God of I
19. 28 shall sit. .judging the twelve tribes of I.
27. 9 whom they of the children of I. did valut
27. 42 If he be the king of I., let him now come
Marki2. 29 Hear, O I.; The Lord our God is one Lori
15. 32 Let Christ the king of I. descend now fron
Luke i 16 the children of I. shall he turn to the L.
i. 54 He hath holpen his servant L, in rememb
i. 68 Blessed (be) the Lord God of I. ; for he
1. 80 till the day of his showing unto I.
2. 25 devout, waiting for the consolation of I.
2 32 A light, .and the glory of thy people I.
2. 34 the fall and rising again of many in I.: am]
4. 25 many widows were in I. in the days of E.
4. 27 many lepers were in I. in the time of E.
7. 9 have not found so great faith, no, not in I.
22. 30 and sit. .judging the twelve tribes of I.
24. 21 been he which should have redeemed I.
John i. 31 but that he should be made manifest to I.
1. 49 art the Son of God ; thou art the king of I.
3. io Art thou a master of I., and knowest not
12. 13 Blessed (is) the king of I. that cometh in
Acts i. 6 this time restore again the kingdom to I.?
2. 22 Ye men of L, hear these words ; Jesus of
2. 36 Therefore let all the house of I. know as.
3. 12 Ye men of I., why marvel ye at this? or
4. 8 said unto them/. Ye rulers, .elders [of I.]
4. io Be it known unto, .all the people of I.
4. 27 Gentiles, and the people of I , were gath.
5. 21 all the senate of the children of I., and
5. 31 give repentance to I., and forgiveness of
5. 35 Ye men of I., take heed to yourselves
7. 23 into his heart to visit, .children of I.
7. 37 Moses which said unto the children of I.
7. 42 O ye house of I., have ye offered to me
9. 15 bear my name before, .the children of I.
io. 36 word. .(God) sent unto the children of I.
13. 16 Men of I., and ye that fear God, give
13. 17 God of this people [of I.] chose our fathers
13. 23 hath God. .raised unto I. a Saviour, Jesus
13. 24 first preached . .to all the people of I.
21. 28 Crying out, Men of I., help : This is the
28. 20 for the hope of I. I am bound with this
Rom. 9. 6 For they (are) not all I. which are of I.
9. 27 Esaias also crieth concerning I., Though
9. 27 children of I. be as the sand of the sea, a
9. 31 But I., which followed after the law of
io. i [my heart sdesireandprayertoGodforl.]
io. 19 But I say, Did not I. know ? First Moses
10. 21 But to I. he saith, All day long I have
11. 2 he niaketh intercession to God against I.
ii. 7 I. hath not obtained that which he seek.
ii. 25 blindness in part is happened to I., until
ii. 26 so all I. shall be saved : as it is written
1 Co. io. 1 8 Behold I. after the flesh : are not they
2 Co. 3. 7, 13 that thechildrenof I. could not stedf.
Gal. 6. 16 peace (be) on them, .and upon the I. of
Eph. 2. 12 being aliens from the commonwealth of I.
Phil. 3. 5 Circumcise.. of the stock of I., (of) the
He .). 8. 8 make a new covenant with the house of I.
8. io that I will make with the house of I. after
11. 22 of the departing of thechildrenof I. ; and
Rev. 2. 14 a stumblingblock before the children of I.
7. 4 of all the tribes of the children of I.
21. 12 of the twelve tribes of the children of I.
3. On the revolt of the ten tribes (i Kl. 12. 1-9) B.C. 975,
Canaan was divided into the two kingdoms of Israel and
Judah. The former lasted from 975 till 721 B.C. In
974 J erolx uuu sets up the two golden calves, i Ki. 1 2. 28,29;
in 956 Ahijah denounces Jeroboam, i jvi. 14. 7; in 953
Nadab is slain, i Ki. 15. 27; in 940 the king of Syria
invades Israel, 2 Ch. 16. 4 ; in 929 confusion prevails in
Israel, i Ki. 16. 9-20; in 918 Jericho is rebuilt, 16. 34;
in 910 Elijah destroys the priests of Baal, 18. 40 ; in 901
the Syrians are miraculously defeated ; in 895 Elijah is
translated, 2 Ki. 2. 11 ; in 894 Elisha heals Naaman ;
in 893 he performs various miracles ; in 892 the king of
Syria besieges Samaria, 2 Ki. 6. 24 ; in 891 Elisha restores
the Shunamite s son, 4. 32-35 ; in 885 Hazael kills the
king of Syria, 8. 15 ; in 850 Jonah goes to Nineveh,
Jonah 1.2; 2. 4 ; in 847 Israel oppressed by the king
of Syria, 2 Ki. 8. 3 ; in 842 is delivered from him, 13. 5 ;
in 838 invaded by Moab, Elisha dies ; in 822 Jeroboam
II. restores the territory of Israel, 2 Ki. 14. 25 ; in 793
Amos prophesies; in 784 interregnum of n years; in 771
1*111 invades Israel; 2 Ki. 15. 19; in 740 Tiglath-pileser
carries off captives, 15. 29 ; in 725 the captivity of ten
tribes foretold ; t^nSamariabeBiegedbyShalmaaeaer,
18. 9 ; in 721 the ten tribes carried off into Assyria, 17. 6.
i Ki. 4. 20 Judah and I. (were) many, 2 Sa. 24. i.
4. 25 Judah and I. dwelt safely, every man un.
12. 18 all I. stoned him with stones, that he died
12. 19 So I. rebelled against the house of David
12. 20 all I. heard that Jeroboam was come again
12. 20 they sent, .and made him king overall I.
a. 21 warriors, to fight against the house of I.
