H.

IIA. Job 39. 25. he saith among the ti"umpets, ha, ha.

HABERGEON. Exod. 28. .32. as it were the hole of an h. 39. 23. Job 41.26. the spear, the dart, the /i. cannot hold

HABERGEONS. 2 Chron. 26. 14. h. and bows Uzziah prepared Neh. 4. 16. half of my servants held bows and h,

HABITABLE. Prov. 8. 31. rejoicing in the h. part of his earth

HABIIATION. Exod. 15. 2. he is my God, 1 will prepare him an h. Lev. 13. 46. without the camp shall h\i h. be Deut. 12. 5. even to his h. shall ye seek and come

1 Sam. 2. 29. why kick at offerg. commanded in A. .' .32. and thou shalt see an enemy in my h.

2 Sam. 15. 25. he will shew me both it and his A.

2 Chron. 6. 2. 1 have huilt an house of A. for thee

29. 6. and have turned from the h. of the I.ord

30. + 27. prayer came up to the A. of his boliues*

HAD

£:ra 7. 15. to God of Israel whose h. is in .Tenua.

Jah 5. 3. foolish taking r(X)t, but suddenly I cursed It. 24. thou slialt visit tliy h. and shalt not sm 8. 0. make tlie h. of thy righteousness prosi;|erous 18. 15. brimstone shall be scattered upon his A.

ytnl. 2t). 8. 1 liave loved the A. of thy house 33. 14. from the place of his A. he looketh 49. \ 14. the grave an A. for every one of them 69. 25. let their A. be desolate, none dwell in tents 71 . 3. be thou my strong A. whereumo 1 may resort 89. 14. and iudgment the A. of thy throne. 97. 2. 91. 9. thou nasf mmle the most High thy A. 104. 12. the fowls of the heaven have tlieir A. Ji>7. 7. that they might go to a city of h. 36. 132. 5. tinii an A. for Ihe mighty God of lacob 13. for the Lord hath desired it for his A.

Prov. 3. 33. but he ble.sseth the A. of the just

ha. 28. 16. and that graveth an A. for himself 87- 10. and the A. shall be forsaken and left

32. 18. my people shall dwell in a peaceable A.

33. 20. thuie eyes shall see Jerusalem a quiet A.

34. 13. it shall be an A. of dragons, and a court

35. 7. in the A. ot dragons shall be grass with reeds 63. 15. and behold from the A. of thy holiness

Jer. 9. 6. thine A. is in the midst of deceit 10. C5. and they have made his A. desolate 25. .'111. the T-oni shall mightily roar on his A. 31. ei. the Lord bless thee, O A. of justice, 50. 7. 33. 12. the cities thereof be an A. of shepherds

41. 17. and tliey dwelt in the A. of Chimham 49. 19. he shall come against A. of strong, 50. 44. 5i>. ly. I will bring Israel agaiu to his fi.

45. surely he shall make their A. desolate Ttek. 16. t 3. thy A. is of the land of Canaan

29. 14. I will cause Egypt to return to their A. Amo^ 6. 1 3. and cause the A. of violence to come near Obad. 3. whose A. is hi^h, that saitli in his heart Hah. 3. 11. the sun anu moon stood still in their A. AciiX. 20. it is written, let his A. be desolate

17. 26. hath determined the boun s of their A. ipA. 2. 22. for an A. of God through the Spirit Jvie 6. the angels which left their own A. Rexi. 18. 2. Babylon is become the A. of devils

Holy HABIIATION. Exoi. 15 13. thou hast guided them to thy holy h. Veut. 26. 15. look down from thy ho yh. from heav. P>al. 68. 5. a Judge of widows is God in hisA.i/yA. Jer. 25. 3U. Lord shall utter his Toice from holy h. Zech. 2. 13. for he is raised up out of his holy A.

HABUAriONS. Gen. 49. 5. instruments of cruelty are in their A. Ji.iotl. 12. 20. in all your A. shall eat unleav, bread

M. 3. shall kindle no fire thro' your A. on sabbath A'«m. 15. 2. when ve be come into the A. 1 give you Psal. 74. 20. dark places of earth full of A. ot cruelty

78. S8. he let it fall round about their A. Jfa. 54. 2. let them stretch forth curtains of thy A. Jer. 9. 10. for the A. of the wilderness a lamentation

21. 13. which say, who shall enter into our h.f 25. 37. and the peaceable A. are cut down

49 20. surely he shall make their A. desolate Lam. 2. 2. Lord hath swallowed up the A. of Jacob Eztt.6. 14. in all their A. make the land desolate tloi. 10. + 10. I shall bind them in their two A. Joel 1. t 19. fire hath devoured A. of the wilderness Amos 1. 2. the A. of the shepherds shall mourn Luie 16. 9. tliey may receive you into everlasting A.

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39. 6. he knew not ought he A. save bread he eat Erod. 16. 18. he tiiat gathered much A. notiiing Veiii. 10. 15. the Lord A. a delight in thy fathers Josh. fi. 25. Joshua saved Rahab and all thatsije A.

7. 24. Joshua took Achan and all that he A. 2 AW»i. 6. 22. of them shall 1 be A. in honour

12. 6. because he did this thing, and A. no pity

2.i. 8. the names of mighty men whom David A. 2 ^I'ff' 9. 31 . she said, A. Zimri peace who slew mast. 1 CAr. 13. 14. I^rd blessed his house and all he A.

2K. 2. as tor me, 1 A. in my heart to build an

12. an.i the pattern of all «Mt he A. by the .'Spirit J'l'i 3. 26. 1 was not in safely, neither A. 1 rest

31. 31. if men said not. oh that we A. of his flesh !

42. 10. the Lord gave him twice as much as he A. J<-rtl. 55. 6. 1 said, O tliat I A. wings like a dove

84. 10. 1 A. rathert>e a door-keeper in house of (iod 89.7. to be A. in reverence of all them about him 119. 51. the promi have A. me greatly in derision

icr/. 4. 1. as were oppressed, they A. no comforter

Jm. 3«. 17. behold, for peace I A. great bitterness 59. 10. we grope as if we A. no eyes, we stumble 6 ). 10. in my favour have 1 A. mercy on thee

Jer. 4.23. 1 beheld the heavens, and they A. no light 44. 17. for then A. we plenty of victuals, were well

iMtn. 1. 1, her pleasant things she A. in days of old 9. she came clown womlertully, A. no comforter

jLUt. 2^. 18. yet A. he no wages for the service

36. 21. but 1 A. pity for mine holy name

Uos. 12. 3. by his strength Jacob A. power with Ood 4. yea, he A. power over the angel and prevailed Mill- }?■ "S^'osj »'"ch thou hast A. indignation Alal. 2. 15. yet A. he the residue of the Spirit Mat. 1,3. 46. he sold all that he A. and bought it

22. 28. whose wife of seven, for they all A. her> JUartli. 44. she ot her want did cast in all she A. John 4. 18. for thou hast A. five husbands

5^*k*,** .""".'" '?'''°'* °f whatsoever disease he A. 12. o. Judas A. thabag, and bare what was in it '5. 22. It 1 A. not come they A. not A. sin 17 5. the glory I A. with tl«e before the world was ,,".A L "" '""• believed A. all things commoa l?o« "'*'■''"§ shorn his head, for he A. a vow 25. .6. that after examination A. I might write ^"^i*- 11. a seal he A. yet being nncircumcised, 18. 6. 21. what fruit A. ye in things whereof ashamed 1 Cor. 7. 29. that have wives be as tho" they A. none ? n^/' "• " *^''- "'^ sentence of death in us \i ii''J' ^- ^*''?*'' manner of entering in A. to you ,/ !';,"• "",'' '•'essed him that A. the promises I J.>A«2.7 old command, which ye A. from begin. * John 5. Uiat which we A. from the beginning ^e All, CuMfAssloN.

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HADST. Gen. 30. 30. for it was little thou A. before 1 came Psal. 44. 3. because thou A. a favour to them Jer. 3. 3. and thou A. a whore's forehead Uei. 10. 8. and oflering for sin thou A. no pleasure

11 A FT. Jiidg. 3. 22. and the A. also went in after the blade

HAIL.

Exod. 9. 18. 1 will cause it to rain a very grievous A.

23. the Lord sent thunder and A. the fare ran along

26. where chihiren of Israel were, was there no A.

29. nor shall there be any more A. || 33. A. ceased 10. 5. that which remaineth from the A. 12, 15.

Joi 38. 22. or hast thou seen the treasures of the A. .' Psal. IB. 47. he destroyed their vines with A. 48. he gave up their cattle also to the A. 105. 32. Tie gave them A. for rain, anil flaming fire 148. 8. fire, A. snow,and vapour,fulfilling his word /.fa. "S. 2. which as a tempest of A. shall cast down

17. the A. shall sweep away the refuge of lies Hag. 2. 17. 1 smote you with A. in all the labours Rev. 8. 7. tliere followed A. and fire mingled blood 11. 19. temple was opened, and there was great A. 16. 21 . there fell on men a great A. out of heaven

HAIL. Isa. 32. 19. my people shall dwell when it shall A.

HAIL. Mat. 26. 49. Judas said, A. master, and kissed him 27. 29. A. king of the Jews, Mark 15. 18. John ly. 3. Luie 1. 28. the angel came to Mary, and said, A.

HAILSTONES. Josh. 10. 11. there were more which died with A. Psal. 18. 12. clouds passed, A. and coals of fire, 13. /va. 30. .30. the Lord shall shew indignation with A. Ezek. 13. 11. and ye, O great A. sliall fall, and awind 13. there shall be great A. in my fury to consume it 38. 22. I will rain great A. fire, and brimstone

HAIR. Lev. 13. 3. when the A. in the plague is turned white

30. if in plague a yellow A. || 31. no black A. in it 37. there is black A. grown || 14. 8. shave off' A. 9.

Num. 6. 19. after the A. of his separation is shaven Jwls/. 20. 16. every one could sling stones at h. brea. 2 Sam. 14. 11. not one A. of thj- son fall to the earth 26. because the A. was heavy on him, he polled it 1 Kings 1. 52. thereshal 1 not an A. of him fall to earth Neh. 13. 25. 1 plucked otf their A. and made them Jof, 4. 15. then a spirit passed , A. of my flesh stood up Cant. 4. 1. thy A. is as a flock of goats, 6. 5. Isa. 3. 24. and instead of well set A. baldness 7. 20. the Lord shall shave the head, and A. of feet 50. 6. my cheeks to them that plucked off' A. Jer. 7. 29. cut ofl^ tliy A. O J erusaleni , cast away Exei. 5. 1. and divide the A. || 16. 7. thy A. is grown Zech. 13. + 4. nor shall they wear a garment of A. Mat. 3. 4. John had raiment of camel's h. Mark i. 6. 5. 36. tliou canst not make one A. white or black John 11. 2. and wiped his feet with her A. 12. 3. 1 Cor. U. 14. if a man have long A. it is a shame

15. if a woman have long h. it is a glory to her

1 Tim. 2. 9. not with broidered A. or gold, or pearls

1 Pel. 3. 3. not of plaiting the A. and wearing gold Rev. 6. 12. the sun became black as sackcloth of A.

9. 8. and they had A. as the A. of women See Goats, Head. HAIRS. Gen. 42. 38. ^e shaH bring down my A. 44. 29, 31. Lev. 13. 21. if there be no white A. therein D<^t. .32. 25. the suckling arlso with man of gray A. Riuh 4. 1 15. he shall be a nourisherof thy gray A. P.\al. 40. IS. are more than the A. of my head, 69. 4.

71. t 18. now to gray A. O God, forsake me not La. 46. 4. and even to hoar A. will I carry you Dan. 4. 33. till A. were grown like eagle's feathers Hos.T. 9. gray h. are here and there upon him Mat. 10. .30. the A. of our head numbered, Luke 12. 7. I.uke 7. 38. did wipe them with A. of her head, 44. Rev. 1. 14. his head and A. were white like wool

HAIRY. Gen. 25. 25. the first red, all over like an A. garment

27. 11. Ksau is an A. man || 23. his hands were A.

2 Kings 1. 8. Elijah was an A. man, and girt with Psal. 68. 21. tlie A. scalp of such a one as goeth on

HALE. Luke 12. 58. lest the adversary A. tliee to the judge

HALING. Acts 8. 3. Saul A. men and women, committed them

HALF. Eiod. 24. 6. Moses took A. the blood, A. he sprinkled

30. 23. take thou of sweet cinnamon A. so murh J^v. 6. 20. A. of it in the morning, and A. at night Num. 12. 12. of whom the flesh is A. consumeci

31. 29. take it of their A. and give it to Kleazar Josh. 8. 33. A. of them over against mount Ibal

1 .Sam. 14. 14. within as it were an A. acre of land

2 Sam. 10. 4. Hanunshaved off one A. of their beards

18. 3. nor if A. of us die, will they care for us

19. 40. A. the people of Israel conducted David

1 Kings 3. 25. give h. of the child to one, A. to other

10.7. and behold, the A. was not told, 2 CAr. 9. 6.

13.8. if thou wilt give me A. thine house, I will not 16. 21. A. of the people followed Tilmi, A. Omri

Neh. 3. 9. the ruler of the A. part of Jerusalem, 12.

16. A. part of Bethzur || 17 . A. of Keilah, 18. 1.3. 24. children spake A. in the speech of Ashdod

£«A. 5. 3. to the A. of the kingdom, 7. 2. Mark6.'2X. Psal. 55. 23. bloody men shall not live A. their days F.zek. 16. 51. nor hath Samariacommitte

4. A. of mount toward the south II 8. A. toward sea Luke 10. 30. and departed, leaving him A. (lead

19. 8. behold, the A. of my goods 1 give to the poor Rev. 8. 1. was silence about space of A. an hour

11.9. shall see dead bodies three days and an A. 11.

See Shekel, Hin, Tribe.

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Mat. 27. 27. the soldiers took Jesus into common A.

Mark 15. 16- tlie soldiers led him away to the A.

Luie 22. 56. had kindled a fire in tlie midst of tlie A.

See JUUGM£KT.

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HALLOW. Exod. 28. 3R. which the children of Israel shall n.

29. 1. A. them to minister to me in priest's olhce Lev. 22. 2. in those things which they A. to me, 3. .32. 1 will be hallowed, 1 am the Lonl who A. you

25. 10. shall A. the fiftieth year, proclaim liberty Num. 6. 11. and he shall A. his head that same day 1 Kings fi. 64. same day did king A. court, 2 CAr. 7.7. Jer. 17. 22. but A. ye the sabbath-day, 24. 27. Ezek. 20. 20. and A. my sabbaths, they shall be a ^ign

44. 24. they shall keep laws and A. my sabbaths

HALLOWED. Eiod. 20. 11. Ld. blessed the sabbath-day and A. it

29. 21. Aaron shall be A. and his garments Lev. 12. 4. she shall touch no A. thing, nor come

19. 8. because he hath profaned the A. thing of L,

22. 32. I will be A. among tlie children of Israel Num. 3. 13. 1 A. unto me all the first-tx)rn in Israel

5. 10. and every man's A. things shall be his

16. 37. take up the censers, for they are A. 38.

18. 8. of all the A. things I have given unto thee

29. even the A. part thereof out of it

Veut. 26. 13. I have brought away the A. things

1 Sam. 21. 4. is no common, but there is A. bread

6. so Ahimelechthe priest gave him A. breail

1 Kings 9. 3. 1 have A. this hou&e thou hast built, 7.

2 Kings 12. 18. Jehoash took all the A. things

2 Chron. 36. 14. polluted the house of L. he had A.

Mat. 6. 9. A. be thy name, Luie 11. 2. HALT.

Mat. 18. 8. is better to enter into life A. Mari 9. 45.

Luke 14. 21. bring in hither the A. and the blind

John 5. 3. of A. waiting for the moving of the water FIALT.

To halt, to be lame on both sides. With this Elijah reproaclies tlie Israelites of the ten liibes, 1 Kim/s 18. 21. How long halt ye between two opinions ? They did not adore God with a pure and unmixed uorship, but were for reconciling the uorship of God uilh that of idols. God says, I will assemble her that halteth, and her that is driven out, Mic. 4. 6. That is, I uill restore my people of the Jews, though now in a ueai, banished, affiicted coTidilion, to their former privileges, and plant them in their own country ; I uill determine such of them to return, aho seem unresolved ahether to go or not. TIte P>almist says, that his enemies rejoiced to see him halt, Psal. 35. 15. But in mine adversity, Heb. halting, they rejoiced. IVhen 1 TSas in great danger of falling into trouble ; when I had any sickness, or ill success in my affairs. And in Jer. 20. 10. All my familiars watched for my halting : They lay in tcait to take me tripping in any thing, if they could, that tliey might give mine adversaries any advantage against me.

1 Kings 18.21. how long A. ye between twoopinions?

Psal. 38. 17. am ready to A. ray sorrow is before ine HALTED.

Gen. 32. 31. as Jacob passed, he A. upon ids thigh

Mic. 4. 7. 1 will make her that A. a remnant HALTEIH.

Mic. 4. 6. in that day I will assemble her that A.

Zeph. 3. 19. behold atthattnne I will save lierttiatA. HAI.riNG.

Jer. 20. 10. all my familiars watched for my A. HAMMER.

Judg. 4. 21. then Jael took an A. in her hand 5. C6. with A. she smote Sisera, smote oflT his head

1 Kings 6. 7. was neither A. nor axe heard in house

Isa.4i. 7. and he that sniootlieth with the A.

Jer. 23. 29. like a A. that breaketh rock in pieces 50. 2.3. how is the A. of whole earth cut asunder

A'aA, 2. 1 1. the A. is come up before thy face HAMMERS.

Psal. 74. 6. break down the caived work with A.

Isa. 44. 12. the smith fashioneth it with A.

Jer. 10. 4. they fasten it with nails and witli A, HAND

7* a part of the body well kmium. By hand, is some times understood the vengeance 01 God exercised upon any one ; 1 Sam. 5. 6, 7. T'he hand of the Lord was hea\'y upon them of Ashdod, after they had taien the ark, and had been told that it should continue to oppress them, till they should send it back with presents.

To pour water on any one's hands, signifies to serve him. Thus Elisha is said to have pouredaaler on Elijah's hands, thereby meaning that he teas kit servant, 2 Kings 3. 11.

To wash one's hands, denoted that the person was innocent of manslaughtei , when the murderer teas B<'«/7ifla;«, Deut. 21.6, '7. Pilate a'ojAi'rf Am liandi. Mat. 27. 24. to denote his being intwcent of what was required of him, when he proceeded to condemn Jesus, in whom he finind nothing to deserve such a sentence. Some think that Pilute, living among tlie Jews, Aarf learned this rile from them ; hut others are of opinion, that it was a ceremony used in protestations of innocenry among other people at well as the }ev>3.

To kissoiie's hand, it an act cfadoratiim. Job 31 . 27. If 1 beheld the sun when itsbined, and my mouth hath kissed my hand.

To fill one's hand, signifies to put one in possession of the priesthood, to enter him in the etijoyment of the sacerdotal dignity ; because in this ceremony the parts of the victim which were to be offered were put into the netc priest's hand. Exod . 28. 4 1 . '1 hou shalt consecrate them ; in Hebrew, fill their hand. See also Judy. 17. 5, 12. 1 Kings 13. .33.

To lean upon any one s hand, is a mark of famili- arity and superiority. The king of Israel had one if his confidents upon whom he leaned, 1 K ings 7. 2, 17. And in like manner the king of Syria lean- ed on S'aaman, when he went up to the temple of his god Rimmon, 2 Kings 5. 18.

To litt up one's hand, is a way of taking an oath in use with all nations, (ien. 14. 22. 1 have lifted up mine hands unto the lx>ni. It was likewise a posture used in praying lor a blessing upon the people. Lev. 9. 22. Aaron lilted up

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hw hands towanls ttie people, and blessed them. To lilt up the hand against one, is to rebel against htm. 2 Sam. 20. 21. Hheba hath lifted up liis hand asrainst king />ai'>rf.

To give one's hand, signifies to grant peate, to swear friendship, to prumi.se all security, to mate allinnce. 2 Kings 10. 15. Jf/msaidto Jehunadah, Js thine heart right, as my heart is witli thy heart r If it be, give me thine hand; and he gave him his hand. The .lews say, they uere oiliped to give the hand to the Igyptians and Assyrians, that thry might procure bread: that is, to surrender to them, to make an alliance icith them, that they might he enabled to subsist, that in their extreme necessity they might treiene their lives, i Ihers think that by this phrase is m-aW, that the .lews tcere glad to labour with their hands, and work for titem, in order to pro- cure the necessaries if life. Lam. 5. C.

Riglit hand. The rijiht hand detwtes power , strength. The scripture ijerierally imputes to God's right hand all the tjfecis vf his orrmipotence. Exod. io. 6, Ihy riyht hand, () lord, is become glo- rious in power; thy right hand, O lord, hath dashed in pieces the enemy, ^e Psal. 17. 7- 1 CO. 6. 1 44. :i.

To sit down on the right hand of God. The Son vf God is often represented as sitting at the right hand cf his heavenly lather. PsaJ. 110. 1. 1 he I^rd said to my Lord, sit thou at my riglit hand, 'ihou bast do-ne thy work vpoti earth, mm take possession of that sorereig?i kingdom and glory : which by right oelongeth to thee ; do thou rule with authority and konimr, as thiu art Mediator,

1'he right hand co7nmonly denotes the stuth, as the left hand denotes the north. J-or the Hebrews speak of the quarters of the world in respect of themtenes, having their faces turned towards the east, their backs to the west, their right hands to the south, and their lift to the 7iorth. Thus Ke- deni, which signifies before, stands also for the east ; and Achor, which signifies behind, marks out the west ; Jamin, the right hand, is the south; and .Shemol, the left hand, is the north, for example: Doth not David hide himself with us in strong holds in the woods, in tiie hill of Ua- chilali, which is on the south of Jeshimcnf Heb. on the right hand of .Jeshimon. iiee Last.

'The accuser was commonly at the right hand of the accused. Vsal. 109. 6. Let Satan stand at his right hand. And in Zech. 3. 1. Satan was at the right hand of the high priest Joshua to ac- cuse him.

Often, in a contrary sense, to be at one's right hand signifies to defend, to protect, to support him. Psal. 16. 8. 1 109. M. \ have set the I oni always before me; because he is at my nulit hand I shall not be move

To tuin from the law of God, neither to the right hand, nor to the left, is a frequent Scripture ex- pression, .losh. 1. 7.123 6. 2 Kings 22. 2. ihe meaning is, that we must not depart from it at all, neither by attempting to go beyond it, and doing more ihart. it requires, nor by doing less. But we must observe it closely, constantly, and invariably, as a traveller, who does not go out of his way, either to the right or to the left.

