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2 ■Sam. 4. 4. .Mephibosheth /. and bticame lame

11. 17. there/, some ot tlie people of Uarid

13. 2. Aniiiou/. sick tor his sister 1 amar 20. 8. .loab's sword/, out as he went forth

CI. 9. they/, all seven tofiether in days ot harvest , S2. tlieyy. by the hand of David, 1 C'/irun. 20. B.

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1 Kinfft C. 25. Fenaiah/. on .Adonijah that he died 32. who/, upon two intn more riLihteous than he 3). Penaiahy.on loab 1 46. Henaiahy. on S-hiinei

12. t ly. so Israel t'. from the house oV David

14. 1. .-Vbijah the ion 01 leriiboam/. sick

17. 17. the son of the woman t'. sicK, it was so sore

18. 38. tne 01 1 Old f. and loi'isumed the sacrifice 2 '. .'id. a wall f. on'27,KlO men that were lett

2 Kint/s 1. 13. Ihiril laptam /'. on kneesljetoie Llijah 2. 13. he took mantle of l-Uijah that/, from him

4. 8. it f. on a ilav l.lisha passed to .^huiiem, 11. 18. it /. on a liav the child went to the reapers :i1. sfiuiiammite f. at his feet and tioweil herself

6. 5. the a.veheaily. iuto the wat-r, anil he cued

6. and the man of (>od said, where/, it r

7. 20. so it f. out to him. the people trode on him •,5. 11. the'tilL'itlVes that r. a«a\\ to the klliu

1 L lir. 12. ly. Iheiey. soiiie of .\\lanasseli to David 21. 14. and il ere r'. of Israel 7o,o>i

'-7.24. I'ecaiise tlieie I. « ratli for it a-ainst Israel

2 Cliron. 15. y. li.r thev 1. to DavM out ot Israel

17. 10. the fear or l.d. /. on all kin^'ooms or lands

20. Ui. the iiiliai itaiiis ot .lerusalem (. beroie Ld.

21. ly, his bowtis t. out bv reason or'siikness '.,=■. 1 ). tlie sol.iiers of Israely. on cities ot .Indah

Ezra y. 5. 1 f. on mv knees and >piearl in\\ hands i.stli. 8. 17. for the r'ear of ihe.l -Ms 1. on them, <1. 2.

y. 3. because the fear ot .Mordeiai /. upon them

Joi 1.15. the Sabt-ans /. on the asses. and took them

17. (-'haldeans/. on camels, and carried them awav

1.1. the house}, on youiii; men. and tlie_\\ are dead

/'.'.i/. -.7. •-'. w il ked came to eat up my tlesh, the\\ f.

78. Of. their priests /. bv suord. m idows not iaiiiciit

h 5. :i8. tor the tear of Israel /. on Li; i pt Jer. 3.1. y. th. se that f. awai , that/, to (inn, 52. 15.

46. 10. one /'. uijon another, and tnev said, arise Li'ii. 1.7. her people f. into the hanii ot tit- enemy

5. 13. and ti;e clnidien /.under the wood

E-.ei-. 8. 1. the hand of tlie Lord !. upon me, 11. 5.

3.1.23. so y. tb.ey all by the swi.i'il Jliiii. 4. 31. tl'.crey. a voice from heaven, saving'

7. 20. other which came up, belore whom Uiieey'.

10.7. but a ijreat quakinj;/. up -n them .li'nali 1. 7. thev cast lots, and the loty. on .lonali Mat. 7. ',5. the house f. not : 27. ity. /.uiie 0. 40.

13. 4. seed /, by the way -side, Mark 4. 4. Eiikt 8. 5. 5. some/, upon stony [daces. Mark A. 5. J.ideV.. 0.

7. a. ' some f. anion:; thi'rns, Mark 4. '. EukeH.'.

8. oilier y. iiito L-ood uroimd, Mark 4. 8. I.ukeH. 8. Mark ,5. 22. .lairus when he saw him.y. at his reet

7. 25. >yrophenii iaii woman came. and y'. at his feet y. 20. hey. on the i.:iound and ualluu'ed foamini;

14. .'i5. .le'sus/. on the irround and prayed Eitke 1. 12. and tear f. upon /achaiiab

8. 23. but as tliey sailed, .lesusy. asleep 10. .'io. a certain man/, amoim thieves. .'iO. 13. 4. iip"U whom the tower in .'siloamy.

15. 20. his father I. on his neik and ki.»ed him

16. 21. crumbs wliichy. rrom the rich man's table J.iliu 18. 6. Went backward and y. to the i;iound -Uts 1. 25. from which .liidas by traiiSLjiession/.

26. ijave forth lots, and the lot/, upon .Matthias

7. 60. and when he had said this, hey. asleep y. 4. Saul/, to the earth and heard a voice

18. there V. from his eyes as it had been scales

10. 10. Peter became- liuni:rv, and I. into a trance 44. the llolv Clhost f. on them ad, 11. 15.

12. 7. the chains y. off from Peter's hands

13. 11. there y. 1 11 him a mist and a darkness .'io. David I', on sleep ami saw corruption

ly. 17. ami fear/, on all the .lews at Kphesus 20. 10. Paul Went down, aiidy. on I'.utvclms .'i7. tliey ally, on Paul's neck, and kissed him

22. 7- 1 y. unto the ground, and heard a voice Jii'Hi. 11.' 22. on them which y. severity

15. 3. refiroai lies of them reproached thee f. on me

1 Cur. 10. 8. andy'. in one oay t« enty -three tlious. IJei. 3. 17. whose carcases y'. ill the wildeiuess

2 Pet. 3. 4. since fathers f. asleep all thiiius continue JU:. 1. 17. when 1 saw him 1 A at his reet as dead

6. 13. and the stats of heaven /. unto the earth

8. 10. and there t. a meat star from heaven

11. 11. and ill eat tear I. on them who saw them 13. the tenth part of tlie city/, by earthquake

16. 2. and there y. a noisome and :;rie\\ous sore ly. the city wasdivided. and cities of nations/. 21. tliere f. on men, ureat hail out ot heaven

ly. 10. and ly. at hisYeet to worship him .^cf I ACK, l'.\\ti;s. FLI.L do:,;,. Xiim. 22. 27. when the ass saw tliear.:;el, she f. d. Deiil. y. 18. and 1 f. dir.rn before the Lciid, 25'. .lush. 0. 20. the peo'ple shouted, the wall/, d. tiat Jiidij. .'). 27. where lie bowed there he/. diKin dead ly. 26. the concubine /'. dixrn at door ot the I'.onse

1 .Vim. 17.52. the Philistines /. rfcrivj bv the wav 31. 1. men of Israel I. duirn in (.illKia, 1 Lhr. lo'. 1.

2 .\\im. 2. 16. so they f. doun to;;ether

23. .-\\sahel t. do:.u there, and died in the place

18. 28. Ahm'iaaz /'. dma „ ly. 18. Shimei/. d,mn 2 h'in(/s 1. 2. and .Ahaniah I', d :rn throUL'h a lattice

1 ( 'lir. 5. 22. there y'. d. maiiy slain, war was of Ci.

2 Lhrun. 13. I7. there f. d. ot Israel StHMXm men 1 .'th. 8.3. I'jither/. ii'o:ai at .Ahasuerus' feet

Jvh 1. 20. .lob (. (/. on the uiound and wiirshipped Pal. 107. 12. 'they y. donn there was mne to help Ihiii. 3.7. all nations/, d. and wmshipped imaye

23. these three/. dt':.n bound m the turnace Mat. 2. 11. wise men/. (/c:i-« and worshipped him 18. 26. the servant therefore/, doun say in:;, 20. Mark 3. 11. and unclean spirits/, di'un liet'ore him 5. .33. the woman with the issue of blood,/. di'Zm l.vke 3. 8. Simon Peter/, diru-n at .lesiis' knees 8. 28. man which had devils f. do-u-n before .lesiis 41. .lairus y. do;.'n \\\\ 17. 16. 'the Samaritan/, d. John 11. :',Z. .Mary/. do:i-n at his feet, saying- Acts a.5. Ananiasy. doxi-n || 10. Sapphira/. doti-n 10.25. t'orneliusy. do-.cn \\\\ 16. 2y. .lailery. do-M:i ly. .'ij. tlie ima:;e 'which/, dimn from .lupiter 20. y. Eutychus.A rferrti from the third loft Heh. 11. .'5.1'. bv faith the walls of .lerii ho/. rfo»7i liev. 3. 8. elders/, d. before tlie Lamb. 14. | ly. 4.

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Eei. 22. 8. John/. doKn to worship before the anse

I'LI.L. 2 kings 3. 19. and ve shall/, every good tree

KIlLLEl). 2 Kings 3. 25. and thev f. all the good trees

ELLI.EH. Isa. 14. 8. sayin;.', no /'. is come up against us

I'KI.l.KsL. 2 .S(jm. 3. 34. as a man before viick. men. so/, thou

LLLLlNd. 2 hinff'O.o. as one was /. a beam, thea.xe-head fel'

n.i'.i.oi..-.

1 Kinffs 7. 33. their.^. and their spokes were molten

f LI, Low. Gen. ly. 0. they said, this one f. came in to sojourn Eiod. •-'. 13. wheie.oie smitest thou thv 1 . .' 18. ♦ 16. and 1 ,iiid:;e between a man 'and Ids/. Jiidi;. -. l.S. there w as a man told a aream to his/. 22. tiie Lord set everv man's sword a;;ainst his 1' tliroui;h all the host. 1 .>,

1 Ham. 21. 15. that .\\ e have broii:;ht t'lis 1'. to plav

the inadtnan : shall this/, come into iliv house"'

25. 21. in vaiii ha\\e I kept all that this r' h.atli 2y. 4. make this/, return, he may ;;o to 'his place

2 ■Sa/H.2. 16. cauL'ht e\\ eiy one liisy". bv the head

1 /\\yrt»,t 2'-'. 27 . init this y . in prison, 2 Chron. 18. 26.

2 /\\i'/.'/-v y. 11. wheretore came this mad '. to thee ■ Eccl. 4.10. if thev fall, cue will lift up his/. Jsa. 34. 14. the satyr sliall cry to hisy'.

Jonah 1, 7. the\\ said eiei v one to his /. cast lots /.erh. 11. ' y. eat every one the tlesh o'r his /. 13.7. awake, O sword, against my shepherd, ar.d a:;ainst the man that is mv /'. sai'ih Lord 01 hos-- Mat. 12. 24. thisy. doth not cast out de\\ils but bv

26. 61. thisy. said, i am able to destroy the tempfe 71. thisy. was also with .iesus, J.nke 22. 5y.

J.nke 23.2. we round thisy'. penertiiu the nation John y, 2y, as for this /. we know not whence he is 11. 16. Didvmussai.i to his /'. ('i,ci|'les, let us i;o Arts 17. t IK. soniestiid, what \\, ill tliis base /'. say .- 18. 13. thisy. peisuadeth men to worship God •-2.22. away with such a/, rrom the earth 24. 5. we have found this man a pestilent/.

L 1-. I.LOU -<•;>; :tnj. /';/(. 2. ly. but/.-f;/i;(«.. with saints and household

L1-. I. LOU -/»;■/■... Eph.ti.e. that the (i entiles shouUi be f.-heirs

LEL1.0U-/((7j:,;-. ' 2 Cor. 8. 23. Titus mv r.-hei'jer coucernin? you

l'LLI',OU-/.t7yfy-.i.

•iJohn 8, that we mii:ht \\

y\\A.LO\\\\-lah<,ir,:r.

1 7'/;f,.j-. 3. 2. we sent 1 imotheiis our /'.-/n/;i>7;re/- Philem. 1. Paul to Philemon our l.-lah,urer

IVAA.OW-iahonrers. Phil. A. 3. Clement, with other m\\ f.-lahovrer.! Phileni. 24. .Marcus. L)enias. Lucas, \\n\\ j'.-laio)trers

iA.lA.i.>\\\\ -pri'oner. Co!. 4. 10. Aristarihus my y'. /;)j,v( ;jfr saluteth vou Phiicin. 23. tpaphras xn\\ J .-prisoner in Christ'

LLLLOU-;iri..,«er.i. Rom. 16.7- -Andronicus and .luniamv/.-/)rijWir.-.

\')i\\.\\A.)\\\\->eriant. or ser-.'ants. Mat. 18. 28. found one of his /'.• •< r; . w ho owed hini 2y. \\i\\i!.->enanl fell down at his feet. sa.\\ im.' 31. so when l-.i3y.-if, :««Ci saw what was none .'{3. have had com|ias-ion on f.-seriant as 1 on thee 24. 4y. ami shall bei;in to sit'iite hisy'...>t/;rj«f.. (-(//. 1. 7. _\\e learned of Lpaphras our f.-seriant

4. 7. iychi. us, wl'o IS a (.--eriatit in'the Lord liev. 6. 11. till their./'.-if/-!vu/;. should be fullilled

ly. 10. see thou do it not. 1 am Xh\\-j.-ser-eant, 22. 1.

l'KLI.oU-..o/rf/Vr. Phil. 2. 25. to Send Lpaphroditus my f.-.u>/dicr Philein, 2. Paul to .Archippus (nir j.'-s'o/dier

LL 1,1,0 \\v-;.,i/-Xe7..-. Col. 4. 11. these onh are mvy.-.-.v;/frj to kingdom

II LI.O\\\\.^. Judg. 11. .37. bewail mv virLtinitv. 1 and mv/. 18. 25. lest angry /'. run on thee, and thou lose life 20.1 11. all Israel were gathered y. as one man

2 >ri//(. 6.20. asoueof Ihevam/. uiuoveretii himselr y^«/. 45. 7- with oil or gladness above /. II, h. 1. u Jsa. 44. 11. behold all his 1. shall be ashamed j::ek. .■>7. ly. 1 will take the tribes of Israel his /. Van. 2. 13. they souuht Daniel and his /. to be slam

18. that Daniel and hisy. should no't perish

7. 20. whose look was more stout than his /'. /ti7/. 3. 8. thoii and thv /. that sit betore tliee Mot. 11. 16. like to children calling to their /'. Arts 17. 3. Jews took lewd /. of the baser sort

LI.I.LOU.-JIIP. lei-. 6. 2. ■which wasdelivered him to keep, or in /. J'.'. yt.20. shall tlie throneofiiiiq. havey. with thee .his 2. 42. thev contin. ill apostles' doclrme and f.

1 Cor. 1. y. ve were called to the /. of his .-son 10. 20. not that ve should have /. with devils

2 Cor. 6. 14. w hat"/. hath righteousiiess w itii m.! ight

eou^ness r viliat communion liitht witlularkn.

8. 4. take on us the /. ot ministirini: t.> the saint» (iai. 2. y. thev gave to me the ri.:ht li.m.i ory.

J- ph. 3. y. to n'lake men see w hat is they, or ni.\\ sterv

5. 11. have noy. with unfrnitiul works ot darkness. Phil. 1. 5. foryoury. in the gospel till now

2. 1. if there be anv /'. of the spirit, it iHjwels

3. 10. that I mav kn'ow the/. i>f Ins sulierings

1 John 1. 3. that \\e also may havey. with us. aur) trulv our /. is w ith 1 ather. and wiih .'■on ,L I .

6. if vie say that we havey. with him. ami walk in

7. if we walk in light, we havey. one with another

iM;Lr.

Cen. 27. 22. Jacob went near, and Isaac/, him .■il.-t34. Labaii.;. all the tent, but found them not

Eiod. 10.21. over land.even darkness that may bey.

/Vi

Mark 5. 20. she/", she w.is healed ot that plague

lets 28. 3. he sh.ook oil the beast and J. no liarm

FEMALE.

Cen. 1. 27. male and/, created he them, 5. 2

6. ly. two of every sort, the.\\ shall be male andy".

7. 2. take to thee by sevens, the male and the /. 3. y. there went iu two and two, t)ie male and tlje/.

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Cen. 7. 16. they that went in, went in male and /. Iav. 3. ]. if he offer it, whether it be male or/. 6. if his offering be of the tiock, male or/.

4. 28. offering a/, witliout blemisli, 32. I 5. 6.

12. 7. law for her that hath bom a male cry'.

27. 4. if it be a /. thy estimation shall be M shekels

5. thy estimation tor the /. ten shekels, 7.

6. for the/, from a roonth old, three shekels Jium. 5. 3. botli male anil /. shall ye put out Deut. 4. 16. graven image, the likeness of male or/.

7. H- shall not be a male or/, barren among jou Mat, 19. 4. maile them male and/. Alart lu.O. Oal. 3. 28. in Christ there is neither male nor/,

FENCE. Ps. 62. 3. ye be as a bowing wall and a tottering/.

fi:nced.

Joi 10. 11. he hath/, me with bones and sinews 19. 8. he hath/, up my way that 1 cannot pass Jsa.5. 2. my beloved hath a vineyard, and he/, it

FEJ.CED. Dtut. 28. 52. till thy high and/, walls come down 2 Sam. 23. 7- man that shall touch them must be/. 2 Kinps 3. 19. and ye shall smite every /. city 10. 2. there are with you a /. city and armour 17. 9. from the tower to the/, city, 18. 8. 19. t 24. I have dried up tlie rivers of /. places with the sole of my feet, Isa. 37. t25. Jta. 2. 15. the day of the Lord on every/, wall Jer. 15. 20. 1 will make thee a/, brazen wall Euk.^. 35. the waste and ruined cities are become/. Hab. 2. 1 1. 1- will set me upon the/, place

FENCED cities. Num. 32. 17. our little ones shall dwell in/, cities Devt. 3. 5. all these cities were/, with walls

9. 1. to possess cities great and/, up to heaven Josh, 10. 20. the rest ot'them entered mto/. cities

14. 12. and that the cities were great and /.

1 Sam, 6. 18. golden mice, according to number of

/. cities

2 Sam. 20. 6. pursue, lest he get/, cities and escape 2 Kings 18. 13. Sennacherib came up against all tlie

/. cities of Judah and took them, 2 C'/ic. 12. 4. 19. 25. thou shouldest be to lay waste/, cities 2 Chron. 8. 5. Solomon built/, cities with walls 12. 4. Shishak took the /. cities of .ludah 14. 6. Asa built/, cities iu ludah, l<^nd had rest 17. 2. Jehoshaphat placed forces in the /. cities, 19. 19. 5. he set judges throughout all/, cuies of .lud. 21. 3. Jehoshaphat gave them/, ctlies in Judah 33. 14. Manasseh put captains of war in/, cities Jer, 5. 17. they shall impoverish thy/, cities Dan. 11. 15. king of north shall take most/, cities JJos.S. 14. Judah hath multiplied/, cities Zeph. 1. 16. day of alarm against/, cities aad towers

FENS. Job 40. 21. Behemoth lieth in covert of reed and f.

FERRET. Xer. 11. 30. the/, chameleon and lizard unclean

FEKRY-ion/. 2 .Sam. 19. 18. tlitre went a/.-Ana< for king's housh.

FERVENT. AetsK. 25. A polios, being/, in spirit, taught Kom.lQ. 11./. in spirit, serving the Lord 2 Cor. 7. 7. he told us your/, mind towards me Jam. 5. 16. f. prayer ot a rigliteous man avails much

1 Pet. 4. 8. above all things have/, charity

2 Pet, 3. 10. elements shall melt with/', heat, 12.

FEKVENTLY. Col, 4. 12. F.paphras labouring/, for you in pra3'ers

1 Pet, 1. 22. see that ye love one^another with a

FETCH. [pure heart/.

(ren. 18. 5. I will / a morsel of bread and comfort

27. 9. go,/, me two kids of the goats, 13. 45. then I will send and/, thee from thence Z-jrorf. 2. 5. when saw the ark, she sent maid to/, it Num. 20. 10. must we /. water out of this rock .' Deut. 19. 12. the elders shall send and /. him

24. 10. thou shall not go to f. his pledge, 19.

30. 4. from whence will the Ixrd thy God /. thee Judg, 11. 5. elders of Gilead went to/. Jephthah

20. 10. take men to /. victuals for the people lSam,4. 3. let us./, the ark of the covenant

o. 21. saying, come ye down, and/, it up to you 16. 11. Samuel sail! to Jesse, send f, Saul, 20. 31.

26. 22. let us come over and f. the spear

2 Sam. 5. 23. but/, a compass behind them 14. 13. the king doth not f. home his banished

20. to /. about this tonn of speech Joab done this

1 Kings 17. 10. /. me, I pray thee, a little water 11. as she was going to/, it, he called her

2 Ktngs6. 13. go spy where he is, that I may f.him SChron. 18. 8. /. quickly Micaiah the son of Imla f>eh. 8. 15./. olive-branches, pine and myrtle Job 36. 3. I will /. my knowledge from afar

Jsa. 56. 12. come ye, say they, I will/, wine Jer, 36. 21. the king sent Jehudi to/, the roll Acts 16. 37. let them come themselves and/, us out

FEICHED. Cen. 18. 4. let a little water, I pray you, be/.

7. Abraham/, a calf tender and good

27. 14. Jacob went and /. the kids to his mother Judg, 18. 18. they/, the carved image, the ephod

1 Sam. 7. 1. men came and/, up the ark of the Lord

10. 23. and they ran, and/. .Saul thence

2 Sam. 4. 6. as though they would have / wheat 9. 5. king David sent and/. Mephibosheth

11. 27. David sent and/. Bath-sheba to his house 14. 2. Joab /. from Tekoah a wise woman

1 Kings 7. 13. king Solomon /. H iram out of Tyre 9. 28. they/, from Ophirgold, 420 talents

2 Kings 3. 9. /. a compass of seven days' journey 11.4. Jehoiadasent and/, rulers over htsndrecfs

2 Chron. 1. 17./. from Egypt a chariot and horse

12. 11. the guard came and /. the shields

Jer. 26. 23. and they/, forth Urijah out of Egypt Acts 28. 13. and from thence we /. a compass _ FETCH ETH.

Deut, 19. 5. and his hand r. a stroke with the axe _ _, FETTEKS.

Jk^^. 16. 21. they bound Samson with /. of brass S Sam. 3. 34. thy bands were not bound, nor thy feet put info/. 162

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2 Kings 25.7. they put out the eyes of Zedekiah, and bound him with /. of brass, Jer. 39. 1 7. | 52. 1 11. 2 Chron, .33. 11. Manasseh was bound with/. .36. 6. Jehoiakim bound withy, to carry to Babylon Fsiil. 105. 18. whose feet they hurt with/. U9. B. to bind their nobles with/, of iron Mark 5. 4. being often bound with/. XuieB. 29.

FEVER. Vevt. 28. 22. the Lord shall smite thee with a/. Mat. 8. 14. .lesus was come, he saw Peter's wife's mother sick of a/. jUar*1.30. iujie 4. .18. John 4. 52. yesterday at seventh hour the/, left hiui Acts 28. 8. the father of Puhlius lay sick of a/.

FEW. Gen. 24. 55. let the damsel abide with us a/, davs 27. 44. tarry a/, days till thy brother's fury turn

34. 3>). 1 being/, in number, they will slay me

47. y. /. and cvilliave the days of my life been Lev. 26. 22. 1 will make you/. Deut. 4. 27- 1 28, 62. Num. 9. 20. the cloud was a / days on the tabern.

13. 18. see the people whether they be/, or many

26. 54. to/, shall give the less inheritance, .35. 8. 56. possession sliall be divid. between many and/.

Deut. 26. 5. my father sojourned there with a/. 33. 6. let Heuben live, let not his men be/.

1 Sam. 14. 6. no restraint, to save by many or/. 17. 28. with whom hast thou left those /. sheep ?

2 Chi on. 29. 3t. but the priests were too/. Neh. 2. 12. 1 arose, 1 and some/ men with me

7. 4. the city large, but the people were/, therein Job 10. 20. are not my days/. .' cease then, let alone

14. 1. man is of/, days, and full of trouble

16. 22. when a/ years are come, then I shall go 32. 1 6. 1 am /. of days, and ye are ver\\- old Psal. 109. 8. let his days be/, and let another take Eccl. 5. 2. (Jod is in heaven, therefore let words be/. 9. 14. there was a little city, and /. men in it 12. 3. the grinders cease, because they are/. Isa. 10. 19. the rest of the trees of forest shall be /.

24. 6. the inhabitants are burned, and/, men left 41. 1 14. fear not Jacob, ye/, men of Israel

Etek. 5. 3. thou shalt also take a /. in number

12. 16. I will leave a/, men from the sword Dan. 11. 20. within/, days he shall be destroyed Mat. 7. 14. strait is gate, and /. there be that find it

9. 37. but the labourers are /. Luke 10. 2.

15. 34. seven, and a/, little fishes, Mark R.7. 20. 16. many be called, but/, are chosen, 22. 14. 25. 21. thou hast been faithful in a/, thinirs, 23.

Mark 6. 5. laid hands on a/, sick folk, healed them LuJce 12. 48. shall be beaten with /. stripes

13. 23. one said. Lord, are there/, that be saved ? Acts 24. 4. that thou wouldest hear us a/, words Fph. 3. 3. the mystery as 1 wrote afore in/, words Heb. 12. 10. for they verily for a/, days chastened us

13. 22. for 1 have written unto you in/, words

1 Pet. 3. 20. wherein/, that is, eight souls weresaved Ber. 2. 14. 1 have a/, things against thee, 20.

3.4. thou hast a /. names even in Sardis

But a FEW. Cen. 29. 20. they seemed to him hit af. days Z.«c. 25. 52. if there remain but /.yeaTS to jubilee Jo>/i. 7. 3. the men of Ai are btttf.

1 Chron. 16. 19. when ye were but f. Psal. 105. 12. Jer. 42. 2. for we jure left but af. of many

Not a FEW.

2 Kings A. 3. borrow empty vessels, borrow not af, Isa. 10. 7. to destroy, an<( cutoff nations not a f. Jer. 30. 19. multiply them, and they shall nor ie/. Acts 17. 4. chief women not af, 11 12. of men not a f.

FEWER. Kvm. 33. 54. to/, ye shall give the less inheritance Job 30. 1 1. but they that are of/, days than I

FEWEST. Deut. 7. 7. for ye were the /. of all people

FEWN ESS. Let!. 25. 16. according to/, of years diminish pride

FIDELITY. Ttt. 2. 10. servants not purloining, shewing good/.

FIELD.

Gen. 23. 11 . the/, give I thee, and the cave therein

20. the/, and cave were made sure to Abraham

27. 27. the smell of my son is as the smell of a/. 31. 4. Jacob called Rachel and Leah to the/. 49. .30. in the/, which Abraham bought, 50. 13.

Kiod. 22. 5. if a man shall cause a/, to be eaten

6. so that the corn or/, be consumed therewith I-ei: 19; 19. shalt not sow thy/, with itiingled seed

25. 3. six years shalt sow thy/, and prune vine3'ard 4. in the seventh year thou shalt not sow thy /.

27. 17- if he sanctify his/, from year of jubilee, IP. 20. if he will not redeem the/, or if he sold tlie/. Detu. 5. 21. nor shalt thou covet thy neighbour's/. .Tosh. 15. 18. to ask of her father a/. Judg. 1. 14. Ruth 2. 8. go not to glean m another/, but abide

4.5. Boaz said, what day thou buyest/. of Naomi 2 Sam. 2. + 16. place was called the f. of strong men

14. 30. Joab's/. is near mine, and he hath barley 31. why have thy servants set my/, on fire .'

2 Kings IB. 17. thev stood by upper pool, which is in the high-way o? the fuller's/. Isa. 7. 3. 1 .36. 2. AWi. 1.3. 10. the Invites fled every one to his/. Psal. 96. 12. let the/, be joyful and all therein Prov. 24. .30. 1 went by the/ of the slothful

27. 26. lambs for clothing, and goats the price of/.

31. 16. she considereth a/, and buyetli it F^:cl. 5. 9. the king himself is served by the /. ha. 5. 8. woe to them that lay/, to/, till no i>lace

16. 10. and joy is taken out of the plentiful /. Jer. 12. 4. how long shall herbs of every/, wither ?

26. 18. Zion shall be plowed like a f. Mic, 3. 12.

.32. 7. buy thee my/, that is in Anathoth, 8. 25.

35. 9. neither have we vineyard, nor/, nor seed

48. 3.3. joy and gladness is taken frorti plentiful/. Fzel-.'it.^B. was plante

.38. the/, is the world, good seed childr. of kingd. 44. again the kingdom of heaven is like to treasure hid in a/, he selleth all, and buyeth that/. 27. 7. they bought with them the potter's/. 10. 8. the/, was called tlie f. of blood. Acts 1. 19.

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Luke 17. 7. will say to him, when come from the/. Acts 1. 18. tliis man purchased a/, with reward of

Jrui/nti HELD. 2 Kings 19. + 23. 1 will enter his/. /. Jta. 37. + 24. /.«j. 111. 18. shall consume the glory of his fiuitfulf. 29. 17. I ebanon shall be tunied into ajruitfut/. 32. 15. till .■^pirit be poured out, and the wil

In the FIELD. Gen. 4. 8. it came to pass when they were in the f. 24. 63. Isaac went out to meditate in the f. 29. 2. he looked, anil behold a well m thef. .37. 15. behold, Joseph was wanilering in the f. Ezod. 9. 19. send and gather all thou hast in the f, 25. the hail smote in iigy pt all that was in thef,

16. 25. to-dav ye sliall not find it in the f. Deut. 21. 1. if one be found slain, lying in the f.

22. 25. if a man fimi a betiolhed damsel in thi f.

28. 3. blessed slialt thou lie in tlie city and in t'kef,

16. cursed shalt thou be in the city and I'jt thef.

Judg. 13. 9. angel came to woman as she sat in ihef.

1 Sam. 6. 18. which stone reinaineth inf. of losl.ua

19. 3. 1 will stand beside inv father in thef. .30. 11. and they found an I'gyptian in thef.

2 •'^am. 14. 6. two sous, and they two strove i« thef, 1 Kings U . 29. and tliey two were alone i» the f,

14. 11. him that dieth of leroboam in the f.

21. 24. him that dieth of Ahab in thef. fowls eat 1 Chron. 19. 9. kings were by themselves ii»« ef.

27. 26. over them that did the work in thef. Job 24. 6. the.J reap e>ery one his com in the f. Psal. 78. 12.man-ellousthingsinM«/.of Zoan,43. Proi. 24. 27. make it for thyself in the/, Jer. 14. 5. yea, the hind calved in thef,

17. 3. O my mountain in thef. I wilfgive to spoil 41. 8. for we have treasures mthef. ot wheat

Ezek.T. 15. he that is in /Ae/. shall die by the sword

26. 6. he shall slay thv daughters in thef. 8. Mic. 4. 10. thou shalt

take his clothes, Mark 13. 16. Luke 1*. 31. 40. then shall two be in thef. iMke I7. .36. Luke^.^. there were shepherds abiding in the f, 12.28. clothe the grass which is to-day in thef.

15. 25. now his elder son was in thef. heard music

Into the FIELD. Num. 22. 23. ass turned aside, and -vieatinto the f, Judg. 9. 42. the people went out into thef,

1 .bam. 6. 14. the cart came into thef. of Joshua

20. 11. Jonathan said, come let us go iruo the /. 'iSam. 11. 23. the men came out unto us inro thef,

20. 12. removed Amasa out of the way into thef.

2 Kings 4. 39. one w ent intof. and gathered gourds Cant. 7. 11. my beloved, let us go forth into thef. Jer. 6. 25. go not forth intof. nor walk by the way

14. 18. if 1 go forth into thef. behold the slain Of the FIEl.D. Gen. 2. 5. God made every plant and herb of the f, 34. 7. and the sons of .lacobcame out of the f, 47. 24. four parts your own, for seed of the f. Lev. 26. 4. the trees of thef. yield fruit

27. 28. no devoted thing «/ Me/, shall be sold Deut. 20. 19. for the tree of the f. is man's life Juug. 5. 4. when thou marchedstout of thef.

19. 16. came an old man from his work out of the f. Ruth 2. 3. on a part of thef. belonging to Boaz

1 Sam. 11. 5. Saul came after the herd out ol the f.

2 Kings 9. 25. cast him in portion of thef. of K abotli 37. carcase shall be as duns upon the face if the f.

Job 5. 23. shall be in league with the stones of thef.

Psal. 103. 15. as a flosver of the f. he flourisheth

Cant.1. 7. 1 charge you by the roes of the f. 3. 5.

Isa. .37. 27. the inhabitants were as grass of the f. 40. 6. all flesh is grass, and as the flower of the f. 4.3. 20. the beast of the f. shall honour me 55. 12. all the trees of the f. shall clap their hands

Jer. 4. 17. as keepers o//Ae/. aJethey against her

18. 14. the snow of I^banon from the rock of thef. Lam. 4. 9. suicken for want of the fruits of the f. Ezek. 16. 7. caused thee to multiply as bud of the f,

17. 24. all trees of the f. shall know that I Lord 34. 27. the tree r/ the f. shall yield her fruit .36. 30. I will multiply the increase of the/. .39. 10. so they shall take no woopen FIELD. I.ev. 14. 7. shall let living bird loose info the i>pen/. 17. 5. bring sacrifices which they offer in the ipeuf, Jer. 9. 22. men's carcases as dung upon the openf, Ezek. 16. 5. but thou wast cast out in the open f. .32. 4. I will cast thee forth upon the open I. .33. 27. him that is in the ipenf. I will give to beasts 39. 5. tliou shalt fall uiwn the openf. saith Lord G.

FIELDS. Eiod. B. 13. the frofs died out of the houses and /. I^v. 25. 31. shall be counted as the/, of the country 27. 22. which is not of the/, of his possession Num. 16. 14. thou liast not given us inheritance of ( 20. 17. we will not pass thro'/, cr vineyards, 21. Kl Deut. 11. 15. and I will sencf grass into thy /. 32. 13. that he might eat the increase of the /. .32. their vine is as the vine of the /. of Gomorrah J«/A. 21 . 12. but the/, and villages gave they to C aleb 1 Sam. 8. 14. he will take your/, and vineyards

22. 7- will the son of Jesse give each of you / / 2.5. 15. they were a wall to us when we were in/.

1 Kings 2. 26. get thee to Anathoth, to thine own/.

FIF

■1 Kinffs Xfi. 4. liim that dietli of Baasha in/, shall fowls eat J Cliron. 16. .■?(?. let the/, rejoice and all therein

C7. '-'5. and over the store houses in the f. in cities V Chnin. ','!"). t 1(1. had vine-dressers in tniittul/. Jnhb. 10. and who semleih waters upon the/. I'.-ai. 107. .57. and sow ihe (. and plant vineyards

l.i'J. 0. we tonnd it in the.'/', ot the wood J'rm . ti. C'ti. wlule as vet he had not made the/.

C.i. 10. and enter nor"into the t. ot the tatlierless J.tff.lt'1.8. tor /'. ot 1 leshbon languish and vine ot Mh.

:!'.'. 1'-'. thc\\">hall lament for teats, the pleasant i. Jer. fi. 1','. their.f. shall he turned tootliers, ». 111.

1:!. '-'7. 1 have seen ihine ahominations in the f.

3'-\\ 15. f. shall be po>5es3ed auain in tins land 4:5. '. tioualit ' 41. men shall buy,/, lor money

.■59. 10. Nehu/ar-adan javc tlieni.(. at tiie same time

40. 7. the captains oi torces winch were inthe i. l:j. Ohnd. I'.i. they shall possess tlie.f. of I pliraim Mic. C. '-'. thev covet ^ and take them by violence

4. turning aVav. he hath divided m\\x f. Jlah. W. 17. althouuli the (. shall \\ ieid no meat Markl.Zi.Vv went throu:;h the corny, l.vke 6. ]. John 4. .'io. lift up your eves, and look on tlie.f. Jam. 5. 4. the labourers, which reaped down vour f.

Open I'll'l.h,--. T,ev. 14.5.'i. he shall let go the liviiiL' bird mXoopen f. yum. 10. It), one slain with a sword m \\\\w rpnif. ^■•>ani. 11. 11. servants are encamped in \\\\w i^pen'f. jLzei. Cy. 5. thou shalt fall upon the optn 1.

rii'.Kri:.

Gen. 40. 7. cursed be their anijer, for it was/.

Jlicut. 1:8. 5

Job 4. 111. the voice off. lion and teeth are broken

10. 16. thou huntest me as a /. lion, thou sliewest

CH. 8. nor hath the/ lion paased by it

41. 10. none is so f.tliat dare stir him up

Jsa. iy.4. and a f.kinL' shall nili; over tliem. saitli T,.

3:i.l>.>. thou shalt not see a.f. people of deep, r speech

Dan. 8. -.'?. a king of .f. countenance sliall ^tand up

llnh.\\.\\\\. horses are more r.tlian the evening wolves

]\\]al. 8. CB. two nossessed witli devils, exi eedin^ /.

Xj(X« 2;i. 5. and tliey were more/, sayimi.lie siineth

■2 'J'im.^.^. :>. lor men shall he iiuontiiitnt.f. dc- pikers

Jam. 3. 4. tiie ships w hicli are driven of./, w iiuls

•St s .A > c K H . W K \\ r H .

Fll.KCKNF.SS.

Ji'i.'iy.Ct. heswallov.eth the i;round with/, and rage

Jer. L'5. 38. land ilesolate fur the,/, of the oppressor

.ste? .A NCI.K. \\\\ H.iru.

I'lKKCKI!.

•; Sam. 10. 13. words of .ludah were/, tluinof Isr.

llKliV.

JS'iim. Cl. fi. the I.d. sent/, serpents among people

8. make thee a./. ser[ient, and set it upon a pole

Dent. 8. 15. wherein were ,/. serpents and scori 'ions

.33. ^. from Ins riaht-hand went a./, law tor thein

Pj'.CI.o. shalt make them as ay. oven in tin- anger

.I.ta. 14. CO. and his fruit shall be a.f. Hying serpent

Xl«H. 3. ("). into the midst of a/, furnace, 11, 15. ■-'!.

17. if ourG. is able to deliver us trom f. furnace

23. three men fell down into miilst of /'. furnace

C6. came near to the mouth of the./', furnace

7. y. his throne was liketlie./". flame and his whe.= l3 10. a /'. stream issued and came forth trom him

Aa/i. 'J.' + 3. the chariots shall be with./', torches J p/1.6. 16. able to quench they, darts of the wicked Jlei. 10. £7. a looking for of judgment, and /. indiL'nation

1 Pet. 4. IC. think it not strange concernim; /. trial

FlI-111." < Ifn. :>'). 1". I call bare .lacob the /". son, Tssachar ./<^■/(. 10. C4. anil they', lot came out for .Asher ■ 2 .>(7m. '.'. C3. .Abner smote Asahel undei the /". rib 3. ',7. Abner under the/, rib I! 4. fi. Ish-boslieth '-'0. 10. .loab smote Amasa in the./', rili, he diecl A>//. 6. 5. Sanballat sent the ./'. time to Nehemiah .-/•'(•!. 6. y. when he had opened the./', seal 1 saw souls y. 1. the f. angel sounded, and l' saw a star fall 16. 10. /."angel |ioured out his vial on seat of beast LI. go. the/, a sardonv.x ; the sixth, a saniius .>ff Day, P.^iHr. Firi'H n,o,ii/,. I\\tini. 33. 38. Aaron died the liist day of the/, m.