ISRAEL,
i Ki.i2. 24 against your brethren the children of I.
12. 28 behold thy gods, O I., which brought thee
12. 33 ordained a feast unto the children of I.
14. io (and) him that is shut up and left in I.
14. 13 all I. shall mourn for him, and bur} him
14. 14 the LORD shall raise him up a king over I.
14. 15 For the LORD shall smite I., as a reed is
14. 15 he shall root up I. out of this good land
14. 16 he shall give I. up because of the sins of
14. 16 Jeroboam, who did sin, and. .made I. to
14. 18 all I. mourned for him, according to the
14. 19 book of the chronicles of the king of I.
15. 9 the twentieth year of J eroboam king of I.
15. 16 war between Asa and Baasha king of I.
15. 17 Baasha king of I. went up against Judah
15. 19 break thy league with Baasha king of I.
15. 20 sent the captains..against the cities of I.
15. 25 the son of Jeroboam l>egan to reign over I.
15. 25 And Nadab. .reigned over I. two years
15. 26, 34 his sin wherewith he made I. to sin
15. 27 Nadab and all I. laid seige to Gibbethon
15. 30 which he sinned, and which he made I.
15. 30 he provoked the LORD God of I. to anger
15. 31 book of the chronicles of the king of I.?
15. 32 war between Asa and Baasha king of I.
15. 33 the son of Ahijah to reign over all I. in
16. 2 made thee prince over my people I.; and
16. 2 hast made my people I. to sin, to provoke
16. 5, 14, 20, 27 chronicles of the kings of I.?
16. 8 Elah the son of Baasha to reign over I.
16. 13 by which they made I. to sin, in provoking
16. 16 all I. made Omri, the captain of the host
16. 16 king over I. that day in the camp
16. 17 went up from (iibbethon, and all I. with
16. 19 in his sip which he did, to make I. to sin
16. 21 the people of I. divided into two parts
16. 23 began Omri to reign over I., twelveyears
16. 26 I. to sin, to provoke the LORD GOD of I.
1 6. 29 began Abab the son of Omri to reign over I.
16. 29 the son of Omri reigned over I. in Samaria
16. 33 God of I. to anger than all the kings of I.
1 8. 17 Ahabsaid. .(Art) thou he that troubleth I.
18. 18 I have not troubled I.; but thou and thy
18. 19 gather to me all I. unto mount Carmel, and
18. 20 Ahab sent unto all the children of I., and
19. io children of I. have forsaken thy covenant
19. 14 children of I. have forsaken thy covenant
19. 16 Jehu..shaltthouanoiut(tobe)kingoverl.
19. 1 8 I have left (me) seven thousand in I., all
20. 2 he sent messengers to Ahab king of I. into
20. 4, ii And the king of I. answered and said
20. 7 king of I. called all the elders of the land
20. 13 there came a prophet unto Ahab king of I.
20. 15 the people, (even) all the children of I.
20. 20 the Syrians fled ; and I. pursued them; and
20. 21 king of I. went out, and smote the horses
20. 22 the prophet came to the king of I., and
20. 26 and went up to Aphek, to tight against I.
20. 27 children of I. were numbered, and were
20. 27 the children of I. pitched before them
20. 28 spake unto the king of I., and said, Thug
20. 29 the children of I...slew of the Syrians an
30. 31 heard that the kings of the house of I.
20. 31 let us, I pray, .go out to the king of I.
20. 32 came to the king of I., and said, Thy ser.
20. 40 the king of I. said unto him, So (shall) thy
20. 41 the king of I. discerned him that he (was)
20. 43 the king of I. went to his house heavy
21. 7 Dost thou now govern the kingdom of I.?
21. 18 go down to meet Ahab king of I., which
21. 21 and him that is shut up and left in I.
21. 22 provoked (me) to anger, and made I. to
21. 26 LORD cast out before the children of I.
22. i contin. without war between Syria and I.
22. 2 king 01 Judah came down to the kin,: of I.
22. 3 the kiii!: of I. said unto his servants, Know
22. 4, 5 Jehoshaphat said to the king of I.
22. 6 king of I. gathered the prophets together
22. 8 king of I. said unto Jehoshaphat, (There)
22. 9 the king of I. called an officer, and said
22. io, 29 the king of I. and Jehoshaphat the
22. 17 I saw all I. scattered upon the hills, as
22. 18, jo
the king of I. said unto Jehoshaphat
22. 26 the king of I. said, Take Micniah, and carry
22. 30 the king of I. disguised himself, and went
22. 31 saying, Fight, .only with the king of I.
22. 32 that they said. Surely it (is) thekingof I.
22. 33 perceived that it (was) not the king of I.
22. 34 smote the king of I. between the joints
22. 39 book of the chronicles of the kings of I.?
22. 41 in the fourth year of Ahab king of 1.
92. 44 Jehoshap. made peace with the king of I
2. 51 the son of Ahab began to reicn over I. iu
22. 51 Ahaziah. .reigned two years over I.
22. 52 the son of Nebat, who made I. to sin
Ki. i. i Moab rebelled against I. after the death
i. 3, 6, i6notbecause(thereis)notaGodiuI.
i. i3 book of the chronicles of the kings of I.?
3. i the son of Ahab began to reign over I. in
3. 3 the son of Nebat, which made I. to sin
3. 4 rendered unto the king of I. an hundred
3. 5 the king, .rebelled against the king of I.
3. 6 Jehoram went out. .and numbered all I
3. 9 the king of I. went, and the king of Jud.
3. 10 the king of I. said, Alas ! that the LORD
3. ii one of the king of I. s servants answered
3. 12 the king of I. and Jehoshaphat the king
3. 13 Elisha said unto the king of I., What have
3. 13 the king of I. said unto him, Nay : for the
3. 24 And when they came to the camp of I.