Our Saviour, in j\lat. 6. 3. to shew with what iriyacy we should do good works, says, 1 hat our eft hand should not know what our right hand does. Above all things we should avoid vanity and ostentation in all the good we undertake to do, and should not thiuk that thereby we merit

^aisy thing.

To stretch or spread out the hands, is sometimes a gesture that denotes mercy. Isa. f)5. 2. 1 fiave spread out my hands all the tlay unto a re- bellious people ; 1 hare invited them by my pro- phets, and used all means to allure them to my- self. So in Prov. 1. 24. I have called, and ye have refused ; I have stretched out my hand, and no man regarded. 1 would not put foith my hand against the Lord's anointed, / would not kill him, 1 Sam. 24. 10. lo put forth one's hand upon any thing, to take, to steal it. Lxod. 22. 8, 11. lie shall swear that he hath not put his hands to his neighbour's goods.

Hand IS likewise frequently taken for the power and impression of the Holy Spirit felt by some pro- phet. I kings 18. 46. 1 he hand of the I ord was on Elijah. See 2 Kings 3. 15. Ezek. 1. .3, | 3. 14. It is said in several places, that God gaie his law, or sent his orders, by the hand of Closes, or some other prophet ; that he spake to his people by the hand of prophets, Afc. that is, by their means, by their mouth.

Laying on hands, or imposition of hands, is un- derstood in different ways both in the Uld and A'ea Testament. (1) It is often taken for ordina- tion and consecration of priests and ministers, as well among the .lews as Christians, Kum. 8. 10. Acts 6. 6. I 13. 3. 1 Tim. 4. 14. (2) It is some- times also wade use of to signify the establish- ment of judges and magistrates, on whom it was usual to lay hands, when they were intrusted with these employments : Thus when Moies coTistituted .loshua his .successor, tioj appointed him to lay his hands upon him. Num. 27. 18. Jacob laid his hands upon F.phraim and Majiasseh, wheji he pave them his last blessing. Gen. 48. 14.

3 he high priest streti hed out his hands to the peo- ple, as ofteu as he recited the solemn form of blessing, \.ev. 9. 22. 'The Israelites who pre- sented sin-offeringt at the tabernacle, confessed their sins, while they laid their hands upon them. Lev. 1. 4. This testified that the persin acknowledged himself worthy of death, that he laid his sins upon the sacrifice, that he tiusted in Christ for the expiation of his sins, and that he devoted himself to God. Witnesses laid their 210

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I hands upon the head of the accused peTSon, as 11 were to si^mify that they charged upon htm the guilt of Ins blood, and freed themselves from it, Deut. 13. 9. I 17.7. Uur Saviour laid his hands upon the chi'dren that were presented to him, and blessed them, Mark 10. 16. And the Holy {•host was i Off cried on those who weie baptized, by the laying oh of the apostle's hands. Acts 8. 17.1 19. 6. Hand when referred, T. To God, signifies, [1] His eternal purposes, and executive power. Acts 4. 28. .30. [2] His providential bounty and goodness, Psal. 104.28. [3] His mighty power to preserve

and

d defend, John 10. 28, 29. [4] His frowns corrections, .ludg. 2. 15. Psal. .32. 4.) .38.

2. [5] His sovereign dispose, Psal. 31. 15. [6] His help. >ieh. 2. 8. PsaJ. 74. 11. [7J His fa- vour, Luke 1. 66. [8.] His Spirit, 1 Kings 18. 46. Ezek. 1. 3.1.37. 1. [9] His proviiietue, 1 Chron. 29. 16. Job 2. 10.

Referred. II. To men, signifieth, [1] ^n instru- ment, Exod. 4. 13. Hag. 1. t 1. [2] I'ower, Prov. 3. 27. [3J His help, 2 Kin^s 15. 19. [4] Possession, 1 Kmgs 11. 31. [5] Advice, 2 Sam. 14. 19. [6] Tyranny, Exod. 18. 9. [7] Work, Acts 20. 34.

Gen, 9. 2. into your h, are they delivered 39. 6. he left all that he had in Joseph's h, 44. 17. but the man in whose h. the cup is found

Exod. 6. 1. with a strong /(. shall he drive them out

13. 3. by strength of A. I-ord brought out

14. 8. Israel went out with an high h. JSum. ,33. 3. 16. stretch out thine h. over the sea

t 31. Israel saw that great h. Lord did on Egjpt 17- + 16. the h, upon the throne of the Lord 19. 1,3. there shall not a //. touch it, but he shall

21. 24. h, for h, foot for foot, Dent. 19. 21. 28. t 41. anoint them, and fill their h, 29. + 9. 34. 29. two tables of the testimony in Moses' /». 38. 15. on this h, and that h, were hangings

Lev. 12. t 8. if her h. tind not sutficieaicy, then

25. 28. remain in the h. of him that bought it Num. 15. t ;iO. soul that doeth ought w ith an high h.

.35. 1 17. if he smite him with the stone of the A. I'eut. 13. 9. afterwards the h. of all the people 25. 12. thou shalt cut oft her h. pity her not 32. t 36. repent, w hen he seeth their h. is gone Josh. 2. 19. his blood on our head if any h. on him Judg. 1. .35. the A. of the house of .loseph prevailed 4. 9. the J. ord shall sell Sisera into h. of a woman 15. 18. now fall into the h. of the uncircumcised 17. + 5. Micah filled the //. of oneof his sons

20. 48. Isr. smote all that came to h, of Kenjamin

1 Sam. 12. 3. of whose h, have 1 received any bribe ?

13. 22. nor spear found in the h, of any ( t Israel

17. 50. there was no sword in the h. of David 20. 19.didst hide thyself w hen the business was in k.

22. 17. because their A. also is with David

2 Sam. 13. 5. that I may see, and eat it at her h, 6.

14. 19. is not the h. of J oab with thee in all this?

21. 20. had on everv h. six lingers, 1 Chron. 20. 6. 24. 14. let me not fall into h. of men, 1 Chr, 21. 1.3.

1 h'ings2.46. kingdom established in /(.of Solomon 13. 6. and the king's A. was restored again

18. 44. there ariseth a cloud like a mail's h.

22. 6. they said, go up, for the Lord shall deliver

it into the king's h. 12, 15. 2 Chron, 28. 5.

2 Kimjs 7.2. lord on whose h. the kin" leaned, 17. 13. 5. went out from under the h. of the Syrians

19. t 26. inhabitants w ere short of h. Isa. 37. + 27.

1 Chr. 29. t 24. sons of Dav. gave A. undei' Solom.

2 Chron. 12. 5. hath Lord left you in A. of Shishak Ezra 7. 9. according to good A. of his God on him

9. 2. the A. of (jrinces liave been chief in trespass Job 9. 24. earth is given in o the A. of the wicked

12. 6. into whose A. God bringeth abundantly 10. in whose A. is the soul of eve' y living thing

20. 22. every A. c,f the w icked shall come on him

21. 16. lo, their good is not in then- A.

34. 20. the mighty shall be taken away without A. .37.7. he sealeth up the A. of every man Psal, 31. 8. thou hast not shut me into A. of enemy .36. 11. let not the A. of the wicked remove me 71. 4. deliv.nieout of A. of wicked, 82. 4. 197. 10. 123. 2. as eyes of servants look to the A. ofmasters 127. 4. as arrows are in the A. of a mighty man 149. 6. let a two edeed sword be in their A. Prov. 6. 3. when thou art come into A. of thy friend

10. 4. he becometh poor that dealeth with a slack

A. but the A. of the diligent maketh rich

11. 21. tho' A. join A. wicked not unpunished, 16.5.

12. 24. the A. of the diligent shall bear rule

17. 16. why a price in A. of a fool to get wisdom ?

26. 9. as a thorn goeth up into the A. of adrunkard Eccl. 4. t 1. on the A. of their oppressors was power Isa. 10. 5. the staff in their A. is my indignation

13. 2. shake the A. that thev may go in'o the gates

14. 26. and this is the A. that is stretched out 19. 4. 1 will giveover into the A. of a cruel lord 28.2. Ld. shall cast down to the earth with the A.

Jer. 12. 7. have given dearly belov. into A. of ene. 18. 4. vessel was marred in the A. of the potter 6. as clay in the potter's A. so are ye in mine 21. 5. with an outstret. hed A. 1 will fight ag. you 26. 24. the A. of Ahikam w as with Jeremiah, not to give him into A. of people to put him to death 50. 15. shout aast. her round, she hath given her A. Lam. 5. 6. we have given the A. to the Egyptians

12. princes are hansted up by their A. Eiek, 2. 9. an A. was sent me, and lo, a roll 8. 3. and he put forth the form of an A. 10. 8. 16. 49. nor did she strengthen the A. of the needy 21.+ 14. prophesy, and smite A. to A. together 24. 1 say, ye shall be taken with the A. 28. 9. be no god in the A. of him that slayeth thee M. 10. behold, 1 will require my flock at their h, .37. 19. take the stick which is in the A. of Ephraim 40. 5. and in the man's A. a measuring reed Van. 5. 5. there came forth the fingers of a man's A. 23. Goii, in whose A. thy breath is, hast not glorif. 8. 25. but he shall be broken without A. 10. 10. behold, an A. touched me, which set me

HAN

Joels. 8. sell sons and daughters into A. o( Judah Mic. 2. 1. because it is in the power of their A. Z.!ch. 4. 10. shall see plummet m A. of Zeruhbabel Mat. 8. 15. he touched her A. || 22. 13. bind him A. Marks, 1. aman who hada withered A. S.XwXeO. 8

14.41. the Son of man is betrayed intoA. of sinners Luke 1. 1. as many have taken in A. to set forth 74. being delivered out of the A. of our enemies

22. 21. tlie A. of him that betrayeth me is with me John 10. .39- but he escaped out of their A.

11. 44. that was dead came forth, bound A. and foot Acts 12. 17. Peter beckoning to them with the A. 1 Cor. 12. 15. because 1 am not Ihe A. I am not ho

17. 4. the woman, having a golden cup in her A.

19. 2. hath avenged the blood of serv ants at her h.

At HAND, or at the HAND. Gen. 9. 5. at the A. ot every beast 1 will require if, at the A. of man, at the h. of man's brother

27. 41. the days of mourning for my father are at h.

33. 19. field .Jacob bought a/ A. of chihi. of lianior Veut. 15. 9- saying, the year of release is at A.

32. .35. for the day of their calamity is at h.

1 Sam. 9. 8. 1 have here at A. fourth part of a shekel 20. 16. let Ix)rd require it at A. of David's enendes

2 Kings 9. 7- may avenge blood at the A. of Ji zebel Neh, 11. 24. Pethahiah was at the king's A. in all Isa. 13. 6. day of l^rd is at A. Joel}. 15. Zeph. 1. 7 Jer. 23. 23. am 1 a God at A. and not a (iod afar oft ? Ezek. 12.23. the days are a/ A. and effect of vision

.33. 6. but his hlootf will 1 require a< watchman'sA.

36.8. and yield fruit, for they are at A. to ccJine Joel Q. 1. the day of the Lordcometh, it is nigh at A. Mat. 3. 2. kingdom of heaven is at h. 4. I7. j 10. 7.

26. 18. my time is at A. || 45. the hour is at A. 46. he is at h. that doth betray me, Mark 14. 42.

Mark 1. 15. kingdom of God is at A. Luke 21. 31. Lule 21 . .30. that summer is now nigh at A. Johni. 13. and the Jews' passover was at A. 11.55.

7. 2. now the Jews' feast of tabernacles was at h. 19. 42. for the sepulchre was nigh ai A.

lUim, 1,3. 12. the night is far spent, the day is at h, Phil. 4. 5. let moderation be known, the Lord is at h, 2 Thess. 2. 2. as that the day of Christ is at h, 2 Tim. 4. 6. the time of my depaituie is at h. 1 Pet. 4. 7. the end of all things is at h. be ye sober Rev. 1. 3. for the time is at h. 22. 10.

By the HAND. Exod. 4. 13. send by A. of him whom thou wilt send .38.21. sum of tabernacle counted bv h.oi Itliamar iw. 8. 36. which Lord commanded Aj/ A. of Moses, 10. 11. I 26. 46. Awm. 4. 37, 45, 49. I 9. 23. 1 10. 13. 1 15. 23. I 16. 40. | 27. 2.3. I 36. 13. Josh. 14. 2. 1 20. 2. I 21. 2, 8. 1 22. 9. Judg. 3. 4. 1 Kings 8. 53, 56. 2 Chron. 33. 8. 1 35. C. Neh. 9. 14. Psal. 77- 20. 16. 21. send him away by the A. of a fit man Jish. 20. 9. not die by the A. of the avenger of blood Judg. 16. 26. Samson said to lad that held by the h. 1 6'a»i. 18.25. make Dav. fall by the A. of Philistines

27. 1. I shall one day perish by the A. of Saul 2.!)'a)«. 3.18. Aj(

10. 2. David sent to comfort him by h. of servants 11.14. David w rote a letter, sent \tby h. of Uriah 12. 25. he sent by the A. of N athan the prophet 21. 22. they t«ll by the A. of David, 1 Chr. 20. 8.

1 Kings 1. 25. .'Solomon sent by the A. of Benaiah 14. 18. which hespake Ai//AeA. of his serv. Ahijah 16. 7. also by the h, of Jehu came w 01 d of the Lord

2 Kings 14. 25. which he spake by the h, of Jonah 27. he saved them by the A. of Jeroboam

2 Chr, 10. 15. word which he spake by A. of Ahijah

12. 7- not pour out w rath by the A. of Shishak Ezra 1 . 8. bring out vessels by the A. of M ithredath

8. 33. the vessels weighed by the A. of Meremoth Jib 8. +20. nor will he take ungodly by the h. Prov. 26. 6. that sendeth a message by A. of a fool Isa. 51. 18. nor any that taketh her by the h. Jer. 27. 3. send yokes by the A. of the messengers

31 . 32. in the day 1 took them hy the A. Heb. 8. 9. Ezek. lb. 14. my vengeance on Edom by A. of Israel

.30. 12. I will lay the land waste by A. of strangers Hos. 12. + 10. used similitudes by the A. of prophets Mat. 9. 25. he went in and took her by the A. Mark 1. 31.15. 41. Luke^. 54. Mark 8. 23. he took the blind man by A. and led him

9. 27. Jesus took him that was possessed by the A. Acts 7. .35. send to be a deliverer by A. of the angel

9. 8. he saw no man, but they led him by the h.

13. 1 1 . he went seeking some to lead him by the A. Col, 4. 18. the salutation by the h, of me, Paul

See Chaldeans, Ene.mv. HAND joined with enemies,

1 .?am.4.3. the ark of the covenant may save us out

of the A. of our enemies, 12. 10. 2 Sam, 3. 18. 12. 11. deliv. you out of A. of e. 2 Kings 17. .39.

2 Sam, 18. 1 19. Lord judged him from h. of enemies 19. 9. the king saved us out of the A. of our fne/n»>/

2 Kings 21. 14. 1 will deliver them into the A. of their enemies, 2 C'An n. 25. 20. iVeA. 9. 27. Neh, 9. 28. leftest thou them in A. of their enemies Ps, 31. 15. deliver me from the A. of mine enemies Jer. 20. 5. 1 will give this city into the A. of their enemies, 21. 7. | ,34. 20, 21. Ezek. .39. 2.3. 44. 30. 1 will give Pharaoh into A. of his enemies Mic, 4. 10. redeem thee from the A. of thy enemies Luke 1 . 74. delivered out of the A. of our enemies

from the HAND. Gen. 32. 11. deliver me from h. of my brother Esau Veut.T, 8. L. redeemed you /rom/Ae A. of Pharaoh Judg. 8. 22. thou hast delivered us. from A. of M idian 1 Sam, 25. 39. pleaded my reproacn/rff»i A. of N ahal Job 5, 15. he saveth the poor from tAe A. of miihty

6. 23. or redeem me from the A. of the mighty Ps, 22. +. 20. deliver my darlfng/mm A. of the dog 49. + 15. God will redeem my soul/rom A. of grave 89.48. deliver his soul/ro»/ the A. of the grave 106. 10. he saved them /mm the A. of him that hated them, and redeemed them from A. of the enemy

HAN

Ps. 144. 7-deliverme/rom A. ofstrange children, 11. Proz: 6. 5. deliver tlij self as a roe /mm h. of hunter Jer. 'A). 13. he hath delivered poor /rum A. of evil 31 . 1 \.from h. of him that was stronger than he Van. 6. 1 27. delivered Daniel from h. of the lions Jii-'.X^. 1 14. 1 will ransom them/rom h. of the grave LMki 1. 71. be saved from the h. of all that hate us HAND o) God.

1 Sam. 5. 11. A. ofGodvins heavy on themof Ashdod

2 Vhr. 30. 12. h. of God was to "ive them one heart £xra 7. 9. according to the good A. of God, Neh. 2. 8.

8. 18. by good /i. of God upon us, they brought us

S2. A. of God is upon all them for good that seek

31. the A. of God >s upon us, and he delivered us

JNVA. 2. 18. then I told them of the A. of Godoa me

Jok 2. 10. shall we receive good at the A. of God?

19. 21. have pity on me, A. of God hath touched me 27. 11. 1 will teach you by th© A. of God

ileel. 2. 24. this 1 saw tliat it was fiom the A. of God

9. 1. the wise and their works are io the A. of God Jsa. 62. a. shall be a royal diadem in A. of thy God Mark 16. 19. into heaven, anri sat on right A. oj God,

Horn. 8. :«. Col. 3. 1. Heb. 10. 12. 1 Pet. 3<22. Acts 2. 33. being by tlie right A. of God exalted 7.55.saw Jtsusstandlnsion the right A. of God, 56. 1 Pel. 5. 6. humble yourselves under the A. of God

His HAND. Cen. 3.22. lest he put forth Ai> A. and take tree of life J6. 12. his A. will be against every man, and every man"s hand aaainst him

19. 16. while he lingered, men laid hold on his A.

24. 10. all the goo

Exiid. 4. 4. he put forth Ai.rA.it became a rodin AiVA.

6. when he took it out, AijA. was leprous as snow 20. Moses took the rod of God in his h.

8. C. Aaron stretched out his A. over the waters, 17.

10.22. Moses stretched forth his A. toward heaven .17. 11. when Moses held up his h. let down his A.

21. 13. but God delivered him into his h.

16. if found in his A. || 20. he die under his h.

22. 4. if the thett be certainly found in his A. alive

8. to see whether he hath put his A. to goods, 11. 24. 11. on the nobles of Israel he laid not his h. 32. 15. two tables of testimony were in his A. 34. 4.

l.er. 1.4. he shall put Aij A. on head of burnt-offering 5. 1 7. if liis A. cannot reach to sufficiency of a lamb 16. + 32. the priest whom he shall fill hts A.

tium. 5. 18. priest shall have in his h. bitter water

6. 21. besides that that his A. shall get

21. 26. and had taken all his land out of hit A.

22. 23. his sword drawn in his A. 31. 1 Chr. 21. 16.

25. 7. Phinehastook a javelin in his h. and went Veut. 19. 5. his A. fetcheth a stroke with the axe Josh. 5. 13. a man with his sword drawn in his A.

8. 26. .loshua drew not his A back till destroyed

20. 5. shall not deliver the slayer up into his A. Judg. 6. 21. put forth the end of the staff in his A.

7. 14. intoA;>A. hath God delivered Midian

1 Sam. 6. 3. known why his h. is not remov. from you

9. that it ig not his h. that smote us, but chance 14. 26. but no man put his h. to his mouth

27. but .lonathan put AiV A. to his mouth

16. 16. that he shall play with AiV A. thou be well' 23. took an harp and plaved with his A. 18. 10.

17. 40. David took his staff and his sling in his A. 57. with the head of the Philistine in Ai> A.

19. 5. he put his life in his A. and slew the Philistine

23. 16. and lonathan strensthened Ai> A. in (iod

2 ■'iam. 6. 6. Uzzah put An A. to ark, 1 Chr. 1.3, 10. 1 Kings 8. 15. and hath v ith his A. fulfilled it

11. .34. nor take the whole kingdom out of Ai.v h. 1.3. 4. Ai> A. which he put forth against him dried up S K ings 5. 1 1 . callon Ld. and strilte his h. ovei' place

10. 15i he gave himAiVA. took him up in chariot

11. 8. ye shaUcompass the king every man with

his weapons in his h. 11.2 Chron. 23. 7.

14. 5. the kingdom was confirmed in AiV A.

li'. 19. his A. might be with him to confirm kingdonr.

18. 21. on which if a man lean will go into Aw A.

19. 19. I beseech thee, save us out of Ai> A.

1 Chr. 28. 19. made me understand by his A. on me 29. ♦ 5. who i« willing to hll his A. this day ?

2 CAron. 26. I9. Uzziah had a censer in his A. .36. 17. he gave them all into his A.

A'«//. 6. 5. sent his servant with open letter in his h. Joh 6. 9. he woulil let loose his A. and cut me off

15. 23. the day of darkness is ready at his A. 25. for hestretcl.ethout his h. asainstGod

20. 13. A»j A. hath formed the crooked serpent

27. 22. he would fain flee out of his A.

28. 9. he putteth forth his A. upon the rock Psnl. .37. 24. the \mA iiphoKleth him with his A,

.33. the Ixml will not leave him in A«>A. 78. 42, they remembered not hts A. nor the day 89.25.1 willsetAif A. also in the sea, And right hand 95. 4. m his A. are tlie deep places of the earth

7. sheep of his A. to-day it ye will' hear hi.s voice 106. 26. therefore he lifted up Ai'j h. against them 129. 7- wherewith the mower tilleth not his h.

Prov. 7. t 20. hath taken a bag of money in his A. 19. 24. a slothful man hideth his A. 26. 15. Etcl. 5. 14. begets a son, and nothing is in his A. 15. nothing which he may carry away in Ai>A. Cant. 5. 4. my beloved put in his A. by huleof door Ua. 5. 25. his anger not turned away, but Aw A. is stretched out still, 9. 12, 17, CI. I 10. 4. 1 14. 27.

10. .32. he shall shake his A. against mount /ion

11. 11. I.oi-d shall set Ai'v A. again the second time 15. and he shall shake hit h. over the river

22. 21. I will commit thy government into Aij A. 28. 4. while it is yet in Aii A. he eateth it up 31. 3. when the Ixird shall stretch out Ai> A. 37. 20. therefore, O Ixjid, save us from Ai.t A. 40. 12. who measured waters in hollow of Ai>A. 44. 5. another shall 3ubscril)e with his A. to I.ord 49. 2. in the shadow of his A. hath he hid me 53. 10. the pleasure of Ix>rd shall prosper in his A. 56. 2. and keepeth his h. from doing any evil Jer. 27. 8. till I have consumed them by Am A

HAN

Lam, 1. 14. yoke of my transgression bound by A. h.

2. 8. he hath not withdrawuVjn A. trom destroying

3. 3. he turneth AiV A. against me all the day E^ek.%. 11. even every man with his censer in AiV A.

