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    LETTER - "I"

    "I" is referred

    (I) To God, to set forth,

    [1] The dignity of his person, Psal. 81. 10. Isa. 45. 5, 6.

    [2] His great power and might. Gen. 17. 1.

    [3] It is eternal and unchangeable being in himself, Eze 3:14.

    [4] "The certainty of his promises and threatenings, Exod 6:2. Num. 14:35.

    (II) To the Sort of God.

    [1] I Wore his manifestation in the flesh. Cant. 2:1.

    [2] When manifested, Mark 14:62. Luke 24:39.

    (III) To the Holy Ghost, Acts 10:20.

    (IV) To the church. Cant. 2:16, 6:3.

    (V) To the good angels, Luke 1:19, 2:10, Rev. 22:9

    (VI) To evil angels, 1 Kings 22:21-22.

    (VII) To men and women, denoting,

    [1] Their pride, Isa. 47. 8, 10. [2] 'J'he certainty of what IS spoken. Gal. 5. 2. Philem. 19. [3] The readiness of the speaker to perform his duty, or that IS enjoined him, John 3:8. Mat. 21:30.

    (VIII) To the creatures, Num 22:30. Judg 9:9, 11, 13.

    Gen 6:17. behold I, even I, do bring a flood on earth

    Gen 9:9. 7, behold I, establish my covenant with you

    Gen 34:30. Ishall be destroyed, I and my house

    Gen 37. 10. shall I, thy moth, and brethr. come to bow ?

    Gen .30. the child is not, and I, whither shall I go ?

    Gen 39. 9. there is none greater in this house than I

    J'rod. 3. 11. who am I, that I should go to Pharaoh ' 9. 27- L. is righteous, I and my people are wicked 14. 17. and I, behold I, will harden the hearts

    18. 6. I thy father-in-law .lethro am come to thee 31. 6. I, behold 7, have given with him Aholiab

    I^v. 26.28. 7, even 7, will chastise you for your sins Akot. 3. 12. 7, behold 7, have taken the Lev. 18. 6. VtKt. 7. 17 • nations Hx>re than /, how can I disposs.

    bent. .12. 39.7,even 7, am he, there isnoG.wifhme Josh. 14.7.forty years old was 7 when Moses sent me Judg. 5.3. 7,even 7, will sing to the lx)rd God of Isr. 7. till 71)eborah arose, that 7arose mother in Isr. 7. 18. when 7 blow, 7 and all that are with me

    11. .37. may bewad my virginity, 7and my fellows

    12. 2. 7 and my people were at strife with Amnion 2i). 4. 7 came to (iibeah, 7 and my concubine

    1 Sam.2i. 17. he said ,thou art more righteous than 7

    2 Sam. 3. 28. 7and my kingd. are guiltless before L. 13. 13. 7, whither shall 7 cause niy shame to go .'

    1 Kings 1.21. 7and son Solom. be counted offenders 18.22. 7, even 7, only remain a prophet, 19.10,14.

    1 Chr. 29. 14. who am 7, what my peop. 2 C'Ar. 2. 6.

    2 Chr. 32. 13. what 7and fathers nave done to peo. Ezra"!. 21. 7, even I Artaxerxes, make a decree Keh. 5. 15. but so did not 7, because of fear of G. Esth.i. 16. 7 also and my maidens will fast likewise Job 1. 15. 7 only am escaped to tell thee, 16, 17, 19.

    15. 6. thy own mouth condemneth thee, and not 7 .31. 33. whether thou refuse or choose, and not 7

    Ps. 61. 2. lead me tothe rock that is higher than I 142. 6. persecutoi-s, for they are stronger than I

    Eccl. 2. 25. who can hasten hereunto more than I?

    Cant.Q.l. 7am the rose of Sharon, andlily of vail.

    6. 3. 7 am my beloved's, 7. 10. 1| 8. 10. 7ain a wal I 7.ta. 8. 18. 7and child. L. hath given me, Heb. 2. 13.

    41. 4. 7the I.ord the first, 1 am he, 4.3. 11,25.

    10. 7 am with thee, for 7 am thy (jod, 43. 5.

    44. 6. 7am the first, 7am the last, 48.a2. TVer. 1. 17.

    7. who as 7 shall call, and shall declare it.'

    45. 12. 7, even my hands have stretched out heav. 40. 4. even to your old age 7 am he, I have made 9. 7am God, and there is none else, 7 am God

    48. 1.5. 7, even 7 have spoken, 7 have called him 16. from time that it was, there am 7, Mat. 18. SO.

    49. 5. yet shall 7 be glorious in the eyes of the L. 51. 12. 7, even 7 am he, 52. 6. II 52. 6. behold, it is I 65. 5. stand by thyself, for 7 am holier than thou

    Jer. 20. 7- 7 was deceived, thou art stronger than 7

    23. .39. behold 7, even 7, will utterly forget you Ezek. 5. 8. behold 7, even 7, am against thee

    6. 3. behold 7, even 7, will bring a sword upon you

    34.11. beh. 7, even 7, will search sheep and seek 20. 7, even 7, will judge between fat catt. and lean

    44. 28. 1 am their inherit. 7 am their possession Dan, 8. 15. when 7, even 7Dan. had seen the vision Hos. 5. 14. 7, even I, will tear, 7 will take away Hag. 1.13. Hag"ai spoke, 7am with you, saith Lord Zech. 1, 15. for 7was but little displeased, they help Mai. 1. 1.3. should 7accept of your hands ' saith Ld. iVn/..3. 11. after me is mightier than 7, Markl. 7.

    14. 27 . it is 7, be not afraid , Mark 6. 50. John 6. 20.

    16. 1.3.»honi do men say that 7 the Son of man am ?

    18. 20. two or three, there am 7 in midst of them

    24. 5. many shall come in name, saying, 7 am Chr.

    26. 22. every one began to sav. Lord, is it I? Mark 14. 29. tho' all sliall be olfended.yet will not 7 Luke 2. 48. thy father and 7 soughtthee sorrowing

    11.19. if 7by Beelzeb. cast out devils, by whom do 20. if 7 with the finger of God cast out devils

    21.8. shall come in my name, saying, 7am Christ 22. 27. but 7 am among you as he that servetli

    24. .39. that it is 7 myself, handle me and see John 1. 20. he confessed, 7 am not the Christ, 3. 28.

    33. 7knew him not 1| 4. 26. 7 that speak am he 8. 16. 7am not alone, but /and Fatn. that sent me 2.3. /am from above, 7am notof this world 28. shall know that /am he, /do nothing of myself 58. .lesus said, verily, before Abraham was, /am

    10. .30. /and my Father are one

    .38. the Father in me, and 7 in him, 17. 21. 1 15. 5. 12. 32. and 7, if 7 be lifted up, will draw all men to 13. 14. if 7 then your Ld. and Master have washed

    14.20. /in m^ Vath.ll 15. 4. abide in me, /in you 28. /go to Bath, for my Father is greater than /

    17. 23. 7 in them, 26. || 25. but 7 have known thee

    18. 35. Pilate answered, am 7 a .lew?

    Jctsil. 17. what was 7,that /could withstand God.' 22. 28. 7 obtained this freedom ; 7 was'ffee born Rom. 7.17. it is no more 7, bnt sin dwell, in me, 20.

    1 Cor. 1. 12. 7 am of Paul, /of Apollos, /of Chr.3.4. 2. 1. and /brethren when /came to you declaring 3. 1 . and /, brethr. could not speak to you as to sp.

    7. 7. /would that all men were even as / myself

    8. if thev abide even as /l| 10. yet not /, but Lord 9. 6. or / only and Barnabas, have not we power

    26. /therefore so run, so fight 7, not as one that

    11. 1. be yc followers of me, even as 7am of Christ 15. 10. by the grace of G. 7 am what /am, yet not/

    11. whether it were /or they, so we preached 16. 10. for he worketh the work of Christ, even as /

    2 Cor. 11. 22. are they Hebrews ? so am /

    23. / am more II 29. who is offended, / bum not ? Gal. 2. 19. /thro' the law am dead to the law, that /

    20. / live, yet not /, but Christ liveth in me 4. 12. brethren be as 7am, for /am as ye are

    5. 11. /, brethren, if /yet preach circumcision

    6. 14. that / should glory in cross, and I to world Eph. 1.15. /also, after /heard of your faith in Jesus

    4. 1. /therefore, prisoner of the Lord, beseechyou

    1 Pet. 1. 16. it is written, be ye holy, for / am holy

    2 John 1. whom / love in the truth, and not / only in Rev. 1.8. /am Alpha and Omega, bginu. and end

    3. 19. as many as /love, 7 rebuke and chasten

    21. as /also overcame || 21. 2. /.Iohnsaw.22. 8. 22. 9. see thou do it not, / am th v fellow servant

    16. / .lesus have sent my angel to testify these

    things, / am the root and offspring ot David

    JACINlH.

    Kev. 0. 17. having breast-plates of fire, j'.and brimst.

    21. 20. the eleventh foundation of the city was a j.

    .1 A I LEU. Acts 16. 23. charging the 1'. to keep them safely

    JANGLING. 1 Tim. 1. 6. having swerved, turned aside to vain/.

    .JASPER. Exod. 28. 20. the fourth row an onyx and nj. .39. 13. Ezek. 28. 13. topaz, thediamond andj. thv covering Pev. 4. 3. he that sat, was to look upon like aj. 21. 11. her light was like to nj. stone, clear as 18. building of tlie wall of city was of y.

    100

    Rev. 21. 19. with prec. stones, the first found, wasi

    .JAVELIN. Kum. 25. 7. and Phinehas took a j. in his hand 1 Sam. 18. 10. there was a/, in Saul's hand, 19. 9. 11. Saul castthe/. for he said, 1 will smite Uav.

    19. 10. he smote the/, into the wall, David fled

    .lAW. Judg. 15. 19. but God clave an hollow place in the ;. Job 41. 2. canst thou bore his j. thro' with a thoih .

    JAW-BONE. Judg. 15. 15. Samson found a new J. -bone of an ass 15. 16. with the j.-Aon« of an ass have 1 slain 17. he cast away the j.-bone out of his hand JAWS. Job 29. 17. and I brake the /. of the wicked Psal. ^. 15. and my tongue cleaveth to my /. Isa. .30. 28. there shall be a bridle in j. of the [jconlc Hos. 11. 4. as tliey that take off the yoke on their j .

    JAW-TEETH.

    Prov. 30. 14. and their j. -teeth as knives to devour

    ICE, SeeYCE.

    IDLE

    Signifies [11 One who is slothful or lazy, Exod. 5.

    8. 17. [2] One that would work, but is not em- ployed or hired. Mat. 20. 3, 0. [.3] Unprofitable, not tending to edification, Mat. 12. 36.

    Exod. 5. 8. for they be 1. tlierefore they cry

    17. but he said, ye are 1. ye are 1. ye say, let us go Prov. 19. 15. and an «. soul shall suffer hunger Mfit. 12. .36. that every 1. word men shall speak

    20. 3. he saw others standing ». in market-place, 6. Luke 24. 11. and their words seemed as i. tales 1 Tim. 5. 13. withal thev learn to be ». and not only «.

    IDLENESS. Prov. 31 . 27. she eateth not tlie bread of i . Eccl. 10. 18. through i. the house droppeth through Ezek. 16. 49. and abundance of 1. was in her

    IDOLATER. 1 Cor. 5. 11. if any called a brother be an i. not to eat Eph. 5. 5. who is an 1. hath any inheritance in kingd.

    IDOLATERS. 1 Cor. 5. 10. yet not altogeth. with the covetous or 1. 6. 9. I. shall not inherit the kingdom of God 10. 7- neither be ye i. as were some of them l!ev. 21. 8. but «'. shall have their part in the lake 22. 15. without are murderers and I'.and all liars

    IDOLATRY

    Signifies, [11 The superstitious worship which ii

    given to idols or false gods. Acts 17. 16. 1 Cor.

    10. 7. [2] 1'he making of any image or likeness of God or any creature for a religious end, Deut.

    5. 8. Gal. 5. 20. [3] All human inventions thrust into the worship of God, Deut. 12. 32. [4] 2'Ae setting of the heart inordinately upon any creature, Phil. 3. 19. [5] An inordinate love to, and distrustful care for, the things of the world. Col. .3. 5.

    1 Sam. 15. 23. stuhbomness is as iniquity and 1. Acts 17. 16. when he saw the city wholly given to 1. 1 Cor. 10. 14. my dearly beloved, flee from i. CSal. 5. 20. the works ot the flesh are i. witchcraft Col. 3. 5. mortify covetousness, which is 1. IDOLAIRIES.

    1 Pet. 4. 3. when he walked in abominable i.

    IDOLATROUS.

    2 Kings 23. 5. Josiab put down the i. priests

    IDOL. Zech. 11. 17. woe to the «. shepherd that leaTethllocL

    IDOL

    Signifies, [11 An image or statue representing some

    false deity, 2 Cor. 6. 16. [21 Any thing too much

    and sinfully indulged, 1 John 5. 21. [31 Devils,

    Isa. 19. 3. 1 Cor. 10. 21.

    1 Kings 15. 13. she made an i. in prove, 2 Chr. 15. 16.

    2 Chrnn. .33. 7. heset the i. in the house of God 15. he took the i. out of the house of the 1 ord

    7.fn.48. 5. lestthoushouldst say, my 1. hath done 66. 3. he that burneth incense as if he blessed an f.

    .Jer. 22. 28. is this man Coniah a despised broken 1.

    Arts7. 41.madeacalf andoftVred sacrifice tothe »'.

    1 Cor. 8. 4. wc know an i. is nothing in world, 10. 19.

    7. some with conscience of the i. to this hour eat it

    IDOLS.

    Lev. 19. 4. turn ye not unto «. || 26. 1. shall make no i. 26. .30. will cast your carcases on carcases of your i.

    Deut. 29. 17. ye have seen their i. wood and stone

    1 Sam. 31. 9. to publish it in the house of their «".

    1 Kings 15. 12. Asa removed the ('. his father made 21. 26. Ahabdid very abominable in following «.

    2 Kings 17. 12. for they served i. 2 Chron. 24. 18. 21. 11. Manasseh hath made Judah to sin with his 1.

    21. Amon served the i. that his father served 2.3. 24. the »'. that were spied in the land of Judah

    1 Chron. 10. 9. to carry tidings to their i. and people 16. 26. for all the gods of the people arc 1.

    2 CAr. 15.8. Asa putawav abominable <. out of Jnd. .34. 7. Josiah cut down all the 1. in the land of Isr.

    Psal. 96. 5. for all the gods of the nations iirc «.

    97. 7. confounded, they that boast themselves of 1.

    106. 36. they serv. their 1. that were snare to them ,38. whom they sacrificed to the «. of Canaan

    115. 4^fheir 1. are silver and gold, 1.35. 15. Isa. 2. 8. their land is full of 1. worship work of ha.

    18. and the 1". he shall utterly abolish

    20. shall cast away his •'. of silverand gold, 31. 7. 10. 10. as my hand hath found kingdoms of the «'.

    11. to Samaria and her I. so do to Jems, and her i. 19. 1. i. of Egypt shall be moved at his presence

    3. they shall seek to the i. and to the charmers

    45. 16. the makers of «. shall go to confusion

    46. 1. their i. were on the beasts and on the cattle 57. 5. inflaming yourseWcs with 1". under green tree

    Jer. 50. 2. her i. are confounded, her images broken

    38. land of images, and tliey are mad upon their »'.

    Ezek. 6. 4. cast your slain men before your ». 5, 13.

    6. alt. laid waste, your 1. may be broken and cease

    9. with their eyes which go a whoring after their r. 13. wJiere they did offer sweet savour to all th. i.

    8. 10. 1 saw all the 1. of Israel pourtrayed on wall 14. 3. these men set up their i. in their heart, 4.7,

    5. they are estranged from me through their :'.

    6. repent, and turn yourselves from your 1,

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    £ui. 16. 36. and with all the i. of thy abominations

    18. 6. nor hath lift up his eyes to the ». of Israel, 15.

    12. oppressed the poor, hath lift up his eyes to t.

    20. 7. defile not yourselves with the ». of Egypt, 18.

    8. nor did tliey forsake the i. of I'.gy pt, I will pour

    . 16. polluted my sabb. for their heart went after ».

    24. polluted sabb. their eyes went after father's i. 31. ye pollute yourselves with all your ». even

    unto this day, 22. 4. 1 23. 7, 30, 37- 39. but pollute ye my holy name no more with »'. 22. 3. the city maketh «'. against herself to defile 23. 39. when they had slain their children to their >. 49. and ye shall bear tlie sins of your «'. I am L. ."^O. 13. 1 will destroy >'. and will cause theirima^ts 33. 25. and ye lift up your eyes towards your i. 36. ,18. tor their i. wherewith they polluted it

    25. from all your i. will I cleanse you, 37. 23.

    44. 10. which went astray from me after their i. 12. because tliey minister, to them before their i.

    Jios. 4. 17. Ephraim b ioined to i. let him alone 8. 4. of their silv. and gold have they made them i.

    13. 2. have made i. according to their understand.

    14. 8. what liave I to do any more with «'.

    Jl/if. 1. 7. and all the «". thereof will 1 lay desolate Hab. 2. 18. maker trustetli therein to make dumb i. Zep/i. 1. + 3. I will consume i. with the wicked ZecA. 10. 2. for the i. have spoken vanity, and divin.

    13. 2. I will cut off names of the i. out of the land Acts 15. 20. they abstain from pollutions of «. 29. abstain from meats offered to «. 21. 25.

    17. t 16. when he saw the city full of «. Mom. 2. 22. thou that abhorrest i. dost thou commit

    1 Cor. 8. 1. as touching things offered to i. 4, 10.

    1 10. 19, 28. Rev. 2. 14. 20. 12. 2. were Gentiles carried away to tliese dumb «'.

    2 Cor, 6. 16. whatagreement temple of God with i.? 1 T/ieis. 1. 9. how ye turned to God from i.

    1 Jo/m 5. 21. children keep yourselves from i. Men. y. 20. not worship devils and i. of gold and sil.

    .lEAI.OUS. £xod. 20. 5. for I the Lord thy God am aj. God, 34. 14. Vevt. 4. 24. 1 5. 9. I 6. 15. Josh. 24. 19. Nfim. 5. 14. and he be j. of his wife, 14, + 30.

    1 Kiiiff! 19. 10. 1 have been J. for the !>. of hosts, 14. Szei. 39. 25. and will be j. for my holy name Joel'i. 18. then will the lord be j. for his land Nah. 1; 2. God isj. and the Lord revengeth Zech. 1. 14. 1 am j. for Jerus. Il 8. 2. wasj. for Zion

    2 Cor. 11. 2. for I am )'. over you with godly jealousy

    .1EALOUSY Signifies, [1] Stispicion between married persons of their fidelity one to another, Mum. 5. 14. [2] An earnest desire and concern for the velfare of others, joined Kith some degree of fear of them, 2 Cor. 11. 2. [3] The hot displeasure and indig- nation of God, Psal. 79. 5. 1 Cor. 10. 22. I^um. 5. 14. the spirit ot\\\\\\\\7. come upon him, 14, + .3n. 15. for it is an offering of j. andof memorial, 18. 25. then priest shall take 7. oflfering from woman 25. 11. that 1 consumed not Israel in my j. Dent. 29. 20. his j. shall smoke against that man 32. 16. they provoked him to j. 1 Kings 14. 22. 21. have moved me to j. I will move them to^'. Psal. 78. 58. they moved him to jr. with ima;.'ps 79. 5. how long, Ixjrd, shall thy j. burn like fire ? J'rov. 6. 34. for ;'. is the rage of man, he will not spare 27. t 4. but who is ableto stand before i. ? Cant. 8.6. j. h cruel as the grave, the coals thereof are Jsa. 42. 1.3. he shall stir up J. like a man of war Ezek. 8. 3. where was the seat of the image of 7. ? 5. behold at gate of altar this image of 7. in entry 16. .38. and I will give thee blood in fury and j. 42. iTiy j. shall depart from thee and wifl be quiet 23. 25. I will set my j. ag~ainst thee, they shall deal 36. 5. in the fire oi j. have 1 spoken, 6. 1 .38. 19. Zeph. 1.18. whose land devoured by fire of hisj. 3. 8. Zech. 1. 14. I am jealous for Zion with great j. 8. 2. Mom.\\\\\\\\0. 19. Moses saith, will provoke you to j.

    11. 11. salvation to Gentiles, to provoke them toj.

    1 Cor. 10. 22._ do we provoke the Lord to j. ?

    2 Cor. 11. 2. for I am jealous over you with godly i.

    JEALOUSIES. I^um. 5. 29. this is law of 7. when a wife gocth aside

    JEOPARDED. Jtidg. 5. 18. were people that ;". their lives unto death

    JEOPARDY. 2 Sam. 23. 17. went in.;, of their lives, 1 Chr. 11. 19. 1 Chr. 12. 19. he will fall to Saul, toJ. of our heads JLvieS. 23. ship wasfiUed with water, they wereiuj. 1 Cor. 15. 30. and why stand we in /. ever\\\\\\\' hour .'

    JESTING. £pfi. 5. 4. nor filthjness, nor i. not convenient

    JEWEL Signifies, [1] A precious and costly ornament, Gen.

    24. 53. [2] God's children, Mai. 3. 17. Prov. 11. 22. as aj. of gold in a swine's snout 20. 15. but the lips of knowledge are a preciousj. £zek. 16. 12. I putay. on thy forehead, and ear-rings

    JEWELS. Gen. 24. 53. the servant brought forth j. of silver i'jorf. 3. 22. shall borrow j. of gold, 11. 2. 1 12. 35. 35. 22. they brought all j. of gold. Num. 31. 50. INum. 31. 51. took the gold, even all wrought j.

    1 Sam. 6. 8. and put they, of gold in a coffer, 15.

    2 Chron. 20. 25. they four, riches and precious 7. 32. 27. made treasuries for all manner pleasant 7.

    Job 28. 17. the exchange of it shall not be for j. of Cant. 1. 10. thy cheeks are comely with rows of j. 7- 1. the joints of thy thighs are like 7. Jsa. 61. 10. as a bride adometh herself with her 7'. jL,zek. 16. 17. hast taken thy 7. of my gold and silver

    39. and they shall fake thy fair 7. 23. 26. IIos. 2. 13. she decked herself with ear-rings and7'. Mai. 3. 17. they shall be mine, when 1 make up myj.

    Signifies, [1] Surely, Hum. 14. + 23. [2] TVhether or no. Gen. 8. 8. [.3] When, Judg. 21. 21. John 12. m. It denotes, (1) A condition, Deut. 28. 15. Luke 9. 23. (2) A supposition, Rom. 4. 2. 1 Pet. 3. 17. C3) A reason of a matter, Eph.

    Gen, 25. 22. she said, if it be so, why am I thus .' W8

    ISL

    Gen. 31. 8. if he said thus || 34. 15. if ye be as we be 43. 11. t/it must be so now, take of the best fruits Josh. 14. 12. if so be the Ixjrd will be with me

    1 Sam. 14. y. if they say to us, tarry till we come 20. 7. if he say thus, it is well, 2 Sam. 15. 26.

    2 A'»n^j7. 4. »/wesay,i/wesithere; «/ they kill us

    10. 6. >/ ye be mine, 1/ ye will hearken tomy voice Job 9. 29. )/ 1 be wicked, 10. 15. || 24. 25. »/it be not so Psal. 7. 3. if 1 have done this, f/there be initjuity Jer. 27. 18. if they be prophets, f/the word of Lord

    51.8. take balm tor her pain, ifso be may be heal. Van. 3. 17. if it be so, our Ciod is able to deliver us

    4.27. «/itmay be a lengthening of thy tranauillity

    II 's. 8. 7- '/so be it yield, strangers shall swall. it up

    il/ar. 4. 3. »/thou be the Son of God, command that

    these stones be made bread, 27. 40. Lvke4. 3.

    14. 28. if it be thou, bid nie come to thee on water 27.43. let him deliver him, «/'he will have him

    liJari 1. 40. if thou wilt, thou canst make me clean

    11. .32. 1/ we shall say, of men, they feared people Luie 23. .35.. if he be Christ, 39. John 10. 24. Joh/i 1. 25. i/thou be not Elias, nor that prophet

    15. 18. iTthe world hate you, 1 John 3. 13. 19. 12. .lews cried out, i/thou let this man go

    Acts 5. 39. '/ it be of God ye cannot overthrow it 1 Cor. 15. 19. «/ in this life only we have hope in Chr. (ial. 4.7. if iL son, then an heir of God thro" Christ Phil. 2. 1. i/'any consolation,«/any comfort of love Jleb. 3. t li. if they shall enter into rest, 4. 3, 5. 1 John 2. 19. «/ they had been of us, they would

    IF TWt.

    Gen.lS.2l. if not I will know|124.49. «/n. tell me iliod. .32. 32. if 7wt, blot me, I prav, outof thy book Judg. 9. 15. if 71. let fire cpme out of the bramble, 20.

    1 Sam. 2. 16. and if 'tot, 1 will take it by force

    6. 9. if TWt, then we shall know it is not his hand

    2 Sam. 13. 26. if nut, I pray thee, let Amnon go 17. 6. shall we do after his say. ? if not spealtthou

    2 Kings 2. 10. but if not, it shall not be so Job 9. 24. if not, where, and who is he ? .33. 33. if 7tot, hearken unto me, hold thy peace Va7i. 3. 18. but if 7wt, be it known to thee, O king Zech. 11. 12. give me my price ; if 7wt, forbear l.uke 10. 6. but if not, it shall turn to you again 13. 9. if not, after that thou shalt cut it down See Were. IF Twai. Gen. 18. 3. if now I have found favour in thy sight 24. 42. O God, (/noaithoudo prosper my way 49. if Twzayou will deal kindly with me 33. 10. Jacob said, if 710:0 I have found grace in thy sight, 47. 29. Exod. 34. 9. Judg. 6. 17- IC'or. 4.7. ifn. thou didst receive it, why dost glory .'

    IGNOMINY. Prov. 18. 3. cometh contempt, and with 1. reproach

    IGNORANCE Signifies, [1] Want of the true knotcledge of God and of heavenly things, Eph. 4. 18. [2] Unbelief, tihich follows ignorance, 1 Pet. 1. 14. [.3j Error, impnide/ice, or surprise, Lev. 4. 2, 13. [4] Idola- try, Acts 17. 30. Lev. 4. 2. if a soul shall sin thro' ». against any cam- mandment, 5. 15. Num. 15. 24, 27, 28, 29. 13. the whole congregation of Israel smthro' 1. 22. when a ruler hath done somewhat through j. 27. if any of the common people sin through i. N7im. 15. 25. it shall be forgiven them, for it is 1. Acts 3. 17. 1 wot that tliro' 1. ye did if, as your rulers 17. 30. and the times of this i. God winked at Eph. 4. 18. being alienated thro' the i. that is in them 1 Pet. 1. 14. according to the former lusts in your i. 2. 15. tliat ye may put to silence ». of foolish men

    IGNORANT Signifies, [1] One tjiat uants understanding, Tsa. 56. 10. L2] One that is not iyi a capacity to knoTH one's condition, or deliver from troubles, Isa. 63. 16. [3] Without the hioaiedge of the true God, Acts 17. 23. [4] Owe sinning unwitti'igly, Tuit hioming that the Christian religion aas the true religion, 1 Tim. 1. 13. [5] U7te that has 7iot been trained up in schools of polite learning, 7ior altai/ied his knowledge by the ordi'iary Kay of learning it from men. Acts 4. 13. [6] U7te not rightly conceiving or appreliending, Rom. 10. 3. [7] Onetlatsinneth for want of the knowledge of his duly, and through inco7isideration, Heb. 5. 2. Psal. 73. 22. so foolish was I and «. I was as a beast Tsa. 56. 10. they are all i. they are all dumb do^s 63. 16. thou art our fathei , tho' Abraham be 1. ot us Acts 4. 13. and perceived that they were i. men Rom. 1. 13. now I would not have you i. brethren, 1 Cor. 10. 1. 1 12. 1. 2 Cor. 1. 8. 1 Thess. 4. 13. 10.3. they being*, of God's righteous, going about 11. 25. thatye should be ». of this mystery

    1 Cor. 14. .38. if any man be i. let him be «'.

    2 Cor. 2. 11. for we are not ». of Satan's devices Heb. 5. 2. who can have compassion on the i.

    2 Pet. 3. 5. for this they willingly are (. of

    8. but, beloved, be not i. of this one thing IGNORANTLY. Num. 15. 28. priests atone for the soul that sinneth «. Deut. 19.4. the case, whoso killeth his neighbour i. Acts 17.23. whom therefore ye i. worship 1 declare 1 2'im. 1. 13. had mercy, because I did it ». in unbel.

    ISLAND. Job 22. 30. he shall deliver the «. of the innocent Isa. 34. 14. shall meet with the wild beasts of the i. Acts 27. 16. and running under a certain i. Clauda

    26. howbeit, we must be cast on a certain i. 28. 1. they knew that the i. was called Melifa

    7. were possessions of the chief man of the i.

    y. others who had diseases in the ». were healed Rev. 6. 14. every i. was moved out of its place

    16. 20. every f.'fled away, mountains not found

    ISLANDS. ha. 11. 11. to receive his people from the i. of the sea 13. 22. wild beasts of the i. snail cry in their houses

    41. 1. keep silence before me, O 1. and let people

    42. 12. and declaie the Lord's praise in the i.

    15. I will make the rivers ('. and dry up the pools 59. 18. to the i. he will repay recompence Jsr. 50. 39. wild beasts of the ». shall dwell there

    IMA

    ISLE.

    Isa. 20. 6. the inhabitants of the i. say in that day 23. 2. be still, ye inhabitants of the «. 6. pass over to Tarshish, howl, inhabitants of 1.

    Acts 13. 6. they had gone through the ». to Paphos 28. 11. in a ship which had wintered in the 1.

    Rev. 1.9.1 John was in the ». that is called Patnios ISLES.

    Cen.l0.5.hy these were the i. of the Gentilesdivided

    Esth. 10. 1. Ahasiierus laid a tribute on the i.

    P.\\\\\\\\al. 72. 10. the kings of the «. shall bring presents 97. 1. let the multitude of the i. be glad thereof

    Isa. 24. 15. glorify ye the Lord in the i. of the sea 4' I. 15. he taketli up the i. as a very little thing 41.5. the i. saw it and feared, the ends of the earth 42. 4. and the 1. shall wait for his law

    10. the I. and the inhabit, thereof sing his praise 49. 1. listen, O i. unto me, and hearken ye people 51. 5. the «'. shall wait upon me and trust, 60. 9. 66. 19. the «. afar off that have not heard my fame

    Jer. 2. 10. for pass over the i. ofChitlim, and see

    25. 22. the kings of the i. shall drink after them 31. 10. hear and declare it in the ». afar off

    Ezek. 26. 15. shall not «'. shijke at sound of thy fall ?

    26. 18. the «. tremble, the 1. shall be troubled

    27. 3. who art a merchant of the people for many ».

    6. benches of ivory, brought out or ». of Chittiin

    7. blue and purple from tfie i. of Elisha

    15. many t. were the merchandise of thy hand

    35. inhabitants'ofthe/. shall be astonished at thee

    .39.6. among them that dwell carelessly in the i.

    Dan. 11. 18. after this he shall turn his face to the i.

    Zeph. 2. 11. all tlie i. of heathen shall worship him

    • ILL. Gen. 41. .3. kinecame up i.-favoured, 4, 19, 20, 21. 4.3. 6. why dealt ye so f . with me as to fell the man ? Deut. 15. 21. hath any «'. blemish thou slialt not ofier Job 20. 26. it shall go i. with him that is left Psal. 106. 32. it went i. with Moses for their sakes Isa. 3. 11. woe to the wicked, it shall be i. with him Jer. 40. 4. if it seem i. to thee to come with me Joe/2. 20. his stink and his i. savour shall come up Mic. 3. 4. they behaved themselves «'. in their doinjjs Rom. 13. 10. love worketh no i. to his neighbour

    1 LT, favouredness. Deut. 17. l.not sacrifice goat wherein i.-favoured'iess

    ILLU.MIMATLD. Heb. 10. 32. after ye were «'. ye endured a great fight

    IMAGE Signifies, [1] A representation or likeness of a per- son or thing, 1 Sam. 19. 13. Mat. 22. 20. [2] Any shape or picture representing God, or any creature, made for the sake of divine worship, Exod. SO. 4. [3] Gur resembla/ice of God /?» righteousness and holiness. Gen. 1. 26. [4] 07ir likeness to God in respect of donmiion and power, 1 Cor. 11.7. [5] An essential, substantial, real, and adequate resemblance of the person of another. Col. 1. 15. Heb. 1. 3. It is taken, [1] Essentially, as Christ is the i'nage of his Eather, Heb. 1. 3. [2] Accidentally, or respecting qualities, spiritual and heavenly. Gen. 1. 26, 27. [-3] Exislentially, for the substance of tlie things -iChereof they be images. 1 Cor. 15.49. Heb. 10. 1. t4] Mysti- cally. Rev. 13. 14, 15. I 14. 9, 11. [5] Repre- sentatively, 1 Cor. 11. 7. [6] Civilly, Mat. 22. 20. [7] Imaginarily , as in apparitions. Job 4. 16. 18] I iguratively , for the transitory felicity a7id glory of the wicked, Psal. 73. 20. [9J Idolatrous- ly,2 Kings 17.10, 16. Gen. 1. 26. let us make man in our i. 27. 1 9. 6. 5. 3. Adam begat a son in his own i. after his i. Lev. 26. 1. nor rear up a standing i. Deut. 16. 22.

    1 Sam. 19. 13. Michal took an i. and laid it in bed l(i. Iiehold there was an i. in the bed with pillow

    2 Kings 3. 2. for Jehoram put away the i. ot Baal 10. 27. they brake down the «. and house of Baal

    2 Chr. 33. 7. Manasseh set carved i.in the house of G. Job 4. 16. an «'. was before mine eyes was silence Psal. 39. + 6. surely every man walketh in an 1.

    73. 20. when thou awakest, shalt despise their i . Ezek. 8. 3. there was tlie seat of the «. of jealousy, 5. Da7i. 2. 31. behold, a ^rreat «. stood before tliee 35. stone that smote »'. becijme a great mountain

    3. 1. Nebuchadnezzar the king made an i. of gold 5. fall down and worship the golden i. 10, 15. Ilos. 3. 4. Isr. shall abide many days without an 1. Mat. 22. 20. whose is this i.?Mark 12. 16. luke 20.24. Acts\\\\\\\\9.35.of xhe i. which fell down from Jupiter Rom. 1.23. and changed the glory of G. into an 1.

    8. 29. to be conformed to the i. of his Son

    11.4. who have not bowed the knee to «'. of Baal ICor. 11.7. forasmuch as he is the i.and glory of G.

    15. 49. and as we'have borne the i. of the earthy 2 Cor. 3. 18. and changed into the same »'. from glory

    4.4. of Christ, who is the «. ofGotL Col. 1. 15. Col. 3. 10. after the «'. of him that created him tleb. 1. 3. by his Son, the express i. of his pei'soc

    10. 1. a shadow, not the very i. of the things Rer. 13. 14. that they should make an i . to the beast 15. had powerto give life unto the i. of the beast

    14.9. if any man worship the beast and his »".

    11. they have no rest, who worsh. beast and his i. 15. 2. that have gotten victory over beast and his »". 16.2. grievoussorefellon them that worshipped f. 19. 20. he deceived them that worshipped hist. 20. 4. who had not woi-shipped the beast nor his t.

    See Graven.

    lMAGE-»pr*.

    2 Chron. 3. 10. he made two cherubims of i.-worh

    Molten I.MAG E. Deut. 9. 12. they have made them ^molten i. .hidg. 17. 3. the silver for my son to make a molten i. Psal. 106. 19. madeacalf and worshipped molteti i. Jer. 10. 14. for his molten i. is falsehood, 51. 17, Uab. 2. 18. what profiteth the graven and molten i,

    IMAGES. Gen. 31. 19. Hachel had stolen her father's/. 31.

    .35. I.abaii searched but found not the i. Esod. 23. 24. thou shalt overthrow and quite bleak down their 1. 3t. 13. Deut. 7. 5. Num. .33. 52. Lei; 26. 30. 1 will cut down your i. aud <:^it carcasci

    IMP

    lSam,6.5. yeshall make «.of your cmerods and niict

    11. they "laid the i. of their emerods on the cait C iiam.5. 21. there tliey lett their i. Uavid burnt tliem

    1 Kings 14. 9. hast made molttn i. to provoke me 23. they also built them high places, »'. and groves

    C Kings 10. 26. they brought i. outot house of Baal

    11. 18. «. brake they in pieces, 18. 4. 1 23. 14. 17. 10. set up I. II 16. tiiey \\\\\\\\nade them molten »". 23. 24. Josiah put away 1. that were spied iu land

    2 CArc«. 14. 3. and Asa broke down the «'. 5.

    23. 17. .lehoidda brake i. ii 31. 1. liezekiah brake 1.

    28. 2. Ahaz made also molten i. for Baalim

    .33. 2*^. for Amon sacriliced to all the carved r".

    34. 3. .losiahcutdown the carved and molten 1. 4. lia. 17. 8. he shall not look to groves or i.

    27. 9. the groves and i. shall not stand up

    30. 22. ye shall lietile the ornaments of molten 1.

    41. 29. their molten i. are wind and confusion Jer. 43. 13. he shall break the 1. of Beth-sheiiiesh

    50. 2. idols confounded, her i. are broken in pieces

    Jizei.6A. altars desolate, and your i.shall be broken

    6. idols bi oken, and that your i. may be cut down

    7. 20. but they made the i. of tlieir abominations 10. 17. taken gold, and madest to thyself 1. of men 21. 21. the king of Babylon consulted with i.

    23. 14. the i. ot the Chaldeans pourtrayed

    30. 13. 1 will cause their i. to cease out of Noph lint. 10. 1. increas. altars, they have made goodly 1.

    2. shall break down their altars, spoil their r. 1.3. 2. they have made their molten i. of silver .^mos 5. 26. ye have borne the tabernacle of your f . Mic. 5. 13. thy graven and standing i. will 1 cut off

    IMAGERY. £xei:, 8. 12. every man in the chamber of his «.

    I.MAGINE. Jot 0. 26. do ye 1. to reprove words and speeches ? 21. 27. the devices ye wrongfully 1. agamst me Psai. 2. 1. why do the people «. a vain thmg .'

    38. 12. they seek my hurt and 1. deceits all day long 62. 3. how long will ye i. mischief against me r 140. 2. which I, miscti. in their heart, are for war

    Proi: 12. 20. deceit is in the heart of them that «. evil Hos. 7. 15. yet do they t. mischief against me JSa/i. I. 9. what do ye 1. against the Lord r Zec/i.T. 10. let none i. evifagainst neighbour, 8. I7. Ads 4. 2a. wny do the people i. vain things .'

    IMAOfNAnOM

    Signifies, [1] The first ideas, purposes, and motions

    of the soul. Gen. 6. 5. [2] Stubbornness, Deut,

    29. t 19. Jer. 27. 1 17- C3] Corrupt reasonings,

    2 Cor. 10. t 5. .

    Ge«.6. 5. every 1. of his heart was evil continually

    8. 21. the i. ot man's heart is evil from his youth Dnt, 29- 19- though 1 walk in the i, of mine heart

    31. 21. for I know their i. 1 Chro7i. 28. 9.

    1 Chri'n. 29. 18. keep this for ever in the ». of heart

    Jer. 23. 17. say to every one walketh aft. «'. of his h.

    Jjuie 1. 51. scattered the proud in 1. of their hearts

    liMAGINAllUNS.

    1 Chr. 28. 9. L. understands all the «. of thoughts Psal. 81. t 12. I gave them up to the hardness of «. Prot. 6. 18. an heart that devjseth wicked i. Lam. 3. 60. thou hast seen all their 1. against me

    61. thou hast heard all their 1. against me Rom, 1.21. but became vain in their f. heat t darken.

    2 Cor. 10. 5. casting down 1. that exalt, against God

    See Heart.

    IMAGINED.

    Gen. 11. 6. nothing restrained, which they have ».

    Ps. 10. 2. let them be taken in devices they have i.

    21. 11. intended evils, they i. mischievous device

    IMAGl.NETH. Ifah. 1. 11. there is one that 1. evil against the Lord

    IMMEDIATELY. • Mat. 4. 22. they i. left the ship and followed him 8. 3.1. his leprosy was cleans. Mark\\\\\\\\ .42. i«*e5.13. SO. 34. i. received sight, Mark 10. 52. Luke 18. 43. 26. 74. I. the cock crew, Luke 22.

    13. 13. «. she was made straight and glorified God 19. 11. that the kingdom of God should i. appear

    John 5. 9. and i. the man was made whole

    Acts 9. 34. Eneas arose 1. || 10. a3. I sent i. to thee

    12. 23. 1, the anuel ot the Lord smote him 16. 26. and i. all the

    Gal. 1. 16. r. I conferred not with tleshand blood Rev. 4. 2. and i. 1 was in the Spirit, and behold

    . . IMMORTAL

    Signifies, [1] One u)io is simply and every way tncorruptible, aithout possibility of perishing or dying, 1 lim. 1. 17. [2] That which being once dead shall rise again, never to die more, 1 Cor. 15. .53. [3] The consummate glory and eternal blessedness of the saints in heaven. Rom. 2. 7. 1 Tim. 1. 17. now to (he King eternal, i. invbible

    IMMORTALIIY. Rom. 2. 7. to theui who seek for «. eternal life 1 Cor. 15. 5.3. and this mortal must put on »'. 54. when this mortal shall have put on 1.

    1 Tim. 6. 16. w ho only hath i. dwelling in the light

    2 Tim. 1. 10. who broueht i. to light thro' the sosoel

    I.MMUIABLE. '

    Jleb. 6. 18. that by two 1. things, in which it was

    IM.MUrABlLlTY.

    Ileb. 6. 17. the 1". of his counsel, confirmed it

    by an oath

    IMPART.

    JUike 3.11. two coats, let him 1. tohim that hath none

    Mvm. 1.11. that 1 may 1. to you some spiritual gift

    iM Pari ED.

    Job .39. 17. nor hath he i. to her understanding 1 'i7iejj.2.8. we were willing to have i. our own souls

    IMPEDIMENT. Afar* 7. 32. they bring one tha't had 1. ia his speech

    IMl•E^'ITE^•T. i((>m.S.5.thou, after thy «. heart, treasurest up wrath

    INC

    rMPERIOU.S. Etet. 16. 30. tlie work of an i. whorish woman

    JMPL.4CABLE. Rom, 1.31. without natural affection, «. unmerciful

    l.MPLEAD. Acts 19. 38. the law is open, let them 1". one anotlier

    I.MPORIUMITY. Luke 11. 8. because of his «'. he will rise and givehim

    l.MPOSE. Ezra 7. 24. it shall not be lawful to «. toll upon them

    IMPOSED. Heb.9.10. stood only mcainal ordinances 1. on them

    I.MPOSSIBLE. Mat. 17. 20. and nothing shall be 1. unto you 19. 26. with men is «'. Mark 10. 27. Luke 18. 27." ' Luke 1. 37. for with God nothinir shall be 1. 18. C7. 17. 1. he said, it is «. but that offences will come Heb. 6.4. it is «. for those who were once enlightened 18. in which it was «'. for God to lie, we might have 11. 6. but without faith it is i. to please God IMPOTENT. John 5. 3. in these lay a great multitude of 1. folk Acts 4. 9. of the good deed done to the 7. man 14. 8. tliere sat a nian at Lystra i. in his feet IMPOVERISH. Jer, 5. 17. thev- shall i. thy fenced cities thou trust.

    IMPOVERISHED. Jiufg. 6. 6. Tsr. was greatly «. because of Midianites Psal. 106. 1 43. they were 1. for their iniquity Isa. 40. 20. he that is so 1. chooseth a tree will not rot Mai. 1.4. whereas Edom saith, we are i. but will ret.

    IMPRISONED. Acts 22. 19. they know that I 1. and beat them

    IMPRISONMENT. Ezra 7. 26. whether it be to death, banishment, or 1. Ueb. 11. 36. others had trial of mockings, bonds, 1.

    IMPRISONMENTS. 2 Cor. 6. 5. approving ourselves in stripes, in «'.

    I MTU DENT. Pros. 7. 13. and with an »'. face she said to him Ezek. 2, 4 for they are «. children, and stiff-hearted 3. 7. the house of Israel are i. and hard-hearted

    IMPUTE Signifies, [1] Free/y 10 account or ascribe to a person that which he himself hath not, or did not, Rom. 4. 22. [2] To lay to one's charge, Z Sam. 19. 19. [.3] To be held guilty, Jjew IT. 4. [4] To suspect, 1 Sam. 22. 15.

    1 Sam. 22. 15. let not king «". any thing to his servant

    2 .iam. 19. 19. let not my Lord «. iniquity to me Rom. 4. 8. blessed, to whom the Lord w ill not i. sin

    l.MPUTED. T^v. 7. 18. nor shall it be »'. to him that offereth it 17. 4. blood shall lie ». to that mau, he shed blood lii'jn. 4. 11. that riglitcousn. might be i. to them also 22. theietore it was 1. to him for righteousness, 23. Jam. 2. 23. Gal. 3. + 6. 24. for us also, to whom it shall be i.if we believe 5. 13. but sin is not 1. when there is no law

    IMPUTETH. P.

    IMPUTING. Hab. 1.11. he shall pass over, ». his power to his god 2 Cor. 5. 19. G. in Chr. not i. their trespasses to them

    IN Sisnifies, [1] By or through, .lohn 17. 10. Gal. 3. 8. [2] Vut of, Exod. 31. 4. [3] Hith, or together with. Mat. 16. 27. [4] As, Mat. 10. 41. [5] Prom, Col. 3. 16. [6] Before, .lohn 1. 1. [7] Upon, John 14. 1. [8] After, Maik 13. 24. com- pared with Mat. 24. 29. Gen. 7. 16. Noah in the ark, and the L. shut him in John 14. 10. that I am in tlie lather, 11, £0. See Him, We, Thee, Thdm, tfs, You. INASMUCH. Deut. 19. 6. f. as he hated him not in time past Ruth 3. 10. i. as thou foUowedst not young men Mat. 25. 40. i. as have done it to one of least of these 45. «'. as ye did it not to one of the least of these INCENSE Signifies, [1] A rich perfume used in sacrifices, Exod. 37. 29. [2] Tlie merits of Christ's death. Rev. 8. .3. Exod. 30.8. shall burn a perpetual i. before (he L. 9. ye shall oHer no strange 1. theieon, nor sacrifice 37. 29. he made tlie pure «'. of sweet spic es

    40. 5. shall set the altar of gold tor i. before the ark Lev. 10. I. each took his censer, and put «'. thereon

    16. 13. he shall put i. on the fire before the Lord

    A'kw. 7. 14. one spoon often shekels full of i. 86.

    16. 7- put »'. in them before the L. to morrow, 17.

    35. a tire consumed the 250 men that offered «.

    46. Moses said to Aaron, put on i. and go quickly

    47. he put on i. and made an atonem. tor people Deut. 33. 10. they shall puti. bcf. thee, and sairifi. 2 Chron. 30. 14. the altars of i. took they away

    .34. 25. forsaken me, and burned i. to other gods Psal. 66. 15. I will offer to thee the 1. of rams

    141.2. let my prayer be set forth before thee as i. Isa. 1 . 13. no oblations, i. is an abomination to me

    43. 23. 1 have not wearied tlieewith i.

    60. 6. shall bring gold and i. and shew forth praises (35. 3. sacrificeth and burneth «. on altars ot brick 66. 3. he that burneth t . as if he blessed an idol

    Jer. 6.20. why cometh there to me i. from Sheba ? 11 . 12. and cry to the gods to whom (hey offer i. 17. to provoke me to anger, in offering 1. to l

    INC

    Ej-orf.39.38. they brought the oil and sweet i. to Moses

    Lev. 16. 12. Aaron took a censer, hands full of re;, i.

    INCENSED.

    -^f?-il- ^l- ^^ ^^y ^^ ''^■"« '• ^- thee be ashamed

    45. 24. all that are 1. against him shall be ashamed

    INCFlANTER.

    Deut. 18. 10. there shall not be found an j. or a witch INCHANTEKS.

    Jer. 27. 9. therefore hearken not to dreamers nor i INCHAM.MEMS.

    Ejod. 7. 11. magicians did so w ith 1. 22. 1 8. 7, 18

    Lev. 19. 26. nor shall ye use «. nor observe times"

    A urn. 23.23. there is no 1. against J acob, nor divinat 24.1. Balaam went not toseek tor t. but set his face'

    2 hings 17. 17. Isr. used divinat. and i. and did evil 21. 6. Manasseh used «. 2 Chron. 33. 6.

    Led. 10. 11. surely the serpent will bite without 1".

    La. 47. 9. and tor the great abundance of thiue f".

    12. stand now with thine «. and thy sorceries

    INCLINE.

    Josh. 24. 23. f . your heart to tlie Lord God of Israel

    1 h ings 8. 58. that he may i. our hea. to keep his la w

    Psal. 78. 1. «. your ears to the words of my mouth

    119. 36. f. my heart unto thy testimoni. not to cov.

    141. 4. i. not my heart to any evil thing

    See Ear.

    INCLINED.

    Judg. 9. 3. and (heir heans i. to follow Abimelech

    Ps. 40. 1. L. «'. unto me, and heard my cry, 116. 2.

    119. 112. 1 have 1. mine heart to perform thy stat.

    Prov. 5. 13. nor i. mine eai' to them who instruct, me

    Jer.'t. 24. nor i. ear, 26. 1 11. 8. 1 17. 23. | 34. 14.

    25. 4. but ye have not «. your ear, 35. 15. 1 44. 5.

    INCLINETH. Prov. 2. 18. her house 1. (o death, and paths to dead

    INCLOSE. Cant. 8. 9. if she be a door, we will 1. her with cedar

    INCLOSED. Ezod. 39. 6. onyx-.stone i. in ouches of gold, 13. Judg. 20. 43. Israel 1. the Benjamites round about Ps. 17. 10. they are (. in their own fat, siieak proudly 22. 16. the assembly of the wicked have t. me CaiU. 4. 12. a garden i. is my sister, my si)ouse Lam. 3. 9. he hatli f. my ways with hewn stone Luke 5. 6. they «. great multit. of fishes, net brake

    INCLOSINGS.

    Exod. 28. 20. stones shall be set in eold in ». 39. 13

    INCONTINENCY.

    1 Cor. 7. 5. that Satan tempt you not for your 1"

    INCONTINENT.

    2 Tim. 3. 3. without natural affection, i. fierce

    INCORRUPTIBLE.

    Rom. 1. C3. and cbanged the glory of (he ». God

    1 Cor. 9. 25. we do it to ohtain an i. crown

    15. 52. and the dead shall be raised i. we changed

    1 Pet. 1.4. begotten us loan inheritance 1. uniietiltid

    23. being born of i. seed, by the word of God

    .INCORRUPTION.

    1 Cor. 15. 42. it is sown in corrupt, it is raised in «.

    50. neither doth corruption inherit i.

    53. tor this corruptible must put on i.

    54. so when tliis corruptible soall have put on 1

    INCREASE Signifies, [1] The profit which cometh of the earth and of cattle, Deut. 7. 13. 1 32. 13. Prov. 14. 4. [2] lo grow, advance, or improve. Col. 1. 10. 1 1 hess. 3. 12. [3] To be of more esteem and au- thority, John 3. 30. [4] To swell up. Gen. 7. 17. [5] To recruit, or reinforce, Judg. 0. SO. [6] To multiply, 1 Chron. 27. 23. [7] Jo aggravate or make greater, Ezra 10. 10. [8] To strengthen and enlarge, Luke 17. 5. [9] To make profitable anil fruitful, 1 Cor. 3. 6, 7.

    INCREASE, Substantive.

    Lev. 19. 25. that it may yield you the t. thereof

    2.5.7. for thy cattle shall all the «'. thereof be meat

    .36. take thou no usury of him or i. but fear God

    .37. not money for usury, lend him victuals for 1.

    26. 4. the land shall yield her •'. and trees of fielcl

    20. your land shall not yield her i. or trees of field

    JVwm. 18. 30. as the «'. ot the tlireshing floor

    .32. 14. risen up in father's stead an «. of sinful men

    Vcut. 7. 13. 1 w ill also bless tlie «'. of thy kine, 28. 4.

    14. 22. thou Shalt truly tithe all the i. of thy seed

    28. shall bring forth all tithe of the i . same year

    16. 15. the Lord thy G. shall bless thee in all thy t. 28. 18. cursed shall be the »'. of (hy kine, 51.

    1 Sam. 2. 33. 1. of (hy house shall die in flower of age i\\\\\\\\>A. 9. 37. it yieldelh much i. (o the kings over us Job 20. C8. the «'. of his house shall depart, and goods

    31. 12. it is a fire would root out all mine «. Psal. 67. 6. eartli shall yield her 1. and God bless us

    78. 46. he gave also their 1. (o (he ca(erpillar

    85. 12. what is good, and our land shall yield her ». Prov. 14.4. but much «'. is by (he s(ren2(h of (he ox

    18- 20. and wi(h (he «'. of his lips he shall be filled £fc/. 5. 10. shall not be satisfied with 1. this is vanity Isa. 9. 7. of the 1. of his government shall be no enil ./er. 2. 3. first-fruits of his i. was holiness to the Lord Ezek. 18. 8. not usury, nor hath taken any r. 17.

    13. he hath given on usury, and taken 1. 22. 12. 34. 27. tree yield fruit, and earth shall yield her i.

    X.ech. 8. 12. and the ground shall give her i. 1 Cor. 3. 6. I have planted, but (>od gave the 1.7. Eph. 4. 16. maketh i. of the body to eiiifying in lov« Co/. 2. 19. all the body increasetli with tlie i. of God

    INCREASE, Verb. /^r. 25. 16. by years thou shall i. (he price thereof Deut. 6. .3. hear, O Israel, that ye may i. niishlily 7. 22. not at once, lest beasts ot the field >. on thee Judg. 9.29. he said, «. thy army, and come out 1 CAr. 27. 23. he would i. Israel like (o the s(ar.s F.zra 10. 10. taken s(range wives to i. (respass of I sr. JuA8.7. (ho' small, ye(thy la(. end should gieatly «. Psal. 44. 12. dost not i. thy wealth by their prue 62. 10. if riches i. set not your heart upon (hem 71. 21. (hou shalt »'. my greatness, and comfort 73. 12. who prosper in the world, (bey 1. in riches 115. 14. (he Lord shall 1. you more and more Prop. 1. 5. a wise man will i. learning, 9. 9.

    22. 16. he that oppresseth (he poor to i. his riches 28. £8. but when they perish, the righteous 1.

    249

    IND

    iccl. 5. II . goods I. they arc increased that eat them

    6. 11. there he many things that i. vanity Jta. 29. 19. the meek shall «". their joy in the Lord

    57. 9. and didst i. thy pert'umes and didst send Hzei. 5. 16. I will «. the famine on you and break

    36. 29. I will I. it, and lay no famine on you .■57- I will '. them with men like a flock Van. 11. .39. whom he shall i. with glory Jlox. 4. 10. they commit whoredom, and shall not i. ^ec/i. 10. 8. they shall «. as they have increased X«Xe 17. 5. the apostles said, Lord, i. our faith Jo/in 3. 30. he must i. but I must decrease 2 Cor. 9. 10. and i. the truits of your righteousness % Thess. 3. 12. the Lord make you to i. in love

    4. 10. we beseech you, that ye i. more and more 2 Tim. 2. 16. they will «'. to more ungodliness

    INCREASED. Gen. 7. 17- the waters i. and bare up the ark, 18.

    30. 30. it was little thou liadst, and it is now «'.

    4.3. .Jacob i. |l Exod. 1. 7- Israel i. abundantly

    Esed. 23. 30. till thou be i". and inherit the land

    1 Sam. 14. 19. the noise in the host went on and ».

    2 Sam. 15. 12. the people «'. with Absalom

    1 Kings 22. .35. the battle i". that day, 2 Chr. 18. 34.

    1 Chron. 4. .38. the house of their fathers i. greatly . JEira 9. 6. for our iniquities are i. over our head

    Psal. 3. ]. how are they «'. that trouble me

    4. 7. in the time that their corn and wine i. 49. 16. when the glory of his house is i. 105. 24. and he i. his people greatly

    Prov. 9. 11. the years of thy life shall be «. £ccl. 2. 9. I f. more than all before me

    5. 11. goods increase, they are i. that eat them Jsa. 9. 3. multiplied the nation, and not i. the joy

    26. 15. thou hast «'. the nation, U Lord Jer. 5. 6. and their backslidings are i. 15. 8. their widows are »' . above the sand of the seas

    29. 6. take wives, that ye may be i. there

    30. 14. wounded thee, because thy sins were «. 15. JLam. 2. 5. hath f. in daughter of .ludah mourning £zelt. 16. 26. and hast i. thy whoredoms, 23. 14.

    28. 5. by thy great wisdom hast thou i. thy riches Van. 12. 4. many run, and knowledge shall be i. Jios. 4. 7. as they were «. so they sinned against me

    10. 1. according to the fruit, he hath j. the altars Zech. 10. 8. they shall increase, as they have f. Mark 4. 8. other did yield fruit, that sprang up and «. Lfike 2. 52. Jesus i. in wistiom and stature Acts 6. 7. and the word of God «. and the number

    9. 22. but .Saul »'. the more in strength

    16. 5. the churches i. in number daily

    2 Cor. 10. 15. but having hope when your faith is f. liev. 3. 17. sayesf, I am rich, and «'. with goods

    INCREASEST. Job 10. 17. and i. thine indignation upon me

    I>;CREASELH. Joh 10. 16. my affliction «. 1| 12. 23. he 1. nations Psal. 74. 23. the tumult of those i. continually Prov. 11. 24. there is that scattereth', and yet i.

    23. 28. she i. the transgressors among men

    24. 5. a man of knowledge i. strength

    JS?. 8. he that by unjust gain ». Ids substance 29. 16. when wicked are multiplied, transgression!. JlccI. 1. 18. he that 1. knowledge, 1. sorrow Jsa. 40. 29. to them that have no might, he i. strength Hos. 12. 1. he daily «'. lies and desolation Hah. 2. 6. woe to Inm that i. that which is not his Col. 2. 19. the body ». with the increase of God

    INCRKASING. Col. 1. 10. and i. in the knowledge of God

    INCREDIBLE'. Acts 26. 8. why thought i. God should raise dead .'

    ITSCURAKLE. 2 Chr. 21. 18. Lord smote him with an i". disease Job 34. 6. my wound is «. without transgression Jer. 15. 18. why is my wound «. which refuseth

    30. 12. thy bruise is «. || 15. thy sorrow is 1. iiic. 1. 9. for her wound is 1. it is come to Judah

    INDEBTED. iMke 11. 4. we forgive every one that is i. to us

    INDEED. Gen. 17. 19. Sarah thy wife shall bear a son ».

    20. 12. yet (. she is my sister, she is daughter 87. 8. Shalt thou «. reign over us, shall thou 1. '

    10. shall 1, thy mother, and brethren «. come 40. 15. for «. I was stolen away out of the land I,iod. 19. 5. if you will obey my voice i. 23. 22. X«B. 10. 18. ye should i. have eaten it in holy place l

    21. 2. if thou wilt ». deliver this people

    22. 37. am I not able «'. to promote thee to honour ' Veut. 2. 15. ». the hand of the L. was against them

    21. 16. sonot the hated, which is i. the first-born Josh. 7. 20. ». I have sinned against the Lord 1 Sam. 1. 11. if thou wilt «. look on the affliction

    1 Kings^. 27. God 1. dwell on earth, 2 Chr. 6. 18.

    2 Kings 14. 10. thou hast 1. smitten Edom

    1 Chron. 4. 10. O that thou wouldest bless me 1. 21. 17. it is I that have sinned and done evil »".

    Job 19. 4. and be it ;. that 1 have erred Psal. 58. 1. do ye 1. sptak rigliteousness, O congre. Isa. 6. 9. hear ye 1. see ye i. but perceive not Jer. 22. 4. for if ye do this tlung i. then kings Mat. 3. 11. I »". baptize, Marti. 8. Ltiie 3. 16. Marie 11. 32. men counted tliat he was a prophet 1. i«*e 23. 41 . we «. justly || 24. .34. Lord is risen i. John 1. 47. behold an Israelite i. in whom no guile 4. 42. that this is i. the Christ, the .Saviour

    6. 55. my flesh is meat »'. my bloo

    7. 26. do the rulers know «'. that this is very Christ ?

    8. 31. if ye continue, then are ye my dis<'iples 1. .36. if the Son make you free, ye shall be free i.

    Acts 4. 16. for that »'. a notable miracle been done

    Horn. 8. 7- not subject to the law, neither 1. can lie

    14. 20. all things t. are pure, but it is evil for that

    2 Cor. 11. 1. you could bear, and «. bear with me Phil. 1. 15. some 1. preach Christ, even of envy

    3. 1. to write to you to me 1. is not grievous Col. 2. 23. which things i. have a shew of wisdom 1 Thess. 4. 10. «'. ye do it towards all the brethren 1 "im. 5. 3. honour widows that are widows », 5. she that is a widow 1. and desolate, 16. !«50

    1 Pet. 2. 4. disallowed «. of men, but chosen of God

    .See r.NDEAVOlK.

    INDIGNATION Signifies, [1] Wrath, anger, NeTi. 4. 1. Esth. 5. 9. [2] Ems/, Acts 5. 17. [3] The Judgments of (iod, or the dreadful effects of his anger, Isa. 26. 20. [4] Messages of^wrathf Jer. 15. 17. [5] A My displeasure against one^s self for siji, accompanied teiiA a fear of falling into temptations, so as to be oiercome by them, 2 Cor. 7. 11.

    2 Kings 3. 27. there was great «'. against Israel Neh. 4. 1. Sanballattook great i. mocked the .lews Esth. 5. 9. Haman was full of 1. against Mordecai Job 5. t 2. and «'. slayeth the silly one

    10. 17. and there increases! thine i. upon me Psal. 69. 24. pour out thy i. on them, andletnone 78. 49. he cast on them wrath, i. and trouble 102. 10. because of thine 1. and thy wrath /in. 10. 5. and the stafl^ in tiieir hand is mine «. 25. for yet a little while, and the i. shall cease 13. 5. Lord, and weapons, of his i. Jer.50. 25. 26. 20. hide thyself till the «. be overpast 3,t. 27.. his lips are full of i. his tongue as fire

    30. with the «'. of his anger, and with the flame 34. 2. for the «'. of the Lord is on all nations 66. 14. I. shall be known towards his enemies

    Jer. 10. 10. nations shal I not be able to abide his ».

    15. 17. for thou hast filled me with i. Lam. 2. 6. hath despised in «'. of his anger th«king £se*. 21. 31. I will pour out mine j. upon thee

    22. 24. the land not rained on in the day of his «.

    31. therefore I poured out mine «. on them Van. 11. 30. and have i. against the holy covenant Mic. 7. 9. I will bear the t. of the Lord

    Nah. 1. 6. who can stand before his 1. ? Hah. 3. 12. thou didst march through the land in «. Zech. 1. 12. thou hast had i. these seventy yeare Mai. 1. 4. people against whom the Lord hath ». .\\\\\\\'at. 20. 24. they were moved with «. against two 26. 8. they had i. saying, to what purpose is this iMke 13. 14. ruler of 63 nagogue answered with i. Acts 5. 17. and they were filled with «. Horn. 2. 8. but obey unrighteousness, i. wrath 2 Cor. 7. 11. yea what i. ! yea what fear! Heb. 10. 27. a fearful looking for of fiery 1. Rev. 14. 10. poured out into the cup of his «.

    INDITING. Psal. 45. 1. my heart is i. a good matter

    1NDU.STR10US. 1 Kings 11. 28. seeing the voung man that he was «.

    INEXCUSABLE. Rom. 2. 1. therefore thou art i. O man, that judgest

    liN'FALLIBLE. Acts 1. 3. he shewed himself by many 1. proofs

    INFAMY. Pror. 25. 10. and thine »'. turn not away Ezek. 36. 3. and ye are an «. of the people

    INFA.MOUS. Eiek. 22. 5. they shall mock thee which art 1. INFANT.

    1 Sam. 1.5. 3. slay man, worsan, «. and suckling Isa. 65. 20. shall be no more thence an i. of days

    INFANTS. Job 3. 16. or as 1. which never saw light Hos. 13. 16. their i. shall be dashed in pieces Luke 18. 15. and they brought also 1. to him

    INFERIOR. Job 12. 3. understanding 1 am not 1. to you, 13. 2. Van. 2. 39. sliall arise another kingdom i. to thee

    2 Cor. 12. 13. what woe ye i. to other churches Heb. 2. 1 7. madest him little «'. to the angels

    INFIDEL. 2 Cor. 6. 15. hath he that believeth with an «. .'

    1 Tim. 5. B. denied faith, and is worse than an 1.

    INFINITE. Job 22. 5. and are not thine iniquities «. .' Psal. 147. 5. great is Lonl, his understanding is 1. Nah. 2. t 9. take the spoil of their i. store 3. 9. and Egypt were her strength, and it was i.

    INFIRMITY Signifies, [1] Sickness, or feebleness of body, 1 Tim. 5. 23. [21 Afflictions, reproaches, and persecutions, 2 Cor. \\\\\\\\i. 10. [.3] Spiritual ueatne'S, and defects in grace, Kom. 6. 19. I 8. 26. [4] Failings and mistakes, either through ignorance or ueakness, Kom. 15. 1. Lev. 12.2. the days of separation for her t. I'sal. 77. 10. 1 said, this is mine i. but I will Prov. 18. 14. the spirit of a man will sustain his «. Luke 13. 11. a woman which had a spirit of «.

    12. woman, thou art loosed from thine ». Johno. 5. which had an 1. thirty-eight years Horn. 6. 19. because of the ». of your flesh Gal. 4. 13. ye know how through i. I preached Jleb. 5. 2. for he himself also is compassed with i. 7. 28. the law maketh high-priests which have i.

    INFIRMITIES. Mat. 8. 17. himself took our i. and bare our Luke 5. 15. came to be healed by him of their t. 7. 21. in that hour he cured many of their i. 8. 2. llo?n. 8. 26. the Spirit also helpetn our i. 15. 1. strong ought to bear the 1. of the weak

    2 Cor. II. 30. of the things which concern mine «. 12. 5. of myself I glory not, but in mine i. 9.

    10. therefore I take pleasure in mine i.

    1 Tim. 5. 2.3. use a little wine for thine often t. Heb, 4. 15. be touched with the feeling of our i,

    INFLAME. Isa. 5. 11. woe to those continue till wine f. tliem

    INFLAMING. Isa.SJ. 5. i. yourselves with idols under every tree

    INFLAMMATION. /

    2 Cor. 2. 6. punishment which was i, of many

    INFLUENCES. Job 38. 31. canst thou bind the 1. of Pleiades ?

    INFOLDING. Ezek. 1.4. a fire «'. itself, and a brightness

    INFORM. Veut. 17. 10. according to all that they j. thee

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    INFOBMED. Van. 9. 22. i.me, and talked with me, and said Acts 21. 2\\\\\\\\. arc ». of thee that thou teachcst, 24. 24. 1. 1, the governor against Paul, 25. 2, 15.

    INGAIHERING. Exod. 23. 16. feast of the «'. in the end of the year

    IN GRAFTED. Jam. 1. 21. and receive with meekness tlie t. word

    INHABIT. Num. .35. 34. defile not the land which ye shall i. Prov. 10. .30. the wicked shall not ». the earth Jsa. 42. 11. the villages that Kedar doth »'. 65. 21. they shall build houses and i. them

    22. they shall not build, and another 1. Jer. 17. 6. but shall i. the parched places

    48. 18. thou daughter, that dost «. Dibon Ezek. .33. 24. they that «. those wastes of Israel Amos 9. 14. shall build the waste ciliesand i. them Zeph. 1. 13. shall build houses, but not 1. them

    INHABIIANT. Isa. 5. 9. many houses great and fair without i. 6. 11. till the cities be wasted without i.

    9. 9. Ephraim and the 1. of Samaria shall know 12. 6. cry out and shout, thou i. of Zion

    20. 6. the i. of this isle shall say in that day

    24. 17. the pit and snare are on thee, O i. of earth 33. 24. the i. shall not say, I am sick

    Jer. 2. 15. his cities are burned without i.

    4. 7. thy cities shall be laid waste without an «".

    9. 11. 1 26. 9. 1 3.3. 10. 1 34. 22. 10. 17. gather thy wares, O «. of the fortress

    21. 13. f. of the valley ||22. 23. f. of Lebanon 44. 22. your land is a curse without an i.

    46. 19. waste and desolate, without i. 51. 29, 37.

    48. 19. O I. of Aroer || 43. O i. of Moah

    51. 35. be upon Babylon, shall the i. of Zion say Amos 1.5. I will cut off the i. from plainof Aven

    8. and I will cutoff the «. from Ashdod Mic. 1. 11. pass a%vay «. of Saphir, 1. of Zaanan 12. the «. of Marotli Avaited carefully for good 1.3. O thou I. of Lachish, bind the chariot 15. will bring an heir to thee, O 1. of Mareshah Zeph. 2. 5. I will destroy, that there shall l)eno«. 3. 6. their cities destroyed, so that there is none 1.

    INHABIIANTS. Gen. 19. 25. he overthrew all the 1. of the cities Erod. 15. 14. shall take hold of the 1. of Palestina

    15. all the ». of Canaan shall melt away Lev. 18. 25. the land itself vomiteth out her «.

    25. 10. shall proclaim liberty to all the 1. thereof Num. 13. .32. is a land that eateth up the «". thereof Veut. 13. 13. have withdrawn the i. of their city

    15. thou Shalt surely smite the «'. of that city Josh. 2. 24. even the 1. of the country do faint

    11. 19. that made peace, save the 1. of Gibeon

    17. 12. could not drive out the i. Judg. 1. 19,27. Judg. 2. 2. make no league with the «'. of this land

    5. 7. tlie i. of the villages ceased till I arose

    23. curse ye bitterly the r. thereof

    10. 18. be head over all the t. ofGilead, 11. 8. 21. 9. were none of the i. of Jabesh-gilead there

    10. go and smite the 1. of Jabesh-gilead

    Huth 4. 4. saying, buy it before the »'. and elders

    1 Kings 17. 1. Elijah who was of the t. ofGilead

    2 Kings 19. 26. their t. were of small power

    1 Chron. 9.2. first 1. that dwelt in their possessinn.i

    2 Chron. 20. 23. stood against the i. of mount Seir Job 26. 5. are formed from under the 1. thereof Psal. 33. 8. all the «. of world stand in awe of him

    14. he looketh on all the f . of the earth

    49. 1. hear this, give ear, all 3'e «. of the world 75. 3. the earth and al I the 1. thereof are dissolved

    Jsa. 10. 1.3. put down the i. like a valiant man

    18. 3. all ye i. of the world, see ye, when he

    23. 2. be still, ye 1. of the isle, thou whom, 6.

    24. 1 . and scattereth abroad the « . thereof

    5. the earth is defiled under the i. thereof

    6. therefore the «. of the earth are burned

    26. 9. the «. of the worhi will learn righteousness 18. nor have the i. of the world f'alleii

    .38. 11. behold man no more with the i. of the world

    40. 22. the i. thereof are as grasshoppers

    42. 10. isles and 1. sing to the Ix)rd a new song

    11. let the f. of the rock sing, let them shout

    49. 19. land too narrow by reason of the «'. Jer. 1.3. 1.3. 1 will fill the (. with drunkenness

    19. 12. thus will I do to the i. thereof

    21. 6. I willsmitethej. of this city, man and beast 23. 14. as So

    16. that 1 should make the t. thereof an hissing Zech. 8. 20. there shall come the i. of many cities

    21. the i. of one city shall go to another Rev. 17. 2. the «'. of the earth have been made drunk See Jerusalem. INHABITANTS of the land. Gen. 34. .30. to make me to stink among the f . of I. Eiod. 23. 31. 1 will deliv. the 1. of I. into your hand .34. 12. lest thou make a coven, with i. of land, 15. Num. 32. 17. dwell in cities because of the i". cfland .33. 52. shall drive out the 1. of I. 55. 2 Chr. 20. ". Josh. 2. 9. all the 1. of the land faint because of ynu 7. 9. all the «. of land shall hear of it and environ 9. 24. to destroy all the i. of the land from bef. you 1 iiam.27.8. these nations were of old Dtei.oflai'i 1 Chr. 22. 18. he hath given i. of I. into my hand Jer. 1. 14. an evil shall break forth on all the 1. of I. 10. 18. behold. I will fling out the i. of I. atoi'u e 47. 2. men shall cry, and all the «. of I. shall howl Hos. 4. 1. Lord hath a controversy with the i. r//. Joel 2. 1. let all the «. of the I. tremble for the day Zech. 11. 6. for 1 will no more pity the i. of the 1.

    IMIABHED. Exod. 16. 35. eat manua, till they came to a land *.

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    Lev . \\\\\\\\6.'iS. ?oat bear their iniquities fo a land not i. 8 6am. '2i. 16. came to the nether land newly i. Isa. 13. 20. it shall never be i. nor dwelt in 44. 56. thou Shalt be i. || 45. 18. termed it to be i. 51. .i. and make tiie desolate cities to be >'. Jer, 6. 8. lest 1 make tliee a land not »'. 17>6. shall inhabit in a salt land and noti. 22. 6. I will make thee cities which are not i. 46. 26. afterward it shall be i. as in the days of old 50. 13. it shall not be i. || 39. no more /. for ever i'ze*. 12. 20. the cities that are t. shall be laid waste 26. 20. when 1 shall set thee, that thou be not (. 29. 11. nor shal 1 it be i. forty years .36. 10. the cities shall be i. and the wastes budded 38. 12. upon the desolate places that are now ». ZecA. 2. 4. Jerusalem be ». as towns without walls 9. 5. from Gaza, and Ashkelon shall not be »'. 12. 6. .lerusalemshall be i. again in her place 14. 10. it shall be lifted up, and ». in her place 11. no destruction, but .lerus. shall be safely i. INHABITKRS. Jtec. 8. 13. say ins, woe, woe, woe, to i. of the earth 12. 12. woe to the i. of the earth and of the sea INHABITESi'. Psal."^. 3. O, thou that i. the praises of Israel

    I^HABIT£iH. Joi 15. 28. he dwelleth in houses which no man ». Jsa. 37. 15. thus saitli the lofty One that «. eternity

    INHABITING. Psal, 74. 14. be meat to the people i. the wilderness

    INHERIT Signifies, [1] To possess djf tight of inheritance or succeaion, Deut. 21. 16. [2] To sitbdne hy grace, and gain to the church of Christ, Psal. 82. 8. Isa. 54. 3. [3] To come into, Luke 18. 18. 1 Cor. 6. 9. [4] To be led aicay uit/i, Jer. 16. 19. Gen. 15. 8. wjiereby shall I know that T shall i. it.' Ijod. 32. 13. and they shall i. it for ever ^um. 18. 24. 1 have given it to the Levites to f.

    26. 55. accord, to the names of tribes they shall i. .12. 19. we will not «. on yonder side .lordau

    Dent. 1. 38. for he shall cause Israel to i. it 12. 10. which the Lord God giveth you to «. 21. 16. he makcth his sons to i. what he hath Jitdg. II. 2. thou shall not i. in our father's house 1 Sam. 2. 8. to make them i. the throne of glory Psal. 25. 13. and his seed shall ». the earth 37. 9. that wait on the Lord shall «'. the earth 11. but the meek shall i. the earth. Mat. 5. 5. 22. such as be blessed of him shall ». the earth 69. 36. the seed also of his servants shall i. it 82. 8. arise, O God, for thou shalt «'. all nations Prov. 3. .35. the wise shall i. glory, but shame B. 21. cause those who love me to i. substance 11. 29. troubleth hisown house, shall «. the wind

    14. 18. the simple «'. folly, but the prudent J™. 49. 8. to cause to j. the desolate heritages

    54. 3. and thy seed shall i. the Gentiles

    65. 9. and mine elect shall «. it, and my ser\\\\\\\'ants

    Jer. 12. 14. I have caused my people Israel to «'. 49. 1. why then doth their kmg t. Gad :■

    Jizei. 7. t 24. they shall «. their holy places

    47. 14. ye shall i. it, one as well as another Zech.i. 12. the Lord shall i". ludah his portion Mat. 19. 29. and shall i. everlasting life

    25. 34. come «. the kingdom prepared for you Mark 10. 17. i. eternal life, Luke 10. 25. I 18. 18. 1 Cor. 6. 9. uniiohteous not t. the kingdom of God

    10. neither shall extortioners /. Gal. 5. 21.

    15. 50. flesh and blood cannot i. the kingdom of

    God, nor doth corruption i. incorruption Ileh. 6. 12. who through faith i. the promises \\\\\\\\ I'et. 3. 9. are called, that ye shouM i. a blessing Rev. 21. 7. he that overcometh shall i. all tliiuas

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    08. 4. that thou may est i. land wherein a stranger Lev. 20. 24. 1 have said, ye shall «. their lajid Aum. 34. 13. this is the land ye shall i. by lot Veut. 2. 31. possess, that thou may est i. his land

    16. 20. I. the land the Lord giveth thee, 19. 3. Psal. .37. 29. the righteous shall i. the land

    3?. and he shall exalt thee to i. the land Isa. 60. 21. they shall i. the land for ever Eiek. 47. 13. border, whereby ye shall i. the land

    INHERITANCE Signifies, [1] An estate, whether come by svccession, or donation, Num.26. 54. Prov. 13. 22. [2] Those tchom Godchttoseth as his peculiar people. Psal. 28. 9. I 94. 14. [3] The land of Canaan, Psal. 79. 1. Ml Ihe nations that should become the subjects of Christ's kingdom, and be governed and saved by Mm, Psal. 2. 8. [5] The kingdom of heaven, 1 Pet. 1. 4. [6] Hereditary, Veat. 4. 20. m Pos- session, Num. 34.2. Gen. 31. 14. is there any portion or i. for us ? '

    48. 6. after the name of their brethren in their i. JExod. 15. 17. plant them in mountain of thine «. Xer. 25. 46. for ever take them as an 1". for ever A«m. 16. 14. or given us «'. of fields or vineyards

    18. 20. have no 1. tor 1 am thy part and thine ».

    27. 8. shall cause his i. to poss to his daughters 9. I. to brethren || 10. 1. to father's brethren

    32. 19. our I. is fallen on this side, 32. I 34. 15. 34. 18. take one prince, to divide the lanrl by i, 36. 3. and shall be put to the «'. of the tribe, 4. 9. nor i. remove from one tribe to another Deut. 4. 20. a people of «. as ye are this day

    9. 26. destroy not thine 1. || 29. they are tiiy 1. .32. 9. .Jacob is the lot of his 1.

    Josh. 13. 14. sacrifices of Lord their i. 18. 7. .33. the ijord Go

    ' 14. Hebron therefore became the 1. of Caleb' 17. 6. daughters of Manasseh had 1. among sons 24. 28. every man to his i. .hidp. 2. 6. 1 21. 24.

    Judff. 21. 17. must be an i. for lliera that escaped

    Huth 4. 6. cannot redeem 1. lest mar mine own i.

    1 Sam. 10. 1. hath anointed thee capti.in over his 1.

    26. 19. trom abiding in the ». of the Lord

    S H^im. 20. 1. nor i, in son of Jesse, 1 Kings 12. 16.

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    2 Sam. 21. 3. that ye may bless the ». of the'Lord

    1 Kings 8. 5\\\\\\\\. they lie thy people and thy 1. 53. 21. 3. give the i. of my fathers to thee, 4.

    2 Kings 21. 14. will forsake the remnant of mine «. 1 Chron. 16. 18. land of Canaan, the lot of your ». Neh. 11. 20. in all cities, every one in his «.

    .hb 31. 2. what 1. of the Almighty from on high .' Psal. 16. 5. the Lord is the portion of mine 1.

    28. 9. bless thine «. II 33. 12. chosen for his «'.

    37. 18. and their 1. shall be for ever

    47. 4. he shall choose our «. for us

    68. 9. whereby thou didst contirm thine 1.

    74. 2. the rod of thine «. thou hast redeemed

    78. 62. and was wroth with his 1.

    71. he brought him to feed Israel his «.

    79. 1. O God, the heathen are come into thine ». 91. 14. not cast off, neither will he forsake his «'. 105. 11. the land of Canaan, the lot of your 1. K16. 5. that 1 may glory with thine 1.

    4o. insomuch, that he abhorreri his own «. Picv. 13. 22. a good man leaveth an i. to children 17.2.shall have part of the ». among the brethren

    19. 14. house and riches are the i. ot fathers

    20. 21. an I. may be gotten hastily at the beginning Eccl. 7. 11. wisdom is good with an i.

    Isa. 19. 25. blessed be Israel mine «'.

    47. 6. I have polluted mine i. and given them

    63. 17. for thy servants' sake, the triTies of thine 1. Jer. 10. 16. Israel is the rod of his 1. 51. 19.

    .32. 8. for right of >'. is thine, redemption is thine Lam. 5. 2. our i. is turned to strangers, our houses Lzek. .36. 12. shall possess thee, thou shalt be their i.

    44. 28. it shall be unto them for an i. 1 am their i.

    46. 16. the (. thereof shall be his son's, 17. 18. shall not take of the people's «'. by oppression

    47.22. they shall have «. with you among tribes, 23. Mat. 21. 38. kill him, and let us seize on his i. Mark 12. 7. and the «. shall be ours, Luke 20. 14. Luke 12. 13. speak, that he divide the i. with me Acts 20. 32. to give you an i. among all sanctified

    26. 18. and i. among them sanctified by faith in me Gal. .3. 18. if the »'. be of the law, it is no more Lph, 1. 11. in whom also we have obtained an «'.

    14. which is the earnest of our 1. till redemption .18. the riches of the glory of his »'. in the saints 5. 5. hath any i. in the Kingdom of Christ and God Col. 1. 12. to he partakers of the 1. of the saints 3. C-t. and ye shall receive the reward of the i. Ileb. 1. 4. as he hath by «. obtained a name 9. 15. might receive the promise of eternal i, 1 Pet. 1. 4. begotten us to an 1. incorruptible

    Fur INHERITANCE. Eiod. 34. 9. pardon our sin, and take us for thine 1. Num. 18. 21. all the tenth in Israel /cr an «'. 26. 26. 53. the land shall be divided for an «'. .33. 54. 1 34. 2. 1 36. 2. Vent. 4. 21, 38. 1 15. 4. 1 19. 10. Josh. 13. 6, 7, .32. 1 14. 1. 1 19. 49, 51. Ezek. 45. 1. I 47. 22. 1 48. 29. Deut. 20. 16. the Lord doth give thee for an 1. 21. 23. I 24. 4. i 25. 19. I 26. 1. Josh. 11. 23. 1 13. 6. I 14. 13. 1 Kings & 36. 2 Chrmi. 6. 27. Jer. 3. 18.

    1 Chr. 28. 8. leave \\\\\\\\tfor an 1. /or children, Ezra 9. 12. Psal. 2. 8. I shall give thee the heathen for thy i. Ezek. 33. 24. the land is given us for an i.

    44. 28. it shall be to them /cr an 1. I am their 47. 14. this land shall fall unto you for an i. Ileb. 11. 8. which he should after receive /wr an 1.

    No or none 1 N H ER 1 TA N C 1',. Num. 18. 20. thou shalt have no «. 23, 24. I 26. 62. Deut. 10. 9. 1 14. 27, 29. 1 18. 1, 2. JosA. 13. 14, 3.3. 1 14. 3.

    2 Chron. 10. 16. we have no i. in the son of Jesse Acts 7. 5. and he gave him nojie «. in it

    INHERITANCES. Josh. 19. 51. tliese are the »'. Joshua divided by lot

    INHERITED. Num. 32. 18. we will not return till Israel have «. Josh. 14. 1. children of Israel i. the land of Canaan Psal. 105. 44. they «. the labour of the people Jer. 16. 19. surely our fathers have i. lies Ezek. ,33. 24. Abraham was one, and he ». the land Heb. 12. 17. when he would have i. the blessing

    INHERITETH. Num. 35.8. according to his inheriting which he 1.

    INHERITOR. Isa. 65. 9. out of Judah an i. of my mountains See Enjoy, Enjoin. INIQUITY Signifies, [1] Sin and wickedness in general, Ulaf. 7. 23. [2] Original corruption, Psal. 51. 5. [3] Punishment for siri. Gen. 19. 15. Lev. 5. 1. Gen. 15. 16. the i. of the Amorites is not yet full

    19. l.'J. lest thou be consumed in the i. of the city 44. 16. God hath found out the i. of thy servants

    Exod. 20. 5. visiting the «'. of the fathers upon the children, 34. 7. Num. 14. 18. IJeut. 5. 9. 34. 7. forgiving 1. and transgression. Num. 14. 18. 9. go amongst us, and pardon our i. and our sin Lev. 18. 25. tlierefore I do visit the f. thereof Num. 5. 15. an offering bringing ('. to remembrance 31. then shall the man Ix; guiltless from i. 14. 19. pardon, I pray thee, the eye of this people 2.3. 21. he hath not beheld 1. in Jacob, nor seen Deut. 19. 15. nor rise up against a man for any i. .32. 4. he is a God of truth and without i. just Jo.rh. 22. 17. is the 1. of Peor too little for us ?

    1 Sam. 3. 13. judge for the «'. w hich he knoweth 14. the I. ot Eli's house shall not be purged

    15. 23. and stubbornness is as i. and idolatry,

    20. 8. if there be in me 1. slay me thyself 25. 24. upon me let this i. be, 2 Sam. 14. 9

    2 Sam. 14. ,32. if there be «. in me, let him kill me 19. 19. let not my Lord impute «. to nie

    24. 10. to take away «'. of thy servant, 1 Chron.

    21.8. 2 Chr. 19. 7. for there is no 1. -with Lord our God Job 4. 8. they that plow «'. reap the same 5. 16.theiioorhath hope, and I'.stoppefh her moutli 6. 29; return, I pray you, let it not be «'. return .30. is there 1. in my tongue ? cannot my taste 11, 0. God cxactefh'less than thine i. deserveth

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    Job 11. 14. if I. be in thy hand, put it far away

    15. 5. for thy mouth uttereth thine 1.

    16. filthy is man which drinketh i. like water 22. 23. thou shalt put away «. far from thy tabern. 31. 11. it is an i. to be punished by judges, 28.

    33. 9. 1 am innocent, nor is there «. in me

    34. 32. if 1 have done «'. 1 will do no more

    36. 10. he commandeth that they return from «.

    21. take heed, regard not i. for this hast chosen 23. or who can say, thou hast wrought «. T

    P.'al.7.3. O Lord, if there be «'. in my hands 14. behold, he travaileth with i. and conceived

    10. + 7. under his tongue is mischief and 1.

    32. 2. blessed to whom the Lord iniputeth not i. 5. and thou foigavest the 1. of my sin

    ,36. 3. the words of his mouth are i. and deceit

    39. 11. when thou dost correct man for ». 41. 6. his heart gathereth i. to itself

    49. 5. when the 1. of my heels shall compass me 51. 5. behold I was shapen in i. and in sin mother 53. 1. they are corrupt, and havedone abominable i. 55. 3. they cast 1. upon me, and in wrath hate me 56. 7. shall they escape by i. ? cast down, O God

    66. 18. if I regard «. in my heart, Lord not hear me 85. 2. thou hast forgiven the 1. of thy people

    94. 20. throne of »'. have fellowship w ith thee 107. 42. and all 1. shall stop her mouth 109. 14. let the i. of his fathers be remembered 119. 3. they also do no i. they walk in his ways 133. let not any i. have dominion over me

    '125. 3. lest they put forth their hands to i.

    Prov. 16. 6. by mercy and truth i. is purged 19. 28. the mouth ot tlie wicked devoureth 1.

    22. 8. he that soweth »'. shall reap vanity

    Eccl. 3. 16. place of righteousness that «. was there Isa. 1. 4. a people laden with i. a seed of evil doers 13. it is «. even the solemn meeting 5. 18. woe to them that draw i. with cords 6. 7. thine «'. is taken away, and thy sin purged 14. 21. prepare for the »'. of their fathers 22. 14. tnis I. shall not be purged from you

    27. 9. by this shall the «. of Jacob be purged

    29. 20. and all that watch for i. are cut off

    30. 13. this i. shall be to you as a breach

    40. 2. cry unto her, her i. is pardoned

    53. 6. the Lord hath laid on him the i. of us all 57. 17. for the i. of his covetousncss was 1 wroth 59. 3. for your fingers are defiled with 1.

    4. bring forth •'. || 6. their works are works of «.

    7. their thoughts are thoughts of «'. wasting 64. 9. be not wroth, nor rememt)er i. for ever Jer. 2. 5. what i. have your fathers found in me

    22. thine i. is marked before me, saith the Lord

    3. 13. only acknowledge thine 1. that thou hast

    13. 22. for tlie greatness of thine i. are thy skirts

    14. 20. we acknowledge the 1. of our fathers 16. 10. what is our i. |1 17. «'. hid from mine eyes 30. 14. for multitude of thine «. 15. Has. 9. 7. .32. 18. recompensest i. of fathers into the bosom 5(). 20. the i. of Israel be sought for, and none 51. 6. flee out of Babylon, be not cut off in her 1.

    Lam. 2. 14. they have not discovered thine 1.

    4. 6. for the punishment of the «'. of my people 22. the punishment of thine «. is accomplished,

    he will \\\\\\\\ isit thine «'. O daughter of Edom Ezek. 4. 4. lay i. of the house of Israel upon it 7. 13. nor strengthen himself in the 1. of his life

    9. 9. the i. of tlie house of Israel is great

    16. 49. this was the «. of thy sister .Sodom 18. 8. that hath withdrawn his hand from i.

    17. he shall not die for the 1. of his father 30. repent, so «'. shall not be your ruin

    21. 23. lie will call to remembrance your 1. 24. 25. when 1. shall have an end, 29- 1.35. 5.

    28. 15. wast perfect, till /. was found in thee

    18. defiled tny sanctuaries by i. of thy traltic 44. 12. caused the house of Israel fo fall into 1..

    Dan. 9. 24. to make reconciliation for «'. Dos. 7. 1. the i. of Kphraim was discovered

    10. 9. against children of 1. J| 1.3. ye reaped 1. 12. 8. find no i. in me J| 11. is there i. in Gilead ? 13. 12. the I. of Ephraim is bound up, his sin hid 14. 1. return, for thou hast fallen by thine 1.

    2. take away all i. and receive us graciously Mic. 2. 1. woe to them that devise i. on their beds 3. 10. they build up Jerusalem with i. 7. 18. who is a God like to thee, that pardoneth ». ? llttb. 1. 3. why dost thou shew me i. and cause me 13. of purer eyes, and thou canst not look on i, 2. 12. woe to him that establisheth a city by «. ^eph. 3. 5. the just Lord, he will not do «'. 1.3. the remnant of Israel shall not do «. Zech. 3. 4. I have caused thine 1. to pass from thee

    9. I will remove the «. of that land in one day Mal. 2. 6. and f. was not found in his lips, he walked in peace, and did turn many away from t. Mat. 13. 41. they shall gather them which do 1.

    23. 28. within ye are full of hypocrisy and f".

    24. 12. because 1. shall abound, love shall wax cold ActsX. 18. purchased a field with the reward of i.

    8. 23. for 1 perceive thou art in the bond of i. liom. 6. 19. your members servants to 1. unto 1.

    1 Cor. 13. 6. rejoiceth not in «. but in the truth

    2 Thess. 2. 7. the mystery of i. doth already work 2 Tim. 2. 19. that nameth Christ, depart from i. Tit. 2. 14. that he might redeem us trom all 1. Deb. 1 . 9. and thou hast hate

    See Bear, Commit. CoM.Mirr£D. His INIQUITY. Num. 15. .31. his i. shall be upon him Josh. 22. 20. that man perishetl not alone in his r. Job 20. 27. the heavens shall reveal his 1.

    21. 19. God layeth up his i. for his children Psal. 36. 2. until his 1. tie found to be hateful .Ter. 31. .30. die for A. 1. Ezek. .3. 18, 19. 17- 16. 1 ]8.26i Eiek. 14. 7. the stumbling block ot his i. 14.

    18. 18. even he shall die" in his i. 3.3. 8, 9. 33. 6. he is taken away in his i. but his blood 2 Pet. 2. 16. Balaam was rebuked for his 1.

    Mine INIQUITY. Gen, 4. 1 13. mine i. is greater than may be forgiven- 251

    iNt

    1 5am. 20. l.'what is mine i. and what is my sin ?

    2 Sam. 1'Z. 24. 1 kept thyself from mine i. Ps. 18. 23. Job 7. 21. why dost thou not take awa^ mitie i. i

    10. 6. that thou inquirest after mine t, 14. thou wilt not acquit me from mine t.' 14. 17. sealed in a bag, thou sewest up mine i.

    31. 33. if I covered, by hiding mine i. m my bosom Psal. 25. 11. O Lord, pardon mine i. for it is great

    31. 10. my strength faileth because of mine i.

    32. 5. and mi/ie «. have I not hid, I said

    .38. 18. for I will declare mine i. I will be sorry for 51. 2. wash me throughly from mine i. cleanse

    Their INIQUHY. Xep. 20. 39. left of you, shall pine away in their i.

    40. if they confess their i. and the iniquity of fath.

    41. accept of the punishment of their i. 43. l^eh. 4. 5. and cover not their i. let not their sin be Ptal. 69. 27. add iniquitj unto their i. and let them

    78. 38. he forgave Meiri. II 89. .32. I will visit r/i«iV i. 94. 23. he shall bring upon them their i. 106. 43. they were brought low for their i. Jsa. 13. 11. 1 will punish the wicked for their i. 26. 21. to punish the inhabitants of earth for th. i,

    33. 24. the people shall be forgiven their i. Jer. 14. 10. lie will now remember their i.

    16. 18. and first, he will recompense their i. 18. 23. forgive not their «'. nor blot out their sin

    25. 12. that I will punish that nation for their i.

    31. .34. all know me, for I will forgive their i.

    33. 8. 1 will cleanse them from all their i. 36. 3. that I may forgive their i. and sin

    31. I will punish his servants for their i. Kxek. 4. 5. 1 have laid on thee the years of their i.

    17. they may consume away for their i. 7. 19. the stumbling block ot their i. 14. .3. 14. 10. they shall bear the punishment of their i. 29. 16. which bringeth their i. to remembrance

    39. 23. Israel went into captivity for their i. JIos. 4. 8. and they set their heart on their i.

    5. 5. shall Israel and Ephraim fall in their i.

    9. 9. he will remember their i. he will visit sins

    JVori INIQUITY. Psal. 141. 4. to practise works with men that a-ori: i. Jsa. ,S1. 2. against the help of them that aorA i.

    32. 6. his heart will wort i. to practise hypocrisy Uos. 6. 8. Gilead is a city of them that leori i. Mat. 7. 23. depart from me, ye that wori i.

    Workers of IN IQUITY. Job 31. 3. a strange punishment to the -corkers of i.

    34. 8. which goeth in company with the work, of 1. 22. where the jcorkers of i. may hide themselves

    Ps. 5.5. fool ish shal I not stand , thou hatest al 1 7/'. ofi.

    6. 8. depart from me all ye work, of i. Luke 13. 27. 14. 4. have all the aork. ofi. no knowledge ? 53. 4. 28. 3. draw me not away with the workers of i. .3ti.l2. there are the w.o/i. fallen, they arecastdown .37. 1. nor be thou envious against the 7corkers of i. 59. 2. deliver me from the mork. of i. and save me 64. 2. from the insurrection of the workers of «'. 92. 7. and when all the workers of i. do flourish

    9. all the workers of i. shal 1 be scattered

    94. 4. and all the workers of i. boast themselves 16. or who will stand up for me against the w. ofi, 125. 5. lead them forth with the 7corkers of i. 141. 9. keep me from the gins of the workers of i. Prov. 10. 29. destruction shall be to w. ofi. 21. 15.

    INIQUITIE.S. Lev. 16. 21. confess over the goat all the i,

    26. 39. in the »'. of their fathers shall they pine Kzra 9. 6. our i. are increased over our head

    7. for our »'. have we, our kings, been delivered 13. thou hast punished us less than our j. deserve

    Veh. 9. 2. Israel confessed the «'. of their fathers Job 13. 23. how many are mine i. and sins 26. thou makest me to possess the f . of my vonth 22. 5. thy wickedness great, and thine »'. infinite Psal. .38. 4. and mine «'. are gone over my head

    40. 12. mine i. have taken hold on me

    51. 9. hide thy face from my sins, and blot out all ;'. 64. 6. they search out «'. || 65. 3. i. prevail against 79. 8. remember not against us former «'. 90. 8. hast set our «'. before thee, our secret sins 103. .3. bless the Lord, who forgivefh all thine i.

    10. nor rewarded us according to our «'.

    1.30. .3. if thou, L. shouldest mark «. who stand ?

    8. and he shall redeem Israel from all his f. Prov. 5. 22. his ow^n i. shall take the wicked himself Jsa. 43. 24. thou hast wearied me with thine i.

    .W. 5. but he was bruised for our «".

    59. 12. and as for our (. we know them

    64. 6. our ('. like the wind have taken us away

    7. thou hast consumed us because of our «'.

    Jer. 11. 10. turned back to (. of their forefathers

    14.7. O Lord, though our i. testify against us Lam. 4. 13. for i. of her priests tliat shed blood Ezek. 28. 18. by the multitude of thine «. defiled Dan.i. 27. break off thine i. by shewing merry

    y. 13. that we might turn from our i. and underst. 16. for our sins, and for the «'. of our fatheis Mic. 7. 19. he will turn, he will subdue our 1. jicts 3. 26. to bless in turning every one from his 1. Pom. 4. 7. blessed are they whose i. are forjjiven liev. 18. 5. for God hath remembered her i.

    Their IN IQUITIE.S. Lev. 16. 22. the goat shall bear on him all their i. Psal. 107. 17. fools because of their i. are afflicted Jsa. 53. 11. justify many, for he shall bear their i. Jer. ,33. 8. and I will pardon all their i. whereby J,am. 5. 7. our fathers sinned, we have borne their i. Jizek. 32. 27. but their i. shall be on their bones

    43. 10. that they may be ashamed of their i. Jleb. 8. 12. their i. will I remember no more, 10. 17.

    your INIQUITIES. J\\\\\\\\^>im. 14. 31. forty years shall ye bear poi/r i. J^a. 50. 1. for !/oitr i. have you sold yourselves

    .W. C. !/ovr i. separated between you and your God

    06. 7. voitr i. I will recompense, and iniq. of fathers Jer. 5. 25. !/our i. have turned away these things p.zek. 24. 23. ye shall pine away for j/our i.

    .36. 31. and shall loathe yourselves for pour i. 33. I shall have cleansed you from all pour i. Amos 3. 2. therefore I will punish you for ajl your i. «5«

    IKS

    'INJURED.

    Gal. 4. 12. I am as ye are, ye have not i. nie at all

    INJURIOUS.

    1 Tim. 1. 13. who was before a persecutor and i.

    1-NJUSTICE. Job 16. 17. not for «'. in my hands, my prayer pure

    INK. Jer. .36. 18. I wrote them with 1. in the book

    2 Cor. 3. 3. written not with i. but the Spirit

    2 John 12. I would not write with «'. 3 Joh7i 13.

    INK-IIORN. Ezek. 9. 2. with a writer's f . by his side, 3, 11.

    INN. Gen. 42. 27. to give his ass provender in the «". 43. 21. when we came to the «'. we opened oursacks Ezod. 4. 24. by the way in the >. tlie Lord met him Luke 2. 7. there was no room for them in the i. 10. 34. brought him to an i. and took care of him

    INNER. 1 Kings 6. 27. he setthecheruhims in the i. house 1 Chron. 28. 11. gave patterns of the i. parlours p.sth.4. 11. shall come to the king into the «'. court 5. 1. Esther stood in the i. court of the house Ezek. 10. 3. and the cloud filled the »'. court 42. 15. he made an end of measuring the 1. house 46. 1. the gate of the i. court shall be shut six days Acts 16. 24. who thrust them into the «'. prison Eph. 3. 16. strengthened with ndght in the 1. man See Chamber. INNERMOST. Prov. 18. 8. into the «. parts of the belly, 26. 22.

    INNOCENCY". Gen. 20. 5. in the i. of my hands havel done this Psal. 26. 6. 1 will wash my hands in i. so compass 73. 13. in vain I have washed my hands in ». lian. 6. 22. before him ». was found in me Uos. 8. 5. how long will it be ere they attain to ?. .'

    INNOCENT. Exod. 23. 7. the «. and the righteous slay thou not yjcKj. 27. 25. that taketh reward to slay the «. 1 Sam.li. +41. Saul said to the I/ird, shew the «. Job 4. 7. remember, whoever perished being i. ? 9. 23. he will laugh at the trial of the ;'. 28. but I know that thou wilt not hold me i. 17. 8. the i. shall stir up against the hypocrite 22. 19. and the i. laugh them to scorn .30. he shall deliver the island of the i.

    27. 17. and the 1. shall divide the silver

    .33. 9. hast said, I am «'. nor is ininuity in me Psal. 10. 8. in secret places doth he murder the i.

    15. 5. nor taketh reward against the i.

    19. 13. I shall be i. from the great transgression Vrov. 1. 11. if they say, let us lurk privily for the i.

    6. 29. whosoever toucheth her shall not be i.

    28. 20. maketh haste to be rich shall not be (. Jer. 2. 35. yet thou sayest, because I am i. Alat.ZJ.2i. I am «. of the blood of this person

    See Blood. INNOCENTS. Jer. 2. .34. is found the blood of the poor i. 19. 4. have filled this place with the blood of 1.

    INNUMERABLE. Job 21. 33. after him, as there are »'. before him Psal. 40. 12., I. evils have compassed me about 104. 25. sea, wherein are things creeping ;'. Jer. 46. 23. more than grasshoppers, and are /. Luke 12. 1. an 1. multitude gathered together Heb. 11. 12. as thesand which is by the sea-shore i. 12. 22. ye are come to an «. company of angels

    INORDINATE. Ezek. 23. 11. she was the more corrupt in her i. love Col. 3. 5. nioi'tify fornication, «". affection .

    INQUISITION. Deut. 19. 18. the judges shall make diligent i. Eslh. 2. 23. when ('. was madeoftlie matter Psal. 9. 12. when he maketh i. fi.r blood

    INSCRIPTION. Acts 17. 23. 1 found an altar with this «. INSIDE.

    1 icings 6. 15. covered the walls on j. with wood

    INSPIRATION. Job .32. 8. i. of Almighty giveth understanding

    2 Tim. 3. 16. all scripture is given by «. of God

    INSTANT Signifies, [1] A short moment of time, Tsa. 29. 5. [2] 'Jo be terp eager, or pressing, Luke 23. 23. [3] To set about any thing with care and dili- gence. Acts 26. 7. Jsa. 29. 5. yea, it shall be at an i. suddenly 30. 13. whose breaking cometh suddenly at an i. Jer. 18. 7. at what i. I speak concerninff, 9. Luke 2. 38. she coming in that «'. gave thanks 23. 23. and they were «'. with loud voices Acts 12. + 5. (. prayer was made of the church Rom. 12. 12. patient, continuing f . in prayer 2 Tim. 4. 2. preach'the word, be i. in season, out of

    INSTANTLY. Luke 7. 4. they besought him i. saying Acts 26. 7. our twelve tribes i. serving God

    INSTRUCT Signifies, To train up, or teach, Psal. 32. R. We are instructed by, [1] God, Deut. 4. 36. Isa. 28. 26. [2] Christ is a prophet, who teaches in-jardly, and spiritually. Acts 3. 22. [3] The Spirit, Neh. 9. 20. [4] The clntrch, C'ant. 8. 2. [.5] Ministers, Dan. 11. .33. 2 Tim. 2. 25. [6] The law, Koiii. 2. 18. [7] The scriptures, 2 Tim. 3. 16. [8] Corrections, .ler. 31. 19. [9] The godly. Job 4. 3. Acts 18. 25. [10] The wicked, Prov. 24. .32. rieut. 4. .30. made thee hear, that he might f. thee A'(?/(. 9. 20. thou gavest thy good Spiiit to i. tiiem Job 40. 2. shall he that contendeth «. him ? Psal. 16. 7. my reins also «. me in night seasons .32.8. I will «. thee and teach thee in the way Cant. 8. 2. in my mother's house, who will i. me Tsa. 28. 20. his "God doth i. him to discretion Dan. 11. 33. they that understand shall i. many 1 Cor. 2. 16. the mind of Lord, that he may 1. him

    IN.SIRUCTED. Gen. 14. + 14. Abraham armed his i. ser\\\\\\\'ants DexLl, 32. 10. the Lord led him about, he i. him

    2 Timgs 12. 2. wherein Jehoiada the priest i. him

    1 Chron. 15. 22. Chenaniah f. about the song 25. 7. that were «. in the song3 of the Lord

    2 Chron. 3. 3. Solomon was i. for the building Job A. 3. behold thou hast i. many, and hast Ptal. 2. 10. be ». ye judges of the earth

    Prov. 5. 13. inclined mine ear to them that «. me 21. 11. the wise is i. he receiveth knowledge

    Jsa 8. 11. the Lord spake thus to me and (.'me 40. 14. who (. him, and taught him the path

    Jer. 6. 8. be «. O Jerusalem, lest my soul depart

    31. 19. after that 1 was :'. I smote on my thigh Mat. 13. 52. every scribe who is i. to the kingdom

    14. 8. and she, being before 1. of her mother Luke 1 . 4. of things wherein thou hast been i. ActslR. 25. this man was ». in the way of the Id. Jtom. 2. 18. knowest his will, being i. out of law P/iiV. 4. 12. every where, and in all things, 1 am 1.

    INSTRUCTING. 2 Tim. 2. 25. f. those that oppose themselves

    INSIRUCIOR. Gett. 4. 22. Tubal-Cain, an «. of every artificer Pom. 2. 20. an «. of the foolish, a teacher of babes

    INSTRUCTORS.

    1 Cor. 4. 15. thoui-'h ye have 10,000 «'. in Christ, yet

    INSTRUCTION. Job 33. 16. he openeth the ears, and sealelh 1. Psal. 50. 17. seeing thou hatest «'. and casteth my Prov. 1. 2. to know wisdom and i. to perceive 3. to receive the i. of wisdom, justice, and judgni.

    7. but fools despise wisdom and i, 15. 5.

    8. my son, hear the r. of thy father, 4. 1.

    4. 13. take fast hold of «. let her not go, keep her

    5. 12. how have I hated i. and my heart despised 23. he shall die without i. and shall go astray

    6. 23. and reproofs of i. are the way of life

    8. 10. receive my «. || 33. hear «'. and be wise

    9. 9. give I. to a wise man and he will be wiser

    10. 17. he is in the way of life that keepeth i. 12. 1. whoso loveth «. loveth knowledge

    13. 1. a wise son heareth his father's 1. 18. shame shall be to him that refuseth «.

    15. 32. he that refuseth «'. despiseth his own soul 33. the fear of the Lord is the «'. of wisdom

    16. 22. but the i. of fools is folly

    19.20. hear counsel, and receive «. that thou 27. cease to hear the «. that causeth to err

    23. 12. apply thy heart to ». and thine ears 23. buy the truth, also i. and understanding

    24. 32. I looked upon it and received i.

    Jer. 17. 23. they might not hear, nor receive «".

    .32. 33. they have not hearkened to receive i.

    .35. 13. will ye not receive 1". to hearken to my Ezek. 5. 15. it shall be a reproach, a taunt, an t. Zeph, 3. 7. I said, surely thou wilt receive i.

    2 JV/«. 3. 16. all scripture is profitable for «'.

    INSTRUMENT. Num. .35. 16. if he smite him with an ». of iron Ps. 33. 2. sing to him with an i. of ten strings, 92. 3.

    71. + 22. I will praise with the i. of psaltery

    144. 9. 1 will sing a new song, O Go

    41. 15. 1 will make thee a new sharp threshing i.

    54. 16. that bringeth forth an 1. for his work Ezek. 33. 32. song of one that can play on an «.

    IN,STRUMENTS. Gen. 49. 5. «. of cruelty are in their habitations Ezod. 25. 9. the pattern of all the «'. thereof Num. 3. 8. shall keep all the «". of the tabernacle

    4. 12. they shall take all the «. of ministry

    7. 1. sanctified all the i.JI .31. 6. with the holy i. 1 Sam. 8. 12. to make «'. of war, and j. of chariots

    18. 6. to meet king Saul with 1. of music 1 Kings 19. 21. boiled their flesh with «. of oxen

    1 Chron.O. 29. to oversee all the i. of the sanctuary 16. 42. make a sound with musical «'. of Go

    2 Chron. 30. 21. singing with loud i. to the Ixiid Neh. 12. 36. Hanaiiiwith the musical (.of David Psal. 7. 13. hath prepared for him the 1. of death

    68. 25. the players on i. followed after 87. 7. as the players on i. shall be there - 150. 4. praise him with stringed 1. and organs J-ccl. 2. 8. as musical e. and that of all sorts Jsa. 22. + 24. hang on him all the 1. of viols

    32. 7. the a. also of the churl are evil

    .38. 20. we will sing my songs to the stringed 1. Jer. 46. + 19. make thee i. of captivity Ezek. 12. + 3. prepare thee ». for removing 16. + 39. shall take i. of thy ornament, 23. 1 2(5. J)an. 6. 18. nor i. of music brought before him Amosl. 3. threshed Gilead with threshing i. of iron 6. 5. and invent to themselves (. of music Uab. 3. 19. to the chief singer on my stringed «', Zech. 11. 15. take thee i. of a foolish shepherd Rom. 6. 13. nor yield members (. of unrighteousness members as ('. of righteousness to God INSURRECTION. Ezra 4. 19. this city hath made 1. against kings Psal. 64. 2. from the (. of the workers of iniquity Mark 15. 7. lay bound with them that had made « who had committed murder in the i. Acts 18. 12. the Jews made i. with one accord

    INTANGLE Signifies, To perplex. This may be, [11 Corporeally, Exod. 14. 3. [2] Verbally, Mat. 22. 15. [3] Cere- monially, Gal. 5. 1. [4] Worldly, 2 Tim. 2. 4. [5] 'Spiritually, to return to, and continue in, sin, 1 Pet. 2. 20. Mat. 22. 15. how they might i. him in his talk

    IN TANG LED. F.iod. 14. .3. Pharaoh will say, they are 1. in the land Gal. 5. 1. be not i . again with the yoke of bondage 2 Pet. 2. 20. they are again ('. therein and overcome

    INTANGLETII. 2 Tim. 2. 4. 1. himself with the affairs of this life

    INTEGRITY. Gen. 20. 5. in ». of my heart I have done this

    6. I know thou didst this in the 1. of thy heart 1 Kings 9. 4. as David thy father walked in t. Job 2. 3. and still heholdeth fast his «.

    9. his wife sh id, dost thou still retain thine i. 7 27. 5. I will not remove my «. from mc

    INT

    Job "1. C. be weiiilie.l, Ihat God mayUucT my :.

    Psal. T. li. ac.DiiliiiL; to my !. tliat 13 in n:e i^j. *1. It't I. and ui)rii;lilUfS5 preserve nie 1:0. 1. 1 walked m iny j. | 11. 1 will walk in ;.

    41, 1'.'. as liir nie, thuu uplioldest me in my ;. 7». 7-.'. lie fed tlieni accordinu to ;. ot' his heal t

    Pioz. 11. .'). the /. i.i tile iij -.right shall suide them 1'.). I . better i> the pour that walketh in his /. iJU. 7. Juat man walke'.li in his i. children blessed

    IN 1 Kl.LK.F.NCK. Dun. 11. 30. (. wall them that torsake covenant

    IN 1 KMJ. Josh. CC. ":!. (lid noti. to gu up aeainst them U Chron. <.'!'.. l.'i. ye (. to add more to our sins jrU-ln 5. '2V<. ye (."to brim; tiiisman"s bluod on us lio. what ye /. to do as touchinir these nun IN lEN DKl)." Psal. CI. 11. for tliev I. evil ai;ainst thee

    IN"lENDi;si. Eroi/. C. 14. (. thou to kill ine, as the EL-yptian

    INTENUUNG. I.Kie 14. a;, which of you i. to build a tower yJc/.v I'J. 4. I. alter Easter to brins liim forth t 'J(i. lUro 1 (. war with them of Tyre and .'^idou £0. 13. sailed to .Assos, there /. to take in Paul

    IM EN r. C&;/H. 17. 14. to the i. the I-Ord nii-lit brin:: evil t: h'irii/s 10. ly. to I. he niiuht destroy woishipiiers i; C/ii\\\\\\\\rn. II). 1. to tile i. he mislit let none i;o out / ■-■J.. 40. 4. to tlie /. tliat I mi^lit shew the:n L>(t)i.-l. 17. to the /. Ihat the livini: may know Jo/in II. l.'i. not there to the i. ye may belie\\\\\\\\e

    1.3. 'Jli. fiT what ;. he spake this unto iiim yit-rs o. '21. and came hiiner for that ;.

    10. '29. 1 ask for what ;. \\\\\\\\e have sent forme. 1 Vor. 10. t). to the :. we should not lust afler M'v/i. 3. 10. to the i. that now to the priuciiJalities

    I.N TEN IS. Jt-r. 30. e4. till lie have performed /. of his heart JJei. 4. 1-J. is a discerner of die ;. ot the heart

    I.NIEUCESMON Sisnifies, .-i plcmlinii ur entrcatinp '" f"'/''i!.f "f another, .lereni. 7. 1(>. It is spoken, (1) ('/ the iiittneision 0/ Lhmt, Isa. o3. I'J. lleb. 7. Co. Which he performs, [1] By upp'mring for us he- fore the i'atliir, I U b. o. 'Jl. [-J] By presentiny the merit of his sucn.fice onee oflired. lie!). 10. 1'-', 14. [3] Uu deilaring his u-ill, that iiie/i and su,/t h/es~- tngs man he f'e->io:.i,l ,.u the cltet, lleli. lo. 10. [4J By the I'atlier' s conscntinn and arreting to this utll of his -Son, .lohn 11. 4'J. tlli ijt'.e Holi/ Ohost in Hod's ihiidren, Horn. 8. Ct"i. (HI) ( / >ntK inttrvemny, [IJ i'l-r te/nj-oral h/essinys, .ler. 7. It). [2] i'ur sp'ritual hln.iings, 1 iim. '2. 1. (.IVj 0/ Elias, i.ho coniplaiiud a::ain.

    11. 2. how he maketh i. to God against Israel lied. 7. 25. he ever liveth to make i. for them

    I.NTEKCESSIUNS. 1 Tim. 2. 1. that ijraversand /. be made for all men

    IN fEKLKSSOU. lia. 59. 10. he wondered that there was no i.

    IN 1 KKMEDDEE. Proa. 14. 10. a straiv.'er doth not /. with lusjov

    IN 1 EK'MEUUI.El U. Prov. 18. 1. seeketh and )'. with all wisdom

    .INri:RMlS>l()N. Lam, 3. 49. mine eve ceasetli not without anv /.

    IN fEUPKKI. Gen. 41. 8. none that could i. them to Pliaraoh

    12. to each according to his dream he did ;. 1 Cor. 12. 30.

    45. the dream is certain, and the /, thereof sure 4. 19. and tiie ;. thereof be lothv enemies T>. 12. he will shew the i. \\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\ l.j. n'ot shew the )'. 7- 16. and made me to know the ;. of the things John 1. 42. Ceiihas, which ishv i. a stone 9. 7. in the |>ool of Siloain, which is bv /. sent Acts y. .30. named I abitha, by i. is cail-d Dorcas

    13. 8. I'.lymas the sorcerer, so is his name by i. 1 Cor. 12. 10. to another Ihe i. of tongues

    14. 26. every one of you haih an /.

    Ileh. 7. o. being by /."king of righteousness S Pet. 1. 20. no prophecv is of any private i.

    IN lEKPRElAITuNS. Gen. 40. R. .loseph said, ilo not 1. belong to God ^ Van. 5. 16. 1 liave heard that thou canst make i. „ IN 1 ElMMiEl El).

    Gen. 40.22. as .lo.ieph had i. to them, 41. 13. Jr.-ra 4. 7. written and ;. in the Syrian tongue Mat. 1. 23. which being ;. is, (iod with us Mark 5. 41. which is, being ;. damsel, arise Ij. 22, whidi is, being i. the place of a skull .34. I. my (iod, my <,o,l, why hast forsaken me Jolin 1. ;«(. being /. m .ster li 41. i. the ( hrist Acts 4. 36. ij, being i". the smi of cniisolatiun „ IN I EKPKEI E!!, S.

    (.len. 40. 8. we dreamed, and there is no ». of it

    42. 23. lor .loseph spake to them by an ». rV . ""■ ■'"■ * ■'"• h""''»''t i" ll"^ business of i.

    Job 33. 23. there be an i. one among a thousand

    Isa. 43. +27- andthv ;. have transgressed

    1 tVr. 14. 28. but if there be no /. let liiin keep

    I N W

    T\\\\\\\\ ll'.RPRETIXG. Van. 5. 12. ('. of dreams was found in Daniel

    IN iRi.,.vr

    Signifies, [1] 'i'o snyplicate or pray to, I'xod. 8. 8. Judg. 13. 8. [2] I'j intercede, or .^/Cak in one'.> beha:i\\\\\\\\ Gen. ■J3. 8. 1 Sam. 2. 25. [3] I'o in-.ei'tain, or lue kindly, (u-n. 12. 10. [4] '1\\\\\\\\, ■a' go, or pre.'S earne^tlg, Ruth 1. 10. [,')i I'o /uar. grant, or accipi of, Gen. ':5. 21. [b] To .uiV, l'io\\\\\\\\. 19. 0. ''7J To give youd u-ords, i ( cr. 4. 13. fiiv, ','3. 8. /. for me to Ephroii the son of Zo.-tr J.jod.ii. 8. then I'liai-rtoh raUe I I..r .Mo-rs, and said, /. tlie l.onl, ■:;',. I 9. 28.1 In. I7. 9. when shall 1 /. lor tiu-e ' -J'l. 1 will i. Lord lioth 1. 10. liiith said, ;. me not lo leave thee 1 ■s,««. 0. oj. if a man sin, who shall /. lor hiui ? 1 hinos 13. 0. i. the f.tce of the Lord tiiv God .I'i 11. t 19. yea, many shall ;. thy lace" J'.'a/. 45. 12. among the pi-oide, sliall ;. thy favour J'rov. 19. 0. manv will ;. the lavour of the prini-e Jer. 15. 11. I wifl cause the enemy to i. thee well -l

    1 Tun. 5. 1. rebuke not, l>ut /. him as a father

    IN 1 KK.Al El). Gin, 12. 16. he /. ^\\\\\\\\brahani well lor her sake

    ',5. 21. Is.iac ;. for hi-, w ite. Lord was i. of him l.i. d. 5. 22. whv hast thou so evil /. th.is people .'

    8. 3). Moses went out and /. the Lord, 10. 18. Ihiit. 'JO. 0. and tile Igvptia.ns evil i. us Jir;„. 13.8. taen .Manoaii i. the Lord, and said

    2 >ain. <:i. 14. after Ihat (Jod was i. fur the l.uri 24, '..5. Lord was 1. for the land, the plague

    [sta\\\\\\\\ed 1 Chron. 5. 20. tliev crieil and he was i. of them •J Chnn.:i-i. 13. .Mana.s,,eh prayed, and (.od was 2, J',,r,i 8. 2.3. we li"Sou:;lit dod, and he was /. of us Joh 19. 10. 1 called, 1 ;. him with mv n;ontii

    17. tho' I ;. for th.e children's sake of mv body /'..,;.'. 119.58. 1 ;. thv lavour with mv wh.^le heart J-u:. 19. 22. he shall be ;. of them and he.d them .UaC. '-'2.0. and ;. them spitefully, Luke '.,'.. :'>2. J.nke 15. 28.. then came liis father out, and ;. him

    2o. U. ;. hiui shamefully, and sent him av. ay jlc/s 7. 19. the same evil ;. our fathers

    C". 3. and .lulius courteously ;. Paul

    1 '1 he.''. 2. 2. alter that \\\\\\\\ve were shamefullv i. Jlih.- 12. 19. i. the word should not be spo'keii Ja/n. 3. 17. wisdom frotii above is easy to be /.

    INLIIEA I ELll. ' Joh 21. 21. he evil /. the barren tliat beareth not

    INTRLA 1 lES. I'ro-o. 18. 23. the poor useth i. but tlie rich

    2 Cor. 8. 4. praying us w ith much i. that we receive

    IN IMLDING. Col. 2. 18. i. into those things he hath not seen

    INV.AUI'.. 2 C'hr. 20. 10. whom thou wouldcst not let Israel /. Hah. 3. 10. ha will i. them with his trooi^s INV.ADIJ).

    1 '^am. 23. 27. the Philistines have »'. the land 27.81. I)a\\\\\\\\id and his men i. the Geshurites .30. 1. the ..\\\\\\\\malekites ;. tliesooUi, an;l /ikiag

    2 hing.i 13. 20. a band of :Moabites ;. the 1 uid 2 Chron. 28. 18. the Philistines had /'. the cities

    INV.ASION.

    1 'Sam. 30. 14. we made an i. on the south

    1 N \\\\\\\' I N r. .Imos C. 5. ('. instrumeirs of music, like Itavid I N VEN I ED.

    2 Chron. 26. 15. made engines i. by cunning men

    INVEMIONS

    SigtiitV, [1] r, H«-i;-,7«<«, Prov. 8. 12. [2] .^V«/""/

    prni'tircs, Psal. 90. 8. [3] Idola'.r.'W arts, P.;al.

    HO. 29, 39. [1] At" uai/s of making o,'.' self

    more :.i.

    i:<-cl.7. 29.

    Psnl. 9.1, 8. thou tookest vengeance of their t. 106. 29. provoked hiiti to amier with tlair /. .39. and went a wlioring with their own /. Vrov. 8. 12. and lind out kno\\\\\\\\i le.lue of wittv i. Tccl.~. 29. but thev have somiht out many (.

    1N\\\\\\\\ I'N lOIIS. Pom. 1. .30. /. of evil tiiiiujs, disobe(li"nt to i>arents

    I N\\\\\\\\ l.sl I'.Li'. I'Om. 1. 20. Ihe ?. thiin^s of him are cleailv seen Col.l. 15. wlio is the itna^e of the ;. (icf

    111. that are in heaven and earth, v isilde anil /. 1 'J'lm. 1. 17. now to the King imuvrt.d. ;. IJch. 11. C7. he endured, as seeing limi who is 1. INVll ID.

    1 Sam. 0. 24. since 1 said, 1 liave ;. the pec | le

    2 Sam. 13. 23. .A|.^alom ;'. all the king's >o;,^ J.'th. 5. 12. to-morrow a'li I i. to her with the king

    INWARD. Gen. 41. + 21. when they had come to the ;, parts l.tv. 13. ."i5. Shalt burn'it in the lire, it is fret /,

    1 Kinds'. 25. aii'l all their hinder parts were i. 17. 1 21. this child's soul come into his i. p.ins

    2 Chron. 3, 13. thev st.iod and their laces were :. Joh 19. 19. all my";, friends abliorred me

    38. .30. who hath i)iit wisdom in the /. jJarts P>al. 5. 9. their /. part is vei v wickedness 49. 11. their i. thoiiglit is, that their hou.-es 51.0. behold, th.ou desircNt truth in the 1. parts 62, + 4. but they curse in their i. parts fit. 6. I. thouLdit of everv one of them is deep Pro-e. 20, 27. searching all the ;'. parts of the bellv

    .30. so do stripes the j. parts ol the belly Jsa. 16. 11. my /. [lai Is sound for Kir-liaresh ,7iY. 31.33. 1 will put mv law in their /. parts .17nrX-6. + 19. llerodias had an r. gru.lL;eag,dii...t him J.nke 11. 39. vour i. part is full of ravi 11111- Horn. 7. 22. 1 delii;ht in Ihe law of God alter /. man 2 Ciir. 4. 16. yet the ;. man is renewed day by day 7. 15. his i. hlfection is more abundant 10 vou INWARDLA'. Psal. 61. 4. thev liless with their month, bntcurse ('. .M:'t. 7. 1.5. but /. they are ravening wi l\\\\\\\\es liom. 2. 29. but he is "a Jew who is one i.

    JOU

    INWARD.'^. Eiod. 29. 13. the fat that covei et'.i flie i. 22. Lev. 3. , , 3,9, 14.14.8.17.3.19.19.

    17. thou shall vvadi the ;. /,. ; . 1. o, ]:j. 1 9. u. I.ii.A. 11. his i. ami dum; bum in a i le,ui place 8. 10. the fat on t!;e ;. .'di.aes burnt "U the .dtar 21. and he washed the ;. a:id tlie le_s witn water JUlN Snrnihes, [1] To knit, or ii-^ue t, 'nether. Job 41. 17. [•-'] Jo ir.a'he itajues and alliano,', Dan. 11.6. [3j 'Vh. Is,. 5. 8, flh I'e, ,rnuV>i, as [1] hi marriag.. Lpii. 5. 31. [■.■] In a,.Kaug. '2 t hron. 18,. 1. [:;] Jn aidiav or a.,.'i.'ting. l-,.\\\\\\\\oil.l. 10. [■(] In battle, arnnj nyani't army, 1 Sam. 4. 2. 1 Kings 20. 29. (Ill) Mentally, 1 Cor. 1. 10. [4] Carnally, 1 Cor. 6. 16. [\\\\\\\'J Idolalrou.'ly, llos. 4. 17. tOj Spiritually, ,ler. 5nn. 11.6. Ihey si'.ally. in the end of years Aot- 5. 13. of Ihe rest durst no man ./."himself

    8. -9. so near and ./. thyself to this i hariot

    9. go. .Saul assayed to /. himself to the dis^iiiles

    JOINED. Gen. 14. 3. all these kings were,/, together in vale 8. they,/. l)attle with them in the vale of siddiai 29. 34. this time will my husliand be /. to me yum. 18.2. thy brethren of 1 evi hp.j. to thee, 4. 1 >am. 4. 2. wi,eiithev j. battle, Israel was smitten

    1 A;hvj20. 29. in the"seventli dav the battle was >.

    2 Lhrni. 18. 1. .lehoshapiiat J. atimitv with .Ahab 2o.:>0. he J. with Aha;.iali to make ships, 37.

    i':r<(4. 12. set up v.alls, and /. the foundations AW/. 4. 0. all tlie w<,ll was /.'together unto halt l-'th. 9.27. all thal./.siiould keep Purim Joh 3. 6. let it not be./. t,> the

    -3. the liakes 1,,- his liesli are j. tigethcr Pal. 83. 8. .A.ssur also \\\\\\\\ij. with th.em Bed. 9. 4. to bini that is,/.toall the living is hope J'a. 13.15. everv one /. to them sliall tall bv sword

    14. 1. and the strangers shall be./, witli ih'ein 20. thou shall not be /. w ith them in burial

    5l). 3. nor him ihat hath.;', to the Lord speak l::ik. 1. 9. tlieirwini;s were.;', one to another

    ■lO. 22. there were courts j. of fortv cubits long- III '. 4. 17. I'phi-aim is /. to id,, Is, ht him alone /-I oh. 2. 11. manv nations shall be / to the Lonl Mat. 19.0. wliat"(i,jd liaih 9. together, Mark lo. 9. I.u',1' 15. 15. he went and9. himself t.) a citizen -/■< rs .'). :',!',. about four hundred./, themselves

    K'. 7. vhcse house./, haril to the s\\\\\\\\-nagogue 1 t, r. 1. 10. that ve be pel fectiv /. iii the same mind

    0. 10. he which is.;, to an luiilot is one body

    17. he that isj. to th.e I Old is one S(>iiit I ph. 4. 10. tlie whole body litlyi. to^-ether

    5. 31. and shall be9. to his wife, and they two ^te- l',.\\\\\\\\.\\\\\\\\ i.-Pt.oi;, JOIN IN(;, S.

    1 Chron. 22. 3. David prepared iron for Ihe /.

    2 (hron.:;. 12.9. totl-.e wing of' the other cherub

    JOIN r.

    Gtn. 32. 25. hollow of Ja,o!i's thigh whs out of >. I'.'al. gg. 14. and all mv l-oiies are out of /. /'/-,.;-. i5. I'.h >,.ii!i(ien,-eis like a I,-ot cut .it' /. J. pa. 4. 10. b-.- that whi.-h .-verv ^J siipplieth

    .101 N IS." 1 Kings 22. 31. smote ihe king of Israel between the j. of the harniss. 2. ( hrm. 18. 33. Con/. 7. 1. the /. of tin- Ihii^lis are like iev,-e!s Pan. 5. 0. that the /. oV his loins were loosed C'l. 2. 19. all the body by,/, knit together lh/>. 4. 12. to dividing asumler ofj. and marrow

    Join \\\\\\\\-h,irs.