2 Kings '-5. 8. /'. m. came >. ehuzai-adan, ./cr. .'VJ. IC. ] Chron. e?. 8. tlie lifth captain for the/, month J'tra'. 8. Ezra came to .lerusalem in the /. m. o. .frr. 1. 3. carrving .lerusalem laptivc in tin- /. m.

'.'8. 1. in they, month llanauiah spake unto hie I.zei: Co. 1. in the y'. month the elders sat before nie /.ech. 7. 3. saying should I weep in the/, month!

5. when ve fasted and mourned in the' /'. month

8. ly. fast of fourth and of /'. tn. be lov aiid ijladn.

FlFlll 'iivnr. ' " Xci-. 19. C5. in the /. y. ye shall cat the fruit tliereof

1 I\\inqs 14. C5. in the /. year of king liehoboain,

Shishak came up ag. .lerusalem, C ' 'hron. IC. C.

2 Kinns 8. 16. in the/, j/. of .loram, .leliorain bet'an Jer. 36. o, in./'. >/. ot Jelioiakim, proclaimed a last ilzsk. I.e. was the /'. j/cn/- of lelioiachin's captivity

"FIFIKFN. den. 7. CO. ./'. cubits upwards did the waters prevail Kxod.ll. 14. the hanging's to bey', cubits. 15. I .'iB. It. l^v. 27. 7- then thy estimation sliall be ./'. shekels C Ham. y. 10. now /iba had /. sons, and twentv serv. ]y. 17. Ziba anil bis./', sons went over .loivfaii

1 A'ini/f 7.3. tliat lay o'n f

2 Kings 14. 17. Ama/;iah lived after .lehoasli /'. vears 20. 6. I will add to thy days y. years, and'deliver

thee from Assy ria, C Chron. 25. 2.5. /■««. .'>8. 5. F.zet. 45. 12. /. shekris shall be your maneh //(I*. 3. 2. I bouuht her to me fof- /. pieces of silver John 11. 18. Hethany w as ./. fin loi'i-s oh .lerusalem ./iets'S^. 28. they sounded, and found it /'. lathoms Oa/.1.18. 1 wentto.lerus. 1 aboile with Pctery. davs

FIFlEKNIll. 2 KingsM. 23. in /". year of Aina2;iah, JerolK), t)e2an

1 Chr. 24. 14. /. t'o liilgali |< 25. 22. y'. to .lerimoth

2 Chr. 15. 10. gathered to .lerusalei'n in tlie/. year l^uieZ. 1. in the/year of the reign of'iiberius Cesar

.FIFI FENTH day. Exod. 16. 1. canie to Sin, on /. day of second month

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Lev. 23. 6. on the f. day of tlie same month is feast

of unleavened bread to 1,. Sum. 2!!. I7. | WS. 3.

34. the /. day of tins seventh month .>liall be the

feast ot taliernacles to I/I. 3o. .\\ ,/,„. (jiy. pi.

1 Kingx 12. .'iC. on they. d. of the eiiihtli month was

.leroboam's fea.st, he ortered on the altar, 33.

I'.fth. y. IH. on tile y. day they rested yearly .21.

l.zek. 3C. 17. /. day of twelfth year came the wiiril

45.25. in /. i/./^ slut 1 1 do like in feast of seven days

FIFIY. Gen. 6. 15. the breadth of the ark shall lie /'. ciiliits 18.24 not spare tlie place for /. rmhti'ous • Co. /.T,i(/. 26. 5. /. loops sl:alt thou make, lo. | :;i',. ic. 17. 6.siialtmake /. taches of ;;old, 11. | ;!(>. 13, 18. C7. IC. shall he han;;in^s of./', cubits. .S8. 12. ;iu. 23. of cinnanioii two liundred ami /'. shekels, of sweet cahiuuis twn liuncireo and /". shekels Lev. C3. 16. alter the Ttli salibath, imniher '/. davs C7. 3. of males thv estimation /. shekels of si h'er

16. anhomerot bailey-.seed be \\ alued at y. sliek. A««i.4.o. from tbirtv \\ ears old and upward. e\\ en

foy. years old, C3, 30, 3.'', W\\. 8. C5. from the a^e ot /'. they shall serve no more 16. C. two liundred and /'. princes of the asseiiiblv

17. and biiiii; two hundred and/, censers

Co. 10. the lire devoured two hundred and./', men 31. 3i). thou shalt take one portion ofy. for I'evites 47. .Moses took one [loition of/, of man and beast / hnt. CC. CO. shall gi\\ e to damsel's lather /. shekels ./e./(.7.Cl. 1 t

1 himis 1.5. Adonilali iiad /'. men to run before him 7. C. the breadth of the house ot tile f rest /'. cubits 18. 4. hid tliem bv f. in a cave, and fed tfieiu, 13,

2 Kiniis 1. 0. a captain of/, with Ids/. II, 13.

10. then let tire consume thee and thyy. ic.

C. 7. .f. men of sons ot the prophets stooii to view 17. thev sent therefore /'. men to seek F.lijah 13. 7. lie left to .lelioaiiai; but./', horseuieu' 15. CO. Menahem exacted of each /'. shekels C5. hut I'ekali slew /. men of the" ( uli-adtes C f hr. 3. y. tiie weiylit'of nails was /'. slx-kels of -old /.:ra8.6. Ebed son of lonatii. weiitupwiili /.males Ni/i. 7. 70. the 1 irsliatha iiave to treasure (. ba^-ins l.stk •"•. 14. let a fallows be made/', cubits liiidi. 7 l.-a. :,. 3. the Ford will take av. av the captain of /. E--ek. -lo. 15. to tiie face of thi' poich were /'. cubit's CI. tlie lemitii /'. culiits, C5, Co. 33, .'JO. j '4C. 7. 4C. C. the breaddi of tlie north door was/, cubits Uoa. C. 16. w lieu one came to draw out /. \\essels Luke 7. 41. tlie one owed ."KHI pence, tlie other /'. 16.6. he said, sit down (juicklv, and write /.' John 8..'J7.thuu art not vet /'.years old, ha.-t thou seen

FlFl V-/r.

FllTA'-.wj-. Ezra 2. 22, the men of Nefophah./. and six

I'll'l Y thousand. 1 S„m. 6. 19. he smote of the people f. ihensand 1 ( hr..-). CI. tliey took of tlieir camels /'. thrusnnd IC. 33. of /eiiulun /. thousand could' keep rank .lets ly. 19. price of books burnt/, thousand pieces 11 F r\'-///;T6' thousand. Fof silver

Xnm. 1. 43. of N aphtali numh. /'.-/. t. 2. 3,i. | 26. 47.

FIFI \\fonr thSu.and. Sum. 1. Cy. of l.ssachar/.-/'e7»//(. four hundred, C.6.

FIFI Y-,Mi'tH thvsnnd. Sum. l.ol.of /ebuluii f.-serenth. fourhundred,2.8.

y WW -nine th,,i(sand. Xnm. 1.23. of Simeon numbered /.-». i/(. three liund.

I'lFTlF.^^. Kr

1 .S',m.8. 12. tlie kinu appoint him caiitaiiis over /.

2 Mnos 1. 14. fiie burnt up tlie twocaptaiiis ot /': Mark 6. 40. and thev sat down bvy'. Lu/.e

I'll'l'll'.l 11. " f.e-e. 25. 10. and ye shall hallow the f. vear

1 1 . a juiiilee >hall tliat y. year be to you", not sow

2 A/«ii.i 15.C3. ni the/.\\e'ar"of .Azarialikim; of .ludali i-'Ki, .S.

The fig-tree and its fruit are reel/ kno:in : they uere lery eomiinm in Palestine, nHf/ r/iirc is miniioii often jnade if them in 'Seripture. Our first pa- rents eoiered their 7inkedness :;ith fm-leaves. tjt". 3.7. (iitthered either from eommon .tin tries, or Jrom some if another kind, the leal es 7. hereof are mueh /art/er. 'J'his trie liatit in it a milky or fnt oily liquor ; it is le ry fruitful. .M . Tourne- fort says, that in the islands if the Archipelauo, i^ie of their fig trees f/enerally produees tuo hun- dred and fonr-seore poiind-:reiyht e/' fins. It he- eomes barren, either thn.vnh the' di feet if the abme-nientioned liquor, ::/iieh the husbandman eures by duiiii and s:reet ::nftr : or thnviih abun- dnnee thereof, uhieh is remedied by emisiiuj the supeifhtons jniee to extraiasiite. '.I he prophit i.^aiali fiaie orders to apply a lutnp of lii:s to lle/ekiah's boil ; and immediately alter lie rras eund. 2 Kings 20. 7. Physieiuns aiiree that hgs are employed -,eith (food sueeess in brinij- inij intposthume's to a ripeness, to healinti vlecrs, quinsies, and wre throats: and it is piesnmable that llezekiah had some sueh disease, thouijh the ,'Seriptnre makes no partieular nuntion of it.

It is said in .Mat. 21. 10. that .lesus' eominrj from I'lethan.v early in the morning, and Jinil- ing himself to be Inonjey, dreie near to a iwi- tree, uith a design of gathering some figs ; and seiing nothing but leaies upon it, he cursed it, and imuiediately it withered to the roof. 'J'he generality both of the aneient and modern interpreters have looked upon this aetion of our '"saviour's, as a jigitre of the rejeetion if the .lews. Ihit a diffieul/y arises, from a passage •,:hich St. Mark odds to this history, that this was not a time for ligs, Mark 11. 13. The earliest figs are in the months of .luly and Au- gust, and the latest in September and Octo- l)er. Hut ahat is related in the go.tpel eame to pass four or Jive days before (he passover, anil

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consequently before the fifteenth day from r.<<" no:on in .M.ircli. I'liii season therefore aas not a time III expert li-s : :diy then doth our :>aviour eiirse this tne .' To .lolvt this o/jfienlry, some interpreters have tran.'- laied this ja--agi. For this was not a vear fcr tigs ; they had 'iiiikd this year. But tliis rather men ases than le.-.u us the dijheuliy ; for zihy sh, aid our ^aiioiir lursi it f r hating no figs, uhen this uas nit a sia.inante year jor ivjs,, :.htn tins had Jailed thi' year/ I tin r^ translate it thus. For tliere where he was, it was a season for figs. To snji;,o:t this versh II, b.th the pointing and the eummun aeeents of the leit must be clianiied, and the J.iangelist made t.i sjeak in tio eoncise a manmr, too differi.nt from the general style of St.

lint others say, that thcugh this :ras not the time of fms, as is cvidint from .^t. .Mark, yi t there might he some of the f< rrrard kind, and our .Sa: lour might presume so, seeing the tree full if leaves. It is certain that there are for:.ard \'2^ : Isaiali compnris the bt auty 1 f >mnAr\\A to the-t early figs, z.hieh jitople iiathin'd. and ati as .,, on as they Ji and th, in. Isa. CI!. 4. .As tlie hasty fruit befiire the summer, which when he that looketh upon it, seeth it, while it is yet in Ins hand, he eat- eth it up. .Jh(/ llosea j((.(/.>, thai the Lord iowmX Jsrai I in the w ildenicss as the first ripe in the (ij-tree at her first time, llos. y. 10. And ,le remlali describe^ them as exedlent Jigs. Jer. C4. C. One basket liad very nood figs, even like the tins that are first ripe. Pliny aiknouledges, that thi re is a sort 1/ fig tree alii ays green, and ai- rways :iith fruit upon it ; some ripe, or 7 cry far adianced, ueeordina to the season ; the otlur in blossom, or Imd^, Plin. lib. 13. ( ap. 8. and lib. II'k cap. IB. In Palestine, -uhere the xiinter is •iisy mild, there micht easily be t'oruard tiirs tn ."\\lar> li ; -..h,r,fore our .s,iii„nr might look; for fins at tills season upon a lig-tiee that had hates on ; and his cursing the barren tig-tree upon this occasion, i- an ixact Jigure ef the nitrtiun of' the .lews. The lin-tree had only leaves upon It ; herein it re.-tmblid the .lews, tvho had mly th'-- uipearances of piety and religion, the fig- tree may be said to be culpable for not bearing Jruit at a time uhen, according to its kind, fruit might have been expectid from it : so the .lews i.ere criminal Jor tut bringing J'ort/i the truits oj' righteousness, jvhen our Savii nr appeared among them, lie cursed the. barren fin tree, to shore the malediction nhich r.a: ready to fall upon the incredulous and impeni- tent .lews.

To

('•en. 3. 7. they seweil ./'. leaves tonelher for aprons

y'lon. 13.C3. tl'ie.v brounhtof the poinenranatesalidy. CO. 5. it is no place of seed, or of /. or vines

1 Sam. C5. 18. Abinail took C(Ht cakes of/'. 30. IC. thev gave the I'nvptian a cake of/".

2 Kiniis C0.7. hesaid.take a lumpof /. Isa. .38. CI. 1 ( 'hron. IC. 40. tlie\\ that w ere iiinh brounht /. y'eh. 13. 15. on the sabbath Mime lirounht /'. I'ant. C. 13. the fin-tree imltetii forth her green /'. lui. 34. 4. as a falliiin /'. from the fin-tree

Jer. 8. 13. tliere shall be no f. on the tig-tree

21. 1. two ba-kels of/', one' bad verv good /". 2.3. 8. as the evil /. tliat cannot he eaten, so evil

CO. 17. I will m'ake them like vile/, not to be ei-.ttn .-imii., 7. + 14. but I was a nalhen r of w ild /'. .\\ah. 3. 12. shall he like fin trees with first ripe f. .Mat.'. 16.doniennatliery.of thi-tlesr Luke 6.4t. Jam. 3 IC. (an the tin-tree luar I'erries.or a viney..' Lev. 6. 13. as a tig tree casteth her untinulv /.'

Fl(i-i l!Fd'.. Jiidq. 0. 10. the trees said to the /". come, reign, II. 1 hiui.s 4. C5. dwelt safelv nnder his /'. .l/(,-.4. 4. C Kiniis 18. :;i. eat ever\\ one of iiis /'. Isa. :'.6. 16. /'fur. C7. 18. wlioso keepeth /'. shall cat the fruit lis. y. 10. I saw fatiiers as first-ripe intl-.e /. thereof J, el 1. 7. he hath barked mv /. and made it bare IC. the vine is dried, aml'the /. langui-hetli

C. CC. the /'. and vine do \\ield 'their strength I lab. 3. 17.'aIlliounh Ihe /.' shall not hlos-om I lag. C. 19. as \\ et tlie /.'hatli not brounht birth /.ech. 3. 10. ve sliall call e\\er\\ man under the /'. .l/«/.Cl. 10. when lie saw a /'. in wax , MarkW. 13. CO. how soon is the /'. w ithered ' Mark 1 1 . CO, 21.

CI- .-iC. learn a parable oi the /'. Mark 13. C8. Luke 13. 6. a man had a /. pla'nted in his vinev;ud 7. behold. I (ome, seekinn fruit on this /.

21. CO. heiiold the /. ami all the trees John 1. 48. when wa~t under the /'. I s.iw tliee,,W.

Fl(;-1 IM'.l.S. ■ ;V7//.8. 8. a land of wheat, barlev. vines, and/. I'sal. 105. 33. lie smote their vines also and /. J,r. 5. 17. tlie\\ shall eat up Ihv vines and f. llos. C. IC. 1 will desirov her vines and her./-.

■linos 4. o. whin \\our nanleus and /'. m. re.rsed yah. 3. IC. thv .sfroiig holils siiali he l.kc/.

'Fit. II I , .Substantive. 1 ■'^nm 17. CO. as the host was noiiij I'orth to the f.

1 7V/H.6. IC. linht tl.e nood /. ot failli.lax hold

2 7'/'hi.4.7. I have foiinht a'noody. I have finished I lib. 10. .'iC. \\e endured a nreat./. of alllictioiis

11 31. were liiadc strong, waxed valiant in/.

FHill I. /'.;*. Vent. 1. 41. then ye said, we will go np and .r. 4C. go not up, nor./', tor I am not among .voii 2. 32. Siiion and his people came toy. at .lahaz Judq. 11. IC. thou art come an. me to'/, in my latld 1 Sam. 4. 9. quit yourselves like men, andy. 17. 10. nive me a man that we may /". together C .Vim. 11. 20. why went ye so ninh when ye did f.?

1 Kings 22. 31./. riot small nor great, 2 Ohr. 18. .SO.

2 (-'hr. 18.31. compassed alxiut .letioshaphat to/. 20. 17. ve shall not need toy. in this battle

Psal. 144. 1. which teacheth my finners to/. Jer. 51. 30. the mighty men have torborn to/, M 2 163

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Zeefi. 10. 5. shall/, because the Loii! is with them

14. 11. and .hulah also shall/, at lerusalein

Ji>/m 18. 'M'l. if kingdom, then would my servants/.

1 Cor. y. 26. so/. 1, not as one that heateth the air

1 Tim. 0. 12./. the f-'ood fiiilit of faith, lay hold on

Jam. 4. 2. ye kill, ye/, and war, yetye have not

■See Batti.k.s.

KIGM'J' against.

F,xod. 1. 10. lest they join our enemies and/, ag.ws

J)eiit. 20. 10. when come niirh to a city to/, ag. it

Joxli. 10. C'5. so do to enemies ff/7ai«.i/ wlioni ye/.

11. 5. they came and pitched to/, anain^t Israel

TJ. 47- theDanites went u))to/. anainst Leshem

Jiiilg. 1.1. who shall go up first to/, agniiist them ?

.3. that we may/, against the t'anaanites

10.

11. 8. .lephthah in f. against Ammon, y.

Co. did lie ever strive ajf. Israel, or/, a.17. them ?

12. .3. why come ye this day to/, against me f

20. 20. Israel set tliemselves to/, n^rn/wi/ Hen.iamin J .S«m. 15. lii. /. against Amaletifes till consumed 2.S. 1. behold, the Philistines/, against heilah 29. 8. that 1 may not/, against enemies of kin?

1 Kings 12. 21. Kehoboam assembled all I uilah with

Benjamin to/, against Israel, 2 C/iron. 11. 1. 24. yeshall not/, ag. your brethren, 2 C/ir. 11. 4.

20. 23. but let us/, against them in the plain, 25. 22. .32. they turneil to/. agai?i.yt .lehoshaphat

C Kings 3. 21. the kinsjs were come to/, ai?. them 19.9. behold, he is come out to/, against tUee

4. Chron. 13. 12. O Israel,/, ye not««r. the I/)rd 32.2. Sennacherib purposed to/, ag. .lerusalem 35. 20. Necho came to^'. against Carchemish

AW/. 4. 8. conspired to come and /. ag. Jerusalem

Psal. 35. 1./. against them that/, against me 56. 2. they be many that/, ag. nie,0 mostllich

/to. 19. 2. they shall/, every one against his brother 29t 7- all the nations that/, against Ariel 8. the nations that/, against mount Zion

Jer. 1. 19. shall/, oj;. thee, but not prevail, 15. 20.

21. 4. wherewith ye/. 0.17. the kinsr of Babylon 5. I myself will /. against you with strong' arm

32. 24. "behold, the city is given info the hand ot Chaldeans that/, against \\U 29. 1 34. 22. 1 .37. 8.

37. 10. bad smitten Chaldeans that/, againu you X.ech. 14. 3. the Lord shall/, against those nations .Acts 5. 39. lest ye be found to/, against God

2.3. 9. if angel hath spoken, let us not f. ag. God lieu. 2. IG. /'. ag. them with the sword of my mouth

FlGHI/or. F.iod. 14. 11. T././o, you, Dent. 1. 30. | 3. 22. I 20.4.

2 Kings 10. 3. and /. fur your master's house Nell 4. 14. /./ir your brethren, sons, and wives

20. resort ye thither to us, our God shall /./or us ha. 31.4. tlie Lord shall come to f.for mount Zion

FIGH r with. T.ioi. 17.9. choose men, go out f. with Amalek .7(>.t/i. 9. 2. Canaanites irathered to/. 7vith .loshua .fndg.H. 1. when wentestto/. -eit/, the Midianites 9. .38. go out now and/. 7iit/i Abimelech 11.6. that we may/. k'uA the children of Ammon 1 6V/rt.13. 5. Philist. gathered to/. :<(V/i Israel. 28. 1.

17. 9. if he be able to/. ttiit/ime,and tokill me .32. thy servant will go and /. 7iiit/i this Philistine

C C/irim. .35. 22. .losiah disguised hims. to/, w. him Isa. .30. .32. in battles of shaking will he^. rtit/i it Jer. .32. 5. though ye/, wit/i Chaldeans, not prosper

33. 5. they came to/, wit/i the Ch»ldeans

41. 12. they took men, and went to/. 7i<. Ishmael J>an. 10. 20. 1 will return to/, uit/i prince of Persia 11. 11. the king of the south come and /. 7tit/i him

FIGHTEIH. .Exod. 14. 25. the L. /. for them against Fgvptians Josh. 23. 10. the Ixird Go

FIGIITING. Njim. 22. 1 11. peradventure 1 shall prevail in f.

1 .Sam.n. 19. Israel were/, with the Philistines

2 C/irm. 26. 11. Uzziah h;«l an host of/, men Psal. 56. 1. be merciful, () God, he/, oppresseth me

FIGHTINGS. 2 Cor. 7. 5. without were /. within were fears Jam. 4.1. whence come wars and /. among \\ou r

FIGUIIK. J)e7tt. 4. 16. lest ye make the similitude of anv/. Isa. 44. 13. he maketh it after the f. of a man " Kom. 5. 1 4. who is the/, of him that was to come 1 Cor. 4. 6. these I have in a /. traiisferrecl to myself Jlet. 9. 9. which was a t'. ot the time then present 11. 19. from whence also he received him in a/. 1 Pet. 3. 21. the like/, wliereunto even baptism

FIGUKFS. 1 R ings 6. 29. he carved with carved /. of cherubims Alts'!. 43./. which ye made to worship them 1 Cor. 10. t 6. now these things were our/. Ileb. 9. 24. holy places, which are the/, of the true

FIGUUBD. Lev. 26. + 1. neither shall ye set up r.iiy/. stone

FILF.. 1 Sam. 13. 21. yet they had a/, for the mattocks

FILL, Suhstantiie. I,er. 25. '\\^. and ye shall eat your/, insafetv J)eiit. 23. 24. then thou mayest eat grapes thy/ Prov. 7. 18. come, let us take our/, of love

FILL, yerh. Gen. 1. 22. multiply, and/, the waters in the seas , 42. 25. .loseph commanded to/, their sacks, 44. 1. I'.xod. 10. 6. the locusts shall/, thy houses 16. .32. Moses said, f. an homer of it to be kept .32. + 29. Moses said, /. your hands to-day to the L. Lev. 16. +.32. the priest, he shall /. his hand 1 ^nm. 16. 1./. thine horn with oil, and go to.lesse 1 Kings 1.+ 14. I will come in and/, up thy words

18. 33./. four barrels with water, and pour it on

1 i'lir. 29. + 5. who then is willing to/, his hand r

2 Cliron. 1 3. + 9. whosoever conicth to f. his hand .^"^8. 21. till he/, thy mouth with laughing, and lips

15.2. should a wise man/, his belly with east-wind r 20. 23. when he is about to/, his belly, (J od cast fury 2.3. 4. 1 would/, my mouth with arguments

38. 39. ory. the appetite of the voung lions

4J. 7. canst thou/, his skin with barbed irons? 164

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Psal. 81. in. open thy mouth wide, and I will/, it 83. 16./. ineir races with shame to seek thee, () L. 1 10. 6. he shall/, the places with the dead bodies Prov. 1. 13. we shall/, our houses with spoil

8. 21. to inherit substance, I will /. thei: treasures Isa. 8. 8. his winsis shall/, the breadth of thy land

14. 21. nor/, the face of the world with cities

27. 6. Isr. shall/, the face of the world with fruit 56.12. they say .we will /'. ourselv. with strongdrink

Jer. 13. 13. I will/, inhabitants with drunkenness

23. 24. do not 1 /. heaven and earth r saith the L.

33. .5. it is to/, them with the dead bodies of men 51.14. surely I will/, thee with men as caterpillars

Lzei: 3. 3. son of man,/, thy Imwels with this roll 7. 19. shall not .satisfy theirsouls nor/, their bowels

9. 7./. the courts with the slain, go ye forth

10. 2. go in,/, thine hand with coals of fire

24. 4. gather the pieces,/, it with the choice bones .30. 11. they shall/, the land with the slain

32.4. I will/, the beasts of the whole earth with fire 5. I will/, the valleys with thy height

.35. 8. I will/, his mountains with the slain 43. 1 26. they shall purge altar, and /. their hantls .^^ii/i. 1.9. who/, their masters' houses with violence JJag. 2. 7- I will/, this house with glory, saith Lord iCeeli. 9. + 15. and they shall /. both the bowls Mat. 9. 16. for that which is put in to/, it up

15. .33. whence have bread to/, such a multitude ?

23. .32./. ye up then the measure of your fathers .Mm 2. 7-/. the water-pots with water

Jx'o/n. 15. 13. (;. of hope/, you with all joy and peace J'.jili. 4. 10. he ascende

FILLI'.U. Gen. 6. 13. the earth is/, with violence through men 21. 19. Hagar went and/, the bottle with water

24. 16. liebekah/. her pitcher anil came up

26. 15. the Philistines had/, the wells with earth Exoil. 1. 7. the children of Israel/, the land 2. 16. they /. the troughs to water their Hock

28. 3. whom I have/, with wisdom, .3.5. .35.

31. 3. 1 have/, him with the Spiiit of (io-.l, .35. 31.

40. 34. the glory of the Lord /. the tabernacle, 35. Devt. 26. 12. they may eat within thy gates and be/.

31. 20. when they have eaten and/, themselves Josli. 9. 13. these liottles we/, were new and are rent

1 Kitii/s 8. 10. the clouil/. the house of the Lord 11. irlory of L./. the house, 2 Clir. 5. 14. I 7. 1, 2.

18. 35. and he/, the trench also with water

20. 27. but the .Syrians/, the country

2 Kings 3. 25. they cast every man his stone and/, it

21. 16. INIanassen/. .lerusalem witli blood, 24. 4. 23. 14. .losiah/. their places with the lionesof men

Kzra 9. 11. which have/, it from one end to another Joh 3. 15. with princes who/, their houses with silver

16. 8. and thou hast/, me with wrinkles

22. 18. yet he/, their houses with pood things Psal. 3ii. 7. tor my loins are/, with loathsome disease 71.8. let my mouth be/, with thy praise and honour 72. 19. let the whole earth be/, with his glory 80. 9. didst cause it to take deep root, it/, the land 104. 28. thou openest thine hand, are/, with go(Hj

12.3. 3. for we are exceedingly/, with contempt 4. our soul is exceedinuly /. with scorning

Prov. 5. 10. lest strangers be/, with thy wealth

25. 16. lest thou be/, with honey and vomit it .30. 16. the earth that is not/, with water

22. and for a fool when he is /. with meat Feci. 1. 8. nor is the ear/, with hearing 6. 3. and his soul be not/, with good 7. and yet the appetite is not/. Cant. 5. 2. open to me, my head is/, with dew Isa.G. 1. high and lifted np, and his 'rain/, the temp. 21. 3. therefore are my loins/, with pain

33.5. the Lord hath/. Zion with judgment

34. 6. the sword of the Lord is /. with blood 43. 24. nor/, me with the fat of thy sacrifices 65. 20. nor an old man that hath not/, his days

Jer. 15. 17. for thou hast/, me with indignation 16. 18. thev/. mine inheritance with carcases

19. 4. they have/, this place with blood of innocents

41. 9. Ishmael /. the pit with them that were slain 46. 12. and thy cry hath/, the land

51. .34. he hath/, his belly with my delicates Lam. 3. 15. he hath/, me with bitterness

.30. he is/, full with repioach Eiek.R. 17. they have/, the land with violence

10. 3. and the cloud /. the inner court

11. 6. ye have/, the streets with the slain 28. 16. they/, the midst of thee with violence .36. '.VA. waste cities shall be/, with flocks of men 43. 5. the glory of the Lord /. the house, 44. 4.

7)flM. 2. 35. the stone cut out f. the whole earth Nah. 2. 12. the lion/, his holes with prey Hal). 2. 16. thou art/, with shame for glory Hag. 1. 6. ye drink, but ye are not/, with drink Zech. 9. 13. I have/, the bow with liphraim Mat. 27. 48. one of them ran, and/, a spunsre with vineEar, Mart 15. .36. .John 19.29. il/nr*2. 21. new piece that/, it up takefh from old

7- 27. .lesus said, let the children first he/. Lnke 1.53. he hath/, the hungry with good thinrs

2.40. .lesus waxed stron;.' in spirit,/, with wisdom

5. 7- and they came and/, both the ships

14. 23. compel them to come, that my house lie f.

15. 16. would fain have/, his belly'with husks John 2. 7. anil they/, them up to the brim

6. 13. they/, twelve baskets with frasrments

16. 6. I said these things, sorrow hath/, your heart Acts 2. 2. as of a rushing mighty wind, /. the house

4. 8. then Peter, /. with the Holy Ghost, said

5. 3. w hy hath Satan/, thine heart to lie to 1 1. fihost ? 28. ye have/, .lenisalem with your doctrine

9. 17. that thoumightest be/, with the Holy Ghost 13. 9. Paul,/, with the Holy Ghost, set his eyes Horn. 1. 29. being/, with all" unrishteousness 15. 14. that ve also are/, with all knowledge 24. if first 1 be somewhat/, with your company 2 Cor. 7. 4. I am/, with comfort. 1 am joyful Eph. 3. 19. might be/ with all the fulness of God

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Eph.5. 18. he not drunk with wine, but/, with '"pirit Phil. 1.11. being/, with the fruits of rigliieoiisiitss Col. 1. 9. might be/", with the knowleik.eof hi.s will 2 Tim, 1. 4. fliat I iiiay be/, with joy .Tarn. 2. 16. depart in peace, be ye warmed and /, Rev. 8. 5. angel/, ihe censer with the fire of the alt£i

15. 1. for in them is/, up the wrath of {iotl 18.6. in the cup which she hath/, fill to her double

^hall ie FlLLKl). Erod. 16. 12. in morning ye shall he f. with bread Num. 14.21. the earth shall he f. with glory of L. 2 Kings 3. 17. that valley shall hef. with water Prov. 1. 31. they .(//o///(e/. with their own devices. 3. 1(1. so.t7(o//thy barns he t. with plenty 12.21. but the wicked shall he], with mischief 14. 14. the backslider shall hef. with his own way* 18.20. with the increase of his lips *//«// he hej'. 20. 17. afterward his mouth shall he f. with gravel 24. 4. ami by knowledge shall the chambers he J. Jer. 13. 12. every bottle shall he f. Avith wine Ezei-. 2.3.33. thou shalt hef. with drunkenness .39. 20. thus ye s/iitfl hef. at my table w ith horse* llah. 2. 14. earth shall hef. with knowleilge of Lord /.ech. 9. 15. and they shall hef. like bowls Ai«^5.6. blessed are they that hunger, they shall hef. Luke 1. 15. .lohn shall hef. with the Holy (ihost 3. 5. every vnWey shall he f. mountain brought low 6. 21. blessed ye that hunger now, ye shall he f.

Has FILLLD. Gen. 6. 11. and the earth Teas f. with violence

1 Kings'!. 14. ami Hiram uasf. with wisiUun

2 Kings 3. 20. and the country aasf. with water 2 Chron. 5. 13. then the house uasf. with a cloud

16. 14. the bed which aai/. with sweet odours Psal. 126. 2. then our mouth teas f. with laughter Isa. ft. 4. and the house a'«f ./'. with smoke

Jer. 51. 5. tho' their land Tcasf. with sinag. Holy I'.zek. 10. 4. and the house 7iasf. with the cloud Lvke 1. 41. Klisabeth 7cas f. with the Holy Ghost

67. Zacharias Tcasf. with the Holy Ghost John 12. 3. house uasf. with the odour of ointment Acts 19. 29. the whole city aaj/. with confusion Rev. 15. 8. and the temple 7oas I. with smoke

Were FILLFD. Ilos. 13. 6. according to their pasture so were tliey /. they 7cere f. and their heart was exalted Lvke 4. 28. when they heard, they ueref. with w ra.

5. 26. they glorified God, and iere f. with fear

6. 11. they vieref. with madness, and communerf

8. 23. they 7cere f. with water, and in jeopardy John 6. 12. when they vieref. he said, gather up

26. because ye did eat of the loaves, and -.cere f- Acts 2. 4. they were all/, with the Holy G host, 4. 31. .3. 10. they uere f. with wonder and amazement 5. 17. rose up, and ueref. with indignation 1.3. 45. the lews Tcere f. with envy, and spake 52. disciples ae/e/. with joy and the Holy Ghcs» liev. 19. 21. all the fowls 71'eref. with their flesh ■See I". AT.

FiLLi'.n.sr

Veiit. 6. 11. and houses full, which thou/, nut Ezek. 27. 33. when wares went forth,/, many peep fc-

FILLFsr. Ps, 17. 14. whose belly thou/, with thy hid treasure

FlLLKl II. Joh 9.18. but he/, me with bitterness Psal. 84. 6. the rain also /. the pools 107. 9. he/, the hunary soul with goodness 129. 7- wherewith the mower/, not his hand 147. 14. he/, thee with the finest of the wheat Eph. 1. 23. the fiilne.«s of him that/, all in all

FILLET. Jer. 52. 21. a/, of twelve cubits did compass it

FILLKIS. Exod. 27. 10. the hooks of the pillars, and their l\\ shall be of silver, 11. j ;«!. 10. 11, 12, 1", 19- 36. .'18. he overlaid their chapiters and/, with gold

FILLF.Tkl). Exod.^7. 17. all shall be/, with silver, 38. 17. 38. 28. he overlaid their chapiters and /. them

FlLLlNti. Acts 14. 17./. our hearts with food and gladness

FILTH. Lev. 1.+ 16. pluck away his crop with/, thereof Isa. 4. 4. when the Lord washed away the/, of Zior* Nah. .3. 6. 1 will cast abominable f. upon thee 1 Cor. 4. 13. we are made as the/, of the world 1 Pet. 3. 21. not putting away the/, of the flesh

FILIIIY. Joh 1.5. 16. how much more abomina. and/, ismaaf Psal. 14. 3. they are altogether become/. 53. 3. Isa. (54. 6. all our righteousnesses are as/, rags Zeph. 3. 1. woe to her that is/, and polluted Zech. 3. 3. loshua was clothed with /. garments

4. takeaway the/, garments from hirii Col. 3.8. you also put off/, communicat. from mou;^

1 Tim. 3. 3. no striker, not greedy of/, lucre, 8. 'Tit. 1. 7. not soon anL'ry, not given to/, lucre

11. teaching thinsis for"/, lucre's sake, 1 Pet. 5. 2.

2 Pet.'i.'i. Lotvexeil with /.conversation of wicked Jnde 8. likewise these/, dreamers defile the flesh Rev. 22. II. he that is/, let him be/. -SfiU

F1LIH1NF.S.S. 2 C//rft)(.29.5.carry out the/, out of the holy place- Ezra 6. 21 . had separated fi om the /. of the heathe*

9. 11. unclean land with the/, of the people Pro:; 30. 12. ami vet is not washed from their/. Isa. 28. 8. for all tables are full of vomit and I'. Jer. 5. +.30. astonishment andy. i.> commilted inland"

23. + 14. 1 have seen/, in the prophetsof. lerusalem I,am.\\. 9. her/, is in her skirts, ren>eiub. not heread /':e/-. 16. .36. because thy y. was poured out

22. 15. and I will consume thy/, out of (he€

24. II. that the/, of it may be molten in it

13. in thy/, is lewdness : because 1 have purged thee, and thou wast not purged, thou shalt

not be purged from thy /. .so. vo. from all your/, will I '.leanseyou 2 Cor."!. 1. let us c-leanse oureelv. f'romali /. of flesh

Eph. 5. 4. n.or let/, he once nair.eci among you Jam. 1 .2! . w heretore lay apan all/.receive the word Rev. 17. 4. cup full of abominat. and/, of fornirBf.

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FINALLl.

2 Cor. 13. 11./. my brethren, farewell, Eph. 6. 10. Phil. i. 1. 1 4. B. i Thess. 3. 1. 1 Pet. i. 8. FIND

Signifies, [1] To convert, or recover a thing that was iost, Luke 15. 8, 9, 'i". [C] To invent, or dttcover, 2 Chron. 2. 14. [3] To hum eiperimentally, Kom. 4. 1. Rev. 2. 2. [4] 'Vb obtain uhat uie leant attd desire ff Ood, Alaf. "• 7. [5] To come to. Job 3. 'JS. [rtj 7b midersiand throughly, .loh 11.7. [7] To do, or perform. Isa. 58. 13. L81 'i'li jr««i-, .lob 33. ID. [y] To happen upon uithoiil ■teeiitig, Gep. ST. 15. [10] To choose a>ul apyoin!. Acts 1.3. 22. [11] To turn to, or light on, Luke 4. 17. [12] To observe. Mat. 8. 10.

To timJ, ts used sumetime» for to Httack, to surprise one's enemies, to discover their ambushes. It is understood in this sense, .ludg. 1. 5. 1 ney found Adoni-kezck in Bezek. They attacied him there. And, 1 Sam. 31. 3. according to the Hebrew, the archers helongmg to the Philistines found Saul, dhey attacked him. In this sense some explain that passage in Uen. 36. 24. I his was that Atuth that found the mules in the wilderness. In the Hebrew, iie found the Emims. These Kmiins are believed to be powerful people ; Deut. 2. 10, 1 1 . 'Ihe jt,'mi»/x dwelt therein in times past, a people great, and many, and tall, as the .Inaiims, Ac. tcho also were neighbinirs to the Horites here spoken iif, as appears from Gen. 14. 5,6. Anah therefore found a tro,ip of these people : he surprised, attack- ed, and defeated them. Others render the Hebrew word .lemiin, tchich is no where else used, by waters ; that he found out some springs of water, uhich in those hot countries were rare and precious ; or, hot waters, some hot and medicinul springs. Others again mules, as in our translation ; that he found out the way of the generation of mules, by the copulatun of an ass and a mare.

<^en. 19. 11. they wearied themselves to/, the door .32. 19. you shall speak to Esau, when you/, him

?tum. 32. 23. be sure your sin shall/, you out .'J5. 27. the revensrer of blood /. him without city

Veut. 22. 25. a man/, adamsel and lie with her. 28.

Judg. 17. 8. to sojourn where he could /. a place, 9.