9. 1, every man with his destroying weapon in A. A. 17. 18. despiseth oath, when lo, he had given his h. .30. 22. 1 will cause the sword to fall out of his A.

24. and I will put my sword in his A.

46.7. for lambs accordingas Aw A.shall attain unto Da».4.35. nonecanstay A. A. or say, what doesttliou.' 8. 4. neither any that could deliver out of his h. 7.

25. he shall cause craft to pirosper in his A.

11. 11. but the multitude shall be given into AiV A. 41. but these shall escape out of A. A. even Edom

Hos. 7- 5. he stretched out his A. with scorners

12. 7. the balances of deceit are ia his A. Hah. 3. 4. he had horns coming, out of his A. Zepi^Z. 15. passeth her shall hiss and wag his A. ZecA. 8. 4. every man with staff-in Aw A. for very age

14. 13. his A. rise up ag. the hand of his neishbour Mat. 3. 12. whose fan is in his A. Lvke 3. l7.

26. 23. he that dippeth A«> A. with me in the dish Mark 3. 5. and his A. was restore

7. 32. they beseech him to put his h. upon him Lnke 9. 62. no man having put his A. to the plough

15. 22. put-a ring on Ai> A. and shoes on his feet John 3. 35. and hath given all things into his A.

18. 22. an othcer struck him with the palm of his A. AclsT.^5. how God by his A. would deliver them

28. 3. a viper fastened on Ai-r A. || 4. hang on his h. Hev. 6. 5. he that sat had a pair of balances in his A.

10. 2. and he had in his A. a little book open

14. 9. receive his mark in his forehead, or in his h. 14. having golden crown, and in A. A. sharp sickle

20. 1. an angel came with a great chain in his A. HAND of the Lord, or Lord^s HAND.

F.xod. 9. 3. the A. of the iMrd is upon thy cattle

16. 3. would to God we had died by h. of the Lord A'M/n. 1 1 .23. said to .Moses, is Ijird's A. waxed short r Deut. 2. 15. A. oft>ie L. was aeainst them to destroy Josh. 4.24. all people know that A. of Ixir is iniahry

22. 3i. ye have delivered Israel out of A. of the L. Judg. 2. 15. the A. of the Lord was ag. them for evil Biith 1. 13. the A. of the Lord is gone out against me

1 Sam. 5. 6. h. of L. was heavy on them of Ashdod 9. A. of L. was against the city with destruction

7. 13. the A. of the Lord was against the Philistines

12. 15. then snail the A. of the Lord be against you

2 Sam. 24. 14. let us fall into A. of L. 1 Chr. 21. 13.

1 Kings 18. 46. the A. of the Lord was on Elijah

2 Kings .3. 15. that the A. of L. came upon F.lisha Ezra 7. 6. king granted according to h. of L. on him Joi 12. 9. A. rf Lord hath wrought this, Isa. 40. 20. PfoJ. 75. 8. in the A. of the Lord there is a cup Prov. 21. 1. king's heart is in the A. of the Lord Tia. 19. 16. because of the shaking of the h. of Lord

25. 10. in this mountain shall the A. of the L. rest 40. 2. she hath received of the lj>r£s A. double 51.17. hast drunk at A. o/iorrfthe cup of his fury 59. 1. Lord's A. is not shortened , that it cannot save 62. 3. tliou shall be a crown of glory in A. of Lord 66. 14. A. of Lord shall be known toward servants

Jer. 25. 17. then took I the cup at the lord's h.

51. 7. Babylon hath been a golden cup in Lord's h. Lzek. 1. .3. the A. of the Lord was there upon him

3. 14.theA.fl//AeZ. wasuponme,22. 1 8. 1. 1 .37.1.

33. 22. the A. of the Lord was on me in the evening

40. 1. the self-same day the A. c//.orrf was with hitn I.vke 1. 66. and the A. of the Lord was with him jiets 11. 21. the A. of the I^rd wa? with them

13. 11. behold, the A. of the f^rd is upon thee

See Lay, or Laid.

I.eft HAND.

Gen, 13. 9. if thou w ilt take left A. I will go to right

14. 15. Hobah which is on left A. of Dama-^cus

24. 49. that I may turn to the right h. or to the /eft 48. 13. .loseph took Ephraim in his right hanfl to- ward Israel's left A. and .Manasseh in his /eft h.

14. Israel laid his /eft h. upon iMana.=.,eh's head

Eiod. 14. 22. waters a wall on the riaht A. and /eft

Lev. 14. 15. pour the oil into his own /eft A. 27.

Sum. 20. 17- we will not turn to the right A. m r to

the left, Deut. 2. 27. 1 5. .32. 1 17. 11, 20. 1 28. 14.

22. 20. no way to turn either to right A. or left Ji-sh. 1. 7. turn not from it to right A. or to /eft,

that thou mayest prosper, 23. 6. 1 Sam. 6. 12. Pror. 4. 27. Judg. 3. 21. Ehud put forth /eft A. and took dagger

7. 20. the companies held lamps in their left A.

16. 29. Samson took hold of other pillar with left h.

2 Ham. 2, 19. he turned not to left A. from followini;

14. 19. none can turn to the right A. or to the /(ft

16. 6. all the mighty men were on right A. and /eft

1 Kings 22. 19. host of heaven on his hft A. 2 Chr.

18. 18.

2 Kings 22. 2. .losiaih turned not fo the risht A. or left

23. 8. which were on a man's left A. at the uate

1 C'Ar. 6. 44. the sons of Merari stood on the left h. 12. 2. they could use both riiiht A. and lejt in hurl.

2 Chr. .3. 17. he called name of that on left A. Hoaz

4. 6. and he put five on the left h. to wash in them 7. five candlesticks on the right, five on tl^e left A.

?V«*.8. 4. Kzraon pulpit, on his /<■/< A. stood Ped'aiah Jib 23. 9. on left A. he doth work, not behohl him Prov. 3. 16. and in her left h. riches anil honour Eccl. 10. 2. but a fool's heart is at his left A. Cant. 2. 6. left A. is under my head, right embraces

8. 3. his left A. under my head, right embrace me /.<«. 9. 20. he shall eat on'left A. and not be satisfie

.30. 21. ears hear a word, » hen ve turn to the left h. 54. 3. thou Shalt break forth on'ihe tight A. umi left Euk. 16. 46. her dauahters dwell at thy left h.

21. 16. go thee either on the riuht A. or on the left 39. 3. I will smite thy bow out of thy left A.

Dan. 12. 7. when he lield up Ids left A. to heaven Jonah 4. 1 1. cannot discern between riaht A. and left Zech. 12. 6. shall dev. ail people on riaht A. ami left Mat. 6. 3. let not left A. know what thy riaht doeth 20. 21. one on risrht h. other on left, "Slark 10. .37. 23. to sit on right A. and /cyy not mine, Mark 10.40.

25. 33. he shall set sheep on his right A. goats on left 41. he shall say to them on left A. depart from me

HAN

Mat. 27. .38. were two thieves, one CTTicifiert on rigM

A. other on the left, Mark 15.

Acts 21. 3. we left Cyprus on the ,tjt h. and sailed

2 Cor.d.T. armourof nghteousn.onright A.aud/

See Li IT hand or hands.

Miahty HAND.

Erod. 3. 19. will not let you go, no not with mighty h,

.32. 1 1 . people thou broughtest forth with mighty A.

DetU. 3. 24. hast began to shew servant thy migi{y k

4. 3». assayed to take him a nation by a miihip A.

5. 15. Ciod brought thee out of Egypt by a michly

A. 6. 21. 17. 8, 19. 1 9. 26. 1 11. 2. 1 €6. 8. |

34. 12.-

2 CAr. 6. .32. stranger that is come for thy mighty A.

Ezek. 20. .33. with a mighty A. will 1 rule over you

.34. and I will bring you out with a mighty A. Dan. 9. 15. brought you out of Egypt with mighty A. 1 Pet. 5. 6. humble yourselves under m»jA/y A. ot G .

Mine and my HAND. Gen. 14. 22. 1 have lifted up mine A. unto the I ord

21. 30. seven ewe- lambs shall thou take of my A.

31. 29. it is in the power of my A. lo do you hurt .39. I bear loss, of my A. didst thou require it

33. 10. 1 pray thee, receive my present at my A.

42. 37. deliver him into my A. 1 will bring him thee

43. 9. ril be surety, of my h. shall thou reejuiie him hiod. 7. 17. I'll smite with the ro

15. 9. wy A. shall destroy them |117. 9. rodinmj'jieA.

.Tl. 22. 1 will cover thee with my A. while 1 pass

23. 1 will take away mirit A. and thou shall see

A''wm.21.2. if thou wilt deliver this people mXo my h.

22. 29. I would there were a sword in mine A. Veut. 8.17. might of my h. hath gotten me this wealth

10. 3. went up, having the two tables in mine h.

32. 39. nor and deliver out of my A. Isa. 43. 13.

40. 1 lift up my h. to heav. and say, 1 live for evei

41. and if mine h. take hold on judgment Judg. 6. .30. if thou will save Israel by my A. .37.

7. 2. lest vaunt, saying, mine own A. hath saved me

8. 7. when Ixird hath delivereil Zeba into mine A 9. 29. would to God this people were under myh.

12. 3. and the Lord delivered them into my A. 17. .3. dedicated the silver to the lord from myh.

1 Sam. 12. 5. that ye have not found ought in my h.

17. 46. Lord will deliver thee this day into mine Ik.

18. 17. Saul said, let not mine A. be upon him 21. 4. there is no common bread under mine A. 23.7. God hath delivered him into mine A.

24. 6. to stretch mine A. agiiinst I.ord's anointed

11. see skirt in mine A. no transgression in m. A.

12. but mine A. shall not be upon thee, 13.

26. 18. what have 1 done .' what evil is in mine A. .' 23. Lord delivered thee into my h. to-da v, 24. 10.

28. 21. 1 have put my life in my A. and hearkened

2 Sam. 3. 12. my A. shall be with thee to bring Israel 5. 19. wilt thou deliver the Philistines into mine A..'

I will doubtlessdeliver, 1 Chron. 14. 10 18. 12. yet not put forth mine A. against Absalom

1 Kings 13. 6. that my h. may be restored me a:;ain

2 Kings 5. 18. he leaneth on my A. in house of R iiiiiii . 18. 34. have they delivered Samaria out of my A. .'

.35. have delivered their country out of my h. that the L. shouhl deliver .lerusafem out of mine A.

1 CAr. 22. 18. siven inhabitants of land into my A.

2 CAr. 32. 15. shall G. deliver you out of my A. / 17. J

29. 20. and my bow was renewed in my A. 31.25. rejoiced because mine A. had gotten much

27. or my mouth hath kissed my A. .33. 7. neither shall 'my A. tie heavy ii|X>n thee P^ttl. 77. ' 2. my h. ran in the night, and ceaseon me and purge dross 10. 10. as myh. hath toun

13. by the strength of my A. I have done it

1 4. my A. hath foiiiul asa nest the riches of people

36. 19. have they delivered Samariaout of wy A. .' 20. that L. should ileliver .lerusalem out of my A.

48. 13. mine A. also hath laid foumlafion of earth 50.2. is my A. sliortenetl |1 11. this ye have of my h. 51. 16. have covered thee in the shadow of mine h, 66. 2. all those hath wine h. made. Arts 7. 50. Jer. 6. 12. I will stietch out my h. 15. 6. 1 51.2.5. 16. 21. will cause them fo know mine A. ami might

18. 6. so are ye in mine h. O house of Israel

25. 15. take the wine cup of this fury at my A. Ezek. 6. 14. so will I stretch out my h. upon them

12. 7. in the even I digge

13. 9. mm< A. shall be upon prophets that see ^•anity 20. 5. I lifted up mine h. say inir, I am the Ixird your

Go<1, 6. 23, 28, 42. I -.36. 7. I 44. 12. 1 47. 14. 22. 1 withdrew my A. aiul wrouifht for naine'ssake Q"!. 13. 1 have smitten mine A. at thy dishonest gain .37. 19. one stick. aii

9. 2. tho' into hell, thence shall mine h. lake them ^^f A. 2. 9. behold, I will shake mine h. on them

13. 7. I will tum mine A. ui»n the little ones John 10. 28. nor shall any pluck them out of wf^h. 29. none is able to pluck them out of my I'atlier sA. 20. 25. except I shall thrust my A. into his side 1 Cor. 16.21. the salutation of me Paul wilh mine own A. the grace of 1 ord .1. C. 2 Thess. 3. 17. Gal. 6. 11. 1 have written with my A. Philem. 19.

Our HAND. Gen. .37. 27. let not cwr A. be on him, he is our brother

4.3. 21. and we have brousht it auain in i/»rA. ,VKm.'31. 1 49. taken sum of men of war under otir h. 0*w/..32.27. lest ad versaiies should say ,(i«r A. is liiwh Judg. 16.23. our L'od haih delivered Sams, intoow A.

1 ■■Sam. 14. 10. L. hathdiliv. them into cwr A. .30. CS. .fer. 11.21. prophesy not, that thou die not by om A.

2 Cor. 10. 16. to boast in things made ready tooKrA.

< )»f (/ H A N D. or out of M* 1 1 A N D. Gen. 48. 22. which I took nut of the A. of Aniorite Exod. 2. 19. Egjptian delivered us out i/h. of shep.

3.8. to deliver them cwf 0/*. of Kgyptians. 14..'k(. Sum. 5. 25. take jealousy -oftering cut n/n onians A.

I' -2 2U

HAN

HAN

HAN

Num. 11. 15. if thus, kill me, I pray thee,

JosA. 9. 20. deliver them mil of the h. ot Israel

Jndg. 2. 16. judges which delivered them out of the h. 6, 9. I

1 Sam. 4. 8. who shall deliv. us out ofh. of these sjods'

17. .T7. L. will deliver me («(/ 0/ A. of this Philistine eSam. 12.7. I delivered theecWo/A. of Saul, 22. 1.

23. 21. plucked the spear oitt of the Kgyptiau'.s h.

1 Kings 11. 12. will rend V.'\aii.tmtofh. otSolom. .31. 22. 3. we take it not out of h. of the king of Syria

S Kings 13. 25. took aaain out of h. of IJen-hadad 2(1. 6. out of h. of the king of Assyria, Isa. 38. 6.

fsal.ll. 4. deliver me out of the A. of the wicked 82. 4. rid them out of the h. of the wicked 97. 10. he delivereth them out of h. of the wicked

Jer, 15. 21. 1 will deliver theeoutofh. of the wicked 21.12. himspoiledoMf «/ A. of the oppressor, 22. 3.

32. 4. not escape mit of A. of Chaldeans, .38. 18, 23. Lam. 5. 8. none doth deliver us out of their A. Zeth. 11. 6. out 0/ their h. 1 will not deliver them John 10.39. to take him, but he escaped out 0/ their A. yJcts 12. 11. deliver nie out of the h. of Herod Mev. 8. 4. ascended before ti. <»« 0/ angel's A. 10. 10.

Right HAND. Gen. .35. t 18. .Jacob called him son of the right h. 48. 14. put his rtght A. on Ephraim's head, 18. hiod, 15. 6. thy right A. O Lord, is become glorious 29. 20. put the bloo

2 .Sam. 2(1. 9. Joab took Amasa with right A. to kiss 1 kings 2. 19. Bath-sheba sat on Solomon's right A. 8 KingsiS. 13. on right h. of the mount of corruption Jot 23. 9. he hideth himself on the right A.

.30. 12. u|)on my right A. rise the youth, they push 40. 14. that thine own right A. can save thee Psal, 16. 8. he is at my right A. I shall not be moved 11. at thy right A. are pleasures for evermore

17. 7. savest by thy right A. them that trust in thee

18. .'{5. and thy right h. hath holden me up 20. 6. with the saving strength of his right A.

21.8. thy right A. shall tind out those that hate thee

26. 10. and their right A. is full of bribes

44. 3. but thy right A. and thy arm saved them

45. 4. thy right A. shall teach thee terrible things 9. on thy rtgAt A. did stand queen in goldof Uphir

48. 10. thy r/^A( A. is full of righteousness ,

60. 5. save with thy right A. and hear me

63. 8. ncy soul followeth, thy right h. upholdeth me

73. 23. Ihou hast holden me by ray right A.

74. ll.why withdrawest thou thy right h.?

77. 10. 1 will remember the years of the right A. 78.54. to mountain which his right A. purcliased 80. 15. the vineyard which thy right A. planted

17. let thy hand be ujmn the man of thy right A. 89. 13. stiom; is thy hand, high is thy rtght A.

25. I will also set his right A. in tlie rivers

42. tnou hast set up the right A. of his adversaries 91. 7. ten thousand shall fall at thy rjght A. 98. 1. hJF rirhf h. hath gotten him the victory I1J8 6. save with thy right A. and answer me 109.fi- "I'd let Satan starol at his right A.

31. for he shall stand at the right A. of the poor

110.1. sit thou at my rigAt A. till 1 make enemies thy

footstool, Luke 20. 42. Acts 2. .34. Heh. 1. 13.

y 5. the lord at i\\y rigAt h. shall stiike thro' kings

118. 15. the right A. of the Lord doeth valiantly

16. right A. of the Lord is exalted, doeth valiantly 121. 5. the Lord is thy shade upon thy rigAt A. 137. 5. if I forget, let my right A. forget her cunning 1.38. 7. and thy right A. shall save me

139. 10. even there thy right A. shall hold me 142. 4. looked on my riglu A. none would know me 144. 8. their rigAt A. is a right A. of falsehood, 11. Proi: 3. 16. lenuth of days is in her rigAt A.

27. 16. the ointment of his right A. bewray eth Lfcl. 10. 2. a wise man's heart is at his rigAt A. Cant. 2. 6. and his rigAt A. doth embrace me

8. 3. and his right A. sliould embrace me '

Jsa. 41. 10. 1 will uphold thee with right A. of right.

13; 1 the Lord thy (iod will hold thy rigAt A.

44. 20. nor say, is there not a lie in my right A.

45. 1. to Cyrus whose right A. I have holden 48. 13. my rigAt A. hath spanned the heavens

62. 8. the Lord hath sworn by his righi A.

63. 12. that led them by the rigAt A. of Moses Jer.22.24. tho' Coniah were the signet on my right A. lMm.2. 3. hath drawn back hisrij7A< A. from enemy

4. he stood with his right A. as an adversary Ezei. 21. 22. at right A. divination for.lerusalem fJah. 2. 16. cup of Lord's right A. shall be turned to ZecA. 3. 1. Satan standing at his rigAt A. to resist him lHat. 5. 30. if thy ripht A. offend thee, cut it off

6. 3. let not thy left know what thy right h. doeth Mark 14. 6-'. ye shall see Son of man sitting on the

r. A. of power, coming in clouds, Luke^l. 69.

16. 19. received to heaven, sat on rigAt A. of Ciod,

Heh. 1. 3. 1 8. 1. 1 10. 12. 1 12. 2. 1 Pet. 3. 22.

Luke 6. 6. was a man whose rigAt A. was withered

Acts 2. 25. he is on my right A. I shall not be moved

33. being by the rigAt h. of God exalted, 5. 31. 3. 7. he took him by the right h. and lift him up

7. 55. saw Jesus standing on right h. of Hod, 56. Horn. 8. .34. who i* even at the right A. of fiod £iiA.1.20. sethim athis r^A/ A. in heavenly places Cii/. 3. 1. where Christ sittethon the right h. of God Jiev. 1. 16. he had in his r. A. seven stare, 20. 1 2. 1.

17. laid right A. upon me, sayjug, fear not

a. I. I saw in his) (ffAt A. a book written within, 7.

13. 16. to receive mark in their right A, or foreheads

See Left H A N u.

liight HANDS.

Ga/.0. 9. ^ave tome and Barnab.rffi'A/A. offellow.

Jo stretch frth or uut llA N U. Gen. 22. 10. Abraham stretched forth his A. to slay i'j-orf. 3.20. I will .stretch mit my A. on El'.7.5. I 9.15. 14. 16. stretch outthv h. over the sea, 26. 7, 19. il. Moses stretched'out his A. over the sea. 27. 1 dam. 26. 9. wl.o can st.f. A. ai.'a. Lord's anointed 212

i Sam. 1. 14. how wa.stnotafraiil to.r/re/fA/. thy A. Psal. 1.'58. 7. will stretch forth thine A. aaa. enemies i'ro:'. 31.20. she stietcheth out her h. to the poor Ezek. 14.9. I will stretchout my A. on that prophet 13. then will 1 stretchout mine A. upon the land 25.7. I will .str.out mine A. upon the Ammonites 13. I will also stretch out mine A. u|)on I'dom

16. I will strelcA out mine A. on the Philistines .35. 3. 1 will stretch out mine A. against mount Seir

l)a7i. 11. 42. shall stretch f. his A. on the countries ZepA.l. 4. on Judah || 2. 13. against Assyria See Strong. Thine or thp HAND. Gen. 4. 11. to receive thy brother's blood from thp A. 16. 6. thy maid is in lAg A. do to her as it plenseth 22. 12. and he said, lay not thine A. u[)on the lad

24. 2. put, 1 pray, thg A. under my thigh, 47. 29. 49. 8. thit A. shall be in the neck or thy enemies

Ejrod. 4. 2. what is that in tAine A.? he said, a n d

17. thou Shalt take this rod in t. A. 7. 15. j 17. 5. 8. 5. stretch forth thine A. over the ri» eis, 9. 22.

I 10. 12, 21. Mat. 12. 13. Mark 3. 5.

13. 9. it shall be for a sign on t. A. 16. Deut. 6. 8. 23. 1. put not tAin£ A. with wicked to be witness

Num. 21. 34. for I have delivered. Oif into thi/ A. Deut. 2. 7. L. thy God hath blessed thee in works of thff A. 14. 29. I 15. 10. 1 23. 20. I 28. 8, 12, 20.

24. behold, I have given into My A. Sihon

3. 2. I will deliver ()g and his people into thp A. 1.3. 9. thg A. shall be first on him, to put him to death 17. shall cleave nought of cursed thingto/A»>teA.

14. 25. thou shall bind up the money in thine A.

15. 7. nor shut thine h. from thy poor brother 8. thou shall open thine A. wide to thy brother

23. 25. thou mayest pluck the ears with tAine A. 28. 32. there shall be no might in thine h. .30. 9. make thee plenteous in every work of t. A. .33. 3. he loved the people, all his saints are in thy h. Josh. 6. 2. I have given into thine A. Jericho

8. 18. for I will give Ai into thine h.

9. 25. now behold, we are in thine A. to do to us

10. 6. slack not My A. from thy servants, save us 8. I have delivered kings of Canaan into thg A.

Judg. 4. 7. I will deliver Sisera into tAine A. 7. 7. I will deliver the Midianites into tAine A. 8. 15. aie hands of Zeba and Zalmunna in thine A. 18. 19. hold thy peace, lay thine A. on thy mouth

20. 28. 1 will deliver Benjamin into tAine A.