3. 27 there was great indignation against I.
5. 2 brought away captive out of the land of I
ISRAELITE
a XI. 5. 4 said the maid that (is) of the land of I.
5. 5 I will send a letter unto the king of I.
5. 6 he brought the letter to the king of I.
5. 7 when the king of I. had read the letter
5. 8 that the king of I. had rent his clothes
5 . 8 shall know that there is a prophet in I.
t. 12 Abana. .better than all the waters of I.?
5. 15 (there is) no God in all the earth, but in I.
6. 8 the king of Syria warred against I., and
6. 9 the man of God sent unto the king of I.
6. 10 the king of I. sent to the place which the
6. 1 1 show me which of us (is) forthe king of I.?
6. 12 prophet that(is) in I. , telleth the king of I.
6. 21 the king of I. said unto Elisha, when he
6. 23 bands, .came no more into the land of I.
6. 26 king of I. was passing by upon the wall
7. 6 the king of I. hath hired against us the
7. 13 they (are) as all the multitude of I. that
8. 12 that thou wilt do unto the children of I.
8. 16, 25 of .Toram the son of Anal) king of I.
8. 18 he walked in the way of the kings of I.
8. 26 Athaliiih, the daughter of Omri king of I.
9. 3,12 saith . . I have anointed thee king over I.
9. 6 over the people of the LORD, (even) over I.
9. 8 and him that is shut up and left in I.
9. 14 Joram. .kept Ramoth-gilead, he and all I.
9. 21 Joram king of I. and Ahaziah king of Ju.
10. 28 Thus Jehu destroyed Baal out of I.
10. 29 the son of Nebat, who made I. to sin
10. 30 thy children, .shall sit on the throne of I.
10. 31 the sins of Jeroboam, which made I. to sin
10. 32 those days the LORD began to cut I. short
10. 32 Hazael smote them in all the coasts of I.
10. 34 book of the chronicles of the kings of I.?
10. 36 time that Jehu reigned over I. in Samaria
1 the son of Jehu began to reign over I. in
2 the son of Nebat, which made I. to sin
3 anger of the LOUD was kindled against I.
4 he saw the oppression of I., because the
5 the LORD gave I. a saviour, so that they
5 the children of I. dwelt in their tents, as
6 Jeroboam, who made I. sin, (but) walked
8, 12 of the chronicles of the kings of I.?
10 began Jehoash . .to reign over I. in Sama.
11 Jeroboam the son of Nebat, who made I.
13 was buried in Samaria with the kings of I.
14 the king of I. came down unto him, and
14 chariot of I., and the horsemen thereof !
16 he said to the king of I., Put thine hand
._,. 18 he said unto the king of I., Smite upon the
13. 22 king of Syria oppressed I. all the days of
13. 25 beat him, and recovered the cities of I.
14. i year of Joash son of Jehoahaz king of I.
14. 8 the son of Jehoahaz, son of Jehu, kingof I.
14. 9 the king of I. sent to Amaziah king of J.
14. ii Jehoash king of I. went up ; and he and
14. 12 Judah was put to the worse before I.; and
14. 13 king of I. took Amaziah king of Jndah
14. 15, 28 of the chronicles of the kings of I.?
14. 16 was buried In Samaria with the kings of I.
14. 17 of Jehoash, son of Jehoahaz king of I.
14. 23 the son of Joash king oi I. began to reign
14. 24 the son of Xebat, who made I. to shi
14. 25 restored the coast of I. from the entering
14. 26 the LORD saw the affliction of I., (that it
14. 26 shut up, nor any left, norauy helper for I.
14. 27 he would blot out the name of I. from under
14. 28 recovered Damascus, and Haniath. .for I.
14. 29 with his fathers, (even) with the kings of I.
15. i and seventh year of Jeroboam king of I.
15. 8 son of Jeroboam reign over I. in Samaria
15. 9, 18, 24, 28 sou of IS ebat, who made I. to s.
15. ii, 15, 21, 26, 31 chronicles of the kings of I.
15. 12 Thy sons shall sit on the throne of I. unto
15. 17 Menahem the son of Gadito reign overl.
15. 20 Menahem exacted the money of I., (even)
15. 23 the son of Menahem began to reign overl.
15. 27 the son of Remaliah began to reign over I.
15. 29 In the days of Pekah king of I. came
15. 32 of Pekah the son of Remaliah king of I.
16. 3 he walked in the way of the kings of I.
16. 3 cast out from before the children of I.
16. 5 Pekah son of Remaliah king of I. came
1 6. 7 out of the hand of the king of I., which
17. i son of Elah to reign in Samaria over I.
17. 2 as the kings of I. that were before him
17. 6 carried I. away into Assyria, and placed
17. 7 the children of I. had sinned against the
17. 8 the children of I., and of the kings of I.
17. 9 And the children of I. did secretly (those)
17. 13 the LORD testified against I. and against
17. 18 the LORD was very angry with I., and re.
17. 19 in the statutes of I. which they made
17. 20 the LORD rejected all the seed of I., and
17. 21 he rent I. from the house of David; and
17. 21 Jeroboam drave I. from following the L.
17. 22 the children of I. walked in all the sins
17. 23 the LORD removed I. out of his sight, as
17. 23 So was I. carried away out of their own
17. 24 placed (them), .instead of the child, of I.
1 8. 1,9 year of Hoshea son of Elah king of I.
1 8. 4 the children of I. did burn incense to it
18. 10 (is) the ninth year of Hoshea king of I.
18. n the king of Assyria did carry away I. un.