Hiuh 1. 9. the L. jirant ye may /. rest, each of you

1 Sam. 20. 21. sayins, go,/, out Ihe arrows, .36. 24. 19. if a man/, his enemy, will he let him go?

1 Kings 18. 5. perailv. we may /. grass to save horses C Chron. 2. 14. (o/. out every device be put to him

32. 4. why should Assyria come and/, much water.' Job 23. 3. O that 1 knew where 1 might/, him

.34. 11. cause every man to/, according to his ways Psal. 10. 15. seek out his wickedu. till thou/, none Prov. 2. 5. thou shalt/. the knowledge of God

4. 22. my words are life to those that/, them

a. 9. they are right to them that/, knowledge

12. I /. out knowledge of witty inventions £j-ci. 7. 14. a man should/, nothing tor him

27. counting one by one, to/, out the account

12. 10. he sought to/, out acceptable words Cant. 5.8. iff. my beloved, tell him I am sick of love /sa. .34. 14. the screech-owl shall /. a place of rest

58. 3. in the day of your fast you /. pleasure .Ter. 10. 18. will distress them, that they may /. it so /.am. 1. 6. are become like harts that/, no i)asture

8. 9. her prophets also/, no vision from God

Van. 6. 4. the princes sought to/, occasion against

Daniel, out could/, none occasion nor fault

5. shall not /. except we /. it concerning law of G .

Mat. 7. 14. sti-ait is gate^and few there be that/, it

18. 13. and if so be that he/, it, he rejoiceth more Mark 11. 13. if haply he might/, any thing thereon

13. .36. lest coming suddenly, lie/, you sleeping Lnie 6.7. that they might/, an accusation as;, hfm

" 12. 38. and /. them so, blessed are those servants 13. 7. he said 1 come seeking fruit and f. none 15. 4. and go after that which is lost, till he/, it 8. doth she not seek diligently till she/, it? John 10. 9. he shall go in and out, and/ pasture ActsT. 40. desired to/, a tabernacle forG. of .lacob 17. 27, they might feel after him and /. him 23. 9. scribes, saying, we/, no evil in this man Mom. 9. 19. thou wilt say, why doth he yet/, fault > 2Cor.9.4. they come with me, and.f. you imprepared

2 Tim. 1. 18. he may /. mercy ofthe L. in that day

i^« Favoijr. Can or canst FIND. G«n. 41 . 38. Phar. said, ran we/, such a one as this is.' Ezod. 5. 11. go, get you straw where you canf. it Ezra 7. 16. all the silver and gold thou canst f. Job 3. 22. and are glad when they canf. the grave 11. 7- canst thou by searching /. out God ? canst thou/, out the Almighty unto perfection.' Prov. 20. 6. but a faithful man who canf.? 31.10. who canf. a virt. woman price above rubies' Eccl. 3. 11. no man canf. out the work f ;o

Cannot FIN D. Gen. 38. 22. he returned, and said, T cannot/, her 1 Kings 18. 12. if he cannot f. thee, he will slay me Job 17. 10. I cannot I', one wise man among you .37. 23. touching Almighty, we cannot f. him out £<•<■/. 8. 17- a man cannot f. out the work under sun

FIN U prace. Oen. 32. 5. 1 may /. grace in thy sight, Erod. 33. 13. ,■33. 8. these are to/, grace in the siuht of my lord 15. let me /. gr. || 34. 1 1 . let me /. pr. in vour eyes 47. 25. let U3 f. grace in the sight of my lord liuih 2. 2. in whose sight 1 shall /. grace

1 6'am. 1. 18. let thy handmaid/, grace in thy sight

2 Sam. 16. 4. that I may /. grace in tliy siglit, O king Hei. 4. 16. that we may /'. gr. to help in time of need ^ i FIND.

28. if //.there forty five II 30. if J f. thirty there Psal. 1.32.5. till //. out a jilace for the Lord £ccl. 7. 26. and //. more bitter than death the

woman Cant.S. 1. when /should/, thee, I would kiss thee Jer. 45. 3. 1 fainted in my sighing, and //. no rest

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Lute 23. 4. Pilate saiti to the chief priests, //. no fault in this man, John 18. .'JB. 1 19. 4, 6. Rom. 7. 18. to perforin that which is good If. not 21. //. then a law, that when 1 would do good \\ot FIND, or FIND twt. Erod. 16. 25. to-day ye shall not f. it in the field Lev. 12. t 8. if her hand ./'. twt sutticiently

1 Sam. 23. 17. .'>aul my father shall not f. thee

2 .Vam. 17. 20. had sovight, and could iwtf. them Prov. 1. 28. they shall seek me early, but they shall

7iiit f. uie, JIos. 5. 6. Joint 7. 34, 36. Eccl. 7. 28. which my soul seeketh, but 1 /. nut ('ant. 5.6. I sought him, but 1 could not J. him />«. 41. 12. seek them, but shalt notf. them, Hos. 2.7. Dan. 6. 5. we shall luitf. any occasion against D^n. Ilos. 2. 6. make a wall that she sholl iwtf. her paths Amos. 8. 12. shall run to seek the word, and notf. it Luke 5. 19. Juitf. what way they might bring liim

19. 48. could notf. what they might do to .lesus John 7. 35. whither go, that we shall no//, him Rom. 7. 18. how to do that which is good, I /. not 2 (.'or. 12. 20. I shall nutf. you such as I would Rev. 9. 6. shall men seek death, and shall 710//. it

Shall, or shalt FIND. Gen. 44. + 34. lest I see the evil that shallf. my father Deut. 4. 29. if thence thou seek L. thou shalt f. him

28. tj5. thou shalt f. no ease among these nations Judg. y. .33. then niayestdo as thou shalt f. occasion

1 Sam. 9. 13. ye shall f. him l>efore he go up to eat 10. 2. there >hallf. two men hy Uachel's sepulchre

+ 7. thou shalt do as thy hand shall f.

2 Kings 7. 1 9. if we tarry, we shall f. punishment 2 Chr. 20. 16. ye shall f. them at end of the brook

30. 9. your brethren and child, shall f. compassion Ezra 4. 15. thou shalt f. in the book of records Psal. 17. 3. thou hast tried me. and shalt f. nothing

21. 8. thy hand shall f. out all thine enemies Prov. 1. 13. we shall f. all precious substance

8. 17. they that seek me early shall f. me, Jer. 29. 13.

16. 20. that handleth matter v> iie]y, shall f. good 19. 8- he that keepeth understanding jAa///. good

Eccl. 11.1. for thou shalt f. it after many days Jer. 2. 24. in her month they shall f. her 6. 16. ye shall f. rest toyoursouls, Mat. 11. 29. Hos.i" 8. in labours they shall f. none iniquity in me Mat.\\. 7. seek and ye shall f. Luke 11.9. 10. 39. he that loseth his life for my sake shall f. it 17- 27. thou shalt f. a piece of money, that take

21. 2. ye shall f. an ass tied, and a colt, Mark 11.2.

22. 9. as many as ye shall f. bid to the marriage 24. 4(). whencomeih, s.f. so doing, Luke 12. .37, 43.

Luke 2. 12. 3e shall f. babe wrapt ill swaildl. clolhes 18. 8. .Sonof mancometh, j/ia//he/. faith on earth > John 21. 6. cast the net on the right side, ye shall f. liev, 18. 14. and thou shalt f. thehi no more at all FIND for.

Gen. 31. 32. with whomsoever thou/, thy gods Ezek, 3. 1. eat that thou/, eat this roll, and go speak

FINDEllI, Gen. 4. 14. every one that/, me shall slay me Dent. 19. + 5. the head slippeth, and/, his neighbour Job .33. 10. behold, he/, occasions against me Psal. 119. 162. 1 rejoice at word, as one that/, spoil Prov. 3. 13. happy is the man that/, wisdom

8. .35. whoso/, me,/, life, shall obtain favour of Ld.

14. 6. ascorner seeketh wisdom, and/, it not

17. 20. he that hath a froward heart, /. no good

18. 22. whoso/, a wife/, good thing, obtains favour 21. 10. his neighbour/, no favour in his eyes

21. he that followeth after mercy/, life and honour Etcl. 9. 10. whatsoever thy hand/, to do, do it Lam. 1. 3. she dwells among heathen, she/, no rest Hos. 14.3. for intliee the fatherless/, mercy Mat. 7.8. and he that seeketh/. Luie 11. 10. 10. .39. he that /.his life shall lose it 12.43. walketh thro' dry places, seeking rest,/, none 44./. it empty , swept, and garnished, Luke 11. 25. 26. 40. he / his disciples asleep, Mark 14. 37. John 1. 41. he first/, his own brother Simon 4.3. .lesKs/. Philip 1145. Philip/. Nathaneel 5. 14. afterward Jesus/, him in the temple

FINDING. Gen. 4. 15. lest any /. Cain should kill him " .fob 9. 10. who doeth thin-js past /. out and wonders Psal. 32. + 6. every one shall pray in a time of/. Isa. 58. 13./. thine own pleas, nor speaking words luke 11. 24. unclean spirit seeking rest a:;.!/, none Acts 4. 21./. nothing how they might punish them

19. 1. Paul came, and/, certain disciples. 21. 4. 21. 2. /. ship sailing over to Phenicia, went alxiard

Rom. 11. .33. unsearchable, and his ways past f. ouf lleb. 8. 8. for/, fault with them, ne saith, behold

FINK. Job 28. 1. there is a place fo.- gold where they/, it

FINK. Fzra 8. 27. anil two vesseis Oi"/. copper, as gold ,Tob 28. + 15./. gold shall not be given for wistlom /««. 19. 9. they that work in /. flax be confounded Rev. 1. 15. his feet like unto /. brass, 2. 18.

FINK.*.Kr. Lev. 2. 1. his offering shall be of f. flour. 24. 5. 4. cakes of/. Jluur mingled with oil. 5. 7- 1 7 12. 14. 10, 21. 123. 13. iVHwi. 6. 15. 17- 13, 19, 25, 31, .37, 43, 49, 55, 61. 1 8. 8. 5. 11. the tenth part of anephah of f. flour, 6. 20.

1 Kings 4. 22. thirty measures of/, flour in one day

2 KingsT. 1. measure /.T&u/r sold for shekel, 16. 18.

1 Chr. 9.29. were apiminted tooversce/..A>ttr, 23.29. Ezek. 16. 13. thou ifidst eat f. flour, honey, and oil

19. 1 gave thee / ./?

2 Chr. 3. 5. reding, which he overlaid with/, gold 8. the most hol.v he overlaid with/, gold

.Job 28. -t 15./. «r''/i/ shall not be given for wisdom 17. exchange of it shall not be for jewels of/, gold

31. 24. or said to/, cold, thou art my confidence Psal. 19. lO.aremorctobedesiredthanmuch/.ffo/rf

1 19. 127. I love thy commamlments above /. gold i'rov. 3. 14. and the gain of wisdom than /. gold

8. 19. my fruit is better than gold, than/, gold

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Prov. 25. 12. as an ornament off. gold, so is a reprover Cant. 5. 11. his head is as most/, gold locks bushy

15. his legs are as pillars set on sockets off. goU La. 13. 12. will make a man more precious than/, g. l^m. 4. l.how is the most/, gold changed !

2. the precious sons of Zion comparable to /. gold Dan. 2. .'12. this image's head /. gold, breast of silver 10. 5. whose loins were girded with/, gold of Uphaz Zech. y. 3. 1 y rus heaped/, gold as mire of tlie streets

Fl N E linen. Gen. 41. 42. Pharaoh arrayed him in vest. of/, linen Ezjri. 25. 4. this is the offering ye shall take, /. lineti 26. 1. w ith ten curtains off. twined linen 31. the vail off. linen, %. 35. 2 Chron. 3. 14. 36. thou shalt make an hanging of /. twined linen, 27. 9, 16, 18. 1 36. .57. 1 38. 9, 16, 18.

28. 5. take gold and /. linen to make garments 6. shall make the ephcxl of /'. linen, 39. 2.

8. girdle /. linen, 39. 5, 29. ll 15. breast-plate, 39.8. 39. thou shalt embroider the coat of/, linen, and thou shalt make the mitre of y. linen 35. 6. let him bring an offering of/, linen 23. every man with whom was found /. linen 25. the women brought of scarlet aud/. linen 35. them hath he filled with wisdom to work ali manner of w 01k aud /. linen, 38. 23. 2 Chron. 2. 14. .36. 8. that wrought curtains off. linen and blue 39. 27. they made coats off. linen for Aaron 28. made a mitre off. linen, and bonnets off, linen 1 Chron. 4. 21. families of them that wrought/, linen 15. 27. David was clothed with a robe of f. linen I.sth. 1 . 6. were hangings fasten, w itli cords off. linen 8. 15. Mordecai went with a garment off. linen Prov. 7. 16. I have decked my bed with/, linen 31. 24. she maketh/. linen, and selleth'it Isa. 3. 23. the J^ord will take away the/, linen Eiek. 16. 10. I girded thee about withy, linen

13. thy raiment was of/, linen and silk 27. 7. /• linen from Egypt was to lie thy sail

16. Syria occupied in thy fairs with /. linen Mark 15. 46. Joseph bought/, linen and wrapped Luke 16. 19. rich man clothed in purple and /. Ii?ten Rev. 18. 12. merchandise off. linen depart, from thee

16. that city clothed in/, linen is come to nought

19. 8. to her was granted to be arrayed in /. linen

14. the armies in heaven were clothed in /. linen

Fl N E meal.

Gen. 18. 6. make ready three measures off. meal FINER.

Prov. 25. 4. there shal I come forth a vessel for the / F1NE.ST.

P-fal. SI. 16. have fed thee with the/, of the wheat 147. 14. he filleth thee with the/, of tlie wheat FIMNG.

Prov. 17. 3./. pot is for silv. furnace for gold, 27. 21. FINGER.

The finger of God sigtiifies his power, his opera- tion. Pharaoh's magicians discovered the hnger of Go

To put forth one's finger f.f a bantering, insvltinff ge-Hure. Isa. 58. 9. If thou take away from the midst of thee the yoke, and the putting out ofthe finger. // thou take away from the midst of thee the chain or yoke wherewith thou overwhelmest thy debtors, and forbear pointing at them, and using jeering and insulting gestures. Some take this for a menacing or threatening gesture.

Exod. 8. 19. the magicians sai

29. 12. put of the bloo

Lev. 4. 6. priest shall dip his /. in the blood and sprinkle it, I7, 25, 30, 34. | 8. 15. 19. 9. 1 16. 14, 19.

14. 16. thepriestshalldiphis right/, in the oil, and sprinkle of the oil with his/, seven times, 27.

Kum. 19. 4. priest shall take of her bIoo

1 Kings 12. 10. my little/. thicker,2 Chron. 10.10. /i«. ^. y. if take away Ihe putting forth of the/. Luke 11. io. kT with the/, of God cast out devils

16.24. that he may dip the tip of his/, in water John 8. 6. and with iiis/. wrote on the ground

20. 25. ann pin mj /. into the print of the nails 27. reach hitner thy I- and behold my hands

FINGERS.

2 Sam. 21. 20. on every hand six/. 1 Chr. 20. 6. Psal. 8. 3. when consi

144. 1. the lx)rd, who teaclieth my/, to fight Prov. 6. 13. a wicked man teacheth with his/. 7. 3. bind them on thy f. write them on thy heart Cant. 5. 5. and my/, with sweet-smelling myrrli Isa. 2. 8. that which their own/, have made, 17. 8. 59. 3. hands defi led with blood, and /. with iniquity Jer. 52.21. the thickness of one pillar four/. Dan. 5. 5. came forth /. of a man's hand, and wrote Mat. 23. 4. they bind heavy burdens, but they will not move them with one ot their/. Luke 11.46. Markl. 33. and he put his/, into his ears and he spit

FINISH. To bring to pass, fulfil, perfect. Our hie.'ted Ij>rd said on the cro.ts. It is finishetl, John 19. .30. Our gnat Redeemer, by what he did and suffered, performed the will of God, and the whole work which the I'niher gave him to do ; which was to obtain eternal redemption. He was the ivbstitnce and end of all the types, and the legal dispensa- tion, lie completed and finished rightioiisness, removed the curse, and radically completed our solvation. Gen. 6. 16. and in a cubit shalt thou /. it alove Dan. 9. 24. to/, transgression, and make end of sm Zech. 4. 9. Zcnibbabel's hands shall also/, it 165

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Mai. 10. + 23. ye stiall not/, the cities of Israel

l.uke 14. 28. whether he have suthcient to J. ag. after laid the foundation, anil is notahle to/, it 30. this man bef;an to huild, was not able to/.

Joint 4. .34. my meat is lodo his will, and/, his work 5. .36. works which the Father hath given me to/.

Acts 20. 24. that 1 misht/. my course with joy

Rom. 9. 28. for he willy, the work, and cut short

2 Cor. b. 6. so he would also/, in yon the same !(racc

Phil. 1. f 6. he that hath begun, will also/, it FlNlSllf.U.

Gen. 2. 1. thus the heavens anil the eailh were/.

Exod. 39. .32. thus was all the work/. 40. 3.3.

X)e«/.31. 24. an end of writing, till they were/.

Josh. 4. 10. the priest stood, till every thinsr was/.

Miith^. 18. the man not rest, till he have/. the thinj;

1 Kings 6. 9. Solomon built the house and /. it, 14, 22, .38. 2 Chron. 5. 1. I 7. 11. 7. 1. Solomon/, all liis house. 9. 1,25. 2 Chr.H. 16. 22. so w:

1 Vhr. 27. 24. Joal) besan to miinber, but he /. not 28.20. Lord not fail thee, till thou hast /. the work

2 Vhr. 24. 14. and when they had/ the repairing 29. 28. the sinaers sang, till biirnt-oft'ering was/. 31. 7. they/, the heai)3 in the seventh month

A'sra 4. + 12. the Jews have/, the walls

5. 16. hath it been in building, and yet it is not/.

6. 14. the elders of the Jews built and /. it, 15. JKeh. 6. 15. so the wall was/, in lifty-two days Dan 5. '21). (iod hath numbered thy kingd. and /. it

12. 7. all these thincs shall be/. Mat. 13. 53. when J'es s had/, these parables 19. 1. when Jesus had/, these sayings, 2t>. 1. John 17. 4. I have/, the work thou gavest me to do 19. 30. he said, it is/, and he bowed his heaii Acts 21. 7. when we had /. our course from J yre 2 r«m. 4.7. 1 have/, my course,! have kept the failh Hei. 4. 3. the works were/, from the foundation Jam. 1. 15. sin, when it is/, bringeth forth death Jiev. 10. 7. the mystery ot God should be/. 11. 7. when witnesses shall have/, their testimony £0.5. lived not, till the thousand years were/.

FIMSIIKK. Hei. 12. 2. looking to Jesus, author and/, of our faith

FI N S. JLev. ll.g.whatever hath/ and scales eat, Devl.^^.9. 10. that hath not/, shall be an abomination, 12. FIRE Is one of the finer elements, which not only affords light and heat, hut uhereiit liieaise ~ue try and purge metals. God hath often appeared in fire, and encompassed with fire ; as uhen he sheued himself in the burning ivsh, and descended on mount Sinai in the midst of flames, thunderitigs, and lightning, Exod. 3. 2. 1 19. 18. lire is a symbol if the holiness and justice of God : Ihe Lord thy Gixl is a consuming fire, Deut. 4. 24. lie shewed himself to his prophets, Isaiah, Ezekiel, and St. .lohn in the midst of fire, ha. 6. 4. Ezek. 1. 4. liev. 1. 14. The Psalmist de- scribes the chariot of God as all iti a flame, Psal. 18. 12, 13, 14. Ajid it is said that God vfill appear in the midst of fire at his second coming, 1 Ihess. 1. 8. Daniel saps, that a fiery stream issued and came forth from before him ; noting the speedy eiecvting of his jvdgments for the terror of the wicked and comfort of the godly, Dan. 7. 10. The wrath of Gb^ is compared to fire, Psal. 18. 8. and the effects of his wrath, which are war, famine, and other scojtrges, are described under the same idea, Psal. 66. 12. Jer. 48. 45. Our Saviour is compared to fire. Mai. 3. 2. He is like a refiner's fire, and like fuller's soap. //e shall consume the wicked by his judgments, and purify those who are sincere by his doc- trine. 'Ihe Holy Ghost likewise is compared to fire. JMat. 3. 11. He shall baptize you with the Holy Ghost and with fire. To verify this prediction, Jesus sent the Holy Ghost who de- scended upon his disciples in the form of tongues, or like sparks of fire, Acts 2. 3. It is the work of the tloly Spirit to enlighten, purify, and sanctify the soul, and to i)tfiame it with love to God, and zeal for his glory. The angels them- selves, as the ministers of God, are compared to a burning fire, speedy and irresistible in the ex- ecutio7t of his commands, Psal. 104. 4. The lard, or his angel, led the Israelites in their journey through the wilderness, un^jter the form of a pil- lar e/fire, Exod. 13. 21. Fire from heaven fell frequently on the victims sacrificed to the Lord, as a mark of his presence and approbatimi. It is thought that God in this manner expressed his acceptance of Abel's sacri- fices. Gen. 4. 4. When the Lord made a cove- iiant with Abraham, a fire, like that oj a fur- nace, passed through the divided pieces of the sa- crifices, and consumed them, (>en. 15. 17. Fire fell upon the sacrifices which Moses offered at the dedication of the tabernacle. Lev. 9. 24. And upon tlwse of Manoah, Samson's father, Judg. 13. 19, 20. Upon Solomon's at the dedication cf the temple, 2 Chron. 7- 1- ^nd upon Elijah's ot mount C'armel, 1 Kings 18. .38. Whe torments of hell are described by fire, both in the Uld and New Testament. Moses inveighing against the Israelites, who rebelled against the jLord, says to them ; A fire is kindled in mine anscr, and shall burn unto the lowest hell, Deut. 32. 22. Isaiah »* still more express, Mho among us shall dwell with the devour- ing fire r who among us shall dwell with ever- lasting burnings.' Isa. .33. 14. And in chap. 66. 24. 'Iheir worm shall not die. neither shall their fire be quenched. Our Saviour makes use of the same similitude, to represent Ihe punishment of the damned, Mark 9. 44. He likewise speaks frequently of the eternal fire prepared for the devil, his angels, and repro- bates. Mat. 25. 41. The sting and remorse of conscience is the worm that will never die : 166

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and the wrath of God upon their souls and bodies, the fire that shall never go out. There are like- wise who maintain that by worm is to be under- stood a common, living, and material, not an al- legorical and figurative worm ; a>jrf by fire, a real, elementary, and material fire. Amung the maintainers of this opinion are Austin, Cyprian, t hrysostom, Jerome, ivc. The word of God is compared to fire, Jer. 23. 29. Is not my word like as a fire f // is full of life and efficacy ; like a fire, it warms, melts, and heals my people, and is po-xerful to consume the dross, and burn up the chaff' and stubble, .'ind the apostle says, tl^t every man's doctrine should be tried by fire, tliat is, by the light cf the word, of what nature it is, whether it he true or false, sound atid solid, or corrupt and frothy, 1 Cor. 3. 13. Fire ».f likewise taken for persecution, dissension, and divisioji. Luke 12. 49. I am come to send fire on the earth ; that is. Upon my coming and publishing the gospel, there will follow, through the devil's malice, and the corrup- tiim of men, much persecution to the professors thereof, and manifold divisions in the world, whereby men icill be tried whether they be faith- ful or 7iot. The church of God is compared to a tire. Uiad. 18. Lhe house of Jacob shall be a fire : The church shall subdue all her enemies. Carnal vain shifts of men's o-wn devising, whereby they seek to support, relieve, and comfort them- selves against the judgments denounced against them, are likewise compared to fire, Isa. 50. 11. As are also the lies, slanders, and other provoking speeches cf ungodly men ; Prov. 16. 27. And in his lips there is a burning fire. Gen. la. + 17. a lamp of/, passed betw. those pieces 22.6. Abraham took/, in his hand, and a knife

7. my father, behold the/, and the wood, but where Exod. 3. 2. and behold, the bush burned with/.

9. 23. Lord sent hail and the/, along on ground

24. there was hail, and/, mingled with the hail

12. 8. shall eat the fiesh in that night roast with/. 9.

19. 18. the Ld. descended upon mount Sinai in/.

22. 0. if/, break out, and catch in thorns

,32. 24. then 1 cast gold into/, and came this calf

40. 38. and/, was on the tabernacle by night through

air their journey, A «»i. 9. 16. iJeut. l.Xi.

Lev. 1. 7. the sons of the priest shall put/, on the

altar, and lay wood in order upon the/.

8. upon the wood that is in the/. 12, I7. | 3. 5.

2. 14. shalt otfer green ears of corn dried by the /. 6. 9. the/, of the altar be burning in it, 10, 12, 13.

9. 24. there came a/, out from before the Lord

10. 1. the sons of Aaron put/, in their censers

2. there went out/, from I>d. and devoured them 16. 13. he shall put the incense upon the/. 18. 21. thou slialt not let any of thy seed pass thro'/, to Molech, Deut. 18. 10. 2 Kings I7. 17. | 23. 10. Num. 6. 18. shall take the hair, and put it in the/.

11. 2. when Moses prayed the/, was quenched 16.7- take je censers, and put/, therein, 18.

37. that he take the censers, and scatter/, yonder 46. take a censer, and put/, therein troin ofi' altar

18. 9. be thine of most holy things reserved from /. 21. 28. for there is a/, gone out from Ileshimn 31. 23. every thing that may abide /. go thro' the /.

Deut. 4. 11. and the mountain burnt with/. 9. 15. 36. and upon earth he shewed thee his great/.

5. 5. for ye were afraid by reason of the/ 18. 16. nor let me see this great/, any more

33. 1 2. from his right hand went a/, ot law for them Josh.l. 25. all Israel burned Achan with/. Judff. 6. 21. and there rose up/, out of the rock

9. 15. let/, come out of bramble and devour cedars 16. 9. as a thread of tow when it toucheth the/.

1 Kings 18. 23. lay it on wood, put no/, under, 25. 24. the tiod that answereth by/, let him be God 3ii. then the /. of the Lord fell, 2 C/irow. 7. 1, 3.

19. 12. after the earthquake a/, but the Lord was not iu the/, atter the/, a still small voice

2 Kings 1. 10. then let/, come down from heaven 12. and the/, of God came down from heaven

2. 11. there appeared a chariot anil horses off.

6. 17. the mountain was full of chariots of/. 16. 3. Ahaz made his son to pass through the/.

19. 18. and have cast tlieir gods into the/. 21.6. Manasseh made son pass thro'/. 2 ( hr. 33. 6. 23. 10. no man might make his son pass thro' the/.

1 Chr. 21. 26. Lord answered him from heaven by/.

2 Chr. 35. 13. thej' roasted the passover with/. Neh. 2. 3. the gates thereof are consumed with /. 13. Job 1. 16. the/, of God is fallen from heaven

18. 5. and the spark of his/, shall not shine 28. 5. and under it is turned up as it were/. 41. 19. burning lamps, and sparks of/ leap out

Psal. 39. 3. while 1 was musing the /. burned 46. 9. he bumeth the chariot in the/. 66. 12. we went through/, and through water 68. 2. as wax melteth before/, so let w icked perish 74. 7- they have cast/, into thy sanctuary 78. 14. all the night with a light of/. 105. 39. 8.3. 14. as the/, bumeth the wooil, and as the Ha me 97- 3. a/, goeth before him and bumeth upeneinies 105. 32. he gave hail and flaming/, in their land J 18. 12. they are quenched as the/, of thorns 140. 10. let them be cast into the/, into deep pits 148. 8. /. and hail, stormy wind fulfilling his word

Prov. 6. 27. can a man take/, in his bosom 16. 27. and in his lips there is as a burnin?/. 26. 20. where no wood is, there the/, goeth out 21. as wood is to /.so is contentious man to kindle .30. 16. the grave and the/, sailh not, it is enough

Isa. 9.5. this shall be witli burning and fuel off.

18. for wickedness burnetii as the/.

19. the people shall be as the fuel of the/.

10. 16. shall kindle a burning like burning of a/.

17. and the liiiht of Israel shall be for a/. 30. 14. not be found a sherd to take /. from hearth

.33. the ))ile thereof is/, and much wood 31. 9. saitli the Lord, whose/, is in Zion .37.19. Kin;;s of Assyria have cast their cods into/. 43. 2. when thou walkest through /. not be burnt

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Isa. 44. 16. he burneth pai-t thereof in the/, he warm- eth himself, ami saitli. aha, I have seen the /.. 47.14. they shal I be as stubble, the/, shall burn them • 5ii. 11. w.ilk in light of your r. and in the sparks

64. 2. as when the melting/, hurneth, the/, taus- eth the waters to lioil to make thy name kiiowu.

65. 5. these are a/, that burneth all the day

66. 15. for behold, Ihe I.ord will come with/. 16. for by/, will the Lord plead with all Hesir 24. worm not die, neither their/, be quenched

Jer, 4. 4. lest my fury come tbrth like/, aiid bum' 5. 14. 1 will make my words in thy mouth/.

20. 9. his word was as a/, shut up in my bones 21.12. lest my fury go out like/, and burn .that none- 22. 7. shall cut down cast choice cedars in the/. 29. 22. w horn the king of Hab> Ion roasted in the/. 32. 35. hiah places, to cause their sons to pass tl^o'

the/, to Molech, Ezek. 16. 21. | 20. 26, .31. .36. 22. and there was a/, on the hearth burning 23. .lehudi cut the roll, and cast it into the/.

48. 45. but a ^ shall come forth out of Ileshbon 51. 58. the folk shall labour in vain and in the r.

Lam. 2. 3. he burned against Jacob like a flaming/,

4. he bent his liow, he ixjured out his fury like/, Ezek. 1. 4. I looked, behold, a/, infoldiua itself

13. the/, was bright, and out of the/, lightning 10. 6. saying, take/, from between the wheels

7. onexlierub stretched forth his hand to the/,

21. 31. 1 will blow against thee in the/. 22. 21. 32.thou shalt be for tuel to/, no more remembered

22.20. to blow /.upon it, to melt it, so gather you

24. 9. saith Ixird, I will even make pile for/, great 12. her scum shall be in /. in filthiness is lewdness

28. 18. w ill bring forth a/', from the midst of thee .36. 5. in the/, of my jealousy have I spoken, .38. 19. Dan. 3. 27- upon whose bodies the/, had no powerj. nor the smell of/', hail passed on them 7. 9. his throne like flames, w heels like burning/.

10. 6. his face as lightning, his eyes as lamps off. Uis. 7. 6. in the morning it burneth as a flaming/'.. Joel 2. 30. blood /. and pillars of smoke. Acts 2. 19. Amos 5. 6. lest he break out like/ m house of Joseph^

7.4. behold, the I.ord (jod called to contend by/. (Jbad. 18. and the house of .lacob shall be a/, yi/ic 1.4. shall be molten under him as wax before/. Nah. 1.6. fury poured out like/, rocks throwndown IJab.Q. 13. the people shall labour in the very/. Zech. 2. 5. will be unto her a wall off. round about

3. 2. is not thisa brand plucked out of thuf.? 12.6. like a hearth of/, and like torch off. in sheai

13. 9. I will bring the third part throug'h the/. Mai. 3. 2. he is like a refiner's /. and fuller's soap- Mat. 3. 10. every tree that bringeth not forth geod-

fruit is cast into/. 7. 19. I^ike 3. 9. John 15. 6.

11. baptize with Holy (Jliost, and/. Luke 3. 16. 13. 42. and shall i ast them into a furnace of/ 50. 17. 15. oft-times he falleth into the/. Mark 9. 22. 18. 8. rather than having two hands or two feet, to- be cast into everlasting/ Mark 9. 43,46..

25. 41. depart from me, yecurseil, intoeverlast./. Mark 9. 44. where the /. is not quenched, 45.

14. 54. and Peter wanned himself at the/.

Luke 9. 54. wilt thou that we command /."to come .' 17. 29. the same day it rained /. and brimstone

22. 56. a maid beheld him as he sat by the/. Arts 2.3. appeared to them cloven tongues, like as/.

28. .3. when Paul had laid stic'KS on the/.

5. he shook off the beast into the/, felt no harm

1 Cor. 3. 13. it shall be revealed by /. and the /.

shall try e\\ ery man's work, of what sort it is- 15. he himself shall he saved, yet so as by/.

2 'J'hess. 1.8. inflaming/, taking vengeance on them- I]eb. 1. 7. w ho maketh his ministers a flame off.

11. 34. who thro' faith quenched the violence of/..

12. 18. are not come to mount that burned with/. Jam. 3. 5. how great a matter a little /. kindletfaf

6. and the tongue is a/ a world of iniquity 5. 3. and shall eat vour flesh as it were /.

1 Pet. 1. 7. than ot'gold, tho' it he fried with/.

2 Pet 3.7- reserved unto/, against day of judament

12. the heavens lieing on/, shall be dissolved Jude 7. suft'ering the v£ngeance of etei nal /.

23. others save pullinsr tfiem out of the/. Iter. 3. 18. thee to buy of me gohl tried in the/.

4. 5. seven lamps off. burnin!» before the throne

8. 5. the ansel filled the censer with/, of the altar

7. there followed hail anil/, mingled with blood'

8. as it were a great mountain burning with /.

9. 17. and out of their mouths issued/. 11.5. 18. the third part of men was killed by the/.

13. 13. he maketh/ come down from heaven

14. 18. another angel which had [xiwer over the/.. 15.2. 1 saw as it were a sea of glass mingled with/. 16.8. power was given him to scorch men with/.

20. 9. and /'. came down from God out of heaven 10. the devil w a* cast into lake of/, and brimstone

14. death and hell were cast into the lake of/'.

15. whoso not written in book of life, cast into/.

21. 8. have part in the lake which bumeth with/. See Kbimstone, Burn, or Burnt, Coals, t:oN-

su-me, co.nsuminc, devour, devoured, Devouring, Flame, Hell, Midst. Kindle, or kindled FIUE. Exod. 22. 6. he that kindled the/, make restitution .35. 3. ye shall kindle not', on the sabbath day Deut. .32. 22. for a /'. is kindled in my anger, and shall bum to lowe.st hell, Jer. 15. 14. 1 17. 4. 2 Sam. 22. 13. before him were coals of/, kindled Psal. 78. 21. so a/, was kindled against .lacob 106. 18. a/, was i-indled in their company Isa. 10. 16. he shall kindle a burning like a/. 50. 11. behold, all ye that kindle a/', that compass Jer. 7. 18. children gathered wood, fathers kindled f. 11. 1(5. he liath/liwrf/«rf/. on Ihe green olive 17. 27. then will I kindle a/, in the vates thereof 21. 14. I will kindle a/, in the tbrest thereof 43. 12. I will kindle a/, in the houses of the gods

49. 27. 1 w'lU kindle a/, in the wall of Damascus

50. .32. and 1 will kindle a/, in his cities

Lam. 4. 11. and the T.ord hath kindled a/ in Zioi»- Ezek. 20. 47. 1 will kindle a I', in the forest

24. 10. heap on wood, kindle ihe f. consume the flesk

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Amtit 1. 14. I will Hiidle a/, in Ihe wall of Rabbah AJal. 1. 10. noriloye/iW/e/. oniiiy alurfornouaht J.nie IC. 49. to send/, anri w hat it alreaily kindkd.' 'H. bb. when flie.v had ktnditd a f. in the liall Acii £8. 2. the barbarians /i»rf/«i/a /. and received us

Made, with FlRt..

£jni. 59. 18. an ottering made by /. unto the Lord,

25, 41. Uv. 1. 9, J3, 17. 1 2. 2. 9, 16. 1 .3. .}, 5. 9,

11, 14, 16. 1 7. 5, 25. 1 8. 21, 28. 1 21. 6. 1 22. 2?. 1 2.S. 8, 13, 18, 25, 27, :56, .37. 1 24. 7- A""!. 15. 3, lU, 13, 14. 1 18. 17. I 28. .3.

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12, 15. I 21. 21.124. 9. Deut. 18. 1. 1 Ham. 2. 28.

10. 13. sacrifices madehyf. Num. 28. 2. Josh. 13. 14.

Nunt. 15. 25. biiu? their sacritice made by/, unto the Lord, 28. 6. 8, 13, 19, 24. I 29. 6, 13, .36. Pillar of FI 1< K.

Kiod. 14. 24. the Lord looked thro" the pillar rff.

Mei: 10. 1. lace as the sun, and his t'etlds pillars iff.

tiee By JsiGHT.

Send, or sent 1 IKE.

TMm. 1. 13. from above he sent f. into my bones

Jizek. .39. 6. and 1 will send a/, on .Magog:

Hos. 8. 14. but I will send Hf. u|X)n his cities

jimosl. 4. 1 will send A f. into the house ot llazael 7. I will send A f. on the wall of Gaza 10. 1 will send A I', on wall of I yrus U 12. on Teman 2. 2. I will send A f. on Moab || 5. sendf. on Judah

iMie 12. 49. 1 am come to sendf. on the earth Set FIRE.

Devt. 32. 22. set on /. foundations of mountains

Josh. 8. 8. ye shall set the city of Ai on/. 19. and they hasted, and set tlie city on/.

Jttdff. 1. 8. now .ludah had .set.lerMsalem on/. 9. 49. the people set the hold on/, upon them 15. 5. had set the brands on /. anil burnt the corn 20. 48. they set on /. all tlie cities of Benjamin

2 Sam. 14. 30. scr\'ants set .loab's lield on/. 31. why have thy servants set my field on/. .'

2 hinps 8. 12. llazael will set stromr holds on f.

Psal. SJ. 4. I lie amon? them that are set ou/.

Prov. 29. 1 8. scornful men set a city on /.

Isa. 27. 11. the women come and set them on/. 42. 25. he hath set him on /. round about

Jer, 6. 1. set up a si?n of/, in lieth-haccerem 32. 29. the Chaldeans shall set on/, this city

l^k. .30. 8. when I have set a/, iu Kgypt 14. I will set f. in Zoan |l 16. set f. in V.gypt ."9. 9. set on/, and burn the weapons of Gog

Jam. 3. 6. the tongue is a fire, and setteth on/, the course of nature, and it is set oaf. of hell Strange FIKK.

Xer. 10. 1. Nadab and Abihii offered stranae f.

Num. 3. 4. died when thev offered strange f. 26. CI. FIKEUH'.AM), S.

Judg. 7. + 16. and he put/, within the prtchers 15. 4. Samson took/, and put a/, in the midst

Pror. 26. 18. as a mad man who tasteth/.

Isp. J. 4. for the two tails of these smoking/.

Amos 4. 11. ye were as a/, plucked out of burning FIRE^PAN.s.

£rod. 27. 3. thou slialt make basons and f.-pans 38. 3. he made the/.pa»^ and alt ve.ssels of brass

fi Kings 25. 15. f. -pans carried he aWay , Jer. 52. 19. FIRES.

Isa. 24. 15. wherefore glorify j'e the Lord in the/. FIHK1N.S.