    Bom.S. 17. heirs of Go,l, and J.-htirs with Christ

    .10 1. M'at. 5. 18. one.;', or tittle >hall in no wise p.t.ss

    JOl KN I.V. (-'en. 21. 21. the Lonl l-.ad made his,/, pri^sperous 29. 1. -lac, b Willi on ids,/, and came to tiu- east .'!l. 23. 1 abaii inirsued alter him .-even davs' /. .■;:>. 12. let us lake our^. 40. I. Israel look his.;. /.I. d. 13. 20. thev took their /. lioin suciotli lii. 1. Israelites look their./, from I'liui y:i:'i. 9. 10. be in a./, yet sirall keep the passover 1:!. is not in a /. and birheaieth to kec)) pas-over

    10. l,->. thev lirst took their /. accor,liii-' lo the Pout. 1. 2. there are ele\\\\\\\\en davs' /. Horn lloreb

    10. U. arise, take lliv /. betore Ihe people Josh. 9. 11. lake victu.d.i with von f>,i- vour ;'. 13. become ohl, bv iiasi-u of the \\\\\\\\eiy long /. Jno/a. 4. 9. the /. Ihou lakest is not lor ihv honour

    1 Sam. 15. 18. and Ihe I ,

    2 Sam. )1. 10. earnest thou n,it li-om tiiv /. ^

    1 Mnos 18. 27. or he is in a,/. : 19. 7. the ;. is :,'reat

    2 h'imis 3. 9. fetch, -d a comp,i:-s of seven days' J. \\\\\\\\oh. 2. 0. for how loiii; shall lliv./. be -

    P:oo. 7. 19. the imoil 11, an is gone a long /. Mat. 10. 10. nor s, rip lor \\\\\\\\our /. n,>rtuocoat3 Mark 0. 8. hike n,)tliing t'.-r tlu ir./. I. tile 9. 3. Jtiio 11. li. a irienil of mine in 10-9, is come to nie

    15. 13. the voun:;erfook his /. into a tar country John 4. 0. Jesus ui-aried with his /. sat thus Pom. 1. 10. I might h.ive a prosperous^. lo come

    15. 24. for I trii-t t.) s,-e \\\\\\\\<,ii In my./. I (or. 10. 0. Ihat ve ma\\\\\\\\ bring me on my /. •/')/, 3. 13. biin- /enasaiid .Aji.lh-s ,m Ilieiry.

    3 J, hn 0. whom il iho'i brim; lorward en their j.

    /)«)/.• lOlTiN KV. Xam. II. 31. th.> quails f.dl a Ai.c' > ,/. on this side I A /);,-, 19.4. himself went a day's j. into w ikb'in .lo'ia'i 3. 4. I e.j;, n 111 eiit, r city a day's j. aiul ci ieil l.uU 2, 44, went a day's j. uiliOJlg their aciuaiut.

    •253

    JOY

    Acts 1. 12. is from .TerusaleTn a sabbath 'jii/'sj. See three Days. .lOUHNEYED. Gen. 11. C. that as they j. they found a plain 12. 9. Abram j. going on toward the sojth, '20. 1. 1.3. 11. Lot /.east II 33. 17. .lacobj. to Succoth 35. 5. Israeli, toward Bethel, and the terror le. j. from Bethel |l 21. j. to the tower of I'.dar F-'od. 40. + .30. when cloud was taken up, Israel j. 37. cloud not taken up, they j. not, Siim. 9. 21. Hum. 9. 17. after that the cljildren of Israel j. 18,

    19. kept the chai«e of the I ord, and j. not

    20. at the commandment of the Ix)rd they j. 23. 12. 15. j. not till Miriam was hroimht in a;^aiu

    Judg. 17. 8. came to the house of iMicah as hej. Jic'.s 9. 3. as Saul ,;. he came near to Damascus 7. the men which j. with him stood, 20. 13. JOIjH>.EY1NG. Gen. 12. + 9. Abram in going and/, toward 2ium. 10. 2. make trumpets lor>. of the camps 29. we are 7. to the place of which Lord said Luke 13. 22. and as he was>. towards Jerusalem 2 Vor. 11. 20. in j. often, in perils of waters

    .lOURNKVllSGS. 2fum. 10. 28. thus were the j. of Israel's armies

    JO U UN E VS. Gen. 13. 3. Abram went on his j. from the south Ji,xod. 17. 1. j. according to the commandment

    40. .36. taken up, tliey went on in.;'. Num. 10. 12. 38. the cloud was on tabernacle thro' all their j.

    Hum. 10. 0. they shall blow an alarm for their i.

    33. 1. these are the j. of Israel with armies, 2. JOY

    Signifies, [1] A71 agreeable and siceet affection of the soul, arising from some present or hoped fur good, 1 Chron. 12. 40. [2] The delight and sa- tisfaction of the reasonable soul in its unio7i with God in Christ, as the greatest and highest good, viiih an actual rejoicing in ivhat is for his honour and glory. Gal. 5. 22. [3] That joyful and glorious state, unto which Christ himself should attain after his sufferings, and uhich he will communicate to all who beliene in him, Heb. 12, 2. [4] That free, gracious, and liberal re- ward, which God will bestow on the righteous in the kingdom of heaven. Mat. 25. 21, 23. [5] The matter or cause of joy, 1 Thess. 2. 20. [6] ikmgs of thanksgiving and praise, Psal. 42. 4. It is, (1) Natural, Prov. 23. 24. Eccl. 2. 10. (2) Worldly, Job 29. 13. Isa. 9. 3. (3) Hypo- critical, Job 20. 5. Wat. 13. 20. (4) Ungodly, Prov. .15. 21. Hos. 9. 1. (5) Mixed, worldly, and spiritual, 1 Chron. 12. 40. Luke 10. 1". (6J Heavenly, Mat. 25. 21, 23. Luke 15. 7, 10. (7) Spiritual, Psal. 51. 12. Rom. 14. 17. JOY, Substantive.

    1 Sam. 18. 6. came out to meet king .Saul with j.

    1 Chron. 12. 40. for there was j. in Israel 15. 16. singers, by liftin.eup the voice withj.

    25. went to bring the ark of the covenant withy. 29. 17. now have I seen with j. the people offer

    S. Chron. 20. 27. to go again to Jerusalem with j. Hzra 3. 13. not discern noise of the shout oi j. 6. 16. dedication of the house of tiod with j.

    22. and kept the feast seven days with j. Heh. 8. 10. the .;'. of tlie Lord is your strength

    12. 43. tiiej. of Jerusalem was heard afar otf t 44. for the J. of Judah and Levites which Esth. 8. 16. the Jews had light, j. and honour 9. 22. turned to tliem from sorrow to j. they should make tlieni days of feasting and j. Job 8. 19. behold, this is the j. of his way + 21. till he till thy lips with shouting for^.

    20. 5. the J. of the hypocrite is but for a moment

    29. 13. I caused the widow's heart to sing for j. 33. 26. and he will see his face with j.

    41. 22. and sorrow is turned into 7. before him Psal. 16. 11. in thy presence is fulness of j.

    27. 6. offer in his tabernacles sacritices ot'j.

    30. 5. but J. Cometh in the morning

    42. 4. I went with the voice of 7. and praise

    43. 4. then will 1 go to God my exceeding y. 48. 2. the j. of the whole earth is mo\\\\\\\\int Zion 61. 12. restore to me thej. of thy salvation

    65. t 12. the little hills are girded with j. 67. 4. let the nations be glad and sing for j. 105. 43. he brought forth his people with j. 126. 5. they that sow in tears shall reap in j. 1.37. 6. if prefer not Jerusalem above my chief j.

    Prov. 12. 20. but to the counsellors of peace \\\\\\\\sj.

    14. 10. a stranger not intermeddle with his j.

    15. 21. tolly is.;', to him destitute of wisdom

    23. a man hath j. by tlie answer of his mouth 17. 21. and the father of a focil hath no^.

    21. 15. it is,;', to the just to do judgment

    2.3. 24. who begetteth a wise child shall have j. Eccl. 2. 10. I withheld not my heart from j.

    26. God giveth him wisdom, knowled

    Isa. 9. 3. not increased they, according to thej.

    17. l/Ord shall have no 7. in their young men 12. 3. withy, sliall ye draw water out of wells

    16. lO.y. is taken out of the plentiful field

    24. 8. y. of the harp ceaseth (| ll.y. is darkened 29. 19. the meek shall increase their y. in Lord 32. 13. on all houses ofy. II 14. ay. ot wild asses 35. 2. and rejoice even with y. and singing 10. with everlastingy. on their heads, 51. 11. 52. 9. break forth intoy. || 55. 12. go out with j.

    60. 15. I will make thee ay. of many generations

    61. 3. to give them the oil ofy. for mourning 7. everlastingy. shall be unto them

    C5. 14. my sei^vants shall sing for.;', of heart

    18. for behold, I create her people ay.

    66. 5. but he shall appear to voury.

    10. rejoice fory. with her, afl ye that mourn Jer. 15. 16. the word was to me the y. of my heart

    31. 13. I will tuni their mourning intoy. 33. 9. it shall be to me a name ofy. a praise

    11. again there shall be heard the voice ofy.

    . 48. 27. since thou spakest, thou skippedst fory.

    2b^

    JOY

    Jer. 4R. 33. y. is taken from the plentiful field 49. 25. the city of praise, the city of my j. lam. 2.15. the city, they, of the whole earth

    5. 15. tlie y. of our heart is ceased, our dance Eiek.lA. 25. take from them they, of their glory

    30. 5. appointed, with they, of all their heart Hos. 9. 1 . rejoice not, O Israel, fory. as other people Joel 1. 12. because ;'. is withered away from men y.eph. 3. 17. he will rejoice over thee withy. Mat. 13. 20. anon with j. receiveth it, Luke 8. 13. 44. fory. thereof goeth and selleth all he hath

    25. 21. enter thou into they, of thy Lord, 23. Ltike 1. 44. the babe leaped inmy womb fory.

    6. 23. rejoice ye in that day, and leap fory. 10. 17. the seventy returned again Willi y.

    15. 7. y. shall be m heaven over one sinner tliat 10. there isj. in the presence of the angels 24. 41. while they yet believed not fory. John 3. 29. this my j. therefore is fulfilled

    15. 11. 1 have spoken to you, that my j. might re-

    main in you, and that youry. might be full

    16. 20. your sorrow shall be turned into./.

    21. fory. that a man is born into the world

    22. and youry. no man taketh from you

    24. ye shall receive, that youry. may be full

    17. 13. might have my ;'. fulfilled in themselves Acts 2. 28. make me full ofy. with thy countenance

    13. 52. disciples filled wi.hy. and the Holy Ghost

    20. 24. that 1 might finish my course withy. liom. 14. 17. kingdom of God isy. inthe IL Ghost

    15. 13. God fill you with all j. in believing 32. may come to you with j. by the will of God 2 Cor. 1.24. but we are helpers of youry.

    2. 3. that my j. is they, of you all

    7. 13. the more joyed we tor they, of Tifus

    8. 2. the abundance of their y. abounded to riches Gal. 5. 22. the fruit of the Spirit is love,./, peace Phil. 1. 4. in prayer, making request with.;.

    25. abide for your furtherance and j. of taith

    2. 2. fulfil ye my j. \\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\ 4. 1. my /. and crown

    1 Thess. 1. b. received the word withy, of Holy G. 2. 19. what is our hope ory. || 20. ye are ourj.

    3. 9. for the /. wherewith we joy before God

    2 Tirn. 1. 4. that I may be fillecf withy. Philem. 20. let me havej. of thee in the Lord Heb. 12. 2. who for they, that was set before him

    13. 17. they may do it withy, and not with grief Jam. 1. 2. count ity. when ye fall into temptation

    4. 9. and youry. be turned into heaviness 1 Pet. 1. 8. ye rejoice withy, unspeakable

    4. 13. ye may be glad also with exceeding y. 1 John 1. 4. that youry. may be full, 2 John 12.

    3 .John 4. I have no greater.;, than to hear that my Jude 2i. to present you faultless with exceeding y.

    See Gladness. Great JOY. 1 Kings 1. 40. the people rejoiced with great j.

    1 Chr. 29. 9. David the king rejoiced with great j.

    2 Chr. 30. 26. SO there v/nsgreat j. in Jerusalem Neh. 12. 43. G. had made them rejoice with great J. Mat. 2. 10. saw the star, they rejoiced with great j.

    28. 8. went from sepulchre with fear and great j. Luke 2. 10. 1 bring you good tidings of great j.

    24. 52. they returned to Jerusalem with^rea

    15. 3. they caused great j. to all the brethren Philem.1. for we have great j. in thy love

    Shout, or shouted for JOY. Ezra 3. 12. and many shouted aloud /ory. Job 38. 7- and ai! the «ons of God shouted for j. Psal. 5. 11. let those that [lut their trust in thee re- joice ; let them ever ihont for j. .35. 27.

    .32. 11. slioutforj. all ye that are upright in heart

    65. 13. the valleys shout for j. they also sing

    132. 9. and let thy saints shout for j. 10.

    JOY, Verb. Psal. 21. 1. the king shall y. in thi strength Isa. 9. 3. theyy. before thee according to the joy

    65. 19- I 'ivill rejoice andy. in my people Hab. 3. 18. 1 will ;'. in the t^od of my salvation Zeph. 3. 17. he will ;. over thee with singing Rom. 5. 11. but we alsoy. in G. thro' our Lord Jesus Phil. 2. 17. yea, ly. and rejoice with you all 18. for the same cause also do ye j. and rejoice

    1 Thess. 3. 9. for all the joy wherewith wey. lor you

    JO'i'^D.

    2 Cor, 7. 13. the more j. we for the joy of Titus

    JOYFUL.

    1 Kings B. 66. they went to their tentsy. and glad Ezra 6. 22. for the Ixird hath made them ;. Esth. 5. 9. then Haman went forth that day y. Job 3. 7. let noy. voice come therein

    Ps. 5. 11. let them that love thy name be j. in thee .35. 9. and my soul shall bey. inthe Loi-d 63. 5. my mouth shall praise thee with j. lips 66. 1. make ay. noise to (iod, all ye lands 81. 1. make ay. noise to the God of Jacob 89. 15. blessed is the people that know the .;. sound 95. 1. make nj. noise to the rock of our salvation 2. ay. noise to him with psalms, 98. 4. I KX). 1. 98. 6. make nj. noise before the Ixjrdtlie king 8. let the hills be./, together before the Lord 113. 9. the barren to be ay. mother of children 149. 2. let the children of /ion be j. in their king 5. let the saints be j. in glory ; let them sing Eccl. 7. 14. in the day of prosperity be y. but in Isa. 49. 13. sing, O heavens, and bej. O earth 56. 7. 1 will make them y. in my house of prayer 61. 10. my soul slmll bey. in my God

    2 Cor. 7. 4. 1 am exceedingy. in all our tribulation

    JOYFULLY. Eccl. 9. 9- livey. with the wife whom thou lovest Luke 19-6. Zactheus came down and received himy. IJei. 10. 34. ye took /. the spoiling of your goods

    JOYFUL?; ES.S. Deut. 28. 47. because servedstnot the Lord withy. Col. 1. 11. strengthened to long-sutfering withy.

    JOYING. Col. 2. 5. absent, yet am I with you in thespirit,y.

    JOYOU.S. Isa. 22. 2. thou art full of stirs, ay. city

    23. 7- is tliis youry. city, whose antiquity is

    IS

    Isa. .32. 13. on all the houses of joy in they, city Heb, 12. 11. no chastening seemetli to bey.

    IKON Signifies, [1] The metal so called, Deut. 3. 11. [5] An aie, Isa. 10. 31. [3] Insensible hardness, 1 Tim. 4. 2. [4] Hard, dry, and barren, like iroti, Deut. 28. 23. M Unbendahle, Isa. 48. 4. [6] Mifihty and irresistible power, Psal. 2. 9. [7] Fitters, or chains, Psal. I07. 10. [8] It denotes strength, Dan. 2. 33, 41.

    I li O N , Substantive. Num. 35. 16. smite him with an instrument of i. Deut. 3. 11. Og's bedstead was a bedstead of i. 4. iO. Ixrd brought you out of the i. furnace, out of Egypt, 1 Kings 8. 51. Jer. 11. 4.

    8. 9. a land whose stones are /. and out of hills

    28. 23. the earth that is under thee shall be i.\\\\\\\\ 48. put a yoke of i. on thy neck. Jer. 28. 14.

    Josh. 8. 31 . altar of stones, over which no man lift i. 17. 16. C'anaanites have chariots of i. Judg. 1. 19, Judg. 4. .3. had nine hundred chariots of «. 13.

    1 Sam. 17. 7. his spear weighed 60.1 shekels of i.

    2 Sam, 12. 31. under harrov^s of 1. 1 Chron. 20. 3. 23. 7. but the man must be fenced with (.

    1 Kings 6. f. nor any tool of i. heard in the house 22. 11. Zfcdekiah made him horns of i. 2 Chr. 18.10^

    2 Kings 6. 6. and the i. did swim

    1 Chrun. 22. 3. David prepared 1. in abundance

    29. 2. 1 prepared 1. for the things of i. 7. JoA28. 2. i. IS taken out of the earth, and brass

    40. 18. behemoth's bones are like bars of i.

    41. 27. he esteemeth ». as straw, brass as wood Psal. 2. 9. thou Shalt break them with a ro

    105. 18. whose feet they hurt, he was lai

    107. 10. being bound in ;'. i| 16. cut bars of »'.

    149. 8. to bind their nobles with fetters of i. Prov. 27. 17. I. sharpeneth i. so a man his friend E,ccl. 10. 10. if the i. be blunt, and he do not whet Isa. 10. 34. cut down thickets of the forest with i.

    45. 2. I will cut asunder the bars of 1.

    60. 17. for/. I will bring silver, for stones /. Jer. 15. 12. shall «'. break the northern i. and steel ?

    17. 1. the sin of Judah is written with a pen of i.

    28. 13. thou shalt make for them yokes of i. Ezek. 4. 3. take an i. pan, and set it for a wall of i.

    27. 12. Tarshish was thy merchant with «.

    19. Dan and Javan occupied witii bright i. Ban. 2. .33. his legs of «. feet part 1. 34, 41, 42.

    35. then was the 1. and clay broken in pieces 40. the fourth kingdom shall be strong as «.

    7. 19. the fourth beast, whose teeth were of i.

    Amos 1. 3. thresh Gilead with instruments of /.

    itf/c. 4. 13. for I will make thy horn «'. and hoofs

    1 'Tim. 4. 2. their conscience seared with a hot 1. iJet). 2. 27. rule them with a rod of «. 12. 5. I 19. 15.

    9. 9. and they had as it were breastplates of 1.

    See Brass. IKON. Deut. 27. 5. shalt not lift up any i. tool on them Josh. 17. 18. tho' they have 1. chariots, and be strong Job 19. 24. that they were graven with an 1. pen 20. 24. he shall flee from the «'. weapon Isa. 48. 4. thy neck is an i. sinew, thy brow brass Jer. 1. 18. 1 nave made thee this day an «. pillar Ezek. 4. 3. take thou unto thee an 1. pan Dan.1.~. it had great i. teeth, it devoured ' Acts 12. 10. tliey came to the ». gate that leads

    IHONS. Job 41. 7. canst tliou fill his skin with barbed 1. .'

    .IS Signifies, [1] The existence of a person, or thing, 1 tor. 8. 4. Heb. 11. 6. [2] liepresenls, Exod.

    12. 11. Mat. 26. 26, 28. [3] Leads or brings unto, Kom. 6. 23. | 7. 7. [4] Ought to be, or let it be, Heb. 13. 4. [5] Causeth, deserveth, Hom. 8. 6.

    .Job 11. 6. that they are double to that which is Luke 10. 22. who the son is, and who the Father is J()/i« 1. 47. anisraelite indeed, in whom is no guilo 3. 6. born of flesh is flesh, of the Spirit is spirit

    13. but the Son of man which is in heaven 29- he that hath the bride i.f the bridegroom

    4. 23. but the hour cometh, and now is

    7. 27. no man knoweth whence he is

    8. 47. he that i* of God || 18. .37. that is of the truth

    9. 29. we know not from whence he «.f, .30. Acts 4. 24. made the sea, and all that in them is

    17. 19. what new doctrine whereof thou speakest it Iph. 5.17. understanding what the will of Lord is

    2 Thess. 2. 4. above all that is called Ciod, or that

    is worshipped, shewing himself that he is God 1 Tim. 4. 8. having promise of life that now is Heb. 11. 6. must believe he is. and is a rewarder 1 John 3. 2. for we shall see Idm as he is

    3. as he is pure || 4. sui is the transgression of law Pev. 1. 4. which is, was. and is to come, 8. 1 4. 8. 17. 8. behold the beast that was, «J- not, yet is io. and one is and the other is not yet come &«Bktteh,C.hrist,;Clean, Dead, £i>uraim, Foot, Good, Kight.

    IS it. Gen. 19. 20. this city near, is it not a little one .' 32. 29. wherefore is it thou askest after my name

    42. 14. that If it that I spake to you, ve are spies 49. 28. this is it that their fathers spake to them

    Exod. 2. 18. how is it that you are come so soon

    20. why is it that ye have left the man ?

    5. 22. Moses said, why is it that thou hast sent

    32. 18. neither is it the voice of them that cry

    33. 16. is it not in that thou goest with us ? Deut. .3. 11. is it not in Rabhath of Amnion ?

    .30. II . nor is it far off Ij 13. nor is it beyond the sea Judg. 14. 15. to take that we have, is it not so .'

    1 Sam. 9. 20. is it not on thee, and on father's house?

    10. 1 . is it not because the Lord hath anointed 12. 17. is it notwheat-harsest to-day ? 1 will call

    2 Kings 1. 3. is it not liecauseno God in Isr. 6, 16. 4. 26. is it well with thee, is it well with husband 9. 17. and let him say, is it peace, 18, 19, 22. 20. 19. is it not good, if peace be in my days

    1 C'/ir. 21. 17.1*1; not I that commanded the people JoilO.3, is tt good, 13. 9. II 15. 23. saying, where is it

    IS

    Jifb C2. 3. is it any pleasure to the Almighty that Proi\\\\\\\\ 15. C;5. a word iu not yet a very little \\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\ lille, and ],el>anon ."16.7. is it not he wllo^p hiyh places ami altars iti. 5. It it such a l.tst that i have chosen ■ 7. ij- It not to ileal thy hread to the luuiiary ? Jer. 10. 5. neither also i> it in them to i\\\\\\\\o :;0(id J^am. 1. 1'-'. Ij /« iiotlnuL: to voii, all ve that pass by r Dan.X 14. If If true, U Sfiadrach. Meshach : J^m,lS'2. 11. I.'' it not even thus, Ocliikirenol Israel r ..Uic 1. 5. transgression of ,lacob,(V« not Samaiia.' Z. 1. is It not tor vou to know luil^mentr lln/>. C. 13. iV If not ot the Lord otlKsts that people JIiin. 2. 3. li If not in vour eves as noiHnn;.' ' Zec/i. 3. 6. what ;.« it'.' M,:f'. '.t'l. o,'. .M,iri- 14. t"ii. .-iiVi 10. 4. 1 ei. '-•'-'. e Cor. V:. 13. J p'i. 4. '.I. Jifiil. 1. 8. IS it not e il , 3. 14. what pro!}t /,. i; IJat. 12. 10. i.> it lawtul to heal on. J.ni< 14. 3. 16. 11. how is It ve do not understand, Mark ii. CI. ly. 3. Ii It lawtul to put away his wire, Mtiri- 10. 'J. CO. 15. iJ It not lawtul for n'le to do what I will 2C. 17. is it lawful to give tribute to Cesar, or not - M,tri IC. 14. Lu/.f Co. CC. C6. CC. besan to say, Txjrd, r- it 1 r C5. .Vari 14. 10. 6C. what i.« it whicli these witness, -l/(/;X- 14. 6'K Alari- C. y. whether is it easier to say, tiiy sins

    16. how is it that he eatetli with iniblicans .3. 4. i.t It lawful to do i.'Ood on sabbath, I.idrO. 9. 4. 40. he said, how !• it that you have no taith ' y. CI. how lon^ i> It auo since tijis came to him ? 10. C4. hard i.v if for them that trust in riches 11. 17. savin',' to them, I v(r not written. J../i/( 10.34. LiiieQ. 4y. he said to them, how i". i>ye souL'ht me IC. 56. how is it that ve do not discern tins ti:iie .' 16. C. how IV It that I hear this of thee - CC. 64. prophesy, who ij it lliat smote tliee ' Ji'/iii 4. y. how IS It thou brim! a .lew askest of me .' 14. CC. how is it that thou v, lit manitest thyself r Jicts 5. y. how i,> it that ye have a:.'reed t' y'ether CC.C5. I* If lawful fir you to scouriie a Uoman 1 Cor. 6. 5. ;.-' it so, that there is not a wise man y. U. If If a ijreat matter if we reap your carnal 10. 16. IS If not tile communion of bl.'.od of Christ IC. 15. IJ If therefore not of tlie body, Jo. 14. 26. how I.v if-everv one of \\\\\\\\ ou hath a psalm 1 Pit. 2. 2i). what silory i.v if if when ye be buffeted 1 Jt>/in 4. 3. even now already is it in the world

    Jt LS. Gen. 31. CO. if is in the power of my hajid to do liiirt

    41. 16. and .Joseph answered, it i.v not in me Aum. 13. 18. u'O up an

    1 iiam. 3. Ifi. if is the L

    CI. 1. If is for .'''aul and for hi*; bloody house £ Kings 10. 15. is thine heart ri^'iit as inV heart,' it i; 1 CVir. 6. 10. lie if is tliat execureth the priest's otlice

    21. 17. even 1 if is that have sinned, anil done evil Qi'hr,in.5. 9. and tiiere it i^ unto this dav Job 26. 3. how hast thou declared the tlniiL' a.s if is Ps. ?,'). 4. toknowtliemeasureof mv davs wh.iX it is Jer. 30. 7. If IS eve.n the time of lacob's trouble Lam. 3. 22. if I'v of Ixird's mercies not consumed Ezek. 21. 27. till he come whose ri:;ht if iv Mat. 6. 10. will be done on earth, as it i< in heaven

    14.27.ofgooilcheer,if is I . be not afraid,./, /i?( 6.20.

    It). 7. If is because we have no bread, M,iii- i'.. In. Jt'in 1. 27- he if is who coniiii:; alter me is pr- ferred

    1. 22. not because it isof .Moses, Init the fathers

    13. 26. he If IV to wh'im I shall ^i\\\\\\\\e a sop

    14. 21. hath coniniandMienls. he it ivthat lovtth .i^ffi 12. 15. then said thev, if is his aiiuel

    1 Cor. 3. 13. try every man's work, of what sort if is 11. 14. that it a mail have loinr hair if /. a shame

    15. if a woman have Ion;; hair if i,. a lilorv to her

    2 Cor. 5. 13. If IS to (iod, or if we be sober if i.. lor CJal. 4. 2y. but as then, even so if u now

    Col. 1. 6. is come to vou, as if is i;i all the world 2 r/iess. .3. 1. be glorltieil, even as if is with \\\\\\\\ ou Hee Behold, litTTi;!!, Good, WiuTTt.v.

    I.S H(if.

    Gen. .IT.SO.'the child is „vt \\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\ 42. 13. and one iv 7Mf , 3'^

    42. 3c. and .lacob said, loseph is 11. :t. .^imeoii ;,. not 44. 5. tsiwt this it in which 111 v lord drinketh ■

    i'ret'. 4. 14. isi„.f Aarou the l.ewte thv brother - 14. 12. Iv not this the word that we did tell thee ■

    J\\\\\\\\Km. 12. 7. my servant .'\\\\\\\\Ioses 1". )iot .so, who i^ 16. 40. IS >io! of seed of Aaron, come near to ofier C3. 10. CiOil isH,.f a man that he sh

    JJfiif. 11. 10. tie laii.l It H,.f as tlie land of iL-vpt Cy. 15. also with him that is «,.f here this ihty

    31. 17. because our (iod I'v ;,,);■ amonu'St us

    32. 6. is/i,if he thv Father that bom;htthee ' .31. for their rock isi,„f as our nx k

    34. IS not this laiil up in store w ith me > Jill/!/. 4. 14. IS not the Lord -one out before thro ' ly. 12. a city that iv not of the chihlren ot Krael

    1 ■■Sum. 15.20. hei, iwt a man that he should i.-iieut

    20. .37. he cried, is not the arrow bevond thee -

    21. 11. IS H»f this navi.J kiiiL' of the'land - "o •) 5

    2 Sam. 11. 3. it mif this fathsheba wite of I'liaii'- 14. ly. liiMf the hand of .loab with thee in this

    20. 21. and .loab said, the matter is not .so

    23. 17. iv «,.f this the blood of the men that went

    1 h ini/s 8. 4 1 . strauL'er th.it is iief of 1 sr. 2 ( hr. (<. 3"

    2 Kings Ci. 10. this iv not the way, nor this the citv' 32. is not the sound of his master's feet behin'd

    1 Ckron. 22. IB. is not the Lord vour (iod with \\\\\\\\ou eC/iron. 25. 7. for the Lord is not with Israel F.

    21. 16. lo, their izood it not in their hand 22.5. is not thy wickedness i;ieaf and inlliiite f

    12. is iiot Clod in the lieii;ht of heaven ' 2.3.8. behold, 1 eo forward, but he is not there 27. ly. the rich inanopeneth his eves, and he isriof Prov.T. 19. for the ^'ood man is not at home, he is 2.3. 5. wilt thou set thv eyes on that which is not 7. eat, saith he, hut'his heart is not with thee Eecl. 9. 11. J saw tlie race li not to the switt

    IS

    Ts/i. 10.

    17. 14. aud behold, before the mornin;; he is not 55. 2. spend money for that which iv /;ef bread

    Jtr.o. 13. and the word is nt in tiie prc|)hets 8. ly.isHcftlje Lord in /ion, is i/cf her KinuMnher

    10. 16. the p.rtion of .lacob ivHuf like them. 51. 10. 23. I know that tile way of man is n

    2.3. 20. I, «,.f my wsird like as a lire, saith the Lor,! 3il. 5. the kiuu Ii n >• he that can do anv thini; 40. 10. and LsaiiivH.f 51.0. but she iv 'i.f b.ealeri E-.ck. lti.25. .ve say tiie wa\\\\\\\\ of tlie Lord iv „,rf equal.

    Dan.':. 11. thei;od'-, who-e'duVu'iu^ 7>'h f'u iti/liJsli 3 >. as fvr me. this secret ;- not revealeii to iiie

    4. 3i). IS i„.f this :;reat lain Ion. that I havi- built ho,. 2. 2. tor slie /. «cf my wire, nor I herliusliand Mic. 2. 10. arise, nepart. "for this u not ycair rest

    3. 11. vet willt.'iev -a\\\\\\\\ , i- n t the Lord' a;iii.i!-' us Unh.-l. t. his soul whicli is lifted up is not upii^'ln Zec/i. 3. 2. i.v liDf thisa brand plucked out of the bier -iy

    20. 23 on my left, iv not mine to :;ive, Mark lo. 10.

    22. 32. Cod is Hot the C>od of the dead, but of the livim.', Mark 12. 27. Lnkc 20.38.

    24.6. come to pass, but t!ie end is not yet, l.iiks 21.0.

    28. 6. he IS not here for lie is risen. I.uki: 24. 6. l.iHc 6. 40. tlie disciple IV n.t above his master

    22. 27. i> 'lot he that sitteth at meat i;i eater Jolin 3. 18. he that believeth i. not condemned

    5.31. my witness iv not true 0. 16. tins man is i;iif

    11.4. Jesus said, this sickness is in'f unto death

    14. 24. the word which you hear is not mine, 7. 16.

    18. 36. my kim;doni is notot this worlil

    Itom. 2. 28. he is m t a .lew that is one outwardly' 20. whose praisi' is not of men but of t>od 3. 20, IS not he also of the (lentiles. ves, of ticntiles 8. 24. but hope that is sern iv not hope

    14. 17. the knnidom of Clod is not meat and drink 23. for whatsoever u not of failh is sin

    1 Cor. 4. 20. tor the kin^dv>m of (iod is not in word

    6. 13. now the body i-v ii.f for furnivatioii

    7. 15. a brother or sister I V ;i f under bond. ue

    11. 8. bir the man IS K.'f of the woman, but the Co. this is not to cat the Lord's supper

    12. 14. for tile body iv not one member, but many

    13. 4. charitv eiivieth not, is not pufted up

    15. 3J. all tiesh is not the same fltsh, but there is 58. that your lalxiur is not in vain in the Lord

    Gal. 1. 7. which is !i

    2 iVf. 3. 0. the Lord is not slack concernini; his

    1 Jolin 1.8. the truth is?;, in us, 2. 4. 1. M. worvi isn.

    2. 15. the love of tlie Lather i,. not in him 16. is-iief of the 1 ather, but is of the woild

    3. 10. doth not riiihteousness, is «,if of (ioii, 4.3. 0.

    5. 1(']. if brother sin a sin which is not unto death liei. 17. 8. beast thou sawest, was, and is nut, 11.

    It \\\\\\\\S,:ot. Gen. 2. 18. it is not good, Prov. 18. 5. I 25. 27. I C8. 21. Ilos. 8.

    31. 5. that if is n .f towards me as before

    41. 16. If IS mt in me, (Jod shall L'ive an answer l^xod. 8. 26. and .Moses said, if is not meet so to no Diut. .32. 47. tor If IS not a vain thin.' U r vou

    1 Ham. li.O. shall know it isnvt his hand that smote Co. 2. .lonathaii said, dod forbid, it is not so

    Ezra 5. 16. been in building', yet if is ;;ef I'mislied J"AO. .35. 1 would speak, but it is not so with me 28. 14. if is not in me, the sea saith, it is iief with me .35. 15. but now because it iv «i)f so, he hath visited J'lov. 31. 4. If IS not bT kings, U Lemuel, to drink Jtr. 5. 12. It is not he 10. 23. if isiief in man to direct /.-..X. 11. 3. uhich sav, it is not near, let us buil.i .l/«f. Ui. 20. for If i. not ve that speak, but th.e sidrit 13. 11. to vou it is givcii, but to them if IS H,.fmven

    14. 4. it is not law, to have her, 27. 6. Mark 6, 18,

    15. 26, If is not meet to take children's, .l/,irX- 7, 27. 18. 14. even .so 11 is not the w ill of vour I'.tther

    .lets 1. 7. if IS not bir you to know t'hi' times t'j. 2, it is not reasiin that we should leaie the word 22. 22. for it I. not lit that he should live 25. 16. It is Ii, f the maimerof the Komaiis

    Pom. 0. 16, so then it is not of him tli.it w illeth

    2 CiT. 12. 1. If I., not expedient for nieto;jl.ii v

    I S tlure. " ■

    Gon. 31. 11, iv !/,,-rr vet anv portion or inherit. uire / ',1/1.3. 21. wh.it Hod iv tilt-re in he.ivcu , r earili

    4.7, what nation i. fi/crc so rreat. who hath (OmI,!!.

    .5, 2ti. who is til, ro of all llesh that liath heard '

    20, 5. what man is ihore that hath built, 7. 8.

    32, 28. nor iv thoro anv uiidcrslandini; in them .//'«V/.4.20, i.f/„ o aiu' man" 1 I. 3, is

    21 . 5. u ho I. th, ro aiiionu all the tribes of Israel, 8.

    1 .s«/«.2,2. neiil'eriv lloro anv rock like our Ciod 17. 20- an. I David said. ivf/,c,T imt a cause =

    2 .S,i/ii. 7.22. nor i. f , anv ( ;od beshles thee, /sii,44.8. y. 1. is tlore itny that is b-ft of .-saul's house. 3.

    1 A'i;ii/s22. 7. IS tlioro not here a prophet of the Ixird

    besides - 2 Kini/s 3. 11,2 Cliron. 18, 6.

    2 Clir. 20. 6. in thv hand isf, not power and miiiht ■ .36. 23. who ist. amoiiLT vou his people r I'.zra 1, 3.

    ^>ll. 6. ll.andwhoi. tlurc belugas I am wouldgo J:l) 6, 30. is tlioro iifaiuitv in niv toiiL'iie, 33. 0.

    15. II. ii f/iiT, an \\\\\\\' secret tliimrwith thee' P.'a/. 30, y, what prolit ist. in mv blood when! sro Prov. 17. 16. IS till re a price in the hand of a fool y'rc/. 1. 10, isf/(,r, anvtim.g where. if it ma v be said

    5, 11, what ^00.1 IS tliore to the owiieis thereof ha. C.7.nor i> f/it/'t' any end of their treasures, nor is till n: anv end of their chariots

    44, 10. nor is there knowledge to sav, I have burnt

    CO. nor sav, istlirrr not a lie in mv riuht hand '

    Jer.n. C2, is t. no balm in (Jilea.l, iVi, no plnsician

    .'iC. 27. 1 am \\\\\\\\md.is t. anv thing loo har.l'bir me

    .37. 17. asked him, is there anv word Irom the Lord i^iii. 12. 11. is f/i(irini(iuitv iii Cilea.l.surelv vanity .■;"iui6. 10. i. f.yet any with thee, ye shall iay, no Mat.'t. y.whatmauii r/nrcof yoij, whomif iiisson

    IT

    Acts 4.12. nor is there salvation in any otlicr, for no Pom. 3. 1. what protit is there of circumcision ? y. 14. Is there unri:;hteousness with God .'

    'Ihtre IS. Lev. 14. .35. there it Ai it were a plague in the house .\\\\\\\\hm. 11. 6. there is notiiiu-' at ..li besiites luaima Dtui.:',:. 0.1. 1 am he. andf/.c.» i- no i:od with iiie Jiula. V.K ly. yet f/../t i. boiji straw ami pn. vender

    21. 10, there ly a least of the Lor.l in .^hiloli

    1 Sam. 14, li. ti.r there is no restraint to the Lord 17. 46, may know that f//fVf i- a I. Oil in Israel 2.1, 3. there is but a step between me and death 21. then come tiiou, for there is peace t.) thee 1 A ings 5. 4. there is neither a.lvers try nor evil 8. 23, f , Is no (iod like tf.ee in heaven, 2 Chr. 6. 14. 46. Ill, re is no man that siuneiii not. 2 t hr. 6. 3'). 14. 2. behohl thert it Ahijah the prophet who t. Id

    1 A inijs 22.;;.f . is yet one n:an. M icaiah son of 1 m lah

    2 h'injso. 8. he siiall kno.v t. is a prophet in Israel Ezra 10.2. yet there is hope in Israel, Job 11. 18. J.sth. 3. 8, there isn certain people scattered

    Jo/i ly. 20. that ye may know there is a judgment

    22. 20, then tlio.i shalt say, there is lifting iip 32, 8. but there is a spirit in man, the inspiration

    P.'al. 14. 1. tlie fool hath said, there is no G. 53. 1.

    10. 11. in keiping them there i- ;;reat rew-ard 3L 0. there is no want to them that fear him

    46. 4. there is a river whose streams make i;lad 58. 11. verily f/ifOf is a reward for the rii;hteou3 t")8. 27. th,re IS little Leiijamin with their ruler 14ii. 3, put not trust in man. in whom f, is no help

    I'rjv. 11. 24. there is that scattereth, vet increaseth

    13. 7. there is that maketh himself rich, yet hath

    14. 0. but amoni; the ri.;hteoiis there is favour 12. f. is a way tliatseemetli riiihttoaman, 16.25. 23. in all labour th. is prolit 23. 18. th. is an end

    30. li. there is ,i generation that curscth, 12, 13, 14. 1-cel. 3. L to every tiiiii:: th. iv a season, and a time

    7. 15. fill It is a just man. tlore i< a w ickeil man

    8, 4. where the weird of a kiii^ is. f/i. re is power

    16. there is tliat neither day imr night seetli sleep y.2.f'i,i-c IS one event. 4. bir to him there is hope

    /'«. 43. 11. and hesi.ies me tlure it \\\\\\\\Yi .Saviour 4L 6. and beside me there is no (iod, B. I 45. 5.

    47. 1. f. IS n.' throne, daii^iiterof the (. lialdeans 4ii, 22, t. is no peace to wicked. 57. 21. Jtr. 6. 14. i*K 2, because f, iv no water 53.2. f. ivno beauty Iu. 1.1. saidst n.it. f. IS no hope, Jer. 2. 25. 1 18. 12.

    J,r.:)\\\\\\\\. X't.t.i' hope in thy end .3?. 1*. he said, f. i.i /.':tX-. 22. 25. t'o re is a c.'iispiracy of her prop'hets 32. 21. th. IS Llam 2'.i. th,re is Ldom. her kings 34. 5. w ere scattered, beca.ise there is no shepherd i'dii. 2. 28. there is a (iod that revealeth secrets ,5. 11. tlitre is a man in thy kin^'dom in whom is Jios. 4. 1. because there i- no truth nor mercy Sah. 3. 10. t. IS no healing of thy bruise, thy wound Mat. 22. 23. the Saddocees, who sav, there is no resurrection, Mark 12. 18. "l C«r. 15. 12. Mark 10. IS!, there is none good but one, that is Gocl J.nke 14. 22. and yet f. is room :i 15. lo. f. isjov in John 8. 44. because f/;crt' is no truth in him

    11. 10. he stuiniileth, because f. is no !i:;ht in him 1 C'er, 3, 3. there is among you envyin;; an.l stiite

    5. 1. it is reported t/iere it fornication ainoUL' vou 8. 6. but to us there is but one (>oil. the Lather

    15. 44. f. is a natural body, f. is a spiritual tioily (■ii/. 5. 23. temperance. aLiainst such there is no law Col. .3, 25. an i there is no I'e-pei t of iiersons

    1 John 4. 18. there is no fear in love, but perfe, t love 5, 16, fX. eii.'asinumoiieath, 1 do 11,. t say he shall

    17. and ihire is a sm not unto de.ilh

    .it,- No.m:. O.m:,

    Ehere Is not.

    Gen. 47. 18. there is not oui;ht hit in siL:ht of mv lor.l

    2.S/1/I!. 13, 30, slain thekin:j's soils. / 1. iv ;i,'f oiie left

    1 h'in/jsD. 6. th. isn. anKiin; us thatcan skill tohew

    2 Kini/s 1. 3. not because thi.e is not a (iod in

    Israel. 6. 19. 3. to birth, anil th. it ii.f strength to bring foitli J^ h 41., 33. upon earth th,re is lot his like Peel. 4,8. there is one alone, an.l there is iief spcon.l Cant. {).(i. and fXt',v is not one barren amonu them Luke 7. 28. there it not a greater prophet than lohn

    1 Cor.Ci. 5. thatf/i, It- is ii.f a wise man amomjst vou 8. 7. there is not in everv maiitli.it kiiowie liie"

    ISL.ANO, cVc. .S:' alter lo .NOK.iM-LV. 1S.>LK signifies. [H .; passaae. -..av, orovtiet. rsal.(\\\\\\\\8. 00. [2] I hilar, n .rpost,rri/. (,eii. l!'., 6. [s] .; jlm or rnnnina. Lev. 12. 7. [4] .S,,/, V.r.ok. 23. 2o. 151 /„ sirina or pro,;,, I from. 2 Kiiius 20. 18. [6] To .tlor. I'.zek. 47. 8. "[71 To eome forth has- till/ and violenllii. .losli. 8. 22.

    IS.^IT, .^uhslanti-.e.

    Gen. 48, 6. thv i. which thou b.-eett, =t after them

    Etv. 12. 7. the i. of her bl,....l, l.".. 2,-.. l/,if. 0, ..'o.

    Mark 5. 25. / «X, n. 43, 44,

    15, 2. riiimim: i, 3, I 22. 4, 15. 8. hath the'i. ■.'8,

    2 Sam. 3. 2", tn.m the house, .f .loab, one hath an i. /.«. 22. 21. sliall hall- on him the ,>tfsi.riiig and i. Pz,k. 2:i. 2'. \\\\\\\\vli,i~e i. is like tin- 1. ot horses

    Mat. 22. 25. haviuL' n.> i. lett his uiie

    l.>Sl 1:. 2 A'i7;,,-s20. 18, thvs.insth.it /, ti-.MU thee. Tv,!, 30,7. /J:tX.'47. 8. these "waters 1. t.iw.inl the east country

    LssLl'I). J,ith. a. 22, other i, out of the cite aL-ainst them .1,'h :i8, 8. break t'ortli as if it i, out of the womb y.:,-X, 47, 1. watiis I. troin uiid.r th.' tlireshol.l

    12. because their wat,-rs i. out of the sanctuary I Ian. 7, pi. ,(li,-rv stream i. and came forth Lev. o, 17, aii.i o'ut of their mouths i, lire. 18.

    |s-l LS, Psal. 6,'!. 20. to God beLiig the i. from death Prov. 4. 2.i. keep heal t, tor out of it are the i. of li(« II. ■ ^

    Pre;-. 4.23. keep heirt, tor out or if are issues of Iiie Pa. Ii, 13. in If shall b,- a tenth, ami if shall retiun 7. 7, thus saith il„- LonI, if shall not .staml 11, |.i, t,. It siiall the (.entiles seek, and his rest .30, 21. a w.Til. sayiin.', this, is the way, walk iu it 51. y. art tliuu uot it that liatll cut Kahabr

    2.M

    JUD

    Isa. 51 . 10. art thou not it which hatli dried t!ie sea ? See Bettek, Good, Written, Self.

    ncii.

    Deui. C8. 27. tlie Lord will smite thee witli the i.

    ITCHING. S Tim. 4. 3. shall they hHap teachers having i. ears

    JUDGE Signifies, [1] Ta try and determine a cause, Exod.

    18. 13. 1 Cor. 6. 2. [2] liightly to understand and discern, I t.'or. 2. 15. [.'5] 'i'o censure rash ty. Mat. 7. 1. 1 Cor. 4. 3. [4] To proceed against. Acts 24. 6. [5] To esteem or reckon. Acts Ifi. 15. [6J To rule and govern, Psal. 67- 4. Heb. 10. 30. [7] To punish, Ezek. 7. 3, 8. Heb. 13. 4. It is spoken, (I) Of God, Gen. 18.

    25. Heb. 12. 23. (11) ilf Chrtst, Acts JO. 42. (Ill) Of men called gods, Psal. 82. 1, 6. [1] Ordinary.Veat. 1.16. [2] Eitraordmary,i\\\\\\\\i

    JUDGE, Substantive. Oen. 18. 25. shall not the J. of all the earth do right ly. 9. this one fellow tame, and will needs be a >. F.xod. 2. 14. made thee a>. over lis. Acts 7. 27, 35. Dent. 17. 9. come to the j. that shall be in those da^'S 12. the man that will not hearken to thej.

    25. 2. that the^. shall cause him to lie down Judg. 2. 18. then the Lord w as with the j.

    19. thej. was dead, they corrupted themselves

    11. 27. the Lord the J. be J. this day between

    1 Sam. 2. 25.if aman sin, thej. shall judge him

    S Sam. 15. 4. Absalom said, O that I were made j. Job 9. 15. I would make supplication to iny j.

    23. 7. I should be delivered for ever from my j. 31.28. an iniquity to be punished by thej.

    Psal. 7. 1 11. God is a rigliteous J. and is angry

    50. 6. heavens declare, for God \\\\\\\\sj. himself, selah (58. 5. a. J. of the widow s || 75. 7. God is the j.

    94. 2. lilt up thyself, thou J. of the eartli, render ]sa. 3. 2. doth take away from Jerusalem thej. Arrwsl.^.i willcutoff the j. from the midst thereof Mtc. 5. 1. they shall smite the,;', of Israel with a rod

    7. 3. prince asketli, and Vnej. asketh for a reward A/a<.5. 25. the adversary deliver thee to the,;, the j. deliver thee to the officer, Luke 12. 58. Liikel'Z. 14. man, who made me aj. over you ?

    18. 2. savins, there was inacity,aj. feared notG. 6. the Lord said, hear what the unjust j. saith

    Acts 10. 42. of God to be the j. of quick and dead 18. 15. for I will be no^. of such matters

    24. 10. hast been of many years -Aj. of this nation

    2 T/m.4.8. the Lord the righteous j. shall give me Heb. 12. 23. ye are come to God the J. of all Jam. 4. 11. thou art not a doer of the law, but aj.

    5. 9- behold, the J. standeth before the door

    J UDGE, Verb, applied to God and Chri.st. Gen. 16. 5.j. between me and thee, 1 Sam. 24. 12,15.

    31. 53. the God of their father j. betwixt us KsoJ. 5. 21 . they said, the Lord look on you and j. Deut. 32. 36. for the Lord shall>. his people, Psal. 50. 4. 1135. 14. heb.W.-M. 1 Sam. 2. 10. the Lord shall j. the ends of the earth

    24. + 15. the Lord J. me out of thy hand 1 A'inffj8. 32. hearand>. thy servants, 2 CAr. 6. 23.

    1 CAr.16.33. cometh to j. the earth, Ps. 'Jl5. 13. 1 98.9.

    2 Chron. 20. 12. O our God, wilt thou not /. them .' Job <;2. 13. say est, can he j. throush the dark cloud ? Psal. 1. 8. the Lord shall j. tlie people righteously,

    9. 8. 1 50. 4. I 96. 10. 10. 18. y. the fatherlessandpoor,a2. +3. /io. 11.4.

    26. l.j. me, O Lord, 7. 8. (35. 24. | 43. 1. j 54. 1.

    Lam. 3. 59. 8-2. 8. arise, O God, j. the earth : thou shall inherit 96. 13. he shall j. the world with righteousness, 98.9. Acts 17.31. 110. 6. he shall.;, among the heathen F.ccl. 3. 17. (iod shall j. the righteous and wicked Isa. 2. 4. and he shall j. among the nations 3. 13. the Lord standeth to j. the people 11.3. he shall notj. after the sight of his eyes

    51. 5. and mine arm shall j. the people

    Xhek. 7. 3. and will j. thee accoi efing to thy ways 34. 17. behold I j. between cattle aiid cattle Joel :i. 12. there will 1 sit to j. the heathen Mic. 4. 3. he shall j. among many people Join 5. .30. as 1 hear 1 j. my judgment is just 8. 15. 1 j. no man || 16. and yet if 1 j.

    26. I have many things to say and to.;', of you

    12. 47. 1 j. him not, 1 came not to j. the world Jlom. 2.M6. when (Jod shall 7. the secrets of men

    3. 6. for then how shall Go. and avenge our blood

    19. 11. in righteousness he dothj. and make war

    ■Ve further, 1 uiV/ Judge. JUDGE, applied to Man, or other things. Cen, 31. .37. that they may ^^ betwixt us l)oth 49. IG. Dan shall j. his people as one of the tribes i'jorf. 18. 13. that Moses sat to j. the people 16 they come, Ij. between one and another

    22. but every small matter they shall >.

    Lev. 19. 15. in riiihteousness shalt thou j. thy neiahbour. Vent. 1. 16. 1 16. IH. l^um. .3.5. 24. the congregation j. between the slayer Deut. 25. 1. come.that the judges may.;. them 1 Sam. '2. 25. if a man sin, the judge shall j. him

    8 5. thou art old, make us a king to >. us, 6.20. 1 Kinq% 3. 9. give an understanding heart to j. w ho IS able to J. this great peopled 2 Chron. 1. 10.

    7. 7. a porch for the throne where he might j. S Chron. 1. 11. thattliou mayestj. my people

    19. 6. for jej. not for man, but for the Ix)rd JCtra 7. 25. set judges which may j. all the people P'al. 58. 1. do ye>. uprishtly, O ye sons ot men r

    72. 2. he shall j'. thy people with righteousness 4. he shall j'. the poorot the people, Prov. 31. 9.

    82. 2. how lung will yej. unjustly, and accept Jsa. 1. Yt.j. the fatherless, plead for the widow

    23. theV J. not the fatherless, Jer. 5. 28.

    5. 3. >. I pray you betwixt me and my vineyard Jer. 21. t 12. j". judgment, Zech. 7. t 9. 1 8. + 16. £uk. 20. 4. wilt thou j, them, son of man ? 22. 2. ..256

    JUD

    Eiek. 23. 24. and thev shall/, thee, 45. 1 24. 14. :i6. son of man, wilt j. Aholah and Aholibali ? 44. 24. they shall j. it according to my judgments Obad. 21. saviours come toj. the mount of Esau Mic. 3. 11. the heads thereof /. for reward Zech. 3. 7. then thou shalt alsoj. my house Mat. 7. l.j. not that ye be not judged

    2. for with what judgment ye >. Luke 6. .37. Luke 12. 57. yea, and why j. ye not what is right ? John 7. 24. J. not according to the appearance," but

    j. righteous judgment

    51. doth our law j. any man before it hear

    8. 15. ye 7. after Hesh || 12. 48. same shall/, him

    18. 31. take and j. him according to your law Acts 4. 19. j. ye || 13. 46. >. yourselves unworthy

    2.t. 3. for sittest thou to j. me after the law i Horn. 2. 27. uncircumcision if it fulfil the law,/, thee

    14. 1 1. not to /. his doubtful thoughts

    3. j. him that eatetli || 10. why /. thy brother 13. let us not/, one another, but/, this rather

    1 Cor. 4. 3. I /. not myself, i| 5./. not, before time

    5. 12. what have I to do to /. them that are with-

    out, do ye not/, them that are within '

    6. 2. do ye not know the saints shall /. the world ■ 3. know ye not that we shall /. angels ? 4.setthein to/, who are least esteeined in church 5. shall be able to/, between his brethren

    10. 15./. ye what 1 say, || 11. 13./. in yourselves

    11. 31. for if we would/, ourselves, we should

    14. 29. let tlie prophets speak, and the other/.

    2 Cor. 5. 14. because we thus/, that if one died Col. 2. 16. let no man therefore/, you in meat Jam. 4. 11. but if thou /. the law, thou art not

    J ai// J UDGE. 1 Sam. 3. 13. 1 told that 1 will j. his house for ever Psal. 75. 2. when shall receive, / viill j. uprisihtly Ezek. 7. 3. — /. according to thy ways, 8. 27. || 33. 20.

    11. 10. I will j. you in tlie border of Israel, 11. 16. .38. I Kill j. thee as women that break wedlock

    18. 30. therefore laill j. you, O house of Israel

    21. 30. 1 will j. thee in the place where thou wast

    34. 20. I, even 7, -uillj. Iietween fat cattle, 22.

    Hill /JUDGE. Gen. 15. 14. the nation they shall serve — /. Acts 7.7. Luke 19. 22. out of thine own mouth atll Ij. tliee

    JUDGED. Gen. 30. 6. God hath /. me and heard my voice Eiod. 18. 26./. the people, small matter they/. Judg. 3. 10. Olhniel /. || 4. 4. Deborah /. Israel

    10. 2. J'ola/. II 3. Jair/. || 12. 7. Jephthah/.

    12. 8. Ibzan/. || 11. Elon/. || 14. Abdon/. Israel

    15. 20. Samson/. Israel twenty years, 16. 31. liuthl. + 1. when judaes/. there was a famine

    1 Sam. 4. 18. Eli/. || 7. 6. Samuel/. Israel, 15, 16, 17.

    2 Sam. 18. 1 19. the I^ord/. him from his enemies

    1 Kings 3. 28. heard the judgment the king had/.

    2 Kings 23. 22. from the days of the judges tliat/. Psal. 9. 19. let the heathen be /. in thy sight

    .37. .33. not condemn him when he is/.

    109. 7. when he shall be /. let him be condemned Jer. 22. 16. he /. the cause of the poor and needy Ezek. 16. 38. as women that shed blood are /.

    52. thou aly who hast /. thy sisters, bear shame 2(i. 23. and the wounded shall be/, in her

    35. 11. make myself known, when I have/, thee

    36. 19. according to their doings I /. them Dan. 9. 12. and against our judges that /. us A/a/. 7.1. that ye be not/. II 2.shallbe/. LukeC.SJ. Luiei. 43. he said to him, thou hast rightly ;. John 16. 11. the prince of this world is/.

    Acts 16. 15. if ve have/, me to be faithful

    24. 6. we would have/, according to our law

    25. 9. there be /. of these things before me, 20. 10. Paul said, I stand, where I ought to be /.

    26. 6. and am ;. for the hope of the promise Earn. 2. 12. shall be/, by the law. Jam. 2. 12.

    3. 4. thou mightest overcome when thou art/.

    7. why yet am 1 also/, as a sinner?

    1 Cor. 2. 15. yet he himself is/, of no man

    4. 3. a small thing that 1 should be/, of you

    5. 3. I have/, already, as though I were present

    6. 2. and if the world shall be/, by you

    1(1. 29. for why is my liberty /. of another man's

    11. 31. if we would judge we should not be/. 32. when we are /. we are chastened of the Lord

    14. 24. he is convinced of all, he is .;. of all Heb. 11. 11. because she/, him faithful who had 1 Pet. 4. 6. they might be/, according to men Eev. 11. 18. time of the dead, that they should be/.

    16. 5. art righteous because thou hast.;, thus

    19. 2. righteous, for he hath/, the great whore

    20. 12. the dead were /. out of those things

    13. were /. every man according to his works J UDG ES. Eiod. 21. 6. his master sliall bring him to the/. C2. and he shall pay as the /. determine

    22. 8. then the master shall be brought to the/. 9. the cause of both shall come before the/.

    + 28. thou shalt not revile the/. Kurn. 25. 5. ]\\\\\\\\loses said to the /. slay each his men Deut. 1. )6. I charged your/, at that time, saying 16. 18./. shalt thou make in all thy gates 19. 17. both the inen shall stand before priests and/. 18. the/, shall make diligent inquisition 21.2. thy eiders and thy /."shall come forth

    25. 1. tliey come that the /. may judge them .32. 31. even our enemies themselves being/.

    Jcsb. 8. 33. their.;', stood on this side the ark

    23. 2. Joshua called for their heads and/. 24. 1. Judg. 2. 16. the l.ord raised up/, who delivered, 18.

    17. they would not hearken to their/. liuth 1. 1. when the/, ruled a famine was

    1 .Sam. 8. 1. he made his sons/, over Israel, 2.

    2 ."ium. 7.11. 1 commanded /. to be over my people 2 A'/7;

    1 Chr. 17. 6. S[iake 1 a word to any of the /. 10. 23. 4. and six thousand were officers and /.

    26. 29. Chenaniah and his sons were for/.

    2 Chron. 1. 2. then Solomon spake to the/. 19. 5. he set /. in f lie land || 6. said to the /.

    E-ra 7. 25. set.;, which may judge the people 10. 14. and 'nitbtbem tiie /. ot every city

    - JUD

    Job 9. 24. he covercth the face of the /. thereof 12. 17. and he maketh the/, fools

    31. 11. it is an iniquity to lie punished by the/. Vsal. 2. 10. be instructed ye/, of the earth

    109. + 31. to save him from the /. of his soul 141. 6. when/, are overthrown iu stony places '148. 11. princes, and all/, of the earth Prov. 8. 16. by me princes rule, anil all /. of earth Isa. 1. 26. I will restore thy/, as at the first

    40. 23. he maketh the /. of the earth as vanity Dan. 3. 2. >. ebuchadnezzar sent to gather the/. 3.

    9. 12. his words against our/, that judged us Hos. 7. 7. and they have devoured their/.

    13. 10. where are thy/, of whom thou saidst Zeph. 3. 3. her/, are evening wolves, they gnaw A/a<..]2. 27. they shall be your/. Luke 11. 19. Acts 13. 20. and after that he gave to them /. Jam. 2. 4. and arc become /. of evil thoughts

    JUDGE.ST. Psal. 51. 4. thou mightest be clear when thou /. Jer. 11. 20. Lord of hosts, that/, righteously Rom. 2. 1. O man, whosoever thou art that/. 3. O man, that/, them which do such things

    14. 4. who art thou that/, another man's servant.' Jam. 4. 12. who art thou that/, another

    JUDGETH. Job 21. 22. seeing he /. those that were high '

    .36. 31. for by tliem/. he the people Psal. 7. 11. GojI/. the righteous, is angry with

    58. 11, verily he is a God that/, in tlie eartli

    82. 1. in congregation of migtity, he /. among gods Prov. 29. 14. the king that faithfully /. the poor John 5. 22. for the Lather/, no man, but hath

    8. 50. there is one that/. ll 12. 48. one that/, him 1 Cor. 2. 15. he that is spiritual/, all things

    4. 4. but he that/, me is the Lord

    5. 13. but them that are without, God/. Jam. 4. 11. he that/, his brother,/, the law

    1 Pet. 1. 17. who w ithout respect of persons j. 2. 23. but committed himself to him that/.

    liev. 18. 8. for strong is the Lord that/, her

    JUDGING. Gen. 30. -t 6. Rachel called his name,/.

    2 Kings\\\\\\\\5.5. j.ihe peopleof the land, 2 C/ir. 26.21. Psal. 9. 4. thou sattest in the throne /. right

    Isa. 16. 5. he shall sit/, and seeking judgment Mat. 19. 28. /. the twelve tribes, Luke 22. 30.

    JUDGMENT Signifies, [1] The sentence, or decision of a judge, 1 Kings 3. 28. [2] The spirit of wisdom and pru- dence, enabling to know and discern right from wrong, and good from evil, Psal. 72. 1. [3] Thuie remarkable punishments, which God inflicts upon people for their sins and transgressions, Prov. 19. 29. Ezek. 30. 14. [4] The spiritual covernmeTit of the world, which is committed by God the lather to^ Christ the Mediator, and which he maneiges with a pefect rectitude and equity, John 5. 22. 19. .39. [5j Those ajffiictio^is and chastisements which God brings upon his children for their trial and instruction, 1 Pet. 4. 17. [0] God's merciful mo- deration in chastising his people, Jer. 10. 24. [7] The solemn action and trial at the great and last day, Eccl. 12. 14. Jude 6. [8] 'Jhe righteous statutes and commandments of God, Psal. 119. 7,

    20. [9] The punishment i?iflicted on Christ for our sins, Isa. 53. 8. [10] The doctrine of the gos- pel, or God's word. Mat. 12. 18. Pial. 119. 7, 20. ill] Justice and equity, Isa. 1. 17. Luke 11. 42. [12] The deliverance and vindication of mankind from the power and tyranny of the devil, John 12, 31. [13] God's decrees and purposes concerning nations or persons, Rom. 11. 33. [14] The sen- terue of damnation upon the wicked, and of absolu- tiin in favour of the godly, }ufie 15. IJ5] Courts of judgment. Mat. 5. 21. [16] Differences and controversies to be decided, 1 (-or. 6. 4. [17] Sen- timent, or opinion. 1 Cor. 1. 10. [18] Advice, 1 Cor. 7. 25. [19] Tlie gospel, or kiiiydcm of grace. Mat. 12. 20.

    Gen. 30. t 21. Leah called her name/. Exod. 12. 12. against the go

    23. 2. to decline after many, to w rest/. 6. 28. 15. thou shalt make the breast-plate of/.

    29. Aaron bear names in breast-plate of/. 30. Ai/;n. 27. ] 1. to Israel a statute of/. .35. 29.

    21. after the/, of trim before the Lord

    Deut. 1. 17. not afraid of man, for die /. is God's

    10. 18. he doth execute the /. of the fatherless

    16. 18. they shall judge the people with just/. 19. not wrest/. || 17. 11. according to the/.

    17. 9. they shall shew tliee the sentence ofj.

    24. 17. thou shalt not pervert the /. of the stranger 25. 1. be a controversy, and they come unto /. 27. 19. cursed be he that perverteth/. of stranger

    32. 4. for all his ways are /. ; a Go

    41. if my hand fake hold on/. I will render Ju.y/i. 2(1. 6. stand before the congregation for/. Judg. 4. 5. Israel came up to Deborah for/.

    1 Sam. 8. 3. his sons tofik bribes and perverted /.

    2 Sam. 8. 15. David executed/. 1 Chron. 18. 14.

    15. 2. when any man came to the king for/. 6.

    1 Kings's. 11. hast asked understanding todiscernj. 28. all Israel heard of the/, the king judged

    7. 7. the porch of/. || 20. 40. so shall thy /. be

    2 Kings 25. 6. took the king and gave/, upon him 2 Chron. 19. 8. chief of fathers for /. of the Lord

    20. 9. when evil cometh on us as tlie sword, /. 22. 8. when Jeliu was executing/, on Ahab

    24. 24. so they executed/, against Joasli Ezra 7. 26. let /. he executed speedily on hira E.tlh. 1. 13. towards all that knew law and/. Ji'b 8. 3. doth Go

    9. 19. if I speak ofj- II 19- 7. but there is no/. 19.29. that ye may know there isa/. .32. 9. neither do the aged understand/. .34. 4. let us choose to lis/, know what is good 12. neither will the Almighty pervert/. 3.5. 14. vet/, is before him. trust in him 36. 17. thou hast fulfilled the /. of the wicked,/, and justice take bold on Uiec

    JUD

    f'snt. 7. 6. awake for me to the j. thou hast comm.

    9. *. he hath prepared his throne tor 7.

    8. shall minister J. to the people iu rishteousness 16. the l.onl is known hy thej. he executeth

    3{. o. he lovetli risihteoiisiipss ami j. .'J?. ^8. :i7.6. he shall bring torth thy 7. as the uoon-day *). and his tongue talkethofj. 7?. 2. and he shall juiij;e thy poor with j. 76.8. thou didst {-ause 7. to be heard from heaven

    9. when God arose to j. to save the meek of the

    caith 89. 14. justice and j. are the habitation, 97- "• 94. 15. butj. shall return to righteousness 99. 4. the king's strength 'Asa lovetli j. thou exe- cutest^'. and righteousness in.lacob 101. 1. Twill sing of mercy and J. to thee, O l^ird ll«. 0. Lord executeth J. tor the oppressed, 146. 7- 106. :?. blessed are they that keep j. 30. then Phinehas stood up and executed j.

    111. 7- the works of his hands are verity and J.

    112. t 5. he will guide his affairs with >. 119. 66. teach me goodj. and knowledge

    121. I have done >. and justice : leave me not 149. O Lord, quicken me according to thy j.

    122. 5. for there are set thrones of./.

    149. 9. to execute upon them the j. written ProvA. .■!. to receive the instruction of wisdom and j.

    2. 8. he keepeth the paths ofj. and preservetli 9. then shalt thou understand j". and equity

    A. 20. 1 lead in the midst of the i)aths of.;.

    1:1. 2.1. there is that is destroyed for want Of j.

    17. 2.3. takcth a liiftto pervert tl)e ways ofj.

    19. 28. an unsroclly witness scornelli ;'.

    Cli. 8. a kiuL' thatsitteth in the throne of.;.

    28.5. evil men understand notj. but they that seek

    29. 4. the king by j. establisheth the land

    26. every man's .;'. cometh from the I/ird .31.5. nor pervert the.;', of any of the afilicted

    F-ccl. 3. 16. I saw under the sun the place of;". 5. 8. if thou seest violent pervertmg oS j. and

    justice

    8. 5. and a wise man discerneth both time and j.

    6. because to every purpo.se there is time and j. hn. ]. 17. seek j. ||21. it was full ofj.

    27. Zion shall be redeemed with j.

    4. 4. shall have piirired Jerusalem by the spirit ofj.

    5. 7. and looked for j. Il 16. 5. seeking j.

    9.7. and to establish it with j. and with justice

    10. 2. to turn aside the needy from ;'.

    16. 3. execute j. Jer. 21. 12."l 22. 3.' Etek. 18. 8. 1 45.9. Zec/i.1.9. 18.12.

    58. 6. for a spirit ofj. | 17. 1 will lay j. to the line ;{0. 18. will have mercy, tor the Lord is a God ofj. .32. 16. then j. shall dwell in the wilderness 33.5. Ixjrd liatli tilled Zicm with j. and righteousn. .34. 5. anil upon the people of my curse to j.

    40. 14. and who taught him in the path of j..'

    41. 1. let us come near together to j.

    42. 1. he shall bring forth j. to the Gentiles

    3. he shall hrins forth j. unto truth

    4. he shall not fail, till he have set j. in the earth 53. 8. he was taken from prison and iroui j.

    56. 1. keep vej. and do justice, ILk. 12. 6.

    59. 8. an(f there isno j. in their goings

    9. therefore is j. farfromus. neither doth justice

    11. we look for j. but there is none

    14. j. is turned away backward, and justice

    15. it displeased him that there was no j, 61. 8. 1 the Lord love j. 1 hate robbery

    Jer. 5. ]. if there be any that executeth.;'.

    4. they know not the j. of their God, 8. 7.

    5. they have known the j. of their God

    7. 5. if ye thoroughly execute j. between a man

    9. 24. which exercise j. and righteousness in earth

    10. 24. correct me, but with j. not in thine anger 21. 12. execute j in the morniu!.', and deliver hiin 23. 5. branch shall execute j. in the earth, 33. 15. 26. t U. the j. of death is for this man

    .39. 5. to HihUh, where he gavej. upon him, 52. 9.

    48. 21. and j. is come upon the plain country 47. thus far is the j. of Moab

    49. 12. they wliosej. was not to drink of trie cup 51. 9. torsake her, for her j. reacheth unto heaven

    Mzei. 23. 10. for thev had executed j. on her C4. I will set j. be'fore them, they shall judge

    Dau. 4.37. king of heaven, all whose ways are j. 7. 10. j. was set 1126. but the ;'. shall sit 22. j. was given to the saints of the most High

    Iliis.n. 1. five ye ear, for j. is toward you 10.4. thus j. springeth upas hendock in the field

    Amos 5. 7. ye who turn j. into wormwood 15. love the good, and establish j. in the gate 24. but let j. run down as waters and righteousn. 0. 12. for ye have turned ;'. into gall

    RJic. 3. 1. is it not to know j. || 8. I am full ofj. 9. that ablior j. H 7. 9. HUd execute j. for me

    HaS. 1. 4. law is slacked, /. doth never go forth

    7. their.}, shall proceeil of themselves

    12. O lord, thou hast ordained them for;'. Zep/i. 2. 3. all ye which have wrought his j.

    3. 5. every morning doth he brim: j. to light Mai. 2. 17. yet ve sav, where-is the GihI ofj. ' Mai. 5. 21 . shall he ill dansier of the 7. 22. 7. 2. with what j. ye judge, ye shall be judged 12. 18. he sliall shew j. to the Gentiles 20. till he send forth.;, unto victory 23. 23. and have duiittedj. mercy, and faith J.iiAe 11, 4'J. and pass over J. and the love of God Jv/iH 5. 2'.'. hut hath committed all J. to the Son 27. hath given liiui authority to execute J. also 7. 24. not to ap|)earaiue, but judife righteousj. 9. .39. fnrj. 1 am come into this world 12. 31. now is the ). of this world, now shall 16.8. he will reprove the world of .j. 11. yictt 8. 33. in his humiliation hisj. was taken away 24.25. as he reasoned of.;. I'elix trembled 25. 15. the lews ilesirin;; to have./, against him _t 21. Paul appealed to the./, of Ausiustus Jio/n. 1.1 CH. (J.uave them over to a mind void ofj. 32. who knowing the j. of God, that they which e. 2. are sure that thej. of G. is according to truth 3. thinkest tliat thou shalt escape theJ. of God .'

    JUD

    Pom. 2. 5. and revelation of the righteous j. of God

    3. t 19. \\\\\\\\yorld may be subject to thej. of God 5. 16. for the j. was by one to condemnation

    18. j. came on all men to condemnation

    1 Cor. 1. 10. but be joined toaether in the same j.

    4. 3. that I should be judged of man's ;'.

    11. t 29. eateth and drinketh j. to himself t 31. that ye come not together to j.

    2 Thess. 1. 5. token of the righteousj. of God

    1 Tim. 5. 24. some sins are open, going before to j. 'Z Tim. 3. + 8. men of no j. concerning the faith Tit. I. + 16. to every good work void of j. Heh. 6. 2. and of eternal j. II 9. 27. after this thej.

    10. 27. but a certain fearful looking for ofj. Jam. 2. 13. he shall have j. without mercy that shewed no mercy, and mercy rejoiceth against j.

    3. + 1. knowing we shall receive greater j.

    1 Pet. 4. 17. that j. must begin at the house of God

    2 Pet. 2. 3. whose j. linuereth not || 4. reserved to j. .htde 6. to j. of the great day li 15. to execute j. Bev. 14. 7. fear (iorl, for the hour of hisj. is come

    17. 1. will shew thee thej. of the great whore

    18. 10. alas; alas, for in one hour is thy j. come

    20. 4. they sat on tliem, and j. was given to them

    Hee Bear, Day. Do .lUDGMRNT. Gen. 18. 19. to do justice and j. 1 Kings 10. 0. Prov. 21. 3. .ler. 22. 15.

    1 Kings 3. 28. wisdom of God was in him to doj.

    2 C/iron. 9. 8. set over them to do justice and j. Prov. 21. 7. because they refuse to do j.

    15. it is joy to the just to do J. but destruction Jer. 51. 47. I will doj. on the graven images

    52. I will doj. on her graven images Ezei. 18. + 5. if a man doj. and justice, 33. 1 14.

    .IUDGMKNr-/(o//. Jo/m 18. 28. then they led .lesus to the /la/l of .;. they themselves went not into the j.-/;a// 33. then Pilate entered into the j.-/iall airain

    19. 9. went info the j./ial/, and saith to Jesus Ads 23. 35. to be kept in Ilerod's j.-/jo//.

    In JUDGMF.Nr. Let. 19. 15. do no unrighteousness inj. .35. Num. .35. 12. stand before the consregation inj. Dent. 1. 17. ye shall not respect persons inj.

    17.8. if there arise a matter too hard for thee inj. Judg. 5. 10. ye that sit inj. and walk by the way 2 C/iron. 19. 6. for the Lord, who is with you inj. Joh 9. 32. and we should come together iytj.

    .37. 23. he is excellent in power and iytj. Ptal. 1. 5. the ungodly shall not stand inj.

    25. 9. the meek will he guide m j. and teach Prov. 16. 10. his mouth transgresseth not inj.

    18. 5. not good to overthrow the righteous

    24. 23. not good to have respect of persons inj. Isa. 5. 16. but the Ix)rd of hosts shall be exalted inj.

    28. 6. him that sitteth inj. || 7. they stumble inj.

    32. 1. behold princes shall rule inj.

    + 7- when he spcaketh against the poor in ;.

    51. 17. every tongue that shall rise against thee inj. Jer. 4. 2. the Lord liveth in righteousness and ra}'.

    49. + 19. who will convent me inj.? F.zek. 44. 24. in controversy they stand in j. Hos. 2. 19. I will betroth thee to me inj.

    5. 11. Ephraim is oppressed and broken inj. Mai. 3. 5. and I will come near to you inj. Mat. 12. 41. the men of Nineveh shall rise im j.

    42. queen of south shall rise inj. Luke 11. 31.. 32. Phil. 1. 9. I pray, that your love may abound inj.

    j7tto JUDGMENT. Joh 14. 3. and bringest me intoj. with thee 22. 4. will he reprove, will he enter with thee intoj. .34. 23. that he should enter into j. with God Psal. 143. 2. enter not into j. with thy servant Eccl. 11. 9. for these God will bring'thee intoj.

    12. 14. God shall bring every work into j. Isa. 3. 14. Lord will enter itito j, with ancients

    My JUDGMENT. Joh 27. 2. who hath taken away my j. .34. 5.

    29. 14. my j. was as a robe and a diadem

    40. 8. wilt thou also disannul my j? wilt thou Psal. 9. + 4. for thou hast made my j. .35. 23. stir up thyself, and awake to my j. Jta. 40. 27. my j. is passed over from my God 49. 4. yet surely my j. is with the Lord 51. 4. I will maKe myj. to rest for a light of people I'.iek. .39. 21. all the heathen shall see my j. Jolm5. .30. and my j. is just || 8. 16. my j. is true

    1 Cor. 7. 25. yet 1 give my j. II 40. happier in muj.

    JU!)GMENT-Jea/. Mat. 27. 19. he was set down anj.-s. John 19. 13. Acts 18. 12. the Jews brought him to the j. -seat

    16. and he drave them from the j. -sent

    17. the Greeks beat Sosthenes before thej.-seat

    25. 10. I stand at Cesar's j.-fea/ II 17. 1 sat onj.-seat Pom. 14. 10. stand before j.-jt. of Christ, 2 Cor. 5. 10. Jam. 2. 6. rich men draw you Iwfore the j. -seats

    JUDGMENTS. F.Tod. 6. 6. T will redeem you with great j. 7. 4.

    21. 1. these are thej. thou shalt set before them 24. 3. and Moses told the ueople all thej.

    At/m. .33. 4. on their gods the I^rfl executed j. .'15. 24. shall judge according to these j. 36. 13. these are the j. which the I.ord commanded Dent. 7. 12. if ye hearken to these j. and keep them

    33. 10. they shall teach Jacob thy j. and law 21. he executed thej. of the Lord with Israel

    2 Sam. 22. 23. hisj. were before me, Psal. 18. 22. 1 Cliron. 16. 12. remem. j. of his mouth, }'s. 105. 5.

    14. hisj. are in all the earth, Psal. 105. 7. Nell. 9. 29. but sinned against thy j. Psal. 10. 5. thy j. are far above out of sight ^0. 9. thej. of the Lord are true and righteous .36. 6. thy j. are a great deep ; O L. thou prescrvest 4tl. 11. let .ludah be gla

    13. with my liiJS 1 ileclared all the j. of thy mouth

    20. for the longing that it hath unto thy j,

    .30. thy j. have I laid before me

    39. turn away my reproach, for thy j. arc good

    JUS

    Psal. 119. 43. 1 hoped in thy j. || 52. T rememb. thy 7.

    62. give thanks, because of thy righteousj. lt>l.

    75. I know, O Lord, that thy j. are right

    U)2. 1 have not departed from thy j.

    106. 1 have sworn that 1 will keep thy righteousj.

    108. teach me thy j. || 120. 1 am afraid of thy j.

    1.37. righteous art thou, and upriaht are thy j.

    156. O Lord, quicken me according to thy j.

    160. every one of thy riahteous j. eniUtreth

    175. let my soul live, arid let thy j. help me

    147. 20. hisj. they have not known them Prov. 19. 29. j. are prepare! for scorners, stripes Isa. 26. 8. in the way of thy j. we waited for thee

    9. for when thy j, are in the earth, inhabitants Jer. 4. t 12. nor will I utter ;'. against them 12. 1. yet let me talk with thee of thy j. Esek.5.1. nordoneaccordinsr to thej. of the nations

    8. execute j. in the midst of thee, 10. 15. | 11. 9.

    7. t 27. with their j. will 1 judge them

    16. 41. execute j. on thee in sight of women

    23. 24. they shall judge thee according to their j.

    25. 11. and 1 will execute j. on Moab'

    28. 26. executed j. on all those that despise them .30. 14. 1 will execute j. in No 19. thus will I execute j. in Egypt .34. 16. I will destroy, 1 will feed them with j. Van. 9. 5. we sinned by departing from thy j. Hos. 6. 5. thy j. are as the light that goetfi forth /■eph. 3. 15. the Lord hath taken away thy j. Horn. 11. .33. how unsearchable are hisj. and ways 1 Cor. 6. 4. if ye have j. of things of this life Bev. 15. 4. for thy j. are made manifest 16. 7. true and rigliteous are thy ;'. 19. 2.

    My JUDG ME M.S. Lev. 18. 4. ve shall do my j. 1 am the Lord 5. ye shafl therefore keep my j. 25. 18.

    26. 15. if your soul abhor myj. so that ye do not 43. because, even because they

    1 Chron. 28. 7. if ye be constant to do my j. Psal. 89. 30. if his children walk not in myj. .ler. 1. 16. 1 will utter myj. against them Ezek. 5. 6. she chanaed my j. into wickedness 5. 7. neither have kept myj. nor done 14. 21. when I send my four sore j. on Jerusalem .36. 27. and ye shall keep my j. and do them 44. 24. they shall judge it according to my j.

    statutes and JUDGMENTS. Lev. 18. 5. keep my statutes and my ;'. 26. | 20. 22. Dent. 7. 11. 1 11. 1. 1 26. if). I7. I -30. 16. 1 Kinas 2. 3. 1 8. 58. I 9. 4. I 11. .'53.

    19. 37. ye shall observe all my statutes and j.

    Dent. 11. .32. I 12. 1. 2 Chron. 7. I7.

    26. 46. these are the st. andj. L. made, Deut. 4. 45.

    Dent. 4. 1. hearken to st. and j. which I teach, 5. 1.

    5. I taught you st. andj. 1|8. hath .1/. andj. so right.

    14. commanded to teach st. and j. 6. 1 . Ezra 7. 10.

    5. 31. I will speak the stai.andj. thou shalt teach

    6. 20. thy son asketh thee, what mean the st. and.}.

    8. 11. forget L. in not keep. his*/, andj. Nek. 1.". 1 Kings 6. 12. walk ill my stat. and execute my j.

    1 Chron. 22. 13. if thou takest heed to fulfil st. andj.

    2 Chr. 19. 10. what cause shall come betw. st. andj Neh. 9. 13. and thou gavest them right stat. andj

    10.29. entered into a curse, to do all his st. andj. Psal. 147. 19. he sheweth his stat. andj. to Israel Ezek. 5. 6. for they refused my .;'. and my statutes

    11. 12. for ye have not walked in my statutes. nor executed my ;'. 20. 13, 16, 21 .

    18. 9. walked in my st. andj. I7. 1 20. 19. I 37. 24.

    20. II. give them my statutes, aiid ihevieA myj. 18. not in stat.oi fathers, nor observe their j. 25. gave them sint. not good, and j. whereby

    Mai. 4. 4. remember ye law of Mos. \\\\\\\\vithf<. andj.

    .UJICE. Cant. 8. 2. to drink wine of thej. of my pomegranate

    JUMPING. Neh. 3. 2. the noise of horses and the j. chariots

    JUNIPEK. 1 Kings 19. 4. Elijah came and sat under a j. tree, 5. Jnh .30. 4. who cut up /. roots for their meat Psal. 120. 4. arrows of the mighty with coals ofj.

    IVORY. 1 Kings 10. 18. king made a throne of 1. 2 Chr. 9. 17. 22. bringins gold, silver, and i. 2 Chron. 9. 21. 22. 39. and the i. house which Ahab made Psal. 45. 8. out of the i. places, whereby they made Cant. 5. 14. his belly is as bright 1. overlaid with

    7. 4. thy neck is as a tower of i. thine eyes Ezek. 27.6. the Ashnrites made thy benches of 1".

    15. they brought thee for a present horns of 1. .Imos 3. 15. and the houses of 1. shall perish

    6. 4. that lie ujwn beds of i. and stretch themselves Kev. 18. 12. for no man buyeth vessels of 1.

    JUliLSDlCTlON. 1 Kings 8. t .37. besiege in the land of their j. Luke ^3.1. as he knew that he belonged toHerod'sj.

    J U.ST .

    Signifies, [1] One who is upright and sincere in nis actions and dealings aith others, Luke 23. 50. [2] The great Creator, who is essentially just and rigliteous, and the Jmmtain of justice, Deut. 32. 4. [3] One uiho is esceeding faithful, keeping his word and promise, 1 John i. 9. [4] Oite who iu his life and death ansuered the perfect justice of the la-ji of God, 1 Pet. 3. 18. [5} One who ts righteous hy the inifiitatioii of Christ's righteotts- ness, Uom. 1. 17. [6] One who is not truly con- viiued of his own sinfulness, and is only rigliteous in his own opinion, Luke 18. 9. [7] One that is pood-natured, mild, and indulgent. Mat. 1. 10. [8] (hie of a charitable, literal disposition, Psal. 37. 26. Oen.6.9. Noah wasa j.man, and perfect, and walked Lev. 19. .36. j. balances, j. weights, a j. ephah, and H j. hin shall ye have, Deut. 25. 15. Esek. 45. 10. Deut. 16, 18. they shall judce peo. withj. judgments 20. that is altoaetherj. shalt thou follow .32. 4. a God without iiiiouity, j. and right is he 2.S

    JUS

    Jph 0. 2. but how should man be j. with God ?

    12. 4. the ]. upright man is laughed to scorn

    S7. i". he may prepare it, but fhe>. shall put it on

    3M. 12. behold, in this thou art not>. Pxti.l. 9. let wickedness end, but establish thej.

    37. 12. the wicked plotteth against the j. Ptvv. 3. 33. but he olesseth the habitation of the j.

    4. IB. the path ot the j. is as the shining light

    9. 9. teach a^'. man, and he will increase in learning

    10. 6. blessings are upon the head ot the>. 7. the memory ot the >. is blessed

    CO. the tongue of the J. is as choice silver 31. the mouth of the ^. bringeti) fortli wisdom

    11. 1. but a>. weight is his delight

    9. but through knowledge shall thej. be delivered

    12. 13. but thej. shall come out of trouble 21. there shall no evil happen to thej.

    13. 22. the wealth of the sinuer is laid up for thej.

    16. 11. a j. weight and balance are the Lord's

    17. ly. he that condemneth thej. is abomination

    26. also to punish the j. is not good

    18. 17. he that is first in his own cause seemeth j.

    20. 7. thej. man walketh in his integrity

    21. 15. it is a joy to thej. to do judgment

    24. 16. a j. man falleth seven times and riseth again 29. 10. hate the upright, but thej. seek his soul

    27. au unjust man is an abomination to the j. Eccl. 7. 13. there is a j. man that perisheth in his

    20. not a j. man upon earth that sinneth not 8. 14. there be j. men to whom it happeneth Jsa. 26. 7. the way of thej. is uprightness, thoii most upright dost weigh the path of thej. 29. 21. turn aside thej. for a thing of nought 45. 21. 1 the Lord, a j. God, and a .Saviour 49. + 24. or the captivity of the j. delivered Xam. 4. 13. that have shed the blood of tlie j. in her £xek. 18. 5. but if a man be j. and do that is riulit

    9. he is j. he shall surely live, saith the Lord God Jios. 14. 9. ways of Lord right, j. shall walk in them Amos 5. 12. they afflict thej. they take a bribe Hab. 2. 4. but the j. shall 1 ive by faith, Rom. 1 . 17. Gal. 3. 11. Btb. 10. 38. Zeph. 3. 5. the^". Lord is in the midst thereof Heck. 9. 9. he is j. and having salvation, lowly Mat. 1. 19. .Joseph her husband, being a j. man

    5. 45. and sendeth rain on the j. and on unjust

    13. 49. and sever the wicked from among the j. 27. 19. have nothing to do with that j. man

    24. I am innocent of the blood of this j. person Mark 6. 20. knowing that he was a jr. man and holy jMke 1. 17. the disobedient to the wisdom of thej.

    2. 25. Simeon was j. and devout, waiting for

    14. 14. be recompensed at the resurrectioiiof the j.

    15. 7. more than over ninety and nine j. persons £0. 20. spies which should feign themselves j.

    23. 50. Joseph of Arimathea was a good man andj. John 5. 30. ao I hear 1 judge, and my judgment is j. Acts JO. 22. CoiTielius the centurion, a j. man

    24. 15. shall be resurrection both of j. and unjust Jiom. 2. 13. for not the hearers of the law are j.

    3. 8. whose damnation is j. || 26. he might be j. T. 12. and the commandment holy, j. and good

    Phil. 4. 8. finally, whatsoever things are j. pure Col. 4. 1. give servants that which is j. and equal Tit. 1. 8. a bishop must be j. holy, temperate Heb. 2. 2. received a j. recompence of reward 12. 23. and to the spirits of j. men made perfect Jam. 5. 6. ye have condemned and killed thej. 1 Pet. .3. 18. Christ suffered, thej. for the unjust S P?/. 2. 7- delivered j. Lot, vexed with conversation 1 John 1 . 9. if we confess, he is j. to forgive us our sins liev. 15. 3. j. and true are thy ways, thou King

    iUojf.JUsr. Job 34. 17. wilt thou condemn him that is most j. ?

    JUST One. Acts 3. 14. ye denied the Holy One and the J. One

    7. 52. shewed before of the coming of the J. One 22. 14. shouldest know his will, and see tliat J. One

    JUSIICE Is, (T) That essential perfection in God, ahereby he is infinitely righteous and jtist, both in his nature, and in all his proceedings with his creatures, Psal. 89. 14. (II) That political virtue which renders to every man his due, and is, [1] Dis- tributive, which coticems princes, magistrates, SfC. Job 29. 14. [2] Commutative, which concerns all persons in their dealings one with another. Gen. 18. 19. Gen. 18. 19. keep wa^ of L. to do j. and judgment JJeut. 16. 1 20. what is j. shalt thou follow 33. 21. he executeth thej. of Lord and judgments e Sam. 8. 15. David executed j. 1 Chron. 18. 14. 15. 4. O that I were made judge, I would do j. Job 8. 3. or doth the Almighty pervert j..' 31. t6. let him weigh me in the balance of J. .36. 17. judgment and j. take hold on thee 37. 23. is excellent in plenty of j. will not afflict Psal. 82. 3. do j. to the afHicted and needy 89. 14. j. and judgmeutare habitation of thy throne 119. 121. I have done judgment and j. leave me not Prov. 1. 3. to receive the instruction of j. and equity

    8. 15. by me kings reign, and princes decree j. J'.ccl. 5. 8. if thou seest the perverting of j.

    Jsa. 9. 7. to establish his throne withV- and judgm. 56. 1. keep ye judgment, and do j. form^ salvation 38. 2. they ask of me the ordinances ot j. 59. 4. none calleth for j. I| 9. nor doth j. overtake us

    14. j. standeth afar off, truth is fallen in the str. Jer. 23. 5. shall execute judgment and j. in the earth 31. 23. Lord bless thee, O habitation of j. 50. 7. sinned against the Ixird, the habitation of j. Hzek. 45. 9. O princes, execute judgment and j. iiee Do Judgment, betore. JU.ST1F1CAT10N Signifies, A gracious act of God, whereby he par- dons and accepts of sinners on the account of Christ's righteousness imputed to them, and re- ceived hy faith, Rom. 5. 16, 18. Onr justification was, [1] Confirmed andratified by the resurrection of Christ, Kom. 4. 25. [2] And it is manifested by the good works of believers. Jam. 2. 21, 24, 25. See Sanctify, 258

    K£E

    llom. 4. 25. Christ was raised again for our j. : 5. 16. but the free gift is of many offences to j. 18. the free gift came on all men to j. of life JUSllFY Signifies, [I] To absolve or declare one innocent, Prov. 17. 15. [2] To absolve and acguit a sinner from the guilt and punishment of sin, through the imputation of Christ's righteousness, Horn. 3. 28. 1 5. 9. [3] To declare another to be less guilty than ourselves, Ezek. 16. 51. [41 'J'a acknowledge a thing or penmi to be just. Mat. 11. 19. Luke 7. 35. [5] To prove and mani- fest one's self to be in a justified slate, Jain. 2. 21. It is fourfold, [I] Talsely and vain- gloriously, Luke 10. 29. jlC. 15. [2J Poltti- calty, Ueut. 25. 1. Isa. 5. 23. [.3J Legally, Kom. 3. 20. Gal. 2. 16. [4] Etangeltcally, Rom. 5. 1. This is said to be, [1] By Christ, Gal. 2. 16. [2] By grace freely, Rom. 3. 24. Tit. 3. 7. [3] By faith. Gal. 3. 8. [41 By his blood, Rom. 5. 9. [5] By his knowledge, Isa. 53. U. Ezod. 23. 7. for I will not j. the wicked DeJ

    JXJ.STIFIED. Job 11. 2. should a man full of talk be 7. .' 13. 18. behold now, 1 know that I shall be j. 25. 4. how then can man he j. with Ci. or be clean ? .32. 2. because he j. himself rather than God Psal. 51. 4. thou mightest be j. when thou speakest 143. 2. in thy sight shall no man living be j. Isa. 43. 9. they may be j. Ii 26. thou mayest be j. 45. 25. in the Lord shall all the seed of Israel be j. Jer. 3. 11. the backsliding Israel hath j. herself Lzek. 16. 51. j. thy sisters in all abominations, 52. Da7i. 8. 1 14. then shall the sanctuary be j. jVat. 11. 19. wisdom is j. of her children, Luke 7.35. 12. 37. for by thy words thou shalt be j. Luke 7. 29. all the people and publicans j. God 18. 14. tliisman wentdown j. rather than the other Acts 13. 39. all that believe sre j. from all things from which ye cculd not be j. bv the law Pom. 2. 13. but the doers of the law shafi be j.

    3. 4. that thou mightest be j. in thy sayings 2:1. there shall no flesh be j. in his sight 24. being j. freely by his grace. Tit. 3. 7.

    28. a man is j. by faith, 5. 1. Gal. 2. 16. | 3. 24.

    4. 2. if Abraham were j. by works, he hath

    5. 1. being j. by faith we have peace with God 9. being now j. by his blood, we shall be saved

    8. 30. and whom he j. them he also glorified 1 Cor. 4. 4. I know nothing, yet am I not hereby j.

    6. 11. ye are j. in tlie name of the Lord Jesus Gal. 2. 16. a man isnot j. by the works of law, 3. 11.

    5. 4. whosoever of you is j. by law, ye are fallen 1 Tim. 3. 16. G. manifest in the Hesh, j. in the Spirit Jam. 2.21. was not Abraham our father j. by works .'

    24. ye see how that by works a man is i.

    25. was not Rahabthe harlot j. by worts?

    JUSTIFIER. Rom. 3. 26. thej. of him who believefh in Jesus

    JUSTIFIETH. Prov. 17. 15. he that j. the wicked is abomination Isa. 50.8. he is near that j. who will contend with me Rom. 4. 5. but bclieveth on him that j. the ungodly 8. 33. to the charge of God's elect.' it is God that j.

    JUSTIFYING. 1 Kings 8. 32. and j. tlie righteous, 2 Chron. 6. 23.

    JU.STLE. Nah, 2. 4. the chariots shall j. one against another

    JUSTLY. Mic. 6. 8. what doth the Lord require but to do j. ? Luke 23. 41. we indeed j. for we receive the reward 1 Thess. 2. 10. how hoUly and j. we behaved

    K.

    KAB. 2 Kings 6. 26. a *. of doves'

    KEEP Signifies, [1] To retain or hold fast, 2 Tim. 1. 14. [2] To remember, Luke 2. 51. [3] To defend and protect, Psal. 127. 1. [4] To observe and practise, Psal. 119. 4. Acts 16. 4. [5] To save or deliver, John 17. 15. [61 To celebrate. Mat. 26. 18. [7] I'o perform fully and perfectly, Jiiat.

    19. 17.

    Gen. 2. 15. Lord put him in the garden of Eden

    to /•. it 18. 19. and they shall *. the way of the Lord 28. 15. and beliold 1 am with thee to k. tliee, 20. 30. 31. I will again feed and *. thy flock 33. 9. my brother, k. that thou hast to thyself 41. 35. and let them k. food in the cities Exod. 6. 5. whom the Egyptians*, in bondage 12. 6. shall k. it till the rourteenth day of month

    14. ye shall t. it a feast to the Lord through your generations, 23. 15. 1 34. 18. Lev. 23. 41.

    25. that ye shall k. this service, 13. 5.

    47. and the congregation of Israel shall k. it 1.3. 10. thou shalt k. this ordinance in his season 20. 8. remember the sabbath day to k. it holv, 31. 13, 14, 16. Dent. 5. 12, 15. 22. 7. if a man deliver money or stuff to k. 10. 23. 7. k. thee far from a false matter

    14. three times shalt thou k. a feast to me

    20. 1 send an angel to /•. thee in the way Lev. 6. 2. and lie in that delivered him to k. 4.

    18. 4. ye shall k. my ordinances, I am the Lord,

    30. 1 22. 9. Ezek. 11. 20.

    19. 3. shall *. my sabbaths, 30. I 26. 2. Isa. 56. 4. 23. 39. shall k. a feast seven days, 2 Chr. 30. 13.

    KEE

    2.*p.S5. 18. ye shall i. my judgments and do tliem Num. 6. 24. the Lord bless tliee and k. thee

    9. 3. in the fourteenth day at even ye shall k. it

    11. day of second month at even they shall i. it 18. 7- thou and thy sons shall I-. your priests' oflice 29. 12. ye shall k. a feast to the Lord seven days 36.7- shall k. himself to the inheritance of tribe, 9.

    Veut. 4. 6. k. thereforeand do them, 5. 1. 7.8. because the Ld. loved you, woulili. the oath

    12. if ye k. them, tlie Lord .shall k. tlie covenant

    16. 10. thou shalt k. the feast of weeks to the Uird 15. shalt k. a solemn feast to the Lord thy God

    17. 19. may learn to k. all the words of this law 23. 9. tlien k. thee from every wicked thing

    23. tliat whi( h is gone out of thy lips tliou shalt / 29. 9. *. therefore the words of this covenant Josh. 6. 18. k. yourselves from the accursed thing

    10. 18. and set men by the cave for to k. them

    23. 6. to *.all that is written in the law of Moses Judg. 2. 22. whether they will i. the way of Lord Riuh2.il. thou shalt *. fast by my young men

    1 Sam. 2. 9. he will k. the feet of his saints

    7. 1. Eleazai his son, to k. the ark of the Lord

    2 Sam. 15. 16- tlie king left ten women which xvere

    concubines to i. the house, 16. 21. 1 20. 3.

    18. 18. 1 have no son to k. my name in remembr. 1 Ki7igs 8. 25. *. with thy servant Uav. 2 Chr. 6. 16.

    20. 39. brought a man to me and said, *. this

    1 Chr. 4. 10. that thou wouldest k. me from evil

    12. 33. fifty thousand, which could it. rank, 38. 22. 12. that thou mayest k. the law of the Lord 29. 18. *. this for ever in the imagination of heart

    2 Chron. 22. 9. had no power to k. still the kingdom 28. 10. ye purpose to k. under the children of J udah 3ii. 3. for they could not*, it at that time

    23. assembly took counsel to*, other seven days Ezra 8. 29. watch and *. them till ye weigh them Neh. 12. 27. to *. the dedication with gladness

    13. 22. that the Lev ites should *. tlie gates Esth. 3. 8. nor *. they the king's laws

    9. 27. tliat they woiilit k. those two days of Purim Job 14. 13. O diat thou wouldest *. me secret till

    20. 13. though he *. it still within his mouth Psal. 12. 7. thou shalt*. them, O Ixrd,31. 20.

    17. 8. *. me as the apple of the eye, hide me

    19. 13. *. back also from presumptuous sins

    25.20. O *. my soul, and deliver me, I trust .34. 13. *. thy tongue from evil, ami thy lips

    37. 34. and *. his way |i.39. 1. 1 will *. my mouth 89. 28. my mercy will I *. for him for ever 91. 11. his angels charge, to *. thee in all thy ways 103. 9. nor chide, nor will he*, his anger tor ever

    105. 45. they might observe and *. his laws

    106. 3. blessed are they that *. judgment

    113. 9. he makethtlie barren woman to *. house 119. 2. blessed are they that *. his testimonies

    4. thou hast commanded us to*, thy precepts

    17. that I may live and *. thy word, 101. .33. teach me, and I shall *. it to the end

    rU. give understanding, 1 shall *. thy law, 44. 57. G Lord, 1 havesaid, that 1 would *. thy words 6.3. I am a companion of them that*, thy precepts 69. I will *. thy precepts with my heart, 134. 88. I will *. the testimony of thy mouth 100. I understand, Oecause 1 *. thy precepts 100. I will *. thy righteous judgments 129. wonderful, therefore doth my soul*, them 136. down my eyes, because they"*, not thy law 146. save me, and 1 shall *. thy testimonies 127. 1. except the Ixird *. the city the watchman

    140. 4. *. me from the hands of the wicked

    141. 3. O Lord, *. the door of my I'lps

    9. *. me from the snares they have laid for nie Prov.i. 11. undeistandiugshall *. thee

    20. thou mayest *. the paths of the righteous 3. 21. my son, *. souml wisdom and discretion

    26. J^rcl sliall *. thy foot from being taken 4.6. love wis

    13. *. instruction, let her not go.forshe is thy life

    21. *. my sayings in the midst of thy heait 23.*. thy heart with all diligence, for out of it

    5.2. and thatihy lips may *. knowledge

    6. 22. when thou sleepest it shall *. thee

    24. to *. thee from the evil woman

    7. l.niy son,X-.my words, and lay up my command.

    5. they may *. thee from the strange woman

    8. 32. for blessed are they that *. my ways

    22. 5. he that doth *. his soul shall be far from tliem

    18. it is pleasant if thou *. them within tliee

    24. + 19. *. not company w itii the wicked 28. 4. such as *. the law contend with them

    Eccl. 3. 6. there is a time to *. and to cast away 5. 1. *. thy foot when thou goest to the house Cant. 8. 12. that *. the fruit thereof, two hundred Isa. 26. 3. thou wilt *. him in perfect peace 27.3. 1 the Ixird do *. it, T will *. it night and day

    42. 6. I the Lord have called thee, I will *. thee

    43. 6. *. not back Ii 56. 1. *. ye judgment Jer. 3. 3. will he *. his anger to the end?

    12. and 1 will not *. anger forever 31. 10. and *. him as a shepherd doth his flock 42. 4. I will *. nothing back from you Ezek. 20. 19. *. my judgments anddo them, .36. 27- 4.3. 11. that they may *. the whole form thereof Hos. 12. 6.* mercy and judgment, wait on God Mic. 6. 1 16. he doth much*, statutes of Omri 7. 5. the *. the doors of thy mouth from her that A'a/i. 1. 15. *. thy feasts |1 2. 1.*. the munition Zech. 3. 7. then thou shalt also *. my courts

    13. 5. man taught me to *. cattle from my youth

    14. 16. and to *. the feast of tabernacles, 1«, 19. Mai. 2. 7. tor the priests' lips shouhl *. knowledge Mark 7- 9. that ye may *. your own tradition ' Luke 4. 10. he shall give his angels charge to*, thee

    8. 15. they who having heard the word *. it 11. 28. blessed are they that hear the word and *. it 19. 43. thy enemies sliall *. thee in on every .side Ju/m8.51. if *. my saying shall never see deatli, 52. 55. but 1 know him, and *. his saying 12. 25. he that hatetli his life in this world shall *. it

    14. 23. if a man love me he will *. my words

    15. CO. if kept my saying, they will *. yours also

    KEE

    John ]*■ n. k. tbro' tliy name 1| 15. k. from evil Acti 5. :i. and to X. Iiai k [.-art ot the price ot' land

    10. 28. tor a man that is a .lew to k. company 1'.'. 4. and delivered liini to solriieis to k. him

    15. 5. to command them to k. the law of .Moses C4. ye must be circiinKJsed, and k. the law Cy. from which if ye /■. yiiurselves, ye do well

    16. 4. tliey delivereii tliem tlie

    lit. 'Jl. 1 must by all means k. this least in .lerus. 1?1. 'J.'), k. themselves fiom things oticred to idols 24. C:>. he commanded a centijrion to /■. Paul Horn. C. i.'j. circumcision proliteth. if thou /-. the law £ti. if uncircumcisinn k. the righteousness ot law

    1 Cor. 5. 8. let us k. llie least , 11. not k. conipanv 7. .Si. decreed tliat he « ill X. his viri:in, doeth well o. C7. I k. under mv ]

    11. C. that ye X. the ordma'uces, as 1 di-livered them 15. C. if ye X. in memory what 1 preached to you

    2 Cor. ll.'o. kept myself", and so Mill I /-. myself Oai. li. 13. neither ilo circumcised X-. the law £p/i. 4. 3. endeavourim; to k. the unity of the Spirit I'Ai/. 4. ?. the peace of C.oii shall k. \\\\\\\\ our hearts

    -J 'J/ieiS. 3. 3. who shall establish and X-. you from evil

    1 Jim. 5. C2. nor partaker of sins, X-. thyself pure

    6. CO. X. that which is committed to thy trust

    2 Tim. 1. IC. able to X-. that 1 committed to him 14. good thin;; committed to thee k. by Holy G.

    Ja7ii. 1. '.'7. and to X. himself unspotted from world '2. 10. for whosoever ohall k. the whole law

    1 Jo/in 3. CI. children, X. yourselves from idols

    Jiidf CI. X-. vourselves in the love of God. looking C4. to him'tliat is able to X-. vou from falling

    Jiev. 1. 3. blessed are they that hear an, I X . tho,-e th. 3. 10. 1 will X-. thee froiii the hour of temptation CC. 9. of thtm who k. tlie s.iyings of this book KEEP aliie.'

    Gen. 6. 19. bring into the ark to /-. them a/i:e, CO.

    7. 3. to X-. seed it/iic on the face of all the earth Akm. 31 . 18. women, children X . a/iie tor yourselves ;2 .Sn/,-(. K- C. he measured with one full line to X-. «//:t' P.'/!/. CC. CO. and none can X'. n/iie his oh n soul

    33. 19. to deliver and X. them n/i.e in famine 41. C. the Lord will preserve him and k. him ah'zc K I'.EP cliariie. J.ei. 8. .35. and k. the chnrric of tlie I.. 1 Khigsl. 3. yum. 1. 53. Levites X'. clmri;c of the tabeinacle of testimonv. 18. 4. I 31. 3J. 1 C/iron. C3. 3C. 3. 7. thev shall X-. his c. 8. Co. I 18. 3. Dan. 11. 1.

    8. tliev siiall k. tlie charrc of tlie chihhen of Israel 3J. k. c. of the sanctuary, 18. 5. 1 Cliri^n. C3. 3C.

    j.:ek. 44. 10. to minister to me, and X. my iharoe y.tch. 3. 7. if thou wilt X. my charge then slialt judge

    KEEP ciininiandincMs.

    .T'xoil. 16. C8. how long refuse ye to X-. m v comma:td.

    CO. 6. shewin;; mercy to tliem that i. niv com-

    iiiandnitnts, liiut. 5. 10. 17. 9. Dan. 9. 4.

    Xt:. I'i. 31. therefore shall ve k. mj' commattdments

    and do them, D'tut. 4. 40. I 6. 17. 17. 11.

    Co. 3. if ve k. mv coinmnndmenti, Ihnt. 11. CC.

    I 19. 9. I C8. 9. 1 .30. 10. 1 A;«.7f 3. 14.

    J.^ivt. 4. C. that \\\\\\\\e may X". the c of the l.ofd

    5. C9. () that they would fear me and X-. my c

    8. C. know whether thou woiildest X'. his command.

    0. thou slialt k. the command. 11. 1, 8. I 13.4, 18.

    10. 13. doth lord require him to X-. c. C7. 1. 1 .30. 16. C6. 17. thou hast avouched tlie Lord to X-. his c.

    18. Lord avouched thee, that thou shouldest X-. c. C8. 45. because thou liearkenedst not to X. his c. Ji.'/i. CC. 5. take heed to k. c. to cleave to him 1 Kings 1.?<. keep tlie cliarse of the Lord toX. hisr.

    6. IC. X-. my c. C Kimji 1". 13. Prov. 4. 4. 1 ". C.

    8. 58. that "he may incline our hearts to X-. his c.

    01. let your heart be perfect to k. his command.

    9. 6. if ye will not X-. mv c. I will cut otf Israel

    1 1 . .38. if thou wilt X-. my r. Seh. \\\\\\\\. 9. J.-lm 15. 10. ■2 hiniis C3. 3. made a covenant to k. c. C C/ir. .34. 31.

    1 (7ir. C8. 8. k. and seek for all the ,-. of the Lord C9. 19. give to Solomon a perfect heart to X-. tliv c. Pal.-H.'. not foruet llie worksof God, tint X. his c. 119. 6o. 1 made haste and delayed not to k. tliv c. 115. depart ve evil doers, for Twill X-, c. of mv'G. Per,-. 3. 1. forget not mv law, let thv heart k. m v c. 6. CO. my son, X-. thv father's c. forsake not the law i>(/. 8. C. 1 counsel tliee to X. the kiiiir's cnmmnniL IC. 13. fear God and X. his r. this is the wliole duty Jl/nf. 19. 17. .it thou wilt enter into life, X. the c. John 14. 1.5. if ye love me, X-. mv commandments 1 Jim. 6. 14. that thou X'. this c. "without spot 1 .lohu C. 3. we know that we know him if we k. his c. .3. CC. what we ask we receive, because we X-. his c. 5. C. when we love (iod and X-. his command. 3. this is the love of God. that we X-. his com. Jiei. IC. 17. make war with her seed wliirh i-. c. 14. IC. iiere are they which X-. (lie c. of God .Ve C(l\\\\\\\\ l.NANT. KEEP puswier. T.iod. IC. 48. when a stran^'er will /•. p. to lord, let his males be circumcised, then let him k. p. 2^:im. y. C. let the children of Irsael X-. pa.Mner in its season, 4. Ihni. 10. 1. C Kings C3 CI 6. could not X. the ;)«>.-. !, 10. vet he shall k. vats' IC. all the or.liiiancesof p,,.t.v,;irr they shall X-. it

    13. and torbeaielh to X-. tho pa.ss. that soul cut olf

    14. it a stranu'er will X. the;>n.v,vi.ri;- to the I ord

    e C/ir. .30. 1. come to /■. the p. to the God of Israel C. taken counsel, b) X-. pii^s. in the second month 35. 10. all the service wai prepared to X-. pasxoier

    IB. nordid all the kim;sot Israel X. such a;i«.,t. lUat. CO. 18. say to him. 1 rtill X, pass, at thy house

    KEE1> si/cnce. Jiidff. 3. 19. who Slid, X. silence, and all went out Ps. 35. CC. k. not si/ence, 8;i. 1. || 50. 3. come and not X-. si/ence Eccl. 3.7. a time to k. silence TinA a time to speak Jsa. 41. 1. k. s. before me. O islands, and let people f/1. 6. X-. not s. II 05. 0. behold, 1 will not k. s. Lam. C. 1(1. the elders of daughter of /ion k. silence Amos 5. 13. the prudent shall k. silence in that time llai. ecu. Ixird in his temple, let the earth X-..i(Vf«ce .1 Cor. 14. 28. let him k. silence in the church 34 let your women X-. silence in the churches

    KEP

    KEEP statutes. Exod. 15. 26. if thou wilt k. all his statutes, Devt. 30. 10. 1 KiuffS 9. 4. I 11. 38. Lei: 18.5. yon shall k. my statutes ami juogments, CO. 1 19. 19. I CO. 8, CC. £zek. 44. C4. Veut. 4. 40. thou shall X-. therefore his sta. Co. 10. ('■. C. that thou ini;;htest fear Lord to k. his .-tinnies Ci>. 17. tliou hast avouched the Ixird to X-. his ffu/. C.<. 45. thou hearkeneitst not to k. hh statutes 1 Kingsll. 33. not walked in my waystoXr. my ttat. J's.inj.o. tliat my ways were "directed to X-. tliv st. 8. I will k. tliy Stat, forsake me not utterly , '145. Ezek. 18. CI. if the wicked will turn and k. m"v stat.

    KEEPER. Gen. 4. 2. Abel was a X. of sheep |! 9. my brother's X-. 30. CI. Lord gave .loseph favour in siglit of the X. CC. the X-. of the prison committed to.loseph C3. the X. of the prison looked not to any thing 1 ■i'am. 17. CO. David left the sheep witli a X-. CC. D.ivid left his carria;;e in the hand of the k. C8. C. I will make the k. of mine head for evtr C h'lnr/s '^il. 14. X-. ot the wardrube,C Chr. 34. CC. iVi/;. C.8. .Asaph tlie X. of the king's forest 3. C9. after him Shemaiah X. of tlie east gate J'.'t/i. C. 3. custody of llene k. of women, 8, 15. J 6 C7. 18. and as a lx)oth tiiat the k. niaketh Fsal. ICl. 5. 1-ord is thy X-. the lord is thv sh.ide Cant. 1. 0. they maile me the X'. of the viiievards Jir. 35.4. Maaseiahthe sonof .^hallum X. or the door -Jets 1(). C7. and the X-. of the prison awaking 30. the X". ot the prison told this saying to Paul 19. t 35. the city of the Ephesians is a temple X-. KEEPER.^. C Kinis 11. 5. a third part shall be k. of the watch 1 Chron. 9. 19. k. of the yates of the taberuHcle I'.tcl. IC. 3. Mlien theX-. of tiie house tremble Clint. 5.7. the X-. took away my vail liom me

    8. 11. .'^olomon let out the vineyard to X-. JlV. 4. 17. asX". of the lield are tliey against her J.zck. 40. 45. X-. of charge of house, 46". I 44. 8, 14. -Vcit. C8. 4. for fear of him the X-. did shake .lets 5. C3. the X-. srandin;; before the doors

    IC. 0. X-. kept the prison ; 19. 1 lerod examined the X-.

    lit. C. 5. to be discreet, chaste, X-. at home, good

    .■ice UuDR.

    KEEPE.sr.

    1 Kings 8. 23. wlio X-. covenant and mercy with thv

    Servants, C Chron. 0. 14. Sen. o. 3C.

    Acts CI. 24. thou walkest orderly and X". the law

    KEEPElli. Ernd. CI. 18. and lie died not, but k. his bed Di at. 7. 9. faithful (1. which X. cuvenant, _\\\\\\\\i/i. 1. 5. 1 .s«;«. 16. 11. and behold he X-. the sheej) Joh 33. 18. he X". back his soul from the pit Psal. 34. CO. he X-. all his bones, none is broken ICl. 3. he that X-. thee will not slumber, 4. 140. 6. EortI God, which k. truth for ever Proi. C. 8. he k. the paths of judgment

    10. 17. he is ill tlie wav of life that X-. instruction

    13. ,3. he that X-. his mouth k. his life. CI. '2:',. 0. righteousness X. him upriglit in the wav

    lf>. 17. that/, his wav perserveth his s.iiil, 10. 10. 19. 8. lie that X-. understanding shall tind good C4. IC. that X-. thy soul, doth not he know C7. 18. whoso X-. thetigtiee shall eat fruit C8. 7. whoso X-. the law is a v. ise son, but he CO. 3. that X-. company with harlots, speiirieth 11. but a Wiseman k. it in till arterwards

    18. but he that /■. tiie law, haiM'y is he

    f.ccl. 8. 5. k. the ccmmandmeni.-- ^hall feel no evil Jsa. C6. C. that nation which X-. truth mav enter in 56. C. that X-. the salihath from i!ollutim;"it. and t:. his hand froiii doiiiL' anv evil, 0. Jer. 48. 10. cursed be he that k. Iiack his s"word I' am. 3. C8. he sitteth alone and X-. silence Hah. C. 5. he is a proud man, neither X. at home I .iil.e 11. CI. when a strong man armed k. his palace John 7. 10. and vet none of vou X-. the law

    9. 10. is not of "G(kI, becaus"e he k. m^t the sabbith

    1 1. CI. that hath mv commandments and k. them CI. he that loveth"me not, X. not mv savim;s

    1 John C.4. that sailli, 1 know him, and k. not 5. whoso X-. his word, in him is love, 3. Ct. 5. 18. he that is be;;otten of (iod k. himself Hi :. C. CO. he tliat n\\\\\\\\ercometh and k. m\\\\\\\\ norks

    16. 15. blessed is he that X-. his garments, le;,t he Cc.7. blessed is he that X-. the sa\\\\\\\\ iiigs of this book

    KEI PING. ■ /■>,(/. 34. 7. the Lord Ciod X. mercv for thousands .\\\\\\\\"'«. 3. C8. k. the charge of the saiictuary, 38. Ui ui. ;;. 11. tori^et not God, in not k. his commands 1 ■•>r.m. C5. 16. while we were with them X-. sheep 1 Chr.ti. IC.t 36. of .AsherX-. rank, torty thousand AV/i. 12. 23. were porters X-. the v,ard a"t the tiates I'snl. 19. 11. and in X-. of them is 4;ieat reward /';e:.4.t C3. keejithv luart above all X. out of it E:ek. 17. 14. bv X-. of his covenant it mii;ht stand Dan. 9. 4. O Lord the great God. X. co\\\\\\\\enaiit Luke C. 8. there were shephenis X. watch by night 1 ( or. 7. 19. but X'. the commandments of liod Ui/>. 4. + 9. there remaineth a X. of a sabbalh 1 Pet. 4. 19. commit the X-. of their souls to liini

    Ki'lM . Gen. 2Ci. 5. Abraham X-. mv charge and mv laws C9. 9. Rachel came with shee]). for she X. them 39. 9. neither hath he X-. back any thing from me 4C. 16. send

    19. then Israid X-. the charge of fhe Ixird, C3.

    17. 10. bring Aaron's rod to be X-. for a token

    19. 9. water of separation X-. for the conu-regation C4. 11, I.ord hath X-. thee back tfom honour 31. 47. which k. the charge of the tabernacle

    Deal. 3C. 10. he X-. them as the apple of his eye 33. 9. they observed thy word, X-. thy covenant

    Josh. 5. 10. Israel X-. the passover in Giljal

    14. 10. the Lord hath i. me alive these 43 years

    KER

    Josh. 22. 2. you have k. all that Moses commanded

    3. have k. the charge ot i ommaudment of J^rd huth 2. 23. so she k. fast bv the maidens of l^oaz

    1 -Sam. 9. C4. to this time it hath 1 een k. for thee 13. 13. hast not X-. the commandment ot Lord.l-}.

    17. .34. David said, thy servant X. his I'athers sheep CI. 4. have X. themsehes at least from women Co. 21 David said, surely m vain have I X". all that

    o3. blessed be tnou who hast X-. me thisdav :U. tire I.ord (ioti Imth X. me from evil, .>'J 26. 15. why hast thou not X. thv lord the king ' 16. because ye have not k. vour master, the Lord's

    2 i^am. 13. 3). the youfig man that X. the watch 22. 22. 1 have k. the v ays 01 the Lord, P... m. CI.

    24. I liave X-. my.self tfom iniquitv, J'.ut. 18" "j' 44. thou hast X . me to be head of the h, atheii' " 1 hinr' 2. 43. why hast th.u not k. the oath of L. 3. 6. thou hast X. for him this ureat kindiieso 8.C4. who hast X-. w ith thy servant David invfather that thou promisedst him, C Chron. 6. 15. 11. 10. .Solomon X. not that the Lord commanded' 11. and thou hast not X. my covenant and statutes .34. I'ecause David X. my commandments. 14. 8. 13. CI. nianot God trnm .ludah not X. commandm. CO.;) 7. 1 X. not back silver iind gold from lum C Kings I7. 19. .ludah X-. not the commandments

    18. 6. llezekiah X. the commandments of the Lord 1 Chron. 10. 13. the word of the Lord Saul k. not

    IC. 1. while David k. hiinselt close because of Saul C Chron. 7. 8. Solomrn X". the feast seven davs

    9. for thev X-. the dedication of the altar seven davs 3(1. CI. k. least of unleavened bread, Ezra 6. 22'.

    2i. and they X. otiier seven days with gladness .'14. CI. because our fathers have not X'. the word 35. L .losiiihrtiid Israel X. the passover, 17, 19.

    18. there was no passover like to that k. in Israel Ezra 3. 4. tl;ey X-. also the feast of tabernacles

    6. 16. X'. tie dedication of this house with jov

    19. the children of the captivity X-. the pasjover Af/i. 1. 7- we have not k. the commandments

    8. 18. and they X-. the feast seven davs

    9. 31. nor cnir priests nor our father^ X-. thv law J'.sth. 9. '-1'.. that these daysof Purim should be k. Joh 2:i. 11. his wavs have I X-. and not declined

    C8. CI. and k. close from the fowls of the air E's. 17. 4. I have X. me from paths of the destrover .31. 3. hast X. me alive 4C. 4. that X-. holy uay" 78. 10. tiiey X-. not tiie covenant of God 5o. tiiey tempted God. and k. not his testimonies

    99.7. tliev k. hi; testimonies and tiie ordinance 119. CC. t"or I have k. thv testimonies, 167.

    .55. 1 have X-. thv law |' "56. 1 X-. thv precepts, 108 67. now have 1 X . tliy w ord 15!'.. X-. not thy w cird

    Eccl.2. 10. what my eyes desired 1 X. not Irom them 5. 13. riches X-. for the owners thereof to their hurt

    Cant. 1. 6. but my own vineyard have 1 not X-.

    y.'cj. ,30. C9. a Sony as when a holy solemnitv is k.

    Jer. 16. 11. not k. my laws .35. "I8. X-. Ids precepts

    Ezck. 5. 7, nor have X-. my judgments. CO. CI.

    18. 9. hath k. niv iiicli;nie"nts , 19. X-. niv statutes

    44. 8. ye have not X. the charge of my lioly things 15. that X-. thechar:;e of my sanctuary ,"-;8. 11.

    I"lan. 5. 19. whom lie woulcf, he X-. alive, he set up

    7. C8. but 1 k. the matter in my heart

    llos. 12. 12. Israel served for a "wife, and X. slicep jlmos 1.11. and l^ciont X-. his wrath for ever

    2. 4. .ludah hath not X. his commandments Mic. 6. 1(1. lor the statutes of Omri are X'.

    Mai. 2. 9. accc r. ! inu' as ve have not k. m v wavs. 3. 7.

    3. 14. what proht that"we have X-. his cjrdin'.uice .17«/.8. 33. and they tiiat k. the swine lie. I, and told

    13. 35. will utter tldn;;s which have been X-. secret

    14. 6. but when Herod's birth-dav was .<•.

    19. CO. these have I X. tioin mv youth, /,t/Xrl8. 21. Mark A. 22. nor was anv thim; k. secret, but that it

    9. 10. and tlu^v X-. that sav iim, Ln'e9. .36. J.nke C. 19. Mary X-. the-e limits in her heart. 51.

    8. 29. and he was k. bound with chains, in tetters 19. CO. thy pound, which 1 have X-. in a napkin

    John 2. 10. but thou hast X. the good wine till now 12. 7. aL:ainst day ot iny buryimj hath she k. this

    15. 10. as 1 have X-. my father's commandments CO. if they have k. "my saying, tliey will keep

    yours 17- 6. thine they were, and have X'. thy word 12. k. in thv name, those tiiou i;avest me 1 have X. 18. l(i. andspake to lu-rthat X. the door 17. then saiih the damsel thatX". the door to Peter Act^ 5. C. sold, and X. back part of the price 7. 53. who received the law, and have not X-. it

    9. 33. Ineas had X-. liis bed eight years, was sick 12. 5. Peter was X. in jirison 6. X-. the prison CO. CO. I X'. back notidiic; prohtable to vou

    CC. CO. and X-. the raiment of them tha"t slew him C). :\\\\\\\\^y. and he con^m.mded him to be k. C5. CI. C5. 4. lestus answered that Paul should be X. C7.43. the centurion X. them trom their purpose C8. It'.. Paul duelt will: a soldier-that X. him liom. 16. C5. mvsterv X . s.-c 1 et since the world began C I'or. II. 9. I "X-. mv self from being buich ii.some

    32. the governor X". theiifv with a garrison Gal. 3.C3. before faith came, we were X. under law C J'im. 4. 7. have finished mv course. 1 X. (he faith Itih. II. C8. throuLili faith .Moses /. the p.issover Jam. 5.4. the hire that is X. back bv fraud, crietli 1 Pet. 1.5. who are X. by the powerof (J. thro' faith C / V/. 3. 7. w hicli bv the same word are k, in store Jnde 0. the aiiuels which X. not their first estate lie:: 3.8. Iia^t X. mv word, and not denied my name

    10. because thou "hast X. the word of luv P.itience

    KKIM.'i7,«

    KERCH lEI's".

    Ezck. 13.18. make X-. on head of every stature to hunt

    21. your X. also will I tear, and deliver m\\\\\\\\- people

    KERNELS.

    Num. 6. 4. cat nothing from the k, even to tlie husk

    b 2 259

    KIL

    KETfLE. 1 Sam.2. 14. priest's servant struck into the k. or pot

    KEV Signifies, [1] An instrument to open a lock, Judg. 3. 25. L2] The u'Jt and ahthty to interpret the scripture, wlierehy an entrance is made tu the hwulet/ge thereof, Luke 11. 52. [.'J] The whole adminixtrutiim of the Gospel with refer- ence both to the publication of its doctrine, and the dispensing the ordinances if it. Mat. 16. 19- It is an emblem oi government and power, Isa. 22. 22. Jiulg, .'J. 25. therefoie tljey took a k. and opened Jsa.9.1. 22. the k. ot house ot'Uavid lay on Kliakim J^uke 11. 52. ye have taken away the k. ot knowledge Jiev.S-T. saith he that hath the k. ot David , 9. 1. to him was given the k. of bottomless pit, CO. 1.

    KEYS. Mat. 16. 19. I will give the*, of kingdom of heaven Jiev. 1. 10. and have the i. of hell and of death

    KICK. 1 Sam. 2. 29. wherefore k. ye at my sacrifice f Acts 9. 5. it is hard to k. against the pricks, 26. 14.

    KICKED. Deut. 32. 15. but Jeshurun waxed fat and *.

    KID. Gen.ST. 31. .Joseph's brethren killed a k. of the goats 38. 17. 1 will send thee ak. from the tiock i}xod.23. 19. thou shall not see the*, in his mother's milk, 34. 26. Dent. 14. 21. i«B. 4. 23. he shall bring his offering, a k. of the goats, 28. I 9. 3. Eiek. 4.i. 22. j 45. 23. 5. 6. bring a lamb or a k. for a sin oflei ing 23. 19- then ye shall sacrifice one k. of the goats, Nnm. 7. 16, 22, 28. I 15. 24. | 28. 15, 30. I 29. 5, 11, 16, 19, 25. I-^zek. 45. + 15. Num. 15. 11. thus shall it be done for a lamb or a /[■. J7idg. 6. 19. Gideon went and made readi' a k.

    13. 19. so Manoahtook a k. with a meatoffering

    14. 6. Samson rent lion as a k. nothing in his hand

    15. 1. Samson visited his wife with a*, and said 1 Aaw. 16. CO. .Jesse took an ass laden, and a k. Isa. 11.0. the leopard shall lie down with the k. Jjuke 15. 29. and yet thou never gavest me a k,

    KID.S. Gen. 27. 9- fetch me from thence two k. of goats

    16. she put the skins of the *. on his hands J,ei-. 16. 5. he shall take two k. of the goats ISurn'i. 87. the k. of the goats for sin offering twelve 1 Ham. 111. 3. one carrying three k. another bread

    1 Kings CO. 27. pitched like two little flocks of k.

    2 Chron. .'io. 7. losiah gave lambs and k. for offerings Caiit. 1. 8. feed thy k. beside the shepherds' tents

    K1D]NEYS

    Signify, [1] Those natural parts of the body inman or beast, I.€v. 3. 4. [2] The kernels of wheat, Deut. 32. 14. [3] 'The innermost affections a7id (desires, Psal. IC. 7-

    Exod. 29. 13. thou shalt take the two k. and burn 22. I^v. 3. 4, 10, 15. I 4. 9. I 7- 4. 18. 16, 25.

    Lev. 9. 10. but fat and k. bum on the altar, 19.

    Veut. .32. 14. rams, with the fat of ^. of wheat

    Isa. 34. 6. the sword of Lord, with fat of k. of rams KILL

    Is spoken. (T) Of God, who has many ways to deprive of life. Lam. 2. 21. (11) Uf man. [1] Lawfully, when a malefactor is put to death by the sente7ice of a magistrate, Deut. 13. 9. [2] Unlawfully, 2 Sam. 13. £8. 1 Kings 21. 19. (Ill) Uf wrath, which kills men, either as it preys upon their spirits, and wasteth them in- wardly ; or, as it prompts them to such rash, furious, and wicked aciioyts, as may procure their death ; or, as it provoketh God to cut them off. Job 5. 2. (IV) Of the desire of the sloth- ful, which exposeti him to extreme want, and so to death: or puis him upon such wicked cimrses to supply his wa7ils, as brijtg him to an untimely death, Vvov. 21. 25.. (V) Of the letter, that is, the law which is said to kill, because it accus- eth, condem7ieth, and denouncelh the wrath of God agaiyist men, for not doing their duty, but gives no strength for the doing of it, 2 Cor. 3. 6.

    Gen. 4. 15. lestany finding Cain, should /■. him 12. 12. they will k. nic, but will save thee alive

    26. 7. lest the men of the place should k. me

    27. 42. doth comfort himself, purposing to /■. thee 37. 21. Keuben heard and said, let us not k. him 43. + 16. bring these men home, k, a killing

    Lxod. 1. 16. if it be a son, then ye shall k. him

    2. 14. intendest thou to *. mc ? Acts 7. 28.

    4. 24. the Lord met him, and sought to k. him 12. 6. the congregation of Israel shall *. it, 21.

    16. 3. to k. this whole assembly with hunger

    17. 3. to k. us and our children with thirst

    20. 13. thou shalt not k. Veut. 5. 17. Mat. 5. 21. Kom. 13. 9. £2. 1. if a man steal an ox or sheep, and k. it

    24. and I will k. you with the sword

    29. 11. k. bullock before the l.ort\\\\\\\\,Lev. lji.\\\\\\\\ 4.4.

    20. then shalt k. the ram, and take of his olood

    Lev. 1. 11. shall k. it on the side of the altar, 16. 15.

    3. 2. and k. it at the door of the tabernacle 8. he shall k. it before the tabernacle, 13.

    4. 24. he shall k. it in the place where they k. .33. where they k. the burnt-offering, 7- 2.

    14. 13. where he shall i. the sin offering, 16.11.

    25. he shall k. the lamb of the trespass oftei ing 50. and he shall k. the one of the birds

    20. 4. giveth his seed to Molech, and k. him not 16. thou shalt k. the woman and the beast 22. 28. whether cow or ewe, ye shall not *. it Hum. 11. 15. if thou deal thus with me, k. ine 14. 15. if thou k. all this people as one man 16. 13. hast brought us to k. us in the wilderness 22. 29. were a sword, for now would 1 k. thee 31. 17. now k. every male among the little ones, k. every woman that hath known man 35. 27. and the revensier of blood k. the slayer Veut, 4. 42. who should k. his neighbour unawares 12. 15. thou mayest k. and eat flesh in thy gates 5J60

    KIL

    Deut. 12. 21. then thou shalt k. of thy herd and flock 13. 9. but thou shalt surely k. him, thine hand 16. + 5. not k. the passover within thy gates .32. 39. 1 k. and I make alive, I wound and I heal

    Judg. 9. + 24. which strengthened his hands to k.

    13. 23. if the Lord were pleased to k. us, would not 15. 13. saying, surely we will not k. thee

    16. 2. morning, when it is day, wc shall k. him

    20. 31. they began to k. as at other times, 39.

    1 rSam. 16. 2. if Saul hear it, he will k. me

    17. 9. if he be able to k. me, then we will serve 19. 1. to all his servants, that they should k. David

    2. saying, Saul my father seeketh to k. thee 17. why should 1 *. thee |i 24. 10. bade me k. thee

    30. 15. swear thou wilt neither /(•. me, nor deliver

    2 Sam. 13. 28. I say, smite Amnon, then k. him

    14. 7. that we may k. him, for life of his brother .32. if any iniquity be in me, let him k. me

    21. 4. nor for us shalt thou k. any man in Israel

    1 Kijigs 11. 40. Solomon sought to k, .leroboam 12. 27. and they shall k. me, and go again to Hehob.

    2 Kings b.1. am 1 a (iod, to k. and make alive r 7. 4. and if they k. us, we shall but die

    11. 15. him that foUoweth her *. with the sword 2 Chron. 35. 6. k. the passover, sanctify yoursehes Esth. 3. 13. letters were sent by posts to k. all Jews

    7. +4. are sold, that they should destroy and k. Eccl. 3. 3. a time to k. and a time to heal Isa. 14. .30. and I will k. thy root with famine

    29. 1. add ye year to year, let them k. sacrifices Ezek. 34. 3. ye k. them that are fed, but feed not Mat. 5. 21. who shall k. shall be in danger of judgm.