21. 3 made a grove, as did Ahab king of I. ; and
23. 15 the son of Nebat, who made I. to sin, had
23. 19 the kings of I. had made to provoke (the
23. 22 uor in all the days of the kings of 1.
23. 27 also out of my sight, as I have removed I.
i Ch 5. 17 and in the days of Jeroboam king of I.
9. i in the bqok of the kings of I. and
21. 5 (they of) I. were a thousand thousand and
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a Ch.io. 1 3 the children of I. stoned him with stones
10. 19 I. rebelled against the house of David
11. i which were warriors, to fight against I.
ii. 3 and to all I. in Judah and Benjamin, saying
ii. 13 the Levitea that (were) in all I. resorted
ii. 16 after them out of all the tribes of I.
13. 4 said, Hear me, thou Jeroboam, and all I.
13. 12 children of I., fight ye not against the
13. 15 that God smote Jeroboam and all I. before
13. 16 the children of I. fled before Judah : and
13. 17 there fell down slain of I. five hundred
13. 18 the children of I. were brought under at
15. 9 they fell to him out of I. in abundance
15. 17 high places were not taken away out of I.
16. i Baasha king of I. came up against Judah
16. 3 break thy league with Baasha king of I.
16. 4 sent, .captains, .against the cities of I.
1 6. ii the book of the kings of Judah and I.
17. i and strengthened himself against I.
17. 4 and walked, .not after the doings of I.
1 8. 3 Ahab king of I. said unto Jehoshaphat
18. 4 And Jehoshaphat said unto the king of I.
18. 5 king of I. gathered together of prophets
18. 7 the kingof I. said untoJehoshaphat,(There
18. 8 king of I. called for one (of his) officers
18. 9, 28 the kingof I. and Jehoshaphat king
18. 16 see all I. scattered upon the mountains
18. 17 the king of I. said to Jehoshaphat, Did I
18. 19 Who shall entice Ahab king of I., that he
18. 25 the king of I. said, Take ye Micaiah, and
1 8. 29 the king of I. said unto Jehoshaphat, I
18. 29 the king of I. disguised himself ; and they
1 8. 30 Fight ye. .save only with the king of I.
18. 31 thattheysaid, It(is)thekingof I. Therefo.
18. 32 perceived that it was not the king of I.
18. 33 smote the king of I. between the joints
18. 34 the king of I. stayed (himself) up in (his)
20. 34 mentioned in the book of the kings of I.
20. 35 king, .join himself with Amaziah king of I.
21. 2 (were) the sons of Jehoshaphat king of I.
21. 4 and slew . . (divers) also of the princes of I.
21. 6 he walked m the way of the kings of I.
21. 13 hast walked in the way of the kings of I.
22. 5 with Jehoram the son ofAhab kingof I. to
25. 6 thousand mighty men of valour out of I.
25. 7 let not the army of I. go with thee
25. 7 forthe LoRD(i.s)notwith I. . .all the childr.
25. 9 which I have given to the army of I. ?
25. 17 of Jehoahaz, the son of Jehu, king of I.
25. 18 Joash king of I. sent to Amaziah king of
25. 21 Joash the king of I. went up ; and they
25. 22 Judah was put to the worse before I., and
25. 23 the kingof I. took Amaziah king of Judah?
25. 25 death of Joash, son of Jehoahaz king of I.
25. 26 in the book of the kings of Judah and I. ?
27. 7 in the book of the kings of I. and Judah
28. 2 he walked in the ways of the kings of I.
28. s delivered into the hand of the king of I.
28. 8 the children of I. carried away captive of
28. 13 and (there is) fierce wrath against I.
28. 19 brought Judah low because of . .king of I.
28. 26 in the book of the kings of Judah and I.
30. i keep the passover unto the Lord GOD of I.
30. 6 throughout all I. and Judah,
30. 21 the children of I. that were present at
30. 25 the congregation .. that came out of I., and
30. 25 strangers that came out of the land of I.
31. 6 (concerning) the children of I. and Judah
32. 32 in the book of the kings of Judah and I.
33. 18 written) in the book of the kings of I.
34. 9 the remnant of I., and of all Judah and
34. 21 for them that are left in I. and in Judah
35. 18 all Judah and I. that were present, and the
35. 18 neither did all the kings of I. keep such
35. 27 in the book of the kings of I. and Judah
36. 8 in the book of the kings of I. and Judah
Isa. 7. i king of I., went up toward Jerusalem to
Jer. 2. 26 As the thief, .is the house of I. ashamed
2. 31 Have I been a wilderness unto I. ? a land
3. -6 Hast thou seen (that) which backsliding I.
3. 8 whereby backsliding I. committed adult.
3. ii backsliding I. hath justified herself more
3. 12 Return, thou backsliding I., saith the Lo.
3.18 house of Judah . . walk with the house of I.
5. ii the house of I. and the house of Judah
9. 26 house of I. (are) uncircumcised in the heart
ii. 10 the house of I. and the house of Judah
ii. 17 for the evil of the house of I., and of the
23. 6 shall be saved, and I. shall dwell safely
31. 27 I will sow the house of I. and the house
31. 31 make a new covenant with the house of I.
32. 30 children of I. and the children of Judah
32. 32 Because of all the evil of the children of I.
41. 9 had made for fear of Baasha king of I.
48. 13 house of I. was ashamed of Beth-el their
50. 33 the children of I. and the children of
Eze. 4. 4 lay the iniquity of the house of I. upon it
4. 5 thou bear the iniquity of the house of I.
9. 9 The iniquity of the house of I. and Judah
27. 17 and the laud of I., they (were) thy merch.