Jofm 2. 6. six water-pots containicg two or three/. FIR.M.

JosA. 3. 17. the priests stood /. on dry ground 4. 3. the place where priests' feet stood /.

Joi 41. 23. are/, in themselves, cannot be moved 24. his heart is as/, as a stone, yea, as hard

Psal. 73. 4. no bands in death, but their strength is/.

Dan. 6. 7. they consulted to make a /. decree

Jied. 3. 6. the rejoicing of the hope /. to the end FIR.MAMEM.

It is said. Gen. 1. 7. that God made the firmament in the niidit of the uaters, in order to separate the inferior from the superior uaters. The vrord there used f".r rakiah, which is translated expan- sion, something expanded : or firmament, some- thing firm and solid. The verb rakah, from Xihence rakiah is derived, signifies to spread metal with the hammer, to make flat, to crush to pieces, to beat. Moses vses this word to de- scribe the gold, which uas beaten in order to cover Ihe ark and the tables of the Holy uith it, Exod. 39. 3. Num. 16. .38, 39. Isaiah, to denote the plates of gold uherezcith the idols zcere covered, Isa. 40. 19. and the same prophet, and the Psalmist, to express the spreading forth of the earth, and its floating on the waters, for this was the conception which the Hebrews had of it, Isa. 42. 5. Psal. 136. 6.

This intimates, that by the word firmament, ra- kiah, the Hebrews vnderstvoi/ the heavens, which, like a solid and immense arch (though it be soft and liquid) served as a bank attd barrier between the upper and lower waters: and that the stars are set in this arch, like so many precious .'tones in gold and silver. Gen. 1. I7. U lien firma- ment «> taken for the starry heaven, then by upper waters is meant, that sea or collection of uate's placed hy God above all the visible hea- ven>, and there reserved for ends known to him self. Jf by firmament, we understand :he air, called the expansion, oecause it is extended far and wide ; and the fimiament, because it is fixed in its proper place, from whence it cannot be moved, unless by force; then by the superior waters are to be understood the uaters in the clouds: and these may be said to be above the firmament or air, because they are above a con- siderable part of it.

Cen. 1. 6. let there be a /. in midst of the waters 7- God made the/, waters under and above/. 8. and (iod called the/. Heaven 14. God said, let there' be lights in the /. 15. 17. and God set tbem in the /. of heaven

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Gen.l . 20. and fowl that may fly above in tlie open/. Psal, 19. 1. and the /. sheweth his handy work 150. 1. praise him iu the /. of his power" lliek. 1. 22. the likeness of the/, was as crystal

25. there was a voice from the/, over their heads

26. above the/, was the likeness of a throne 10. 1. iu the/, that was above thecherubims

Van. 12. 3. wise sliall shine as the brightness of/.

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1 Kings 5. 8. I will do all concerning timber of/.

6. 15. he covered the floor with planks of/.

Cant. 1. 17. our beams are cedar, our ratters of/.

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1 Kings 6. 34. and the two doors were of/.

2 Cliron. 3. 5. tlie greater house he ceiled with/. /.>«. 41. 19. 1 will set in the desert the /. and the pine

55. 13. ii. stead of the thorn shall come up the/. 60. 13. the/, the pine-tree, and box together Hos. 14.8. 1 am like a green /. I jifc/i. 11. 2. howl,/. FlR-rREE.S.

1 Kings 5. 10. so Hiram gave Solomon/. 9. 11.

2 Kings 19. 23. 1 will cut down tall /. Isa. :~i. 24. 2 Chron. 2. 8. send me/. \\\\ ha. 14. 8. they, rejoice Psal. 101. 17. as for the stork the/, are her house Kzek. 27. 5. they made thy ship-boards of/, of senir

31. 8. the/, were not like his boughs

Nah. 2. 3. and the/, shall be terribly shaken FIR-WOOD.

2 Sam. 6. 5. Israel played on instruments made ot /. FIRST.

This word signifies, T. Thai uihich is before another in respect of time ; and then it is a word of order, and hath a referetue to the second, third, fourth, 4r. Mat. 10. 2. Ihe first is ii/non called Peter; that is, he was first called to be an apostle. And in 1 Cor. 15. 47. The first man is of the earth, the second is from heaven. 11. That which ia chief, or most excellent. Rom. 3. 2. Chiefly, be- cause unto them were committed the oracles of (Jod. Chiefly, in the original, is first, and thews the qiialily and excellence of the privilege here mentioned. So also in Luke 15. 22. Bi"ing forth the best, in Greek, the first robe. A thing or person may be said to be first, (1) /» number. Gen. 8. 5 13. (2) Jn order. Mat. 28. 1. (3) By cre- alitt,, 1 Cor. 15. 47. (4) By geiieration, Deut. 21. 17. (5J In dignity, Dan. 6. 2. l6j In time, Heb. 9.1.

FlRST-BoRN. This word is not always to be un- derstood strictly according to the letter ; it is sometimes taken for that which is first, most ex- cellent, most distinguished in any thing. Thus it is said of Christ, Col. 1. 15. That he is the first-bom of every creature. And in Rev. 1. 5. he is called, T he first-begotten of the dead ; that is, begotten of the father before any crea- ture was produced; and the first who rose from the dead by his own porier. The first- bom of the poor, Isa. 14. 30. signifies, the most miserable of all the poor ; and in Job 18. 13. The firstborn

^ of death ; that is, ihe most terrible of all deaths.

The first-born among the Hebrews, as well as among ail other nations, enjoyed particular privileges : and as polygamy was in use uith them, it was highly necessary to fix these rights. Moses rau- lates this particular in Deut. 21. 15, 16, 17. The privileges of the first-born consisted, (1) In a right to the priesthood, which, before the law, was fixed to the eldest of the family. This right continued in force only while brethren dwelt together in the same place and family ; for as soon as they were separated, and made a family apart, every one be- came the priest and head of his own house. C2) The firstborn had a double portion among his brethren. This is explained two ways: Some be- lieve that half of the whole inheritance was given to the elder brother, and that the other half was shared in egua parts among the rest. But the Kabbins say, on the contrary, that the first-born for his share took twice as much as any one of his brothers. Jf a father left six sons, they made a division into seven equal parts ; whereof the eldest had two, and each of the others one. If the elic:*. was dead, and had left children, his right devolved upon his children and his heirs.

T( hen God by the sword of the destroying angel had killed all the first-born of the Egyptians, Kxod. 12. 29. he ordained, that all the fint bom, both of men and tame beasts for service, should be consecrated to him. The male children only were subject to this law. 'Ihe children were offered in the temple, and their relations redeemed them, for the sum of five shekels, F.xod. 13. 12, 13. ^um. 18. 16.

If it were a clean beast, as a calf, a lamb, or a kid, it was to be offered at the temple. It was not to be redeemed, but it was killed ; the blood of it was sprinkled about the altar, tlie fat was burnt in the fire uptn the altar, and the flesh was for the prieit, Num. 18. 17, 18, 19. If it were an unclean beast, and such as they were not allowed to eat, such as an horse, an ass, or a camel, it was either redeemed, or something else uas given in exchange for it. The firstling of an ass was redeemed by giving a lamb; if it were not redeemed, it was to be killed, Exotf. 13. 13.

First-Fkuits. The presents were so called which the Hebrews made to God, consisting of part of the fruits of their harvest, to express their submission and dependence, and to acknowledge the sovereign dominion of God the author of all happiness. The day after the feast of the Pa.ssover they brought a sheaf into the temple, as the first-fruits of the barley-harvest. The sheaf was threshed in the court ; and of the grain that came out they tmk a full homer ; that is, about three pints. After it had been well winnowed, parched, and bruised, they sprinkled over it a log of oil ; that is, near a pint. They added to it a hand- fill of incense ; and the priest that received this offering shook it before the Ixtrd towards the font quarters of the world ; he cast part of it upon the altar, and the rest was his own. After this,

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every one mxglit begin inetr harvest, Jjev. 23. 10, 11, dec. This uas offered in the name of tht whole nation, and by thu the whole liarcest wat sanctified unto them.

When the wheat liarvest uas over, tliat is, tlie dag of Pentecost, they offered again first-rruits of an- other kind in the name of all the nation, which consisted of two loaves of two tenth-deals : that is, of about three pints of flour each. The loaves were made of leavened dough. FiRST-KRuiTS of the Spirit, see Ear.nkst.

Gen. 25. 25. the /. came out red all over

26. 1. there was a famine beside the/, famine 38. 28. the midwife said, this came out/.

Eiod. 4. 8. if they will not hearken to the/, sign

23. 19. the/, of the first-fruits bring to the Lord 28. 17. the/, row shall be a saixlius, 39. 10.

34. 1. two tables like to the/. 4. Deut. 10. 1, 3.

Lev. 5. 8. shall otter what is for the sin-otleriug/.

Num. 2. 9. camp of Judah, these shall /. set fortij 10. 13. and they 7. took their journey 13. 20. it was the time of the /. ripe grapes

15. 20. ye shall otter up a cake of the }. of ycuT dough for an heave-ottering, 2). Kzek. 44. .30.

18. 13. whatsoever is/, ripe shall be thine

24. 20. Anialek was the/, of tlie nations Deut. 10. 10. according to the /. time, forty days

11. 14. 1 will give thee/, rain and latter rain 13. 9. thine hand shall be/, upiin him

17. 7. the hands of witnesses sliall be/, upon him

18. 4. the/, of the fleece of thy sheep give him .33. 21. he provided the/, part for himself

Josh. 21. 10. theirs was/, lot, 1 Chr. 24. 7. j 25. 9, Judg. 1. 1. who shall go up/, to fight, 20. 18. 20. 39. Israel are smitten as in the/, battle

1 Sam. 14. 14. that/, slaughter was twenty men 3». the same was the/, altar Saul built to Ix>rd

2 Sam. 3. 13. except thouy. bring .Michal Saul'sdau.

19. 20. 1 am come the f. this day to meet my lord 43. that advice should not be/, had in bringing

23. 19. he was their captain, howbeit he attained

not unto tlie/. three, 23. 1 Chron. 11. 21, 25. 1 Kings 17. 13. but make thereof a little cakey. 18. 25. and dress it/, for ye are many 20. 17. the young men of the princes went out/.

1 Chron. 9. 2. now the/, inhabitants that dwelt

11. 6. whosoever smiteth the Jebusites/. 16.7. that day David delivered/, this psalm

2 Chron. 3. 3. It-ngth by cubits after the/, measure £3Ta 3. 12. that had seen the glory of the/, house IiMh. 1. 14. which sat the/, in the kingdom

Job 15. 7. art thou the/, man that was born ?

Prov. 18. 17. that is/, in his own cause seemeth just

Isa. 41. 27. the /. shall say to Zion, behold tlieni 43. 27. thy/, father hath sinned against me 60. 9. the ships of I arshish/. to bring thy sons

Jer. 4. 31, her that bringeth lorth her/, child

16. 18. /. I will recompense their iniquity

24. 2. good ligs, even like the figs that arc/, ripe 36. 28. write the words that were in the/, roll 50. 17./. the king of Assyria hath devoiured him

Dan. 6. 2. Dan. was/, president, of an excellent sp< 7.4. the/, beast was like a lion, Hev. 4.7. 24. and another shall be diverse from the/.

8. 21. the great horn between his eyes is the/, king

10. + 13. but lo, Michael the/, came to help me Ilos.Q. 7. 1 will go and return to my/. hiLSband •

9. 10. tlie/. riije in the fig-tree at hery. time Amos 6. 7- shall go captive with they, that goeapt. AJic. 4. 8. to thee shall come the /. dominion A'a/i. 3. 12. like fig-trees with the/, ripe figs Hag. 2. 3. who is left that saw house in her/, glory i Zech. 6. 2. in the /. chariot were red horses

12. 7. the \\jotA shall save the tents of Judah/. Mat. 5. 24./. be reconciled to thy brother, and come

6. 33. seek ye/, the kingdom of ti . and ri^hteousn. 7.5./. castoutthe beaiiioutoftliineeye, Lukeo.^. 8. 21. me /. to so and burj iny father, Luke 9. 59.

12. 29. except he/, bind the strong man, MarkZ.9!J.

45. latter state worse than the/. Luke 11. 26.

13. 30. gather ye together /. the tares, bind them 17. 10. that Ellas must/, come, 11. Mark9. 12.

27. and take up the fish that/, cometh up 20. 10. but when the/, came, they sup|)Osed 21. 28. he came to the/, and said, son, go work

31. who of the twain, they .say unto him, the/. 36. he sent other servants more than the /.

22. 25. /. when married, Mark 12. 20. Luke 20. 99. .38. this is/, commandment, Mark 12. 28. 29, 30.

23. 26. Pharisee, cleanse/, that which is within Mark 4. 28./. the blade, then the ear, after that corn

7. 27. .lesiis said to her, let the children/', be filled

9. 35. if any desire to be/, he slijiU be last

13. 10. and the gospel must/, be published

16. 9. he appeared f. to Mary Magdalene Luke 1. 3. liad perfect understanding from the/.

2. 2. was/, made when Cyrenius was governor 6. 1. on the second sabbath after the/, he went 10.5./. say, peace be to this house

11. 38. that he had not/, washed before dinner

14. 28. sitteth not down /. and couuteth the cost

17. 25. but/, must he suffer many things 21. 9. for these things must/, come to pass

John 1. 41. he/, findeth his brother Simon 5. 4. whosoever/, stepped in, was made whole

8. 7. without sin, let him /. cast a stone at her 10. 40. into the place where John at/, baptized

18. 13. an

19. 32. soldiers came, and brake the legs of tlie/. 20. 4. the disciple came /. to the sepuldire. 8.

xlcts 3. 26. to you/. Got! sent him to bless you in 7. 12. Jacob sent out our fathers/.

11. 26. discip. were called Christians/, at Antioch

12. 10. they were past the/, and second M-ard

13. 24. when John had /. preachetl baptism

46. necessary it should/, have lieen spoken to you 16. t 12. Philippi the/, city of Macedonia

C6. 20. but shewed/, unto them of I)aina.scus 23. ('hrist shouhl be/, that should rise tioindead 27. 43. should cast themselves /'. into the sea Bom. 1.8./. 1 thank my God through Jesus Chli<4 2. 9. of the Jew/. aiKi also of the. (itmtile, 10. 167

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Fom. 11. 35. or who hath /. civen to him ? IS. 24. it'/. 1 be somewhat lilleti with company

1 Cor. VZ.'IK. f. apostles, seconilarily prophets 14. 3,). let tlie/. liold his peace

15.3. f'lT 1 delivered/, ot'all that which I received 45. the/, man Adaiii was made a livini; soul 4(5. howheit that was not/, which is spiritual 47. tlie/. man isot the earth, earthy

2 Cor. H. 5. /. jiave their own selves to the Lord 12. for if there be /. a willin;; mind, it is accepted

Eph. 1. I'-', who.r. trusted in Christ

4. 9. descended /. into the lower parts of the earth

6. 2. which is the/, commandment with promise

1 Thesi. 4. Iti. the dead in Christ shall rise/.

2 Thess. 2. 3. excejJt there come a falling away/.

1 Tim. 1. 16. that ni me/. Christ Jesus might sliew C. 13. for Adam was/, tormeil, then I'.ve

.3. 10. let these also/, be proved, then let them use

5. 4. let them learn /. to shew piety at home

12. because they have cast oft then-/, faith

2 'Jim. 1. 5. faith dwelt/, in thy ^randmotlier T/iis 2. 6. husbandman must be/, partaker of the fruits

4. 16. at my /'. answer no man stood with me Tit.'i. 10. after/, and second admonition, reject Heb. 4. 6. to whom it was/, preached, entered not

5. 12. one teach you which be the/, principles

7. 2./. beiny by mterpretation.kinii of rijihteousn. 27. offer/, for his own sins, then for the people's

8. 7. the/, covenant. 13. | 9. 1, 15, 18.

9. 2./. tabernacle, wherein was shew-bread, 6. 8.

10. 9. he taketh away the /. that he may establish Jam. 3. 17. wisdom that is from above, is/, pure

1 Pet.i. 17. if judL'ment/. befjin at us, what end

2 Pel. 1. 20. know ing this/, that no prophecy, 3. 3.

1 Jnhn 4. 19. we love him, because he/, loved us Jude 6. the ansiels who kept not their/', estate Rei. 1. 4. because thou hast left thy/, love

5. repent, and do the/, works, else 1 will come 13. 12. he exerciseth all the power of the/, beast 20. 5. this is the/, resurrection

21. 1. the/, heaven and/, earth were passed away

19. the/, foundation was jasper, second sapphire

See Dak, Last.

At the IIKST.

Gen. 13. 4. where Abram made the altar at thef.

28. 19. the city was called Luz at the f.

43. 18. because of the money returned at the f.

20. we came down indeed at the f. to buy ibod JJeut. 9. 18. 1 fell down before Lord as at thef. 25. Josh.\\i. 5. when they come against us at thef.

6. they will say, they flee tiefore us as at the f. Judg. 18. 29. name of the city was Laish at thef.

20. 32. aie smitten clown before us as at the f.

2 Sam. 17. 9. some of them be overthrown at the f. 1 Kim/s 20. 9. all thou ilidst send for to Ihy serv, atf. 1 CAron. 15. 13. because ye did it not at thef. jV«/». 7. 3. a register ot them which came up a< thef. Isa. 1. 26. 1 will restore thv judges as at the/.

9. 1. when at the f. he lia'htly atflicteil the land Jer. 7. 12. my place where 1 set my name at thef.

33. 7. and 1 will build them as at thef.

11. return the captivity of the land, as at the f. Dan. 8. 1. afterthat which appeared to me at the f. John 12. 16. his disciples understood not at thef. 19. 39. which at the f. came to lesus by night Acts 15. 14. God at the f. did visit the Gentiles

26. 4. which was at the f. among mine own nation Gal. 4. 13. 1 preached the g(»t)el unto you, at the f. Jied.2. 3. which at thef. beaan to be spoken by Ld.

FIKST-BORN. Gen. 19. 31. the /. said to the younger, .34. .33. the/, went in, and lay with her father 37. the/, bare a son, and called his name jVIoab

27. 19. and Jacob said, 1 am F.sau, thy/. .32. 29. 26. not done to give the younger before the/. 43. ,33. the /. acconling to his birthright

48. 18. not so my father, for this is the/. Exod. 4. 22. saith T.ord, Israel is my son, even my/. 23. behold, 1 will slay thy son, even thy/.

11. 5. all the/, in the land of Egypt shall die

12. 12. and I will smite all the/, in the land 29. the Lord smote all the/, in F.gypt, 13. 15.

13. 2. sanctify unto me all the/, it is mine

22. 29. the/, of thy sons shalttliou give to me

34. 20./. of thy sons shalt redeem, Nvm. 18. 15. I^v.TI. + 26./. of beasts no man shall sanctify it >«m. 3. 12. instead of all the/. 41, 45. I 8. 17, 18.

13. because all the/, of Israel are mine, 1 hal-

lowed to me all the /. of Israel 40. number all the/, of the males of Israel 42. Moses numbered all the /. of Israel 50. of the/, of Israel took he the inoney

33. 4. for the Egyptians buried all their/. Deut. 21. 15. if the /. son be her"s that was hated

17. beginningof strength, for the right of/, is his 25. 6./. whicJi she beareth, succeed in name

Josh. 6. 26. shall lay the foundation in his/. 1 Kings 16. .34. laitl foundation in Abiram his/.

1 Chron. 5. 1. sons of Keuben the/, for he was the/. 26. 10. though he was not the /. yet his father

2 Chron. 21. 3. Jehoram, because he was the/. JVeA. 10. .36. to bring the/, to the house of Go

their strennth, 105. .36. 1 135. 8. 1 1.36. 10. 89. 27. will make him iny/. higher than kings Isa. 14. 30. and the/, of the poor shall feed Jer, 31. 9. 1 am a father to Israel, Ephraim is my/. Mic. 6. 7- shall 1 give my/, for my transgression .' Zeeh. 12. 10. as one in bitterness for his/. Mat. 1 . 25. Maiy brought forth her/, son, iM/te 2. 7- Jiom. 8. 29. might be the/, among many brethren Col. 1. 15. who is the/, of every creature

18. who is the l>eginning, the /. from the dead Ueb. 1 1. 28. lest he that destroyed the/, touch them

12. 23. ye are come to the church of the /.

I'lUSr-FKUl I. or/n/»>f. Exi'd. 22. 29. not delay to offer the/, ripe fmrts 23. 16. the f.-fiuits ot thy labour thou hast sown

19. firstof/.-/n

34. 22. the feast of thef.fniils of wheat harvest Lev. 2. 12. oblation of the f. -fruits ye shall ofler

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T^v, 2. 14. the meat offering of f. -fruits green ears 2t. 10. bring a sheaf of the/.-//«rVj of harvest

17. they are the f.-fniits unto the Ix>rd

20. wave them with the bread of the f. -fruits A'M/rt. 18. 12./.-/'rMrV.>ofoil,wine,wheat, I have given

28. 26. in the (fay off. -fruits when ye offer to Lord Dent. 18. 4. thet'.-frnits of thy corn, wine, and oil

26. 10. 1 have Drought the/./; 7(»Vi of the land

2 Kings 4. 42. and brought the man of (iod f. -fruits 2 Chron. 31.5. brought in abundance the f. fruits Neh. 10. .35. hr'maf.fntits of our ground, of trees 37. we should bring the f. -fruits of our dough 12. 44. appointed over chambers for f.-fiuits, 13. 31. Prov.i. 9. honour the Lord with the f. -fruits Jer. 2. 3. Israel was the f. -fruits of his increase Eiek. 20. 40. there will f require the f.-Jniits 44. .'50. the first of all the /.//JoV.f of all things 48. 14. nor exchange the f. fruits of the land Amos 6.^ \\. named the/ /)7(i>.i of the nations Mic. 7. 1. my soul desired the/, ripe/™// Ji'om.8. 23. which have the/.//K«/,t ot the .'Spirit

11. 16. if the f. -fruit be holy, the lump is holy 16. 5. who is the f. -fruits of Achaia, 1 Cor. 16. 15.

1 Cor. 15. 20. Christ /.-//««'« of (hem thatsle|)t, 23. Jam. 1. 18. a kind ot'f.-fntits of his creatures Hev. 14. 4. being the t. fruits unto God and Lamb

FIUSl' month. Gen. 8. 13. in the /. month, the /. day of the month Exod. 12. 2. shall be thef. month of the year to you

18. in/, mouth eat unleavened bread. Lev. 23. 5. 40. 2. hrst day of/, month set up tabernacle, 17.

Num.9. 1. in the/, month keep the passover, 28. 16. 2 Chron. 35. 1. Eira 6. 19. Ezek. 45. 21. 20. 1. came into the desert of Zin in the/, mmith .33. 3. departed from Ilameses in the/, month

Josh. 4. 19. people came out or .lordan in/, month

1 Chron. 12. 15. these went over .Ionian ui/. month

27. 2. the captain that served the /. month, 3.

2 Chron. 29. 3. in the/, month opened the doors of

the house of tlie Lord

17. they began on first day of/, month to sanctify and lii the sixteenth day of/. month\\\\\\M\\e an end

Eira 7. 9. /. month began he to go from Kaby Ion 8. 31. the/, month we departed from Ahava 10. 17. they made an end w itli them bv /. month Esth. 3. 7- in the /. month they cast f'ur, on the thirteenth (lay of the /. tnonth Ezek. 45. 18. in the f. month take a young bullock Joel 2. 23. cause former and latter rain in/, month

ElUST !/ear.

Exod. 12. 5. your lambs shall bemaleof the/.j/ear

29. 38. otter two lambs of the/, year day by day

continually. Lev. 23. 19. Num. 28. 3, 9.

Lev. 9. 3. take a kid of the /. year without blemish

12.6. he shall bring a lamb of the {.year, Num.6.

12. 1 7. 15, 21, 27, .33, 39, 45, 51, 57, 63, 69,

75,81. Etek. 46. 13.

14. 10. take an ewe-lamb of the/, year. Num. fi. 14.

23. 12. offer an he lamb of the/. j,«ar, A«m. 6. 14.

18. ye shall otter seven lambs of the/, yenr without

blemish, Nion.':R. 11, 19,27. 129.2,8,.%.

Num. 7. 17. for a peace-offering five lambs of the

/. year, 23, 29, .35, 41, 47,53, .'J9.

87. the lambs of the/, year twelve for burnt offer.

88. the lambs of the /. j/ear sixty for a peace-offer.

15.27. then he shall bring a she- goat ot the/, year

29. 13. offer a bui nt-offering, fourteen lambs of the

/. year, 17, 20, 23, 26, 29, 32. 2 Chr. 29. 3. Ilezekiah in the/, year of his reign .36. 22. in/, year of Cyrus, Ezra 1. 1. 1 5. 13. |'6. 3. Jer. 25. 1. that was the/, year of Nebuclia(liieiizar 52.31. in thef. year ot the reign of Evil-mercjdach Dan.l. 21. Daniel continued tothe/.j/ertrof Cyrus 7. 1. in the/, year of lielshazzar Daniel dreamed 9. 1. in f. year ot Darius 1 understood by books, 2. 11. 1. in the f. year of Darius I st(X)d to confirm

EIK.SILING.

Exod. 13. 12. shalt set apart every/, that Cometh of a

beast, the males shall be the Lord's, .34. 19.

13. every/, of an ass thou shalt redeem, .34. 20.

I.ev. 27. 26. the Lord's/, no man shall sanctify it

A'wm. 18. 15. the/, of unclean beasts shalt redeem

17. the/, of a cow, sheep, or goat, not redeem Deut. 15. 19. all the/, males sanctify to the Lord

33. 17. Joseph's glory is like the/, of a bullock

E'IKSlLl.NCi.S. Gen. 4. 4. Abel brought of the/, of his flock Num. 3. 41. instead of all the/, among the cattle Deut. 12. 6. ye shall bring/, of your herds and Hocks 17. thou mayest not eat within thy gates the/. 14. 23. eat the/, in the place the lord shall choose Neh. 10. 36./. of our herds bring to the house of God

EISH. Gen. 1, 26. let them have dominion over/, of sea, 28. Exod. 7. 18. the/, in the river shall die, 21. Num. 11. 5. we rememb. the/, we did eat in Egypt 22. shall all the /. of the sea be gathered together Deut. 4. 18. nor liKeness of any /. in the water Neh. 13. 16. men of J yie also, which brought/. Psal. 8. 8. thou hast put the/, under his feet 105. 29. turned waters into blood, and slew their/. Isa. 19. 10. all that make sluices and ponds for/. 50. 2. their/, stinketh because there is no water Ezek. 29. 4. 1 will cause the /. to stick to thj' scales 3. I will leave thee, and all the/, of thy rivers 47. 9. and there shall be a very great multitude of/. 10. their/, shall be as the/, of the great sea Jonah 1. 17. the Ixl. had prepared a great/, to swal- low up Jonah, he was in belly of/, three days 2. 1. Jonah prayed to the Lord out of the/.'.f belly 10. Lord spake to the/, and it vomited out Jonah Mat. 7. 10. if he ask a/, will he give him a serpent ' 17.27. casta hook, take up the/, that first corneth Luke 24. 42. they gave him a piece of a broiled /. John 2L 9. they saw/, laid thereon, and bread 10. bring of the/, which ye have now caught 13. Jesus taketh bread, and givelh them, and/. EI.SII. Jer. 16. 16. will send fishers, and they shall /. them

EISH-GAJ K. 2 Chr. 33. 14. Manasseh built to entering of f. -gate Neh. 3. 3. the/, gate

FJ.V

Neh. 12. .39. and I after them from al>ove the f.-galt Zeph. 1. 10. the noise of a cry from tlie/.-e«/e

IISII-HOOKS. Amos 4. 2. I will take your posterity -with f.-hcoUt

FLSll-PO<)L.S. Cant. 7. 4. thine eyes like the f. pools of Ileshbon

ll.SM-M'EAltS. Job 41. 7. canst thou fill his head -with f. -spears '

FlSliEK.MEN. Luke 5. 2. but the /'. were gone out of them

FISIIKH.S. Isa. 19. B. the/, also shall mourn and lament Jer. 16. 16. behold, 1 will send for many/, saith Ijord Eiek.AI. 10. that the/, shall stand upon it Mat. 4. 18. net into sea, for they w ere/. Mark 1. 16.

19. I will make .>ou/. of iiu-n, Mark 1. 17. Ju/i« 21. 7- Peter girt/. ( oat to him, for he was naked

iLSlll'.s. Gen. 9. 2. the fear of you shall be on all /. of the sea 48. t 16. let the lads grow as/, do increase 1 Kings 4. 33. he spake of creeping things and/. Job 12, a. the/, of the sea shall declare unto thee Ecel. 9. 12. the/, that are taken in an evil net Ezek. 38. 20. so that the/, of the sea shall shake llos. 4. 3. the/, of the sea shall be taken away Hab. 1. 14. and make,st men as the/, of the sea Zeph. 1. 3. 1 will consume the/, of the sea Mat. 14. 17. Ave have here but five loaves and two/. Mark 6. 38. Luke 9. 13. .John 6. 9. 15. 31. seven loaves and a few little f. Mark 8. 7. Luke 5. 6. they inclosed a great multitude of f.

9. for he was astonished at the drauiiht of f. John 21. 6. not able to draw it for multitude of f.

11. .'5imon Peter drew net to land full of great/, 1 Cor. 15. 39. one fiesli of beasts, another of/.

FLSIIING. John 21. 3. Simon Peter saith unto them, I go a/.

FLSllY. 1 Sam. 5. t4. the/, part of Dagon was left to him

FIS I. S. Exod. 21. 18. and one smite another with his/. Prov. 30. 4. who hath gathered the wind in his/. T Isa. 58. 4. and to smite with (he/, of wickedness Mark 7. t 3. they wash their hands with the/.

FU. I.ev. 16. 21. send him away by the hand of a/, man 1 Chron. 7. 11./. to go out to war and battle, 12. 8. JohM. 18. is it/, to say to aking, thou art wicked.' Prov. 24. 27. make it/, for thyself in the field Ezek. 15. 5. the vine was made/, foi' no work i-7/*c9. 62. looking back, is/, for kingdom of CoiJ 14. .35. if is not/, for the land nor dunghill Acts 22. 22. it is not/, that he should live Col. 3. 18. wives, submit as it is/', in the Lord

FllCllES. Isa. 28. 25. doth he not cast abroad the /. .'

27. the/, are not threshed,/', are beaten out Ezek. 4. 9. take thou wheat, barley, millet, and J".

FUTED. 1 Kings 6. .35. with gold/, upon the carved work Prov.'X.. 18. they shall withal be/, in thy lip.s Kom. 9. 22. the vessels of w i ath /. to destruction Heb. 10. t 5. but a body hast thou/, me

FMTKIII. Isa. 44. 13. tlie carpenter/, it with planes

FLll.Y. Prov. 25. 11. a word/, spoken is like apples ot gold Cant. 5. 12. his eyes washed with milk, and/, set Eph. 2. 21. in whom all building/, framed together 4. 16. from whom whole body/, joined together

FIVE. Gfn. 14. 9. battle invaleof.siddim, four kings with/. 18. 28. wilt thou destroy all for lack off. .' 43. 34. benjamin's mess was/, times so much 45. 6. /. years in which no earing or harvest, 11.

22. to benjamin he gave/, changes of raiment 47. 2. he presented/, of his brethren to Pharaoh

Exod. 13. t 18. but Israel went up/, in a rank 22. 1. the thief shall restore/, oxen for an ox

26. 3. other/, curtains coupled, 9. 1 .36. 10, 16. 26. make/, bars for the boards, 27. I 36. 31, .32. .37./. pillars, 36. .38. II .36. ;i8./. sockets of brass

27. 1. an altar/, cubits long,/, cubits broad 18. the height of the hangings/, cubits, 38. 18.

38. 1./. cubits the breadth, and/, the length

Lev. 2b. 8./. of you shall chase an hundred

27. 5. if thy estimation be from/, years old 6. if it be from a month old to/, years old

Num. 3. 47. even take/, shekels apiece, 18. 16.

7. 17- 'or a sacrifice of peace-ofterings, /. rams, /. goats,/, lambs, 23, 29, ib, 41, 47, 5.3.

31. 8. slew/, kings of Midian, Balaam son of Beor Josh. 1. t 14. ye shall pass marshalled by/.

10. 5./. kings of Amorites went against Gibeon 16. these/, kings fled and hid themselves 17./. kings hid || 22. I)ring out the/, kings

23. they brought out these /. kings unto him 26. he slew them and hanged them on /. trees

13. 3./. lords of the Philistines, .ludg. 3. 3. Judg. 7 . 1 1 1 . he w ent to outside of ranks by /. 18. 2. the children of Dan sent/, men from coasts

1 Sam. 6. 4./. golden emerods./. golden mice 16. when the/, lords of the Philistines had seen it

17- 40. David chose him/, smooth stones 21. 3. give me/, loaves of bread in my hand 25. 18. she brought/, sheep,/, measures of corn 42. Abigail rocie on an ass with/, damsels

2 Sam. 4. 4. Mephibosheth was/, years old when

tidings came of . haul's and Jonathan's death 21. 8. but David took the f. sons of Miclial

1 Kingsl. .39./. bases on the right,/, on the leftside 49. candlesticks of pure goUL /. on the right side,

and/, on the left, 2 Chnn. 4. 7.

2 Kings 6. 25. part of cab of dove's dung sold/, pieces 7. 13. let some take /'. of the hor.ses that retiiain

13. 19. thou shouldest have smitten /.or six times

25. 19./. men thai were in the king's presence 1 Chrmi. 2. 6. the sons of /era, /. of tnetn in all

11.23. Benaiahslew an Egyptian/, cubits high Isa. 17.6. four or/, in the utmost fruitful branches

19. 18./. cities in Egypt speak language of Canaan

30. 17. at the rebuke of/, shall ye flee

FLA

Mai. 14. 1". thev said tn him. we have liere hut f. loa. es ami two hshes, Murk 6 .W. Luke 9. I't. If. 9. tlie/. Ii'rtvesot the/, thdusdii I, .1/«>X» 19. '.'5. C. /. ot thtm were wise, ami/, were tiolisli l.i. anil unto one he eave/. talents. 10. ixile \'2, 6. aie not /. sparrou s soh I for tu o farthings ;")'.'. there s'lall W t. in one honse iliviile.! 34. 19. another saiil.l have bought/, yoke of oxen 16. C8. send hini to my tatliei's, 1 have/', brethren J9. 18. Lonl, ihy poiind hath gained/, pounds 19. t)e thou also over /, cities J-jhn 4. 18. tor thou hast had /. husbands a. 2. there is a pool I'.ethesda liaviuL'/. porches 6. 9. there is a lad which hath .(. l)arley -loaves 13. with the l'rag:nentsof the/, bailey loa\\es lCo).U.19. I bad rather si-eak/. words with iinders. C Cor. 11. C4.y'. limes received I lorty slrii)es Met. 17. 10. there are seven kings,/, ale lallen

l'l\\ K->Ql_ .AKi:. I Kings 6. i 31. lintel and side-posts were f.-squart

1 ixr.i).

C Clircm. IC. ♦ 11. Kehob.am t'. not his heart /".'a/. .■)7.;. tiod.mv heartis/. I w ill sm::, 1;<8. 1. 112. 7. his heart is/, trustii.g in the l.oni LiUke Itj. '-6. between us and \\ou tliere ij a gulf/.

1-1,.A(;, .s. E-rod. 2. 3. she laid the ai k in the f. bv the river

5. and when siie saw tlie ark among the/'. .loh 8. U. tan ihe t. iirmv without water .' Jsa. 19. 0. the reeds and/, shall wither

ri.At.ON. C Sam. t). 19. to ea;h a I', of w ine, 1 Chrvn. 10. 3.

1 I.AGDNn. I'aiit, C. .5. stav me with 1. comtoit me with apphs Jsa. •:':. 24. from < u|)s, even to all the \\essels of/. IJos. 3. 1. wiio look to other nods, love /. of wine

ri,.AM',.s. Job 41. 23. the /". of his Hcbh are joined together

II, A ME. Eiod. 3. 2. angel appeared in a f. of fire, .hf.t '. .30. -Vh/«. 21. 28. a.;', nom the city ot .^ihon, Jt;. 48. 45. Jtiily. 13. 20. " lien /. w eiit up, anuel went in the I.

20. 3i'.. that thev should make a L'reat /'. to n>e 4 '. tl.e /;

Job IT). .30. the/, shall dry u|) his brandies 41. 21. and a/, ^oeth out of his mouth

Piril. 83. 14. as the /. setteth the mountains on fire UK). 18. the/, lurnt u[) the wicked

Cant. 8. 0. coals of file, which hath a vehement/.

lia. a. 24. and as the f. (onsumeth the chalf

10. 17. anil his Holy One si all be for a I'.

29. 0. Shalt be visited with the/, of devouring fire

30. t 27. name of 1-. cOmes w itii ijrievoijsnebs ot^. .3.1. the I ord shall shew his arm with the /'.

43. 2. neither shall the/, kindle upon thee 47. 14. thev shall not lieliver themselves from/. l-.-.ik. 20. 47. the flaming f. shall not be iiuenchcd Vail. 3. 22. y. slew those men that took up >hadiai li 7. 9. his throne was like the fiery /. and his wheels 11. till his body was given to the burning I'.

11. 33. yet thev shall fall bv the sword and bv f. Juil 1. 19. the./', hath burnt all the trees ot the tield

2. 3. a fire devours, and behind them a/, burneth 5. like the noise of a/, of fire tl.at ilevoureth illiaiL 18. and the house of .loseph shall be a/. Sa/i. 3. t 3. the horseman lifteth up the ./. of sword J.iife 10. 24. for I am tormented in this^. JJeb. 1. 7. wbo maketli his ministers a 7. of fire Mei. 1. 14. e3es were as a /'. of fire, 2. 18. 1 19. 12.

ri.AMKS. Psal. 29.7. the voice of Lord divideth the/, of fire Pruv.Ct't.t 18. as a madman w ho castelh f. and death Jsn. 13.8. shall beama;-.ed, their taces shall be as y. 66. 15. Lord come to render rebuke with/, of lii'e

I'LAMINt.. Gen. 3.21. lie jilaced at garden of F.den a f. sword ^telt. 20. 47. the /. tlame shall not be qiieiiched Sa/i. 2. 3. the chariots shall be w iili /. torches .Vee I'liiE. ILAMvS. Zef.3.4. tb5 fat that is on them, whiih is bv the /'. it shall he takeaway, 10. 15. I 4. 'j. I 7. 4. J06 15. 27. be maketh coI1o|)t of fat on his /.

I' LASH. J£zei. 1. 14. as the apiJcarance of a/, of lightning

1 1.A 1 . I^ev. 2. -f 5. an offering baken on a/, plate, 7. + 9.