1 Sam. 14. 19. Saul said to the priest, withdraw

21. 3. what is under thine A. '! give me five loaves 2:5.4. 1 willdeliv. Philistines into /.A. 2&jff(.5.19.

2 Sam. 13. 10. bring meat, that 1 may eatof /Ai>i« A.

24. 16. it is enough, stay thine h. I'CAron. 21. 15. 17. let thine A. 1 pray, be ag. me, 1 CAron, 21. 17.

1 Kings 8. 24. hast fulfilled it with t. A. 2 CAr. 6. 15.

17. 11. she said, bring me a morsel of bread in t. A.

20. 13. I will deliver Syrians into tAine h. 28. 42. because thou hast let go out of thy A. a man

2 Kings 4. 29. and take my staff in thine A.

8. 8. the king said, take a present in thine A. 9. 1. Elisha said, take this box of oil in thine h. 10. 15. give me tAine h. and he gave him his hand 13. 16. and he said, put tAine n. upon the bow

1 CAron. 4. 10. and that thine h. might be with me

29. 12. in thine A. power ; and to make great 16. all this store tor house cometh of thine A.

2 CAron. 20. 6. in <. A. is there not power and might ? Lira 7. 14. the law of thy Ciod which is in tAine A.

25. after wisdom of God, that is in thine A. Jiih 1. 11. but put forth thine A. and touch, ^. 5.

12. only upon himself put not forth thine A. 2. 6. behold, he is in thine A. but save his life

10. 7. there is none that can deliver out of tAine A.

11. 14. if iniquity be in tAine A. put it far away 13. 21. withdraw /. A. far from me, let not thy dread 35. 7. or what receiveth he of tAine A. ?

Psal. 10. 12. arise, C) Lord, O God, lift up thine h.

14. beholdest spite to requite it with thy A. 17. 14. from men which are thy A. () Lord

21. 8. thine A. shall find out all thine enemies 31. 5. into thine A. 1 commit my spirit

15. my tiines are in thy A. deliv. me from enemies 32. 4. for day and night thy A. was heavy upon me .38. 2. thy A. presseth me || 39. 10. by blow ot thine A. 74. 11. why withdrawest thou thyh.! pluck it out

80. 17. let thy A. be upon the man of thy right A. 88. 5. and they are cut off from thy A.

104.28. thou openestMy A. filled with sood, 145. 16. 109. 27. that they may know that this is thy A. 119. 173. let thy A. help me || 139. 5. laid t. A. on me 1.39. 10. even there shall thy A. lead me 144. 7. send thine A. from above, rid me, deliver me

Prov. 3. 27. when it is in pow er of thine A. to do it 6. 1. if thou hast stricken thy A. with a stranaer 30. 32. if thought e> il, lav thy h. upon thy mouth

Eccl.T. 18. yea also from this withdraw not thine h. 9. 10. whatsoever thy A. findeth to do, do it II. 6. in the evening withhold not thine A.

Isa. 3. 6. and let this ruin be under thy A. 26. 11. when thy A. is lifted up, they will not see

142. 6. I the Lord will liold thine A. and keep thee

47.6. 1 have given my inheritance into tAine A. 51. 22. I have taken out of thy A. cup of trembling 57. 10. thou hast found the lite of thine A.

61. 8. art our Father, we are the work of thy h. Jer. 6. 9. turn back thine h. as a grape-gatherer 15. 17. 1 sat atone because of thy A. thou hast filled

25. 28. if they refuse to take the cup at thine A. .36. 14. take in thyh. the roll, wherein thou hast read 40. 4. free from chains which were upon tAine h.

Lzek. .3. 18. his blood will 1 require at t. A. 20. | .33. 8. 6. 11. smite with thine A. and stamp « ith thy foot 10. 2. and fill thine A, with coals of fire 23. 31. therefore I will pi e her cup into thine A.

29.7. when they took hold of tliee by thy h.

■i'l. 17. ao in and they shall become one in ihine h.

.38. 12. to turn thine h. upon the desolate plaics Dan. 2. .'58. the fowls hath he given into thine A.

.3. 17. our Go

12. I will cut off witchcrafts out of thine A. Mot. 18. 8. if thy h. or foot oil. ud lliee, Mark 9. 43.

John 20. 27. reach thy A. and thrust it into my side Wf«4. 28. to do whatever t. A. and counsel deterni. 30. by stretching forth thine A. to heal Your HAND. Gen. 9. 2. xnioyour A. are they delivered

43. 12. and take double money in your A.

Exod. 12. 11. with shoes on your feet, staff inynwr A.

23. 31. the inhabitants of the land into your A. Deut. 12. 7. ye shall rejoice in all ye put your A. to Josh. 8. 7. God will deliver it into yvur A. 20.

10. 19. the Lord hath dcliverefl them into your A.

24. 8. I save the Amorites into your A. 11. Judg. 3. 28. Moabites II 7- 15. Midianites into your A. 2 Sam. 4. 11. shall I not require his blood of your A. f 2 CAr. 18. 14. they shall be delivered into yoar A.

28. 9. C'od hath delivered them into your A. Isa. 1. 12. who hath required this at your A. ? Jer.lC}. 14. 1 am in y. A. do with me as secmeth good

38. 5. Zedekiah said, behold, he is in your A.

44. 25. ye have spoken and fulfilled with your A. Ezek. 13. 21. and they shall be no more in yvur A,

23. I will deliver my people out of your A. Mat. 1. 10. nor will 1 accept an offering at your A. 13. should I acceptthisofyour A. .' saith the Lord

2. 13. or receiveth it with good-will at your h.

Handed, see Left, Weak. HAND-BREA1)TH. Exod. 25. 25. a border of an A. round about, 37. 12. 1 Kings 7. 26. a molten sea a A. thick, 2 CAron. 4. 5. Psal. 39. 5. thou hast made my days as an A. Ezek. 40. 5. a reed of six cubits long, and an h, 43. 13. the cubit is a cubit and an h. HAKP-iroarf. Ezek. 40. 43. within were hooks an A. -iroaif fastened

HANDFUL. Lev. 2. 2. the priest shall take thereout an A. of flour, 5. 12. 16. 15. 1 9. 17. A«m. 5. 26. 1 Kings 17.12. an A. of meal in a barrel, oil in a cruse Ps. 72. If), there shall lie an A. of corn in the earth Eccl.4.6. better is A. with quietness, than twth hands Jer. 9. 22. and as the A. after the harvest-man

HANDFULS. Gen. 41. 47. and the earth brought forth by A. Exod. 9. 8. take to you A. of ashes of the furnace Huth 2. 16. let fall also some A. of purpose for her 1 Kings20. 10. if dust of Samaria shall suffice for A. Ezek. 13. 19. will ye pollute me for h. of barley .'

HANDY. Psal. 19. 1. and the firmament sheweth his A. work

HANDKERCHIEFS. Acts 19. 12. from his body were brought to the sick A.

HANDLE. Gen. 4. 21. Jubal was father of such as A. the harp Judg. 5. 14. they that A. the pen of the writer 1 CAr. 12. 8. men that could A. spear, 2 Chr. 25.5. Psal. 115. 7- they have hands, but they A. not Jer. 2. 8. and they that A. the law knew me not 46. 9. and the Libyans that A. the shield Ezek. 27. 29. all that A. the oar, and all the pilots Luke 24.39. A.me and see || Col. 2. 21. taste not, A.not

HANDLED. Ezek. 21. 11. to be furbished, that it may be A . Mark 12.4. and they sent him away shamefully A.

1 JoA» 1. 1. our hands have A. of the word of life

HANDLETH. Proa. 16. 20. he that A. matter wisely ,shall find good J«r. 50. 16.cutof! him that A.sicklein time of harvest Amos 2. 15. nor shall he stand that h. the bow

HANDLING. Ezek:. .38. 4. great company, all of them A. swords

2 Car. 4. 2. not A. the word of God deceitfully

HANDLES. Cant. 5. 5. hands dropped with myrrh on A. of lock

HANDMAID. Gen. 16. 1. Saraihadan A. whose name was Hagar

29. 24. Laban gave Zilpah to be Leah's A. 35.26. 29. La. gave Bilhah to be Rachel's A. 30.4. 1 .35.25.

Exod. 23. 12. that son of thy A. may be refreshed Judg.\9. 19.there is bread and wine forme and thy A. i;«/A 2.13.f"r that thou hast spoken friendly to thy A.

3. 9. and she answered, 1 am Ruth thine A.

1 Sam. 1. 11. if wilt look on the affliction of thine A.

16. count not thine A. for a daughter of Belial

18. Hannah said, let thy A. find grace in thy sight

25. 24. let thy A. speak || 31. remember thy A.

41. let thy A. be a servant to wash feet of servants

2 Sam. 14. 6. thy A. had two sons, they two strove 20. 17. she said to him, hear the words of thy A.

1 Kings 1.13. didst notthou.my lord, sweartothy A./

17. thou swaiestby the Ixud thy Ciod to thy A. 3. 20. she look my son while thine A. slept

2 Kings 4. 2. thy A. hath not any thing.save (Jot of oil 16. nay, thou man of God, do not lie to thine A.

Psal. 86. 16. turn to me, and save the son of thy A. 116. 16. I am thy servant, and the son of thy A. Prov. .30. 23. and an A. that is heir to her mistress Jer. 34. 16. ye caused every man his A. to return Luke 1.38. behold the A. of the Lord, be it to me

HANDMAIDEN. Luke 1. 48. he hath regarded the low estate of his A.

HANDMAIDS. Gen. 33. 1. Jacob divided the children to the two A.

2. he put the A. and their children foremost ii'u/A 2. 13. though I be not like to one of thy A. 2 *«/«. 6.20. who uncovered himself inejesoftheA. Jer. a. 11. they caused the A. to return for A. Joe/ 2. 29. on the A. will I pour my spirit, ^JrM 2. 18.

HANDS. Gen. 16. 9. return and submit thyself under her A. 27. 22. the voice is Jacob's, the A. are the A. of Vjam 49. 24. A. were made strong by A. of mighty God Exod. 17. 12. but Jloses' A. were heavy, took astone

26. + 17. two A. shall be in one board set in order 29. 24. and thou shalt put all in the A. of Aaron 32. 1 29. ftloses said, fill your A. to-day to the I ord

Lev. 8. 27. put all on Aaron's A. and on his son's S. Num. 5. 18. put the oflTeiing of memorial in her A. 6. 19. and shall put tliem on the A. of the >iazarite Dait. 4. C8. there ve shall serve go

HAN

Deul. 17. 7- the A. of witnesses shall be fii-st on him 31. 29. to provoke him through the work of your It.

Jtttig. C. M. he delivered them into A. of the spoilers 0. IS. intoA. of MidianitesH IO.7. intoA.of Philist. 8. 6. are A. of Zeba and Zalmunna in tliy hand r 15. 34. delivered (hem out of A. of eneni. 1 .Sa»i. 14. 48.

18. 10. for God hath given l^ish into your A.

19. 27. and her A. were upon the threshold

1 Ham, 30. 15. nor deliver me into A. of my master

2 Xam. 2. 7. let your A. be strong. Zed. 8. 9, 13.

16. 21. then the «. of all with thee shall be strong 2^. 9. delivered them into the A. of the Gibeonites 23. 6. because they cannot be taken with A.

J Kings 10. 1 19. there were A. on seat, 2 C'Ar. 9. + 18. 14. 27. into the A. of the guard, 2 Chron. 12. 10. 8 kings 3. 11. who poured water on the A. of Elijah

9. 35. they found the skull and the palmsof her A.

10. 24. the men whom 1 brought into your A.

1 Chron. 25. 2. sons of Asaph under the A. of Asaph .3. under the A. of .leduthun || 6. A. of their father

S Chron. 15. 7. be strong, let not your A. be weak 23. t 18. was ordained by the A. of David, 29. 1 27.

F.zra 4. 4. weakened the A. of the people of Judab

Job 4. 3. thou hast strengthened the weak A. 5. t 20. redeem in war from the A. of the sword Ifi. 11. God hath turned me into the A. of the wicked

17. 3. who is he that will strike A. with me ?

9. that hath c4ean A. shall be stronger and stronger P>al. 24. 4. who shall ascend ? he that hath clean h. 26. 10. in whose A. is mischief || 47. 1. clap your A. 58. 2. ye weigh the violence of your A. in the earth 63. t 10. make him run out by the A. of the sword 68. 31. Ethiopia shall stretch out her A. unto God 115.4. idols.theworkofmen'sA. 135.15. if.37.19.

7. they have A. but handle not, feet, but walk not 131.2. liftup your A. in the sanctuary, and bless L. 140. 4. keep me, O Lord, from the A. of the wicked

Prov. 6. 10. a little foldingof theA. tosleep,24.33. 17. I.d. doth hate the A. that shed innocent blood 12. 14. the recompence of man's A. be rendered him 14. 1 . the foolish plucketh it down with her A. 17. 18. a man striketh A. and becometh surety

22. 26. be not thou one of tliem that strike A.

30. 28. spider taketh hold with her A. is in palaces

31. 13. and she worketh willingly with her A.

19. she layeth her A. to the spindle, hei' A. hold

20. yea. she reacheth forth her A. to the needy

31. give her of the fruit of her A. and let her works Eccl. 4. 6. than both h. full with travel and vexation

7. 26. her A. are as bands || 10. 18. the idleness of A. Cant. 7. 1. the work of the A. of a cunning workman Jsa. 1. 15. when ye spread forth your A. 1 will hide my eyes from you ; your It. are full of blood 2. 8. they worship the work of their own A. 1.3.7. therefore shall all A. be faint, and heart melt 31. 7. idols which your own A. have made to you 33. t 21. the Ijord will be a place broad of A. 35. 3. stienglhen ye the weak A. and conhrm knees 45. 9. or shall thy work say, he hath no A. 59. 3. A. are defiled with blood, fingers with iniquity Jer. 4. 31. that spreadeth her A. saying, woe is me

10. 3. a tree, the work of the A. of the workman

9. and of the A. of the founder, blue and purple

19. 7. cause them to fall by A. that seek their lives CI. 4. will turn back weapons that are in your A.

23. 14. they strengthen also the A. of evil doers, that none return from wickedness, Ezek. 13. 22.

25. 6. provoke me not with the works of your A. 7. 33. 13. shall pass under A. of him thattelleth them 38. 4. he weakenelh A. of men of war, A. of people 48. 37. upon all the A. shall be cuttings Lam. 1. 17. Zion spreadeth her A. none to comfort

4. 2. how esteemed as the work of A. of the potter ! 6. that was overthrown, and no A. stayed on her

10. A. of pitiful women have sodden their children F.iek. 7. 17. all A. shall be feeble, 21. 7.

.35. 1 5. hast shed blood of Israel by A. of the sword Oan. 2. 34. till a stone was cut out without A. 45. Mic. 7 .3. that they may do evil with both A. earnestly AaA. .3. 19. all shall clap the A. over thee Jlag. 2. 17. in all labour of your A. I smote vou Zeth. 4. 9. the A. of Zerubbabel laid the foundation Mat. 15. 20. to eat with unwashen A. Markt. 2, 5.

17. 22. the Son of man shall be betrayed into the

A. of men, 26. 45. Mark 9. 31. Luke 9. 44.

18. 8. having two A. to be cast into fire, Mark 9. 43. iUar* 14. 58. temple made w ith A. another without It. Luke 22. 53. ve stretched forth no A. against me

24. 7. must be delivered into the A. of sinful men Acts 2. 23. by wicked A. have crucified and slain

5. 12. by A. of the apostles were wonders wrought 48. dwelleth not in temples made with A. 17. 24.

8. 18. that through laying on of the apostles' A.

1 1 . 30. sent to elders by the A. of Barnabas and Saul 17. 25. neither is worshipped with men's A.

19. 26. that lliey be no gods which are made with A.

20. 34. that these A. have ministered to my necessit.

21. 11. shall deliver him into the A.of the Gentiles 2 Cor. 5. 1. we have an house not made with A. Eph. 2. 11. the circumcision in flesh ma

4. 14. by laying on of A.ot'the presbytery, Hei.6.2. Jleh. 9. 11. by a greater tabernacle not with A. 24. Christ not entered into holy place made with A 10. 31. fearful to fall info the A. of the living God

12. 12. wheieforc lift up the A. which hang down Jam. 4. 8. cleanse your A. ye sinners, purify your

■See Cl.AP.

Hts HANDS.

Cen.27.23.AiV A. were hairy || 48.14. guiding AiV A.

Eiod. 17. 12. and Aaron and Hur stayed up his h.

32. 19. and Moses cast the tables out of his A. Lev. 7. .30. Ai.t own A. shall brin" the offering

15. 11. and hath not rinsed Ai> it. in water

16. 12. his A. full of sweet incense beaten small 21. Aaron shall lay both Ai.t A. on head of live g.

yum. 24. 10. and Kalak smote his A. together Veut. 33. 7. let his It. be sufficient for him

11. bless, lx>rd, and accept the work of Aij A. *t. 9. for Moses liad laid his A. upon Joshua

HAN

Judg. 9. 16. done according to the deserving of A« A. t24. who strengthened his A. to kill his brethren

1 Sam. 5. 4. both the palms of Ai> A. were cut off 14. 13. .lonathan climt>ed up on Ai'j- A. and his feet 23. 16. Jonathan went and strengthened Ait A. in G.

2 .iam. 4. 1. when Saulsson heard, hish. were feeble

1 Ki)ti/s8. 22. Solomon stood and spread forth his h.

toward heaven, 38. 51. 2 Chron. 6. 12, 13, 29.

16. 7. in provoking him with the work of Aij A.

2 kings 4. 34. he went up and put his A. upon his A. 5. 20. hath spared N aaman in not receiving at hish. 13. 16. Elisha put his A. upon the king's hands

2 Chron. 6. 4. who hath with his h. fulfilled that Neh. 4. 17 . with one of his h. wrouglit in the work JoA jUlO. thou hast blessed the work of his A. 5. iS he woundeth, and his A. make whole

20. 10. and his A. shall restore their goods 34. 19. for tliey all are the works of Aw A.

37. for he clappeth his h. amongst us Psal. 9. 16. the wick, is snared in the work of Aw A. 28. 5. they regard not the operation of A(> A. 78. 72. he guided them by the skilfulness of Aw A. 81. 6. his h. were delivered tiom the pots 95. 5. the sea is his, and Ai> A. formed dry land 111. 7. the works of hts h. are verity and judgment Prov. 21. 25. for his A. refuse to labour EJ:el. 4. 5. the fool foldeth Ai.t A. together Catit. 5. 14. Aw A. are as gold rings set with beryl Isa. 3. 11. the reward of Aw A. shall be given him 5. 12. nor consider the operation of Aw A.

17.8. he shall not look to altars, the work of Ajj A.

25. 11. L. shall spread forth Ai,f A. in midstof them, as he that swimmeth spreadeth Aw A. to swim

33. 15. that shaketh Aw A. from holding bribes Jer. 30. 6. why see every man witli Aw A. on his loins r

50. 43. king heard the report. Aw A. waxed feeble Hai. 3. 10. the deep lifted up Aw A. on high ZecA. 4. 9. Aw A. shall also finish the house Mat. 19. 13. should put Aw A. on them, Mark 10. 16.

27. 24. he washed Aw h. before the multitude Mark 6. 2. such mighty works are wrought by his It.

8. 23. when he had put Aw A. on his eyes, 25. Lvke 24. 40. shewed them Aw A. and feet, John 20. 20.

50. and he lifted up Aw A. and blessed tliem John 13. 3. the Path, had given all things into Aw A.

20. 25. except I see in Aw A. the print of tlie nails Acts 9. 17- putting Aw A. on him, said, brother Saul

12. 1. Werod stretch, forth Aw A. to vex tlie church 7. and his chains fell off from Aw A. 2C'or.H. 33. was letdown by a wall, and escap. Aw A. Eph. 4. 28. working with Ait A. thing that is good Hee Lay, Laid. Mine HANDS, my HANDS. Gen. 20. 5. in innocency of my h. have I done tliis 31. 42. God hath seen the labour of my A. Eiod.9. 29. 1 will spread abroad myh. Ezra 9.5. .fudg. 12. 3. I put my life in my h. and passed over 2 Sam.W. 21. accord, toclean. of my A. Ps. 18. 20,24. 35. he teacheth my A. to war, Ps. 18. 34. | 144. 1.

1 Chr. 12. 17. seeing there is no wrong in mine h. Neh. 6. 9. now, therefore, O God, strengthen my A. Joi 9. 30. and if I make my A. never so clean

16. 17. not for any injustice in mi7ie A. 31. 7, and if any blot hath cleaved to mitie A. Psal. 7. 3. O Lord, if there be iniquity in my A. 22. 16. they pierced my A. and my feet 26. 6. 1 will wash m. A. in innocency, so will 1 com.

28. 2. when 1 lift up my A. toward thy holy oracle 6.3. 4. I will lift up my b. in thy name

73. 13. in vain I have washed my A. in innocency 88. 9. 1 have stretched out my A. unto thee 119. 48. my A. will I lift to thy commandments 141. 2. lifting up of my A. as the evening sacrifice 143. 6. 1 stretch forth my A. to thee, my soul Eccl. 2. 11. on all the works that viy A. had wrought Cant. 5. 5. 1 rose, and my A. dropped with myrrh La. 19. 25. blessed be Assyria the work of my A.

29. 23. when he seeth the work of mine A. in thee 45. 11. ask me concerning the work of my A.

12. even my A. have stretched out the heavens

49. 16. 1 have graven thee on the palms of my h.

60. 21. thy people also the work of my A.

65. 2. I have spread out my A. all day to rebellious Ezek. 21. 17. I will also smite mine It. together Dan. 3. 15. who is God todeliveryououtof my A.'

10. 10. an hand which set me on the palms of my A. Luke 24. 39. behold my A. and my feet, John 20. 27. John 13. 9- not feet only, but also my A. and head Horn. 10. 21. all day 1 have stretched forth my A.

2 7'im. 1. 6. the gift in thee by putting on of my A.

Our HANDS. Gen. 5. 29. shall comfort us concerning toil of our A. 43. 22. other money \iave we brought in our A. Deut.3.3. G.deliver. intoeur A. Og kingof Dashan

21. 7- shall say, our A. have not shed this blood Juslt. 2. 24. L. hath delivered intoot

16. 24. our G. hath delivered into otir A. our enemy 1 Sam. 17. 47. and he will give you into ottr A. Psal. 44. 20. or stretched out tmr A. to a strange god

90. 17. establish thou the work of our A. upon us Jer. 6. 24. we have heard the fame, our A. wax feeble Lam. 3. 41. let us lift up our heart with our A. to G . Hos. 14. 3. nor say to work of lur A. ye are our gods /Jew 24. 7. Lysias took him away out of our h. 1 Cor. 4. 12. and labour working with our own It.