37. 16 Judah, and (for) all the children of I. his
44. 15 the children of I. went astray from me
: Hos. i. i Jeroboam the son of Joash, king of I., v. n.
Zech. i. 19 have scattered Judah, I., and Jerusalem
8. 13 house of Judah, and house of I.; so will
ii. 14 thr brotherhood between Judah and I.
Mai. 2. ii an nOomination is committed in I. and in
IS-RA-EL-ITE, ISRAEUTISH, Sslf
One belonging to the tribes of Israel.
Exod. 9, 7 was not one of the cattle of the I. dead
ISSUE
Lev. 23. 42 all that are I. born shall dwell in booths
24. 10 the son of an I. woman, whose father (was)
24. 10 this son of the I. (woman) and a man of
24. ii the I. woman s son blasphemed the name
Xuni25. 14 the name of the I. that was slain, (even)
Josh. 3. 17 the I. passed over on dry ground, until
8. 24 the I. returned unto Ai, and smote it with
13. 6 divide thou it by lot unto the I. for an
13. 13 Maachathites dwell among the I. until this
Judg2o. 21 destroyed down to the ground of the I.
1 Sa. 2. 14 they did in Shiloh unto all the I. that
13. 20 the I. went down to the Philistines, to
14. 21 they also (turned) to be with the I. that
25. i the I. were gathered together, and lame.
29. i the I. pitched by a fountain which (is) in
2 Sa. 4. i were feeble, and all the I. were troubled
17. 25 an I., that went in to Abigail the daugh.
2 Ki. 3. 24 the 1. rose up and smote the Moabites, so
7. 13 they (are), .as all the multitude of the I.
1 Ch. q. 2 first inhabitants that (dwelt, .were) the I.
John i. 47 Behold an I. indeed, in whom is no guile !
Rom. 9. 4 \Vho are I.; to whom (pertaineth) the ad.
11. i I also am an I., of the seed of Abraham
2 Co. ii. 22 Are they I.? so (am) I. Are they the seed
IS-SA -CHAR, ~\:&yr], liraxdp, bearing hire, reward.
1. The invariable form of the name in Hebrew is Isaacar,
but the Masorites have pointed it so as to supersede the
second s. He was the ninth son of Jacob and the fifth
by Leah. Of Issachar as an individual not a word is re
corded after his birth. B.C. 1746.
Gen. 30. 18 given me my hire, .she called his name I.
35. 23 and Levi, and Judah, and I., and Zebulun
46. 13 the sons of I.; Tola, and Phuvah, and Job
49. 14 I. (is) a strong ass couching down between
Exod. i. 3 I., Zebulun, and Benjamin
i Ch. 2. i Simeon, Levi, and Judah, I., and Zebulun
7. i thesonsofI.(were)Tola,audPuah,Jashub
2 The tribe that was descended from Issachar, as well
as that allotment of Canaan which they inherited.
Num. i. 8 Of I.; Nethaneel the son of Zuar
i. 28 Of the children of I., by their generations
1. 29 numbered of them, (even) of the tribe of I.
2. 5 pitchnext untohim(8hallbe)thetribeof I.
2. 5 (shall be) captain of the children of I.
7. 18 Nethaneel the son of Zuar, prince of I.
10. 15 host of the tribe of the children of I. (was)
13. 7 Of the tribe of I., Igal the son of Joseph
26. 23 (Of) the sous of I., after their families : (of)
26. 25 These (are) the families of I. according to
34. 26 prince of the tribe of the children of I.
Dent. 27. 12 and Judah, and I., and Joseph, and Ben.
33. 18 in thy going out ; and, I., in thy tents
Josh 17. 10 Asher on the north, and in I. on the east
17. ii Mauasseh had in I. and in Asher, Beth.
19. 17 lot came out to I., for the children of I.
19. 23 of the tribe of the children of I. according
21. 6 out of the families of the tribe of I., and
21. 28 out of the tribe of I., Kishon with her
Judg. 5. 15 princes of I. (were) with Deborah ; even I.
10. i son of Puah, the son of Dodo, a man of 1.
i Ki. 4. 17 Jehoshaphat the son of Paruah in I.
15 27 the son of Ahijah, of the house of I., con.
1 Ch. 6. 62 out of the tribe of I., and out of the tribe
6. 72 out of the tribe of I. ; Kedesh with her
7. 5 brethren among all the families of I. (we.)
12. 32 the children of I., (which were men) that
12. 40 (even) unto I. and Zebulun and Ivaphtali
27. 1 8 of David : of I., Omri the son of Michael
2 Ch.3o. 18 I., and Zebulun, had not cleansed them.
Eze. 48. 25 east side unto the west side, I. a (portion)
48. 26 by the border of I., from the east side
48. 33 Simeon, one gate of I., one gate of Zebulun
Rev. 7. 7 Of the tribe of I. (were) sealed twelve thou.
The following localities were in the territory of
Issachar : Abez, Auaharath, Anem, Aphek, Bethpazzez,
Beth-shemesh, Chesulloth, En-gannim, Enhaddah,
Haphraim, Harod, Jarmuth, Jezreel, Kedesh,
Megiddo, Rabbith, Shahazimah, Shikon, Shunem, <fcc.
3. A porter of the tabernacle in David s time. B.C. 1040.
i Ch.26. 5 sixth, I. the seventh, Peulthai the eighth
ISSHIAH. See ISHIAH.
issm:
1.A flouring, nit zob.
Lev. 15. 2 a running, .(because of) his issue he (is)
15. 3 this shall be his uncleanuess in his issue
15. 3 whether his flesh run with his issue, or
15. 3 his flesh be stopped from his issue, it (is)
15. 13 when he. .is cleansed of his issue ; then he
15. 15 shall make an atonementforhim. .his issue
15. 19 her issue in her flesh be blood, she shall
15. 25 all the days of the issue of her unclean.