21. 18. he that iiath a /'. nose shall not aipioadi .VKm.22. 31. I'alaam flowed, and fell /. on his face J,fs/i. 0. 5. the wall of the city shall fall down/.

20. the people shouted, the wall fell doun /. II.ATIEK. Psal.o 0. no faithfulness, thev /. with their tongue 78. .30. they did J. him with their mouth, and lied

ILAITLlllVlll. Psal. .36. 2. for he/, himself in his own eyes Proi 2.10. from stranger who/, with her words. ".5. 20. 19. meddle not with him that I. with his lips 28.23. shall find more favour than he that t. . 29. 5. a man that/, spreadeth a net lor his teet

I'l.A llKlMNCi. Joh .32. 21. neither let me give/, titles to man

22. for 1 know not to give/', titles Psal. 12.2. with /. lips and double heart do speak 3. the Lord shall cut ofi all /. lips, and the toiiL'ue Pnn. 7- 21. with the./, of her lips she forced liiiii 26. 28. and a /. mouth worketh ruin Kzel. 12.24. tliere shall he no more/, divination 1 Thess. 2. 5. neither used we at any lime /. words

FLAl'IKliV. .Jnh 17. 5. he that speaketh/. to his friends Prot. 0. 24. to keep from the/, of a strange woman

LLA'll ElilL.S. Dan. 11. 21. but he shall obtain the kingdom bv /. .32. such as do wi'kedly shall he corrupt by/'. 34. but many shall cleave to them with /'. ELA.X. EioJ. 9. 31. ^.and barley was smitten./, was Imlled Jxsli. 2. 6. slie hid them with the stalks of/. Judg. 15. 14. cords t>e

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Isa. 42. 3. smoking f. shall he not quench, .Vnf. 12. 20. Etek. 40. 3. a man witli a line of/', in his hand liiis. 2. 5. 1 will go after iny lovers that give me/. 9. and 1 will recover my wool anil my /. FLAY. Mic. 3. 3./. their skins from 1 ff them, break bones

1 LAY I. D. 2 Chr. 35. 11. sprinkled hlooii, the I.evites/. them

FLF.A. 1 Sam. 24. 14. is the kin^ come after a /'. .' i'O. 20.

1 LEI). Gen. 14. 10. the kinL's of .Sodom and f^omorrah/.

iO. 0. ILiLiar /'. ]| 31. 22. .lacob/. llos. 12. 12. Kr.'d. 2. 15. .Moses /'. from l>hara..li, \\. 3. .),/. 7. 29. 14. 5. it was told king of I'.L'ypt that the people;.

27. and the Euvptians /'. against the sea

yiiiii. iO. .31. Isr. ronnct'about/. at the crv of them

KiKf. 31. 17, nor was his natural force r."

./. sh. H. 15. Israel f. hv the way of the w ilderness

10. 10. these iwe kin-s f. and hid theicselves Jiidd. 1.0. .\\doni bezeK /'. ' 4. 15. .'-isera /'. auav

7. 21. all the hobt ran and cried, and /'. '.'2.

8. 12. /almunna/. 1 9. 21. .lothaiii ran and/.

9. 51. to the tower /'. all the men and woiiuu

11. 3. .lephthah/, T 2o. -15. the Leiiiamites /. 47. 1 ■'iiim. 4. 10. and 1 /. to-dav out of the ariiiv

1-1.22. when thev heard that the PhilistinisV.

17. 24. the men of Israel f. from ( .. liatli "

19. 10. David/, and escaped. 12, 18. I 20. 1. | 21. 10. 22. CO. .-Miiathar escaped and /. after J)a\\ id, 23. 0. 30. 17. save four hundred which rode and /.

.31. 1. Israel./, from Ihe Philistines, 7, 2 ■•>aiii. 19, B, 2 -Si////. 4. 3. 15eerothites /'. to (iittaiiu and soioiiined 4. and his nurse/'. 1; 10. 14. the S\\rialis /' 18.

13. 29. -Absalom and the king's sons /. 34.". '37, .38.

18. 17. all Israel/, everv one to his 'tent

1 Kiiiij.y 2. 7. for so thev came to me w hen 1 f.

28. .loab/. totlietal.eriiacle.29. Ml. 17. lladad/. 11. 23. Hezon/". from his lord |i 40. .lerohoam /.

20. 20. the Syiians /'. 1 Chr. 19. 18. 2 Kin<,> -,'■ '■

2 hiHg\\ 8. 21. and the people./, to therr tents

9. lo.the iiropheto]ieiied doo'r and /'. |! 23..1oram/. 25. 4. all the men of war/, by night, .Ur. 52. 7.

1 ( lir. 10. 1. the men of Isr../'. 11. 13. 2 C/ir. 13. 10.

2 Cliriui. 14. IC. Lord smote Ethiopians and the\\- /. .Vt7(. 13. .0. the Levites./'. every 1 lie to his tielii J'illi. 0. + 1. kiiiL'^ Ahasuerus's sleep /'. awav I'fnI. 31. 11. they that did see me./, "from ine

114. 3. the sea saw it and/. .Jordan was driven 7.'«.21. 14. they prevented with bread him that f. 22. 3. all thv ruleis are/. to:;ether, thev are bound 33.3. at the noise of the tumult the pe"ople /'. .hr. 4. 25. all the birds of the heavens were /'.

9. 10. liie fowl and beast are /'. thev are i;one

Cii. 21. Lri.iah heard and./'. ], 40. 5. "Ei;y |)tiaiis are/.

41). 21. also her hired men are/', awav ti]i:ether Jiiiiah 4. 2. therefore I/', before to 1 a'rshish Ztili. 14.5. sliall tlee as ye/, before the eartl-.quake Mai. 8. 33. they that kept them./', and w ent aw av

20. 5

20. 11. from whose face earth and heaven /."away

lie FLI'.L). Geii. 31. 20. in that he told him not that he f. 21. so he f. II 35. 7. when lief, from his blotlier 39. 12. /(• left his garment and /'. 13, 15, 18. Jim//. 2t). 0. then the slayer shall come to his own hou.se, to the citv from wheiite In f, yvm. .35. 25. .Jiiiiij.9. 40. Abimelech cha.-ed Ciaal! and he I.

1 .S//m. 22. 17. because thev knew when he /'"

2 A'/«i/.v 9. 27. .Ahazinh tied, and he J. to .Me:;iddo

14. 19. and /;.'./'. to 1 achisli, IChrni. 25. '-7.^ .I:iiah 1. 10. and he I. from the presence of the L. Mark 11. 52. he lett the linen cloth, and /. naked

Is FLED. Siini. ?•,'>. .32. take no satisfaction for him that is/. 1 .'■•am. 4. 17. Israel is /. before the Philistim s 2.s«w. 19. 9. Dav./.i /. outof the land lor Absalom lui. 10.29. Kamah is atraid,(;ibe(ih of Saul /,. /.

Ihru ILKD. C'Cii. 14. 10. theij that remained f. to the mountains .lesh. 7. 4. thei/J. from before tlie men of Ai

10. 11. as theu J. the Lord cast down !;reat stones

1 .V/W.4. U). I'liilistines fought, Israel w as smitten, and theii f. every man to his tent, 2 Kiiiijs 14. 12,

17.51. when saw their chamjiion was dead ih-y I. 19.8. Lavid slew Philistines, and th,i/ t. tiom hiin

2 Sam. 10. 13. .loab drew niuli, ///z^//. \'Vhr. 19. u. 2 Kiiiu.t 3. 24. smote .Moahites. iIk 1/ /'. befiire them

1 Chr,.n. 10.7. when all Israel saw that lh,tj /. /'..«/. UU. 7. at thv rebuke thev /. thev hasted' awav Jsa. 21 . 15. for llun f. from the swords, and bent how .ler. .39. 4. then rhi;/ I. and went b.rth ot the citv lam. 4. 15. when thi 1/ /. awav, and wandered ' Dan. 10. 7. sothat thijjf. to save theioseU. s lids.'. 1.3. woe unto them, tor //;(•(/ have /'. from mc /,Ki(-<-8. 31. wl-.enthev saw what wasdon'e. tliiv /'. .lels 19. lO.sothat//,,,;//. out of tliat house wounded

FLEDDESI. Ceil. 35. 1. when thou /. tfom the face of Isau I'snI. 114.5. what ailed thee, () sea, th.at thou/,.'

I l.EI'.fE. Jhiif. 18. 4. the first of the /. of sheep :;ive levites .liidi/. 0. ,37. 1 will put a /. of wool in the lloor

:«■(. (lideon w rimmed tlie dew out ot the /'.

.39. let it now be drv only uiion the /'. .Jnh 31. 20. if not warmed with tlie/. 'of mv sheep

FLEE. Gen. 10. 8. I f. from the face of mv mistress Saiai

19. 20. l>(4ioId this city is near to /'. unto 27-43. ari.se, /.to 1 aban mv brothel to llaran

Jlr.d. 14. 25. let us /'. from t'he fare of Isiael

21. 13. apiioiiit a I'llace whither he shall/'.

J .TV. 2ti. 17. ve shall J. when none piirsueth, .30.

.\\,itii. 10. .35^ that hale thee./, before thee, I'sal. 08. 1. 24. 11. therefore now /. thou to thy place 35.0. six cities, that the man slaver mnv f. thither, 11, 15. Dent. 4. 42. I 19. 3, 4,5. Jo-h. 20..3, 4, 9.

Deut.Oi. 7. and/, before thee seven ways, 25.

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Josh. 8. 5. as at first we will/, before them, 6.

2ii. had no power to/, this wav or that way Jiidg. 20. .'t2. let us/, and draw them from Ih'e city 2 Sam. 4. 4. as his nurse made haste toy. she fell

15. 14../. else we shall not escape troiii Absalom

19. 3, as men steal away when thev /'. in battle

24. 13. wilt thou/, three montlis befcTe enemies '

1 h'ingsMl. 18. liehoboam made speed to I'et to hi3

(hariot, and./', to .lerusaleiii, 2 Chn n. Iti. in.

2 Kiiiiis 9. 3. then c pen the door, and /. tairv not .\\,h. 0. 11. I said, should such a man'as I /.'.'' ./.'/) 20. 21. he shall /'. from tlie iriji weapon

27. 22. he would fain /.out of his hand 3 ■. 10. they abhor me, they/, far from me 41. 28. the arrow cannot make him./.

I sal. 11.1. how say .ve,/. as bird to vourn'.ouiitaiii .'

I'.H. 12. kiims of armies/, ap-ace, she that tallied 139. 7. or whither shall 1/. from thv preseiic,. - 1 13. 9. deliver me, <) Lord, I /, to tliee to hioe me

/'/.';. 28. 1. the wicked /. when no man pur-.uetii 17. he shall /. to the pit, let no loan stav liiiu

7.00IO. 3. to whom will ye./', tor help - 13. 1 1. and /. evei V one into his own land 15. 5. his tiigitives shall /'. unto /oar 17. 13. they shall ./. far off, and shall be (based

20. i"i. such 01. r e.spectation whither we /. for help .■;o. If), but ve said 110. for we will/, on' horses

17. at the I'ebuke of five shall ve /. 18.20. no from Pabvlon./'. ve trom the Chaldeans ././■. 4. 29. the citv shall /. for the noise of hoiseinen 0. 1. gather voui.selves to /. out of .lerusalem

25. .35. the sheiilierds shall have no wav to /'. 4;'. 0. ./■. save your lives, and be like the heath

9. ^dCe w inns lo Moah, that it mav /'. and get away 49.8. Edom sliall/. |. 24. Damasc'u's turned to /'. 30. /'. dw II deep, O \\e inhabitants of llazoi"

50. It), they shall/, every one to his own land

28. voice of them that /'. and esra|)e from I'abv'Dn

51. 0../'. out of the miilst of Pabylon. /.eeh. 2."0. .linos ii. 19. as if a man did /. from a lion, and bear .!■ nah 1. 3. .lonah n se uii to /'. to I arshish

.\\ah. 3.7. all they that look on. shall /. fiom thee .'\\lai.':. 13. arise, take the vouul' child and/'. 3. 7. hath warned you/, from wrath .- Lnle^. 7. 10. 2.3. when persecute vou in city/, to another 24. 10. then let them which be in .liid<-a /'. to the mi untaiiis. Mark 13. 14. Lake 21.21. .Jehu 10.5. a stranger will not follow, hot /. fiom .lets ',7. 30. as theshipmen were aUiut to'/'. 1 < vr. I'i. W. I. fiirnication ■ 10. 14. /'. from'idolatrv

1 1,111.1). 1 1. but thou, maiiof (iod /. tlie.se tluiiJs

2 'J, in. 2. ',2. /. also vouthful lusts, follow taitli ' .lam. 4.7. re.5lst the devil, and he will /. fro^n vi 11 Jle:. 9. 0. ill those days death shall /'. t'loiii the'm

12. 14. that the woman might/, into wildeiiiess .Ve I'LV. FLEE ariay. Gen. 31. 27. wherefore di'lst thou f. «r.V7i/ secret I v ' 2 Sam. 18. 3. if we./'. a::ni/they will not care for i.s .l"h 9. 25. my days/, a-eay, thev see no good 20. 8. /'. a:ia

FI.I'.EINt;. " f.ev. 20. 30. thev shall fiee as f. from a sword Pnii. 4.42. that /'. to one of these cities he mi-lit live .l,h'.-. * 22. in./", he would fiee out of his hand .ill. 3. for want and famine /. to the wilderness

FEE El 11. Ih III. 19. 11. smite him moi tallv. f. into one ofcitle'i ./(■/) 14. 2. he r. as a shadow and coiitmiietli not Js,i. ','4. 18. tliat he who/, from the noise of tear ,/()■. 48. 19. ask him that /'. and her that esraoeth

■14. lie that /'. from the fear, shall fall into the pit .liiiKs'K 1. h'e that/, of ilieiii shall not flee away .lehn 10. 12. but he that is an hireling/. 13.

FLEsll. Flesh /,( vnilerslnul lhe,s. ler. 17.5. (Ill sell be the mall that maketh ,flrsli his arm ; //)((/ dejemis vpon any hinnan yo-.er for h,ly. (0) / )■ the ,,nal,,y .f lorri.imon. uhnli is noi sinliil, hilt the elt,,i 1/ sin. lo i.hieh our I o lies 'are suhjeit in this lite. 1 (or. 15. .'jO. I lesh and bloi'id cannot inherit the kingdom of (.oil; that is, our trail eiririHihle bodies , an- n,l ,t n,e loheaien : that irhteh shall inherit hi at en mu,t he as iueo,ruit tlesh, a hoey :r,tlnvl eorniy- tion. (7) 7i r the , 'late 'f this pi,, ent life. 1 hil. 1. 24. 'lo ahiiie in the tlesh i.v more iieedtiil lor vou. <8) lor that uhieh is accoidiiiu to the ordinay course ,f nature, G»\\. A. '::',. Me who was of the lioml-woman, was JKirn alter Ihe tlesh. Ishmael r.vi.f horn after the manner of other men, by the mere aiui sole efheniy tf na*

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ticre, net hy promise, as was Isaac, uhen his mother n'us natui atlj/ pa.\\l conception. CJJ t'Jesli is taieii for -cliatsoei er m man is reputed ?nost eicellent and glorious utt/iout the grace of Christ ; as tiobililj/, wisdom, 7inderstanding or reasi'ji. Mat. 16. 17- Flesli and blood hath not revealed it unto thee : nothing oftia/ure has done it. And m John 1. 1.3. Born not of blood, nor of the will of the flesh : that is, neither hy their descent from such and such ancestors, nor hy the power of their own free- will. (1(0 For all that in religion which is out- ward, and to be seen with the eye, as moral icorts, or ce enionies, Horn. 4. 1. What hath Abraham found as pertaining to the flesh i The word flcsli IB the following verse, is explained to be the works of Abraham, which did not justify him before God. Thus i'eza, Piscator, and others, itueipret the place. And in this .\\en>e flesh is tahni, Ual. 3. 3. Are ye now made perfect by the flesh •■ that is, by works, and the carnal ceremonies of the law. ^11) For the whole 7iature oj man, as it Cometh into the world corrupt, vile, and infected with .tin, Jiom. 7. 5.18.8. When we were in the flesh. They that aie in the flesh ; that is, in a carnal, corrupt stale ; such cannot please God, namely, while they cimtinue so, and till they he converted. Ijikeuise in all other places where the word flesh is applied to men unregenerated , it signifies the wfiole corrnptio7i and depravity of our nature, raging and reigning both in the understanding and will : but m those places of Scripture, where flesh is attributed to persons that are converted, and is set in opposition to the Spirit, it signifies the remainder of natural cormption, even so much of that vicious quality of sin, as is still unmortified rn regenerated persons. See Horn. 7. 18, C5. Gal. 5. 17, 24.

To be one flesh, denotes a most inseparable union, and an intimate communion, as if the two were but 07ie person, or one body, ''en.2.C4. -And they shall be one flesh. This phrase is used by the apostle to show the union and communion that is between Christ and believers, Eph. 5. .S<1, ."il. Flesh aUo signifies the human nature of Christ, Heb. 10. 20. Ihrouiih the vail, that is to say, his flesh. It is called flesh, because it was subject to sinless weaknesses and infir?nities, and whereby his divine nature was veiled and covered over ; even as the ark of the covenant, the mercy-seat, and the most holy place, were by the vail. \\ he flesh of Chiist signifies whole Christ, both God and man in one person, John 6. 55. My flesh is meat indeed, that is, I myself , with all my bene- fits, being received and applied by faith. A heart of flesh denotes a tender, tractable temper and dis- position of soul, Ezek. 36. £6. I'lesh is also taken for the outward appearance, John 8. 15. Ye judge after the flesh.

Ge«. 2. 21. God dosed up the/, instead thereof 24. shall cleave to his wife, and they shall be one/.

6. 3. shall not strive w ith man, for that he is/.

17. 11. ye shall circumcise the/, of your foreskin

14. whose/, is not circumcised shall be cut ofl 23. Abraham circumcised the/, of their foreskin

37. 27. for he is our brotlier and our/. £xod. 4. 7. his hand w as turned ag^in as his other/. 28. +42. make linen breeches to c6i\\er the/. 29. 14. burn the/. Lev. 9. 11. |1 6. 27. Num. 19. 5.

30. 32. upon man's f. shall it not be poured Xer. 6. 27. what shall touch /. thereof shall be holy

7. 19. as for/, all that are clean shall eat thereof

8. 31. boil the/, at the door of the tabernacle 13. 10. if there be quick raw/. 14, 15, 16, 24.

.38. if in the skin of their y. have briwht spots, 39. 15. 7. that toucheth the /. of him that hath an issue

19. it her issue in her/, be blood, she is put apart 21. 5. nor shall make any cuttin<>s in their/. IHum. 11. .33. while the/, was between their teeth 12. 12. as dead, of whom the I', is half consumeil

18. 18. and the/, of them shall be thine Deut. 32. 42. and my sword shall devour/. Judg. 6. 20. take the /. and the unleavened cakes

21. there rose up fire out of rock, and consumed/.

1 Sam. 2. 13. servant came, while/, was in seething

15. he said, give/, to roast for the priest

2 Sam. 6. 19. David dealt to each/. 1 Chron. 16. 3.

1 Kings 17. 6. the ravens brought liim bread anil/'.

in the morning, and bread and/, in the evening

19. 21. boiled their/, with the instruments of oxen 8 Kings 4. 34. and the /. of the child waxed warm

2 Chr. .32. 8. with him is an arm of/, with us is Ciod AW(. 5. 5. yet our/, is as the/, of our brethren Job 10. 4. hast thou eyes of/. ? or seest as man see th .'

11. thou hast clothed me with skin and /. Psnl. 56. 4. I will not fear what/, can do unto me

78. 20. can he provide/, for his people ? 27. he rained /. also upon them as dust

39. tor he remembered thatthej were but/.

79. 2. the/, of thy saints given to beasts of earth Prov. 4. 22. my sayings are health to their/.

23. 20. be not among riotous eaters of/. Isa. 10. + 18. consume the glory from soul to the/.

31. 3. and their horses are/, and not spirit 49. 26. I will feed them with their own /.

Jer. 11. 15. and the holy/, is passed from thee 12. 12. the spoilers are come, no/, shall have peace 17. 5. cursed be the man that makelh /. his arm

£,iek. 4. 14. nor came abominable/, into my mouth

10. + 12. their/, backs, wings, were full of eyes

11. 3. this city is the caldron, and we be the/. 7. your slain in midst of it, they are the/. 11. nor shall ye be the/, in the midst thereof 19. and I will give them a heart of/. 36. 26.

16. 26. great of/, and hast increased thy whoredoms 23. 20. paramours, whose/, is as/, of asses S4. 10. heap on wood.consume the/. spice it well 37. 6. and 1 will brinsup/. upon you, 8. Dan. 2. 11. the gods, whose dwelling is not with/. 7. 5. they said to it, arise, devour much/. 10. 3. neither came/, nor wine in my mouth Hos.f,. 13. they sacrifue/. for sacrifices of oflcrings Mic. 3. 2. w ho pluck tlie/. irom ofl their bones 170

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Zeph. 1. 17. their/, shall be poured out as dung }lag. 2. 12. if one bear holy/, m skirtof his garment Zech. 14. 12. their/, shall consume away Mat. 16. 17./. and blood hath not revealed it to (hee

19. 5. shall cleave to his wife, and they twain shall be one/. 0. Mark 10. 8. 1 Cor. 6. 16. Eph. 5. 31.

24. 22. there should no/, be saved, Mark 13. 20.

26.41. spirit willing, but/, is weak, Mark 14. .38. Luke 24. 39. spirit hath not/, and bones, as ye see me Johi 1. 14. the wonu was made/, and dwelt

6. 63. the Spirit qpickeneth, the/, profiteth nothing Acts 2. .30. the seed of 1 )av. according to/. Horn. 1 . .-f. Rom. 3. 20. there shall no/, be justified in his sight

4. 1. that Abraham as pertaining to the/, found

7. 25. but with the/. I serve the law of sin

8. 3. in that the law was weak through the /. God

sent his own Son in the likeness of sinful/..

9. 3. for my brethien and kinsmen according to/'. 5. of w hom as concerning the /. Christ canie

13. 14. make not provision for the/, to fulfil

1 Cor. 1. 29. that no/, should glory in his presence

15. 39. there is one/, of men, another of beasts

50. /. and blood cannot inherit the kingd. of God

2 Cor. 1. 17. do I purpose according to the/. .*■

4. 11. that life of Jesus be made manifest in our.f. 7. 5. our/, had no rest, but we were troubled iO. 2. as if we walked according to the/. Gal. 1. 16. I conferred not with/, and blood

2. 16. by works of the law shall no/, be justified 3. 3. are ye now made perfect by the/. '/

5. 13. use not liberty for an occasion to the/. 17./. lusteth asrainst the Spirit, Spirit aiiainst/. 24. they that are Christ's have crucified the/.

Eph. 2. 3. we all had our conveisat. in lusts of our/.

6. 5. your masters according to the /. Col. 3. 22. 12. for we wrestle not asafnst/. and blood

Ueb. 2.14. the children are partakers of/, and blood

12. 9- we had fathers of our/', who corrected us Jude 7- and going after strange/, are an examjile

8. likewise these filthy dreamers defile the/. 23. hating even the garment spotted by the /. Rev. 19. 18. may eat/, of captains,/, of mighty men 21. and all the fowls were filled with their/. V See F.AT, E.tTETH.

After the FLESH. John 8. 15. ye judge after the f. I judge no man Rom. 8. 1. are in Christ, who w alk nor'after the f. 4.

5. they that are after the f. mind thin;;s of the/.

12. not debtors to the flesh to live after the f.

13. for if ye live after the f. ye shall die

1 Cor. 1 .26. not many wise men after thef. are called 10. 18. behold Israel after ti.ef.

2 Cor. 5. 16. we know no man after thef. though we

have known Chr. after f. yet know'him no more

10. 3. tho' walk in flesli, we do not war after thef.

11. 18. seeing that many glory after the f. 1 also Gal. 4. 23. Ishmael was born after thef. 29. 2P«. 2. 10. chiefly them that walk after thef.

All FLESH. Gen. 6. 12. for allf. had corrupted his way on earth 13. God said, the end ni'allf. is come before me 6. 19. of all f. two of every sort shalt thou bring in- to the ark to keep them alive, 7. 15.

7. 21. allf. died that moved upon the earth

8. 17. bring forth of allf. both of fowl and cattle 9. 11. nor shall cUf. be cut off any more, 15.

16. covenant between me and allf. on eartli, 17. Lev. 17. 14. for the life of allf. is the blood ]S,um. 8.7. letthcm shave n//their/.and wash clothes

16. 22. the God of the spirits of allf. 27. 16.

18. 15. every thing that openeth the matrix of all/. Deut. 5. 26. who of allf. heard the wonl of C;od Job 12. + 10. in whose hand is breath of allf. of man

.34. 15. all f. shall perish together, man turn to dust }'s. 65.2. thotihearest prayer.to thee shall allf. come 1.36.25. who "iveth food toallf. liis mercy forever 145. 21. let allf. bless his holy name tor ever 7.1a. 40. 5. and allf. sha'.l see it together

6. allf. is grass, as flower of the field, 1 Pet. 1. 24. 49. 26. allf. sliall know I am thy Sav. Etek. 21. 5. C6. 16. for by fire will the Lord plead with allf.

23. allf. shall come to worship before me.saith L.

24. they shall be an abhorring to allf.

Jer. 25. 31. he will plead with allf. saith the Lord

.32.27. behold, I am the Lord the God of all f.

45. 5. for behold, I will bringevil on allf. saith I^. Eiek. 20. 48. allf. shall see that 1 have kindled it

21. 4. shall ray sword go forth ag. allf. from south ])a7i. 4. 12. fowls dwelt, and allf. was feil of it Joel 2. 28. will pour out my Spirit on allf. ActsQ. I7. /ech. 2. 13. be silent, O allf. before the Lord J. vie 3. 6. and allf. shall see the salvation of God John 17. 2. thou hast given him power over allf. 1 Cor. 15. 39. allf. is not the same flesh, one of men

His FLESH. Erod. 21. 28. and his f. shall not be eaten

29. 31. and seethe hisf. in the holy place Lev. 4. 11. burn all hisf. with his head, 8. 17.

6. 10. he shall put linen breeches on hisf. 16. 4.

13. 2. shall have a rising in the skin of his/.

3. priest look on the plague in the skin ot hisf.

4. if bright spot be white in the skin of his f. 11. it is an old leprosy in the skin of hisf. 13.

14. 9. he shall wash his clothes, also wash his f. in

water, 15. 16. 1 16. 24, 28. Num. li). 7.

15. 2. any man hath a running issue out of hisf. 3. w hetlier hisf. run with his issue, or be stopped

17. 16. but if he wash them not, nor bathe hisf. 22. 6. be unclean, unless he wash hisf. with water

1 Kings 21. 27. Ahab put sackcloth on hisf.

2 Kings 5. 14. hisf. came again, and he was clean 6. ,30. behold Joram had sackcloth on hisf.

Job 2. 5. touch his bone and hisf. he will curse tliee 14. 22. but hisf. upon him shall have pain 31. 31. if men said not, O that we had of his f. 33. 21. hisf. is consumed away, it cannot be seen

25. hisf. shall be fresher than a child's

41 . 23. the flakes of his f. are joined togethe Prov. 11. 17. he that is cruel tronbleth hisf. Eccl. 4. 5. the fool foldeth his hands, and eateth his/. Isa. 17. 4. the fatness of /i».t /. shall wax lean Joh7i 6. Si. can this man give us hisf. to eat i

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Acts 2. 31. neither hisf. did see corruption

Gal. 6. 8. he that soweth to his f. shall reaf) corrup

Fph. 2. 15. having abolished in hisf. the enmity

5. 29. no man ever yet hated his own/.

30. forvye are members of his body , of his f. Col. 1. 22. now hath reconciled in the liody ot hisf. Heb. 5. 7' who in days of hisf. when offered prayers-

10. 20. consecrated thro' vail, that is to say, hts f.

In the FLESH, or in FLESH. Gen. 17. 24. Abraham was circumcised 171 thef.

25. Ishmael circumcised in thef. of his foreskin Ezek. 44. 7. brought in uncircumcised in the f.

9. uncircumciseii m thef. not enter the sanctuary Dan. 1.15. counten. appeared fairer and fatter >w/. Horn. 2. 28. circumcision which is outward in the f.

7. 5. for when we were in the f. the motions of sin

8. 3. and for sin condemned sin in the f.

a. they that are «>j the f. cannot please God 9. but ye are not in thef. but in the Spirit

1 Cor. 7. 28. such shall have trouble iit thef.

2 Cor. 10. 3. though we walk in thef. not war after/.

12. 7. there was given to me a thorn in the f. (lal. 2. 20. life which I now live in thef. is by faith

6. 12. as desire to make a fair shew in the f. Eph. 2. 11. in time past Gentiles in the /. called

the circumcision !m thef. made by hands- Phil. 1. 22. if I live in thef. this is the fruitof labour 24. to abide »»4 thef. is more needful for you

3. 3. and have no confidence in thef.

4. though I might have confidence in the f.

Col. 2. 1. as many as have not seen my face i« thef.

5. tho' 1 be absent in thef. 1 am with you in spirit 1 'J'im. 3. 16. (iod was manifest in thef. justified Philem. 16. how much more to tliee, both in the f. 1 Pet. 3. 18. Christ being put to death m thef.

4. 1 . Christ hath sufl^ered tor us in thef. for he that

hath suffered in thef. hath ceased from si» 2. no longer live the rest of his time in thef.

6. might be judged acconiing to men »« the f.

1 John 4. 2. denieth that Christ is come in the f. 3.

2 Joh'>i 7. confess not that (.'hrist is come in the f.

My FLESH. 1 .^am. 25. 11. shall 1 then take my bread and myf. ? Job 4. 15. the hair of 7>iy f. stood up

6. 12. is my strength of stones ^ or is myf. brass ^

7. 5. myf. is clothed with worms and

13. 14. wherefore do I take myf. in my teeth ? 19. 20. my bone cleaveth to my skin, and myf.

22. why persecute, and not satisfied with myf.?

26. worms destroy body, yet in my/, shall I seeG. 21. 6. anil trembling taKeth hold of 7riy f.

Psal. 16. 9. my f. shall rest in hope, Acts 2. 26. .'J8. 3. there is no soundness in my f. 7. 63. 1. 7ny f. lomreth for thee in a dry thirsty land ■73. 26. myf. faileth, but (7. is my portion for ever 84. 2. my heart and 7nyf. crieth out for (iod 102. ■f5."by croaning my bones cleave to 77;^^/. 109. 24. my knees are weak , 77)y/. faileth of fatness 119. 120. myf. trembleth for fear of thee Eccl. 2. + 3. I sought to draw my f. with wine Jer. 51. 35. the violence done to rrie, and to 77;^/. Lam. 3. 4. my f. and my skin hath he made old John 6. 51. the bread that 1 will give, is myf.

54. whoso eateth my f. hath eternal life, 5(5.

55. my f. is meat indeed, my blood drink indccti Rom. 7. 18. in my f. dwellethno good thing

11. 14. if 1 may provoke them wliich are my f. Gal. 4. 14. mv temptation which was in my f. Col. 1. 24. of the afflictions of Christ in myf.

See KoNE. Of the FLESH. Eiod. 12. 46. shalt not carry forth ought of the f, 29. 34. if ought of the f. remain unto morning l^eiit. 28. .55. nor give of the f. of his children Prov. 14. .30. a sound heart is the Wftof the f. Feci. 12. 12. much study is a weariness of the f. John 1. 13. bom,not'ifthe will of the f. but of God 3. 6.' that which is born of the f. is flesh Rom. 8. 5. that after flesh do mind the things oftI.ef. f 6. for the minding of the f. is

9. 8. that is. they which are the children of the f.

1 Cor. 5. 5. to Satan for the destruction of the f.

2 Cor. 7. 1. let us cleanse from all filthiness of thef. Gal. 4. 13. through infirmity of the f. 1 preachetf

5. 16. ye shall not fulfil the lusts of the f.

19. now the works of the f. are manifest, adultery 6. 8. that soweth to/, shall of the f. reap corruption Eph. 2. 3. wafked in lusts of the f. desires of the f. Col. 2. 11. putting off the body of sins of the f.

23. not in honour to the satisfying of the f. Heb. 9. 13. sanctifieth to the purgins of the f.

1 Pet. 3. 21. not the putting away the fi\\\\\\\\ of the f,

2 Pet. 2. W. they allure through the lusts (///;«/. 1 Johii 2. 16. the lust if the f. the lust of the eyes

■Ihy FLESH. Ge7!. 40. 19. the birds shall eat thy f. from oflFthee

1 .S'aTji. 17. 44. I will give thy f. unto fowls pf the air

2 Saw. 5. 1. we are thy bone and thy /. 1 Chr. 11.1. 2 Kings 5. 10. wash, and Mi//, shall come again Prov.ti. 11. mourn at last, when Ihy f. is consumed Eccl. 5. 6. suffer not thy mouth to cause thyf. tosiu

11. 10. therefore put away evil from thy f. Isa. 58. 7. that thou hide not thyself from thyo-viw/ Ezek. 32. 5. I will lay thy f. on the mountains

Your I'LESH. /.«!■. 19. 28. ye shall not make cnttinss in your f. .Judg. a. t. tlien I will tear your f. with the thorns Ezek. .36. 26. 1 w ill take stony hcftrt out of your f. Rom. 6. 19. because of the infirmity of your f. Gal. 6. 13. that they may glory in your f. Col. 2. 13. being dead in uncircumcision of your f. Jam. 5. 3. rust shall eat your f. as it were fire Fleshed, see Fat, Lean. Fi ESH-HOOK. 1 Sam. 2. 13. the priest's servant came with Tif.-hook 14. all that the /.-Aiw/t brought up, the priest took ILESH-IIOOKS. Eiod. 27.3.shaltmakehis/.-/i«i*.tand his fire paii-i 38. 3. he made all the vessels and the f. -hooks Num. 4. 14. put upon the purple cloth i:w f. -hooks 1 (;Ar, 28. 17. David gave pure gold foi Vaef.-houkt

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C Chr. 4. 16. he made also the pots and ihe f. hooks

FLLSbll-Y. e Cor. 1. IC. that in simplicity, not with/, wisdom .3. :). nut in stone, but in /. tables ot the heart Cvl. 'J. 18. vainly putted up liy hisy. minil 1 Ftt. •. li. beloved, abstain from t. lusts tiiat war

K1.ESI1-P01». £jiod. 1(3. 3. when we sat by the i.-pols and did eat

I'LKW. 1 Sam. 14. 3C. and the people/, upon the spoil C5. t 14. an. tj. then/, one ot the seraphim^ unto me

l'l.ll>. jLiod. 8. CI. I will send swarms ot'/. upon thee

31. he reni.oved the swarms ot/. ironi Phar

Klj. 31. and there came divers sorts or/. heel. 10.1. dead f. cause the ointment to send tLrtli

ILIEIH. Deut. 4. 17. the likeness ot any winged fowl that/.

14. 19. every creepm:.' thinu that ;. is luu lean •-'8. 4i). .shall lirmg a nation as switt as t!ie ea^le /'.

J'sa/. 01. 5. nor tor the arrow tiiat f. by day JS'afi, 3. 16. the caukcrworm spodetii ami/, away

I I. Kill I. Job 11. + CO. and/, shall periah from the \\v icked Jsa. 52. 12. sliall not :;o out witli hasti- noryo hy f. Jer. 46. + 5. their nuuhty ones are tied a r. Van. y. t Cl. (Tabriel was cause; I to tty with/. .linos C. 14. the/, shall peri-h from tlie swift' j\\lat. C4. CO. l>ray 1. be ii(

^e' Pit.

1-LiN r.

T>eut. 8. 15. brought water out of the rock of I'. Job C8. + y. he iJuttelh fnrtli his haiiil on tlie /". Psal. 114. 8. tuniini: the / into a fountain f^r '\\i aters Jsa. 5. C8. their horses shall be comitril like f. 5). 7. therefore have I set my face like a r. ' i'ltX-. 3. y. harder than I. i'.a\\ e' 1 made tliy torehead

I'LIN 1 V. IJeul. 32. 13. made him to suck oil o;.t of the /. rock

Fl.ll. Jer. 49. t 30. flee,/, greath , O inhabitants of Ilazor

II.OC K. Oen. 4. 4. .Abel broui;ht of tlie tirstliiiL'S of his f. Ci. CS. Al'raham set ewe lamhsot r. lic tlieiDSt-lves C7. y. 20 now to the f. and fetch two ;:uod kids C.I. 10. .lacoli watered tlie /. ot l.aban 3.1. 31. 1 will atrain feed a'nd kecptli\\ f. ;iC. 1 will pass th.rouuh all ihyj. to'oay 36. and Jacob ted the rest of l.ahaus r. 40. Jacob did separate all the brown in the C 31. 4. Jacob called Kacliel and 1 eah to his/. .Sa. the rams of thy /. have 1 I'.ot eaten 3.S. 13. if men overdrive them, the./, will die :'7. C. loseph WAS fee

IC. his brethren went to feeil'their f. 13. .•J8. 17. 1 will send thee a kid trom 'the f. }i.iod.'2. 16. the troni;hs to water their tather's f.

17. .Moses heli'eil.and watered tlieir f. 19. 3. 1. .Moses led the/, to the back side (it the desert J.tr. 1. C. brim; of your ot)erin

15. 14. thou shall furnish him libeially out of

th'

19. all the firstling males of thv f. shalt sanciifv 16. C. shalt sacrirtce to the Lord thy t;od of the'y'. 1 Sam. 17. 34. a lion took a lamb out of the I'. C Sam. IC. 4. he spared to take of hiso«n {.' '1 Uhrvn. 35. 7. losiah gave to the pei-ide of the (. Jii:H). 1. 1 disdained to set with tlie do-sof luv f. Cant. 1.7. wherefhou makest thv r. to rest at nocin 8. go thy Way brth by t!ie footsteps of the/. 4. 1. thy hair is as a/, of uoats, 0. 5.

2. thy teeth are like a/, of slui'ii, I'l. i>. 7.-a. 40. 11. he shall feed his I. like a sheiilierd

63. 11. brought them with the shepherd ct his t'. Jer. 13. 17. because the 1 ord's r. iscaiiied cap'tive Co. where is the /.wa- given thee, thv beautiful/./ C3. C. ye have scattered m\\ /. and driven tl-.em

3. 1 will gather the remnant of mv I.

25. .34. cry and wallow, ye priiiciparof the/. .35. nor tlie prin. ipal ot the/', to escape' 36. an howling of the principal of tr.e 1. be heard 31. 10. ami keep him as a slu pherd doth his/.