    10. 28. fear not them which k. the body, J.uke 12. 4. 17. 23. and they shall k. him, Markg. 31. j 10. .34. 21. 38. this is the heir, come let us k. him, Mark 12. 7. Luke 20. 14. 23. 34. and some of them j'e shall k. an

    26. 4. they might take Jesus by subtilty and k. him Mark 3. 4. is it lawful to save life, or to k. 1

    10. 19. do not k. Luke 18. 20. Jam. 2. 11. Luke 13. 31. depart hence, for llerod will k. thee

    15. 23. and bring hither the fatted calf and k. it

    22. 2. the priests and scribes sought how to k. him John 5. 18. Jews sought the more to k. him, 7. 1.

    7. 19. keepeth the law, why go ye about to k. me ?

    20. thou liast a devil, w ho goeth about to k. thee ?

    25. is not this he whom they seek to k. '! 8. 22. will he *. himself.' 1| ,37. ye seek to k. me, 40.

    10. 10. the thief cometh not but to steal and k. Acts 9. 23. the .lews took counsel Xok. Paul, 26.21.

    24. watched the gates day and night to k. him 10. 13. came a voice to him, rise, Peter, k. and eat 21. 31. as they went about to k. him, tidings 23. 15. we, ere he come near, are ready to Ic. him

    25. 3. laying wait in the way to k. him

    27.42. the soldiers" counsel w.is to k. tlie prisoners Jam.2. 11. if thou commit no adultery, yet if thou /t.

    4. 2. ye k. and desire to have, and cannot obtain liev. 2. 23. and 1 will k. her children with death

    6. 4. and that they should k. one another 8. power was given them to k. with the sword

    9. 5. it was given that they should not k. them

    11. 7. the be;ist shall overcome them and k. them

    KILLED. Gen. 31. t 54. then Jacob k. beasts on the mount

    37. 31. they took Joseph's coat, and k. a kid Exod. 21. 29. the beaat hath k. a man or woman Lev. 4. 15. the bullock shall be k. before the Lord

    6. 25. in the place where the burnt offering is k. shall the sin offering be k. before the lord

    8. 19. the ram he k. || 14. 5. one of the birds be k.

    14. 6. shall dip them in the blood of the bird k. IsSum. 16. 41. ye have k. the people of the Lord

    31. 19. whosoever hath k. ;uiy person, puiify

    1 Sam. 24. 11. the skirt of thy iot)e, and k. thee not

    25. 11. take my flesh I have k. lor my shearers

    28. 24. the woman hasted and k. the calf

    2 Sam. 12. 9. thou hast k. Uriah with the sword 21. 17. Abishai smote the Philistine and k. him

    1 Kinr/s 16. 7- like Jeroboam, and because he k. him 10. Zimri went and smote Ela, and k. him

    21. 19. hast thou k. and also taken possession ?

    2 Kings 15. 25. Pekali k. Pekahiah, and reigned

    1 Chro7t. 19. 18. David k. Shophach the ca|)tain

    2 Chron. 18. 2. A hab k. sheep and oxen in aliundance

    26. 3. he slew tliose that had k. the king his fathei'

    29. 22. so they k. the bullocks, rams, lambs

    24. the priests k. them and made reconciliation .30. 15. k. the passover, 35. 1, 11. Ezra 6. 20. Psal. 44. 22. for thy sake are we k. all the day long Prov. 9. 2. hath k. her beasts, mingled her wine Lam. 2. 21. thou hast k. and not pitied Mat. 16. 21. *. and raised again, Mark». 31. 1 9. 31.

    21. 35. beat one, and k. another, Mark 12. 5.

    22. 4. my oxen and my fatlinas are k. all things

    23. 31. are children of them tliat *. the prophets Mark 6. 19. and Ilerodias would have k. him

    12. 8. k. him and cast him out of the vineyard

    14. 12. the first day, when they k. the passover Luke 11. 47. and your fathers k. them, 48.

    12. 5. after he hath k. hath power to cast into hell

    15. 27. thy father hath k. the fatted calf, 30. 22. 7. the day when the passover must be k.

    Acts a. 15. k. the Prince oflifetl 12.2. he*. James 16.27. he drew his sword, and would have /. himself

    23.12. not eat nor drink till they had k. Paul 27. taken of the Jews, and should have been k.

    Rom. 8. .36. for thy sake we are k. all the day long 11. 3. Lord, they have k. thy prophets, and digped QCor.6. 9. as dying we live, as chastened and nolX. 1 Thess. 2. 15. who k. the Lord Jesus an

    KIN

    KILT EST Mat. 23. 37. that *. the prophets, Luke 13. »*.

    KILLEIH. Lev. 17. 3. who k. an ox, goat in the camp, or k. out

    24. 17. he that k. any man shall surely be put to

    death, 21. Num. .'t5. 30. 18. he that k. a beast, shall make it good, 21. Num. 35. 11. the slayer may flee, who *. any person unawares, 15. lieut. 19.4. Josh.'ii). 3, 9.

    1 Sam. 2. 6. the Lord k, and maketh alive

    17. 25. nian who k. him, king will enrich, 26, 27. Job 5. 2. for wrath k. the foolish man

    24. 14. the murderer k. the j)oor and needy Prov. 21. 25. thcdcsire of the slothful k. him Isa. 66. 3. he that k. an ox, as if he slew a man Johtt 16. 2. who*, you, think he doeth Godser\\\\\\\\iee

    2 Cur. 3. 6. for the letter*, the Spirit giveth lite liev. 13. 10. he tliat *. with sword must be killed

    KILLING. Gen. 43. +16. bring these men home, kill a*. Judg. 9. 24. which aided him in *. his brethren 2 Chr. .'W. 17- the Levites had charge of *. passover Psal. 42. + 10. as with a *. mine enemies reproach Prov. 9. + 2. wisdom hath killed her *. Isa. 22. 13. slaying oxen, and *. sheep, eating flesl> Hos. 4.2. by swearing, lying, *. and stealing Mark 12. 5. sent others, beating some, and *. some-

    KIN. Lev. 18. 6. none shall approach to any near of *.

    20. 19. for he uncovereth his near *.

    21. 2. for his *. that is near, he may be defiled

    25. 25. if any of his *. come to redeem it, 49. Nuth 2. 20. Naomi said^theman is nearof *. tous- 2 Sam. 19. 42. the king is near of *. to us

    Mark 6. 4. a prophet is not, but among his own *.

    KIND, Substantive. Gen. 1. 11. fruit-tree yielding fruit after his *. 12. 12. herb yielding seed after his *. and the tree 21. the waters brought forth abundantly after thein *. and every winged fowl after his *..

    24. earth, and beast of earth after their *.

    25. God made the beast of the earth after his *. 6. 20. of fowls after their *. and of cattle after theiB

    *. every creeping thing afier his *. 7. 14. beast, cattle, and fowl, after their *. Lev, 11. 14. ill abomination, vulture, kite, raven,, hawk after his *. 15, 16, 19. Veut. 14. 11. 29. the weasel, mouse, and tortoise after his *. 19. 19. not let thy cattle gender with a diverse *. 1 Chron. 28. 14. for all instruments of every *. Neh. 13. 20. sellers of all *. of ware, lodged Eccl. 2. 5. I planted trees of all *. of fruits Ezek. 27. 12. the multitude of all *. of riches Mat. 13. 47. like a net, and aathered of every *. 17. 21. *. goeth not out but by prayer, Mark 9. 29v-

    1 Cor. 15. 39. there is one *. of flesh ofmen Jam. 1. 18. that we should be a*, of first-fruits

    3. 7. for every *. of beasts and birds is tamed KIND.

    2 Chron. 10. 7. saying, if thou be *. to this people I^uke 6. 35. (lOd is *. to the unthankful and eviV

    1 Cor. 13. 4. charity suiTereth long and is *. Eph. 4. 32. be *. one to another, tender-hearted

    KINDS. Gen. 8. 19. whatsoever creepeth after their *.

    2 Chron. 16. 14. filled with divers *. of spices Jer. 15. 3. I will appoint over them four *.

    Ezek. 47. 10. their fish shall be according to their >f. Van. 3. 5. dulciiner, and all *. of music, 7, 10, 15.

    1 Cor. 12. 10. to another divers *. of tongues

    14. 10. there are, it may be, so many *. of voices

    KINDLE. Pror. 26. 21. a contentious man to *. strife Isa. 9. 18. it shall *. in the thickets of the forest 10. 16. *. a burning like the burning of fire 30. 33. the breath of the Lord doth *. it 43. 2. nor shall the flame *. upon thee Jer. 33. 18. never want a man to *. meat-offering* Obad. 18. fire and flame shall *. in them

    KIM DEED. Gen. .39. 19. Potiphar's wrath was *. Lev. 10. 6. bewail the burning the Lord hath *. Num. 11. 33. the wrath of the Lord was *. ])eut. 11. 17. 2 Kings i1. 13, 17. Psal. 106.40.

    2 Sam. 22. 9. coals were *. by it, Psal. 18. 8. Job 19. 11. he hath also *. his wrath against me

    32. 2. then was *. the wrath of Elihu, against Job- was his wrath *. because he justified himsclS 3. against his three friends was his wrath *. 5. 42. 7. niy wrath is *. against thee, and friends Psal. 2. 12. when his wrath is *. but a little 124. 3. when their wrath is*, against us Isa. 50. 11. walk in the sparks that ye have *, Jer. 44. 6. wrath was *. in the cities of J udah Ezek. 20. 48. shall see, that 1 the Lord have *. it IJos. 11. 8. my repentings are *. together Luke 12. 49. what will 1, if it be already *. See Angf.r, Fire. KINDLETH. Job 41. 21. his breath *. coals, a flame goeth Jsa. 44. 15. yea, he *. it, ana baketh hrcad Jam. 3. 5. how great a matter a little fire *.

    KINDLY. Gen. 24. 49. if you will deal *. with me, 47. 29. .34. 3. Shechem spake *. to the damsel 50. 21. Joseph spake *. to his brethren Josh. 2. 14. that we will deal *. and truly with thee Jiuth 1. 8. the Lord deal *. with you, as ye dealt

    1 Sam. 20. 8. thou shalt deal *. with thy servant

    2 Kings Q5. 28. spake *. to .lehoiachin, Jer. 52. 32. liom. 12. 10. be *. aflTectioned one to another

    KINDNESS. Gen. 20. 13. this is thy *. thou shalt shew to me 21. 23. according to the *. 1 have done to thee 24. 12. O IjOrd, shew *. to my master Abraham 14. know that thou hast shewed *. to my master .39. t 21. the Ixjrd extended *. to Joseph 40. 14. think on me, and shew *. 1 pray thee Josh. 2. 12. swear, since I have shewed you *. that ye will also shew *. to my father's house Judg. 8. .35. nor shewed *. to the house of Jeruhbaai liufh 2. 20. not left ofl his *. to living and dead

    J

    KIN

    Jiut/i 3. 10. thou bast showed more i. in latter end 1 ."(Vim. 15. 6. ve shewed k. to Israel when Ihcy r.lilie CD. 14. thou Shalt shew me the i. i. anv, that 1 mav shew the /•. of dud to him 7. 1 will surely bfiew tliee t. for .lonathaii's sake 10. "■ 1 «dl shew /(-. to Hanun son of Naha-h, as ills father sl'.ewed i-. to me, 1 C/inm. 19. C.

    10. 17. .Absalom said, is tliis thy X-. to thy friend • a A'/«.

    :>. 6. thou hast kept for Davi

    + 17. she olitained X. more than all the virgins J'it!/. :n. "1. he hath shewed me his marveUous X. 117. '-• for his merciful X. is iireat toward us ii'.K 76. let thv merciful X. be for mv coiniort 141. 5. let the'rii:liteous smite me, it shall be a X. I'rov. \\\\\\\\9. "". the desire of a mall is his X. and a iwoi .SI. Cti. and in her tonirue is the law of <-. Jul. jt.K. with everlasfinL' X. uill 1 have mercy on

    10. but my X-. shall not depart from thee a". ^ 1. men <-»f X. taken awav, none considerin:j Jtr. C. 'J. 1 renu lulier thee, the X. of th> youth //I'.t. !).< 4. vour X. asamoriiinL'cloudandearlvdew Jcel C. 1:1. tor he is Hracious, of i:reat X. Jiunh 4. C. .IclA CO. C. the barbarous peop. shewed us no little X. '-J Cor. 0. 0. by pureness, by lon^ sutferini', by /■-. t'pli. '2. 7. in his X. towanl us throunli C hrist.'esus ■(^}/.:i. IC. put on X. humbleness of mind, meekuesa 1 Tim. 5. t 4. let tliem learn to sliew X. at home 'Jtr. ;!. 4. after the X. of (lod our Saviour appeared ■t: Pet. 1. 7. to L'odliiiess brothel Iv X. to X-. ciiaritv

    /I'liHyMMiNK'SS. /'tn/. 17. 7. shew thv marvellous hiinq-k. OC. ?. Cfi. :>. thv l.-h. is before mine eves, I have "alked 30. 7. how excellent is thy /.■i-ino-i-. () Cod ! 1(1. U continue iliv Ifiiiiu k. to them that know

    40. 10, 1 have not concealed tliy Un-.k. and truth 't\\\\\\\\. let thv h>vi!t(]-k. (outinuallv preserve me

    4-:. H. \\\\\\\\et the I ord will commaiid his l.nin,/ k. 48. 0. we haie thou-ht of thy l,niii!,-k. () (lod 51. 1. have mercy on me accordint; tothv hniyuj-k.

    ir,-k. in the mornin- lO.S. 4. who crowiieth thee with loi.k. and mercies 107. 4:>. tliey shall undersfHnd /..; .-X. of the Lord 11'.'. Hi. quicken me after tliy Imnri-k. l.'iO.

    14<.». hear mv voice accordiiiL' to thv i'lDig-k. I.'i8. C. 1 will praise thy name for thv lv:i:'iyk. M.S. 8. cause me to hear thv In: imi-k'. in the morn.

    Jc. <». 04. I am the Lord which exercise /

    Iloi. 'J. L.i. I will betroth thee to me in hitmi-k. l.oiinuKlS DM'SSKS.

    Pynl. Qo. 6. remember I

    ij«. C.i. 7- I will mention the lnii,g-k. of the Lord, according; to the multitude of his luiina-k. MN 1)K ID.

    <"fn. IC. 1. God said, uet thee tfom thv X. .Iclf7. ,3. 'J4. 4. go to X. an

    .A«/«. 10. :M}. I will depart to iiiv own land and X-.

    Jo.>/i.6. C3. and they brought oiit all her X.

    JUil/i '.'. .-!. Hoaz was of the X. of llimelech, S. C.

    I C/iruH. 12. Cy. of l',eiijamin the X. of Saul SiKX)

    J'.sl/i. C 10. Ksther shew ed not lier people or X. CO. 8. 0. how endure to see the destruction of mv X.

    .Jo/> SC. C. the wrath of lliliu, of tbe k. of l!a"m.

    j::ik. 11. 15. men of thv X. said, "et far trom the L.

    J.iike 1. 01. none of thv X. called bv this name

    ^-/fM 4. 0. as were of the X. of the hinh priest 7. IS. .loseph'sX. was made known to l^haraoh 14. calleil his father lacob to him and all his k. 10. the same dealt subtillv with our X.

    1 Jim. .). ♦ 8. provide not lor those of bis own X-.

    J. :y.y. redeemed us out of e^erv X. and toiiiiue

    14. 0. the everlastini.' j;ospel to iireach to every X.

    M.SDUKDS.

    ] C/,r. If), ca. eive to the 1 ord. ve X. Pra/ or, 7

    P.,. ':■: Ql all X of nations shall w,.rship bet. 'thee

    yjcis .!. •::,. sliall all the X. of the earth be ble.ssed

    J^ei. 1.7. an.iall X. ot the earth sliall wail berause 7. 0. a fireat imdiitu.le of all X, >t..od before throne

    11. 0. of X, shall .see their dead Ixxlies three davs l:t. 7- and power was f-'iven him over all X. "

    1\\\\\\\\ 1 N I', Is taken. [I] Properly, f„r cous, IVut. 7. IS. [CI

    lltMiratively, y„A ,•//,■ pnmt/, uealtki/, and yoltut

    TvleixnJ l.\\\\\\\\rnel, Amos 4. 1. <;e7i. .SC, 15, forty X. ten bulls, a "resent to Tsan

    41. C. there came up seven well favoured X, 18

    :\\\\\\\\. .seven other X. came out of the river, 4, 10, "0 Ct"). the seven Kood X. are seven vears •77. the seven thin ill favomeil X.'aresevrn vears Deut. 7. IS, he will bless the increase of tl.v'X CH. 4. blessed shall be the im rease of Ihv (. 18. cursed shall be the increase of tliv"X. 51. which shall not leave the increase "of thv X 3C. 14. butter of X. milk of sheep, lat of lau'ibs'

    1 Sam. (1. 7. take two mili li X. and tie tbe X,

    10. took two X. II IC. the X, took tbe strai-ht wav 14. they clave the wocxl of can. and oflered the X

    2 .S«m. 17. CO. butter, and ( heese of X, for David Amos 4. 1. hear this word, ve k. of Uaslian

    c- •-: KING

    signilieri, jl sovereign prince, or chief ruler in a

    KIN

    kingdom, Pr )v. 8. 15. It is applied, [1] To Gcd, the SI preme l\\\\\\\\itler and Ooieryior of tke xiorld, Ps.il. 44. 4. rc] To Christ, the Kittr/ aJid Ileadii hisciuich, P.~al. C. 0. | 45. 1. [S] To ail real christians :ih > are heirs if the kiitf/doin of gloria, and are enabled to iinr against, and at last to cc«- quer, .sni, .^atan, and all their spiritual enemits, Kev. 1. 0. [t] ^ii the devil, liev. u. 11. ('•en. 14. 18. Mechizetleck X. of Salem, lleh. '. 1. .';0. 31. kinus that reigned in Lilom, before there remne.l anv X. over Israel, 1 Chrvn. 1.4o. F.xod. 1. 8. there arose up a new X. over Li'vpt .\\\\\\\\um. CS. CI. the sliout of a X. is amoni; tlieiu C4. 7. and his X, shall be lm;her than At'a- Dtut. 17. 14. Shalt say, 1 will setaX.overme

    15. thou shaU in anv w ise set him X. o\\\\\\\\er thee C8. Si>. 1,(1. snail brinir thee and thy X. to a nation .SS. 5. and he was X-. in le^hurun when the heads Jiidg. 8, 18. eacli resembled the children of a X. o. K, the trees went to anoint a X. over them 17. 0. in those da\\\\\\\\s no X. in Israel, but everv man .lid rmht in his own eyes, 18. 1.1 19, i, I CI. C5, 1 Sum. C. 10. Lord shall Hive slrennth to his X. 8. 5. i;o make us a X. to judne us like the nations 0, Hive us a X, ; 0. shew the manner ot the X. 11.

    18. ve shall crv out on that dav because (jf vourX.

    19. ue will have a X. |: CC. and make them" a k. Co. that our X, may ludne us, and ho before us

    10. 19. ye said unto him, iiav, but seta /.-.over us

    CI. tile people shouted. and" said, God savetlie X.

    C.Sflw. 10. lO.C Knif/s 11. IC. C ( /ir. Co. 11.

    IC. 1, behold, 1 have made H X. over vou C, and now- behold, the X. walketh beh re vou IC. ye Said unto me, nav, but a X. shall reinn over us, wlien the Loi d your God was \\\\\\\\ our X. 1;!. behold the X. whom ye have chosen 17. that vour w icke liiess is nreat in askinH' a X. 19. have added to our sins this evil, to ask us a X. C5. ye shall be consumed, both vcu and vour X.

    15. 1. the Lord sent me to anoint thee to be X. CS. he hath reiecled thee from beinn k. CO.

    10. 1. I have piovitled me a k. amt-nH Ins sons

    19. 4. let not the X. sinanainst his servant Lavid

    CO. 5, 1 should not fail to sit with tlie X, at meat

    CC. 15. let not the X. inifiute any thing toliisserv.

    CL Co. I know that thou shall surelv be X.

    C5, .SO, Nabal held a least like the "feast of a k.

    C9. 8. ananr^t the enemies of mv lord tlie X, C >nm. C. y, he made Ish-bosheth X. over (.dead

    3. SO. what the X. did. pleaseil all the people ,S7. that it wasn.it or the X. to slav .Abner

    5, IC.the l.unl hail estahlislied him X. over Israel

    11.8. there billowed him a mess of meat from X.

    IC. 7. thussaitli Lor.i, 1 anoiiiteil thee X. o\\\\\\\\er Isr.

    IS. IS. theref.ire I prav thee, speak to the X.

    14. 9. and the X. aii.l his throne be Huiltless

    17. as an annel ot ( i. so is my Lord the X. 19. C7.

    15. C, that had a controversy, came to the X.

    S. there is none deputed of tlie X, to hear thee 19, abide with the X. for thou art a straiiner CI. in what place mv lord the X. shall be

    10. 0. whv. should this dead doH curse the k. ?

    17. C. people ahall riee, 1 willsmite the X, onlv

    18. IS. there is no matter lii.l Irom the X,

    19. 9. the X. saved us out of tlie hand of our enemies 11, the speech of all Israel is come to the X.

    19. that the X. shouhi take it to his heart CC. 1 know that 1 am this dav X. over L-rael C8. what linbt have I to cry any more to the k.? 4C. because the X. is near of kin to us 4S. and saiil. we have ten parts in the X.

    CC. 51. he is the tower of salvation tor his X.

    C4. CS. these did .Araunah as a X. nive to the k. 1 Kings 1,5. then .A.Ioi,.ijal, sai.l, 1 will be X. .S5. for Solomon sliall be X. in mv stead

    C. ID. well, 1 will jpeak for thee to the k. 38. as the X. hath said, so will thv servant do

    3, 7. hast made thv servant X, instead of David CC. thus the women spake before the X.

    C8. Israel heard the ludHmeiit the X. iudned 8. OC, the X. and all Israel ..tfeied sacrifice in. :f. there was not anv thinn bid from the X.

    11. CO, .leroboam lilted np lu.^ hand anainst the X. ,S7. thou shall leinn and shall be X. over Israel

    14. C. .Aliijah, wh.i lohl me 1 shoul.l he X. 14. the L'ord shall rai^e him up a X, over Israel

    10. 10. Zimri (oiisiiire.l and hath slain the X. CI. 10, thou didst blaspheme God anil the X.

    CC. IS, prophet.Mleclare Hoo.l to the X. C Chr. 18. IC.

    47. there was then no X in I'.dom, a depiitv wasX.

    C Wings 1 . 1 1 , ( ) man of G od , X. said , come down, 9

    4. IS. wouldest thou be spoken for to the X, ;

    7. C. then a lord on w hos.' hand the X. leaii.d

    8. 3. she went to crv to the X. for her house 13. the Lord ball, shewed that Ihou shall be X. Co. I'.dom revolted, ma.le a k. over themselves

    111. 5. sent, saviiiH. we will not make anv X. 11.8. and be wilh the X. as he HOeth out and cometli 17. .lehoiacia made a covenant between the Lord and the X. between the X. also anil tlie people

    1 1. 5. had slain the X. his lather, C Chron. C5. S. CC. 9, bidiiHlit the X. woril, Co. C Chron. 34. lO. C8.

    19. Shaphan rea.l it belore the X, C Chion.:'\\\\\\\\. \\\\\\\\x\\\\\\\\.

    C5. 0. thev look the X.and brouHht him. ./,;■. .5C. o, 1 Chron. 4. CS. thev dwelt with the X. for his work

    C4. 0. Shemaiah wr.itethem before the k.

    C9.C0. bowed and worshipped the lord and the X. C ' hron. C, 1 1. he hath made thee X.over them. 9. 8.

    10, 15. so the X. heaikene.l not to the people

    11. CC. b>r he thouHht to make him X.

    CI. CI. they stoneil him at the command of the X. C5, 10, art Ihou made of the X. counsel ' b.rU-ar l-.ra 4. IC. be it know n to tbe X. that. IS, I 5. 8. 0. 10. and prav t.ir the lile of X. and sons

    7. CO. who will not do the law of the X.

    C7, which hath put in the X. heart to heaulify

    8, CC, to require of the X. a band

    C. 19. what do ve ' will ve rebel anainst the X. ? 0, 6. mayest bt their X, accordiiiH to these words 7. to preach, say iny, tlitre is a X. in Judah

    KIN

    JNV//. 13. CO. yet amons many nations was there n

    7. 8. as the word went out of the X. mouth

    9. tor Mordecai, who had spoken t:o..d fur the X. Job lo, C4. shall iirevail. as a X. readv to the battle

    18. 14. It shall briiiH him to tbe X. o"f terrors

    'Z9. i:^. I sat chiet, and dwelt as a X-. in the arinv

    34. 18. IS it lit to say to the X. thou art wicked •' 41. 34. he is a X, over all the children 1 f piioe

    I'sal. C. 0. I set my X. upon mv holv hill of /irn 5. C. hearken to my cry, my X. and"mv (iod.84 3. 10. 10. the Lord is X. tor ever and eve"r, -:'). lu

    18. 50. Hieat deliverance nivetli he to hi5 X Co. y, let the X. hear us when we call

    CI. 1. the X. shall joy in thy streiiuth. () T,oiil

    7. for the X. triisteth in the L. and not be iroved C4. 7. and theX. of nlory shall couie in, 9,

    8. who is X. of nlorv r the Lord stroiiH and mi"hty

    10. the Lord of hosts he is the X. of nlorv

    35. 10. no X. saveil by the multitude ot a"n host

    44. 4. art my X. G God, command deliverances

    45. 1. of the tbinns 1 have made touchiiiH tiie X.

    11. so shall the X. greatly desire thy beautv

    14. she shall be brouHht"tu the X. 111 raiment 47. 0. siiiH praises to our k. \\\\\\\\ ~ . God is the X. til. 0. thou wilt prolonn the X. lire and years OS. U, but the X, shall rejoice in Ciod, e"vtry one ti8. C4. thev have seen the Hoinns of mv God", ni\\\\\\\\ k. 7C. 1. Hive the X-. ihy judHinents, () Go.l

    74. IC. (iod is mv X. of old, workinn salvation

    89. 18. the holy Gne of Israel is ourX,

    98, 0. make a jovful noise before the Lord the X.

    09. 4. the X. streiiHth also loveth judnmeiit

    li 5. CO, the X. sent and loosed him, let him ho t'ree

    149. C. let the children of Zioii be jo\\\\\\\\tul in their X. I'roi. 14. C8. in multitude or jieople fs the X. honour .35. the X. favour is toward a wise servant

    Co. C8. mercy and truth preserve the X.

    CC. 11. tor nraceof his lijis, the X. shall be his friend

    C4. CI . my sou, rear thou the Lord and ihe X.

    C5. 5. take awav the w ickeil from berore the X.

    .SO. C7. the locusts have no X. yet Ho tl-.ey tortli

    31. and a X. anainst w hom there is no HsiiiH up J'.cel. C. IC. what can the man do that cometli after X-.

    5. 9, the X. himself is served by the tiel.l

    8. 4. where the word of a X, is. there is power

    10. 10. wiieto thee. U land, when thy X. is a child 17. blessed when thy X. is thesonofnol les

    Co. curse not the X. no, not in thv thounht Cant. 1. 4, tlieX. brounlit me into his chamber IC. w hile the X. sitteth at his table, mv spikenard

    3. 11. beholil X. Solomon with the crown 7.5, the X. ishel.l in tlie naileries

    J'a.G. 5. mine eyes lia\\\\\\\\e seen the X. the L. ofho.sts 7 0. let us set a X. in the midst of it, son ot I abeal 8. CI. curse their X. and their God, and look up

    19. 4. and a fierce X. shall rule over them CS. J5, accordiiiH to tlie da\\\\\\\\ s of one X,

    .SO. 33, for lophet.yea, I. 'r the X. it is prepared 3C. 1 . behold, a X. shall reinn in riHliieousiiess 33. 17. thine eves shall see the X-. in his beauty CC. the Lord isourX. he will save us 41. CI. bring your reasons, saith the k. of .lacob 43, 15. 1 am the Gieator of Israel vour X. .57.9. and thou wentestto the X. with ointment ././■. 4. 9. that (he heart oi the X. shall perish !'■. 19. is not tlie L. in /ion ■ is not herX. in her ' 19. 10. the Lord is tiie true Goil. an evei lasling k. 13. 18. say to the X. and queen, humble \\\\\\\\ ourselves CS. 5. a X. shall reinn an. I | ros|)er and execute C9. Hi. thus saith the I ord.ot the X, that sitletli 38, 5. f.-r the X. is not he that can.lo anv thing C5, .leclare what hast said to the X. the "X. to thee 40. 18. as I live, saitli the X. whose iiauie is tbe Lor.l ot hosts, 48. 15. 51. 57. 49. 1. w-liv doth their X, inherit (iad an. I .Iwell in .38. I willdestrov from thence the X. and princes J.iim. CO. the I or.i hath despised the X, and priest ,/.:

    15. hath taken ofllieX. seed ami made a covenant

    10. w here the X. dwelleth that made him X. C('i.7. 1 will bring a X. ot kinns trom the north ST, '.C. an.l one X,shall be X. to them all. C4.

    Villi. C. 111. there is no X. aske.l such tliinns at anv

    11, theie is none that call shew it beti'le the X. CI,brmniiieinbeloietlieX,aiiii 1 will shew the X.

    S. l.i. il,e\\\\\\\\ brounlit these men before the X.

    4. CL decree whi, h is come up.ui mv lord the k. 31. while the word was in Ihe X. month

    .37. 1 praise, extol, and hi'iiour the X. of heaven

    5. 5. the k. saw tbe part of the haii.l that wrote 0,0, the [irilues assembled tonetber lo the X.

    8, CS. a X, of bene countenance shall stan.l up 11.3, and a minlitv X. shall stand iii) M rule

    ,S0. iheX.sliall.loa.i.ir.iiiinl.) his will Jlos. 3.4. Israel shall abide ma:ivda\\\\\\\\s without a X.

    5. Israel shall seek tbe Lord, "and "Dav i.i their X. 5. I.i. then Lphraim sent to X. .lareb, 10.0. 7. 3. thev make the X. nl.i.l wilh their w k kedness

    5. ill the dav of our X, princes ma.le him sick

    10. 3. we baCe no X. what llieii .sh.iul.l a X. do - 7. lurX. is cut olL as the loam iip.in the water

    11. 5. but Ihe .A.ssvriaii shall be hisX. because IS. 10. 1 will b.- IhvX. give me a X. and princes

    11. I na\\\\\\\\e thee a k. in mine anner an.l took him .//)/..,. 1. 15. an.l thiir X shall no into i .qitivity

    7. 1,3. tor it is theX. (hapel. the X. court Mir. C, 13. and their X. shall pass belore them

    4. 9. whv dost thou crv ■ is theie no X. in thee ? Zieh.o. ,5. and the X, shall i>erish Iroin Gaza

    9. behol.l thv X, Cometh tolbee, .Mot. CI. .5.

    11. 0. will .lelivereverv one inio the band of his*. 14.9. Ihe lor.l shall be X. over alltbeeaith

    10. everv one shall even go up to worship theX. 17. Mat. 18, CS, kinnilom likened to a certain X. CC. C.

    CC. 11. when the X. came in to see the yuests Marl, 0, C5, she came with haste to the X and asked J.nie 14, SI, what X. Hoeth to war against another X.

    19. 3J5. blessed be the X. that coinetli in name of L.

    261

    KIN

    Xk*« 23. 2. sayinc, that he himself is Christ, a k. John 6. 15. to make him a k. \\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\ 12. 15. thy k. cometli

    18. .37. Pilate said to him, art tliou a *. then ?

    19. 12. whosoever maketh himself a *. speaketh ag.

    14. Pilate saith to the Jews, behold your k.

    15. shall I crucify your k. ! have no k. but Cesar Acls1.\\\\\\\\%. till another *. arose, who knew not Joseph

    1.3. 21. afterward they desired a /. and tiod gave 17. 7. saying, that there is another k. one Jesus 26. 26. for tlie k. knoweth of these things

    1 Tim. 1. 17. now to tlie k. eternal, immortal 6. 15. w ho is the k. of kings, and Lord of lords

    lieh. 11. 23. not afraid of the /!-. commandment 27. Aloses not fearing the wrath of the k.

    1 }'et.1. 13. whetlier to the /-.as supreme, or govern.

    17. honour all men, fear God, honour the k. Jiev. 9. 11. they had a *. over them, tlie angel

    15. 3. just are thy ways, thou K. ot saints 17. 14. he is Lord of lords, K. of kings, 19. 16. KIlSiG of t/ie Amorttes, See SiHON. KING of /U-yria.

    2 Kings 15. 19. Pul the k. of Asxy. came agst. land 20. Alenahem exacted money to give k. if Ax.sy.

    16. 18. turned he from house of Lord to k. of Asty.

    17.6. in ninth year of Hoshea^.A/.-l. took Samaria 18. 11. k, of jissy. did carry away Israel to Assy.

    19. speak, thus saith great king the k. of Assyna 3.3. delivered his land out of hand of*, of Assyria

    19. 32. saith [..concerning*. e/'/J.f.tj(»io, /m. .37..J3. Kira 6. 22. turned the heart ot k. of Assy, to them Isa.1. 17. Lord shall bring upon tlice the k. of Assy.

    20. shall shave by k. of/lssyria the head and hair Jer.M. 17. tirstthe k. of Assyria hath devoured him

    18. I will punish Baby, as I punished k. of Ass, Nah. 3.18. thy shepherds slumber, O X-.o/yi.thy nob.

    See Bashan, Babylon, David.

    KING of Egypt.

    Exod, 1. 17. midwives did not as k. of Egypt comm.

    3. 19. I am sure the k. of Egypt will not let you go 6.13. the L. gave them a charge to the *. nf Egypt

    2 Kings 24. 7 . the k. of E. came not again any more,

    had taken all that pertained to tlie *. of Egypt

    2 Clir. 12. 2. k. of Eg. came up against Jerusalem

    36. 3. the k. of Egypt put him down at Jerusalem

    4. ti\\\\\\\\e k. of Egypt made Eliakim his brother king Ita. 36.6. so is tlie k. of Egypt to all that trust in him

    See Pharaoh.

    See Great, Hoisk, Jews.

    KING of Israel.

    1 Sam, 24. 14. after whom is the k. of Tsr. come out

    26. 20. for the k. of Isr. is come out to seek a flea ZSam.f). 20. how glorious was the X-.o//.>ra«/ to-day

    1 A7»ff*20. 31. letus, I pray thee,gooutto*.(j/J.tT. 22. 31. fight not, save only with the k. of Israel

    ■ .32. they said, surely it is it. of Israel, 2 (Jhr. 18. 31.

    2 Kinys 6. 11. shew me which of us is for*, of Israel

    16. 7. save me out of the hand of *. of Israel

    2 Chr. 18. 30. fight ye not, save only with *. of Israel .32. captains perceived that it was not *. of Israel

    35. 3. son of David *. of Isr. did build, Ezra 5. 11. Ne/i. 13. 26. did not .Solomon *. of Isr. sin by these Isa. 44. 6. thus saith the Lord, the *. of Israel Hos. 10. 15. in a morning shall the *. of Is. be cut off Zeph. 3. 15. the *. of Israel is in the midst of thee jVya/. 27.42.if he be*, let him descend, Mark 15. .32. JbAnl.49. thouart*.«/7.f. II 12.13. blessed is *.o//.

    KING 0/ JwrfaA. 2 KiTigsS. 16. Jehoshaphat being then *. ofjuda/i

    22. 18. but to *. ofjudah which sent you to inquire HChron, 34. 26. and as for *. of .hidah Viho sent you

    35. 21. what have 1 to do with thee, thou *. ofjud. Jer. 34. 4. hear the word of the \\\\\\\\A. O *. ofjudah

    37. 7. thus shall ye say to *. ofjudah who sent you

    KIMG of Moah. JVm»i.23.7. Balak *. ofMoab brought me from Aram Josh. 24. 9. the *. of Moah warred against Israel Judg. 3. 14. Israel served Kglon the *. of M. ISyears

    11. 17. Israel in like inanner sent to the *. of Moah

    25. art thou any thing better than Balak *. of M. '!

    1 Sam. 12.9. sold them into the hand of *. of iMoab 22. 4. David brought father and mother to *. ofM.

    2 Kings 3. 4. and ftfesha *. ofM. was a sheep-master

    5. the *. of Moah rebelled against Israel, 7.

    26. when the *. of M. saw the battle was too sore Jer. 27. 3. send bonds and yokes to the *. of Moab

    O KING.

    1 Sam, 17. 55. Abner said, O *. I cannot tell 23. 20. now, therefore, U k, come down

    86. 17. my lord, O *. 2 Sam. 14. 9, 22. 1 16. 4 1 19. 26. 1 Kings 1. 13, 20, 24. 1 20. 4. 2 Kings 6. 12, 26. I 8. 5.

    2 Sam. 14. 4. the woman of Tekoah said, help, O k. 15. 34. if thou say, 1 will be thy servant, O *.

    2 Chron. 25. 7. U k. let not the army of Israel go Psal. 145. 1. 1 will extol thee, my God, U k. Jer. 10. 7. who would not fear thee, (; *. of nations ' Ban. 2. 4. Ok. live forever, 3. 9. 15.10. |6. 21. 29. as for thee, O *. || 31. thou, O *. sawest an image 37. thou, O *. art a king of kinas, for God hath 3. 10. thou. (J*, hast made a decree, that every man

    17. he will deliver us out of thy hand, (>*.

    18. be it known to thee, O k. |1 24. true, O k.

    4. 22. it is tliou, O *. || 27. O *. let my counsel be 31. saying, O k. Mebuchadnez. to thee it is spoken

    5. 18. O thou *. the most high Go

    19. whereupon, O *. 1 was not disobedient

    KING 0/ Persia.

    Eira 4. 3. as Cyrus, *. of Persia hath commanded us

    5. even till the reign of Darius *. of Persia

    7. Bishlam wrote unto Artaxerxes *. of Per. 6. 14.

    9. 9. extended mercy to us in sightof the *. of Per.

    See Cyhus. ^. KING of Syria.

    1 KtngsiO. 20. Benhadail *. ofS. escaped on ahorse 22. the *. of Syria will come up against thee

    2 Kings 5. 1 . N aaman captain of host of *. .Syria S.T.k. of S. was sick || 9. * ofS. hatli sent me to thee

    262

    KIN

    2 Kings 13.4. because the *. ofSyrta oppressed them

    7. for the *. of Syria liad destroyed them

    16. 7. save me out of the hand of the *. of Syria

    2 Chr. 16. 7. because thou hast relied on *. of Syria,

    ttie host of the *. of S. is escaped out of thy hand

    See Benhadad, Hazakl, Kexin.

    . KIN Go/ Tyre.

    2 Sam. 5. 1 1 . Hiram *. oj Tyre sent messengers to

    David, and they built nim an house, 1 Chr. 14. 1.

    1 Kings 5, 1 . the *. of Tyre sent sei vants to ."Solomon

    9. 1 1. Hiram the *. of Tyre had furnished Solomon

    2 CAr. 2. 3. Solomon sent to lluram the *. of Tyre 11. Huram the *. of Tyre answered in writing

    KINGS. Gen. 17. 6. *. shall come out of thee, 16. 1 .35. 11. .'36. i.*i . these are the *. that reigned in Edom Kum. 31. 8. and they slew the *. of Midian Deut. 3. 21. the Lord hath done to these two *. 7. 24. he shall deliver their *. into thy hand Josh, 10. 5. live *. of Amorites gathered together 16. these five*, fled || 22. bring out those five *.

    24. come near, put your feet on necks of tliese *. 40. .so Joshua smote all their*. 11. I7.

    12. 24. all these *. thirty and one Judg. 1. 7. seventy *. Iiaving their thumbs cut off

    5. 3. hear, O ye *. || 19. the *. came and fought 2 Sam. 11. 1. the time when *. go forth to battle 1 Kings 3. 13. there shall not be any among the *. like thee, 10. 23. 2 Chrm. 1. 12. | 9.22.

    4. 24. Solomon overall the *. on this side the river

    20. 1. Benhadad and thirty-two *. with him 2Kings 3. 10. hath called these three *. together

    23. this is blood, the *. are surely slain

    7. 6. hath hired against us the *. of the Hittites 10. 4. behold, two *. stood not before him

    1 Chr. 16. 21. he reproved *. for them, Ps. 105. 14.

    2 Chr. 9. 23. all *. sought the presence of Solomon

    21. 20. but not in the sepulchres of the *. 24. 25. 26. 23. in field of the burial which belonserl to *.

    Ezra 4. 13. shalt endamage the revenue of the *. 15. this city hath been hurtful to *. and provinces

    19. this city hath made insurrection agamst *.

    20. there have been mighty *. over Jerusalem

    6. 12. God destroy *. that shall alter this house 7. 12. Artaxerxes King of*, to Ezra the priest

    y. 7 • our *. and priests have been deliver. ^6/1.9.24. Neh, 9. 32. trouble seem little to us and our *.

    34. nor have our *. or princes kept thy law Jo.i 3. 14. bad 1 been at rest with *. and counsellors 12. 18. he looseth the bond of *. and girdeth .36. 7. but with *. are they on the throne Psal. 2. 2. *. of the earth set themselves. Acts 4. 26. 10. be wise, therefore, O ye *. be instructed

    45. 9. *. daughters among thy honourable women

    48. 4. lo, the *. were assembled, they passed by 68. 12. *. of armies did flee apace, she that tanied

    14. when the Almighty scattered *. in it 29. shall *. bring presents to thee 72. 11. yea, all *. shall fall down before him

    76. 12. he is terrible to the *. of the earth

    89. 27. make him higher than the *. of tiie earth 102. 15. the *.ot the earth shall fear thy ulory 110. 5. he shall strike thro' *. in the day of wrath 119. 46. I will speak of thy testimonies before *. 1.35. 10. smote great nations, and slew mighty *. 1.36. 17. to him which smote great *. 18. 338. 4. an *. of the earth shall praise thee, 148. 11. 144. 10. it is he that giveth salvation to *. 149. 8. to bind their *. with chains, their nobles Prov. 8.15. by me *. reign, and princes decree justice 16. 12. an abommation for *. to commit wickedness 13. righteous lips are the

    22. 29., the diligent in business shall stand before *. 25. 2. It is the honour of *. to search a matter

    3. and the heart of *. is unsearchable

    30. 28. and the spider is in *. palaces

    31. 3. nor thy ways to that which .lestroyeth*.

    4. it is not tor *. O Lemuef, to drink wine Eccl. 2. 8. gold and the peculiar treasure of*. Isa. 7. 16. the land shall be forsaken of both her *.

    10. 8. are not my princes altogether *. .' 14. 9. it hatli raised all the *. of the nations 18. all the *. of the nations lie in glory 19. 11. how say ye, I am the son of ancient *.. 24.21. L. shall punish the*, of the earth on earth 41. 2. who raised up and made him ruler over *. 45. 1. 1 will loose the loins of *. to open gates

    49. 7- *. shall see and arise, princes shall worship 23. *. shall be thy nursing fathers and queens

    52. 15. the *. shall shut their mouths at him 60. 3. and *. to the brightness of thy rising

    10. and their *. shall minister to thee

    11. thy gates open, that their *. may be brought

    16. thou shall also suck the breast of *. 62. 2. and all *. shall see thy glory

    Jer. 2. 26. they, their *. and princes ashamed

    13. 13. even *. that sit upon David's throne

    17. 25. shall enter into the gates of this city, *. 22. 4. *. sitting upon the throne of David

    25. 18. I made Judah and *. drink of the cup 22. *.of Tyrus || 24. all the *. of Arabia

    25. the *. of Zimri l| 26. all the *. of the north .32. 32. to provoke me to anaer, they, their *.

    .34. 5. and with the burnings of former *. bef. thee 44. 17. as we, our *. and princes to bum incense

    21. your *. and princes burnt incense in Judah

    46. 25. 1 will punish their *. and their gods

    49. 3. fortheir*. shall go into captivity, and priests

    50. 41. many *. shall be raised up from the earth

    51. 11. I,ord raised up thespiritot *.of the Medes Lam. 4. 12. *. of the earth would not have believed Ezek. 27. 35. their*, shall be sore afraid, 32. 10.

    28. 17. 1 will lay thee before *. to behold thee

    32. 29. there is Kdom, her *. and all her princes

    43. 7. their *. shall no more defile my holy name Dan. 2. 21. he removeth *. and setteth up *.

    44. in the days of these *. shall G. set up a kingd. 47. of a truth it is, that your God is a Ixird of *.

    7. 17. the four great beasts are four *. shall arise

    24. the ten horns are ten *. shall subflue three *. 9. 6. which spakt in thy name to our *. our princes

    8. to 001' *. and princes belongs confusion of face

    KIN

    Dan. 10. 13. I remained there with the *. of Persia^ 11. 2. stand up three *. |1 27. both these *. hearts

    Hos. 7-7. are not as an oven, all their *. are lalleD 8. 4. they have set up *. but not by me

    Hah. 1. 10. tliey shall scoff at *. and princes

    Mat, 10. 18. ye shall be brought before governors- and *. for my sake, Mark 13. 9. Evke 21. 12. 11.8. they that wear soft clothing are in *. houses 17. 25. of whom do the *. of the eartfi take custom .'

    Luke 10. 24. prophefi and *. have desired to see

    22. 25. *. of Gentiles exercise lordship over them Acts 9. 15. a chosen vessel to bear my name before*. 1 Cor. 4. 8. ye have reigned as *. without us

    1 Tim. 2. 2. that prayers be made for *. and for alH 6. 15. King of*. Lordoflords, Her. 17.14. 1 19. 16.

    Heh.T.\\\\\\\\ . A braham returned from slaughter of the *.

    Rev. 1.5. Jes. Christ the prince of the*, of the earth' 6. hath matle us*, and priests unto God, 5. 10. 6. 15. the*, of the earth hid themselves in the dens

    10. 11. thou nmst prophesy aaain before *.

    16. 12. the way of the *. of east might be prepared. 14. spirits which go forth to the *. of the earth

    17. 2. with whom *. of earth committed fornicatiott.

    10. there are seven *. five are fallen, and one is

    12. are ten *. which receive power as *. with beasts-

    18. that great city which reigneth over *•, of earth

    18. 3. *. of the earth have committed fornication

    9. *. of earth who shall bewail her and lament

    19. 18. that ye may eat the flesh of *. and cai)tains.

    19. *. of the earth gathered to make war asainst 21. 24. the *. of the earth do bring their glory

    K 1 N GS

    Deut. 4. 47. two *. of A. 31. 4. .Tosh. 2. 10. 1 9. 1(5. |

    Josh. 5. 1. came to pass, when all *. of Am. heard

    10. 5. therefore five *. of Am. gathered together, 6,

    See Book, Gbeat.

    • KINGS of Israel.

    1 Kings 14.19. written in the book of the Chronicles-

    of the *. of Israel, 15.31. | 16. 5, 14,20,27. I 22. 39. 2 Kings 1. 18. | 10. ,'M. I 13. 8, 12. I 14. 15, 28.1 15. 11, 15,21, 26, 31. 16. .33. Ahab provoked L. more than all k. of Isr,

    20. 31. we heard that *. of Isr. are merciful kings

    2 Kings 8. 18. Jehoram walked in wayof *. p/ lir,

    13. 13. Joash was buried with the *. of Isr. 14. 16..

    14. 29. Jeroboam slept with his fathers *. of Israel 16. .3. Ahaz walked m the way of the*, of Israel 17. 2. Hoshea did evil, but notas the *. of Israel

    8. Israel walked in the statutes of the *. of Israel

    23. 19. Josiah took away houses the *. of Isr. made 22. not such a passover in the days of the *. of Isr..

    1 Chr. 9. 1. were written in the book of *. of Israel

    and Judah, 2 Chron. 16. 11. 1 25. 26. 1 27. 7. 1 28^ 26. I 32. .32. 1 .33. 18.

    2 Chnm. 20. 34. in book of Jehu who is mentioned

    in the book of the *. of Tsr. 35. 27. | 36. 8. 28. 27. Ahaz was not b.-ought intosep. of *. of Isr. Mic, 1. 14. houses of Achzib shall be a lie to *. of Is.

    KiaGH ofjudah. 1 Sam. 27. 6. Ziklag pertained tb the *. ofjudah

    1 Kings 14. 29. acfsof Kehoboam in the book of the

    Chronicles of the*, ofjadah, 15. 7, 23. 1 22. 45. 2 Kings 8. 23. 1 15. 6, 36. 1 16. 19. 1 20. 20. | 21. 17. 25. I 23. 28. I 24. 5.

    2 Kings 12. 18. hallowed things the*. o/Jj«/a/ihad>

    dedicated, 19. written in the book of the Chro- nicles of the *. of Judah, 14. 18. 2 Chron. 25. 26. 128. 26.132. 32. |:i5. 9^. \\\\\\\\:i6.R. 18. 5. there was none like him of all the *. ofjudah, 2.3. 5. Josiah put down priests *. ofjudah ordained

    11. took horees *. of Judah had given to the sun

    12. beat down altars which *. of Judah had made 22. not such a uassover in all day s of *. 0/ Judah-

    2 Chr. 34. 1 1 . to floor houses *. of Judah destroyed Isa. 1. 1. the vision of Isaiah in daysof the *. ofjud. Jer. 1. 18. 1 have made an iron pillar agauist *. of J. 8. 1. tlicy shall bring out bones of tlie *. of Judah 17. 19. stand in gate, whereby *. of Judah come in

    20. hear the word of the Lord, ye *. of Jud. 19. 3.

    19. 4. burnt incense to "ods *. of J. have not known.

    13. the houses of the *. of Judah shall be dehled

    20. 5. treasures of *. of Jjidah will I give to enem. .33. 4. concerning housesof *. of.Tudah thrown down 44. 9. have ye foi gotten wickedness of *. of Judah f

    Hos. 1. 1. the word of the Lord that came to Hosea. in the days of the *. of Judah, Mic. 1. 1. See KINGS of Israel, KINGDOM Signifies, [1] One or more countries subject to a king,. Deut. .'5.4. [2] Sovereignty , or universal dominion, 1 Chr. 29. 11. Psal. 22. 28. 1 103. 19. [3J Heaven, Mat. 26. 29. 2 1 im. 4. 18. [4] A right to be king,. 1 Sam. 20. 31. [5] Government, or svpreme ad- ministration, 1 Sam. 18. 8. There is, (1) The kingdom of God, [1] Of his power, Psal. 145. 12,

    13. Dan. 4. 3. [2] Of his grace, Mat. 4. 23. J 6.

    10, 33. [3] Of /lis glory, l.uke 22. 16. 1 Cor. 6.

    9. (II) O/CArirt, Mat. 16.28. Col. 1. 13. (Ill)- Of lieaveti, signifying, [1^ The state of the church under the gospel, or the kingdom of the Messiah, wherein great spiritual blessings and privileges zcere to be bestowed. Mat. 3. 2. [2] The vittb.'e church, which is heavenly, and prepares for '.lie kingdom of glory. Mat. 5. 19, 20.1 13. 47. [3] The state of the church or gospel in the world, or of grace in the soul, which should increase, nctwith' standing its small appearance at first. Mat. 13. 31. Or, for grace in the heart, Luke 17. 21. [4] The place of eternal happiness and glory. Mat. 5. 10. (IV) Of priests, Exod. 19. 6. 1 Pet. 2. 9. (V) Of men, Dan. 5. 21.

    Exod. 19. 6. and ye shall be to me a *. of priests Num. 32. 33. Moses gave to (Jad, Reuben, and Ma-

    nasseh, the *. of ^ihon and the *. of C)g, Deut,

    3. 13. Josh. 13. 12, 21. 27, 30. Deut. 3. 4. took the *. of Og in Bashan sixty cities

    1 Sam. 10. 16. of the matter of *. he told him not 25. then Samuel told the manner of the *.

    11. 14. renew the *. there || 14. 47. Saul took *.

    15. 28. Ijird hath rent the *. of Israel, 28. 17- 18. 8. and what can he have more but the *. .'

    2 "Sam. 3. 10. to translate the *. from house of SauJj

    KIN

    2 Sam. 16. 3. Israel shall restore me t. of my father

    8. hath delivered the i. into hand of Absalom

    1 Kings 2. 15. thou knowest that the k. was mine 22. ask for him the *. for he is my elder brother

    10. 20. not the like made in any *. 2 Chran. 9. 19. 11. 11. 1 will surely rend the *. from thee, 31. 35.

    13. 1 will not rend away all the *. 34. 12. 21. to bring /t. again to Hclioboam, 2 CAr. 11. 1.

    26. now shall k. return asrain to house of David

    14. 8. I rent the *. away from the house of Uavid

    18. 10. no *. where my lord hath not sent to seek 21. 7. dost thou now govern the k. of Israel ^

    2 Kings 14. 5. as soon as the k. was confirmed

    15. 19. with him, to confirm the *. in his hand

    1 Chr. 10. 14. and turned the *. to David, 12. 23.

    10. 20. from one k. to another people, Ps. 105. 13. £9. 11. all in heaven and earth is thine, thine is

    the *. O Lord, Psal. 1'Z. 28. Mat. (>. 13.

    2 Chr. 13. 8. think to withstand the k. of the Lord 14. 5. and the k. was quiet before him

    21. 3. the k. gave he to Jthoram the first-born 4. .lehoram was risen up to the k. of his father

    22.9. Ahaziah had no power to keep still the *.

    29. 21. for a sinolfering for the *. and .1 udah

    32. 15. tor no god of any nation or k, was able Neh. 9. 35. for they have not served thee in their k. Jlsth. 1. 14. seven princes which sat first in the k.

    4. 14. thou art come to the k. for such a time

    5. 3. it shall be given to the half of the *. 6. 1 7. 2. Jsa. 19. 2. they shall fight, k. against *. Mat. 24. 7-

    Mark 13.8. iMXe21.10. 34. 12. they shall call the nobles thereof to the k. 60. 12. tlie i. that will not serve thee, Jer. 27. 8. Jer. 18. 7. I speak concerning a k. to destroy it

    9. concerning a k. to build and to plant it JLam. 2. 2. he hath polluted the k. and the princes £zek. 16. 13. and thou didst prosper into a k.

    17. 14. that the k. might be base, and not lift itself 29. 14. and they shall Iv there a base k. Dan. 2. 37. the God of lipaven hath given thee a k.

    44. in their days shall God of heaven set up a k. 4. 17. the Most High ruleth in the k. of men, 25. 32.

    31. O king, the k. is departed from thee

    6. 4. no fault against Daniel concemins the it.

    7. 18. the saints shall take the *. and possess the k. 22. the time came that the saints possessed the k.

    27. the Most High, whose k. is an everlasting k.

    11.21. they shall iiot give the honour of the /•. Hos. 1. 4. and will cause to cease the k. of Israel Amos 9. 8. the eyes of the L. arc upon the sinful k. Ohad. 21. and the*, shall be the Lord's

    Mic. 4.8. k. shall come to the daughter of .lerusal. Mat. 4. 23. the gospel of the k. 9. .'iS. I 24. 14.

    8. 12. the children of the k. shall be cast out

    12. 25. every i. divided against itself is brought to

    desolation, Mark 3. 24. Luke 11. I7.

    13. 38. the good seed are the children of the k. 43. shall shine as the sun in the k. of their father

    25. .34. inherit the k. pre paled for you from the 26.29. till 1 drink it new in my Father's*. Mark 11. 10. blessed be the *. ot ourfather David Z-vke 12. 32. Father's good pleasure to give 3'ou k.

    19. 12. a nobleman went to receive for himself a k 15. he W.1S returned, having received the k.

    22. 29. I appoint unto you a k. as my Fatlier Acts 1. 6. wilt thou restore again the k. to Israel

    1 Cor. 15.24. when he shall have delivered up the it. Col. 1. 13. hath translated us into the k. of his Son Jlei. 12. 28. wherefore we receiving a k. that cannot Jam. 2. 5. heirs of the k. which he hath promised

    2 Pet. 1. 11. an entrance ministered into evei last, k. Rev. 1.9. companion in the k. and patience of .lesus

    17. 12. ten kings, which have received no k. as yet 17. to agree, and give their *. to the beast See Establish, F.stablishkd, Throne. KINGDOM of God. Mat. 6. 33. but seek ye first the k. of G. Luke 12. 31 . 12.28. *. ofG. is come unto, Luke 10. 9, II. | 11.20. 19. 24. through eye of needle, than for a rich man to enter into *. of G. Mark 10. 23. Luke 18, 24. 21. 31 . the harlots go into the k. of G. before you 13. the k. of God shall be taken trom you Mark 1. 14. preaching *. of God, Acts 8. 12. I JO. 25.128.31. 15. the k. of God is at hand, repent and believe 4. 11. to know the mystery of k. of G. Luke 8. 10. 26. and he said, so 13 the k. of G. as if a man cast .'iO.whereunlo shall liken*. p/G.. <"/,«*« 13. 18.20.

    9. 1. till they have seen *. ofG. come with power 47. better to enter into the *. of G. with one eye

    10. 14. children, for of such is/-. ofG. Luke 18. 16.

    15. whoso shall not receive k.ofG. Luke 18. 17.

    24. how hard is it for them that trust in riches to

    enter into the *. of God, 25. Luke 18. 25.

    12. 34. he said, thou art not far from the k. of God

    14. 25. till that day 1 drink it new in the k. of G.

    15. 43. which waited for the *. of G. Luke 23. 51 . Luke 4. 43. 1 must preach tlie k. ofG.lo other cities

    6. 20. blessed be ye jJoor, for yours is the k. of G.

    7. 28. that is least in the k. of G. is greater than he 8.1. preaching and shewing glad tidings of *. ofG. 9. 2. and he sent them to preach the f. of Gad, 60.

    11. received them, and spake to them of k. of G.

    S7. shall not taste of death, till they see *. of G.

    «52. and looking back, is fit for the *. of God 13. 28. ye shall see all the prophets in the *. of G.

    29. and they shall sit down in the *. of God 14. 15. blessed is he that shall eat bread in *. ofG.

    16. 16. since that time the k. of God is preached

    17. 20. was demanded when k.of G. should come

    20. the k. of God cometh not with observation

    21. for behold, the k. of God is within you

    18. 29. left wife or children for the *. of G. sake

    19. U. they thought that k. of G. should appear 21, 31 . know ye that tlje k. of G. is nigh at h.ind 22. 16. nor eat till it be fulfilled in the k.of God

    21, 31 . know ye that tlje k. of G. is nigh at h.ind ^. 16. nor eat till it be fulfilled in the k.of God 18. 1 will not drink until the *. (/ G. shall come .J.- « •} .. u.. 1 :^ A 1.

    John .1. 3. except man be born again, cannot see k, .5. born of water, he cannot enter into the k. of G.

    Acts 1. 3. things pertaining to k.ofG. 8. 12. 1 19. 8. 14. 22. thro' much tribulation enter into *. of God £8. 23. to whom he expounded, and testif. k.ofG.

    KIN

    Rmn. 14. I7. for the k. of G. is not meat and drink

    1 Cor. 4. 20. the *. ofG. is not in word, but in power

    6. 9. the unrighteous shall not inherit the *. of G. 10. nor extortioners inherit *. of G. Gal. 5. 21.

    AWi. 5. 5.

    15. 50. flesh and blood cannot inherit the *. of G. Col. 4. 11. my fellow-workers unto the k.of God

    2 Thess. 1. 5. may be counted wortliy of the k. ofG. Rev. 12. 10. now is come the k. of our God

    KINGDOM of heaven. Mat. 3. 2. repent, for *. ofh. is at hand, 4. I7. 1 10. 7.

    5. 3. blessed arc poor in spirit, theirs is *. ofh. 10.

    19. shall be called least in k. ofh. great in k. ofh.

    20. shall in no case enter into k. of heaven, 18. 3.

    7. 21. not that saith. Lord, shall enter k.ofh. 8. 11. shall sit down with Abraham in k. of h.

    11. 11. he that is least in k. of h. is greater than he

    12. k.ofh. suffer, violence, violent take it by force 13. 11. to know the mysteries of the k. of heaven

    24. the *. of h. is like, 31. 33, 44, 45, 47, 52, 1 18. 2.3. I 20. 1. I 22. 2. 1 25. 1, 14.

    16. 19. I will give to thee the keys of*, of heaven 18. 1. who is the greatest in the *. of heaven, 4. 23. 13. for ye shut up the *. of h. against men

    His KINGDOM. Gen. 10. 10. and the beginning of his k. was Babel Num. 24. 7. and his k. shall be exalted Veut. 17. 18. he sitteth on the throne of his k.

    20. that he may prolong his day s in his k 2 Sam. 5. 12. perceived that he had exalted his k. 1 Chron. 11. 10. strengthened with him in Ai>*.

    14. 2. for his k. was lift up on high for Israel 2Chr. 1. 1. Solomon was strengthened in his k.

    2. 1. detennined to build a house for his k. 12.

    33. 13. brought him again to .Icrusalem into his i. Psal. 103. 19. and hisk. ruleth over all

    145. 12. and the glorious majesty of his k. Kcfl. 4. 14. whereas he that is born in his k. Isa. 9. 7. upon his k. to order and establish it Dan. 4. 3. the high God, his k. is an everlasting k. ,34. Aw*, from generation togener. 6. 26. 17. 14. 11. 4. hisk. shall be broken and plucked up 9. the king of the south shall come into his k. Mat. 12. 26. how shall his k. stand ? Luke 1 1. 18. 13. 41. they shall gather out of his k. all things

    16. 28. they see the Son of man coming in hts k. Luke 1. 33. and of Ai> *. there shall be no end

    1 'I'hess. 2. 12. who hath called you to h. k. and glory

    2 Tim.4. l.who shall judge at his appearing and A. *. Rev. 16. 10. and his k. wiis full of darkness

    il/y KINGDOM. Gen. 20. 9. hast brought on nic and mj/ k. a great sin 2 Sam. 3. 28. I and mj/ k. are guiltless before the L. 1 Chron. I7. 14. 1 will settle him in my k. for ever Dan. 4. .36. and for the glory of my k. in my k.

    6. 2t). in every dominion of my k. men tiemble Mark 6. 23. 1 will give it, to the half of my k. Luke 22. 30. may eat and drink at my table \\\\\\\\nmyk. John 18. 36. Jesus said, my k. is not of this world,

    if my k. were, but now my k. is not from hence Thy KINGDOM. 1 Sam. 1.3. 14. but now thy k. shall not continue Ps. 45. 6. scepfie of /. *. a right sceptre, Heb. 1. 8. 145. 11. they shall speak of the glory of thy k.

    13.

    5. 11. there isa manin My*.J|26. G. numb. thyk. 28. thy k. is divided to the IVledes and Persians Mat. 6. 10. thy *. come, thy will be done, Luke 11.2. 20. 21. and the other on the left in thy k. Luke 23. 42. rememb. me when thou comcst to thy k.

    KINGDOMS. Deut. 3. 21. so shall the L. do to all the *. whither

    28. 25. be removed into all the *. of the earth Josh. 11. 10. Hazor was the head of all those *.

    1 Sam. 10. 18. I delivered you out of hand of all *.

    1 Kitiffsi. 21. Solomon reigned over all *. from river

    2 Kings 19. 15. the God of all the *. of the eaith 19. that all the *. may know, Isa. 37. 20.

    1 Chron. 29. .30. times that went over all the *.

    2 Chron. 12. 8. they may know the service of the *.

    17. 10. the fear of the Lord fell on the *. 20. 29. 20. 6. thou rulest over all the*, of the heathen 36. 23. all *. hath the Lord given me, Ezra 1. 2.

    Neh. 9. 22. thou gavest them *. and nations Psal. 46. 6. the heathen raged, the *. were moved 68. 32. sing unto God, ye *. of the earth 79. 6. thy wrath on the *. that have not called 102. 22. the *. arc gathered to serve the Lord 1.35. 11. who smote all the *. of Canaan Isa. 10. 10. as my hand hath found the *. of idols

    13. 4. the noise of the *. of nations gathered 19. Babylon the glory of*, as Sodom, 47. 5.

    14. 16. is this the man that did shake *. / 23. 11. he shook the *. || .■i7. 16. God of all *.

    Jer. 1. 10. and over the *. 1 have set thee 10. 7. and in all their *. none like thee

    15. 4. to be removed into all *. 24. 9. 1 .34. I7. 25.26. all the*, of the world shall drink

    28. 8. the prophets prophesied against great *.

    29. 18. I will make them a terror to all *.

    34. 1. all the *. fought against .lerusalem 49. 28. concerning Kedarand the*, of Hazor 51. 20. and with thee will 1 destroy *.

    27. call together against her the *. of Ararat Ezek. 29. 15. it shall be the basest of the *. .37. 22. nor shall they be divided into two*. Dan. 2. 44. and it shall consume all these *.

    7. 2.3. which shall be diverse from all *.

    8. 22. four *. shall stand up out of the nation Amos 6. 2. go to (iath ; be they better than these *. .' JVa/i. 3. 5. and I will shew the *. thy shame Zeph. 3. 8. that I may assemble the*, to pour on Hag. 2. 22. 1 will overthrow the throne of *. and

    I will destroy the strength of the *. of the heathen Mat. 4. 8. shewed him all the *. of world, Luke A. 5. Heh. 11. 33. who through faith subdued *. wrought Kev. 11. 15. *. of this world become *. of the Lord

    KINGLY. Dart. 5. 20. he was deposed from his *. throne

    KINSFOLK. Job 19. 14. my *. have failed and forgotten me

    KNE

    Luke 2.4 Lsought Jesus among their *. and acquaiut KINSFOLKS.

    1 Kings 16. 11. Zimri lettuone of Eaasha's *.

    2 Kmps 10. 11. Jehu slew Ahab's *. and priests Luke 21. 16. ye shall be betrayed by *. and triends

    K 1 N SMA N . Num. 5. 8. if the man have no *. to recompense 27. 11. ye shall give his inheritance to his *. Deut. 25. t 5. her husband's next *. shall go in t 7. if a man like not to take his next *. wife Ruth 2. 1. N aomi had a *. his name was I'oaz

    3. 9. thou art a near *. || 12. a *. nearer than I

    13. if he will perform to thee the part of a *. well • if not, 1 will do the part ot a *. to thee

    4. 1. behold the *. of whom Hoaz spake, came by 6. the *. saifl, I cannot redeem it for myself

    8. the *. said unto Boaz, buy it for thee

    14. hath not left thee this day without a *. John 18. 26. being his *. whose ear Peter cut off Ri>m. 16. 11. salute Herodion my *. greet them

    KINSMEN.

    Ruth 2. 20. the man is near of kin, one of our next *.

    1 Chron. 15. + 5. Uriel and his *. two hundred twenty

    Piat. .38. 11. my lovers and *. stood afar off

    Mark 3. t21. when *. heard, they went to lay hold

    jAtke 14. 12. call not friends, brethren, nor*.

    /htslO. 24. Cornelius had called together his *.

    Rom. 9. 3. accursed , for my *. according to tlie flesh 16. 7. salute my *. |l 21. thy *. salute you KlNSWO.MAN.

    Lev. 18. 12. father's sister, she is my father's near *. 13. mother's sister, she is thy mother's near *.

    Prov. 7. 4. and call understanding thy *. KINSWOMEN.

    Lev. 18. 17. not uncover, for they are her near *. KISS.

    They are signs, [1] Of reverence and subjection to a superior, 1 Sam. 10. 1. 1 Kings 19. 18. 12] Of spiritual -yubmission and adoration to Christ, Psal. 2. 12. [3] Of love and affection. Gen. 27. 26, 27. 1 Sam. 20. 41. [4] Of idolatrous reverence and adoration, Hos. 13. 2. They are, [1] Traitorous, such as Joah's to Amasa, uhen he kissed him and slew him, and Judas^s to Christ, when he kissed him and betrayed htm, 2 Sam. 20. 9. Mat. 26. 49. [2] Hypocritical, 2 Sam. 15. 5. [3] Idolatrous, 1 Kings 19. 18. [4] Carnal and ahorish, Prov. 7. 13. [5] Spiritual, those spvible, familiar, and frequent discoveries of Christ^ s love communicated to hischurchby his 7cord and Spirit. Cant. 1.2. 1 8. 1. [6] Holy, proceeding from, and a pledge of, christian and holy love. Kom. 16. 16. 1 Cor.

    , 16. 20.

    KISS, ES.

    Prov. 27. 6. but the *. of an enemy are deceitful

    Cant. 1.2. let him *. me with the *. of his mouth

    Luke 7. 45. thou gavest me no *. but this woman 22. 48. betrayest thou the Son of man with a *. ?

    Rom. 16. 16. salute one another with an holy *.

    1 Cor. 16. 20. greet with an holy *. 2 Cor. 13. 12.

    1 Thess. 5. 26. greet the brethren with an holy *.

    1 Pet. 5. 14. greet je one another with a*, of charity

    KISS. Gen. 27. 26. come near now and *. me, my son 31 . 28. not suffered me to *. my sons and daughters 41. + 40. at thy word shall all my people *.

    2 Sam. 20. 9. Joab took Amasa by the beard to *. 1 Kings 19. 20. let me *. my father and mother Psal. 2. 12. *. the Son, lest he l>e angry and ye perish Prov. 24. 26. every man shall *. his lips that gives Cant. 1. 2. let him *. me with the kisses of his mouth

    8. 1. 1 would *. thee, yet 1 should not be despised Hos. 13. 2. let men that sacrifice *. the calves Mat. 26. 48. give a sign, saying, whomsoever I *, the same is he, hold him fast, Mark 14. 44. LukeT. 45. this woman hath not ceased to *. my feet 22. 47. Judas drew near to Jesus to *. him

    KISSED. Gen. 27. 27. and Jacob came near and *. him , 29. 11. and Jacob *. Kachel and wept

    13. T.aban *. Jacob 1| 33. 4. F:sau *. Jacob

    31. 55. and Laban *. his sons and his daughters 45. 15. moreover Joseph *. all his brethren 48. 10. Jacob *. and embraced Joseph's sons 50. 1. Joseph fell on his father's face and *. him Liod. 4. 27. Aaron met Moses in mount and *. him

    18. 7. Moses met his father-in law and *. him Ruth 1. 9. N aomi *. her daughters-in-law, they wept

    14. and Orpah *. her mother-in-law, but Ruth

    1 Sam. 10. 1. Samuel poured oil and *, Saul 20. 41. Jonathan and David *. one another

    2 Sam. 14. 33. he bowed, and the king *. Absalom 1.5. 5, Absalom *. any man that canie nigh to hira

    19. 39. the king *. Haizillai, and blessed him

    1 Kings 19. 18. every mouth which hath not*, him Job 31. 27. or my mouth hath *. my hand Psal. 85. 10. righteousness and peace *. each other Prov.T. 13. SO she caught him and *. him F.uk. 3. 1 13. wings of creatures *. one another Mat. 26. 49. hail Master, and *. him, Mark 14. 45. Luke 7. 38. Maiy *. his tcet and anointed them 15. 20. his father fell on his neck and *. him ActsW. 37. tliey fell on Paul's neck and *. him

    KITE. Lev. 11. 14. the *. after his kind unci. Deut. 14. 1.3.

    KNEAD. Gen. 18. 6. *. it, and make cakes on the hearth Jer. 7. 18. and tlie women *. their dough KNEADED.

    1 Sam. 28. 24. woman at En

    2 Sam. 13. 8. lamar took flour *. and inatle rakes Hos. 7.4. the baker *. the dough till it be leavened

    KNEADINtt. Eiod. 8. 3. frogs shall come into thy *.-troughs 12. 34. tlieir *.-trouglis being bound up inclotlies

    h N E E Signifies, [1] That part of the body ahicltjtiru th* leg and thiqh together, Judg. 7- 5. [2] The body, Psal. 109. 24. 131 Persons, Job 4. 4. Heb. 12. 12. To bow the KN EE signifies, f 1] To worship, 1 Kings 19. 18. Rom. II. 4, (2] To pray, Eph. 3. 14. 13] To be intu^ctim, Phil. 2. 10. 263

    KN E

    Oen. 41. 43. they cried before tiim, bow the k. /ta. 45.23. thiit unto me every X. sHhU liow, every toni;ue shall swear, lliim. H. U. P/iil. 2. lu. Mat. 27. 2J. bowed the *. bctbre him Jiom. 11. 4. who have not l)Owed the *. to Baal

    IvNKKS. Gen. 30. 3. my maid Rilhah shall bear on my t.

    ■48. 12. .loseuh brought them out from l>etw."his i.

    50. 23. thili(ren,wcrc broiiKht up on .loseph's i. l)ev. 28. 35. the Lord shall smite thee in the k. Judy. 7.5. that boweth down ou his i. to drink, 6.

    16. ly. and she marie Samson sleep on her k.

    1 A'iwj7j 8. 54. .'^olom. arose fiom kneeling on his i-. 18.42. Klijah put his face between his k.

    19- 18. all the k. whiv h have not bowed to Baal

    2 Kitigs 1. 13. third capt. fell on his it. before llli.iah 4. 2U. he sat on his mother's k. till noon, and ilied

    2 Chron. 6. 13. Solomon kneeled down on his k. £.tra 9. 5. 1 fell on my k. and spread my hands Job 3. 12. why did the k. prevent me, or breasts

    4. 4. and thou hast strengthened the feeble k. ys. 109. 24. my k. are weak thro' fasting, my flesh Isa, 35. 3. weak hands, and confirn\\\\\\\\ the feeble /-.

    6ti. 12. ye shall suck and be dandled on her k. Hzek. 7. 17. all k. shall be weak as water, 21. 7.

    47. 4. he mcasuri'ii, the waters were to the k. J)nn. a. 6. his k. smote one against anothei'

    6. 10. kneeled on k. three times a day, and prayed

    10, 10. behold an hand set me upon my k. JVflA. 2. 1(1. she is empty, and the k. snnte together Jltiirkio. 19. bowing their k. worshipped him Xule 5. 8. Simon Peter fell down at .fesus' k. Jiph. 3. 14. for this cause I bow my k. to the father Jleb. 12. 12. lift L-i) hands that hang down, feeble k.

    kni:kl.

    Oen, 24. 11. he made his camels k. down by a well Piol. 95. 0. let us X. before the Lord our Maker

    KNKKLKD. 2 Cliron. 6. 13. Solomon k. down on his knees Dan. 6. 10. Uan. /. tluee times a day on his knees I^uke 22. 41. and .lesus k. down and prayeil •Acts 7. 60. Stephen k. ami cried w ith a loud voice 9.40. Pet. *. and prayed \\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\ 20.36. Paul k. and prayed

    21. 5. and we k. down on the shore, and prayed

    KNliELINti. 1 Kings 8. 54. Solomon rose up from k. on his knees Mat. 17. 14. a man k. to him. saying, Mark 10. I7. Mark 1. 40. there came a leper k. down to him

    KJ^EW. Gen. 4. I. Adam k. Eve his wife, she conceived , 25.

    17. Cain *. wife H 38. 26. .ludah k. Iier no more Judg. 11. 39. Jephthah's daughter k. no man

    19. 25. they k. her and abused her all the night 1 iiam. I. 19. Elkanan k. Hannah his wife

    1 Ki»i/s 1. 4. she was fair, but the king k. her not

    Mat. 1. 25. Joseph k. her not, till she brought forth KNEW.

    Gen. 3. 7. Adam and I've k. that they were naked 9. 24. Noah k. what his yoimger son had done .37. 33. Jacob k. it, and said, it is my sou's coat 58. 9. Onan *. the seed should not lie his 42. 7. Joseph saw and k. his brethren, 8.

    2^um. 24. 16. and k. the knowledaeof the Most High

    lieiit. 9. 24. been rebellious from the day I k. you 34. 10. a prophet whom the Ixjrd k. face to face

    Judg. 3. 2. such as before k. nothing thereof 13. 21 . Manoah k. that he was an angel of God 18. 3. they k. the voice of the young man

    1 Sam. 3. 20. all Israel k. Samuel was a prophet

    18. 28. Saul k. that the Lord was with David

    20. 9. for if I k. then would 1 not tell thee

    33. Jonathan k. that it w as determined by Saul .39. only David and Jonathan k. the matter

    22. 15. tortfieservant*. nothing of all this

    17. slay the priests, because they *. when he fled 22. David said to Abiathar, 1 k. it that day 23. 9. David /•. that Saul secretly practised against 20. 17. Saul *. David's voice, anti said, is this thy C Sam. 11. 16. where he k. that valiant men were

    1 Kings 18. 7. Obadiah k. Elijah, and fell on his face

    2 Clir. 33. 13. then Manasseh li-. the Lord was God E'th. 1. 13. manner to all that *. law and judgment Job 23. 3. O that I k. where 1 might find him! Isa. 48. 4. because 1 k. that thou art obstinate

    7. lest thou shouldest say, behold 1 k. them

    8. I k. that thou wouldest deal very treacherously Jer. 1. 5. before 1 formed thee, I *. thee

    .32. 8. then I k. this was the word of the I^rd 41. 4. he had slain Gedaliah, and no man k. it 44. 15. men which k. their wives had burnt incense Ezek. 10. 20. I k. that they were the cherubims

    19. 7. and he k. their desolate palaces, laid waste Dan. 5.21. till he *. that the Most High ruled

    6. 10. when Daniel k. the writing was signed Jonah 4. 2. I k. that thou art a gracious God Zech. 11. 11. i. that it was the word of the Lord Mat. 7. 23. I will profess I never X. you 12. 15. when Jesus k. he withdrew himself 25. Jesus k. their thoughts, Luke 6. 8. 25. 24. 1 k. thee, that thou art an hard man 27. 18. he k. that for envy they had

    12. 47. that servant which k. his lord's will 18. 31. nor k. they the things tiut were spoken 24. 31. their eyes were opened, and they k. him

    John 2. 9. but the servants k. whence it was

    24. not commit himself, because he k. all men

    25. any testify, for he k. what was in man

    4. 53. the father k. it was at the same hour

    5. 6. Jesus k. he had been long in that case C. 6. for he himself k. what he would do

    61. Jesus k. that his disciples murmured 64. Jesus k. from the begmning who believed not 11.42. I k. that thou hearest me always 57. that if any man k. where he were, to shew it

    13. 1. when Jesus*, that his hour was come 11. for he k. who should betray him

    28. no man at the table k. for what intent 16. 19. Jesus k. that they were desirous to ask

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    KNO

    John 18. 2. Judas which betrayed him k. the place Acts 3. 10. k. that it was he that sat for alms <). .30. which when the brethren k. they brought 12. 14. when Uhoda k. Peter's voice she o|>ened 16. 3. they k. all that his father was a Greek

    19. .34. but when they k. that he was a Jew 22. 29. afrai

    28. 1. then they k. the island was called Melita Rom. 1. 21. because that when they k. God

    1 Cor. 2.8. which none of the princes of this world k.

    2 Cor. 5. 21. he made hiin to be sin, who k. no sin

    12. 2. \\\\\\\\ k. g. man in Christ above 14 years ago, 3. Col. 1. 6. in you since ye k. the grace of G(xi in truth

    2. 1. I would you k. what great conflict 1 have Jiide 5. put in remembrance, tho' ye once k. this Jiev. 19. 12. he bad a name written that no man k.

    KNEW not. Gen. 28. 16. Lord is in this place, and I k. it not 31. .32. Jacob *. not that Kachel had stolen them .38. 16. Judah k. not she was his ilauahter-in-law .39. 6. hfc *. not aught he had || 42. 8. but they k. n. him Exnd. 1 . 8. there arose a new king which k. n. Joseph Num. 22. 34. I k, not that thou stoodest in the wai' Dent. 8. 16. with maima which thy fathers k. not

    29. 26. served gods which thy fathers k. not, .32. 17. Jiidg. 2. 10. a generation which *. ywt the Ixrd

    13. 10. Manoali k. not that he was an angel

    14. 4. his father k. not that it was of the Lord

    20. 34. Benjamin k. not that evil was near

    1 Sam. 2. 12. now the sons of Eli k. m>t the Lord 14. 3. the people k. not tliat Jonathan was gone 20. ,39. the la(f k. not any thing, only Jonathan

    2 .S'am. 3. 26. sent after Abncr, but David k. it not 11. 20. k. ye not they would shoot from the wall ? 15. 11. they went in simplicity, and k. not any thing

    18. 29. I saw a tumult, but 1 k. not what it was 22. 44. a people which I k. not shall serve me

    2 Kings 4. 39. gathered gourds for they k. them not .Ve/i. 2. 16. the rulers k. not whither I went Jot 2. 12. .lob's friends k. him not, and wept

    29. 10. the cause which I k. not 1 searched out

    42. 3. things which I k. not too wonderful for me

    Psal. 35. 11. they laid to my charge things I k. not

    15. abjccts gathered against me, and I k. it Twt

    73. + 22. so foolish was I, and *. 7iot, I was a bea«t Prov. 23. 1 .35. they have beaten me, and I k. it not

    24. 12. if thou sayest, behold, we k. it wi/ Isa. 42.16. 1 will bring the blind by a way they k. not 25. it hath set him on fire, yet he k. not

    55. 5. and nations that k. not thee, shall run to thee Jer. 2. 8. and they that handle the law k. me not

    11. 19. I k. not that they had devised devices

    44. 3. went to serve other gods whom they k. not Dan. 11. 38. honour a god whom his fathers k. not Hos. 8. 4. they have made princes and I k. it not

    1 1. 3. but they k. not that 1 healed them Zech. 7. 14. among nations whom they k. not Mat. 17. 12. Elias is come, and they k. him not

    24. 39. k. not till the flood came and took them Luke 2. 43. Joseph and his mother k. not of it

    12. 48. that /•. not and did connnit things worthy Joh7i\\\\\\\\. 10. the world I-. him no/ ||31. 1 /■."him«

    2. 9. when the governor k. not whence it was 20. 9. for as yet they k. not the scriptures that he 14. and k. not that it was Jesus, 21. 4. Acts 13. 27. for they, because they k. him not

    19. .32. the more part k. luit wherefore they came 27. 39. when it was day, they /•. not the land

    1 C

    KNE\\\\\\\\VE.ST. Deiit. 8. 3. he fed thee with manna, which thou k.not Bvlh 2. 11. art come to a people which thou k. not Keh. 9. 10. thou k. that they dealt proudly against Psal. 142. 3. then thou k. my path in the way Isa. 48. 8. thou heaviest not, yea, thou k. not Van. 5. 22. not humbled thy heart, thou k. all this Mat. 25. 26. thou k. 1 reaped where, /.uke 19. 22. -t«/(-e 19. 44. thou k. not the time of thy visitation John 4. 10. if thou /-. the gift of God, and who it is

    KNIFE. Gen. £2.6. Abraham took the k. in his hand, 10. Lzod. 4. + 25. then Zipporah took a sharp k. Judg. 19. 29. took a k. and laid hold on his concub. Prov. 23. 2. and put a k. to thy throat, if given to Ezek. 5. 1. son of man, take thee a sharp k.

    2. take a third part, and smite about it with a *.

    KNIVES. Josh. 5. 2. make thee sharp k. and circumcise

    3. Joshua made him sharp k. and circumcised

    1 Kings 18. 28. they cut themsel. with k. and lancets Ezra 1. 9. nine and twenty k. Cyrus brought Prov. 30. 14. their jaw-teeth as X. to devour the poor Ezek. 21. + 21. the king of Babylon made bright k.

    KNIT. Judg. 20. 11. Israel were k. together as one man 1 Sam. 18. 1. the soul of Jonathan was k. to David 1 Chr. 12. 17. if come, my heart shall be k. to you Acts 10. 11. 1 saw a sheet k. at the four corners Col. 2. 2. their hearts being k. together in love 19. body k. togeth. increaseth with increase of G. KNOCK Signifies, [11 To heat, hit, or strike upon. Acts 12. 13, 16. [2] To pray uith jervency, constancy, and importunity. Mat. 7. 8. Luke 11. 10. [3] Christ calling a?id inviting ns by his word, pro- tidence, and Spirit, to admit him into oiir hearts, and receive htm by faith and love, Cant. 5. 2. Kev. 3. 20. Mat. 7. 7. k. and it shall be opened, Luke 11. 9. Luke 13. 25, ye begin to k. at tne door, saying, open liev. 3. 20. behold, 1 stand at the door and k. if any

    KNOCKED. Acts 12. 13. and as Peter k. at the door of the gate

    KNOCKEIH. Cant. 5. 2. it is voice of my t>eIov. that k. open to me Mat.'. 8. to him that *. shall be opened, Luke 11.10. Luke 12. 36. when he cometh and k. they may open

    KNOCKING. Acts 12. 16. Peter contin. *. and when they saw him

    KNO

    KNOP, S. Eiod. 25. 31. his *. and lii» flowers, .34. .36. 1 37. 17. .■J3. with a k. and flower in one branch, 37. 19. 36. and k. branches of the same, .•<(. 17, 20, 22. 1 KiugsO. 18. cedar carved with k. and open flowe.'s 7.24. were k. compassing it, k.cust into two rows Amos 9. + 1. he said, smite the k. of the door Zeph. 2. + 14. the bittern shall lodge in *. of it

    KNOW Signifies, [1] To understand or perceive, Ruth 3. 11.

    E2] 'Jo approve of, love, and delight in, Psal. 1. 6. 3] To cherish and lake care of, .lohn 10. 27. [41 lu hare the experience of. Gen. 3. 5. 1 22. 12. [5j To possess, or have it in o7ie's power, Psal. 50. 11. [6] Lnufvtly to use the marriage-bed. Gen. 4. 1, 17. [7] To consider and ponder serionsly, Psal. 90. 1 1 . [8] 7 « believe upon undoubted testimony, John 4. 22. 1 11. 21. [9] 'Jo have a bare specula- tive knouledge, Luke 12. 47. [10] 'I'o commit the JIM against nature. Gen. 19. 5. Judg. 19. 22. [HI 'To he fully persuaded, Judg. 6. 37. 1 18. 5. (12i 'Jo have a vain and groundless assurance, .ludg,

    17. 13. [13] To discern and find out. Mat. 7.

    16. [14] Jo leach and excite men to knotji thoroughly and practically, Prov. 1. 2. [15] 'J'v hear or be informed of. Acts 22. 24. (16j 'Jo acknowledge persons with due respect, so as to perform our duty to them, 1 Ihess. 5. J2. [17] To choose, Amos 3. 2. [18] To commit, or have, 2 Cor. 5. 21. [19] To take particular notice of. Gen. 39. 6.

    Gen. .3. S.God doth k. your eyes shall he opened 22. man is become as one of us, to it. good and evil

    15. IS.saidto Abrain,*.th'yseed shall be a stranger

    18.21. 1 will godown aii

    20. 7. if thou restore her not, k. thou shalt die Erod. 18. 16. 1 make them /(■. the statutes of God

    .33. 12. hast not let me k. whom thou wilt send Num. 14. 31. they shall k. the land yc have despised IJeut. 4. .39. *. this day and consider it, II. 2.

    8. 2. to prove thee and k. what was in thy heart

    3. nor did thy father k. he might make thee k.

    13. 3. proveth you, to k. whether ye love the Lord Josh. 4. 22. then ye shall let your children k.

    22. 22. the I^rd knoweth, and Israel he shall k. Judg. 3. 4. to k. whether they would hearken to Ruth 3. 11. city of ny people doth k. thou art 14. she rose up before one could k. another

    18. sit still, my daughter, till thou k. how matter

    1 Sam. 17. 47 .and all this assembly shall i. the Lord

    20. 3. he saith, let not Jonathan *. this, lest grieved

    21. 2. let no man k. any thing of the business

    24. \\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\. k. and see that there is no evil in me

    25. 17. therefore k. and consider what thou 28. 1. Achish said to David, k. assuredly that

    2. surely thou shalt k. what thy servant can do

    2 Sam. 3. 25. to *. thy going out, to k. all thou doest 7.21. done tiie.se things to make thy servant k. them

    14. 20. to k. all things that aie in the earth 19. 20. thy servant doth k. that I have sinned

    1 Kings 8. .38. k. every man the plague, 2 Chr. 6. 29.

    2 Kings 5. 8. he shall k. that there is a prophet in Isr. 7. 12. they *. that we be hungry, therefore

    10. 10. k. now that there shall fafl nothing ol word

    1 Chr. 12. 32. Issachar, to *. what Isr. ought to do 28. 9. my son, k. thou the God of thy father

    2 Chr, 13. 5. ought ye not to *. that the Lord gave Ezra 4. 15. k. that this city is a rebellious city

    7. 25. all such as*, the laws of thy (iod and teach Eslh. 2. 11. Mordecai walked to*, how E.sther did 4. 5. to k. what it was, and why it was

    II. people k. whosoever shall come to the king Job 5. 24. thou shalt k. thy tabernacle in peace 25. thou shalt k. that thy seed shall be great 27. hear it, and *. thou it for thy good

    7. 10. nor shall his place *. him any more

    8. 9. we are but of yesterday, and k. nothing

    11. 6.*. therefore that God exacteth less than thine

    8. it is deeper than hell, what canst thou k. .' 13. 23. make me to k. my transgression and sin 19. 6. k. now that God hath overthrown me 21. 19. God rewardeth him, and he shall *. it 22. 13. and thou sayest, how doth God k.

    24. 1. do they that"*, him not see his days ?

    17. if one *. them, they are in terrors ot shadow 34. 4. let us *. among ourselves what is good 3'?. 15. dost thou *. when God disposed them

    16. dost thou *. the balancings of the clouds

    38. 12. and caused the day-spring to *. his place 20. that thou shouldest *. the paths to the house

    Psal. 4. 3. but /-.the Lord hath set apart the go

    39. 4. Ix)rd, make me to *. mine end, and measure 46. 10. be still, and *. that I am God, 1 will be 51. 6. in hidden part thou shalt make me to *. 59. 13. and let them *. that God ruleth in lacob 73. 11. how doth (iod *. II 16. 1 thought to *. this 87. 4. I will mention Babylon to theih that *. me 89. 15. blessed are they that *. the joyful sound 103. 16. the place thereof shall *. it no more 139. 23. *. my heart, try me, and *. my thoughts 142.4. there was no man that would *.me

    143. 8. cause me *. the way wherein I should walk Prov. 1.2. to*, wisdom and instruction, to perceive

    4. 1. hear, and attend to *. understanding

    10. 32. the lips of righteous *. what is acceptable 27. 23. be thou diligent to *. the state of thy flocks

    Eccl. 1. 17. and I gave my heart to *. wisdom 7. 25. I applied my heart to *. wisdom and folly 8.16. when I applied my heart to *. wisdom and see

    17. tho" a wise man think to *. it yet not able

    9. 5. the living *. they shall die, but the dead

    11. 9. but *. that God will bring thee to juilgment Isa. 7. 16. for before the child shall *. to refuse evil

    9. 9. and all the people shall *.even Ephraim

    19. 21. the Egyptiansshall *. the Lord m that day 41. 20. that they may see and *. and consider

    22. that we may *. the latter end of them

    49. 26. all flesh shall *. that I am thy Saviour

    50. 4. should *. how to speak in season to weary 52. 6. therefore my people shall *. my name

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    J$a. 36. 0. they seek me, and delight to k. my wavs 6,'. Iti. thou sHhU it. thHt I the IjaiA am thy Saviour Jer. 2. 19. k. and see that it is an evil iliing t(i forsake 2-'{. see thy way in valley, *. what thou hast tlone

    6. 18. *. O congregation, what is among them

    9. 6. thro' deceit they refuse to k. me.saith IjotA

    15. 13. k. that for thy sake 1 have suffered rebuke

    16. '.'1. 1 will cause them to k. my hand and my might, and they shall k. that my name is the L.

    17. 9. the heart is deceitful, who can k. it • 22. 16. was not this to k. mer saith the Lord 24.7. I will give them an heart to *. me

    .-JI. .•»4. *. the L. for they shall all /(-.me, H««.8. 11. .So. 19. BO, hide thee, let no man k. where ye be 38. 21. he saiil, let no man *. of these words

    40. Id. slay Ishinael and no man shall k. it 44. 11!. Judah shall i-. whose words shall stand

    £xek, 2. 5. k. that there hath been a prophet, 3.5. ."$3. 5. 1.3. shall k. 1 the Lord hath spoken in my zeal 16. 2. .lerus. to k. her abomination, 20. 4. 1 i'2. 12. CO. t 11. and made them to k. my judgments 25. 14. and the^- shall jt. mv vengeance, saith Lord

    28. 19. all that!-, thee shalfbc astonished at thee Si. .30. thus shall they *. that 1 am with them 37. CH. and the heathen shall *. .39. 23.

    Ua//. 2. 21. givestknowl. to them who jt. understand. 4. 25. till thon *. that the iMost High rulcth, 32.

    7. 16. and made me k. the interpretation 19. 1 woulil k. the truth of the fourth beast

    8. 19. 1 w ill make thee *. what shall be 9.25. k. therefore and understand, that from 11. 32. i>eo()le that /-.their tiod shall twstiong Hos. 2. 20. tliou Shalt k. the I^rd || 9. 7. shall*, it

    13. 4. and thou shalt *. no God but me

    14. 9. who is prudent, and he shall k. them Ulic. 3. 1. is it not for you to k. judgment ? iier/i. 2. U.thouslialt if. that the Lord sent me, 4. 9. Mai. 2. 4. and ye shall k. that 1 have sent this Mat. 6.x let not thy left hand *. what thy right doeth

    7. 11. if yei. how to giiegood gifts, /u*« 11. 13. 9. 3(). see no man *. it, Mark 5. 43. | 7. 24. I 9. 30. 13. lUitisgiven toyoutoi. Marki.n.LvkeK. 10. 24. 33. *. desolat. is near, Mark 13. 29. Luke 21 . 20.

    43. but k. this, if the eomlman, Litie 12. .39. John 4. 42. we *. that this is indeetl the Christ

    7. 17. if any do his will, he shall k. of the doctrine

    26. do the rulers k. indeed || 51. k. what he doeth

    10. 4. the sheep follow him, for thev k. his voire 14. I *. mv sheep |i 13. 7.' thou shalt*. hereafter

    13. .35. by this shall all men k. ye are n)y disciples

    18. 21. ask them, behold, they k. what I saiil Acts 1. 7. it is not for you to k. the times or seasons

    2. 36. let all the house of Isr.*. assuredly th.ittJod 22. 14. shouldest k. his will and see that .lust One

    19- they *. I iuiprisoned them that believed on thee 26. 4. my manner of life from my jouth *. all Jews hom.t. 1. 1 S|>eak to them that k. the law

    10. 19. but 1 sav, did not Israel *. .' first Moses

    1 Cor. 2. 14. neither can he*, them, because they are

    8. 2. he knowelh nothing as he ought to *.

    11. .3. but I would have you *. that the head is Chr. Kfli. 3. 19. and to k. the love of Christ, which passeth 1 Thest. 3. 5. for this cause I sent to *. your faith

    4. 4. every one should *. how to |X)ssesshis vessel in

    5. 19. to i. them wholabour among you, and are

    1 'Vim. 4. 3. < f them which believe and *. the truth C 'Jim. 3. 1. this*, also that in the last days perilous Tit. 1. 16. they profess that they *. God, but m works Jam. 2. 20. but wilt thou *. (J vain man, that 5. 20. let him *. he which converteth a sinner Jude 10. hut what they *. naturally, as brute beasts Jlee. 2. 23. all the churches shall *. that I am he who

    3. 9. 1 will make them to *. tliat I have loved thee •See Certain, Cert.ii.nly, Ceriainty.

    I KKOW. Cen. 12. 11. now / *. that thou art a fair woman

    15. 8. whereby shall J k. that 1 shall inherit it? 18. 19. / *. that he will command his children 20. 6. / *. thon didst this in integrity of thy heart 22. 12. for now Ik. that thou fearest God

    24. 14. thereby shall J k. that thou hast shewed 48. 19. Iiis father said, I k. it, my son, / *. it Hiod. 3.7. the Lord said, /*. their sorrows

    4. 14. Aaron thy brother 7. *. he can speak well

    9. 30. /*. that ve will not yet fear the Lord God

    18. 11. / *. the Lord is greater than all gods

    33. 12. yet thou hast said, J k. thee by name, 17. Deut. 31. 21. Ik. their imagination even now

    27. for 7 *. thy rebelTion and thy stiff neck

    29. / *. that after my death ye will utterly corrupt Josh. 2. 9. 1 k. the Lord hath given you the land Jutlff. 6. :r7. then .shall Ik. that thou wilt save

    17. 13. now *. 7 that the I/ird will do me pood

    1 i>am. 17. 28.7*.thy pride and naughtiness of heart 20. 30. do not 7 *. thou hast chosen son of Jesse r 22. 3. till / *. what Hod will do for me

    24. 20. 7 *. well that thou shalt surely be king

    29. 9. 7 *. that thou ait goo

    2 Kings '2. 3. yea 7 *. it, hold you your peace, 5. 5. 15. 7*. that there isno(io

    19. 27. 7 *. thy atxxJe and going out, Isa. .37. 28.

    1 Chron. 29. 17. 7. *. that thou tricst the heait

    2 Chron. 25. 16. Ik. that (ioil hath determined Joh 9. 2. 7 *. it is so of a truth, but how should

    28. 7 *. thou wilt not hold me innocent

    10. 13. things hast hid, 7 *. that this i.s with thee 13.2. whatye know, the same do 7*. also, not infer. 18. behoUf, Ik. that 1 shall t>ejustihed 19. Q5.Ik. that my Kedeeiiier liveth and shall stand 21.27. 7*. your thouvhts and devices ye imagine

    30. 2.3. for Ik. that thou wilt bring me to death 42. 2. 7 *. that thou canst do every thing

    Psal. 20. 6. I k. that the Lord saveth his anointed

    41. 11. by this 7*. that thou favourest me 50. 11. 1 *. all the fowls of the mountains 56. 9. this I. *. for Go

    119.75. 7*. O lx)rd, that thy judgments are right ' 135. 5. for Ik. 4lie Ixird is great and above all gods

    140. 12. 7 i. the I^rd will maintain the cause Eccl. 3. 12. 7 *. that there is no good in them 14. i *. that whatsoever God do«th, it shall be for

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    Feci. 8. 12. Ik. it sh.-»ll be well with them that fear G .

    Jta. 47. 8. nor shall 7 *. the loss of chil.lren 50. 7. and 7 *. that 1 shall not be ashamed 66. 18. 7 *. their woiks and their thoughts

    Jer. 10. 23. 7 *. the way of man is not in himself 11. 18. Lord hath given me knowledge, and J k. it 29. 11. for 7*. the thoughts tliat 1 think

    23. 7 *. and am a witness, saith the Lord 48. 30. 7 *. his wrath, saith the Lord, it shall

    hjiek. 11. 5. 7 *. things that come into your mind Uan. 2. 9. therefore tell me the dream, and / shall *. litis. 5. 3. Ik. Lphraim, and Israel is not hid

    1.3. 5. 7 did *. thee in the wilderness Amns 5. 12. 7 *. your manifold transgressions Jimah 1. 12. Ik. that for my sake this tempest is Mat. 28. 5. fear not ye, 7 *. that ye seek Jesus Mark 1. 24. 7 *. thee who thou art, Luke 4. 34. Luie 1. 18. whereby shall 7 *. this, for I ain old John 4. 25. 7 *. that Messias cometh, called Christ

    5. 42. but 7 *. you II 8. 14. 7 *. w hence 1 came

    8. .37. 7 *. that ye arc Abraham's seed 55. but 7 *. him || 9. 25. one thing 7 *.

    JO. 15. as Father knoweth nie, so J k. the Father 27. and 7 *. my sheep, and they follow me

    11. 22. Ik. that what thou wilt ask of God

    24. Martha said, 7 *. that he shall rise again

    12. 50. Ik. his commandment is life everlasting 13. 18. 1 speak not of all, Ik. whom I have chosen

    Jlrts 12. 11. now Ik. of a surety that the Lord sent

    19. 15. Jesus 7 *. and I'aul 7 *. but who are ye ?

    20. 25. 7 *. that ye shall see my face no more 29. 7 *. this, that after my departing, wolves

    24. 22. 7 will *. the uttermost of your matter

    26. 3. because 7 *. thee to be ex|>ert in customs 27. king Agrippa, 7 *. that thou t)elievest

    Horn. 7. 18. 7 *. that in me dwelleth no good thing

    1 Cvr. 4. 4. for 7 *. nothing by myself, yet am 1 not 13. 12. now 7*. in part, then shall 7 *'. as 1 am kno.

    2 Cor. 9. 2. 7 *. the forwardness of your mind Phil. 1. 19. 7 *. this shall turn to mv salvation

    25. 7 *. that 1 shall abide with you all, and contin. 2. 19. be of good comfort, when 7 *. your estate 4. 12. 7 *. how to be abased, 7 *. how to abound

    2 Tim. 1. 12. for 7 *. whom I have believed 1 John 2. 4. he that saith, 7 *. him, and keepeth Pev. 2. 2. Ik. thy works, 9. 13, 19. 1 3. 1, 8, 15. 2. 9. Ik, the blasphemy of them, who say

    K>.0\\\\\\\\V not, or not KNOW. Gen. 4.9. Lordsaid, where is Abel r he said, T k.not

    27. 2. 1 am old, 1 *. Jiot the day of my death Lrotl. 5. 2. I *. not the 1 ord, nor will 1 let Israel go

    10. 26. we *. nut with what we must serve the Lord Vent. 22. 2. or if thou *. him iwt, then bring it 1 Sam. 3. 7. now Samuel did not yet *. the Lord

    25. 11. take my bread, give to ii>en w horn I *. not !

    1 Kings 3. 7- f *• '"" how to go out or come in 18. 12. the Spirit shall carry thee whither 1 *. not

    2 Kings 17. 26. they *. not the manner of G. of land Ezra 7. 25. and teach ye them that *. them net Keh. 4. 11. they .shall not k. nor see, till we come Joh9."\\\\\\\\. though perfect, yet would I not k. my soul

    15. 9. what knowest thou that we *. not?

    21. 29. and do ye not k. their tokens r

    24. 13. they *. not the ways thereof, nor abide in 16. they dig in the dark, they *. not the light .32. 22. for 1 *. not to give flattering titles 36. 26. God is great, and we *. him iwt

    Psal. 71. 15. for 1 *. not the numbers thereof 82. 5. they *. not, neither will they understand 94. 10. he that teacheth man, shall not he *. / 101. 4. I will not k. a wicked person

    Prov.i. 19. they *. not at what they stumble

    5. 6. w ay s are moveable, that thon canst not *. them

    24. 12. doth not he *. it, and shall not he render

    25. 8. lest thou *. not what to do in the end 29. 7. but the wicked regardcth not to *. it

    .3t>. 18. yea, there are four things which I *. not Keel. 9. 5. but the dead *. not any thing Cant. 1. 8. if thou *. not, O fairest among women Isa. 1. 3. but Israel

    43. 19. shall ve not k. it ■ \\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\ 44. 8. 1 *. not any

    47. 11. thou slialt not k. from whence it aris^th

    48. 6. even hiilden things, and thou didst ?«ir*. them 59. 8. way of iieace they *. not, shall not k. peace

    Jer. 5. 4. for thcv *. not the way of the Lord 7.9. will ye walk after other yo

    8.7. but my people*, not thejudgments of the Lord

    9. 3. and they *. not nie, saith the Lord

    10. 25. thy fury on the heathen that *. thee not 14. 18. go about into a land that they *. 7iot, 22. 28.

    Pzek. 38. 14. dwelleth safely, shalt thou not k. it r llos. 2. 8. she did not k. that 1 gave her corn, wine .Imos 3. 10. for they *. not to do right, saith the L. Mic. 4. 12. they *. not the thoughts of the 1 ord Mat. 25. 12. verily I say unto you, 1 *. you not

    26. 70. Peter said, 1 *. not what thou say est Mat. 26. 72. then began he to curse and swear, say- ing, I *. not the man, 74. Mark 14. (J8, "1.

    Mark 10. .'fe. Jesus said, ye *. 7111/ what ye ask

    12. 24. ye err, because ye *. not the scriptures Luke 1. .34. how shall this be, seeing 1 *. 7iot a man

    13. 25. he shall say, 1 *. not w hence you are, 27.

    22. 57. denied him, saying, woman, 1 *. him not 60. Peter said, man, I *. not what thou sayest

    23. 34. forgive them, they *. not w hat they do

    24. 16. eyes holden, that they should not k. him John 1 . 2ti. standeth one among you whom ye *. not

    8. 55. if 1 should say, 1 *. him not, \\\\\\\\ should lie

    9. 12. the blind man said, 1 *. not, 25.

    21. or who hath 0|)ened his eyes, we *. not 29. tor this fellow, we *. no/ from whence he is

    10. 5. for they *. not the voice of strangers

    14. 5. Lord, we *. not whither thou goest

    15. 21. because they *. not him that sent me

    20. 2. we *. n. II 13. I *. not where they have laifl^iim Acts 21. 34. and when he could not *. the certainty Horn. 8. 26. for we *. not what we should pray tor 1 Cor. 1. 16. I *. not whether t baptize

    3 T'hess. 1. 8. vengeance on them that *. not God

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    1 Tim. 3. 5. if a man *. net how to rule his house Judt lO. these S(>eak evil of things they *. »« t Hec. 3. 3. thou slialt ».» *. what hour 1 will come •Ve, ye KIsOW. K?;0\\\\\\\\V that 1 am the Lord. Exod. 6, 7. ye shall *. that 1 am the Lord, 16. 12.

    1 hini/S 20. 28. £w*. 6. 7. 13. I 7. 4, 9. I 11. 10,

    12.112. 20.113. 9, 14, 21, 23.114. 8.115. 7.

    I 20. :«, 42, 44. 1 23. 49. 1 24. 24. | 25. 5. j 35. 9.

    1.36. 11. 137.6, 13. JoelX 17.

    7. 5. and the Egyptians shall*./. Jam i. 14.4,18 17. thou shall *. 7 am L. 1 Kings m. 13. Isa.Vi.

    23. Ezek. 16. 02. | 22. 16. 1 25. 7. 1 35. 4, 12. 8. 22. to end that thou maycst *. that lam the Lord

    10. 2. that ye may *. 1. 1 am L. 31. 13. Lzek. 20. 20. 29. 46. they shall *. that I am the Lord, Lzek. li. 10.

    14. 17. 27. I 12. 15, 16. 1 24. 27. 1 '-5. 11, I7. 1 26. 6. 1 28. 22, £3, 24. 26. i 29. 9, 16, 21. 1 30. 8, 19,

    25. C6. 1 32. 15. 1 :«. 29. 1 34. 27. 1 35. 15. | 36. 3b. I 38. 2;f. 1 39. 6, 28.

    Deut. 29. 6. that ye might *. that lam the Lord Jer. 24. 7. I will give them an heart to *. 1 am Ld. Lzek. 20. 12. my sabbat. that they might k.lamL.'.l6.

    .")6. 23. and the heathen shall *. J am the L. 39. 7.

    39. 22. tlie house of Israel shall *. that lam the L.

    May, mayest, or might KNOSV. £rnrf. 8. 10. ttiou mayest k.Hnexe is none like G. 9.14.

    9. 29. that thou OToj/ej/*. that the earth is the Lord's

    11. 7. ycmayk. the Lord doth put a difference 3.'J. 5. that 1 may k. what to do to thee

    13. shew me thy way, that I may k. thee Lev. 23. 43. that your generations may k. that Num. 22. 19. that 1 may k. what the Lord w ill say Oe7tt. 4. 35. \\\\\\\\h»t XlioumightCit k. that the L. heisCj. Josh. 3. 4. ye may k. the way by which ye should go

    7. they may k. that as I was with Sloses, so 1 will 4. 24. all people might k. the hand of the Lord

    Judg. 3. 2. that Israel might k. to teach them war

    18. 5. we may k. w liether our way be prosperous liuih 4. 4. if not, then tell me, that 1 moy k.

    1 Ham. 17. 46. that all the earth may k. there isaO.

    in Israel, 1 Aiw^^j 8. 43, 60. 2 Kings 19. 19.

    2 Sam. 24. 2. that I may *. the numberof the peop.

    1 Kings IS. 37. this peuplemair*. that lliou art tiod

    2 Chron. 6. 33. that all people may k. thy name, and may k. that this house is called by thy name

    12. 8. his servants, that they may k. my service Joh 19. 29. that ye may k. there is a judgment 31. 6. be weighed, that Ciod may k. my integrity .37. 7. that alfmen may *. his work Pial.9. 20. nations may k. themselves to be but men 39.4. measure of days, that may *. how frail 1 am 78. 6. that the generation to come might k. them a3. 18. that men mny*. that thou art the Most High 109. 27. that they may k. that this is thy hand 119. 125. that I may *. thy testimonies 7.1a. 5. 19. let counsel draw nigh tliat we may *. it 7. 15. that he may k. to refuse the evil

    37. 20. that all may k. that thou art the Lord 41. 23. that We may k. ye are gods, yea, do good

    26. who hath declared, that we may *. amllwfore

    43. 10. ye may k. and believe me, and undcrs ami 45. 3. that thou mayest k. that I am the Ci. of Isr.

    6. that they may k. from the rising of the sun Jer. 6. 27. that thou mayest *. and try their w ay

    44. 29. that ye may k. that my words shall staud Ltek. 21. 5. all flesh may k, I have drawn my suord

    38. 16. against the land, that heathen may k. me Dan. 2. 30. mighiest k. the thoughts of thy heart

    4. 17. to the intent that the living may k. Jonah 1. 7. come, let us cast lots, that we may k. Mic. 6. 5. ye may k. the righteousness of the Lord Mat. 9. 6. but that ye may *. that the Son of man hath power to forgive, Mark 2. 10, Luke 5. 24. John 10. 38. ye may k. and believe the Fath. is in me

    14. 31. that the world may k. 1 love Lath. I7. 23.

    17. 3. that they might k. thee the only true God

    19. 4. that ye may k. that I find no fault in him Acts 17. 19. may we *. what this new doctrine is .'

    21. 24. all may k. that tliose things are nothing

    1 Cor. 2. 12. we might k. the things given us of (io

    2 Cor. 2. 4. that ye might k. the love I have to you 9. that I might k. the proof of you, whether }e be

    Eph. 1. 18. that ye may k. the hope of his calling 6. 22. whom 1 sent, that ye might k. our affairs Phil. 3. 10. that 1 may k. him, and the |)Ower of his Col. 4. 6. that ye may k. how to answer every man

    8. whom 1 sent, that he might k. your estate

    1 'Jim. 3. 15. thou may k. how thou oughtest to beh. 1 John 5. 13. that ye may k. ye have eternal life 20. given us, that we may k. him that is true He KNOW, or KNOW ae. Gen. 29. 5. know ye Laban '; they said, ue k. him Deut. 18. 21. if thou say, how shall ae k. the word 1 Sam. 6. 9. then shall ue k. it is not his hand 2C'Ar.20. 12. we havenomight, nor *. s< whattodo .Job .36. 26. behold, (Jod is great, and ue k. him not 7.fa. 59. 12. as for our iniquities, ue k. them IJos. 6. 3. then shall ue *. if we follow on to know

    8. 2. Israel shall cry to me, my God, ue k. thee Mat. 22. 16. ue k. thou art true, and teachrst the

    way of Ciod, Mark 12. 14. 7.«**20. SI. John .3. 2. ae k. thou art a teacher come from God 11. verily 1 say to thee, we speak that ardo*. 4.22. tie *. what we worship ; for salvation is of

    6. 42. Jesus, whose father and mother ice k. '

    7. 27. howbeit, ite k. whence this man is

    8. 52. now a« *. that thou hast a devil

    9. 20. ue k. that this is our son who was blind 24. said to him, ice k. that this man is a sinner 29. t< *. that CJod spake to Moses, as for this 31. now ue k. that (io

    14. 5. Thomas saith to him. I.d. ue k. not whither thou goest. ana how can n« « . tiie way .' 21. 24. anu ice i. that nis testimony ;s true Acts 17. 20. ice would *. what these tliinns mean 2}!. 22. ice k. it is every w here Sfwken against liom. 3. 19. ue k. that what thinss the law saith 7. 14. for ue k. that the law is spiritual, but 1 am 8. 22. ue k, the whole creation groaneth an.l travail. 28. Kt k. that all things work together for good 1 Cor. 8. 1. tc« *. that we all have know ledge 263

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    i Cor. 8. 4. a'« i. that an idol is nothing in the world

    13. 9. tor &■« Ic. in part, and prophesy in part 2 Cor. 5. 1. for ae k. that if our earthly house

    16. k. we no man after tlie flesh, k. ue him no more 1 'Vim. 1. 8. but we k. that the law is good lieh. 10. 31). for we k. him that hath sai(l, vengeance 1 John 2. .3. hereby ree k. that ae k. him, if we keep

    5. hereby k. we that we are in him

    18. whereby we k. that it is the last time

    3. C. but we k. that when he shall appear

    14. we k. that we have passed from death to life

    19. hereby we k. that we are of the truth 24. hereby we k. that he abideth in us

    4. 6. Iiereby k. we the spirit of truth and error

    l.S. hereby k. we that we dwell in him 5. 2. by this we k. we love the children of God

    15. and if we k. that he hearetii us, we k. that we

    have the petitions that we desired of him

    18. we k. wliosoever is born of God, sinneth not

    19. we k, that we are of (jod, and the world lieth

    20. and we k. that the Son of God is come, an understanding, that we may k. him that is true

    le K>iOW, or KNOW g/e.

    Gen. 29. 5. he said, k. ye Laban the son of Nahor ? 31. 6. ye k. that with all my power 1 served your 44. 27. ye k. that my wife bare me two sons

    ILzod. 16. 6. at even ye shall k. the Lonl biought 23. 9. ye k. the heart of a stranger, seeing ye were

    Hum. 14. 34. ye shall k. my breach of promise

    16. 28. ye shall k. tliat the T^rd hath sent me Josh. 3. 10. ye shall k. the livin" God is among you

    23 14. and ye k. in all your hearts and souls Juitg. 18. 14. ye k. there is in these houses an ephod

    1 Kivgs 22. 3. k. ye that Kamoth in Gilead is ours .'

    2 Kings '3.^\\\\\\\\,ye k. the man and his communication Job 13. 2. whati/e k. the same do I know

    Psal. 100. 3. k. ye that the Lord he is God, he made Jsa. 51. 7. hearken, ye that k. righteousness Jer. 26. 15. k.ye for certain, if ye put me to death 48. 17. all ye that k. his name, say, how is Ezek. 14. 23. ye shall k. that I have not done

    17. 21. ye shall k. 1 the Lord have spoken, 37. 14. J()«/2. 27. ye shall X-. that 1 am in midst of Israel ZecA. 2. 9. ye shall k. the Lord hath sent me, 6. 15. JUal. 7. 16. ye shall k. them by their fruits, 20.

    20. 25. ye k. princes of the Cientiles, Mark 10. 42.

    24. 32.ye k. summer nigh, IWar/t 13. 28. Lnke 21. 30.

    25. 13. watch, for ye i. neither day noi' hour Mark 4. 13. he said to them, k. ye not this parable ? Lnke 21. 31. k. ye that the kingdom of God is nigh Jo/mt. 28. ye both k. me, and know whence 1 am

    8.28.j'eshalU. 1 am he 1| .•!2.j/e shall /!■. the truth

    11. 49. k. ye nothing || 13. 12. k. ye what I have

    [done

    13. 17. if ye A. these things, happy are ye if do them

    14. 4. whither I go ye k. and the way ye k.

    7. from henceforth ye ^. him, and have seen, 17. 20. ye shall k. I am in my Father, and you in me

    15. 18. ye k. that it hated me before it hated you Acts 2. 22. man approved, as ye yourselves also k.

    10.28. ye k. how that it is unlawful for a .lew

    15. 7. brethren, ye k. how that a good while ago 19. 25. ye k. that by this craft we have our wealth 20. 18. ye k. from the first day that I came

    1 Cor. 12. 2. ye k. that ye were Gentiles, carried 15. 58. ye k. your labour is not in vain in the I.ord

    16. 15. brethren^ ye k. the house of .Stephanas

    2 Cor. 8.9. ye <■. the grace of our Lord .lesus Christ 13. 6. I trust ye shall k. we are not reprobates

    Gal. 3. 7- k. ye that they which are of faith

    4. 13. ye k. how through infirmities I i)reached Eph. 5. 5. for this ye /-. that no whoremonger Phil. 2. 22. ye k. the proof of him, that as a son

    1 Thess. 1. 5. as ye k. what manner of men we were

    2. 2. and were shamefully entreated, as ye k. 5. nor used we flattering words, as ye k. 11. ye k. how we exhorted and comtorted

    3. 4. even as it came to pass, and ye k.

    4. 2. ye k. what commandments we gave by Lord

    2 Thess. 2. 6. and now ye k. what withholdeth Heb. 12. 17- ye k. when he would have inherited

    13. 23. k. ye that our brother Timothy is set at

    1 Pet. 1. 18. ye k. that ye were not redeemed with

    2 Pet. 1. 12. put you in remembrance, tho'ye k. them

    3. 17. seeing ye k. these things before, beware

    1 Jolm 2. 20. ye *. all things || 21. because ye k. it 29. it ye k. he is righteous, ye k. that every one

    3. 5. ye k. he was manifested to take awav our sins

    15. ye k. no murderer hath eternal life "in him

    4. 2. hereby k. ye the Spirit of God, every spirit

    3 John 12. and ye k. that our record is true

    Ye KMUW not, or KNOW ye not.

    2 Sam. 3. 38. k. ye not that there is a prince fallen 2 CAr. 32. 13. *. ye no< what 1 and m v fathers have Job 21. 29. have not asked, do ye not'k. their tokens £iek. 17. 12. k. ye not what these things mean .' JUat. 20. 22. .Jesus said, ye k. not what ye ask

    24. 42. ye k. not what hour your Lonl doth come Mark 4. 13. he said to them, k. ye not this parable ?

    12. 24. ye err, because ye k. not the scriptures

    13. .33. watch, for ye k. not when the time is, .35. lyuke 9. 55. ye k. not what manner of spirit ye be of John 1. 26. standeth one among you, whom ye k. not

    4. 22. ye woi-shipye k. not what |i 32. meat ye *. not of

    7. 28. he that sent me is true, whom ye k. not

    8. 19. ye neither k. me nor my Father

    9. 30. that ye k. not from whence he is, and yet Horn. 6. 3. k. ye not that so many as were baptized

    16. k. ye not that to whom ye yield servants 7. 1. k. ye 7u>t, brethren, for 1 speak to them that

    1 Cor. 3. 16. k. ye n^t ye are temple of G. 0. 15, 19.

    5. 6. k. yeywt that a little leaven leaveneth the lump 6. 2. do ye not k. the saints shall judge the world .'

    3. k. ye not that we shall jud»e angels ? 9. k. ye nut, the unrighteous sliall not inherit 16. k. ye not, that he which is joined to an harlot 0. 13. do ye not k. that they which minister 24. *. ye 7«)/, that they which run in a race, run all

    2 Cor. 13. 5. k. ye not yourselves, that .1 esus is in you Jam. 4. 4. *. ye iwt that the friendship of the world

    14. ye k. not what shall be on the morrow 1 John 2. 21. not written, because ye k. not the truth

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    KNOWE.'^T. Gen. 30. 26. thou k. my service that I have done 29. thou k. how I have served thee, and thy cattle

    47. 6. and if thou k. any man of activity among lL,xod. 10. 7. k. thou not that Fgypt is destroyed

    3,'. 22. thou *. the people are set on mischief A'htb. 10. 31. for thou k. how we are to encamp

    20. 14. thou k. the travel that hath befallen Vent. 7. 15. the diseases of Egypt, which thou *.

    9. 2. the children of the AnaRniis, whom thou k,

    28. 33. a nation thou k. not, shall eat up Jnsh. 14. 6. thou k. the thing that the Lord sai t Jiidg. 15. 11. k. thou not the Philistines are rulers l^/m.2H.9.womansaid, thou*, what Saul hath done mam. 1.5. how k. thou that Saul and lonath. be dead

    2. 20. k. thou not that it will be bitterness in end :

    3. 25. thou k. Abner the son of Ner, that he came

    7. 20. thou, Lord, k. thy servant, 1 Chron. 17. 18. 17. 8. for, said tlusliai, thou k. thy father

    1 Kings 1. 18. my lord the king, thou*, it not

    2. 5. thou /-. also what .loab cfid to me

    9. thou k. what thou oughtest to do to him

    15. thou k. that the kingdom was mine

    44. thou k. all the wickedness thou didst to David

    8. 39. whose heart thou k. thou only k. 2 Clir. 6. .3J.

    2 Kings 1. 3. *. thou the Ld. will take thy master, 5. 4. 1. thou k. that thy servant did fear the Lord

    Job 10. f. thou k. that I am not w icked

    15. 9. what k. thou that we know not ?

    20. 4. k. thou not tliis of old, since man was

    31. 33. therefore speak what thou k.

    38. 5. who hath laid measures of earth, if thou k. ? 18. breadth of the earth, declare, if thou*, it all 21. *. thou it) because thou wast then born? 33. *. thou the ordinances of heaven '.

    39. 1. *. tlioii when the wild goats bring forth, 2. Psal. 411. 9. not refrained, O Lei . thou *. Je;-. 15. 15.

    69. 5. O (iod', thou *. my foolishness

    l:i9. 2. thou *. my down-sitting and up-rising

    4. lo, O Lord, thou *. it altogether

    Prov. 27. 1. thou *. not what a day may bring forth Keel. 11. 2. thou *. not what evil shall be

    5. as thou *. not what is the way of the .Spirit,

    even so thou k. not the works of God

    6. for thou *. not whether shall prosper

    Isa. .55. 5. thou shalt call a nation that thou *. not Jer. 5. 15. a nation whose language thou *. not

    12. 3. but thou, O Lord, *. me, thou hast seen me

    15.14. into a land which thou *. not, 17. 4.

    17. 16. nor have 1 desired the woeful day, thou *. 18.23. tliou *. all their counsel to slay me .33. 3. 1 will shew thee things which thou *. not JLtek. 37.3. and I answered, O Lord God, thou*. Dan. 10. 20. said, *. thou wherefore 1 come to thee Zech. 4. 5. angel said, *. thou not what these be, 13. Mat. 15. 12. *. thou that the Pharisees were offended Mark 10. 19. thou *. commandments, Luke 18. 20. Luke 22. 34. shall thrice deny that thou *. me John 1. 48. Nathanael said, whence *. thou me ?

    3. 10. art thou a master, and *. not these things .'

    13. 7. Jesus said, what I do, thou *. not now

    16. .30. we are sure thou *. all things, 21. I7.

    19. 10. *. thou not I have power to cruelty

    21. 15. yea. Lord, thou *. that 1 love thee, 16. Acts 1. 24. thou which *. the hearts of all men

    25. 10. I have done no wrong, as thou very well *. Horn. 2. 18. *. his will, and approvest the things

    1 Cor. 7. 16. what *. thou, O wife, *. thou, O man ?

    2 Tim. 1. 15. thou *. that all they in Asia be turned 18. how he ministered to me, thou *. very well

    Rev. 3. 17. and *. not that thou art wretched, blind 7. 14. and 1 said unto him, sir, thou *. KlSOWETlI.

    Gen. .33. 13. my lord *. the children are tender

    Lev. 5. 3. when he *. of it, he shall be guilty, 4.

    Deut. 2. 7. he *. thy walking thro' this wilderness .34. 6. no man *. of Moses' sepulchre to this day

    Josh. 22. 22. the Lord God of g«ls, he *. and Israel

    1 Sam. 3. 13. Eli's house for the iniquity which he*.

    20. 3. thy father certainly *. that 1 found grace

    23. 17. and that also Saul my father *.

    2 Sam. 14. 22. thy servant *. that I found grace

    17. 10. all Israel *. thy father is a mighty man Jab 11. 11. he *. vain men, he seeth wickedness

    15. 23. he *. the day of darkness is ready athis hand 2.3. 10. but he *. the way that I take 28. 7- there is a path which no fowl *. 23. God understandeth and *. the place thereof 34. 25. therefore he *. their works and overturneth

    Psal. 1. 6. the Lord *.the way of the righteous 37. 18. the Lord *. the days of the upright 44. 21. for he *. the secrets of the heart 74. 9. nor is there any among us that *. how long 94. 11. Lord *. the thoughts of man are vanity 103. 14. he *. our frame, remembereth we are dust 104.19. moon for seasons, the sun *. his going down 1.38. 6. but the proud he *. afar off 139. 14. thy works, and that my soul *. right well

    Prov. 9. 13. foolish woman is simple and *.nothing

    14. 10. the heart *. his own bitterness, and stranger Pxcl. 6. 8. the poor, that *. to walk before the living

    7. 22. thine own heart *. thou hast cursed others

    9. 1. no man *. either love or habed by all that Isa. 1.3. the ox *. his owner, the ass his master's crib Jer. 8. 7. the stork*, her appointed times, and turtle

    9. 24. glory, that he understandeth and *. me llan. 2. 22. he *. what is in the darkness, and light Nah.l.T. Ixrd is good, he *. them that trust in him Zeph. 3. 5. he faileth not, but the unjust *. noshame Mat. 6. 8. your Father *. what things ye need 32. *. ye have need of all these thin;js, Luke 12. 30. 11.27. no man *. the Son but the tather, nor any *. the Father save the Son, Luke 10. 22.

    24. .30. of that day *. no man, Mark 13. 32. Luke 16. 15. ye justify, but God *. your hearts John 7. 15. saying, how *. this man letters r

    27. when Christ cometh, no man*, whence he is 10. 15. as the Father*, me || 14. 17. nor *. him 19. 35. he saw it, and he *. that he saith true Acts 15. 8. Gotl which *. the hearts bare witness

    26. 26. for the king *. of these things before whom Horn, 8. 27. he *. what is the mind of the Spirit

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    1 Cor. 2. 11. for what man *. the things of a man,

    even so the things of God *. no man but Spirit 8. 2. if any man think he *. any thing, he *. nothing

    2 Cor. 11. 11. because I love you not r (Sod *.

    31 . God *. 1 lie not || 12. 2. 1 cannot tell, God k. 3. 2 Ttm. 2. 19. the Lord *. them that are his Jatn. 4. 17- to him that *. to do good, and doeth not 2 Pet. 2. 9. the Lord *. how to deliver the gixily 1 John 3. 20. and *. all things (1 4. 6. he tliat *. God 4. 7. he that loveth is born of God, and *. God Pev. 2. 17. a new name written, which no man *. 12. 12. because he *. that he hath but a short time Who KNOWEl H, or KlSOWETIl not. 1 Kings \\\\\\\\. 11. doth reign, and Dav.our Ld. k. it not Esth. 4. 14. who k. whether thou art come to kingd. Job 12. 3. yea, wlio k. iwt such things as these r 9. who k. luit in all these, that (he hand of Lord

    14. 21. his sons come to honour, he *. it mit

    18. 21. this is the place of him that *. not God 28. 13. man *. not the price thereof, nor is it found .35. 15. he hath visiteci in anger, yet he *. it not

    Ps. 39. 6. riches, and *. not who shall gather them 90. 11. who k. the power of thine anger '. 92.6. a brutish man *. nut, nor a fool understand this.

    Prov. 7. 23. and *. mtt that it is for his life 9. 18. but he *. iwt that the dead are there 24. 22. and who k. the ruin of them both :

    Keel. 2. 19. wlio k. « hetlier he be wise or a fool 3. 21 . who k. the spirit of man that goeth upward 6. 12. for who *. what is good for man in life

    8. 1. who k. the interpretation of a thing .'

    7. for he *. not that which shall be

    9. 12. for man also *. not his time, as the fishes

    10. 15. because he *. 710/ how to go to the city Isa. 29. 15. and they say, who seeth us, jcho k. us .' Uos. 7. 9. gray hairs here and there, yet he *. tiot Joel 2. 14. who k. if he will return and repent Mark 4. 27. and seed should grow up, he *. not how John 7. 49. but tliw people, w/io *. not the law

    12. :i5. walketh in darkness, *. not whither he goetli

    15. 15. the servant *. not what his lord doeth' Acts 19. .35. what man that *. iiot that Ephesians 1 .fohn 2. 11. walketh in darkness, *. wn/ w hither go

    3. 1. therefore the world *. us 710I, it knew him not

    4. 8. he that loveth not, *. not Ciod, for God is love-

    KNOWING. Gen. 3.5. ye shall be as gods, *. good and evil 43. + 7- *. could we know he would say, bring

    1 Kings 2. 32. slew them, my father David not *.

    2 Chron. 2. + 12. to David a wise son, *. prudence Mat. 9. 4. Jesus k. their thoughts, Luke 11. 17.

    22. 29. ye err, not *. the scri ptures nor power of G . Mark 5. 30. Jesus immediately *. in himself virtue 33. but the woman *. what was done in her

    6. 20. feared John, *. that he was a just man

    12.. 15. but he *. their hypocrisy, said to them Luke 8. 53. they laughed, *. that she was dead

    9. 33. and one for Ellas, not *. what he said John 13. 3. Jesus*, the Father had given all things

    18. 4. Jesus*, all things that should come upon him

    19. 28. Jesus *. that all things were accomplished 21. 12. none durst ask him, *. that it was the Lord

    Acts 2. .30. *. that (;o

    20. 22. not *. the things that shall befall me there Rom, 1. 32. who *. the judginent of fJod that (hey

    2. 4. not *. that (he goodne.ss of God leadeth thee

    5. 3. *. that tribulation workelh padence

    6. 6. *. (his, that our old man is crucified with hinv 9. *. Chr. being raised from dead, dieth no more

    13. 11. *. the time, now it is high time to awake

    2 Cor. L 7- *• that as ye are partakers of sufterings-

    4. 14. *. that he whicli raised the Lord Jesus

    5. 6. *. that whilst we are at home in the body 11. *. the terror of the Lord, we persuade men

    Gal. 2. 16. *. that a man is not justihed by the law Lph. 6. 8. *. (hat whatsoever good any man doeth

    9. *. that your master is in heaven. Cot. 4.1 . Phil. 1. 17. *. that I am set for defence of gospel Col. 3. 24. *. that of the L. ye shall receive reward 1 Thess. 1. 4. *. beloved, your election of God

    1 Tim. 1.9. *.this, that the law is made for lawless 6. 4. is proud , *. nothing, but doting aboutquestions

    2 Tim. 2. 23. questions, *. that they do genderstrifes

    3. 14. *. of whom thou hast learned them Tit. 3. 11. *. that he that is such, is subverted Philem. 21. *. that thou wilt do more than I say Heb. 10. 34. *. ye have in heaven a better substance

    11. 8. he went out, not *. whither he went Jam. 1.3. *. this, that the trying of your faith

    3. 1. *. we shall receive greater condemnation

    1 Pet. 3. 9. blessing, *. that ye are (hereunto called 5. 9. *• the same altlictions are accoinplished in

    2 A'eM. 14.*. that shortly 1 must put off this tabern. 20. *. this, that no prophecy of scripture is of

    3. 3. *. that there shall come scoffers in last days

    KNOWLEDGE Signifies, [1] The essential and infinite understand- ing of God, by which he knows every thing in the most perfect manner, 1 Sam. 2. 3. [2] A bare understanding of divine truths, without faith in Christ, and lore to our Christian brethren, 1 Cor.