1 John 1. 1. our h. have handled the word of life

7A«i> HANDS. Gen. .37. 21. he delivered him out of their It. 22. Exod.^9. 10. shall put Mc»r A. on head of the bullock

15. shall put thetr A. on the head of the ram, 19.

25. thou shall receive them of their A. l.er. 8. 28. Kum. 8. 10. Israel shall put their A. on the Invites

12. the Invites shall lay their A. on the bullock Deut.l. 25. they broughtof fruitof land in/AWr A.

21. 6. the elders shall wash their A. over the heifer Judg. 7. 2. too many to give Midianites into A,

12. 2. ye delivered me not out of their A.

2 Sam. 4. 12. and they cut off their A. and their feet 2A'«».ll. 12. they clapped M

22. 17. that they miant provoke me to anger with

all the works of their h. 2 Chron. 34. 25.

HAN

Exra 1.6. strengthened their A. with vessels of sfiver 5. 8. work goeth fast on and prospereth in their h. 6. 22. to strengthen their A. in the work of the house 10. 19. they gave their h. that they would put away

Neh. 2. 18. so they strengthened their h. for the work

6. 9. their h. shall be weakened from the work 9. 24. gavest them into thetr h. with their kings

Job 5. 12. their A. cannot perform their enterprise SO. 2. whereto miaht strength of their h. profit me .'

Psal. 28. 4. give them after the work of their A. 76. 5. the men of might have not found their A.

91. 12. the angels shall bear thee up in their A. 125. 3. lest righteous put forth their A. to iniquity

Isn. 25. 1 1 . pride, together with the spoils of their h.

59. 6. and the act of violence is in their h.

65. 22. mine elect shall enjoy the work of their A. Jer. 1. 16. worsliipped the works of their own A.

5. + 31. the priests take iaio their A. by their means

25. 14. accord, to the works of their It. Ijim. 3. 64. 32. .30. provoked to anger with works of their h.

Lam. 1 . 14. the Lord halh delivered me into theirh.

2. t 20. women eat children swaddled with theirh. Ezek. 10. 12. tlieir A. and wings full of eyes round

23. 37. committed adultery , blood is in their A. 45.

43. 1 26. they shall purge altar and hll their A. Jonah 3. 8. turn from the violence that is in theirh. Hag. 2. 14. so is every work of their A. unclean Mnt.i.a. with th. A. they sh. bear thee \xp,Luke 4.11.

15. 2. they wash not their A. when they eat bread

£6. 67. smote with palms of their A. Mark 14. 65. Mark 7. 3. Jews, except they wash their A. eat not J uke 6. 1. and did eat, rubbing them in their A. Jolm 19. 3. and they smote him with tlieir It. Acts 7. 41. they rejoiced in the works of their A.

14.3. granted signs and wonders to be done by th. A. Pev. 7. 9. with white robes, and palms in their h.

9. 20. yet repented not of the works of their h.

20. 4. nor had received his mark in their h.

Thine or thy HANDS. Exod. 15. 17- in sanctuary which thy A. have estab. Veut. 16. 15. the Lord shall bless thee in all works of thine A. therefore shalt surely rejoice, 24. 19. Judg. 7. 11. afterward shall thine h. be strengthened ^Sam. 3.34. thy h. were not bound, nor feet in fetters Job 10. 3. is it good to despise the work of thine A. T 8. thine A. have made and fashioned me togetlier

14. 15. thou wilt have desire to the work of thine A.

22. 3i». and it is delivered by pureness of thitte A. Psal. 8. 6. to have dominion over the worksof /Aj/ A.

92. 4. I will triumph in the works of thy A. 102. 25. and the heavens are the work of thy A. 119. 73. thy A. have made me and fashioneci me 128. 2. for thou shalt eat the labour of thine A. 138. 8. forsake not the works of thine own A.

143. 5. 1 meditate, I muse on the work of thy h,

144. + 7. send thine A. from above, rid me, deliv. me Ercl. 5. 6. why should G. destroy the work of th. It. Jer. 2. .37 . tliou shalt go forth , and th. h. on thy head Lam.1. 19- lift up thy A. for thelifeof thy chililien Ezek. 21. 14. prophesy and smite thine It. together

22. 14. can thine A. be strong in the da3' that 1 deal ? Mic. 5. 13. shalt no more worship the work of th. 4. Zeph. 3. 16. and to Zion, let not thine A. be slack Zech. 13. 6. what are these wounds in thine A. ! Luke^S. 46. Father, into tliy A. 1 commend my spirit John 21. 18. thou shalt stretch forth thy A.

heb. 1. 10. the heavens are the works of thine A. 2. 7- thou didst set him over the works of thy h.

HAN D-staves. Ezek. 39. 9. and shall bum the h.-stavet and spears

HAN D-ueapon, Num. 33. 18. or if he smite him with a h.-aieapoa

HAN H-aritinf). Col. 2. 14. blotting out the h.-tcritino o( ordinances

HANG. Gen. 40. 19. Pharaoh shall A. thee on a tree Num. 25. 4. A. them before the Lord against the sun Deut. 21. 22. and if thou A. him on a tree, his body 28. 66. and thy life shall It. in doubt before thee 2 Sam. 21. 6. and we will A. them up unto the \joid Esth. 6. 4. to speak to the king to A. Mordecai

7. 9. then the king said, A. him thereon

Cant. 4. 4. whereon there A. a thousand bucklers Isa. 22. 24. tliey shall A. upon him all the glory Lam. 2. 10. tlie virgins of .lerusalem A. tlieir heads Exek. 15. 3. will men take pin to A. any vessel thereon .' Mat. 22. 40. on these two A. all the law and prophets Jicts 28. 4. saw the venomous beast A. on Ids hand Heb. 12. 12. lift up hands A. down and feeble knees

HA'NGED. Gen. 40. 22. but be A. the chief baker, 41. IS. Deut. 21. 23. for he that is A. is accursed of God Josh. B. 29. and the king of Ai he A. on a tree

10. 26. the five kings A. he on five trees

2 Sam. 4. 12. Kechab and Baanah A. over the pool 17. 23. Ahithophel h. himself |l 18. 10. Absalom A.

21. 9. the seven sons of Saul A. they in the hill Ezra 6. 11. and being set up, let him be A. thereon E^th. 2. 23. the two chamlwrlains were A. on a tree

7. 10. they A. Haman || 9. 14. they A. his ten sous Psal. 137. 2. we A. our harps on the willows Z,«»i. 5. 12. princes are A. up by their hands Ezek. 27. 10. they A. the shielil and helmet in the* ll.theyA.their shields upon thy walls round about Mat. 18. 6. it were better for him that a millstone were A. about his neck, Mark 9. 42. Luke 17. 2. 27. 5. Judas departed, and went and A. himself Luke 19. ♦ 48. all the |>eople A. on him toliear him

23. .39. one of the thieves who were A. railed on him Acts 5. 30. whom ve slew and A. on a tree, 10. 39.

HANGKIH. Job 26. 7. and he A. the earth upon nothing Gal. 3. 13. cursed is every one tliat A. on a tree

HANGING. Joth. 10. 26. they were A. on trees till the evening

HANGING. f>nrf. 26. 36. thou shalt make an A. for door of tent

37. thou shalt make for the A. five pillars 27. 16. A. for court gate, .38. 18. 1 .39. 40. 1 40. 8, .3X.

35. 15. the A. for the door at the entering in of

the tobemacle, 36. 37. 1 39. 3»<. I 40. 5, Sa 213

HAR

HAKGINGS. E*od. 27. 9. h. of an hundred cubits, 11 | 38. 9, 11. le. there shall l)e h. of Ijtty cubits, 38. 12.

14. the A. on either side of gate, 15. I 38. 14, 15.

35. 17. the h. of court, his pillars and their sockets,

38. 9, 16, 1«. I 39. 40. Num. 3. .36. I 4. 26. i Kin^s 23. 7. where women wove h. for the grove £jr4.1.6.blueA.fastened with cords of lin. and purp.

IIAP. Ruth 2. a. and her h. was to light on Boaz' field HAPLY.

1 Sam. 14. 30. if h. the people had eaten freely AJarkiX. 13. if h. he might find any fruit thereon Luke 14. 29. lest h. after he had laid the foundation Jlcls 5. 39. lest h. ye t>e founii to tight aaaiost God

17. 27. if A. they might feel after him and find him

2 Cor. 9. 4. lest A. if tliey of Macedonia come with me

HAPPEN. 1 Sam. 28. 10. no punishment A. to tliee for this thing Prov. 12. 21. there shall no evil A. to the just Isa. 41. 22. and let tlieni shew us what shall h. Mark 10. 32. began to tell what tiling should A.to him

HAPPENED. Ruth 2. 1 3. her hap A. to light on Boaz' field

1 Siam. C. 9. it was a chance that A. to us

2 Sam. 1 . 6. as I A. by chance upon mount Gilboa

20. 1. and there A. to be there a man of Belial £t/A. 4. 7. Mordecai told him of all that had A. Jer. 44. 23. therefore this evil is A. to you at this day iMke 24. 14. they talked of all things that had A. jict> 3. 10. were filled with wonder at that which A. Rom. 11. 25. that blindness in part is A. to Israel

1 Cor. 10. 11. now all things A. to them forensamples Phil. 1. 12. the things which h. to me have fallen

1 Pet. 4. 12. as though some strange thine A. to you

2 Pet. 2. 22. it is h. to them according to the proverb

HAPPEN KTH. Eccl. 2. 14. I perceived that one event A. them all

15. I said, as it A. to the fool, so it h. even to me 8. 14. there be just men, wicked men to whom it^. 9. 11. but time and chance A. to them all

HAPPY. C«n. 30. 13. A. am 1, for daughters will call me bless.

tl3. and Leah called his name Asher, A. Vevt. 33. 29. h. art thou, O Isi-. who is like to thee ? 1 Kings 10. 8. A. thy men, A. thy servants, 2 CAr. 9. 7. Job 5. 17- h. is the man whom (iod correcteth Psal. 127. 5. A. man who hath quiver full of them 128. 2. A. shalt thou be, it shall be well with thee 137.8. A. shall he be that rewardeth thee, 9. 144. 15. A. is that people that js in such a case, yea A. is that people whose God is the Iurd 146. 5. A. is he that hath God of Jacob for his help Prov. 3. 13. A. is the man that findeth wisdom 18. and A. is every one that retaineth her

14. 21. A. is he that hath mercy on the poor 16. 20. and whoso trusteth in the Lord, A. is he S8. 14. A. is the man that fearetli alway

29. 18. but he that keepeth the law, h. is he

Jer. 12. 1. why are they A. that deal treacherously ? Mai. 3. 15. and now we call the proud A. John 13. 17. if ye know these things, A. if do them Acts 26. 2. 1 think myself A. king Agrippa Rom, 14. 22. A. is he that condemnetU not himself Jam. 5. 11. behoid, we count them A. who endure 1 Pet. 3. 14. if ye suffer for righteousness' sake, A. ye 4. 14. if reproached foi' name of Christ, A. are ye

HAPPIER. 1 Cor, 7. 40. but she is A. if she so abide, after my

HARD Is taken for difficult, sad, or sorrowful, cruel, au- stere, dfc. Pharaoh oieruhelmed tlie Israelites with hard bondage, with cruel and insvpporlahle slavery, Exod. 1. 14. The sons of Zeruiah are too hard for me ; tliey are too powerful, they treat me with insolerue, with unseasonable cru- elty, 2 Sam. 3. 39. Joseph spake hard things with his brethren ; lie sj/ake roughly, or harshly to t/iem. Gen. 42. t 7. The hard, or difficult causes they brought to Moses, Kxod. 18. £6. T hou art not sent unto a. people of an hard language, of an unintelligible language: that is, they Kill need no interpreter to understand thee, neither wilt thou, to understand them. Hannah said to Eli, 1 am a woman of * sorrowful spirit, Hei. hard of spirit. 1 know thee tliat thou art an hard man, a severe, nuste e, rigorous, and churlish man. Mat. 25. 24. .Solomon says, that the way of transgressors- is hard, or rough, it is offensive and hateful to God and men, as rough ways are to a traveller. Or, lie is fierce, intractable, and incorrigible in his sinful course, Prov. 13. 15. H hen God is said to harden the heart, it is not to be understood as if God did properly and posi- tively make men's hearts hard, but only privately, either by denying to them, or withdrawing from tliem that grace, which alone can make the hearts of men soft, flexible, and pliable to the diviyte uill ; as the sun hardens the clay by drawing out of it tliat moisture which made it soft ; or by ex- posing them to those temptatiims of the world, or tlie devil, which meeting with a corrupt heart, are apt to harden it. Cen. 18. 14. is any thing too h. for the Lord .' 35. 16. Rachel travailed, and had A. labour, I7. 42. + 7. .loseph spake A. things with them, t.30. Exod. 1. 14. they made their lives bitter with A. bond. 18.26. the A. causes they brought unto Moses Veui. 1. 17. cause that is too A. you brine it to me

15. 18. it shall not seem A. to thee when thou send. 17. 8. if there arise matter too A. for thee in judg. 26. 6. Egyptians afflicted and laid on A. bondage

Judg. 4. -t 24. the hand of Israel was h. against .labin

1 Sam. 1. + 15. no, my lord, I amawomaii A.of spirit 2. + 3. let not A. come out of your mouth

2 Sam. 3. 39. the sons of Zeruiah be too A. for me

13. 2. Amnon thought it A. to do any thing to her 1 ft tngs 10. 1 . to prove » ith A. questions. 2 Chr. 9. 1.

14. + 6. tor I am sent to thee with A. tidings i Rings 2. 10. he said, thou hast asked a A. thinir lob 30. 1 25. did not 1 weep for him was h. of day .'

214

HAR

Job 41. 24. as A. as a piece of the nether millstone Ata/.Sl.t lb. let the lying lips,which speak a A.thing

60. 3. thou hast sliewed thy people A. things

88. 7. thy wrath liethA. on me, thou hast afflicted

94. 4. how long shall the w irked speak A. things ! Prov. 13. 15. but the way of transgressors is A. fya, 14. 3. Ix)rd shall give tliee rest from A. bondage

21. f 2. a A. vision is declared unto me Jer. 32. 17. and there is nothing too A. for thee

27. 1 am Ld. is tliereany thing too A. tor roe ? Ezek. 2. + 4. for they are children A. of face

3. 5. tliou art not sent to a people of A. language, 6. Dan. 5. 12. and shewing A. sentences, were found Mat. 25. 24. (jord, I knew that thou art an A. man Mark 10. 24. how A. for them trust in riches to enter Jalin ft. 60. this is an h. saying, who can hear it i Acts 9. 5. it is A. for thee to kick ag. pricks, 26. 14. Heb. 5. 11. many things to .say, and A. to be uttered 2 Pet. 3. 16. in which are thinp A. to be understixjd Jude 15. toconvinceall ungodly of their A. speeches

HARD. Lev. 3. 9. the rump shall take off A. by the back bone Judg. 9. 52. Abimelech went A. to the door of tower

20. 45. Israel pursued A. after Penjaniin 1 1 Gideon 1 Sam. 14. 22. followed A. after Philistines in battle

31. 2. the Philistines followed A. upon Saul, and upon his sons, 2 Sam. 1. 6. 1 Vhr. 10. 2. 1 Kings il, 1. Naboth had a vineyard A. by the pal. 1 Chr. 19. 4. cut off garments A. by their buttocks Psal. 63. 8 my souf followeth A. after tliee Jonah 1. 13. the men rowed A.to bring it to the land Acts 18. 7. whose house joined A. to the synagogue

HARDEN. Exod. 4. 21. T will A. Pharaoh's heart, 7. 3. 1 14. 4.

14. 17. I will h. the hearts of the Egyptians Veul. 15. 7. shalt not A. thy heart, nor shut thy hand Josh. 11. 20. it wasof the Lord to A. their hearts 1 Sam. 6. 6. wherefore then do ye A. your hearts ? ■2 Chr. 30. t 8. A not j'our necks as your fathers Job 6. 10. yea, 1 would A. myself in sorrow Psal. 95. 8. A. not your hearts, Heb. 3. 8, 15. I 4. 7-

HARDENED. Exod.T. 13. JjcuAh. Pharaoh's heart, he hearkened not to them, 9. 12. | 10. 1, 20, 27. 1 11. 10. I 14. 8. 14. Pharaoh's heart is A. 1| 22. was A. 8. 19. 1 9-7.35.

8. 15. he A. his heart and hearkened not, 32. 1 9. .34. IJeut. 2. 30. the Lord thy G. h. his spirit and heart

1 Sam. 6. 6. as Egyptians and Phar. h. their hearts

2 kings IT. 14. they A. their necks like to their fath. 2 CAr. 36. 13. Zedekiah A. heart from turning to L. Neh. 9. 16. they and our fathers A. their necks, 17,29. Job 9. 4. who hath A. himself ag. him and prospered

39. 16. she is A. against her young ones, as not hers Isa. 63. 17.why hast thou A. our heart from thy fear r Jer. 7. 26. they hearkened not, but A. their neck

19. 15. have A. tlieir necks not to hear my words Dan. 5. 20. but when his mind was A. in pride Mark 6. 52. they consider, not, for their heart was A.

8. 17, perceive ye not r have ye your heart yet A. .*" JoAn 12. 40. he hath blind, their eyes, A. their heart Acts 19. 9. but when divers were A. and fielieved not JHoni. II. + 7. election obtained it, and rest were A. Hei, 3. 1 3. lest any of you be A. thro' deceitfulness

HAKDENEIH. Prov. 21 . 29. a wicked man A. his face, but he directs

28. 14. hethatA. his heart shall fall into mischief

29. 1. he that being often reproved A. his neck Horn. 9.18. mercy on whom he will, whom he will A.

l\AHD-hearted, Etek, 3. 7. all the house of Israel aie h.-liearted

HARDER. Prov. 18. 19. brother oflfeoded A. to be won than city Jer. 5. 3. they have ma'le their faces A. than a rock Ezek. 3. 9. A. tlian flint have 1 made tliy forehead

HARDLY. Gen. 16. 6. when Sarai dealt h. with her she fled Exod. 13. 15. and when Pharaoh would A. let us go Isa. 8. 21. shall pass thro' it n. bestead and hungry Mat. 19. 23. I say that rich man shall A. enter into thekitigilom of God, Mark 10. 23. Luke 18. 24. Luke 9. .39- a spir. taketh him, A. depart, from him Acts 27. 8. A. passing it, we came to tiie fair havens

IfARUNESS. Job 38. 38. when dust groweth into A. clods cleave Psal. 81. 1 12. 1 gave them up to the A. of their hearts Mat. 19. 8. because of A. of your hearts, A^flr^lO. 5. Mark 3. 5. he being grieved tor the A. of their hearts 16. 14. he upbraided them with their A. of heart Rom. 2. 5. but after thy A. and impenitent heait 11. + 25. not ignorant that A. in part happen, to Isr. 2 7i»i.2. 3. endure A. asagoodsoldierof Jes. Chr.

HARE. Lev. 11. 6. the A. is unclean toyou, Deut, 14. 7.

HARLOT Is taken for ahor-e or prostitute, Vrov. 29. 3. Also for one who forsakes the true God and his pure uvrship, to follow idols and false gods. Isa. 1. 21. How is the faithful city become an harlot ! that is, like an harlot, leaving God her husband, to cleave to false gods. By harlots may aho be understood the most infamous and scandalous sin- ners. Mat. 21. 31. Publicans and harlots go into the kingdom of heaven before you. Rahab who received into her house and concealed the spies tent by .loshua to view the city o/Jericho, is called an harlot. The Hebrew text, Josh. 2. 1. calls her Zona, jrAiVA St, Jerom and many others understand of a woman of an ill lij'e. The Septuaeint render it by Troptm as also the apostle Paul in Heb. 11. 31. And James, Jam. 2. 25. S^mte think that she was only an hostess or innkeeper ; and that this is the true signifi- cation of the original word. Had she been a woman of ill fame, say they, would Salmon, a prince of the tribe of Judah, and one of our Saviour's ancestors, have taken her to wife, or could he have done it by the latv ? Besides, the spies of Joshua would hardly have gone to lodge with a prostitute, a common harlot, they nAo were charged with so nice and dangerous a com- misiioH,

HAR

Gen. 34. 31. should deal with our sister as with h. t 38. 15. J udah saw her, he thought her to be an A. 24. lamar thy daughter-in-law hath played h. Lev.^l. 14. the high-priest shall not take an A. J

31 . hast not been as an A. || 35. O A. hear the word 41. 1 will cause thee to cease from playing the A.

23. 5. Aholah played the A. whenshe was mine 19. the days wherein she had, played the A. 44. as they go in unto a woman that playeth the A. Hos. 2. 5. for their mother hath played the A.

3. 3. 1 said unto her, thou shalt not play the A.

4. 15. tho' Israel play the A. let not Judah offend Joel 3. 3. they have given a boy for a h.

Amos 7. 17. tfiy wife shall be an A., in the city Mic. 1. 7. tliey shall return to the hire of an A. A'niA. 3.4. the whoredoms of the well favoured A. 1 Cor. 6. 15. shall I nwkethem themembeisofan A./

16. that he who is joined to an A. is one body Heb. 11. 31. by faith the A. Rahab perished not Jam, 2.25. was not Rahab the A. justified by works ?

HARLOTS. 1 Kings 3. 16. there came two women A. to the king Prov. 29. 3. that keppeth company with A. spendetfi Jer. 5.7. they assemble by troops in A. houses Hos. 4. 14. separated with whores, sacrifice with A. Mat. 21. .31. publicans and A. go into kingdom of G.

32. but the publicans and the A. believed him Luke 15. .3*>. who hath devoured thy living with A. Rev. 17-5. mystery, Babylon the great; mother of A

HARM. Gen. 31. 52. shalt not pass over this pillar to me for A. Lev. 5. 16. shall make amends tor A. he hath done Num. 35. 23. w as not his enemy, nor sought his A.

1 Sam. 26. 21. retuin, I will no more do thee A.

2 Sam. 20. 6. now shall Sheba do more h. than A bsiJ. 2 Kings 4. 41. and there was no A. in tlie pot

1 CAr. 16. 22. do my prophets no A. Psal, 105. 15. Prov. 3. ,30. strive not, it he have done thee no h, Jer. 39. 12. look well to him, and do him: no A. Acts 16. 28. do thyself no A. (|27. 21. gained this A. 28. 5. he felt no A. || 6. saw no A. 11 21. spake any h,

HARM. 1 Pet, 3. 13. who will A. you, if followers of good ?

HARMLESS. Mat. 10. 16. be wise as serpents, and A. as doves Rom. 16. + 19. would have you A. concerning evi' Phil. 2. 15. that ye may be A. the sons of G

1 Kings20, 11. letnot him girdethon A. boast hims. 22. .34. between joints of his A. 2 Chrmi. 18. .33.

2 CAr. 9. 24. they brought every man A. and spices

HARNESS, Verb, Jer. 46. 4. A. the horses, and get up, ye horsemen

HARNESSED. Exod. 13. 18. Israel went up A. out of land of Egypt

HARP. Gen. 4. 21. Jubal was father cf them that handle A.