12. they shall siU2 for the vomii; of the I'. 49. do. least of the /. shall draw iliem i lit. .'tO. 45. 51. C3. will break in piecesthe shep'erd and his t. hieA: C4. 5. take the choice of the /. burn the bonis 34. 3. ye eat the tat, but ye feed 'not the t. 6. my I. w as scattered on the face of the earth 8. surely because my/, became a pre v. m\\ /.meat 10. I Mill require my/. 1 will deliver niv /. 12. as a slieiJherd seeketh out his /. in the day 15. I will feed my/. !| I7. as for you, () mv }: 2C. therefore will I save my f. no more a pr'ey 31. ye mv t. the/, of mv pasture, are nun 36. .38. as the holy/, as the/, of lerusalem 45. 15. ye shall otier one lamb out of the /'. Amos 6. 4. ann eat the lambs out of the /'. 7. 15. the i ord took me as I followed the f. Jonah 3. 7. let nut herd nor/, taste anv thing Mic. C. IC. as the l\\ in the midst ot their lidd 4. H. thou. I • tow'erof the/, the strong hold 7. li. feed thv people, the/, of thine heritace llah. 3. 17. tho' tlie/. sb.all be cut off trom the fold Zcch. u. it'i. save them as the f. of his people lo. '/. therefore they went their way as a/. 3. tirthe Ijrd of Viosts hath visited his i. 11.4. saitli the I ord, will feed the/. ofslaiiL-bter, ". 7- the poor of the /'. that waited on me, 11. 17. woe to the idol shepherd, that leavelh the/. MrJ. 1. II. deceiver which hath in his/, a male Mat. C6. 31. the sheep of the f. shall be scattered Jjuke n. B. keeping watch ove'r their/", by nisht 12.32. fear not Uttle /'. it is your I'atlief's pleasure

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Acts CO. C8. take heed therefore to all the /.

C9. grievous wolves shall enter, not spaiins: the /. 1 (_'(.;•. y. 7. who feedeth a/, and eateth not of milk .- 1 Pet. 5. C. feeil the /. of liod which is amoni; you 3. not as being loros, but beinu ensamples lo the /. LUe a ILOe l\\. Ji>f) Cl. 11. send furth their little ones /tie a f. i'sai. 77. Co. thou leddest thy peojile like 11 1. 78. 5C. heuuided thein in the wilderness Uke a f. tiO. 1. thou that leadest Joseph /iXf a f. 107. 41. and niaketh hi;ii fandlies /(/(••; a /. h-tk. 36. 37. 1 will increase them wifh nun like a f.

J'l.tK'K.S. <.ien. Z). C. and lo. three f. of sheep Ivinu' bv the well, for out of that thev wateie..! tiie/. 3. and thither were all the f. gatlierfd 8. we cannot, till all the f. "bel'athered to'jetlier 30. ,x;. Jacob set tlie rods he pilled before the/.

39. aim \\h.e/. conceived betore the roiis

40. Jacoii set the faces of the/, towards the rim:-

straked, he put his own/, by tlieinstlves 3C. 5. 1 have oxen, asses,/, and men-servants 7. he divided the/', and herds, and camels 37. It. uo, see wheiherit be well with tlie \'.

16. tell me, 1 pray t!iee, wheretliey feed their/. 47. 4. tii>' servants have no pasture tor their. ^

17. Joseph uave bread inexch. for h, rses and I'. I.ei . 1. lo. if his ottering be ot the t. of tlie shee'p

5. 15. bring a ram without blemish out of the I. yum. 31.9. Israel tooK spoil of all their/, and goods 30. tliou shalt take one jxrtion of tbe.t.

3C. Cb.our wives, our /. and cattle, sliall be there l>iiit. 7. 13. he V. ill also bless tlie f. otihv sheep

Cti. 4. blessed shall be the/, of thv sheep

18. cursed shall be the u of thy sheep 51. who shall not leave'tlie I. of tliv sheep

Jhi.'.','. 5. 16. to hear the bleatimis ot t'i.e I.

1 kini/f Co. C7. pitclied like tuo little f.'of kid?

1 ' h,on. 4. :VK they v. cut to Seek pasture f.r their/.

41. because there was pasture for their f.

C7. 31. and over the /■ wasjaziztlie llaL-arite C (. /iron. 17. 11. the Arabians tirumrlit him ^ .h'lt ^4. C. violently takeaway/, and feed'thereof /'.'<;/. 8. + 7. f. anti oxen all under his feet

ti.'). 13. " ._■ pastures are clothed with 1.

?;<. 48. lie gave their/, to hot tlumdei holts Ciii:t. 1.7. turn aside by the/', ot thy coir.panions I'll, 17. C. cities of ..\\roerare ti>isaken, shall be tor/'.

:iC. 14. tlie palaces sb.all be a pasture of t.

6 I. 7. all the/, of Kedar shall be L-athered together

61. 5. and sti'anuefs shall stand and teed vour (.

lio. 10. Aharon shall be a fil.l tor 1. valhv of ,.\\chor J. r. 6. 3. the sheiihenis witii their/, shall come to her

M. Cl. shall not prosiier, all /'. shall be scattered

31. C4. dwell in .1 udah they that lo forth with./'.

33. IC. shepherds causins.' their./', to lie ilovwi 13. the.f. shall passa^iam under the rod

49. C9. their t;-nts and/, shall they take away 5 I. 8. and be as tiie he-goats before the /'.

I z- k.'2D. 5. Aiimionites acouchinir place for/. M. C. should not the shepherds feed tlie /. .' 3d. 38. the waste cities shall be hlled with /'.of men

Joel 1. 18. the/, of sheep are made desolaie

.Mie. 1. 1 11. inhabitantofcountry of/', can. e not forth 5. 8. as a youm: lion amoim the /'. of sheep

Zti'ti. C. 6. and llie sea-coast shall be ti Ids bir f. n.f. shall lie down in the midst of Mneveh F1.()CK8 with herds.

Gen. 13. 5. Lot also hail/, and herds, and tents C4. :5d. the Lord hath Liiven .-Abraham/, and herds Co. 14. Isaac had possession of/, and herds 3C.7. Jacob divided/, and herds into two bands

33. 13. the /. and herds w ith youm.' are with me 45. Id. thoii shaltbe near me, thou,' thy/. -Attdherds 47. 1. m.v brethren, their.^. and herds are come

50. 8. their/, and herds left they in land of (ioshen Lrnd. 10. 9. we will go with our/, and our herds

Cl. only let your/', and your /(t,T(/,> be stayed IC. 3C. also take yoiir.f. and herds, and be none

34. 3. neither let /'. nor herds ievii befire the mount yum. 1 l.CC. shall" the/'. amUm/.t be slain fnr them Ihnt. St. 13. when thv herds and thv /'. nmltiplv

IC. 6.tirstlin^'Sof /i. and f. 17. I 14.'C3. Af//. 10.36. 1 Slim. 30, Co. David took all the./', and the herd' C Sum. IC. C. rich man had exceedim; many /'.and /;. C ' hr V . .iC. C9. provided iiossessions of /. and Inrds I'rui. 'J7. C3. know thv /. look well to'lbv hirds J,r. 3. C4. shame had devoured their/, ah. 1 herds 5. 17. an ancient nation shall eat thv^'. and h, rds Wt.t. 5. 6. they shall go with /.and herds to seek Ld.

i-LOOD. Not enln that terrible ininidiiticm is in .^eriptnrc en. ltd food, :.'here/iy (,ed destroi/ed all m„„/.ind, ar.d all the animals of the earth and air. uiaeii :e, : e nvt m the ark hiitlt hy N oah ; hut hke-.eise all sorts i /■ iiiinidiiriony or extraurdlniirv eollcetions of -..liter's, 'i'liw the Psalmist .7,™/-;;/;/ 01 the tenters 01 the SI a, or el a rirrr, erpiessis it hi/ the :enrd flood, /',«/. lib. (i. I hey went through the Hood on foot. I'he same P.salm.i3t sets forth eitreme diiniiers vnder the notion of a iiiwii,' I'tal. &.>. 15. l.et not the water-Hood overtiow me. And the indent assaults and .■naden iniiirsions 0/ the deiil and his instniments aiianist the ehure'h are eom- pnred to a liood, Isa. ,59. 19. N\\ hen the eneiiiv shall come in like a tiood. />> floods aie also ^ii/nijied iireat ylenty and ahvndanee of -piritiial and tempoiiil hle'sini;', Isa. 44.3. 1 will jiour Hoods upon the dry mound. den. I'). 17. I , even I, brim; a/, of ■water on the earth 7. 6. when the/, of waters 'was ii|.on the earth 7. Noah went in. because of the waters otthe/. 10. afti'r seven days the/, was on the earth 7. 17. the/, was toi'ty davs on the earth

9. 11. ir r'shall be anv more a /'. todestroy the earth C8. Noah lived after the/. .S50 .sears

10. 1. to them were sons Ix'rn after the.f.

3C. the natii^ns were ilivided in the earth after/. Josh. C4.C. vour fathers on either side of /'. 3. 14, 15. .Job 14. 11. as the./', decayeth and driet'i op

CC. 16. whose foundation was overthrown with a/.

28. 4. the/, breaketh out from the iuhabitaut

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Psal. CQ. 10. the Lord sitteth upon the/, he is king 66. 6. they went thro' the/, on foot, we rejoiced l\\\\. 15. let not the water-/, overliow me 74. 15. thou didst cltave'the fountain and the/. 90. 5. thou carriest them awav as with a/. i.>«.C8. C. a strong one. which as a /'. sliall cast down 59. 19. tlie enemy shall come in "like a/. Jir. 46. 7. "ho is this th.tt cometh up as a/..' 8. Eg.viit riseth u|) like a/, waters are moved 47. C. belnjld, waters shall be an oveiliowim/ Van. 9. Co. the end thereof shall be w ith a / 11. CC. witti the armsof a /'. shall thev be overflown Amos 8. 8. it shall rise up wholly as" a /'. 9. 5. 9. 5. and shall be drowned as b"y the.f. of l.^O'pt A«/i. 1, 8. with an overruimim; /. make an end Mat. C4. ;«. m days beiore the'/, tliev were eating

3,1. and knew not till the/', ca'me. Liiko I7. C7. Luke 6. 48. w hen the/, arose the stream beat C I'et. C. 5. brini^im; in the t.on world of imaodiy Ree. Ig. 15. the cr.iuoii [;oiired out water as a f. 16. the earth lieiped, aii-l swallowed up the/". lUjtilJ (,A I 1.^. '.'len. 7. + 11. the/.-(,'fiff •■ of he.iveii were opened

ILOdl).^. I'rod. 15. 8. the./', stood uijn^h.t as an heap C .s«/«. gj. 5./. otunnodlv made me afraid. /',?. 18.4. Jjh Co. 17. he sl.all not see tiie rivers and tlie/. ■..'!. Jl. he biiioeth the /'. from overllowini; Psal. C4. C. he h.ith established it upon the/. 3C. 6. siacl.v ill the/, of great waters not come nigh 09. C. into deep waters, where the/, overriow me 7H. 44. and had turned their f. into blood 9.). 3. thef. have lilted up.O 1 ord./'. have lifted up 98. 8. let the /'. clap their hands, let lulls be joyful I'uiit. 8. 7. neither call the/, cirown love I-a. 44. :i. for 1 will pour 1. upon the dry I'lOund y.;t'.<.3l. 15. 1 rest! allied the /'. thereof, waters staved Jonah -2. 3. the /.CO 11 passed me about, thy billows Mat. 7. C5. the/, came, winds blew, and beat, g7.

1 i.ooii, ;■,,■*.

C Chrvn.?s\\. 11. and for ti'iil er to /'.the houses

I'LCniK, ^^nh.tiintiii. Uin. 5.1. 10. they came to the diresiiinii .f. of Atad

11. when inliatiitaids s.iw iiioiiriiim: m r. of ..\\tad \\iiiii. 5. 17. tile pi tests shall take oust that is in/.

15. go. as ye 00 the ia ..v e-i Itel illii of Oueshillir /'. 18. '.7. as tr.o' It weie tlie ciiiii o.^ the thi eshim;'/'.

:;o. be counted as tlie iiirre.;-e of the tlireshiriL'/. J hilt. 15. 14. thou sliall loir.ish him out ot thy'/.

16. t 13. after thou hast i.'atiieie(i in ti.v t'. Jiidii. 6. .37. I will put a t'e.'Ce of w.,ol ill the/. lihih 3. C. he w lllllo\\^et!; in the ihreshiiij f.

'2 Sam. 6. 6. came to Nachoii's tiiiesh. t. 1 Ci.r. 13. 0. C4. J8. rear an altai in the threshing '/.of .\\raunah Cl. David said, to Iniv the tiireshihu f. o: tiiee 1 Kinys 6. .to. he overl.od tiie.f'. of houie with L-old 7. 7. with cedar from one side ot' the/; to the other C Kiniis t). g7. out of the barn-r'. or the w ine-press ? 1 <7,,-, «.C1. Ci!. 1.. hail answered in the tlireshing/. C Ciiti n. .3. 1. preiiarel in tiutsldnu (. of Ornan 18. t o. tiiey sat m a 1'. at Ike enteriin.' of the •;ate I'u. Cl. 10. O my tlueshmit. and the (orn of my r". Jer. 51. .S;i. ilau^diter of 1 ab. is like a thresiiiiri.f". Us. 9. 1. thoii liast loved a reward on every colli/ C. tlie /'. an 1 wme press sli.ill not feed th'em 13. 3. as the chalf that is oriveii out of the f. Mie. 4. IC. .shall L'ather them as slieav es into the f Mat. 3. IC. lie will thioiinldv purge his/. Lukei.Vi.

ri.()t)"l!>. 1 Sam. '23. 1. and thev lob the thresldng f. Dan. C. 35. I'lke chair' o: the summer threshing/. J, el C. C4. and the f. shall be full of w heat "

1 1.0 fr^. or riA)A I .'s. 1 Kinos 5. 9. and 1 will coiivev them bv sea in/, to the place thou shalt apiivdnt mc, C Chr. 2. If.. I !,cni!l.'>ll. P.'V7/. 7C. 7. in his davs shall the ri::hteons /•.

16. they otthe city shall/, like mass of the'tartll OC. 7. wlien all the workers of iniquity /'. IC. the ri;:hteoos shall /'. like the pafiirtree 13. they shall f. in the courts of our (loil 13g. 18."but noon him.self shall his crown f. I'lov. 11. C!'.. the rnthteous shall 1. as a bia'nch 11.11. the tabernaile of the uprml t s'.all /'. Keel. IC. 5. when the almon.l-iree shall l\\ ' Cant.'. IC. let us net up, let US see it the vine f. /oo 17. 11, in mo: nim: thou shalt make thv seed to/, bfi. 14. vour bones sh.dl f. like an herb" L:tk. 17". Ci. 1 the 1,. have imele tlie dry tree to/.

n.of Hisiir.i).

Ciiit. 6. 11. I went down to see whether the vine/. Phil. 4. Id. \\ our care of me hath /'. anain

" I'l.m Hi.sin: 1 1'l.

PsnI. 00.0. in the mornim; it /'. and itrowcth up lo.). 15. as a tlower of the tvefd. sO he /.

I'l.orKlSlllNli. Psal. 'K. 14. in old ane. they sha.ll be fat and /'. Cant. C. t o. be looketh forth. /'. tl roimll the lattice Dan. 4. 4. I was at rest, and'/ in m.v iialace

1' \\\\>\\\\ . Joh'2(^. C8. hissoodsshall /.awav inilavof his wrath Psiil. 147.18. hecauseththe wind blow. and waleis/. Cant. 4. 16. that the spices there.u' nia.v /. out /.«.C.C. aii.l allnalioiis shall /. unto it .•!i. Cl. he caused waters to/, out of the rock b). 5. then thou shalt see and f. tonetber I'.t. 1. mountains miitht f. oow 11 at thy presence J,r.3\\. IC. sh.dl /. to the itoodness of the Lord

■'il 44 nalioii~siadl not r. lone! her .mv nairetohhrv Joel-) 1!!. in that dav the lulls shall f. with milk. and the rivers of lud.ili shall /. with waters Mie. 4. 1. the people shall I', tc the mountain of I.. Johii't. 3!!. out ot his belly shall/, living water

1 l.oVv I'D. Josh. 4. 18. Jordan /. over all his banks Judo. 5. ♦ 5. the mountains/, before the Lord Isa. 6t. 3. the mouiitaiiis f. down at thv jireser l.am 3. 51. the \\vaters/. over mine head, then 1

FLOW Kill. I ei. CO. C4. a land that f. with ndlk and honey, ,\\iim. 13. C7. 1 14. 8. I 16. 13. 14. I'eut. 6. 3. 1 11. 9. 1 C6. 15. 1 27. 3. 1 31. 20. Josh. 5. 6. I7l

nee said

FOL

FLOWING. Eiod. 3. 8. to brine them to a lund/. with milk and honey, 1?. \\n. 5. |33. 3. Jer. 11. 5. I 32. 22. Ezei. 21). 6, 15. Pror. 18. 4. the well spring of wisdom as a/, brook J.

ILOUH. Exod. 29. 2. of wheafen/. shalt thou make them Iyer. 2. 2. he shall take his handful of the/. 6. 15. A'mot. 2b. 5. and a tenth part of an epiiah of/, for a meat otteriuL', 20, 2K. I 29. 3, 9, 14. Judff. 6. 19. rakes of an ephah of/. 1 .Siiw. 1. 24. 1 .Sam 28. 24. she took/, and kneaded it, 2 .Sam. 13.8. '£<^u»^. 17.28. brought/, pan bed corn, and beans 6£e Deai., li.NE. FLOWKK. 1 fam. 2. 33. the increase shall die in/, of their a?e 1 Cor. 7. 36. if she pass/, other age and need require

1 LOW EH. Ezod. 25. .33. with knop and/, in one branch, .37. 19. Jii 14. 2. he cometh torth as a/, and is cut down 15. .'5.3. he shall cast ott his/, as the olive Psa/. 103. 15. as a/, of field, so he flourisheth Jsa. 18. 5. and the sour f-rape is ripening in the/. •28. 1. whose alorious beauty is a fadin^r.^. 4. 40. 6. the goodliness theieof is as the t'. of the field 7./. fadeth.S. AV/i. 1.4. Jam. 1. 10, U. 1 Pel. 1.24. FLOWKU.'^. Erod. 25. 31. his/, shall be of the same, .37. 1*. .■{7. 20. made like almonds, his knops and bis/. Stim. 8. 4. to the/, thereof was lieaten work I Kings 0. 18. cedar of the house within was carved with knops and open /. 29. 32, 35. 1 7- 26, 49. S Cir. 4. 5. like the brim of a cup \\\\ ith /. of lilies

21. the/, lamps, and tongs made he of gold i'ajit. 2. 12. the/, appear on earth, time of singing 5. 13. hb cheeks are as a bed of spices, as sweet/.

FLOWF.RS.

£^v. 15.24. if her/, be upon him, he shall be unclean

33. of her that is sick of her/, of him with issue

FLUl K, .S.

1 Kingsl.^ 40. all people piped with/, and rejoiced

Han. 3. 5. when ve hear the sound of the /. 7. 10, 15.

l-'I.U ITER 1:1 H. £)eut. 32. 11. as an eaaje /. over her young

Fi.U.X. Acts 28. 8. the father of Publius lay sick of a/.

FIT. Isa. 7. 18. the Lord shall hiss for the f. in Egypt

FLY, l-'eri. Cen. 1. 20. and fowl that may /. above the earth I ^m.io. 19. but didst/, on the sixiil, and didst evil Ciiam. 22. 11. he rode upon a cherub, and did /. and was seen on w ings of the wind, Pial. 18. 10. Jo/i5.'. man born to trouble as sparks/, upward 39. 26. doth tlie hawk y. by thy w isdom ■ Pial. 18. 10. he did/, upon th'e winas of the wind ,55. 6. for then would I J. away , and be at rest 90. 10. for it is soon cut ott, and we/, away Prov. 23. 5. riches/, away as an eagle to heaven /to. 6.2. each had six wings, and with twain he did/. 11. 14. but they shall /. upon shoulders of Philist. 60. 8. who are these that/ as a cloud, and as doves Jer. 48. 40. behold, he shall./', as an eaale P.zek. 13. 20. ye hunt the souls to make them /. Dan. 9. 21. Gab. being caused to], swjftly , touched Jios. 9. 11. their glory shall /. away like a bird Hab. 1.8. they shall/, as the eagle that hasteth to eat Jiev. 14. 6. I saw another angel/, in midst of heaven 19. 17. to all the fowls that/, in the midst of heaven See Flee, Fi.ieth.

FLYING. [thing

/>r. 11. 21. these may ye eat of every/, creeping 23. but all other/, creepine things anabominatjon Pial. 148. 10. all cattle and /. tow 1, praise the Ix)rd Prov. 26. 2. as swallow by J. so the curse causeless Jsa. 14. 29. and his fruit shall be a tiery /. serpent .30. 6. from w hence come viper and fiery /. serpent 31. 5. as birds /. so will the Lord defend .ferusalem Zech.b. 1. I looked, and behold, a/, roll, 2. Kev. 4. 7- the fourth lieast was like a/, eagle 8. 13. heard an angel /. thro' the midst ot heaven

FUAL, S. Gen. 32. 15. .Jacob took ten bulls, twenty asses, fen/. 49. 11. binding his/, to the vine, and fiis ass's colt Zech. 9. 9. upon a colt the/, of an ass, Mat. 21. 5.

FOA.M. Has. 10. 7. the king of .'iamaria is cut off as/.

FOAMEIM. Mark 9.18./. and gnasheth with his teeth, l.nle 9. 39.

lOAMlNC;. 'Mark 9. 20. he fell on the ground and wallowed,/. Jude 13. raging waves of sea,/, out their own shame

FODDElt. Job 6. 5. or loweth the ox over his/.

FOES. 1 Chron. 21. 12. or to be destroyed Viefore thy/. F.sth. 9. 16. the .lews slew of tficir/ 75,000 Psal. 27. 2. mine enemies and/, came ujwn me .30. 1. thou hast not made my^. to rejoice over me S9.23. 1 will beat down his/, before his face JUu/. 10. ."56. a man's/, shal I be they of his household Acts 2. 35. until 1 make thy /. thy footstool

FOLI). lleh. \\. 12. as a vesture shalt thou /. them up

FOLD. Jsa. 13. 20. shall the shepherds make their {. there 65. 10. ."Sharon shall be/, for flocks, valley of Achor li.iek. 34. 14. on the mountains shall their/, be Mic. 2. 12. as the tiotk in the midst of their/. }]ab. .3. 17. the fl(Mk shall he cut oft from the/. Jl/af . 13. 8. brougi.t forth fruit, some an hundred, some sixty . some thirty /. 23. Haik 4. 8, 20. 19.29. hath forsaken houses", shall reieive 1(X)/. Ju/in 10. 16. and other sheep I have, which aie not of this/, and there shall be one/, and one shepherd FOLDS. JSnm. 32. 24. build ye/, for your sheep, .36. Psal. 50. 9. 1 w ill take no he-goats out of thy/. fer. 23. 3. 1 will bring them again to their/.

FOL

Ztph. 2. 6. the sea-coast shall be/, for flocks

FOLDEN. t!ah. 1. 10. while they be/, together as thorns

loLDIlII. Eccl. 4. 5. the fool /. his hands together and eateth

FOLDING. 1 Kings 6. 34. the two leaves of one door were/. Prov. 6. 10. a little/, of the hands to sleep, 24. 33.

FOLK. Gen. 33.15. let me now leave with thee some of the/. Proi. 30. 26. the conies are but a feeble/, yet make Jer. 51. 58. the /. shall labour in fire and be weary Maik 6. 5. he laid his hands u|)on a few sick/. John 5. 3. in these lay a multitude of impotent/. Acts. 5.16. a multituile round about, bringing sick/.

FOLLOW Signifies, [1] To come after one that gieth before, as seriants come after their masters, 1 .'•^am. 25. 27. Let it be given to the young men that follow my lord. [2| 'I'o imitate, or do as another gizes vs an example. Mat. 16. 24. let him take up his cross, and follow rae. 1 for.

11. 1. lie ye followers ot me, even as I am of Christ. [31 To believe and obey. John 10. 27. My sheep hear my voice, and they follow me. And in all pa.*sapes zthere men aie said to ful- lvv> strange gods, it signifies, to put trust in them, to rely upon them, and yield them ser- vice. 1 Kings )8. 21. If liaal l)e Go

16. [5] 'To endeavour ajter, and pursue tcith great desiie and diligeme. Phil. 3. 12. But I follow after, if that 1 may apprehend that for which 1 am apprehended of (.hrist .lesus. [6] To die tcith one. .lohn 13. .36. lliou canst not follow me now, that is, bear me company in my svffermgs, and die uilh me. lo toflow the I.amb, Jiev. 14. 4. 'I hese are they that follow the I amb : that keip close 10 Christ i« all his ordi- nances : are led by his uord and Spirit, and depend vj.on the virtue and meiit of Ais sacrifice alotiefor pardon and acceptance, and not on saints, or their tru-n merits, as the fotU tiers of antichrist do.

Gen. 24. 8. it the woman will not l)e willing to/, thee

44. 4. .loseph said, up,/, after the men

Eiod. 11.8. get thee out, and people that/, thee 14.4. 1 willharden Pharaoh that he shall /.them

17. and the Kgyptians shall/, them

21. 22. if hurt a woman, and yet no mischief/. 23. and if any mischief/, then life for life

23. 2. thou shalt not/, a multitude to do evil l)eut. 16. 20. what is altogether just shalt fhou /.

18. 22. if the thing/, not, nor come to pass Jndg. 9. 3. their hearts inclined to/. Abimclech 1 Sam. 25. 27. it be given \\ oung men, w ho/, my lord

'Ml. 21. so faint that they could not/. Da\\i(l iSam. 17.9. among the people that/. Absalom 1 Kings 19. 20. let me kiss father, then 1 will/, thee Psal. 38. 20. because I /. the thing that good is

45. 14. the virgins her companions that/, her 94. 15. all the upright in heart shall/, it

119. 150. they diaw nigh that/, after mischie/ Isa. 5. 11. that they may/, strong drink

51. 1. hearken, ye that/, after righteousness Jer. 17. 16. 1 hastened from being a pa.stor to/, thee

42. 16. the famine shall/, close after you Tzek. 13. 3. the prophets that/, their own spiiit Ilos. 2. 7. and .she shall/, after her lovers

6. 3. we shall know, if we/, on to know the I ord il/n/.8. 19. Master, 1 will/, thee, Luke 9. 57 61. Mark 16. 17. these sisms/. them that believe Luke 17. 23. go not after them, nor/, them

22. 49. when they about him saw what would f John 10. 5. and a stranger will they not/.

13. 37. Peter said, Lord, why cannot 1 /. thee now ? Acts3.a. all the prophets from Samuel. ami that/. Pom. 14. 19. let us/, things that make for peace"^ 1 Cor. 14. 1. /. after charity, desire si)irifua[ gifts Phil. 3. 12. but 1 /. after, if that I may apprehend

1 Thess. 5. 15. but every, that which is good

2 Thess. 3. t. for yoursel. know howyeought to/, us 9. to make ourselves an ensample to you to/, us

1 Tim. 5. 24. and some men they /. after 6. 11. O man of God,/, righteousness, 2 Tim. 2.22.

JJeb. 12. 14./. peace with all men, aiirl holiness 13. 7. whose faith/, considerini; the end

1 Pet. 1. 11. when it testified the glory that should f. 2. 21. an example, that ye should /. his steps

2 Pet. 2. 2. many shall f. their pernicious w ays

3 John 11./. not that which isevd, but u hat is good Kev. 14. 4. these are they that t. the Lamb

13. blessed are dead in Lord, that they may rest from their latxiurs, and their works do /.them FOLLOW him. 1 Kings 18. 21. if the Lord be (iod,/. him Maik 5. 37. and he suftered no man to /. him 6. 1. he went out thence, and his disciples/, him Luke 22. 10./. him info the house, Mark 14. 13. John 10. 4. he goeth l)efore, and the sheep /. him

FOLLOW me. Gen. 24. 5. the worn, will not be willing to/, me, 39. Judg. 3. 28. Fhud said unto them, /. after me 8.5. give breaei'ple that/, me

1 Kings 20. 10. for handtuls fr.r the (leople that/, me

2 Kings 6. 19./. me, I will bring you to man ye seek P.f. 23.6. gooilnessand mercy sball/. meall uiy life Mar. 4. 19. .lesus saith,/. me and 1 will make you

fishersof men,8. 22. |9.9. MarkQ.i^. I^vkeo.Ti. 16.24. let him deny himself and fake up his cross r.nd /. me, Mark 8. :«. I 10. 21 . Luke 9. 23. 19.21. sell that thou hast,/, me. l.vke 18. 22. Luke 9. 5>l. he said,/, me, John I. 43. 1 21. 22. Jolm 10.27. my slieep hear my voice and/, me

12. 26. if any man « ill serve me, let him f. me

13. 36. thou canst noty. me now, but afterwards jlcts 12. 8. cast thy garment about thee, and /. me

VOLLOWED. Gen. S4. 61. Tlebekah and her damsels/, the man 32. 19. so commanded he all that/, the droves At(»(. 32. 12. they have wholly/, the L. Deut, 1. 36.

ir snc nave oiiigemiy /. every got)U « one . we havenot/. cunningly devised fables is name was Death, and hell /. with him /. hail and fire mingled with hlood

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Devt. 4. 3. for all the men that/. BaaI-{>eor

11. +6. swallowed the sulstance which/, them Josh. 6. 8. and the ark of the covenant/, them

14. 8. but 1 wholly /. the Lord m> God, 9. 14. Judff. 2. 12. they forsook the J ord anil /. other gods

9. 49. cut down his bough and/. Abinielech

1 Sam, 14. 22. they/, hard after the Philistines 17. 13. .lesse's three sons/. Saul to fiattle, 14.

31. 2. Philistines/. Sa(d, 2 Sam. 1.6. 1 Chr. 10. 2.

2 Sam. 2. 10. but the house of .ludah/. Dovid

3. 31. and kir.sr David himself/, the bier

17. 23. Ahithophel saw his counsel was not/. 20. 2. Israel J. Sheba the son ot hichri

1 Kings 12.20. there wasnonethat/. house of David

16. 21. half of the [wople/. 1 ibni, halt/. Oniri, 22. 18. 18. have foiiiaken the Lord, thou hast/, haalini

20. 19. came out, and the army which/, them

2 Kings 3. 9. was no water for the cattle that /. them

4. 30. Elisha arose and/, her

5. 21. so (iehazi/. after Naaman.isall well ?

9. 27. Jehu/, after Ahaziah, and said, smite him

13. 2. .lelioahaz/. sins of JerolKiam son of .Nehat

17. 15. and they/, vanity, and became vain P.-al. 68. 25. the players on instruments/, after Etek. 10. 11. whither the head looked, they/, it Amos 7. 15. the Lord took me as I /. the nock Mat.^.5o. many women which/. Jes. from Galilee Mark 10. 28. we left all and/, thee, Luke 18. 28.

3-'. were amazed, and as they /. they w ere afraid Lule 22. 54. they took hiin, and Peter/, atar oft yJ<-/jl3.43. leliL'ious proselytes/. Paul and hamab.

16. 17. the same/. Paul and us, and cried Horn, 9. 30. tieutiles who/, not after r:;diteousness

31. who/, after the law of righteousness 1 Cor. 10. 4. they drank of that rock that /. them 1 7'»OT.5.10. if she have diligently/, every good « ork

2>"cM.16.w ' "• ;--...-..''-- .. ..

Jiev. 6. 8. his 1

8. 7. there/'. ,__ _

14. 8. and there/, anotherangel, saying, Batiylonis

9. and the third angel /.them, saying, if any man

FOLLOWED him.

Num. 16. 25. Moses rose up, the elders of Isr. /. him

Judff. o. 4. hired vain and light pers^oiis who/, him

1 Sam. 13. 7. and all the people/, htm trembling

2 iam. 11.8. there/, /lim a messof meat from thck Mat.A.W. they left their nets and/, him, Murk 1 .18.

22. they immediately left the ship and /. him 25. and there/, him great multitudes of people,

8. 1. 1 12. 15. 119. 2. 1 20. 29. Mark 2. 15. I 5. 24. Luke 23. 27. JJin 6. 2. 8.23. wnen entered, his disciples/, him, Luke 22.39. 9.27. two tilind men/, him, crying, and saying 26. 58. but Peter/, him afar oft, Mark 14. 54. Mark 14. 51. there/, him a certain young man J.i.ieS. 11. they forsook ail ami/, him, 28. 7. 9. Jesus said to the (leople that/, him, not found Actt 12. 9. Peter went out and /. him and wist not Jiev. 19. 14. the armies/, him on white horses

FOLLOWED w/e. Num. 14. 24. my servant Caleb hath /. me fully .■)2. 11. because they hare not wholly/, me

1 Kings 14. 8. David who/, me with' all his heart .\\eh. 4. 23. nor the men of the guard which/, me Mat. 19. 28. ye that/, me in the regeneration

FOLLOW EDSl. liuth 3. 10. thou /. not young men, poor or rich FOLLOWER.

2 Tim. 3. 1 10. hast beenadiligent/. of my doctrine

FOLLOWERS. 1 Cor. 4. i6. have begotten you through the gospel I l)eseech you, be/, o'f me, 11.1. Phil. 3. 17. Eph. 5. 1. be yef. of God as dear children 1 Thess. 1. 6. ye became/, of us and of tlie Lord 2. 14. for ye l)eci-.ne/. of the churches of (Jod Jleb.6.\'2. !«/. of them who thro' failhinheht prom.

1 J'et. 3. 13. if ye be /'. of that which is good

FOLLOW El H.

2 Kings 11. 15. him that/, her be killed, 2 CAr. 23.14. Ps. 63. 8. my soul /. hard after thee, hand upholds l^rov. 12. 11. but he that/, vain |>ersons, C8. 19.

15. 9. he loveth him that/, righteousness, 21. 21. Jsa. 1.23. every one loveth gifts and /. afterrewards Lzek. 16. .34. none/', thee lo commit whoredoms Jlos. 12.1. Ephraini feeds on wind,/, after east-wind Mat. 10. ."58. he that taketh not up his cross and /'. mo Mark 9. .38. because he /. not us, Luke 9. 49. John 8. 12. he that/, me shall not walk in darkness

lOLLOWlNG. Gen. 41 .31 . plenty not known by reason of famine ('. JJait. 7. 4. they will turn away thy son from /. mo

12. 30. fake heed thou be not snared by /. them Josh. 22. 16. from /. the Lord, IH. 23, 29. 1 Sam.

12. 20. 2 Kings I7. 21. 2 Chr. 25.27. 1 ."M. 33. Judg. 2. 19. corrupted in /. other gods to serve them tiuth 1. 16. or to return from /'. after thee

1 ■'^am. 12. 14. if ye continue/, the Lord your God

14. 46. Saul went up from/, the Philistines 15. 11. Saul is turned back from/, me

24. 1. when Saul was returned from/. Philistip»s

2 ^am. 2. 19. A sa he 1 turned not from /. A bner, 'iO. C6. bid the j)eople return from /. their brethren

7. 8. 1 took tiiee from /. the sheep, to be ruler over my people, 1 Chron. 17.7. Psal. 78.71.

1 Kings 1.7. and they/ Adonijah, helped him 9. 6. hut if you shall at all turn from /. me

21. 26. Ahab did very abominably in/, idols Psal. 48. 13. that ye may tell if to the generation/.

109. 13. in general. /. let their name be l)lotfe

21. 20. Peter seeth thedisciiile whom lesus loved/. ^■trts 21. 1. we came the day/, unto Rlio

23. 11. and the night/, the Loril stood by him

2 Pet, 2. 15. are gone astray./, the wayoV Balaam

FOLLY. Gen. 34.7. because Shechem had wrought/, in Isr Deut. 22. 21. she wrought/, by pla^ iug the whore Josh. 7. 16. because Achan «rough"t/.'in Israel Judg. 19. 23. nay, I pray you. do not this/.

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Juiig. 19. < C-l. to this man do not the matter of this /. £0. 6. they have comnutieil lewdness and (. in Isr.

10. acconling to the ^. that they uioimhtin Isr.

1 •'iam.lb. C5. .Nahal is Ids name, anily. is with him e Ham. \\:\\. VZ. my lirotl'.er, do not thou tliis.f.

Job 1. +

16. 22. but the instruction ot fools is /'.

17. 12. let a bear meet rather than a fool in his /'.

18. 13. before he heareth it, it is /. aiul shame to liim

26. 4. answer not a fool accord.'tohis y. lest like him o. ans. a fool accord, to his I', lest wise in conceit

11. as dou to vomit, so a fool returnetli to his.f. Eccl. 1. 17- 1 wave my heart to know wisdom and/.

2. .'5. 1 soiiiiht inmv heart to la\' hold on f.

12. turned to behold J. n Ki. wisdom excelleth/. 7. 25. I applied to know the wickedness of /.

10. 1. so dotli a little f. him that is in reputation 6../. is set)n u'leat d'i,:;nity, rich sit in low i>lace J,!vi.'y. 17. an evil doer, and every mouth speaketli ./'. Jer. 2;5. l.'i. I have seen I. in the prophets of >ainar. /yi>...2. + 10. I willdiscov.her./. insmhtofl'.er lovers

2 ( 'or. 11. 1. ye could hear with me a little in my 1 . £ Ttm. i. ij. their/.shall he mademanifest toall liien

K)()l). Ceil. 2. 9. every tree pleasant and that is yood for/. .'i. 6. the woman saw the tree was trood for /. 0. 21. t.ike thou to thee of all /. tliat is eaten

41. ;i5. lit them ^'alher all /. of those yood years

42. 7. come to buy/. 111. I 4'i. 2, 4, 20, 2';-. I 44. 25. .■!3. take I. for the famine of your households

4>. 1. he commanded to fill tlie sacks witli./.

47. 24. for your /'. and for I. for vour little ones J->,i,/.21. lo. her/.shall not be diminished

Lei. .3. 11. the f. of the otlei imj made hv tire, 10.

19. 2.i. shall have planted all mannerot trees for f.

21. t 17. not approacli to ofier the t. of his (.o,l

22. 7. sliall eat of holy tliiiiLis. because it 13 his/. Villi. 10. 18. tliestran:;er,in:jiviim him f. ami raim. 1 .Sa/H. M. 24. cursed that eateth /. till cveniuL', 28. ^iinm.'i. 10. that thy master's son may liavef. to eat

1 Kiiiys 5. 9. my desire, in uiviiiLr/. for iiiv iiouseh. 11. Solom. uave Hiram wheat for/, to Id's housrli.

yell. 0. + 25. they possessed trees of 7. in abundance J<)/<2.i. 12. thy words more than my necessary/. 24.5. wilderness yieldeth/. for them and children .'(8. 41, who providetli for the raven his/..'' 40. 20. surely the nioiuitains bring him fortli /. JVff/. 78. 25. mandideatamrels'/. he sent them meat 104. 14. he may briiui forth /. out of the earth I.Sri. 25. who L:iveth /. to all Hesh, his mercy for ever

146. 7. the lAird who iiiveth f. to the hiiii;.'ry

147. 9. he givetli to tlie beast Ids/, to voiiii^' ravens I'rm . 6. 8. the ant gathereth her/, in liarvest

l.'i. 2j. imifli / is m the tillage iif the poor

27. 27. tliou slialt have goats' milk eiiouL'h for thy/.