    8. 1. [3] A right understanding and conception of spiritual thitiffs, 2 Cor. 6. 6. [4] That knoii ledge of God's will, and of the way of salvation which is in Christ in its highest perfection, and which by him is revealed to his people, and im- printed on their minds atut hearts by his Spirit, so as to produce faith , love, and obedience, Isa. 53. 11. [5] Christian pruderwe and holy experience in the ways of God, 2 Cor. 8. 7. 2 Pet. 1 . 5. 6. [61 That imperfect knowledge of divine things which we have in this world, 1 Cor. 13. 8. [7] The gift of interpreting dreams, Dan. 5. 12. It is [1] Na- tural, that knowledge which men have by the light of nature, Rom. 1. 21, 28. Jude 10. [2] Arti- hcial, such as is bestowed on men for devising curious and excellent pieces of workmanship, Exod. .35. 31. [3J Legal, namely, that knowledge of our guilt arul danger which were taught by the law, Kom. 3. 20. 1 '7. 7. [4] Evangelical, s-uch is that

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    unimledge of Christ, and of salvation throvgh Urn, which the gospel acquaints us with, S Cor, 2. 14.

    Gen. 2. 9. and the tree of *. of sood and evil , 17.

    Exod. 31. 3. I have filled Bezaleel in *. 35. 31.

    Let:. 4. 23. or if his sin come to his k. 28.

    .Vwm. 24. 16. and knew the k, of the most High

    Ruth 2. 1(1. that thou shouldtst take k. of me

    19. blessed he he that did take *. of thee 1 Sam. 2. 3. for the Lord is a God of k.

    23. 23. see, take *. of all the lurking places

    1 Kings 9. 27. shipmen that had *. of sea, 2 CAr. 8. 18.

    2 Chron. 1. 10. give me k. that I may go out 11. but hast asked k. \\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\ 12. k. is granted thee

    Neh. 10. 28. every one having k. separated Job 15. 2. should a wise man utter vain k. ?

    21. 14. for we desire not the k. of thy ways 22. shall any teach God *. seeing he judgeth

    33. 3. and my lips shall utter k. clearly

    34. 2. give ear unto nie, ye that have k.

    36. 3. 1 will fetch my k. frora afar, and will ascribe

    4. he that is perfect iu k. is with thee, .37. 16. Fsal. 19. 2. and night unto night sheweth *.

    7.3. 11. and is there *. in the Most High ?

    94. 10. he that teacheth man k. shall not he know ? 119. 66. teach me good judgment and k.

    139. 6. such k. is too wonderful for me 144. 3. what is man that thou takest *. of him ? Ptov. 1. 4. to give the young man k. and

    22. fools hate *. 11 2. 3. if thou criest after *. 29. for that they hated k. and diii not choose

    2. 6. out of his mouth cometh k. and understanding 10. and wlien k. is pleasant to thy soul

    3. 20. by his *. the depths are broken up 5. 2. and that thy lips may keep k.

    8. 9. tliey are right to them ttiat find *.

    10. *. rather than gold II 12. and find out k.

    9. 10. and the *. of ttie Holy is understanding

    10. 14. wise men lay up k. but the foolish

    11. 9. but through k. shall the just be delivered

    12. 1. whoso loveth instruction loveth *.

    23. a prutlent man concealeth *. but fools

    13. 16. every prudent man dealeth with k,

    14. 6. k. is easy to him that undersfandeth 7. thou -jerceivest not in him the lips of k. 18. but the prudent are crowned with k.

    15. 2. the tongue of the wise useth k. aright 7. the lips of the wise disperse k.

    14. the heart that hath understanding seeketh i,

    17. 27. he that hath *. spareth his words

    18. 15. the heart of the prudent getteth k. and the

    ear of the wise seeketh k.

    19. 25. reprove, and he will understand k.

    27. cease, my son, to err from the words of k.

    20. 15. the lips of k. are a precious jewel

    21. 11. when the wise is instructed, he receiveth k.

    22. 12. the eyes of the Lord preserve k.

    17. and apply thine heart unto my k.

    20. written excellent things in counsels and k,

    23. 12. and apply thine ears to the words of k. 24. 4. by k. shall the chambers be filled with riches

    5. yea, a man of k. increaseth strength

    14. so shall the k. of wisdom be to thy soul 28. 2. by a man of*, the state shall be prolonged 30. 3. nor learned wisdom, nor have the *. of Holy £ccl. 1. 16. 3'ea, my heart had experience of it.

    18. he that increaseth k. increaseth sorrow

    2. 21 for there is a man whose labour is in k. 26. God giveth to a man wisdom, k. and joy

    7. 12. but the excellency oik. is that wisdom giveth 9. 10. nor k. in the gi-ave, whither thou goest

    12. 9. the preacher still taught tlie people k.

    Jsa. 8. 4. for before the child shall have k. to cry 11. 2. the spirit of k. and of the fear of the Lord 28. 9. whom shall he teach k. ? them that are wean. 32. 4. the heart of the rash shall understand k. 33. 6. wisdom and *. shall be stability of thy times 40. 14. who taught him *. |l 44. 19. nor is there *. 44. 25. and maketh their k. foolish 47. 10. tliy wisdom and thy k. hath perverted thee 53. 11. by his k. my righteous servant justify many

    Jer. 3. 15. pastors, which shall feed you with k. 10. 14. every man is brutish in his k. every founder 11. 18. tlie Lord hath given me *. of it 51. 17. every man is brutish by his k. evfvy founder

    Van. 1. 4. children well favoured and cunning in *. 17. God gave them k. \\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\ 2. 21. he giveth >!•. to them

    5. 12. excellent spirit and k. were found in Daniel 12. 4. many run to and fro, and *. shall be increased

    Hos. 4. 6. my people are destroyed tor lack of*, be- cause thou'liast rejected k. I will reject thee Hah. 2. 14. the earth filled with the k. of the Lord Mai. 2. 7. for the priest's lips should keep k. Mat. 14. 35. the men of that place had k. of him Luke 1. 77. to give *. of salvat. by remission of sins

    11. 52. ye have taken away the key of*. Acts 4. 13. they marvelled and took *. of them

    24. 22. having more perfect k. of that way Rom. 1. 28. dill not like to retain Goii in their *.

    2. 20. which hast the form of *. and of trutli

    3. 20. no Hesh justified, for by law is the *. of sin 10. 2. they have a zeal, but not according to *. 15. 14. that ye also are filled with all *. able to

    1 Cor. 1. 5. are enriched in all utterance and all *. 8. 1. we know that we all have *. *. puffeth up

    7. howbeit there is not in every man that *.

    10. if any man see thee which hast *. sit at meat

    11. through thy *. shall thy weak brother perish

    12. 8. to another the word of *. by the same Spirit

    13. 2. though understand all mysteries and all *.

    8. whether there be *. it shall vanish away

    14. 6. except 1 speak to you by revelation or *.

    S Cor. 2. 14. maketh manifest the savour of his *. 4. 6. to give the light of the *. of the glory of Go

    6. 6. by pureness, by *. by long-suffering, by kind. 8. 7- as ye abound in faith, utterance, and *.

    11. 6. though I be rude in speech, yet not in k. £ph. 1. 17. may give you wisdom in the *. of him 3. 4. when ye read, ye may understand my *.

    19. the love of Christ which passeth *.

    4. 13. till we come in the unity of the *. of the Son

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    Phil. 1. 9. that your love may abound more in *. 3. 8. 1 count all things but loss for the *. of t'hrist Col. 1. 9. that ye mi^ht be filled with the *. of his will

    2. 3. in whon; are hid the treasures of wisd. and k.

    3. 10. put on the new man which is renewed in *.

    1 Tim. 2. 4. all men to come to the *. of the truth

    2 1'im. 3. 7. never able to come to the *. of the truth Hei. 10. 26. if we sin after we have receiv ed tlie *. Jam. 3. 13. who is a wise man, and endued with *. ?

    1 Pe<.3.7.husbandsdwell with them according to *.

    2 Pet. 1. 3. thro' the *. of him that hath called us 5. add to virtue *. and to *. temperance

    8. nor unfruitful in the *. of our Lord.Ies. Christ 3. 18. grow in giace and in the *. of our Lord Jesus

    KNOWLEDGE of God. Prov. 2. 5. then shalt thou find the *. of God Hits. 4. 1. there is no truth, nor*, of Gnrfin the land 6. 6. desired the *. ofOodmore than bumtotferings Rom. 11. 33. the riches both of wisdom, and *. ofG.

    1 Cor. 15. 34. for some have not the *. of God

    2 Cor. 10. 5. high thing exalteth itself agamst *. ofG. Col. 1. 10. and increasing in the *. ofGud

    2 Pet. 1. 2. peace be multiplied, thro' the *. of Cod

    K N O W LE DG E «/• the Lord. 2 Chron. .30. 22. that taught the good *. of the Lord Isa. 11.9. the earth shall be full of the *. of the Lord 2 Pet. 2. 20. escaped pollutions thro' the k. of the L.

    No KNOWLEDGE. Deiit. 1. 39. your childr. which in that day had no k. Psal. 14. 4. have the workers of iniquity no k. 53. 4. La. 5. 13. gone into captiv. because they have jm> *.

    45. 20. they have no k. that set up their images

    58. 3. we afflicted our soul, and thou takest tio i. Jer. 4. 22. but to do good, they have no k.

    IVithovt KNOWLEDGE. Nvm. 15. 24. committed 7cithout k.of the congregat. Joh 34. .;5. .lob hath spoken nithmit k. and wisdom

    .35. 16. he multiplieth words aithmit k.

    .36. 12. shall perish by sword, ■AnAAXeviithovtk.

    .38. 2. darkeneth counsel by words :.^ithout k. 42. 3. Prov. 19. 2. it is not good that the soul be without k.

    J\\\\\\\\NOWN. Gen. 24. 16. was a virgin, nor had any man *. her Ezod. 2. 14. Mose5said, surely this tlimg is *.

    21. .36. if it be *. that the ox hath used to push .33. 16. for wherein shall it be*, here that I and

    JyCv. 4. 14. when the sin they have sinned is *. 5. 1. is a witness whether he hath seen or *. of it Num. 31. 17. kill every woman that hath *. man Deut. 1. 13. take wise men, and *. amon? tribes, 15. 21. 1. and it be not *. who hath slain him Josh. 24. 31. and which had *.the works of the Ld. 1 Sam. 6. 3. and it shall be *. to you why his hand 1 Kings 18. 36. let it be *. that thou art God in Isr. Ezra 4. 12. be it *. to the king, 13. 1 5. 8. Neh. 4. 15. when enemies heard that it was *. to us E^th. 2. 22. the thing was *. to Monlecai who told it Psal. 9. 16. the Lord is *. by the judgment which 31. 7- thou hast *. my soul in adversities 48. 3. God is *. in her palaces for a refuge 67. 2. that thy way may t>e *. on earth, thy health 69. 19. thou hast *. my reproach and my shame

    76. 1. in .ludah is God *. his name is great in Isr.

    77. 19. thy way in the sea, thy footsteiJS are not *.

    78. 3. sayings of old, which we have heard and *.

    79. 10. let him be *. among the heath, in our sight 88. 12. shall thy wonders be *. in the dark .'

    91. 14. set him on high, because he hath *. my name 119. 79. those that have *. thy testimonies 152. 1 have *. of old thou hast found, them forever 139. 1. O Lord, thou hast searched me, and *. me

    Prov. 10. 9- but he tliat pervert, his ways shall be *. 12. 16. a fool's wrath is presently *. but a prudent 20. 11. a child is*, by his doings whether his work 31. 23. her husband is *. in the gates, when he sitt.

    Eccl. 5. 3. a fool's voice is *. by multitude of words 0. 10. and it is *. that it is man, nor may contend

    Lsa. 12. 5. excellent things, this is*, in all the earth 19. 21. and the Lord shall be *. to Egypt

    ' 61. 9. their seed shall be *. among the Gentiles

    66. 14. hand of the Lord shall be *. to his servants Jer. 5. 5. for they have *. the way of the Lord

    28. 9. then shall prophet be *. tlie Lord sent him Ezek. 36. 32. saith the Lord God, be it *. to you. Acts 4. 10. 1 13. 38. I 28. 28.

    .38. 23. I will be *. in the eyes of many nations Van. 3. 18. but if not, be it *. to thee, O king

    4. 26. after thou shalt have *. the heavens rule AmosS.^. you only have I *.ofall families of earth iCech. 14. 7- a day which shall be *. to the \\\\\\\\x>Td Mat. 12. 7- but if ye had *. what this meant 33. the tree is *. by his fruit, Luke 6. 44.

    24. 43. if the good man of house had *. Luke 12. .39. XK*e7. 39. if he were a prophet, he would have *.

    19. 42. saying, if thou hadst *. in this thy day

    24. ;i5. how he was *. of them in breaking of bread JohnT. 4. he himself seeketh to be *. openly

    8. 19. nor know me nor my Father, if ye had *. me ye should have *. my I'atlier also, 14. 7.

    10. 14. Iltnow my sheep, and am *. of mine 17. 7. now they have *. |l 8. and have *. surely

    25. I have *. thee, these have *. that thou sent me

    18. 15. that disciple which was*, to high-priest, 16. Acts 1. 19. and it was *. to all dwellers at .lerus.

    2. 14. be this*, untoyou, and hearken to my words 9. 24. but tlieir laying await was *. of .Saul 42. it was *. tliroughoutall .loppamany believed 15. 18. *. unto Gal are all his works from beginu. 19. 17. this was *. to all the .lews and Greeks

    22. 30. he would have *. the certainty, 23. 28. Rom. 1. 19. beCHUse that which may be *. of God

    11. 34. who hath*, the mind of ]jor<\\\\\\\\, 1 C(.r.2. 16.

    1 Cor. 2.8. forbad they *. itH 8. 3. same is *. of him

    13. 12. then shall 1 know, even as I also am *.

    14. 7. how shall it be *. what is piped or harped

    9. how shall it be *. what is spoken r

    2 Cor. 3. 2. are our epistle *. and read of all men 5. 16. though we have *. Christ after the flesh 6.9. as unknown and yet well *. as dying and

    Gat. 4. 9. after ye have *. (io

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    2 Ttm. 3. 10. thou hast fully *. my doctrine

    15. from a child thou hast *. tlie holy scriptures 4. 17. that by nie the preaching might be tully *.

    1 John^l. 13. I write, because ye have *. him, 14. 4. 16. we have *. and believed the love God hatli

    2 John I. 1. and all them that have *. the truth

    Jliarfe or marf^.-r KNOWN. Gen. 45. 1. while Joseph made himself*, to brethren A«/i. 9. 14. and modest t. to them thy holy sabbath Psal. 98. 2. the Ijjrd hath made k. his salvation 103. 7. he made k. his ways to Moses, his acts Prov. 14. 33. that which is in the midst of fools is m.*. 22. 19. I have made k. to thee this day .even to thee Ezek. 20. 5. and made myself*, to them, 9. Dan. 2. 15. then Arioch maile the thing *. to Daniel 17. Daniel ?nade the thing*, to Hananiah 23. hast ma. k. to me, ma. *. to us the kinsr's matter t 28. a God in heaven hath made k. to tlie king 45. the great God hath made k. to the king Hos.o.9.riiLve I tnade k. that which shall surely be Luke 2. 15. which the Lord hath j/iade k. to us

    17. had seen it, they made k. abroad the saying John 15. 15. all that 1 heard, 1 have tnade k. to you Acts 2. 28. thou hast made k. to me the ways of life 7. 13. at the second time Joseph was made k. to his breth. and Joseph's kindred made k. to Pharaoh Rom. 16. 26. m. k. to all nations for obedience of f. Eph. 1. 9. having m. k. to us the mystery of his will

    3. 3. how by revelation he »«. *. to me the mystery Phil. 4. 6. let your requests be made k. to God

    2 Pet. 1. 16. when we ma. k. the coming of our Ld.

    Make KNOWN. Num. 12. 6. 1 will make myself *. to him in a vision 1 .S'am.28.15. thou mayest m. k. to me what 1 shall do-

    1 Chr. 16. 8. m. k. hisdeeds among people, Ps. 105. 1 . 17- 19. iu making k. all these great things

    Psal. 78. 5. that they should make them *.

    89. 1. with my mouth will I make k. thy faithfuln.

    106. 8. that he might viake k. his miglity power

    145. 12. to make k. to sons of men his mighty acts- Vrov. 1. 23. I will make k. my words to you Isa. 38. 19. the father to children shall m. k. thy trutl*

    64. 2. to make thy name *. to thy adversaries Ezek. 35. 11. I will make myselt*. among them

    39. 7. so will 1 make my holy name *. in Israel Dan, 2. 25. found a man that will make k. to tlie kiu^ 26. art thou able to make k. to me the dream ? 28. but the Ixird maketh k. to the king, 29.

    30. shall make k. the interpretation, 5. 15, 16, 17. Hab. 3. 2. Lord, in the midst of the years make *» Rom. 9. 22. God willing to make his power *.

    23. that he might make k. the riches of his glory Eph. 6. 19. to make k. tlie mystery of the gospel

    21. I'ychicus shall make k. to you all things Col. 1. 27. to whom G. will m. k. what is the riches 4. 9. they shall make k. to you all things done here-

    Not KNOWN. Gen. 19.8. I have two daughters which have iwt k. man, Num.'SX. 18, 35. Judg.^X.Xi.

    41. 21. it could not be *. they had eaten them

    31. and the plenty shall not be *. in the land Exod. 6. 3. by my name jEHOV.tH was 1 not k. Deut. 11. 2. with children whicn have not k. 31. 13.

    28. to go after gods which ye have not k. 13. 6, 13. 28. 36. neither thou rwr thy fathei-s have *. 64. Judg. 3. 1 . as many as had jiot *. the wars of Canaan. 16. 9. brake the withs, so his strength was not k. Ruth 3. 3. but make tu>t thyself *. to the man 14. let it not be *. that a woman came in

    2 Sam. 17. 19. spread com, and the thing was n«/ *.

    1 Kings 14. 2. be 7iot k. to be the wife ot Jeroboam Ps. 18. 43. people whom 1 have not k. shall serve me

    77. 19. way is in the sea, and thy footsteps are «o<*.

    79. 6. pour wrath on heathen that have not k. thee

    95. 10. and they have 7u>t k. my ways, Heb. 3. 10.

    147. 20. thy judgments, they have not k. them Eccl. 6. 5. he hath' not seen the sun, ju>r k. any thins Isa. 40. 21. have ye not k. ? \\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\ 28. hast thou not k.f

    42. 16. lead them in paths that they haven«< *. 44. 18. they have not k. nor understood, he hath shut 45. 4. 1 sumamed thee, tho' thou hast rut k. me, 5.

    Jer. 4. 22. my people is foolish, they have not k. nie Ezek. .32. 9. into countries which thou hast not k. Dan. 2. 5. if ye will iwt make *. the dream, 9.

    4. 7. they did n9< make *. tome interpretation, 5. 8. Hos. 5. 4. and they have not k. the I.ord

    Nah. 3. 17. their place is Twt k. where they are Mat. 10. 26. fear them not, for there is nothinsrhid that shall n>t be *. Luke 8. 17. 1 12. 2. 12. 16. they should yiot make him *. Mark 3. 12. Luke 24. 18. a stransrer, and hast not k. these things- John 8. 55. yet ye have not k. him, but I know him 14.9. so long tinie, and yet hast thou n. *. me, Philip 16. 3. because they have not k. the Father nor me 17. 25. O righteous I'ath. the world hath «. *. thee Rom. 3. 17. the way of peace have they not k. 7. 7. 1 had not k. sm but by the law, I had n. *. lust Eph. 3. 5. which in other ages was rwt made *.

    2 Pet. 2. 21. been better not k. w ay of righteousness 1 John 3. 6. the sinner hath not seen nor k. him Rev. 2. 24. which have not k. the depths of Satan, .

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    LABOUR

    Signifies, [1] Diligent care and pains, Prov. 14. 2S. Eccl. 1. 3. [2] The increase and fruit of labour^ Exod. 23. 16. Eccl. 2. 10. (31 The pangs of a wo- man in childbirth. Gen. 35. 16, 17. [4] The work done or performed by labour, Eccl. 2. 11. [5] Alt evils both of sin and misery, particularly those of persecution, Hev. 14. 13. [6] ''<> endeavour ear- nestly, lsa 22 4. Heb. 4. 11. [7] To journey or travel, ^osM. 1 . %. 18] To perform christian o^ces, Kom. 16. 6. [9] Ihligently and carefully to dis- charge pastoral duties, 1 lim. 5. 17- LA BOU K , Substantive.

    Gen. 31. 42. Oo

    .35. 16. Rachel travailed and had hard /. 17.

    I>eus. 26. 7. the lx>rd heard, and looked on our I.

    Neh. 5. 13. so God shake out every man from his A. 267

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    Jiih 5. * 7. yet man is bom to /. as sparks fly upward 39. 11. or wilt tliou leave tliy /. to liiiii 16. her /. is in vain witiiout tear

    Psal. 7.'i. + Ifi. to know, it was /. in mine eyes 7B. 46. he gave their /. to the locust

    104. C.S. man goeth to his I. till the evenins;

    105. 44. they inherited the /. of the people IVfJ. 12. he broufiht

    128. 2. thou Shalt eat the /. of thy hands Prov. 10. IC. the /. of the righteous tendeth to life

    13. 11. lie that gathereth hy /. shall increase

    14. 2.'J. in all /. there is profit, but the talk of lips Eccl. 1. 3. what prolit hath a man of all his /.

    8. all things are full of /. man cannot utter it 2. 10. rejoiced in all my /. my (Kirtion of all my /.

    18. yea, 1 hated all my /. which 1 had taken

    19. yet shall he have rule over all my /.

    •SO. to cause my heart to despair of the /. I took

    21. for there is a man whose /. is in wisdom

    22. what hath man of all his /. under the sun ? 24. make his soul enjoy good in /. 3. 13. 1 5. 18.

    4.8. yet there is no end of all his/, nor eye satisfied

    9. because they have a pood reward tor their /. 5. 15. nothing of his /. which he may carry away

    19. to rejoice in his /. this is the gift of CJod 6. 7. all the /. of man is for his mouth, and yet

    8. 15. fur that shall abide with him of his /.

    9. 9. that is thy portion in thy /. under the sun

    10. 15. the I. of the foolish wearieth every one Ji«.45. 14. the /. of F'.gypt shall come over to thee

    55. 2. why spend your /. for that which satisfi. not f Jer. 3. 24. shame devoured the /. of our fathers

    20. 18. wherefore caine 1 out of the womb to see /. l:zek. 23. 29. they shall take away all thy /.

    29. 20. 1 have given him the land of Egypt for his /. tlah. 3. 17. though the /. of the olive should fail Hag. 1. 11. a drought on all the /. of the hands John 4. .38. to reap that whereon je bestowed no /. Horn. 16. 6. greet Alary, who bestowed much /. on us 1 Cor. 3. 8. every man shall receive accord, to his /.

    15. 58. you know that your /. is not in vain 0<7/.4.U.l am afraid of you, lest I bestowed /.in vain Phil. 1. 22. if 1 live in the flesh, this is fruit of my /.

    C. 25. Epaphroditus, my companion in /. brother

    1 7'Aej\\\\\\\\f. 1.3.remembering your /!oflove,and patience

    2. 9. for ye remember, brethren, our /. and travail 3.6. tempter have tempted you, an

    2 7'/i«,i.r. 3. 8. but wrought with /. and travail night Meb. 6. 10. not unrighteous to forget your /. of love Met. 2. 2. 1 know thv wi rks, and /. and patience

    LABOUR, Verb. Etod. 5. 9. more work, that ttiey may /. therein " .20. 9. six days shalt thou /. Devt. 5. 1.3. Jim/i. 7.3. make not all the people to /. thither

    24. 13. given you a land, for which he (li

    '»< 9. 29. if I be wicked, why then /. I in vain ! Psal. 127. 1. except tlie Lord build they /. in vain

    144. 14. that our oxen may be strong to /. Prov. 21. 25. the slothful, fiis hands refuse to /.

    23. 4. /. not to be rich, cease from thv own wisdom Eccl. 4. 8. nor saith lie, for whom do 1 I.?

    8.17- because tho' a man/, to seek it out, not find it /.««. 22. 4. I will weep bitterly, /. not to comfort me

    65. 23. they shall not /. in vain, nor bring forth Jer. 51. 58. and the people shall /. in vain Earn. 5.5. under persecution we /. ami have no re.st -M«V. 4. 10. be in pain, and /. to bring forth, () /ion IlaS.Q. 13. that the people should /. in the fire Mar. 11. 28. come to me all ye that/, and are laden Jo/m 6. 27. /. not tor the meat that perisheth Jiom. 16. 12. and Tryphosa, who /. in the Lord 1 Cor. 4. 12. and /. working with our own hands S Cor. 5. S wherefore we /. to be accepted of him JipA. 4. 28. but rather /. working with his hands CW. 1. 29. w hereunto 1 also /. striving according to 1 Jiess. 5. 12. to know them which /. among you 1 Ttm. 4. 10. therefore we both /. and suffer reproach

    5. 17. especially they that /. in w ord and doctrine Jded. 4. 11. let us /. therefore to enter into that rest

    LABOUJU'.D. Nell. 4. 21. so we /. m the work, and held the spears Jiii20. 18. that which he /. for, shall he restore Eccl. 2. 11. 1 looked on the labour 1 had /. to do 19. have rule overall my labour wherein I have /.

    21. yet to a man that hath not /. therein

    22. ot the vexation of his heart wherein he hath /. 5. 16. what profit hath he that hath /. for the wind '

    Jta. 47. 12. with thy sorceries w herein thou hast /. 15. shall they be to thee with whom thou hast /. 49. 4. 1 said, 1 have /. in vain, spent my strength 02. 8. stranger not drink, for w hicli thou hast /. l)an. 6. 14. then the king /. to deliver Daniel Jimah 4. 10. the gourd for w hich thou hast not /. John 4. 38. other men /. and ye are entered into their Horn. 16. 12. salute Persis, w ho /. much in the Lord 1 CW. 15. 10. but 1 /. more abundantly than they all Phtl. 2. 16. that 1 have not run nor /. in vain 4. 3. help those that /. with me in the gospel Kev. 2. 3. hast borne, and for my name's sake /.

    LABOUR F.K. Luke 10. 7. for the /. is worthy of his hire 1 Tim. 5. 18. the /. is worthy of his reward

    LABOURERS. Mat. 9. 37. harvest plenteous, but /. few, Lvke 10. 2. 38. pray the Lord that he will send /. Lnke 10. 2. 20. 1. went out early to hire /. into his vineyard 2. when he had agreed with the /. |1 8. call the /. 1 Cor. 3. 9. for we are /. together w ith Go

    LABOURETfL Prov. 16. 26. he that /. /. for himself Eccl. 3. 9. what profit in that wherein he A T t Cor. 16. 16. submit toevery one that helpeth and /. U lim. 2. 6. the husbandman that /. must be first

    LAB0UK1>;0. E-ccl. 5. 12. the sleep of a /. man is sweet .^cls 20. 35. so /. ye ought to support the weak Co/. 4. 12. always /. for you in prayer, that 1 i.hess. 2. 9. /. night and day we preached t( 268

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    LABOUR.S. Kxod. 23. 16. the first-fruits of thy /. when thou hast gathered in thy /. out of the field Ihul. 28. 33. and all thy /. shall a nation eat up I'rov. 5. 10. ami thy /. be in the house of a stranger ha. 58. .3. in day of your fast you exact all your /. .ler. 20. 5. 1 will deliver all their/, to their enemies Has. 12. 8. in my /. shall they find no iniquity in me Hnff. 2. 17. ' smote you in all the /. of your hands Jtrtin 4. .38. and ye are entered into their /. 2 Cor. 6. 5. in tumults, in /, in watchings, in fastings

    10. 15. not boasting of other men's /.

    11. 23. in /. moreabund. in stripes above measure liev. 14. 13. that tbey may rest from their /.

    LACE. Eiod. 28.28. shall bind the breastplate with /. of blue .37. and thou shalt put it on a blue /. 39. 31. and they tied to it a /. of blue to fasten it

    LACK, imhstaniire. (let!. 18. 28. wilt thou destroy all for /. of five ? Exod. 16. 18. that gathered little had no /. 2 tur.8.15. Jni 4. 11. the old lion perisheth for /. of i)rey 38. 41. when his young ones wander for /. of meat Has. 4. 6. my peo. are destroyed for /. of knowledge Phtl. 2. 30. his life to supply your /. of service

    1 Thess. 4. 12. an

    LACK, Verb. Gen. 18. 28. if there shall /. five of the fifty Veut. 8. 9. thou shalt not /. any thing in it Psal. .34. 10. the young lions do /. and suffer hunger Prov. 28. 27. that giveth to the poor shall not /. Feci. 9. 8. and let thy head /. no ointment Mat. 19. 20. these things have 1 kept, what /. T yet r Jam. 1. 5. if any ofyou /. wisdom, lethim ask of Ood

    LACKED. Deiit. 2. 7. Ld. been with thee, thou hast /. nothing

    2 Ham. 2. .30. there /. of David's serv. nineteen men 1 Kings 4. 27. officers provided victual, they /. noth.

    11. 22. but what hast thou /.with me?

    Neh. 9. 21. thou didst sustain them, they /. nothing Lvke 8. 6. it withered away, because it/, moisture 22. X>. 1 sent you without purse, /. ye any thing .' Acts 4. 34. nor was there any among them that /.

    1 Cor. 12. 24. given more honour to that part which /. Phil. 4. 10. ye were careful, but /. opportunity

    LAt:KE.ST. Mark 10. 21. but one thing thou /. Luke 18. 22.

    LACKEIH. Kiim. 31. 49. and thcie /. not one man of us

    2 Ham. 3. 29. let there not fail one that /. bread Prov. 6. .32. committeth adultery, /. understanding

    12. y. than he that honoureth himself, and /. bread 2 Pel. 1. 9. but he that /. these things is blind

    LACKINt!. Lev. 2. 13. nor shalt thou suffer salt to be /. 22. 23. not offer a lamb that hath any thing /. Judg. 21.3. that there should be one tribe/, in Israel 1 Ham. .30. 19. ami there was nothing /. to them Jer. 23. 4. they shall fear no more, nor shall be /.

    1 Cor. 16. 17. for that which was /. they supplied

    2 Cor. 11.9. what was/, tome the brethren supplied 1 'J'hess. 3. 10. might perfect w hat is /. in your faith

    1.AD, S,

    Signifies, A hoy. or one yming in years. Gen. 21. 12, 17. It is applied, [1] 'lo o«e who was seven- teen years old, (Jen. .37. 2. [2] 'lo a married man, Gen. 43. 8. compared with 46. 21. [3] To a servant, 1 Sam. 20. .36.

    Gen. 21. 12. let it not be grievous because of the /.

    17. and God heard the voice of the /.

    18. arise, lift up the /. || 19. she gave the /. drink 20. God was with the /. and he grew and dwelt

    22. 5. I and the /. will go yonder and worship

    12. he said, lay not thine hand upon the /. .37. 2. the /. was with the sons of Hilhah

    43. 8. semi the /. with me, and we will arise and go

    44. 22. we said, the /. cannot le.ive his father

    30. my father, and the /. be not with us, 31, .34. his life is bound up in the /. life 32. thy servant became surety for the /. .33. allide instead of the /. let the /. go up 48. 16. the Angel who redeemed me, bless the /. Judg. 16. 26. Samson said lo the /. that held him

    1 ^«m. 20. 21. and behold I will send a /. saying, go

    36. .lonathan said to the /. run, as the /. ran

    37. .lonathan cried after the /. make speed, .38.

    39. but the /. knew not any thing, only David

    40. Jonathan gave his artillery to his /.

    2 Sam. 17. 18. a /. saw them and told Absalom John 6. 9. there is a /. here hath five bailey loaves

    LADDER. Gen. 28. 12. Jacob dreamed, and behold a /. set up

    LADE Signifies, [1] To lay on a hurden, "Neh. 4. 17. I

    13. 15. [2] To oppress, 1 Kings 12. 11. [3] 'Jo impose the performance of unnecessary traditions, or strict injunctitms, over and above what the law requires, l.uke 11. 46. [4] To be burdened not with the sense, but rrith the guilt and bond- age, of sin, Isa. 1. 4. [5] To be sensible of and mour?t under the burden of sin. Mat. 11. 28.

    I hat ladeth himself with thick clay. Hah. 2. 6. that burdens and defiles himself wtth amassed treasures, go/ten by extortion and oppression. Gen. 45. 17- /.your beasts and goto land of Canaan I^v. 22. + 16. /. themselves with the iniquity 1 Kings 12. 11. my father did /. you with a yoke Luke 11. 46. for ye /. men w ith grievous burdens

    LADED. Gen. 42. 26. they /. their asses with the com, 44. 13. Neh. 4. 17. those that /. wrou"ht in the work Acts 28. 10. they /. us with suc-h things as necessary

    LADEN. Gen. 45.23. sent ten asses /. w ith good things of Egypt

    1 Sam. 16. 20. .lesse took an ass /. with bread Jsa. 1. 4. a people /. w ith iniquity , seed of evil doei"s Mat. 1 1 . 28. come, all ye that labour and are heavy /.

    2 'Tim. 3. 6. silly women, /. with sins, led away w ith

    LADETH. Hab. 2. 6. woe to him that /. himself with thick clay

    LADING. Neh. 13. 15. 1 saw some on the sabbath /. asses

    LAM

    LADING. Acts 27. 10. much damage not only of/, and shif

    LADY. Isa. 47. 5. shall no more be called a/, of kingdoms

    7. and thou saidst, I shall l>e a /. for ever

    2 John 1. the eliler to the elect /. and her children 5. now I beseech, thee, /. that we love one another LADIES. Judg. 5.29. wise /. answered her, yea, she returned Esth. 1. 18. likewise shall /. of Persia and Media say LAID, see after Lay. LAKE Signifies, [1] A large place full of water encompass- ed with land, Luke 5. 1, 2. [2] Jlell, Rev. ly. 20. 1 20. 10. Luke 5. 1. Jesus stood by the /. of Gennesaret 2. an

    8. 22. let us go over to the other side of the /. 23. there came down a stonn of w ind on the .'. 33. herd ran violently down a steep place into /.

    liev. 19. 20. these both were cast into a /. of fire 20. 10. devil was cast into /. of fire and brimstone

    14. death and hell were cast into the /. of fire

    15. was not found in the book of life, cast into /. 21. 8. murderers have their part in the /. burnelh

    LAMB

    Signifies, A sheep under a year old, of a meek, gentle, and tractable nature, which is useful for food and clothing, and under the la-u' was used for sacrifice, particularly in the passover, Gen. 21. 28. Exod. 12. 3, 5. Prov. 27. 26. To which are compared, [1] Christ Jesus, who was typified hy tlie lamb in the passover, and became a sacrifice for sin, John 1. 29. Rev. 5. 6, 8. [2] All true christians, who are humble, meek, aiid tractable, Isa. 11.6. John 21. 15. [3] An innocent, itioffen- stve, and harmless teacher, who had done nothing to merit the cruelty and barbarity of his enemies, and was as ignorant of their inhuman devices against him, as a lamb is of the design of such as lead it to the slaughter, Jer. 11. 19. [4j A man's wife, 2 Sam. 12. 3, 4. [5] Antichrist, who by his pardons and indulgences presumptuously ass~itmes the power and prerogative of Christ Jesus the Lamb ifGtd, Rev. 13. 11.

    Gen. 22. 7. but w here is the /. for a burnt-offering .'

    8. my son, God will provide himself a /. Exod. 12. 3. they shall falte to them every man a /. 21.

    5. your /. shall be without blemish, a male

    13. 13. an ass shalt thou redeem with a/. 34. 20.

    29. .'19. one /. thou shalt offer in the morning, and

    the other /. shalt offer at evening, 41. Num. 28. 4.

    40. with a /. a tenth deal of flour mingled. Num.

    28. 21, 29. I 29. 4, 10, 15.

    Lev. 3. 7. if he offer i /. 4. 32. 1 5. 6. I 22. 23. | 23. 12.

    4. 35. he shall take away the fat, as the fat of a /.

    5. 7. if he be not able to bring a /. 12. 8.

    9. 3. take a /. of the first year without blemish,

    14.10. Num.6. 12.17. 15,21. 14. 12. the priest shall take the /. and offer him

    13. slay the /. 25. || 24. /. of trespassottering 17. 3. that killetli an ox, or a /. or goat in the camp 23. 12. shall offer a /. without blemish A«»i. 6.14. he shallofter one he-/.of first year for a

    burnt-offering, ewe-/, of first year for a sin-of)er.

    15. 5. shalt prepare with the sacrifice for one /.

    11. thus done for one /. 28. 7, 13, 14. Ezek. 46. 15.

    1 Sam.l. 9. Sanmel offered a sucking /. to the Lord 17. .'H. there came a lion and bear and took a /.

    2 Sam. 12. 4. took the poor man's /. and dressed it

    6. and he shall restore the /. fourfold

    La. 11. 6. the wolf also shall dwell with the /.

    16. 1. send ye the /. to the ruler of the land 5.3.7. was brought as /. to the slaughter, Jer. 11. 19.

    65. 25. the wolf and the /. shall feed together

    66. 3. that sacrificeth a /. as if he cutoff dog's neck Exek. 45. 15. one /. out of flock for a peace-offering

    46. 13. a /. of the first year thou shalt prepare IJos. 4. 16. Ld. will feed them as /. in a large place John 1. 29. behold /. of God that takes away sin, 36. Acts 8. .32. like a /. dumb before the shearer 1 Pet. 1. 19. as of a /. without blemish and spot Eev. 5. 6. in the midst of the elders stood a /. slain

    8. the four beasts fell down before the /.

    12. saying, worthy is the /. that was slain

    13. honour, glory, and iiower, be to the /. for ever

    6. 1. I saw when the /. opened one of the seals

    16. and hide us from the wrath of the /. that sits

    7. 9. a great multitude stood before /. clothed

    10. saying, salvation to our God and to the /.

    14. and made thun white in the blood of the /.

    17. forthe /. shall feed and lead them to fountains 12. 11. they overcame him by the blood of the /. 13.8. the /. slain from the foundation of the world

    11. he had two horns like a /. and spake as dragon 14.1. 1 looked, and lo, a/, stood on the mount Sion

    4. these are they that follow the /. whithersoever 10. tormented in the presence of angels and the /. 15. 3. they sing the song of Moses anrfsong of the A

    17. 14. war with the /. and the /. shall overcome 19.7- for the marriage of the /. is come, and his wife

    9. that are called to the marriage-supiier of the /. 21. 9. I will shew thee the bride, the /. wife

    14. the names of the twelve apostles of the /.

    22. God Almighty and the /. are the temple of it

    23. God did lighten it, and the /. is light thereof 27. but they who are written in the /."book of life

    22. 1 . proceeding out of throne of God and of /. 3.

    LAMBS. Gen. .30. 40. and Jacob did separate the /. .33. + 19. Jacob bought it for 1(X) /. Jo.th. 24. + .32. Num. 7-87. rams twelve, /. of the first year twelve 88. sixty /. II 29. 13. fourteen /. 17, 20, 23. 29. 18. drinkoft'erings for the bull(Kks, /. and rams Veut. 32. 14. milk of sheep, with fat of /. and rams

    1 Sam. 15. 9. but Saul spared the best of the /.

    2 Kings 3. 4. Moab rendered to Israel 100,0(0 /.

    1 Chron. 29. 21 . they offered to the L. a thousand /.

    2 Chron. 29. 22. prie.sts killed /. and sprinkled blood 32. the number of bumt-offerings two hundred i,

    35. 7. Josiah gave to the people /. and kids Ezra 7. 17. that thou mayest buy speedily /.

    I

    LAM

    Psal. 37. 20. the wicked shall be as the fat of A 114.4. raountuins skipped, little hills skipped like /. 6. ye little hills that skipped like /. Proi:. 27. 26. /. are for thy clothing, and goafs Isa. 1. 11 . I delight not in the blood of /. or goats 5. 17. tlien shall the /. feed after their manner

    34. 6. the sword of the Lord filled with blood of/.

    40. 11. he shall gather the /. with his arm, cairy Jer. 51. 40. 1 will bring them like /. to slaughter Jizet. 27. 21. Arabia occupied with thee in 7.

    39. 18. ye shall drink the blood of /. and rams 46. 4. in the sabbatli six /. || 6. in new moons six /. 5. and meat-oftering for the /. as able to give, 7. Amos 6. 4. and eat the /. out of the flock, and calves I.vke 10. 3. 1 send you forth as /. among wolves Jo/i)i 21. 15. Jesus saith to Peter, feed my /.

    Hie LAMBS. Kum.7. n. fire I. of the first year, 23,29, 35,41,47.

    Seven LA -MBS. Gen. 21. 28. Abraham set .tcrewewe-/. by themselves

    29. what mean these set en ewe /. set by themselves

    30. these seieti ewe/, tliou shalttake of my hand X«c. 23. 18. ye shall offer with the bread seren I. Num. 28. 11. ye shall offer seven /. of the first year

    witliout spot, 19. 27. 1 29. 2, 8, 36.

    21. a tenth deal throughout seven I. 29. 1 29. 4, 10.

    2 Chr. 29. 21. they brought seven I. for a sin-offer.

    Tao LA JIBS. Exod. 29. .38. tao I. of the first year offer, JVwct . 28. 3. Xer. 14. 10. on the eighth day he shall take two I. 23. 19. then ye shall sacrifice lao I. of the first year Num. 28. 9. and on the sabbath tuo I. of the first year

    LAME Signifies. One that is maimed or enfeebled in his limbs, Prov. 26. 7. And is taken, (1.) Corporally, and that either by accident or birth, 2 Sam. 4. 4. Acts 3.2. (II.) Figuratively, [1] For idols, 2 Sam. 5. 6. [2] The ueaiest or meanest, Isa. 33. 23. (III.) Spiritually, for siich as are halting in their minds betiieen tao opinions, 11 eb. 12. 13. Lev. 21. 18. a blind or /. man shall not approach Veut. 15. 21. if it be /. thou shaltnot sacrifice it 2 iiam. 4. 4. Jonath. had a son /. of his feet, 9. 3, 13. 5. 6. except thou take away the blind and the /. 8. whosoever smiteth the /. and the blmd 19. 26. that I may ride, because thy servant is /. Job 29. 15. 1 was eyes to the blind, feet to the /. Prov. 26. 7- the legs of the /. are not equal, so is Isa. 33. 23. then is prey divided, the /. take the prey

    35. 6. tlien shall the /. man leap as an hart Jer. 31. 8. bring with them the blind and the /. Mai. 1.8. if ye offer the /. for sacrifice, is it not evil >

    13. and ye brought that which was torn and /. Mat. 11. 5. the /. walk, 15. 31. | 21. 14. Lnie 7. 22. Luke 14. 13. call the poor, the /. and the blind Acts 3. 2. a certain man, /. from womb, was carried

    11. and as the /. man held Peter and John 8. 7. many with palsies and that were /. were healed Jleb. 12. 13. lest the /. be turned out of the way

    LAMENT. Judg. 11. 40. the daughters of Israel went yearly to /. Isn. 3. 26. and her gates shall /. and mourn 19. 8. the fishers also shall mourn and /.

    32. 12. they shall /. tor the teats and pleasant fields Jer, 4. 8. tor this /. and howl , for the anser of Lord

    16. 5. neither go to /. nor bemoan them, 6. 22. 18. they shall not /. for him, sayinz, ah. Lord .34. 5. they will /. thee, saying, ah, Loid 49. 3. ye daughtei-s of Kabbah, /. and run

    I^m. 2. 8. he made the rampart and the wall fo /.

    £:e*. 27. 32. they shall /. overt yrus, saying, what 32. 16. the daughters of the nations shall 1. her

    Joel 1.8. /. like a virgin girded with sackcloth

    13. gird yourselves, and /. yc priests, howl Mic. 2. 4. /. with a doleful lamentation and song John 16. 20. verily 1 say, ye shall weep and /. Rev. 18. 9. the kings of the eaith shall /. Babylon

    LAMENTED.

    1 Sam. 6. 19. people /. because the Lord had smitten 7. 2. all the house of Israel /. after the Lord

    25. 1. aU the Israelites /. Samuel. 28. 3.

    2 Sam. 1. 17. David /. over Saul and Jonathan 3. .33. the king /. over Abner and said

    2 Chron. .35. 25. and Jerendah /. for Josiah Jer. 16. 4. they shall die and not be /. 25. 33. Mat. 11. 17. we mourned to you, but ye have not/. X«*e23. 27. and a great company of people /. Jesus

    LAMENTABLE. Dan. 6. 20. the king cried with a /. voice to David

    LAMENTATION Signifies, [1] Movminp, bemoayiing, and bcKailing, Jer. 31. 15. [2] Songs of lamentation, 2 Chron. 'io. 25. [3] .'Such dreadful judgments as would cause most bitter lamentation, Ezek. 2. 10. [4] 'J he title of a boot, the subject whereof is lamenta- tion, o Chron. 35.25. Gen. 50. 10. tliere they mourned with a sore /. 2 Sam. 1. 17. and David lamented with this /. Psal. 78. 64. and their widows made no /. Jer. 6. 26. wallow thyself m ashes, make bitter /. 7. 29. and take up a /. on the high places 9. 10. for the habitations of wilderness a /. 20. and teach every one her neighbour /. 31. 15. in Ramah /. and weeping. Mat. 2. 18. 48. 38. there shall be /. generally on the tops I^m. 2. 5. Lord hath increased mourning and /. Lzek. 19. 1. take thou uj> a /. for the princes

    14. this is a /. and shall be for a /.

    26. 17. they shall take up a /. forlyrus, 27. 2, 32. 28. 12. fake up a /. upon the king of 'lyrus 32. 2. son of man lake up a /. for Pharaoh, 16. Amos 5. 1. a /. against you, t) house of Israel 16. shall call such as are skilful of /. to wailing 8. 10. and I will turn all your songs into /. JWic 2. 4. and lament with a doleful /. Acts^. 2. and made great /. over Stephen

    LAMENTATION.s. 2 Chron. 35. 25. the singers spake of Josiah in their /. and behold, they are written in the /. i-zek. 2. 10. there was written tlierein /. mourning c- ., LAMP

    o.'gnifies, [1] A light made with oil in a proper

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    vessel, '. Sam. 3. 3. [2] A sincere profession of religion, floii'ing from an inward principle of holi- ness. Mat. 25. 4. [3] A form of godliness, without saving faith and true repentance. Mat. 25. 3. [4] A son, or successor, who preserves one ytame and memory from being extinguished and forgotten, 1 Kings 15. 4. Psal. 1.32. 17. [5] Uutward pros- perity, Prov. 13. 9. 1 20. 20. It is spoken, [1] Of God, who enlightetis, directs, and comforts his people, 2 Sam. 22. 29. [2] Of his word, which affords direction and coiiifort in all dimitt, diffi- culties, and distresses, Psal. 119. 105. Gen. 15. 17. a burning /. that passed between pieces Exod. 27. 20. to cause the /. to burn always l.SVrOT.3. 3. ere /. went out, .Samuel was laid fo sleep 2 Sam, 21 . 1 17. that tliou quench not the /. of I srael 22. 29. thou art my /. O Lord, Lord will lighten 1 Kings 11. + .36. David my sen-ant may have a /. 15. 4. for David's sake God gave him a /. in Jerus. Job 12. 5. is as a /. despised in the thought of him 18. t 6. wicked man's /. put out, 21. t 17.

    29. + 3. when his /. shined on my head Psal. 18. t 28. for thou wilt light my /.

    119. 105. thy word is a /. to my feet, and a light 132. 17. I have ordained a /. tor mine anointed Prov. 6. 23. tor commandment is a /. the law is light 13. 9. the /. of the wicked shall be put out

    20. 20. who curseth his father, his /.shall be put out t 27. the spirit of man is the /. of the Lord

    Isa. 62. 1. salvation thereof as a /. that bumeth Rev. 8. 10. a great star burning as it were a /.

    LAMPS. Exod. 25. 37. they shall light the /. thereof, 40. 4.

    30. 7. when he dresseth the /. burn incense on it 8. when Aaron lighteth the /. ateven, bum incense

    .35. 14. and his /. with the oil for the light

    39. 37. and they brought the /. to Moses

    40. 25. he lighted the /. before the L. Num. 8. 2, 3.

    Lev. 24. 2. /. to bum continually, 2 Chron. 13. 11. 4. order the /. || Num. A, 9. and cover his /.

    Judg. 7. 16. he put /. within the pitchers 20. and held the /. in their left hand, and tmmpets

    1 Kings 7. 49. he made /. of gold, 2 Chr. 4. 20, 21 .

    Job 41.19. out of his mouth go burning /. and sparks

    ilsek, 1. 13. was like the appearance of/.

    Dan. 10. 6. body like beryl, and his eyes as /. of fire

    fl/a/. 25. 1. ten Virgins which took their /. 3. 4.

    7. those virgins arose, and trimmed their /.

    8. give us of your oil, for our /. are gone out

    Seven LAMPS. Exod. 25. 37. thou shall make the seven I. thereof .37. 23. he made his .seven I. of pure gold Num. 8. 2. the seieii I. shall give light overagainst Zech. 4. 2. and behold a candlestick and seven I. Rev. 4. 5. there were seven I. of fire burning before

    LANCE. Jer. 50. 42. they that hold the /. are cruel, will not

    LANCETS. 1 Kings 18. 28. cut themselves with /. till blood

    LAND Signifies [1] The whole continent of the earth, as distinguished from sea, ^\\\\\\\\9.t.1^.]b. [2] Otu par- ticular country. Mat. 9. 26. [3] Arable ground. Gen. C6. 12. [4] The inhabitants of a country, Isa. 37. 11. [5] A certain possession, 2 Sam. 19. 29. Acts 4. .37. Gen. 2. 12. ami the gold of that /. is good

    10. 11. out of that /. went forth Ashur

    12. 1. get thee into a /. 1 will shew thee, ActsJ. 3.

    13. 6. and the /. was not able fo bear them

    9. is not the « hole /. before thee, separate 17.8. I will give thee and seed the /.28. 13. j .35. 12. 20. 15. behold, my /. is before thee, dwell where

    24. .37. of the Canaanite, in whose /. I dwell

    26. 12. Isaac sowed in that /. and received in year 47. 20. bought the /. so the /. became Pharaoh s

    22. only the /. of the priests bought he not Exod. 8. 24. the /. was corrupted by the Hies

    10. 15. so that the /. was darkened, and they eat

    20. 12. that thy days may be long upon the /. Lev. 16. 22. goaf bear iniquities into /. not inhabited

    18. 25. and the /. is defiled, therefore, 27. 28. that the /. spue not vou out also, 20. 22.

    25. 2. then shall the /. keep a sabbath, C6. .34.

    23. the /. shall not be sold, for the /. is mine

    26. 4. the /. shall yielil her increase, 25. 19. .■58. the /. of your enemies shall eat you up

    42. and I will remember the /.

    43. the /. also shall be left of them, and enjoy Num. 13. 18. see the /. what it is, and the people

    32. the /. is a /. that eateth up the inhabitants

    14. 23. surely they shall not see the /. 1 sware to

    24. my servant Caleb will 1 bring to the/.

    15. 2. when ye be come into the /. of your habita-

    tion, 18. Deut. 17. 14. 1 18. 9. I 26. 1.

    21. .34. delivered into thy hand his/. Deut. 3. 2. .32. 4. the country the Lord smote is a /. tor cattle 35. 33. for bloo

    Deut. 1. .30. to him will I give the /. he hath 2. 20. that was accounted a /. of giants, 3. 13. 8. 8. a /. of w heat, and barley, and vines 9. /. wherein eat bread. /. whose stones are iron 9. 28. was not able to bring them into the /. 10.7. to .lothath, a /. of rivers of waters

    11. 12. a /. which the lord thy God careth for 29. 23. the whole /. thereof is brimstone and salt

    28. cast them into another /. as at this day 32. 10. he found him in a desert /. and in wilderness

    43. he will be merciful to his /. and people .33. 13. he said, blessed of the Ijird be his /. .3-1. 1. and the lord shewed him all the /. Josh. 2. 1. sent two men, saying, go view the /.

    9. the I/ird hath given vou the /. 21. 43. 11. 16. Joshua took all that /. thehills, 23. 14. 15. and the /. had rest from war

    24. 13. given you a /. for which ye did not labour Judg. 3. 11. the /. had rest forty years. 5. 31.

    .30. and the /. had rest fourscoie years 11. 12. thou art come to fight against me in my /. 18. 10. when ye go ye shall come to a large /.

    .30. till the dav of the captivity of the /. 1 Sam. 14. 29. my father hath boubled the /.

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    1 Sam. 21. 11. is not this David the king of the /. .'

    2 Sam. .3.12. Abner sent, saying, whose is the 1.7 9. 7. I will restore thee all the /. of Saul

    21. 14. God was entreated for the /. 24. 25.

    1 Kings 9. 13. and he called them the I. of Cabul 11. 18. appointed him victuals and gave him /.

    2 Kings 8. 3. went to cry to the king for her /. 6. since the daythat she left the/. e\\\\\\\\ en till now

    17. -6. the manner of the God of the /. 27.

    18. .32. take you to /. of com and wine, Isa. 36. 17 33. any god delivered his /. Isa. 36. 18.

    21.8. move any more out of the /. 2 Chr. .33. 8.

    24.7. the kins of Egypt came no more outofhisi

    25. 12. left of the poor of the /. Jer, 52. 16.

    1 Chron. 4. 40. and. the /. was wide, and quiet 7. 21. men of Gath, who were bom in that /.

    2 Chrmt.T. 20. I will pluck them up out of my /. 14. 7. make walls, while the /. is yet before us

    34. 8. when he had purged the /. and the house Ezra 9. 12. that ye may eat the good of/. Isa. 1.19. Neh. 5. 16. work of wall, nor bought we any /.

    9. .36. fi r the /. behold we are servants in it Job 31 . 38. if my /. cry against me, or furrows

    37. 13. whether for correction, or his /. or mercy •39. 6. and the barren /. his dwellings (

    Psal. 10. 10. the heathen are perished out of his /. 42. 6. remember thee from the /. of Jordan 44. 3. for they got not the /. in possession 52. 5. and root thee out of the /. of the living 80. 9. to take deep root, and it filled the /. 101. 6. mine eyes shall be on the faithful of the /. 8. 1 will destroy all the wicked of the/.

    105. 16. he called for a famine on the /.

    30. the /. brought forth frogs in abundance

    106. 24. yea, they despised the pleasant /. 38. and the /. was polluted with blood

    107. 34. he tumeth the fruitful /. into barrenness 143. 6. my soul thirsts alter thee as a thirsty i.

    10. lead me into the /. of uprightness

    Proi. 12. 11. that tilleth his /.shall be satisfied, 28.19. 28. 2. for the transgression of a /. many princes Eccl. 10.16. woe to thee, O /. when thy king is a < hilii

    17. blessed art thou, O /. when thy king is son Isa. 5. 30. if one look unto the /. behold sonow

    7. 16. the /. that thou abhorrest shall be forsakes 24. because all /. shall become briers andthoi'ii»

    9. 1. /. of Zebulun, /. of Naphtali, Mat. 4. 15. 19. through the w rath of the Lord is / darkened

    13. 5. they come to destroy the whole /. 14. 25. 1 will break the Assyrian in my /. 18. 1. woe to the /. shadowing with wings !

    2. whose /. the rivers have spoiled, 7.

    19. 24. shall be a blessing in the midst of the /. 21. 1. cometh from the ilesert, from a terrible f.

    23. 1. from the /. of Chittim it is revealed

    24. 3. the /. shall be utterly emptied and spoiled

    11. joy is darkened, the mirth of the /. is gone 30. 6. into the /. of trouble and anguish

    32. 2. as the shadow of a great rock in a weary /l 13. on the /. of my people shall come thorns .33. 17. and behold the /. that is very far off .34. 9. file /. thereof shall become burning pitch

    35. 7. and the thirsty /. springs of water 49. 12. and lo, these from the /. of Sinim

    19. the /. of thy destruction be too narrow

    53.8. l>e was cut off outof the /. of the living Jer. 1. 13. an iron pillar against the whole/.

    2. 2. wentest after me, in a /. that was not sown

    6. led us through a /. of deserts, a /. of drought

    7. when he enteretl, ye defiled my /. 3. 9. 15. the young lions made his /. waste

    3. 19. how shall I give thee a pleasant /. ?

    4. 20. the whole /. is spoiled, suddenly are

    5. 19. serve strangers m a /. that is not yours 6. 8. lest I make thee a /. not inhabited

    8. 16. the whole /. tremble

    19. because we have forsaken the /.

    11. 19. let us cut him off' from the /. of the living

    12. 4. how long shall the /. mourn, herbs wither .'

    12. from one end of the /. even to the other

    15. 1 will biino; again every man fo his /.

    16. 15. brought Israel from /. of the north, 31. 16.

    18. because they have defiled my /. they filled

    17.6. inhabit wilderness in a salt /. not inhabiteil 22. 27. to the /. whereunio they desire to return 23. 15. is profaneness gone forth into the /.

    25. 13. 1 will bring on that /. all my words 27. 7. till the very time of his /. come

    40. 4. behold, all the /. is before thee

    46. 12. thy shame, and thy cry hath filled the /. 50.18. 1 will punish the king of Baby Ion and his /.

    .38. for it is the /. of graven images, they are mad 51. 4.3. a dry /. a /. wherein no man dwelletb 47. her whole/. shall be confoundeil £«*.7.23. for the /. is full of bloody crimes

    8. 17. they have filled the /. with violence

    9. 9. and the /. is full of blood, and the city 14. 13. when the /. sinneth against me

    17. bringa sword on /. || 19. a pestilence into /.

    17 . 5. he took also of the seed of the /. and planted

    13. he hath taken the mighty of the /. 21. 19. both shall come forth outof one/.

    22. 24. thou art the /. is not cleansed nor rained on .30. should stand in the sap before me for the /. 32. 4. then will 1 leave thee upon the/. 1 will cast .33. 2. when I brimj the sword uixin a /.

    3. if when he seelh the sword come upon the /. 24. the /. is given us for inheritance

    36. 5. have appointed my /. into their possession 1.3. thou /. ilevourest up men. and hast bereaved

    38. 9. thou shalt he like a cloud to cover the /. 16. 11. 1 will go up to the /. of unwalietl villages

    16. and I will bring thee against my I. ,39. 12. that they may cleanse the /.

    16. thus shall ihey cleanse the /.

    47. 15. and this shall be the border of the /. Dan. 11. 16. he shall stand in the glorious /. 41. Hos. 4. 3. therefore shall the /. mourn ami lansuisb Joel 1. O.fora nation is roineupupcii my /. strong

    2. 3. the /. is as the garden of Eden liefoVe tliem

    18. then will the lord be jealous for his/.

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    JoelS.Zl . fear not, O /. be glad H 3. 2. and parted my /.

    Amos 6. 2. she is forsaken upon her /. tlicre is none 7. 10. the /. is not able to bear all his wor

    SLeph. 1. 2. I consume all thinss from otftlie I. 18. whole /. shall be devoured by fire of jealousy

    '. .^. 19. 1 will get them praise and fame in every /.

    Xech. 2. 6. ho, ho, flee from the /. of the north .S. 9. 1 will remove the iniquity of that I. in one 9. 16. of a crown lifted up, as an ensi^rn upon his /. 12. 12. the /. simll mourn, every family a^iart

    13. 2. imd tlie unclean spirit to pass out ot the /. 8. in all the /. two parts therein shall be cut off

    14. 10. all the I. shall be turned as a plain JMo/. 3. 12. for ye shall be a delightsome /. Nat. 9. 26. fame hereof went abroad into all that /.

    10. 1.^. more tolerable for the /. of .Soilom, U. 24. 23. 15. ye compass sea and /. to make one proselyte 27. 45. was darkness over all the /. Mark 15. 3.S.

    Mari 6. 47. ship was in the sea, and he alone on the /.

    Muie 14. .35. neither lit for the I. nor dunshill

    15. 14. there arose a great famine in tliat /. Jo/m 6. 21. immediately the ship was at the f.

    21, 11. Peter drew the net to /. full of sreat fishes .^cW 4. .37. havmg /. sold it, and brought the money 1 5. 8. tell me w hether ye sold the /. for so much

    27. 39. when it was (lay, they knew not the /.

    43. cast themselves into the sea, and get to /.

    44. that they escaped all safe to I. ■See Benjamin, Chaldeans, Canaan, Dark- ness, Desolate, Divide, Divided.

    Drp LAKD. ■Gen. 1. 9. let drp I. appear || 10. called drp I. earth 7. 22. of all that was in the drp I. died ijod. 4. 9. take and pour water on the drp I. and the waters shall become blood on the drp I. 14. 21. and the Lord made the sea dry I. 29. Israel walked on dry I. \\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\ 15. 19. Neh. 9. 1 1 . Josh, 4. 18. the priests" feet were lifted up on dry I.

    22. Israel came over this lordan on drp I. Psal. 63. 1. my flesh longeth for thee in a dry I. 66. 6. he turned the sea into dry I. 68. 6. but the rebellious dwell in arfry I. 95. 5. sea is his, and his hands formed the dry I. I'a. 41. 18. I will make dry I. springs of water ■Jer. 50. 12. hindermost of nations .shall be a drp I. 51. 43. her cities are a dry I. and wilderness JJos. 2. 3. lest 1 set her as a dry I. and slay her Jonah 1. 9. 1 fear God, who made the sea and dry I. 2. 10. the fish vomited out .lonah on the dry I. J-Jaij. 2. 6. and I will shake the sea and dry I. fieb. 11. 29. they passed the Ked sea as by dry I. iSee Dwell, Egypt, Good. In the LAN D. Cen. 13. 7. and the Cauaanite dwelt then iyi the 1. 26. 22. and we shall be fruitful in the I.

    41. 31. the plenty shall not be known in the I.

    42. 34. I shall know, and ye shall traffick in the I. 47. 4. for to sojourn in the I. are we come

    Exod. 8. 25. go ye, sacrifice to your God in the I.

    9. 5. to-morrow the Lord shall do this thing ra the I.

    14. 3. he will say, they are entangled in the I. Lev. 26. 6. and 1 will give peace in the I. and ye Deut.i. 14.fhatyemay dothem mt. /. whitheryego

    5. 16. that it may go well with thee in the I.

    11. 9. that you may prolong days in t. /. 21. 1 25. 15. 25. 19. God hath given thee rest in the I.

    28. 8. he shall bless thee in the I. 11. | .30. 16. 31. 13. fear the Lord as long as ye live in the I.

    Judg. 18. 7- and there was no magistrate in the I. 1 Ham. 23. 23. and if he be in the I. 1 will search S Sam. 15. 4. O that I were made judge in the I.

    1 Kings 0. .37. if there be famine in the /. 2 Chr. 6. 28.

    2 Chr. 6. 31. fear thee so long as they live in the I. 19. 5. and Jehoshaphat set judges in the I. .32. 31. inquire of the wonder that was done in the I.

    Job 28. 13. nor is it found in the I. of the living J°.fa/. 27.13. goodness of the L. m

    142. 5. thou art my portion m the I. of the living J.ia.T.22. for honey shall every one eat in the I.

    26. 10. inthe I. of uprightness he will deal unjustly .38. 11. I shall not see the L. in the I. ot the livin"

    £.zek. 20. 40. shall all of them in the I. serve me ° . 26. 20. I shall set glory in the I. of the living . 32. 23. caused terror in the I. of the living, 24. 32.

    37. 22. 1 will make them one nation in the I.

    45. 8. IB the I. shall be his possession in Israel Hos. 4. 1. because there is no truth in the I. Zech. 11. 16. 1 will raise up a Shepherd inthel. Luke 21. 23. there shall be great distress in the I. Meb. 11.9. by faith he sojourned in the I. of jiromise &e Inhabitants, Inherit, Israel, Judah.

    Oar LAND. Ge».47.19.buy us and 0. 1, forbread, and wc and 0. 1. Psal. 85. 12. and our I. shall yielil her increase Cant. 2. 12. the voice of the turtle is heard in our I. Mtc. 5. 5. the Assyrian shall come into mir I. 6. he shall deliver us wh«n he cometh into our I. Oan LAND. JEj-nrf.l8.27.Tethrowentintohisoan/. Kum. 10. .30.

    1 A'mjrj 10.6. atrue report 1 hcardinmy /.2C'/ir.9.5.

    2 Kings 17. 23. Israel carried out of their own I.

    18. ,32. take you to a land like your o?to /. ZFa.36.17.

    19. 7- and he shall return to his omi I. 2 Chr. 32. 21. he returned with shame to his ozcn /. Isa. 13. 14. and flee every one to his oron I.

    14. 1. choose Israel, and set them in their own I.

    37. 7. and fall by the sword in his own I. Jer. 23. 8. they shall dwell in theirwrot /. 27. 11.

    37. 7. return to I'.gypt, into their own I. 42. 12.

    50. 16. they shall flee every one to his ou-7i I. Lsek. 34. 13. 1 will bring them into their own I. 36. 24. I .37. 14, 21. 1.39. 28.

    36. 17. when Israel dwelt in their o-:cnl. -^mos 7. 11. Israel led captive out of their own 1. See People, Possess, Possession, Strange. 270

    LAN

    Their LAND, S. Ge?i. 47. 22. wherefore the priests sold not /. Lev. 20. 24. but I said, ye shall inherit their I. Autn. 18. 20. Aaron had no inheritance in their I. JJeut. 2. 5. for 1 will not give you of their I. 9. 4. 38. bring thee, and give thee their I. Judg. 6. 9. 29. 8. we took their I. and gave it. Josh. 10. 42. 28. and the Lord rooted them out of their I.

    1 A'm^i8.4ii. return and pray to thee toward Meir /.

    2 Chron. 7. 14. forgive their sin and heal their I. Psal. 105. 32. he gave them flaming fire in their I.

    135. 12. and gave their I. for an hei itaiie, 1.36. 21. Isa. 2. 7. their I. is full of silver and horses 8. their I. also is full of idols, they worship 34. 7. t/ieir I. shall be soaked with blood Jer. 12. 14. behold, I will pluck them out of their I. 16. 15. I will bring them again into their I. 51. 5. not forsaken, tho' thetr I. was filled with sin Liek. .34. 27. and they shall be safe in their I. 39. 26. when they dwelt safely in their I. and Amos 9. 15. and 1 will plant them on their I.

    This LAND. Gen. 12. 7- the Lord said, unto thy seed 1 will give this 1. 15. 18. 1 24. 7. 1 48. 4. Exod. 32. 13. 28. 15. I will bring thee again into this I. 31. 13. get thee out from this I. and return to land 50. 24. and God will bring you out of this I. ]Sum. 14. 3. why hath the Lord brought us unto this I. 8. then he will bring us into this I. and give it 32. 5. let this I. be given to thy servants 22. this I. shall be your possession before the Ld. .34. 2. this I. shall tall to you, 13. Josh. 13. 2. Deut. 4. 22. but I must die in this I. and not go over 26. 9. and he hath given us this I. Josh. 1. 13. 29. 24. wherefore hath the Lord done thus to this I. .'27. 1 Kings 9. 8. 2 Chrmt. 7. 21. Judg. 2. 2. no league with the inhabitants of this I. 2 Kings 18. 25. Ixl. said, go up ag. this I. Isa. 36. 10. 2 Chron.^0. 9. they shall come again into this I. Jer. 14. 15. say, the sword shall not be in this I. 16. 3. their fathers that begat them in this I. 6. both great and small shall die in this I. 13. therefore I will cast you out of this I.

    22. 12. and he shall see this I. no more

    24. 6. and I will bring them again to this I.

    25. 9. and I will bring them against this I. 11. and this \\\\\\\\v\\\\\\\\io\\\\\\\\e I. shall be a desolation

    26. 20. a man who prophesied against this I. 32. 15. houses shall be pos.sessed again in this I.

    41. and 1 will plant them in this I. assuredly 36. 29. the king of Babylon shall destroy this I. ;57. 19. shall not come against you, nor this I. 42. 10. if ye will abide in this 1. 1 will build you

    13. if ye saj', we will not dwell in this I. 45. 4. 1 will pluck up even this whole /. Ezek. 11. 15. to us is this I. given in possession

    47. 14. this I. shall fall unto you for inheritance

    48. 29. this is the /. which ye shall divide Acts'!. 4. he removed him into this I. wherein

    Thy LAND. Eiod. 23. 10. six years thou shalt sow thy I. 26. nothing shall cast their young in thy I. 33. they shall not dwell in thy I. lest they .34. 24. nor shall any man desire thy I. Hum. 21. 22. Israel said, let me pass thrt)ugh thy I. Deut. 2. 27. Judg. 11". I7, 19. Deut. 7. 13. he will bless the fruit of thy I.

    21. 23. bury him, that thp I. be not defiled 28. 12. to give the rain to thy I. in his season

    18. cursed shall be the fruit of thy I. 42. 2 Ham. 7. 23. and to do great things for thy I.

    24. 13. shall famine come to thee in thy I. ? Psal. 85. I. thou hast been favourable to thy I. Isa. 8. 8. his wings shall fill the breadth of thp I.

    14. 20. because thou hast destroyed thp I.

    23. 10. pass through thp /. as a river, O Tarshish 60. 18. violence shall no more be heard in thp I. 62. 4. nor shall thy I. be termed desolate ; the Lord

    delighteth in thee, and thy I. shall be married F.sek. 32. 8. and I will set darkness upon thy I. Amos 7. 17. and thy I. shall be divided by line Mic. 5. 11. 1 will cut off the cities of thy I. Nah. 3.13. the gates of thy I. shall be set wide open

    Your LAND. Gen. 47. 23. T have bought you and your I. this day Lev. 19. 9. when ye reap the harvest of pmtr 1. 23. 22.

    25. 45. children, which they begat in pour I.

    26. 5. ye shall eat, and dwell in your I. safely 6. nor shall the sword go through yo^ir I.

    20. for your I. shall not yield her increase Num. 10. 9. if you go to war in pour I. then blow

    22. 13. get into your I. || .34. 12. this shall be j/cwr/. Dent. 11. 14. give vou the rain of ymir I. in season

    1 Ham. 6. 5. he wil[ lighten his hand from off your I. Jer. 5. 19. and have served strange gods in yovr I.

    27. 10. prophesy, to remove you far from yontr I. 44. 22. therefore isj/oKr/. adesolation and astonish.

    LANDED. Acts 18. 22. when we had /. at Cesarea 21. 3. and sailed into .Syria, and /. at Tyre

    LANDING. Acts 28. 12. /. at Syracuse we tarried three days

    LAND-mar*. Deut. 19. 14. thou shalt not remove thy neighbour's l.-mark, Prov. 22. 28. I 23. 10. 27. 17- cui-sed that removeth neighbour's l.-mark

    LAND-mrer^f. Job 24. 2. some remove the l.-marks, and take away

    LANDS. Gen. 41. 54. and the dearth was in all /. 57. 47. 18. not ought left but our bodies and /. 22. wherefore they sold not their /. Jud(j. 11.13. restore those /. again peaceably

    2 Kings 19. 11. thou hast heard what the kings of

    Assyria have done to all /. Isa. 37. 11.

    1 Chron. 14. I7. the fame of David went into all /.

    2 Chron. 13. 9. priests after the manner of other /. 17. 10. fear fell on all the /. round about

    32. 17. as the gods of other /. have not jlelivered \\\\\\\\Ezra 9. 1. have not separated from the people of /. ' 2. have mingled with the people of those /. 11. iWA. 5. 3. some said, we have mortgaged ou.* /. 4.

    LAS

    Neh. 5. 5. for other men have our I. and vineyards 11. restore 1 pray you, this day their /.

    10. 28. that had separated from the people of the /. Psal. 49. 1 1 . they cal 1 their /. after tlieir own name!

    66. 1. make a joyful noise all ye /. 100. 1.

    105. 44. and gave them the /. of the heathen

    106. 27. lifted his hand, to scatter them in the /.

    107. 3. gathered them out of the I. from east

    Jer. 16. 15. that brought up Israel from /. whithei 27. 6. have given all these I. to Nebuchadnezzai" Eiek, 20. 6. into a land which is the glory of all /. 15. 39. 27. gathered them out of their enemies' /. Mat. 19. 29. hath forsaken houses, I. Mark 10. 29. Mark 10. 30. shall receive an hundred fold, /. Acts 4. .34. as many as were possessors of /. sold

    LANES. Luke 14. 21. go out quickly into the /. of the city

    LANGUAGE Signifies, [1] A set of words which a particular nation or people make use of to express theit thoughts, 2 Kings 18. 26. [2] The Hebrew tongue, tien. 11. 1, 6. Shall speak the language of Canaan, Isa. 19. 18. Shall make profession of the true religion, and be- come members of the gospel church.

    1 will turn to the people a pure language, Zeph. 3. 9. / will renew them by my Spirit and give them a pure way of worshipping me in prayer and praises, as the fruit and issue of a purified heart.

    Gen. 11. 1. the whole earth was of one /. and speech

    6. the people is one, and they have all one /.

    7. go down, and there confound their /. 9.

    2 Kings 18. 26. speak in the Syrian I. Isa. 36. 11. 28. Itabshakeh cried in the Jews' /. Isa. 36. 13.

    Neh. 13. 24. their children could not speak in the Jews' /. but according to the /. of each people

    Esth. 1. 22. to every people after their /. 3. 12. 1 8. 9.

    Psal. 19. 3. no /. where their voice is not heaid 81. 5. where 1 heard a /. that I uniierstood not 114. 1. houise of .lacob from a people of strange I.

    Isa. 19. 18. five cities speak the /. of Canaan

    Jer, 5. 15. a nation, whose /. thou knowestnot

    Esek. 3. 5. not sent to a people of hard /. 6.

    Dan. 3. 29. I decree, every /. that speaketh amiss

    Zeph. 3. 9. I will turn to the people a pure /.

    Acts 2. 6. every man heard them speak in his own /. LANGUAGES.

    Dan. 3. 4. to you, O people, nations, and /. 7. all /. fell down and worshipped the image 4.1. Nebuchadnezzar to all /. ||6. 25. Darius to all /. 5. 19. all I. trembled and feared before him 7. 14. all people, nations, and /. should serve him

    Zech. 8. 23. ten men out of all /. shall take hold LANGUISH.

    Isa. 16. 8. for the fields of Heshbon /. and vine

    19. 8. and they that spread nets on waters shall /. 24. 4. the haughty people of the earth do /.

    Jer. 14. 2. gates ot Judah /. and are black to ground Hos. 4. 3. every one that d\\\\\\\\t elleth therein shall /.

    LANGUISHED. Lam. 2. 8. rampart and wall to lament, /. together

    LANGUISIIETH. Isa. 24. 4. the world /. and fadeth away

    7. the vine /. || 33. 9. the earth moumeth and /. Jer. 15. 9. she that hath born seven /. given up ghost Joel 1. 10. the oil /. || 12. the fig-tree /. Nah. 1. 4. Bashan /. and Camiel, the flower I.

    J.ANGUIS1I1NG. Psal. 41.3. Lord will strengthen him on the bedof /.

    LANTERNS. John 18. 3. Judas cometh with /. and torches

    LAP. 2 Kings 4. 39. and gathered wild gourds, his /. full Neh. 5. 13. 1 shook my /. and said, so God shake Prov. 16. 33. the lot is cast into the /. but disposing

    LAPPED. Judg. 7. 6. the number that I. were three hundred 7. the Lord said, by them that/. 1 will save you LAPPETH. Judg. 7. 5. every one that /. of the water as a dog LAPWING. See Bat. LAKGE. Gen. 34. 21. the land, behold it is /. enough for them Exod. 3. 8. to bring them into a good and I. land Judg. 18. 10. when ye go, ye shall come into a I. land 2 Sam. 22. 20. he broughtme into /. place, Ps. 18.19. Neh. 4. 19. I said to people, the work is great and /. 7.4. the city was /. and great, but the people few 9. 35. have not served thee in the /. and tat land Psal. 31. 8. thou hast set my feet in a /. room 118. 5. Lord answered me, and set me in a /. place 119. + 45. 1 will walk at I. for I seek thy precepts Isa. 22. 18. he will toss thee into a /. country 30. 23. in thatday shall thy cattle feed in /. pastures 33. 'lophet is ordained, he made it deep and /. Jer. 22. 14. that saith, I will build /. chambers Ezek. 23. 32. drink of thy sister's cup deep and I. Hos. 4. 16. Ld. will feed them as a lamb in a I. place Mat. 28. 12. they gave I. money to the soldiers Mark 14. 15. will shew a /. upper room, Luke 22.12. Gal. 6. 11. ye see how /. a letter I have written Rev. 21. 16. the length is as /. asthe breadtli LAltGENESS.

    1 Kings 4. 29. God gave Solomon /. of heart

    LASCIVIOUSNESS. Mark 7. 22. out of the heart of men proceed /.

    2 Cor. 12. 21. and have not repented of the/. Gal. 5. 19. the works of the flesh are manifest, /. Eph. 4. 19. who have given themselves over to /.

    1 Pet. 4. 3. when we walked in /. lusts, excess Jiide 4. turning the grace of our God into /.

    LAST. Gen. 49. 19. but Gad shall overcome at the /. Num. 23. 10. and let my /. end be like his

    2 Snm. 19. 11. why are ye /. to bring the king ? 12. 23. 1 . now these be the /. words of David

    1 Chron. 23. 27. for by the /. words of David

    29. 29. now the acts of David the king, first and /

    2 Chron. 9. 29. the acts of Solomon fiist and /. 12. 15. of Rehoboam first and /. Il 16. 11. of Asa

    20. 34. the acts of Jehoshaphat first and /.

    LAU

    S Chron.^o. CO. the acts of Amaziah first and /. £6. I-:, ot Lzziali tiist aul I. '.'8. '.'0. or' Ahaz Sj. C7- .losiah's iieft,and with ihe/.-ll.t'). Ma. IV. /.■,:. 1. II. 17 ie,!i. l'-'L\\\\\\\\ 13. Jer. IC, 4. thev said, I'.e il;.di not see our /. end ji>. 17. at /. Nebuihadueziar hath hroken his bones l.am. I. Q. slie reineiiibi-rtth not her /. end y>a«. 4. 8. at the /. Daiii.d anie in before me 8. 3. but one was hii;her, aiM the higher came up/.

    ly. make thee know u l.ai shall be ni the /. end Amos y. 1. 1 will sla.\\\\\\\\ the /, ur them «ith sword JMat. \\\\\\\\ZAb. I. stale ot"lliat 1:1 ;in is worse, Luke 1 l.iti, ly. 3J. inauv that are first shall be /. and the /. tiist. '.'ii. 16. MrvK 10. 31. Lidt 13. 30. £0.8. besiniiin:; from the /. to the tiist IC. these /.have wrouLfht hut one hour 14. 1 will ;;i\\\\\\\\ e to this .. e\\\\\\\\ en as imto thee ei..-!7./.ot all he sent his S'li, savin-, M„:k ICO. •-;•:. C7. and /. ol all tlie uomaii died also, m re- surrection whose V ife ? M,ir/. I'J. ',J. i.nki •_0.3'.'. Co. ti 1. at the /. came t>M> lalse u Hiiesjes '-■7. til. the /. error shall he worse than the hrst Mark^>. :

    LA. SI tim., times.

    1 Pet. 1. .5. ready to be re\\\\\\\\ealed iji the /. time

    Co. hut was manifest in the-e/. t/tiies for vou

    1 Jehu C. 18. little children, it is the /. r/«;( ,are manv

    aniichiists, uhtriliy we knov. that it is the /.tin'e

    Jiide 18. told there should be motkeis in tlie I. time

    1.A.S1 l,i). JnJa. 14. 17. and she wept while the feast /.

    l.A.si 1 NtT. ]hut. 33. 15. for the precious thincs of the /. hills

    i.AlLllKI. " ha. 5. C7. iirr the /. of their shoes he broken Mark 1. 7. the /. of whose slioes, Luke 3. 16.

    J. A 11.. P'al. 1C7. C. it is in vain tor you to sit up /. Aie. C. 8. of /. mv people i~ risen up as an eneiiiv .fe/,«11.8. the.lewsof/. sought to stone thee

    I.A I r.LV. Acts 18. C. found Acpiihi a lew /. come from Italv

    l..\\\\\\\\ UN. Litke 23. .'iS. written in 1 lehrew and /. John 10. e^),

    LATIKK. F..red. 4. 8. they will beli-ve the voice of tile /. sian Jhiit. 11. 14. will ^ive vou the first rain, and /. rain C4. 3. and if her /. husband hate her or die Ji'h Id. C5. my Redeemer shall stand at the /. day Cy. C3. they opened their mouth, as for the /. rain Pre;. It). 15. his favour i.; as a cloud of the /. ram ly. CO. that thou mayest be w ise in the /. end Jer. 3. 3. and there hath lieen no /. rain 5. C4. both the former anil /. rain in Ids season Kzek. .'iH. 8. in the /. vears iliou shall come J)an.V,.'Z:i. in the /. time of their kinL'dont 11. cy. but it shall not be as the former or the /. Jlos. 0. 3. he shall come as the /. and former rain Jeel'2. £3. and the I. rain in the hrst month Ama.y 7- 1. in the bei;inninL> of the /. growth Jlaij. £. y. the ulorv of th.- /. house shall be L-reater y.ech. 10. 1. ask ye rain in the time of the /. rain

    1 Jim. 4. 1. tliatin the /. times some sliall deiiart

    ■iee Days, Knu. LAiriCK. Jiit/ff. t). C8. .Sisera's mother cried thoiiaii tlie /.

    2 Ktiins 1. C. AlMziah fell down throui:h the /. iJatit. C. y. sliewin;,' himself ihrou;;h the /.

    I.A LI). Horn. 15. 11. praise the l.d. and/, him, all veiieople

    I.A\\\\\\\\ l.li. E.rod. 3(1. 18. thou Shalt also make a /. of brass £8. the /. and his toot, 31. 0. | .35. lb. | 30. 3d. .18. 8. he made the /. of bi ass, and the foot brass 40. 7. thou slialt set the /. '. 30. and he set the /.

    11. and thou shall anomt the /. and his foot JLev. 8. 11. he anointed both the /.and his foot 1 Jinij/a 7. S>. under the /. were nndtrsetters molten

    S8. every /. was forty baths, and every /. was ■2 Kitigs 16. 17. and kniL' Ahaz removed the /.

    I.AVKK.S.

    1 Kings ". .38. then tnaile he ten /. of brass

    40. and Hiram made the /.and the shovels

    43. and the ten /. on the bases, £ Vhrun. 4. 6, 14.

    LAUtill

    Signifies, [1] To rejoice greatly in a Hcs.iing pro-

    nii.seri, OT already cvviernd, (ien. 17. I7. | £1. t).

    [£] 'io diitrmt, or dlnht of. the fulfilment of a

    .promw. Gen. 18. 1£. [.3] 'I'o rcciiie comfort 'and

    'oi/, Luke 6. £1. [4] To betnerry in asiiifulmayi-

    LAW

    wer, Luke 6. £5. [5] To carry oneself familiarly and p/easanl/y touards anorhir, .loli cy.'Cl. At destruction and famine thou shalt lauyh, Joh 5. £C. 'J'/ii'U s/ialt re.joiee. that by Uod's -..atcliuu and gniciou.i f foil .i.aee thou ha^t been secured from them, :.htn vthirs are dctr. yed tbereOy. Gen. 18. 13, whertfore did .>arali /. saywi-

    15. and he said, nav, but thou didst /. £1. o. (iod hafh maie me to/, all will /. with me J'hb. 22. at destruction and famine thou shalt I. d. C.i. he will /.at the trial 01 the innocent C£. ly. and the innocent /. them to scoin I'.^al. C. 4. he thatsitteth in the heavens _-haIl /, £C. 7. all thev tliat See me /. me to scorn 37. 13. the Lord shall /. at him, for he seetli 5C. ti. the righteous also shall /. at him 5d.8. hut thuu, C) Lord, shalt /. at them 80. (j. and our enemi.s /. anions' themselves I'ro:. 1. £6. I alM> will /. at your calamitv £d. y. whefiier he raue or /. theie is no re^t 1-eel. 3. 4. a tmu- to weep, and a time to /. l.iike 6. CI. hkssed are ye that weep, .\\\\\\\\ e shall /. C5. woe unto \\\\\\\\ou that /. now, ve shall weei) l.Alt.llLl)." (;<•«. 17. 17- Abraham /. 18. IC. Sarah /. in herself 18. 15. tiien .'-aiaii iipiiied. savnii:, I /. no- C /w«.;,. Id. Cl.ilau-hlerof Zi'onh.dh/. /■«. .37. CC. C t'hron. .3d. 10. they /. tliein to scorn, and mocked .V(7(. c. 10- they /. us to scorn, and despised us J' h IC. 4. the just and upright man is /. toscoin cy. C4. if 1 /. on them, thev believed n. t /.:./.-. C3. 3C. thou shalt be 7. to scorn, and had Mat. y. C4. they /. to scorn, .l/«;i5. 40. Lukt 8. 53.

    LAL (illKTll. Job 41. cy. he /. at the shakin^'ofa spear

    l.Alt.lilMi. Joh 8. CI. till he till tliv nioutli with /. and thv lips

    laCgiulr.

    Psal. ICO. C. then was our mouth hlled w itb /.

    I'ri'-e. 14. 13. e\\\\\\\\en in /. the heart is sorrow ful

    I'lcl. C.'2. I Said of /. it is mad, and of mirth 7. 3. sorrow is better than /. || ti. so is /. of t!ie fcol

    Jam. 4. y. let voLir /. be turned to mourninir L.A\\\\\\\\ LMI.

    La. 40. 0. thev /. irold out of the bag, and weiah LALNCll.

    I.uke 5. 4. he said to .^imon. /. out into the lieep LAUNLllKU.

    Juke?.. •:•:. let us 20 over, and thev /. forth

    .lets CI. 1. that ailer we had /, C7, C, 4. LA \\\\\\\\V

    Si:;niries. [1] .■/ rule directing and rhlii.-ing a rational criLiture i'l ?noriil and rtlioiens aetiin^, Prov. £8. 4. [C] Tiiat lihicli often littth tiie i.'ree of goierning and oier-rulimj our actions in iiir present imperliet state, Rom. 7. £3, C5. [3] 'J7ie i^hole doctrine if tlie uord dcliiered hy God to bis cliurcb, Psal. 1. C. | Id. 7. [4] The decalogue, or ten moral precepts, Kom. £. £5. 1 7. 7. [5] The second table of the ia:, J{om. 13. 8. [li] 'J'be precepts of dod, moral, ceremonial, and judicial, .lohn 1. 17. [7] J'he principles of rea- .")!, or the la:, rf iiatxue leritten in man's heart, JU.m. £. 14. [8] The old tciamdit, .lohn 10. 31. 1 15. £5. 1 (or. 14. £1. [y] 'The doctrine of the 'jospel, uhich no les< ohliges men to the belief and practice of it, than the law did, Isa. £. ,3. I 4C. 4. Rom. 3. C7. [10] 'The :corks com- manded by the la:.. Gal. 3. 11. [11] A strict and precise ohsenation of the la:e, Phil. 3. 5. [IC] 'Jhe covenant that God made i.itb the Ji:.~. :. nil all the constitution of uorship thtnto be- longing, ilt'h. 10. 1.

    Gen. 47. £fi. .losephmade it a?, over the land

    £j:od. IC. -Id. I ne /. to him tl-.at is home horn and to the stranser. Lev. £4. CC. \\\\\\\\um. 15. Id.Cy.

    £4. IC. 1 will i:ivethee a/, and comtnanilment

    D'.ut. 17. ll.accordin.' to the sentence ot the /.

    33. £. from his ri^dit hand went a liery /. for them 4. -Moses commanded us a /. even the inheritance

    Josh. 1. 7. mavestol:s. to do accoidinu' to all th.- /.

    8. 3C. wrote on the stones a copv i,f the /. of ,MoS. 34. afterward be reail all the words of the /.

    ££. 5. take heed to the /. C Kings 17, 13, .37. | CI. H. £ Kings 17.34. nor do after the /. audi ommam'.ment

    £3. C4. that he miiiht perform the words of the /. Co. accordiiie to all the /. of -Moses

    I ( hron. Hi. 17. hath confirmed to .lacobfora /.

    CC. IC. that thou mayest keep the /. of (iod C ( liron. 14. 4. commanded .Uidah to do the /.

    Id. 10. between /. and commandment, statnt'S

    .30. Iti. stood in their place according to/, of .Moses

    31. CI. Ilezekiahdid m ev.rv work, and in the /.

    .33. 8. take heed to do .iccor.tma to the wlude /.

    31. Id. when.losiah heard the words of the /.

    Lzra 7. b. he was a ready scribe in the /. 1£. CI.

    14. to inquire accordini; to the /. of thv (did Cd. will not do the /. of God and /. of the king

    10. 3. and let it be done according' to the /. .\\\\\\\\eh. 8. C. and lzra the priest brou-ht the /. before

    7. Levites caused the iHople to understand the /.

    y. people wept when thev heard the words uf /.

    13. were irathered touether to understand the /. 10. C8. had separated themselves to /.of (iod

    cy. entered into an oath to walk in t lod's /. IC. 44. to gather into them the portions of the /. 13. 3. when thev had heard the /.thev separated Lsth. 1.8. the drinkinu' was according' to the/.

    15. what do totlie queen Va.-hti accordini; to the /. 4. 11. there is one /. of his to put him to death

    10. 1 will so ill. which isnot accordiin; to the /. ,/i)*CC. CC. receive the /. from his month, lay up J'sal. 1. C. in his/, he meditates dav andniuht .37. 31. the /. of his God is in his heart 78. 5. for he appointed a /. in Israel, which he 10. and thev refiised to walk in his /.

    81.4. this was a /. of the (iod of .lacob y4. CO. which franieth mhschief bv a /.

    10.5, 10. and confirmed the same to lacob for a /. liy. 7£. the /. ot thv mouth is better than iiold

    I'roi. 1. 8. forsake not the /. of thy mother, ij. £0. 0. £3. cominandinent is a lamp, and the /. is liaht

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    Pri):-. n. 14. the /. of the wise is a fountain of lite CU. 4. tia-y that forsake the /. praise the wicked, but such as keep the /. contend with them 7. whosii keepeth the /. is a wise son y. lie that turns away his ear trom liearinj the /. £y. 18. but he that keepeth the /. happv is he 31. 5. lest they drink and Ior.:et the /." Co. anil in her tonyue is the /. of kindness ]sa. 1. 10. and aive ear to the /. of ourt.od C. 3. outot Zion shall iio forth the /. Mic. 4, £. 8. 10. seal the /. Co. to the /. and the testimony 4C. 4. and the isles shall wait for his /. CI. the Lord will mavnifv the/, and fnake it £4. neither were they'oliedieiit to his/. 51. 4. tor a /. shall proceed from me Jtr. C. 8. they that handle the / knew me not 18. 18. the /. shall not perish fiom the priest 3C.11. evidence was sealed accord, to /. and custom

    44. C3. \\\\\\\\ e have not obeyed, nor walkeii in his /. Lam. C. d. the /. is no more, prophets find no vision Evek. 7. CO. file /. shall perish from the priests Van 6. 5. e.\\\\\\\\cept concerning the /. of his God

    i-:. true according' to the /. of the .Medes, 15. Ilo.'. 4. (i. thuu liast furijotten the /. of thv (dil llah. 1. 4. tlieretorethe /. is slacked, and"iudj;ment Ziph. 3. 4. her priests have done viuK-uce to the /. Jiag. C. 11. ask now the priests concernini; the /. Z.eeh. 7. IC. lc:>t they sliould hear the /. arid words .\\\\\\\\Jal. C. 0. the /. of truth was in his mouth

    7. and they should seek the /. at his mouth

    H. .ve ha\\\\\\\\e caused many to stumble at the /.

    y. not kept my w av3, but have been partial in the /.

    4. 4. remember the /. of .MoSes my servant Mat. 5. 17. thir.k not I am come to oestro.v the /.

    18. one tittle shall in no wise pass from the /.

    40. and if anv man will sue thee at the /. 11. 13. tl:e/. prophesied till .lohn. Luke 16. 10. IC. 5. have ye not read in the /. how that on 22. 36. which is the ^reat commandment in /.

    40. on these two commandments iiansf all tlie /. C3. C3. have omitted the w eii;htier matters of the /. Luke 2. C7. to do for him after the custom of the /.

    5. 17. there were doctors of the /. sitting by li'. 17. than tor one tittle of the /. to fail

    John 1. 17. for the /. w as aiveti b.v ?doses, but grace

    45. him of whom Moses in the"/, did write

    7. ly. did not .Moses i:ive you the /. and yet none of vou kee|)etii the /.'w h.v i;o ve to kill me .' C3. that tlie /. ot .Moses shoul.i not be broken 40. people who kaowetli not the /. are cursed 5i. dotii our/. .ukLe an.v man before it hear him?

    8.5. now .Moses in the /. commanded us

    10. .34. is it not written in vour /. _ve are aods ?

    IC. 31. we have heard out of the /. that t. hri.-t

    15. £5. mi^ht be fulfilled what is written iu their/.

    18. 31. and |udi;e him accordiniMo vour /.

    Id. 7. we liave a /. and by our /. he'ouaht to die -lets 5. 31. then stood upGanialiel. a doctor of the /.

    6. 13. to speak blasphemous words against the /.

    7. 53. who have received tl:e /. bv anaels

    13. 15. after readinirof the /. and prophets

    30. ye could not be justified by the /. of Mosfs 15. 5. to command tiieiu to keep the /. of Mcses

    C4. ye must be circumcised and keeji the /. 18. 13. men to worship God contrary to tl;e /.

    15. but if it be a question of your /. look ve to it ly. :^;. the /. is oiien CI. Co. zealous of file /. CI. £4. but that thou thvseir keepest the /.

    C8. this is the man that tcai heth a;;ainstthe /. CC. 3. taUL;lit accordin.a to the manner of the /.

    1£. .An.niiies a d>-\\\\\\\\out man according to the /. C3. 3. fur sittest thou to .iudae me after the /. anil commandest me to he smitten coiitrarv to the /. C4. 6. and wonl.i liave luilaed accoroin-'to our /. C5. 8. nor aL'ain.-t the /. of tlie .lews, nor te-r.ple CM. C3. perMiadina theinoiit of the /. and i>ri/|il-.et.< Jd)m.C. IC. sinned m the /.shall be uu'.-ed hvthe/.

    1.3. not the hearers of tlie /. are lust beii re (.oil

    14. when IheGeiiules whiLh have iK^t th.e /. do !>y nature thiims contamed in tlie /. these having; not the /. are a /. unto llu-ms. Ives

    15. which shew the work of the /. writtcti in

    17. thou art called a .lew, and restest in tlie /.

    18. knowest, beiiia in-fructedout of the /. Co. which hast the form of the truth in the /.

    C3. tiiou that makes! thy boast of the /. th.rouch

    bieakiiiLi the /. dishonourest thou God '

    25. circumcision verilv proliteth it thou keep

    the /. but if thou he a breaker of the /.

    Co. therefore if keep the riiihteons'.iess of die /.

    C7. uncircumcision, if it fulhl the /. iudae fliee

    who bv circumcision dost trans.:iess the/.

    3. ly. we knovV what things soever the /. saith

    £0. bv the deeds of /. no flesh be iusiilie.i. f >r by tiie /. is the knowledae of sin, C8. (.

    31. do we make void the /. .' we est.d.lish the /.

    4. 13. fur the promise w;is not through the /.

    14. for if thev which are of the /. he heirs

    15. the /. wauketh wrath, for where no /. is liK be sure, not to that onlv which is of f];,- /.

    5. 13. for until the /. sin was in the world, but sin

    is not imputed where dure is no /.

    CO. the/, entered, that the olieiice luiiiht .ilM.iind

    7. 1. 1 s^eak to thtm which know the /. the /.

    hath dominion over a man a-- Ion- ,1.- he livetli

    o. the woman is bound hv the /. In her husband ;

    if he be (lead, she is loosed from the /. 3.

    4. ve also are become dead to the /. by Chriit

    5. the motions of sins which were by the /. 0. but now we are delivered from the/.

    7 is the /. sill r I had nut known sin but bv /. nor lust, except /. had sahi, thou shalt not covet

    8. for without the /. sm was dead

    p' the /. is hoh". and commandment liolv. just

    14. file /.is spiritual 10. the /. is-ood. 1 Tim. 1.8. •■1. I find then a/. 1 CC. I deli-ht in the /. of (iod C3. 1 See another /. warrin;; au'ainst the /. of iny

    mmd. bnnitin;; iiie into captivity to /. of sin C5. with mind 1 serve /. of (iod, tlesh. /. of sin B. C. the /. of life made me free from the /. of sin

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    Rom. 8. 3. for what the /. could not fJo, in that weak

    4. the liahteousness of the /. might be fiiltilleci 7. the carnal mind is not subject to the /. of God

    9. 4. to whom pertaineth the giving of the /. ai. Israel followed after the /. of righteousness 32. because they soujiht it by the works of tlie /.

    11). 4. Christ is the end of the /. for righteousness

    5. describes the righteousness which is of the I.

    13. 8. he that loveth another, hath fulfilled the /. 10. therefore love is the fulhlling of the /.

    1 Cot. C.l . ilare any of you go to /. before the unjust r

    6. but brother goeth to /. with brother

    7. because ye go to /. one with another

    7. 39. wife is bound by the /. as long as her husband y. 8. or saith not the /. the same also r

    14. 34. to be under ol>edience, as also saith the /.

    15. 56. of death is sin, and strength of sin is the /. Oal. 2. 16. man is not justified by the worksot the /.

    19. 1 thro'the/. aradead tothe/. that 1 might live 21. for if righteousness come by the /. then 3.2. received ye the .Spirit by the works of the /. .'' 5. miracles, doeth he it by the works of the /. .'

    10. as many as are of the works of the /.

    11. that no man is justified by the /. is evident

    12. and the /. is not of faith, but the man

    1.3. Christ hath redeemed us from the curse of /.

    17. the covenant in Christ, tlie /. cannot disannul

    18. if the inheritance be of the /. not of promise

    19. wherefore then serveth the /. .' it was added

    21. is the /. then against the promises ? if a /. had

    been given, righteousness had been by the /. 24. the /. was our scTioolmaster to bring us to Chr.

    4. 21. tell me, do ye not hear the /. .'

    5. 3. that he is a debtor to do the whole /.

    4. for whosoever of you are justified by the /. 14. alt the/, is fulfilled in one word, even in this

    23. temperance, against such there is no /. C. 2. bear ye, and so fulfil the /. of Christ

    13. nor themselves keep the /. but desire to have F.ph. 2. 15. having abolished in his Hesh the /. J^hil, 3. 5. as touching the /. a Pliarisee

    0. touching the righteousness in the /. blameless 9. not having mine own righteousness, of the /.

    1 I'im. 1. 7. desiring to be teachers of the /. 9. the /. is not made for a righteous man

    Tit. 3. 9. but avoid contentions about tlie /.

    lleh. 7.5. to take tithes of people according to the /.

    11. for under it the people received the l.

    12. there is made of necessity a change of the /. 16. not after the /. of a carnal commandment 19. for the /. made notliing perfect, but bringing 28. the /. maketh men high-priests, but the word

    of the oath which was since the /. maketh Son B. 4. there are priests offer gifts according to the /. 9. 19. when Moses had spoken according to the /.

    22. all things are by the /. purged withblood

    10. 1. the /. Iiaving a shadow of good things

    28. he that despised Moses' /. died without mercy Jam. 1 . 25. whoso looketh into perfect /. of liberty 2. 8. if ye fulfil the royal 1. ye do well

    9. and are convinced of the •'. as transgressors

    10. for whosoever shall keep the whole /.

    1 1 . if thou kill, thou art a transgressor of the /.

    12. they that shall be judged by the /. of liberty 4. 11. that speaketh evil of the /. and judgeth the /.

    1 John 3. 4. whosoever committeth sin transgresselh

    also the L for sin is the transgression of the /. See Book. LAW cj the Lord. 'Erod. 13. 9. that the Lord's I. may be in thy mouth

    2 Kings 10. 31. .lehu took no heed to walk in /. oj L. iChroji. 12. 1. Kehoboam forsook l.pj L.?caii Isr.

    31. 4. that they might be encouraged in the /. ojL.

    35.26. .losiah's goodness according to I. of L. hzra 7. 10. prepared his heart to seek the /. c/ Lord Psal. 1.2. Ins delight is in tlie /. oj the Lord, and in

    his law

    19. 7. the /. of the L. is perfect, converting the soul

    liy. 1. blessed are they w ho walk in the /. r/ Me L. Jsa. 5. 24. because they have cast aw ay the /. of L.

    •M\\\\\\\\. y. children that will not hear the /. of the Lord Jer. 8. 8. how do ye say, the /. of the Lord is with us Amos 2. 4. because they have despised the /. of the L. Luke 2. 39. had performed according to the /. of L.

    A^j/LAW. Etod. 16. 4. whether they will walk in my I. or no 2 (Jhrim. 6. 16. so that thy children walk in my I. J'sal. 78. 1. gi^eear, O my people, iomyl. incline

    89. 30. if his cliildren forsake my I. and walk Prov. 3. 1. my son, forget not my I. but keep

    4. 2. forsake not my /. I| 7. 2. keep rny I. as the apple J«a. 51. 7. the people in whose heart is mj; /. Jer. 6. 19. they have not hearkened unto my I.

    9. 13. because they have forsaken my I.

    10. 11. have forsaken me, and have not kept my I.

    26. 4. if ye will not hearken to walk in my I.

    31. 33. 1 will put my I. in their inward paits 44. 10. nor have they feared nor walked in my 1.

    E:ei. 22. 26. her priests have violated my I. llos. 8. J . because they trespasse

    27. 3. shall write on them the words of this /. K. 26. cursed that confirmeth not the words of this I.

    28. 58. if thou wilt not observe the woitls of this I. 29.29. that we may do all the wordsof ///»>/. 31.12. 31.9. Moses wrote this /. || 1 1 . thou shalt read this I.

    24. of writinff the wordsof this I. in a Imok

    32. 46. your children to do the words of this I.

    This is the "LAW. Lev. 6, 9. this is the I. of the burnt rfferins, 7. -37.

    14. this is the I. of meat offering \\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\ 25. of sin offering 7. l.Mi>»>Me/.of the trespass offering, it is holy

    1 1 . 46. this is the I. of the beasts and of the fow 1

    12. 7. <.i.>/Ae/. of her that hath born male and fern.

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    Lev. 13. 59. this is the I. of plague of lepr. 14.32,57.

    14. 54.M«> i> the I. for all manner of plag. of scall

    15. ."'.2. this is the I. of him that hath an issue A'«m. 5. 29. this is tlie I. of jealousies, when a wife

    6. 13. this is the I. of the M azarite, when days, 21. 19. 14. this is the I. when a man dieth in a tent /JeH(.4.44. this is the I. w hich Moses set hetore I srael Ezelc.i3.\\\\\\\\2.this is the /.of the house, on toi) of mount. Alal.T. 12. do to them, for this is the I. and prophets

    Thy LAW. Devt. 33. 10. they shall teach Israel thy I. i\\\\\\\\eh. 9. 26. they cast thy I. behind their backs 29. that thou mightest bring them again to thy I. 34. nor our kings, nor our princes kept thy I. Psal. 40. 8. yea, thy I. is within my heart 94. 12. chasteucst, and teachest hiin out of thy I. 119. 18. behold wondrous things out of thy I. 29. the way of lying, and grant me thy /.graciously .34. give me understanding, and I shall lieep thy I. 44. so shall 1 keep thy I. continually for ever 51. yet have 1 not declined from thy I. 53. because of the wicked that forsake thy 1. 55. 1 remembered thy name, and kept thy I. 61. have robbed me, but 1 have not foi gotten thy I. 70. their heart is fat, but 1 delight in thy I. 77. I may live, for thy I. is my delight, 92, 174. 85. the pioud digged pits ; which are not after 1. 1. 97. O how 1 love 1. 1. 1| leg. yet do 1 not forget 1. 1. 113. but/. /. do 1 love, 163. || 126. made void 1. 1. 136. waters run down, because they keep not /. /. 142. and thy I. is the truth || 150. are tar from thy I. 165. great peace have they who love thy I. Jer. 32. 23. tney obeyed not, nor walked in thy I. Dan. 9. 11. all Israel have transgressed thy I,

    Under the LAW. Horn. 3. 19. it saith to them that are under the I. 6. 14. for ye are not under the I. but under grace 15. shall we sin because we are not under the I. ?

    1 Cor. 9. 20. to them that are uiider the I. as under the

    I. tliat 1 might gain them that are under the I.

    21. not without law to God, but under I. to Christ

    Go/. 3.23. we were kept binder the 1. 1|4. 4. made k./.

    4. 5. sent his Son to redeem them that were under I.

    21. tell me, ye that desire to be under the I.

    Gal. 5. 18. if ye be led by Spirit, are not under the t

    Without LAW.

    2 Chron. 15. 3. a long season, Israel hath been w. I. Rom. 2. 12. as many as sinned uitlunit I. perish a. /.

    3. 21. the righteousness of Go

    Written in the LAW. 1 Kings 2. 3. as it is wrilteii in the I. of Moses, 2 Chron. 23. 18. I 25. 4. | 31. 3. Ezra 3. 2. Neh. 10. 34, 36. Dan. 9. 13. Luke 2. 23. 1 CAro«.l6.40.doaccordingtoallB)./.2CAr. 35.26. AWi. 8. 14. and they found writ, in the I. that Israel Dan. 9. 11. and the oath that is ttrit. in Lot Moses Luke 10. 26. w hat is urit. in the I. how readest thou .' 24. 44. all must be fulfilled, which were arit. in /. Acts 24. 14. believing all things that are tcrit. in I. 1 Cor. 0. 9. it is u. I. \\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\ 14.21. in the /. it is written

    LAWS. Gen. 26. 5. Abraham kept my statutes and my /. Eiod. 16. 28. how long refuse ye to keep my /. .>" 18. 16. I do make them know the /. of Go

    14. and commandedst them statutes and /. Esth. 1. 19. to be written amongtlie/. of the Persians 3. 8. a certain people, their /. are diverse from all people, neither keep they the king's /. Psal. 105. 45. that they might keep his /. 7.1a. 24. 5. because they have transgressed the /. Ezek. 43. 11. shew them all the / thereof 44. 5. hear all the /. I| 24. they shall keep my /. Van.'. 'Jo. and think to change times and /.

    9. 10. nor have we obeyed to walk in his /. Deh. 8. 10. I will put my /. into their mind

    10. 10. I will put my /.'into their hearts

    LAWIUL. F.zral. 24. shall not be /. to impose toll on them Isa. 49. 24. shall the /. captive be delivered r Ezek. 18. 5. do that which is /. 21 . 27. 1 .33. 14,19.

    19. the son hath done that which is /. 33. 16. Mat. 12. 2. do w hat is not /. Mark 2. 24. Luke 6. 2. 4. was not /. for him to eat, Mark 2. 26. Luke 6. 4. 10. they asked him, is it /. to heal on the sabbath days ■ 12. MarkZ. 4. Luke 6. 9. 1 14. 3. 14. 4. it is not /. for thee to have her, Mark 6. 18. 19. 3. is it /. for man to put away wife '. Mark 10. 2. 22. 17. tell us, is it /. to give tribute to Cesar or not ? Mark 12. 14. Luke 20. 22. 27. 6. it is not /. to put them in the treasury John 5. 10. it is not /. for thee to carry thy lied

    18. 31. it is not /. for us to put any man to death Acts 16. 21 . teach customs w hich are not /. to receive

    19. 39. it shall be determined in a /. assembly 22. 25. is it /. for you to scourge a Roman r

    1 f.'or. 6. 12. all things are/, tome,/, forme, 10. 23.

    2 Cor. 12. 4. which is not /. for a man to utter

    LAWKULLY.

    1 Tim. l.R. the law is good, if a man use it /.

    2 Tim. 2. 5. yet is not crowned , except he strive /.

    LAWGIVEU. Cen. 40. 10. nor a /. from between his feet Num. 21 . 18. digged the well by direction of the /. iJ«(/..33.21. in a portion of the /. was he seated Psal. 60. 7. Gilead is mine, .ludah is my /. 1u8. 8. Jsa. 33. 22. the Lord is our /. and our king Jam. 4. 12. there is one /. who is able to Save

    LAWLESS. 1 Tim. 1. 9. tlie law is for the /. and disobedient

    LAWYEH. il7n/.22..35.onethat wasa/. asked him, Luke 10. 25. Tit. 3. 13. bring Zenas the /. and Aiwllos

    LAWYERS. Luke 7. .30. the I. rejected the counsel of God

    11. 45. then answered one of the /. and said 46.woeuntoyuu, /, 52. II 14.3. Jesusspake to/.

    LAY

    LAY, as with a woman. Gen. 19. 33. the first-born /. with her fathei , 34, 5i>. 30. 16. and Jacob /. with Leah that night 34. 2. Shechem /. with Uinah and defiled her .35. 22. Heuben went and /. with Hilhah Deut. 22. 22. man that /. with woman, both shall die 25. the man only that /. with her shall die 29. tlie man that /. with her give fifty shekels

    1 Sam. 2. 22. Eli heard they /. with the women

    2 Sam. 11. 4. she came, and he /. with her, 12.24. 13. 14. Amnon forced lamar and /. with her

    Ezek. 23. 8. for in her youth they /. with her

    LAY. Eiod. 5. 8. the tale of bricks ye shall /. upon them 16. 13. the dew /. round about the host, 14.

    21. 22. as woman's husband will /. upon him

    22. 25. neither shalt thou /. upon him usury Lev. 1. 7- and /. the wood in onler on the fire

    8. the piie.sts shall /. the parts in order, 12. 2. 15. thou shalt /. the frankincense thereon 6. 12. and /. the burnt-oflering in order upon it Num. 12. 11. alas, my Lord, /. not the sin upon us Deut. 7. 15. but will /. them on them that hate thee

    11. 25. shall /. the fear of you upon all the land 21. 8. /. not innocent bloo

    Josh. 2. H. they came to Hahab's house, and /. there

    8. 2. /. thee an ambush for the city behind it Judg. 16. 3. Samson /. till midnight, and arose Ruth 3. 8. and behold, a woman /. at his feet

    1 Sam. 3. 15. and Samuel /. till the moroing 11.2. and /. it for a reproach on all Israel

    25. t 25. let not my lord /. it to his heart

    26. 5. Saul /. in the trench, people about him, 7.

    2 Sam. 4. 5. Ishtiosheth, who /. on a bed at noon

    12. 3. ewe lamb eat of his meat, and /. in his bosora

    16. David /. all night on the earth, 13. 31.

    1 Kings 13. 31. /. my bones beside his bones

    18. 23. /. it on wood and put no tire under

    19. 5. and as he /. and slept under a juniper tree

    21. 27. Ahab fasted and /. in sackcloth

    2 Kings i. 34. he went up and /. upon the child 10. 8. /. ye them in two heaps at the gale

    2 Chr. 30. 21. long as she /. desolate, she kept sabb. y.'.v/A. 4. 3. many /. in sackcloth and ashes Ji'6 29. 19. the dew /. all night upon my branch .34. 23. he will not /. on man more than riiilit Psal. 7. 5. let him /. mine honour in the dust 38. 12. they that seek my life, /. snares for me 84. 3. found a nest, where she may /. her young Eccl. 7. 2. and the living will /. it to heart J.ta. 5. 8. woe to them that /. field to fielit

    10. + 6. give them charge to /. them a treading

    13. 9. to /. the land desolate, Ezek. .33. 28.

    11. I will /. low the haughtiness of the terrible

    22. 22. key of house of David /. on his shoulder 25. 12. and the fortress shall he /. low

    28. 16. behold, 1 will /. in Zion a tried stone

    17. judgment will 1 /. to the line, and righteousn.

    29. 21. that /. a snare for him that reproveth .30. .32. the staff which the Lord shall /. on him 34. 15. there shall the great owl /. and hatch .38. 21. a lump of figs, and /. it for a plaister

    47. 7. so thou didst not /. these things to thy heart 54. 11. I will /. thy stones with fair colours Jer. 6. 21. I will /. stumbling-block, Ezek. 3. 20. Ezek. 4. 1. take thee a tile, and /. it before thee 2. /. siege against it, .3. || 8. /. bands on thee 4. /. the iniquity of the house of Israel upon it 25. 14. 1 will /. my vengeance on Edom, 17. 28. 17- I will /. thee betore kings to behold thee 32. 5. i will /. thv flesh on the mountains, and fill .30. 29. and I will /. no famine upon you 34. the land shall be tilled, whereas it /. desolate .37. 6. I will /. sinews uixm you and bring flesh 42. 13. there /. the most holy thin;;s, 14. I 44. 19. Jonah 1. 14. O Lord, /. not on us innocent blood Mie. 1.7- the idols thereof will I /. desolate Mai. 2. 2. if ye will not /. it to heart, I will send a curse upon you ; because ye do not /. it to heart Mat. 8. 20. hath not where to 7. his head, Luke 9. 3li.

    23. 4. bind, and /. them on men's shoulders 28. 0. come, see the place where the Lord /.

    Marki. 4. the bed wherein the sick of the palsy /. Luke 19. 44. and shall /. thee even w ilh the ground John 5. 3. in these /. impotent folk, blind, halt

    11. 38. it was a cave, and a stone /. upon it Acts 7. 60. Lord, /. not this sin to their charge

    15. 28. to /. on you no greater burden than these

    27. 20. and no small tempest /. on us, all ho|)« Rom. 8. .33. /. any thing to the charge of God's elect

    9. 33. behold,,! /. in Zion a stumbling-stone 1 Cor. 10. 2. let every one /. by him in store Heb. 12. 1. let us /. aside every weight, and the sin Jam. 1. 21. wherefore /. apart all fillhiness

    1 Pet. 2. 6. 1 /. in Zion a chief cornerstone See Foundation. LAY doun. Cen. 19. 4. before they /. d. men of So

    1 .'iam. 3. 5. lie down, and Samuel went and /. d. 9 19. 24. .Saul /. donn naked all that day and night

    2 Sam. 13. 5. Jonadab said, /. thee doun on thy betl 6. so Amnon /. down and made himself sick

    1 Kings 14. + 20. Jeroboam /. doicn w ith his fathers J06 17. 3. /. douii now, put me in surety with thee Psal. 4. 8. I will /. me dimn in peace and sleep 104. 22. young lions /. them doan in their dens Ezek. 19. 2. thy mother /. doun among lions ylnios 2. 8. they /. themselves , 17

    18. I /. it d. of myself, I have power to /. 11 d. 13. 37. I will /. down my life for thy sake, .38. 15. 13. that a man /. doun his life tor his friends

    1 John 3. 16. we ought to /. d. our lives tor the bretb

    LAY hand. Gen. 22. 12, he said, /. not thy hand on the lad 37. 22. slied no blood, /. no /iand upon Joseph

    LAI

    Jlnxl. 7. 4. tliat 1 may /. my /land upon F.?y pt £^v. 3. C. /. his /laud on the head ot his ortermg, 8. i;i. /. his Aaiul on the he<«l ot the Hoat, 4. 24,

    4. 4. he shall /. his /laiul on the lmlhKk"s hea(f, 15. CO. he shall /. his hand t>\\\\\\\\i the sin otieriiii', ;i.'!.

    I\\\\\\\\Hm. C7. ]8. the Lord said, /. thy hand va Joshua Judy. 18. ly. /. thy hand upon thy moutli, and yo >.'.>;//. C. CI. and sought to [. hand on the kin^'

    9. C. to /. hand im such

    CI. 5. mark uie, and /. ymr hand upon yournioulli 40. 4. shall 1 answ. 1 w'ill /. my A-zwrfonniy mouth 41. 8. /. thv hand upon him. remember the battle Pro:-. 3,1. .jC. it tliou tlion;;hte\\\\\\\\ il. /. haiidon mouth J.'a. 11. 11. thev shall /. lln.'ir hand on 1 .Ouni Jilic. 7. It"), thev shall /. their hand on their mouth Mat. y. 18. coine, and /. thv hand on her

    \\\\\\\\.A\\\\\\\\ hands. Ler. 16. CI. .Aaron sliall /.both W\\\\\\\\>hand>oa theroat C4. 14. all that heard him /. llieir hand^ on head J\\\\\\\'«vi.8. IC.tlie I.evites /. their /j.nn the bidloiks i\\\\\\\\>/(. r.^. CI. if ve do so ai;ain, I will /. hand' on \\\\\\\\ on liith. .'?. 0. hethouiihtscorntu/. //.on .Monlec. alone A]al.':\\\\\\\\. ^t"i.tlieysoui;ht to /. /;. on him. l.uke'Z\\\\\\\\.\\\\\\\\. ly. Mark ij. C:i. come and /. tliy hand> on her Iti. 18. /. hand> on the siik. an i thev shall recover LuWn. IC. they siiall /. hands on you. and pcrsee. Act.' B. ly. on whomsoever I /. h. he may leceive

    1 Tim. b. CC. /. hand.' suddtnU on no man. nor be

    L.AV h.-ld. Deiit.lX. ly. then shall his talher /. h.ldfm him CC. CH. and /. hidd on her, and lie uith her

    2 .''am. 2. CI. /. thee h.'iil en one 01' the voun^' inen ] AVwos l:!.4. put torth his h.ind. savins', /. /oouliim /Ve; . .-i. 18. a tree 01 hie to them that /. /;./,/ on her /:<(•/. C, :i. and 1 somiht to /. /o on lolly, till 1 mj-ht ]'a. ,">. Cy. thev sh,ill roar, and /. //c/i/oii the prev Ja-. <>. C.'S. the>' shall /. h. Id "U bow and si'ear " Ztrh. 14. l.'i. every one shall /. /;. on his nei-hhour Mat. IC. 11. will he not /. h. on it, and lift it out : Mark :!. CI. his friends went out to /. /;,-/,/ on him

    IC. IC. thevsouHhtto /. h,>ld on him. but learea 1 'J'im.i'). IC. /. h,'/d on eternal lire, wheivunto, ly. Jiifi. 0. 18. tu /. /wid on the hope stt be.ore us

    l..\\\\\\\\-S' np. Ccn. 41. .".'). /. up corn under the hand of Pharaoh hr,'d. H''. C.i. /. up manna lor vou till the moriiinu' .S:i. /. }.p a potot" manna to beteiit f. r L'eneratiuns yum. 17. 4. shall /. thein np in the tabernacle

    ly. y. /. them H^iwithout tl.e cani) in a ilean place D,.ii1. 11. 18. /. vp these inv wonis m xom lieart 14. C.t. and shall / it vp wiiliin thy i;at.-s Ji'i^CC. CC. and I. up his words in tiiv heart

    C4. thm s' alt /. up i.-(dd as dust and stoK.'s J'r:>[ . 7.1./. "/' :ovcomu!audmeuts w ith tii-e

    10. 14. « ise men /. ?';; know led-e. but li;e l.iolish .V«f. I'l. ly. /. not up i'T \\\\\\\'ni trea^mes on earth.

    CO. /. ;/;; u r \\\\\\\\ouiieKes tri-a~u]i s iu heaven C ti r. IC. 14. ciiiluren nut ti /. up tor the i

    1,.\\\\\\\\V :.,nt. r-ra B. .11. delivere.l us tiom such as /. in -.aiit .P-al. 71. 10. that /. ::int Mr mv S"ul take counsel J'r.T. 1.11. bt us /. r..;;>t..r lif..od. let us lurk

    18. and!!:ev I.:, ait I.. r their omu blood, and lurk C4. 1,1 / nut -nit a-ainst the ri-l.teous Jtr. 5. Ctj. the\\\\\\\\ /. i^an a- he that settcth snares

    \\\\\\\\..\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\ :.a'U: C A'l'w.^t iy.C5. tr.atshonldest be to /. r.-. 7..n. ."7.C0. 7-1(7. :,. I'l. 1 will /. it :.a.'t,\\\\\\\\ it sliall not be pruned i:«X.;i5.4. 1 will /. thv cities ua.'ti', thou slialt

    ]:.Aii).

    Oen. 9. C.i. and /. it on both their shoulders CC. 0. Abraham took wood, and '. it on l.saac ,'iii. 41. .lacob /. the roO.s betiire the cattle :i8. ly. she went aw av. „nd /. bv her veil iVom her 48. 1 1. riLdit hand, and /. it on Kphraim's luad

    /.xcrf. C. .-i. she /. it iu the lla:.'S bv the river

    5. y. let more work be /. on the men

    CI, »i. he shall ^dve whatsoever is /. on him ]>int.'2f>. 0. the r.L'vptians /, on us hard bonda"e .loth. C. fi. with stalks ol tiaxshe had /. in order 7. C.I. they took and /. them out before the Lord J;td,;. y. C4, their blood be /. on .Abimelerli Jlnlh 4. 10. took the < hild, and /. it in her bosom C.Vvm. 18, 17. /.a ;ireatheapof stones on .Absalom 1 l\\\\\\\\ttu:.<. :i. CO. she arose and took inv s'ni. and /. it in lier lK>som.and /. her dead child in mv bosnm B. .'51. an oath be/, on him to cause. C Chr.m ''■' l:f. Cy. the proplu t /, the carca..,- on the ass :iO. he /. Iiiscarca.se in his own Luave 17- ly. he carried him up, and /. him on his own bed C hint)' 4. CI. she went, and /.him 011 the bed y. C.i, the lord/, this burd.i, on him CO. 7. anri they look and /. it <.ii the boil "C r/ir..«. CI. y. .Moses /. on Israel in the wilderness .V,/c l:f. ,',, where they /. the meat otbriiiLs JeA Ci. C, and my caUmitv /. in the balan.es 18. 10. the snaie is /. lor him in the ground :i8. ('j. or who /. the ( orni r st( ue thereof V.'al. CI, ,5. honour and maiestv hast /. on him .-il, 4, pull me out of tlie net thev have /. lor me 4(>, 14. like sheep thev are /. in the i;rave (ifi. y, to be /. in the balanre, Ihev are vanity 79. 1, Ihev have /. .lerusalem ..,, lieaps SB. fi. thou iiast /. me in the lowest pit *9. ly. 1 have /. help upon one that is mi;;htv lai. 18. leet hurt with lettirs, he «as / in iioii 119. 3(1. thy |udi:ments have I /. U'toie me

    110, the wi>ked have/, a snare forme, 141. O l:t9. ,"5, thou hast /. thme band upon me 14C. ."i. they have privilv /. a sn.u'e bir me J.«J. 6. 7, and he /.it up..n my mouth, and said 42,25. it liurned him, vet /. it not to heart, ;)7. II. 47.fi. thou hast very hVavily /. Iliy voke 53, 6, tlie I oril /.on him the inii|uiiv of us all ./fr,50. 24. 1 have /, a snare t. r Ihee.'o Paiivlon £.zek. ,H2. 19. I>e thou /. with the uncircumcised ,3:«. 29. when 1 have /. the laud most des,, Lite .15. 12. linst spoken, saviin;, thev are /. desojatp i/

    LAI

    Obad. 7. they have /, a wound under thee Jonah 3. 0. he arose and /. his robe from him .Mil-. 5. 1. now frather, he liath /. sietre ai.'ainst us Hah. C. 19. it is?, over with i^old and silver Hay. C. 15. Irom before a stone was /. on a stone Zech. 3. y. behold the stone that I have /.

    7. 14, for thev /. the pleasant land desolate Mat. 3. 10, now the a.\\\\\\\\e is /. to the root, Luke?>. 0.

    C7. ('(,1, he /.it iu his own new tomb, and rolled Mark 7, .30. and her dauiditer/. on the bed

    1,5. 47, and .Marv beheld where he was /.

    16. t'l. behold the place w here they /. him I.ukt C. 7, her tiist born ano /, him in a nian<:er

    lb. CO, Lai:aius was /. at bisiiate full or sores

    C.i. 53. wherein never man be fure was/-,A'//« ly, 41. J'hn 11.31. and said, wiiere have ye /, him -

    13.4. /. aside his ^rarments and took a towel

    ly. 4C. there /. tliey .lesus therefore, berause

    Co. C. we know not where they have /.him, 13, .■ict.s 3.C, whom thev/. at the ^ate of the temple

    4. 37. and /. the m( ney at the apostles' feet, 5. C.

    5. 15. /. them on beos and couches, that at least

    y. 37. vvheii washed, tiiey /. her in an upper chamb.

    13. .3d. David was /, to his fathers. a!;d saw corrupt.

    C3. cy. nothiui; /. to his cban;e worthy of death

    '2;^. 7. /. inan.v complaints tiiey could not i)rove

    lo. coucernius tne ciime /, a-aiust \\\\\\\\iv.:\\\\\\\\ 1 I'rr. y. lb. neces-itv is /. upon me. wue to me C Jim. 4, 10, 1 play 'it be not /. to their ciiaiiie ,>tL Tor s HA'rUi.N. L.AU) «■,.:.«. ./<«//. C. 8. before thev were /. do:.n. she came np

    4. 8. carrieil them, and /. them

    CI. 4. .Ahab came and /. him Mii:i Jcr.t 4. .35. ami /. the:ii do:.n at the apostles' leet'

    7. 5!',. the witnesses /. d. their clothes at ayoun^' }lvm. 16. 4. wlio for my lite /. rf.T. ;/ their necks 1 Jvhn 3. 10. because he /. dn:. n his life tor us

    L.All) hand. Erod. C4. 11. anrl on the nnbles he /. not his hand C .Sam. 13. ly. laniar /. her //. on her head, crvins ll'th. 8.7, because he /. his handon the lews

    9. 10. but they /. not theii /;. on the sp(.il, 15, It".. Ji'h cy. y. tlie induces /. tneir hand on tlieir mouth I'.'a/. 130. 5. thou hast /. thme hand upon me j:--tk. 3.1, CI. my hand xlat 1 have /. on them llti. 1. 17. he/, his ri4;ht hand upon me, saving

    L.All) hand'. ' "

    I'l. 8. 14. .Aaron and his sons /. tlieir //. on. IP,. CC. .\\\\\\\\nm. '2'. C3. Moses /. his h. on .losnua, /', .r, 34. o. C h'inas 11, lii. and tlie v /.//««./.■ (.n her. C ('/(/. C3. 15 C ( hr. cy. C:i. they /. their hand.'- . 'U the l;p--oals (had. 13. nor have /. hand.f on their substance Mat. 18. C8. he /. hand.' and took him bv the throat ly. 15. and he/, bis hand.' on them, anil departed Co. 5,1. thev (ame and /.//, on .lesus, .MarkU.A6. Mark 6. 5. save that he /. hand.' on a lew sick folk J.vk, 4. 40. he /. his hands on every one of them

    13. 13. he /. his hand.' on her. she w'as made straiL:ht .Jiihn'. :iO. but no man /. hand.' on him. 44. 8. CO. .]cts 4. 3. and the.v /. Iiands on the apostles, 5. 18. 0. o. had praye.i. they /. hand' on the deaci lis B. 17. then /. thev their /(««,',,■ c.n them, and thev 13. 3. thev /. their hand.' on Paul an.i Parnaba's ly. ('.. anil when Paul had /. his hand' on them CI. C7. stirre.l up the people, and /. hands on Paul ca. 8. Paul /. hands on Publi.is' father, and healed

    L.All) hold. C.Di. ly. 10. the men /. h.on Lot's hanil and his wife's .hidp. ly.cy.took a knite. and /. h, /..'on Ids concubine 1 .V/w. 15. C7. ■'^aul /. //.on .•Samuel's skirt, and it rent C Chr,

    L.All) ;/;;. (hii. 30. 10. and she /. up hisijarment bv her 41. 48. loseph /. up tood ill the cities i.'r, (.'. 10. C4. they /. it up till the morning', as Moses

    .it. .Aaron /. uji the pot of manna to be kept .^»//.■. 17. 7. M.ises /.;//) the roils l.elore tiie 1 crd Iknt. :;■:. 3t. is not this /. //// in store with me - 1 .s,/,/,. 10. ^j. Samuel /. it //// before the L< nl CI. IC. David /. ///. these words iu his heart C hinas Co. 17. which thv tatlurs /. ///) in store /zraiK 1. wliire treasures v> ere /. I// in I'-abv 1. n ./■■//C3t IC. 1 have /. //.//thewordsofhisiroiith /'>.//. .1. 10. thou hast /. I/;, lor them that fear thee I'ro;. 13. CC. wealtliof sinners is /. t/;/ for the just Cant. 7. 13. fruits which I have /. up lor thee Jsa. 10. Ci!. .It .Mil hiiiasli he /. 7//> his (arriaires 15.7. that /. up shall thev Pabvlon .Jir. .30. CO. th.v /. i/;)the roll in the < hamber /.ukt- 1. t"ii'.. all /. them //;• m tin ir hearts. s;,vinir IC. ly. siad.lhou bast much l'i-kIs/. ;/;. b.ryears 19. CO. thv pound I have kept /. i/;< in a napkin '■/./. 1. 5. for the hope which is/, upioy you C Jim.i. 8. is /. up b.rme a crow n ot ri;;hteousncss

    L.All) -..ait. Judy. 9. 3L and Ihev /, r.Y///aL.ainst Shechem

    10. C. thev i.:.ait all ir^ht Uir Samson in the gate 1 ■•'am. 15. C. Amaiek /. :.ait for him in the wav

    5. and Saul came and /. -rait in the valley ,/■./; 31. 9. or if I have /. :.aii at mv neiiibboui's door /.am. 4. ly. thev /. ::ail tor us in "the wilderness .las 'CO. 3. w hen the .lews /. uait for him, C3. 30,

    LAID :.a.'te. Psal. 79. 7, for thev /, -.iaste his dwelling place 7ja. 1.5.1. A rand Mr /, r/u.tfe i C3,l. I vie, it i^/.uastc C3. 14, howl, ye ships, your strenttli is l.:.asie .37. 18. the kints of Assyria/, aaitcM the nations

    LEA

    Isn. 64. 11. and all pleasant things are /. waste Jer. 4. 7. thv cities shall be /. xaste without an in habitant, Lztk. 0. 0. 1 12. CO. 1 ly. 7. 1 Cy. 12.