15. 26 whereon she lieth all the days of her issue
15. 28 if she be cleansed of her issue, then she s.
15. 30 atonement, .for the issue of her unclean.
I.Flowing, issue, nc")t zirmah.
Eze. 23. 20 and whose issue (is like) the issue of horses
S.Birth, what is born, rn?iD moledeth.
Gen. 48. 6 And thy issue, which thou begettest after
^.Fountain, lipo maqor.
Lev. 12. 7 she shall be cleansed from the issue of her
5. Issue, produce, nij??^ tsephioth.
Isa. 22 ->\ the offspring and the issue, all vessels of
6. Outgoings, niNyin totsaoth.
Psa. 63. 20 unto GOD the Lord (belong) the issues from
Prov. 4. 23 keep thy heart, .out of it (are) the issues
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7.A running, issue, frvffis rhusis.
Marks. 2 S a certain woman, which had an issue of
Luke8. 43 a woman, having an issue of blood twelve
8. 44 immediatelyher issue of blood
S.Seed, o-Wp/xa sperma.
Matt 22. 25 having no issue, left his wife unto his br.
ISSTTE, to
1.7V) go forth, issue, njj negad, 3.
Dan. 7. 10 a fiery stream issued and came forth from
2. To pass out, ticnpt&tfuu ekporeuomai.
Rev. 9. 17 out of their mouths issued fire and smoke
9. 1 8 brimstone, which issued out of their mo.
ISSUE of blood, to be diseased with
To run v;ith blood, alfiopfrotw haimorrhocO.
Matt. 9. 20 wasdbeased with an issue of blood twelve
ISSUE, to have a (running)
To flow. , issue. 31 J zub.
Lev. 15. 2 When any man hath a running issue out
15. 4 whereon he lieth that hath the issue is
15. 6 thing whereon he sat that hath the issue
15. 7 toucheth the flesh of him that hath the i.
15. 8 if he that hath the issue spit upon him
15. 9 saddle, .he ridethupon that hath the issue
15. ii whomsoever he toucheth that hath the i.
15. 12 vessel, .he toucheth which hath the issue
15. 13 when he that hath an issue is cleansed of
15. 19 And if a woman have an issue, (and) her
1 5. 25 if a woman have an issue of her blood
15. 32 This (is) the law of him that hath an issue
15. 33 and of him that hath an issue, of the man
22. 4 What man soever, .hath a running issue
Num. 5. 2 every one that hath an issue, and whoso.
2 Sa. 3. 29 one that hath an issue, or that is a leper
ISSUE out or from, to
To go forth or out, Ny; yatsa.
Josh. 8. 22 the other issued out of the city against
2 Ki. 20. 1 8 thy sons that shall issue from thee, which
Job 38. 8 when it brake forth . .it had issued out of
Isa. 39. 7 of thy sons that shall issue from thee
Eze. 47. i waters issued out from under the thresh.
47. 8 These waters issue out toward the ; 47.12.
ISUAH. ISTJI. See ISHUAH, ISHUI.
IT
l.IIe, it, Wrt hu.
Gen. 3. 6 and that it (was) pleasant to the eyes, and
2. She, it, K rt hi.
Gen. 19. 20 this city (is) near to flee unto, and it (is)
Dan. 2. 44 set up a kingdom . .and it shall stand for
7. 7 and it (was) diverse from all the beasts
3. Th*y, cn hern.
Psa. 38. 10 the light of mine eyes, it also is gone
4. This, ntd zoth.
Numii4. 35 I will surely do it unto all this evil cong.
iCh.27. 24 because there fell wrath for it against Is.
5. This, nj zeh.
Gen. 32. 29 Wherefore (is) it (that) thou dost ask after
6. This, ni zoh.
Eccl. 2. 2 I said., mad ; and of mirth, What doeth it
7. Her face, rr^ paneha.
Exod25- 37 that they may give light over against it
8. Ife, he himself, avrds nutfis.
Mutt jo. ii enquire who in it is worthy ; and there
John 8. 44 own : for he is a liar, and the father of it
9. That one, iitftvos ekeinos.
i Jo. 5. 16 sin . .1 do not say that he shall pray for it
10. This one, O&TOJ hoittos.
Mark 6. 1 6 [It is] John, whom I beheaded : he is risen
11.By this, 4v ravrrj en tante: TOVTTJC tauten.
Heb. ii. 2 For by it the elders obtained; iCo. 6. 13.
12. This, that, TOVTO touto.
Matt 1 2. ii if it fall into a pit on the sabbath day
Mark 5. 43 charged them, .no man should know it
14. 5 For it might have been sold for more than
Luke 1 8. 36 And hearing, .he asked what it meant
Heb. 13. 17 they may do it with joy, and not withgr.
IS. Of this, of that, rovrov toutou.
John 6. 61 knew, .that his disciples murmured at it
IT, of
Of him, of it, avrov nutou.
Rev. 8. 12 the day shone not for a third part of it
IT be
1 . It is, there is, fi K ithai.
Ezra 5. 17 whether it be (so), that a decree was made
2. It is, there is, c* yesh.
Gen. 23. 8 If it be your mind that I should bury my
1 Sa. 14. 39 though it be in Jonathan my son, he shall
2 Ki. 9. 15 Jehu said, If it be your minds, .let none
10. 15 If it be, give, .thine hand. And he gave
// is, thrre is, O_ yesh.
Gen. 31. 29 It is in the power of my hand to do you
2 Ki.io. 15 And Jehonadab answered, It is. If it be
IT was
It is, there is, & yesh.