31. 27. might have sent thee away with tat>r. and A. 1 .'■am. 10. 5. meet a company of prophets with a A.

16. 16. a man who is a cunning player on an A.

23. David took an A. and played with his hand

1 Clir, 25. 3. six prophesied with a A. to give thanks

J('A21.12. they take the timbrel and A. and rejoice

30. 31. my A. also is turned to mourning, and organ Psal. 33. 2. praise the Lord with the A. 150. 3.

43.4. yea, ou the A. will I praise thee, O my God

49. 4. I will open my dark saying upon the A.

57. 8. awake psaltery and A. I will awake, 106.2.

71. 22. sing with A. 92. 3. I 98. 5. 1 147. 7.1 149. .3.

81. 2. bring hither the pleasant A. with the psaltery Isa. 6. 12. the A. and the viol are in their leasts

16. 11. my bowels shall sound like an A. for Moab

23. 16. take an A. |! 24. 8. the joy of the A. ceasetb Dan. 3. 5. at sound of the A. fait down, 7, 10, 15.

1 Cor, 14. 7- whetlier pipe or A. except tliey give

HARPS.

2 5«m;C. 5. David and all Isr. played oh A. and corn_ 1 Kings 10. 12. the king made of the almugtrees A Psal. 137. 2. we hanged our A. upon the willows Isa, 30. 32. it shall be with tabrets and A.

Ezek. 26. 13. the sound of thy A. shall be no more Rev. 5. 8. having every one of them A. and vials 14. 2. harping with their h. || 15. 2. tlie A. of God See Cymb.^l. HARPED. 1 Cor, 14. 7. how'shall be known what is piped or A.

HARPERS.

Rev. 14. 2. 1 heard thevoiceof A. harping with barns

18.22. tlie voiceof A. shall be heard no more at all

HARROW.

Job 39. 10. or will he A. the valleys after thee ?

HAKROWS. 25a»i. 12. 31. he put them under saws and A. of iron 1 CAr. 20. 3. and cut them with saws and A. of iron

HART. 7?«(M2,15. may eat flesh as of the A. 14.5. 1 15.22. Pfa/. 42.1. as the A, panteth after the water-brooks Isa. 35. €. then shall the lame man leap as an A. See Y'OUNC. HARTS. 1 Kings 4. 53. ten fat oxen, besides A. and roebucks Lam. l.€. her princes become like A. without pasture

HARVE.ST

Is the time of reaping com and other fruits of lli€

earth. Gen. 8. 2£. // is taken for a seasonable

and proper time for business. Prov. 10. 5. He

that sleepeth in liarvest, is a son tliat causeUi

II AS

ihame. lie that neylectelh and misimproveth the proper seasuus and oppoitiinittes of' dotng good to hunself and to others, lauaeth shame both to himself for hi! folly, and the poverty and misery which fol/ous thereupon ; and also to his parents, to zihose neyliiient or eiil educutiin such things are ojten, and someti/ne\ jn.^t y i/njhtcd. Harvest is put for a people icho^e sins a e ripe for judgment. Joel 3. l.'i. Put ye in the sickle, tor the harvest is ri|)e : Cut doicn these sinners that are ripe for judgment. '1 lie time ot' Hahylons harvest sliall come : the time ichen she shall lie cut dui^n, Jer. 51. 33. Uur mnnonr, in the piirnble of the sower, calls the end if the xcorld, or the day of judgment, the harvest. Mot. 13. 3J. I hen (,„d:vi'll separate the tares fri'm the r.heat, the ivickid from the godly. In .Mat. 9. 3u, 37. Christ, .«(■;/»/ mul- titudes coming to hear him, said to his dcciplcs, 'I he harvest iruly is pKuti'oiis ; many are uiilmg to leceive i'lstrncthu. I'liis :cas spoicn at the feast if Inliernailc', :rhlih :cns in harvist. Oe«.8.'.'C!. wliili;earth rtmaiii'th h. sliall iiut cea^e 30. U. Reuben went in days of wheal-A. 45.6. iu live years shall neither he earing' nor /(. K'od. 'J3. 16. "thou Shalt keep the least or h. 31. 'je. M. 21. ill earinii-tiine ami in h. thou s'lalt rest Lev. It). 9. when ye reap h. 23. 10, C",'. IJ, nr. 2 1. 19. 25. 5. what grovis ot its o«ii atMird ot h. not reap J.'«//(1.C'-'. tame to Hethl.-hem in be-in. ol'harley/i. C. 'Jl. tarry with my inai^leiis till en I ot /;. 'j3. 1 6'a'n. 6. 13. menot' l.elh sheinesh leapiiiLj Uieir /;. H. le. and he xiill set tiiem to rea|J Ins h. IC. 17. is it not wheat/;, to-day, 1 w ill call (o T.d. £ .iu/H. 21. y. were put to death in //. ill bail •y-//. 10. s|)i ead it tor her from beiiinninLi ut barl^v -h. Joho.D. whose/;, the linii;;rv eateth u|iand takcth it Prov. 6. 8. theantyatlierelh her fooa in the A. 10. 0, he tliat sleepeth in h. causeth shaoie 20.1. as rain ill /i. so honour i> notseenih for a fool J-a. '.). 3. they joy liefore tie ■ accordiii- to jov in/(. It), y. for the slioutini: fortliv /;. is fallen 17.11. but the A, shall be a hVap intliedav of grief 18. A. and like a cloud of dew in the heat of /*.

5. for afore the /(. when the bud is pel tect 23. 3. the h. of the river is her revenue

Jer. 5. 17. they shall eat up thine /(. ami thy bread 24. he reserveth to us the appointed ueeks of /(. 8. 2 I. the h. is past, suininer is ended, w e not saved }los. (3. 11. () Judah, he hath set an h. for thee J'el 1. II. because the /;. of the field is perished 3. 13. put in the sickle, for the /;. is rii)e, c ome Jimos 4. 7. when there were vet three months to h. il7/7r.y. 37. the/(. is plenteous, the labourers are few 38. pray ye the Lord of tlie h. to send, J.u'.e 10. 2. 13. .3o. let both mow together until h. in time of h. ,'5y. the /(. 13 end of tlie world, reapers the an^'els JiJarlc 4. 2y. put in the sickl,' because /;. is come I.uie 10. 2 he said unto them, the h. truly is ureal John 4 35. then cometh h. the fields are white to h. liev. 14. 15. time is come, for the /(.of earth is ripe

H.ARVKSl-wfln. Jia. 17. 5. it shall be as when the /;. sathereth corn Jer. y. 22. carcases shall fall as the handful after h.

W.WiW.'^V time. Josh. 3. 15. .lordan ovcrtloweth all the time of h. Judg. 15. 1. iiw/wc of wheat /(. Samson visited wife £ Sam. 23. 13. three chiefs c«ine to David in /;. time Prov. lb. 13. as the cold of snow in the time of h. Jer. 5>. 16. cut off him handleth sickle in h.-time 51. 33. a little while the nwtof her h. shall come mat. 13.30, in the ^/mi" of h. 1 will say to the reaiiers

IIASI. Gen. ly. 12. the men said to Lot, /;. thou here any besides r whatsoever thoii h. in city brina- out 27. .38. Lsau said, /i. dioii but one hless'imj. tatlier-

32. 28. as a prince h. thou i>ow er w itii ( i. and men

33. y. l.san said, keep that thou h. to th\ self 45. 10. come thou, thv Hock, and all that thou /(.

I'.xod. 9. 19. Send and gatherall that thou /;. in lield 13. 12. every tirsllin;; thou /,. shall he the Lord's JJeut. 8. 13. silver, iol I, and all thou/i. is multiplied Judg. 18. 3. what makest tiiou r what //. thou iiere '

1 Sam. 25. 6. peace be to thee and all that thou /,.

2 Sam. 15. .35. /;. thou not here w ith thee /adok ■

2 Rings A. 2. Klishasaid, tell me, what h. in house Job 10.4. h. thou eyes of liesli, or seest as man -

40. y. h. thou an arm like (lod r or canst thunder.' Prov. 3. 28. say not. i;o, when thou /;. it bv thee Jsa.22. Iti. what /i. thou here' whom h. tliou here' Mat. 19. 21. sell all thou /,. Mar/ih). '21. ImIc IB. 22.

25. 25. lo, there thou h. that is thine John 4. 11 . from w hence then h. thou livinii water - 18. andhe whomtiiou now //. is not thine husband

C>. tin. to whom uo - thou h. wor sof eternal li.e

7. 20. the people said, thou h. a devil, 8. 18, .'i2.

13. 8. it 1 waslitlieeii..t,thnu//.no part with me yl«j'8.21. thou /j.neillier part nor lot in tliis matter Itom. 2. 2). thou who /,. the form of knoAled-e

14.22. /i. thou faith' have it to thyself l.etore Cod 1 Cor. 4. 7. wiiat /;. thou that thou didst not receive . ' Ja/n. 2. 18. a man may say. tiioii //. laith and I woiks Hev. 2. 3. Ihoii /,. p.iiieii".e,and foriiiv name's sake

6. butthisthou//. !l 3. l.thoii /i.anameto live, 4 8. thou A. a litlle stren-th 1! 11. hold w hat thou /;.

II.ASf L, .■Substantive.

Exod. 10. 10. Pharaoh called for .Moses and Aaron /;.

12. 11. yp shall eat it in /i. with your loins girded

33. ninihtseiid them out of land in//, l^eni. 10 3

1 .Vi/n.21.8. be au.se the kiiiL's liusinessreipiired h.

2 Kingsl. 15. the >viians ha.l cast awav in theii 7i. F.zra 4. 23. they went up in h. to .lerusaleui Pot/. 31.22. I said in my A. I am cut

116. 11. I Said in my h. all men are liars i.ff. 52. 12. ye shall not jjoout with /;. norby fliL'ht Dan. 2. 25. Alloc h brou;;ht Dan. before kiln; in /;.

,3.24. the kim: rose up in //. and spake, and said

6. ly. the killer went in /;. unto the den of lions Mark 6. 25. she came ill straii:htwav with h, to kin? J.ukc 1. :i9. .Mary went into the hill-country with //.

2. 16. the shepherds came w ith A. and found Mary

IIA.SIK. Cen. 19. 22. h. thee, escape thither, for I cannot do

n A T

Oen. 45. 9. A. ve and (;o up to my father, s.iy, 13. 1 Sam. 20. .■!8..lonatliaii cried, ir.ak'o speed A.stav not 23. 27. A. thee, for I'hilistmes liave invaded the'land I'sal. 22. ly. U niv stremjth, A. tliee to help me Su M \ K I. hasle. IIASLI.D. Gen. 18. 7. ffive it to x ouni; man, and he A. to dress it 21. 18. she said, driiik, niv lord, and she A. 2o. iUod.S. 13. and the task masters A. them,savim; Josh. 4. 10. the people A. and passed over .lordan 8. 11. and when the kini,' of Ais.iw it, they h.

19. the aiiibiish A. and set the city on tire 10. 13. the sun A. not to yo down a whole clay .//(.■■(•/. 20. 37. lieis in wait h. and rushed on Cibeah

1 Sam. 17. 48. I 'avid A. i 25.23. Abigail A. 42. 25. 31. except thou liadst h. and come lo meet 28. 21. the witch at L.n dor A. and killed the calf

2 Sum. ly. 10. Shiinei, who was of Bahurim, A.

1 Kings 20. 41. the i>rophet A. and took asiies away

2 /i'/«f;j 9. 13. thevA.aud put ;;arineiits under .lehu 2 CA/i./c. 20. 20. \ea. liiiiiS:dfA, also to uo out £th. 6. 12. Ilani.m A. to his lioiiie inournim;

14. they A. to l.iin- Hainan unto tlie banquet

JoA 31. 5. or if iiiv foot hath A. to deceit

P'ul. 48. 5. tliey were troubled an. I A. awav, 101.7.

^Icts20. 10. Paul h. to be at .terubalein at Pentecost

JIA.Sl K^.

1 Kings 22. 9. A. hither .Micaiah the son of Imlah

2 Chron. 24. 5. and see fiat ye A. the matter /'.-«/. lo. 4. sonovvsmultiplied A, after another i?ocl S.'i. 8. I would A. my escape from the w iiidy storm

/.'(■. /. 2.25. or who else can h. h.reuntomore than 1 .' 7.-./. 5. ly. l.-t hrii A. Ills work that we may See it

Oo. 22. I the Lord will A. it in his time Jer. 1. 12. 1 will A. mv word to jH'irorm it

IIA^lV.N LI), LI II. Gnt. 18. 6. Abraham A. into tlie ti-nt unto Sarah

19. 15. anwls A. Lot. savin:;, aiise, take thy wife 2 ( 'hron. 24. 5. how beit tiie l.c'\ ites A. it not A-cA. 3. 15. |)0-ts went out, beiiiu A. bv kiuu', 8. 14. I

ilASlLI II. J b y. 20. astlie ea;le that A. to the prey

40. 23. behold, hedrinketh up ariver, "and A. not Pio. . 7. 23. as a bird A. to snare-, and kiioweth not

19. 2. anl he tiiat A. witii his feet sinneth

28.22. he tliat A. to be rich, hath an evil eye J.I el. 1. 5. the sun A. to the place wfjere he arose .fer. 48. 16. the allliction of .MoabA. fast I/ab. 1. 8. thcv shall Hy as the ea^le that A. to eat Zcph. 1. 11. the great day of the Lord A. greatly

IIA.SI ILV. Grn. 41. 1 1. they brought .loseph A. out ofdunn'eon Judg. 2. 23. left nations without drivinu' them out A.

9.51. Abimelech called A. unto his arinour-biarer 1 Sam. 4. 14. and the man came in A. and told Lli

1 Kings 20. 33. the men did A. catch it, andtheysaid Prov. 20. 21. an inheritance may be gotten h.

25. 8. go not forth A. to strive, [est thou know not John 11. 31. when .lews saw Mary that she rose A.

IIASI I.Nt;. /'«. 10. 5. seekina jiid;;inent, and A. risliteonsness

2 / 'et. 3. 12. and A. unto the coming of day of the L.

IIASI V.

Prov. 14. 29. but he that is A. of spirit exalteth folly 21. 5. but of every one that is A. only to want 2'.>. 20. seest thoii a man that is h. in his w ords

Eccl. 5. 2. let not thy heai-t be A. to utter before G.

7. y. be not A. in thv spirit to be aiierv

8. 3. be not too A. to 20 out cif Ins siaht Jsa. 28. 4. as the A. fruit before the summer

32. + 4. the heart of the A. shall understand

.35. 1 1. sav to them that are of A. heart, be strong Pan. 2. 15. why is the decree so A. from the kiiiLi ' Jlai. 1. 0. the Chaldeans, that bitter and A. nation

IIAIt II. Isa. 31 15. owl shall A. and gather under hershad. 59. 5. they A. cockatrice ei;:js, weave spiders' web

IIAfClll. I II. Jer. 17.11. as partridge sitteth on eggs and h. not

HALF.. To hate, is tiot ahcai/s to be understood rigoroush/. It tre , uent'y signifies no more than a lesser di (jree of' love. Dent. 21. 15. If a man have two wi'ves, one beloved, and another hated: that is. los br- io ed. Thit' our Sr.inir .v/i/., thiit he ich.i irould folhrr him, musthd.' f.ither and mothei ; that is, sh.vid 1 r, e them Ics than Christ, less than his ou n salvation ; he oughl not to prefer them to Cod. Solomon .cY/yf, that he that spaielh his rod, hateth his .son, Prov. 13. 21. lathers often spare their ehil Inn out if an excessive love to them ; but this is not a prober insranee if ajTertion, to forbear correcting them ; ihcir fond ajl', ciion is at pernicious to their childien. nv ether meu's haired could Ac; thvy hep buck from them -.iluit -..oulddo them good. There is a malicious hatri d if the persons ol men. not of their sins; thus .Ah.ih haled the 1 .1 rd s pnpliet Mieaiah, 1 A';«./'.> 22. 8. And-.cicked men, do thus hate the riiihteons. P.sal. .34. 21. They that hate the riiihteoiis shall be de . solate. 'there i.-. also aniiatrcd of the site of men, not if their /ersons ; that the ri'ghtious hate e.in the garment sjioited viih eorrupti.n, .lude 2:t. \Shat I hate, that do I, l!om. 7. 15. 'I'lie i/odly hate sin. bcause it is a breach of Cod's la .•■." ('•en. 24. 00. let seed po-s: ss Late', f those that b. .50. 15. tlie\' said, .loseph will peradvellt'ire A. us / ev. ly. 17'. thou slialt not A. thv biother in heart 20. 17. thev that A. you shall r,i2ii cner mici hum. 10. ,35. let them that A. thee llee b, fore thee Deut. 7. 1(1. and repayeth them that A. bun lo tace 15. he will lav them iipoiilhem that A. thee, 30. 7. ly. II. if any man A. his iiei-hbour and lie in wait '.2. 13. if take a wife, and ;:o in unto heraiid A. her 24.3. if the latter husband A. her and wiiteabill

33. 11. smite throutdi tiie loins of them that A. him 2 (.'A/-, ly. 2. and love them that A. the Lord '

Job 8. 22. that A. thee shall bee lolhed with sliamc /'.vfl/. 21.8. thy haml shall find those that h. Iliee 31. 21. they tliat A. the righteous shall be desolate

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Psal. 44. in. they which A. us spoil for thenis. ("At. 1. let them also that A. him Hee before him 8.'i. 2. they that A. thee have lifted up the head 89. 23. and 1 w ill plague them that A. him 97. 10. ye that love the Lord A. evil 105. 25. he turned their heart to A. his people 12y. 5. let them be turned back that A. Zion

Prov. 1. 22. how long, fools, w ill ye A. know ledge 6. 10. these six doth the Lord A. a proud look

8. 13. tear ot the Lord is to A. evil ; pride do I A.

9. 8. reprove not a scorner, lest he A. thee

19. 7. all the brethren 01 the poor do A. hiin 25. 17. lest he be weary of thee, and so A. thee 2y. 10. the blood thirsty A. the upright

I'.ccl. 3. 8. a time to lov'e and a tune to A. Lzek. 16. 27. delivered unto will of them that A. theg Dan. 4. ly. the dream be to them that A. thee rimos 5. 10. they A. him that rebuketh in the gate

15. A. the evil, and love the good, establish iudgm. 717;c. 3. 2. w ho A. the gocxl, aiid love evil, who pluck Mat. 5. 4,3. been said, love thy neighbour, A. enemy 44. do lioocl to them that A. you, l.uke 6. 27. 6. 24. either he will h. the one, Luke 10. 13.

24. 10. and shall betray and shall A. one another l.uke 1. 71. saved from the hand of all that A. us

0. 22. blessed are ye when men shall A. you

1 1. 20. and h. not his father, and mother, and wife

JciA?i7. 7. the world cannot A. you, but nie it hateth 15. 18. marvel not if the world A. you, 1 J.hn 3. 13.

liev. 17. 10. the ten horns, these shall A. the whora 1 1 1 A I L.

1 ft'^»i(7i22.8. there isone man. /A. him, 2 CAr. 18. 7. Psal. 101. 3. 1 A. the work of them that turn aside

119. 104. therefore 7 A. every false way, 128. 113. 1 A. vain thoughts li 103. I A. and "abhor lying 139. 21. do not 7 A, them, U Lord, that hate thee ? 22. yea, I h. them witli perfect hatred Prov. 8. 13. the evil wav and froward mouth do I h. ha. 01. 8. ] A, roblierv for burnt otferim; Jer. 44. 4. do not this abominable thin- that I h. Amos b. 21. 7 A. I despise your feast-davs 0. 8. 7 A. his palaces, tlieiefore will 1 d'elivercifv Zech. 8. 17. for all these are thinsis that 1 A. saith C. Pom. 7. 15. but w hat 7 A. th.tt do 1 Liev. 2. 6. the deeds of the N icolaitanes I h. 15.

HA I K me. Ceil. 26. 27. why come ye to me. seeing ye A. 7ne? Exod. 20. 5. viiitinir iniquity lo the third and fourth generation' of Ihein that A. me, Deut. 5. 9. Deut. .32. 41, and I will lew aid them that A. me Judg. 11.7. do not ve A, me.' 11 11. 16, thoudost h. me

2 Sam. 22. 41, destroy them that A. me, I's. 18. 40. Psal. 9. 13. trouble which 1 sutler of thein that A. «;«

25. 19. and they A. me with cruel hatred

.35. 19. let tliein wink that A, me without a cause ,'58. 19. they that A. me widiiLdullv are manv.Oo. 4. 41. 7. all that A. ?ne whisper to:;ether against me 55. 3. thev cast iniquity upon me, in wrath A. me O'J. 14. let me lie delivered fiom them that A. me 81). 17. that they which A. me may See it 118. 7. I shall see my desire uiionthem thatA.ma

Prov. 8. 36, all they that A. me love death IIAI r.D.

Gen. 27. 41. F.sau A. lae-ob, because of the blessing 29. 31. the 1.. saw Leah was A. 3:!, that 1 was A. .37. 4. his biethreii A. .loseph yet llie more, 5, 8. 49. 23. the archers shot at him and A. him

Deut. 1. 27. and said, beiause the Lord A. us, 9 28.

4. 42. A. him not in time s past, 19. 4, 0. .losh. 20. 5.

21. 15. another A. lei. beiore the son of the A. 17. shall ackiiow led^'e the son of A. for first born

Juili/. 15. 2. 1 thou-ht that thou ha 1st utIerU A. her 2 •>,//«. 5. 8. the lame and blind that are A. of 'David's 13, 15. Amiiou A. Tainar ii 22. Absalom A. Air.non

22. 18. he eh livereel me from niv stroinr enemy,

and from them that A. liie, Psal. 1!!. 17. Fsth. 9. 1. the lews had rule over them that A. them

5. did what thev wcniM unto lh...se that A. them .7,.A :il. 29. at the"clestruetic)ii of him that A. me /'.Vrt/. 20. 5. I have A. the ecin;:re::ation of evil doers 31. I'l. I have A. them that rei;arcl Iviiiu vanities 44. 7. thou hast luit them to shame that A. us 55. 12. neithei was it he th.it A. me, tliat did mai:nify loO. 10, lie saved them from him that A. them 41. and they that A. them ruled o\er them Prov. 1. 20. tliev A, know lec(;;e, and did not choo,se

5, 12. and say," how have 1 A. instruction 11. 17. and a mail of w ic ked cle^ ices is A.

20, the poor is A. even of his own neighlmur Peel. 2. 17. therefore 1 A. lite [i 18. 1 A. labour 1-a. Oo. 15. wheieas thou hast been forsaken and A.