    C7. 17- ^v hcrefore should this citv be /. t. astt .' l.zik. 'CO. C. 1 shall |.e replenished" now she is /. ua'te ,/. 1/ 1, 7, /. niy vine uastt. and barked mv tis-tree .y»i<'..7.9. the sanctuaries of Isr. shall be f. uasie .\\\\\\\\ah. 3. 7. all shall liee and sav, Nineveh \\\\\\\\il.i.aste Mai. 1, 3, i /, las herita-e :.aiic for dra^'cns

    LAIDF..s.r. Psal. 60. 11. thou /, aftliction on our loins Lukt ly, CI, thou takest up that thou/, not down

    LAIN. JohnQO. 12, where the body of Jesus had /.

    LA VLSI. Xiim. 11. 11. thou /.the bur. ienof tl.is perpleon rr.e 1 .>am. 'C8. y. vv heretore /. thou a snare tor 11 v lire :

    LAY bin. Jrh Cl.iy. God /, up his iniquity for his children

    CI. IC. f.)iilcriethout.yet(;od"/. not lollv to th. ■■!

    41. CO. the sword of him tliat/. at him cai."iiot hold Psal. .33. 7. he /. np the depth in siore-houses

    104. 3. he /.tlie beams of his chaiubeis iu v\\\\\\\\ attrs l^ro:. 2.7. he /. up w is '.om for the ri-httous

    13. 10. deals with knov\\\\\\\\ ledije. butafool /.open folly

    CO. C4, dissembleth, and /. up deceit w itii iom

    31. ly. she '. her hauiis to th.e spiniile. her I. an. is J'ri.io. 5. the loftv citv he /. low to the i-iounu

    50.. C. blessed is the man that /. hold on it

    57. 1. riiihieous perisheth, and no man/, it to heart .Ur. y. 8. in heart he /. wait IC. 11. /. ir toli.-art /ti-h. IC. 1. Lord /. tile foundation of tl-.e earth J. like IC. CI. so is he t.iat /. up treasure f'. r 1 imstlf

    15, 5, found, he /, it on his shoulders reii ici:;;;

    LAYINC;, J\\\\\\\\ nm. 35. CO. or hurl at him by /. wait, that he file

    CC. have cast on him an.v thinu' w itiioiit /. wait Ps/il. Ot. 5. they coumume ,"f /. snares privily Mark 7. 8. tor /. aside tiie commanoment of "God Luke 11. 54. /. wait for him, and seekim;' to catcii .•/cVj-8. 18. that throm^h /. on of tlieapostlts' hands

    0. C4. but their /. wait was known or Saul

    C3. 10. Paul's kinsmen :...•;; • ; ;; , .y I. m wait C,5, 3, send for him, /. ■'. .■,:.■ '. to kill him

    1 7'/"/. 4. 14. with /. en . : •.. . ..:. > t:.e pitsb.v tery 0. 1'.i. /, up in store a u. ■ .i ;.:;;. ,;.,-.;i.n t. r tin.e to Ihb. 0. 1. not /.ai.'ain tile I.undatii n of re; emance

    C, of doctrine or baptisms, and of /. on or liaii.is 1 Pet. C. 1. /. aside all malice, yuile, and liv pocrisies.

    Lb AD." r.rod. 15. 10. thev sank as /. in the mi-htv wat. rs yum. 31. CC. and the /. that may alide tlie I;re ,/. h 19. C4. tliat they were iuaven w itii iron and /. .Ur. 0. cy. the /. is'consumed of the lire 7:iX-. 'CC. IB. Ihev are/, in the mi.ist or the furnace 'CO. as they iiatfier /. s.i will I uather you in aii-er C7. IC. with iron. tin. ami /. larsliish traib-.i in :.-,irs Zeeh. 5. 7. behol.l. there was lifted up a talent or /. 8. he cast the weiiilit of /. on the mouth thereof ' Ll'.Al) Siiinifies, [1] 7',) nnide or conduct. Psal. 31. 3. I 131, 10, [C] PoU-.e. 1 dim, C, C. [3] lo yo:,rh or ,:',- reel, Horn. 8. 14. [4] Jo seduce y C Inn. 3. 0. Oj 7'i. :/(///(■. Prov. B. t .J.!. Ceil. .33. 14. I will /. onsoftlv as the cattle 7:.r,irf. 13. CI. a pillar of cloud to /. ti eiu ti;e way .'iC, 34, now 00. /.the peojile to tlie place yiim.'2'. 17. which mav /, them out and brimr J>,nt.4. C7. whither the Lord shall /. v..n, CS. .57, CO, 0, thev shall make captains to /. file pe.-ple ,'iC, IC, so'the Lord alone did /. him. there vias .Indy. 5. IC. arise. I'larak, /. thv c. ptivitv cap-ive 1 .Vjot, :;o. CC. thev mav /, them awav and 01 part C Chrou. 30. y. find c.impassion bei. re tliem tL.iT /. .\\\\\\\\

    01. C. /. me to the rock that is hii^h.er than I

    1C5. 5. /. them fonh with the w..rk. rs of iniquity

    13.1. 10. even there .shall thine h,md /. im- CI. and /. me m the wav everlastiii-

    14:!. 10. /. me into the laiul of upri;;litnt ss /V,.;.i;.. CC. when thou iioest, it shall /. ti.ce

    li. CO. I /. in the wav of liiihteousiu-s Cant. 8. C. 1 would /. thee to mv moiher's house Jsa. 3. IC.tllev that /. thee cmse thee to eir

    11. 0. and a little child shall /.them

    CO. 4. the kim; of' .\\\\\\\\~^v 1 i.i /. r.L'vpitiar.s prisoners

    40. 11. he Shall i^.-uilv /. th. se that are w ith voiu:!;

    4C. It). I will /. them in paths not kn..v.. n

    40. 10. that hath mercy on them, sh,dl /, them

    ,"17. IB, 1 will /. h.im, a"ud restore couil.rt.

    03. 14.sodiost thou /. tin people to make ,/. r. 31.0. with supplications will 1 /. them

    .iC. 5. and he shall /. /edekiah to P^ahv Ion .\\\\\\\\///i. C. 7. h.er ni.dds /. her, aswiih voice of dov.j .l/,//.0. 13. /. us not into ten ptation. I.i,i, W.A.

    15. 14. if the blind /. tlie bliiul, J.ul, (".. ,S..i. .Mark 13. 11. whelithcv shall/, v ou all.! .1. liver up

    II. 44. take him an. I /. him awav sal. ly I like 13. 15. loose his o\\\\\\\\ ami /. him m w .iterim: .lets 13. 11. he went ab.iut seekim: souie t.. /. hi"! 1 ( ..r. y. 5. Iiave we not power to/. al>out ,1 sister ? 1 Tim. C. C. we mav /. a iiuiet li:e in i;o.iliniss C '/y./i 3. /. ciplive sillv women la.b 11 u iili sif.!» //, /.. !!. 0. to /. them out ..i the land ol 1 tv pt IU: 7. i7. the Umib shall feed and /, them

    LI'.ADI.H. 1 Chr. IC, C7. Jeboiada was /, ot the Aaronites

    13. 1, David consult.il will. capt:iins and ever y /. Isa. 55. 4, 1 have viv'-nbim a /. to the people

    ILADIKS. C Chron. ,3C. CI. Tonl sent an ancel which cut ofT /, /..//. '1. 10. the /. ot this people (aiise them to err

    14.* y. itstirieth up all the /. of the earth p.zek. 4. < C. set chief /. aiainst it round at)Out .Vat. 15. 14. they 1m- blind /. of the blind

    LKADLSC. Psal. 80, 1, thou that /. Joseph like a flock X 273

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    LEADETII. I Sxm. 13. 17. turned to the way that /. to Ophrah Job 12. 17. he /. counsellors away spoiled 19. he /. princes away spoiled, and overthroweth + 23. he enlarceth the nations and /. in Psal. 23. 2. he 1. me beside the still waters

    3. he /. me in the paths of righteousness Prov. 16. 29. /. him into the way that is not g-ood Jsa. 48. 17. 1 am the Lord thy (jod which I. thee Mat.T. 13. wide is the way Uiat /. to destruction

    14. narrow is the way that /. to lite, few tind it Mark 9. 2. .lesus /. them into an high mountain John 10. 3. he calleth his sheep and /. them Acts 12. 10. the iron gate that /. into the city Rom. 2. 4. the goodness of God /. to repentance ££v. 13. 10. he that /. shall go into captivity

    LEAI.

    Signifie:, [1] The product or clothing of trees and plants. Gen. 8. 11. [2] An evideTue of grace, Fsal. 1. 3. [3] A form of godlmess, or a bare profession of Christianity, uithout the fruit of righteousness, Mat. 21. 19. [4] The least cause of fear. Lev. 26. 36.

    The leaves were for the healing of the nations, Bev. 22. 2. Grace from Christ, the tree of life, /leals his people ahom he chooses out of all na- tions, and gtves them perfect freedom from all spiritual diseases.

    Gen. 8. 11. and lo, in her mouth was an olive I.

    Lev. 26. 36. sound of a shaken /. shall chase tliem

    Job 13. 25. w ilt thou break a /. driven to and fro ?

    Psal. 1. 3. his /. also shall not wither, shall prosper

    Isa. 1. 30. shall be as an oak, whose /. fadeth 34. 4. their host fall as a /. IS 64. 6. we fade as a /.

    Jer. 8. 13. there shall be no grapes, the /. shall fade 17. 8. but her /. shall be green, and not be careful

    Esek. 47. 12. /. shall not fade, the /. for medicine LEAVES.

    Gen. 3. 7. they sewed fig /. and made aprons

    Isa. 6. 13. as an oak, when they cast their /.

    Jer. 36. 23. when Jehudi read three or four /.

    JLtek. 17. 9- it shall wither in all the /. of her spring

    Dan. 4. 12. /. thereof fair, 21. II 14. shake off his /.

    Mat. 21. 19. nothing thereon but /. Mark 11. 13. 24. 32. his branch puttetli forth /. Mark 13. 28.

    JRev. 22. 2. the /. were for the healing of the nations LEAVES for doors.

    1 Kings 6. + 32. the /. of the doors were of olive trees .34. the two /. of the one door were folding

    £iek. 41. 24. doors had two /. apiece, two /. lor one LEAGUE.

    Josh. 9. 6. make therefore a /. with us, 11.

    15. Joshua made a /. with the Gibeonites, 16. Jvdg. 2. 2. make no /. with the inhabitants of land

    1 Ham. 22. 8. my son hath made a /. with David

    2 Sam. 5. 3. king David made a /. with them

    1 Kings 5. 12. Hiram and .Solomon made a /. 15. 19. there is a /. between me and thee

    2 Chron. 16. 3. go break thy /. with Kaasha king of Job 5. 23. shall be in /. with the stones of the field £zek. .30. 5. men of the land that is in /. shall fall Dan. 11. 23. after the /. he shall work deceitfully

    LEAN. Gen. 41. 3. kine came out of the river /.-fleshed, 19.

    4. the /.-fleshed eat up the seven fat kine, 20. Num. 13. 20. what the land is, whether fat or /. 2 Ham. 13. 4. why art thou beins the king's son /. Isa. 17. 4. the fatness of his tiesh shall wax /. X'sei. 34. 20. I will judge between fat cattle and /. Zeph. 2. 1 11. Lord make /. the gods of the earth

    LEANNESS. Job 16. 8. my /. rising up in me. beareth witness Ps. 106. 15. gave request, but sent /. into their soul Isa. 10. 16. Lord shall send among his fat ones /. 24. 16. but 1 said, my /. m^ /. woe unto me Mic. 6. 1 10. the measure ot /. is abominable

    LEAN Sisnifies, [1] To incline or rest against, Judg. 16.

    26. [2] To trust or depend upon, 2 Kings 18. 21.

    [3] Spiritually by faith and love to cleave to and

    rely upon. Cant. 8. 5. Jvdg. 16. 26. that I may /. on the pillars 2 Kings 18. 21. on whicTi if a man /. ha. .36. 6.' Job 8. 15. shall /. on his house, but it shall not stand Prov. 3. 5. /. not to thine own understanding Mic. 3. 11. yet will they /. on the Lord, and sav

    LEANED. Judg. 16. + 29. the middle pillars on which he /. 2 .•iam. 1. 6. behold, Saul /. upon his spear 2 KinpsT. 2. then a lord, on w hose hand the kine /. t; Chron. 32. + S.people /. on tlie words of Hezekiah £sek. 29. 7- when they /. on thee, thou brakest Amos 5. 19. /. his hand on wall, a serpent bit him John 21. 20. who also /. on his breast at supper

    LEANETH. Jium. 21. 1 15. brooks /. on the border of Moab 2 .Sflm. 3. 29. not fail one that /. on a staff 2 Kings 5. 18. /. on my hand in the house of Rimm.

    LEANING. Cant. 8. 5. that cometli up /. on her beloved John 13. 2.3. now there was /. on Jesus' bosom Meb. 11. 21. Jacob worshipped, /. on top of his staff

    LEAP Signifies, [1] To skip, or jump to and fro. Acts 3. 8. I 14. 10. [2] Tu come violently and .mddejily

    iipott. Acts 19. 16. [3] To rejoice and be glad,

    Isa. 35. 6. Oen. 31. 12. all the rams which /. on the cattle X£v. 11. 21. have le^ to /. withal upon the earth Devt. 33. 22. and of Dan, he shall /. from Bashan Job 41. 19. burning lamps, and sparks of fire /. out Pial. 68. 16. why 7. ye, ye high hills, this is the hill Jsa. 35.6. then shall the lame man /. as an hart Joel 2. 5. like the noise of chariots shall they /. Zeph. 1. 9. shall punish those that /. on the threshold Licke 6. 23. rejoice ye in that day, and /. tor joy

    LEAPED. Gen. 31. 10. the rams which /. upon the cattle SSom.22.30.bymy God, l/.overawall, Pj.18.29. 1 Kings 18. 26. they /. upon the altar which was JLuie 1.41. the babe /. in her womb for joy, 44. Acts 14. 10. stand upright, and he /. and walked 274

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    Acts 19. 16. he in whom evil spirit was, /. on them LEAPING.

    2 Sam. 6. 16. IMichal saw David /. and dancing

    Cant. 2. 8. behold he cometh /. on the mountains

    Acts 3. 8. and he /. up, stood and walked, entered LEARN

    Signifies, [1] To receive instruction, 1 Cor. 14. 31. 1 lini. 2. 11. [2] To imitate. Mat. 11. 29. [3] To take heed, 1 lim. 1. 20. [4] To know, or hear one's opi>iio7i, or sentiment concerning any thing. Gal. 3. 2. [5] To practise, Psal. Ili6. 35.

    No man could learn that song. Rev. 14. 3. Hone of the antichristian party could join in this pure gospel-worship ; they could not learn to ascribe poner, riches, wisdom, honour, glory, and blessing to Jesus Christ alone ; but gave Christ's honour and glory to tlie Virgin Mary, angels, saints, ^c.

    Dent. 4. 10. that they may /. to fear me, 14. 23. 5. 1. that ye may /. them, and keep and do them

    17. 19. he shall read therein, that he may /. to fear

    18. 9. thou shalt not /. to do after the al)ominations 31. 12. they may hear, and /. and feai' the Lord

    13. that their children may /. to fear the Lord Psal. 119. 71. that I might/, thy statutes, 73. Prov. 22. 25. lest thou /. his ways and get a snai'e Isa. 1. 17. /. to do well, seek judgment, relieve 2.4. neither shall they /. war any more, Mic. 4. 3.

    26. 9. the inhabitants of world shall /. righteousness

    10. yet will not the wicked /. righteousness 29. 24. they that murmured shall /. doctrine

    Jer. 10. 2. /. not the way of the heathen 12. 16. if they will diligently /. ways of my people

    Mat. 9. 13. but go and /. what that meaneth 11. 29. /. of me, for I am meek and low ly

    24. 32. /. a parable of the fig-tree. Mark 13. 28. 1 Cor. 4. 6. that ye might /. in us not to think

    14. 31. may all prophesy one by one, that all may /. .35. if they will /. any thing, let them ask Gal. 3. 2. this would 1 /. of you, received ye Spirit

    1 Tim. 1. 20. that they may /. not to blaspheme

    2. 11. let the woman /. in silence with all subjection

    5. 4. let them /. first to shew piety at home 13. and withal they /. to be idle, wandering about

    Tit. 3. 14. let ours /. to maintain good works Rev. 14. 3. no man could /. that song but 144,000

    LEARNED. Gen. 30. 27. tarry, for I have /. by experience Ps. 106. 35. among the heathen, and /. their works

    119.7- when 1 shall have /. thy righteous judgments Prov. 30.3. 1 neither /. wisdom, nor have knowledge Isa. 29. 11. which men deliver to one that is /. 12. to him that is not /. he saith, 1 am not /.

    50. 4. the Lord God hath given me the tongue of the /. he wakeneth mine ear to hear as the /. Ezek. 19. 3. it /. to catch the prey, it devoured, 6. John 6. 45. every man that hath /. of the Father

    7. 15. knoweth this man letters, having never /. Acts 7. 22. Moses was /. in all the w isdom of Egypt Rom. 16. 17. contrary to the doctrine ye have f. Eph. 4. 20. but ye have not so /. Christ Phil. 4. 9. those things ye have /. and heard, do

    11. I have /. in every state to be content

    Col. 1. 7. as ye /. of Epaphras our fellow-servant

    2 Tim. 3. 14. but continue tliou in the things thou

    hast /. knowing of whom thou hast 7. them Heb. 5. 8. though he were a son, yet/, he obedience

    LEARNING. Prov. 1. 5. a wise man will hear and increase /. 9. 9. teach a just man, and he will increase in /. 16. 21. the sweetness of the lips increaseth /. 23. the heart of the wise addeth /. to his lips Dan. 1.4. whom they might tearh/. of the Chaldeans

    17. God gave them skill in all /. and wisdom yjf/f 26.24. Festus said, much /. doth make thee mad Rom. 15.4. for things were written for our /. 2 Tim. 3. 7. ever /. and never able to come to truth

    LEASING. Psal. 4. 2. how long will ye seek after /. f 5. 6. thou shalt destroy them that speak /.

    LEAST Signifies, [1] The smallest piantity. Num. 11. 32. [2] Most humble and loaly, Luke 9. 48. [3] The meatiest person, or one of the least judgment, skill, and erperience, Judg. 6. 15. Called least in the kingdom of heaven. Mat. 5. 19. Shall be of little or no value and esteem in the cliurch of God, and without true repentance, shall never come into the kingdom of glory . Gen. 32. 10. not worthy of the /. of the mercies Num. 11. .32. that gathered /. gathered ten homers Judg. 6. 15. I am the /. in my father's house

    1 Sam. 9. 21. my family, the /. of all families

    2 Kings 18. 24. one captain of/, of master's servants Jer. 49. 20. /. of Hock shall draw them, 50. 45. Amos 9- 9. not the /. grain fall upon the earth Mat. 2. 6. art not the 7. among the princes of Judah

    5. 19. shall break one of these /. commandments,

    shall be called /. in the kin^rlom of heaven

    11. 11. John Baptist, he that is /. in the kingdom

    of heaven, is greater than he, Luke 7. 28.

    13. .32. which indeed is the /. of all seeds

    25. 4<1. as ye have done it to the /. of these, 45. Luke 9. 48. he that is /. among you, the same shall

    12. 26. if ye be not able to do that which is /.

    16. 10. he that is faithful in the /. unjust in /.

    1 Cor. 6. 4. set them to judge who are /. esteemed 15. 9. for 1 am the /. of the apostles, not meet Lph. 3. 8. who am less than the /. of all saints

    See Greatest.

    At the LEAST. Gen. 24. 55. damsel abide with us, at the I. ten days Judg. 3. 2. at the I. such as before knew nothing

    1 Sam. 21. 4. if kept themselves at I. from women Luke 19. 42. hadst Known at I. in this thy day Acts 5. 15. that at the I. the shadow of Peter passing

    LEATHER.

    2 Kings 1.8. an hairy man. girt with a girdle of/.

    LEATHERN. Mat. 3. 4. John had a /. eirdle about his loins

    LEAVE Signifies, [1] Licence or permission, Num. 22. 13.

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    Mark 5. 13. [2] To depart from, John 16. 28 [3] To bid farewell to. Acts 18. 18. [4] Not to- duell or live with. Mat. 19. 5. [5] To lay dozen. Mat. 5. 24.

    LEAVE, Substantive. Num. 22. 13. for the Lord refuseth to give me /. to

    1 Sam. 20. 6. David earnestly asked /. of me, 28. Neh. 13. 6. after certain days obtain. 1 /. of the king Mark 5. 13. and forthwith Jesus gave them /. John 19. 38. Pilate gave him /. to take away body Acts 18. 18. Paul took his /. of the brethren

    21. 6. when we had taken our /. one of another

    2 Cor. 2. 13. taking my /. I went to Macedonia

    LEAVE. Gen. 2. 24. shall a man /. father and mot. and cleave to his wife. Mat. 19. 5. Mark 10. 7. Lph. 5. 31. 33. 15. let me /. with thee some of the folk 42. 33. /. one of your brethren here with me 44. 22. the lad cannot /. his father, if he /. him Eiad. 16. 19- let no man /. manna till the morning 23. t 5. cease to /. thy business, thou shalt /. it

    11. what they /. the beasts of the field shall eat Lev. 7. 15. not /. any of the peace ofl^ering, 22. 30.

    16. 23. shall put ott' garments and /. them there 19. 10. thou shalt /. them for tlie poor, 23. 22.

    Num. 9. 12. /. none of the passover till morning 10. 31. and he said, /. us not, I pray thee 32. 15. will yet again /. them in the wiloeiaess X>e'i/r.28.51.shallnot/. thee either com, wine, 01 oil- Si. the remnant of children which he shall /. Josh. -4. 3. and /. them in the lodging place Judg. 9. 9. the olive said, should 1 /."my fatness

    13. vine said, should I /. my wine, which cbeereth Ruth 1. 16. Ruth said, entreat me not to /. thee

    1 Sam. 9. 5. lest my father /. caring for the asses 14. .36. Saul said, let us not /. a man of them 25. 22. if I /. of all that pertain to him

    2 Sam. 14. 7. shall not /. to my husband a name

    1 Kings 8. 57. let him not /. us nor forsake us

    2 Kings 4. 43. they shall eat and shall /. thereof

    13. 7. nor did he /. of the people but fifty horsemen 1 Chron. 28. 8. may possess this good land, and /. it Ezra 9. 8. grace from L. to /. us a remnant to escape

    12. /. it for an inheritance to your children for ever Neh. 4. t 2. the Jews, will they /. to themselves

    5. 10. I pray you let us /. off this usury

    6. 3. why should the w ork cease w hilst I /. it .' 10. 31. that we would /. tlie seventh year

    Job 39. 11. or wilt thou /. thy labour to him ? Ps. 16. 10. thou wilt not/, my soul in hell, ActsQ. 27.

    17. 14. they /. their substance to their babes

    27. 9. thou hast been my help, /. me not, 119. 121. 49. 10. they die and /. their wealth to others 141. 8. O God, my trust, /. not my soul destitute

    Prov. 2. 13. who /. the paths of uprightness 17. 14. /. off contention, before it be meddled with

    Eecl. 2. 18. because I should /. it to the man after me 21. yet shall he /. it for his portion 10. 4. if ruler rise up against thee, /. not thy place

    Isa. 10. 3. and where wiTl ye /. your glory? 65. 15. and ye shall /. your name for a curse

    Jer. 9. 2. I might /. my people, and go from them

    14. 9. O Lord, we are calleQ by thy name, /. us not

    17. 11. riches, he shall /. them in midst ot his days

    18. 14. will a man /. the snow of Lebanon

    44. 7. child and suckling, to /. you none to remain

    48. 28. /. the cities, and dwell in the rock

    49. 9. would they not /. some gleaning-grapes ? 11./. thy fatherless children, I will preserve them

    Ezek. 16. 39. and /. thee naked and bare, 23. 29.

    39. 2. will turn thee, and /. but a sixth part of thee Dan. 4. 15. /. the stump of his root, 23, 26. Uos. 12. 14. therefore shall he /. his blood upon him Joel 2. 14. will return, and /. a blessing behind him Amos 5. 3. shall /. an hundred, shall /. ten to Israel

    7. ye, who /. off righteousness in the earth Obad. 5. grape gatherers, would they not /. grapes ? Mai. 4. 1. that it shall /. tnem neither root nor branch Mat. 5. 24. /. there thy gift before the altar

    18.12. doth he not /. the ninety and nine, Luke 15. 4.

    23. 23. to have done, and not to /. other undone Mark 12. 19. and /. his wife, and /. no children Luke 19. 44. they shall not /. in thee one stone Johtt 14. 27. my peace I /. with you, peace I give

    16. 28. I /. the world and go to the Father .32. ye shall /. me alone, yet 1 am not alone, becau. Acts 6. 2. it is not reason we should /. the word 1 Cor. 7. 13. to dwell with her, let her not /. him Heb. 13. 5. I will never /. thee nor forsake thee Rev. 11. 2. the court /. out, and measure it not / aill, or will I LEAVE.

    1 Kings 19. 1 18. yet 1 aill I. seven thousand in Isr. Job 9. 27. if I say, / uill I. off my heaviness

    10. 1 . i uiill I. my complaint on my sel f, I wil I speak Ezek. 6. 8. yet Iw. I. arem. |l 12. 10. but Itii. I. a few 22. 20. ancl / sill I. you tliere and melt you 29. 5. 1 will I. thee thrown into the w ildemess .32. 4. then I iiill I. thee upon the land and cast Zeph. 3. 12. 1 will I. in midst of thee a poor people

    J r.'»7/ not LEAVE. Gen. 28. 15. I uill not I. thee until I have done that

    2 Kings 2. 2. as the L. liveth, / a. not I. thee. 4. 30. 4. he said, as thy soul liveth, I will not I. thee, 6.

    Ps. 37.. 33. i^. la. «./. him in his hand, nor condemn Jer. .30.11. Iw. n. I. thee together unpunished . 46. 28. Jo/m 14. 18. 1 a. n. I. vou comfortless, I will come

    LfiAVED. Isa. 45. 1. to open before him the two-/, gates

    LEAVETH. Job 39. 14. the ostrich /. her eggs in the earth Prov. 13. 22. a good man /. an Inheritance to his

    28. 3. is like a sweeping rain w hich /. no food Xech. 11.17. woe to the idol shepherd, that /. the flock Mat. 4. 11. then the devil /. him, and behold John 10. 12. the hireling /. the sheep and fleeth

    LEAVEN Signifies, A piece of dough salted and soured, to ferment and relish a mass of dough for bread, Hos. 7. 4. 1 Cor. 5. 6. lo which are compared, [1] The doctrine of the gospel, which was to he successful (7» converting many sinners. Mat. 1.3. 33. [2] The erroneous doctrines, and viciout

    LEF

    practices of the Pharisees nvd Saddncees ; the corrupt glosses of the laTV, the doctrine of traditions, invented and promoted hy the for?ner , and that poisonous doctrine of the Tnorialily of the soul, strenu(nt.^ly maintained by the latter ; which, like leaven, are not only of a sour, lint also of a con- tagions and infectious nature, and suited to men ofatheiitical hearts and liies. Mat. 16. li, 10. [.'5] Notonons scandalous sinners, who infect and cmt a hlot upon a church. 1 Cor. 5. C. F-xod. IC. J.5. ve shall puta«av /. seven (lavs, 19. 13. 7. neither' shall be /.seen in all tl)v quaiters 34. ','5. not otter tlie b[ood of my sacrilice with /. Lei. C. 11. no meat oti'ering shall be made with /. 0. 1*. it shall not be baken with /. I have ^iveii 111. IC. take and eat the meat ott'eriiiL' uithout /. Co. 17. be ot tine Hour, they shall be b.iken with /. .'in, OS A. 3. orter a sacritice ot ■.hanksnivinL: with /. Mat. 13.33. kin:;(loiiiot heaven is like/. I.u/.e 13. ','1. It). 0. Jesus said, beware ot' tlie /. ot' the I'harisees. and ot' the .-adducces, 11. .Maris. 15. fja,: I'i. 1. 12. ba'le them not beware of the /. of bread ] Cor. o.v. little /. leaveneth the whole liiinp.l .«/. 5.0.

    7. IHirtie out therefore the olrl /. that ye may be

    8. let us keeiJ the feast, not with old /. or of malice

    I.K.AVEM'.l). Erod. IC. 15. for whosoever eateth /. bread, 10. '20. ye shall eat nothinir /. in all your habitations 34. iH'ople took their douiih belore it was /. :vj. l.f. 3. there sh.all no/, brea I be eaten, 7. }l >. 7. 4. after he hath kneailed the doiii;h till it be /. Mat. 13. Sj. till the whole was /. Luie 13. '-'1. .'ice liK K.\\\\\\\\ii. LK.AVF.N 1:1 [T. 1 Cor. 5. C. a little leaven /. the whole lump, da!. 5.9.

    LK.-WlNCi. .1/nf.4. 13. Jesus/. Nazareth,i:wf It in Capernaum J.uie lo. 3,'. tlueves departed./, him halt dead Jioni. 1. '-'7. men /. the natural use of the woman IJe'i. 6. 1. .'. tlie princiiiles of the doctrine of Christ 1 Pet. '.'.'.'1. Christ suffered for us, /. us an exannile

    1. 1.0. Ge'i. 14. + 14. he /. forth his traiuid servants C4. '.7. I bein^ in the wav.the Lord /. me 48. blessed the Lord, wlio had /. me in right way 47. t 17. he /. theia with bread for tliat vear i.'Mrf. 3. 1. .Moses/, the Hock to hack side of de=ert l.i. 17. (iod /. tliem not thro' the land of Philis-iues

    1!'.. but (iod /. them aliout thro' the wilderness 15. 13. tii.'iu in mercy hast /. forth the people L't«^H. '.'. the wav which the 1.. /. theef.rtv vears

    15. who /. thee throuyli that great wilderness CO. 5. 1 liave /. you forty years in the w ililerness 3'J. 10. be /. him about, he instructed him Jl'/i. C4. :>. I /. him lhroui;h all the land of Canaan 1 Kiii::^ ii. 4!i. enemies, which /. th.em away captive 'J l\\\\\\\\ii:o. (), 10. but I'.'.isha /. them 10 .'"amaria 1 I'hr. 'Jo. 1. .loab/. forth the power of the army C (liron. ','5. 11. anil Amaziali /. I'orth his people P'al.-,i\\\\\\\\. 14. in the day he /. them with a cloud 53. he /. them on satelv, so that thev feared not li. 6. 9. so he /. them thro' the depths as thro' a wilderness. 13;'i. 16. />a.63. 13. lt'7. 7. he /. them forth bv the rii;hf way I'rn-c. 4. 11. 1 have /. thee'in riuht paths I'o. o. ir,. they that are /. of them are desfroved 4!;. 'Jl. they thirsted not when they /. them thro' .55. ;j. for ve shall be /. forth with'peace l')3. I'J. tliat /. them bv the riu'ht band of Moses Jer. £.6. whcie is the 'Ld. that /. us thro' wilderness 17. hath t.irsaken (iod, when he /. thee hv the way Ce. le. shall die in the place whither thev h'ave /. him 'J3. !;. the Lord liveth which /. the house of Israel Lmn. 3. ','. he iiath /. nie into darkness, not liuht hzek. 17. I'J. and /. them with him to Kahylou .39. Cli. who caused them to be /. into captivity 47. C. /. me about to the outer .u'ate eastward W'«»,> 'Z. 10. also I /. you 411 vears thro' the wililern. 7. 11. Israel shall surely be /. captive out of land Sah. o. 7. ami Huzzah shall be /. away captive .Milt. \\\\\\\\. 1. t!un was Jesus /.of tile Spirit, /.«/t 4. 1. ^6. 57. thev /. lmn to Caiaphas the high-priest, .^lark 14. .53. Lvke ',".'. 54. John Ui. 13. £7. C. they /. him to Pout. Pilate the i;overnor.31. • Murk 15. 16, Co. l.ukc CC. 54." J..A« 18. 13. Marks. C3. he took the blind man and /. him out l.nke 4. C9. they /. Jesus to the brow of the hill C I . C 1. they shall be /. away captive into all nations CC. tk'i. and /. hiiu into their council, saving C3. 1. the whole multitude /. him to I'i'late

    3C. two other malefactors were /. with him CI. ;')0. he /. them out as far as hethauv John 1!>. CH. they /.Jesus unto the hall ofjudirment .Ut.^ H. 3C. he was /. as a sheep to theslaii"h:er O.V: they /. .Saul by the hand to Damascus, CC. 11. CI. 37. as I'aul was to be /. into the castle Honi. !!. 14. as many ;is are /. bv the Spirit of (iod 1 ( Vr. IC. C. carried away to idols, even as ve were /. C.al. 5. 111. but if ye be /. by the spirit, ve are C I'ltn. 3. 6. silly women, /. awav with divers lusts C I'et. 3. 17. beware, lest ve also 'being /. awav with the error of the wicked, fall from stedfastness LI'.DDKsr. C Sam. 5. C. wast he that /. out Israel, 1 Chr 1 1 " .\\\\\\\'(/(. 9. IC. /. th.'in in the day bv a cloudy pilUr /^.m/. 77. Co. thou /. thy people'likea tiock .lets CI. .'Mi. and /. into the wilderness tour thousand men that were murderers I.F.IKiKS. 1 Kinps'i. CH. the borders were between the /. .'V). the /. and borders thereof were of (he s.ime 36. on the plates of the /. be graveii cherubims l.KKKS. .\\\\\\\\h/h. 11. 5. we remember the /. and the onions

    Id'.l'.S. ha. C5. 6. a feast of wine on the /. well refined lev. 411. 11. and .Moab hath settled on his/. ^iph. I. IC. 1 will punish men settled on their /.

    Id. FT. '''«>!. 18. 33. he had /.communing with Abraham C4. C7. who hath not /. destitute my master 20. 35. Ills name Judali, and /. bearing, 30. 9.

    LEF

    Gen. ,3?. 8. then the othei company which is /.

    39. 6. he /. all that he had in Joseph's hand IC. he /. his garment in her baud. 13. 15. 18.

    41. 49. Joseph aathered corn till he /. numbering 44. IC. at the eldest, and /. at the younL'est 47. 18. not enough /. but our bodies and lands 50. 8. their little ones /. they in Cioslien Kiod. C. Co. whv is it that ve have /. the man ?

    9. CI. /. his servants and ids cattle in the field

    10. IC. eat every herb, all that the hail /. 15. C6. there shall not an hoof be /. behind

    16. Co. but .some of them /. of it till iii,.rning

    31. C5. iicir sacririce of passover he /. till morning I.e.. •:. 10. that which is /. of the meatoffering

    10. IC. and to Ithamar, his sous that were /. 26. 39. thev that are /. of you shall i)ine away

    43. the la'ud also shall be /. of them anl eu/oy

    yum. Co. 65. there w as not /. a man of them, Jo.^h.

    H. 17. JndQ. 4. 16. //<>,>. 9. IC.

    Ileut. C 34. we utterly desfroved, we /. none to re

    main. J.K-h. 10. 33, .37, 39, 40. | 11. fl, 11, 14.

    4. C7. ye shall be /. few in number amon;.' tlie

    heathen, Cf. 6C. la. C4. 6. Jc,-. 4C. C.

    7. CO. till they that are /. be destroyed CM. .V). he hath nothing /. him in the sie;;e

    .•>2. .'16. power Lione, and there is none shut up or /. Jo.th. 6. C3. and /. them without thecamiiot Israel

    8. 17. thev /. the city open, and pursued Israrl

    11. 15. he /. n^ thing undone of all ( oiimum led CC. there was none of the ..\\\\\\\\iiakims /. ill the l,u:d

    CC. 3. ye have not /. vour bretliren to tliis dav Judg. C. CI. of natioiis'which .loshiia /. w hen he'died _C3. therelore the Lord /. tliose nations, 3. 1.

    6. 4. /. no sustenance for Israel, neither sheep

    9. 5. yet .iotham the vouniiest son w as /. Uuth 1. 3. and she was /. and her two sons. 5.

    18. w:is minded to go. then she /. sp'-akiirj to her C. 11. how thou hast /. thv father and moiner 14. Ruth did eat and was sufhced, and /.

    4. 14. Lord not /. thee this d.iy witliout kinsman 1 Sam. C. .36. every one that is /. in thv house

    5. 4. only the stump of Dagon was /.'to him

    9. C4. tiiat which is /. set it before thee and eat

    10. C. thv father hath /. the care of the asses

    11. 1 1. so that two of them were not /. toi;ethpr 17. CO. I)a\\\\\\\\ id rose up and/. thesliecp with a keei)er

    '2'2. Uavid /. his carriai'e in the hand of a keei>er C5. 31. not been /. any that pissfth against the wall C7. 9. David /. neither man nor woman alive C .V////. 5. CI. and there the\\\\\\\\" /. their imai^es

    9. 1. is tlitre yet any /. of 'the house of Saul .'

    13. .30. the kiiiu's .sons, there is not one of them /. 1 1. 7. so thev slii'.U cpiench my coal which is /. 15. 16. the king /. ten ct-ncuhiues, 16. CI.

    17. IC. there sliall not be /.so much as one

    1 Kini:^ 9. CI . flair children th.at were /. C Chr. 8. B.

    14. 10. cutotThimthatis shut up and/. C Kinr/i 9.8,

    15. C9. he /. not .leroboam any that breathed

    16. 11. he /. I'aadia not one that pisseth against

    17. 17. sickness that there was no breath /. in him 19. 3. and /. hi.-, servant there ' 10. I only am /.

    18. vet 1 have /. me 70*«i ! CO. he /, oxen and ran C Kings 4. 44. and thev did eat and /. thereof

    7. 7. fliey arose and /. tcuis ll 13. all that are /. 8.6. since tlie day she /. the land even until now

    10. 11. .lehu slevi "all, till he /. hitii none remaining CI. so that there was not a man /. that came not

    14. C6. for there was not any /. nor anv helper 17. 16. they /. the commandments of tfie T.ord 19. 4. this i>rayer for remnant that are /. L«. .37. 4. Co. 17. notliing shall be /. saitli the LonI

    C5. IC. /. of poor of the land, Jer. 39. 10. | 5C. 16.

    1 Chron. 13. C. send to our brethren that are /.

    '2Chron. 11. 14. for the Lev ites /. their siihiirhs IC. 5. 1 have also /. you in the hand of Shishak CI. 17. so that there was never a son /. him C4. 18. and they /. the house of the Lord God C5. for the3' /. .loasli in great iliseases 31. 10. we had enough to eat, and have /. plenty ."C. 31. Cod /. him to trv him. that he mi-lit l;no\\\\\\\'v 3L CI. u'o, inquire for f'hem that are /.in L-iael

    AtVo I.e. 1 asked roucerning the .lews whiih had /. 3. the remnant that are /. are in meat allliction

    6. 1. the wall that there was no brea.h /. therein Joh CO. CI. there shall none of his meat be /.

    C6. it shall 20 ill with him that is/, in his tabern. P>al. 106. 11. there was not one of th. ir, /. Pro;. C9. 15. a child /. to himself hrinueth to shame /iff. 1. ii. Zion is /. as a cottai;e in a vinevaid

    9. except Lord hail /. us a ri'innant. Jlo/r:. o. CO. 4. 3. he that is /. in Zion shall be called holy 7.CC. butter and lionevshall every one e.it that is /.

    10. It. as one L'atheredi ei-u- tha't are /.

    11. 16. a highway for the n .nnant that shall be /. 17. 6. vet KleaiiiiiL'-gi.-ipes sliall he, /. in it

    C4. IC. in the cjtv is /. desol.ition, and the -ate ,30. 17. till ve l>(" /. as a beacon on a moimtaiii :v.>. 6. nothi'ug shall be /. saith the Lord Jer. IC. 7. 1 /. mv herita-e 1 31. C. /. of the sword 49. C5. how is the city of praise not /. thecitvol joy .")0. C6. destroy her, let nothiiu; of her he /.' l:-.ek. 14. CC. lu'hohl, therein shall be /. a remnant C3. 8. nor /. her whoredoms brought from I'gvpt 31. IC. stramiers have cut him oil and ha\\\\\\\\e /. him Dan. C. 41. the kiiiad. shall n.d he /. to other people Joel 1.4. w hat the palmer-worm /. the hxust hath /. liaci.'^. 3. who is /. that saw this house iu her i.dory ■ y.eeh. 13.8. the third part shall be /. then in Mat. 4. CO. /. tlK'irnets ;i CC. thev /. their sliiiis

    8. 15. be touched her. and fe\\\\\\\\ er /. her, Mark 1. 31.

    15. .37. took up ot the meat that was /. MnrkS.S. CC. C5. he /. his w ife to Ids brother, Mark IC. CO. C3. :«!. your house is /. unto you desolate

    C4. C. there shall not be /. one stone upon another, Mark 13. C. /,"/<• CI. 6.

    40. one taken, other /. 41. Luke I7. 3). .35, .'iti. C6. .14. Jesus /. them, and praverl the third time

    Mark 10. C8. we have /. all aiid followed thee C9. no man that hath /. house. I.uke l!i. C«, C9.

    IC. CC. and the seven had her, and /. no seed Luke 3. C8. he /. all, rose up, and followid him

    10. 40. that my sister hath /. me to ser\\\\\\\\ e alone

    LEN

    John 4. C8. the woman then /. her water-pot

    52. at the seventh hour the fever /. him Acts C. 31. of Chi ist, that his soul was not /. iu liett 14. 17. he /. not himself without w itness CI. .3C. when saw captain, thev /. beating of Paul 24. C7. and Felix /. Paul hound, ^^b. 14. 1 TheiS. 3.1. we thought good to he /. at Athens alone C iim. 4. 13. the cloak that 1 /. at 1 roas briua ^ Co. Irophimus have 1 /. sick at Miletum Lit. 1. 5. tor this cause /. I thee at Crete U,.h. C. 8. he /. nothing that is not put under 4. 1 . let us fear, lest a promise beins; /. of enterir,;,' Jnde 6. the .ingels which /. their own habitation Kev. C. 4. because thou hast /. thy liist love

    .Sff .Al.O.NE.

    LKL'l'cff. Oen. 11. 8. and they /. ,;//' fo build the city 17. CC. /. ijt talkni!.' with him. and Cod went U|> Uiilh 2. CO. who hath not /. < ff his kindness

    1 A uiijs 15. 21. J'.aasha /. v.tf building, 2 CV;r. 10. .5. Jell 32. 15. answered no more, they /. eff speaking Pial. 36. .3. he hath /. o.tf to be wise and to do good Jer. .3;i. 27. so they /. eft' speaking w ith him

    44. 18. since we/. e./Z'to burn incense to the queen llos. 4. 10. because they have /. off to take heed Ll-'.J' [' corner.

    2 Kings 11. 11. guard stood to the /. c. about king

    .fe HAND.

    LLII-IIANDLD.

    Judg. 3. 15. raised Ehuil a Henjaii.ite. a man l.-han.

    CO. 16. were seven hundred chosen men l.-handid

    LEVI pillar.

    1 Kings'. CI. he set up the /.;«/. and called It Eoaz

    LKl'l' side.

    1 King- 7. 39. five bases on the /. side of the "nouse 49. live candlesticks on the i.sidc before

    2 Ciir. '2A. 111. with his weaiion iroin riiihtto /. side. E-.el .A. 10. they had the face of an ox on the /. side

    4. 4. lie also on thy /. ude, and lay th.e iniquity Zeeh. 4. 3. other olive tree upon /. side thereof, 11,

    LI'.G .Signifies, [1] Properly, the limbs or parts of an ani- n:nl, uh eh are the instnuner.ts of local motion, and the sujipvrters of tlie b-uy, Kxod. IC. 9. 1 Sam. 17. 6. [C] I'iguratively, strength, Psal. 147. 10. II is legs arc as pillars of inarble. Cant. 5. 15. T//,' diipinsatiins of his proiidenee are uisily and skifully contrived: or, it may denote, the firm- Kiij- and liability of Chriit's kingdom, iu .'pile of all opposition. La. -47. 2. make bate the /. uncover the thigh

    LLCS. Exod. 12. 9. but roast w ith tire his head and /. C9. 17. wash the inwanis and his /. Lev. 9. 14. J.cv. 4. 11. the skin, his head, and Ins /. burn 8. 21. he washed the inwards and /. in water 11. 21. which have /. above their feet, these eat Veut. 28. 35. he shall smite thee in the knees and /. 1 ,Sain. 17. 6. he had greaves of brass upon his /. Pi.. 147. 10. he taketh no pleasure in the /. of a man Prov. 26. 7. the /. of the lame are not equal Cant. 5. 15. his /.are as pillars of marble L'li. 3. CO. the Ld. will take away the ornamentsof ^ Ihin. 2. 33. his /. of iron, his feet part of iron .hnos 3. 12. out of the mouth of the lion two /. John 19. 31. they besought their /. might be broken .•>2. the soldiers came and brake the /. c

    "Ll',.N'l). Kxod. CC. 25. if tliou /. money to any, thou sha!t J.e: . C5. 37. not /. him thv victuals for iiu Tea -e Dent. 15. 6. and thou sha'lt /. to manv nations 8. thou Shalt siirelv /. him sufficient for Ids need

    23. 19. thou Shalt not /. uiHin usury to thy hrothef CO. to a str.in;;er thou mavest /. upon usury

    24. 10. when tl'.ou dost /. thv br.ither anv thing II. th" man to whom tl,ou d<.st /. shall 1 ring

    C8.1C. thou shall /. to mam n. it ions, and not borrov/ 44. he shall /. fotliee, tlibu shall not /. to him I.u/.e 0. 31. if ye /. them of whom \\\\\\\\e hope to receive., sinners also /. sinners, to receive as much again .35. but line ye your enemie>. do good and /. 11. 5. and say to him, friend. /. me ihree loaves

    I.LNDLK. /'rec. CC. 7. the borrower is servant to the /. I'll. C4. C. as v. ith the /. so with the borrower

    I.LNDLI 11. Pent. 15. C. every creditor that /. aught to neiL'hh.oui /',.«/. 37. C6. he is ever merciiul. and /. seed blessed 1 1C.5. aL'Ood man shew efh favour and /. will Luiido Pioi. 19. 17. be that hath pity on the poor, /.to L. CC. t 7. the borrower is servant to the man that /.

    LLNC. 111. Cen. 13. 17, arise, walk thro' the land iu tlie Li^: it /I, K/.. 30. CO. he is thv life, andthe /. ofihvda\\\\\\\\s J.d, IC. IC.and in /. of davs. un.leistandim.- /'..«/. CI. 4. even /. of dav > for ever and ever C3. + f'l. dwell in the house of Lor.l fo /. of davs 91. -t 16. with /. of davs will I sati>ly /';v:-. 3. C. for /. of davs shall thev add to thee

    ll'i. /. of davs is in her ri-ht hand, riches y:,rh. C. C. and to see what is th.e /. thereof 5. C. the /. of the roll is twenty cubits / ;)/( 3.18. bcihle to comprehend /.of love of Christ Lev. CI. 10. and the /. as large as the breadth

    .(; LLN(. III. I's. 36. + 10. O draw out at I. thv loving-kindness ! Prov. C9. CI. shall b.ive him become his .son iit I. Pom. 1. 10. it now ni 1. I uiav have a journey

    I.I'.M; I lll'N. 1 Kings3. 11. walk as David, then will 1 /.thy davs Jaa. 54. C. /. thv c ords. and sfreiiLithen thy slakes

    "LI.Ntr 1 IIKNLD. 7J.li/. C5. 15. that thv davs inav be /. in the land

    I.KNOrllKMNti. Dan. 4. C7. if it may be a /. of thy tranquillity

    J'.jod. IC. .36. they ,'. to tlitm such as they required Vfil.H'j. 19. usury of anv thing that is /. on usury

    T 2 275

    LES

    1 Sam. 1. 28. I /. liim to the Lord, he shall be /. 2. SO. for the loan which is /. to the Lord

    Jer. 15. 10. 1 have not /. on usury nor have men /. me

    LEMILES. Gen. 25. 34. when Jacob gave tsau pottage of /.

    2 Sam. 23. 1 1, there was a piece of ground full of /.

    See Beans. LEOPAHD Is a tcild beast, called hy tome a libbard ; it it fu/l of spots, also exceeditiy swift, svhtle, aiid fierce, enraged ayainst men, and vf such a sweet savonr that it allures other beans to it; by zc/iich means they are cav^lit and devoured, Hos. 1.3. 7. Hab. 1. 8. To which are compared, [1] A)tli- christ, with his followers arid adherents. Rev. 13.

    2. [2] Meyi of a fierce untractable disposition, Isa. 11. 6.

    Can the leopard change his spots ? &c. Jer. 13. 23. Jt is as much labour in latn to endeaiour to re- claim tliese Jews, who by tlieir continual customary tinning have inured themsehes to wicked prac- tices, as to use means to take out the natural spots of a leopard. Isa. 11. 6. the /. shall lie down with the kid Jer. 5. 6. a /. shall watch over their cities

    13. 23. or can the /. change his spots ? JJan. 7. 6. 1 l>eheld, and lo, another like a /. Hos. 13. 7. therefore I will be to tliem as a /. Mev. 13. 2. and the beast was like to a I.

    LEUPAKD.S. CaTit. 4. 8. look from the mountains of the /. JJab. 1. B. theii" horses are swifter than /.

    LKP1,R. Jiev. 13. 45. and the /. in whom the plague is . 14. 2. this shall be the law of the /. in the day

    3. behold, if the leprosy be healed in the /. 22. 4. what man of the seed of Aaron is a /.

    J^um. 5. 2. they put out of the camp every /. 2 Sam. 3. 29. from the houseof Joab, one that is a /. 2 Kings 5. 1. Naaman was a /. || 11. recover the /. 27. went from his presence a /. as white as snow 15. 5. Azariah was a /. to the day of his death 2 Chron. 26. 21. and Uzziah the king was a /. 23. they buried him, for they said, he is a /. JWaf. 8. 2. and behold, there came a /. Mark 1. 40. 26. 0. in the house of Simon the /. Mark 14. 3. LEPERS. 2 Kings 7. 8. when the /. came to the uttermost part Mat. 10. 8. heal the sick, cleanse /. raise the dead 11.5. thelame walk, the /.are cleansed, Luke'i. 22. Luke 4. 27. many /. were in Israel in time of Lliseus 17. 12. tliere met him ten men that were /.

    LEPROSY. Lev. 13. 2. and it be in the skin like the plague of /. 3. it is a plague of /. 8, 11, 15, 25, 27, :«), 42, 49. 9. when the plague of /. is in a man, then he shall 12. if a /. break out || 13. if the /. covered his flesh 43. as the /. appeareth in the skin of tlie flesh 47. the garment tliat the plague of/, is in 59. this is the law of the plag. of /. 14. 54. 55, 57.

    14. 3. if the plague of /. be healed in the leper

    7. shall spruikle him that is to be cleansed from /. 32. the law of him in whom is the plague of /. Deut. 24. 8. take heed in the plague of /. to obsei've 2 Kings 5. 3. for he would recover him of his /. 7. 6. that thou mayest recover him of his /. 27. tlie /. of Jiaaman shall cleave unto thee 2 Chron. 26. 19. the /. rose up in his forehead Mat.%.3. his/, was cleansed, A/ari 1.42. Luke5.13. Jjuke 5. 12. behold, a man full of /. besought him See Fretting. LEPROUS. Exod.4. 6. behold, his hand was /. as snow Lev. 13. 44. he is a /. man, he is unclean Num. 12. 10. Miriam became /. behold she was /. 2 Ki^tgs 7. 3. there were four /. men at the gate 2 Chron. 26. 20. and Uzziah was /. in his forehead

    LESS Signifies, [1] A smaller Qjiantity, Exod. 16. 17. [2] j\\\\\\\\ot tn proportion to, Ezra 9. 13. [3] An inferior, lleb. 7. 7. Gen. 32. t 10. I am /. than least of all the mercies £iod. 16. 17. and gathered some more, some /. 30. 15. the poor shall not give /. than half a shekel Num. 22. 18. go beyond the word of the Ld. to do /. 26. 5i. to tew thou shalt give /. inheritance, .33. 54. 1 Sam. 22. 15. thy servant knew nothing /. or more 25. 36. Abigail told him nothing /. or more Ezra 9.13. punished us /. than our iniquities deserve Job 11. 0. God exacteth /. than iniquity deserveth Prov. 17. 7. much /. do lying lips a prince • 19. K). much /. for a servant to rule over princes Jstt. 40. 17. all nations are counted /. than nothing Mark 4. 31. when it is sown is /. than all seeds

    15. 40. Wary the mother of James the /.

    1 Cor. 8. + 8. nor if we eat not, have we the /.

    12. 23. those members we think /. honourable

    2 Cor. 12. 15. the more I love, the /. 1 am loved Eph. 3. 8. who am /. than the least of all saints Phil. 2. 28. and that I may be the /. sorrowful Heb. 7. 7 . the /. is blessed of better without contrad.

    LESSEK. Gen. 1. 16. made the /. light to rule the night Jsa. 7. 25. and for the treading of/, cattle Eiek. 16. + 46. fliy sister /. than thou is Sodom 43. 14. from the /. settle to the greater settle

    LEST. Gen. 3. 3. neither shall ye touch it, /. ve die, Ler. 10. C, 7, 9. Swm. 18. 32. 11 . 4. /. we be scattered abroad on the earth 14. 23. /. thou say, 1 have made Abram rich 19. 15. /. thou be consumed in the iniquity of city 19./. I die, 26. 9. I|32. 11./. become and smite me S8. 11. /. he die, ashis breth. did, Dait. 20. 5, 6, 7. 23. let her take it to her, /. we be ashamed 45. 11. /. thou and thy household come to poverty Exod. 5. 3. go. /. he fall on us with pestilence

    13. 17. /. peradventure the people repent in war

    19. 21. /. they break through to the I^rd to gaze 22. sanctify, /. the Ix)rd break forth upon them

    20. 19. let not Go

    %3. 3. I will not go, I. I consume tliee in the way 276

    LET

    AVm. 4. 20. shall not go in to see, /. they die, 18. 22.

    Deut. 11 . 17. /. ye perish quickly from off the land 24. 15. /. he cry against thee to Lord, and it be sin 25. 3. /. if he shou Id exceed and beat him above these

    Josh. 9. 20. let them live, /. wrath be upon us 24. 27. shall be a witness, /. ye deny your God

    Judg. 7. 2. /. Israel vaunt themselves against me

    1 Sam. 20. 3. let him not know, /. he be grieved

    2 Sam. 12. 28. /. 1 fake the city, and it be called Job .36. 18. /. he take thee away with his stroke

    42. 8. /. 1 deal with you after your folly Ps. 2. 12. kiss the Son /. he be angry, and ye perish

    13. 3. lighten mine eyes,/. I sleep the sleep of death 50. 22. consider this, /. 1 tear you in pieces

    91. 12. /. thou dash thy foot, Afat. 4. 6. Luke 4. 11. lCr6. 23. Moses stood, /. he should destroy them 140. 8. grant not, /. they exalt themselves 143. 7. /. I be like them that go down into the pit ProiK 9. 8. reprove not a scomer, /. he hate thee

    20. 13. love not sleep, /. thou come to poverty

    22. 25. /. thou learn his ways, and get a snare

    24. 18. /. the Lord see it, and it displease him

    25. 8. /. thou know not what to do in the end 10. /. he that heareth it, put thee to shame

    17. /. he be weai y of thee, and so hate thee

    26.4. answer not a fool,/, thou also be like unto him 30. 6. add not to his words, /. he reprove thee

    9. /. 1 be full and deny thee, or /. 1 be poor Isa. 6. 10. /. they see with their eyes. Acts 28. 27.

    27. 3. /. any hurt it, 1 will keep it night and day

    28. 22. not mockers, /. your bands be made strong 48. 5. /. thou shouldest say, my idol hath done, 7.

    Jer. 1. 17. be not dismaye

    21. 34. /. your hearts overcharged with surfeiting John 5. 14. sin no more, /. a worse thing come to thee

    18. ^. they went out /. they should be defiled Acts 5. 39. /. ye be found to fight against God

    13. 40. beware therefore, /. that come upon you Rom. 11. 21. take heed, /. he spare not thee, 44.

    1 Cor. 9. 12. /. we hinder the gospel of Christ 10. 12. let him that standeth take heed /. he fall

    2 Cor. 2. 11. /. Satan should get advantage of us 12. 7. /. I should be exalted above measure

    Gal. 2. 2. /. by any means 1 should run in vain 6. 1. considering thyself, /. thou also be tempted Kph. 2. 9. not ot works, /. any man should boast Col. 2. 4. /. any man beauile y ou w ith enticing « ords 3. 21. provoke not children, /. they be discouraged

    1 Tim. 3. 6. /. being lifted up with pride he tall into Heb. 2. 1. /. at any time we should let them slip

    3. 12. /. there be in any an evil heart of unbelief 13. /. any of you be hardened through sin

    4. 11. /. any man fall after the same example 12. 3. /. ye be weary and faint in your minds

    13. /. what is lame be turned out of the way 15. /. any man fail of the grace of God Jam. 5. 9. grudge not, /. ye be condenmed

    12. swear not, /. ye fall into condemnation

    2 Pet. 3. 17. beware, /. ye also being led away Rev. 16. 15. kcepeth his ganneuts, /. he walk naked

    Gen. 49. 21. Naphtali is a hind /. loose, goo

    14. 5. why have we /. Israel go from serving 18. 27. and Moses /. his father-in-law depart 21. 8. then shall he /. her be redeemed

    26. he shall /. him go free for his eye, 27.

    23. ll.seventhyearthoushalt/. it rest and lie still 33. 12. hast not /. me know whom thou wilt send

    Lev. 14. 7. and shall /. the living bird loose

    18. 21. not /. seed pass through the fire to Molech

    19. 19- not /. cattle gender with a diverse kind Deut. 15. 12. thou shalt /. him go free from thee

    13. thou shalt not /. him go away empty

    Josh. 10. 28. and all tlierein, he /.none remain, .30.

    24. 28. so Joshua /. the people depart every man Judg. 1. 25. they /. the man go and his family

    1 Sam. 18. 2. Saul would /. him go no more home

    2 Sam. 11. 12. to-morrow I will /. thee depart

    15. 6. I pray thee, /. Tamar my sister come

    1 Kings 18. 40. Elijah said, /. none of them escape

    2 Chron. 20. 10. thou wouldest not /. Israel invade Esth. 5. 12. queen did /. no man come in but myself Job 6. 9. even that he would /. loose his hand

    27. 6. my righteousness I will not /. it go Psal. 69. 6. /. not those that wait on thee be ashamed, /. not those that seek thee be confounded

    109- 6. and /. Satan stand at his right hand

    119. 10. /. me not wander from thy commandments Cant. 3. 4. I held him, and would not /. him go

    8. 11. he /. out the vineyard to keepers Isa. 43. 13. I will work, and who shall /. it? Jer. 27. 11. those will I /. remain in the land F.zek. .39. 7- I will not /. them pollute my name Mat. 21. 33. a householder planted a vineyard and /. it out to husbandmen, Mark 12. 1. Luke 20. 9. Luke 22. 68. ye will not answer me nor /. me go John 19. 12. the Jews cried, if thou /. this man go Acts 27. 15. ship could not t)ear up, we /. her drive Rom. 1. 13. to come to you, but was /. hitherto 2 Thess. 2. 7. only he who now letteth, will /. Heb. 2. 1. lest at any time we should /. them slip See Alone.

    LEV

    LET dovn. Gen 24. 14. /. downthy pitcher, I pray tliee, 18, 46. E-rod. 17. 11. when he l.d. his hands,Anialek prevail. Josh. 2. 15. then Kahab /. them down by a cord, 18.

    1 Sam. 19. 12. Michal /. David d. through a window

    2 Kinffs 13. 21. and when the man was /. down Jer. .38. 6. tliev /. rfo^jn Jeremiah with cords Kzek. 1. 24. tfiey stood they /. doum their wings. 25. Mark 2. 4. they /. down the bed w herein, Luke 5. 19. Luke 5. 4. and /. down your nets for a draught

    5. at thy word 1 will /. down the net

    Acts 9. Q5. and /. him d. in a basket, 2 Cor. 11. ri3.

    10. 11. /.

    LEITED.

    Num. 22. 1 16. be not thou /. from coming. LET 1 Ell

    Signifies, [1] An epistle sent by one person to anotlier, 2 Sam. 11. 14. [2] A proclamation, Esth. 3. 13. [3] Learning, or tlie knowledge of the mysterioiu sense and meaning of the law of God, John 7. 15. [4] The outward ceremony vf circumcision, without the inward grace signified thereby, Kom. 2. 29. [5] The legal dispensa- tion, uhich consisted chiefly in a multitude of carnal ordinances, and where they had the letter of the command, without strength to obey, Rom.

    7. 6. 2 Cor. .3.6.

    2 Sam. 11. 14. Uavid wrote a /. to Joab and sent 2 Kings 5. 5. 1 will send a /. to the king of Israel

    6. now when this /. is come to thee, behold 10. 2. now as soon as this /. cometh to thee 19. 14. Ilezekiah received the /. Isa. 37. 14.

    Ezra 4. 7. tlie /. was written in the Syrian tongue

    8. Rehum wrote a /. against Jerusalem 7. 11. now this is the copy of tlie /. 5. 6, 7.

    Neh. 2. 8. a /. to Asaph the keeper of the forest

    6. 5. sent to me with an open /. in his hand Esth. 9. 29. w rote to confirm this /. of Purim Jer. 29. 1 . the words of the /. that Jeremiah sent

    29. Zephaniah priest read this /. in the earsof Jer. Aett 23. 25. Claudius wrote a /. to Felix in this

    34. when the governor had read the /. he asked Rom. 2. 27. who by the /. dost transgress the law

    29. circumcision of the heart, not in tlie /.

    7. 6. we should serve, not in the oldness of the /. 2 Cor. 3. 6. ministers not of the /. but of the Spirit

    7. 8. tho'' I made you sorry with /. I do not repent Gal. 6. 11. ye see how large a /. 1 have written 2 Thess. 2. 2. be not soon shaken by word or by I. Heb. 13. 22. 1 have w ritten a /. to you in few words

    LEllERS. 1 Kings 11. 8. Jezebel wrote /. in Ahab's name, 9.

    1 Kings 10. 1. Jehu wrote /. and sent to Samaria 20. 12. king of Babylon sent /. to Hezekiah

    2 Chron. :{0. 1. Hezelciah wrote /. also to I'phraim 6. so the posts went with the /. from the king

    .32. 17. Sennacherib wrote /. to rail on God of Isr. Neh. 2. 7. let / be given me to the governors 6. 17. sent /. tolobiah, and /. came to them 19. and Tobiahsent /. to put me in fear Esth. 1.22. Ahasuerus sent/, to the provinces 3. 13. the /. were sent by posts to provinces, 8. 10. 8. 5. to reverse /.devised by H aman to destroy Jews 9. 20. Mordecai sent /. to all the Jews, 30. Jer. 29. 25. because thou hast sent /. in thy name Luke 23. 38. was written in /. of Hebrew, this is Johnl. 15. how knoweth this man /. having never Acts 9. 2. and desired of him /. to Damast us 15. 23. the apostles wrote /. after this manner 22. 5. from whom also 1 received /. to the brethren 28. 21. we neither received /. outof Judea

    1 Cor. 16. 3. whom ye shall approve by your /.

    2 Cor. 3. 1. nor need we /. of commendation

    10. 9- may not seem as if I would terrify you by /. 11). for his /. are weighty and powerful, but his 11. such as we are in word, by /. when absent LETTESF. Job 15. 13. /. such words go out of thy mouth 41. 1 . or his tongue with a cord thou /. down .' Luke 2. 29. LorcT, now /. thou thy servant depart

    LETIEIII. 2 Kings 10. 24. he that /. him go, his life be for his Prnv. 17- 14. strife is as when one /. outWH.ter 2 Thess. 2. 7. only he that now /. will let until taken

    LElTITvG. Exod. 8. 29. deal deceitfully in not /. the people go

    LEVIAIHAN. Job 3. + 8. who are ready to raise up a /. 41. 1. canst thou draw out /. with an hook ? Psal. 74. 14. thou breakest the heads of /. in pieces 104. 26. there is that /. tliou hast made to play Isa. 27. 1. shall punish /. even /. that crooked serpent

    LEVriE. Exod. 4. 14. is not Aaron the /. thy brother ? Deut. 12. 12. rejoice ye before the Lord your God, and the /. 18. 1 16. 11, 14. 1 26. 11, 13. 14. 29. and the /. shall come and eat, 26. 12. 18. 6. if a /. come from any of Ihj' gates Judg. 17.7.ayoungmana/. 9. II 10. so the/, went in

    11. the /. was content to dwell with the man

    12. Micah consecrated the /. |l 13. a /. to my priest 18. 3. they knew the voice of the young man the /. 19- 1. there was a certain /. sojourning on mount 20. 4. tlie /. said, 1 came into Gibeah of Benjamin

    2 Chr. 20. 14. on Jahaziel the /. came the Spirit 31 . 12. Cononiah the /. over the dedicated things

    14. hore the /. over the free-will ofli^eriugs Ezra 10. 15. Shabbethai the /. hel|ied them Luke 10. 32. likewise a /. came and looked on Acts 4. 36. Barnabas a /. having land, sold it

    LEVl'lES. Exod. 6. 15. these heads of the fathers of the /. 38. 21. it was counted for the service of the /. Lev. 25. 32. cities of /. may /. reileem at any time

    .33. the cities of the /. are their iwss^ssion Num. 1. 47. but the /. were not numbered, 2. 33.

    50. shalt appoint the /. over the tabernacle

    51. the /. shall take it dow n 1| 53. the /. shall pitch 3. 9. and thou shalt give the /. unto Aaron

    12. 1 have taken the /. the /. stiall tie mine

    39. all that were numbered of the /. 4. 46.

    41. and thou shalt take the /. for me, 45. j 8. 14.

    LIB

    yum. 7. 5. and thou shalt sive wa^ffons unto the /.

    8. 0. take the /. r'mm Israd and cleanse them

    9. brin:; the /. hetore tlie tabernacle. 10. 11. .Aaron shall oti'er tlie /. before the Lord 15. then after that sliall the /. (xo in, C2. S4. this is it that belonL'tth unto the /.

    CO. thus shalt thou do to the /. toiichini; their 18. Ij. I have taken the /. to do service, C;!. 24. the titlies 1 have -iven to tl;e /. to inherit 35. C. that they ;;ive to the /. cities roinid, ii. Deui. 1». 7. minister, as his brethren the /. do Jo\\\\\\\\h. 14. .■?. to the /. he uave none inheritance CI. :!. Israel srave these cities to the /. 8. 41. all the cities of the /. were forfveiuht 1 Sam. 6. 15. the /. took down the ark' of the lord C Snm. 15. C4. Zadok and the /. were with him 1 C/ir.m. 15. 15. the children of the /. hare the ark

    CtJ. when (iod helpe.l the /. that bare tlie ark C4. t"). one of the /. wrote them before tlie kin^' ^Chron.b. IC. the /. which weie sin:;ersstciod, 7. 6. 11. 11. the /. lett their suburbs and p; sse-->sion ].'?. 0. have ve not ca.st out the sons of .Aaron and /.

    10. 11. also 'the /. shall be ofticers betore you

    C!. fi. the /. shall couijia-SS the kinL' round about, 7- C4. 5. howbeit, the /. hastened it not CO. 5. hear me. ve /. sanctifv now vourselves 30. CC. llezcki.ih spake comfortablv to the /. .%(. 1,'i. of the /. there were scribes and officers 35.3. .losiah said to the /. which tauiiht Isi.iel y. the chief ot the /. :.'ave to the /. 5o>i oxen 14. therefore the /. prepared tor themselves, 15. F.zrad. 18. they set the t. in their courses 2

    11. ee. the overseer of the /. was l"?/;i ' IC. 27. at the dedication thev sou-lit the /.

    13. 10. the portiniis of the /. had not been uiven them, for the /. were tied evcrv one t'l his tieki C). thev have defiled the piie>irinod of the /. Jer. 33. 20. 1 will nuiltiplv the /. that minister i:-.ek. 44. 10. the /. that aiv uone shall bear imtpiitv 48. 11. went not astrav when the /. went astrav

    /V;V.f. and I.I.VI I l>. llnit. 17. 0. tliiiu shalt come to p. ahd I. and jud^e 24.8. to ilo all tliat tile p.ict'and I. shall teach Ji'y/i. ,t. 3. w hen ve see the ;;. and t. bearing' tlie ark

    1 l\\\\\\\\t>i„>V,.i.p.i,ndl. hrouiilit up the ark of the l,d,

    2 .' 'h:on. 2.'i. 4. p. and I. shall be porters of the doers 2':'. 31. ;;. and I. were more u[)ri!jl t in heart than .30. 1.".. piie^tt audi, were ashamed, and sanctilied

    CI. /. „nd the pnf>t.^ prai,ed the Lord dav liv dav 27. then \\\\\\\\hf: iirit^iinrid I. blessed the people 31.0. Ilezekiahquestioneil with \\\\\\\\hi- prii'tx and I. X). 8. Ids piiiices i.:a\\\\\\\\e willingly tothe/;;/( ../. audi.

    J'.-.ia 2. 70. so pric.-is and I. dwelt in their cities (i. 20. b)r the print fund I. were purilled toyetlier 7.7. there went up of tlie priens and I. and sim;ers 9.1. the p. and I. have not sefiarated themselves 10. 5. I'zra arose and made the p. and I. to swear

    i\\\\\\\\V/i. '.). 3!',. our princes, /. and priests. %vA to it 10. 3t. wecast lots anion- ;'.;('•/.. nndl. and i>eople

    12. .30. the ;;.««,/ /.puriliedtlu nisei ves and the wall 4). Uidah rejoiced bir the p. and !. that waited

    7'a.0i"i. 21. 1 will take of them tor prie.,t.< and I. Jcr. ,33. 18. priests and I. not want a man to oti'er

    21. and with the /. the priests mv ministers }■:-., i. 41. 15. butthep. and /.that kept the charge ./<'//;( 1. I'J. wlien the .lews sent p. and I. to ask him

    T.h.Vl I UAL. Ileh.~.\\\\\\\\l. if perfection were bv the /. priesthood

    LKVV, .^uhstmitiie. 1 Kinps 5. 13. ,'^olomon raised a /. of 30<1,000 men

    14. an-l .Ad

    9. 15. this is the leason of the /. Solomon raised

    Id.VV, Veifi. Kuin. 31. 28. and /. a tributi' to the T.ord 1 Kinffi y. 21. upon those di.l .Solomon /. a tribute

    I.I.W 1). Ezei. 10. C7. which are ashamed of tliv /. wav 23. 4t. so went thev in, as unto the /.'womaii Jlet> 17. 5. .lews took /. bllows of the ba,„ r s. rt

    I.KW 1)1. V. C:ei. 22. 11. another hath /. delilcd his dau'diter

    I.i,\\\\\\\\VI)\\\\\\\\r>-.. .Tiidff. 20. ft. thev have comuntted /. in Israel Jer. 11. I.-,, she halh wrouiiht /. with main-

    13. 27. 1 have .seen the /. of thv whoie.lom Ez,t. lb. 43. an

    ,58. thou hast borne Ihv /. and abominalious- C2. o. ui the nddst of thee thev coMimit /

    1 II. bv /. hath dehled hisdauLd.ter iu law 23.21. calledst to remembrance the /. of thv voutli C7. thu^ will 1 m.ik.' thv /. to ce.ise 18 " ' 20. shall be discovered, both thv /. and whoredom .-i.^. th.iei.Me bear thou al-o thv /. and w la.redom 40. and they shall le. ..mpeus'e vour /. on voo CI. 13. m -.In tdtluness is/. bec,m"se 1 pureed thee 7/,o. 2. 10. and now wdl I discover hlr /. in si-ht 6. 0. priests murder iu wav, thev cuuuit / " Ji7. 18. 14. it it were a matter <.V wroic or / I.IAU. ov r.YAI!. I.I H Kit A I,. Proi. 11. 2.5. the /. soul shall be made fat Ita. 32. .5. the vde pers.,n shall not be called /.

    K. tlie /. de\\\\\\\\is.'th /. thiiijs, and bv /. thiu' s 2Cur. y. 13. they Ldoril.\\\\\\\\ {.. b>r vour /. di.stribution

    Mi'.l'.liAl.l IV. 1 Cor. If,. 3. to briuL' vour /. to lerusalem 2Cur. B. 2. aUnmded to the rii lies of their /

    I.inriiAM.V. J)rul. 1.-). II. thou shalt furnish him /. out of Jam. 1. 5. ask ot (oxl. who siveth to all men /

    i.im.i! I [\\\\\\\\i'.s.

    Acts C. 9. which is calle.l the svna:;oi;ue of the /

    MlU'lilV

    Sisnifies, (II .■/ p,r^;r u/,ie/i a person has i„ do or

    forhear any partieulnr action. I Cor. 7. 30. [CJ

    Freedom from any ieri ifnde or koyidaye, T ev. 25

    10. 11 eb. 13. 23. [3] freedom from the cvrse of the moral la:.\\\\\\\\ and from the sen ittide of the

    . ceremonial lau:. Cial. 5. 1. [4] lull and perfect

    LIE

    deliverance froyn all miseries :. liatsoezer. 7^om.8. CI. [5] .1 po:.er or freedom in vsim/ things in- di.trerent, 1 for. 8. 9- I 10. 19. [0] freedom from the icil of iffnorance and spiritual htindness, the yoke of the la:.', and the slavery ef sin, 2 Cor. 3. 17. J.ev. 25. 10. ve shall proclaim /. throuah all the land P.^al. Uy. 45. and 1 will walk at /. for 1 seek />«. (51. 1. he Sent me to proclaiiii /. to the captives Jer. .34. 8. made a covenant to proclaim /. to them 15. done riiilit m mv si;;ht, in iiroclaimiiii,' /. ](i. his servant wlio:ii he hail set at /. to return 17. ye have not hearkened to meiii proclaiminir /. 1 proclaim a /. foi' vou to f.i'iiiue, to swoid F.zek. 4f.. 17. it sliall be his to the vearof/. Luke 4. 18. to set at /. them that are bruised .lets 21. 23. to keep Paul, and let him have/.

    26. .32. this man mi;;hl have been set at /. 27.3. and L'ave him /. to no to his friends

    I'Om. 8. 21. irom liondai'e into tlie -lorious /.

    1 Cer. 7. 30. slie is at /. to mairy whom she will 8. y. take heed lest this /. of > ours become

    30. 20. for why is my /. jndjid of another

    2 Cor. 3. 17. w here theSpiritot t!ie lord is. there is/. i'al. 2. 4. who came in pri\\\\\\\\iU', to spv out our /.

    5. 1. stand fast in the /. whei-ewith Christ made

    13. ve have been called to /. use not vour /. //(■/(. 10. + ly. haviiii.'/. to enter the hofiest

    13. 23. that our brother limothv is set at /. Jam. 1. 25. whoso looketh into tlie l„w of /.

    2. 12. that shall be jml-ed by tlie law of/.

    1 I'tt. 2. III. as free, and not usiiiL' /. for a cloak

    2 PlI. 2. r.i. while thev promise them /. thev

    "LICK. Eiod.i^. It"), thedust became /. throush all Firypt

    17. smote dust, it became /. in man and beast

    18. mai;ici,tiis did so with their ench.mtments to brills' forth /. so there were /. upon man and beast

    Psal. 105. 31. there came /. in all their coasts

    Lit L\\\\\\\\CK. -lets 21.40. and when he had civen Paul /. 25. 10. tiUth.e accused have/, to answer for himself

    LICK. .A;;m.2C.4. now shall thisconipanv /. up alV around 1 Kings CI. ly. shall dous /. thv blood, even thine I'snl. 72. 0. and his enemies shall /. the dust Isa. 4y. 23. and shall /. up the- dust of thv feet Mic. 7. 17. they shall /. the dust like a serpent LICK HI).

    1 Kinc;s\\\\\\\\p,. .38. fire /. up the water in the trench 21. 10. where doi;s /. the blood of Naboth

    22. .38. and the do;;s /. up his blood and washed Lvke 16. 21. the tloiis came and /. his jores

    Lie KKI II.

    ynm. 22. 4. shall lick up all, as the o.\\\\\\\\ /. uper.iis

    LID.

    2 Kings 12. 9. and bored a hole in the /. of it

    Llf,. Gen. 10. 32. diink wine, and we will /. with, him .34. and lio tlioii in. and /. with him .30. 15. therildre he shall /. with thee to niyht

    30. 7. she said, come /. with me, 12. 2 Sam. 13. 11.

    14. he came in untonie to /. with me

    Frod. 22. 10. if a man /. with a maid not betrothed Lev. 15.18. woman with whom man shall /.with seed

    24. if anv man /. with her at all, he is unclean 18.20. not/, carnally with thy neiLihbour's wife

    22. shalt not /. with"mankiud I' 23. nor/, with beast 20. 12. and if a man /. with his dam;hter-in law 13. if /. with mankind || 15. if /. with a beast 18. if a man /. with a woman havim; her sit kiiess 20. if a man/, with his urn le's wib', he hath Snm. 5. 13. if a man /. w ith her, and it be hid from Dent.':-:. 23. and a man find her. and /. w ith her

    25. if the man force her, and /. with her

    2il. if tind a damsel not betrothed, and /. with her 28. .30. betroth a wife, anil another /. with her '2 Sam. II. 11. shall I then lm, to /. with mv wife' Cant. 1. 13. he sliall /. all nit;ht betwixt my breasts

    I.IK. Cen. 47. .30. T will /. with mv fathers, not in F.nvpt /.'j-.rf. 23. 11. thou shalt let the L'roimd /. still /)cw/.2y. 20. all the curses in this book shall /.on him ./!',-/(. 8. y. and thev went to /. in ambush. 12. .hid,/, ly. 20. let all thv wants/, on me, oiilv lodire Until 3. 4. thou .shalt mark the pl.ice where he shall /. 1 Kiiios 1. 2. and let her/, in tbv bosom.that kinu I'sal. ,T7. 4. I /. amoiii; them that are set on lire !•«. 5. like the slain that /. in the Loave /.c<7. l. 11. if two /. to-ethei the\\\\\\\\- haM- heat /.«. 13. 21. wild beasts of the desert sh.dl /. there

    14. 18. all the kimjs of the natiois /. in ^dorv 51. 20. thv sons /. at the head of all the streets

    l.am. 2. 2'l. the voiim; and old /. on the ground F.zik.A. 4. /. thou also upon thv left siile and lav 0. /. aL;ain on th\\\\\\\\ 1 ii;lit sidel' y, sli.dt /. 300 da'vs

    31. 18. shalt /. in the midst of the imcircumcised .32. 21. thev /. mil iicumi ised, shiju bv swoul, 30.

    27. and thev shall not /. with the mijlitv

    28. /. w ith the slain 1 2y. /. with imcircumcised 31. 14. there shall thev /. ma ;;ood told

    ./™7 1. 13. come, /. alTni-ht in sackcloth .Imos 0. 4. that /. on bedsof ivorv. and stietdi ,/»/(« 5. 0. when lesus saw him /.' he sailh to him 20.0. Simon Peter seeth the linen clothes /.

    l.W.dorvn. r.cv. 18. 23. before a beast, to /. do:n thereto. 20. 10. 20. (".. veshall /. d. and none shall make vouatrai.l .Vk«,.2:!.24. IsLiel shall not/. r/e:.Htill li'eeaf prev Pent. 25. 2. iudee cause him to/.

    13. tarrv this uiyht. l.do:cn until the moruim: 1 Sani.:i.->. Idisaid, I called not, /.

    27. ly. the rich man shall /. d. but not be patliered I'anl. C3.C. hemakethme /. do:cn in jjreen pastures Proi: 3. 24. thou shalt /. dvu-n and thy sleep be sw cet

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    Isa. 11. 6. the leopard shall /. do:en with the kid 7. their youn^' ones shall /. (/<):•« together

    14. .'iO. and the neeilv sliall l.dorin in safety

    17. 2. they shall he tor tiocks which shall /. dou'n 27. 10. there shall the calf feed and /. do:vn 43. 17. the army and the pow er shall /. d. toijether 50. U. this ye have, \\\\\\\\ e shall /. d.un in sorrow- to. 10. shall be a place for the herds to /. do:n in Jfr. 3. C5. we I. down in our shame an. I confusion .33. 12. shepherds (ausin- their tiocks to/. do:in 50. n'!. have fori;otten their pla^ e to /. doun in Fzek. 34. 15. and 1 w ill cause !h..,„ to /. do: n Ilos. 2. 18. I will make tliem to /. (/,,:.7i safel v Zeph. 2. 7- thev sliall /. ,/■■.» in the evenim;'

    14. flocks shall /. do:.n '■' 15. tor beasts to /. doun in 3. 13. the remnant of Israel shall feed and /. doi.7i LIK in ::nit. Fred. 21. 13. if a man /. not in :, ait. but ' iod deliver Dent. ly. 1 1, if a man hate his neighbour, and /. m -j. Josh. 8. 4. ye shall /. in unit a-ainst the city Jndg. 9. 32. up by ni;;ht, and /. in :;ait in tlie field 21. 20. sayiuLi. l'o and /. m uait in the vineyards 1 Sam.1'2.V>. haststiired upmv servant to /. m :;. 13. Joli .-iii. 40. aivi abide in the ™vert to /. in :.ait Psal. 59. 3. for lo, they /. in r.nit for my soul /V

    ' Lll", ua-tc. Isa. 33. 8. the hi2h-wa\\\\\\\\ s /. :.a../.- 31. 10. itshall /. ;r. I tag. 1.4. to dwell in liouses.and this house /. .-.ai.'S

    LIEN, or LAIN. Oen. 20. 10. one mii;ht have /. with thy wife Xnm. 5. ly. if no man have /. with thee, be free

    20. 1)1. t if some man have /. with thee beside thy .Tnda. 2!. 11. des'rov everv woman that hath /. J'/> 3. 13. for now should I have /. still /'•(!/. Ofi. 13. though ve have /. amon- the pots, yet ./or. 3. 2. see w here thou hast not been /. w ith Jilin II, 17. he had /. in the crave four davs

    I.ILHs ,„ :.„,V. .rosli. ?.. 14. he wist not th.at theie were /. in r.nit Jn:'g. 9. 2.5. the men of >hechem set /. in :.. for li:n 10. 12. there were /. in -..ait ahidin;; in the chamber 20. 2y. Israel set /. in r.nit ro ;nd about (iibeah 33. the /. in :v. came forth i 37. /. hasted and rush. 30. they trusted to the /. in ::ait which thev set Jir. 51. 1 12. prepare /. in r.ait a:;ainst pab\\\\\\\\l n

    LI LSI. ''Cn. 28. 13. the land whereon thou /. I will udvi? Ihnt. 0.7. when thou /. down anil risest up, 11. 19. .losh. 7. ]o. up, wherebire /. thou on thv face ' Prov. 3. 24. w hen thou /. down shalt not be at'raij

    I.IF.TII. (ien.-\\\\\\\\. 7. if thou doest not well.sin /.at the door 4y. 25. bless blessiuLis of tlie dee|) that /. under Fe:. 14. 47. he that /. in the house shall wash

    15. 4. everv bed w liereon he /. is uni lean

    20. everv"thini.' that she /. on is im(dcan. 20.

    24. all the bed whereon he /. shall be urn h an. ,33. 20. 34. sabbaths. asloUL' as it /. desolate. 35. 43. the lanii enjov sabhathB. while slie /. desolate Jnda. 10. 5. see wherein his ureat stieuiith /. 0. tell me w herein thv -.'leat stiemzth /. 15. ,/'/(40. 21. he /. under "the sliadv trees, in covert I'sal. 41. 8. now that he /. he shall rise no more («. 7. thv wrath /. hard on me. thou hast atllicted Mat. 8. 6. mv servant /. at home M( k of the palsy Mark 5. 23. my dam;hter /. at the point of death 7i'i);«. 12. 18. as much as .'. lli vou, live peaceably 1 Jfhn 5. ly. the whole ,coi ,( /. in w ickedness

    I.I IIP ao:.n. Ihith?,. 4. it shall be when he /. rf'-. „,niark the place Job 14. 12. ---Oman/, c'e:. «,and riseth not till h. avens I'rov. 23. 34. as he that /. do:.n in the midst ot the sea

    TIF, I'll in :.ait. I'sal. 10. y. he /. in :. . secretly as a lion. /. in :.-. to I'rov. 7. 12. and she /. in :.nii at everv corner 23. 28. she also /. in r.nit as tor a prev

    T.lLlll r.n'te. Xr'i. 2. 3. the place of mv lather's senulchr, s /. r.-. 17. then said I. vou see how .lerusalem /. r.a.'te Lll' I'll, as with a woman. Fr.d. 22. 19. w hoso /. with be.ist surelv put to death /,,:. iy.20. whoso /.carnallv with a'bond-maid 20. 11. the man that /. with his father's wife 1.1. lie w ith mankind as he /. with a woman n,ni. '.r;.20. cuLsed be he that /. with tather's wife

    21. /. with beast ' 22. sister ' 23. mother in law Mie. 7. 5. thv mouth from her that /. in thv besom

    LIIT I FN AN F>^.

    Ezra 8. 30. thev deliver, the kinp's comm.issions to /.

    F'th. 3. 12. llaman h.id commanded the king's /. 8.0. Mordecai li.,il i ommanded to the /. 0. 3. all the rulers and /. helped the .lews LI IF,

    SiL'iiifies. [1] flat .'pace of rime r.hieh pi's, < li« t:.e,n the birth and death .f anu yir-on. Psal. 17. 14. Prov. 3. 2. [2] .7 vor.er to more, and do the actions ,f lite. .lob 3. 2o. Feci 2. 17. [3] A spiritual, svperrainral. and heavenl.v lite, nhere- bv ri-e live to Cod. and e'ljoy I'O'e r.ith him, rihich also is tlie r.av to etenioi life. lioin. 8. 6. Col. 3. 3. [41 fliat ■ ternnt happmrs'. g/ory. and bles-edness. r. lue'i t'l, sainf enj. y in h, a: en. Horn. 5. 17. [51 T/iiit qiiic'.ining and stniinthenini/ jorver if tlie .'Spirit ,1 Christ, r.hieh supports be- lievers undir a.tHietions and suffenmju :o that tfinj are not 0:1 r-. helmed and cowpu rid by them, 2 Cor. 4. 10. [0] C'irist's re^nrreelion and in- tercession. Hom. 5. 10. [7] 'I'he appetite, or slo- niaeh. .lob 33. 20. [81 The nouriJiment. or sup- lorl of life. \\\\\\\'>out. lo. 10. [0] lUfinu' perfain- ina to this lite. 1 I iiii. 4. 8. [lol Fhi^ r.orld, Luke 8. 14. [Ill Con: ersation. Acts 20. 4. It is siMiken, [1] <>f Christ, r.ho is the fountain of natural, spiritual, and eternal life, rvho has fiTomised eternal life to his people, pinehased and prepared it for them : and rvho preparer them for it, and utll actually beslo:- it upon them, Jiihu 277

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    1. 4.1 11. 25. Col. 3. 4. [2] Of the dochine of

    the gospel, which points ont the way to eternal life, John 6. 63. [.'5] Of the blood, jo/iicA, wiVA the spirits corUained in it, is the seat and support of life, Gen. 9. 4.

    Cen. 1. 20. the moving creature that hath /. 30 and to every thing wherein tliere is /.

    2. 7. God breathed into his nostrils the breath of /. 9. the tree of /. in the midst of the garden, 3. 22.

    3. 24. cherubims to keep the way of the tree of /.

    6. 17. to destroy all wlierein is the breath of /. 7. 22.

    9. 4. Hesh with the /. shall ye not eat. Lev. l7. 14. 5. of every man will I require the /. of man

    18. 10. I will return according to the time of /. 14.

    23. 1. these were the years of the /. of Sarah 25.7. the yeai-s of Abraham's /. |l 17. Ishmael's /. 42. 15. by the /. of Pharaoh, ye shall not go, 16. 45. 5. God did send me before to preserve /.

    47. 9. not attained to the years of /. of my fathers Pxod. 6. 16. the years of the /. of Levi were 137- 18. years of the /. of Koliath || 20. /. of Amram

    21. 23. Shalt five. I. for /. Lev. 24. 1 18. Deut. 19. 21. Lev. 17. 11. tor the /. of the tiesh is in the blood

    18. 18. besides the other in her /. time

    24. f 17. hethatsmiteth/. of man,De7

    20. 19. for the tree of the field is man's /. .24. 6. for he taketh a man's /. to pledge

    30. 15. I have set before thee /. 19. Jer. 21. 8.

    32. 47. it is not a vain thing, because it is your /. Josh. 2. 14. the men answered, our I. for yours

    1 Sam. 25. 29. shall be bound up in the bundle of /. S Sam. 14. 7. for the /. of his brother whom he slew + 14. because God hath not taken away his /. 15. 21. whether in death or /. there will I be 1 Kings 3. 11 . hast not asked for thyself long /. nor asked the /. of thine enemies, 2 Chr. 1. 11. 2' Kings 4. 16. time of I. thou shalt embrace a son, 17.

    7. 7- left the camp as it was, ami fled for their /. £zra 6. 10. they may pray for the /. of the king £sth. 8. 11. granted the Jews to stand for their /. J06 3. 20. wliy is /. given to the bitter in soul ?

    10. 12. thou nast granted me /. and favour

    12. t 10. in whose hand is the /. of every thing 24. 22. he riseth up, and no man is sure of /.

    31. 39. or the owners tliereof to lose tlieir /.

    33. 4. the breath of the Almighty hath given me /. 36. 6. he preserveth not the /. of the wicked 14. and their /.is among the unclean .38. t .39. wilt thou fill the I. of the young lions .' Psal. 16. 11. thou wilt shew me the path of /.

    21. 4. he asked /. of thee, thou gavesthim

    30. 5. in his favour is /. weeping may endure 34. 12. Whatman is he thatdesireth /. ?

    36. 9. for with thee is the fountain of /. 61. 6. thou wilt prolong the king's /. 63. 3. thy loving-kindness is better than /. 66. 9. bless God, who holdeth our soul in /. 78. 50. but gave their /. over to the pestilence

    91.16. with long /. will I satisfy him 133. 3. the blessmg, even I. for evermore

    Prov. 1. 19. which taketh away the I. of the owners

    2. 19. noi- take they hold of the paths of I.

    3. 2. long /. and peace shall they add to thee

    18. she is a tree of /. to them that lay hold on her

    22. so shall they be /. to thy soul

    4. 22. for they are /. to those that find them

    23. keep thy heart, for out of it are the issues of I.

    5. 6. lest thou shouhlest ponder the path of /.

    6. 23. reproofs of instruction are the way of /. 26. adulteress will hunt for the precious /.

    8. 35. whoso findethme findeth /. and shall obtain

    10. 11. the mouth of the righteous is a well of I. 17. is in the way of /. that keepeth instruction

    11. 30. the fruit of the righteous is a tree of /.

    12. 10. righteous regardeth the /. of his beast

    28. in the way of righteousness is /.and no death

    13. 8. the ransom of a man's /. are his riches 12. when desire cometh, it is a tree of /.

    14. the law of the wise is a fountain of /.

    14. 27. the fear of the Lord is a fountain of /.

    30. a sound heart is the /. of the flesh , but envy

    15. 4. a wholesome tongue is a tree of /.

    24. the way of /. is above to the wise

    31. heareth reproof of /. abideth among the wise 16. 15. in the light of the king's countenance is /.

    22. understanding is a well-spring of /. to him 18. 21. death and /. are in the power of the tongue

    21. 21. he that foUoweth mercy, findeth /.

    22. 4. by humility are riches, honour, and /. 27. + 27. goats'-milk for /. for thy maidens

    31. 12. she will do him good all the davs of her /. Led. 2. 3. good they should do all the days of their /.

    17. therefore 1 hated /. || 7. 12. wisdom giveth /.

    9. t 9. enjoy /. with the wife whom thou lovest Jsa. 38. 16. m all these thinjs is the /. of mv spirit

    20. we will sing songs all the days of our'/. 57. 10. thou hast found the /. of thy hand Jer. 8. 3. and death shall be chosen rather than /. 21. 7. hands of them that seek their /. 34. 20, 21.

    8. 1 set before you the way of /. and of death 49. 37. 1 will cause Elam to be dismayed before

    their enemies, before them that seek their /. Xam.2. 19. lift up thy hands for the/, of thychildr. Lzelr. 1. + 20. spirit of /. in wheels, + 21. I 10. + 17.

    7. + 13. though their /. was yet among the living 13. 22. should not return by promising him /.

    33. 15. if the wicked walk in the statutes of /. Van, 7. + 12. a prolonging in /. was given them Jonah 1. 14. let us not perish for this man's /. Mat. 2. 5. my covenant was with him of /. Mat. 2. 20. are dead which sought the child's /.

    3. + 8. bring fruit meet for amendment of /. 6. 25. take no thought for your /. Lnie 12. 22. 18. 8. to enter into /. halt or maimed, Mar/r 9. 43.

    9. better to enter into /. with one eye. Mart 9. 45.

    19. 17. if wilt enter into/, keep the commandments Mart 3. 4. is it lawful to save /. or to kill, Luie 6. 9. Lnie 1. 75. in holiness all the days of our /.

    12. 15. tor a man's /. consisteth not in abundance

    23. the /. more than meat, the body than raiment John 1. 4. in him was /. and the /. was light of men

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    John 3. "6. that believeth not the Son, shall not see /.

    5. 26. for as the Father hath /. in himself, so hath

    he given to the Son to have /. in himself 29. have done good, to the resurrection of /. 40. will not come to me that might have /. 10. 10.

    6. 33. giveth /. unto world II .35. 1 am bread of /. 48. 51. which I will give for the /. of the world

    53. and drink his blood, ye have no /. in you 63. the words that 1 speak to you, they are /.

    8. 12. not in darkness, but shall have the light of /.

    11. 25. 1 am the resurrection and the /. 14. 6.

    20. 31 . believing ye might have /. through his name Acts 2. 28. hast made known to me the ways of /.

    3. 15. and killed the Prince of /. whom (Jod raised 17. 25. seeing he giveth to all /. and breath 26.4. the manner of /. from my youth, Jews know 27- 22. there shall be no loss of any man's /. livm. 5. 17. shall reign in /. by one, Jesus Christ 18. came on all men to justification of /.

    6. 4. even so we should walk in newness of /. 8. 2. the law of the Spirit of /. in Christ Jesus

    6. to be spiritually minded is /. and peace 10. tlie Spirit is /. because of righteousness .38. I am persuaded that neither death nor /. 11. 15. the receiving them be, but /. from the dead

    1 Cor. 3. 22. the world, or /. or death, all are yours

    14. 7. even things without /. giving sound

    2 Cor. 1. 8. insomuch that we despaired even of/.

    2. 16. to the other the savour of /. unto /.

    3. 6. the letter killeth, but the Spirit giveth /.

    4. 10. that the /. of Jesus might be manifested 12. death worketh in us, but /. in you

    5. 4. that mortality might be swallowed up of/. Gal. 2. 20. the /. which 1 now live in the flesh

    3. 21. a law given which could have given /. Eph. 4. 18. being alienated from the /. of God Phil. 1. 20. whether it be by /. or by death

    2. 16. holding forth word of /. that 1 may rejoice Col. 3. 3. and your /. is hid with Christ m God

    4. when Christ who is our /. shall appear

    1 Tim. 2. 2. we may lead a peaceable /. in all godlin.

    4. 8. having the promise of the /. that now is

    2 Tim. 1. 1. according to the promise of /. in Christ 10. ani\\\\\\\\ hath brought /. to light by the gospel

    3. 10. thou hast fully known my manner of /. Ileh. 2. 15. were all their /. time subject to bondage

    7. 3. neither beginning of days, nor end of /.

    16. who is made after the power of an endless /. Jatn. 1. 12. be shall receive the crown of /.

    4. 14. for what is your /. ? it is even a vapour

    1 Pet. 3. 7. as being heirs together of the grace of/. 10. for he that will love /. and see good days

    4. 3. for the time past of our /. may sufflce us

    2 Pet. 1. 3. hath given us all things pertaining to /. 1 Joh?i 1.1. our hands have handled the word of /.

    2. for the /. was manifested, and we have seen it 2. 16. the pride of/, is not of the Fath. but of world

    5. 12. he that hath the Son hath /. and he that hath

    not the Son of God hatli not /.

    16. he shall give him /. for them that sin not Rev. 2. 7. to him will I give to eat of the tiee of/.

    10. be faithful, and I will give thee a crown of /.

    8. 9. third part of the creatures that had /. died 11. 11. the Spirit of /. from God entered into them 13. 15. he had power to give /. to the beast

    21. 6. I will give to thirsty of the water of /. freely

    22. 1. he shewed me a pure river of water of /. 2. the tree of /. bare twelve manner of fruits 14. that they may have right to the tree of/.

    17. let him take the water of /. freely

    ^ee Book, Etkrnal, Everlasting. His LIFE. Gen. 44. 30. seeing his I. is bound up in the lad's life Ezod. 21. .30. he shall give for the ransom of his I. Dent. 17. 19. shall read therein all the days of his I. Jush. 4. 14. they feared him all the days of /«* /. Jndg. 9. 17. for my father adventured liis I. far 16. 30. more than they which he slew in his I.

    1 Sam. 19. 5. he did put his I. in his hand, and slew

    23. 15. saw that Saul was come out to seek his I.

    2 Sam. 18. 18. Absalom in his /.-time had taken

    1 Kings 2. 23. if not spoken this word against his I.

    19. 3. when he saw that, he arose and went for his I. + 4. Elijah sat down, anil requested for his I.

    20. ,39. then shall thy life be for his I. 42.

    2 Kings 10. 24. his I. shall be for the life of him Neh. 6. 11. would go into the temple to save his I. t'sth. 7. 7. Haman stood to make request for his I.

    Joh 2. 4. all that a man hath will he give for his I.

    6. behold, he is in thy hand, but save his I.

    33. 18. ami his I. from perishing by the sword

    20. his I. abhorreth bread jl 22. his i. to destroyers 28. he will deliver, and his I. shall see the light Psal. 49. + 18. though in his I. he blessed his soul Prov. 7- 23. and knoweth not that it is for his /.

    13. 3. he that keepeth his mouth, keepeth his I. Eccl. 3. 12. for a man to rejoice and do good in his I.

    7. 15. there is a wicked man that prolongeth his I.

    8. 15. shall abide of his labours all the days of his I. Isa. 15. 4. Moab, his I. shall be grievous to him Jer. 21. 9. his I. shall be to him for a prey, 38. 2.

    44. 30. into the hand of them that seek hts I. Ezek. 3. 18. nor speakest to warn, to sav e his /.

    7. 13. nor strengthen himself in iniquity of his I.

    32. 10. shall tremble, every man for his I. Amos 2. t 14. nor shall the mighty deliver his I. Mat. 10. 39. he that findeth his I. shall lose it : he that loseth his I. shall find it, 16. 25. Mari 8. .35. Lnie 9. 24. | 17. 33. John 12. 25.

    20. 28. to give A. /. aransom for many, Mart W. 45. Luke 14. 26. yea, and hate not his own /. also John 10. 11. good Shepherd giveth his I. for sheep

    15. 13. that a man lay down his I. for his friends Acts^. 33. for his I. is taken from the earth

    20. 10. trouble not yourselves, his I. is in him Pom. 5. 10. much more we shall be saved by his I. Phil. 2. .30. not regarding his I. to supply your lack 1 John 3. 16. love of G . because he laid down his I. See Days. Ml/ LIFE. Gen. 19. 19. mercy thou hast shewed in saving my I. 27. 46. 1 am weary of my I. what good shall my I. do

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    Gen. 32.30. my /. is preserved || 48.15. fed me all my I, Num. 23. 1 10. let iiiy I. die the death of righteous Judg. 12. 3. I put OT^ /. in my hands, and passed over

    1 Sam. 18. 18. what is my I. or my father s family 20. 1. what is my sin, that he seeketh my I.?

    22. 23. he that seeketh my I. seeketh thy life 26. 24. so that my I. be much set by in the eyes 28. 9. wherefore layest thou a snai e for my I. ?

    21. 1 put my I. in my hand, and hearkened to

    2 Sam. 1. 9. because my I. is yet whole in me 16. 11. behold, my son of my bowels seeketh my I.

    18. 13. have wrought falsehood against 7ny I.

    19. + 34. how many days are the years of my I,

    1 Kitigs 19. 4. it is enough, now, take away my I. 10. they seek my I. to take it away, 14. Pom. 11.3.

    2 h'i)i{is 1. 13. let my I. be precious in thy sight, 14. Esth. 7. 3. let my I. be given me at my petition Joh 6. 11. my end that I should prolong my I.

    7. 7- O remember that my I. is but wind 15. my soul chooseth death rather than my I. 0. 21. tho' 1 were perfect, yet 1 would despise my I.

    10. 1. my soul is weary of my I. 1 will leave 13. 14. wherefore do 1 put my I. in my hand ?

    Psal. 7. 5. let him tread down my I. on the earth

    23. 6. mercy shall follow me all the days of my /.

    26. 9. gather not my I. with bloody men

    27. 1. the Lord is the strength of my I. of whom 4. dwell in the house of the Lord all days of my I.

    31. 10. 7)iy I. is spent with grief and signing 13. they devised to take away my I, .38. 12. that seek after my I. lay snares for me 42. 8. and my prayer to the God of my I. 64. 1. preserve my I. from fear of the enemy 88. 3. and my I. draweth nigh to (he grave 143. 3. he hath smitten my I. to the ground

    Isa. 38. 12. 1 have cut oft' like a weaver my I.

    Lam. 3. 53. they cut oflf my I. in the dungeon 58. O Tx)rd, thou hast redeemed my I.

    Jonah 2. 6. hast brought up my I. from corruption 4. 3. O Lord, take, I beseech thee, my I. from nie

    John 10. 15. and I lay ilown my I. for the sheep

    17. my Fath. loveth me, because I lay doAvn my L 13. 37. I.ord, 1 will lay down my I. for thy sake

    Acts 20. 24. nor count I my I. dear to myself

    This LIFE. Psal. 17. 14. men which have their portion in this I. Eccl. 6. 12. knoweth what is good for a man in this I,

    9. 9. that is thy portion in this I. and in labour Lnke 8. 14. are cTioked with the cares of this I.

    21. 34. hearts overcharged with the cares of this I. Acts 5. 20. go, speak all the words of this I.

    1 Cor. 6. 3. much more things that pertain to this I. 4. have judgment of things pertaining to this I.

    15. 19. if in this I. only w« have hope in Christ

    2 Tim. 2. 4. entangleth himself with aflfairs of this I. 1 John 5. 11. eternal life, and this I. is in his Son

    Thy LIFE. Gen. 19. 17- escape for thy I. look not behind thee

    47. 1 8. how many are the days of the years of thy I. Exod. 4. 19. tlie men are dead which sought thy I, Devt. 28. 66. and thy I. shall hang in doubt befora

    thee, and thou shalt have no assurance of thy I, Jndg. 18. 25. they run on thee, and thou lose thy I. Kuthi. 15. he shall be to thee a restorer of thy I,

    1 Sam. 19. 11. if thou save not thy I. to-night

    22. 23. he that seeketh my life seeketh thy I.

    26. 24. as 1. 1, was mucli set by this day , so my life

    2 Sam. 4.8. the head of thine enemy that sought thy I, 19. 5. thy servants which this day saved thy I.

    1 Kings 1. 12. come that thou mayest save thy I.

    19. 2. if 1 make not thy I. as the life of one of them

    20. 31. go out, peradventure he will save tliy I.

    39. if he be missing thy I. be for his life, 42. Psal. 103. 4. who redeemeth thy I. from

    13. let her not go, keep her, for she is thy I. 9. 11. and the years of thy I. shall be increased 7.1a. 43. 4. therefore will 1 give people for thy I. Jer. 4. 30. thy lovers, they will seek thy I.

    11. 21. of the men that seek thy I. 22. 25. 1 .38. 16. 39. 18. thy I. shall be for a prey to thee, 45. 5.

    Luke 16. 25. thou in thy I. receivedst good things Julm 13. 38. wilt thou lav down thy I. for my sake ? 7'o"LlFE.

    2 Kings 8. 1 . whose son he had restored to 1.5. Prov. 10. 16. the labour of the righteous tendeth to I.

    11. 19. as righteousness tendeth io/. so that puisuetli 19. 23. the fear of the Lord tendeth to I.

    Mat. 7. 14. narrow is the way that leadeth to I.

    John 5. 24. but is passed from death to 1. 1 John 3. 14.

    /lets 11. 18. G.to Gentiles granted repentance to I.

    Pom. 7. 10. the commandment ordained to /.

    IJei. 11. 35. women received their dead raised to I. LIFT

    Signifies, [1] To raise or heave up. Gen. .37. 28. [2] To put to death, or crucify, .lohn 8. 28. I 12. 32. To LiKT up the eyes, signifies, [1] To di- rect and make known our desires to God by prayer, with hope and expectation of a graciojis answer, Psal. 121,. 1. 1 123. 1. [2] To behold, contemplate, and consider with wonder and admiration, Isaiah

    40. 26. To Lift up the head, signifies, [1] To restore a person to his former dignity. Gen, 40. 13. [2] To recover former strength and courage, so as to oppress others, Judg. 8. 28. [3] To re- joice and be glad, Luke 21. 28. [4] To be ad- vanced above others, and obtain a complete vie- torj/ over them, Psal. 27. 6. To Lift upthe hand, signifies, [1] To swear, or by oath to confirm a thing, Gen. 14. 22. [2] To bless. Lev. 9. 22. It was an usual posture in blessing, which denoted both the place whence the blessing was expected, and an earnest desire for obtaining it. [3] To pray, Psal. 28. 2. [4] To rise in rebellion, 2 Sam.

    18. 28. I 20. 21. [5] To oppress, threaten, injure, or wrong any manner of way. Job 31. 21. [6] 10 shake off sloth, and heartily to engage in our duty, Heb. 12. 12,

    Thou shalt lift up thy face unto God, Job 22. 26. Thou shalt look up to him by meditation and prayer, not with horror and grief, but with cheer- fulness, confidence, and comfort.

    LIF

    'Be ye lift up, ye everlasting doors, Psal. 24. 7- jlli lie true members of the church, raise up your hearts and smils, timich are of an everlasting and immortal nature, from all earthly thinns, and set them open for the reception of Christ the King of glory.

    Hath lift up his heel a^inst me, Psal. 41. 9. Hath dehaved himself itisole'Ulp, contemptuously, atid ivjuriottsly touards me. It is a phrase taken from an unruly Itorse, aho kicks at him that oa^Tis and feeds him.

    lift not up the horn, Psal. 75. 4. Carry net your- selves arrogantly, scornfully, or maliciously to- tcard me or any of God's people.

    lift up thy feet, I'sal. 74. 3. Come speedily toour help, and for our deliverarice.

    To lift up oneself in height, that is, to grow proud, insolent, and oppressive, Ezck. .31. 10.

    ■Gen. 7. 17. the ark was /. up above the earth 21. 18. /. up the lad, and hold him in thine hand 29. + 1. then .Jacob /. up his feet and came 37. 28. they /. up Joseph out of the pit 40. 13. Pharaoh shall /. up thine head, 19.

    Ezod. 7. 20. /. up the rod and smote waters, 14. 16. 20. 25. if thou /. up a tool on it thou hast polluted

    JVurn. 6.26. Lord/, up his countenance upon thee

    16. 3. wherefore then /.ye up yourselves? 23. 24. and /. up himself as a young lion Deut. 22. 4. Shalt help him to I. them up again

    27. 5. not /. up an iron tool on them, Josh. 8. 31. Tosh. 4. 18. the soles of the priests' feet were /. up Jiuth3. +4. /. up the clotlies that are on his feet

    2 Ham. 23. 8. he /. up his spear against 800

    18. he /. up his spar agamst 300, 1 Chr. 11. 11. 2 Kings 9. 32. he /. up his face to the window

    19. 4. /. up thy prayer for the renmant, Isa. 37. 4.

    25. 27. /. up the head of .lehoiachin king of Judah 1 Chron 25. 5. al 1 these were to /. up the horn I,zra 1. 1 4. let the men of the place /. him up

    9. 6. I blush to /. up my face to thee, my God .Job 5. + 7. the sons of burning coal /. up to fly

    10. 15. if righteous, yet will I not /. up my head 11. 15. then shalt thou /. up thy face, 22. 26.

    Psal. 4. 6. /. up the light of thy countenance on us 7. 6. arise, O IjOrd, in thine anger, /. up thyself 24.7. /. up your heads, O ye gates, be /. ye doors, 9.

    25. 1. to thee, O Lord, I /.mysoul,86. 4. I 143. 8. 28. 2. hear my voice when I /. up niy hands

    9. teed them also, and /. tliem up for ever 41. 9. hath /. up his heel against me, John 13. 18.

    74. 3. /. up tliy feet to the perpetual desolations

    75. 4. and to the wicked, /. not up the horn, 5.

    93. 3. the floods have /. up their waves

    94. 2. /. up thyself, thou judge of the earth 110. 7. therefore shall lie /. up the head

    .£ct7. 4. 10. if they fall, the one will /. up his fellow Jta. 2. 4. nation shall not /.up sword agamst nation, neither shall they learn war any more. Mid. 3. 5. 26. he will /. up an ensign to the nations 10. 15. as if staff should /. up itself as if no wood 21. smite, and shall /. up his staff against thee 26. so shall /. it up after the manner of Egypt 13.2./. ye up a banner upon the high mountam 33. 10. now wfll 1 rise, now will I /. up myself 59. 19. the Lord shall /. up a standard against him 62. 10. /. up a standard for the people, Jier. 50. + 2. .Jer. 7. 16. nor /. up cry nor prayer for them, 11. 14.

    51. 14. they shall /. up a shout against thee JLam. 3. 41. let us /. up our heart with our hands £uk. 8. 3. Spirit /. me up between the earth, 11. 1.

    17. 14. that It might not /. itself up, but stand

    26. S. and shall /. up the buckler against thee ■Zech. 1. 21. so that no man did /. up his head, which

    /. up their horn over land of .ludah to scatter it Mat. 12. 11. will he not /. it out on the sabbath ? JUark 1. 31 . took her by the hand, and /. her up Jjiike 13. 11. and coulci in no wise /. up herself 21. 28. /. up your heads, your redemption draweth .Jam. 4. 10. humble yourselves, and he shall /. up See Eyes. LTFl" hand or hands. Gen. 14. 22. I have /. up mine hand to the Lord

    41. 44. without tliee shall no man /. up his hand Deut. .32. 40. 1 /. up my h. and say 1 live for ever Psal. 10. 12. /. up thine hand, forget not the humble

    28. 2. when 1 /. up my hatids toward thine oracle 03. 4. 1 will /. up my hands in thy name

    119. 48. my h. will 1 /. up to thy commandments 1.34. 2. /. up your hands in the sanctuary and bless Jsa. 49. 22. I will /. up mine hand to the Gentiles Mam. 2. 19. /. up thy Aanrfj towards him for the life lUi. 12. 12. wherefore /. up the h. that hang down

    LlKr voice. Gen.^l. 16. and Hagar /. up her voice and wept .Joi 38. 34. canst thou /.up tliy voice to the clouds Jsa. 10. 30. / up thy voice, O daughter of Gallim 24. 14. tliey shall ?. up their voice, shall sing 40. 9. /. up thy loiMwilh strength, lift it up

    42. 2. he shall not try nor/, uphist-oice

    II. let the wilderness and cities /. up their voice

    52. 8. thy watchmen shall /. up the voice

    58. 1. cry, spare not, /. uplhy toiVe likeatrumpet Jer. 22. 20. cry, and /. up thy voice in Bashan J:^zek.il. 22. to /. up the roire with shouting

    LIFIED. Gen 13. 10. Lot /. up his eyes and beheld .Tordan

    18. 2. Abraham /. up his eyes and looked, 22. 13.

    27. .38. Fjau/. up voice 1139. 18. as 1 /.up my voice

    29. 11. and .lacou /. up his voice and wept

    31. 10. .lacob /. up his eyes saw in a dream, 33. 1.

    40. 20. Pharaoh /. up the head of the butler Xep. 9. £2. Aaron /. up his hand towards the people Num. 14. 1 the congregation /. up their voice

    20. 11. Moses /. up his liand and smote the rock Vevt. 8. 14. then thy heart be /. up and thou forget

    17. 20. that his heart be not /. above his brethren Judg. 2. 4. when the angel of I^rd spake, the people /. up tlieirvoice and wept, 21. 2. 1 Sam. 11. 4.

    8. 28. so they /. up their heads no more

    9. 7. .lotham /. up tiis voice and cried .hearken tome Muih 1. 9. Orpah and Ruth /. up voice and wept, 14 1 Sam. 24. 16. and Saul /. up his voice and wept

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    1 •Si>m.30.4.David and people /.up voice, 2 Sam.Z.ZZ.

    2 Sam. 13. .36. king's sons came and /. up tlieirvoice 20. 21. Sheba hath /. up his hand against king 22. 49. thou also hast /. me up on high

    1 A7w?>ll . 26. Jeroboam /. up Hand against king, 27.

    2 Kings 14. 10. and thine heait hath /. thee up

    1 Chron. 14. 2. his kingdom was /. up on high

    2 Chr. 5. 13. as trumpeters and singers /. up voice 17. 6. his heart was /. up in the ways of the Lord 26. 16. heart was /. up to destruction, .32. 25.

    Job 2. 12. they /. up tiseir voice and wept 6. 1 2. my calamity /. up in the balances 31. 21. if 1 have /. up my hand against the fatherless 29. or /. up myself when evil found him

    Psal. 24. 4. who hath not /. up his soul unto vanity

    27. 6. now shall my head be /. up above

    .30. 1. extol thee, for thou hast /. me up, 102. 10. 74. 5. as he /. up a.xes upon the thick trees 83. 2. fhey that hate thee have /. up the head 93. 3. the floods have /. up their voice, O Lord 106. 26. therefore he /. up his liand against them

    Prov. 26. + 7. the legs of the lame are /. up 30. 13. lofty eyes, and their eyelids are /. up

    Isa. 2. 12. day of the Lord on every one that is /. up 13. on cedars that are /. {| 14. mountains /. up 6. 1. tlie Lord sitting on a throne high and /. up 26. 11. when thy hand is /. up they will not see 30. t 25. there shall be on every /. up hill rivers .37. 23. against whom hast thou /. up thine eyes ?

    Jer. 51. 9. her judgment is /. up to the skies

    Ezek. 1. 19. creatures were /. up from the eartli 20. the wheels were /. up, 21. 1 10. I7. 3. 14. so the Spirit /. me up and took me away

    10. 16. cherubims /. up their wings, 19. I 11. 22. 20. 5. and /. up my hand to the seed of Jacob, 6.

    15. yet /. up mine hand in the wilderness, 23. 28. when 1 brought into the land for the which I /. up mine hand to give it to them, 4-J. I 47. 14.

    28. 2. because thine heart is /. up, 5, I7. 1 31. 10. 36. 7. thussaith tlie Lord, I have /. up mine hand 44. 12. have I /. up my hand against them

    Van. 5. 20. when his heart was /. up and hardened 23. but hast /. up thyself against the Lord

    7. 4. the first beast was /. up from the earth

    8. 3. then I /. up mine eyes and saw, 10. 5. Mic. 5. 9. thine hand shall be /. up on adversaries Hab. 2. 4. his soul which is /. up is not upright

    3. 10. the deep /. up his hands on high

    Zech. 5. T. behold, there was /. up a talent of lead 9. and they /. up the ephah between the earth 9. 16. shall be as the stones of a crown, /. up

    14. 10. the land shall be /. up and inhabited il/a/. 2. 1 9. as ye have /.up the face against my law Mark 9. 27. but Jesus /. him up, ana he arose Luke 6. 20. he /. up his eyes on his disciples

    11. 27. a certain woman /. up her voice and said

    17. 13. ten lepers /. up their voices and said 24. 50. and he /. up his hands and blessed them

    John 3. 14. and as Moses /. up the serpent in the wilderness, even so must the .Son of man be /. up 8. 28. when ye have /. up the Son of man

    12. 32. 1, if I be /. up, will draw all men tome 34. sayest thou, Son of man must be /. up

    ActsQ.. 14. Peter /. up his voice and said to them

    4. 24. /. up their voice to God with one accord

    14. 11. /. up their voices in the speech of lAcaonia 22. 22. and then /. up their voices and said, away

    1 Tim. 3. 6. lest being /. up with pride lie fall Rev. 10. 5. the angel 7. up his hand to heaven

    LIFTER. Psal. 3. 3. my glory, and the /. up of mine head

    LIFIEST. Job .30. 22. thou /. me up to the wind, thou causest Psal. 9. 13. that /. me up from the gates of death

    18. 48./. above tliose that rise up against me Prov. 2. 3. and /. up thy voice for understanding

    LUTETlf. Deut. 24. + 15. he is poor, and /. his soul to it

    1 Snm. 2. 7. the Lord bringeth low, and /. up, 8.

    2 Chron. 25. 19. thine heart /. thee up to boast Job 39. 18. what time the ostrich /. up herself Psal. 107. 25. wind which /. up the waves thereof

    113. 7. lie /. the needy out of the dunghill 147. 6. the Lord /. up the meek, he casteth wicked I>:a. 18. 3. see ye when he /. up an ensign on mount Jer. 51. 3. that /. himself up in his brigandine Nah, 3. 3. the horseman /. up the bright sword

    LIFTING. Judg.\\\\\\\\5. +17.caIIed the place, /. up of the jaw-bone

    1 Chron. 11.20. Abishai chief, for /. up his spear 15. 16. sounding, by /. up the voice with joy

    2 Chron. 32. + 26. humble

    33. 3. at /. up of thyself nations arc scattered 1 Tim. 2. 8. men pray every where, /. up holy hands

    LIGHT. Gen. 44. 3. as soon as the morning was /. the men Judg. 19. 26. fell at door of the house till it was /.

    1 Sam. 14. .36. and spoil them till the morning /. Psal. 139. 11. even the night shall be /. about me Mic. 2. 1. when morning fs /. they practise it Zech. 14. 7. that at evening time it shall be /,

    LIGHT. Num. 21. 5. our soul loathcth this /. bread Mat. 11. .30. my yoke is easy, and my burden is /.

    2 Cor. 4. 17. our /. affliction worketh for us a far

    LIGHT. Judg. 9. 4. Abrmelech hired vain and /. persons Zeph, 3. 4. her prophets are /. and treaclierous

    LIGHT. 2 Sam. 2. 18. Asaliel was /. of foot as a wild roe

    I.IGHI

    Deut. 27. 16. cursed that setteth /. by his father

    ■ ey set /. by father a Mat. 22. 5. but made I. of it. and went their ways

    F.zek. 22. 7. in thee they set /. by father and mother

    LIGHT thing.

    1 &7m.l8. 23. seemeth if a/. Miwp to be the king's son

    1 Kings 16. 31. as if it had been a /. thing for him

    LIG

    2 Kings 3. 18. is but a /. thing in the sight of the L.

    20. 10. it is a /. thing for the shadow to go down i.fa.49.6. a /. thing thattliou shouldest be my servant Exek. 8. 17. is it a /. thing they commit atx>minations

    LIGHT

    Signifies, [1] The sensation ichich arises from be- holding any bright object, Exod. 10. 23. ! 14. 20. [2] The sun and moon, which are the springs of light. Gen. 1. 16. [3] A son or successor, wha keeps one's name ajid memory from being extin- guished, 1 Kings 11. 36. 2 Chron. 21. 7. [4] A window, 1 Kings 7. 4, 5. [5] Joy, comfort, and felicity, Esth. & 16. Psal. 97. 11. [6] The ap- pearance of t/ie day, Job 14. li. [7] True saving knowledge, Isa. 8. 20. [8] Happiness and pros- perity, Isa. 58. 8. [9] Support, comfort, and de- liverance, Mic. 7- 8. [10] Tlie gospel, which it the means of spiritual comfort, Slat. 4. 16. [11] Theunderstanding or judgment. Mat. 6. 23. It is spoken, [1] Of God, a/10 is a Being of infinite wisdom, truth, holiness, purity, Sic 1 John 1. 5. [2] Of Jesus Christ, who is the fountain and author of all kno-d' ledge, both natural and spiritual, Luke 2. 32. John 1. 9. [3] Of the word of God, which conducts and guides christians in this world, and points out the way to eternal happiness, Psal. 119. 105. 2 Pet. 1. 19. [4] Of John tlie Baptist, who was eminent for his knowledge and zeal^ John 5. 35. [5] Of the apostles, or ministers ot the gos- pel, who assist otiters, and direct them to Christ and salvation. Mat. 5. 14. [6] Of true cliristians, who are enlightened by the Spirit of God, and brought to the saving knowledge of God and Christ, Luke 16. 8. Eph. 5. 8. [7] Of good kings, both for their splertdour, and the counsel and comfort that their people have from them, 2 Sam. 21. I7.

    The light of my countenance they cast not down. Job 29. 24. They were very careful not to abuse my smiles, and to give me no occasion to change my countenance or carriage towards them.

    Let your light so shine before men, &c. Mat. 5. 16. Let your gifts and graces be so apparent to others in your doctrines and lives, that they may be brought to own, and believe in, the true God, and look on you at his true and faithful servants.

    Gen. 1. 3. God said, let therebe / and there was /. 4. God saw the /. || 5. God called the /. day 16. the greater /. the lesser /. to rule the night

    Exod. 10. 2.3. Israel had /. in their dwellings

    14. 20. but the pillar gave /. by night to these

    25. 6. this is the offering, oil for tlie /. 27. 20. I 35. 8, 14, 28. 1 39. .37. Uv. 24. 2. Num. 4. 16. to Eleazar pertaineth oil for the /.

    1 Sam. 29. 10. and as soon as ye have/, depart

    2 Sam. 21. I7. that thou quench not the /. of Israel 23. 4. he shall be as the /. of the morning

    1 Kings 7. 4. /. was against /. in three ranks, 5.

    11. 36. that David my servant may have a /. Neh. 8. + 3. Ezra read from the /. till midnlav

    9. 19. nor pillar of fire by night to shew them /. Esth. 8. 16. the Jews had /. joy and gladness Job 3. 4. neither let the /. shine upon it 9. let it look for /. but have none 16. I had been as infants which never saw /.

    20. wherefore is /. given to him in misery, 23. 4. 1 18. nor in his angels in whom he put /.

    10. 22. without order, where the /. is as darkness

    12. 22. bringeth out to /. tlie shadow of death 25. they grope in the dark without /.

    18. 5. the /. of the wicke

    24. 13. they aie of those that rebel against the /.

    14. the murderer rising with the /. killeth

    16. marked in the day-time, they know not tlie /.

    25. 3. and upon whom doth not his /. arise i 28. 11. the thing that is hid bringeth he to /. 31. + 26. if 1 beheld the /. when it shined

    33. 28. will deliver, and his life shall see the /.

    .30. to be enlightened with the /. of the living .36. 30. behold he spreadeth his /. upon it

    32. with clouds he coveretli /. and commandeth

    37. + 3. he directeth his /. to the ends of the earth t 11. he scattereth the cloud of his /.

    15. and caused the /. of his cloud to shine

    21. men see not the bright /. in the clouds

    38. 15. from the wicked Iheir /. is wifhholden 19. where is the way where /. dwelleth ?

    24. by what way is the/, parted ' w hich scattereth 41. 18. by his neesings a /. doth shine, and his eyes

    Psal. 4. 6. lift up tlie /. of thy countenance on us 27. 1. the lyord is my /. ancf my salvation .37. 6. he shall bring forth thy righteousness as /. 38. 10. /. of mine eyes is gone, it is pone from me 49. 19. he shall go, they shall never see /. 74. 16. thou hast prepared the /. and the sun 78. 14. and all the night with a /. of fire 97. 11. /. is sown for the righteous, and gladness ICU. 2. whocoverest thyself with /. as with garment 118. 27. God is the Lord, who hath she"e

    Prov. 4. 18. the path of the just is as the shining /. 6. 23. for the commandment is a lamp, the law is /.

    13. 9. /.of righteous rejoicelh, but lamp of wicked

    15. 30. the /.of the eyes rejoiceth the heart

    21. t 4. a proud heart and /. of the wicked is sin Eccl. 11. 7- truly the /. is sweet and pleasant

    12. 2. while the sun or the /. be not darkened Jsa. 5. 20. put darkness for /. and /. for darkness 30. and the /. is darkened in the heavens thereof

    8. 20. it is because there is no /. in tiiem

    9. 2. have seen a great /. on them hath /. shined 1(\\\\\\\\ 17. the /. of Israel shall be for a fire

    13. 10. the sun darkened, the moon shall not cause

    her /. to shine. Mat. 24. 29. Mark 13. 24. 30. 26. tlie /. of the moon shall be as the /. of th sun, the /. of the sun as the /. of seven day 279

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    Isa. 51. 4. my judgment to rest for a /. to people 5'J. 9. we wait for /. but behold obscurity 60. 19. the Lord shall be to thee an everlasting /.

    Jer, 4. 23. I beheld the heavens, and they had not.

    S25. 10. 1 will take from them the /. of tiie camlle

    31.. 35. the I^rd giveth the sun for a /. by day, and

    ordinances of the moon and stars for /. by night

    F.zek. 32. + 8. the /. of the /. 1 will make dark

    Dan. 2. 22. and the /. dwelleth with him

    5. 11. /. and understauding found in Daniel, 14. llos. 6. 5. thy judgments as /. that goeth forth Mic.T. 9. the Lord will bring me forth to the /. Mab. 3. 4. and his brightness was as the /.

    11. at the /. of thine arrows they went Zepli. 3. 5. every morning bring mdgment to /. Zech. 14. 6. in that day the /. shall not be clear Mat. 4. 16. to them that sat in death, /. is sprung up 5. 14. ye are the /. of the world i| 15. it givetii I.

    16. let your /. so shine before men, that they see

    6. 22. the /. of body is the eye, if eye sinale, thy

    whole body shall be full of /. Lnke 11." 34, 36. 17. 2. and his raiment was white as the /. Luke 2..'52. a /. to lighten the Gentiles, and the glory 8. 16. they which enter in may see the /. 11. 33. 16. 8. of this world are wiser than the children of /. John 1. 4. in him was life, and life was the /. of men 7. the same came to bear witness of that /. 8.

    9. that was the true/, which ligliteth every man 3. 19. condemnation, that /. is come into the world

    20. every one that doeth evil liateth the /.

    21. but he that doeth truth comelh to the /.

    5. 35. lie was a burning and a shining /. and ye were willing to rejoice for a season in his /.

    8. 12. .lesus saying, I am the /. of the world, 9.5. he that toUoweth me shall have the /. of life

    11. 9- he stumbleth not, because he seeth the /.

    10. he stumbleth, because there is no /. in him 12. 35. yet a little while is the /. with you

    .36. while ye have the /. believe in the /. that ye 46. 1 am come a /. into the world, that whosoever ActsO. 3. there shineil about him a /. from heaven

    12. 7. a /. shined in the prison, and he smote 13. 47. I have set thee to be a /. to the Gentiles 16. 29. then he called for a /. and sprang in 22. 6. there shone a great /. round about me

    9. they that were with me saw indeed the /.

    11. when 1 could not see for the glory of that /. 26. 13. at mid-day, O king, I saw m the way a I.

    23. should shew /. to the people and Gentiles Rom. 2. 19. a /. of them which are in darkness 13. 12. and let us put on the armour of /.

    1 Cor, 4. 5. who will bring to I. hiilden things

    2 Cor. 4. 4. lest the /. of the gospel should sTiine 6. who commanded /. to shine out of darkness

    11. 14. Satan is transformed into an angel of I. Uph. 5. 8. but now are ye /. walk as children of /. 13. all things that are reproved are made manifest by the /. whatsoever doth make manifest is /. Col. 1. 12. meet for inheritance of the saints in /. 1 Thess. 5. 5. ye are all children of the /. and dav

    1 Tim. 6. 16. dwelling in I. no man can approach

    2 Tim. 1.10. who brought life and immortality to I.

    1 Pet. 2. 9. who called you into his marvellous /.

    2 Pet. 1. 19. take heed, as to a /.shining in dark place

    1 John 1. 5. God is /. and in him is no darkness Jiev. 18. 23. the /. of a candle shall shine no more

    21. 11. her /. was like a stone most precious 23. glory lighten it, and the Lamb is the /. thereof 22. 5. they need hot /. of the sun, the Lord giveth /. .&e Countenance, Darkness. Give LIGHT. Gen. 1. 15. and let them be \\\\\\\\ogive I. on the earth 17. and God set the stars to give I. on the earth F.xod. 13. 21. in a pillar of fire to^j're them /. C5..37. the lamps may (?. /. over againstit, Num. 8.2.