Num. 9. 20 And (so) it was, when the cloud was a few
9. 21 And (so) it was, when the cloud abode fr.
TTAT.TATC iraAiKOf belonging to Italy.
Acts 10. i centurion of the band called the Italian
ITALY, IraA/o.
The country of which Rome is the capital ; it has the
Alps on the N., the Mediterranean on the S.. Gulf of
Venice on the E., and France and the Mediterranean on
the W. In 2450 B.C. the mythic reign of Saturn is said
to begin ; in 1710 a colony of Arcadians, under tEnotrus,
settle in Italy and found the state of Magna Graecia ;
in 1293 a Pelasgian colony passes from Greece into
Italy ; in 1253 Evander leads an Arcadian colony into
Italy; in 1240 Latiuus reigns; in 1181 neas arriving,
founds I.avinia; in 1152 Ascanius builds Alba Longa ;
in 895 Tiberinus being defeated, drowns himself in the
Albula, whence called the Tiber; in 753 (April 21),
Romulus founds Rome; in A.D. 476 Odoacer abolishes
the W. empire, and founds the Gothic kingdom of
Italy.
Acts 1 8. 2 lately come from I., with his wife Priscilla
27. i determined that we should sail into I.
27. 6 found a ship of Alexandria sailing into I.
Heb. 13. 24 Salute all them .. They of I. salute you
ITCH
Heat, sun, itch, D~m cherts.
Deut2":. 27 emerods, and with the scab, and with the i.
ITCHING, to have
To itch, KvriOo/j.ai knethomai.
2 Ti. 4. 3 shall they heap, .teachers, having itching
T-TTTAT vyx being, existing.
One of David s thirty valiant men. In 2 Sam. 23. 29 he
is called Jttai. B.C. 1048.
i Ch.u. 31 I. the son of Ribai of Gibeah, (that perta.)
I-THA -MAR, n?ivx.
The youngest son of Aaron. B.C. 1491.
Exod 6. 23 bare him Nadab, and Abihu, Eleazar, and I.
28. i and Abihu, Eleazar and I., Aaron s sons
38. 21 by the hand of I., son to Aaron the priest
Lev. 10. 6, 12 unto Aaron, and. .Eleazar and unto I.
10. 16 he wasangry with Eleazar andl., the sons
Num. 3. 2 the first born, and Abihu, Eleazar, and I.
3. 1 1. ministered in the priest s office in the
4. 28 their charge (shall be) under the hand of I.
4. 33 under the hand of I. the son of Aaron the
7. 8 the hand of I. the son of Aaron the priest
26. 60 born Nadab and Abihu, Eleazar and I.
1 Ch. 6. 3 Aaron ; Nabab. .Abihu, Eleazar, and I.
24. i of Aaron; Nadab. .Abihu, Eleazar, and I.
24. 2 Eleazar and I. executed the priest s office
24. 3 Ahimelech of the sons of I., according to
24. 4 there *vere more, .than of the sons of I.
24. 4 eight among the sons of I. according to
24. 5 the sons of Eleazar, and of the sous of I.
24. 6 taken for Eleazar, and (one) taken for I.
Ezra 8. 2 of the sons of I. ; Daniel : of the sons of
I-THI -EL, WITH God is.
1. A Benjamite, the son of Jesaiah. B.C. 536.
Neh. ii. 7 Maaseiah, the son of I. , the son of Jesaiah
2. One of the two persons to whom Agar delivered his
discourse.
Prov.3o. i the man speak unto I., even unto I. and
ITH -MAH, nc^ purity.
A Moabite, and one of the thirty valiant men of David s
guard. B.C. 1048.
j Ch.u. 46 the sons of Elnaam, and I. the Moabite
ITH -NAN, i ft: strong place.
A town in the extreme S. of Judah, on the borders of
the desert if not actually in it.
Josh 15. 23 And Kedesh, and Hazor, and I.
rTH -RA; N~vr excellence.
The father of Absalom s*captain Amasa. B.C. 1048.
He is called also Jether (i Kings 2. 5).
2 Sa. 17. 25 a man s son whose name (was) I., an Isra.
ITH -RAN, prr excellent.
1. A son of Disiion (or Dishan), son of Seir the Horite.
B.C. 1700.
Gen. 36. 26 Hemdan, and Eshhan, and I., and Cheran
i Ch. i. 41 Amram, and Eshban, and I., and Cheran
2. A son of Zophah an Ashorite. B.C. 1550.
1 Ch. 7. 37 Shamma, and Shilshah, and I., and Beera
ITH-RE -AM, cjpjtf remnant of the people.
Sixth son of David by his wife Eglah. He was born nt
Hebron. Eglah was Michal, and died in giving birth to
Ithream. B.C. 1046.
2 So. 3. 5 And the sixth, I., by Eslah, David s wife
1 Ch. 3. 3 fifth, Shephatiah of Alntal ; the sixth, I.
ITH RITES, "W belonging to Jether.
The patronymic of the family of Jether. The designa
tion of two of the members of David s guard Iru and
Gareb who belonged to Judah. Those heroes may
have come from .Tattir in the mountains of Judah where
David had friends.
2 Sa. 23. 38 Ira an I., Gareb an I.
i Ch. 2. 53 the I., and the Puhites, and the Shuma.
1 1. 40 Ira the I., Gareb the I.
ITSELF, (of)
I. This, nizeh.
Psa. 68. 8 Sinai itself, .at the presence of God, the
2.//e, he himself, a.vr6s autos.
Rom. 8. 16 the spirit itself beareth witness with our
8. 21 the creature itself also shall be delivered
8. 26 the spirit itself niaketh intercession for
iCo. ii. 14 Doth not even nature [itself] teach you, tli.