00. 5. brethieii that A. you said. I.eird be glorihod Jer. 12. 8. Iherelcie have 1 h. mine lierita:;e / :( / . 10, .■{7. 1 will gather all them that thou hast A.

:i5. 0. sith thou hasi not A, blood, blood pursue //e,v,o. 15, fir there 1 A, them for wiekeeln. ofdoiuss .Mill. I. 3. I loved lacob, and A. Lsau, /,',o«. 9. 13. Mai. 10.22. ve shall be A. .Mark 13. 13. l.uke 21. 17.

21. y. vesliidl be A. ot all nations for my imme / uke 19. 11. his citizens A, him, and .sent a iiiess.i:;e John 15. 1!',. ve know that it A, me beiore it A. \ 011

24, have bcith seen and A. both me and my I'ather

25. written in their law . tlie\ A. me without a cause 17. 11. world hath A, them, because not of woild

Pjdi. 5, 29. no man ever yet A. his own llrsh 77tA. 1.0. thou hast loved 1 iL'hteousn.and A. iniquity

IIAIILl'L. I'sal. 30. 2. until hisinie]uitv be found lo be A. I'll. 3. 3. we Were A. and hatiiiL' one another lUv 18 2 a ca::e of every line lean and A. bird

II A I LI "11. LY. /:;c-/. 2:i. 29, and thev shall deal with thee A.

IIAI I Its. I'sal. tn. 15. the A. of Lord should have submitted h'om 1. 30. backbiters, b. of tiod, despiteful

IIAI I'.S I . 2 .S,;w. ly. 0. lovest thine enemies, and A. thy friends Pwil. 5. 5, thou A, all workers of iniquity 45.7. thou lovest riuhtc'iusness. and A. wickedness .50, 17. thou A. instruction, and castes! my words I'zek. 23. 28. deliver thee into hand whom thou A. litv. 2. 6. thou A. the deeds of the 1^ icolaitanes

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HATETII. t^oj, C3. 5. if see the ass of him that h. thee lying IJetit. 7. 10. Lord nut be sUck to him that h. him 12. 31. every abomiuation he h. have thej' done

16. 22. nor set up any image which the Loid h. 22. 16. 1 frave my daughter unto this man, he A. her

Job 16. 9. he teareth me in his wrath, who h. me 34. 17. shall even he that A. right, govern r

Psal. 11. 5. him that loveth violence, hb soul h. 120. 6. my soul long dwelt with him that A. peace

Ptov, 11. 15. and he that A. suretyship is sure

12. 1. but he tliat A. reproof is brutish

1.*!. 5. a rit'hteous man h. lying, but a wicked man 24. he that spareth his rod A.iiis son 15. 10. and he tliat A. reproof shall die

27. but he that h. gifts shall live

26. 24. he that A. dissembleth with liis lips

28, a lying tongue A. those that are artfiited 28. 16. he that It. covetousiiess shall prolong days

29. 24. whoso is partner with a thief ft. his own soul I.ia. 1. 14. anil your appointed feasts niy soul A. Alat. 2. 16. the lx)rd saith, that he A. putting aw ay John :i. 20. every one that doeth evil A. the light

7. 7. but me the world A. because 1 testify of it

12. 25. he that A. his life in this world shall keep it

15. 19. ye are not of world, therefore world h. you 23. he that A. me A. my 1-ather also

1 John 2. 9. he that A. his brother is in darkness, 11.

3. 15. whosoever A. his brother is a murderer 4.20. if say, 1 love God, and A. his brother, is a liar

HATING. Ijiod. 18. 21. provide men of truth, h. covetousness Tit. 3. 3. in tunes past hateful, and A. one another Jude 23. A. even the garment spotted by the flesh

HAIH. Gen. 24. 36. and unto him A. he giv. all that he A. Lev. 22. 5. whatsoever uncleanness he A.

27. 28. no devoted thing of all he A. shall be sold A Jim. 23. 22. he A. the strength of an unicorn, 24. 8.

27. 4. why name done away because he A. no son JJeut. 21. 16. his sons to inherit that which he A.

17. the tirst-born a double portion of all he A. Josh. 6. 22.' bring out thence woman and all she A.

7. 15. he shall be burnt with fire, he and all he A.

1 .Sam. 15. 22. A. l/)rd as great delight in otterings ? fi Kings 4. 2. thine handmaid A. not any thing in hou.

14. verily she A. no child, her husband is old Juil. 10. nedge about all he A. || 11. touch all he A.

12. behold, all that he A. is in thy power 2. 4. all that a man A. will he give for his life

5. 16. so the poor A. hope || 38. 28. A. rain a father ? Psal. 37. 16. a little that a righteous man A. is better

109. 11. let the extortioner catch all that he A. 127. o. happy is the man A. his quiver full of them 146. 5. happy he that A. God of .lacob for his help Prov. 12. 9. he that is despised and A. a servant is bet.

13. 4. the sluggard desireth, and A. nothing

7. thereisthatmaketh himself rich, yet A. nothing

16. 22. understanding is life unto him who A. it

17. 8. a precious stone in eyes of him that A. it 19. 23. and he that A. it shall abide satisfied

23. 29. wlio A. woe ? who A. sorrow r who A. wounds ? £cel. 4. 8. yea, he A. neither child nor brother

10. for he A. not another to help him up

6. 8. for what A. the wise more than the fool ? 8. 8. neither A. he power in the day of death

Cant. 8.8. we have a little sister, and she A. no breasts Jsa. 29. 8. behold he is faint, and his soul A. appetite 45. 9. he A. no hands 1| 50. 10. and A. no light 53. 2. he A. no fgrm nor comeliness, when see him 55. 1. he that A. no money, come ye, buy and eat Jer. 23.28. prophet that A. a dream, let him tell, and he that A. my word, let him speak my word 49. 1. A. Israel no sons f A. he no heir? why then JlVa/.l. 14. cursed be deceiver which A. in flock a male Mat. 8. 20. A. not where to lay head, LvAe 9. 58.

11. 15. he that A. ears to hear, let him hear, 13. 0,

4p. A/ar*4. 9. Liiie 8.8. I 14. .35. Jiev. 2. 7.

18. nor eating, nor drinking, they say he A. a devil

13. 12. whosoever A. to him shall be given, and more abundance; who A. not, from him shall betaken that he A. 25. 29. iWar* 4. 25. LvteS. 18. 1 ly. 26. 44. selleth all that he A. and buyeth that field 56. whence A. this man these thmgs ? AJari 6. 2.

Mart 3. 22. he A. Beelzebub, and casteth out devils

30. because they said, he A. an unclean spirit JLuie 7- .33. and ye say, he A. a devil, John 10. 20.

12. 44. he will make him ruler over all that he A. 14. 33. that forsaketh not all that he A. cannot be CO. 24. whose superscription A. it ' they said Cesar's 22. 36. he that A. a purse, he that A. no sword

24. 39. a spirit A. not flesh and bones, as ye see me John 3. 29. he that A. the bride, is the bridegroom

.36. believeth A. everlasting life, 5. 24. | 6. 47, 54. 5. 26. as the Father A. life in himself, so A. gi en 12. 48. A. one judgeth him, the word 1 have spoken 14.21. he that A. niy commandm. and keepeth them

30. the prince of this world A. nothing in me

15. 13. greater love A. no man than this, that a msm 16. 15. all things that the Father A. are mine 19. 11. delivered thee unto me, A. the greater sin

Jiom. 3. 1. what advantage then A. the .lew ?

4. 2. if justified by works, he A. whereof to glory

9. 21. A. not the potter power over the clay r

1 Cor. 7. 4. the w ite A. not power of her own body 7. but every man A. his proper gift of God

14. 26. every one of you A. a psalm, A. a doctrine

S Cor. 6. 14. what fellowship A. righteousness w ith unright. ? what communion A. light with darkn. •■

15. what concord A. Christ? || 16. A. temple of G.

8. 12. it is accepted according to that a man A.

G al. 4. 27 . for the cle.solate A. more children than she P.ph. 5. 5. nor idolater A. any inheritance in kingdom Phil. .3. 4. if any thinketh he A. whereof may trust Jlei. 3. .3. the builder A. more honour than the house

7. 24. this man A. an un hangeable priesthoo

10. ;J5. confidence, which A. recompense of reward Jam. 2. 14. though a man say he A. faith, not works 1 ./uAn 2. 23. who denieth Son, same A. not Father

3. 3. every man that A. this hope in him purifieth 15. ye know that no murderer A. eternal life 17. whoso A. this world's good, and seeth brother

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1 John 4. 16. we have bel. the love that God A. to us 18. there is no fear in love, because tear A. tonn.

5. 10. he that believeth on Son of ti. A. the witness 12. he that A. the Son A. lite, A. not Son A. not life

2 J»Aa 9. whoso abideth not in doctrine of Christ A. not God, that abideth A. both the Father and Son

liev. 3. 7- that A. key of David opens, no man shuts

12.6. wildern. where she A. a place prepared of G. 12. because he knoweth that he A. but a short time

17. 7. beast which A. the seven heads and ten horns

9. and here is the mind which A. wisdom

20. 6. on such the second death A. no power

IIAIKED. Gen. 26. t 21. they digged another well, called it A. \um. .'{5. 20. if he thrust him of A. or hurl at him 2 Ham. 13. 15. A. wherewith he hated her greater Psa/. 25. 19. and they hate me w ith cruel A. lt)9. 3. they compassed me about with A.

5. they have rewarded me A. for my love

139. 22. 1 hate them with perfect A. I count them yrov. 10. 12. A. stirs up strifes, love covers all sins 18. he that hideth A. with lying lips, is a tool

15. 17. better than a stalled ox, and A. therewith 26. 26. whose A. is covered by deceit, his wickedn.

Eccl. 9. 1. no man knoweth either love or A.

6. their love, their A. and envy is now perished Ezek. 25. 15. vengeance to destroy it for the old A.

35. 5. because thou hast had a perpetual A.

11.1 will do according to envy hast used out of A. Hos. 9. 7. for multitude of iniquity, and for great A.

8. but the prophet is A. in the house of his God Ga/. 5. 20. witchcraft, A. the works of the llesh

HATS. Dan. 3. 21. men were bound in their hosen and A.

HAUGHTV. 2 Sam. 22. 28. thine eyes are upon A. to bring down Psai. 131. 1. Lord, my heart is not A. nor eyes lofty Proi. 6.t 17. the Lord hateth A. eyes, a lying tongue 16. 18. and a A. spirit goeth before a fall

18. 12. before destruction the heart of man is A.

21. 24. proud and A. scomer is his name

ha. 3. 16. because the daughters of Zion are A. 10. .33. high hewn down, and A. shall be humbled 24. 4. the A. people of the earth do languish h.ui. 16. 50. were A. before me, I took them away Zeph. 3. 11. no more be A. because of holy mountain

HAUGHilLY. Mic. 2. 3. neither shall ye go A. this time, is evil

HAUGHilNESS. Prov. 21. + 4. the A. of eyes and a proud heart is sin i>a.2.11. A. of men shall be bowed down, L. exalted 17. and the A. of men shall be made low

13. 11. and I will lay low the A. of the terrible

16. 6. we beard of the A. of Moab, Jer. 48. 29.

HAUNT. 1 Sam. 23. 22. go and see his place where his A. is

HAUNT. 1 Sam. .30. 31. where David and men were wont to A. Ezei. 26. I7. cause their terror to be on all that A. it

HAVE. Gen. n. 6. the Lord said, they A. all one language

43. 7. A. ye another brother ? ||44. 19. A. yea father.' 46. 32. and they have brought all that they A.

Eiod. 20. 3. thou shalt A. no other gods, Devi. 5. 7. Lev. 7. 7. priest that maketh atonementshall A. it,8.

10. every meat offering the sons of Aaron shall A.

19. .36. a just ephah and a just hin shall ye A.

22. 13. priest's daughter A. no child, Awm. 27. 8, 9. Anm. 11.13. whence should I A. flesh to give unto all

22. 38. A. 1 now any power at all to say any thing' 25.13. covenant of peace he and hisseedshallA.it 35. 8. from them that A. many, them that A. few

Vent. 5. 26. who hath heard voice of God, as we h.? Josh. 2. 13. ye will save alive father and all they A.

17. 18. tliough they A. iron chariots and be strong 22. 24. what A. you to do with Lord God of Israel?

Jvdg. 14. 15. A. ye called us to take that we A. .'

18. 24. ye A. taken my gods, and w hat A. I more ? iiuthl. 12. turn again, for 1 am too old to A. an hus- band, if 1 should A. an husband also tonight

1 Sam. 8. 19. but we will A. a king over us

9. 7- there is not a present to bring; what A. we? 15. 3. go and utterly destroy all that they A. 18. 8. what can he A. more but the kingdom ? 21. 15. A. I need of madmen, that ye A. brought?

2 Sam. 13. 9. Amnon said, A. out all men from me

15. .36. they A. there with them their two son? 16. 10. what A. I todowithyou.yesonsofZeruiah? 18.18. 1 A. no son to keep my name in remembrance 19. 28. what right A. 1 yet to cry any more to king.'

34. Barzillai said unto king, how long A. 1 to live? 43. Israel said, we A. ten parts in the king

1 Kings 8.28. A. thou respect unto prayer of thy serv. 12. 16. saying, what portion A. we in David

17. 12. I A. Dot a cake, but an handful of meal

20. 4. my lord, O king, 1 am thine, and all 1 A.

21. 2. that 1 may A. it for a garden of herbs

22. 17. Israel scattered as sheep that A. no shepherd

2 Kings U. 15. A. her forth without, 2 CAr.23. 14. 20. 9. Isaiah said, this sign shalt thou A. of the L.

2 Chron. 1. 12. nor shall any after thee A. the like

16. 9. from henceforth thou shalt A. wars

.35. 21. what A. I to do with thee, king of Judah ?

23. he said, A. me away, for 1 am sore wounded A"«A. 5. 5. other men A. our lands and vineyards Job 3. 9. let it look for light but A. none 6. 8. O that I might A. my request, that God would

10. then should] yet A. comfort, yea, I would 21. 15. what profit should we A. if pray unto him? 30. 13. they mar my path, they A. no helper 35. 3. what profit shall I A. if be cleansed from sin ? Psal. 9,. i. the Lord shall A. them in derision

14. 4. A. workers of iniquity no knoviledge ? 53. 4. 16. 6. in pleasant places, 1 A. a goodly heritage .35. 25. let them not say, ah, so would we A. it 73. 25. whom A. I in heaven but thee ' none upon 104. 3.3. 1 will sing to my God while I A. my being 111. 10. a good understanding A. all they that do 115. 5. they A. mouths ; eyes h, they, but see not

6. they A. ears ; noses A. they, 7. 1 135. 10, 17. 119. 42'. so shall I A. wherewith to answer him 165. great peace A. they which love tliy law

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' Ps. 1 46. 2. sing pr. unto my G. while I A. any being

149. i. this boDour A. ail his saint'f, praise Lord

Prov. 1. 14. cast 111 thy lot, let us all A. one poise

20. 4. the slug, shall beg in harvest, and A. notiiing

29. 21. shall A. him become his son at the length

30. 2. and 1 A. not the undei^landing of a man 3. nor A. I the knowledge of the Holy

Kiel. 3. 19. yea, they A. all one breath, so that a man 7. 12. that wisdom giveth life to them that A. it 9.5. neittier A. they any more a reward 6. neither A. they any more portion for ever Caut.S.R. we A. a little sister and she hath no breasts

12. thou, U Solomon, must h. a thousand Isa. 5. 13. are gone, because they A. no knowledge 23. 12. pass over, there also shalt thou h. no rest

16. 1. we A. a strong city, salvation will G. appoint .311. 29- ye shall A. asongas in the night when a holy 4.3. 8. bring the blind that A. eyes, death that A. ears 45. 21. A. hot 1 the Lord ? there isno G. beside me

24. say, in the L. A. I 1 ighteousi>ess and strength 49.20. the children which thou s.ialt A. shall say

50.2. ismy hanii shortened r A. Inopowertodcliv.? 11. this A. of my hand, ye shall lie down in sorrow

52. 5. therefore what A. 1 here, saith the Lord 56. 11. are greedy dogs, which can never A. enough 61. 7. for your shame you shall A. double Jer. 5. 21. which A. eyes and see not, which A. ears 31. my people love to h. it so, what will ye do in 12. 12. sword of L. devour, no flesh shall A. peace 16. 2. neither shalt A. sons nordaugh. in this place 23. 17. the Lord hath said, ye shall A. peace, 29. 7. 35. 7. ye shall not plant vineyard, nor A. any .36. 30. he shall A.nonetosit upon throne of David .38.2. he shall A. his life for a prey, and shall live 44. 14. to the which they A. a desire to return 49. 9. they will destroy till they A. enough

31. the nation which A. neitiier gates nor bai-s Lam. 3. 21. this I recall tomy mind, theref. A. I hope hzek.5. 11. neither will I A. pity, 7. 4. 18. 18. | 9.10.

9. 5. let not your eye spare, neither A. ye pity 18. 23. A. I any pleasure that the wicked die •

32. 1 A. no pleasure in the death of him, 33. 11.

21. 25. when iniquity shall A. an end, 29.

Van. 2. 30. for any wisdom that 1 A. more thananjr 3. 25. I see four men loose, and they A. no hurt

5. 7. shall A. a chain of gold about his neck, 16.

6. 2. and the king should A. no damage

Hos. 10. 3. for now they shall say we A. no king Mic. 3.6. night shall be unto you, ye shall not A. vis. Zeph. 2. 10. this shall they A. for their pride Hag. 1. 6. ye eat, but ye A. not enough ; ye drink Mai. 2. 10. A. we not all one father ? hath not Goil Mat. 3. 9. we A. A braham to our father, Lulce 3. 8. 5. 40. take thy coat, let him A. thy cloak also

46. if love them who love you w hat rew ard A. ye ?

ly, they A. their reward, 5, 16. 8. 20. the foxes A. holes, birds A. nests, Lulce 9. 58.

6. 2. verily 1 say

29. what A. we do with thee, Jesus, thou .Son of God ? iVar* 1. 24. Lulce 4. 34. 13. 12. and he shall A. more abundance, 25. 29.

14. 4. it is not lawful for thee to A. her. Marl 6. 18.

15. 33. whence should we A. so much bread in wild. 34. how many loaves A. ye ? Mark 6. 38. 1 8. 5.

17. 20. if A. faith as a gram of mustard, 21. 21.

19. 16. what shall I do, that 1 may A. eternal life ? 27. Ibllowed thee, what shall we A. therefore 1

26. 11. ye A. the poor always with you, but me ve A. not always, Jlfar* 14. 7. John 12.8. 65. what further need A. we of witnesses ? 27. 19. A. nothing to do with that just man 43. let him deliver him now, if he will A. him Mark 2. 17. the whole A. no need of the physician 19. as long as they A. the bridegroom with them 4.23. if any man A. ears to hear, 7. 16. Kev. 13.9.

40. why are ye so fearful, how is it ye A. no faith ? 8 .16. saying, it is because we A. no bread

9. 50. A. salt In yourselves, A. peace one with anoth. 10. 21. thou shalt A. treasure in heaven, Luke 18. 22. 11. 23. but shall believe, shall A. whatsoev. he saith 24. believe ye receive them, and ye shall A. them Luke 6. 32. who love you, what thank A. ye ? .33, .34. 8. 18. from him be taken what he seemeth to A. 11. 5. which of you shall A. a friend, and shall go

41. but rather give alms of such things as ye A. 12. 4. and after that A. no more that they can do

24. which neither A. store-house nor barn 33. sell that ye A. and give alms, provide bags 14. 18. must go and see it, I pray A. me excused, 19.

15. 31. thou art ever with me, all that I A. is thine 19. 14. we will not A. this man to reign over us 22. 31. Satan hath desired to A. you, that he may

24. 17. what communications ye A. one to another ? 39. spirit hath not flesh and bones, as ye see me A. 41 . he said, A. ye here any meat ; John 21. 5.

John 2. 3. the mother of Jesus said, they A. no wine 4. woman, what A. 1 to do with thee ? 3. 15. should not perish, but A. everlast. life, 16. 4. 17. the woman answered and said, I A. nohusb,

5. 20. he hath given the Son to A. life in himselr 38. and ye A. not his word abiding in you

42. 1 know that ye A. not the love of God in you

6. 40. believeth on him may A. everlasting life 53. except ye eat his flesh, ye A. no life in you

8. 6. tempting, that they might A. to accuse him 12. he that followeth me. shall A. the light of life 41. A. one father, even God || 49. 1 A. not a devil

9. 41. if ye were blind, ye should A. no sin

10. 10. I am come that they might A. life and more 16. other sheep I A. which arc not of this fold 12. 35. walk while ye A. light, lest darkness, 36.

16. .33. that in me ve might A. peace, in the world ye shall A. tribulation, 1 A. overcome the woild

18. 39. but ye A. a custom that I should release one 19. 7. we A. a law |1 15. we A. no king but Cesar 20.31. that believing ye might A. lite thro' Jesus

Acts 3. 6. silver and gold A. I none, but such as I A. 9. 6. he said, Lord, what wilt thou A. me to do ? 17. 28. in him we live, move, and A. our being

19. 25. know that by this craft we A. our wealth 21. 2.3. we A. four men which A. a vow

Horn. 2. 14. when the Gentiles, which A. not the law 6. 22. ye A. your fruit unto holiness, the end life

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Ritm. 8. 9. now if any man h. not Spirit of Christ 9. 9. tliistiine 1 willioine, anil Sara sliall A. a son ^'2. 4. anil all nienihers /;. nottlie same (ittice

14. ';'2. hastthoii taith - A. to th.vsrlt' l>et(ire lioil

15. 17. 1 /'■ "liereut' 1 may iilorv through Christ

1 C'yr. 2. It), luit we A. the mind of Christ

4. 11. are nakeil, and A. no certain duelling place 15. though instructors, vet A. ye not many lathers

5. 1. that one sliould A. his tattler's wite

6. 19. Ilolydh. which is in you, which ye A. of G. 7.2. to avoid fornicrttiin, let every man A. his own

wite, let every woman A. her 0«n husband

28. yet such shall A. trouble in the Hesh

29. they that A. wives be as tlio' they had none 32. I would A. you witliout caretulness

40. I think also that 1 A. the Spirit of tiod

8. 1. we know, that we all A. knowledL-e

9. 4. A. we not power to eat and drink r 5, 0.