    2 KingsVi. 19.he promised to^. him a /. 2 Chr.lX.I. Nell. 9. 12. to^. them /. in the way they should go Psal, 105. 39. and fire to give I. in the night

    Isn. 13. 10. the stars of heaven shall not jMne their/.

    42. 6. I will g. thee for a /. to the Gentiles, 49. 6.

    60. 19. nor shall the moon g. I. to thee, Ezek. 32. 7. Wat. 5. 15. it g. I. to all in the house, Luke 1 1 . .36. 2 Cor. 4. 6. to give the /. of the knowledge of God £ph, 5. 14. awake, and Ghrist shall give thee /.

    In the LUJHT. Psal. 56. 13. that I may walk in the I. of the living Isa. 2. 5. come, let us walk in the I. of the Lord

    50. 11. walk in the I. of your tire, and in the sparks John 12. .S6. while ye have tlie light, believe in the I.

    1 John 1.7. but if we walk in the I. as he is in the I. 2. 9. he that saith he is in I. and hateth his brother

    10. that loveth his brother, abideth in the I. liev. 21. 24. nations that are saved shall walk in I.

    r/(j/ LIGHT. Psal. 36. 9. and in thy I. shall we see li'ht 43. 3. O send out thy I. and thy truth, let them lead Isa. 58. 8. then shall thy I. break forth as morning 10. then shalU/ii/ /. rise in obscurity, and thy dark. 60. 1. arise, shine, for thy I. is come, the glory .3. tiie (ientiles shall come to thy I. and kings

    19. the sun shall be no more thy I. by day

    20. for the Lord shall be thy everlasting /.

    LIGHT, ED. Eiod. 25. .37. and they shall /. the lamps, 40. 4. 40. 25. he /. the lamps before the Lord, iVa/n. 8. 3. Psal. 18. 28. for thou wilt /. my candle, L. enlighten Mat. 5. 15. nor do men /. a candle, and put it under Luke a. 16. no man, when he hath/, a candle, 11.. 33. 15. 8. doth not /. a candle, and sweep the house Hev. 7. 16. nor shall the sun /, on them, nor heat

    LIGHT.

    Muth 2. 3. her hap was to /. on a part of Boaz' field

    LIGHT.

    2 Sam. 17. 12. and we will /. on him as the dew

    LIGHTED. Gen. 24. 64. when she saw 1 saac, she /. off the camel Josh. 15. 18. and she /. off her ass, Judg. 1. 14. Judg. 4. 15. .Sisera /. off his chariot and fled 1 ii/im. 25. 23. Abigail hasted and /. oft the ass £ Kings 5. 21. Isaaman /. down from the chariot

    LIGHTED. Gen. 28. 11. Jacob /. on a certain place, and tarried 280

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    2 Kings 10. 15. Jehu /. on .lelionadab son of Recliab

    LIGHTED. Isa. 9. 8. sent a word to .Tacob and it /. on Israel

    LIGHTEN. 2 Sam. 22. 29. the Lord will /. my darkness Eira 9. 8. that our God may /. our eyes and give Psal. 13. 3. /. mine eyes, lest I sleep the sleep Lnke 2. 32. a light to /. the Gentiles and the glory Rev. 21. 23. had no sun, the glory of God did /. it

    LKiHTEN. 1 Sam. 6. 5. peradventure he will /. his hand Jonah 1. 5. cast wares into the sea, to /. it of them

    LIGHTER.

    1 Kings 12. 4. make thou yoke /. 9. 10. 2 Clir. 10. 10. Psal. 62. 9. they are altogether /. than vanity Isa. 49. t 6. art thou /. than to be my servant Ezek. 8. + 17. any thing /. than to commit abominat.

    LlGHfESl'. Num. 8. 2. say to him, when thou /. the lamps

    LIGHTEIH. Exod. 30. 8. and when Aaron /. the lamps at even Jolm 1. 9. that was the true light which /. every man

    LIGHTKTH. Deut. 19. 5. axe-head slippeth and /. on his neighb.

    LIGHTING. Isa. 30. .30. Lord shall shew the /. down of his arm Mat. 3. 16. descending like a dove, and /. on him

    LIGHILY. Gen. 26. 10. one might /. have lien with thy wife Isa. 9. 1. when at tirst he /. afflicted the land Jer. A. 24. 1 beheld, and all the hills moved /. Mark 9. 39. do a miracle, can /. speak evil of me See Esteemed. LIGHTENED. Psal. 34. 5. they looked to him and were /. and faces 77. 18. the lightnings /. the world, earth tieuibled Rev. 18. 1. the earth was /. with his glory See Enlightened. LIGHTENED. Acts 27. 18. being tossed, next day they /. ship, 38.

    LIGHTNESS. Jer. 3. 9. thro' /. of her whoredoms she defiled land 23. .32. tell theui cause my people to err by their /.

    2 Cor. 1. 17. when I was thus minded, did 1 use l.T

    LIGHTEN ETH. Prov. 29. 13. the Lord /. both their eyes LukeVl. 24. for as lightning that /.out of one part

    LUiHTNlNG. 2 Sam. 22. 15. he sent /. and discomfited tliem Job 28. 26. when he made a way for the /. of thunder .37. 3. he directeth his /. to the ends of the earth 38. 25. who divided a way for the /. of thunder Psal. 144. 6. cast forth /. and scatter them Ezek. 1. 13. and out of the fire went forth /.

    14. living creatures ran as the appearance of /. Dan. 10. 6. and his face as the appearance of /. Nah. 3. + 3. horsemen lifted up /. of the spear Zech. 9. 14. his arrow shall go forth as the /. iya/.24.27.as /. comethoutof the east, Lnke^^.li.

    28. 3. his countenance was as /. his raiment white Luke 10. 18. 1 beheld Satan as /. fall firom heaven

    LKiHTNlNGS. Eiod. 19. 16. thunders, /. and thick cloud on mount

    20. 18. all the people saw the /. and noise of trump. Job .38. .35. canst thou send /. that they may go .' Psal. 18. 14. he shot out /. and discomfiteu them

    77. 18. /. lighted the world, earth trembled, 97. 4.

    78. +48. he gave their cattle to hail and flocks to/.

    1.35. 7. he niaketh /. for the rain, he bringeth wind Jer. 10. 13. he maketh /. with rain, 51. 16. Nah. 2. 4. the chariots shall run like the /. Zech. 10. + 1. so the Lord shall make /. Hev. 4. 5. outof the throne proceeded /. Ihunderings

    8. 5. there were voices, thunderings, and /. 11. 19.

    16. 18. there were /. and a great earthquake

    LIGHTS. Gen. 1. 14. let there be /. in the firmainent of heaven

    15. and let them be for /. in the firmament

    16. God made two great /. greater to rule the day 1 Kings 6. 4. he made windows of narrow /. Psal. 1.36. 7. to him that made great /. for his mercy Ezek. .32. 8. all the bright /. will 1 make dark Lnke 12. 35. let your loins be girded, your /. burn. Acts 20. 8. there were many /. in the upper chamber Phil. 2.15. among whom ye shine as /! in the world Jam. 1. 17. Cometh down from the lather of /.

    LIGN -ALOES. Num. 24. 6. as trees of/, which the Ld. hath planted

    LlGUllE. Eiod. 28. 19. the third row a /. an agate, 39. 12.

    LIKE. Gen. 13. 10. Sodom was /. the land of Egypt Eiod. 15. 11. who is /. unto thee '. Deut. .33. 29. 1 Kings 8. 23. 2 Chr. 6. 14. Psal. .35. 10. 171.19. 16. 31. manna was /. coriander-seed, white 24. 17. the glory of the I,ord was /. devouring fire 30. 32. nor shall ye make any ointment /. it .33. whosoever compoundeth any /. it, 38. 34. of each shall there be a /. weight .34. 1. hew two tables /. to the first, 4. Devt.Vd. 1, 3. Num. 23. 10. and let my last end be /. his De^t. 4. .32. or any thing that hath been heard /. it 7. 26. lest thou tie a cursed thing /. it

    17. 14. set king over me /.all nations, 1 5am. 8. 5,20. 18. 8. they shall have /. portions to eat

    15. prophetof thy brethren /. me, Acts^. 22. 1 7-37. 18. I will raise a prophet from brethren /. to thee 29. 23. /. the overthrow of Scxlom and Gomonah 34. 10. there arose not a prophet /. to Moses Josh. 10. 14. no day /. that before or after it Judg. 13. 6. his countenance /. an angel of God 16. 12. he brake them from his arms /. a thread

    17. I shall become weak and /. any other man Uuth 2.13. tho' I be not /. to one of thy handmaidens

    4.11. Lord make the woman /. Rachel and /. Leah 12. let thy house be /. the house of Pharez

    1 Sam. 2. 2. nor is there any rock /. our (Jod 4.9. be strong, quit yourselves /.men, 1 Cor. 16. 13. 17. 7. the staff ot his spear was/, a weaver's beam 25. .36. Nabal held a feast /. the feast of a king

    26. 15. a valiant man, and who is /. to thee in Isr.

    2 Sam. T. 9. I. ti' the name of tlie great men

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    2 Sam. 7. 2.3. one nation in earth is /. thy people Isr.

    22. 34. he maketh my feet /. hinds' feet

    1 Kings 3. 12. none /. thee bef. not arise /. thee, 13. 10. 20. there was not the /. made in any kingdom

    12. .32. Jeroboam ordained a feast/, that in Judab 16. 3. /. the house of Jerob. 7. I 21 . 22. 2 Kings 9. 9. 18. 44. there ariseth a little cloud /. a man's hand

    20. 25. number thee an anny /. the army thou lost 27. pitched before them /. two little flocks of kids

    22. 13. word /. word of one of those, 2 Chr. 18. 12.

    2 Kings 3. 2. but not /. his father and /. his mother 5. 14. his flesh came again /. flesh of a little child 9. 9. and /. the house of Baasha son of Ahijaii

    13. 7. had made them /. dust by threshing

    14. 3. yet not/. Pavid his falh. 16. 2. 2 C/ir. 28. 1.

    17. 15. the L. charged they should not do /. them 18. 32. take you to a land /.your own, Isa. .36. 17.

    23. 25. /. to him was there no king, NeA. 13. 26.

    1 Chron. 12. 22. a great host /. the host of God

    27. 23. would increase Israel /. the stars of heaven

    2 Chr. 1.9. over a people, /. the dust of the earth

    21. 19. no burning for him /. burning of fathers 30. 7. be not ye /. your fathers and your brethren 33. 2. /. to the abominations of the heathen

    .■J5. 18. there was no passover/. to that in Israd Job 5. 26. to grave /. as a shock of corn cometh in

    10. 10. hast thou not curdled me /. cheese .' 1). 12. though man be born/, a wild ass'scolt

    12. 25. he maketh them to stagger/, a drunken man.

    13. 12. your remembrances are /. to ashes

    14. 2. he cometh forth /. a flower and is cut down

    15. 16. filthy is man, who drinketh iniquity /. wate»

    16. 14. he runneth upon me /. a giant

    20. 7. he shall perish for ever /. his own dung

    21. 11. they send their little ones /. a tiock .34.7. Whatman is /. Job, whodrinketh scorning 36. 22. God exalteth by power, whoteacheth /.him .* .38. 3. gird up now thy loins/, a man, 40. 7.

    40. 9. hast thou an arm/. Go

    41. .33. on earth there is not his /. who is made

    42. 8. ye have not spoken right /. my servant Job Ps. 1. 3. he shall be /. a tree planted by the rivers-

    4. ungodly are not so, butare /. the chaff 7. 2. lest he tear my soul /. a lion, rending it

    17. 12. /. as a lion that is greedy of his prey

    22. 14. 1 am poured out /. water, my heart /. wax. 28. 1. I become /. them that go down to the pit 31. 12. I am forgotten, I am /. a broken vessel

    36. 6. thy righteousness is /. the great mountains

    37. 2. they snail be soon cut down /. grass 35. and spreading himself/, a green bay-tree

    39. 11. thou makest his beauty to consume /.moth. 44. 11. thou hast given us /. sneep for meat 49. 12. man is /. the beasts that perish, 20. 52. 2. thy tongue is /. a sharp razor working 8. but 1 am /. a green olive-free in the house of G.- 55. 6. O that I had wings /. a dove, 1 would fly

    58. 4. /. the poison of a serpent, /. the deaf adder

    59. 6. they make a noise /. a dog, they go, 14. 64. 3. who whet their tongue /. a sword

    72. 6. he shall come down /. rain on the grass

    73. 5. nor are they plagued /. other men

    77. 20. thou leddest thy people /. a flock, 78. 52.

    78. 57. they dealt unfaithfully /. their fathers

    79. 3. their blood have shed /. water round Jerus.

    80. 10. the boughs thereof /. the goodly cedars

    82. 7- but shall die/, men, and fall /.one of princes

    83. 13. O my God, make them /. a wheel

    89. 8. a strong Lord /. to thee, 113. 5. Mic. 7. ]R. 92. 12. the righteous shall flourish /. the palm- tree, he shall grow /. a cedar in Lebanon

    102. 4. my heart is smitten, withered /. grass, 11. 6. 1 am /. a pelican, /. an owl of the desert

    26. all of them shall wax old /. a ganiient

    103. 13. /. asa father pitieth his children, so Lord 104. 2. who stretchest out the heavens /. a curtain 105. 41. they ran in the dry places /. a river 107. 27. they reel and stagger /. a drunken man 109. 18. /. water, /. oil let it come into his bones 115. 8. they that make them are /. to tliem, 135. 18, 126. 1. captivity of Zion, we were /. them dream 143. 7. lest I be /. them that go down to the pit 144. 4. man is /. to vanity, his days as a shadow 147. 16. he giveth snow /. wool, hoar frost /. ashes

    Prov. 18. 19. their contentions /. the bars of a castle 20. 5. counsel in the heart of man is /. deep water 23. 32. it biteth /. a serpent, stingeth /. an aiider

    25. 19. in an unfaithful man is /. a broken tooth

    28. /. a city broken down, and without walls

    26. 4. answer not a fool, lest thou be /. to him Cant. 2. 9. my beloved is /. a roe or young hart

    17. turn, my beloved, and be thou /. a roe, 8. 14.

    3. 6. who is this that cometh /. pillars of smoke ?

    4. 2. thy teeth are /. a flock of sheep even shorn

    3. thy lips/, scarlet, temples /. a pomegranate

    4. thy neck is /. the tower of David for amioury

    5. thy two breasts are /. two young roes, 7. 3. 5. 13. his lips/, lilies dropping sweet myrrh

    6. 12. my soul made me /. chariots of Ammi-nadil> 7. 1. the joints of thy thighs are /.jewels 2. thy navel is /. a goblet, thy belly is /. wheat 4. eyes || 5. head, hair II7. stature /. a palm-tree 8. and the smell of thy nose /. apples Jra. 1. 9. should have been /. tiomorrah, Rom. 9. 29.

    18. tho' your sins be red /. crimson.shall be n» wool 10. 1.3. put down the inhabitants/, a valiant man 11. 7. and the lion shall eat straw /. the ox

    16. and shall be an highway, /. as it was to Israel

    14. 10. they shall say, art thou become /. to us ? 14. I will ascend, 1 will be /. the Most Hi^h .'

    19. thou art cast out/, an abominable branch

    16. 11. my bowels shall sound /. an harp for Moab

    19. 16. in that day shall Egypt be /. unto women

    20. 3. /. as my servant Isaiah hath walked naked 22. 18. will tosstJiee /. a ball into a targe country 26. 17. /. a woman with child thatdrawcth near .30. .33. breath of the Ixird /. a stream of brimstone .33. 9. Sharon is /. a wilderness, Hashan and Carinel ,38. 12. 1 have cut off I. a weaver my life

    14. /. a crant or swallow so did 1 chatter 42. 14. now will I cry /. a travailini; woman 46.5.to whom will ye compare me that we may be t.

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    ^.i/j. n"!. CO. tlie wicked are /. tlie troubled sen 38. 1. spare not. lit't up th.v voice /. a tiuuipet 11. be /. a watered aarden, and /.a spr in;^

    59. 10. we trrope tor the wall /.the bltatl

    11. we roar all /, bears, and mourn sore /. doves 19. when the enemy shall come in /. a tlooil 6:i. e. /. him that treadetli in the wine-fat 64. 6. our iniquities /. wind have taken us awa>

    60. 12. 1 wilL extend peace to her /. a river Jir. 4. 4. lest my tury come forth /. tire, 'Jl. IC.

    5. 19. /. as ye have forsaken me, and served ^ods

    10. 16. the portion ot Jacob is not /. them

    11. 19. I was /. a lamb broiiu'ht to the slau^'liter 1". 6. for he shall he I. the heath in tlie desei t £.'*. 29. is not my word /. tire, and /. a hammer ? £6.6. then will I make this house /. S^hih.h.y.

    18. sayini;. /ion shall be plowed /. a tield C9. 22. make thee /. Zedekiah and /. .A hah 36. .'V.'. were added besides to them many /. words 38. 9. he is /. to die w ith hunt.'er wliere he is 40. 20. EL'ypt is /. a very fair heiter, but debtruct. 48.6. fiee',"be /. the heath in the wilderness

    28. be /. dove il 49. 19. shall come /. a lion, j0.:44. 49. 19. who is /. me, who will appoint ■

    31. 19. the portion ot'.lacob is not /. them Hzei-. 5. 9. whereto I will not do any more the /.

    12. 11. /. as I have done, so shall it be done them

    18. III. and

    8. not any tree was /. to him in his beauty 45. 25. in the seventh month shall he

    DiiJi. ;S. 25. the form of the fourth is /. the Son ofO. 5. 21. his heart was made /. the beasts, /. oxen 7. 13. one /. the -Son of man came with cloids

    Hot. 4. 9. and there shall be /, people, /. priest

    5. 10. the princes /. them that remove the bound tJ. 7. but they I. men have transgressed the coven. 14.8. 1 am /. a ureen hr-lree, from me is fruit

    Ji'el'2, 2. there hath not been ever the/, nor shall be Amos 5. 0. lest he break out /. tire in .loseph

    6. 5. and invent instruments of music /. bavid Zec/i. 1. 6. /. as the Loid of hosts tliouglit to do

    12. 0. make the governors of .hidali /. a hearth il7fl^ 3.10. the Npiritdesceiidin-'/. adove, and liaht- in^' on him, Mnri 1. 10. I.vii: :i. 22. Ju/i/i 1.'32. 0. 8. be not ye therefore /. unto tiiem

    29. w'as not arraved /. one of these, Lnle 12. 27.

    11. 10. /. childr. sittin;,' in the market, Luic -. 32.

    12. l.'i. it was restored whole /, as the other

    13. 31. the kiiiiidom of lieaven is /. to a L;rain of

    mustard seed, ilJ«;X- 4. 31. Luh: 13. 19. 33. kinsdoin of heaven is /. leaven, J.uie 13. 21. 44. IS /. to a tieasure ll 45. is /. to a merchant 4". is /. to a net , 52. is /. an householder. 20. 1.

    22. 2. the kingdom of heaven is /. to a eel tain king y.K and the second is /. to it, ^Jllr^ 12. .il.

    C.'i. 2". for ye are /. to \\\\\\\\vhite(l sepulchres 28. .'i. hiscountenanie was/. liijhtninL', and raiment Luie 6.47. 1 will shew vou to whom he is /.

    7. 31 . and to what are fhev /. .' i :)i. are /. childr. l.'i. 18. he said, to what is the kinuil/Jiii of (iod /. .'

    Jii/in 7. 40. answered, never man S[)ake /. this man

    8. 55. 1 shall be a liar /. unto y.iu, liut I know

    9. 9. some, this is he. others said, he is /. him Jlft\\\\\\\\ 8. ;>2. /. a lamb dumli before his shearer

    11. 17- forasmuch as (iod ^ave them the /. i;ift

    14. 15. we also are men of /. passions with von 17.29. not to think the (lodhead is /. :>old or silver

    19. 25. with the workmen of/, oci'iipation Horn. 1. 23. an iniaiie made /. to con uptilde man

    6. 4. /. as Christ wa.s raised up from the dead Tliil. 3. 21. fashioned /. unto his glorious hotly

    1 'r/ie

    4. 15. w as in all points tempted /. as we are

    7. :i. but made /. to the Son of (iod, abides a priest Jiiiii. 1. 0. that wavereth is /, a wave of tlie sea

    23. he is /. a man beholiiiiiLi his natural face

    5. 17- Klias was a man subject to /. passions

    1 I'd. 3. 21. /. figure whereunto baptism save us

    2 I'll. 1.1. have obtained /. [irecious faith with us 1 ./,./•« 3. 2. he shall ap[)ear, we shall be /. him h'n. 1. 13. one /. the son of man. clothed, 14. 14.

    1.3. 4. worshipped, saying, who is /. to the beast r II. he hail two horns /. a lamb, and he spake as

    10. 13. I saw three unclean spirits /. frogs come liJ. 18. sa^ ill'.', what citv is /. to this sreat city .'

    \\\\\\\\.\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\V: mniiiier. F.ri'it. 7.11. did in /. mnti. with their enrhantinents

    23. 11. in /.///««. thou Shalt ileal with thv vinevard J)iul. 22. 3. in /. ma>in-r shall thou do with his ass Jii,/'/. 11. 17. in /. man>ii:r thev sent to kiiiL' of .Moab ] Si,„i. 19. 24. he prophesied before Samuel in /. ma. Ae/i. 0. 5. Sanballat sent in /. mmiier thefitth time J,a. 51 . 0. that dwell there shall

    20. 31. third look her, in /. man. the seventh also AcisX. 11. shall so come in /. w««. as ve have seen 1 Tim.':.'), ill/. ;«. that women adorn themselves Judc 7. in /. iimii. givim; tliemselves to fornication

    I.IM-MINDKl). Bnm. 15. 5. the (iod of patience grant youto be /. ?». Phil. 2. 2. that ye be /. m. I 20. I have no man /. m.

    \\\\\\\\,;,t I.lkK. £x(>ii. 8. 10. there is «.«<• /. the I/ird our G. 0. 14. Ih'iit. 33. 20. 2 .Srt/H. 7. 22. 1 (.'/mm. 17. 20 9. 24. wine I. the hall || 1 1. 0. mme I. cry of Ku'vpt i Ham. 10.24. «»«

    21. 9. I'avid said, there is m^in: I. that, give it me

    1 KiyiijsA. 12. tlierewas «. /. Sol. 1'21. 25. v. I. .Ahab

    2 AV«<7.t 18. 5. so that after there w as «. /. 1 lezekiah Jiih 1.8. that there is «-.?i.' /.him in the earth, 2. 3. >>.>•. 80. 8. among the gods n.l. to thee,./(.7-. 10.0,7. Isa. 40. 9. for 1 am (iod, and there is ninm I. iiie Jer. 311. 7. alas, that day is ureal, .so that untie I. it Dan. 1. 19. ainong all was found uuiie /. Daniel

    ■Slilh 1,1 K I-.. Etek. 18. 14. ronsidereth, and iloeth not .^iich I. Markl.B. many (>;her .i»r/( /. things ye do, 13. Go/. 5. 21. euvyiiigs, drunkenness, and such /.

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    Deut. 25. 7. if the man /. not to take her, 8, Horn. 1. 28. even as ihev did not /. to retain flo.l T.lKl'.D.

    1 C/:r. 28. 4. among the .sons of my father he /. oh

    I.llvKN. ha. 40. 18. to wliom then will ve/. God r 25. 1 -!u. 5. J.iim. 2. 13. what '-'lini; shall I /. to thee ." jVal. 7. 24. and doethfhem, I will /. him to a man

    11. 10. whereto /. this generation, Luke '. 31. Mali 4. ."'0. whereunto /. the kingdom, Luke 13. 20.

    I.lKKNr.D. }^s. 89. 6. who amonij the sons can be /. to T.ord ■ Jer. 0.2. 1 have/, the daughter or Zioii toacoiiiel\\\\\\\\ Met. 7. 20. shall be /. to a foolisli man who built'

    13. 21. kingdom of heaven is /. 18. 23. I 25. 1.

    LIKKM'.SS SiLmifies, [I] Tlie erieniol ri^ihle form or repreient- aiioii of a thiiKj, Kzek. 1. 5. [2] .in imaye reprt- sentinii a perMin or tinnij, Deut. 4. 12, 15. Isa. 40. 18. [3] A true ami real rcsembliince bttueen one jersoii and another. Gen. 5. 3. .''C«. 1. 20. let us make man after our /. 5. I. 5. 3. Adam begat a son in his own /. I' rod. 20. 4. not make the /. of any thing Ihnt. 4. 10. lest ye make a graven image, tlie /. of male m- female, 17, 18, 2,;, 25. I 5. 8. Psal. 17. + 12. /. of him ia as a lion that desireth

    17. 15. I shall be satistied, when awake with thv /, Isa, 13. + 4. /. of ureat people gathered together

    4ii. 18. or what /. will .\\\\\\\\ e compare to him • Lzek. 1. 5. came the /. of four living creatures 10. as for the /. of tlieir faces, 10. '22. 13. /. of lamps ',1 10. they four had one /. 10. 10. 22. the /. of tlie tirmament was as crystal 20.. /. of a throne. 10. 1.18. 2. lo, a /. as of fire 28. tins was the /. of tlie glorv of the Lord

    10. 21. and the /. of the hands of a man

    19. t 10. tliy mother is like a vine in thy /. -J(7v 14. 11. nods are come down in tlie /. of men Rom. 0. 5. if we have been planter! in the /. oi his

    death, we shall be also in the /. of his resurieclicm 8. 3. God sendiuL' his Son in the /. of sinful liesli Phil. 2. 7. and was made in the /. of men

    I.IKl I H. Bevt. 23. 10. he shall dwell where it /. him best E.^tli. 8. 8. write ve also for the lews as it /. vou Amos 4. 5. for this /. v.ni. O children of Israel

    1 ,1 KING. Job 39. 4. their younu ones are in good /. grow up

    LIKING. Van. 1. 10. why should lie see your faces worse /.

    I.IKLWISL. y.rod. 22. .30. /. shall thou do with thine oxen Dent. 12. .30. serve their gods, even so will I do /. 15. 17. to tliv maid-.servant thou shall do /.

    22. 3. to thy brother's lost goods shalt thou do /. .Twig. 7. 17. he said to them, look on me, and do /.

    1 .S'«w.l0.21.sentinessens:ers, and thev |)rophesie

    2 .SV/w. 17. 5. and let us hear /. what he saith

    1 Kings 11. 8. and /. did he for all his strange wives 1 Chron. 19. 15. /. Hed before .-Xbishai his biother

    23. 30. to praise every morning and /. at even Seh. 5. 10. 1 /. miiilit exact of them money T.sth. 4. 10. 1 also and my maidens will fast /. Psal. 49. 10. /. the fool and brutish person perish

    52. 5. (.iod shall /. y thee for ever I.rcl.'i. 22. knowest thou lliys. /. liast cursed others \\\\\\\\aii. 1. 12. tlioimh they be quiet and /. maiiv. vet Mat. 17. 12. /. shall also Son of man sutler of th'ein

    18. .'45. so /. shall mv heavenlv Lather do to \\\\\\\\ ou

    20. 5. he went about the sixtli" hour, and did '/. 10. they /. received every man a penny

    21. .30. he came to the second and said /.

    30. other servants, and thev ilid unto them /.

    22. 20. /. the second and third died. Mark 12. 21.

    21. 33. so /. when ve see these things, l.vke 21. 31. 25. 17. /. he that had received two talents

    20. X>. I. also said all his disiiides, Mark 14. 31. 27. 41. /. the chief priests mix ked, Mark 15. 31. Luke 2. .'18. and she L'ave thanks /. to the Lord

    3. 11. let him do /. \\\\\\\\, 0. 31. do ve also to them /. 10. .'57. go and do /. i. 13. 3. \\\\\\\\e',.,hall /. perish, 5.

    14. .3.3. /. who forsaketh not all that he hath

    15. 7. /. joy sliall be in heaven over one, 10.

    10. 25. /. Lazarus received evil thiiii;s, but now 17. 10. so /. when ve shall have done all thiuLis

    22. 20. /. also the cu|i afti-i supper, saving Johnr>. 19. wliat he doeth, these also doedi the Son /. Aot.i 3. 24. prophets have /. lorelold lOi these days llom. 1. 27. /. the men leaving the natural use

    ("). 11. /. reckon voiu selves to be deail to sin 8. 20. /. the Spirit helpeth our inlirmilies 1 Cor. 7. 3. anri /. also the wife to the husband (;«/. 2. 13. other .lews dissemliled /. with hmi 1 7WH.5.25. /. theiiood works of some are manifest Tit. 2. 0. vouiiL- men /. exhort to be sober niimled lU/i. 2. 14'. he also hiuis.df /. took part of the same 1 /'«;/. 4. 1. arm vonrselves /. with the same mind JuJe 8. /. these I'llthv dreamers ilehle the tiesh /I'tc. 8. 12. the day slmne not, and the night /.

    " LIKL, :vise. .17rt^21.21. I in /. ;.i..t will tell by what anihoritv

    I.ll.V Si^milies, T/ie hmutifnl. fragrant, and mrdirinal J/orrer j,i railed, .Mat. 0. 28. lo which are coin- liared, [1] Chri.^t, :Jh> is rtfre^hin,, and lieaviilul to tine heliiiers. Cant. 2. 1. [2] ills church and people. Cant. 2. 2, Hi. Cant. 2. 1. 1 am the rose of Sliaron, and /. of valleys

    2. as the /. anion-' thorns, .so is inv love amom; Uos. 14. 5. Israel shall grow as the /. and cast forth

    I, II, (IS. 1 Kings'. 20. wrought w ith flowers of /. 2 Chr.A. 5. Cant. 2. 10. my beloved teedeth among the /. 0. 3.

    4. 5. like two youni.' roes which feed among the /.

    5. 13. his lilis like /. droppiiiL' sweet iiivrrh 7. 2. thv I.ellv is like wheat set about with /.

    Mat. 6. 28. consid . the /. how they grow, Luke 12. 27.

    I.ll.V icork. 1 Kingsl. 19. the chajiiters weieof /. :;'. in the porch

    LIO

    1 Kin. 7. 22. and on tlie top of the pillars was /. Kor*

    Ll.ML. l.

    Ll.Mll. Ezek.A3. 12. the /. thereof shall be most holy

    LLMITLD. Psal. 78. 41. they /. the Holy One of Israel

    I.l.Ml 1 Llll. Ileb. 4.7. again, he /. a certain day, SHvinu, to-dav

    Ll.NK " ^

    Signifies. [1] A cord or instrument to measure am/ thing III/, 1 Kings 7. 15, 23. [2] llirection or in- struction giien us hy aiijj thing. Psalm 19. 4. [3] A portion measured by line. Psalm 10. 0. [4] The doctrine of the -.cord briefly and plainly di- liiered, Isa. 28. 10, 13. [5] Judgment and de- struction laid along upon some place or per.">n a< It iiere by line, 2 Kimis 21. 13. [0] .J building or edifice made by line, Zecli. 1. 10. Josh. 2. 18. bind this /. of scarlet thread in window

    21. she bound the scarlet /. in the window 2 Sum. 8. 2. he measure.l Moab with a/, with one /.

    1 A'/«ti.s 7. 15. and a/, of twelve cubits did compass 23. a/, of thirty cubits did compass. 2 Chr. 4. 2.

    2 Kings '21. 13. stretcli over .lerusalem /.of Samaria Job 38. 5. or wlio hath stretched the /. on the earth - Psal. 19. 4. their /. is {.'one thioui:!! all the eaith

    78. 55. he divided them an inheritance hy /. Isa. 18. t 2. a nation of /. /. and treadini: under foot 28. 10. for /. must be uiion /. /. upon /. 13.

    17. judument also will 1 lay to the /. and right. .34. 11. shall stretch out on it the /. of contusion

    17. his hand iiath divided it to them hv /. 44. 13. he inaiketh it out with a /. he fUteth it Jer. 31. 39 the measuring /. sliall vet go forth Lam. 2. 8. the Lord hath stretched'out'a /. /.'c<;X'.40. 3. a man that had the /. of fla:< ill his hand 47. 3. the man that had the /. went eastward Almos-. 17. thv land shall be divided by /. and dic- Zech. 1. 10. a /. shall be stretched on .lerusalem 2. 1. a man w itli a measuring /. in his hand 2 Cor. lo. 10. not to boast in another man's /.

    LlNLAfiL. Luke 2. 4. because he was of the /. of David

    Ll.\\\\\\\\ LS. 2 .^am. 8. 2. with two /. measured he to put to death Psal. 10. 0. the /. are fallen 111 pleasant idaces

    Ll.NGLKLD. Gen. 19. 16. while Lot /. the men laid liold on land 43. 10. except we had /. surely we had retui lied

    LlNCiLHlMH. 2 Pet. 2. 3. whose juilgnient of a long time /. not

    Ll.NKN. Exod. 28. 42. thou shall make tliem /. breeches Lei-.u. 10. put on /. garment and /. breeches 10.4. 13. 47. whether woollen or/, liarment, 48,52, 59. 16. 23. Aaron shall put off the /. ijarments 32. /. clothes and /. triirtiients, Ezck. 44. 17. 18.

    1 Sam. 2. 18. Samuel ministered with a /. ephod

    22. 18. slew 8.') [lersons that did w ear a /. ephod

    2 Sam. 6. 14. David was girded w ith a /. ephod

    1 Kings 10. 28. Solomon had /. yarn brought, the merchants received the /, yarn. 2 ( hroii. 1. 10.

    Jer. 13. 1, set thee a/. girclle,"piit it on thv loins

    Mat. 27. 59. wrapped it'in a /. cloth, John 19. 40.

    Mark 14. 51. a /. cloth cast about his naked body 52. and he left the /. c loth and tied naked

    Luke 24. 12. Peter beheld the /. clothe.^, John 20. 0.

    John 20. 5. .lolin saw the /. clothes, yet went not iu I.INLN.

    Le-c. 19. 19. nor shall a garment mingled of/, and woollen cciine upon thee, Deut.':':. 11.

    1 Chron. 15. 27. David had on him an epiiod of/.

    Mark 15. 40. wrapped him in the /. l.uke 2:1. 53.

    Jiec. 15. 0. se\\\\\\\\ en angels clothed in pure and w bite /. .Set- I'lNK. LIN ll'.L.

    Erod. 12. 22. and strike tlie /. and two side posts 23. when he seeth blood on the /. he will p.i>s

    1 Kini/s 0. 31. tlie /. and side-posts were a fifth part

    Amos 9. 1. smite the /. that the posts may shake LIN I LI.s.

    Zeph. 2. 14. bittern shall lodge in the upper/, of it LION

    Is taken, properly, fir the ?nost courageous ami generous of all :i'i Id' beasts, an emblem of sirenoih and lalou'r, .lob .'iB. 39. I'rov. 28. 1. lo which ai.' compared, H] Christ Jesus, the tiriat, wuihti/. and inxincibk lion of the tribe of Judab, ubo con- quers and leads captive his irrn and his pi epic's enemies. liev. 5. 5. [2] The tribe of Jiidah and its kings, :cho uere laliant. courageous, and ter- rible to their enemies, and made a prey of them. Gen. 49. ,9. [3] The devil, :vho, like a fierce and hungry lion, .^ecks all opportunities and advan- tnaes to insnare and destroy mankind, 1 Pet. 5. 8. [4] Ti/ritnis and violinl oppressors. 2 I im. 4.

    17. (5) Enemies and c;ils of every kind. i'>al. 91. 13. [0) Sime preti tided diflicultics and l.m- deranccs lo divert one from his duty, Prm .

    Gni'. 49. 9. .lu.lali combed as a /. who shall rouse .\\\\\\\\«/«.21. 0. Israel lav down as a /, as a meat /. Ihut.XS.W. Gad dw'.lh-th as a /. and teal eth Juda. 11. 8. he turned to m-c the c areas,' ot /. tliere "was a swarm of bies and houev in caicaseof /.

    18. the miui said, wh.it is >troiu:er th.in a /. .' 1 .V,m. 17. 31. there c.ime a /. and took a l.unb " .Vi/K 17. 10. whose heart is as the heart ot a /.

    23. 20. slew a /. ill the miiLt ot a pit. 1 ( hr. 1 1 . 22. 1 Kings 13. 24. when none, a /. met him by the way

    and slew him, the /. alsostoodbv the carcase 2.">. men .saw the- /. staiidiun by the carcase, 28. 20. the Lord hath deli\\\\\\\\ered him to the /. "0 3(i. as soon as tliou art departed troiii me. a /. siiall Slav thee ; a /. found him and sleu hiiii Job 4. 10. the i-oariiig of the /. voice of the fierce /. 10. 10. thou lumtest me a.s a fierce /. 28. 8. nor the herce /. pa.s.sed by it :>)(. 39. w ilt thou hunt the prev for the /. .' I\\\\\\\\al. 7. 2. lest he tear my soul like a /. rending

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    LIP

    fsal. 10. 9. he lieth in wait secretly as a /. 17. 12. like a I. that is grtedy of his prey 22. 13. they gaped on me as a roaring /. 91. 13. thou Shalt tread on tiie /. and adiier

    J'rov. 19. 12. the kind's wrath is as the roaring of a /. 20. 2. the fear of a king is as the roaring of a i. 22. 13. the slothful saith, there is a /. in the way 26. 13. there is a /. in the way, a /. in tliesti'eet

    ; 28. 1 . but the righteous are bold as a /. .30. 30. a /. which is stroni'est among beasts

    £eci. 9. 4. a living dog is better than a dead /.

    Ma. 5. 29. their roaring shall be like a /. shall roar 11.7. the /. shall eat straw like the ox, 65. 25.

    i 21. 8. he cried, a /. m^ lord, 1 stand on watch 29. + 1. woe to the /. ot God, city where Dav. dwelt 35. 9. no /. shall be there, nor ravenous beast 38. 13. as a /. so will he break all my bones

    Jer. 2. 30. hath devoured your prophets like a /.

    4. 7. the /. is come up from his thicket 5.6. a /.out of the forest shall slay them

    Vi. 8. m3' heritage is to me as a /. in the forest

    25. 38. he hath torsaken his covert as the /.

    49. 19. behold, he shall come up like a /. 50. 44. Jjom. 3. 10. he was to me as a /. in secret places £iek. 1. 10. and the face of a /. on the right side

    10. 14. and the tliird was the face of a /.

    22. 25. a conspiracy of prophets like a roaring /. Van. 7. 4. the first was like a /. and had wings ilos. 5. 14. for I will be to Ephraim as a /.

    11. 10. he shall roar like a /. when he shall roar

    13.7. 1 willbe tothemasa/. 118. 1 will devour as a/. Joel ] . 6. teeth of a I. cheek-teeth of a great /. Amos 3. 4. will a /. roar when he hath no prey ? 8. tlie /. hath roared, who will not fearr

    12. as shepherd taketh out of the mouth of the I. Mic. 5. 8. the remnant of Jacob shall be as a /. Nah. 2.12. /. did tear in pieces enough for his whelps

    '2 Tim. 4. 17- I was delivered out of mouth of the /. 1 Pet. 5. 8. the devil as a roaring /. walketh atx>ut Jier. 4. 7. and the first beast was like a /.

    5. 5. the /. of the tribe of Judah hath prevailed 10. 3. cried with a loud voice, as when a /. roareth 13. 2. and his mouth as the mouth of a /.

    Hee Bear.

    LION-LIKE.

    ZSam. 23.20. slew two l.-l. men of Moab, lC/ir.11.22.

    Old LIOM. Gen. 49. 9. as an old I. who shall rouse him up .' .Job 4. 11. the old I. perisheth for lack of prey Isa. 30. 6. from whence come the young and old I.? ]Sah. 2. 11. wheie the lion, even the old I. walked

    Ymtng LION. Akot. 23. 24. and shall lift up himself as a ymmg I. Judg. 14. 5. behold, a young I. roared asainst him Psal. 17. 12. as it were a yoting I. lurking in secret 91. 13. the ymmg I. Shalt thou trample under feet Isa. 11. 6. the calf and young I. lie down together

    31. 4. like as the young I. roaring on his prey Ji,zek. 19. 3. it became a j/. /. and learned to catch, 6.

    5. then she took another, and made him a young I.

    32. 2. thou art like a young I. of the nations

    41. 19. face of nymmg I. was towards the palm tree Hos. 5. 14. I will be asa jf. /.to the house of Judah jimos3.-i. v\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\a.young I. cry out of his den, if taken? Mic. 5.8. as a young I. among the flocks of sheep

    LIONESS. Eiek. 19. 2. and say, what is thy mother ? a /.

    LIONESSES. Nah. 2. 12. the lion strangled for his /. and filled

    LIONS. ■C Sam. 1. 23. Saul and Jonathan stronger than /. 1 hings 7. £9. on the borders were /. beneath the /. 36. ne graved cherubims,/. and palm-trees 10. 19. two /. stood beside the stays, 2 Chr. 9. 18. 20. twelve /. stood on the one side, 2 Chr. 9. 19. M Kings I7. 25. the Lord sent /. among them

    26. therefore he hath sent /. among them

    1 Citron. 12. 8. whose faces were like faces of /. Psal. 22. 21. save me from the /. mouth for thou .35. 17. Lord, rescue my darling from the /.

    57. 4. my soul is among /. 1 lie even among them -C'ajj/. 4. 8. look from top of Amana, from the /. dens Jsa. 15. 9. /. upon him that escapeth of Moab Jer. 50. 17. the /. have driven Israel away

    51. 38. they shall roar together like /. Kzek. 19. 2. a lioness, she lay down among /.

    6. he went up and down among the /. Dan. 6. 24. and the /. had the mastery of them

    27. who delivered Daniel from the power of the /. Hah. 2. 11. where is the dwelling ot the /. f £eph. 3. 3. her princes within are roaring /. Heh. 11. 33. through faith stopped the mouths of /. Mev. 9. 8. their teeth were as the teeth of /.

    17. the heads of the horses were as the heads of /. See Dkn. LION'S whelp, wlielpt. Gen. 49. 9. Judah is /. a/ielp, from the prey, my son Deut. 33. 22. Dan is a /. ahelp, he shall leap from Job 4. II. the stout /. whelps are scattered abroad 28. 8. the /. whelps have not trodden it, nor fierce Jer. 51. 38. shall roar, they shall yell as /. whelps

    Younff LIONS. Job 4. 10. the teeth of the young I. are broken 38. 39. wilt thou fill the appetite of the young I. T Psal. 34. 10. the young I. do lack and suffer hunger

    58. 6. break out the great teeth of the young I. 104. 21. the young I. roar after their prey

    Jsa. 5. 29. they shall roar like ymmg I. and lay hold Jer. 2. 15. the ymmg I. roared upon him and yelled .Etek. 19. 2. she nourished her whelps among y. I. 38. 13. with all the ymmg I. shall say to thee Nah.i.]\\\\\\\\. where is the feeding-place of the ;/o«>v/..'

    13. and the sword shall devour thy young I. Zech. 11. 3. there is a voice of the roaring of young I. ^. . .LIP

    Signifies, [1] The upper and nether part of the mouth. Lev. 13. 45. [2] Words, or impatient and unbecoming erpressions, Job 2. 10. [3] Lan- guage or .fpeeeh. Gen. 11. + 1. [4] The mouth, together with an ability and liberty to speak to God's honour, and sing to his praise, Psal. 51. 15. [5] The tongue, Prov. 10. 19. Isa. 28. 11.

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    LIP

    [6] Outward devotion, and profession of religion,

    Isa. 29. 13. Gen. 11. + 1. the whole earth was of one /. I^v. 13. 45. he sliall put a covering on his /. Judg. 7. t 22. host fled to the /. of Abel-meholah

    1 Kings 9. +26. in Ezion-geber on /. of the Red sea

    2 Kings 2. t 13. Elisha stoo

    LIPS. Exod. 6. 12. who am of unciicumcised /. 30. Num. 30. 6. or uttered ought out of her /. 8, 12.

    1 Sam. 1. 13. spake in her lieart, onii' her /. moved

    2 Kings 18. t20. they are but words of /. Isa. 36. 1 5. Psal. 12. 2. with flattering /. do they speak

    3. the Lord shall cut off all flattering /.

    4. our /. are our own, who is lord over us ? 17. 1. my prayer that goeth not out of feigned /.

    31. J8. letthe lying/, be put to silence, which speak 59. 7 ■ behold , swords are in their /. who doth hear ?

    12. for the words of their /. let them be taken 63. 5. my mouth shall praise thee witli joyful /. 120. 2. deliver my soul, O Lord, from lying /.

    140. 3. adders' poison is under their /.

    9. let the mischief of their own /. cover them Prov. 4. 24. and perverse /. put far from thee 5.3./. of a strange woman drop as an honey comb 7. 21. with flattering of her /. she forced him

    10. 13. in the /. of him that hath understanding 18. he that hideth hatied with lying /. is a fool

    21. the /. of the righteous feed many, hut fools .32. the /. of righteous know what is acceptable

    1 2. 22. lying /. are an abomination to the Lord 14. 3. but the /. of the wise shall preserve them 7. when perceivest not in him the /. of knowledge 23. the talk of the /. tendeth only to penury

    35. 7. the /. of the wise disperse knowledge

    16. 10. a divine sentence is in the /. of the king

    13. righteous /. are the delight of kings

    21. the sweetness of the /. increaseth learning

    17. 4. a wicked doer giveth heed to false /. 7. much less do lying /. become a prince

    18. 6. a fool's /. enter into contention

    20. 15. the /. of knowledge are a precious jewel 24. 2. and their /. talk of mischief 26. 23. burning /. are like a potsherd covered Eccl. 10. 12. the /. of a fool will swallow himself Cant. 7.9. causing the /. of those asleep to speak Isa. 6. 5. woe is me, lam undone, a man of unclean /. I dwell in the midst of a people of unclean /. C8. 11. for with stammering /. will he speak 29. 13. this people with their/, do honour me 57. 19. I create tlie fruit of the /. peace to him 59. 3. your /. have spoken lies, your tongue Lam. 3. 62. the /. of those that rose against me Ezek. 24. 22. ye shall not cover your /. nor eat

    36. 3. ye are taken up in the /. of talkers

    Hos. 14. 2. so will we render the calves of our /. Mic. 3. 7. they shall cover their /. no answer of God Mai. 2. 7. the priest's /. should keep knowledge Mat. 15. 8. honoureth me with their /. Mark 7. 6. Horn, 3. 13. the poison of asps is under their /. 1 Cor. 14. 21. withother /. will I speak to this Ileb. 13. 15. the fruit of our /. giving tlianks

    His LIPS. Lev. 5. 4. pronouncing with his I. to do evil Job 2. 10. in all this did not Job sin with his I.

    11. 5. O that God would open his I. against thee

    23. 12. nor gone back from commandment of /«>/. Psal.2l. 2. not withholden the request of /«> /.

    106. 33. so that he spake unadvisedly with his I, Prop. 10. 19. he that refraiiieth Ai.i /. is wise

    12. 13. wicked is snared by transgression of Au /.

    13. 3. openeth wide his I. shall have destruction 16. 23. the heart of the wise addeth learning to his I.

    27. and in his I. there is as a burning fire .30. moving his I. he bnngeth evil to pass 17. 28. shutteth his I. is a man of understanding 18. 7- and his I. are the snare of. his soul 20. with the increase of bis I. shall he be filled 19.1. than he that is perverse in his I. and is a fool 20. 19. with him that flattereth with his I. 22. 11. for grace of his I. the king will be his friend

    24. 26. shall kiss his I. that gives a riirht answer

    26. 24. he that hatetli dissembleth with his I. ('ant. 5. 13. his I. like lilies dropping myrrh

    laa. 11. 4. with breath othts I. shall be slay wicked .30. 27- ^isl. are full of indignation, and his tongue Mai. 2. 6. and iniquity w as not found in his I. "

    1 Pet. 3. 10. and his I. that they speak no guile

    My LIPS. Joil3.6. hear now, hearken to the pleading of my /. 16. 5. moving of my I. should assuage your grief

    27. 4. my I. shall not speak wickedness

    32. 20. 1 will speak, 1 will open my I. and answer .33. 3. and my I. shall utter knowledge clearly

    Psal. 16.4. nor take up their names into my I. 40. 9. lo, I have not refrained my I. O Lord 51. 15.open thou my /. II 63. 3. my I. shall praise thee 66. 14. I will pay vows, which my I. have uttered 71.23. my I. shall greatly rejoice when 1 sing 89. 34. nor alter the thing that is gone out of my I. 119. 13. with my k have I declared thy judsments 171. my /.shall utter thy praise, when hast taught

    141. 3. O Ix)rd, keep the door of my I.

    Prov. 8. 6. the opening of my /. shall be right things

    7. wickedness is an abomination to my I. Jer. 17- 16. that which came out of my /. was right Dan. 10. 16. one like the sons of men touched my I. Hob. 3. 16. I heard, my I. quivered at the voice

    Thy LIPS. Deut. 23. 23. that which is gone out of My /. peiform

    2 A'l'jif'f 19.28. 1 will putmy bridleinMy /.Zia..37.29. Jobs. 21. till he fill thy I. with rejoicing

    15. 6. yea, thy own /. testify against thee Ps. 17. 4. by the word of t/iy I. 1 have kept me from 3t. 13. keep thy I. from speaking guile 45. 2. grace is poured into thy /.therefore G.blesscd Prov. 5. 2. and that thy I. may keep knowledge

    22. 18. tliey shall withal be litted in thy I.

    LIT

    Prov. 23. 16. rejoice when thy I. speak right things 24. 28. deceive not with thy I. say not, I will do so 27. 2. let another praise thee, and not thy own /.

    Catu. 4. 3. thy I. are like a thread of scarlet

    11. thy I. O my spouse, drop as the honey-comb Isa. 6. 7. and sad, lo, this hath touched thy I. Ezek. 24. 17. co'.er not thy I. and eat not bread

    LIQUOR. Num. 6. 3. nor shall he drink any /. of grapes Cant. 7. 2. a round goblet, which wanteth not /.

    LIQUORS. £xo(/. 22. 29. nor delay to oflFer tlie first of thy /.

    LISTED. Mat. 17. 12. done to him whatsoever /. Mark 9. 13.

    LISTEN. Isa. 49. 1. /. O isles, unto me, and hearken from far

    LISTETH. John 3. 8. the wind bloweth where it /. thou hearest Jam. 3. 4. tlie ships, whitliersoever the governor /.

    LiriERS. Isa. 66. 20. shall bring your breth. in chariots and /.

    LlTlLE Signifies, [1] A small quantity, Exod. 16. 18. 1 Sam. 14. 29. [2] Fea in number, Exod. 12. 4. Luke 12. 32. [3] Light, or of small account. Josh. 22. 17. [4] Modest, humble, and submis- sive, 1 Sam. 9. 21. 1 15. 17. [5] A sitort uay or time, 2 Sam. 16. 1. Job 10. 20. [6] Weak, Luke

    12. 28. [7] Young, Gen. 45. 19. Esth. 3. 13. [8] Lo'x, Luke 19. 3.

    Gen. 18. 4. let a /. water, I pray you, be fetched 24. 17. let me drink a /. water of thy pitcher .30. 30. it was but /. thou hadst before 1- came

    35. 16. there was but a /. way to Ephrath, 48. 7. 43. 2. buy usa/. food, 44.25. || 11. /. balm, /.honey

    Exod. 12. 4. if tlie household be too /. for the lamb 16. 18. he that gathered /. had no lack, 2 Cor. 8. 15. 23. 30. by /. and /. I w ill drive them out, i)«n/.7.22.

    Deut. 28. 38. carry much out, and gather but /. in

    Josh. 19. 47. coast of Dan went out too /. for them 22. 17. is the iniquity of Peor too /. for us f

    Judg. 4.19. give me /. water to drink, 1 Kings I7. 10.

    linth 2. 7. that she tarried a /. in tlie house

    1 Satn. 2. 19. his mother made him a /. coat

    14. 29. because I tasted a /. of this honey, 43.

    15. 17. when thou wast/, in tliineown sight 22. + 15. knew nothing of all this, /. or great

    2 .SVtwi. 12. 3. had nothing, save one/, ewe-'eunb

    8. if that had been too /. I would have given such

    19. 36. thy servant will go a /. way over Jordan

    1 A'>'»^^8. 64. because the brasen altar was too /. 12. 10. my /. finger thicker than, 2 Chron. 10. 10. 17. 12. and a /. oil in a cruse || 13. make a /. cake 18. 44. there ariseth a /. cloud like a man's hand

    20. 27. Israel pitched like two /. flocks of kids

    2 Kings 5. 2. had brought away captive a /. maid 10. 18. Ahab sened Baal a /. but Jehu much

    Ezra 9. 8. for a /. space, give us a /. reviving Neh. 9. 32. let not all the trouble seem /. Job 4. 12. and my ear received a /. thereof

    10. 20. cease then, that I ma^ take comfort a I.

    20. 14. but how /. a portion is heard of him !

    36. 2. suff^er me a /. and I will shew thee Psal. 2. 12. when his wrath is kindled but a /.

    8. 5. made him a /. lower than the angels, Heb. 2. 7-

    37. 16. a /. that a righteous man hath is bettei' 42. 1 6. Lwill remember thee from the /. hill 65. 12. the /. hills rejoice on every side — 68. 27. there is /. Benjamin, with thcii- ruler 72. 3. and the /. hills by righteousness

    114. 4. and the /. hills skipped like lambs, 6. Prov. 6. 10. a /. sleep, /. slumber, a /. folding, 24. 33. 10. 20. the heart ot the wicked is /. worth

    15. 16. better is a /. with the fear of the Lord 16. 8. better is a /. with righteousness, than great .30. 24. tour things that are /. on the earth

    Eccl. 5. 12. is sweet, whether he eat /. or mucii

    9. 14. there was a /. city, and few men in it

    10. 1. so a /. folly him that is in reputation 12. t 3. the grinders fail because they grind /.

    Cant. 2. 15. take us the foxes, the /. foxes 3. 4. was but a /. that I passed from them 8. 8. we have a /. sister, and she hath no breasts

    Isa. 26. 20. hide thyself for a /. moment till indigna, 2)i. 10. line upon line, here a /. and there a /. 13. 40. \\\\\\\\a. he taketh up the isles as a very /. thing 54. 8. in a /. wrath I hid my face from thee

    Jer. 30. + 18. city shall be built on her own /. hill

    Ezek. 11. 16. I will be to them a /. sanctuary

    16. 47. but as if that were a very /. thing 31. 4. and sent out her /. rivers "to the trees

    Dan. 7. 8. there came up another /. horn, 8. 9.

    11. 34. they shall be holpen with a /. help Hos. 8. 10. they shall sorrow a /. for tlie burden Amos 6. 11. he will smite the /. house with clefts Mic. 5. 2. though /. among the thousands of Judab Hag. 1. 6. ye ha\\\\\\\\ e sown much, and bring in /.

    9. ye looked for much, and lo, it came to /. Zech. 1. 15. for I was but a /. displeased

    Mat. 6. 30. shall he not much more clothe you, O ye of /. faith i 8. 26. I 16. 8. LiUe 12. 28.

    14. 31. O thou of /. faith, why didst thou doiijt

    15. 34. they said, seven, and a few I. fishes 26. .39. he went a /. further, Mark 1. 19. 1 14. .33.

    Mark 5. 23. my /. daughter lieth at point of death Luke7.47. to whom /.is forgiven, the sameloveth/.

    12. 32. fear not, /. flock 11 19. 3. he was /. of stature 19. 17. thou hast been faithful in a very /.

    John 6. 7. that every one of them may take a /.

    Acts 5. 34. to put the apostles forth a /. space 20.12. young man alive, and were not a /. comforted 28. 2. the barbarians shewed us no /. kindness

    1 Cor. 5. 6. a /. leaven leaveneth the lump, Gal. 5. 9.

    2 Cor. 11. 1. could bear with me a /. in my folly 16. receive me, that 1 may boast myself a /.

    Eph. 3. 1 3. as I wrote a /. before in few words

    1 Tim. 4. 8. bodily exercise profiteth /. but godliness 5. 23. use a /. wine for thy stomach's sake

    Heb. 2. 9. W'ho was made a /. lower than the angels Jam. 3. 5. tongue is a /. member, a /. fire kindleth 4. 14. life, a vapour that appeareth for a /. time

    2 Pet. 2. + 18. those who were for a /. escaped

    LIV

    Jtev. 3. 8. thou hast a /. strength, and h«st kept 6. 11. rest a I. season |1 20. 3. be loosed a /. season iSee Book, Chambers, Child, Children. LITl'LE mie, or ones.

    Cwen. 19. 20. Lot said, it isa/. one, isitnot al.otte? 34. 29. all their /. mies took they captive

    43. 8. we may live, both we, anri thou, and our /. o.

    44. 20. we have a /. one, and his brother is dead

    45. 19. take waggons out of Egypt for your /. ones

    46. 5. carried their /. o. \\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\ 47. 24. food for your /. o.

    47. + 12. with bread according to their /. ones 50. 8. only their /. o7ies left they in Goshen

    21. fear not, I will nourish you and your /. ones Exod. 10. 10. I will let you go and your /. ones, 24. t!um. 14. .31. but your /. ones, tliem will I bring

    31. 9. took women of IMidian captives and /. oTies 17. therefore kill every male among the /. ones

    32. 16. we will build cities for our /. ones

    17. our /. ones shall dwell in the fenced cities, 26. Deu:. 2. 34. we destroyed men, women, and /. ones

    20. 14. but the women and /. ones take to thyself Josh. B. 35. .loshua read before the women and /. ones Jtidg. 18. 21. so they put the /. ones before them 2 Sam. 15. 22. Ittai passed over and all the /. ones 2 Chr. 20. 13. Judaii stood before Lord and /. 07ies

    31. 18. and to the genealogy of all their /. ones Ezra 8. 21. to seek a right way for our /. ones Fsth. 8. 11. to cause to perish /. ones and women Joh 21. 11. they send forth their /. 07ies like a flock Psal. 137. 9. that dasheth thy /. ones ag. the stones Jsa. 60. 22. a /. one shall become a thousand Jer. 14. 3. their nobles sent tlieir /. ones to the pit

    48. 4. her /. ones have caused a cry to be heard Zech. 13. 7. and I will turn my hand on the I. ones JMat. 10. 42. give to drink to one of these /. ones

    18. 6. who should offend one of these 1. 0. MariO. 42. 10. take heed that ye despise not one of these /. 0. 14. that one of these /. a7ies should perish Luie 17. 2. than that he offend one of these /. ones

    LITTLE aAi/e. S C/ir. 12. + 7. therefore I will grant them a /. while JuiU. 24. they are exalted for a /. a. but are gone Psal. 57. 10. yet a /. w. and the wicked shall not be Jsa. 10. 25. yet a /. u). and the indianation shall cease 29. 17. is it not yet a very /. w/iile, and Lebanon 63. 18. thy people have possessed it but a /. w/iile Jer. 51. 33. yet a /. w. and her liarvest shall come Uos. 1. 4. yet a /. uihile and I will avenge the blood Uaff. 2. 6. a /. ai/iile and I will shake the heavens I.ulce 22. 58. and after a t. while another saw him Jo/m 7. 33. yet a /. w. and I am with you, 13. .33. 12. .35. yet a /. while is the light with you, walk 14. 19. a /. while, and the world seeth me no more 16. 16. again a /. while, and ye shall see me, 17, 19. I go to Father a /. while and ye shall not see me

    18. a /. while ; we cannot tell what he saith Jlei. 2. + 7. thou madest him a /. w. inferior to angels

    10. 37. for yet a /. while, and he that shall conie LIVE.

    Jixod. 21. .35. then they shall sell the /. ox

    Isa. 6. 6. a seraphim , having a /. coal in his baud See Goat. . . LIVE

    "Signifies, [1] To move and do the actions of life. Gen. 45. 3. [2] To lie in health, or to he re- covered from sickness, John 4. 50. [3] To pre- serve alive, Gen. 42. 2. [4] To have a mainte- nance for this life, 1 Cor. 9. 13. [5] Faithfully .to serve God, to have a share itt his favour and gracious covenant. Gen. 17. 18. [6] To enjop communion with God, Psal. 69. 32. [7] 'Jo enjoy eternal life in heaven, John 14. 19. [8] To he greatly comforted, Psal. 22. 26. It is taken, (1) Is'aturally, Gen. 9. 3. John 4. 50. (2) Morally, Acts 23. 1. I 26. 5. (3) Spiritually, to live a life of faith in Christ, to the glory of God's free grace. Gal. 2. 19, 20. 2 Tim. 3. 12. (4) Wicked- ly, 2 Pet. 2. 6. (5) Eternally, John 6. 51, 58. Kom. fi. 8.

    To live after the flesh, Rom. 8. 13. To lead svch a course of life as is agreeable to corrupt nature ; to bestow all mir time and pains in the service of the flesh, and so make provision only for a present life.

    Uan shall not live by bread alone, but by every word, &c. Mat. 4. 4. Though men live ordina- rily by mual and common food, yet God's power ts not restrained; he can up/wld the life of man when that is wanting, as he supported the Israel- ites with manna; yea, by his power and will ■only, without any means at alt, if he so pleases: and therefore men ought not absolutely to rest upon the mtans, and witlwnt warrant run to an extraordinary course for sttpply, but trust in God, and leave him to provide as he pleases.

    <'-en. 3. 22. lest he take of tree of life, and /. for ever 12. 13. and my soul shall /. because of thee 17. 18. G that Ishmael might /. before thee !

    19. 20. <) let me escape, aiid my soul shall /.

    20. 7. he shall pray tor tliee, and thou shalt /. 27. 40. by svord shalt thou /. and serve thy brethr. 31. .32. and findest thy goods, let him not /.

    42. 18. Jose|)h said, this do, and /. for I fear God 45. 3. I am Joseph, doth my father vet /. ? Exod. 1. 16. if it be a daughter, then she shall /. .33. 20. for there shall no man see me and /. Lev. 18. 5. which if a man do, he shall /. in them, I am the Lord, Neh. 9. 29. Ezek. 20. 11, 13, 21. Num. 21. 8. when he looketh upon serpent, shall I. 24. 23. alas, who shall /. when God (foeth this > Deut. 4. 10. may fear me all the days they shall /. 33. did ever people hear, as thou hast, and /. ?

    8. 3. but by every word of the Ixird doth man /. 12. 1. all the days that ye /. on the earth

    19. 5. he shall tiee to one of these cities and /. 31 . 13. learn to fear L. as long as y e /. 1 Kiiias 8. 40.

    33. 6. let Heuben /. and not die. men not be few Josh. 6. 17. only Rahab harlot shall /. and her house

    9. 15. Josh, made a league with.them to let them /. 20. we will let them /. lest wrath be on us, 21.

    1 Sam. 10. + 24. said, let the king /. 2 Sam. 16. 1 16. 1 Kings 1. i 25. 2 KiJigs 11. 1 12. 2 Chrmi. 23. 1 11.

    LIV

    1 Sam. 20.14. not only while I /. shew me kindness

    of Lord

    2 Kings 4. 7- /. thou and thy children of the rest

    7. 4. if they save us alive, we shall /.

    2 Chron. 6. 31. walk in thy ways so long as they /. Job 7. t 8. thine eyes are on me, I can /. no longer

    14. 14. if a man die, shall he /. again ? all days

    21. 7- wherefore do the wicked /. become old f Ps. 22. 26. praise Lord, your heart shall I. for ever

    49. 9. that fie sliould still /. and not see corruption 63.4. thus will 1 bless thee while I /. lift up hands 69. .32. your hearts shall /. that seek God 72. 15. he shall I. || 118. 17. I shall not die, but /. 119. 144. give me understanding, and I shall /. 175. let my soul I. aiid it shall praise thee 146. 2. while I /. will I praise the Lord Prov. 4. 4. keep my commandments, and /. 7. 2. 9. 6. forsake foolish and /. go in way of understand.

    15. 27. but he that hateth gifts shall /. Eccl. 6. 3. if a man /. many years, 6. 1 11. 8.

    9. 3. madness is in their heart while they /. 9. /. joyfully with the wife whom thou lovest Isa. 26. 19. thy dead men sliall /. together with my

    .38. 16. O Ld. by these things men /. make me to I.

    55. 3. come to me, hear, and your soul shall /. Jer. 21. 9. to Chaldeans shall /. 27. 12, 17. I 38. 2, I7.

    38. 20. obey, I pray thee, and thy soul shall /. Lam. 4. 20. we said, under his shadow we shall /. Ezek. 3. 21. he shall surely /. 18. 9, 17. I 33. 13, 15, 16.

    16» 6. I said, when thou wast in thy blood, /.

    18. 19. kept my statutes shall /. 21, 22. I 20. 11, 25. 24. shall he /. ||.32. turn yourselves and /. 33. 11.

    33. 10. if our sins be on us, how should we then /. .' 19. do that which is lawful and right, he shall /.

    37. 3. he said, son of man, can these bones /. ?

    5. cause breath to enter you, and ye shall /. 6, 14. 47. 9. every thing which liveth and moveth shall /.

    every thing sliall /. whither the river coiiieth IIos. 6. 2. he will revive us, we shall /. in his sight Amos 5. 4. saith the Lord, seek me, and yeshall 1. 6. Jonah 4. 3. it is better for me to die than to /. 8. llah. 2. 4. the just shall /. by his faith, Rom. 1. 17. Zech. 10. 9. they shall /. with their children and turn Mat. 4.4. man shall not/, by bread alone, /,«/•« 4. 4.

    9. 18. lay hand on her, and she shall /. Mark 5. 23. Luke 7.25. they which /. delicately are in courts

    10. 28. he said to him, this do, and thou shalt /.

    20. 38. he is not a God of dead, for all /. unto him John 5. 25^ dead hear voice of the Son of God , and I.

    6.57. as living Father sent me, and I /. by Father, so he that eateth me, even he shall I. by me

    11. 25. believeth, tho' he were dead, yet shall he /.

    14. 19. because I /. ye shall /. also Acts 17. 28. for in him we /. and move, and have

    22. 22. for it is not fit that he should /.

    Rom. 6. 2. that are dead to sin, /. any longer therein 8. we believe that we shall also I. with him

    8. 12. we are debtors, not to /. after the flesh

    13. if ye /. after the flesh, ye shall die, if ye thro' the .Spirit mortify deeds of the body, ye shall /.

    10. 5. doeth these things shall /. by them. Gal. 3. 12. 12. 18. if possible, /. peaceably with all men 14. 8. for whether we I. we /. to the Lord ; whether we I. therefore, or die, we are the Lord's

    1 Cor. 9. 13. they /. of the things of the temple

    14. they who preach gospel should /. of gospel

    2 Cor, 4. 11. for we which /. are delivered to death

    6. 9. as dying, and beliold, we /. as chastened

    7. 3. ye are in our hearts to die and I. with you 13. 4. we shall /. with him by the power of God

    11. brethren, be of one mind, /. in peace Gal. 2. 14. why compellestthe Gentiles to /.as .Tews

    19. dead to the law, that 1 might /. unto Go

    20. 1 1, yet not 1, but Christ liveth in me, the life

    I now /. in flesh, 1 /. by faith of Son of God

    3. 11. the just shall /. by fai'th, Ueb. 10. .38.

    5. 25. if we /. in the Spirit, let us walk in the Spirit

    Phil. 1.21. for me to I. is Christ, and to die is gain

    22. if I /. in the flesh, this is the fruit of my labour

    1 Thess. 3. 8. for now we /. if ye stand fast in Ixiid 5. 10. died, that we should I. together with him

    2 Tim. 2. 11. if dead, we shall also /. withhim

    3. 12. all that will /. godly shall sufl'er persecution Tit. 2. 12. teaching us that we should /. soberly Heb. 12. 9. be in subjection to Father of spirits and /.

    13. 18. in all tilings willing to /. honestly Jam. 4. 15. if the Lord will we shall /. and do this

    1 I'et. 2. 24. that we should /. to righteousness

    4. 2. that he should no longer /. in the flesh

    6. but /. according to God in the Spirit

    2 Pet. 2. 6. an ensample to those that /. ungodly 18. those that escaped from them who /. in error

    1 John 4. 9. sent his Son, that we might /. thro' him Rev. 13. 14. beast which had the wound and did /.

    See For Ever. As I LIVE. A'iKm. 14.21. as truly af I /. eaith shall be filled, 28. Job 27. 6. so long as T I. Psal. 104. .33. 1 116. 2. ha. 49. 18. as II. saith the Lord, J«r. 22. 24. Ezek. 5. 11. 1 14. 16, 18, 20. 1 16. 48. I I7. 16. 19. 1 18. 3. 1 20. 3. .33. 1 33. 11, 27. I 34. 8. I 35. 6, 11. Zeph. 2. 9. Rom. 14. 11. Jer. 46. 18. as 1 1, saith tlie king, surely as Tabor

    May, might, or mayest LIVE. Gen. 42. 2. that we m. /. and not die, 43. 8. 1 4". 19. Lev. 25. .35. relieve him that he may I. with thee

    .36. take no usury, that thy brother may I. Num. 4. 19. but thus do to them that they may I. X>e«<. 4. l.dotothem,yem./. 5. 33. |8. 1. 130.6,16. 42. that fleeing to one of these cities he might I.

    16. 20. what is just follow, that thou mayest I. 30. 19. choose life, that thou and tliy seed may I.

    2 Sam. 12. 22. gracious to me, that the child may I. 2 Kings 18. 32. to a land of bread, that you may I. Esth. 4. 11 . hold out tlie sceptre, that he may I. Psal. 119. 17. deal bountifully, that I may I.

    77. let thy mercies come to me, that 1 may I.

    116. uphold me according to thy word, that I m. I. Jer. 35. 7- dwell in tents, that ye may I. many days Etek. .37. 9. breathe on these slain, that they may I. Amos 5. 14. seek good, and not evil, that ye may I. Eph. 6. 3. and thou mayest I. long on the earth

    nv

    Not LIVE. Exod. 19. 13. that touch the mountain shall not I.

    22. 18. thou shalt not suffer a witch to /. Deut. 8. 3. man doth not I. by bread only, but by the word of the Lord, Mat. 4. 4. Luke 4. 4. 2 Sam. 1. 10. for I was sure that he could mu I. 2 Kings 10. 19. « hosoever is wanting he shall not I.

    20. 1. set house in order, thou shalt not I. Isa. 38. 1. Jobl. 16. I loath it, I would »«>< /. always Psal. 55. 23. the wicked shall not I. halt their days Isa. 26. 14. they are dead, they shall not I. Ezek. 13. 19. to save the souls that should not I.

    18. 13. shall he then live? he shall not I. Zech. 13. 3. shall say to him, thou shalt not I. Luke 12. t 29. /. not in careful suspense Acts 7. 19. cast out children, that they might not I.

    25. 24. crying, that he ought not to I. any longer

    28. 4. yet vengeance suflfereth not to /. 2 Cor. 5. 15. they should 7iot I. to themselves, buthim

    LIVED. Gen. 25. 6. from Isaac his son, while he yet /.

    47. 28. Jacob /. in the land of Egypt 17 veal's Num. 14. 38. but Joshua and Caleb /. still

    21. 9. when he beheld the serpent of brass he I. Deut. 5. 26. that heard tlie voice of God and /.

    2 Sam. 19. 6. if Absalom had /. and we had died

    1 Kings 12. 6. the old men that stood before Solomon

    his father while he yet I. 2 Chron. 10. 6.

    2 Kings 14. I7. Amaziah I. after the death of Je

    hoash hfteen yeare, 2 Chron. 25. 25. Psal. 49. 18. while he /. he blessed his soul Ezek. 37. 10. breath came into them, and they /. Luke 2. 36. she had /. with a husband seven years Acts 23. ] . I have /. in all good conscience before G.

    26. 5. after the sect of our religion \\\\\\\\ l.a. Pharisee Col. 3. 7- ye walked sometime, when ye /. in them Jam. 5. 5. ye have /. in pleasure on the earth Rev. 18. 7. how much she hath /. deliciously, 9.

    20. 4. they /. with Christ H 5. the rest /. not again

    LIVELY. Exod. 1. 19. because the Hebrew women are/. Psal. .38. 19. but my enemies are /. and are strong Acts 7. 38. who received the /. oracles to give to us

    1 Pet. 1. 3. who hatli begotten us again to a /. hoi>e 2. 5. ye, as /. stones, are built up a spiritual house

    LIVER. Exod. 29. 13. the caul above the /. 22. Lev. 3. 4, 10, 15. I 4. 9. I 7. 4. 1 8. 16, 25. 1 9. 10, 19. Prov. 7. 23. till a dart strike through his /. Lam. 2. 11. my /. is poured upon the earth Ezek. 21. 21. he consulted, he looked in the /. See Caul. LIVES. Gen. 9. 5. surely yourblood of your /. will I require 45. 7. to save your /. by a great deliverance 47. 25. thou hast saved our /. let us find grace Exod. 1. 14. tliey made their/, bitter with bondage Josh. 2. 13. and deliver our /. from death 9. 24. therefore we were sore '*fraid of our /. Judg. 5. 18. were a people that jeoparded their /. 18. 25. thou lose thy life with /. of thy household

    2 A'aw. 1. 23. Saul and Jonathan lovely in their /.

    19.5. who saved /. of thy sons, wives, and concu. 23. 17. that went injeopardy of their /. 1 Chr. 11. 19.

    Esth. 9.16. otiier Jews gathered and stood for their /. Prov. 1. 18. they lurk privily for their own /. Jer. 19. 7. fall by them which seek their /. 46. 26. 9. they that seek their /. shall straiten them

    48. 6. flee, save your /. be like the heath in wildem. I^m. 5. 9. we gat our bread with the peril of our /. Dan. 7. 12. their /. were prolonged for a season Luke 9.56. Son of man is not come to destroy men's /. yicts 15. 26. men that have hazarded their /. for our

    27. 10. this voyage will be with damage of our /. 1 John 3. 16. to lay down our /. for the Drethren Rev. 12. 11. they loved not their /. to the death

    LI VEST. Deut. 12. 19. forsake not the Levite as long as thou /. Gal. 2. 14. if thou bein» a Jew /. after the manner Rev. 3. 1. hast a name that thou /. and art dead

    LIVETH. Gen. 9. 3. every thing that /. shall be meat for you

    16. + 14. the well of him that /. and seeth me Deut. 5. 24. that God doth talk with man, and he /.

    1 Sam. 1.28. have lent him to the L.as long as he /. 20. 31. for as long as son of Jesse /. on the ground 25. 6. thus shall say to him that /. in prosperity

    2 Sam. 2. 27. as God /. unless thou hadst spoken 15. 21. as my lord the king/, surely in what place

    22. 47. the Lord /. blessed be my rock, Ps. 18. 46. 1 Kings 3. 23. one saith, this is my son that /.

    17. 23. and Elijah said, see thy son /.

    Job 19. 25. for I know that my Redeemer /.

    27. 2. as G. /. who hath taken away my judgment Psal. 89.48. what man that /. and shall not see death? Jer. 4. 2. thou shalt swear, the Lord /. in truth

    5. 2. tho' they say, the Lord /. they swear falsely

    12. 16. to sweai- by my name, the Lord /. as they

    16. 14. no more be said, the Lord /. 15. 1 23. 7. 8.

    44. 26. in the land of Egypt, saying, the Lord /. Ezek. 47. 9. every tiling that /. and moveth shall live Ilos. 4. 15. nor go ye up, nor swear, the Lord /. Amos 8. 14. they that swear, and say, thy God, O Pan, /. and the manner ot I^eer-sheba /. John 4.50. Jesus said, go thy way, thy son /. 51,53.

    1 1 . 26. whosoever /. and believeth m me never die Rom. 6. 10. but in that he /. lie /. to Go

    7.1. law hath dominion over man a- long as he/. 2. 3. so if while her husband /. she be married

    14. 7. for none of us /. or dietli to himself

    1 Cor 7 39. the wife is bound as long as her husb. /.

    2 Cor. 13. 4. yet he /. by the power of Go

    1 Tim. 5. 6. that /. in jileasure is dead while she /. Heb. 7. 8. of whom it is witnessed that he /. 25 seeing he ever /. to make intercession for them 9 17 testament is of no strength while testator /. Rtv 1. 18. 1 am he that /. and was dead, behold See For EVER. As the Lord LIVETH. Tuifg. 8. 19. as the L. I. if ye have saved them alive Ruth 3. 13. 1 will do tlie partof kinsman, as the L. I. 283

    LO

    LOG

    LOI

    1 Sam. 14. 39. for as the L. I. tho' if be in Jonathan

    45. as tie Lord I. 19. 0. 1 20. 21. I 25. 26. 1 26. K),

    16. 1 28. 10. 1 29. 6. 2 Sam. 4. 9. 1 12. 5. I 14. 11.

    1 Kings!. 29.

    20. 3. as the Lord I. there is but a step between me

    25. 34. as the Lord God of Israel /. who kept nie S Aam. 15. 21. as the L. I. and as my lord the kinij /.

    1 Kings 2. 24. as the Lord I. 2 Kings 5. 20. 2 Vhrmi.

    IB. 13. Jer. 38. 16. 17. 1. as the Lord God of Israel /. 18. 15. 12. as the Lord thy God /. 18. ll).

    2 Kingsi. 2. as L. /.and thy soul liveth, 4. 6. 1 4. 30.

    3. 14. as L. of hosts /. before whom 1 stand, 5. 16.

    AsthysmlLlWAU. \\\\\\\\Sam.\\\\\\\\.16.ass. I. 1 am woman whostood prayin? 17. 65. Abner said, as thy s. I. O king, 1 cannot tell ' 20. 3.

    14. 19. as soul I. none can turn to right or left hand ZKingsH.i.ass.l, 1 wiUnotleave thee, so they went

    LIVING Signifies, [1] (hie uho is alive, or enjoys life, 1 Kings 3. 22. [2] Never dry, hut aluays spring- ing and running. Cant. 4. 15. [3] Christ risen from the dead, Luke 24. 5. [4] The godly, de- parted this lite. Mat. 22. 32. [5] Spiritual, Kom.

    12. 1. [6] That -uhich proaireth and bringeth to life spiritual and eternal, Heb. 10. 20. 1 Pet. 2. 4. [7] A persons tcealth, goods, ur estate, Luke 15. 12.

    Wan became a living soul. Gen. 2. 7- His lifeless bodp was eiidued utth a soul, thereby he became a living rational creature.

    living water, John 4. 10. 1 7. 38. The Spirit of God and his grace, ahich viill never fail, but en- dure to eternal life.

    Gen. 1. 28. have dominion over every /. thinij 2. 7. man bee. a /. soul 1| 3. 20. Eve, mother ot all /.

    6. 19. and of every /. thing of all flesh, two

    7. 4. and every /. substance 1 will destroy 23. and every /. sutjstance was destroyed

    8. 1. God remembered Noah and every /. thing 21. I will not smite any more every thing /.

    26. t 19. and found there a well of /. water Lev. 11. 10. of any /. thing which is in the water

    13. 1 10. if there be a quickening of /. tiesli

    14. 6. as for the /. bird he shall take it, 7. 53. 20. 25. not make abominable by any /. thing

    JN'wm. 16. 48. he stood between the dead and the /. 19. 1 17. for unclean /. water shall be given Unth 2. 20. hath not left otf his kindness to the /. S Sam. 20. 3. they were sliut up /. in w idowhood 1 Kings 3. 22. the /. is my son, the dead thy son, 23.

    25. divide the /. child m two, and give half to one

    26. whose the /.child was, give her the/. child

    27. then the king said, "ive her the /. child

    Job 12. 10. in w hose hand is soul of every /. thing

    28. 13. nor is it found in the land of the /. 21. seeing it is hid from the eyes of all /.

    30. 23. and to the house appointed for all /.

    33. .31). to be enlightened with liglit of /. Ps. 27. 13. to see goodness of the Lord in land of/.

    38. + 19. for mine enemies being /. are strong

    52. 5. and root thee out of the fand of the /.

    56. 13. that I may walk in the light of the /.

    58. 9. shall take them away both /. and in wrath 69.28. let them be blotted out of the book of the /. 116. 9. walk before the I^rd in the land of the /.

    142. 5. thou art my portion in the land of the /.

    143. 2. in thy siaht snail no man /. be justified 145. 16. thou satistiest the desire of every /. thing

    Keel. 4. 2. dead , more than the /. which are alive

    15. I considered all the /. under the sun

    0. 8. poor, that knoweth to walk before the /.

    7. 2. end of all men, and the /. will lay it to heart

    9. 4. that is joined to all the /. a /. dog is better 5. for the /. know that they shall die, but dead

    Ca7it.4. 15. awellof /. water, streams from Lebanon Isa. 4.3. that is written amons the /. in Jerusalem

    8. 19. seek to their God for the /. to the dead 19. 1 10. be broken that make ponds of /. things 38. 11. not see the Lord in the land of the /.

    19. tlie /. the /. he shall praise thee, as 1 do

    53. 8. he was cut off out of the laml of the /.

    57. + 10. thou hast found the /. of thy hand Jer. J. 13. forsaken fountain of /. waters, 17. 13.

    11. 19. let us cut him otf from the land of the /. Xam. 3. 39. wherefore doth a /. man complain ? Jizelt. 7. 1 13. though his life be yet amonsr the /.

    26. 20. 1 shall set glory in the land of the /.

    32. 23. all of them slain, which caused terror in

    the land of the /. 24, 25, 26. 27, 32.

    Dan. 2. 30. any wisdom that I have more than any /.

    4. 17. to the mtent that the /. may know

    Zech. 14. 8. /. waters shall go out from Jerusalem Mat. 22. 32. God is not the God of the dead, but of the /. Mart 12. 27. Luie 20. 38. Mark 12. 44. she cast in all she had, even all her /. Luie 8. 43. woman had spent all her /. on physicians

    15. 12. and he divided unto them his /.

    13. there wasted his substance with riotous .'. 30. 24. 5. why seek ye the /. among the dead ?

    John 4. 10. he would have given thee /. water ? 11. from whence hast thou that /. water ?

    6. 51. 1 am the /. bread which came down from 37. as the /. Father hath sent me, and I live

    7. .'58. out of his belly shall flow rivers of/, water Kom. 12. 1. that ye present your bodies a /.sacrifice

    14. 9. that he might be Lord botli of dead antt /. 1 Cor. 15. 45. the hrstman Adam was madea /. soul Col. 2. 20. /. in the world, are ye subject to ordinan. Tit. 3. 3. /. in malice, envy, and hating one another Heb. 10. 20. boldness to enter by a new and /. way 1 Pet. 2. 4. to whomcominuas to a/, stone, chosen Jiev.T. 17. the I.ambshall lead them to /. fountains

    16. 3, and every /. soul died in the sea

    See Bird, Cre.\\\\\\\\ture, God. ^ LTZAKD.

    JLev. 11. 30. the /. snail, and mole unclean to you

    LO Penotes, [1] Matter of attention and considera-

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    tion, Isa. 25. 9. Luke 13. 16. [2] Tieadiness, Psal. 40. 7- [3] Certainly and affirmation, Ezek. .30. 9. [4] Demonstralio7i of a thing present. Gen. 29. 7. G«(. 18. 10. /. Sarah thy wife shall have a son

    29. 7. /• it is yet high day, water ye the sheep ' 50. 5. /. I die II Exod. 19. 9. /. I come in a cloud

    Num. 14. 40. /. we be here, and will go up to place 24. 11. /. the Lord hath kept thee from honour

    1 Sam. 14. 43. 1 did but taste honey , and /. 1 must die

    2 Sam. 24. I7. /. 1 have sinned and

    40. 7. /. 1 come \\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\ 132. 6. /. we heard it at Kphratah 52. 7. /. the man that made not God his strength 73. 27. 1, they that are fai' from tliee shall perish 92. 9. /. thine enemies, for /. thine enemies perish Led. 7. 29. /. thisonly have I found, thatOod ma

    25. 1 beheld, and /. there was no man, birds fled 8. 8. /. certainly in vain made he it, pen in vain 25. 29. for /. 1 begin to bring evil on the city

    Ezei. 17. 18. when /. he had given him his hand

    30. 9. for /. it cometh || 33. .33. /. it will come Ilos. 9. 6. for /. they are gone, because of destruction Amos 4. 2. tliat /. the days shall come upon you Hog. 1 . 9. ye looked for nmch, and /. it came to little Mat. 3. 10. and /. the heavens were opened

    24. 23. /. here is Christ, or there, believe it not 28. 7. /. I have told you \\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\ 20. /. I am with you

    Lute 13. 16. Satan bound, /. these eighteen years 23. 15. /. nothing worthy of death is done to him Acts 13. 46. unworthy, /. we turn to the Gentiles Bei. 10. 7. /. 1 come to do thy will, O God, 9.

    LOADEN. Psal. 141. + 14. that our o.xen may be /. with flesh Isa. 46. 1. on the cattle your carriages were heavy /.

    LOADEIH. Psal. 68. 19. Lord, who daily /. us with benefits

    LOAF. Eiod. 29. 23. one /. of bread , one cake of oiled bread 1 Chr. 16. 3. David dealt to every one a /. of bread Mark 8. 14. neither had they more than one /.

    LOAN. 1 Sam. 2. 20. for the /. which is lent to the Lord LOATH, see Lothe. LOAVES. 1 Sam. 17. 17. fake ten /. and run to the camp

    25. 18. Abigail made haste and took 200 /.

    1 Kings 14. 3. take with thee ten /. and cracknels

    2 Kitigs 4. 42. a man brought the man of God 20 /. Mat. 14. 17. they say, we have here but five /.

    19. and he took the five /. Mark 6. .38. Luke 9. 13. 15. 34. said, howmany /. haveye? Ayar*6.38. 1 8.5.

    .36. he took the seven /. and the fishes, MnrkH. 6. 16. 9. nor remember the five /. of the b>MQ

    10. nor the seven /. of the 40(X), and how many Mark 6. 44. they that did eat of the /. were 5000

    52. they considered not the miracle of the /. Luke 11. 5. say to him, friend, lend me three /. John 6. 9. a lad here who hath five barley /.

    11. Jesus took the /. and distributee! to the disciples 13. with tlie fragments of the five barley /.

    26. because ye did eat of the /. and were tilled

    See Brf.au.

    Wave LOAVES.

    Lev. 23. 17. shall bring two w. /. of two tenth deals

    LOCK. Cant. 5. 5. dropping myrrh on the handles of the /.

    LOCK. Ezek, 8. 3. and he took me by a /. of my head

    LOCKS. Num. 6. 5. let the /. of the hair of his head grow Judg. 16.13. if thou weavestthe seven/, of my head

    19. she caused him to shave oft the seven /. Neh. 3. 3. set up doors, and /. thei eof, 6, 13, 14, 15. Ca7it. 4. 1. thou hast doves' ejes within thy /. 3. like a piece of pomegranate within thy A

    5. 2. my /. are filled with the drops of the night

    11. his /. are bushy, and black as a raven

    6. 7. a pomegranate are thy temples within thy /. Isa. 47. 2. uncover thy /. make bare the leg Ezek. 44. 20. nor suffer their /. to grow long

    See Bars. LOCKED. Judg. 3. 23. Ehud shut the doors and /. them 24. behold, the doors of the parlour were /. LOCUST Signifies, [1] A certain vile insect. Their na- ture is to be many together, therefore vast mul- titudes are resembled by them, Nab. 3. 15. Tn Arabia, and other countries that are infested by them, they come in vast numbers upon their com when ripe, and urhat they do 7wt eat they infect uith their tiaich and the moisture coming from them ; and after-jeards dying in great num- bers, they poismi the air, and cause a pestilence. God plagued the Egyptians, by sending suarms of them tnto their land, Exod. 10. 14. [2] Either a large sort of grasshoppers, i>r a k ind of green herb. Lev. 11. 22. Mat. 3. 4. [3] Authors, or teachers of false doctrine, icho tnfect others by distilling ttieir poisonous doctrines into them, Hev. 9. 3 Esod. 10. 19. there remained not one /. in all Egypt Lev. 11. 22. /. after his kiml, and bald /. ye may eat Deut. 28. 42. all thy trees shall the /. consume

    1 Ki7igs 8. .37. if there be in the land /. 2 Chr. 6. 28. Psa/. 78. 46. he gave also their labour to the /.

    109. 23. I am tossed up and down as the /. Joel 1.4. hath the /. eaten, and that which /. left

    2. 25. 1 will restore the years that the /. hath eaten

    LOCUSTS. Eiod. 10 4. behold, to morrow I will bring /.

    12. stretch out thy hand over Egypt for the /.

    13. in the mornini.' the east wind brought the /.

    14. no such /. \\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\ 19. the west wind took aw ay the /. TIeiit. 28. 38. for the /. shall consume it

    2 Chron. 7. 13. if I command the /. to devour Psal. 105.34. he spake, and /. came, and caterpillars

    Prov. .30. 27. the /. have no king, ye go by bands Isa. 33. 4. as the running to and froof/. shall he run Nah. 3. 15. make thyself many as the /.

    17. thy crowned are as the /. and thy captains Mat. 3. 4. his meat was /. and w ild honey, Mark 1 .& liev. 9. 3. there came out of the smoke/, ontheeatlt

    7. shapes of/, were like to horees for battle LODGE. Isa. 1. 8. the daughter of Zion is leftasa/. in garden

    LODGE. Gen. 24. 23. is there room in the house for us to /. in -

    25. we have provender enough, an

    13. to /. in Gibeah or in Hamah, 15. I 20. 4.

    20. the old man said, only /. not in the street liuth 1. 16. where thou lo

    2 Sam. 17. 8. thy father will not /. with the people 16. /. not this night in the plains of the wiluerneas Neh.i. 22. let every one /.within Jerusalem

    13. 21. 1 said, why /. ye about the wall i Job 17. +2. doth not my eye /. in their provocation .'

    24. 7. they cause the naked to /. without cJothiug

    31 . 32. the stranser did not /. in the street Psal. 25. + 13. his soul shall /. in goodne.ss

    91. 1 1. shall /. under the shadow of the Almighty Can/. 7. 11. come, my beloved, let us/, in the villages /.ia.21. 13. in the forest in Arabia shall ye/.

    65. 4. an<) /. in monuments, and eat swine's flesh Jer. 4. 14. how long shall vain thoughts /. in thee ? Zeph. 2. 14. the beasts shall /. in the upper lintels Mat. 13. 32. so that birds of the air come and /. in the branches thereof, Mark 4. .32. Acts 21. 16. brought Mnason with whom we should/.

    LODGED. Gen. 32. 13. Jacob /. there that same night

    21. and him.self /. that night in the company JV'iA.2.1. thespiescameintoan harlot's house, and I.

    3. 1. to .lordan, he and all Israel, and /. there

    4. 8. carried them over to the place where they /. 6. 11. they came into the camp, and /. in the camp 8. 9. but Joshua /. that night among the people

    Judg. 18. 2. came to house of ^Micah, they /. there

    19. 4. so they did eat and drink, and /. there 7. urged him, therefore he /. there again

    1 Kings 19. 9- came into a cave, and /. there 1 Chr. 9. 27. they /. round about the house of God Neh. 13. 20. the merchants /. without Jerusalem Isa. 1. 21. righteousness/, in it, but now murderers Mat. 21. 17. he went to Bethany and /. there Acts 10. 18. asked w hether Simon were /. there 23. then called he them in, and /. them 28. 7. Piiblius /. us three days courteously

    1 Jim. 5. 10. if she have /. strangers, if she washed

    LODGES I. Ituthl. 16. Ruth said, where thou /. I will lodge

    I.ODGEIH. Acts 10. 6. he /. with one Simon a tanner

    LODGING. Josh. 4. 3. twelve stones, and leave them in the /. Judg. 19. 15. no man took them to his house to /. Isa. 10. 29. they have taken up their /. at Geba Jer. 9. 2. that 1 hail in the wilderness a /. place Acts 28. 23. there came many to him info his /. PAile/n. 22. but withal prepare me also a /. LODGINGS.

    2 Ki7igs 19. 23. 1 will enter into the /. of his border*

    l.OFr.

    1 Kings 17. 19. he took him and carried him into a /. Acts 20. 9. Eufychus fell down from the third /.

    LOFTY. Psal. 131. 1. heart is not haughty, nor mine eyes /. Prov. 30. 13. a generation, O now /. are their eyes? Isa. 2. 11. the/, looks of man shall be humbled, 5. 15. 12. the day of the Lord be on every one that is /. 26. 5. the /. city he layeth low to the ground 57- 7. on a /. mountafn hast thou set thy bed 15. thus sailli the higli an

    I.OFllNESS. Isa. 9. 17. the /. of man shall be bowed down Jer. 48. 29. we heard the pride of jNloab, his/.

    I.OtJ. Lev. 14. 10. the priest shall take a /. of oil, 12, 24. 15. shall take some of the /. of oil. and pour it 21. if he l)e poor, then he shall fake a /. of oil LOINS Signify, [1] The louer parts of the back, or the uaist, Exod. 28. 42. [2] I'he uhole man. Job 31. 20. Psal. 66. 1). Gird up the loins of your mind, 1 Pet. 1. 13. I.et your minds be intent upon, ready, and prepared for yimr spiritual uork, restrained from alt those thoughts, cares, affections, and lusts, uhich may entangle, detai7i,a7id hinder them, or make them V7ijit for it. It is an allusion to the custom of the Oriental nations, who wearing lo7ig loose garments were wont to gird them about their loins, that they might not hinder them in their travelling or worki/ig, 1 Kings 18.46. 2 Kings 4. 29. Jl may also have a special respect to the like rite used at the passover whe7i the Israelites were just ready to enter upon their journey and march out oj Egypt, Exod. 12. 11. Ge7i. .35. 11. and kings shall come out of thy /. 37. 31. and Jacob put sackcloth upon his /. 46. 26. the souls which came out of his /. Esod. 1 . 5. Eiod. 12. 11. ye shall eat it, witli your /. girded 28. 42. breeches reach from the /. unto the thighs Deut. 3.3. U. smite thronnh the /.of them that rise

    2 .Soot. 20. 8. a girdle with a sword fastened on Ids /.

    1 Kings 2.5. put the blood in the girdle about his.'. 8. 19. son shall come forth of thy 1.1 Chron. 6. 9. 12. 10 thicker than my father's 1.1 Chr. 10. 10. 18. 46. Elijah girded up his /. and ran before Ahab

    20. 31. let us, I pray, |>ut sackcloth on our/. .32. so tlieygiriled sackcloth on their /. and ro|

    2 Kinos\\\\\\\\.V: was an hairy man, and girt witheircle

    of leather alK)ut his /. Mat. 3. 4. Mark 1 . 6. 4. 29. gird ui> thy /. 9. l.Job 38. 3. 1 40. 7. Jer. 1. 17.

    LON

    Seh. 4. + 18. had each his sword girded on his /.

    Job IC. IR. he jiirdfth the /. ot kiiiL'S with a girdle .11. CO. if his /. have not blessed ine 40. lt'>. lo, now his streuL'tli is in his /.

    Vsal. 38. 7- niv /. are tilleil \\\\\\\\i ith a Kiathsome disease

    06. 11. tliou laiiiest alilictioii upon our /.

    6y. C3. and make tlieir /. continiiall v to sliake Prof. ,'J0. t 31. a liorse cirt m the /. and a king

    31. 17. slie siirdelli licr /. with stren:;th

    Isa. 5. 'w.neitliershall the uirilleot'their /. he loosed 11. 5. righteoiisnt-.s sl^all he tlie ;;inile of his /. SO. C. loose the jaikiloth from otV thy /. put otf 21. 3. therefore are my /. tilled with pain

    32. 11. make hare, uird sack

    Jer. 13. 1. iiet a linen t-inlle and put it upon thy /, 11. as the cndle ..leaVeih to the /. ot a man

    30. 6. see everv man with his hnnds c n his /. 48. 37. and upon the /. shall he sackiloth

    J-.zek. 1. U'7. from the appearance of his /. upward

    8. 2. from his /. down» ard, hre ; from liis/. upward

    9. t C. with a writer's inkhorn on his /.

    21. 6. si:;h wiih the freaking of thy /. and bitterness C3. 15. i.'irded witli ijirdles upon their /. 29. 7. thou mad. st all their /. to be at a stand 44. 18. tluy shall have linen brteches on their /. 47. 4. he measured, tlie waters were to the /. J>an. 5. '>. so tlie ioints of his /. were loosed

    10.0. whose /. wereiiirdcd with tine i;nldof Cphaz yJwiij 8. 10. I will hriui,' sackcloth on yonr /. Ao/i. '-. 1. make thv /. "strong ' Ui. paui is in all /. LukeVZ. •^A. let vour/. he yirded about, and li^ilits Actx 2. ai. that <"f his /. he would raise up Christ I'pli. (5. 14. having your /. girt ahout with tnitli llfh. 7. 5. tho' ihev came out of the /. of .Abraham

    U). for he was yet in tie /. rf his father 1 Pel. 1. 13. wherefore uird up the /. of vour mind

    LONG Sisnit^es, [1] ('f nreat eitent in liiwih, Pzek. 31. 5. [2] Ta hie iircnthj. Gen. :\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\. G. [.!] 'I'o thirst, 2 Sam. 23. 15. [4] 'To dtsirc liri/ ear- nestly, .lob 3. 21. ihus do, [1] .^r/c/i ns are greaOy afflicted jor death, .lob 3. 21. [2] The talker alter the sen, 2 Sam. 13. 3'.l. [.3] 'Tlie 'ah.^ent lor his native i-lare. Gen. 31. 30. [4] 'The co'i/f!/ after God'.^ :.o /. fi>r th.ee

    19. (>■ and overtake him, because the way is /. 28. 59. make Kieat plaLiues and ot /. continuance

    Josh. b. 5. -ivhe'n they make a /. blast with the h.orn

    9. 13. are old. bv reason of the verv /. journev

    24. 7. ye dwelt in the \\\\\\\\i ildcrness a /. seas, n

    C Sam. 3. I. there was /. war between house of Saul 1 h'liiijs:'-,. 11. and liast not aske.i /. life, 2 Chr. 1.11. CChr. 15.3. tor a /. seasoji Israel w as with.^ut God Ps. 91. 16. with /. life will 1 satisfy him 95. 10. forty Years /. w as I srieved with this ce nera. 120.0. my soul /.dwelt v.ith him that hatetli peace 129. 3. ih.e plowers made /. their furrows 143. 3. to dwell, af, those that have been /, dead Prov. 3. 2. and /. life sliall tliey add to thee

    7. 19. the cood man is ucne a /. iournev

    2,3. .30. they that tniry /. at the wine, that ?o

    25. 15. by /. forbearing' is a prince P'ersuaded Keel. 12. 5. because man 'joeth to !iii /. home

    />.i. 05.22. mvelectshall /. eniov w.irkof theirhands Jer. 29. 28. this captivity is /. huihi ye houses /.am. 2.20. shall women eat their children of span/..' Ezek. 17. 3. a ereat ea:;le /. win;.'ed, full of leathers

    31. 5. his branches became /. because of waters 44. 20. nor sliave. n.r suffer their locks to i^row /.

    Van. 10. 1. but the tin'.e ap'X)inted was /. //.'.>■. 13. 13.notstav /.in theplaceof break intr torth Mat. 11. 21. repented /. ai;o in sackclotl; and ashes 23. 14. ye

    10. 5. sitlina clothed in a /. white £;.rm.nt y.TiXe 18. 7. aven^'e, though he bear"/, with them

    23. 8. tor he was desirous to see him ot a /. season .icii 20. 9. as Paul was /. preachin::. he sunk \\\\\\\\i ith 27. M.not/. attertherearoseatempe.,tI.uri)clvdon 21. but alter /. abstinence Paul stri.il in mi.'st of 1 Cor. 11. 14. if a man have /. hair, it is a shame 15. if a woman have /. hair, it is a •Av.v\\\\\\\\- to her Eph. (,. 3. that thou mav.st live /. en the"eartli 1 'Tim. 3. 15. if ! larry "/. that thou mavest know Jajii. 5. 7. the husbau.lman hath /. patience tor it .Vf A CO. As LONG as. lev. 18.19. asl.asihe is put ap.irt f.ir unrleanne^s

    26. .34. enioy sabbaths, >,.. I. as it lieth iles<.late, 35. A'wm. 9. 18. as I, a' the cloud ah.'de, tl;ev lested JJeut. 12. 19. forsake not the levite as I. as thou liv

    31. 13. fear the I oril as I. as you live in the lanil 1 Sam. 1. 28. lent to the Lord, as I. as lie livelli

    20. 31. as I. as son of .lesse liveth on the iiround 25. 15. any thini; as I. as we were conversant

    C (.'hr. 20. 5. as I. as he sou;;ht the I., he prospered .■16. 21. as I. as she lay desolate she kept sabbath Psal. 72. 5. fear thee as I. as sun and moon endure

    17. his name sliall he continued as I. as the sun 104. 33. 1 will siiii; to the Lord as I. as I live 110. 2. I will c.ll up

    1 Pel.H.6. whose dauglitersye are as I. as ye do M ell

    2 Pel. 1. 13. as I. as I am in this tabernacle

    See Cl'BiTs, Day, Hour.

    LOO

    S) LONG.

    .Tudff. 5. 28. why is his chariot so I. in comins ' l.»im.29.8. what found in thv servant, so I. as 1 have 2 Kiaps 0. 22. *i> /. as the w fioredoms of thy mother 2 Chrrn.().3\\\\\\\\. they may fear thee ..i) /. as they live Tsth. 5. 13. ,1.) /. as' 1 see Mordecai sittins-'atthe :;ate Joh 27. 0. shall not repivach me so I. as 1 live Psal. 72.7. peace sol. as the moon endureth Tide 1. 21. anil marvelled that he tarrie.l .vj /. Horn. 7. 2. bound t.. her husband so t. as he liveth Heb. 4. 7. to-day, after so I. a time, as it is said

    LONG time. Cen. 20. 8. when he had be.ii there a /. time yum. 20. 15. and wehave dwelt in E^'x pt a I. time Dtut. 20. 19. w hen tli.ni shalt 1 vsieue a city a /. rimt Josh. 11. IH. .Icsliua ma.le w,ir a /. Iimi with kini;S 23. 1. a /. line aft.r that .1. shua wa.xedold

    1 Sam. 7. 2. while the ark atiode the time was /.

    2 Sam. 14. 2. as a woman that ha. I /. tiive n.ourned 2 Chron. 30. 5. for thev had not d

    c niethan.l re. konelh with them, J iikc 20. u. LvJe 8. 27. a certain man which hail devils /. time

    20. 9. a man went into a far country for a /. tini'- J: hn 5. 0. knew that he liad been a /. iitae in that case

    14. 9. have 1 berii so /. time with voii, and vet Ji-r..!'. 11. because of/, timehf haii biw itcie.'i them

    M. 3. /. lime ahoile they with the disciples, 28. 2 Tct. 2. 3. whose ludun'i.nt of /. time liuL'ereth n..t

    LONG ul.He. Acts CO. 11. he talked a /. -.chile till break of day

    LdNfi. Job 3. 21. which /. for death, hut it cometh not 0.8. (lt!iat<;od would iirant me thiuL' that 1 /. for' Horn. 1. 11. for 1 /. t.. see vou, that i mav imp.ot 2 Cor. 9. 11. and bv their prnver which /. after \\\\\\\\fm Phil. 1.8. how -reatlv 1 /. after vou all In bovvels

    " lUNGI'.n. ■ 2 .^am. 13. 39. David /. lo no forth unto Absaloin 23. 15. Pavid /. and said. ( J that ^■n^, 1 Chr. 11. 17 Psal. 119.40. behold, 1 have /. after thy preceiits 131. lor 1 /. lor lliv coir.mandments 174. 1 have/, for thv sahafion. () Lord Phil. 2. CO. tor he /. after v.ai all ''4. 1. and /. for

    LOM.KDSL. Cen. 31. 30. thou sore /. after thv faiher's house

    I.ONt.KU. " F.iod. 2. 3. when she c.'ul.l no /. hide him 9. 28. 1 will let yon 2". and ye shall stay no /. Jiidi.'.'i. 14.coukl not aii\\\\\\\\ /. stand before enemies 2 Sam. 20. 5. he tarried /. than the set tin.e 2 Kings 0. 33. should 1 wait lor the I.orii any I.? Joh 7. +8. thine eyes are on me. I can live no /. 11. 9. the measure tlifre..f is /. than the eartii .7tT. 44. C2. so that the LonI could n.i /. bear Luke 10. 2. for thou mavest be no /. steward Acts 18. 20. when thev desired him to tairv /. 25. 21. cryim.'. that he oui;h.t not to live aiiy /. Pom. 0. 2. that are dead to sin, live any /. therein Gal. 3. 25. we are no /. un.ler a schoolmaster 1 'I'hiss. 3. 1. when we could no /. forbear. 5. 1 Tim. 5. 23. drink no /. water, but use a little wine

    1 I'et. 4. 2. that he no /. live the rest of his time P.ev. 10. 0. tl:at thtre srould be time no /.

    LdNGF, Hi. Ge«. 34. 8. my son .Shechem /. ft r vour daushter Ihiit. 12. 20. because thv soul /. to'eat Hesh ~ Tsal. 03. 1. niv tlesli /. tor th.ee in a dry land 84. 2. inv sou[ /. for the courts of the Lcrd

    LON(;i>(;.

    Pent. 28. .32. thine eves shall fail with /. for them

    T.-al. 107. 9. for he s'atistieth the /. s..id

    119. 20. mv soul hieaketh for the /. that it hath

    \\\\\\\\.()\\\\\\\\i;-.svf,rinr!.

    Eiod. 34. 0. Lord God merciful and srracious, /.-

    si'l/erina. .^>/w. 14. IB. Psal. 16. 15. 2 Ptt. 3. 9.

    •hr. 15. 15. (1 Lord take me not awav in thv /. si'tf.

    Pi m. 2. 4. f.r despisest thou 1 ii lies of his I'-'mh r.

    9. 2J. endureil with much I. -suffer. \\\\\\\\ essels of wrath

    2 Cor. 0. 0. hv knowleiiiie. bv /. .tw^'.r.bv kin.hiess Gal. 5. 22. fruit of the .'spirit is love, l.-snlferinii Pph. 4, 2. with l.-Mip'cri,/!/. t.u-heariiiL' < ne another C,d. 1.11. sirensthened to all l.-sutf'. with iovfuli;ess

    3. 12. put on. as eh'Ctof God. meekness, l.-siiffer.

    1 Tim. 1, 10. that in me Christ m'vAw shew all /.-.>.

    2 Tim.:',. 10. thou hast full v known mv faith. /.-w//f. 4.2.rehuke,(xhort with all l.-.-vffcr. and d..ctriue

    1 > '< /. 3. Ci '. w lun /.- svfi'i riiiij of God waile.l in da \\\\\\\\ s

    2 Pet. 3. 15. tlie l.-svtfi rivt of our Lcrd is salvation

    UK IK. S. Psal. 18. C7. but thou wilt brim; down hi-li /. 101. 5. that hath a liiL'li /. 1 will not sutier Proi. 0. 17. the I ord h.ateth a proud /. a \\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\r,s

    21. 4. a hi-h /. and proud heart is sin

    To. 2. 11. the loflv /. of man sh.all he humbled 111. 12. I will punish the i;lorv of his hi-h /. ] lek. 2. 0. nor he dismayed at their /. 3. .1. Uan. 7. 2o. whose /. was in. re stout than his fellows

    1 DOK Siijnifies, [1] To behold or .ire. Deut, 28. 32.

    [2] 'J'o consider or take particnlar notice

    Lev. 13. 5. [3] 'I'o eifcct or -.call io-. .lei. 13.

    10. Mat. 11. 3. [4] 'Jo bilieie and trust in.

    Isa. 4,5. 22. Gen. 13. 14. /. from the place where thou art

    15. 5. /. towards heaven, and tell the stars 19. 17. escape for thv lire, /. not helimii thee

    40. 7. wherelore /. ve so sadh to-dav .'

    41. .33. now let Pharaoh /. out a man discreet

    42. 1. .lacobsaid, win /. ve one upon another? Ezud. 10. 10. /. to it ; f.ir evil is before \\\\\\\\ 011

    25. 20. and their faces shall /. one to anolliiT 40. /. that thou make them after their p.ittern Lev. 13. ».>. then the iiriest shall /. if the spots ,53. if the priest shall /. and behold, .'lO. 14. 3. then the priest shall /. it the plasiue. 39. 44. Dent. 9. 27. /.not to the stublKiiiiness .>t ibis people 28. .32. thine eyes shall /. an.i fail w ith loiminu' 1 .Vam. 10. 12. David was ruddy, and L'oodly to/.to 17. 18. /. liovi' brethren fare, and take pledge

    LOO

    1 Kinps 18. 43. go up now,/, toward the sea

    2 h'inys 3. 14. 1 woulil ir t /. toward thee, nor see 0. .iC. /. when messem^er lonieth, shut the door

    9. 2. /. out there, .lehu, and no in, make him rise

    10, 3. /. even out best ami meetest ot master'ssons 23. /. there he none 01 the striants .f the Lord

    1 J. 8. come, let us /. one au.thpr in die fate 1 Chron. 12. 17. the C,(h\\\\\\\\ or our lathers /. therecu J 'A 3. 9. let it /, for lii;ht. but have none 5. + 1. t.. which of liie saints wilt tiau /. .' 20.21. therelore shall no man /. lor his ti. ods 21.*5. /. lint. 1 me and beaslonishe.l. Ia\\\\\\\\ vour hand .35. 5. /. to heavens an.i see, an.i beii. 'I.i ihe rlou.li" Ps. 5. 3. 1 will ilireit my piayi-r 10 tia-e, ami /. up 40. 12. iniquities so ih.d I am not able 1.1 /. up 123. 2. as the ex.s ot servants /. to their masters Prov. 4. 25. let tl ine e\\\\\\\\ es /. rinht on. an.i . ve-li.:, 27.23. to kn.iw thvH.uks. and/, well 10 tl.; her.ls Peel. 12. 3. that /. out at the windows be oarktneil Cant. 4. 8. /. fr.im t. p < f .Aniana. Miemr. lltruKii Jsa. 5. 30. if one /. unto tl,e land, behol.l ilai kness 8. 17. 1 will wait on the Lor.!. 1 will /. loi him

    21. shall I uise their kinL'aial (;od, an.i /. upward

    22. thev shall /. unto earth, and behold trouble

    17. 7. at'that dav shall a man /. to his .Maker

    8. he shall not /. to the altars, work of his hands 22. 4. /.awav from me, 1 will weep hilterly

    8. thou diilst /, in that dav to the armour 31. 1. thev /. not to the lli.lv diieof Israel 42. 18. hear, ye deaf, /. ye blind, that ye ir.iy see Jo. 22. /. unto me. and be saved, all eniis ol'eartli 51. 1. /. to the i.Hk wheme ye are hewn

    2. /. to .-Xhraliam vour father, and to .•~arali .'I'.. 11. they all /. I.'i their own way for ;;ain .'''.'. 11. wf /. for )iiili:meiit. but tliere is none (0. 2. bnt to tliis man will 1 /.that is poor

    J . 13. It'., anil while ye /. f..r lii.d,t. he turn it

    39. 12. take and /. well to him. ilo him no harm 4ii. 4. come with me. ami 1 will /. well to thee

    40. 5. tluir miiihtv ones are fled, and /. not back 47. ,3. the latheis sliall not /. I ack t.i Iheir children

    i:./-. 23. 15. all of th.em pi inces to /. usto I'ahylcu 29. I'i. iniquitv to reniembranre when thev /.' JI'S. A. 1. who/, to other cods, and love wine .lonoh 2. 4. I will /. asaintowanlsthv I, oh temple .l//r. 7. 7. theref.)re will I /. to tl;e Lorii, vVill wait \\\\\\\\ah. 2. 8. stan.l. stand, but none shall /. back -1/n/. 11. 3. or do we /. for alu>ther r Lake ' . 19,20. .l/^/r/-8. 25. put han.lson eves, ami made him /. up Tide 21. '.!(. when tliese things be;;in. then /. up ./<'//h7 52. search an. I /. for outof < .alilee 11.1 pr. pliet .Ills 6. 3. /. ve rut seven nun of honest rep. It

    18. 15. if it iie a question of words. /. ve to it

    1 C>T. 10. 11.1 /. bir him wiih the brethren

    2 Cor. 3. 13. Israel coiil.l not steilfastiv /. to ih.e eni

    4. 18. while we/, atlhiniis which arc seen I'hil. 3. 2.'. from whence we /. f.'i'the Saviour Heb. 9. C'8. to iheni that /. f.r him shall he a[)pear

    1 Pit. 1. 12. which the an;;els desire to /. int..

    2 /'(/. 3. 13. nevertheless v^ e /. for new heavens 14. seeii.L! ye /. for such thini^s. be dilii^ent that

    2 John 8. /. to yourselves, that we lose not Pev. 5. 3. and no man w as able to /. there, n 4. toun.l werthi to read the hook, nor /, thereon LOOK do:.n, Jleiit. 20. 15. /. do:cn from iliv holv habitation P-al. 80. 14. /. rf.o.w.liehold.and visit this vine f!5. 11. rii:lileousneSs siiall /. do:.>i from heav, n I'a. fi3. ],'}. I. dc'::n Irom heaven, and behold froni Tarn. 3. 5o. till L. /. doun. and behold liom heaven

    LOOK ,ii.oviij}<'n. GVii.9.10. how shall be in cloud, and I will l.vpcn'ii 12. H.I know thou art a fair woman to /. uion. 24. 10. Hehekali was verv fair to /. vp, n. 20. 7. Trrd. 3. I'. Moses was atraid to /. np, n C--(»\\\\\\\\

    5. 21. the 1 or.l /. iijcn vou, and iii.lue, because 39. 43. and Moses did /". vi-on all the \\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\ork

    J.tv. 13. 3. tl;e priest shall /. on the plague in the skin of the l!esh,21, 25.20, 31, 32, 34, 43, 50.

    3, the jiriest shall /, , n him, 5. 0, 27, 30. 14. 48. Ihe priest shall /. vpi n it. and behold

    Xum. 15. 39. for a trin-e. that vc mav /. np, n it Jnda. 7. 17.(;ideoii sai.l./.

    1 ^am. 1.11. if th.Hi wiltin.ieed /. . « the alliietion 10. 7. /. not on his countenance

    2 Sim. 9 !i. shouldest /. upon such a i\\\\\\\\eM[ do- as T am ] 1. 2. the woman was verv beautiful to /. hpon 10. V\\\\\\\\ it may he Ihe 1 orel will /. on my afllii tion

    2 ( ///■.2I. 22. he sai.l. Lord. /. upon it. and iioiiire it

    P

    .loll (.. '.8. now, therefe.re, be 1 unteiit. /, nr, n me 10. 12. /. on everv one that is )>roud, an.i bi 11114 low

    P>al. 22. 17. my h.'ius stare ami /. vpon me 25. Ifl. /. 7/y'. n minealliicti.'n and m\\\\\\\\ pain. fetr;.ive .i.\\\\\\\\ 17. l.oni. how lomj wilt thou /."<•«.' lescue V.\\\\\\\\. 9. anil /. vpon the face of thine Ai.i'inteil 119. 132. /. thou npioi me, and lie mercitui to me 142. + 4. /. . n the rii;ht hand, ami see

    Prov. 4. 25. let Ihine'ev es /. 1 iidit 1 n. an.i eye li.ls 2.3. 31. /. not Ihou upon the wine when it is ivil

    Cant. 1. 0. /. not upon me beeause I am bla. k 0. 13. return, return, that we mav /. upon lliee

    Pa. 14. 10. that sie thee, shall narrow h /. vyonX\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\ee 33.c'0. /. vp,n /ion 51. ('. /. upon thee.utli heiiralh I'O, 24. t;oforlhaiul /. vponxhv cai ca~e~ of Iht men

    .l/;<-. 4. 11. be dellie.l. and let our eve /. np, n /leu

    yah. 3. 7. that /. upon thee, shall tlee fr.mi the,.

    //'///. 1. 13. of purer eves than lo /. np,u mn;uity 2. 15. that thou mavest /. up,u iheir uak. .m. ss

    /.ich. IC. 10. shall I. upon me whom tlie.v puiciil

    1 vie o. :■'.!!. master. 1 heseinh thee. /. upon my son John 4. 35. hit up vour exes, ami l.np.n Ihe fields

    I'l. .37. Ihev shall /. iiP'ii him v lioni ihev pierced Acts 3. 4. P'eter and .lohn sai.l. /. on us. 12.

    2 ( 'or. 10. 7. /. i./),i;lhim;s aller out war. I appearance /'/;;/. .J. 4. /. 11. 'I every man on Ins own lliinjs Riv. 4. 3. he tiiat sat was to /. i';;i'« like a jasper

    l.OOKl D. Gen. 0. 12. God /.on Ihe earth, and it was corrupt

    18. 10. the men n-se up, and /, toward .Nidoni

    19. 20. bis w ile /. back |i cO. 8. /. out at a xvindow 2". 32. the Lord liatli /. upon my atliiction

    LOO

    Gen. 39. 2.3. keeper of the prison /. not to any thing 40. 6. Joseph /. on them, behold they were sad £xod. C. 11. Moses went and /. on their burdens

    12. he I. this way and that way, and saw no man 25. and God I. upon the children of Israel

    4. 3) . Lord had /. on their affliction, Deiir. 26. 7- 14. 24. the Lord /. on the host of the Egyptians

    16. 10. that they /. toward the wilderness

    33. 8. the people /. after Moses till he was cone 2}um. 12. 10. Aaron /.on Miriam, she was leprous 16. 42. that they /. towards the tabernacle 24. 20. he /. on Amalek, he took up his parable 21. /. on the Kenites, and took up his parable Josh.&. 20. when the men of Ai I. behind them Judg. 5. 28. the mother of Sisera /.out at a window 6. 14. the Lord /. upon him, and said, go in might 13. 19. and iManoah and his wife /. on, 20.

    20. 40. the Henjamites/. behind them, and behold

    1 Sam. 6. 19. l>ecause they had /. into the ark

    9. 16. 1 have/, on my people, because cry came to 14. 16. the watchmen of Saul /. and behold

    16. 6. when they were come, he /. on Eliab

    17. 42. the Philistine /. about, and saw David 24. 8. Saul /. behind him, David stood, 2 Sam. 1. 7.

    2 Sam, 2. 20. Abner /. behind him and said

    ,6. 16. Michal /. through a window, and saw David 22. 42. they /. but there was none to save

    1 Kings 18. 43. Klijah's servant went up and /.

    2 Kings 2. 24. Elisria turned back and /. on them 6. 30. the people /. and behold he had sackcloth

    9. 30. Jezebel painted, and /. out at a wimlow 14. 11. /. one another in the face at lieth-shemesh

    2 C/tro7i. 13. 14. when Judah /. back, the battle 26. 20. /. on him, and behold he was leprous Esth. 2. 15. favour in the sight of all who /. on her Job 6. 19. the troops of Tema /. Sheba waited J'sal. 14. 2. the Lord /. to see if any did understand .34. 5. they /. to him, and were lightened 53. 2. God /. down on the children of men 102. 19. he hath /. down from his sanctuary 109. 25. when they /. they shaked their heads Cant. 1. 6. because the sun hath /. on me Jsa. 5. 2. he /. that it should liring forth grapes 7. he /. for judgment, but behold oppression

    22. 11. but ye have not /. to the maker thereof 64. 3. didst terrible things which we /. not for

    Jer. 8. 15. we /. for peace, no good came, 14. 19. Xam. 2. 16. certainly this is the day that we /. for Esei. 10. 11. whither the head /. they followed 16. + 4. wast not washed when I /. upon thee, 8.

    21. 21. he consulted with images, he /. in the liver Dan. 1. 13. let our countenances be /. on before tliee Oiad. 12. not have /. on the day of thy brother

    13. thou shouldest not have /. on their aflHiction Hag. 1. 9. ye /. for much, and lo it came to little Mart 3. 5. when he /. round about, 5. 32. | 10. 23.

    6. 41. he /. up to heaven, and blessed and brake 8. 24. he /. and said, I see men as trees walking 16. 4. when they /. they saw the stone rolled

    Lute 1. 25. /. on me, to take away my reproach 2. 38. spake to all that /. for redemption in Jerusa.

    10. 32. likewise a Levite came and /. on hira

    22. 61. the Lord turned, and /. upon Peter John 13. 22. then the disciples /. one on another Aetsl. 10. while they /. stedfastly toward heaven

    28.6. after they had /. a great while and saw no Heb. 11. 10. for he /. for a city which hatli foundat. 1 John 1. 1. that which we have /. upon, declare we

    LOOKED, with eyes. Gen. 33.1. Jacob lifted uphiseycjand /. Esau came

    37. 25. they lifted up their eyes and /. and behold Van. 10. 5. then I lifted up mine eyes I. and behold Zech. 2. 1. Zechariah lifted hiseyes and /. 5. 9. j 6. 1.

    /LOOKED. Gen. 16. 13. have I also here /. after him thatseeth Deut. 9. 16. //. and behold ye had sinned Job 30. 26. when 1 1, for good, then evil came Psal. 69. 20. and 1 1, for some to take pity, but

    142. 4. 1 1, on my right hand, and beheld Prov. 7. 6. at the window, II. through my casement

    24. 32. / /. upon it, and received instruction Eccl. 2. 11. //. on all the works that my hands Jsa. 5. 4. II. it should bring forth grapes, it brought

    6.3. 5. and 1 I. and there was none to lielp, I wond. izei. 1.4.i/.andbehold,C.9. 1 8.7. 1 10.1,9. 1 44.4. Dan. 12. 5. then I Daniel /. and behold there stood Zech. 4. 2. 1 have /. and behold a candlestick Acts 22. 13. and the same hour 1 1, up upon him liev. 4. 1. 1 1, and behold, 6. 8. 1 14. 1, 14. 1 15. 5.

    LOOK EST. Job 13. 27. thou /. narrowly to all my paths Hab. 1. 13. why /. on them that deal treacherously ?

    LOOKETH. IjCV. 13. 12. if leprosy cover wheresoever priest /. Num. 21. 8. when he /. on the serpent, he shall live

    20. Pisgah, which /. toward Jeshimon, 23. 28. 1 Sam. 16. 7. man /. on the outward appearance Job 7. 2. as an hireling /. for the rewarcl of work

    28. 24. for he /. to the ends of the earth

    .33. 27. he /. on men, and if any say, I have sinned Psal. .33. 13. the Lord /. from heaven, he beholdeth

    14. he /. on all the inhabitants of tlie world 104. 32. he /. on the earth, and it trembleth

    Prov. 14. 15. the prudent /. well to his goings 31. 27. she /. well to the ways of her household

    Cant. 2. 9. behold, he /. forth at the window 6. 10. who is she that/, forth as the morning?

    7. 4. as the tower which /. toward Damascus Isa. 28. 4. when he that /. upon it seeth it Ezek. 8. 3. the door that /. toward the north

    11.1. the gate which /. eastward, 40. 6, 22. I 43. 1. 144. 1.146.1, 12.1 47. 2. 40. 20. gate of the court that /. toward the north Mat. 5. 28. whosoever /. on a woman to lust after 24. 50. lord come when /. notfor him, Luke 12.46. Jam. 1. 25. whoso /. into the perfect law of liberty

    LOOKING. 1 Kings 7. 25. three oxen /. toward the north 1 Chr. l5. 29. Michal /. out at a window, saw Dav. iChron. 4. 4. three oxen /. toward the south Isa. 38. 14. mine eyes fail with /. upward Mat. 14. 19. /. up to heaven, he blessed, Luke 9. 16. 286

    LOR

    Mark 7. 34. and /. up to heaven, he sighed 15. 40. there were also women /. on afar off

    Lnkef). 10. /. round about upon them all, he said 9. 62. and /. back, is fit tor the kingdom of God 21. 26. men's hearts failing them for/, after

    John 1. 36. John /. on Jes. saith, behold the Lamb

    20. 5. /.in, saw I inen clothes lying, yet went not in Acts 6. 15. /. stedfastly on him, saw his face as it

    23. 21. are they ready, /. for a promise from thee Tit. 2. 13. /. for that blessed hope and appearing Heb. 10. 27. but a certain fearful/, furot judgment

    12. 2. /. unto .lesus the author and finisher of faith

    15. /. diligently, lest any fail of the grace of God 2 h'el. 3. 12. /. tor the coming of the day of God Jude 21. /. for the mercy of our I^rd Jesus Christ

    LOOKING-GLASS. Job .37. 18. spread out the sky as a molten I. glass

    LOOKING-GLA.SSES. Exod. .38. 8. made laver and foot ot'l.-glass. of worn.

    LOOPS. Exod. 20. 4. thou shalt make /. of blue, 5. 5. /. shalt thou make, 10. || 11. put taclies in the /. 36. 11. made /. ot bluell 12. fifty /. made he, I7.

    LOOSE. Gen. 49. 21. Naphtali is a hind let /. giveth goodly Lev. 14. 7. let the living bird /. into the open field Job 6. 9. that he would let /. his hand and cut me off .30. 11. tliey have let /. the bridle before me Isa. 14. + 17. did not let prisoners /. homeward Dan. 3. 25. lo 1 see four men /. walking in the fire

    LOOSE, Ferb, Signifies, [1] To unbind, John U. 44. [2] To open, Rev. 5. 2, [3] To put off, Josh. 5. 15. [4] To remit a?id absolve. Mat. }6.\\\\\\\\9. [5] To set at liberty, Psal. 105. 20. [0] To set sail, Acts 13. 1.3. I 27. 21. Deut. 25. 9. and /. his shoe from off his foot Josh. 5. 15. /. thy shoe from off thy foot, for Job .38. 31. canst thou /. the bands of Orion Psal. 102. 20. to /. those tliat are appointed todeath Isa. 20. 2. go and /. the sackcloth from thy loins 45. 1. 1 will /. the loins of kin|s, to open gates 52. 2. O Jerusalem, /. thyself from the bands 58. 6. to /..the bands of wickedness, to undo burd. Jer. 40. 4. and now behold I /. thee this day Mat. 16. 19. whatsoever ye /. on earth, 18. 18.

    21. 2. ye shall find an ass tied and colt, /. and bring them to me, Mark 11. 2, 4. Luke 19. .30.

    Luke 19. 31. if any man ask, why do ye /. him ? 33. John 11. 44. Jesus said, /. him, and let him go Arts J3. 25. shoes of his feet I am not worthy to /.

    24. 26. money have been given, that he might /. liev. 5. 2. who is worthy to /. the seals thereof

    5. hath prevailed to /. the seven seals thereof?

    9. 14. /. the four angels bound in Euphrates

    LOOSED. Exod. 08. 28. that the breast-plate be not /. .39. 21. Deut. 25. 10. the house of him that hath his shoe /. Jttdg. 15. 14. his bands /. from off his hands Job 30. 11. because he /. my cord and afflicted me

    .39. 5. who hath /. the banns of the wild ass ■■ Psal. 105. 20. the king sent and /. him, let him go

    116. 16. I am thy servant, thou hast /. my bands Eccl. 12. 6. or ever the silver cord be /. or bowl Isa. 5. 27. nor shall the girdle of their loins be /.

    33. 23. thy tacklings are /. they could not spread

    51. 14. captive exile hasteneth that he may be /. .Ter. 6. + 8. lest my soul be /. from thee Esek. 23. t 17. and her mind was /. from them Dan. 5. 6. so that the joints of his loins were /. Mat. 16. 19. be /. on earth, /. in heaven, 18. 18.

    18. 27. was moved with compassion, and /. him MarkT. .35. the string of his tongue was /. Luke A. 6i. Luke 13. 12. woman, thou art /. from thy infirmity

    16. ought not this daughter to be /. on sabbath ? ActsQ. 24. raised up, having /. the pains of death

    13. 13. when Paul and company /. from Paphos 16. 26. and every one's bands were /.

    22. 30. on the morrow he /. him from his bands 27. 21. have hearkened, and not have/, from Crete

    40. /. the rudder-bands, and hoised up the sail Rom. 7. 2. if the husband be dead, she is /. from

    1 Cor. 7. 27. art thou /. from wife ? seek not a wife Rev. 9. 15. the four angels were /. which were

    20. 3. after that he must be /. a little season, 7. LOOSETII.

    2 Sam. 22. + 33. God my strength, and he /. my way Jobii. 18. he /. the bond of kings, and girdeth

    t21. he /.the girdle of the stron" Ps. 140. 7. food to hungry, the L. /. the prisoners

    LOOSING. Mark 11. 5. said to them, what do you /. the colt ? Luke 19. 33. as they were /. the colt, the owners Acts 16. 11. therefore /. from J roas, we came

    27. 13. /. thence, they sailed close by Crete

    LOP.

    Isa. 10. 33. behold the Lord shall /. the bough LORD

    Is, (I) A word of authority, signifying a ruler or governor; and is applied, to the three Divine Persons, [1] To the Father, Gen. 2. 4. [2] To the Son, Psal. 110. 1. Col. 3. 24. r.3] To the Holy Spirit, 2 Thess. 3. 5. Because they support and uphold '.he kingdom of nature, gr.ace, and glory, Deut. 33. 27. Heb. 1. 3. [4] To kings, G«a. V).l. 2 Sam. 19. 19, 20. [5] To princes and nobles, Gen. 42. 10, .30. Dan. 4. 36. [0] To tyrants, Isa. 26. 13. 1 Pet. 5. 3. (II) A word of reverence and respect, and is applied, [1] To an husband. Gen. 18. 12. [2] To a master, John 15. 15. [31 To prophets, 1 Kings 18. 7- 2 Kings 2.19. [4] To persons of worth and merit, Gtn. 24. 18.

    Gen. 18. 14. is any thing too hard for the /,..'' 24. 40. the L. before whom I walk will send 26. 28. we saw certainly the L. was with thee

    28. 21. I come again, then shall the /,. be my God 39. 2. and the L. was with Joseph, 21, 23.

    Exod. 5. 2. who is the L. that I should obey him ?

    8. 24. and the L. did so, and there came flies

    9. 29. the earth b the L. Psal. 24. 1. 1 Cor. 10. 26. 10. 10. the L. be so with you, as I will let you go 13. 8. because of that which the L. did to me

    LOR

    £«i(f.l3.12. every firstl. of beast the male shall be A, .30. 37. it shall be unto thee holy for the L.

    32. 26. who is on the L. side, let him come to me 34. 14. for L, whose name is jealous, is a jealous G.