28. :i. is like asweepinL' rain which lenvpth m J. ;to. !,. teed me with/, convenient forme

.'il. 14. like ships, she briiigeth her/, from afar h'.zelr. 16. 27. 1 have diminished thine ordinary f.

48. 18. the increase thereof shall be for f. to them jici.i 14. 17. fruitful seasons, li Him; our he'arls w itii/.

2 Cor. 9. 10. both minister bread for vour f.

1 I'lm. 6. 8. havinu' f. and raiment, let us be content

Jam. 2. 15. if naked and destitute of daily /'. FtJOr.,

Folly, Foolishness, are to he iindersiood not only aciuniiny lo their nnlural and literal iiieaniiii;, for one iclio is an iiliot, or a veiy •.eenk man, anil for the .liscmirses and notions of fools and mad- men ; hut in the Innijuaife of Scripture, e^peciallij in the hook of Proverbs, fool i, thensval character of the sinner, and folly and foolishness are put Jor sin. /'««/. yA. 5. My wounds stink, and are corrupt, because of my foolishness, my .\\in. And m Psal. 69. 5. O Cod. thou kiiowest my foolish- ness. Solomon sets the focd in opposition to the prudent man. I'ro;-. 13. 16. Everv prudent man dealelli with knowledge; but a focd layetli open his folly, lor as hy prudence a man so t/oit 1 ns himself, and rtynlales his actions, as to aioid iinpendiiip eiih, and to ohtain that good •.chich IS .^iiilahle to his necessities : so it is the ejfect of fidly, not to foresee evils tn preient liicin, and to neijltct the season, of ohtainimj icliat is good.

In Prov. 13. 20. Solomon opposes the fool to the wise man. lie that walkith with wise men, shall 'bewi.se; but a (ompauion of fcxils shall he de- stroy erl. .-Is It is TCith relation to the affairs if this life ; the man of prudence and conduct in, his affairs, iclio takes the hcst method of managing thinijs to his men, his family's, and friend's, or any society's reputation, comjort, and advantage, and zeho minds his liusiness mere than his plea- svre, is the wise man ; and the inconsiderate, liiedless, slothful man, uho neglects the principal affairs of life, or goes into improper or nnlikclij methods of managing them to advantage, or icho minds his pleasure more than hit hiisiness, is the fool for this world ; so it is uith respect to another -uorld : the truly wise man is he :.ho proposes the things of dod, and the everlastinq interest of his immortal soul, as his highest end. and pursues them aith the utmost care and dili- gence, in the nay of (iod's appointment through Jesus (hrist our only Saviour ; and nho seeks all things else with less solicitude and concern, and in suhordination to these. .Ind the fool, on the other hand, is he, who makes something in this world his highest end and aim, and

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spends his chief time and care, concern and la- hour, ahoui it, to the neglect of the infinitely higher interests if (io,t's glory ami hit o:.n soul's everlasting happiness. .V< that the highest tolls' is justly charged upon every wilful impenitent sinner. Such also are called hy the name of fools, who, though they hcgorlhj, yet have much ignorance and nnhelicf remaining in them. (> fools, and bUtw of heait to believe, says- our .^aviimr to the dis- c'plts that were going to Kinmaus. J.uke 24. 25. .Ind it IS the character of all men, as they are horn jfossessed of natural iijnorance and corrup- tion, lit. 3. 3. \\\\ e ourselves were sometimes foolish. The Apostle says, 1 lor. 4. 10, SN e are fools for Christ's sake: that is, we are accounted so hy the wise men of the world, .ind in Horn. 1.

22. he sags, Protessing themseUes to be wise, they became fools: that is, II hile they prctcnocd to, and hoasted of, more than ordinary wis tun. their learned men heing at first iisuu'lly called so|)liists, or wise men, though aftu wards pliilo sopliers, they entertained and lentid many gn^ss and absurd t'pintons and practiies, and so shtwtd themselves to he real tools. I he same apostle says. Ill 1 Cor. 1. 18. 1 he preaching of the cro.-^s is to them that perish foolishne'ss. The doctrine oj Christ ciiicified, to purchase eternal saliaiioii Jt-r believers , l< hy unhelievers, that judge only accord- ing to carnal reason and .tense, accoiiuted an ab- surd, ridiculous, impossible thing, and which none in their wits will believe, according to the princi- ples of their philosophy, .ind in 1 ( iir, 2, 14.

Ihe thimzs of (iod are toolislmess to the natural mail, lie counts iloni the most fiolish things in the world ; he looks upon them a\\ either tri,tlnig and impertinent ; or as containing means and ends dispropt'rtii'uate ; or as nndesirahle m comparison of what may be set np in competition with them. 1 Sam. 2fi. 21 . beludd 1 have plaved the /. and erred I'sal. 14. l.the /'. hath said m his heart, 53. 1. 49, 10. likewise the/, and brutish person perish 92. 6. neither dotli a/, understand this I'rov. K' H. Iiiit a prating/, sliall fall, 10.

23. it is a sport to a I. fo do misiiiief

11. 29. the /. shall be servant to the w ise of heart J2. 15. the'way of a.f. is riuht in his own eyes

If), a /'.wrath is preseiitlv known, but prudent man

13. 16. Wiseman feareth, hut/, lavi th open hi, toll v

14. 16. but they. ra;;eth and isconlideiit

15. 5. a/, desp'iseth his fatlier's uiiIructKiii

17.7. excellent siieech becometh not a./.

lo. a reproof moie than a hundred stripes into a /'. 12. letahear meetamauratherthan /', in hisfollv Ki. whv is A price in hand of a /'. to get w isdom':

21. he that be;;ettetli a /. doth it to his sorrow 28. a/, when he holdetli his peace is counted w ise

18. 2. a/, hath no delight in iinderstaiuiiug

6. /. li|)S enter into content. moutli calls r(}r strokes

7. a/', iiiouth is his destruction, lips a snare 20. 3. but every /. will be meddling

26. 4, answer not a/. |l 5. answer a/, ii. so is he that gi\\etli honour to a./'.

10. the iireat tJ. rewardetli the /. and transgressors

11. as a ilog so a /. returneth to his f

27. ■■>. but a/. «rath is heavier than them both

22. thouiih tliou shoulde.st bray a/, in a morlar 29.11,/. utttreth all liisminil, but a w i,~e man keeps

Eccl. 2. 14. but the/, walketli ill darkness ]5. as it happeneth to the./, so even to iiie 111. is no remembrance of wise man more than off.

19. who knoweth whether he he wise or a f.f

4. 5. the /. foldeth his hands tourether, eats his tk'sh .">. 3. a/, voice is known bv multitude ot words 6. 8. for what hath the wi^e more tlianthe/. f 10. 2. atriuht hand, but a /". heart ij at his lett hand 11./'. is full of words, man cannot tell w hat to be Jer. 17. H. and athis end he shall be a/'. Milt. 5. 22. whosoever shall sav, thou /'. be in danuer l.ukeVZ. 20. /'. this ni-htthv soul shall beieiiuired

1 ( 'or. 3. 18. let him become a /'. that he mav be wise 15, 36. thou/', that tlion sowest is not i|uukeiied

2 (Uir. 11. 16. I sav again, let no man think iiiea /'.

12. 6. tho' 1 would desire to glory, shall not be a/. 11,1 am become a/, m glorvin^.ye com pel led me

As a I'OUL. 2 Snm. 3. .33. Pavid said, died ,-\\hner as a /'. dielli r /Ve;. 7. 22. as a f. to the correction of the stoi ks I'.ccl. 2. 16. howdieththe wise man '. as tlie I. ICor. 11. 111. if otherwise, yet «f n/, receis e iiie

23. are they ministers r 1 speak as a I. 1 am iiuue

lor a I'OUI.. 7Vo:-. 19. in. deli-ht is not seemly/.r a.f. 24. 7. wisdom is too hiuli/er a J. oiieiio not mouth 26. 1 . so honour is not seemlv /er n /'. .3. a bridle for Ihe ass, and a" rod ior the f. hack 30. 22,/i;r a f. when he is tilled with meat

Is a I'OOI.. Prov. 10. 18. he that nttereth a slander is a I'. 19. 1, than he that is perverse ill his lips, and is a f. 2!t. 26. he that ti iisteth in his own heart (t ,/ /'. Eccl. 10. 3. when he that is a /'. walketh. his wisdom faileth him, he saith to everv one that he /.- ,/ /. Hot. 9. 7. the prophet is a /'.the spiritual man is mad

1 'Jim. 6. 1 4. he i.i- a I', and knoweth nothing

Of' a I'OOI.. Prov. 12. 15. the wave/ «/'. is li-ht in his own eves 17. 21. and the father e/' « /. hath no lov

24. tiie ovosof a I. are in the eiidsot the earth 23. 9. speak not in Ihe ea!S

12. there is more hope of « f. than of him. 29. '.'0. Eccl.;. 6. ascracklniL'of thorns.so lainililer e///,f /.

10. 12. but the lips ol a f. will swallow ni> himself

■|'(i()I,s.

2 Sam. 13. 13. thnu shalt be as one of the/, in Israel Joh 12. 17. and he maketh the iudges /.

30.8. thev werediildren of /. children of base men Psal.-tb. 4. 1 said to the /'. deal not foolishlv

91.8. anil ve/'. when will ye be w ise - 107. 17. ./'. fiecaiise of their iransLiress. are afflicted Prov. I.i. but/, despise wisdom and instruction

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Prov. 1. 22. how long, ye/, will ye hate knowled{:e.'

32. and the prosiierity of/, shall destroy them 3. 35. hut shame shall be the promotion of/',

8. 5. and \\e./. be ve of an understanding heart 10. 21. but/, die tor want ot wijdom

12. 23. hut the heart of/, proclaiiiietli foolishness

13. 19. but it isalKiinination to/, to dtpart troin evil

20. Init a companion ot /. shall be destroved

14. 8. folly of/. IS deceit , 9./. make a mo'ck at sin

24. crown of wise is riches, lo<. I islinesMir /. is tolly

33. what is in the miilst 01 /, is made known

15. 2. the mouth of /. poureih out lonli,hiiess 14. the mouth of /', feedeth on roolisliiiess

16. 22. hut Ihe instruction ot /, is folK'

19. 29. stripes are prepared for tlie hack of/. 26. 7. so is a jJaiable 111 Ihe mouth of /. o. Kecl.b. 1. more ready lo hear, than i;ive sacrifice of /'.

4. he hath no pleasure in /. pav what hast vowed 7. 4. but the heart of/', is in the house ot mirth

5. than for a man to hear the sou- of /.

9. be not hastv, tor aii;;er restelh 111 the' bosom of/.

9. 17. more than cr.\\ ot him that riiletli anion;; /, Isa. 19. 11. surely the princes of /oaii are/. I.i".

.'i5. 8. way-fariug men, tho' /. shall not err therein Mat. 23. 17. ve /. and blind, 'whether is greater. M. l.uke 11 40. ;,e /. liid not he that made that without

24.25. O /'.and slow ot heart to heliev.' the projilieti Koin. 1. 'J2. protessing to be w i.-,e, thev became /.

1 Lor. 4. 10. wea.-e /. tor thrist's sake,' ve wiseiu C.

2 ('er.11.19. for ye suffer/, i^ladly.seem'g ye ale w i=f I. ph. 5. 15. see tlien that ye w alKiiol as/, but as w ise

I'OOI. IMl. Dent. 3;. 6. do ye thus reipiile the I,. O /'. people r

21. will provokelliem with a /.nation, liom. In. 10. Jiihi. 10. thou speakest asone'ot/ wiiiutn speaketf

5. 2. for wrath killtth tlie /. man, einy slavs 3. 1 have seen the /. taking root, but I ciused Psal. 5. 5. the/, shall not stand in tliv si-!it 39. 8. make me not the lepinach of tile /.

73. 3. for 1 was envious at the/, when I .saw pios|).

22. so /. was 1 and ii;iioraiit," I was as a beast

74. 18. the./, people have blasphemed thy name 22. lemeinb. how the /. man repro.ichctliilieedaii Y

Prov. 9. 6, forsake the /, and live, go in w ay uiideisL

13, a/, woman is clamor, is simple, knows noth.

10. 1. "liut a/, son is the heaviness ot his moilier

14. but tlie'mouth of the /. is near desiriiclioii

14. 1. but the./', plucketli it down w iih her bands 3. in the mouth of the/, is a rod of pride

7. i;o from the presence of a /. man

15. 7. but the heart of the/', it'oetli not so

20. hut a/, man despisel'h his mother

17. 25. a /. son is a ;;i lef to his f.dher, and bitttJ. 19, 13. nf. son is the calamity of his lather

21. 2u. a/, man spemleth a treasure

29. 9. it a wise man conteiidelh wiih a f. nmn feel. 4. 13. better is a wise chihl than a'./, king

7. 17. he not overmuch wicked, neitlier be thou /".

10. 15. labour of the /. wearietli everv one o>' tiicili ha. 44. 25. he makel'h theii knowled'i'e /'. ./tr, 4,22. for my people are/', tlie.s are so'ttish child;:,

5. 4. 1 said, surely these are iiooi, they are/.

21. hear now this, O 1. people, who see not

10. 8. but they are altotiether brutish and/.

I. am. 2. 14. thv propli. have seen vain and f. tliin;.'s. i.zik. 13. 3. thussaith the l.d. woe to the /'. prophets y.Lch. 11. 15. take the iustrumeiits of a /.siieiiherd .V«/. 7.26. shall be likened unto a/, man who buil5

2,5. 2. hve of the virgins were wise, and live /, Uom. 1. 21. and their/, heart was darkened '

2. 20. an instructor of the /'. a teacher ot babes 1 ior. 1.20. hath not (J. made/', wisd.oi this worlA Ual. 3. 1. O /. (iaiatiaiis. who hath hew itched you •

3. are \\e so I', f haviim be-uu in tlie spirit P.ph.:>. 4. neifher tilthmess, nor f. talking

1 /■/'//<. 6. 9. thev tliat will bench fall into /'. lusts

2 ■/'(/;/. 2.23. hut /. qiieslions avoid, lit. .3. 0.

Til. .3. 3. we ourselves were .somelimes (. liereiseil

1 Pet.-Z. 15. ii;av put to silence Ihe igiioi. ot /. meii

' rooLisiii.v,

Ccn. 31.28. thou hast now done f. insodoiiiL', in mv

power to hurt you, 1 .^am. 13. 1.3, 2 rhr. 16. 9.

\\uin. 12. 1 1. the sill on us wherein we have iloiie /.

2 .SV//H. 24. 10. 1 have done vers /. 1 { hron. 21. ii. ,/../' 1. 22. ill all this lob sinned not', iiorcharL-ed Ci. f. /'■«/. 75. 4. 1 saiil to the fools, deal not /.

/'/.':. 14. 17. he tliat is .soon aimrv dealelli /".

30. .12. if thou h.ast (lone /. in iiliiiiL' thvseh'

2 Cor. 11. 17. 1 speak it as'it were /. in tins boastius 21. 1 speak/ 1 am bold al.,o. aie thev llebiewsr roOI.ISIlM.ss. 2 Sam. 15. 31. turn th.e ( oiinsi I of .-Muthophel into /. Psal. :;;'.. 5. mv wounds stink because of mv /. 1'.). 5. O (.od.'tlKUi knowestmv /'. sms are not hi.i Pro:. 12. 2.3. but the he.irt of lools pioclaimelh/.

11. 21. but Ihe /'. of fools is fillv

15. 2. but Ihe liiouth of lools iiourelli out./'.

1 1. hut Ihe mouth of fools leedelh on/, 10. :!. the /. ot man perverlelh his way

22. 15. /'. Is hoim.l ill the heart o! a dul.l

21. 0. the thoii^ihtof /'. is sin, Ilie sconier ahoimrraf.- 27,22, vet will not his /'. deii.ut Horn him Eccl. 7. '25. to know the wicked, of/, and lllailnes;- 10. 13. the be-ini.imj of the words 01 his iiioulh is/. Mark-,. 22. Ihelis, pride, /.come lioui w ilhiii 1 Cor. 1.18. pre..chim:oi i loss to Iheiii that pel i^li f. 21. it pleased Ood bv Ihe /. of pi eachimj to save "3 we pre;uh I hrisl crucified, lo Ihe (neeks/.

25. because Ihe /. of Ooil is wiser Ihan men

2. 14. Ihe thiiiusof Ihe spirit ot (.odare./. 10 liiii>

3. 10, the wisdom of ihis world is/, with liod

lOOl /( a part of the body well known, hi old time.* it -.as customnrv to wash the leet rf stranger.i vron thiir coming off a journey. Oen. 18. 4. |

10, 2. I 24, .'12. because generally they were hiiref'ot. or wore sandals only, irhich did not secure th,m from the dust or dirt. St, Paul enioiiis in'/ui'ri/ to he mode, whether the widoi^i who were to be taken into tin number of tluve who were to be maintained by the church, had washed the fuet Of the saints ; whether thej

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tad if en ready to do the meanest office' to the ser- vants of (ji d, I i iin. 5. 10. Christ .lesus, to giit us an example I'f humility, ^cashed tlie teet (/ his apostles ; and thereby taught them to perform all the most humble services for one another, John 13. 5. Feet, •« the style of the sacred tariters, often mean inclinations, affections, propensities, actions, mo- tion'. Eccl. 5. 1. Keel) *''>' loot wiien thou f;oest to the house or < iod. Psal. 36. 11. Let not the foot of pride come aiainst me. And in Psal. liy. 59. 1 turned my feet unto thy testimonies. jilso in F.ph. 6. 13. And your feet shod with the preparation of the gospelbf peace, lobe at any ones feet, is used for obeyiiiff, being in his ser- vice, follouitig him. Ahiaait tells David, that the presents which she brought h:m, uere for the young men that walked at his feet ; for the sul- dieis icho /ollotjed him, 1 .Sam. 25. + t!7. Moses says, Deut. 3.'i. 3. that the I-ord loved his people, and they sat dov n at his teet : like scholars, they heard him, they belonged to him, they were taught and instructed in his doctrine. St. Paul says, that he :eas brmight up at the feet «/ Gama- liel, Acts 22. 3. And Mais sat at our Saviour's feet, and heard his word, Luke 10. 39.

2n Deut. 1 1. 10. it is said, that the land of Canaan is iwt lite the land of Eirypt, where thou sowedst thy seed, and wateredst it with thy foot ; that is, that Palestine is a country ichere the rains are not extremely rare, a here the dews are plentiful, where there are many springs, rivulets, and brooks, tcithout reckoning the riicr Jordan, which supply the earth with all the moisture that is necessaiy to its prodiuing fruit ; whereas I'sypt is a country tchere there is no river but the N ile, tohere it never rains, and tchere the lands which are not uithin 'each to he watered by the inundations of this river, continue parched and barren. To supply this want, ditches are dng. and water distribnted throughout the several i illages ; the digging these ditches, and dispersing these waters, create a great deal of labour to the feet.

But jiotwithitanding these precautions, there are many places which have no water ; and in the course of the year, the places which are nearest to the Mle require to be watered again in an arti- Jicial manner. It is done by the help of some ma- chines, which Philo describes thus: It is a wheel 'jchich a man turns with the motion of his feet, by ascending successively the several steps which are .cithin it. But as while he is thics continually turning, he caimot keep himself up, lie holds a stay in his hands, which is not movable, and this sup- ports him ; so that in this work, the hands do the office of the feet, and the feet that of the hands : since the hands -which should act, are at rest ; and the feet which should he at rest, are in action, and give motion to the -uheel. Tins is what is meant by watering the earth with their feet.

// is said, in Jer. 2. 25. W ithhold tliy foot from being unshod, and thy throat from thirst. Uo not continue to prostitute yourselves, as you hate hitherto done, to strange people. He .ipeaks to the infidel and idolatrous .lews. .Si likewise Ezek. 16. 25. 1 hou hast opened tjiy feet to every one that passed by. It is a tnctilest expression, for exposing one's nakedness, or going into the hed of" lust. Jacob said to Laban, Gen. .3(T. + 30. The Lord hath blessed thee at my foot ; tliat is, ever since I came to you ; since my feet entered into thy house : or, by my foot ; that is, by my ministry and labour, as the phrase is used, l3eut. 11. 10.

So be under any one's feet, to be a footstool to him, is a figurative way of speaking, to signify the subjection of a subject to his sovereign, of a servant to his master, Psal. 8. 6. 1 18. .38. 1 110. 1. Thou hast put all thinss under his feet. Aline enemies are fallen under my feet. Sit thou at my right hand, until 1 maKe tliine ene- mies thy tootstool. lo lick the dust off one's feet, Jsa. 49. 23. They shall how down to thee ■with their face toward the earth, and lick up the

Ciakedness of feet was a sign of mourning : Forbear to cry, .says Gad to Ezekiel, make no mourning for the dead, and put ou thy shoes upon thy feet", J^zek. 24. 17. It was also a mark of respect, reve- rence, and adoration, Exod. 3. 5. Put off thy shoes from off thy feet, for the place where thou standest is holy ground. To wash one's foot with oil, or with butter, signifies plenty of all sorts of good thiiigs, Deut. 33. 24. Job 29. 6. To wash one's feet in the blood of sinners ; to take remarkable vengeance on them, to shed rivers of their blood,VsA\\.5&.W.

A wicked man speaketh with his feet, says Solo- mon, Prov. f). 13. He uses much gesture with his hands and feet while he is talking ; he secretly sig nifies to hts companions his intentions or desires of some evil toaarus another person, which he is afraid or ashamed to express openly. The ancient .yages blamed those who used too much gestintla- tion, and spoke with all their members. Ezekiel reproaches the Ammonites with clapping t'leir hands, and stamping with their feet in token of joy, ■upon seeing the desolation of Jerusalem mid the temple, Ezek. 25. 6. .^Ind in chap. 0. W.he makes the same motions the sigris of grief, because of the ruin of his people.

The prophet Isaiah says, fllessed are ye that sow lieside all waters, that send forth thither tlic feet of the ox and the ass, Isa. 3S. 20. 174

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Happy are the people that saw thetr com upcn a well-watered soil, who with their oxen and asses pluugh a fat and fruitful land ; or who feed there their oxen arid their asses, 'lo send out their feet, that is, to send them there, to feed them, to pluugh tliere with them. But this pas- saije may be understood mystically, and seems to respect the times of the go'pel: that is, Happy are the apostles and gospel-ministers, in com- parison of those that lived before them, who shall find abundant success of their labours in the conversion of multitudes unto (.'hrist. The same prophet says, chap. 58. 13. If thou turn away thy foot from the sabbath, from doini thy plea- sure on my holy day. This is taken, either property, if thou forbear walking, or taking any unnecessary journeys on the sabbath-day : or. metaphorically, that is, if thou keep thy mind and affections clear, and restrain thyself from u/iateier may pnfane it; feet ieirtg often put fir affections, becaiue the mind is moved by the affections, as the body is by the feet.

Job says, that he was feet to the lame, and eyes to the blin

Cen. 41.44. without thee no man shall lift up his/.

Exod. 12. 37. about si.\\ hundred thousand on/.

21. 24. thou Shalt give/, for/, lieut. 19. 21.

30. 18. shalt make a laver of brass and his f.

28. 1 31. 9. I 35. 16. 1 38. 8. I 39. 39. 1 40. 11.

Lev. 8. 11. Lev. 13. 12. if a leprosy cover from head to/. Akwi. 22. 25. the ass crushed Balaam's/, aiist. wall Veut. 8. 4. nor did thy/, swell these forty years

11. 10. and wateredst It with thy/, as a garden

25. 9. she shall loose his shoe from off' his/. 29. 6. thy shoe is not waxen old upon thy/.

.32. .35. to me venecan. their/, shall slide in due time .33. 24. .Moses said, let Asher dip his/, in oil

Josh. 1. 3. every place your/, shall tread upon 5. 15. loose thy shoe from off thy/. Joshua did so

Judg. 5. 15. Barak was sent on/, to the valley

1 Sam. 23. +22. and see where his/, shall be

2 Sam. 2. 18. Asahel was as lii'ht of/, as a roe 21. 20. hail on every/, six toes, 1 Chron. 20. 6.

2 Kings 9. 33. Jehu trixl Jezebel under/. 2 Chr. 33. 8. nor any more removed the/, of Israel Job 23. 11. my/, hath held his steps, his way I kept 28. 4. even the waters forgotten of the/.

31. 5. or if my/, hath hasted to deceit

39. 15. and foraettetli that the /. may crush them I'sal. 9. 15. in the net they hid is their/, taken

26. 12. my /. standeth in an even place

.36. 11. let not the/, of pride come asainst me .38. 16. when my/. slipi>eth, magnify themselves 66. 6. they went throiign the flood on /. 68. 23. that thy /. mavJ)e dipped in bloo

91. 12. his angels shall bear thee up, lest thou dash thy/, against a stone. Mat. A. 6. Luke 4. 11.

94. 18. 1 said my/, slippetli, thy mercy held me up 121. 3. he will not suffer thy y. to be moved Prov. 1. 15. refrain thy/, from their path 3. 23. shalt walk safely, and thy/, shall not stumble 26. the Lord shall keep thy/, from being taken 4. 27. turn not to right or left, remove thv /. from

25. 17. withdraw thy/, from thy neighbour s house 19. confidence in unfaith. men is like/, outof joint

Eccl. 5. 1. keep thy/, when goest into house of God Isa. 14. 25. on my mountains tread him under/.

18. 7. a nation meted out and trivjtlen under/.

20. 2. and put off thy shoe from off thy /.

26. 6. the/, shall tread it down, even of the poor 41. 2. who called the righteous man to his/.

58. 13. if thou turn away thy/, from my sabbath Jer. 2. 25. withhold thy /. from being unshod

12. 10. they have tro(fden my portion under/. Lam. 1. 15. I^. hath trodden under/, miuhty men Ezek. 6. 11. stamp with thy/, and say, alas

16. + 6. when trodden under/. X saicl to thee, live 25. + 6. because thou hast stamped with the/. 29. 11 . no/, of man. no/, of beast shall pass thro' it .32. 13. neither shall the/, of man trouble them Dan. 8. 13. to give the host to be trodden under/. AmosQ.. 15. that is sw in of/, shall not deliver himself Mat. 5. 13. salt unsii oiiry, trodden under /'. of men 14. 13. the people followed him on/, out of cities 18. 8. if thy/, offend thee, cut it oft, Mark 9. 45. 22. 13. bind him hand and /. cast him into darkn. Mark 6. .33. many ran a /. thither out of all cities John 11. 44. was dead came forth bound hand and/. Arts1.5. not so much as to set his/, on, yet promised 20. 13. so had appointed, mindinghimselt to go a/.

1 (-'or. 12. 15. if the/, say, because I am not the hand Heb. 10. 29. hath trodden under/, the .^on of God liev.\\. 13. .Son of man clothed with agarm.tothe/.

11. 2. the holy city shall they tread under/.

Sole of FOOT.

Gen. 8. 9. the dove found no rest for the sole rfherf.

Dent. 28. .35. L. smite thee with a botch from sole off.

."xi. not set sole of her f. on ground for delicateness

65. nor shall the sole of thy /. have rest [on

Josh. 1. 3. every place the sole of your/, shall tread

2 Sam. 14. 25. none like Absalom, from the sole off. Job 2. 7. Job smitten with boils from sole of the /. Isa. 1. 6. from sole off. to the head no soundness Ezek. 1. 7. sole off. was like the sole of a calf's /.

FOOT breadth. Deut. C. 5. will not give, no not so much asf.-ireadth

Left FOOT. Rev. 10. 2. and be set his left f. upon the eartli

Right FOO 1'.

Rev. 10. 2. a little book, he set his right f. on the sea

See Toe.

FOOTED.

ier. 11.3. whatsoever is cloven-/, that ye shall eat

7. aud the swine though he be cloven-/, is uncleao

FOR

Lev. 21. 1 9. man that is broken/, shall not approaco Actsia. 12. alt manner of four-/, beasts, 11. 6. Rom. 1. 23. image made like birds and four-/, beasts

FOOT .MEN. Num. 11. 21. the people are six hundred thousand /. 1 Sam. 22. 17. Saul said to the/, slay priestsof Ld. Jer. 12. 5. if hast run with/, aiidtliey weaiied tliee

FOOISIEP.S. Psal. 17. 5. hold up my goings that my/, slip not 77- 19. thy way is in the sea, thy/, are not known 89. 51. they reproached the/, ot thine anoin ed Cant. 1. 8. go tiiy way forth by the/, of the flock FOOTS 1 00 L.

1 Chron. 28. 2. build an house for the/, of our God

2 Chr. 9. 18. were six steps to throne withy, of gold Psal. 99. 5. worship at his/, for he is holy, 132. 7.

110. 1. sit thou at my rlzht-hand till I make thine enemies thy /. Mat. 22. 44. Mark 12. 36. Luke 20, 43. Acts ± 35. Heb. 1. 13. Isa. 66. 1. heaven is my throne, and earth is my/. Acts 7. 49. iam. 2. 1. remembered not his/, in day of his anger Mat. 5. 35. swear not by the earth, it is his/. Heb. 10. 13. expecting till his enemies be made his/. Jam. 2. 3. say to tlie ixxir, sit here under my /.

FOU. Dent. 4. 7. so nigh in all things that we call on him/. 2 Sam. 11. 22. shewed Davi

13. 8../". we can do notliing against but /. the truth 2 Pet. 3. 12. looking/, the comingof theday ofGod

lOKASMUCH. Gen. 41. 39./. as God hath shewed thee all this Deut. 12. 12. /. as he hath no inheritance with you Judg. 11. 3("). /. as the Lord hath taken vengeance

1 Sam. 20. 42./. as we have sworn both of us

2 Sam. 19- .30./. as my lord is come au^ainin peace 1 Kings 13. 21./. as thou hast disobeyed the lx>Td 1 Chron. 5. 1./. as Ueuben deKled his father's be

7. f. among all wise men of nations none like thee Dan. 2.40./. as iron break, and subdu. all things Luke 19. 9. /. as he also is the son of Abraham Acts U. 17./. then as Ciod gave them the like gift 17. 29. /. then as we are the ofispring of God 24. 10./. as 1 know that thou hast been a judge 1 Cor. 11.7./. as he is the imaae and glory of Go

14. 12./. as ye are zealous of spiritual gifts

15. 58./. as ye know your labour is not in vain 1 Pet. 1. 18./. as ye know ye were not redeemed

4. 1. /. then as Christ hath suffered for us

FOKBADE. Deut. 2. .37. nor unto whatsoever the Lord /. us Mat. .3. 14. but John/, him, saying,! have need Mark 9. .38. we saw one casting oiit devils in thy name, we/, him, because he foUowetli not us, Luke 9. 49. C Ptt. 2. 16. the ass /. the madness of the prophet FOKBAKE.

1 5am.23.13.Dav. escaped, and Saul/, to go fortii

2 Chron. 25. 16. then the prophet/, and said , 1 know Jer. 41. 8. so Ishmael/. and slew them not

FORHKAIIA.NCE. Rom. 2. 4. or despisest thou the riches of his /. .' 3. 25. for the remission ofsins, through the/. ofG.

FOKBEAK. Exod. '23.5. if see his ass, and would./, to help him Deut. 13. V:. if thou shalt/. to vow, it shall benosiu 1 Sim. 11. + 3. /. us seven days that we may Miid

1 Kings 22. 6. shall 1 go. or/. ? 2 Chron. 18. 5, 14.

2 Chron. 25. 16./. why shouldest thou be smitten .' 33. 21. /. thee from meddling with God

Neh. 9. .30. yet many years didst thou /. them .Job 16. 6. and though I /'. what am I cased .■• Prov.li. 11. thou/, to deliver them drawn to death Jer. 40. 4. but if it seem ill to thee to come,/. Ezek. 2. 5. whether they will hear or/. 7. I 3. 11.

3. 27. and he that forbeareth, let him/.

24. 17. /. to cry, make no moumina for the dead Zech. 11. 12. I said, give me my price, if not, /.

1 Cor. 9. 6. have not we power to/, working .'

2 Cor. 12.6./. lest any should think of me above what

1 Thess, 3.1. w herefore when we could no longer/, t.

FORBEAHKllI. Num. 9. 13. tliat/. keep the passover shall be cutoff Ezek. 3. 27. and lie that/, let him forbear

FORB FAKING. Prov. 23. 15. by long/, is a prince persuaded Jer. 20. 9. I was weary with/. I could not stay Eph. 4. 2. /. one another in love, Col. 3. 13. 6. 9. masters, do the same thiiiiis,/. threatening

2 Tim. 2. t24. the servant of the Lord must be/.

FORBID. Num. 11. 28. Joshua said, my lord Moses, f. them 1 Sam. 24. 6. the Lorn f. I should do this thing 215. 11. I.ord/. 1 should stretch forth mine hand 1 Kin;so\\. 3. >; al>otb said to Ahab. the Ld./. it me 1 Chron. 11. 10. my Gotl/.itmc, that I should do this Mark^.3f). but Jesus said./, him not, Luke 9. 50. 10. 14. suffer little childr./. them not, Luke 18. 16. Luke 6. 29. takisth thy cloke,/. not to take coat also Acts 10. 47. Peter answered, can any /. water, that these should not l)e baptized r 24. 23. should/, none of his acquaintance to come 1 Cor. 14. 39. and /. not to speak with tongues

Oorf FORBID. Gen. 44. 7. Cod f 17. Josh 22. 29. I 24. 16. I Sam. 12. 23. I 14. 45. I 20. 2. Job 27. ."i. ImI'C 20. 16. Rom. 3. 4, 6, 31. I 6. 2, 15. | 7.7, 1.3. I 9. 14. I 11. 1, 11. 1 Cor. 6. 15. Gal. 2. 17. I 3. 21. I 6. 14. FORBIDDEN. Lev. 5. 17. if a soul commit any of these things/. Dent. A. 23. or the likeness of what the Lordhatii/l Acts 16. 6. iiud were/, to preach the word in Asia

FOR

FORBinDETFT. S Joh}i 10. and/, thtni that uuulci receive brethren

lUKl.lDlMNC. lAike C3. C. ami /. to give tribute to Ca'sar, say ins Acts '.'8. 31. prtacliina: kinail. ot G. uo man/, him 1 'J/ie'i.Q. 111./. Ui to Si>eii\\ to tin- (.entiles 1 Tim. 4. o. J. to marrv, conmuuiciin:^ to abstain rorn'oHM.. [frnm

Jer. 51. 30. mighty men ot I -abylon hn^e/. to licht

FOItCE.

abated

1 Snm. C. 10. Shalt sive it. if not, T will take it by /. E-ra 4. C3. they made them to cease by /. and power JoA 3(\\1H. by ^reat.i. ot my disease, L:arm. ihanf^ed

40. Jii. and his/, is in tiu'navel ot Ins belly Jer. 18. CI. pour (^ut their t'lood by _/. oi tlie sword

23. 10. their eom'se is e\\ d, and tlieir/. is not rii;ht

48. J j.they stood under the shallow, brcaiiseottlier. i:fji-. 34. 4. with/', and cnieltv have ye rule I them

X>. 5. thou hast shed blood by the.f. hi tlie suord .fjmoi '2. 14. tl-.e strong shall not strengthen hisy'. Mat. 11. le. and the violent take it by /. JoimC. 15. when nerceived they would take him by/. yJa- ^3. 10. to take Paul by _/. troin anions; tliem Jiti. y. 17. tor a testanient Is of/, after men are dead

FORI r. Jlevt. CC. C5. if the man/, her and lie with her

2 .V/w. 13. IC. nay, my brother, do not f. we iLjrA.7.8.\\viUhc i. the qm-en also before me in house

■ roHci.u.

Jvdg. 1. 34. the Ammonites ./'. the children of llan

CO. h. my concubine have they /. that siie i:. dead

1 0>«/«. l:i. VZ. 1 ./■. myself iherefore. and oliered

C i

CC. hated .Amnon, becai'.Se he/ I. is sister 1 a'.iiar

.")•-'. i^eterunned from theday f: at he/, his sisttr

Prvi. 7. £1. with the tiattcrinL' ot her \'\\{)i she /'. him

ltH<(.'l.S. C Chr. 1". 5. .Tehoshaphat placed f. in fenced cities Ji

11. men may brim: to thee tlie /. of (lentiles Jer. 40.7. when tliecai)tainsof the (. that were in the held, 13. I 41. 11. l:i, Ifi. I 4C. 1. !'. I 4:i. 4, 5. Vaiu 11. 10. and shall assemble a mult, of i;re,it I. .•58. but inbis estate shall lie honour tlie (iod of /. Vliai!. 11. ti at slraiii;ers carried aw.iv captivir lus/. t 13. shouldest not have laid h.aids on tlieir;. FORCll:LE. Job 0. ^5. how/, ri^ht words, what arguinir prove f

lOKCl.Nti. Jinit. CO. 10. not destroy trees by/, axe airainsf them i'roi. 30. 33. so the I . of w rathVrimieth fortli striie

lOlil). S. Cm. .3C. Z'i. .Jacob passed over the/. .Tabbok Jc.i/i. C. 7. ami the men pursued the spies to the f. Jidg. 3. C8. Israel went and took the r. of .binian In:. HJ.C.thedaimiiters of Moab at tlie/. of Anion

"iXiKlX'.ASl. Dan. 11. C4. and he .shall f. his (ievices, C5.

FUKl.F.Vl lli:i!.-~. Jir. 11. 10. are turned to tlie iniquifiesof their/. 'J 'iim. 1. 3. 1 thankCod, whom 1 serve from my/.

l(Jia.FK(K\\ 1. T.zcd. C6. 9. si\\ curtains in the/, of the tabernacle C8. :i7. a blue lace, on the f. or the mitre it sliall be JLrv. 8. 9. upon his/, did he put the L'ldden plate 1 .Sam. 14. ."). I. of one rock was situate ncith ward 'J .-am. 11. 15. set ye Lilali in the;, of the battle '2 hiiigs 16. 14. he brouitlt trie brazen altar Hum/. C Vliron. Co. C?, .lehoshapliat in the ;'. of tliem iLieX-. 40. 10. trom (. of lower L'atetoV. of inner court 47. 1. the;', of the house stoi d tou'ariis the east

FJKIIII.AD. <^CH. C4. * CC. the man b-ok a jewel for the/. /.jerf.Ca. 38. the plate shall be in Aaron's f. alwavs 1-ti. 13. 41. he is C.-liald, yet is lie clean 4C. it is a leprosy spriimr up in bis bald/. 43. if the risin:,'be reddish in his bald;. + ;\\t. wbciher it be in tlie head or;, thereof 1 .S.,v/!. 17. 40. Diividtook astone.slanii it. luiii smote the Philistine in his;, the stone sunk in lus;. C Chrvii.V}. lo.the lepiosv rose up in Uzziali's;.