3 John 12 hath good report of all., of the truth itself
3.Of one s self, iavrov heautou.
Matt. 6. 34 shall take thought for the things of itself
12. 25 Every kingdom divided au-.-iinst itself is b.
12. 25 every city or house divided against itself
Mark 3. 24 if a kingdom be divided against itself, that
3. 25 if a house be divided against itself, that
Luken. 17 Every kingdom divided against itself is
John 15. 4 As the branch cannot bear fruit of itself
Er-h. 4. 1 6 niaketh increase..unto the edifying of Use.
Rom 14. 14 that (there is) nothing unclean [of itself]
ITSELF, by
Apart, X<apis choris.
John 20. 7 but wrapped together in a place by itself
ITSELF, dead of
Pollen thing, carcase, dead body, nSai nebelah.
Eze. 44. 31 of any thing that is dead of itself, or torn
ITSELF, diethof [See Dieth of, groweth of itself. 1
IT-TAH KA -ZIN, j ViJ -"i$J> kindred of t/ie extremity.
A landmark of the boundary of Zebulun, near Gathhepher
(Gattah-hepher).
Josh 19. 13 thence passeth on along on the east to . . I.
IT -TAI, )?!< being, living.
1. The Gittite (or inhabitant of Gath), a Philistine in
David s army when he fled from Jerusalem in Absalom s
rebellion. B.C. 1048.
2 Sa. 15. 19 Then said the king to I. the Gittite, Wh.
15. 21 I. answered the king, and said, (As) the L.
15. 22 David said to I., Go and pass over. And I.
18. 2 a third part under the hand of I. the Git.
1 8. 5 king commanded Joab and Abishai and I.
18. 12 the king charged thee and Abishai and I.
2. A son of Ribai, a valiant Benjamite in David s army.
He is called .(thai in i Ch. u. 31.
2 Sa. 23. 29 I. the son of Ribai out of Gibeah of. .Be.
I-TTT-RE -A, Irovpala. Iturcea.
A small province in the N.W. border of Palestine lying
along the base of Mount Hermon. It probably derived
its name from Jetur a son of Ishmael. The tribe of
Manasseh having conquered it, dwelt in the land, and
increased from Bashan unto Baal-hermon.
Luke jg i his brother Philip tetrarch of I. and of
I -VAH, njy hamlet, or the god Iva, sky.
A district in Babylonia conquered by the Assyrians near
Cuthah, probably identical with Hit, the Is of Hero
dotus on the Euphrates between Sippara (Sepharvaim)
and Anah (Hena), with which it was politically united
before the time of Sennacherib. It is probably the
Ahava of Ezra 8. 15. See Ava or Ana,
2 Ki. 18. 34 the gods of Sepharvaim, Hena, and I.?
19. 13 (is) the king of Hamath. .Hena, and I.T
Isa. 37. 13 (is) the king of Hamath. . Hena, and I.?
IVORY
l.A tooth, ivory, \y shen.
1 Ki. 10. 18 the king made a great throne of ivory, and
22. 39 the ivory house which he made, and all
2 Ch. 9. 17 the king made a great throne of ivory, and
Psa. 45. 8 out of the ivory palaces, whereby they
Song 5. 14 (is as) bright ivory overlaid (with) sapph.
7. 4 thy neck (is) as a tower of ivory : thine
Eze. 07. 6 have made thy benches (of) ivory, .out of
27. 15 brought thee. .a present horns of ivory
Amos 3. 15 the houses of ivory shall perish, and the
6. 4 That lie upon beds of ivory, and stretch
Z.Elephanffs tooth, ivory, c %?n# shenhabbim.
1 Ki.io. 22 bringing gold, and silver, ivory, and apes
2 Ch. 9. 21 bringing gold, and silver, ivory, and apes
3.Made of iwry, 4\j>avTivo<i elephantinos.
Rev. 18. 12 all manner vessels of ivory, and all man.
IZ -HAR, IZE-HAR, ~>n> ? shining.
A son of Kohath, and grandson of Levi. B.C. 1491.
Exod. 6. 1 8 sons of Kohath ; Amram, and I., and He.
6. 21 the sons of I.; Korah, and Nepheg, and Z.
Num. 3. 19 And the sons of Kohath. .Amram, and I.
16. i Korah, the son of I., the son of Kohath
i Ch. 6. 2 sons of Kohath; Amram, I., and Hebron
6. 18 the sous of Kohath (were) Amram, and I.
6. 38 The son of I., the son of Kohath, the son
23. 12 The son of Kohath; Amram, I., Hebron
23. 1 8 Of the sons of I. ; Shelomith the chief
IZ-HAR-ITES, "!7! belonging to Izhar.
Family of Izhar, son of Kohath (Num. 3. 27, Izeharites).
Num. 3. 27 of Kohath (was), .the family of the I., and
i Ch.24- 22 Of the I.; Shelomith: of the sons of Shelo.
26. 23 Of the Amramites, (and) the I., the Heb.
26. 29 Of the I., Chenaniah and his sons (were)
IZ-RAH -IAH ivrnr Jah (is) appearing.
A grandson of Tola son of Issachar. B.C. 1600. See
Jezrahiah.
i Ch. 7. 3 sons of Uzzi ; I.: and the sons of I.; Mic,
IZ-RAH-ITE, rril%
The patronymic of Shamhuth, one of David s thirty
valiant men. B.C. 1048.
i Ch.27. 8 for the fifth month (was) Shamhuth the I.
IZ -RI, *?V! creator, former.
Perhaps the same as Zcri (i Ch. 35. 3), a Levite set over
the sen-ice of song by David. B.C. 1015.
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