    Lev. 3. 16. food of the offering, all the fat is the L.

    16.8. Aaron shall cast one lot for the i. 25. 4. | 27.2.

    Num. 14. 14. they heard that thou, L. art among

    this people, that thou, L. art seen face to face

    43. therefore the L. will not be with you

    18. 6. to you they are given as a gift tor the X.

    22. 19. that I may know what the L. will say

    23. 26. all that the L. speaketh that must I do

    24. 11. the L. hath kept thee back from honour 31. 50. we have brought an oblation for the L. .32. 12. they have followed the L. Deut. 1. .36.

    Deut. 3. 21. so shall the L. do to all kingdoms 4. 35. know that the L. he is G. 39. 1 KiTigs 18. 39. 5. 5. I stood between the L. and you at that time 10. 14. behold the heaven of heavens is the L. 17. and L. of lords a greatG. a mighty, a terrible 29. 2. ye have seen all that the L. did in Egypt 4. yet the L. hath not given j'ou an heart to

    24. wherefore hath the L. done thus to tliis land .'

    1 Kings 9. 8. 2 Chron. 7. 21.

    31. 4. L. shall do to them as he did to Sihon

    32. 6. do ye thus requite the L. O foolish people 30. to flight, except the L. had shut them up •

    .33. 29. happy art thou, O people, saved by the L, Josh. 2. 12. swear unto me by the L. 1 Sam. 24. 21 . 3. 11. even the L. of all the earth passeth over, 13.

    10. 25. thus shall the L. do to all your enemies 14. 12. if so be the L. will be with me, then

    Judg. 1. 19. the L. was with Judah, and he drave 22. and the L. was with the house of Joseph

    2. 10. arose a generation which knew not the L. 4. 14. is not the L. gone out'before thee ?

    6. 13. if the L. be with us, why is this befallen us

    11. 31. cometh to meet me shall surely be the L. 17. 13. now kno'v I that the L. will do me good

    Ruth 1 . 17. X. do so to me and more, 1 Sam. 20. 13. 2. 4. the X. be with you, 2 Chr. 20. I7. 2 Thess. 3. 16.

    1 Sam. 2. 2. there is none holy as the L. for there is

    8. for the pillars of the earth are tlie X.

    3.18. it is the X. let him do what seems, John2\\\\\\\\.7.

    19. Samuel giew, and the X. was with him, 18.

    12, 14. 2 Kings 18. 7- 1 Chron. 9. 20.

    12. 16. this great thing which the X. will do

    17. .37. the X. be with thee, 20. 13. 1 Chr. 22. 11, 16.

    20. 23. the L. be between thee and me, 42.

    2 Sam. 7. 24. X. art become their G. 1 Chr. I7. 22. 10. 12. X. do w hat seemeth him "ood, 1 Chr. 19. 13.

    1 Kings 18. 21. if the X. be God, fc)llowhim, if Faal

    2 Kings 6. 27. if the X. do not help, whence shall I

    33. what shall I wait for the X. any longer > 10. 16. come with me and see my zeal for the X.

    18. 25. am I now come witliout the X. Isa. 36. 10.

    1 Chr. 16. 25. for great is the X. Psal. 48. 1. I 145. 3. 17. 26. and now, X. thou art G. and hast promised

    21. 24. not take that which is thine for the X.

    2 Chr. 19. 6. ye judge not for man, but for the X. 11. and the X. shall be with the good

    33. 13. Manasseh knew that the X. was God Neh. 9. 6. even that thou art X. alone, Isa. .3". 20. Psal. 4. 3. know the X. hath set apait the godly

    33. 12. blessed is the nation, whose God is the £, 35. 10. my bones say, X. who is like unto tliee ? 45. 11. for he is thy X. worship thou him 66. 18. if I regard iniquity, the X. will not heai ine 86. 5. for thou X. art good, ready to forgive 92. 8. thou X. art most high for ever, 97. 9. 100. 3. know ye that the X. he is God, he made us 109. 21. do thou for me, O God the X. 140. 7. 27. they may know that thou X. hast done it 116. 5. gracious is the X. and righteous 1 118. 23. this is the X. doing || 27. God is the X. 124. 1. if it had not been the X. who was on, 2. 1.30.3. if thou X. shouldest mark iniquity, who stand 1.32. 5. till 1 find out a place for tlie X.

    Prov. 24. 18. lest the X. see it, and it displease him .30. 9. lest I deny thee, and say, who is the L.?

    Isa. 10. 20. but shall stay upon the X. the holy one

    19. 21. and the X. shall be known to Egypt

    33. 21. the X. will be to us a place of broad rivers 42. 24. did not the X. he against whom wc sinned ' 44. 23. sing, O heavens, for the X. hath done it 52. 12. the X. will go bof. you, your rereward Jer. 2. 6. where is the X. tliat brought *is, 8. 5. 10. her battlements, for they are not the X.

    8. 19. is not the X. in Zion ? is not her King in her ? 16. 21. they shall know that my name is the X. 21. 2. if so be that the X. will deal with us

    23. 6. called, the X. our Righteousness, 33. 16. 31. .34. saying, know the X. Heb. 8. 11.

    50. 7- even the X. the hope of their fathers

    51. 50. remember tlie X. afar off, let Jerusalem Lam. 3. 31. for the X. will not cast off for ever

    50. till the X. look down, and beheld from heaven F.:ek. 35. 10. possess it, whereas the X. was there Dan. 2. 47. truth it is, your God is a X. of kings

    9. 17. cause thy face to shine for the X. sake Has. 2. 20. betroth thee, and thou shalt know the X.

    5. 4. and they have not known the X.

    11. 10. they shall walk after the X. he shall roar

    12. 14. his reproach shall his X. return to him Joel 2. 21 . fear not, for the X. will do great things A/nos 3. 6. be evil in the city, and X. hath not done

    5. 14. and so the X. shall be with you Obad. 21. and the kingdom shall be the X. Mic. 2. 13. and the X. on the head of them

    2. 11. lean on the X. and say, is not tlie X. among 4. 7. the X. shall reign over them in mount Zion

    6. 8. and what doth the X. require of thee ? Zeph. 1. 5. that swear by the X. and by Malcham Zech. 9. 1. when eyes of man shall be toward the X.

    14. the L. shall be seen over them 14. 3. then shall the X. go forth and fight against

    9. in that day shall there be one X. his name one Mat. 7. 21. not every one that saith, X. X. shall entei

    into the kingdom, 22. 22,44. Luke 13. 25. 8. 2. L. if thou wilt, thou canst make, Luke 5. 12.

    25. X. save us il 9. 28. they said, yea, X. 13. 51. 14. 30. X. save me 1| 15. 25. saying, X. help me

    LOR

    UTat. 15. 07. she said, truth L. ]\\\\\\\\ 25. 11. L. L. open to

    CI. 3. L. liath need of. Mali 11.3. /.w/Iy 1'.'. 31, ,i4.

    22. 43. he saith to him, )io%v then dotli David call

    him L./ 45. AJarH- 12. 37. Luie 20. 44.

    24. 42. ye know not what hour your L. will come 4t}. whom his L. shall linii so doina;, Luke 12. 43. 50. the L. of that servant shall come, Liiie 12.46.

    25. 21. enter thou into the joy ot thy L.

    37. L. when saw we thee an hungered ' 44.

    26.22. i.isit 1 ' li 28.6. the plate where the L. lay Mart 2. 28. Son of man is L. of sahbath, J.uh' 6. 5.

    5. ly. how areat thin:;3 the L. hath done for thee 9.24. L. I brlieve, help thou, Ju/iri 9. .Mi. I 11. '-?. 10.51. i.tliat Iniay receive my sialit. .l/«^20.33.

    16. 20. preached, the L. working with them Luie 1. 17. to make ready a people for the /..

    25. thus L. dealt with me, to take my reproach

    2. 11. horn a Saviour, which is Christ the Ij.

    6. 46. whv call ye me L. L. and do not wliat 1 say r 9. 57.aiiian saidtohim,!.. I will follow thee, 61. 11.1. y,.teacliustopray,as John tauiiht hisdiscip.

    13.8. L. let it alone this year, till 1 dit; about it

    14. 21. that servant shewed his /.. theje tlimiis

    17. 5. apostles said unto the /,. increa.-!' our tailh .37. where /../ii23.42. L. remember me w lieu thou

    24. 31. saying, the L. is risen indeed, and a [jpeared Jti/m6. 68. /-,."to whom shall we l'o, tliou iiast lite

    8. 11. no man L. II 9. .36. who is the L. that I might 11. 34. thev said to him, L. come and see

    13. 13. veVall me .Master and L. and say well 2.5. L. who IS it.' li 20. 25. we have sei-n tlie /.. Co. 2. they have taken the L. out of tlu- sepulchre

    21. 12. none durst ask him, knowing it v. as the L.

    21. Peter ^aitli, L. what shall this man do • Acts 2. 36. whom ye crucified, both L. and (_ hrist

    4.24. Z.thou art (j.f '2'J. now L. hehokfthreateuings

    9. 5. and he said, who art thou L. .' 26. 15.

    10. 4. and said, what is it, L. li 14. not so, i,. 11. 8.

    10. 36. peace bv Jesus Christ, he is J., of all 22. 10. and 1 said, what shall I do, /,./

    licm. 9. 28. hei ause a short work will l!ie /.. make

    10. 12. for the same L. over all is rich unto all

    14.9. that he might he L. of the dead and living

    1 Cur. 2. 8. not liave crucihe

    3. 5. even as the L. gave to every man

    4. 4. but he that judgeth me is the J..

    VI. 1 will come to von, if the /.. will, J,7,'«.4. 15. 6. 13. but for the J.. ',,"7. !o. yet not l,butthe /,. IC.S.differeiuesofadministratii.ns, but the same X.

    15. -17. second man is the L. from hea\\\\\\\\en

    2 Cor. 5. H. and to be present w ith the /,.

    11. 17. t spiak it not after the J., but as it were J-'p/i. 1.5. one /,. 1 5. 2'J. even as the L. the church J'/iil. 2. 11. t.'UL'ue confess that .lesus Christ is L.

    4. 5. moderation he known, the L. i-. at hand 1 '/'/((•-.-. 4. 17. so shall we ever be with the /,.

    1 Tim. I'l. 15. the KiiiL' of kiiiL'S. and I,. 01 lords

    2 7Vw. 2. 22- with them that call on the /,.

    3. 11. out of them all the L. delivereil me

    4. 8. whii h the /,. shall give me at that day

    17. iiotw ithstan linL: the L. stood with me /y-//.2.3. wloehatlu-sthe-'aatohespok. n hvtlieL.

    8. 11. savin-j, know the L. tor all s^all know .7am. 5. 15. and the /,. shall raise the sick up 2 I'c/. 3.8. one dav is with the /,. as a thousand Jmle 9. .Michael siiii. the L. rebuke thee J{e, . 11.8. where also our L. was crurilied 15. are become the kingdoms otour /.. and his C. 17. 14. overcome, for he is L. of lords, 19. 16. .Igam^t the LOUD. Exod. 10.10. 1 have sinned n',v//«v; tlie L. your flod. Josh. 7. 20. ISam. 12. 13. 10. 7. that he heareth your murniuriiii.'S mj. the I,. 8. Xer. 5.19. have trespassed ai/.^. /-. .\\\\\\\\»/«.5.6. j 31.16.

    6. 2. if a sonl commit trespass against the L. Kiim. 14.9. <4ily rebel witayainst the L. .lush. 22.19.

    16. 11. are gathered together aqainst the L. 27. 3.

    P>a/. 2. 2. .lets 4. 20.

    21.7. w'e have sinned, for we have spoken aff. the J..

    Vk 9. comj'anv of Kmali, w hen thev .strove ,1/1. t. L.

    3J. 23. ye ha e sinned ,vi. the I,. Jer. 10. 3. I i 1. 23. JJfKM.41.havi-sinii.«yi''/£L. 1 .S,««. 7. f.. ./t /.!',. 14.

    9.7. ve have been rebellious an. the L. 21. 1 31. 27.

    13.t.% because he hath spoken revolt r;v«/).,? //;, L. Jiii/1.22. 16. that ve niii;ht rebel this dav mi. the I,.

    18. it vyill he, seeiiiL' ye rebel this day a,,, the /,.

    22. or it in traiiSL'ression (;//. the L. save us not 29. ( lod forbiil we should' reb. I ananist the I.. 31. have not committed this tiespa.-.s nn. the I..

    1 ■V«OT.2.25. if a man sin n.7.^. L. who shall enireat

    12. 23. sill iiiiain\\\\\\\\t the /..in ceasing to prav tor vou 1.1.33. beh.. Id. the people sin «

    34. Slav them here and eat, and sin not aii . th, I,.

    2 A'i'Hyvi7.7. Isiael had siim.Mi «,/.(/» /,. their ( .oil 9. did seiretly thiin;s not riitht miain^t the I,. ( oid

    1 t.'Ar. 111. 13. transi/ressi.iii he committed na. the L. HChr. 12.2. heriiiise thev had traiiM'reSM-d

    19. 10. warn them that thev tresp.iss not,/,/. //„• /,.

    2;). 13. wherea.s we have olVeuded ahead v «,/.?/,■• /,.

    19. Aiiaz tr.insL'ies^ed sore ni/atiisi the I..

    22. in distress did he ;ie>pass yet more „,/. //„■ f.. i'.sn/. 2. 2. rulers take counsel «,/. the I., and .-Xnoint. Pruf. 19.3. and Ins heart tretteth luinnist the I,.

    21.. SO. theic is no wisiloin nor counsel „,/. (/„.• [. Isn. 3. 8. because their doiims aie

    32.0. will work iniiiiiity to utter error „,/. the I,.

    59.13. ill transgressmg and I viuL- ,/,/„(;Mf the I.. Jer. 28. 16. hast tau:;lit rebellion «

    48.26. lor he ma;;nilied himself ,«;„,«.,/ ,/„• /,. l" 50.7. be.au^e Ibev h.ive siim,,! ,„/„in< the L. .See I.ivKTii, Amunii 11, .-Xri'K.MiEi). />',7er< the I.OKD. Gen. 10.9. Nimro.l was a miiditv hunter i^rC.

    LOR

    Gen. 27. 7. that I may eat and bless thee i. the L.

    Eriid. 10. 9. say to congregation, come near A. the L.

    33. lay it up b. the L. to he kept, 1 Sam. 10. 25.

    23. 17. three times in the year all thy males appear before the L. 34. 24. Deut. 16. 10. 1 Sam. 1. 22.

    27.21. Aaron shall order the lamps b. the i.40. 25.

    28. 12. Aaron shall bear their names bej. the L. 29. for a memorial b. the L. 30. 16. Sum. 31. 54.

    ifi. 4. 6. sprinkle seven times A. t/ic /.. 17. I 14.16,27.

    9. 24. there came a lire out from b.J'ore the L. 10.2. vient out fire, and they died h. the L. yum.H.i.

    Num. 5. 16. bring her near, set her b. the L. 18, .30.

    10. 9. ye shall be remembered b. the L. your (iod 18. 19. it is a covenant of salt for ever b. the L.

    25. 4. and hang them up i. the L. against the sun 27. 5. .Moses brou-ht their cause before the L.

    1J< nt. 9. 18. and I tell down before the L. forty days 12. 18. but thou must eat them before the L. thy (iod

    18. 7. his brethren which stand there hefiire the I..

    19. 17. the controversy is, shall stand before the I.. Joth. 6. 26. cursed be the man b. the L. that buildeth Jiidg. 11. 11. uttered his words hef. the L. in .Mizpeli

    18. 6. before the L. is your way wherein ye no

    20. 26. all the people sat there b'the I,. 2 -Virm.'. 18.

    1 Sam. 2. 17. sin ot the men was very great b. the /.. 12. 3. liere 1 am, witness against ww before the L.

    7. that I may leason with you before the L.

    21. 7. w'as there that ilay detained b. the L.

    26. 19. but if they be men, cursed be they b. the L.

    2 •*>■«/«. 6. 21. it was b. tJie L. which chose me before

    21. 9. and thev hanged them in tl:e hill h. the L. 2/w/,,/.ylo.l-l. riezekiah spread it A. //if /,. /.«.37.14.

    1 Chfon. 22. 18. and the land is subdued b. the L.

    29. 22. and did eat and drink b. the L. with ;;ladnes3 Psal. 06. 13. b. the L. for he eometh to jud.i;e. 98. 9.

    109. 15. let them be before the L. c.intinuallv

    110. 9. I will walk be/, the L. in the land of living J^roi, 15. 11. hell and destruction are /ifore the L. La. 23. 18. shall be for them that dwell bef. the L. Jer. .30. 7. present their supplications before the /,. K-.ei-. 44. 3. shall sit in it to eat bread bifore the L. Dan. 9. 13. yet made we not our prayer bef. the L. Mic. 6. 6. wherewi'h shall I come b. the L. and bow Zech. 2. 13. be silent, () all flesh, bif. the I., for he

    7. 2. and their men to prav hef. the I,. 8. 21. 22. Mnl. 3. 14. we have walked mournfully h. the L.

    2 Tim, 2. 14. chargiuL' them /;. the I,, that they strive 2 I'et. 2. 11. bring no railing accusation Je/. the L. ■'iee Bi.F.ss, I'.Lr.ssKU, C\\\\\\\\ni,El), CvsT (hit,

    ('hosi;n, Choose, Co.m.m.vn deu, I'l.vk, ri;.\\\\\\\\R£U, Rejoice.

    from the T.ORD. Grn.4. 1. T haveL'otten amanf. /,. 19. C4. fire/. /",.

    24. 50. [,aban said, the thin:.' proceedeth /'. the /,. \\\\\\\\um. 11. 31. and there vyent forth a wind f. the L.

    16. .35. there came out a fire/, the L. and consumed 46. there is wrath yone out/, the J,, the plasme

    1 .V,;;,. 16. 14. evil spirit.;. //;r L. troubled him, 19. 9. 2(i. 12. a deep sleep/, the L. was fallen on them

    1 h'i/K/s 2. 15. It w as his /'. /.,. I 33. shall be peace/. L. P.^al.'li. 5. he shall receive the bler->in2;r. the L.

    109. 2o. rewaiii of mine adversaries yrn/;; the L. 121. 2. my helpcometh/. the L. who made heaven I'roi. 16. i . and the answer of the tongue is /. the L.

    19. 14. and a prudent wife h from the L.

    29. 26. but every man's judgment Cometh /. the L. Isn. 29. 15. seek to hide their counsel /;-o«/ the L. 40. 27. why sayest thou, my way is hid /. the L. Jer. 7. 1. the word that came to .leremiah/. the L. 11. 1.118. 1.121. 1.126. 1.127. 1.1.30. 1.1 32. 1. I :n. 1, 8, 12. I .35. 1. I .36. 1. | 40. 1.

    17. 5. cursed whose heart fieparteth/ri^m //,,,' L. '■')'. 17. the king asked, is there any word /. the L. 49. 14. 1 have heard a rumour/, the I., an ambas.

    Jam. 2. 9. her prophets find no vision from the L.

    3. 18. mv strength and hope is perished f. the I,. Ezek. 11. "15. Jerusalem said, set ve far/r. the L.

    33. .30. hear what is the word that eometh fr. the T. Ilos. 1. 2. committed \\\\\\\\. horedom. depai tin;;/'. r//t' /.. Chad. 1. we hav<. heard a rumour f. iht- L'. arise Mic. 1. 12. but evil came down f. the ).. to the u'ate

    5. 7. remnant of .larob shall be as a dew/, the I., /.eph. 1. 6. and tiiem that areturneil hack f.ihe /,. Zech. 14. 13. tumult f. the /,. shall lie nm.fiiL. them I.tike I. 45. things which were told h,-r Irom the I..

    2 Cur. 5. 6. ill the body we are absent from the L.

    See (iiVE, (1 1 vj;.N.

    l.dUl) t;,v/.

    Cen. 9. 26. he said, blesseil be the /. Cod of s!;f.m 15. 2. .-Xbramsaid, /,. Cod what wilt thou -ivi-me

    8. /.. Cod. wheiebv shall 1 know I shall inherit 21.27. hh-sed be the /..(,. ofmv master .Abr.duim 2!',. 13. I am the /,. (.„/ of .Abrabani thv father

    Kiod. 32. '.7. the /,. <.<>,/ of Israel, Josh.'9. !», 10.

    I 10. 40, 12. I 13. 1 I, .-W. I 14. 14.

    31. 6. the Lord, the /.. (.e,/ merciful and i;raeinus

    .losh. -. 7. .loshua saiil, alas, () /,. i.od. whereloie

    22. 22. the /,. (;e,/of L'ods, the /.. (;,i,/ of :;,i,is

    21. what have veto do with the /,. (;<„/of Israel - 21. 2. till- L. (or/ of Israel, .hid'i. 4. 6. j 5, 3. 5

    I 11, 21. 23. I 21. :i. /;;,//, 2. l-J. I Sam. 2. .io. I 11. 11.1 20. 12. I 23. hi. I 2.^1. 32, 31. 1 Kill!/.' 1. 30. 1 Chroii. 23. 25. I 21. 19. ,/„,.',/. 6. 22. (.ideon said, alas, ') /.. Cod. because 10. 28. < I /.. C,'d. remember me oiilv this once

    1 Sam. 6.2o.who i, able to stand bef. this hoi v I..C..'

    2 Sam. 5. Hi. and the /,. (■,.,/ of hosts was with him 7. 18. wh.iam I, () /,. toirf. and what is my house ■

    19. and is this the manner of man, I) /,. Cod.'

    20. hir tliini, /,. Cod. kuowest thy servant

    22. wherelore thou art iireat, () /.. (."., none like

    1 Khws 1 , :',6. the /,.';. ot mv lord the kiuL' sav so ■18. the king sain, blessed be the /.. ( .od of Islael

    8. 15. 1 Chroii. 10. 36. 1 29. 10. 14. 13. found some good thins toward the /,. Cod

    17. 1. F.liiali said, as the /,. Cod of Israel livelh

    18. .37. mav knou thou art /,. (;. II 2 Kinus P'. 19.

    2 AVh,/.. 2. 1 I. an,l said, w here is /., Codof Lliiah -

    1 Chr. 17. 17. state Ota man of high dcL'ree, () /,. (;.

    2 Chr. 13. 12. h;;lit ve not a'.;ainst /,. (;,),/of fathers 24. 18. they letf the house of the /.. <;.v/of fathers 26. 18. nor shall it be for thy honour from L. Cod

    LOR

    2 Chr. 32. 16 his seriants spake more against L. G. Neh. 9. 7. tliou art the /. Cod, didst choose Abram Fsal. 31. 5. hast redeemed me, U L. Cod of truth 41. 13. blessed be L. Cod of Isr. from everlastinfi to everlastiuL', 72. 18. I 106. 48. Luke 1. 68. 68. 18. that the L. Oorf might dwell anion;.' them 71. 5. thou art my hope, () J,. C. thou art ihv trust

    81. 11. for /,. C. is a sun and shield, will give grate 85. 8. 1 will hear what the L. Cod will speak

    Isa. 28. 22. for 1 have heard from the L. C. of hosts 50. 7. for the /,. Cod will help me, therefore, 9. 65. 15. tor L. C. shall slay thee, and call servants Jer. 44. 26. not named, sayini^, the L. Ctd liveth Lzek. 5. 11. as 1 live, saith the L. Cod. 14. 16.

    13. 9. know 1 am the /. Cod. 23. 49. I 24. 24. 16. 19. and thus it was, saith the L. Cod

    23. woe, woe unto thee, saith the L. < nd 18. 30. according to his ways, saith the /. Ged

    21. 7. be brou^iht to pass, saith the /. Ci d 13. it shall be no more, saith the L. (Ud

    22. 12. and hast forgotten me, saith the L. God 29. 20. because thev wrought for me, saith L. G. 34.31. and 1 am your tJod, saith the /. Cod

    ,36. 23. know that I am the Lord, saith the L. Crd 32. not for your sakes do 1 this. saith the L. (ted .37. 3. and 1 answered, O L. God, thou know est 39. 5. for 1 have spoken it, saith the L. Cod, 23. 34. I 26. 14. I 28. 10. 8. it is come, and it is done, saith the /,. Cod 43. 27. I will accept you saith the L. Cod Dan. 9. 3. 1 set my face unto the /,. God. to seek i/i". 12. 5. even £. God of hosts is his memorial .■imoi 1. 8. a renin, of Phil, shall perish, saith /,. G

    3. 7. /,. Go,/ will donothini,', but he revealeth

    8. the /.. (/. hath spoken, \\\\\\\\( ho can but prophesy ?

    4. 5. for this liketli vou. saith the /_,. Cod

    9. 5. L. Cod of hosts is he that toutheth the land Mic. I. 2. let the L. (-od be witness against vou llnb. 3. 19. the /. God is in\\\\\\\\ streiiiith, he will make 1 Pet. 3. 15. santtifv the /.. ('od in your bear's /^fc. 4.8. holy, holy,/, r;. Almighty, 11. 171 16. ".

    15. 3. marvellous are thy works. /,. C. .AlniiLihty

    18. 8. for strong is the 7.. (.-orf who judiieth her

    19. 6. for the L. Cod omnipotent reitmeth 21.22. the L. God and t!ie Lamb are the temple

    22. 5. for the L. Cod giveth them light

    See Ah, I".\\\\\\\\thers. LfJKD his Cod. Erod. 32. 11. Moses besouL'ht the /,. his G. and saiii /.c: . 4. 22. the commandn:ents of the /,. hi, God Xum. 23. 21. the /.. his Cod is with him, the shout Deut. 17.19. that he may learn to fear the /. his C. 18. 7. he shall minister in name of the /. his G, 1 Sam. ,30. 6. David emoura^'eil hims. in /,. his God

    1 hintis 5. 3. an house unto the name of J., his C, 11. 4. heart was not perfect with /,. /,;..• (;. 15. 3. 15. 4. did the /.. his C. uive him a lamp in Jeriisal.

    2 Kings 16. 2. not ri^ht in the sight of the L. his C. 2 Chr. 1. 1. the J..h.C. was with him. and magnified

    14. 2. good and right in the eves of the /. his God 11. Asa cried unto the /. /,/.,■ Cod, and said

    15. 9. when they saw that /. his G. wiis with him 26 16. I'zziah transu'ressed against the /,. ///-- C.

    27. 0. Jothani prepared his w avs before /-. his

    28. 5. /. his C. delivered .-Xhaz into hands of Syria, 31. 2i). Ilezekiah wrought ri-ht before /,. hii 'Cod .33. 12. .Manasseh in attiiction besouL'ht L. his C- ri ,34, 8, .losiah sent to repair the bouse of /.. his C. .36. 5. .lehoiakim did evil in sight of L. hit G. 12.

    23. the /. his C. be w ith him, and let him s;o up Ezra' .6. accord, to hand of the /,. /,;.- C. upon him Ps. 116. 5. hapiiv he w hose hone is in the /.. hi, (,. Jonah':. 1. then .lonah prayer! to the /.. /,i.(;,out Mic. 5.4. teed in majesty of the name of L. his (/.

    L()l!D"/«i/ (.,,/.

    Xum. 22, 18, not l'o bevond the word of L.mv C.

    Deut. 4. 5, even as the "/,, my tlod commanded me

    18. 16. not hear aL:ain the voice of the /,. mi/ (,od

    26. 14. have healken-d to the voire of /,. mi/ Cod

    Jo.Ji. 14. 8. but 1 wholly followed the /.. m>, Ged

    2.V'm. 21. 24. I other burnt otfirin-s to the /,. wo/ C.

    1 A',H,/.-3. 7. (' /-. m.v('.8. 28. I 17.20,21. 1 Chroii.

    21. 17. 2 Chroii. 0. !9. I'sai. 7- 1. o. '< 13. 3.

    130, 2,12.135. 24.1 38. 15. 40. 5.1 86. 12.

    I 109.20. Jonah':. 6. //,//'. 1. 12.

    5. I. tlie /.. /;/.,/ C . hath I'lven me rest on every si, hi 5. 1 purpo3i?to build an house unto the name of

    the /,. mv (,od. 1 Chroii. 22. 7. 2 ( hroii. 2. 4. /.'-r,;7.28. asthehand of the / . m;j t.'.wasupoii mo

    9. 5. and 1 spread out mv hands to the /,. mi/ 1 -od I's. 18. 28. the /,. 111.1/ (;,',/' will enliLihten mv darkii. Jer. 31, 18,. turn thou me. tor thou art /.. mi/ Cod Pan. o. 4. I praved unto the /., 1111/ God. and said

    2i'. while I wa.s"\\\\\\\\«resent.mysupplir.bef. I.m. C. Zech. 11. I. thus saith the I..m!/(.od. teed the tlotl; 14. 5. and the L. mi/ (J. shall come, and all saints

    LOKD our Cod. Fred. 3. 18. sacrifice to /,. C. 5. 3. 1 8. 27. ! 10. 25. 8. 111. there IS none like to /..our C,d. I'<. 113.5.

    10. 26. thereof must we take to serve the / . , .■/,(;. Pent. 1. 0. the /,. our (;,.,/s|,ake unto iis m lloieb

    M, we went throuiih all that wilderness, as the /., our Cod <-ommaniled lis, (LI 6. 20.

    20. whidi /,. our r;.doth uive onto us, j.",. ; -j ._■._,_ 2, ,33, /,. . ur ( ;e,/delivered him b, fore us. ,36. I 3. 3.

    37. nor unto wh.itsoever /.. our(,od torh.ide us 4. 7. so uvjU to them as /,. our G. is in all thincs 5.2. L.our G. made a coveii.uit with us 111 lloreb

    21. the /,. our Cod hath sbe«ed us his gbrv 25. if we hear the voh e of /..our (>. ,i au\\\\\\\\ more 27. i;o and hear all tiiat the /.. our (;. shall .sav

    6.4.0 Israel, /..,»;■(;,.,/ isoiie Lord, J/,;,X-12, 29

    24. to tear /..our ('. • 2.'. to do before l,.ourC

    20. 15. that staiideth this dav betore the /.. our C. 20. the s,.eret Ihiims belong to tlie /,.,iHr Cod

    ./c'/i. lit. 6. i ast lots for vou betore the /„ cur God 22. 10, an alt.ir, beside the alt.ir of /.. our Cod, 29. 24. 17. /,.. ur Cod. he it is that brought us up out ot 24, the people said, the /., our Gix/will we serve

    Judg. 11,24, whomsoever /.. ovr G. shall drive out.

    1 .V»). 7. 8. oenyf not to cry to the /.. our ( '•. for us

    1 Kings 8. 57. L. our G. be w ith us, as with fathei-s

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    LOR

    1 KtrvsR. 59. let these my words be nigh L. our G.

    S Khtgs 18. C2. but if yesay, we trust in L. our God

    19. I'A U L. our God, save thou us out of his hand

    1 Chron. 13. 2. and that it be of L. our G. let us send 15. 13. the L. our G. made a breach on us, for that 16. f4. lie is L.otir O. his judgments, Psal. 105.7. 2'J. 16. O L. OUT God, C C/inm. 14. 11. H^al. 99- B.

    I 106. 47. ha. ^6. 13. I 37.20. Jer. 14. Q.Z.l)an. 9.15.

    2 Citron. 13. 11. we keep the charge of the L.ourG. 14.7. because we have sought the L. our God

    19. 7. there is no iniquity with the L. our Gad 32. 8. but with us is the L. our God to help ui

    11. L. our God shall deliver us out of the hand r.zra 9. 8. grace hath been shewed from the L. our G. Psnl. 20. f. will rememb. the name of the y>. mtr G. 90. 17. let the beauty of the L. our God be on us 94. 23. yea, the L. our (Jorf shall cut them o(f 99. 5. e.\\\\\\\\alt ye the L.our G. and worship at his, 9.

    9. for the L. G.isholv || 105.7. for he is the L. G.

    122. 9. because of the house of the L. our G.

    123. 2. so our eyes wait on the /.. oitr God

    Jer. 3.22. wecome to thee, for thou art the i.ojfr G.

    23. in the L. our God is the salvation of Israel £5. we have sinned against the L. our God, we and

    fathers, and have not obeyed voice of /..o«rt;. 5. 19. wherefore doth the L. our God these things?

    24. let us now fear the L. our God that giveth rain 8. 14. for the L. our God hath put us to silence 16. 10. sin we have committed ag. the L. our God ■26. 16. bath spoken to us in the name of i. our G. 31.6. arise, and let us go up to Zion, to the L. oicr G. 37. 3. saving, pray now to L. mtr G. for us, 42. 20. 42. 6. we will obey the voice of the L. our God 43.2. the /,. OHr (r. hath notsenttheetosay, go not 59. 28. to declare the vengeance of tlie L. ottr G. 51. 10. let us declare in Zion the work of L. our G. Van. 9. 9- to the L. our G. belong mercies, tho' we

    10. nor have we obeyed the voice of the L. our G. 14. for the L. mcr G. is righteous in all his works

    ^Jic. 4. 5. we will walk in the name of the L. our G. 7. 17. they shall be afraid of the L. our God Acts 2. 39. as many as the L. our God shall call Mev. 19. 1. glory , honour, and power to the L. our G.

    LOUD their God.

    T-xod. 10. 7. serve L. t. G. 2 Chr. ?A. 33. Jer. .30. 9.

    29. 46. they shall know that 1 am the L. their God,

    Ezek. 28. 26. 1 31. 30. 1 .39. 22, 28.

    £«p.26. 44. break covenant, I am L. t. G. Zech. 10. 6.

    Judfr-S. 7. forgati. t. G . 8. 34. 1 Sam. 12. 9. Jer. 3. 21 .

    1 Ktni/s 9. 9. because they fors(X)k L.t.G. Jer. 22. 9.

    •2 Kiitgs 17. 7. Israel had sinned against the L. t. G.

    9. that were not right against the L. their God

    14. fathers, that did not believe in the L. their G.

    16. they left all the comniandmentsof the L. t. G. 19. .ludah kept not commandments of the L. t. G.

    18. 12. obeyed not voice of the L. 1. G. Jer. 7. 28. ■C Chron. 31. 6. were consecrated to the /,. their God

    .33. 17. did sacrifice unto the L, their God only Jer. 43. 1. spake all the wonis of the L. their God for which the L. their God had sent him to them ."iO. 4. they shall go and seek the L. t. G. Hot. 3. 5. Uos. 1.7. and 1 will savetliem by the L. their God 7. 10. and they do not return to the /-. their God Hag. 1 . 12. iieople obeyed the voice of the /,. their G. 2.ech. 9. 10. the L. t. (;. shall save them in that day J-,uke 1. 16. and many shall he turn to the L. their G.

    LOUD thv God. Exod. £0. 2. I am the L. thy God, Psal. 81. 10. Isa. 51. 15. Hos. 12. 9. 1 13. 4. 5. for T the L. thy G. am a jealous Go

    20. 1. for the L. thy God is with thee who brought 26. 5. and thou shalt say before the L. thy God, 13. 28. 58. mayest fear this tearful name, the X. thy G.

    Josh. 1 . 9. be strong, for the L. thy God is with thee

    17. only the L. t'ly G. be with thee as with Moses <; Harrt. 14. 17. therefore the L. t. G. will be with thee

    24. 23. Araunah said, the L. thy God accept thee 1 Kings 13. 6. entreat now the face of the L. thy G.

    17. 12. as the L. I. G. liv. 1 have not acake, 18. 10. Isa. 43. 3. 1 am the L. t.G. the holy One of Israel

    55. 5. shall run to thee, because of the L. thy God Jer. 42. 2. pray for us to the /.. thy G. even for this 3. that the L. t. G. may shew us the way wherein Mic.'. 10. which said to me, where is the L. thy G. f Zeph. 3. 17. the L. thy G. in midst of thee is mighty A/a/. 4. 7. thou shalt not tempt the/,. /.G. /.«/(•« 4. 12.

    LORD your God.

    Xfi'. 19. 2. ye shall he holy, for I L. y. G. am holy

    Vent. \\\\\\\\. 10. L. y. G. hath multiplied you as stars

    .30. the L.your Gorf he shall fight for you, 3. 22.

    6. 16. ye shall not tempt the L. y. G.-Asin Massah

    10. 17. the L.y. G. is God of gods. Lord of lords

    20. 4. the L. your God is he that goeth with you Josh. 2. 11. the L.y oitr GorfisGod in heaven above

    23. 3. the L. y. G. is he that hath fought for you, 10. 1 Ham. 12. 12. when the L.your Gorf was your king H Kings 17 39. but the L. your God ye shall fear

    1 ('hr. 22. 18. is not the L. your Gorfwith you ?

    2 Chron. 20. 20. believe in the L. your G. so shall ye Jer. 42. 20. ye dissembled, when ye sent metoi. (;. .ToelS. 17. so shall ye know that I am the L.yo7(rC;. u4fM3. 22. a prophet shall the L.your G. raise, 7. 37.

    See, lamt/ie hORV your Gad. LOKD of hosts.

    1 Sam. 1. 11. O L. of hosts, Psal. 59. 5. 1 84. 1, 3, 12.

    2 Sam. 7. 27. Jer. 11. 20. I 20. 12.

    2 Sam. 6. 2. called by the name of the L. of hosts 7. 26. saving, the L'. of hosts is God over Israel

    IKin.W. 15. Elijahsaid.asX. A.liveth,2A"«n.3.14.

    « Kings 19. 31. the zeal of the L. of hosts shall do

    this, Isa. 9. 7- I 37. .32.

    1 Chr. 11. 9. greater, for the L. of h. was with him

    17.24. the X.c;/" A. God of Israel, even a G. to Isr.

    Pj. 24. 10. the L. of hosts he is the King of glory

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    LOR

    Ps. 46.7. the L. ofh. is with us, 11. || 48.8. in city L.h.

    Isa. 1.24. therefore saith the Ajori\\\\\\\\, the L. of hosts 2. 12. the day of the L. of hosts shall be on the proud 6. 3. and one said, holy, holy, holy is the L. of hosts

    5. mine eyes have seen the King, the /,. of hosts 8. 13. sanctity the L. of hosts himself, let him be 14. 27. tor the L. of hosts li.-ith purposed it, 23. 9.

    19. 18. five cities shall swear to the L. of hosts 47. 4. L. of hosts is his name, 48. 2. 1 51. 15. 1 54. 5.

    Jer. 10. 16. 1 31. 35. 1 32. 18. | 50. 34. 1 51. 19. Jer. 46. 18. king, whose name is the L. of h. 48. 15. 25. L. of hosts saith, I will punish the multituile WaA. 2. 13. isit notof the X. 0/ /iOJMthat the people Hap. 2. 4. work, for 1 am with you, saith X. of hosts '/.ech. 1.6. like asthtf 7^. 0/ /(o.t/i thought to do to us 2. 9. shall know that tho L.of h. sent me, 11. |4. 9.

    7. 12. came a great v rath from the I,, of hosts 13. they cried, 1 would not hear, saith the X. of h.

    8. 21. let us go to pray, and to seek the X. of hosits 22. many people shall come to seek the X. of hosts

    14. 10. go up to worship the King, X. of hosts, 17.

    21. every pot shall be holiness unto the X. of h.

    Mai. 1. 14. for 1 am a great King, saith X. oj h.

    See, Saith the Loud.

    I the LORD.

    Lev. 19. 2. for //. X. your G. am holy, 20.20. 1 21.8.

    21. 15. for / t. X. do sanctity him, 23. | 22. 9, 16.

    A'um. 14.35.1 L. have said it,l willdoit,i«it.21.17.

    Isa. 27. 3. It. X. do keep it, I will water it every

    41. 4. I the X. the first, and with the last I am he 17. when the needy seek. It. L. will hear them

    42. 6. 1 the L. have calle

    T. It. X. do all these things 1| 8. 1 1. L. created it 19. J //ieX. speak righteousness, I declare things

    21. have not I the X. and there is no (iod else

    60. 16. shall know that 7 the X. am thy Saviour 22. 1 the L. will hasten it in his time

    61. 8. for 7 the L. love judgment, 1 hate robbery Jer. 17. 10. It. X. search the heart, and try reins Liek. 5. 13. 1 1. X. have spoken it, 15, I7.I 17. 21.

    I 21. .32. 1 22. 14. 1 24. 14. I 20. 14. I 30. 12. 14. 4. 1 the L. will answer him that cometh, 7. 9. I the X. have deceived tliat prophet 17. 24. / X. have brought down, 7 X. have done it

    20. 48. all shall see that I the X. have kindled it

    21. 5. that I the L. have drawn forth my sword 34.24. It. L. will be their G. David their prince

    .30. know that I the X. their God am with them

    .30. .36. that I the X. do build, 7 the X. will do it

    37. 14. know that I the L. have performed it

    28. shall know that I the X. do sanctify Israel

    7 am the LORD.

    Gen. 15.7. lam the X. that brought thee out of L^'r

    Liod. 6. 2. 1 am the L. 6, 8, 29. 112. 12. Ixv. 18. 5,

    6, 21. Hum. .3. 1.3. Isa. 43. 11, 15.

    20. 2. I X. thy G. who brought thee out of Egypt

    I.ev. 22. .32. 7 X. which hallow you, tliat brought

    Isa. 42.8. XX. that is my name 1144.5. shall say, 7 X.

    Jer. 9. 24. glory, that he knowetli that 7 am the X.

    .32. 27. behold, 7 am the X. the God of all flesh

    Mai. 3. 6. for / am the X. I change not, therefore

    See Know.

    J am the LORD ytmr G.-'d.

    Exod. 6. 7. ye shall know that 7 am X. y. G. 16. 12.

    Lev. 11. 44. I am the X. yimr God, 18. 30. | 19. .3.

    I 20. 7. 1 23. 22. Judg. 6. 10. Ezei. 20. 5, 7,

    19, 20. Joel 2. 27.

    LORD Jesus, see .Ttsus. In the LORD. Gen. 15. 6. he believed in the X. and he counted it Josh. 22. 25. Reulwn, Gad, ye have no part ra X. 27. 1 Sam. 2. 1. my heart rejoiccth >» X. is exalted in X. Psal. 4. 5. oifer sacrifice, nnd put your trust in t. L. 11. 1, ill the X. put I my trust, 26. l.| 31.6. | 73.28. 31.24. all ye that hope in X. II 32. 11. be glad f»X. .34. 2. my soul shall make her boast in the X. 35. 9. my soul shall be joyful in the X. 37. 4. delight also thyself in the X. Isa. 58. 14. 7. rest in t. L. || 56. 10. in t. X. will 1 praise his w. 64. 10. the righteous shall be glad in the X. 104. 34. Prov. 3. 5. trust in the X. witli all thine heart 29. 25. putteth his trust in the X. shall be safe Isa. 26. 4. in the X. .Ichovah is everlasting strength 29. 19. the meek shall increase their joy in the X. 45. 17. but Israel shall be saved in the L.

    24. in the X. have I righteousness and strength

    25. in the I. shall all the seed of Israel be justified Jer. 3. 23. i« the X. is the salvation of Israel Zeph. 3. 2. she trusted not in the L. drew not near Zech. 12. 5. Jerusalem shall be my strength in the X. Acts 9. 42. itwas known, and many believed in t. X.

    14. 3. they abode, speaking boldly in the L. 7{o.l6.2. ye receive herin7,.H8. gieatAmpliasi'nX.

    12. salute Persis, who lalwured much in the X.

    13. salute Riifus, chosen in the L. and his mother

    22. I 1 ertius who wrote this salute you in the X. ICor. 1 . 31. glorietli, let him glory in X. 2 Cor.10.17.

    4. 17. and faithful in the L.\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\ 7. 22. called in the X. 7. 39. be married to whom she will, only in the X. 9. 1. am I not an apostle, are not ye my work in X. 2. the seal of my apostleship are ye in the X. 11. 11. nor the woman without the man in the X.

    15. 58. that your labour is not in vain in the L. Eph. 2. 21. growelh to an holy temple in the X.

    4. 17. and testify in X. || 5. 8. now are ye light in X.

    6. 1. children obey your parents in the X. tor this 10. finally, my brethren, be strong in the X.

    21. 1 ychicus a faithful minister iti the X. Phil. 1. 14. brethren in the L. waxing confident 2. 24. I trust in the L. I shall come to you shortly

    29. receive him therefore iti the L. with gladness 4. 1. my brethren, stand fast in the X. 1 Thess. 3. 8.

    2. that they be of the same mind in the X.

    10. but 1 rejoiced in the X. greatly, that at last Col. 3. 18. submit to^our own husbands in the L. 4. 7. Tychicus who is a fellow-servant in the X.

    17. ministry which thou hast received in the L.

    1 Thess. 5. 12. know them which are over you in X.

    2 Thess. 3.4. we have confidence in the /.."touching Philem. 16. to thee, both in the flesh and in the X.

    20. joy of thee in t. X. refresh my bowels iyi the X.

    LOR

    Rev. 14. 13 blessed a e the dead which die in the L, See Rejoice, Trust. LOKD i>. Gen. 28. 16. surely the X. is in this place Exod.9.'-T. the X. if righteous, 1 wicked, 2 Chr. 12.6. 15. 2. the X. is my strength and song, he is my U. 3. the X. IS a man of war, the X. is his name 18. 11. 1 know that X. is greater than all gods A wffl. 14. 9. the /,. is with us, fear them not 18. the X. is long-suffering, of great, Nah. \\\\\\\\. 3. 42. go not up, fur the X. is not among you

    16.3. are holy every one, and the X. is amonp'lhem Deut. 10. 9. the /.. is his inheritance, according

    18. 2. the X. is their inheritance, as he said Josh. 22. .34. shall be a witness, that X. is God Judg. 6. 12. and said, the X. it w itli thee, l.ule 1. 28.

    1 Sam. 2. 3. for the X. is a Ciod of knowledge 16. 18. the X. if with David, 2 6'a/«.7.3.

    28. 16. seeing the X. is departed from thee

    2 .Sam. 22. 2. he said, the X. is my rock, Ps. 18. 2.

    1 Kings 8. 60. people may know that the X. is (iod 20. 28. Syrians said, the X. i> the God of the hills

    2 Chron. 13. 10. but as for us, the X. is our (;od 15. 2. the X. is with you while yc be with him

    Psal. 9. 16. X. is known by the judgment which he 10. 10. the X. is king for ever and ever

    11.4. the X. is in his holy temple, his eyes behold 14. 0. counsel of poor, because the X. is his refuge 10. 5. the X «.( the portion of mine inheritance 23. 1. the X. is my shepherd, I shall not want 27. 1. the X. is my light and my salvation, the X.

    is the strength of my life, of whom be afraid £8. 7. the X. 1.1 my strength and shield, 1 18. 14.

    8. X. is their strength, and he is saving strength 34. 8. O taste and see that the X. is good, blessed is 47. 2. for the X.most high is terrible, a great king 89.18. the X. is our defence and Holy One our king

    92. 15. to shew that /,. is upright, he is my rock

    93. 1. the /,. is clothed with strength, wherewith

    94. 22. but the X. is my defence and my ro<'k

    95. 3. the X. i> a great God, 96. 4. 1 99. 2. 1 135. 5. ItX). 5. the X. is good, 31. 8. 1 135. 3. I H.i. 9. Jer.

    .33. 11. Lam. 3. 25. Mah. 1. 7. 103.8. X. ijmerciful and gracious, 111.4. 1 145.B. 113. 4. the X. is high 1| 118. 6. the X. isoa my sida 121. 5. the X. is thy keeper, the X. is tiiy shade 125. 2. so the X. is round about his people 129. 4. X. is right. 145. 17- Lam. 1. 18. Dan. 9. 14. 145. 18. the /,. is nigh to all them that call on hirn

    Prov. 15. 29. the X. i* far from the wicked 22. 2. the X. is the maker of them all

    7.1a. .30. 18. for the X. i.i a God of judgment .33. 5. the X. is exalted |1 22. X. is our judge, our 42. 21. X. is well pleased for his righteousness

    Jer. 10. 10. the X. is the true God, the living God

    17.7. whose hope tlie X. «.f|| 20.11. the L.is with me Lam. 3. 24. the X. is my portion, saith my soul Ezek. 48. 35. the name of the city, the X. is there Amos 5. 8.maketh the stars, the X. if his name, 9. 6. Hah. 2. 20. but the X. is in his holy temple Zeph. 3. 5. the just X. is in the midst thereof, 15. Zech. 10. 5. they shall fight because X. is w ith them

    13. 9. and they shall say, the X. i> my God Luke 24. .34. the X. is risen indeed, anil appeared 2 Cor. 3. 17. now the X. is that Spirit, and where Phil. 4. 5. mwieration be known, the X. is at hand

    1 Thess. 4. 6. the X. is the avenger of all suih

    2 Thess. 3. 3. but the X. ii faithful, who shall keep Ileh. 13.6. the X. is my helper, 1 will not fear Jam. 5. 11. X. ifvery pitiful, and of tender mercy

    1 Pet. 2.3. if ye have tasted that the L.is gracious

    2 Pet. 3. 9. the X. is not slack concerning his promise

    See Made.

    My LORD.

    Gen. 19. 18. IvOt said unto him, oh, not so, my X.

    Exod. 4. 10. Moses said.O my X. 1 am not eloquent

    13. O my X. send by hand of whom thou wilt send

    Num. 14. 17. now let the power of mj; /,. be great

    Josh.o. 14. he said, what saitli my X. to his servant ?

    Judg. 6. 13. O my X. if the L. be with us, why is this

    15. O my X. wherewith shall I save Israel f

    13.8. O my L. let the man of G. come again to us Psal. 16. 2. thou hast said to the L. thou art my X.

    .35. 23. stir up thyself, my God, my X. Joht £0. 28. 110. 1. the L. said to my X. .17a/. 22.44. MarkVJ. 36. Litke 20. 42. Acts 2. 34. Isa. 21. 8. my L. 1 stand on the watch-tower 49. 14. but Zion saith, my X. hath forgotten me Van. 10. 16. O my X. by the vision my sorrows 17. can the servant ol my X. talk with this my L. T 19. and I said, let my /.. speak, for thou hast 12. 8. O my X. what shall be end of these things ? Zech. 1, 9. then said I, O my X. what are these i 4. 4. I 6. 4. II 4. 5. no, my X. 13. I.uke 1. 43. that the mother of my L. should come John 20. 13. because they have taken away my X. Phil. 3. 8. tlie knowledge of Christ Jesus my X.

    a LORD. Gen. 49. 18. T have waited for thy salvation, O L F.xod\\\\\\\\b. 11. who is like to thee, O X. among godsf Ntim. 10. ,36. return, O X. unto Israel, Psal. 6.4. Deitt. 26. 10. which thou, O X. hast given me Josh.l.V,. O X. what shall I say, Israel turneth Judg 5. 31. so let all thy enemies perish, O X. 2 .Sam. 15. 31. i) X. turn counsel of A hithophel

    22. 29. thou art my lamp, O X. and Ixird will

    23. 17. be it far from me, O X. that 1 should

    1 Chroji. 17. 20. O /.. there is none like thee

    29. 11. thine, O X. is the greatness, thine, O L

    2 Chr. 14. 11. help us, U. X. our G. U L. thou art Psal. 3. 7. arise, U X. save me ||5. 8. lead me, O X.

    6. 2. O X. heal me 11 3. but thou, U. X. how long ?

    7. 6. arise, O X. 9. 19. 1 10. 12. 1 17. 13.

    8. judge me, G X. accord, to mv righteous. 26. 1. 8.1. O X. our L. 9. II 9. 1. 1 will praise thee, U L.

    9. 13. have mercy upon me, O X. consider my

    trouble, 31. 9. 1 86. 3. 1 123. 3. 18. 1 . I will love thee, O L. my strength, 19. 14. 22. 19. be not thou far from me, O X. 35. 22. 27. 7. hear, U X. 30. 10. 1 .39. 12. 1 69. 16. 1 86. 6. 1102. 1. 1119. 145. 1140.6. 31. 14. I trusted in thee, O X. I said

    LOR

    Psal. 86. 8. among the gods none like to thee, O L. 11. teach me thy way, O L. I walk, '-'5.4.127-11. 115.1. not unto us, O i.not unto us, but to thy name 119. 151. thou art near, (J i.thy commands truth 143. l.hearniy prayer O /.. 7. ija. 37.17- t>an-9.iy.

    Isa. C5. \\\\\\\\A) L. thou art my God, 1 will exalt thee 63. Iti. thou, O L. art our Fath. our Kedeem. 61. 8.

    Jer. 10. 6. U /.. thou art great 1| 11. 5. so be it, U L. IC. 3. but thou, O L. knowest me, thou hast seen

    14. 9. yet thou, O L. art in the midst ot us 17. 13. O L. tlie hope of Israel, all that forsake

    14. heal me, U I., and I shall be healed, save nie Lam. 1. 11. see, U L. and consider I am vile, C. 2U. 5. 19. thou, O L. remainest forever, thy throne

    21. turn us unto thee, U L. weshall be turned Jonah 1. 14- we twseech thee, O L, we beseech thee Hah. 1. 12. O L. thou hast ordained them for judpm.

    3. 2. O L. revive thy work in midst of the years Mat. 15. 22. O L. thou Sou of David, 21). .30, 31. iMke 5. 8. depart, for I am a sinful man, O L. Ker. 4. 11. thou art worthy, O i. to receive glory

    6. 10. saying, how long, U L. holy and true

    15. 4. who shall not fear thee, O I., and olorify Iti. 5. U L. which art, and wast, and shall be

    See Lord dud. Of the LORD. Josh. 11.20. for it was o/ Me L. to harden hearts

    1 Sam. l.eo. because 1 have asked him of the L. 8. 21. he rehearsed them in the ears of the L.

    23. 21. Saul said, blesseil be ye of L. 2 Sam. 2. 5.

    2 Sam. 12.25. his name .ledidiah because of the L.

    1 Ktngslb. 29. according to the say in" of the L.

    2 Kinos 6. 33. he said, behold this evil is of the L. 8. 8. meet the man of G. and enquire of L. by him 10. 17. acconling to the saying of the L.to Elijah

    2 Chr. 18- 7. one man. by whom we may enquire -L.

    34.21. go, enquire ()/ Me L. for me, and for Israel Psal.9\\\\\\\\. 2. I will say of the L. he is my refuge Prov. i-5. 33. but the disposing thereof is of the L.

    20. 24. man"s goings are -/^. ||21. 31. safety is of L. Isa. 49. 7. worship because of the L. that is faithful

    51 . 9. O arm of the L. awake as in ancient days Jer. 21. 2. enquire, I pray thee, of the L. for us Lam. 3. 22. it is - i. mercies we are not consumed Jonah 2. 9. pay that I vowed, salvation is of the L. Acts 21. 14- ceased, sayina, the will of L. be ilone

    1 Vor. 11. 23. 1 have received of the L. that which 2C«r. 2. 12. and a door was opened tome o/" Me L. £ph. 6. 8. the same shall he receive of the L.

    C<>/. 3. 24. knowing thato//Ae L. ye receive reward

    2 'I'im. 1. 18. t-rantthat he may hnd mercy o/ Me L. Jam. 1. 7. that he shall receive any thing of the L.

    3. 1 1 . and ye have seen the enit of the J^.

    2 Pet. 3. 15. long-suffering of the L. is salvation See Angel. Anger of the LORD. pjod. 4.14. anger if the L. was kindled ag. Moses Num. 11. 10. anger of t lie L. was kindled against Israel, 25. 3. Josh. 7. 1. Ju^lg. 2. 14, CO. I 3. 8- I 10. 7. 2 Sam. 24. 1.2 Kings 13. 3. Isa. 5. 25. A«>n-12.9. - L. kindled against Aaronand Miriam 25. 4. that the lierce an. of L. may be turned away 32. 14. to augment yet the a/*. (/Me L. toward Isr. Veut. 6. 15. lest tlic an. of the L. be kindled ag. thee 7.4.SO will angerof the L. be kindled against you 29. 20. then the an. of L. shall smoke ag. that man 27. anger of the L. was kindled against this land Josh, 23. 16. the anuer of the L. be kindled ag. you 2 Sam. 6. 7. - L. kindled ajiainst Uzzah, 1 Chr. 13. 10.

    2 Aings 24. 20. thro' - L. it came to pass, Jer. 52. 3.

    3 Chr. 25. 15. a. of the L. kindled against Amaziah Jer. 4. 8. fierce a. of L. is not turned back from us

    12. 13. asliamed because of the tierce a. of the L. 23. 20. anaer of the L. shall not return till, 30. 24. 51. 45. deliver every man his soul from a. of the L. Lam. 2. 22. so that in day of L. anger none escaped

    4. 16. ihe anger of the L. hath divided them Zeph, 2. 2. before the tierce a. of L. come upon you

    3. it may be ye shall be hid in the day of the anger of the L. See Commandment, Congregation, Coun- sel, Day, Eyes, Face, 1-ear, Feast, Glory, IIanu, HoisE, Knowledge, Law. Mouth of the LOUD. Deut. 8. 3. word that pioceedeth out ofmovth of L. J(u/r. 9. 14. and asked not counsel at the mouth of L. 1 Kings 13. 21. thou hast disobeyed the mvitth of L. Jsa. 1. 20. for the mouth of L. hath S|X)ken it, 4ii. 5. 158. 14. Jer. 9- 12. Mic.\\\\\\\\.i. 62. 2. by a new name, which the - L. shall name Jer. 2.3. 16. and they speak not out oi mouth of t. L.

    Name of the LOUD. Cen. 12.8. Abraham called on the name of the L.

    16. 13. she called the name of L. that spake to her

    20. 25. Isaac called on n. of L. and pitched there £xorf. 20. 7. Shalt not take- /.. in vain, Ueut.o. 11.

    .33. 19. I will proclaim n. of the L. before thee .34. 5. and the Lord proclaimed n. of the L.

    Lev. 24. 11. woman's son blasphemed the - L. 16.

    Deut. 18. 5. to stanil to minister in n. of the L.'.

    22. when a prophet speake'.h in the n. of the L.

    21. 5. them hath God chosen to bless in n. of the L. 28. 10. see that thou art called by the «. rfthe L. 32. 3. because I will publish7jam«o/Mei. ascril>e

    Josh. 9. 9. thy servants are come beta, of n. of the J..

    1 Sam. 17. 45. I come to thee in n. of the L. of hosts

    2tX 42. we have sw.irn both of us in name of the L.

    3

    18. blessed the people in the n. of L. 1 Chr. 16. 2.

    1 Kings 3. 2. no house built to the name of the

    Lord, 5. 3, 5. 1 8. 17. 20. 1 C/ir

    iChron. 2. 1,4.16.10.

    10. 1. queen of Sheba heard concerning «am« ofL.

    18.32. F.lijah built an altar in the name of the L

    22. 16. that which is true in n. /,. 2 Chron. 18. 15. S Kings'^. 24. and fcUisha cursed them in n. of the /.. 1 CAr. 21.19. which he spake inn. L.I. Chr.li^i. 18. Joh 1. 21. blessed be the n. of the /,. Psa/. 113. 2. Psal. 7. 17. 1 will sing praises ton. ofL. most high

    20.7. but we will remember n. of the L. our God 102. 15. so the heathen shall fear the n. of the L. . 21. to declare u. of the L. in Zion, and his praise

    LOR

    Ps. 113. 1. praise the - L. 135. 1. 1 148.5.13./<>e/2. 26. 3. from rising of sun the L. name is to be praised 116. 4. then called I on n. of L. O Lord, deliver 118.10. but in the -L. will 1 destroy them, 11, 12. 26. blessed be he that coineth in the n. of the L. 122. 4. to give thanks unto the Tiome of the L. 124-8. our'helpis \\\\\\\\u71.0ftl1e L. who made heaven 129. 8. they which go by say, we lilessyou in - L. Prov. 18. 10. the - i- is a strong tower, the righteous Isa. 18. 7. to tlie place of the na. of the L. of hosts

    24. 15. glorify the name of the L. m the isles of sea .30. 27. the yia. of L. cometh from far, burning with 48. 1. which swear by na. of L. and make mention 50. 10. let him trust in n. of the L. and stay on (iod 56. 6- and to love the na. of L, to be his s.ervants

    59. 19. so shall they fear the name of L. from west

    60. 9. to bring their silver and gold to name'//. L. Jer. 3. 17. alienations gathered to itame of the Lord

    11. 21. saying, prophesy not in the 7iame of the L,

    26. 9. why hast thou prophesied in the name of L.

    16. he hath spoken to us in the name of I,. 44. 16. 20. Urijahthat propliesied in the name of the L.

    Amos 6. 10. we may not make mention of n. oft. L. Mic. 4. 5. we will walk inn.«/L.for ever and ever

    5. 4. ye shall feed in the majesty of the n. of the L. Zeph. 3. 12. and they shall trust in name oj tite 1,. Zech. 13. 3. thou speakest lies in the name of the L. Mat. 21. 9. blessed is he that cometh in the name of

    the L. 23. 39. Mark 11. 9, 10. Luke 13. 35. |

    19. 38. John 12.13. Acts 9. 29. and he spake boldly in n. of the L. Jesus 10. 48. commanded them to be baptized inn. ofL. 19. 13. to call over them the «. of L. lesus, saying

    17. and the n. of the L. .lesus was magnified

    21. 13. for I am ready to die for the n. of L. Jesus

    22. 16. wash away thy sins, calling on the n. of L. 2 Thess. 1.12. that the n. of L. Jes. niay be glorified

    3. 6. we command you in the n. of L. Jesus Christ Jam, 5. 10. prophets, who have spoken in n. of L,

    14. anointing him with oil in the name of the L.

    See Caul, Offerings.

    Prophet and prophets of the LORD.

    1 Sam. 3. 20. Samuel established to be a p. of the L.

    1 Kings 18. 4. when Jezebel cut off thep. of the L. 13. .lezebel slew the- i. ||22. 1 only remain a- /,.

    22. 7. is there not here a proph. of the L. to inquire

    of him • 2 Kings 3. 11. 2 Chran. 18. 6.

    2 Chr. 28. 9. a - L. was there, whose name was Oded

    &eSABAOTH, Sabbath.

    Servant, servants of the LO K D,

    r>e7//. 34. 5. Moses the s. oft, L. died there in Moab

    Josh. 1. 1. after the death of Moses the s. of the L,

    13. which Moses the servant of the L. commanded,

    8. 31, .33. 1 11. 12. I 22. 2, 5. 2 Kings 18. 12.

    15. which Moses tlie servant of the L. gave you,

    12. 6. 1 13. 8. 1 18. 7. 1 22. 4.

    12. 6. them did Moses the servant of the L. smite 14. 7. when Moses the s. of L. sent me from Kadesh 24.29. Joshua sonof >iun the - i. died, Judg.Z.S.

    2 Kings 9. 7- avenge the blood of all the servts. of L.

    10. 23. see there be here none of the servants of L. 2 Chr. 1. 3. tabernacle Moses the s. of the L. made

    2). 6. according to commandment of Moses the- L. Psal. 113. 1. praise the \\\\\\\\j\\\\\\\\. praise, O ye - L. 1.35. 1.

    134. 1. behold, bless ye the Lord, O all ye.>er. of L. Isa. 42. 19. who is blind or deaf as the L. servant

    5t. 17. this is the heritage of the servants of the L. 2 Tim. 2. 24. and the serv.of the L. must not strive

    Sight of the LOHD. Gen. 38.7. Er was wicked inf. o/i. and he slew him I^v. 10. 19. should have been accepted in iiglil of L. Deut. 6. 18. do tliat which is good in s. of /,. 12. 28.

    12. 25. do what is right in sight of the L. 21. 9. 2 Kings 12. 2. I 14. 3. 1 15. 3, 24. 1 18. 3. I 22. 2. 2 Chron. 20. 32. I 24. 2. i 25. 2. 1 26. 4. j 27. 2. 1 29. 2. 1 .34. 2.

    1 Sam. 12. 17. wickedness is great ye have done in

    the sight of L. I Kings 21 . 25. 2 Kings 21.6.

    2 Kings 3. 18. this is but a light thing in .nght of L. 16. 2. did not what was right in - C 2 Chron. W, I.

    Psal. 116. 15. precious in - L. is death of his saints Mai. 2. 17. ye say. he that doth evil, is good in-L. Ijtike 1. 15. tor he shall be great in Me sight of L. 2 Vor. 8. 21. not only in the s. of the L. but of men Jam, 4. 10. humble yourselves in the sight of the L. See Evil. Spirit of the LORD. Jvdg. 3. 10. 5. of L. came on Otimiel, and he judged

    6. 34. & of L. cameon Gideon || 11. 29- on Jephtha

    13. 25- - L. began to move Sams. 14. 6, 19. I 15. 14.

    1 Sam. 10.6. - f.. will come on Saul |l 16. 13. on Dav. 16. 14. but the Spirit of the L. departed from Saul

    2 Sam. 23. 2. - L, spake by me, his word was in

    1 Kings 18. 12. Spirit of the L. shall carry thee

    whither 1 know not

    22. 24. which way went the Sp. of the L. from me

    to speak unto thee r 2 Chron. 18. 23.

    2 KingsQ. 16. lest the S. of the L. hath taken him up 2 Chr, 20. 14. on Jahaziel came .S. of L. in midst Isa. 11. 2. - L. shall rest upon him. Spirit of wisd.

    40. 7. - L. bloweth upon it l| 13. hath directed - L. 59. 19. the Spirit of the L. shall lift up a standard

    61. 1. - L. is upon me, because the Ixl. Luke 4. 18. 63. 14. Spir. of L. caused hini to rest, so didstthou

    Kzek, 11.5.-/.. fell upon me II .37. 1. carried in - L. Mic. 2. 7. O house of .lac. is the i\\\\\\\\ of L. straitened

    3. 8. but truly 1 am full of power by the S. of tlie L. .iets 5. 9. how is it ye have agreed to tempt A', of /,.

    8. 39. when come up, the - L. caught away Philip 2 Cor. 3. 17. where the S. of t. L. is, there is liberty

    18. from glory to glory, even as by the Spi. of L,

    Temple of the LORD.

    1 .Sam. 1.9. Eli sat on a seat by a post of the*. n/Z. 3. 3. and ere Ihe lamp of God went out in the - Z,

    2 Kinas 11. 13. she came to tlie people info /. of L, 18. 16. Ilezekialicut gold off from doors of r.

    23. 4. bring nut of the - /.,. vessels made for Baal 24. 13. all ves-sels Solomon had made in the t. of L,

    2 Chr. 26. 16. Uzziah went in t. if I,, to burn inc.

    27. 2. Jotham entered not into the temple of the L. 29. 16. took away uncleanness found mt.of the I„

    Exra 3. 6. foundation of the t. of L. was not yet laid

    LOR

    Ezra 3.10. laid foundation oft, of the L, Hag. 2. 18. Jer. 7. 4, saying, the /. of L, the t. of L. are these 24. 1. basket ot figs were set before tlie (. o/ Me L. Ezei. 8. 16. at the door of the t. of L. were 25 men w ith their backs toward - L. and faces to east Hag. 2. 15. consider before a stone was laid in - L. Zech. 6. 12. and he shall build the t. of the L. 13, 15. 14. crown shall be for a memorial in temple of L. Luke 1. 9. when Zacharias went into the t, of L.

    Voice of the LORD. Deut. .30. 8. and obey voice of L, Jer. 26. 1 3. I 38. CO. Josh. 5- 6. because they obeyed not the f. of L.\\\\\\\\Sam. 28. 18. 1 Kings 20. .36. Jer, 3. 25. 1 7. 28. 1 42. 13, 21. I 43. 4, 7. I 44. 23. Dan, 9. 10.

    1 Sam. 15. 19. wherefore didst thou not obey v. ofL,

    20. Saul said, yea, 1 have obeyed the v. of the L. 22. and sacrihces, as in obeying the voice of the L.

    Psal, 29. 3. the voice of the L. is upon the waters

    4. the V. of the L. is powerful, full of majesty, 5.

    7. the roice of the L. divideth the flames of hre

    8. the V. of L. shaketh tlie wilderness of Kadesh

    9. the voice of the I., maketh the hinds to calve 106- 25. they liearkened not to the voice of the L.

    Isa. 6. 8. 1 heai'd the v. of the L. say ins, who will go 30. 31. thro' V. of the L. shall Assyrians be beaten 66. 6. a voice of the L. that rendereth recompence

    J'er.42. 6. we will obey the z'. of the L. our God that it may be well with us when we obey the v. of L.

    Mic, 6. 9. the L. voice crieth unto the city

    Hag, 1. 12. remnant of the people of)eyed v,ofthe'L.

    Zech.f). 15. if ye will diligently obey the v. of the L.

    ActsT, 31. the V, of the L. came to Moses, saying IVay of the LORD.

    Gen. 18. 19. command his household to keep a. ofL.

    Judp. 2. 22. whether they will keep the ui. of the L.

    2 Kings 21 . 22. Amon walked not in the w. of tlie L. Psal. 119. 1. bless, are they who walk in vs. of the L. Prov. 10. 29. the w. of the L. is strength to the upright Isa. 40. 3. prepare ye the w. of the L. make

    straight. Mat. 3. .3. Mark 1. 3. Luke 3. 4. Jer, 5. 4. are foolish, they know not aap of the L.

    5. great men, for they have known aap of the L. Ezek. 18. 25. the a. L. is not equal. 29. 1 33. 17, 20. John 1 . 23. one crying, make straight uay of the L. Acts 18. 25. Apollos was instructeil in uav of the L.

    Ways of the LORD. 2 Sam. 22. 22. for I have kept the w. of L. Ps, 18. 21. 2 CAr. 17. 6. Jehoshaphat was lifted up in si', of L. Psal. 138. 5. yea, they shall sing in the a. of the L. Hos. 14. 9. for the ». of the L. are right, and thejust Acts 13. 10. cease to pervert the right u. of the L.

    Word of the LORD. Eiod. 9. 20. he that feared the w. of the L. amongst

    21. and he that regarded not the a of Ihe L. left Num. 3. 16. according to the icord of the L, 51.

    I 4. 45. 1 36. 5. Deut, 34. 5. Josh. 8. 27. | 19. 50. I 22. 9. 1 Kings 12. 24. 1 13. 26. | 14. 18. 1 16. 12, 34. 1 17. 5, 16. 1 22. 38. 2 Kings 1. 17.

    I 4. 44. I 7- 16. I 9. 26. i 14. 25. 15. 31. because he hath despised the aord of the L.

    22. 18. I cannot go beyond the word of L. my God Deut. 5. 5. at that time to shew you the uordof L.

    1 .yam. 3. 1. the w. of L. was precious in those days 7. nor was word of the L. yet revealed to Samuel

    15.23. because thou hast rejected the w. of L. 26.

    2 Sam. 22. 31 . the uord of L. is tried, Psal. 18. 30.

    1 Kings 2- 27. might fulfil a. of t. L. 2 Chr. .36. 21.

    12. 24. they hearkened therefore to the word of the

    L. and returned, 2 Chron. 11. 4. Jer. 37. 2. 13. 1. came a man of (iod by w. of L. to Beth-el 2. he crie

    5. the sign the man of Ciod had given by &'. of L. 9. so it was charged ine by vi. of L. saying

    18. angel spake by a', if L. saying, bring him back 26. the man who was disot)edient unto the a'. ofL. .32. for the saying he cried by the word of the L. 14. 18. they buried him according to the w. of L. 17. 24. and that v. of the L. in my mouth is trutli CO- -35. prophet said in w. of L, smite me, 1 pray 22. 5. enquire, 1 pray thee, at w.

    2 Kings %. 12. .lehoshaphat said.a. o/L.is with hiin 9. 36. this is ai. n/ i. II 15. 12. this was the a-. ofL,

    10. 10. tall to the earth nothing of the word ofL.

    20. 19. llezek. said, good is the w, of L. Isa. .39.8. 23. 16. according to the word oJ the L. 24. 2.

    1 Chron. 11. 3, 10. I 12. 23. 1 15. 15. Jer. 13. 2. I 32. 8. Jonah 3- 3.

    1 Chron. 10. 13. committed even a?ainst a. of the L.

    2 Chr. .30. 12. to do rommandm. of king by a-. ofL. 34. 21 . our fathers have not kept the w. of the L. .36. 22. that a. of L. might be accomp. Ezra 1. 1.

    Psal, .33. 4. for tne w. of L. is right, and his works

    6. by w. of L. were heavens made, and all host 105. 19. till his word came, the w. of L. tried him

    /.(«. 2. 3. and the w. of L. from Jerus. Mic. 4. 2. 28. 13. the w. of L. was to them precept on precept Jer. 2. 31 . O generation, see ye the icord of the L. 6. 10. the K-. of the L. is to them a reproach, CO. 8. 8. 9. lo, they have rejected the word of L. and what 17. 15. behold, thev say to me, where is the w. ofL. lb. 3. to this day the w. of L. hath come unto me 27. 18. if the w. of L. be with them, let them mak« .32. 8. then 1 knew that this was the word of the L. Hos. 1 . 2. the w. of L. that came to f losea son of Amos 8. 12. they shall wander to seek the w. of L. Zeph, 2. 5- the a', of the L. is against you, O Canaan Zech. 4. 6. this is w, of the L. to /erubbabel, saying 9. 1. the burden of the toordof the l„ in the land of Hadrach and Damascus, 12. 1. Mai. 1. 1.

    11.11. poor of Ihe flock knew that it was a', n/ Z. Ltt*e22.61. Peter remembered a. f//.. Acts 11. 16. 'JcM8. 25. thev had testified, and harl preached the

    word of the L, 13. 49. I 15. .35. .36. 1 16. 32. 13. 48. and glorified the word of the L. 19. 10. heard the word of the L. Jesus

    1 Thess. 1 . 8. for from you sounded out the w.ofL, 4- 15. for this we say to you by tlie word of the I,.

    2 Tliess. 3. 1 . that the a . of L. may have free course 1 Pet. 1. 25. but the a'<»rrfn//,.eiidureth for ever

    Words of the LORD. Eiod. 24. 3. Moses told neo. all r. ofL. Niun.W. 24. 4. and Moses wiite all the tr. of L. ami rose up V 289

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    Josh. 24. 27. this stone heard all the words of the L.

    1 Sam. 8. 10. Samuel told the people words of the L.

    15. 1. hearken thou to the voice of the w. of the L.

    2 Chr. 29. 15. came by w. of L. to cleanse the house Psal. 12. 6. words of the L. are pure words, as silver Jer. ."JG. 4. Baruch wrote all w. of L. from mouth of

    6. read in the roll thou hast written w. of L. 8. 11. had heard out of the hook all the a. of the I..

    Amos B. 11. but a famine of hearing the w. r/ the L. See Came, Hear. Work of the LORD. Exod. 34. 10. all the people shall see the w. of the L. Isa. 5. 12. they regard not the a. of L. nor consider Jer. 4(!. 10. cursed that doeth the w. of 1^. deceitfully 30. 25. this is the w. ofL. \\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\ 51. 10. declare the w. of L.

    1 Cor. 15. 58. always abounding in the w. of the L.

    16. 10. for he worketh the w. of the i. as 1 also do

    XVorks of the LORD.

    Josh. 24. 31. which haJ known all the w. of the L.

    Judg. 2. 7. which had seen all the great w. of the L.

    Psal. 28. 5. because they regard not the w. of the L. 46. 8. come, beliold the w. of the h. what desolations 77. 11. I will remember the w. of L. thy wonders 107. 24. these see the w. of the L. and his wonders 111. 2.the a). o/L. are great II 118. 17 . declaie ». o/i. Wrath of the LORD.

    J^um. 11. 3.'?. ere it was chewed w. of L. was kindl.

    Dent. 11. 17. then the L. w. be kindled against you

    2 Kings 22. 13. for great is the w. of L. 2 Chr. 34. 21. 2 Chron. 12. 12. the w. of L. turned from him, tuat

    29. 8. the w. of L. was upon Judah and Jerusalem .32. 26. so that the w. of the L. came not upon them .36. 16. until w. of the L. arose against his people Psal. 106. 40. therefore was wrath of the L. kindled Isa. 9. 19. thro' the w. of the L. is the land darkened 13. 13. the earth shall remove in the w. of the L. Jer. 50. 13. because of w. of the L. not be inhabited Maek.'l. 19. their silver and gold shall not be able to deliver them in day ofw. of tJie L. Zeph, 1. 18. *«« PRAISE. LORD said. Gen. 8.21. the X. said in his heart, I will not curse Exod. 7. 13. he hearkened not as the L. said, 22. I 8. 15, 19. Deut. 9. 3. Judg. 2. 15. 1 6. 27. 16. 23. this is that which the L. said, to morrow S4. 3. Moses told them all the words the L. said

    7. all that the L. said we will do, Nnm. .32. 31. Num. 10. 29. journeying to place of which L. said

    16. 40. as the L. said to iiim by the hand of Woses

    26. 65. the L. had said, they shall surely die JJeiU. 31. 3. as the L. hath s. Josh. 14. 12. Joel 2. 32. Josh. 11. 23. according to all the L. said to Moses

    14. 6. thou knowest tlie thing that the L. said

    1 Sam. 3. 17. what is the thing that L. said to thee

    15. 16. tell thee what the L. said to me this nii-'ht 24. 4. behold, the day of which the L, said to thee

    2 Sam. 16. 10. bee. the L. said to him, curse David

    1 Kings 8. 12. L. said he would dwell, 2 Chr. 6. 1. 11. 2. nations, concerning which L. said to Israel

    2 Kings 14. 27- L. said not that he would blot out

    17. 12. whereof the L. had said, ye shall not do 21. 4. of which L. said in Jerusal. 7. 2 Chr. ,33. 4. 24. 13. Solomon had made in temple as tiie L. said

    Psal. 2. T. the L. \\\\\\\\iiith said uMo me, thou art my Son

    110. 1. the i. said unto my Lord, Mat. 22. 44.

    Mark 12. ,36. Luie 20. 42. ActsQ. 34.

    Isa. 7. 3. then said the L. 8. 3. Ezek. 44. 2. Hos.

    3. 1.. Jonah 4. 10. Luke 20. 13.

    18. 4. for so X. said unto me, I will take my rest 21. 16. thus hath L. said unto me, Jer. 4. 27. 1 6. 6. 29. 13. wherefore L. said, forasmuch as this people

    £zei. 21. 17. cause my fury rest, 1 the L. have said Mat. 25. 21. his L. said unto him, well done, 23. yicts 9. 10. to him said the L. in a vision, Ananias 11. 16. I remembered the word of L, how he said

    Saith the LORD. E'od. 4. 22. thus saith the L. 5. 1. 1 7. 17. 1 ^am. 2. 27. 2 Sam. 12. 11.1 24. 12. Pfum. 24. 13. what the L. saith, that will 1 speak Josh. 7. 13. thus saith the L. God of Israel, 24. 2. Judg. 6. 8. 2 Sam. 12. 7. 1 Sam. 2. 30. but now the L. saith, be it far from me 15. 2. thus saith the L. of hosts, 2 Sam. 7. 8. 1 Chron. n.7. Jer.6.0.\\\\\\\\-.3,Q1■ 1 Kings 22. 14. what the L. saith, that will 1 speak Isa. 22. 14. iniquity shall not be pureed, saith the I,. God of hosts, Jer. 5. 14. | 35. 17. 1 49. 5. 1 50. 31. 33. 10. now will Irises./, i. now will I, Ps. 12. 5. 49. 5. now s. the L. that formed me from the womb 54. 10. be removed, s. t. L. that hath mercy on thee Jer. 1.8. for I am with thee, saith the L. 19. 1 .30. 11. 2. 19. and that my fear is not in thee, saith the L. 3. 1. played the harlot, yet return unto me, s. the L. 4. 1. if thou wilt return, s. the L. return unto me 5. 22. fearyenotme.j. i.||7.11. 1 have seen it, f.X. 9. 3. from evil to evil, they know not me, s. the L. 22. 16, was not this to know me .' saith the I,. £.3. 23. am laG.at hand, .t. Me L. and not afar off ? 24. can any hide, that 1 shall not see him, s. the L. 33. what burden '. I will even forsake you, s. the L.

    27. 15. for I have not sent him, s. the L. yet they 29. 9. they prophesy , 1 have not sent them,. t. the L.

    Ezek. 13. 6. L. s. and the Lord hath notsentthem, 7. 8. 1 am against you, i. L.W 16. 19. thus it was, j. i.

    21. 13. even the rod, itshall be no more, s. thf. X.G.

    34. 31. ye my flock arc men, and 1 am your G. s. L.

    39. 8. behold, itis come, and itis done, s. the L. G.

    43.27. and I will accept you, saith the L. God Amos 2. 11. is it not even thus, O Isr. ? saith the L.

    4. 5. this liketh you, f. (. L. || 7. 3. shall not be, .t. L.

    9.12.are called by my name, s. the L. thatdoeth this Idic. 6. 1 . hear ye now what the L. saith, arise thou Nah. 2. 13. behold, I am against thee, s. the L. 3. 5. Zeph. 3. 8. therefore wait ye upon me, mi/A the L'. //a^. 1.9. why? J. i. of hosts II 13. 1 am with you,.?. L. Zech. 2. 5. for I . s. the h. will be to her a wall of fire

    4.6. not by might or power, but by my Spirit, s. t. L. Mai. 1. 2. I have loved you, saith the L. yet ye say

    13. should I accept this of your hand, saith the L.

    14. for I am a great king, saith the L. of hosts 3. 5. that oppress, and fear not me, s. t. [,. of hosts

    10. and prove me now herewith, s. the L. of hosts 290

    LOR

    Afa/.3.17. andtheyshall bemine.f. MeZ. of hosts

    4. 3. in the day that I slialldo this,.t. t. [,. of hosts Acts 15. 17. saith the L. who doeth all these things Horn. 12. 19. vengeance is mine, 1 will repay s. t. [,. lCnr.l4.21.they will not hear me for all this, .i-. the L. 2 Cor. 6. 17. come out and be ye separate, s. the L. lieb. 8. 9. and I reganied them not, saith the L.

    10. 30. who hath said, 1 will recompense, s. the X.

    Rev. 1.8. 1 am the Bea inning and Endiiif, s. the L.

    See Live, Savkd.

    LORD joined with seek.

    Deut. 4. 29. if from thence thou shalt seek the L.

    1 Chrim. 16. 10. heart rejoice, that seek L. Ps. 105. 3. 11. seek the /,. and his strength, Psal. 105. 4.

    22. 19, set your heart toseek the L. 2 Chrmi.M. 16.

    2 Chron. 12. 14. prepared not his heart to seek the L. 14. 4. and commanded .ludah to seek the L. (jod

    15. 12. tliey entered into a covenant to seek the L. 13. that whosoever would not seek the L. God

    20. 3. Jehoshaphat set himself to seek the L.

    4. out of the cities of .ludah they came to seek L. Ezra6.2l. were come to .5f«i tlie X.God of Israel Psal. 22. 26. they shall praise the X. that seek him .34. 10. they tbatseek the X. shall not want any good Prov. 28. 5. they that seek X. understand all things Isa. 9. 13. neither do they seek X. 31. 1. J Jos. 7. 16. 51. 1. hearken to me, ye that seek the X. look to 55. 6. seek ye the X. while he may be found .Ter. 50. 4. they shall go and seek the X. their God Jlos. 3. 5. shall return and seek the X. their God

    5. 6. they shall go with their herds to lee* the X. 10. 12. for it is time to seek the X. till he come

    Amos 5.6. seek the X. and ye shall live, lest he break Zeph.2.S.seek ye the X. all ye meek of the earth jiech. 8. 21. saying, let us go to seek the X. of hosts

    22. many people shall come to seek the X. Mal.S.l. the X. whom ye.v«gi shall suddenly come Acts 15. 17.that the residue of men might j-ee* the X. 17. 27. that they should seek the X. it haply might

    LORD joined with sent. Gen. 3. 23. the X. se7tt him fortii from the garden

    19. 13. we will destroy, the L.sent us to destroy it Exod. 4. 28. told all the words of X. who had sejit him

    7. 16. the X. God of the Hebrews setit me to thee

    9. 23. and X. sent thunder and hail on I'gypt Num. 16. 28. ye shall know that the X. hath sent me

    29. if die common death, then X. hath not sent 20. 16. and when we cried, the X. sent an angel

    21. 6. the X. sent fiery serpent-s among the people Veut. 9. 23. when X. sent you from Kadesh-barnea

    34. 11. in all wonders which the L. sent him to do Judg. 6. 8. that the X. sent a prophet unto Israel

    1 Sam. 12.8. then the X. sent Moses and Aaron

    11. and the L.s. ,lerubbaal|| 18. the X. *. thunder 15.1. the X.,teni me to anoint thee king over Israel

    18. the X. sent thee on a journey, and said, go 20. I have gone the way which the X. se7it me 20. 22. go thy way, the X. hath seyit thfee away

    2 Sam. 10.. l.theX. f. Nathan to David, and became

    24. 15. X. sent pestilence on Israel, 1 Chr. 21. 14.

    2 A'injr«2. 2.tarry,forthe X. hath sent me to Beth-el 4. X.hathiew/ine toleiicho||6. L.s. meto.lord?m 17.25. therefore the X. sent lions among them

    24. 2. the X. ff«< against him bandsof the Chaldees 2 Chron. .32. 21. the X. sent an angel, who cut off Isa. 9.8. the X. sent a word into .lacob, and it lighted .Jer. 19. 14. whither the X. sent him to prophesy

    25. 4. and the X. hath sent to yoii all his servants

    17. nations to drink to whom the X. had sent me

    26. 12. X. sent me to prophesy agst. this house, 15. 28. 9. be known that the X. hath truly sent him

    15. hear Hananiah, the X. hath not sent thee Ezek. 13. 6. XjotA saith, and the X. hath not .v. them Jonah 1. 4. the X. sent out a great wind into the sea Hag. 1. 12. obeyed, as the X. their God had sent him Zech.\\\\\\\\. 10. whom the L. hath sent to walk to and fro

    2.9. know X. of hosts hath .t. me, 11. I 4.9. 1 6. 15. 7. 12. lest hear the words which the X. hath sent

    Acts 9.17. Saul, the X..Iesus hath .sew/ me, that thou 12. 11. now know I that the X. hath sent his angel

    Serve the LORD.

    Exod. 10. 7. men go, that they may s.the L. their G.

    8. Phar. said, go s. rAe X. your G. 11.24. | 12. 31.

    26. for thereof must we take to serve the X. our God, we know not with what we must s. the X.

    23. 25. yeshM serve the X. your God, ye shall bless Dent. 10. 12. to s. the X. thy God with all thy heart Jo.th. 24. 14. therefore fear and serve the X. 15. if it seem evil unto you to s.the X. choose you

    18. therefore will we.f. the I,.he is our God, 21. 24.

    19. loshuasaid, ye cannot*. MeX. for he is holy 22. that ye have chosen you the X. to serve him

    1 Sam. 12. 20. but serve the X. with all your heart

    2 Sam. 15. 8. will bringme again, then I will s.t. X. 2 Chro7t. 30. 8. but yield, and i. /. X. your G. .35. 3.

    33.16. and commanded .ludah to*, the X. 34. .33. Ps. 2.11. s.t. X. with fear, and rejoice with trembl.

    100. 2. serve the X. with gladness and come be- [fore his presence 102.22. and the kingdoms gathered to serve the L. Col. 3. 24. receive reward , for y e .sen:* the X. Christ See Shewed, Smite. LORD spake. Gen. 16. 13. called the name of X. that .tpake to her Lev. 10. 3. this is it that the X. spake, saying, I will Num. 3. 1 . in the day the X. .fpake with Moses, 9. 1. 5.4. as the X. .'pake unto Moses, so did Israel 21. 16. that is the well whereof X. .fpake to Moses Deut. 4. 12. L. spake to you out of the midst of fire 15. ye saw no similitude in the day the X. spake 5. 22. these wonis the X. .tpake to your assembly

    9. 10. written all the words which the L. spake

    10. 4. the ten commandments which the /.. .^pake Josh. 14. 10. since the X. spake this word to .Moses

    12. this mountain whereof X. spake in that day 1 Sam. 16. 4. Samuel did that which the /,. spake

    1 Kings2.4. X. may continue his word which he *p.

    27. fulfil the word of the /,. which he .^pake 5. 5. as the X. .ipake to David my father, saying 8. 20. I,, hath performed word he *. 2 Kings 10.10. 12. 15. perform his saying the X. s. 2 Chr. 10. 15. 13. 26. according to the word of the X. which he

    LOR

    spake, 14. 18. | 16. 12, 34. | I7. 16. 1 22. 38. 2 Kings 10. 10. | 24. 2.

    1 Kings 15. 29. according to the saying of X. which

    hctpake by his servant Ahijah, 2 Kings 10. 17.

    21. 23. and of .lezebel also spake the L. saying

    2 Kitigs 9. 36. this is the w ortl of X. which he spake 15. 12. the word of the X. which he spake to .lehu 21. 10. the /.. spake by his servants the prophets

    1 Chron. 21 . 9. X. spake unto Gad, Da. seer, saying

    2 Chron. 33. 10. X. spake to Manasseh and his peop. Isa. 7. 10. moreover, the X. spake again to Ahaz

    8. 5. the X. spake also unto me again, saying 11. for the X. spake thus to me with a strong hand

    20. 2. at the same time spake the X. by Isaiah Jer. 30. 4. these are the words that the X. spake

    50. 1. the word that the X. spake against Babylon

    51. 12. for the X. hath done that which he spake Jonah 2. 10. the X. spake unto the fish, it vomited Acts 18. 9. then .ypake the X. to Paul in the night

    LORD, joined with spoken. Gen. 12. 4. Abram departed as the X. had spoken, 21. 1. I 24. 51. Exod. 9. 12, .35. Deut. 6. 19. Exod. 4. 30. Moses spake the words the X. had spoken

    19.8. and said, all that the X. hath jpoXenwill wedo 34. 32. gave in commandment all the X. had spoken

    Lev. 10. 11. teach the statutes the X. hath spoken Num. 1. 48. for X. had s. to Moses, saying, 15. 22.

    10. 29. the X. hath spoken good concerning Israel

    12. 2. hath the X. indeed spoken only by Moses '.

    23. 17. Balak said to him, what hath the X. spoken ? Deut. 18. 21. word which X. hath not spoken, 22. Josh. 21. 45. failed not ought which X. had spoken

    1 Sam. 25. .30. X. have done the good he hath spoken

    2 Sam. 3. 18. now then do it, for the X. hath spoken

    7. 29. it may continue, for thou, O X. hath .spoken it 1 Kings 13. 3. this is tiie sign which X. hath spoken

    14. 11. for the X. hath .tpoken it, I.

    25. 1 24. 3. 1 25. 8. Joel 3. 8. tUad. 18. Joi 42. 7. after the L. had spoken these words to Job Psal. 50. 1. the X. hath spoken, and called the earth Isa. 31 . 4. for thus hatli the X. spoken to me, like as 38. 7. X. will do this thing that he hath spoken Jer. 9. 12. to whom the mouth of the X. hath .

    22. 28. thus saith the Ixrd, when the X. hath not s. 26. 5. for I have spoken it, saith X. 28. 10. j 30. 5.

    Amos 3. 1. hear this word that the X. hath spoken 8. the X. G. hath spoken, who can but prophesy ? JWic 4. 4. the mouth of the X. of hosts hath spoken it Mat. 1.22. fulfilled which was.tpo/feraof the X. 2.15. Mark 16. 19. so then after the X. had spoken to them /lets 9. 27. had seen the L. and that he had spoketi Heb. 2. 3. at the first began to be spoken by the X.

    To or unto the LORD. Gen. 14. 22. 1 have lift up my hands to L. most high 18. 27. I have taken on me to speak to the X. 31. Exod. 5. 17. let us go, and do sacrifice to X.8. 8, 29.

    10. 9. wemusthold nfeasttoL. 12.14. Num.20. 12.

    15. 1. sing to the X. 21. Judg. 5. 3. 1 Chron. '.6. 23.

    P.fal. 13. 6. 1 .30. 4. f 68. 32. 1 95. 1. I 96. 1, 2. I 98. 1, 5. 1 104. .33. | 147. 7- 1 149. 1. Jsa. 12. 5. 1 42. 10. Jer. 20. 13.

    16. 25. for to-day is a sab. to the X. .35. 2. Lev. 25. 2.

    22. 20. he that sacrificeth save unto the X. only 30. 10. it is most holy unto the X. 31 . 15. Lev. 23.

    20. 1 27. 21, 30, 32. Kum. 6. 8. Ezra 8. 28. Num. 21. 7. said, pray to X. Jer. 29. 7. Acts 8. 24.

    29. .39. these things ye shall do to the L. in feasts Deut. 12. 31. thou shalt not do so to the L. thy God Judg. 11 . 35. I have opened my mouth to the L. 36,

    17. 3. I had wholly dedicated the silver to the X.

    21. 8. that came not up to the X. to Mizpeh

    1 Sam. 1. 10. Hannah prayed to the L. and wept sore

    8. 6. displeased Samuel, and he prayed to the X. 14. 6. there is no restraint to the X. to save by many

    2 Sam. 21. 6. will hang them up to the X. in Gibeah

    1 Kings 2. 27. Abiathar from being priest to the X.

    2 Kings. 4. 33. Elisha shut door, prayed to X. 6. 18.

    18. 6. Hezekiah clave

    20. 2. Hezekiah turned his face unto the wall, and prayed to X. 2 Chr. 32. 24. Isa. .37. 15. 1 .38. 2.

    23. 23. this passover holden to the L. in Jerusalem

    1 Chron. 11 . 18. not drink it, but poured it out to L. 16.8. give thanks to X. call on his name, 41 . Ps. 92. 1 .

    2 Chr. 13. 11. they burn to X. morning and evening

    24. 9. to bring to the X. the collection that Moses

    30. 8. but yield yourselves to the X. and serve him Psal, 3. 8. salvation belongeth to the X. thy blessing

    18. 41. they cried unto the X. but he answered not 30. 8. and to the X. I made supplication, 142. 1. 89. 6. who can be compared to X. be likened to X. .' 116. 12. what shall I render to the X. for benefits ? 140. 6. 1 said to the X. thou art my God, hear voice Prov. 3. 32. a'somination to the X. 11. 1, 20. 1 12. 22. I 15. 8, 9, 26. 1 16. 5. 1 17. 15. I 20. 10, 23.

    16. 3. commit thy works to L. \\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\ 19. 17. lendeth to X. Isa. 19. 21 . shal 1 vow a vow to the X. and perform it

    22. they shall return even to the L. he shall heal

    23. 18. shalt be holiness to X. Jer. 2. 3. Zech. 14. 20.

    55. 13. it shall be to the X. for a name, for a sign

    56. 3. that hath joined himself to the X. 6.

    58. 5. wilt thou call this an acceptable day to the L. Jer. 32. 16. Jeremiah praved to the L. saying Hos. 4. 10. they have left off to take heed to the L. Jonah 4. 2. Jonah prayed to the X. and said Mic. 4. 13. I will consecrate their ^?iinuntothe X. and their substance vnto the L. of the whole earth

    7. 7. therefore I will look to the X. I will wait for Zech. 14. 7. one day , which shall be known to the L. Mat. 5. .33. but shalt perform to the L. thine oaths Luke 2. 22. brought him to present him to the X.

    23. every male shall be called holy to the X. Acts 5. 14. believers were the more added to the L.

    1 1. 23. exhorted that they would cleave to the X.

    13. 2. as they ministered wnfo the X. and fasted 14. 23. had prayed, they commended them to the L,

    LOR

    ^cts 16. 13. if ye have judged ms faithful to the L. liimi. 14. 6. regardeth it to the L. eateth to the L.

    8. whether we live, we live to the /,. we die

    42. 10. nay , my /. but to buy food are we come .30. the man who is the /. of the land, 33.

    44. 5. is not this it, in which my /. drinketh ?

    8. should we steal out of thy I. house silver or gold

    9. and we also will be my /. bondmen

    24. we came up, we told him the words of my /.

    43. 8. and he bath made me /. of all his house

    9. God hath made me /. of all Egypt, come down

    47. 18. we will not hide it from my /. how that there

    is nothing left in sight of my /. but our Exod. .32. 22. let not the anger of my /. wax hot Hum. 11. 28. and said, my I. Moses forbid them

    12. 11. my /. I beseech thee, lay not sin on us 32. 25. servants do as my /. commandeth, 27. 36. 2. the Lord commanded my /. to give land

    Jvdg. 3. 25. their /. was fallen down dead on earth " 4. 18. turn in, my /. turn in to me, fear not 19. 2(5. the woman fell down where her /. was 27. and her/, rose up in the morning and opened Svth 2. 13. let me find favour in thy sight, my /. a Sam. 1. 15. my /. I amof asonowful spirit

    26. O my /. as thy soul liveth, my /. I am woman

    22. 12. and he answered, here I am, my /. 24.8. and cried after Saul, saying, my /. the king 25. 24. on me, lay I. on nie let this iniquity be

    25. let not my /. regard this man of Belial

    26. they that seek evil to my /. be as Kabal

    27. it be given to young men tliat follow my /. 31. when the Lord shall have dealt with my /.

    26. 13. why hast thou not kept thy /. the king?

    17. David said, it is my voice, my /. O king

    18. why doth my /. thus pursue after his ser\\\\\\\'ant? 29. 8. that may not fight against enemies of my /.

    S Sam. 1. 10. and brought them hither to my /.

    3. 21. I will gather all Israel to my /. the king

    9. 11. according to all that my /. hath commanded 11. 9. Uriah slept with all the servants of his /.

    13. .32. let not my /. suppose they have slain

    14. 12. let thine handmaid speak to my /. 17. as an angel of God, so is my /. the king

    19. none can turn from aught my /. hath spoken

    20. my /. is wise according to wisdom of an angel 16. 9. why should this dead dog cui'se my /. king 18. .31. and Cushi said, tidings, my /. the king

    19. 19. Ifttnotmy /. impute iniquity to me, the day

    my A the king went out of .lerusalem £0. 1 am come the first to go down to meet my /. .30. forasmuch as my /. is come again in peace 35. bea burden to my /. || 37. go over with my /. 20. 6. take thou thy 1. servants, and pursue after 24. 3. that tlie eyes of my I- the king may see it, but why doth my I. ■lelight in this thing ? 22. let my I. take and otter up what seemeth good d Kivffsl. 2. that my /. the king may get heat

    27. is this thing done by my /. the king ?

    .36. the Lord God of my /. the king say so too 37. as the Lord hath been with my /. tne king 2. 38. as my /. the king hath said, so will I do 3. 17. O my /. I and this woman dwell in one house 26. O my /.give her the living child, not slay it 11. 23. who fled from his /. Hadadezer king of 18. 7. Obadiah said, art thou that my /. Elijah ?

    13. was it not told my /. what 1 did, when Jezebel

    14. go tell thy /. behold Elijah is here, he slay 20. 4. my /. I am thine, and all that I have

    9., tell my /. all thou didst send for, I will do ■2 Kings 2. 19. the situation is pleasant as my /. seeth

    4. 16. nay, my /. do not lie to thine handmaid

    28. did 1 desire a son of my /. .' did 1 not saj'

    6. 3. would God my /. were with the prophet

    4. one went in anti told his /. saying, thus said

    6. 12. and one of his ser\\\\\\\'ants said, none, my /. 26. a woman cried, saving, help my /. O king

    7. 2. then a /. on whose hand the king leaned, 17.

    8. 5. my /. () king, this is the woman, and her son 12. and Ilazael said, whv weepeth my /. ?

    9. 11. Jehu came forth to the servants of his /.

    18. 23. now, I pray thee, give pledges to my /. 2 €hr. 2. 14. with the cunning men of my /. "David Ezra 10. 3. acconling to the counsel of my /. Psal. 12. 4. our lips are our own, who is /. over us ? Jer. 22. 18. saying, ah /. or ah his glorj', 34. 5.

    .37. 20. therefore liear now, I pray thee, my /.

    38. 9. my /. the king, these men have done evil JJan. 1. 10. said to Daniel, 1 fear my /. the king

    2. 10. there is no king nor /. that asked such things

    4. 19. my /. the dream be to them that hate thee

    24. decree which is come upon my /. the king Mat. 10. 24. nor is the servant above his /.

    25. it is enough that the servant be as his /. 18. 26. /. have patience with me, and I will pay

    31. they came and told their /. all that was done 24. 48. my /. delayeth his coming, Luke 12. 45. I.uke 12. .36. and ye like men that wait for their /. 16. 3. my /. taketh away from me the stewardship

    5. so he called his /. debtors to him. and said to

    the tirst, how much ow est tliou to my /. .' John 15. 15. the ser\\\\\\\'ant knoweth not what his /.

    ^ -r ., , floth

    20. I said, the servant is not greater than his /. Acts 25. 26. 1 have no certain thing to write to my /. Gal. 4. 1 . differs not from a ser\\\\\\\'ant, though /. ol^all 1 Ptt. 3. 6. Sarah obeyed Abraham, calling him /.

    LOT

    LOKDS. Gen. 19. 2. he said , behold now my /. turn in Num. 21. 28. consumed /. of high places of Amon Deut. 10. 17. is Lord of /. 1 Tim. 6. 15. Eev. I7. 14. Josh. 13. 3. five /. of the Philistines, Judg. 3. 3. Judg. 16. 5. /. of the Philistines came up to her 30. and the house fell upon the /. and people 1 Sam. 5. 8. they gathered /. of the PUlistines, 11. 6. 4. one plague was on you all, and on your /.

    12. the /. of the Philistines went after them 7.7. the /. of the Philistines went up against Israel 29. 2. the /. passed on by hundreds and thousands 6. nevertheless, the /. favour thee not 7. return, go in {5eace, that thou displease not the f. Ezra 8. 25. 1 weighed the offering which /. offered Isa. 16. 8. the /. of the heathen have broken plants 26. 13. other /. have had dominion over us Jet .2. 31. wherefore say my people, we are /. ? Ezei. 23. 23. great /. renew ned, all 1 iding on horses Dan. 4. 36. my counsellors and /. sought to me 5. 1. made a great feast to a thousand of his /.

    23. thou and thy /. have drunk wine in them

    6. 17. the king sealed with his own and signet of/. Mart 6. 21. that Herod made a supper to his /. 1 Cor. 8. 5. as there be gods many, and /. many 1 Pet. 5. 3. nor as being /. over God's heritage

    LORDSHIP. Mart 10. 42. kings of Gent, exercise /. Luie 22. 25.

    LOSE. Judg. 18. 25. run on thee, and thou /. thy life 1 A'jH^f 18. 5.mules alive, that we /.not all the beasts J06 31. 39. or have caused the owners /. their life Prov. 23. 8. shall vomit up, and /. thj- sweet words Ecel. 3. 6. there is a time to get, and a time to /. Mat. 10. 39. he that findeth his life shall /. it, 16. 25. Mark 8. .35. Luke 9. 24. 42. he shall in no wise /. his reward. Mart 9. 41. 16. 26. and /. hisown soul, Marks. 36. LukeO. 25. Luke 15. 4. if he /.one sheep ||8. if she /. one piece 17. 33. whosoever shall /. his life shall preserve it John 6. 39. the Father's will 1 should /. nothing

    12. 25. he that loveth his life shall /. it dJohn 8. look to yourselves, we /. not those things

    LOSE'lH. Mat. 10. 39. and he that /. his life for my sake

    LOSS. Gen. 31. 39. that which was torn, I bare the /. of it Eiod. 21. 19. only he shall pay for the /. of time Isa. 47. 8. nor shall 1 know the /. of children

    9. come in one day /. of children and widowhood Acts 27. 21. and have gained this harm and /.

    22. there shall be no /. of any man's life 1 Cor. 3. 15. if work be burned he shall suffer /. Phil. 3.7. what gain, those I counted /. for Christ

    8. yea, doubtless, and 1 count all things but/, for Christ, for whom I suffered the /. of all things LOST, Passively. Ezod. 22. 9. for any manner of /. thing, Deut, 22. 3. Lev. 6. 3. or have found that which was /.

    4. he shall restore the /. thing he found Num. 6. 12. the days that were before shall be /.

    1 Sam. 9. 3. the asses of Kish, Saul's father, were/.

    20. as for thine asses that were /. they are found Psal. 119. 176. 1 have gone astray like a /. sheep Jer. 50. 6. mj' people hath been /.sheep, shepherds Ezek. 19. 5. when she saw that her hope was /.

    34. 4. nor have ye sought that which was /.

    16. I willseek that which was /. and bring again .37. 11. they say, our hope is /. we are cut oft'

    Mat. 10. 6. but go rather to the /. sheep of Israel 15. 24. 1 am not sent but to the /. sheep of Israel

    18. 11. Bonis come to save whatwas/. Luke19. 10. Luke 15.4. go after that which is /. till he find it

    6. for I have found my sheep which was /.

    24, this my son was /. || 32. thy brother was /. John 6. 12. gather up fragments that nothing be /.

    17. 12. none of them is /. but the son of perdition

    2 Cor. 4. 3. our gospel is hid, to them that are /.

    LOST, Actively. Deut. 22. 3. with any thing of thy brother's he hath /. 1 Kivgs20. 25. number army like that thou hast /. Jsa. 49. 20. after thou hast /. the other shall sav

    21. seeing 1 have /. my children, and am deso'late Mat. 5. 13. if salt/, savour, Afnr* 9. 50. Luke 14. 34. Luke 15. 9. I have found the piece which I had /. John 18. 9. of them thou gavest me, 1 have /. none

    LOT

    Signifies, [1] Any thing cast or draum in order to determine any matter in dehate, Prov. 18. 18. [2] That which falls out by lot to be one's proper share, portion, or inheritarue. Josh. 15. 1. I 16. 1. [3] Habitations or persons, Psal. 125. 3. [4J Punishment, Isa. I7. 14. [5] Order, course, or tupi, Luke 1. 9. [6] Fellowship, Acts 8. 21. [7] 7'he object of one's worship and trust, Isa. 57. 6. Lots were used, [1] Tojindout a person, 1 Sam. 14. 41 . J onah 1 . 7 . [2] To divide lands, K urn . 26. 55, 56. [3] To choose a elmrch officer. Acts 1. 26. [4] To order and regulate the courses of men in office, 1 Chron. 24. 5. I 25. 8. [5] To decide a controversy, Psal. 22. 18.

    Lev. 16. 8. one /. for Ld. other for scape-goat, 9, 10.

    Num. 26. 55. land shall be divid . by I. Ezek. 48. 29.

    33. 54. he shall divide the land by /. for an inhe-

    ritance, 36. 2. Josh. 13. 6. Ezek. 47. 22.

    34. 13. this is the land ye shall inherit by /. Deut. .32. 9. Jacob is the /. of his inheritance Josh. 15. 1. this was the /. of the tribe of Judah

    16. 1. the /. of Joseph || 17. 1. wasa /. for Manasseb 17. 14. why hast thou given me but one /. J"

    17. thou shalt not have one /.only, but mountain 18. 11. the /. of the tribe of Benjaniin came up 19. 1. and the second /. came forth to Simeon

    10. the third /. came for the children of Zebulun 17. the fourth /. came out to Issachar

    24. fifth /. to Asher || 32. sixth /. to Naphtali 40. the seventh /. came for the tribe of Dan 21. 4. /. for families of Kohathites, 1 Chron. 6. 54. 6. Gershon had by /. |'i8. gave by /. to the Levites Judg. 1. 3. come up with me intomy /. to fight aga. Canaanites, likewise go with thee into thy /. 20. 9. we will go up by /. aga. it, and take ten men

    LOV

    1 Sam. 14.41. Saul said to God, give a perfect t. 1 Chron. 6. 63. to sons of Merari were given by /. 16. 18. to thee will 1 give the land of Canaan, the /. of your inheritance, Psal. U)5. 11.

    24.5. to thee they were divided by/, one sort with

    7. now the first /. came forth to Jehoiarib 25. 9. now the first /. came forth for Asaph

    Esth. 3. 7. they cast Pur, that is /. before flaman Psal. 16. 5. portion of cup, thou maintainest my /. 125. 3. shall not rest on the /. of the righteous Prov. 1. 14. cast in thy /. among us, let us all have

    16. 33. /. is cast into lap, disposing of the Lord 18. 18. the /. causeth contentions to cease

    Isa. 17. 14. this is the /. of them that rob us 34. 17. and he hath cast the /. for them

    57. 6. the smooth .stones of the stream are thy /. Jer. 13. 25. this is thy /. from me, saith the Lord Ezek. 24. 6. bring it out, let no /. fall upon it Dan. 12. 13. shalt stand in thy /. at end of the days Mic.Q..5. shalthavenone that shall casta cord by /. Luke 1. 9. his /. was to burn incense when he went Acts 1. 26. the /. fell on Slatthias, %vas numbered

    8. 21 . thou hast no /. or part in this matter 13. 19. he divided their land to them by /.

    LOTS. iSam. 14.42. cast /. between me and Jonath. mv son

    1 Chron. 24. 31. these cast /. over against brethren Mat.S7. 35. parted garments casting /. Mark 15. 24. Acts 1. 26. gave forth their /. lot f- 11 on Mattliias

    See Cast. LOTHE. Ezod. 7. 18. Egypt shall /. to drink of the river Job 7. 16. I /. it, 1 would not live alway Ezek. 6. 9. shall /. themselves for evils have done 20. 43. je shall /. yourselves in your own sight 36. 31. ye shall /. yourselves for your iniquities

    LOTH ED. Jer. 14. 19. hath thy soul /. Zion ? why hast thon Zech. 11.8. my soul/, them, their soul abhorred me

    LOTHETH. Num. 21. 5. and our soul /. this light bread J^rov. 27. 7- the full soul /. an honey-comb Ezek. 16. 45. /. her husband and her children

    LOIHING. Ezei. 16. 5. thou wast cast out to the /. of thy persoa

    LOTHSOjME. Num. 11. 20. even a whole month, till it be /. to you Job 7. 5. ray skin is broken and become /. Psal. 38.7. my loins are filled with a /. disease Prov. 13. 5. a wicked man is /. and cometh to shame LOUD.

    2 Chron. .30. 21. singing with /. instruments to Lord Ezra 3. 13. the people shouted with a /. shout Nch. 12. 42. the singers sang/, with Jei^ahiah Estk. 4. 1. and Jlordecai cried with a /. cry Psal. 33.3. sing to him, play skilfullj- with a /. noise

    98. 4. make a /. noise and rejoice and sing praise 150. 5. praise him on /. cymbals, praise him Prov. 7. 11. she is /. and stubborn, her feet abide not liev. 14. 18. another angel cried with a /. crj' to him

    LOUD, joined with voice. Gen. 39. 14. he came to me, I cried with a /. voice Ezod. 19. 16. the voice of the trumpet exceeding /. Deut. 27. 14. tlie Levites shall speak with a /. voice 2 Sam. 15. 23. all the country wept with a /. voice

    1 Kings 8. 55. he blessed congregation with a /. voice

    2 Chron. 15. 14. they sware to the Ld. with a /. voice 20. 19. to praise Lord with a/, voice, Luke 19. .37-

    Ezra 3.12. many w ept with a /. voice, many shouted 10. 12. the congregation answered with a /. voice

    Prov. 27. 14. he blesseth his friend with a /. voice

    Ezek. 8. 18. and though they cry with a /. voice 9. 1. he cried with a /. votce, saying, cause them

    Luke 1. 42. she spake out with a /. voice, and said 8. 28. unclean spirit cried with a /. voice, Acts 8. 7.

    17. 15. turned back and with a /. r. glorified God Acts 14. 10. said with a /. voice stand upright on feet

    26. 24. Festus said with a /. v. Paul, thou art beside

    liev. 5.2. a strong angel proclaiming with a /. voice

    12. many angels saying with a/, voice, worthy is

    8. 13. angel saying with a/, v. woe, woe, 14. 7,9,15.

    12. 10. and 1 heard a /. voice saving in heaven

    LOUD voices.

    Luke 23. 23. and tliey were instant with /. loicts LOUDER.

    Ezod. 19. 19. the voice of the trumpet waxed /. and /. LOVE

    Signifies, [1] A natural passion, inclining us to de- light in an object. Gen. 29. 20. [2] A j/raeious principle or habit uiroiight in the soul by God, which inclines us to delight in, esteem, and earnest- ly desire to enjoy an interest in God's favour, and communion with him as our chief good, portion, and happiness, and the fountain of all perfection mid ezcellency ; tmd which likewise disposes us to do good to all, especially to such as resemble God in holiness, atidbear his image, 1 John 4. 19, 21. [3] The effect of love, John 15. 13. [4] The person beloved. Cant. 2. 2, 7. [5] True friendship or kindness, Prov. 15. 17. Lotb is, (I) Natural, which is either, lawful, Psal. ,34. 12. or unlawful, John 12. 25. 2 Tim. 3. 2. (ID Conjugal, which is, [1] Divine, that is God's love to his people, which is inexpressible. John 3. 16. Inconceivable, Eph. 3. 19. Everlasting, Jer. 31. 3. Sovereign, Deut. 7. 8. Eree and undeserved, IIos. 14. 4. Immutable, io\\\\\\\\in 13. 1. Complacential, Prov. 8. 31. Boundless and infinite, 1 John 4. 16. [2] Human, such is that between a husband and wife lawfully joined in wedlock. Gen. 24. 67. Eph. 5. 25. [3] Idolatrous, such is that love which idolaters have for idols and strange gods, Jer. 2. 25. | 8. 2. (lll)Parental and filial. Gen. 22. 2.144. 20. j 45. 11. (IV) Spiritual, as, [1] Tlie love of God towards his children, John 17. 23. Rom. 5. 5,

    8. [2] Their love to God, Psal. 116. 1. 1 John 4. 19. [.3] Of Christ, to his church, Eph. 3. 19. 1 5. 2. [4] To some particular persons, John 2. 2. GaJ. 2. 20. [5] The loi'e of be- lievers towards Christ, Cant. 1. 4, 7- John 21. 13. [6]_3'o one another, John 15. I7. Col. 1. 4. ifl Of pastors towtsrds their people.

    V 2

    291

    LOV

    1 Cor. 16. 24. 2 Cor. S. 4. [8] Of hearers to their teachers, 2 Cor. 8. 7, 8. 1 Thess. 5. l.i. Tit. .3. 15. (V.) Carnal, 2 Sam. 1:5. 4. Prov. 7. 18. (VI.) Wicked, 2 Chron. ly. 2. Kev. 22. 15. Gen. 29. 20. a few days for tlie /. he had to her

    1 Sam. 20. t 17. to .Swear by his /. towards him

    e Sam. 1. 26. wonderful, passing the /. of women 13. 15. the hatred was ;;reater than the /. he had

    Prov. 5. 19. be thou ravislied always with her /. 7. 18. let us take our till of /. till the mornins

    10. 12. hatred stirreth up strifes, but I. covereth sin3 15. 17. better is a dinner of herbs where /. is, than 17. 9. he that covereth a transgression seeketh /. 27. 5. open rebuke is better than secret /.

    Heel. 9. 1. no man knoweth either /. or hatred

    6. also their /. and hatred is now perished Cant, 2. 4. and his banner over me was /.

    5. comfort me with apples, for I am sick of /. 5. 8. .3. 10. the midst thereof being paved with /.

    7. 6. how pleasant art thou, O /. for delights ! 8. 6./. isstrong as death, jealousy is cruel as grave

    7. many waters cannot quench I. if a man would

    give all his subs, for /. it would be contemned Jer, 2. 2. I remember thee, the /. of thy esix)usals 33. why trimmest thou tliy way to seek /. ? 12. + 7-1 have given the /. of my soul to enemy 31. 3. I have loved thee with an everlasting /. Etek. 16. 8. behold, thy time was the time of '. 23. 11. she was more corrupt in her inordinate I. 17. the Babylonians came to her into bed of/. 33. 31. with their mouth they shew nmch /. Van. 1. 9. brouglit Daniel into tender /. with prince Mos. 3. 1. according to the /. of Lord toward Israel

    11. 4. I drew them with bands of /. and cords Mat. 24. 12. the /. of many shall wax cold John 13. 35. if ye have /. one to another

    15. 13. greater I. hath no man than this, that he lay 17. 26. the /. wherewith thou hast loved me

    Hom.R. 35. who sliall separate us from /. of Christ-

    12. 9. let /. be without dissimulation

    10. be kindly affectione

    13. 10. /. worketh no ill, therefore /. is fulfilling 15. .30. I beseech you for tlie I. of the Spirit

    2 Cor. 2. 4. that you may know the /. I have to you

    8. that ye would conhrm your /. toward him

    5. 14. for the /. of Christ constraineth us

    6. 6. by the Holy Ghost, by /. unfeigned

    8. 8. and to prove the sincerity of your /. 24. shew to the churches the proot of your /.

    13. II. and tlie God of /. shall be with you Gal. 5. 6. but faith which worketh by /. 13. but brethren, by /. serve one another 22. but the fruit of the Spirit is /. joy, peace Bph. 1. 15. after 1 heard of your I. to all the saints 3. 19. to know the /. of Christ, passeth knowledge 6. 23. and /. with faith, from God the Father Phil. 1. 9. this 1 pray, that your /. may abound 17. but the other ot I. doth preach Christ

    2. 1. if theie be therefore any comfort of /.

    2. that ye be like minded, having the same /. ' Col. 1.4. and of the I. which ye have to all the saints H. who declared to us your /. in the Spirit

    1 Tliess. 1. 3. remembering your labour of/.

    4. 9. touching brotherly /. ve need not that 1 write

    5. 8. putting on bresst-plate of faith and /.

    2 Thess. 2. 10. they received not the /. of the truth

    1 Tim. 1. 14. exceeding abundant with faith and /.

    6. 10. the /. of money is the root of all evil

    11. follow after righteousness, /. patience

    2 Tim. 1. 7. not given the spirit of fear, but of /. Philem. 9. yet for /. sake I rather beseech thee Heb. 6. ID. to forget your work and labour of /.

    10. 24. to provoke unto /. and to good works 13. 1. let brotherly /. continue, entertain strangers 1 Pet. 1. 22. to unfeigned /. of the brethren

    1 John 2. 15. the /. ot the Father is not in him 3. 1. behold what manner of /. the Father hath 4. 7. let us love one another, for /. is of God

    8. God is /. II 10. herein is /. not that we loved God , 16. known the /. that God hath to us, God is /.

    17. herein is our /.made perfect, to have boldness

    18. there is no fear in /. perfect /. casteth out fear 5 John 0. this is /. that we walk after his commandm. Jude 2. mercy to you, peace and /. be multiplied Rev. 2. 4. because thou hast left thy iirst /.

    LOVE cf Gotl. Luke 1 1 . 42. ye pass over judgment and the /. of God John 5. 42. 1 know that ye have not /. of God in you Jiom.5.5. because l.ofG. is shed abroad inour hearts 8. .39. shall be able to separate us from the/. , /God

    2 Cor. 13. 14. the /. of G. be with you all, amen

    2 Ihess. 3. 5. direct your hearts into the /. of God 1 It. 3. 4. after the kmdness and /. of God appeared 1 John 2. 5. in him verily is the /. of God perfected 3. 16. hereby perceive we /. ofG. because he laid 17. how dwelleth the I. of God in him ?

    4. 9. in this was manifested the /. of God towards us

    5. 3. this is /. of God that we keep 'his commandm. Jude 21. keep yourselves in the /. of God, looking for

    His LOVK. Deut. 7.7. Lord did not set his I. upon you, because Psal. 91. 14. because he hath set his I. upon me Isa. 63. 9. in his I. and in his pitv he redeemed them Zeph. 3. 17. he will rest in his I. he will joy over John 15. 10. 1 kept commandments, and abide in h. I Horn. 5. 8. but (Jod commemled his I. toward us 1 John 4. 12. if love one another his I. is perfected

    In LOVK. ] Kings 11. 2. Solomon clave unto these «»/. />«. .38. 17. hast m/. to my soul delivered it from pit

    1 Cor. 4. 21. shall 1 come to you with a rod or in I. !

    2 Cor. 8.7. as ye abound in your /. to us, see that hph. 1 .4. we should be without blame before him in I.

    3. 17. that ye being rooted and grounded in I.

    4. 2. in meekness, forbearing one another in I.

    15. but speaking the truth in I. may grow up to

    16. niaketh increase to the edifying of itself itil.

    5. 2. walk in 1. as Clirist hath loved us and given Co/.2.2. hearts be comforted , being knit together in I. 1 Ihess. 3. 12. the Lord make you to increase in I.

    b. 13. esteem them highly in I. for work's sake 292

    LOV

    2 Tim. 1. 13. in faith and /. which is in Christ .Tesus

    1 John 4. 16. he that dwelleth in I, dwelleth in God

    18. no feai- in I. that feareth not niaile perfect in I.

    2 John 3. J esus the Son of the F'ather in truth and /.

    Ah LOVE. Psal. 109. 4. for my I. they are my adveisaries

    5. they have rewarded me hatred for my I. Cant. 1.9. I have compared thee, O my I. to horses

    15. behold, thou art fair, my /. thou art fair, 4. 1.

    2. 2. as lily, so is my I. among the daughters 7. nor awake mp I. till he please, 3. 5. I 8. 4.

    10. rise up, w. /. 13. || 5.2. open to me, m. I. my dove 4. 7. art all fair, my I. there is no spot in thee

    6. 4. thou art beautiful, O my I. as i'irzah

    John 15. 9- continue ye in my I. \\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\ 10. abide in my I.

    1 Cor. 16. 24. my I. be with you all, in Christ Jesus

    Thy LOVE.

    2 Sam. 1. 26. thy I, was wonderful, passing the love Cant. 1. 2. for thy I. is better than wine, 4. 10.

    4. we will remember thy I. more than wine 4. 10. how fair is thy I. my sister, my spouse Philem. 5. hearing of thyl.?md faith towards Jesus

    7. we have great joy and consolation in thy I. Rev. 2. 4. because thou hast left thy first /.

    LOVE, Verb.

    Lev. 19. 18. thou shalt /. thy neighbour as thyself,

    34. Mat. 19. 19. I 22. .39. Mark 12. 31.

    Deut. 6. 5. thou shalt /. the Lord thy God with all

    thy heart, 10. 12. 1 11. 1, 13, 22. 1 19. 9. 1 .'50. 6.

    7. 9. he is God, the faithful God. which keepeth

    covenant with them that /. him, Dan. 9. 4.

    13. he will /. thee, bless thee, and multiply thee

    10. 15. Lord had a delight in thy fathers to /. them

    19. /. therefore the stranger, for ye were strangers

    13. 3. to know whether ye /. the Lord your God

    30. 16. in that 1 command thee to /. Lord thy God

    20. that thou mayest /. the L. and obey his voice Josh. 22. 5. take heed to /. the L. your God, 23. 11. Judg. 5. 31. let them that /. him be as the sun

    1 Sam. 18. 22. and all the king's servants /. thee

    2 Chr. 19. 2. shouldest thou /. them that hate Lord ? Neh. 1. 5. (jod keepeth mercy for them that /. him Psal, 4. 2. O ye sons, how long will ye /. vanity ?

    5. 11. let them that /. thy name be joyful in thee 18. 1. I will /. thee, O Lord, my strength 31. 23. O /. the Lord, all ye saints. Lord presenes 40. 16. let such as /. thy salvation say, 70. 4. 69. .36. they that /. his name shall dwell there 97. 10. ye that /. the Lord hate evil, he preserves 1 19. 132. usest to do to those that /. thy name 165. great peace have they wlio /. thy law 122. 6. they shall prosper that /. thee 145. 20. the Ixjrd preserveth them that /. him Prov. 1.22. how long, ye simple, will ye /.simplicity 4. 6. /. wisdom, ariil she shall keep thee

    8. 36. all they that hate me, /. death

    9. 8. rebuke a wise man, and he will /. thee 16. 13. kings /. him that speaketh right

    18. 21. they that /. it shall eat the fruit thereof Keel. 3. 8. a time to /. an

    4. thy love more than wine, the upright /. thee Isa. 56. 6. to serve and /. the name of the Lord 61. 8. I the I/ird /.judgment, I hate robbery 66. 10. be glad with Jerusalem all ye that /. her Jer. 5. 31. and my people /. to have it so Hos. 3. 1. /. a woman beloved, /. flagons of wine 4. 18. her rulere with shame, do /. give ye 9. 15. drive them out, I will /. them no more

    14. 4. 1 will /. them freely, for mine anger turned Amos 4. t 5. publish ye free-offerings, so ye /.

    5. 15. hate tne evil, and /. the good, establish Mic. 3. 2. who hate the good, ami /. the evil 6. 8. but to /. mercy, and to walk humblv Zech. 8. 17. /.no false oath || 19. /. the truth Mat. 5. 43. it hath been said, /. thy neighbour 44. but I say, /. your enemies, l,iike 6. 27, 35. 46. if ye /. them which /. you. f,7ike 6. .32. 6. ,5. they /. to pray standing in the synagogues 24. hate the one, and /. the other, Luke 16. 13.

    22. 37. thou shalt /. the Lord thy God with all thy

    heart, Mark 12. 30, ,33. Luke 10. 27.

    23. 6. and /. the uppermost rooms at feasts Mark 12. .38. scribes who /. to go in long clothing Luke 7. 42. which of them will /. him most '

    11. 43. ye /. greetings in the markets, 20. 46. John 14. 21. I will /. him, and manifest myself 23. if a man /. me, my Father will /. him 15. 12. commandment that ye /. one another, 17- 19. if were of world, the world would /. his own Rom. 8. 28. all things work for good to them /. God 13. 8. owe nothing to any, but to /. one another 9. in this saying, thou shalt /. thy neighbour as thyself. Gal. 5. 14. Jam. 2. 8. 1 Cor. 2. 9. God hath prepared for them that /. him 8. 3. if any man /. God, the same is known of him Lph. 5. 25. hush. /. your wives as Christ loved the church, and gave himself, 28, 33. Col. 3. 19. 6. 24. grace be with all them tliat /. our Lord .lesus

    1 Thess, 4. 9. ye are taught of God to /. one another

    2 Tim. 4. 8. but to all tiiem that /. his appearing Tit. 2. 4. teach young women to /. their husbands

    3. 15. greet them that /. us in the faith

    Jam. 1. 12. Ix)rd promised to them that /. him, 2. 5. 1 Pet. 1. 8. whom having not seen ye /. in whom

    22. see ye /. one another with a pure heart

    2. 17. honour all men, /. the brotherhood

    3. 8. /. as brethren ll 10. he that will /. life

    1 Johnl. 15. /. not the world, if any man /. the workl

    3. 11. message ve heard from the beginning that we

    .should /. one another, 4. 7, 11, 2 John 5.

    14. from death to life, because we /. the brethren

    23. /. one another, as he gave commandment

    4. 12. if we /. one another, 1 Jod dwelleth in us

    19. we /. him, because first loved us

    20. how can he /. God whom he hath not seen ? 21 he who loveth God, /. his brother also

    5. 2. we /. the children of God when we /. God

    I LOVE. Gen. 27. 4. make me savoury meat, such as I /. Ezod, 21. 5. if servant shall say, II. my master Judg. 16. 15. how canst thou say, / /. thee, when

    LOV

    2 Sam. 13.4.7/. Tamar my brother Absalom's sistei Psal. 116. 1. / /. the Ixird, because he hath beam 119. 97. O how //. thy law Jl 113. thy law / /. 163 119. therefore 1 1, thy testmionies 127. therefore / /. tliy conunands above gold 159. consider how / /. thy precepts, quicken me IC7. thy testimonies 1. I. exceedingly Prov. 8. 17. 1 1, them that love me, and those that John 14. 31. world may know that / /. the lathen 21. 15. Lord, thou knowestthat II, thee, 16, 17. 2 Cor. 12. 15. though the more //.you, the less 1 be

    1 John 4. 20. if a man say, / /. God, asd hateth

    2 John 1. whom 1 1, in the truth, 3 John 1.

    Rev. 3. 19. as many as i /. 1 rebuke and chasten

    LOVE me. Gen. 29. 32. now therefore my husband will /. me Liod. 20.6. shewing mercy to them /. me, Ueut.o.M. Prov.&.ll. I love them that /. me, and those that seek

    21. cause those that /. me to inherit substance Jolmii.K. ifGod were your Father you would /. ma-

    10. 17. therefore doth my Father I. me, because 14. 1,5. if ye /. me, keep my commandments

    23. if a man /. me, he will keep my words LOVE not. Prov. 20. 13. /. 720/ sleep, lest thou come to poverty

    1 Cor. 16. 22. if any man /. not the L. Jesus Christ

    2 Cor. 11. 11. because I /. you not ? God knoweth \\\\\\\\John 2.15. /. not ttie world T| 3. 18. let us not /.in « ord

    LOVED. Gen. 24. 67. Isaac took Hebekahto wife, and /.het 25. 28. Isaac/. Esau, but Kebekah /. .lacob 27. 14. his mother made such as his father /.

    29. 18. Jacob/. Rachel more than Leah, ,30.

    34. 3. Shechem /. Dinah, and spake kindly to her 37. .3. Isr. /. .loseph more than all his children, 4..

    Deut. 4. .37. and because he /. thy fathers, therefore 7. 8. but because the Lord /. you, 23. 5. 1 33. .3.

    Judg. 16. 4. Samson /. a worn, in the valley of .Sorek

    1 6am. 1.5. Elkanah /. Hannah || 16. 21. Saul/. Dav.. 18. 1. Jonathan /. Dav. as his own soul, 3. I 20. I7.

    16. Israel and Judah /. David, because he went 20. and Michal, Saul's daughter, /. David

    2 Sam. 12. 24. Lord /. Solomon, and he sent Natliaa.

    13. 1. Amnon, the son of David, /. Tamar

    15. hatred greater than love wherewith he /. her

    1 Kings 3. 3. Solomon /. the L. walking in statutes

    10.9. because the Lord /. Israel, 2 Chron. 9.8.

    11. 1. king Solomon /. many strange women

    2 Chron. 2. 11. the I^ord /. his people, Isa. 48. 14. 11. 21. Rehoboam /. Maacah above all his wives

    26. 10. Uzziah had husbandmen, he /. husbandry Lsth. 2. 17. the king /. Esther above all the women> Job 19. 19. they whom I /. are turned against me Psal. 47. 4. the excellency of Jacob whom he /.

    78. 68. but chose the mount Zion which he /.

    109. 17. as he /. cursing, so let it come to him Isa. 38. 1 17. but thou hast /. me from the pit Jer. 8. 2. all the host of heaven whom they have t.

    14. 10. thus have they /. to wander, they have not Ezek. 16. 37. I will gather all them that thou hast /. Hos. 9. 1. thou hast /. a reward on every corn-Hoor

    10. their abominations were according as they /.