CI I. and behold he was leprous in lus /. Jtr. 3. 3. and thou hadst a whore's r. not asliamed X;<7. 3. t 7. Israel arestitf' of r. anil hard of lieart 8. have made thy;, siron-' aiiauist their bireheads 0. as an adam. harder than timthave madetliv;. Iti. IC. 1 put a jewel upon thy /. and ear rinJs in Jltv. 14. y. ami receive the mark of tlie beast in bis f. 17.5. and upon her f. whs a name written, .Msstery n'lRKIII- ADS. Ezek. 3. 8. made thy forehead strouL' against their T. o. 4. setamaik on the;, of them that siiili and crv l!ei.~. 3. have sealed the servants of dod in their/. 0. 4. which have not the seal of (.od in their t. ■ 13. 16. he causetb all to receive a mark in their f. [ 14. 1. having his I ather's name writ en in their/. I 20. 4. nor had received Ids mark upon their/. 22. 4. and his name shall be in their;'.

FOK! U.NFl;. J'.toi. 12. 45. f. and hired servant sImII not eat Deul. 15. 3. of a I. thou ma\\ est exact it a"ain

'I'OKKIC, S I'.lt.s. Obad.M. in the day that /. entered into his pates /-'jsA. C. 19. ve are no mofestraiiuers and;.

IDHFKM'.u; liom.W. 2. G. hath not cast awav peojile which he/.

F(Jl

1 ORFKNOWFFDt.K. /lets 12. 23. him beinL' delivered by tiief. of God

1 Pet. 1. -2. elect accordnu,' to t. of (Jod the Father

FOKF.MOsl. Cen. 32. 17. .Jacob commanded the/, sayinu 33. 2. lie |)ut the handmaids and tin ir ihildren/.

2 i>am, IB. 27. the running of the;, is like Ahimaaz

FOKEORDAINKl). Rom.Z. + 25. God hath/, to be a propitiation 1 Pet, I. £0. who veriiy was/. bsTore the woild

FOR

FOKEPAr>T.

Exod. 28. 27. two rim;s towan's;'. of eph"d, 3^. 20. 1 Kulg^ (i. CO.. the oracle in the;, was twenty cubiti Kzck. 42. 7. the wall oil t!ie ;'. 01 the chainliers Acts 27.41. the/, of ship stiick fast and leiuained

FOKKRUN .\\FK. //<;A. 6.20. whither the ^. is for us entered, even.lesus

ll/RKS.AU . Acts '2. '25. If. the Ford alwavs before mv face

loui.sFi/rii.

Proz-. 22. 3. a prudent man r'. the evil, 27. 12.

ItiltESI'.LINd. Gal. 3.8. the scripture;. tWid would justifv heathen

FORESEEN. //. *. 11. 1 40. God havin2 /. some better thing tor us

FORE-slilP. Alts 27. 30. thev would have cast anchors out of/.

' FORESKIN. Ge)i. 17. 11. ve shall circumcise the flesh of your f. 14. w hose tiesh of his f. is not ciicumciseii C.'i. and circumcised the flesh of their ;. 24. 25. r.JO/. 4. 25. then /iiiporah cut otV the;, of her son J.f. . 12. 3. the flesh of his/, shall be ciicumcised /'( I. f. 10.1 1'l. circumcise theretoretlie f. otyour heart JIub. 2. 16. drink then, and let thv ;'. be uncovered

FGHFSKINS." .h\\

1 -am. 18. '.5. but an hundred t'. of the Phdistmes 27. David brought their f. ;:ave them to the kiiu;

2 .-'am. A. 14. whicli I espou'sed to me bir an liimd. (. Jt;.4.4. take awav/. or \\ our heart, ve men or .luo.di

' FtiKF,.sr. 1 .''am. 22. 5. Paviil came into the/, of Hareth

1 A"i/."-.v 7. C. Solomon built the bouse of the /'.

10. 17. put them m tlie hou'e ofthe /. C C/iri-ii' '.>. 16. C h'incs 10. C3. into tlie /.ofhi>(ainiel, 7..«. .■i7.C4. .V< A. C. !'.. a letter to .Asaph, keeoer of the kiii-'s;. J''r.-/. ,W. 10. for tveiy beast of the;', is mine

UU. 20. w herein all "beasts of the I. do creep fortli ],i. 0. 18. and sh.all kindle in the thickets of the;.

10. 18. and shall consume the ;; lory of hi-;'. 19. the rest of the trees of his >. shall be tew

21. 13. in the I. of Aralua sliail ve lod;;e

2C. 8. tlH . didst look to tlie armour of the f.

Cii. 17. the lield sliall be esteemed as a/. :iC. 15.

.'V.'. 10. wliin it shall hail.comm;; down on tiie /.

44. 14. taketh cypress troin amom; trees of tlie/. 23. break lorth into simrim;, ye mountains, U /.

.")ii. 9. all \\ e beasts of the ;'. come to de\\ our Jtr. 5. I'l. wh.ererore a lionoutof ;'. shall -laythem

10. 3. for one cutteth a tree out of r'. w iih ih.e a.xe

12.8. mine heritai;e is to me as a fion in the;'.

21. 14. 1 will kindle a tire in the I. thereof

Co. 18. beiomeas lii-h places of the t'. Mic. 3. 12.

46. 23. they shall cut down her ;'. sai'tii the Lord 7:

20. 4i'j. p.ropliesy ai;ainst the/, of the soutli held 47- sav unto the /. of the .south, bear the word //e.-. C.IC. I will make them a/, beasts shall eat them . ,'m(|.i3. 4. wiU lion roar ill the /'. w hen hatii no prey. ■ Mil-. 5. 8. as a lion amom; the beasts of the ;. /.n/t. 11. C. the;, of the vintage is come oown IDREsis.

2 C'/irm. 27. 4. .lotliam built c.istles in the f. /V«/. 29. 0. the voice of the Lord discovereth the f. Isa. 10. 34. he shall cut down the thickets of tlie/. Z.ctX-. 30. 10. neither cut dow n anv out of the ;.

FUR El F.IJ,. " 2 Cor. 13. 2. 1/. von as if 1 were present sec. time

"1 OUl.rOLl). .l/r7M 13. 23. take heed, belt. 1 have/ you all thinas -iifj 3. C4. tlie proph. have likew ise;. of these davs

1()RF\\VAK.\\. Lidt 12. 5. but I will 1: vou ,vhom ve shall fear

FOKl.x^ ARN I. lb 1 T/a\'S. 4. 6. as we also have t. vou and tesiifled

FtlRl l:'.l ILD; E:ra 10. 8. all his siib.st. should be/, he separated

FORtJA I. Cni. 40.23. butler not remember. Tosepli. but/, him ./««'

1 .-.im. IC. 9. and when thev /'. the l.oid their God ;'.'«/. 78.11. and thev 1'. hisworksand hiswomieis

Ini. l:i. .soon f. his works CI. /. (i. their Sa\\ioiir J. am. 3. 17. removed far from [leace. 1 (. |>r( spei Ifv Ihis. C. 13. she went after her lov. and t. me, saitli L.

FORGAVE. 7'.f(7/. 78. "8. he r. their iuiquitv, destroved them not .Mar. Iti. C7. he lo, .^ed him. and I. hm'i the delit

32. O wicked servant, I t. thei' all that debt J.til; 7. 42. had nothim; to pav. he irauklv t'. them 43. 1 si;p|Osi- that he to whom he t. most

2 Cvr. C. lo. t.r if 1 ;'. any thin:; to whom I ('. it

bir Miuisakes/'. I it in the per.son ot t Iirist Co!. 3. l.l.'e'.en as I hrist f. vou, so also do \\e

Ff/RtiAVEsl. /''. .".C. ."•. T will confess, thou ;'. the iniquity of n\\v 00. a, was G. that I. thefi.th'o' tookest \\eiii;eante

Forged.

Psa/. 110. 6". the rrouil have f. a lie a;jainst me FoRtil.Rs.

.Job 13.4. ve are/, of lies, are all plivsiciansofuo val. FOIU.l 1 ■

Si-nilles, fl] To let thnips slip nut rf tin- mewort/. Dent. 4. 9. Lest thou bimet the things thine eves lia\\c seen. [C] To lot < ^od. bis :.o;d. and bfnijils. slip mit of niiad : :.b,r, iij on Jollow diiobeditace. nifilcct of (iod's Uiir^bij', and liicktd contempt if Cod', as a fruit and tousequenrc ot' .'licit I'orgctl'uhicss. .lud;;. 3. 7- '1 lie 1 bildr.-n' of Isi'ael did evil in the siulit of the Lord, and lor^'at the lord their Ood, and served Baalim and the i;roves. 'Jlius men fornct (iod ; the uiciid ubollj/, the tioahj in part. [3] 'Jo cast off one, to cui'i: to lore, care, and provide for him. Psal. 77. '.'■ Hath (.od foii;otten to be cracious ' Thus t^od b r- pets the utcled; and the godly do sometimes thini- that the.v are thus foroortm. i/et are vol so. .-'ec also Isa. 49. 15. (.'an a woman toiitet her su( kiii- diild- \\ea, the\\ mav lor get, \\et will 1 not b rtjet titee. ^h't n.ni, ciase

FOR

to loie her child, but I aill vol cta'C to lore ana j.roiide for thee. [4l 'Jo omit to i.-iuii-ii. .Amos

8. 7. surely I will never for!;et airv of their works; I -.All not aluaj/x defer to punish them, tlioiiiih it inay teem 1 hale forgitttn. [5] Sot to esteem, but to fass oitr a mutter us nn:.irthy ,vr icaumhranee, Phil. 3. 13. lorcettin- those thin^ts which are behind : not so miuh con-ider- !ui/ or reiiarding ::hat I hate alrtaily done, as -..hilt J haie i/ii further to do.

.loseph ealltd the name . f hi-^ fint-born, '\\lanasseh, that I', foriiettim; : lor <,od. 'aid he. hath mmie me forL'et all my toil, and all my father's lioose : he has expelled all .\\orro:iful ren emhrunee it my .'lanry in Egypt, and if my ivjferiiuj' fnin nii brethren, by my present comfiot and a'lonj. Jn Ps,d. 45. ID. the Psalmist speaking to the'ebnrch sal/'. Forget also thine own people, and thv fa- ther's house : he alludes to the lau- of matrin'ony. (ien. C. C4. Ihiai mutt forget aiid Jor.'oke all carnal relation.', a' far as they hindtr fiom I hrist, and Uke-.n-e all those prejudices, fal-'c' per'vasi.ns, eoirupt tnelinati''n.', and tzil practices, nhich ae so natural to, and even part of. thy.'e/j. Mat. 5. 29, :iO. .Did by thee -cords he stems iaeitiy to fo'e- ttll, that eieii the legal uorship af pointed by Moses, and delivered to them by their parents nicces'i.tly for many generation.', sh,uld he re- linquished by the beliiiing Jews, and abolislud by I'lirist's e, niinp.

Cen. C7. 45. till he )'. that which thon hast done him 41. 51. for God liath maile me/ all my toil

7'. rt. 4. 9. lest thou;, the thimisthiiie eyes haveseen 23. b'stye f. die covenant oi the Lord vour God 31. th- I,, w ill not f. the covenant of thv fathers 6. 12. beware lest tiio-j/. the Lord. 8. Ll, 14. 19. 9. 7. /'. not h.ow thou provokerist the Lord thvfiod 25. 19. Shalt blot out Amalek. thou slialt iiof f it

1 Sam. 1. 11. if thou wilt not/, thine handmaid

C Kniiis 17. ."8. the covenant I made ve shall not/.

Job 8. 13. so are the paths or all that /. tiod

9. 27. if I sav, 1 will f'. mv complaint 11. 16. because thi u siialt/. tliy mis-rv

24. 2(1. wombsltall f. Iiim. wor-ti shall feed on him I'sal. 9. 17. and all t'ne nations that I'. I .od

10. IC. arise, o 1 ord./. not the ImtVdih- 13. 1. how louL' wilt thou;, me, ( ) I nrd - 45.10. f. also thine own people, ami lather's house ,5(1. 22. 'now consider this, \\e that f. ( .od

59. 11. slay them not. lest my people/, scatter them 74. 19. ;'. not the con:;repation of thy poor for ever 2A. f. not the voice of tliine enemies 78. 7. tiiat tiiev mi-lit mn f. the works of God 1(2. 4. heart smitten, so that 1 I. to eat mv bread 1(13. C. bless tile Lord, and f. not all his bcntlits 119. 16. 1 will not I. thv word 83. yet do 1 not /.'thy statutes, liio. 141. 93. i w ill never;, thv ir 1 (to not I. thy coiiim'anihiients 1:'.7. 5. if 1 /'. tliee'. O .ferusaletn. let mv hand t'. I'rov. :!. 1. I'r.y son./, not my law. but let thy lie^it 4. 5. iti t w isuom. uet imtlerstar.dim;, /'. it not 31. 5. lest they drink and/, the law, and |iti\\ert 7. let him drmk and;. 1 overly, remeiitb, no n ,]■« /.'«.49. 15. can a woman;, her siukim; child • vi-n, thev nuiv ;'. yet will 1 not f. "tliee 51. 4. for thou shalt f. th'e shame of thv voiith 1-5. 11. \\e are tliey that/, my liol\\- mount.dn ./.;■. C.'iC.can maid;', hor'ornainents, or bride nttire ' 2 i. C7. w h.o tliink tiicause mv people to/, mv nanio 39. behold. 1. even I, will utterly ;. you " ram. ,"). C(t. witerefore dost thou /. us toi e^cr ' //■.■■. 4. 6. forjtotteii the law, 1 will also;, thy cidldr. -Corsy,. 7. 1 will never/. ;uiy of tijeir works 7/. /. 6. 10. God is not unri;;!'teous to/, vour woiKS l.'i. 16. to do L'ooo and i otruumicate f'.'not

lORGLII'll. Jlib. 13. C. be not t'. to entertain strtmuers J'im. 1. -.5. he beiiti: not a t. heaier. hut a doer

FOb'GL I It I.N 1^^. P.'ol. 88. IC. ami thv riuliteousness m tiie l.tiid ( f ;

I'tilU.I'l n.>i. I'.'iil. 41. CI. whiret'ore f. thou our tdlliction." 7,0/. 51. l.i. anil ;. the Lord thv .Maker

■fOIUil I IF'l II. J, I' 31. 15. and f. that the biot mav crush tliem /'-,//. 9. 1:. h,. ',, not the crv of the hmttlle /';v;. C. 17. and f. the covenant of her (ovl Jam. I. CI. he (.'what manner of man he was

■ I (iRGI I 1 INC.. Cm. 41. ■• 51. .1. scph called the f'rstborn. t'. Poll. :.. 13. I. tiiose Ihinas which are behind

F()liGI\\ E. C;,/o50. 17. /'. T prav. the trespass of thv brelhreii, r: tlie trespass ot serv. 01 ( .oil ot thv ndlit-r 7:0 ('. lo". 17. (. I piav thee. m\\ ^in only tills once :vC. .">C. vet r.'.'w . if thou w lit /. their siii .\\i,m. .'.("i. 5. and the Fordsh.dl f. her. 8. 12. ,/.'•//. 24. 19. an liolv (;od, he w ill not I. .vour sins 1 .s,;«;.C5.Ci'.. 1 pr,.v.f. thetresp.issof tin htmdmaid 1 A'/»(;.> li. .'io. w heii b'earest t.o:>. C ( A'c". 6. CI, .'id 31. heal, and /'. the sin olthv people iMMel 36. f. thesiuol thv 'ervmits. •:( hi-n 6. C5.'J7. -'l'.' 5>."/. thv peoide'that have sinned a-aiii-t tliee C ( //O.K. 7'. U.tlau will 1 ln.ir.uiil ( ih. u sin /'..,(/. C.">. 18. look on mv pam, and /'. all my sins i;6. 5. birihou. I ord, art !;ood ami le.idy m;'. l-a.2. o. the mean man bowelh. tlierelore;. them Jer. I!'.. 23. f not their iniquity nor bl.tout tlieirsin 31. 31. tor"! will /. their iniquity, not remember sm .36. 3. that I m.

14. ifve^'.ineu tlieir tresoasses, your Father will/.

15. itve ('. not. nor will .\\oin Father f. your

9. 6. hatirpower to;, sin, 'Miirk'2. 10. /«^f 5. 84. 18. CI. how oft m.\\ brother sin, and \\ f. him ?

35. if ve trom yiiur hearts/, not every one Mark':'~. wliocan;'. sins, but God oiuy ' l.vke5.ti,

11. C5. I'laving,;! that vour Father mav ^. you

17.5

FOR

Marl 11. ee. but if ye do not/. Father will not/. J^uieO. -ti./. Hiid ye shall be torgivcii 17. •'5. ai'

KOKtilVKN. Gen, 4. -t l.*?. my miquity is greater than may be /. Ltv, 4. 20. make atonement, and it shall be /. them, 26. .31, .-55. I 5. Ill, l.S, 16, IH. I 6. 7."1 I'J. 22. A'lim. 15. 25, 26, 28. Veut. 21. H. Num. 14. !<>. pardon, as thou hast/, from Egypt Psa.'.Vl. l.blessed, whose transgress, is/. Hom.A.I. 85. 2. thou hast /. the iniquity of thy people /fa. 3.3. 24. the people shall be/, their iniquity jMal. 9. 2. son, be of good cheer, thy sins be/, ihee, 3. Mart 2. 5, 9. Luke 5. 2ii, 2.3. 1 7. 48.

12. 31. all sin and blasphemy shall be/, but ag. H. Gh. shall not 1 e/. .32. Mark .3.28. Luke 12. 10.

Mark 4. 12. and their sins should be /. them Jjnkef). .37. forgive, and ye shall be/.

7. 47. her many sins are/, but to w'homlittle is/. Jictx 8. 22. the thought of' thy heart may be/. Ihec ipA. 4. 32. as (iod for C'lirisfs sake hath /. you Vol. 8. 1.3. he quickened, having/, you all trespasses J

FOKGl\\ till. P.r. 10.3. 3. heals thy diseases, who/, all iniquities .Lukel. 49. they began to say , who is this/, sins also

l-Oi

13. .38. thro' him is preached unto ^ou/. of sins 26. 18. to (ioit, that they may receive/, of sins

2.p/j. 1.7. in wiiom we have/, of sins. Col, 1. 14.

FORGIVEN KSSKS. Dan. 9. 9. to Lord our God belong mercies and /.

FORGIVING. F.Tod. .34. 7. f- iniquity, transgression. Num. 14. 18. F.ph. 4. 32. foi bcarinL', /. one another,

FORGOl. Veut. 24. 19. and hast/, a sheaf in the field

F()R(iOITE>;. Gen. 41. .30. and all the plenty shall be/. Dent. 26.13. not transgressed < om. nor have T/. them 31.21. it shall not be /".out of mouths of their seed .32. 18. thou hast/. (;.od that fcrmed thee Job 19. 14. my familiar friends have/, me 28. 4. flood breaks out, even waters f. of the foot Psal. 9. 18. for the needv shall not afway be/. 10. 11. he hath said in his heart, God hath/. 31. 12. I am/, as a dead man out of mind 42. 9. I will say , my rock, why hast thou /. me ? 44. 17. all this is coiiie on us, yet have we not/, thee 20. if we have/, name of our Ciod, or stretched out 77- 9- hath G.y. to be gracious ' hath he shut mercy 119. 61. but 1 have not/, thy law 1.39. because mine enemies have/, thv words Jlccl. 2. 16. in the days to come shall all be/.

8. 10. and the wicked were/, in the city

9. 5. for the memory of them is/.

Ja. 17. 10. thou hast/, the God of thy salvation 2.3. 15. that Jyreshall be/. Seventy years

16. take an harp, thou harlot that hast been/. 44. 21. O Israel, thou shall not be/, of me

49. 14. but Zion said, my Lord hath/, me 63. 16. because the former troubles are/.

Jer. 2. 32. my people have/, me, 13. 25. 1 18. 15. .3.21. they have/, the 1 ord their God 20. 11. tlicir confusion shall never be/. 23. 40. 23. 27. to forget, as their fathers have/, mv name 30. 14. all tliy lovers have/', thee, they seek tliee not 44. 9. have ye/, the wickedness of your fathers

50. 3. let us join in a covenant that shall not be /. 6. they turiied away, have/, their resting-place

Zjom. 2. 6. Lord caused the sabbath to be /. in Zion

£zek. 22. 12. thou hast/, me, saith the Ixjid 23. 35. saith the Lord, because thou hast/, me

Jlos. 4.6. seeing thou hast/, the law of thy Ciod 8. 14. for Israethath f. Maker, and builds temples 13. 6. their heart exalted, therefore have/, me

Mat. 16. 5. they had/, to take bread, AJnikH. 14.

Jjuke 12. 6. and not one of them is/, before God

Jiei. 12. 5. and ye have/, the exhortation that speaks

&Pet, 1. 9./. that he was purged from his old sins FORKS.

I Sam. 13. 21. yet they had a file for the/, and axes FORM,

Js taken for the fipure, .thape, or likene'S rfa thing, .lob 4. 16. It siood still, but I could ubt discern the form thereof. Likewise for ovtuard splendour, pomp, and dignilD, Isa. 53. 2. He hath no form nor comeliness ; 710 such outKnrd splendour as the Jews expected in their Messiah. It is also taken for a draught or pattern. 2 lim. 1. 13. Holcl "fast the form of sound words, which thou hast heard of me. Make thy diseiurses conform to the pattern of smind and tiue doctrine, wherein thmt Jiant been instructed by me. The apostle Paid, adierli.sing l iinothy rf what should come to pass in the latter times, says, 2 Tim. 3. 5. I hat there should be men w ho had a fonn of giKlliness, but ower thei eof : they shimid have an crut:Lard appcaratice and shew of religio7t, pretend to a right way if worshipping God ; to be the church, the only church of (jod ; and yet not only be deitilnte of, but reject and refiv.e the inner part, which is lively, active, and powerful to make a tlutrough change.

It is said, Mark 16. 12. that after his resurrection, Je.'jts appeared in another form to two of his disciples: another form either in regard of his habit, or biightness of his countenance, or some iiich particular. And the apottle, .-peaiinp if Christ, says, Pliil. 2. 6. \\V ho lieing in the fonii of (jod, thought it not robbery to be equal with God : that is, HV.o beittg the essential image of the talher, ami enjoying the divine

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FOR

essence and nature, with all its glory, kneui that it was no usnrpatimi in him, to accouiu him- self egval with the Father, and carry himself upon all occaxions as such. .So by the form of (iod iV meant his essence oTid nature. It fol- lows in verse 7. But made himself of no re- putation, and took upon him the form of a ser- vant, and was made in the likeness of men. Yet he emptied himself of that divine glory and majesty, by hiding it in the vail of his flesh ; and tiHik upon him the quality and condition of a mean persim, not if a glorified saint, or of some great morlnl ; and was .subject to all the frailties and ttifirmiites of human nature, sin imly excepted. Gen. 1. 2. the earth was without/, and void Judg. 8. 1 18. each accorilins.' to the/, of a king

1 *«/»(. 28. 14. he said unto her, what/, is he of?

2 fiani. 14. 20. fetch about this/, of speech Joab done Bsth, 2. + 7. and the maid was fair of/.

Job 4. 16. but 1 could notdi.«cern the/, thereof Isa. 52. 14. and his/, more than the sons of men 53. 2. he hath no/, nor comeliness Jer. 4. 23. and, lo, it was without/, and void t.zek. 10. 8. there appeared the/, of a man's hand 43. 11. shew them the/, of the house ami fashion Dan. 3. 19. and the/, of his visage was changed 25. the /. of the fourth is like the .Son of God Mark 16. 12. appeared in another/, to two of them i/om. 2. 20. which hast/, of knowledge and of truth 6. 17. but ye have obeyed that/, of doctrine f/n/. 2. (>. who beinsinthe/. of liod, thought it no

7. but took upon him the/, of a servant 2 Tim. 1. 13. hold fast/, of sound words hast heard 3. 5. having/, of godliness, denying power thereof

FORM. Isa. 45. 7- I /• the light and create darkness

FOR.MEU. Gen. 2. 7- the T^rd G

19. out of the ui'ound God/, every beast of field Dent. .32. 18. anil hast tbrgotten (Jod that /. thee 2 Kings 19. 25. that 1 have/, it, Isa. Si. 26. Job 26. 5. dead things are f. from under the water

1.3. his hand hath/, the crooked serpent .33. 6. behold, I also am/, out of the clay Psal. 90. 2. or ever thou hadst/. the earth

94. 9. he that/, the eye, shall he not see .'

95. 3. the sea is his, and his hands/', the ilrj- land Prov.06. 10. the great God that/, all thiniis

Isa. 27. 11. he that/, them will shew them no favour 43. i. thus saith he that/, thee, O Israel, fear not 7. 1 have /. him, yea, I have made him 10. before me there was no god /. nor after me 21. thispeo. have If. for myself, shall shew praise

44. 2. that made thee, an

24. thus saith he that/, thee from the womb 45. 18. God himself that/, the earth, he/, it 49. 5. Lord that/, me from womb to be his servant

54. 17. no weapon/, against thee shall prosper Jer. 1 . 5. before 1 /. thee in the belly, 1 knew thee

.33. 2. the Lord that/, it to establish it Amos'!. 1. and behold, he/, grasshoppers in beginn. Horn. 9. 20. shall the thing/, say to him that/, it Gfl/. 4. 19. 1 travail in birth, till Christ be/, in you 1 Tim. 2. 13. for Adam was first/, tlien Eve

FORMKR. Gen. 40. 1.3. shalt deliver the cup after the/, manner Au?n. 21 . 26. had fought aL'ainst the/, king of Moab /JeK/.24. 4. her/, husband which sent her away Rnfh 4. 7. was the manner in /'. time of redeeming 1 Sam. 17. M. people answered after tlie/. manner Q h'infls 1. 14. the two captains of the/, fifties

17. 34. they do after the/, manner, 40. Neh. 5. 15. the /. governors were chargeable Job 8. 8. inquire, I pray thee, of the /. age

.30. 3. the wilderness in/. time

89. 49. where are thy/, loving-kindnesses? Eccl. 1. 11. there is no remembrance of/, things

2. 10. that the /. days were better than these a. 41. 22. let them shew the/, things, 43. 9. 42. 9. behold the/, things are come to pass

43. 18. remember ye not the/, thinsjs.nor consider 46. 9. remember the/, thinss of okf, for 1 am fJod

48.3. 1 have declared/, things from the beginning

61.4. they shall raise up the/, desolations

6d. 7. 1 will measure their/, work into their bosom

16. because the /. troubles are forgotten

17. the /. shall not !« rememb. nor come to mind Jer. 5. 24. the I ord our Gml that giveth the /. and

latter rain in his season, llos. 6. 3. Joel2. 23. 10. 16. for he is the r'. of all things, 51. 19. 34. 5. the/, kings wluch were before thee .36. 28. write in it all the/, words in the first ro.l Ezek. 16. 55. thy daughter shall return to/, estate Di.n. 11. 13. set forth a multitude greater than the/.

29. but it shall not be as the/, or as the latter Hag. 2. 9- the glory be sn eater than of the /. house Zech. 1.4. the/, prophets have cried, 7- 7, 12. 8. 11. I will not be to this people as in/, days 14. 8. wafers go half of them toward the /. sea Mai. .3. 4. shallbe pleasant to the Lord as in/, years .lets 1. 1, the/, treatise have 1 made, O 1 heophilus /■•>//. 4. 22. put off concerning the/, conversation 1 Pet. 1. 14. not accord ins; to the/, lusts in ii'iiorance liev. 21.4. for the/, thinas are passed away

FOR.MKTII. Amos 4. 1.3. tor, lo, he that/, the mountains Zech, 12. 1. and /. the spirit of man w ithiu him

FORNICATION. This word is taken (1) lor the sin of impurity committed between unmarried per-imis. 1 Cor. 7. 2. lo avoid fornication, let every man have his own wife, and let every woman have her own husband. (2) tor the sin of adultery, when ine or btth persi>ns are marrted. Mat. ,5. .32. ^VIlosoever putteth away his wife, saving for the cause of tornication, causeth her to commit adultery. (3) For the sin rf incest, 1 Cor. 5. 1. bticb tornication as is not so much as

FOR

naiTied among the Gentiles, ^"c. (4) For the «« of idolatry, which is injidelily to, and forsaking of, the true God for false gods, 2 Chron. 21. 11. .lehoram made high places in the nK.untains of .ludah, and caused the inhabitants of .lerusalem to commit fornication, hev. 19. 2. lie hath judged the great whore, which did conupt. the earth with her fornication.

2 C'/ir. 21.11. high places, caused lerus. commit/.

Isa. 23. 17. I y re shall commit/, with kingil. of world

Ezek. 16. 29. thou hast multiplied thy/." in Canaan

Mat. 5. .32. saving for the cause of/. 19. 9.

John 8. 41. then said they, we be not lorn of/.

Acts 15. 20. that the^' ahs"tain from /. 29. 1 21. 25.

Kom. 1. 29. I)eing hlled with all/, full of euvy

1 Cor. 5. 1. that there is/, among you, and such/. 6. 13. the botly is not tor/, but for the Lord

18. flee/, li 7. 2. nevertheless, to avoid /.

2 Cor. 12. 21 . and have not repented of their/. Gal. 5. 19. the works of the flesh, which are these,/. Eph. 5. 3. /. let it not be once named among you Col. 3. 5. mortify therefore/, uncleanness

1 Thess. 4. 3. will of G. thatye should abstain from/. Jude 7. Sodom and cities giving themseh . oi er to^'. Uev. 2.21. 1 gave her space to repent of lier/. 9. 21. neither repented they of their/, nor thefts

14. 8. drink of the wine of the wrath of her f.

17. 2. have been made drunk with wineof (ler/. 4. a "olden cup full of the filthiness of her/.

t 5. Babylon tlie great, mother of /. and abomi- nations

18. 3. all nations drunk with wineof wrath other/.

19. 2. which did corrupt the earth with her/.

FOR.MCAl IONS.

Ezek. 16.15. thou pouredst out thy /. on every one

Mat. 15. 19. out of heart proceed/, thefts, Mark'i.'il.

See Commit, Co.mmitt£U.

FORMCAIOR.

1 Cor. 5. 11. if any that is called a brother be a/.

Ueb. 12. 16. lest there be any /. or protane persoo

FOKMCAltlRS.

1 Cor. 5. 9. T wrote to you not to company with/. 10. yet not altogether w ith the /. of this world

6. 9. nor shall/, inherit the kingdom of God

FORSAKE. Deut. 31 . 16. this peoi)le will/, me and break co\\*eii.

17. in that day 1 w ill/, them and hide my fac« Josh. 24. 16. God forhidwe should /. the Lord 20. if ye/, the lord and serve strange gods Judg. 9. 11 . should I /. my sweetness and my fruit '

2 KingsCl. 14. I will t'. remnant of my inheritance

1 C/ir

2 Chron. 7. 19. if ye turn away, and /. my statutes

15. 2. but if ye/, him, he will/, you

Ezra 8. 22. his wrath is against them that/, him Psal.<^. 10. when my father and mother/, me .37. 8. cease from anser and /. wrath, fret not 89. 3(1. it his children/, my law and walk not 94. 14. neither will he/, his inheritance 119. 53. horror taken holil, because wicked /. law Prov. 3. 3. let not mercy and truth/, thee, bind them

9. 6./. the foolish, and live, go in way of undcrst.

28. 4. they that/, the law, praise the wicked Isa. 1. 28. thev that/, the Lord shall be consumed

55. 7. let wicked/, his way. uuright. his thoughts

65. 11. ye are they that/. L. forget my holy mount. Jer. 17. 13. all that/, the Lord shall be ashamed

23. .T3. 1 will even/, you. saith the Lord, .39.

51. 9. .f. her, and let us go every one to his country I Mm. 5. 20. w herefore dost thou /. us so long time : Van. 11. 30. with them that/, the holy covenant Jonah 2. 8. observe lying vanities,/, theirown mercy Acts 21. 21. thou teachest the .lews to/. Moses

FOR.sAKEno/. Veut. 12. 19. take heed that thou/, not the T.evite Job 20. 13. though he spare w ickedness and/, it twl Psal. 38. 21./. me not, O Lord my God, 71. 9, 18.

119.8. J wilfkeepthy statutes, O/. menoi utterly

1.38. 8./. not the works of thine own hands Prov. 1. 8. and /. ruit the law of thy motlier, 6. 00.

4. 2. I give you gofwl doctrine,/, ye not my law 6./. her not and she shall preserve thee

27. 10. thine o\\^n friend and father's friend/, tiot

Not FORSAKE. Veut. 4. 31 . he will notf. thee, 31 . 6, 8. 1 Chr. 28. 20.

14. 27. and the Levite, thou shalt TU't f. him Josh. 1. 5. I will not fail nor/, thee, tjeb. 13. 5. 1 fiam. 12. 22. L. will notf. his [leoplc, 1 Kings 6. 13.

1 Kings 8. 5'7. let him not leave us, nor/, us Neh. 9. 31. thou didst not consume, nor"/, them

10. .39. we will 7u>t f. the house of our God Psal. 27. 9. neither f. me, O God of my salvafi' _ Isa. 41. 17. I, the God of Israel, will not f. then,

42. 16. these things will I do, and »io//. them Ezek. 20. 8. nor did they /. the idols ot Egypt FORsAKKN.

2 Chr. 21. 10. because he had/, the L. 24. 24. 1 28. & Neh. 13. 11. I said, why is the house of God /. ? H Job 18. 4. shall the earth be/, for thee ' i Psal. 37. 25. yet have 1 not seen the riahteous/. I Isa. 7. 16. the land shall be/, of both her kinsrs

17. 2. the cities of Aroer are /. shall be for flocks 9. shall be as a/, bough, and an uppermost branch 27. 10. and the habitation shall be/, ami left .32. 14. because the palaces shall be/, city left 54. 6. the Lord hath called thee as a woman/. 62. 4. thou shalt no more be termed/.

Jer. 4. 29. every city shal 1 be/, no man d well there! 18. 14. shall cold waters from another place be/.

Ezek. ^^6. 4. thus saith the Lord to the cities/.

Amosb. 2. the virgin of Israel is/, on her lan

jiefh.2.4. forGazashallbe/. and AshkelondesoIaW IJave, hast, hath FORSAKEN.

Deiit. 28. 20. thy doings, whereby thou hast f. ITM

29. 25. because they have f. the Lord, Judg. 10. 10. Judg. 6. 13. but now the Lord hath f. us '1

10. 13. yet ye have f. me, and served other go

12. 10. we have sinned, because we haie f. the L. 1 Kings 11. 33. because that they have f. me

18. 18. ye have f. the commandments of the Lord'

19. 10. for Israel kavef. tliy covenant, 14.

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C fiinffsQ^. 17. because the V /mrr f. me anil burnt

intense to u

C Chi on. I','. J. >e haiif. me, ami 1 have left >ou

1:). 11. ue keeiJcharj;eotthe L. butye liavef. him

'J4. i-'O. hecaiise.ve have J. tlie Lord, he /(fl///y. 30U

Q9. 0. tor t'alherb ha\\e dune evil, and //a;i,' /. hiin

h:ra y. 10. fur we hav,: J. thy cominandiiuiils

J

J^ja/. '."-'. 1. niv God, no" t-od, why /lust llio.i /'.

mer jJri!. 'J?. 40. .!/«;/(■ l;'). .i").

71. 11. thev take counsel, savins', doil Jiath jA\\\\:u

J..M. 1.4.tliev/,«!tv.the L. an",l i)rovoked lloK One

54.7. torasuiall moment /ur.e 1 J. thee, /,.«. 4'.». 14.

Jer. 1. 10. have I. me, hurnt mcense to other :;ods

2. 13. thev have' I. me the tountam ot living' watei .,

17. in that thou ha

ly. thou Shalt answer, like as ve have J. me 9. 13. tiie L

ly. are cont'ounilel, because ye Itif.e J. the Lm 1 VI. 7. 1 have J. my house, I have lett my lientage 35. 0. thou lia.

2y. everv one that lath f. houses or hietlireii 2 Tim. 4. 10. \\)iitunshathf. me, havini; loved Nujrid 2 i'et. 2. 15. which /ii/!V^. tlie ri;;lit way, L.'one astray

\\ot lOHs.AM.N. e Chron. 13. 10. but as tor us, the Lord isour tlod, we have nut f. him. priests minister to the Loio £r:ia y. y. \\ et God hath nrc f. 113 in our hond.ii^e >'.«/. y. 10. thou hast )ii-tf. them that seek thee ha. 02. 12. shall be called, sou- lit out, acit. ii,>t f. Jer. 51. 5. Isr. hath ?je/ heeii.f. nor .Indali othis Cod 2 C'er. 4. y. we are peisecuted, but nut J. cast ilouii

I UI;>,\\KL1 II. Jvh 6. 1 1. but he K the lear .it the .Almiuhty J'sat. 37. 2H. for the Lord t. not his saints 40. 1 12. more than my hairs, theiefore heart/, me I'lov. 2. 17. from her who_/'. the imiiie of her \\outh 15. 10. correction grievous to him that f'. the way 28. 13. whoso contesseth and /. si. all h.tve mercy jMke 14. 33. whoso t. not all that he hath cannot

1"()KS.\\KIN(,. /.vr. 6. 12. until there be a -reat f. in the land Jleli. 10. 25. not;, the assenib. ot'ouiselves together

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J'>ent. .32. 15. tlien he f. God that made him Jjiihi.^Z. 12. and thevV. the Lord Cod, 13. I 10. 6. 1 ■S(M.31.7. thev;. tlieir cities and fled, 1 (A;. 10. 7.

1 A;;;//. 0. o. becaus.' thev /, the Lord their (lod 12. a. but Kehoboam t. the counsel of old men, and

consulted with voun^ men, 13. 2 Chr. Id. )(, 13.

2 A;»//.> 21. 22. .Anion f. tiie Cod of his fathers '2thri'N.-. 22. thev I. the God of their fathers

12. 1. Kehoboam;. law of the Lord and Israel

with him P.utl. 78. I'it1. he/, the tabernacle of Shiloh lly. H'. connmied me, but 1 ./. not thy precepts J'a. ,%. 2. that /'. not the ordinaiu e of ( ioil Jer.lt.iy. the hind caked m the lield and/, it Mat. 20. ,50. disciples I. him and lied, Mark It. 5). Mark 1. Hi. thev I. their nets .ind followed him J.vke 5. 11. they;, all and billowed him ■2 'J'lni.-i. 10. none stood with me, all men f. me Jieh. 11. 27. by faitli Moses t. Lnviit, f.ir