    11. 1. when Israel was a child, then 1 /. him Mai. 1. 2. yet ye say, wherein hast thou /. us '.

    2. 11. Judah profaned holinessof I^ord which he/. Mark 10. 21. then Jesus beholding him, /. him I.ukel. 47. many sins are forgiven, for she /. much Jolm 3. 16. God so /. the world || 19. /. darkness

    11.5. Jesus /. Martha, and her sbter, and Lazaru* 36. then said the Jews, behold how he /. hira

    12. 43. for they /. praise of men more than praise 13. 1. having /. his own, he /. them to the end

    23.

    14. 21. he that loveth me shall be /. cf my Father 28. if ye /.ine,ye would rejoice.because 1 go to my

    15. 9. as the Father /. me, so have 1 /. you

    16. 27. Father himself loveth you, because ye /. me

    17. 23. and hast /. them, as thou hast /. me

    26. love wherewith thou hast /. me, may be in them Rom, 8.37. more than conquerors thro' him tliat /. us- 2 Cor. 12. 15. the more 1 love you, the less I be /. Gal. 2. 20. who /. me, and gave himself for me Eph, 2. 4. for his great love wherewith he /. us 5. 2. as Christ also/, us 11 25. Christ /. the church 2 'Ihess. 2. 16. God our Father, which hath /. us 2 Tim. 4. 10. Demas having /. this present world Heb. 1. 9. hast /. righteousness, and hated iniquity 2 Pet. 2. 15. Balaam /. the wages of unrighteousness-

    1 John A, 10. not that we /. God, but that he /. us

    11. if God so /. us II 19. because he first/, us Rev. 1. 5. to him that /. us and washed us from way

    12. 11. they /. not their lives to the death

    1 have LOVED. Psal. 26. 8. 7 have I. the habitation of thy house

    119. 47. delight in thy commands which 'I h. I. 48. Isa. 43. 4. I have I. thee, therefore will I give men Jer .2.25. 1 have I. strangers, and after them will I go-

    31. 3. I have I. thee with an everlasting love Mal.l.'i. I have I. you. yet ye say , wherein hast thou- JoAm13. .34. as I have /.you, that ye also love, 15. 12.

    15. 9. as the Father loved me, so I have I. you Rom. 9. 13. as it is written, Jacob 7 have I. but Ksau Rev. 3. 9. I will make them know that I have I. thee

    LOVEDST.

    Isa. 57. 8. thou /. their bed where thou sawest it

    John 17. 24. thou /. me before foundation of world

    LOVELY.

    2 Sam. 1. 23. .Saul and .lonathan were /. in their lives Cant. 5.16. he is altogether /.O daughters of Jerusal. Ezek. 33. 32. thou art to them as a very /. song Phil. 4. 8. whatsoever things are /. think on these

    LOVER. 1 Kings 5. 1. for Hiram was ever a /. of David Psal. VIA. 18. /.and friend hast thou put far from me Tit. 1. 8. a /. of hospitality, a /. of good men, sobei

    LOVERS. Psal.. .38. 11 . my /. and friends stand aloof from my Jer, 3. 1. thou hast played the harlot with many t, 4. .30. thy /. will despise thee, they will seek thy lite 22.20. go up and cry, for all thy /. are destroyed

    22. thy /. shall go iiito captivity, shalt he ashamed

    30. 14. all thy I. have forgotten tliee, tliey seek

    LOW

    Lam. 1.2. among all her /. hath none toromforther ly. I called lor my /. but ihey deceived me

    Eiei: 16. 3.".. thou gi\\\\\\\\ est thy gittstoall thy /. .",6. thv nakedness discovered with thv /. and idols HT. I will ;;ather tliy /■ ! C,'!. O. doted on her /. <:.•?. 9. 1 have delivered her into tlie hand of her /. 2-.'. hehold, 1 will raise up thv /. a:;ainst thee

    Jl,s.'2.5.\\\\\\\\ willijoatterii.v/. f. shall follow her/. 111. 1 will discover her fewdnessin the si^lit ot /. IC. these rew ards tliat my /. have aiven me i:>. and she went atlerher /. and format me 8. 9. areS' ne up to .As.-vria, Kphraim liath hired /.

    2 Tim. :!. e. tor men sliall he /. ot their ow n selves

    4. heady, /. of pleasures more than /. ot' God

    io\\\\\\\\ i:s.

    Proi-. 7. 18. come, let us solace ourselves with /. Cent. 7. li. tliere will I -ix e tiiee my /.

    LO\\\\\\\'i;ST. Cen. CC. 2. fake tliine i niv son Isaac whom thou /. Jji'/ff. 14. If', thou dost but hate me, and /.me not 'J .Sam. I'.l. 6. in that ti'ou /. tiuue enemio, and hatest P'a/. 4.'). ". thou /. 1 iahteousuejs. therefore Ciod thy

    52. .'1. ihou /. evil more than Liood, and l\\\\\\\\ in^

    4. thou /. all ilevouriuL' words, f) thou ueceittul i-.V,-/. Q. '». live jovlnllv with the wife whom thou/. John 11. 3. behold, he whom thoi /. is sick

    21. 15. Simon, sonof .lonas, /. thou me' ID. 1".

    I.DVKIH. Cen. C". 9. make meat for t-!iy father, such as he /.

    44. Cti. a child, a little one, and his father /. him Ihiff. VJ. 18. IjJid /. thestran;;er in'.;ivii;^hini food

    -.5. Iti. 1 will not f;o awav because he /. thee Hiilhi. 15. for thv dauuhter-in-law who /. tliee P.vi.'. 11. 5. and him that /. violence his soul hateth 7. for the rn;bteous Lord /. riL'liieousness. 3;>. 5.

    ,'54. 12. what man is he that /. manv dass 1

    37. CH. for tlie Lord /. judi;menf. y-.'. 4.

    i57.2.the Ld. /. L'ateso! /ion more ihan dwellings

    110. l-)0. word is vtrv pure, therefore thy serv. /.

    141). y. Lord openeth the e>es, L

    12. 1. >vliosi) /. instruction, /. kno-.vled:;e

    13. 24. hut he tliat /. hivii, chasteneth him betimes 15. y, he /. him that foUoweth after ri^^hteousness

    12. a s'orner .'. not one that repioveth him 17. 17. a li ieiid /. at all times, anii a brother is horn

    ly. /. t^an^:;re^sioll that /. sirire, he that exaltelh iy. C. i;c- diat ^ett'-ih wisdom/. Ids own soul

    21. 17. he that/, pleasure, he that /. w ine and oil

    22. 11. he tliat /. pureness of lieart, the kint; his Vy. 3. wlioso /. wi,doni reioiceth his father

    y.tel. 5. 10. he hat /. silvi-r, be that /. abundance Vatil. 1.7. tell me, () thou whom mvsoiil /. where 3. 1. bv nii;lit. nmv bed I sought him w horn st ul /.

    2. 1 willan^e and seek him whom my soul/.

    3. to whom I said, saw ve him whom inv soul /. .'

    4. 1 found him whom n'ly soul /. 1 liebl him /'■/. 1. 2;!. every one /.^ifts alio follows after rewards J/10. 10. 11. I.'phiaim as heifer /.to tread out corn

    12. 7. he is a merchant, he /. to opjiress Mm. Ui. 37. that /. faliieror mother, he that /. son J.7ike~,. 5. he /. our natim 47. the same/, little .John .3. 35. the Lather /. t!ie >oii, hath given, 5. 20.

    12. 25. be that /. his lite shall lose it

    14. 21. that hath mv commandments, he it is that /. me. and he that /". me sliall be loved of my 1 ath. 24. be that /. me not. keepeth notmv savings

    10. 27. the Lather himself /. \\\\\\\\ou. because 'loved me Horn. 13. B. he that /. another bat.i fullilled the law 2 Cor. y.7. or of neces^it\\\\\\\', tor 1 1- /.a cheerful givei Kyii. 5. 2B. lie that /. Iiis'wite, /. himself Jlr/>. 12. tJ. for whom the Lord /. he chasteneth

    1 Ji'/in 2. Id. be that /. his broth.tr, ahi ,eth in light 3. 10. he tliat /. not his liiotrier. is not 01 God '

    14. /. not his brother, abideth in death, 4. (i, 20. ' 4. 7. everv one that/, is born ot (jod.and knows G. 21. that he who /. (iod, /. his brother also

    5. 1. that /. him that begat,/, him that is bepotten ,3 Jv/in y. Diotrephes /. to have the lire-eminence

    Jiev. 22. 15. and whosoever/, and inaketh a lie LOVING.

    2 Sam, 19. + 6. by /. thine enemies, hating friends i'lOi-. 5. 19- let her be as the /. hind and pleasant roe

    22. 1. ami /. favour lather tlian silver and gold Jia. 56. 10. sleeping, lying down, /. to slumber

    &■<; KlNU.SKS.s, Kl.ND.NESSES.

    LOW. Vent. 2B. 43. anil thou shalt come down verv /. Judy. 1. -t y. the t'anaanite that dwelt in /. countries

    1 .V;;n. 2. ". the l/.id bringeth /. and litfetli up

    2 Vltrvn. y. 27. as sycamore trees in the /. idains 2n. 10. I zziah had much cattle in the /. country 2ii. 18. I'hilistmes inviided cities of tlie /. country

    ./

    J'.vn/. 4y. 2. liotb bi;;hand/. rich and poor together 62. 9. surely men of /. degree ;ire vanitv 136.23. who remembered us in our / estate

    l'n>t. 29. 23. H mans p, ide shall bring him /.

    >;.-

    Jsa. 1.3. 11. I will lay /. the bauabtiness of terrible

    25. 12. the hnih fort of thv walls shall he lav /

    26. 5. the lotty cil> be hoetb it /. to the ground '!'.>. 4. thv speech sbiill be /. out of the dust

    32. 19. and the ( ity shall be /. in a /. place J.am. 3. 55. 1 called on thy name out ot /. dungeon Lzek. 17. 6. it became aspriMiiing vine of /. stature 24. trees shall know that I hav e e.valted the / tree 21.26. exalt him tint is /. abase him that is high •26.2(1. shall set Ibee in the /. parts of the earth 29. t 14. and they sb.,11 be theie a /. kingdom Luke 1. 4H. he regarded .'. estate of his handmaiden

    52. he hath exalted them of /. degree Mum. 12. 16. but conde.scend to men of/, estate Jam. 1. 9. let ttie brother of /. degree rejoice 10. but the lich in that he is made /. .See Hkoichi. LOW IK pans cj the earth Signify, [1] V/ie lalkys. Isa. 44. 23. [2] The Hate of the dead, Psal. 63. 9. [3] The mulher's

    LUS

    tcomb, Psal. 139. 15. [4] The earth, as t/ielouest part of the -Li.'Me -.cor Id, or the grait and .'late ij the dead, Elih. 4. 9.

    LOWER. Gen. 6. 16. with /. second and third stories make ark Lev. 13. 20. if rising be in sight /. than the skin

    21. and if it be no /. than the skin, 26. y'e'i. 4. 13. therefore I set in the /. places the people Jo/> 12. t 3. 1 fall not /. than vou Pud. H. 5. made bim little /. thkn aneels, Neh. 2.7, 9. 63. 9. shall go into the /. parts of the earth Pro:. 25. 7. sliouhlest be put/, in presence of prince La. 22. 9. ye gathered the waters of the /. pool 44. 23. sing, i"> heavens, shout ye /. parts ot earth I'.ztk. 43. 14. from the bottom even to the /. setile Li'A. 4. y. that he descended first into the /. parts

    LOW L.-sl . Jhnt. .32. 22. and shall burn to the /. hell. 1 A J»"j 12. 31 . made priests /. 13. .33. 2 hnto.> 17- 32. P.'u/. Co. 13. bast delivered my soul from the /. hell 8!i. 6. tliou hast laid me in the /. pit, in darkness 13y. 15. curiously wrouiiht in the /. parts 01 earili l.zik. 41. 7. and so increased from the /. chamber 42. 6. the building was sti aitmed more than tlie/. Liiie 14. 9. thou begin with shame to take /. room 10. but go and sit ilowii in the /. room LOW i. III. J. A 6. 5. wild ass brav, or /. the ox over his focider :

    Lt)\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\ ING. 1 .Sam. 6. 12. the kiiie went along the high-way /.

    15. 14. what meatieth then the /. of the o.\\\\\\\\en :

    LOW LY. Psn/. 1.3H. 6. Lord hii;h. vet hath he respect to /. Pro:, 3. 34. the scorners, but he giveth :.race to /. 11.2. tlien Cometh shame, hut with /. is wisdom

    16. 19. better to be of humble spirit w itli the /. /ech. 9. 9. he is just, /. and riding on an ass Mat. 11. 29. learn of me, tor 1 am meek and /.

    LOW |,1NLS>. J'rh. 4. 2. that ye walk with all /. and meekness Phil. 2. 3. but m /. ot mind, let each esteem other

    LOW him;.

    Mat. 16. 3. foul weather, for the skv is red and /.

    LLC'UF.. 1 Sam. 8. 3. Samnel's sons tin ned after /. took bribes 1 Dm. 3. 3. a bishop not lu'eedv or hlthv /. (i. lit. 1. 7. a bislii p must not be given to f.ltbv /. n. teaclimi; thiiiL'S tlie> onuht not for f ItliV /.

    1 Pit.b. 2. teed dock not 'lor tilth \\\\\\\' /. but read \\\\\\\' mind

    I.IKEWAKM. Pui. 3. 16. so then because tliou art /. LI .MP.

    2 King.i 20. 7. take a /. of tigs and lay, T.

    11. ll'i. if the first truit be holv the /. is holv 1 Cor. 5. 6. a Utile leaven leaveneth the /. Gal. 5. 9. 7. purge out old leaven, that ye mav be a new /.

    LI .■\\\\\\\\1P.•^.

    1 Sam. 25. t IB. Abigail took 100 /. of raisins

    LLNAIIC. Mat. 4. 24. and those which were /. he healed

    17. 15. Lord have iiiercv on m\\\\\\\\ son, tor he is .'.

    LL'KK. I'ri: . 1. 11. come, let us /. privilv for the innocent IB. tlu-v /. privilv tor their own lives 1.1 HKING. 1 Sam, 23. 23, take knowledge fif all the /. places />..«/. 10. 8. he sitteth inthe /. places (f the villages 17. 12. as it v\\\\\\\\eie a \\\\\\\\oung lion /. in secret places LL.>1 .Sign es, [1] Conrvjiicenre, or iinla:.fv! carnal ya.;iioi, and de.urt. 1 Pet, 2. 11. 2 Pet.' 2. 10. [2] 'Ihat ort{/ifuil coni'ition :./)ioh ituhttes mun to .^in andtiil, .lam, 1. 14, 15. 2 Pet. 1.4. 13] 'J'he de.yjntif; of laiijui th.nij.^ to .^npjji'it and ,yat,\\\\\\\'j'i/ Jiainre, Lent. 12. 15, 20, 21. [4] 'The eontinij thinys forbidden, 1 tor. 10. 6. [5] tormpt and inoriir.ate c't-ires and afecti.ms, 1 Pet. 4. 2. The .'-pirit lustetli against die flesh, Cal.5. 17. The Spirit of God itir.< lip motion., and dt.-irt-i in tht saint.' contrail/ 'o tho.'C of the Jfah. or hn'tntued part in nuin, and incline., them to desire and emleui.iir the nii,r dt.'trnctnn of it. Liod. 15. 9. mv /. shall be satisfied on them Sum. 11. t 4. the mi.ved multitude lusted a /. * .34. he called the olace the graves of /. 33.+ 16. and thev pitched at the grave of/. /'.>. 78. IB. tempieoGod bv asking meat for their /.

    3(1. thev weie not eslrai,L;ed from their /. 81. 12. r ga\\\\\\\\e diem uiito liieir own hearts' /. Pom. 1.27. bullied in their /. one lowaid another 7. 7. 1 liad not known /. except the law had said Gal.n. 16. walk in Spirit, v e shall not fultil/.ot flesh

    1 I'hest. 4. 5. not in /. of concupisceiue as (.eniiles Jam. 1. Ihtemi'ted, w hen be is draw 11 ot bisown/.

    15. when /. hath conceived, it briiiijeth hulh sin

    2 I'et. 1.4. escaped con uption tint is in woi Id thro'/. 2. 10. that w alk alter flesh in the /. of micleaiiness

    1 John 2. 16. the /. of the tlish, the /. ot tie e\\\\\\\\e 17. the world passelh awav, and tlie /. tbeieof 1.1 M, I'erh. I'ror. 6. 25. /. not after lit r beaiitv in thv heart .l/<7/.5.2B. whoso lookethona woman to /. after her 1 Cor. 10. 6. not /. aflerevil thingsas thev also lusted Jam. 4. 2. ye /. and have not, ve kill and desire to

    LL.SI in." Svm. 11. 34. there thev buried the people that /. /'■>. 1('6. 14. but thev /.exceedinglv in die wilderness 1 Cor. 10. 6. we should not lust as they also /. Rei. IB. 14. fruits thv .'^onl /. after arc departed

    LL.s; r.rii.

    />fi'C 12. 15. what thv soul /. after, 20. 21. I 14. 26.

    (■al..'>. 17. the tiesh /. aL'ainst the spirit, and the >pi.

    Jam. 4. 5. the spirit that duel leth in us/, to envy H sriNO.

    Num. 11. 4. and the mixed multitude fell a /. LL.-ls.

    ^fark 4. 10. the /. of other things choke the woftl

    ./e/iNB. 41. and the /. of your latlier ve will do

    Pom. I. 24.(io

    LIE

    C(i/.5.24. that are Christ'shavecrucified flesh wilh^. Pph. 2. 3. had our conversation in the /. of thefledl 4. 22. w hich is corrupt accordim; to the deceitful /.

    1 Tim. 6. 9. will be ri( li fall into foolish and hurtful /.

    2 lim. 2. 22, tiee youthful /. but follow righteousn.

    3. 6. lead captive sillv women led awav'w ith /.

    4. 3. after their own /. shall thev heap teachers 'lit. 2. 12. teachiiiL' us that oenying woildlv /.

    3. 3. were disobeitient. Serving divers /. and pleas. Jam. 4. 1. come they not hence, even ot vour /. .'

    3. ye ask that ye may consune it on voui /,

    1 I'et. 1. 14. not fasldoning arcording to former /. 2. II. beseech vou abstain from fleshly /. that war

    4. 2. that he no longer should live to the /.of men

    3. when we walked in lasciviousness, /. excess ot

    2 Pet. 2. IB. they allure through the /. of the tiesh 3.3. shall come scotleis, walking after their ow n /.

    Jude 16. mur.nurtrs. complaiiurs, walkinir after /. IB. who should walk afier their own uniiodlv /. I.LMV. Jadg. 3. 29. thev slew of .Aloab 10,C

    L> -AR, or LIAK. .Toll 24. 25. if it be not so, who w ill make me a /. .' Pioi. 17. 4. a/, giveth ear to a nauglity tongue ly. 22. and a poor man is better than a/. .30. 6. lest he reprove thee, and thou be found a /. Jtr. 15. IB. wilt thou bealtoiietber to me as a/. John B. 44. for he is a /. and the father of it

    55. if 1 say, 1 know- him not, I shall be a /. like to Pom. 3. 4. let Ciod be true, and every man a /. 1 John 1. 10. v\\\\\\\\e have not sinned, we make liima/.

    2. 4. keepeth not his commandments is a /. 4. 20. '.2. viIki is a /. but he that denieth .lesus is Christ

    5. Iv. that believctli not (Jovi, hath made l.im ai

    L1AK.<. llei.t. .33. 29. thine enemies shall be found /.to thee J^-ai. 116. 11. I said in my haste, all men are/. Jsa. 44. '.5. that irusfratttli tlie tokens of the /. Jer. 5ti. 36. a sword is upcu tlie /. they shall dote 1 Tim. 1. lo. law istnade for /. for periured persi ns 'fir. 1. 12. said, theCietians are alway /. evil beasts i.'ti . 2. 2. hast fried them, and hast lound them /.

    21. 8. all /. shall have their part in lake that burns

    LYE. or ].IK. £f ; . 6.2. if a soul /. to his nei:.'hbour in that ly. 11. ve shall not steal, nor /. one to another Xnm. 2.3. ly. ('Od is not a 11 an, that lie slioiild 7.

    1 Sam. 15.29. Strength ot Isr. will not /. nor repent

    2 Ai«y.t4. 16. my lord, do not /. to thy handmaid Joh 6. 28. look on me, for it is evident to you if 1 /.

    34. 6. should I /. against m^- right, mv wound is Psal. 89. .35. once sw oni tliat 1 will not /. to David Prof. 14. 5. ataithtui witness will not /. but a false /•«. 63.8. they are my people, cliihl. that will not/. Mic.C. 11. ifainan walking in falsehood do /. JJah. 2. 3. at the end it -iiall speak and not /. .'Icrso. 3. vihv hath Satan filled thv lieart to / '^ Lorn. 9. 1. 1 sav truth in C hr. 1 /. "not, 1 7,w;.2. 7. 2 Cor. 11. 31. I atherof our Lord knoweth I /. not Gal. 1. 20. which 1 wrote to vou. behold 1 /. ni t Col. 3. 9. /. not one to aiioth. seeing ve have initoff 'Jit. 1. 2. God that cannot /. proioised, Iie/>. 6. 18. Jam. 3. 14. iilory not, /. m t auainst the truth I John 1.6. if we say. we have fellowship wiihbim, and walk in dal Kiies^, we /. and do not the truth Pei\\\\\\\\ 3. 9. which say tin v ;iie .lews, but do /. LILl).

    1 Isinas 13. 18. T am a prophet, but he /. unto lira /^.'«/. 78. 36. they /. i.nto liim with their toii-ues J.'a. 57. 11. of whom been afraid, that tlion hast /. Jets 5. 4. thou hast not /. unto men, but unto God

    LIE I II. Lev. 6. 3. found that was lost, and /. concerning it

    l.W, Siihstantr.e. Signifies, [1] J.lal.'ii.v or nntruih, ,Tudg. 16. 10. r2J liil.e diclrine, 1 .lohn 2. 21. [.3] .hi in aire, or idolatrous npienntation of Cud. Rom. 1. ',5. Psal.C2. 9. and men of high degree are a/. 119. tiy. the proud liave for;jed a/, against me /..«.44. 20. is there not a /. in my riglit band r Jir. 27. 10. they prophesy a /. to vou to remove vou from vour laud, 14. 15, 16. | 29. + y, 21.

    28. 15. tliou iiiakest this people to trust in a /. 2y. 31. and he caused you to irnst in a/.

    37. ♦ 14. then said .leremiah. it is a/. / :./.21. 29. whilst thev divinea /.tothee .1/0-. 1. 14. houses ot Aihzih shall he a /. to kings y.erh. 10. 2. for die diviners ha\\\\\\\\e seen a /.and told .lohn 8. 44. w lien he speakf th a /. he speaketh of Pom. 1.25. who chai.Lied the truth ot (.(xl into a/.

    3. 7. hath more abouiuiid thro' mv /. to his glory

    2 'Jh, ..... 2. 1 1 . delusion, that thev should believ e a /. 1 John 2. 21. ye know that no /. is of the truth

    27. aiiointim; teach, vou of all things, and is no /. Pel. 21. 27. neither w[iatsoever niaketh a /.

    22. 15. viitliout are vU o.soever lov. and mak. a /.

    LI IS. .Tuda. 16. 10. behold, thou hast told me /. 13. ./.A'l 1.3. should thy /. make men hold their peace ^ 13.4. ve are forgers of/. ph\\\\\\\\sicians of no value I'uil. 4'o. 4. respectetii not such as turn aside to /. ."ifi. 3. wickid ale estiang. and ;;o astr.iv. Sjieak /. 62. 4. tbev deliiiiit in /. thev curse inwardiv I'l.i. 11. th'e mouth that speaketh /.sliall he s'toppcd 101. 7. that telleth /.shall not tai rv iiimv sight /').:. 6. ly. 1 .batesa false w iiiu ss that speaketli /. 14. 5. but a false witm-.s will utter /. 25. hut a deceitful witness speaketh /. 10. 5. and he that speaketh /. shall not escape 9. and he that speaketh /. shall perish

    29. 12. if a ruler hearken to /. his servants wicked

    30. 8. remove far tiom me vanity and /.

    I'a. 9. 15. the prophet that teaclie'th /. he is the tail 16. 6. the pi ide of .Moab, but his /. shall not be so 28. 15. for we have made/, our lefuiie

    17. the had shall sweep away the refuge of/. 59. 3. your lips have spokiii / your tcjiguu hath

    4. they trust in vanity, and speak /.

    Jer. 9. 3".lhey bend tiieir tongues liiie their bow for/,

    5. thev have taught their tongue 10 sneak /. 14. 14. the prophets prophesy '. 23. 2.5, 21). 16. 19. surely our fatliers have inlierited /.

    '2ys

    MAD

    Jer. CO. 0. to whom thou hast prophesie

    LYlN(;. Psal. 31. 6. I have hated them that regard /. vani- ties, but 1 tiust in the 1 ord

    18. let the /. lips be put to silence, tliat speak things 52. 3. thou lovest /. rather than righteousness

    59. 12. and for cursing and /. which they sptak 109. 2. they have spoken against me with I. tongue 119. 29. remove from me the way of /. and grant

    163. I hate an

    22. /. lips are abomination to the Lord

    13. 5. a righteous man hateth /. but a wicked man is

    loathsome, and cometh to shame 17. 7. much less do /. lips become a prince

    21. 6. getting of ti'easures by a /. tongue is vanity 26. 28. a /. tongue hateth those afflicted by if

    Jsa. 30. 9. that this is a rebellious people, /. children

    32. 7. he deviseth wicked devices with /. words

    59. 13. in transsressing and /. against the Lord Jer.7.4. trustyenotin/. words, saying, temple of L.

    8. behold, ye trust in /. words that cannot profit 29. 23. because ha%'e S(X>ken /. words in my name £xek. 13. 6. they ha' e seen vanity and /. divination 7. have ye not Sjxjken a /. divmation

    19. by your /. to my people that hear your lies Dan. 2. 9. ye have prepared /. words to speak before Hos. 4. 2. by swearma, /. and killing, they break out Jonalt 2. 8. they that observe /. t anities forsake Eph, 4. 25. putting away /. speak trutli, forsake

    S Thess. 2. 9. whose coming is with /. wonders

    LYlNti .'.pirit. 1 Kinases. 22. 1 will be a/, ipirit in the mouth of all his prophets, 2 C/iron. 18. 21.

    23. Ld. hath put a /. s. in propliets,2 Chron. 18. 22.

    LY1^G. Gen. .34. 7. wrought folly in /. with lacob's daughter Nnm.?,\\\\\\\\. 17. kill woman that hath known man by /. 18. all that have not known man by /. with him, keep ali^e for yourselves, .Judg. 21. 12. 31. .35. women had not known man by /."with him Ilertt. 22. 22. if a man be found /. with a woman Judg, 21. + 11. destroy that knoweth /. with man

    LYING. Gen. 29. 2. there were three flocks of sheep /. by it Eiod. 23. 5. the ass of him that hateth thee, /. Detit.d}. 1. if one be found slain, /. in the field Psal. 139- 3. thou compassest my path anfl /. down Jsa. 56. 10. sleeping, /. down, loving to slumber 3/fl/. 9. 2. brought a man sick of the palsy,/, on bed Mart 5. 40. he entereth in where the damsel was /. XKie2. 12. ye shall find the babe /.in a manger, 16. John 13. 25. he then /. on lesus' breast saith 20. 5. he saw tlie linen clothes /. yet went not in 7. and the napkin not /. with the linen clothes LYING m wait. Josh.H. + 13. there /. in aae/ on west side of the city Jvdff. 9. 35. and Abimelech rose up from /. in wait 16. 9. now there were men /. in wait in the chamb. J,am. 3. 10. he was to me as a bear /. in wait, as lion ActsQO. 19. which befel me by the /. in a. of .lews £3. 16. when Paul's kinsmen heard of their /. in w.

    M.

    MAD

    Signifies, [1] One distracted, or deprived of reason. Acts 2fi. 24. 1 Cor. 14. 23. [2] One dissem- bling madness, and behaving himself foolishly, 1 Sam. 21. 13. [3] One furious with raging zeal in persecTiting , Acts 26. 11. [4] One whose mind is so troubled and perplexed, that he knows not what to do, but acts irregnlarly and eitra- vagantly, Deut. 28. 34. Keel. 7. 7- -ler. 25. Ifi. [5] One who is infatuated, or impetuous and violent in his desires after idols and vanity, Jer. 50. 38. [6] Foolish, deceitful, and lying, Hos. 9. Y.

    Deut. 28. 34. shalt be m. for the sight of thine eyes

    \\\\\\\\Sam. 21. 1.3. and Pavid feigned himself »i. 14. Achish said to his servants, you see man is m.

    S Kings 9. "ly. wherefore came this m. fellow to thee '

    Psal. 102. 8. they that are m. against me are sworn

    Eccl. 2. 2. I said of lauahter it is m. of mirth, what 7. 7. surely oppression maketh a wise man m.

    Jsa. 44. 25. and that maketh diviners m. 69. + 15. he that departeth from evil is accounted m.

    Jer. 25. 16. they -hall drink, be moved, and be ?n. 29. 26. for every man that is m. put him in prison 60. 38. and they are m. upon their idols 51. 7. of her wme, therefore the nations are m.

    //oj. 9.7. theproph. is a fooL the spiritual man ism.

    John 10. 20. hath devil and is 70. why hear ye him ?

    Acts 12. 15. and they said to Khoda, thou art m. 26. 11. and being exceedingly m. against them 294

    MAD

    Acts 26. 24. Pan], much learning doth make thee m.

    25. but he said, I ani not m. most noble Festus 1 Cor. 14. 23. will they not say that ye are m. '/

    MADK. Exod. 2. 14. who «. thee prince over us ? ActsT.^.

    4. 11. L. said to him, who hath m. man's mouth ? 9. 20. m. his servants and cattle tlee into the houses 32. 4. after he had m. it a molten calf, they said

    25. Aaron hiid m. them naked to their shame 31. and have m. them gods of gold, Hos. 8. 4. .39. 42. so the children of Israel m. all the work A'kot. 20. 5. why have ye m. us to come from Egy pt r Deut. 9. "H. 1 took your sin and calf which he hadm. Josh. 8. 15. Joshua and Isr. m. as if they were beaten 9. 4. went and m. as if they had been ambassadors

    14. B. they m. the heart ot the people melt

    22. 28. the pattern of the altar which our fathers m. Judg. 16. 19. she m. Samson sleep upon her knees 25. .Samson m. the Philistines sport, 27. 18. 24. ye have taken away the gods which 1 m.

    1 Sam. 3. 13. his sons m. thems. vile, restrained not

    8. 1. tliat .Samuel ?«. his sons judges over Israel 12. 1. beliold, I have m. a king over you

    15. 17. wast thou not tn. the head of Israel ? Xi. as thy sword hath m. women childless

    27. 10. Acliish said, whither have ye m. roatl to-day

    2 Sam. 13. 6. Amnon lay down and m. himself sicK

    1 Kings 12. .32. sacrificing to calves that he had m.

    15. 12. he removed all idols which his fathers m. 13. she had m. an idol in a grove, 2 Chr. 15. 16.

    20. 34. shalt make streets as my father m. in Sama.

    2 Kings 11. 12. they m. him king and anointed him

    16. 11. as Ahaz sent, so Urijah tlie priest m. it

    1 Chr. 26. 10. yet his father m. him the chief

    2 Chr. 25. 16. art thou /«. of the king's counsel ? 28. 19. for Ahaz m. ludah naked and transgressed .33. 7. set the idol he had m. in the house of God 34. 33. .losiah m. all present to serve the Ixird

    Ezra 5. 14. Shesh-bazzar whom he m. governor A«A. 4. 9. we m. our prayer unto our GckI Esth. 2. 17. Ahasuerus m. her queen inst. of Vashti 9. 1*. they m. it day of feasting and gladness, 18. Job 15. 7. or wast thou m. before tlie hills r Psal. 7. 15. he m. a pit, and is fallen into pit he m.

    9. 15. the heathen are sunk into the pit they m. 52. 7. this is the man that m. not God his stiength

    Eccl. 2. 4. I m. me areat works, 1 builded houses

    5. I m. me gardens || 6. I m. me pools of water Cant. 1. 6. they ni. me the keeper of the vineyards

    3. 10. he m. the pillars of silver, bottom of gold

    6. 12. my soul m. me like chariots of Amminadib Isa. 2. 8. that which their own fingers have m.

    14. 16. is this the man that m. eaiih to tremble ? 28. 15. for we have m. lies our refuge, and falseh. 29.16. shall worksayofhimthat7w.it, he /n. me not 31. 7- which your hands have m. unto you for a sin

    40. + 14. and who m. him understand f

    59. + 2. your sins have m. him hide his face

    8. they have m. them crooked paths

    Jer. 10. 11. the gods that have not ;n. the heavens 12. 10. have m. my pleasant portion a wilderness 18. 4. the vessel that he m. was marred in the hand of the potter, so he m. it again jiiotlier vessel 37. 15. for they hail m. that the prison 41.9. which Asa the king had m. for fearof Raasha 51. .34. Nebuchadnezzar m. mean empty vessel

    Ezek. 13. 22. ye m. the heart of the righteous sad

    17. 16. where the king dwelleth thatwi. him king

    20. 28. there also they m. their sweet savour

    21. 24. ye have m. your iniquity to be remembered 31. 4. waters m. him great, deep set him upon high

    Dan. 5. II. thy father m. master of the magicians 9. 13. yet ni. we not our prayer before the Lord Hos. 2. + 8. silver wherewith they m. Baal

    7. 5. the princes have m. him sick with wine

    8. 6. the workman m. it. therefore it is not God Amos 5. 26. the god which ye tn. tc yourselves Zech. 7. t 11. but they m. their ears heavy

    12. yea, they m. their hearts as an adamant Mat. '9. 22. daughter, thy faith hath m. thee whole, Mark 5. 34. 1 10. 52. Luke 8. 48. I I7. 19.

    15. 6. have m. commandment of G. of none effect 21. 13. called the house of prayer, but ye have m. it

    a den of thieves, Mark 11. 17. Luke 19. 46.

    25. 16. traded and m. them other five talents Luke 12. 14. man, who m. me a judge over you ? Acts 3. 16. and his name hath m. this man strong

    8. 3. as for Saul, he m. havock of the church

    23. 13. more than forty who had m. this conspiracy 27. 40. they hoised sail, and m. toward shore

    Horn. 8. 2. nath m. free from law of sin. and death 1 Tim. 1. 19. concerning faith have m. shipwreck Heb. 7. 19- for the law m. nothing perfect 1 .Tohn 5. 10. he that believeth not, hath m.G. a liar Bev. 7. 14. m. them white in the blootl of the Lamb 14. 8. she m. all nations drink of Ihe wine .See CovKiN.iNT, End, Fire. MADE, meant of God, Lord, Christ. Gen. 1. 7. God m. the firmament and divided 16. m. two great lights, he m. stars, Ps. 136. 7, 9. 25. God m. the beast of the earth after his kind 31. God saw every thing that lie had m. was good 2. 2. God rested trom all his works he had m. 4. God m. the eaith and heavens, Eiod. 20. 11. I 31. 17. Psal. 146. 6. ha. 45. 18. Jer. 10. 12.

    9. m. to grow every tree II £2. m. he a woman

    5. 1. in the likeness of Go<1 m. lie him, 9. 6.

    6. 6. it repented the Lord he had m. man, 7. 8. 1. God m. a wind to pass over the earth

    21. 6. and Sarah said, God hath m. me to laugh

    24. 21. the Xjord had m. his journey prosperous

    26. 22. now the Lord hath m. room for us

    39. 3. the Lord m. all Joseph did to prosper, 23.

    41. 51. God hath m. me to forset all my toil 45. 8. God hath m. me a father to Pharaoh

    9. God hath m. me Lord of all Egypt trod. 1. 21. the midwives feared God, he m. houses

    14. 21. and the Lord m. the sea dry land Lev. 23. 43. 1 771. Israel to dwell in booths

    26. 13. I am T^. your G. and 1 have 771. you go u prig. Num. .32. 13. he 771. them wander in the wilderness Deut. 2. 30. tor the Lord m. his heart obstinate

    MAD

    Deut. 4. 36. ont of heav. he 777. thee to hear his voice

    10. 22. the Lord hath m. thee asthe stars

    11. 4. howhem. the water of the Red sea tooverfl, 26. 19. thee above all nations which he hath 771.

    32. 6. hath he not 711. thee, and established thee

    13. he 771. him ride, m. him suck honey out of rock 15. then he forsook God which m, him, and ro

    Josh. 22. 25. the Lord m. Jordan border between us Judg. 5. 13. he 771. him have dominion over mighty

    21. 15. the Ixird had 771. a breach in the tribes

    1 Sam. 12. 8. and m. them dwell in this place

    15. 35. the L

    2 Sam. 6. 8. because the Lord had 771. a breach upon

    22. 12. he 771. darkness pavilions round about him .36. thy gentleness hatli 771. me great, /^a/. 18. 35.

    1 Kings 2. 24. who hath 77;. me anouse as promised

    10. 9. tlie Lord loved Israel, therefore he m. thee

    king, 14.7.1 16.2.2 Chr. 1. 11.

    1 Chr. 16. 26. but the Jvord m. the heavens, Neh. 9.

    6. Psal. 33. 6. 1 96. 5. I 121. 2. 1 124. 8. 1 134. 3.

    2 Chron. 20. 27- the Lord had 771. tliem to rejoice 26. 5. he sought the 1 ord, God 771. him to prosper

    Ezra 6. 22. Ijird had 771. them joyful, Neb. 12. 43. Job 10. 8. thy hands have 771, me and fashioned me

    16. 7. he hath 771. me weary, thou hast 772. desolate

    17. 6. he hath 771. me a by- word of the people

    28. 26. w hen he 77». a decree for tlie rain, and a way

    31. 15. did not he that 771. me in the womb make

    33. 4. the Spirit of (iod 771. me, and gave me life 40. 19. he that 771. him can make his sword approach

    Psal. 30. 1 . hast not 7/1 . my foes to rejoice over me 46. 8. what desolations he hath 771. in the earth 95. 5. the sea is his and he 771. it || 103. he m. us 105. 28. ho sent darkness, and 771. it dark

    118. 24. tins is the day the Lord hath m. will rejoice

    119. 73. thy hands have 777. me and fashioned me 136. 5. that by wisdom in. the heavens, Acts 14. 15.

    14. and 771. Israel to pass through the midst of it

    148. 6. he hath >7i. a decree which shall not pass

    149. 2. let Israel rejoice in him that 771. him Prov. 16. 4. the Lord 771. all tilings for himself

    20. 12. the Ixird hath 771. even both of them Eccl. 3. 11. he hath 771. every thing beautiful in time-

    7. 29. I found that God hath 771. man upright Isa. 27. 11. he Xhdtm. them will not have mercy

    30. 33. he hath 771. 1 ophet deep and large

    44. 2. thus saith the lord that 771. and formed thee 53. 12. he 771. intercession for the transgressors 66. 2. all these things hath mine hand m. Jer. 8. 8. lo, certainly in vain 771. he it

    29. 26. the Lord 771. thee priest instead of Jehoiada.

    32. 20. and hast 771. thee a name as at this day 38. 16. as the lord liveth, that 771. us this soul

    Z.a77i. 1. 13. he hath 77;. me desolate and faint, 3. 11.

    14. the Ixird hath 771. my strenath to fall

    3. 4. my flesh and my skin hath he 771. old

    7. hath m. my chain heavv || 9.771. my paths crooked'

    15. he hath 771. me drunken with wormwood Ezek. 31. 16. I 771. nations to shake at the sound Jonah 1.9. IfearGod wliohathwi. sea and dry land Zepb. 3. 6. 1 771. their streets wasle, none passeth Mat. 19. 4. he m. them male anil female, Mark 10. 6. Luke 11 . 40. flid not he that 771. that which is without Jtihn 1. 3. without him was not any thing 771.

    4. 1. Jesus 771. more disciples II 46. ne 771. waterwine

    5. 11. he that 771. me whole said, take up thy bed 9. 6. he spat and 771. clay of the spittle, 11. 14.

    19. 7- because he 771. himself the Son of God Acts 2. .36. know that God hath »7i. that same Jesus

    15. 7. yp know that God 771. choice among us 17. 24. "G. that 771. the world and all thing's therein 26. hath 771. of one blood all nations of men

    20. 28. the Holy Ghost hath 77;. you overseers

    1 Cor. 1. 20. m. foolish the wisdom of this world

    2 Cor. 3.6. hath 771. usable ministersof New Testa'n.

    5. 21. hath 771. him to be sin for us who knew no sin Gal. 5. 1. liberty wherewith Christ hath tn. us free Eph. 1. 6. he hath 77/. us accepted in the Beloved

    2. 6. God hath 771. us sit together in heavenly place*- 14. he is our peace w ho hath 771. both one Phil. 2. 7. but 771. himself of no reputation Col. 1. 12. who hath 7/1. us meet to be partakers

    2. 15. he 771. a shew of them openly, triumphing Heb. 1. 2. by whom also he 771. the worlds

    6. 13. for when God m. promise to Abraham Jiev. 1. 6. and hath 771. us kings and priests to God^

    14. 7- and worship him that 771. heaven and earth 7 have, or have I MADE.

    Gen. 7. 4. destroy every living substance I have m. 14. 23. lest thou say, I have m. Abram rich 17. 5. a father of nations have Im. thee, iJo77i. 4. IJ^ 27. 37. Isaac said, behold, / have m. him thy lord

    Exod. 7. 1. see I have m. thee a god to Pharaoh

    2 Sam. 7. 9. 1 have m. thee a great name, 1 Chr. 17. &. 1 Kings 8. 59. wherewith / have 771. supplication

    1 Chr. 29. 19. for the which / have m. provisioa Ezra 6. 11.7 Darius have tn. a decree, 12. Job 17. 13. I have m. my bed in the darkness

    31. 24. if / have m. gold my hope, or have said .39. 6. whose house 1 have m. the wilderness

    Psal. 45. 1. I will speak of things which / Aare »/». Prov. 20. 9. who can sav, I have 711. my heart cleaD Isa. 16. 10. I have m. their shouting to cease

    21. 2. the sighing thereof Aate 7 771. to ce,"»se

    43. 7. 1 have formed him, yea, 7 havem. him, 46.4. 45. 12. I h. m. the earth, and creat. man, Jer. 27. 5. 57. 16. and the souls which 7 have 771. should fail Jer. 1. 18. behold I havem. thee a defenced city 49. 10. but 7 have m. Esau bare, and uncovered Ezek. 3. 8. behold, 7 have m. thy face strong, 9. 17. 7 have m. thee a watchman to house of Israel 13. 22. ye made heart sad, whom 7/iarenot 77i.sa

    MAD

    Thou hast MADK. i^^l'(/. 15. i*. plant tliem in the place which th. h, m. ■-"■). oti. whi'n thou ha.'t m, an atonement tor it Jofh. 'J. 1". this oath which thmi h. m. uaiwear, CO.

    1 Kijips 3.7. t. h. ;ti. tliy servant kin^ instead ot Uav. O. ^^. I have heard thy supplication that tlum h. m.

    2 A'ini'i P.). 15. O Lord ( loit ot" Israel, thou hast m.

    Iieaven and earth, Isi. 37. It). Jtr. ;i-J. 17. ] Chr. CO. 3. word came. savinL', rh. h, m. meat wars Joh 1. 10. r. /;. m. an liedce about liini and Ids house

    10. 0. reniemher that ih"U ha't m. me as the clay Iti. 7. t'lou ha>t !>i. desolate all my company

    P'al 8. 5. thru hast m. him little lower than anuels IH. 4'i. thouha.'t m. me the head oithe heathen

    21. P. th(>u hast m. him mcst blessed t"ore\\\\\\\\er .30. ". thoti ha^t m. mv mountain to stand strong' .3'.). 5. behold, r.'j. u h. m. mv da\\\\\\\\ s as a hand lireadth C.l. 2. t. h. m. th'.- eartli to tremlile, tnou hast broken

    3. thou /irtj/m. UbdriuK tlie wine ot astoniahmcnt 74. 17. thou hii't m. summer and winter Wi. 9. all nations whom t/iou l,n-t m. shall worship 88.8. ih u ha-tm. mean abomination to tlieni 8';'. 42. thou hart in. all his enemies to rejoice 44. t. h. m. his !;lory to cease, and cast his thione 47. wheretore /idjr tlmi m. all men in vain '

    91. 9. because thou hast m. tht- Lord thy habitati>in

    92. 4. th:u, Ld. /;«./ «i. meLdaddirom;h thy Mork 104. 21.tlivworks, in wisdon ha-t tliou m. tiiemall

    2''>. T.eviathaii, whom thou hart /«. to play tht-r.dii 119. 98. tlii-u host III. me wiser than mine enemies

    Isa. 25. 2. for thou ha't m. ot a city an heap, a ruin 4.). 24. but thou, ha-t m. me to serve witii thy sins (i3. 17. l,d. whv th. h. m. us to err trom tliv wavs -

    Jtr. 2. 28. but wdiere are thy iiods that t. h. m. thee •

    11. 22. we wait on thee, tor }. h. m. all these thiiiLS Ziim. .3. 45. t. h. m. us asthe otYicouriuL' and ndnse Ezek. 13. 5. nor ha't t. in, up the hediie in the h,ou-e

    Iti. 24. thvu h. ?H. theeanhish place in everv street 25. tlom hast m. thv beautv to be alihorred

    22. 4. hast defiled iii thy idols which thou hast in. 13. at thy dishonest :;ain which /. h. »;. an I blood

    Jilat. 20.12.but one hour, and <./i.;«.tiiem equal to us Mom. 9. 20. thing formed say, whv //. t. in. me thus Jiev. 5. 10. t. h. m. us to our God kinss and pries s

    MADK ha^te. Gfn. 24. 46. Rebekah m.h. and let down her pitcher 43. .30. loseph m. h. I.iod. 34. 8. Moses in. haste Jui/i;. 13. 10. .Manoah'swit'e m. haste and ran

    1 \\\\\\\\im. 23. 26. Uavid in. h. ■■ 25. 18. -■\\\\\\\\biL:ail in. haste

    2 \\\\\\\\iin. 4. 4. as .Mephibosheth's nurse ?«. ha-l- to liee Psal. 1 1'.l. (50. I m.hnsi.-, antl delayed not to keep thy l.ukt. 19.(5. ZaccheusOT. ha^te and came down

    i>ee IsR.tKi,. Sin, l\\\\\\\\^u^^.^•.

    .M.AIU: mauip'l.

    J vie". 17. nothini: secret that slial I not he m mnnil'.

    John 1. 31. but that he should be in. inanif. to l>rae!

    i. 21. to the lisht, that Ids deeds may bt'm.mavif.

    9. 3. the works ot' (i. should be m. manil. in him l:om. 10. 2i\\\\\\\\ I was in. in. to them that asked not

    pp. 2(5. but now is m. man. to all nations ibrobed. 1 ( or. 3. 13. everv man's work shall be m. inanii'.

    11. 19. that they which are appioved mav be«;. //;.

    14. 25. thus are the secrets ot his heart m. manil'. C for. 4. 10. lite or' Jesus should be m. manij. 11'.

    11. t'l. we have hern throui/hly m. in. amon^'you J'ph. 5. 13. are approved are ni. in. l)y the liJht Col. 1. 2t5. but now is m. maniji't to his .saints C Tim. 1. 10. now m. m. bv the appearin- or' ( h. lUh. 9. 8. wav into the holiest was not vetw. ni.

    1 John 2.19. went out that they mvAn be in. tnanif. llei. 15. 4. tor thv judi:ments are /;;. maiulest

    'M.AUK /.(oce.

    Jo'h. 9. 15. and .loshua m. j.eore w ith them, 10. 1 . 4.

    11. 19. there -.- as not acitv that m.p. \\\\\\\\ul!i Urael

    2 Sun. 10. 19. when the" servants ot" llalarezir

    were smitten, they m. penoj with brael, 1 Chron. 19. 19. 1 Kings 22.44. Jehoshaphat in. peace with Israel

    M.ADi: rfo,/.,/. Oen. 43.25. they .vc, r. the present airain^t noon •!6. 29. Joseph w. rcai/j/ his chari.itto uii'et Israel F.io,/. 1 ). (5. Pharaoh m. leoih/ hiscliarint. and took jVf.'v. (5. 19. and Cideon went in and »i. nat/i/n kid 13. 15. Manoah said, till we have m. ifmli/.x kiii

    1 hini/s t> 7. in. r. helore it was brouLdit tliither

    2 /\\\\\\\'(i/t'.v9. 21. and loram's chariot wa.; //;. nad}/

    1 Chnn. 28. 2. and had m. undy toi- the bidhdn-

    2 Ihfou. .35. 14. atterward the\\\\\\\\ m. r. tor them.-elves I'sdi. 7. 12. he iiath bent his b.iw and ni. it },adij Jlo... 7. 0. they have m. r. tliMr heart like an oven J[lu:. 2(j. 19. tile disciples m. leadij the pH3.',over

    Mark II. 1(5. l.nke 22. 13 Acts 10. !0. while they m. r. Peter tf II into a ti arue 2 Cor. to. 16. boast otihin:js ni. ready to our hand liei. 19. 7. and his wit'.- hath m. hersellV, r;r///

    MA DP s,:eed. 1 /\\\\\\\\/«'7i 12. 18. Rehoboam m. .i.to iret,CC/;r. 10 18

    MAI) 1' io,d. ' Xiini. 30. 12. it' her husband hath utterlv in. roid I'-al. r.o. 39. thou hast in. :-. covenant nl thv verv.

    119. IJti. time to work, tor tliev have//;. :■. tin law Jiom. 4. 14. tor it" Ihev ot law be heirs, faith is"///. ;

    .MAUI', inis..i.el!/. Orn. 49. 24. the arms ot his hands were in. stron" Lev. 22. 5. wherebv he mav ///. be unclean Xum. 4. 2ri. thev sliali bear all tb,,t is /;;. t'l'r them

    (5. 4. lie shall eat notbiuL' tlia' i';//;.otthe vine tree 1 A'/z/pi 8. :«. what supplication be //(.2 <'hr. |5. 20. C Chr. (5.40. ears attend to pi.iv.r//;. in this place' Kzra 5. 17. h't there lie scan h //>. in kin:;'s house

    0. Land search was //;. in tlie bouse ot the rolls

    11. let his house be m. a duuul.ill lor this r..>i/i.5. 14. let a L-allows be///, .t tit'ty

    41. .33. not his like on earth. «ho is m.witho'ut t'car /'>a/. 49. Ifi. be not atraiil when one is,/,, rich

    1.39. 14. I am feartullv and won.lerfullv //,. Prov. 15. 19. the way of the riibleoos is m. plain

    21. 11. S(orneris puiiisheii. the simple is m. wise

    28.2,5. that pulteth trust in the L. shall be m. Cat Icil. 1. 15. what is crooked cannot be »,. straii'ht

    7 3. for by sadness of count, the heart is m. better

    MAD

    F.ccl. 10. 10. a feast is in. for laiiLditer, wine makes lsa.5\\\\\\\\. 12. the son of man, which shall be //,. aMtrass

    til). 8. shall eartli be //,. to brin^ forth in one dav Jer. 19. 1! a vessel that cannot be /«. whole aii'ain

    2ii. 8. the woiil ot the Lord was //,. a reproach Dan. 5. 21. his heart was /«. like the beasts Mat. 4. 3. command that tlie.^e stones be //,. bread

    9. 1(5. and tlie rent is m. worse, Mark 2. 21.

    18. 25. all to be sold, and iiayuent to be //(.

    23. 15. w hen he is ,/,. ye make him twolblii more 25. (5. and at iiiidniLdit there was acrv //;. behold 27. 24. but tliat rather a tumult w a> lii (54. command that the sepulchre be //(. sure 'Mark'!. 27. be said, the sabbath was in. for man l.uke 14. 12. lest a recompence be ,.v. thee 23. 12. same day Pilate and Herod weie/w. t'l lends John 1. 3. all thin::s were m. by him, and without him was not any thini; //,. lliat was ///. 1 I. was in the worlil, the world was /«. bv him 14. tije \\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\ord was /,/. riesh, andiiwelt amdni; us 2. '.1. ruler had tastet the waterthat was m. wine 5. (5. wilt thou be in. whole r I 14. art „;. whide

    8. 3.".. \\\\\\\\ e shall be //,. free , 9. 39. miiilit be //,. blind 17.23. that t'ley may be m. perfect in one

    -if/' 4. 35. distribution was//, .to every man as need 12.5. but pra.ver was//;, without ceitsim.' for Peter

    13. 32. promise wliic h was //,. to our I'adieis. 2(5. (5. 1(5. 13. we Went where prayer was wont to be //,.

    19. 2t5. thev be no L'ods which are //,. with bands Uo.in. 1. 3. "Jesus wb.o was ///. of the seed of La\\\\\\\\id

    20. beiiiL' understood by the thing's that are //.•.

    2. ^Hb. thy circumcision is /,/. imcircumcisioii

    5. 19. many were //,. sinners, many //,. rii^liteous

    (5. 18. beiuLf //(. free from sin, ve became. 22.

    7. 1 3. was tlu-n that\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\liich is uood, //,. death tome r

    9. + 22. \\\\\\\\ essels of wratli //,. up to ilestruction

    2.1. we had bi-eii //,. like to ^odoui and (iomorrha

    10. 111. widithe mouth confession is/,,, to salvation IK 9. let their table be //,. a snare and a trap

    14. 21. nor any thiiii; whereby thy broth, is //,. weak

    1 ( or. 1. 17. lest cross of t'hr. be m of none effect

    30. are in Christ, who of God is //i. to us wisdom

    4. 9. for we are ///. a spectacle to the world to au;;. 13. we are ;/;. as filth of world and otiscouriiiir"

    9. 22. I am //.. all thini;s to all men, that 1 mi-jht 12. 13. have been all //,. to drink into one Spirit

    15. 22. even so in Christ shall all be //,. alive

    45. it is written, the first man Adam was//,, a living soul, last Adam was //;. a ciuickeninL' si>irit

    2 Ci>r. 3. lo. for even that which was//,. :;lorious

    5. l.an hou.se not //,. with hands, eternal in heav.

    21. ini:;ht be /,,. the riLiliteousnesS of God in him 12. 9. niy stren:;th is //,. perfect in weakness

    Ga!. 3. 3! are ye now //;. perfect by the liesli ■ 13. t hrist redeemeii us.beinii //,. a curse for 11s Iti. to .Abrali. and his seed were the promises /,;. 19. seed should come, to whom i^romise was //,. 4.4. sent his Son, /h. of a woman. //(. under law

    li.ph.1. 11. the circumcision in the tlesli ,„. bv hands 13. were far off. are //,. ni^ti by the blood 'of Chr.

    3. 7. whereof 1 was m. a minister, CY. 1. 23, 25. /'/,(/. 2. 7. and was //,. in the likeness of men

    3. 10. beim.' //,. conformable to his death C,'. 1. 20. ha\\\\\\\\ imr ,/,. peace thro' the blood of his cross

    2. 11. with the circumcision »i. without hands 1 lim. 1. 9. the law is not ///. for a riiihteous man

    2. 1. and "i-inu of thanks be //,. for all men Tit. 3. 7. justified by his i;race. we should be //(.heirs llik. 1. 4. beiiiij /H.'so much better than theanyels

    2. 17. it behoved him to be //;. like to his brethren

    3. 14. forweare /,;. iiartakersof ( lirist, if we hold 5. 5. Christ iilorilied not liims. to be//,, hi^h-priest

    9. beiiiL' in. perfect, he became the .-Xuthorof salv. 7. 3. „ . like to the -on of (tod, abideth a ])i iest 1 J. there is m. of necessity a chamjeof the law l(j. in. not after law of a carnal couimandiiient '-0. as not without an oath he was//,, priest

    21. tor th' se uriests weie //,. without an oath

    22. .lesus was'//,, a snretv of a better testament 9.2.tikre was tabernacle in. wherein w as i andlest.

    11. a perfect tabernacle not /,/. with haiios 24. not eiitere'i into holy places //;. with hands

    10. 3. there is a reMiembraiice /„. of sins e\\\\\\\\ ei \\\\\\\\ \\\\\\\\ ear 13. e\\\\\\\\|:ectiiin till Ids enemies be ,„. his foo'ts'lool 33. partiv whilst \\\\\\\\e were/,,, a liazim: stock

    11. 3. were not ///. of tldmjs which cio appear

    31. who ..lit of weakness were //,. stroui;

    40. that thev without us shoiiM not be /,,. perfect 12.23. and tii the -pirits of iust men ,/,. pertect Join. 1. 10. but the rich, in that he is //,. low

    2. 22. and bv works was faith ,,•,. perlect

    3. 9. w hie li are //,. aft. r the similitude of Cod

    1 I'll. 2 7. tl'e same is /„. head of tlie corner

    2 I'll. 2. 12. but these /«. to be taken and destroved i:.r. C. 11. waters, because they were ,/,. bitter

    17. 2. been //,. drunk with w ine of her fornication

    .MADKSl .

    /'.'«/. 8. (5. thou //,. hi'ii bi have dominion over works

    8.1. 15 \\\\\\\\ idt the braiii h that thou //..stroiu: for tiivs.

    17. son of lu.m. whom thou//,, stron;; for ih\\\\\\\\self

    \\\\\\\\-,k. 1(5. 17. and //,. to tin self iuia;;es of men

    20. 7. tlioii /„. all their loins to be at a stand ./..„„/, 4. 10. neither /„. itiiiow. w hirh came up ./.7.21. .38. art not that I'L'vptiaii wliicli „/. upro.u- lleh. 2. 7. thou .■„. him a litile lower than theaiii;els

    MAI)//,/,/,. I .Srt//,.21. 15. brou'jht tl)is fellow to plav the //,. man I'roi.Co. 18. as a /„. mon who c.isteth iirebraiuis MAll ;,.

    1 s«//,.21. 15. have I need of m. /,„„that ve have Jer. 48. 2. 1 1 //,. men thi- sword shall piUbue \\\\\\\\ ou

    M \\\\\\\\n\\\\\\\\ I SS. rifu/. 28. 28. the I ord shall smite thee with //,.

    2 Kinns 9. < 2o. like lehu. for he driv.-th in /«. Err/, i. 17. I L'ave mv heart to know w isdom and //;.

    2. 12. I turned mvself to behold wisdom and //,. 7. 25. toki'.'W the wickedness of b II v. and m.

    9. 3. //,. is in tb.jr heart, while thev live

    10. 13. the end of his talk is mischievous »/. y.eih \\\\\\\\Z. 4. 1 will smile everv horse and rider wdthTTi. l.uke (5. 11. and thev were "tilled with //,.

    2 Pet. 2 10. dumb ass forbade the w. of llie prophet

    MAI

    MAGICIAN. Dan. 2. 10. that asked such things at any m,

    .^LAGIC1A^S. Gen. 41.8. Pharaoii sent and calleil for the m.

    24. 1 t

    w ith their eiu hantuients. 22. I 8. 7, 18

    8. 19. the/n.said to Phaiadi, tiiis is the finireruf G.

    9. 11. the //,. coiilii not stand beiore :\\\\\\\\Ioses 7)n/;.1.2o. hetbimd theui ten times better than all /;;.

    2. 2. then the kin;; commanded to call the //,. 27. the secret cannot the in. shew to the km ''

    4. 7. then came 111 the /„. but did not make known

    9. G Helteshaiizar, master ol the //,. tell me

    5. 11. whom thv father maiie master of the in

    .MAGISI PvA 1 L. Judg. 18. 7. and there was no //,. in the land Luke 12.58. when tiiou L'oest tothe //;. S!iveuili"en;e

    MAG IS PICA IKS. Ezra 7. 25. set /,;. and jud^'es, who mav jud^e Luke 12. 11. when thev biiui voii to tlie //;. " -Jff.s 1(5. 20. they brought Paurand Silas to the //;. 22. and the //,. commanded to beat them .T). the //,. sent the Serjeants, saving', .36. 38. the Serjeants told these worcls to the //;. Til. 3. 1. put them in mind to obev //,. and be read v MAGMl'ICAL.

    1 Chron. 22. 5. tiie house must be exceeding /,;.

    M AGMnCKNCL. -iets 19. 27. and her //;. should be destroved

    .MAGMIY SiLTnities, [1] To declare and sho:.- forth oiie's great- niss and glori/, Luke 1. 46. [2j "7"ii mcrea.-c one Csiiem. ripiiiution, and authority, Josh. 3. 7. 1 4. 14. 1 Chron. 29. 25. Josh. 3.7. Lord said, this day will 1 heuin to //,. thee Joh 7. 17. what is man that thou shouldest tn. him .- 19. '>. if indeed ye will in. yourselves a^'ainst me 36. 24. remember that thou ,/.'. his work men behold I'-ai. 34. 3. <)/,;. the Lord with me. let us e.xalt .35. 26. clothed w ith shame that//;, tliemselv. a:;, me .38. 16. my foot slippeth they //,. theinselv. a^^. me 55. 12. that di.l //,. himself a;;ainst me 69. .')0. and will «,. him with thanks;;ivinir Isn. 10. 15. or saw //;. itself aL'. him that shaketh it

    42.21. he w ill /„. the law and make it honourable* l.-.ek. .38. 23. thus will 1 //,. mvself, and sanctifv Dan. 8. 25. and he shall //,. hiiiiself in his heart"

    11.36. the kim: shall//,, himself above everv god .37. for he shall //,. himself above all Zeeh. 12.7. that thev m. not themselves a£r. Judaii Luke I. 46. Alary said,, my soul doth /,.. the Lord -leti 10.4(5. heard liim speak with tona:ues, and //i.CV. lioin. 11, 13. 1 am an apostle, I ///. mine office

    .%LAGNU'IKI). Cen. 19. p.i. behohl, thou hast //;. thv mercv Jo.Ji. 4.14. the Lord //,. loshua m the siiilit of" Israel

    2 s,,///. 7. 26. let thv name be in. 1 Chron. 17. 24.

    1 C/(r. 29. 25. and the Lord ;/,. Solomon, 2 C/,,. 1. 1.

    2 C/,A)/;. 32. 23. liezekiah was //,. in sisht of all I'sa/. .35. 27. let them sav. let the Lord be ;/,.

    40. 16. sav i(.utir.iiallv,"the Lord be ///. 70. 4.

    138. 2. thou iiast //..thy word above all thv name

    Jtr. 48. 26. tor he rn. himself a:.'ainst the Lord, 42.

    Etek. 35. < 13. Dan. 8. 11 .

    T.ain.-[. 9. beliold. for the eneiiiy ha'h /,;. himself

    /.iph. 2. 8 ami //,. tliemselves auainst their border

    10. //,. themselves auainst people of the L. Mai. 1. 5. I ord will be m. trom the border of Israel .■lets 5. 13. but the people /,;. them

    19. 17. and the name of the 1 ord Jesus was ni. Ehil. 1.20. Chr. be ///. in mv bodv bv life or death

    MALI). ■ " Gen. 16. 2. I prav thee ao in tmto mv m. ITarar

    6. behold, thv //,. is in thv hand, do to her as pleaJ. 8. llasiar, --arai"s //,. wlieiice camest thou r

    29. 24. Laban i:ave /il|iah his ,/,. bi Leah 29. 1 abaii ;;ave Pilliah m be llachel's //,. 31. 3. beh. hi my //,. I ilhah. i;o in unto her

    7. Lai lad's /,;. conceive. I 9. :;ave /ilpah her m. 10. /ilpah. Leah's /),. bare .lacob a son, 12.

    /.'.i,'

    21. 20. if a man smite his /„. with a rod 2i5. ..r tl;e eve of his //,. that it perish

    22. 1(5. if a ii'ian entice a //;. not betrothed

    /.. ; . ■.5.(5. thesabb.oflan.l .shall be meatfor tl:v ,-/•. Deni. 22. 1 t. 1 came to her. 1 foun.i her not a //,. 17. 2 A//,',. 5. 2. had biou-ht awav captive a little //;.

    4. thus and thus said the /,;. that is of Israel /'.//,. 2. 7. and tlie //,. was fair and beautilul ./,./, 31. 1. why then should I think on a m..' I'rov. .30. 19. and the wav of a man with a /«. /.■,/.21.2.itshall be as with //,. so with lier mistress Jer. 2. .12. can a ,//. for;;et her ornaments '

    51.22. I will break the yoiim; man aii.l the //,. .•ln'o~ 2. 7. a mall and ids lather eo in t.ithe s.mie >/;. .1/,,/. o.o| „|^p place, b r the /„. is ir t dea.l

    25. iie took her bv the haml. and the //,. arose 26.71. an.th./„.saw him. Mark 14.(59. Euke'2'Z.X.

    Luke 8. 51. and he calle.l. s.ivin-, m. arise

    MAII>->. /,'..//,. 2. 9. he I'ret'erred her and her ,/,.to best place ./. /, pi 15. ii'v //,. count me f.r .1 ■Iramier lam 5 11 tii'ev ravished the ,/,. in I ilits of Judali / -, k o. 6. sl.iv'utterlv both /,;. aii.l little (Jiil.lren ,\\\\\\\\„/<.2.7. lier/«.sliall lead her with v oit e of ihiv e-S /.eeh o 17 make voiin;; mem beerful. new wine /n.

    " MAIl)-,//;A/. Lei- 12.5. if she beara m -child unclean two weeks

    M AIM 1 \\\\\\\\ . ('■en. 30. 18. I have aiveii my in. to my husband Judg. 19. 2L behoM. here is my (lau:;hter a >n. 'JChron. .3(5. 17. nocompa.ssioii on yoiiuL' man or ni.' /,//,. 2. l.'i. thus came every //,. to the kiiu; /'.-///. 12.3. 2. as the eyes ot a in. to her mistress l.uke 8.51. lie sut":ere

    .MAIDLNS. E.rod. 2. 5. her m. walked alonL' by the river A't/M 2. 8. but abide liere fast by my m.

    22. it is ;;ixh1 that thou go out with his m.

    23. so she kept fast by tlie tn. of Boaz

    295

    MAK

    Sam. 9. 11. they found m. going to draw water Esth. 4. 16. I ano my m. will fast likewise Jod 41. 5. wilt thou bind him for t/it/ m. '/ Psal. 78. t)3. their m. were not given to marriage 148. 12. young men and m. praise the Lord /'roz: 9. :l. she hath sent forth her m. she ciieth 27. 27. and for the maintenance for thy m. .31. 15. and shegiveth a portion to her m. Eccl. 2. 7. I got me servants and m. and had serv. £.zek. 44. 22. they shall take m. of seed of Israel iMke 12. 45. shall begin to beat nien-ser\\\\\\\\ants and m.

    MAID-SF.KVANT. Exod. 11.5. even to the first born of the m.-senant 20. 10. thy /n.jeri. sliall do no work, Deul. 5. 14. 17. shall not covet thy neighbour's wile, nor m.-s. SI. 7. if a man sell hisdaugiiter to be a m.-senani 27. if he smite out his m.-tervant's tooth, he shall 32. if an ox push a m.-s. he shall give .30 shekels Deut. 5. 14. that tliy m.-.t. may rest as well as thou 21. neither shalt thou desire thy neighbour's m.-s. 12. 18, eat them, thou and thy m.-serv. 16. 11, 14. 15. 17. to thy m.servnnt thou shalt do likewise Jvdg. 9. 18. made Abinielech son of his m.-s. king Job .31. 13. if I Old despise the cause of my m.-s. Jer. 34. 9. let man-servant and m.-s. go free, 10.

    MAIU-SliRVAMS. Gen. 12. 16. Al ram had m.-s. and she-asses, 24. 35. 20. 17. Ood healed Abimelech's wife and m.-s.

    30. 43. .lacob had much cattle and m.-servants

    31. 33. Laban entered into the two m.-s. tents I)ent. 12. 12. ye shall rejoice, ye and your m.-s.

    1 Sam. 8. 16. and he shall tAke your m.-servants SSam.f). 22. of the m.-s. shall I be had in honour

    2 Kings 5. 26. is it a time to receive m.-servants ?

    MA.IE.STY Signifies, [1] The infinite diffnitp and glony of God, Psal. 104. 1. Jude 25. [2] The pomp, spletidour, and grandeur of earthly princes, Ksth. 1. 4.

    1 Chran. 29. 11. thine, O Lord, is the power and m. 25. and bestowed upon him suth royal m.

    Esth, 1. 4. w hen he shewed the honour of his m.

    Job 37.22. with Cod is terrible m. 40. 10. deck thyself now » ith m. and excellency

    Psal. 21. 5. honour and m. hast thou laid on him 29. 4. the voice of the Lord is full of m. 45. 3. with thy glory an

    Jsa.i. 10. hide thee for the glory of his w. 19,21. 24. 14. they shall sing for the m. of the Lord 26. 10. and will not behold the m. of the Lord

    £«*. 7.20. as for beauty of ornament, he set it in m.

    Dan. 4. 30. that I built for the honour of my m.

    30. and excellent m. was added unto me

    5. 18. God gave Nebuchadnezzar thy father m.

    19. for the m. he gave him, all people trembled

    Mic. 5. 4. feed in m. of the name of Lord his God

    Heb. 1.3. he sat down on the right hand of m. 8. 1.

    2 Pet. 1. 16. but were eye witnesses of his m. Jude 25. to the only wise God be glory and m.

    MAIL. I Sam. 17. 5. he was armed with a coat of m. 38.

    MAIMRD. Jiei: 22. 22. blind or m. ye shall not offer to the Ld. Mat. 15. .30. having w ith tliem those that were m.

    31. wondered when they saw the m. to be whole

    18. 8. better to enter into life m. Mark 9. 43. Lnke 14. 13. when thou makest a feast, call the m.

    21. bring in hither the poor and m. halt and blind MAIN. Acts^. 40. they hoised up the m.sail to the wind

    MAI MAIN Signifies, [1] To uphold and preserve, Psal. 16. 5. [2] To repair, 1 Chron. 26. 27. compared with 2 Kings 12.5. [3] To p/earf, Psal. 140. 12. [4] To profess and practi.'e, '] it. 3. 8, 14. [5] To prove or argue, .lob 13. + 15. [6] To make, Psal. 9. +4. 1 Kings 8. 45. m. their cause, 49, 59. 2 Chr. 6. .35, .39. J Chron. 26. 27. they dedicate to m. the house of L. Job 13. 15. but I wfll m. mineown ways before him Ps. 140. 12. Lord will m. the cause of the afflicted Tit. 3. 8. might be careful to m. good works 14, let ours also learn to m. good works for uses MAINTAINED. Psal.9. 4. for thou hast m. my right and my cause

    MAINTAINEST. Ptal. 16. 5. Lord is my portion, and thou m. my lot

    MAlKlENANCE. Eira 4. 14. because we have m. from the king J*r«i;. 27.27. and for them, for thy maidens

    MAKE Signifies, fl] To create, frame, or fashion. Gen. 1 .31, Exo

    11. 3. let us m. brick || 4. let us m. nsa name

    12. 2. 1 will m. of thee a great nation, and 1 will

    bless thee, 21. 18. |40. 3. Eiod. 32. 10. 4. let us m. us a name, lest we be scattered 3.3. 10.1 willm. thy seed as the dust of the earth 17. 6. I w ill m. thee exceeding fruitful. 48. 4. 17.20. I willCT. Ishmael fruitful, T will m.

    19. 32. let lis m. our father drink wine, .34. .£0. 4. I will m. thy seed as the stare of heaven

    27. 4. Isa. said, m. me savoury meat, such as I love 28.3. G. Almighty bless thee, and m. thee fruitful

    32. 12. I will m. thy seeil as the sand of the sea i ^' "'■ ■* * marriai-es with us, and give daughters .30. ye m. me to stink among the inhabitants

    35. 1. go to Bethel, and m. fliere an altar to God 3. I w ill m. there an altar unto God 40. 14. and m. mention of me to Pharaoh 296

    MAK

    Gen. 47. 6. in best of the land m.thy father to dw. 48. 20. God m. thee as Epiiraim and Manasseh

    Ejod. 5. 16. no straw given, they say to us, m. brick '2. 4. shall m. your count for the lamb iB. 16. I do m. them know the statutes of God

    20. 4. thou shalt not m. iiftto thee any graven image,

    or 1 ikeness. Lev. 26. 1 . IJeut. 5. 8.

    23. ye shall not m. with me gods of silver

    24. an altar of earth shalt thou m. unto me

    25. if thou wilt m. me an allar of stones

    22. .3. for he shouhl m. full restitution, 5, 6, 12.

    23. 13. m. no mention of other gods. Josh. 23. 7. 27. 1 will m. enemies turn their backs to thee .33. shall not dwell, lest they m. thee sin against me

    25. 8. m. me a sanctuary || 9. so shall ye m. it 28. 2. thou shalt m. holy gannents for Aaron, 4.

    4. these are the garmcuts w hich they shall m. 40. for Aaron's sons thou shalt m. coats, girdles 42. thou shalt m. them linen breeches

    30. 1. thou shalt m. him an altar of shittim-wood 25. thou shalt m. it an oil of holy ointment

    .37. as to perfume, you shall not m. like to it

    31. 6. that they m. all that 1 commanded, 35. 10.

    32. 1. up, m. us gods to go before us, 23. Acta'J. 40. 10. I will m. of thee a great nation

    .33. 19. I will m. my goodness pass before thee 34. 10. and m. thy sons go a whonoK after their gods

    17. thou shalt notm. molten gods. Lev. 19. 4. .30. 0. neither man nor woman m. any more Lev. 5. 10. he shall m. amends for the harm done

    11. 4.3. not m. yourselves abominable, 20. 25.

    19. 28. not m. any cuttings in your flesh for dead

    21. 5. they shall not m. baldness, Deul. 14. 1.

    20. 9. I V ill m. you fruitful, and multiply you 19. I will m. your heaven as iron, earth as brass 22. beasts, which shall m. you few in number

    27. 2. when a man shall m. a singular vow- Num. 5. 21. the L. m. thee a curse, m. thy thich rot

    6. 7. he sliall not m. himself unclean for his father 25. the Lord m. his face to shine upon thee

    8. 7. let them wash, and so m. themselves clean

    14. 4. let us m. a captain, and return to Egypt

    12. I will m. of thee a greater nation than they

    16. 13. except thou m. thyself a prince over us 30. if the Lord m. a new thing and the earth open 38. let them m. them broad plates for the altar

    17. 5. 1 will m. to cease from me the murinurings

    21. 8. m. thee a fiery serpent, and set it on a pole .30. 8. he shall m. her vow of none effect

    31. 23. ye shall m. it go through file and wafer Vent. 1.11. Lord m. you a thousand times more

    13. and I will m. them rulers over you 4. 10. I will m. them hear my words to fear me 16. lest ye m. you a graven image, 2.3.

    7. 3. nor shalt thou m. marriages with them

    8. 3. m. thee know that man livelh not by bread

    20. 11. if it m. thee answer of peace, and open to

    12. if it will m. no peace with thee, but war

    26. 19. torn, thee high above all nations he made

    28. 11. the Lord shall m. thee plenteous, .30. 9.

    13. Lord shall m. thee the head, and not the tail

    32. 26. »/. the remembrance of them to cease .39. I kill, and I m. alive, 1 wound, and 1 heal

    Josh. 1.8. tliou shalt m. thy way prosperous 0. 18. lest ye m. yourselves accursed, and m. the eamp of Israel a curse, and trouble it

    7. 19. and »«. confession to him, Etra 10. 11.

    22. 25. so shall your children m. our child, cease 2.3. 12. and shall m. marriages with them

    Judg. 10. 25. Sam?on, that he may m. us sport Buth 4. 11. L. m. the woman like llachel and Leah

    1 Sam. 1. 0. provoked her sore, to m. her fret 2. 8. and to m. them inherit the throne of glory

    24. ye m. the Lord's people to transgress 29. to m. yourselves fat w ith chiefest offerings 6. 5. ye shall m. images of your emerods 7. m. anew cart II 8. 5. m. us a king to judge us

    8. 22. hearken to them, and m. them a king

    12. 22. L. will not forsake, because it hath pleased the lord to m.you his people, 1 Chron. 17. 22. 25. 28. the Ixjrd will m. my lord a sure house 28.2. I will m. thee keeper of mine head for ever

    29. 4. m. this fellow return that he may go again

    2 Sam. 7. 11. that he will m. thee an house

    21. hast done these things, to m. thy servant know 2.3. to m. him a name H 13. 5. and m, thyself sick

    15. 20. should I m. thee go up and down with us.'

    23. 5. all my desire, though he m. it not to grow

    1 Kings 1. 37. m. his throne greater than David's 47. Go

    2. 42. did 1 not m. thee to swear by tlie Lord 8. 29. mayest hearken to the prayer which thy ser- vant shall m. toward this place, 2 Chr. 6. 21. 33. shall confess thy name, pray, and m. suppli- cation to thee in this house, 47. 2 Chron. 0. 24.

    11. 34. 1 will m. him prince all the days of his life

    12. 9. m. the yoke lighter, 10. 2 Chron. 10. 10. 10. 3. I will m. thy house like the house of .lero-

    boam the son of Nebat, 21 . 22. 2 Kings 9. 9.

    17. 13. and after m. for thee and for thy son 19. 2. if m. not thy life as the life of one of them

    2 Kings 4. 10. let us m. a little chamber on the wall 5. 7. am I God to kill and to m. alive ?

    6. 2. let us m. a place, where we may dwell

    7. 2. if Lord would m. windows in heaven, 19.

    9. 2. m. him arise up, and anoint him king

    10. 5. we will not m. any king, do that is good

    18. 31. m. an agreement with me, ha. .36. 16. 21.8. nor will I m. feet of Israel move any more 23. 10. that no man might m. his son or daughter to

    pass through the fire to Molech, Ezei. 20. 31.

    1 Chron. 11. 10. all Israel to m. him king, 12. 31, .38. 17. 21. torn, thee a nameofpreatn. and lenibleness

    21. 3. Lord m. his people lOO times so many more

    28. 4. he liked me to m. me king over Israel

    29. 12. O Lord, in thine hand it is to m. great

    2 Chr. 7. 20. will m. it a proverb among all nations

    11. 22. for he thought to m. him king

    25. 8. God shall m. thee fall before the enemy Ezrafi.R. 1 m. a decree what ye s all do, 7. 13,21. y'eh. 8. 15. fetch branches of thick trees to m. booths Esth. 4. 8. go in to the king to m. supplication to him

    MAK

    Esth. 7. 7. Haman stood up fo m. request for his life 9. 22. they should m. them da^'s of feasting and joy Job 5. 18. he woundeth and his hands m. whole

    8. 5. m. thy supplication to the Almighty, 22. 27.

    9. .30. and if 1 m. my hands never so clean

    11. 3. should thy lies m. men hold their peace ?

    13. 23. m. me to know iny transgression and sin

    19. 3. that ye m. yourselves strange tome

    24. 25. if it be not so now, who will m. me a liar? 31. 15. dill not he that made me in womb m. him r .34. 29. he giveth quietness, who then can PI. trouble .' 35. 9. they m. the oppressed to cry, they ciy out 40. 19. can m. his sword to approach to him

    41. 3. will he m. many supplications to thee ? Paal. 5. 8. m. thy way "siraiglit before my face + 10. m. them uuilty, O (iod, let them fall 6. 6. all the night m. ! my bed to sw im

    20. +3. the Lord m. fat thy burnt sacrifice

    21 . 9. thou shalt m. them as a fiery oven in anger

    12. therefore thou shalt m. thcni turn their back

    22. 9. thoudiilstm. me ho|)e when on breasts C.5. + 14. he will m. them know his covenant

    31. 10. m. thy face shine on thy servant, 119. 1.35. 34. 2. my soul shall m. her boast in the Lord

    39. 4. Lord, m. me to know mine end and days 8. m. me not the reproach of the foolish

    40. 17. m. no tarry ing,70.5. ||41.3.will m.all his bed 45. 17. I will m.thy name to be remembered AS. 4. the streams shall m. glad the city of God 51. 0. in hidden part shalt m. me know wisdom

    8. ni. me to hear joy and gladness, that the hones 57. 1. of thy wings, will I m. m^ refuge, 61. + 4. 06. 2. sing forth his name, m. his praise glorious

    8. ye people, m. the voice of his praise to be heaid

    83. 2. tor to, thine enemies m. a tumult 11. m. their nobles like Oreb and Zeeb

    13. O -my GckI. m. them like a wheel

    84. 6. through the valley of Baca, m. ita^'ell 89. 27. also 1 will m. him my first-born

    29. his seed also will 1 m. to endure for ever 90. 13. m. us glad, according to the days afflicted 110. 1. until 1 m. thine enemies thy footstool, Mai. 22. 44. Mark 12. 36. Luie 20. 43. ActsQ. .35. Heb. 1. 13. 115.8. they thatm. themare like unfothem, 1.35. 18. 119. 27.OT.me touiideistand the way of thy precej'ls .35. m. me go in the path of thy commandments 1.32. 17. there will 1 m.the horn of David to bud 1.37. + 7. m. bare even to the foundation 1.39. 8. if 1 m. my bed in hell, thou art there 142. 1. to the Lord did 1 m. my supplication Prov. 6. 3. go humble thyself, and m. sure thy friend

    14. 9. fools m. a mock at sin, but among righteous 20. 18. and with good advice m. war

    25. it is a snare alter vows to m. enquiry

    22. 21. that I might m. thee know the certainty 24. m. no friendship with an argry man

    23. 5. for riches certainly m. t^»•^lselves wings

    27. 11. my son, be wise, and m. my heart glad .30. 20. yetm. they their houses in the rocks

    Eccl. 7. 1.3. who can m. that straight which he

    10. not right, over-much, nor m. thyself over-wise Jsa. 1. 15. w hen ye m. many prayers, I will not hear

    16. wash you. m.you clean || 3. 7- "i. me not a ruler

    6. 10. m. the heart of this people fat, ears heavy

    7. 6. and let us m. a breach therein for us

    t 11. m.thy petition deep, or in the height above 10.23. the Jjord of hosts shall m. a consumptiou

    11. 3. and shall m. him of quick understanding

    15. and shall m. men go over dry shod

    12. 4. m. mention that his name is exalted

    13. 12. 1 w ill m. a man more precious than gold

    10. 3. m. thy shadow as the night in noon-day

    25. 6. Lord m. to all people.a feast of fat things 27. 5. that he may m. peace with me, and he shall

    28. 9. whom shall he m. to understand doctrine f 29- 21. thatm. a man anofl'ender for a word .32. 6. to m. empty the soul of the hungry

    .38. 16. so wilt thou rec-over me and m. me live

    40. 3. m. straight in the desert a highway for our

    God, Mat. 3. 3. Mark 1. 3. Lule 3. 4.

    41. 18. I will m. the wilderness a pool of water

    42. 15. I w ill m. the rivers islands, dry up pools

    16. I will m. darkness light before them

    21. he will magnify and m. the law honourable

    43. 19. 1 will e\\\\\\\\eu m. a way in the wilderness

    44. 9. they that m. a graven image are vanity

    45. 2. and m. the crooked places straight

    7. 1 m. peace and create evil,! the L. do all things t 13. and 1 will m. straight all his ways

    14. they shall m. supplication to thee

    46.5.to whom will ye m.me equal, and compare me 47. 2. m. baretheleg, uncover the thigh, pass over 48. 15. and he shall m. his w ay prosperous

    49. 11. and I will m. all my mountains a way

    50. 2. behold 1 m. the rivers a wilderness

    51. 4. I will m. my judgments to rest fora light

    52. 5. they that rule over them, m. them to how]

    53. 1(1. when thou shalt m. his soul an oftering

    54. 12. I ^yill m.thy windows of agates, thy gates

    56. 7. I will m. them joyful in my house ot prayer

    57. 4. against whom m. ye a wide mouth ?

    58. 4. to m. your voice to be heard on high

    11. and the Lord shall m. fat thy bones

    60. 13. I will m.the place of my feet glorious 15. 1 will m. thee an eternal excellency

    17. I will m. also thy officers peace and exactore

    62. 7. till he m. .lerusalem a praise in the earth

    63. 6. and I will m. them drunk in my fury

    12. the water to m. himself an everlasting name 14. lead thy people to m. thyself a glorious name

    04. 2. to m. thy Dame known to thy adversaries 60.22. as new earlii which I will m. shall leinain

    Jer. 4. .30. in vain shalt thou m. thyself fair

    5. 14. 1 will ni. my words in thy mouth fire 0. 26. m. thee mournin;.', as for an only son

    7. 16. nor m. intercession to me for this people 9. 11. 1 willm. .lerusalem heaps and den of dragons 1.3. 16. he turn it, and m. it gross darkness

    15. 20. I will m. thee a fenced brasen waj

    10. 20. shall a man m. gods to himself, and no gods 18. 4. as seemed good to tlie potter torn, it

    MAK

    Jer. 19. 7. T will m. void counsel of Judah and Jeru.

    IC. 1 will even m. tliis < itv as lophet CO. 4. 1 will 711. thee a terror to tliyselt' 22. 6. vet surely 1 will m. tliee a uiiderness 23.16. hearken not to the prophets, tliev m. vouvain C6. 6. then will I m. this liouse like >hiloh CT.C.'w. thee hondsanil yokes, put them on thy neck

    18. let them n'>w /«. intercession to the Lord C9. IT. hehold, 1 will ,„. them like vile tis;s C'J. the l.cni m. thee like Ze.iekiah and .-\\\\\\\\hab 34. 17. I will w.yoii he removed into all kingdoms 44. IJ. did we /«. her cakes to worship her r 48. iti. m. ve him drunken, tor he maiiniried himself 40. 1,5. 1 will m. thee small amoni: the heathen 51. Co. I will m. thee a liurnt mountain 'M>. and m. her sprimi'^dry 1] .V}. m. thein drnnken 57. I will m. driiuk li.r princes and wise men ham. '^. t ','1. this I III. to return to mv heart F.:ek. 4. 9. /«. hiead thereot , ". C:!. iii. a chain 14.«. I will m. liim a siun and a proverb, and cot off

    16. 4:. 1 will m. mv t'urv towaid thee to rest IH. :il.anrl ;«. voii a new iieart, aiiil anew spirit 'Z\\\\\\\\. 10. it is tiiriiished. should we then m. mirth -

    t '-". perverted, perverted, perverted will 1 ni. it C:. :)0. soui;ht a man tiiat should in. up the hedue 'J4. 17. m. no mouinin:; tor the dead, hind the tire •Jo. 4. and m. her like the top of a rock, 14.

    CI. 1 will m. thee a terror, thou sijalt he no more ."C. 7. I will //,. the stars thereof ilaik, K. M. C6. and 1 will m. them and places a hlessinc .ST. 19. m. them one stick, shall lie one in my hand

    CC. i w ill III. them one nation in the laud 44. 14. I will m. them keepers of charge of house Villi. 4. C5. sliall m. tliee to eat urass a> oxen, HC. 8. 16. ni. this man to understand tlie i ision. In. 14. 9.C4. seventv weeks torn, rei onciliation for initiui. 11. ;i5. somj shall fall to i„. them white

    44. heshall ao utterly to purple and m. awav manv llos. C. :!. lest I m. her as a wilderness, and slav her

    6. 1 will m. a wall, that she shall not luid herpath

    18. and I will m. them to lie down sateU-

    7. 3. thev m. the kin- -lad with their wickedness

    10. 11. I'witl m. I'.pliraim ride, Judah shall plow 11,B. how shall m. thee as Adma. s.et thee as /ehoim IC. '.». 1 will yet m. thee dwell iu tahernacles

    Joe/ •2. r.l. nor will 1 m. vou a repioa

    '.). U. th-v sliall III. i;ardtns, and eat fruit of them Mic. :i. 5, the prc.pheis that in. mv people err

    4. 7. 1 will m. her that halted a "remnant

    0. 13. tlierel'ore I will m. thee sick in S'nitini thee .Vn/i. 1. 11. 1 will m. thv Lirave, forth,.!, art vile

    3. 6. I will c,,st tiltli (111 thee, and m. thee vile

    l.').w.thyselt many as the caukerwonn, or locusts Iltih.-:.':. write the vision.aiul in. it plain upon tables

    3. 10. he will ,n. my teet like hinds' feet y.iph. 1. IH. for he shall m. even a speedy riddance

    3. CO. for 1 will m. you a name an.l a praise JIati. C. C3. sailh the Lord, I will in. thee a sisnet y-(cli. 10. 1. so the I.ord,,liall m. bri^'ht clouds'

    IC. C. I will ni. Jerusalem a cup of trembling: 3. in that dav will I m. Jerus. a burdensome stone Mai. C. 15. di.l not he m. one i \\\\\\\\ et had tlie residue

    3. 17. in that day when I m. up my Jewels Mat. 1. Id. not willin- to ;«. her a public example

    4. I'.i, I will /;,. vou lishers of men, Mark 1. IT. :t. .'io. thou canst not m. one hair white or black

    8. C, behold, a leper said, lord, if thou wilt, thou

    canst in. me (lean, Mark 1. 40. f.nke 5. IC IC. 33. m. the tree -i'od.7H. the tree corrupt

    17. 4. Peter said, Lord, if tliou wilt, let us m. here

    three tabernacles, Mark o. 5. I ,uke o. 3i. C3. It. tor pretence /«. Ion- praveis, MarkVi.W. 15. to in. I ne proselvtc . and when he is made 25. \\\\\\\\ e m. clean the outside of (he cup, Luke 1 1. 39.

    25. CI, 1 will w.thee ruler "Ver manv thim^s 27. 65. jro your way, m. it as sure asVe can

    Mark ,5. :i

    I.uke 5.34. can ve m. chihlreii ..f l.ii le-

    11. 40. di.l lie "not //I. that which is within also -

    11. 18. all with one consent be:;an tow. excuse 1,7. ly. /«. me as nne of thy hiieil si-rvants

    l;i. 9. m. Irieiidsof the mammon of umiirhteousiiess Jalm 1. C3. m. strai^jht the wav of ilie lord

    2. 16. OT. not my lath.-r's house house of mercliand. tj 15. an

    8. :iC. know truth, and the truth .shall m. vou free :ili. It the Son m. you tree, ve sliall be free indeed

    10. 24. how I..11- dost thou m. us to doubt r

    14. C3. we will come and m. our aboile with him jlcis C Cit. m. me tuU of jov with thv countenance

    9. 31. Peter Saul to him, arise and in thv bed

    26. 16. to,,,, thee a minister and a witness 24. I'aul, much learniim doth „;. thee mad

    livm. 3. 3. „(. the faith ot (.od without etfec ( 31. do we then ,„. void the law throu^li faith ?

    9. CI. power to m. one vessel unto honour 28. short w.irk will the Lord ,„. on the earth

    13. II an.l ni. not provisi.in h.r tlie (iesli U.4. |..r (I0.I is able t.i „/. him stand

    19. follow the thiuiis which ,n. for fieace

    15. Cii. to ,„. a certain conlrlliiition tor the poor

    1 Cor. Ii. 15. and m. them the members of a harlot

    8. 13. if meal ,„. my broth, .r to ottend

    10. 13. with temptati.in als.i ,„, a way to escape eC«r. C.C.it 1 ,„.y..ut..rry, who then maketh ylad r

    9. 5. and „,. up b,-t..ielianil vimr boiuitv 8. an.l (;o,l is able to ,„. all trac- ab,)un.l

    12. 17.

    3. 17. that it shoulil m. the promise of none eft'ert

    6. 12. as many as ilesire to ,„. a t-dr shew in tiesh hp'i. 2. 15. to,,,, in himself of twain one new man

    1 v,'/'«'.r. 3. 12. the Ijinl m. you to in, rease in love

    2 lhe.

    4. 5. m. hill proof of Ihv ministry

    Ileh. 2. 10. to ,„. the Capt'ainof their salvation perf. 17. to m. reconciliation tor the sins ,n' the people

    7. 25. he ever liveth to m. intercession for them «. 5. m. all thini;3 acconliuL' to pattern shewed 9. 9. could notm. liiiii that did service perfect

    M A K

    l{eh. 10. 1. m. the comers thereunto peifect 12. 13. an,l „,. straijiht paths for your feet 13. CI. ,H. you perfect in every good work toilowill

    Jam. 3. 18. is sown in peace, of them that ,n. peace

    1 I'tt.o. 10. the (701I of all ;.'race in. you perfect

    2 Ptt. 1. 10. in. y.ini callini,^ an.l election sure

    1 Jo/iii 1. 10. we in. him a liar, his word is not in us iiVc. 3.9. I will ,«. them worship betore thv I'eet

    12. I will ,„. a pillar iu the temple of mv {iod 10. 9. eat it, anil it shall ,«. thy belly hitler

    11.7. shall m. war auainst them, and" overcome

    12. 17. went to,H. wa'r with the remnant of her seed

    13. 4. saviuK. who is able t.i „,. war with him r 14. that they shoulil „(. an iniau'e to the beast

    19. 11. in righteousness he ilotli judge and „,. war 21. 5. behold, 1 „,. all things new.

    .i^ee .-XrEAip, .Aton i;.mkni , t ovtN.iNT, Dt;so-

    L.\\\\\\\\T£, Uesol.m'Iiis, Ksii, I'iKi:, (iouu.

    .M.AkL. /la.-ie.

    Dfvt. .32. .35. the things that come on them m. Iiaite

    Jndn. 9. 48. anil said, in. Jia^te and lio as I have ,lone

    1 Sam. 9. 12. behohl, he is before you, in.ha^re now

    2 I '/iron. .35. CI. for (iod conimaii,le,l me t,) ,„. lui'ie Ktt\\\\\\\\l). 10. .A. A CO. C. cause me to answer, for this 1 m./ui'ie P^a/.Sa.H'i. m./ia^ielo help me, O l.i'rd. mv sal- vation, 40. 13. 170. 1. I 71. IC.

    70.5. 1 am poor and nee.lv, „(./(«.'/r uiit>i me, 141.1. I'ro:. 1. 16. thev m./„i~rt I'o shed blood, /..f,.59. 7. Cant. H. 11. „;. Aa.'/f. mv beloved, ami be like a roe /..«. 28. 16. he tliat believetli shall not ,„. /la'/e

    V.K IT. thv ( hihlrcn shall w. ha.^te. thv destrovers .ler.'.K 18. let them m. /,«.rf . and take up a wailim; >'«/,. C. 5. thev shalt „i. /,«':(; to the wall thereof /,>,/(cl9.5.he.s:,id,/a cheus, ,«./,«..?, and come, l..wn Acti'Z::.lii.m. Aio^cand ;;etquickly out of Jerusalem ■S'l- Iv M 1 w N . :\\\\\\\\1..\\\\\\\\KE manifest.

    1 C>r. 4.5. will in.inanijest the counselsof the heart /->/,, 5. 13. whatsoever", ioth „;. inaoii, ,1 is li-ht Co/. 4. 4. that 1 iiia\\\\\\\\- in. it mani/tM as 1 oui^lit

    .ice M h.NTio.v, Noise. M.\\\\\\\\KI. leai/i/. Gen. 18. 0. m. rff«,/y three measures of hue meal 4.'!. 16. „/. ready, for these men shall dine w itii me

    2 KiitijxO. CI. and .loram sai.l, in, r. ami he went out I'sa/. 11. C. thev in. readij their arr,>w ,111 the string

    CI. IC. when thou shall ,«. rcai/y thine arrows Kzik.;. 14. Ihev have blown the trnmiiel to m. rrady Mark 14. 15. there m. naJij for us. l .nkr CC. IC. Luke 1. IT. tu „;. rtai/j/ a peoi>le jireiiared for the

    [L.M-.I IT. R. rather say, ,,,. ready, w herewitii I mav sup jlcii C3. 23. in. ready 'Z'.*.\\\\\\\\ soliliers to i;o to Cesarea

    -M .-\\\\\\\\ K E >p, ed. 1 'iain. CO. .38. he crie,l. m..

    "M.AKE u-asie. Lev. C6. 31. I will ,n. \\\\\\\\our cities -.raste. and brins Isa. 4C. 15. I will in.'::aste numntaius an.l hills" Kzr.k. b. 14. moreover, 1 will m. leriisalem :.a'te C9. 10. I will in. lan.lof I'.-vpt iitterl v. -.«.-(■ t',. id. IC. .M.-\\\\\\\\lvL,li, or :d.-\\\\\\\\KL,KS. Jo!i 4. IT. shall a man be more pure than his .1/..' 3C.CC. in soiloin- mv .1/. willsoon take me awav .35. 10. but none sailli. where is (iod mv .V. .' 3i;. 3. 1 will asciilie ritihtcuisness to m"v .1/. Z-"..^,/. 05. 6. let us kneel before llie Lord"our U. /Vo,-. 14 31.1 ppresseth the poor, repro.ichetii his .1/. IT. 5. wh.isomockethihe poor reproacheth his M. CC. C. rich and poor, the Lor,l is the ,„. of them all ha. 1. 31. ami the ,»,. of it as a spark IT. T. at that dav .sh.,[l a m.ui l,)ok to his V. '.l':. II. ve have not lo.ikcl to the „;. thereof 33. tec. the Lord is our statute „;. he will save us 45. 9. woe to him that striveth with his 1/. II. thus sailh tlie hole ( )ne of Israel and his U. 16. thev sliall -jo to confiisi..n th.it are w. of i.lols 51. 13. t'orireltest die l.oni thv ,„. that stretche.l ,>ut 51. 5. thv .1/. is thv hiisliaiid", an.l thv Kedeemer .li-r. 33, C. thus saith tlie l.oril the in. thereof //».. 8. 14. for Israel hath t..r-olten his .1/. Hull. 2. 18. what proliteth the iiraveii imaije that the m. hath graven, in. of his uork triistetli therein - Uu!i. 11.10. tor acitv.whose builder and „/. is (iod

    Nl..\\\\\\\\KL.SI . Jadg. 18 3. ami what ,„. thou in this place - Jo/> 13.26. „/. me possess the ini(iuities of mv vouth CC. 3. isitL'ainto hi 11 that thou wi.thv wavsperlecf Psa/. 4. 8. thou onlv „(. me to ilwell in"satetv 39. 11. thou m. his beaiitv to cuisume as a 111, >th 41. 10. thou in. us to turn back from the enemy

    13. thou in. us a repn a, h to our neighbours

    14. thou „,. us a by-w,-rd anion- Ih,' heatlu'ii

    05.8. thou m. the oiit;joiii-s of morniin; to rejoice 10. thou ,„. the earth .sott w itii sliouirs

    80. 6. thou „(. us a strife to our nei;;hbours 101. CO. thou ,11. ilarkness, and it is ni-ht 144, 3. w hat is man, that thou ,„. account of him ' Cant. 1.7. where thou ,„. Ihv Hock to rest at noon /.«. 45. 9. to him that tashioneth it, w hat „;. thou - ,/(T. CC. C3. Lebanon, that in. thv nest in cedars 28, 15. thou m. this iieople to trust in a lie F.zrk. 16. 31. thou „/, Ihv hiuh place ill everv street l/a/i. 1. 1 I. ami ,«. meli as the tishes of the" sea C. 15. putlest thv bottle to him, ami ,«. him, irunken l.vl.,- 14. IC. when thou „(. a iliuner or a supper

    13. but when Ihoil „;. a fe.ist, call the poor John 8. 53. pioph. are ,lea,l, whom in. thou ihvself - 10. 33. Iiecause thou being a man in. thv.self ( iod 7i'»„,.C. 17.aitcalle,la.lew,an,l„i.lhvboastof(iod C3. tliou that ,H. Ihv boast of the law

    Make III.

    F.xod. 4. 11. or who ,„. the iliimb, or deaf, or blind - J.ft.T.T. the priest that wi. atonement clean, 14. 11. 17. 11. it is the blooil that „(. an atonement Heat. 18. 10. that ,„. his s,>n to pass thnmidi the lire

    20. CO. against the citv that in. war with thee

    21. 16. when he „i. his'snns 10 inherit w hat he hath 24.7. „;. nierchanili.se of him, or selleth him

    27. 15. cursed be the man that,,,, any graven image

    M AL

    Thut. 27. 18. curseil be he that m. blind to w andcr CJ. 12. oath which the l.onl „;. witli thee this day

    1 ■■iam. C.6. the Lord killeth and ,„. alive

    T. the Loni ,„. poor and in. rich, lie brinuelh low

    2 .N«,„. CC. 33. (.0.1 ,„. mv wav perfect, J's. 18. .32. CC. 3t. he m. my feet likeliiiris feet, I'sa/. 18. .33.

    Jo/i 5. 18. lor he m. sore, ami hiiuieth up. he wounds

    9. 9. Lord „/. .Arcturus. Orion, and Pleiades

    IC. IT. he ,„. the lud-es fo.,ls C5. he „;. to stag-ei

    15. 27. he m. colhips of fat on his tlanks

    C3. 10. (iod ,«.my Iieart soft, and troubleth me

    C5. C. he in. peace in his high plaies

    27. 18. an.l as a booth tliat liie keeper ,„.

    35. 11. \\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\io in. us wiser than the lowls of heaven

    36. ',7. tor he „/. small the do.psof water, the\\\\\\\\ p.iur

    41. 31. he m. the deep to boil like a pot

    .3C. he „;. a path to shine after him I'sa/. 9. IC. when he ,„. inipiisition tor blood C3. C. he ,„. me to lie ,lo«n in meen pastures ':\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\ 9. the voi.e of the Lord in. the hinds to lalve 33. 10. he ,„. the devices of people of none ellect 40. 4. blessed is the man that ,«. the L,l. his trust 40. 9. he in. wars to. ease to the eu.l of the earth 104. 3. who ,«. thed.ui.ls Ids chariot, who walkctli

    4. who in. liis amiels spirits, Jlt/i. 1. T.

    15. an.l wine that in. gla.l tile lieai I of man loT. + C5. and »;. the stormy winil to staiiil

    '~'.>. he «(.the storm acahn, the waters are still

    30. anil there he m. the hungry to dwell

    41. and ,«. him lamilies like a flo; k 113. 9. he in. the barren vioman to keep house l.i5. T. he m. lightnings for ram, hrin:;s the wind 147.8. who „;. ^r,

    14. he III. peace in thybonlers, ami filleth thee I'rof. 10. 1, a wise son "„;. a ^la.l father. 15. Co.

    4. but the lian.l of the diligent m. rich

    CC. the blessin- of the Lord, it „/. rith IC. 4. she that in. ashamed is as rottenness in bones

    25. heaviness in the heart of a man ni. it to stoop,

    but a good woni ,„. it s;iad

    13. T. that in. hiiiis.df rich, vet hatli nothing, there

    is that ,„. himself [loor, vet hath m'eat ri.hes

    IC. hope ileferre.i ,,/. the hea"rt sick, when .le-ire 15. 13. a merrv h.eart „<. a cheerful countenance

    .30. and a g.'o.i rep. rt ,/,. th.e bones tat

    10. T. he ni. even his enemies to be at peace w ith him ■t C3. the heart of the wise in. wise his mouth

    18. 10. a man's uitf .,/. room for him, and bi iocs 1'.'. 4. wealth „(.maiiy tricnds. bulpoor issepaiateJ 31. CC. she in. herself coveiimis of tapestrv C4. she in. lint linen, and Selleth it, an.l i^irdles I'.ic/. 3. 11. no man

    43. 10. sailh the Lor.l, which „(. a wav in tli'e sea

    44. 15. he „/. a god, ami worshippelh i"t, IT- I 40. 0.

    24. 1 am the I onl that in. all things

    25. he III. diviners mail 50. 15. ,„. himself a prey .55. 10. wateieth earth, ami „;. it brin- torth

    Jer. 10. 13, he,,,. Ii;;hlnings with rain. 51. 16. IT. 5. curseil be th.e man that „/. Mt sli his arm 29. 26. everv man that ,„. himselt a prophet, 27. I.zek. 22. 3. an.l „,. i.iols ai'ainst herself to .letile Han. 6. 1.1. but in. his i)etiti..n three times a .iav

    11. 31. place aliomination that „/. ilesolate, IC.'ll. Jinos 4. 13. that «. . the morniu- ,!arkness

    5. 8. seek him that m. the sevi'ii stars ami Criou -AV,/,. 1. 4. he rehuki'th the sea, an.l in. it iliy .'\\\\\\\\lar. 5. 45 he „;. his sun rise on the evil ami i:.^cil .l/.,rX-T.:iT. he "/.b,>th deaf to hear, an.l dumb speak .fo/,n 19. IC. wlLsoever »(. himself a kin-, speaketli .;,/. 9. .31. Ineas, lesus (hi 1st ,„. thee vv hole /.■..,/,. 5, 5. hope ,„. not ashame.l, because love of G. 1;. CO, tiie >pirit VI. intercession for us, CT,.'>I. II. Che in. inlerce-sion to I io.l a-aiiisl Israel 1 Ccr. 4. T. w lio,,,. th.ee to ,iitlerfr,im aiLHiar- C (or.-:. C. who IS lie that ,;,. me -la. 1 but tl:e same' 14, „;. manifest the savour of his know led-e |.\\\\\\\\ us ('■,;/. •:.(). Mhatsoever thev were, it „i. no matt, r J.p/i. 4. 16. ,„. in. Tease of the boily In the e.iifvinL' J/, /•. TCii. tor the law „,. men hi;;h pi tests, but the

    won! .It the oath since the law „;, the --..n /.',;. 13. 13. he,,., tile come down liom heaven CI. CT. nor whatsoever in. a lie. CC. 15.

    .M.AkELlI /,„.,-■. /Vcc. C8. 20. that ,„. /la.'te to be rich., not inno. ent

    M.AM N(i, C ( '/iron. 30. 22. m. contesMon to the Lor.l ( i.i.l /''. 19. T. leslim.inv of Lor.l issure, m. wise sinple l.i-c/. 12. IC. of ,„. "manv books there is 11.. eii.l I-a. 3. 10. walkiu- ami in. a tiuklim; w ith tluir feet .lor. CO. 15. that brom;ht li.lim;s, m. him vei\\\\\\\\ ;;l,ul c(„„.j-8. 5. m. ephah small, an.l the shek.l -nat .Mark 7. 13. ni the wonl ,>f < to.l of none elle. t ,/../,« 5. 18. in. hiuiself equ.d with (....1 C Cor.fi. 10, as po.T, vet ,//. manv ri, h //,/,. 1.16. 1 ceasi-n.'t fo aive th.uiks f.ir you. w. men- tion of vou in mv pravers, I 'I'/n-s. l.C, l'',ui'n.-i. C. 15. i-nelU'W liiau, so ,„. peace, ( ,./. 1. < -^O. 5. 19. ,". imlo.K In vour heart to the I or.l l.i,\\\\\\\\v l'/ii/.\\\\\\\\.\\\\\\\\. in eve'rv pravir lor vou, ,«. r.s|ue-- with C /',/. C. 0. ,„. them an ens.miple unto ih. s,- that JuJt 22. ot some have c.>mpas~i.ni, ,«. a.litlerenco

    M AKlM.. Ezek.T,. 16. nuillilu.le of the wares.it thy „i. 18.

    MALE. C.rn. IT. C3. everv ,„. lircunn ised. 31. |5. CC. C4. l.T.d. IC. 5. for the passo.er a ,„. otthe lust vear 13. IC. the,,,, sliall he the l.oril's. 31. 19. /w/lcC.CS. /,,;■. 1. 3. Am. wiiliout blemish, 10. 1 4. 23. | 22. 19. 7 ev.rv ,„. am, .11- Ih.- priests shall .'at thereot 27.3. thv est imati. Ill shall he of the „/. 5.0.7. Sam. 1. 2. every „/. by their polls Irom Coyears old CO. everv „,. from Coyears .il.l ami upwar.l 3. 15. everv ,„. 'rom a mciilh ohl an.l uinv ar,l .31. IT- n"w kill i-verv ,„. a'oong the little ones /I, K^CO. 13. thou sliall smile everv ,„. thiii-of .liida. CI. 11. ve shall utti-llv destroy everv ,„. I l\\\\\\\\i»si> 11.15! he ha.l Miiitteii every ,„. in I'.lom. 16. '2'.>7

    MAN

    Jer. 30. + 6. see if a m. doth travail with child Ezek. 16. 1 17. makest to thyself images of a m. Mai. 1. 14. which hath in his Hock a m. See Fkmale. MALK-CHILDHEN. Josh. 17. 2. these were tlie m.-chiliren of Manasseh

    MALEFACTOR. John 18. 30. if he were not a m. we would not

    MALEI'ACIUKS. Jjiile 23. 32. there were two m. led with him 33. there they crucified him, and the vi.

    39. one of the m. railed on him, saying

    MALES. Gen. 34. 25. Simeon and Levi slew all the m. Jixod. 12. 48. let all his m. be circumcised

    13. 13. 1 SHcrilice to the Lord all beins^n.

    23. 17. three times in the year all thy m. shall

    appear before the Lord God, Ueut. 16. 16.

    Lev. 6. 18. all the m. of Aaron shall eat of it, 29.

    Num. 3. 22. according to tfie numberof all ?«. fiom

    a month old and upward, 28, 34. | 26. 62.

    40. number all the first born of the m. 43. 31.7. warred acainst Midianites, and slew the m.

    J)eui. 15. 19. all firstlinj.' m. sanctity to the Lord Josh. 5. 4. the m. that came out of Egypt died

    2 Chron. 31. 16. beside their genealogy of m.

    19. to give portions to all the m. among priests Ezra 8. 3. were reckoned by genealogy of the m.

    malu;e.

    1 Cor. 5. 8. keep the feast, not with leavea of m.

    14. 20. howbeit in ni. be ye children

    Uph. 4. 31. be put away from you with all m. Col. 3. 8. but now ye also put off all these, m. Tit. 3. 3. sometimes living in m. and envy, hateful 1 Pet. 2. 1. wherefore, laymg aside all m. and guile MALICIOUS.

    3 John 10. prating against us with m. words

    malTciouskess.

    Jtom. 1.29. being filled with all unrighteousness, m.

    1 Pet. 2. 16. not using liberty for a cloke of m. MALIGNITY.

    Mom. 1. 29. full of envy, murder, debate, m. MALLOWS.

    Joi 30. 4. who cut up m. by the bushes for meat MAN.

    3Ian vas, in his original state, a very noble and eralteii creature ; heing placed as the head and lord of this world, having all the creatures in snb- Jection to him. The powers and operations of his mind were exteftsivCj capacious, and perfect ; capa- ble of contemplattng upon the works of (jod with pleasure and delight, and of perfomnng his will withimt the least deviation. But by sin- ning against his Creator, his mind is vitiated, corrupted, and debased ; and he is in a rnijied, lost, miserable, and wretched state: Hence it is tuked. What is man? Psal. 8. 4. The Hebrew word for man is Enosh ; that is, sorry, wretched, and incurably sici, to denote his condition «'« his apostasy from God.

    Man is put for, [1] The body, 2 Cor. 4. 16. [2] The sins and corruptions of human nature, Eph. 4. 22. [3] Strong, valiant, 1 Cor. 16. 13. [4] A magis- trate. Gen. 9.6. [5] Trail, weak, Psal. 9. 20. [6] The church, Eph. 2. 15. [7] A strong believer, Eph. 4. 13. [8] yJ» ajigel. Acts 1. 10. [9] The Lord Jesus, Gen. 32. 24. Mark 15. 39. [10] Cod the father, Exod. 15. 3. Luke 15. 11.

    To make of twain one new man, Eph. 2. 15. To unite Je-u:s and Cenxites, who formerly were at variance, into one church, or body, joining together tn a new way of gospel-worship.

    The gospel is not after iiian. Gal. 1. 11. It is no human invention, or fiction, neither doth it depend upo7i human autlwrity, but is immediately revealed by God.

    1 speak after the manner of men. Gal. 3. 15. 1 viake use of a comparison taken from the custom of men in their civil affairs.

    A man of God, 2 Tim. 3. 17. One that is guided by the Spirit of God, and devoted to his service in a special manner.

    The inward msm. Bom. 7. 22. I'he new man, the regenerate part within me, or the principle of grace in the heart. .

    The natural man, 1 Cor. 2. 14. The unrenewed person, one that has no principle of grace in the heart, tlurugh he be endued with the tnnst exquisite natural accoynplishments, and has improved his reason to the hig/iest pitch.

    Gen. 1. 26. God said, let us make m. in our image, after our likeness, 27. 1 9. 6.

    2. 7- the Lord G. formed m. of the dust of ground 18. it is not good tliat m. should be alone

    25. they were both naked, the m. and his wife

    3. 22. behold, the m. is become as one of us

    6. 3. my Spirit shall not always strive with m. 7. I will destroy m. whom 1 have created

    8. 21. I will not curse the ground for m. sake

    9. 6. m. blood, by m. shall liis blood be shed

    . 19. 8. who have not known m. Num. 31. 35. 20. 7. restore the m. his wife, he is a prophet £4. 21. the m. wondering at her held his peace 29. Laban ran out to the m. to the well »J5. what m. is this that walkeih in the field ? 29. 19. better than I should give her to another m. 38. 25. by the m. whose these are, am I with child 43. 13. take your brother, arise, go again to the m, 44. 17. the m. in whose hand the cup is found Ezod. 2. 20. why is it that ye have left the m.? 21. Moses was content to dwell with tlie m.

    4. 11. the Lord said, who hath made m. mouth ? 30. 32. upon m. flesh shall it not be poured

    32. 1. the m. that brought us out of Egypt, 23.

    Lev. 17. 4. blood shall be imputed to that m. and thatm. shall be cut oft' from among the peojile

    Num.5. 15. thenshall the w. bring his wife to priest 9. 13. but the m. that is clean, and not in a journey 12. 3. the m. Moses was very meek above all men

    15. .'$5. Ihewi. shall be put to death. Dent. 22. 25. 16. 7. the m. wliom the Lord doth choose, he holy 19. 20. but m. that shall be unclean and shall not

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    MAN

    Deut. 4. .32. since the day that God created m.

    5. 24. God doth talk with m. and he liveth

    8. 3. make thee know that m. doth not live by bread

    only, but by every word. Mat. 4. 4. Luke 4.4.

    20. 19. for the tree of the field is m. life

    Josh, 7. 14. and they shall come m. by m. I7, IB. Judg. 1. 25. butthey let go them, and all his family

    4. 22. I will shew thee the m. whom thou seekest , 8. 21. for as the m. is, so is his strength

    9- 9. wherewith by me they honour (iod and m.

    13. my wine which cheereth God and m. 10. 18. what m. will fight against Ammon? 13. 10. the m. hath appeared that came to me

    11. art thou the m. spakest to the woman r

    16. 7. 1 shall be weak, and as another m. 11, 17. 19. 22. bring forth the m. that came into thy house

    28. then the m. took her on an ass and rose liitih 1. 2. the name of the m. was Eiimelech, 2. 19.

    3. 18. for them, will not be in rest, till he hath finish.

    1 Sam. 2. 33. the m. of thine whom 1 shall not cut off

    4. 14. the m. came in hastily, and told Eli

    9. 6. a m. of God, and he is an honourable m, 17. behold the m. whom 1 spake to thee of

    10. 22. if the m. shouhl yet come thither

    16. 7- for the Lord seeth not asm. seeth

    17. 26. what be done to the m. that killeth him ?

    21. 14. lo, ye see the m. is mad, wherefore then

    2 Sam. 12. 5. David's an"er kindled against them.

    said to Nathan, m. who did this shall surely die

    7. Nathan said to David, thou art them.

    16 7 come out, come out, thou bloo

    17. 3. the m. thou seekest is as if all returned

    21. 5. 7rt. that consumed us, and devised against us 23. 1. the OT. who was raised up on high

    1 Kings 20. 20. and they slew every one his m.

    2 King! 5. 26. when m. turned again to meet thee

    6. 19. I will bring you to the m. whom ye seek 9. 11. ye know the m. and his communication

    22. 15. tell the m. that sent you, 2 CAr. .34. 2.3.

    1 Chr. 23. 3. the Levites m. by m. were .38,000 29. 1. the palace is not form. but for the L. God

    2 Chron. 14. 11. let not m. prevail against thee

    19. 6. for ye judge not for m. but for the Lord Ksth. 6. 6. what shall be done to the m. whom, 7, 9.

    7. t 6. the m. adversary is this wicked Hanian Jub 4. 17. shall m. be more just than God ?

    5. 7. yet OT. is born to trouble, as sparks fly upwards 17. nappy is the m. whom God correctcth

    7. 1. is there not an appointed time for m. on earth ?

    17. what ism. that ihou shouldest magnify him f

    15. 14. Psal. 8.4. I 144. 3. He'b. 2. 6.

    9. 2. but how should m. be just with God ?

    10. 4. eyes of flesh ? or seest thou as m. seeth .'

    5. are thy days as days of m. .' years as m. davs .' 11. 12. vam m. would be wise, tno" m. be born like 14. 1. m. that is born of a woman is of few days

    10. m. dieth and wasteth away,OT. giveth up^host

    12. so m. lieth down, and riseth not till heavens

    15. 7- art thou the first m. that was t>om .'

    14. what is m. that he should be clean ?

    16. how much more abominable and filthy is m,

    20. 4. since m. was first placed on the earth

    21. 4. as for me is my complaint torn..'

    25. 4. how then can m. be justified with God ?

    6. how much less m. that is a worm, and son of m. 32.8. there is a spirit in m. inspiration of Almighty

    13. God thrusteth him down, not m.

    .33. 12. 1 answer, that God is greater than m.

    14. God speaketh, yet m. perceiveth it not

    17. he opens the ears of men, that he may with- draw m. from purpose, and hide pride from m.

    23. if a messenger, to shew to m. his uprightness

    29. these things worketh God often with m.

    34. 7. what m, is like .lob, who drinketh scorning ?

    14. if he Sethis heartuponm. if he gather to hims.

    23. for he will not lay on m. more than right Psal. 9. 19. arise, O Lord, let not m. prevail 10. 18. that the m. of earth may no more oppress

    25. 12. what m. is he thatfeareth the Lord? .34. 12. what m. is he thatdesireth life ?

    .39. 11. when thou dost correct m. for iniquity 49. 12. m. being in honour abideth not, 20. 56. 11. I will not be afraid what m. can do to me 68. t 18. thou hast received gifts in the m. 78.25. m.did eat angels' food, he sent them meat 80. 17. thy hand be on the m. of thy right hand 89. 48. what OT. is he that liveth, and not see death ? 90. 3. thou tumest m. to destruction, and sayest 94. 10. thatteachetii m. knowl. shall not he know ?

    103. 15. as for m. his days are as grass, as a flower

    104. 23. m. goeth forth to his work and labour 118. 6. I will not fear what m. can do to me

    8. better trust in Lord, than put confidence in m. 120. + 7. 1 am a m. of peace, they are for war 144. 4. m. is like to vanity, hisdays as a shadow

    Prov. 2. 12. from m. that speaketh froward things

    6. 11. and thy want come as an armed m. £4. 34.

    16. 1 . tlie preparations of the heart in m.

    20. 24. m. goings are of the Lord, how can a m.

    26. 19. so IS the m. thatdeceiveth his neighbour Eccl. 1. 8. things full of labour, m. cannot utter it

    2. 12. what can the m. do that cometh after king ? 22. for what hath m. of all his labour ? 6. 10. is named, and it is known that it is m.

    11. what is m. better ? || 12. what is good for m. ? 12. 5. because m. goeth to his long home

    7iv7. 2. 22. cease from m. whose breath is in his nostr. .38. 11. 1 said, I shall behold m. no more 40. +1.3. or being them, of his counsel hath taught 46. 11. the m. that executeth my counsel Jer. 10. 23. it is not in m. to direct his step: /.am. 3. 1. I am the m. that hath seen affliction Ezek. 4. 15. 1 have given cows' dung for m. dung

    18. 8. hath executedjudgment between m. and m. Van. 4. 16. let his heart be changed from m.

    10. 19. said, O m. "reatly beloved, fear not //o.t.11. 9.forl am God,andnotm.the holy One Ajnvs 4. 13. and declareth to m. what is his thought Mic. 5. 7- that tarrieth not for m. nor waiteth

    6. 8. he hath shewed thee, O m. what is good

    9. the m. of wisdom shall see thy name

    Hab. 1. 13. the wicked devouretli m. more righteous

    MAN

    Zeph. 1. 3. 1 will cut off tlie m. from the land Zech. 6. 12. the m. whose name is the Branch 13. 5. for m. taught me to keep cattle from youth

    7. awake, O sword, against m. that is my fellow Mai. 2. 12. Lord will cut off' the m. that doeth this Mat.T. 9. whatm. isthereofyou,if hissonask bread

    will give him a stone r 12. 11. Luke 15. 4. 15. 18. from the heart, and they defile the m. 19. ti. let not VI. put asunder, Mark 10. 9.

    26. 72. he denied, 1 do not know the m. 74. iMari:2. 27. sabbath was made tor m. not m. forsabb.

    11. 2. shall find a colt tied, whereon never m. sat Luke 5. 20. he said, m. thy sins are forgiven tliee

    12. 14. m. who made me a judge over you ?

    18. 4. though 1 fear not CioH, nor regard m.

    22. 58. thou art of them, Peter said, m. I am not 60. Peter said, m. I know not what thou sayest

    23. 6. he asked, whether the m. was a (ialileaii? 53. wherein never m. was laid, Jolm 19. 41.

    John 2. 25. for he knew what was in m. 5. 12. what m. is that which said unto thee .34. but 1 received not testimony from m. 15. 24. the works which none other m. did

    19. 5. Pilate said unto them, behold the m. Acts 4. 22. tor the m. was above forty years old

    8. 31. how can I, except some m. should guide me ' .34. eunuch said, of himself, or of some other m. ?

    19- 16. the man in whom the evil spirit was ;i5. w hat m. is there that knowetli not how that

    21. 11. so shall bind the m. that owneth this girdle

    23. 30. how the .lews laid wait for the m.

    25.22. Agrippasaid, 1 would also hear them. mys. Pom. 2. 1. inexcusable, O m. \\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\ .3. thinkest thou, O m.

    7. 22. 1 delight in law of God after the inward m. 24. O wretched m. that I am, who shall deliv.mer

    9. 20. but O m. who art thou that repliest ag. God ?

    10. 5. the righteousness of the law, the m. who

    10. with the heaitm. believeth unto righteousness

    1 Cor. 2. 11. what m. knoweth the things of a m. .'

    7. 16. iiow knowest thou, O m. whether thou

    10. 13. no temptation but such as is common to m. 11.3. and the head of the woman is the m.

    8. m. is not of the woman |1 9- but worn, for the m.

    11. nor is the m. without the woman, nor tlie

    woman without the m. in the Lord

    12. even so is the m. also by the woman

    15. 2) . since by m. came death, by m. came resurr. 45. the first m. Adam was made a living soul 47. the first m. is of the earth, earthy ; the second m. is the Lord from heaven

    2 Cor. 4. 16. but though our outward m. perish, yet

    the inward m. is renewed day by day Gal. 1. 1. an apostle, not of men, neither by m,

    11. the gosp»i I preached is not after m. Eph. 2. 15. for to make of twain one new m.

    2. 16. with might by his Spirit in the inner m.

    4. 24. that ye put on new m. created in righteousn. Col. 3. 10. liHve put on the new m. which is renewed l7'/;e.sj.4.8.despiseth not m. but God, who hath given 1 Tim. 2. 5. between God and men, the m. C. Jesus

    12. woman not to usurp authority over the m. Tit. 3. 4. love of G. our .Saviour toward m. appeared Heb. 3. 4. for every house is built by some m.

    8. 2. tlie tabernacle the Lord pitched, and not m.

    13. 6. I will not fear what m. shall do to me Jam. 1. 8. a double-minded m. is unstable in his ways

    2. 20. wilt thou know, O vain m. that faith

    1 Pet. 3. 4. let it be the hidden m. of the heart

    A MAN. Gen. 2. 5. there was not a m. to till the ground 24. therefore shall a m. leave his father an

    11. + 3. a m. said to his neighbour, let us bum

    13. 16. if a m. can number the dust of the earth

    19. 31. there is not a m. to come in unto us

    20. 3. thou art a dead man, for she isa m. wife 25.27. Esau a cunning hunter, a m. of the field .32. 24. there wrestled a m. with him till breaking 41. 33. let Pharaoh lookout a m. discreet and wise

    38. a m. in whom the Spirit of God is 44.15. wotye not such a m. as 1 can certainly divine 49. 6. for in their anger thty slew a m. Exod. C. + 14. he said, who made thee a m. a prince

    18. 1 16. 1 judge between a m. and his fellow .33. 11. face to face, as a m. speaketh to his friend

    Lev. 13. 9. when the plague of leprosy is in a m. 18. 5. my judgments, which if 'a m. do he shall live in them, Neh. 9. 29. Ezek. 20. 11, L3, 21. 24. 10. and a m. of Israel strove together in the camp 20. as he hath caused a blemish in a m.

    27. 28. no devoted thing a m. shall devote Num. 1. 4. there shall be a m. of every tiibe

    13. 2. of every tribe shall ye send a m.

    15. 32. they found a m. that gathered sticks

    19. 14. this is the law when a m. dieth in a tent 23. 19. G. is not a m. that he should lie, 1 Sam. 15. 29.

    26. 64. among these there was not a m. of them 65. there was not left a m. save Caleb and Joshua

    27. 16. set a m. over the congregation

    18. take thee Joshua, a m. in whom is the Spirit Veut. 1. 31. Lord bare thee, as a m. dotli his son

    3. 11. the breadth of it, after the cubit of a m. 8. 5. consider, that as a »i. chastencth his son

    19. 15. one witness shall not rise against a m. Josh. 3. 12. take ye out of every tribe a m. 4. 2, 4.

    5. 13. there stood a m. over against him with sword

    10. 8. there shall not a m. of them stand before thee

    14. the Lord hearkened to the voice of a m.

    14. 15. which Arba was a great m. among Anakims

    21. 44. stood not a m. of all tlieir enemies before Judn. 1. 24. the spies saw a m. come out of the city

    3. 29. escaped not a m. |l 4. 16. was not a m. left 7. -i. there was a m. that told a dream to Ids fellow 14. save the sword of Gideon a m. of Israel 10. 1. Tola a m. of Issachar I! 16. 19. she called am. Kuth 4. 7- " m. plucked off his shoe and gave it 1 Sam. 9. 16. I will send thee a m. out of Benjamin

    11. 13. there shall not a m. be put to death 13. 14. the Lord hath sought him a m.

    MAN

    I Sam, 14. 36. and let us not leave am. of them

    16. 16. to seek out a m. who is it cunning player 17- provide me a m. that can play well, bring him

    17. 8. choose you a m. for you, let him come

    10. give me a w;. that wc may light togetlier 25. 17. he is such that a m. cannot speak to him 3ll. 17. and there escaped not a m. of them

    S Sam. .S. 34. as a 7/1. falleth before wicked men

    38. Abner a preat m. is fallen this day in Israel 16. 23. as if a m. inquired at the oracle of God

    18. i 2v). thou shalt not be a m, of tidings

    20. 1. there happened to be there a m. of Belial

    1 Kings 2. 2. be strong, and shew thyself a m. 4. not fail thee a. m. on the throne, 8. 25.

    20. 39. a VI. turned asi

    42. a >«. whom I appointed to destruction

    2 Kings j. 6. there came a m. to meet us, and said 4. 42. there came a m. from Baal-shalisha

    10. 21. there was not a m. left tliat came not

    13. 21. as they were burying a m. they spied

    1 Chron. 22. 9. a son bom, who shall tie a m. of rest fi Chron. 6. 16. there shall not fail thee a m. J. 18. .AVA. 2. 10. come a m. to seek the welfare of Isiael 6. 11. I said, should such a m. as I flee ? Joi 2. 4. all that a m. hath will he give for his life

    3. 23. why is light given to a m. whose way

    4. 17. shall a m. be more pure than his Maker ? 9. 32. he is not a m. as 1 am, that 1 should answer

    11. 2. and should a m. full of talk be justified ?

    12. 14. he shutteth up a ni. \\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\ 14. 14. if a m. die 16. 21. O that one might plead for a m. with God,

    as a tn. pleadeth for his neighbour 22. 2. canam.be profitable toG.ashe that is wiser

    34. 29. whether done against a nation or a m.

    35. 8. thy wicketlness may hurt a m. as thou ait

    37. 20. it a m. speak he shall be swallowed up

    38. 3. gird up now thy loins like a m. 40. 7. Psal. 38. 14. 1 was as a m. that heareth not

    55. 13. but it was thou a m. mine equal 62. 3. how long will ye imagine mischief ag. am. ? 74. 5. a VI. was famous accordins as lie lifted up 88. 4. I am as a m. that hath no strength 105. 17. he sent a m. before them, even Joseph 147. 10. lie taketh not pleasure in the legs of a m. ProT. 3. .30. strive not with a m. without cause 6. 34. for jealousy is the rage of a m.

    14. 12. a way that seemeth right to a m. 16. 25.

    16. 2. all ways of am. are clean in his own eyes 7. when a m. ways please the T>ord he maketh

    20. 24. how can a m. umierstand his own way .' 23. 2. if thou be a ni. given to appetite

    26. 21. so a contentious OT. to kindle strife

    27. 8. so is a m. that wandereth from his place 21. as the furnace, so is a m. to his praise

    28. 12. but when the wicked rise a vi. is hidden 23. he that rebuketh a in. shall find more favour

    29. 1 1. a m. of reproofs |l + 4. a /». of oblations 20. seest thou a vi. that is hasty in words ?

    Eccl. 2. 21. there is a m. whose labour is in wisdom and knowledge, yet to a m. that hath not labour.

    26. God eiveth to a m. that is good in his sight

    4. 4. for this a m. is envied of his neighbour

    6. 2. a m. to whom God hath given riches

    12. who can tell a m. what shall be after him ?

    10. 14. a m. cannot tell what shall be ^fter him

    11. 8. if a w. live many years, and rejoice in them Cant. 8. 7. if a »'• woukl give all his substance Jsa. 6. 5. because I am a 7>i. of unclean lips

    13. 12. I will make a m. more precious than gold

    17. 7. at that day shall a m. look to his maker

    28. 20. than that a. m. can stretch himself on it

    29. 21. that make