11. 14. if a man A. lorn; hair, it is a shame to him

15. if a woman A. lonu' hair.it is airlory to her

16. we A. IK) such custom, nor the churches of C. CJ. what, A. ye not houses to eat and drink in '

12. 21. eve not sav to hand, 1 A. no need of thee

30. A. all the gift's of healiuL' r do all interi)ret r l.'i. 1. A. not charitv, 1 am become sounding brass

2. thou;;li 1 A. all faith and A. not charity, :!. 15. 31. by yoiu' rejoicini; which I A.Christ Jesus

34. for some A. not the know ledge of Cod

2 Ci

4. 1. seeing we A. this ministry, we faint not 8. 11. a performance out of that whiih ye A.

i'.p/i. 4. 28. he may A. to give to him that needeth

5. 11. A. nofellowship with the unfruitful works J'hi/. 1. 7. 1 A. you in my heart |1 4. 18. but I A. all Co/. 1. 4. and love which je A. to all the saints

2. 1. ye knew what great conHict I A. for you

3. 1.3. if any man A. aciuarrel against any

4. 1. knowing that ye also A. a .Master in heaven

1 7'Aeji. 2. 14. ye suffered, as they A. of the .lews

2 T/iess. 3. 2. pray for us, for all men A. not faith

9. not l)ecause we A. not power, but to make 1 Tim. 2. 4. w ho w ill A. all men to be saved Jlefi. 4. 13. the eyes of him with whom we A. to do

14. seeing then that we A. a great high-priest

5. 14. by reas> n of use A. their senses exercised

6. 19. which hope we A. as an anchor of the .soul

8. 1. we A. such an lligh-l'riest, set on right-hand

3. that this man A. somewhat also to offer 111. 31. that ye A. in heaven a better substance

13. 5. be content with such things as j'e A.

10. we A. an altar whereof they A. no riuht to eat 14. here A. we no continuing city, we seek one

Jam. 1. 4. but let patience A. her perfect work

2. 1. A. not faith of ( hrist w ith respect of |;ersons

14. and A. not works, can faith save him r

17. even so faith, if it A. not works, is ilead

18. a man may say, tliou hast faith, and I A. works

3. 14.if ve A. hitter envy, ami strife in 3'onr hearts

4. 2. ye lust and A. not, ye desire to A. ye figlit and

war, yet ve A. not, because ve ask not

1 Pet. 4. 8. above all things A. fervent charity

2 Pet. 1. 19. we A. amore sure woid of prophecy 2. 14. an heart they A. exercised with covetousness

1 Jo/in 1. 8. if we sa\, we A. no sin, deceiveourselv. 2. 1. we A. an A

4. 21. and this commandment A. we from him

5. 13. that \e may know that ye A. eternal life U. this is the conliilence that'we A. in him

15. know we A.tlie petitions we desired of him S John i. I A. no greater joy than to hear that my

9. Diotrephes, who lovetii to A. the i>re-eminen'ce Rev. 1. 18. 1 A. the keys of hell and ot death

2. 4. yet I A. somewhat against thee, 14, 20.

10. and ye shall A. tribulation ten davs

24. to you, and to as many as A. not this doctrine

25. but what ye A. already, hold fast till I come

9. 4. which A. not the sealof fiod in their foreh. 12. 17. and h. the testimony of .lesus Christ

14. 11. they h. no restday'nor night who worship

17. 13. these A. one mind, and give their power 19. 10. of brethren that A. the testimony of .lesus

21. a. liars shall h. their part in the lake that burns

22. 14. that they may A. right to the tree of life

&ee CuMP.tssiDN, Dominion. H.AVING. Lev. 7. 20. h. hisuncleanness upon him, 22. .3. 20. 18 A. her sickness II 22. 22. A. a wenor^.urvy A'kto. 24. 4. into a trance, but A. his eves open, 16. Ruih 1. 13. would ye stay for them fioiii A. husbands 1 Chron. 21. 16. A. a drawn sword in his hand £ Chron. II. 12. A. .hidali and Henjamin on his side Ksth. 6. 12. mourning, and A. his head covered Prov. 6. 7. which A. no guide, overseer, or ruler Ezek. 38. 11. and A. neither bars nor gates Mic. 1. 11. pass ye away, A. thv shamenaked Zech. 9. 9. thy king comethto thee, A. salvation Mat. 7. 29. he taught as one A. authority

8. 9.underauthi)rity,A.soldie,-siin.lerme,f.i(/(-c7.8

9. .36. werea'ssheep/i. no shepherd, il/nr/f- 6. .34.

18. 8. rather than A. two hands or two feet

9. rather than A. two eyes to be cast, Mark 9. 43. 22. 12. how camest. not A. a wedding-garment .'

24. it a man die, A. no children, l.nle 20. 28.

25. and A. no issue, left his wife to his brother 26. 7. woman A. an alabaster box, Mark 14. 3.

^lark 8. 1. and h. nothingto eat, .lesus called 18. A. eyes, see ye not ? A. ears, hear ve not ?

11. 13. a tig tree A. leaves || 12. 6. A. one son Luke 8. 43. woman A. an issue of lilood twelve years

15. 4. what man of you A. an hunilred shee[) .'

8. either what woman A. ten pieces of silver '

17. 7. but which of you A. a servant ploughing John 7. 15. liow knows he letters, A. never learned?

18. 10. tlien Simeon I'eter A. a sword drew it Act.f 4. 37. h. land, sold it, and brought the money

22. 12. A. a gomi report of the .lews who dwelt 24. 22. h. more perfect knowledge of that way Rorn.l. 14. A. not the law, are a law to themselves

12. 6. h. then gifts differing accord, to grace given 1 Cor. 6. 1. A. a matter against another, go to law

7. 37. lie that staniicll) stedfast A. no necessity

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2 Cot. 4. 13. we A. the same spirit of faith, as written

6. 10. as A. nothing, and vet possessing all thiiiiis

7. 1. A. therefore these promises, belo\ed, cleanse 9.8. ye always A. all sutticieiicy in all thiuvs

10. 6. A. in a readiness to reveiiL'e all disobedience 15. but A. hope, when your faith is iiicrease

2. 19. A.nourisiuuent ministered, and knit together

1 lull. 3. 4. A. hiscliil. insulijection with all gravity

4. 8. A. the promise of the life that now is

5. 12. A. damnation, because they have cast off 6.8. and A. foo.l and raiment, let us be content

2 I'im.'Z. 19. A. this seal, the Lord knoweth his

3. 5. A. a form of godliness, but denving tiie power

4. 3. thev shall hea]) teachers, A. ifchmg ears Tit. 1. 6. "A. faithful cliihlren, not accused of rint

1 Pit. 2. 12. A. C'lnversatiou honest among (ieiitiles 3. Hi. A. a L'ood conscun. e, thev may be asliained

2 Pet. 2. 14. A. eyes full of adult, tiiat cannot cease Jiule 19. these be sensual, A. not the Spirit

Uev. 5. 6. A. Seven horns I 8. A. every one harps

7. 2. I saw an angel, A. the seal of the living Cod

8. 3. A. a golden lenser |1 9. 17. A. breast-plates

12. 3. A. seven heads 1| 12. A. great wrath

14. 6. A. the everlasting gosfjel to preach to them

15. 2. A. the harps of God li 1". 4. A. a golden ( ii|) 18. 1. A. great power |i 20. 1. A. the key of the pit

21. 11. the holy Jerusalem, A. the glory of God

ll.AVKN. GcK.49. 13. Zebul. shalldwellat theA.an A.ofships i'.'rt/. 107. .30. he bringeth tliem to their desired A. Aeti 27. 12. A. not commodious, an A. of Crete

Fair IIAVKNS. ^hts 27. 8. came to a place wliich is called the /. A.

HAVt)CK. ActsQ. 3. as for Saul, he made A. of the church

HAWK. Lev. 11. 16. A. had in abomination, Dent. 14. 15. Job 39. 26. doth the A. Hy by thy wisdom .'

HAY. Pri)r. 27. 25. the A. appeareth and tender grass /•>«. 15. 6. the A. is w ithered away, the grass faileth 1 Cor. 3. 12. who buildcth on this foundation, A.

HAZEL. Oen. SO. 37. Jacob took him rods of A. and chesiiut

HK. Gen. 3. 16. and he shall rule over thee

6. 3. not always stiive with man, for he is flesh 44. 10. he w ith w hom it is found sliall be my servant 48. 19. younger brother shall be greater than he 49. 8. art he whom thy brethren shall i)iaise

Exod.i. 16. Ae shall he'thy spokesman to the jieople, and he shall be to thee instead of a mouth

9. 34. and hardened his heart, he and his servants 35. 34. lie hath i)ut in his heart that he may teach

both he and Aholiab of the tribe of Dan I ev. 7. 33. he among the sons of Aaron that ofl'ereth

25. 51. shall go out in jubilee, At- and his children .\?««. 24. 9. and cursed is he that curseth thee Pleiit. 3. 1. came, he and all his people to battle

8. 18. it is he that giveth i)Ower to get wealth 27. 16. cursed be he. .S'c to the end of the chapter

31.6. Af that doth go with thee, he will not f'ail,8. 32. 6. is 11' t At' thy Lather that hath bought thee '

39. I, even 1 aiiiAe, and there is no God with me, /..«. 41. 4. I 43. 10, 13. I 46. 4. I 48. 12. Josh. 23. 3. L. your G. is he that fought t'or ycu, U). Jnilg. 10. 18. what man is he will begin to fight r 1 ■>«»(. 4. 16. 1 am he that came out of the army

9. 2. there was not a goodlier person than lie

16. 12. this is he \\ 25. 25. as his name is so is he

1 Kings 1. 32. who fell on two men better than lie 17. 15. siie and he and her house did eat many days 18. 17. art thoii he that trouhleth Israel '.

2 Kings 18. 22. is not that he whose places, Isn. 36. 7. 2 ( hron. 29. 3. he in hrst year of reign opened doors Joh 9. 24. if not, where, and who is he/

13. 19. who is he that will plead with me ? 14.10. mandieth, and w here is he? 20. 7. Isa. 63. 1 1 .

}'sal. 22. 9. thou art Aethat took me out of the womb 611. 12. he it is shall tread down enemies, 108. 13. Ii8. 20. he that is our God is the (lod of salvation 100. 3. he is (Jod, it is he that hath made us 144. 10. it is he that giveth salvation to kings

Prov. 16. 20. that tnisteth in L. happv is he, 29. 18.

Keel. 5. 8. he tliat is higher than the highest regard.

6. 3. I say that an untimely birth is better than he Isa. 40. 22. it is he sitteth on the circle of the earlh

51. 12. l.eveii I, am As that comfoitelh vou,52. 6. John 18. 5, 6, 8. l!ev. 1. "I8. I 2. 23. Jer. 5. 12. have belied the Lord, and said, it is not Ac 14.22. art not thou he, (> Lord our God .'iii. 5. the king is not he that can do any thing 48. 26. and he also shall be in derision Kzek. ;«. 17. art thou he of whom 1 have spoken ' lliih. 1. 13. the man that is more righteous than he Mnt. 2. 2. where is he that is born king of the lews .'

3. 3. this is he that was spoken of by the prophet 11.3. art thou he that sliould come (l.vke '. 19, 20. 12. 30. lie that is not with me is against me, and he

that gathereth not with me, l.vU 11. 23.

22. 42. w hat think ve of Christ ? wliose son is he t 24. 26. he is in the desert, he is in the secret chamb.

26. 48. the same is he, hold him fast, Murk 14. 44. Murk 12. ;i2. and there is none other but he Luke 10. 22. he to whom the Son will reveal him

11.7. and he from within shall answer and say

20. 2. who is he that gav e thee this aulliority .' 22. 27. he that sitteth at meat, or he that servcth

21. 6. they said, he is not here, but is risen

21. we trusted he should have redeemed Israel John 1. 15. this was he of whom 1 spake, .30.

4. 26. Jesus saith, I that speak to thee, am he

7. 11. where is As .'II 25. is not this Ac thev seek to k..' 8.24. if ye believe not that 1 am he. ye shall die

28. then shall ye know that 1 am he 9. 8. they said, is not this he that sat and begged ?

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John 9. 9. some said, this is he, but he s?id, T am he 36. who is Ae, Ld. |I37. At that talketh wdh thee 13. 19. 1 tell you that ye inav believe that 1 am A«

Acts?,. 10, they knew it was he who tat for alms 7. 3ti. this is Ae that was in the church in wilderu.

9. 21. is not this Ae that destioved them who called

10. 21. Peter said, I am he wh'iimye seek

42. he that w as ordained of God'to he the judge

13. 25. whom think ye that I am '. 1 am not he Horn. 2. 28. he is not a lew that is one outwardly

29. but he is a Jew that is one inward I v

14. 18. lie that in these things seiveth ( li'rist

1 Cor. 10. 22. are we stronger than he I

2 Cor. 10. 7. of himself think this again, that as he

is C^hrist's, even so are we t hiists

1 VAcM. 5.24. faitliful isA« thatcallcth \ 011. will Od it

2 'I'hess. 2. 7. he who letteth, will let till he be takm llih. 12.7. what son is Ac the father cliasteiielh nut •

10. but Af for our iirolit, that wo mii^ht be part.ik. 1 Pet. 1. 15. as he which hatli called vou isliolv 1 John 1.7. if we walk in light, as At is in the li;;ht 2.28.when he shall ai'pear, we may liavecoiilidcnce

3. 7. is righteous, even as he is righteous 24. dwelleth in him, and he in him, 4. 15.

4. 4. greater is he that is in you, than he in world 17. because as he is so are we in this world

5. 12. he that hath the Son, hath life; and he that

hath not the -Son of God, hath not lifn

3 John 11. follow not evil, he that doeth goiid is of

God ; Ae that doeth evil hath not seen God

l\ev. 20. 6. holy is he that hath part in hrst resurrec. 22. 11. he that is unjust, he that is filthy i>ee Blessi:u, Did, S.\ith. HEAD.

The head is the npperynost and chief part of the hody. It is sometimes taken for the uhole man. Prov. 10. 6. lilessings are upon the head of the just, that is, upon their persons. And Hod sat/s if the nicked, I will recompense their wav upon their head, Ezek. 9. 10. ft is taken also 'for the life. Dan. 1. 10. Ae shall make me endanger my head to file king. It also siijnifics a chiif or capital cits/. Isa. 7- 8. '1 he head of .N>r)n is Uamasms. It denotes a chief or principal mcmhtr in any so- ciety. Isa. 9. 14, 15. Ihe Lord will cut oft "from Israel head and tail. I he ancient and hontiur- able, he is the head. It is said. Gen. 3. 15. 1 he Seed of the woman shall bruise the serpent's head ; that is, Christ Jesus, the hlesscd seed of the uoman, shall overthroii) the poxver, policy, and ■works of the devil.

Ilead is take?i for one that hath rule and pre-eminenc8 over others. Thus Cod is the head of Christ, as I\hdiator ; from him he derives all his dignity and authority : Christ is the only spiritual heail of his church, both in respect of eminence and infimnce ; he commmiieateslife, motion, and strength toevery believer : also the husband is the head of his wife, because by God's ordinance he is to rule over her, (Sen. 3. 16. Also in regard of preeminence if sex, 1 Pet. 3. 7 . and excelh ncy of knowU dije, 1 Cor. 14. ?)h. 'The apostle mentions this subordination of persons in 1 Cor. 11. 3. Hut I would have you know, that the head of every man is Christ: and the head of the woman is the man ; and the head of Christ is God.

7'he river in Paradise r;fl.t divided into four heads, znto four .springs, four branches. Gen. 2. H>. I he stone w hich the builders rejected, was made the head of the corner, Psal. 118. 22. it :,as the Jirst in the angle, uhelher it r.cre disposed at tin top of that angle to adorn and cro\nit. or at the bottom to support It. This in the Se:c Testament is ajpli-ui to t hrist, r. An is the strength and beauty if the church, to unite the several parts thereif, namely, both .lews and (Jentiles. together. 1 hou hast caused men to ride over our heads, I'sal. (')t). l5. 'J hou hast given us masters who use us Hie sinus, yea, like beaits to carry their burdens. The Lord shall make thee the head, and not the tail. Dent. 28. 13. 'J hou shall be aluays master, and never in subjection.

Head is taken sometimes for poison, because the He- brew word ]{osoh. which signifies heM\, si,/ni/ies like:.'ise poison. Job 20. 16. He shall suck the poi- son, or head of asps. Jn times if mourning, tiny coiered then heads, they cut and plucked rjf tlnir hair ; I will bring baldness Ufjoneveiy head, says the prophet, speaking if calamitous times, A 1110s 8. 10. On the contrarv^ in prosperity ihiy anoiniid their heads with sweet oils, I'ccl. 9. 8. Let thy head lack no ointment. I o shake the head at one, is a gesture of Ci>ntempt and insult. I'sal. 22. 7. Thev shoot out the lif), thev shake the head.

Gcn.:\. 15. it shall bruise thv A. thou bruise his heel 40. 13. vet Pharaoh shall lift Of) thy A. 19. 49. 26. blessings shall be on the A. ot losepli, and on the top of the A. of him. Dent. 3,i. !(,.

Exi^d. 29. 10. Aaron and his sons shall [lut their

hands upon A. of the bullock. Lev. 4. 4. I 8. 1 1.

15.puthandsonA.of theiam, 19. Lev.i^. 18.22.

Lev. 1. 4. shall put hand on the A. of burnt otlernig

3. 2. shall lay (lis hand on the A. of his ..llcrmg

4. 29. lav his hand on the h. of sin ofiermg, 33. 13. 44. he is leprous, his plague is m his A.

45. his clothes shall be rent, and his A. hare 21. 5. thev shall not make baldness on their A.

10. shall'not uncover hi< A. nor rend his clothes iVK/n.5. 18. file priest shall uncover the woman s A.

6. 5. there shall no razor come on the N a/ante's A. 7. file consecralion of his God is on his A.

O. thc-n he shall shave his A. 18. /), ut. 21. 12.

11. and he shall hallow his A. that same day .Tos'i.'2. 10. his bicod be on his A. blooil (in our A. Jndg.5. 26. shesmoteofV.sisera's A. when she had

13 5.shalt beara son, no razor shall come on his A.

1 .Sam. 17. 57.(;oliath's A. li 31. 9. cut ofT Saul's A. 25. .'id. tlie wickedness of NabaPon hisowiiA. 28. 2! I will make thee keeper of my A. forever

2 .sV/)«. 1. 2. a man came, and earth upon his A. 15. .■i2.

16. thv blood be upon thy A. 1 Ktngs'2. .37. _ 3. U. Abncr was wroth, and said, am 1 a dog's h ' 217

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{ Sam. 3. 29. let it rest on A. of Joab, on his house

16. 9. let me go over, and take off his A. 2 Kings 2.3. take thy master trom thy A. today, 5.

4. 19. and he said unto his father, my A. my A.

6. .31. if the A. of Klisha shall stand ou him 32. son of a murderer sent to take away my A.

19. 21. the virgin despised thee, thedaushterof .le- rusalem hath shaken her A. at thee, jsa. 37. 22.

S5. 27. did lift up the A. of Jehoiachin, J

10. 15. if riahteous, yet will I not lift up my A.

16. 4. and I coald shake my A. at you Psa/.3. 3. my jilory and the lifter up of mine A.

7. 16. his miscliief shall return on his own A.

22. 7. they shoot out the lip, they shake the A.

23. 5. thou anointest my A. witli oil, cup runneth 27. 6. now shall my A. be lifted up above enemies 38. 4. mine iniquities are gone over mine A.

44. 14. a shakim; of the A. among the people 60. 7. Ephraim is the strength of my A. Uie. 8. 68. 21. God shall wound the A. of his enemies &3. 2. they that hnte thee have lift up the A. 110. 7. th refore shall he lift up the A.

140. 9. as for the A. of those that compass nie

141. 5. be an oil, which shall not break my A. Prov. 10. 6. blessings are on the A. of the just

11. 26. blessing on the A. of him w hich selleth com

25. 22. shall heap coals of fire on his A. Rom, 12. 20. Heel. 2. 14. the wise man's fcyes are in his A. Cant. 2. 6. his left hand is under my A. 8. 3.

5. 2. my A. is filled with dew, my locks with drops 11. his A. as most fine gold 117.5. tiiy A. asCarmel Jsa. 1. 5. the whole A. is sick and the heart faint

51. 11. everlasting joy shall be on their A.

58. 5. is it to bow down his A. as a bulrush ?

59. 17. he put on an helmet of salvation on his A. Jer. 2. 37. go forth, and thine hands on thy A.

9. 1. O that my A. w ere waters, mine eyes tears

23. 19. fall grievously on the A. of wicked, .'JO. 23. £zei. 9. 10. recompense their way ou their A.

29. 18. every A. was made bald, shoulder peeled Dan. 2. 38. O king, thou art this A. of gold Ji:ei 3. 4. return your recompense on your A. 7. Amos 2. 7. that pant after dust on the A. of the poor

8. 10. and 1 will bring baldness on every h.

9. 1. he said, cut them in the h. all of them Zeeh, 1. 21. so that no man did lift up his A.

6. 11. then set the crowns on the A. of .loshua A/or. 5. 36. neither shall Ihou swear by thy A. . 27. 30. and they smote him on the A. Maik 15.19. Mark 6. 24. she said, the A. of John the Baptist L,uke 7. 46. my A. with oil thou didst not anoint John 13. 9. not feet only, but also my hands and A.

1 Cor. 11. 4. his A. covered, dishonoureth his A. 10. the woman ought to have power on her A.

12. 21. the A. to the feet, 1 have no need of vou

hpb. 1. 22. put all things under his feet, and gave

him as A. to tlie church, 4. 15. Col. 1. 18.

Col. 2. 19. not holding the A. from which the body

J

See Beard, Bald, Bow, Bowed, Cover,

Covered, Crown.

Axe-UEA D.

Dent. 19. 5. and the axe-h. slippeth from the helve

2 Kinat 6. 5. aze-A. fell into the water, and he cried

Bed's-H EA D. Gen. 47. 31. Israel bowed himself on the ied's-h.

Upear's HEAD. 1 Sam. 17.7.f.-A. weighed 600 shekels, 2 Sam. 21.16.

11 EA D-stone. Fsal. 118. 22. is becoine the h.-stone of the comer Zech. 4. 7- bring forth the h.-stone with shoutings

HEAD of the earner , Mat. 21. 42. is become the A. of the earner, Mark 12. 10. Luke 20. 17. Acts 4. 11. 1 Pet. 2. 7. HEAD, for Uvler, Governor. Num. 17. 3. one rod shall be for the A. of the house 25. 15. he was A. over a people of a chief house JJeut. 28. 13. I/)rd will make thee the A. not the tail

44. he shall be the A. and thou shall be the tail Josh. 22. 14. each one an A. of house of their fathers Juiiff. 10. 18. he shall be A. over all Gilead, 11. 8. 11.9. shall 1 be your h.f || 11. the people made him A. 1 Sam. 15. 17. wast thou not made the A. of Israel:' 2*flm.22.44. thou hast kept me to be A. Fsal. 18.43. 1 Chron. 11. + 6. who smiteth Jebusites, shall beA. 29. 11. and thou art exalted as A. above all Jsa.T.8. A. of Damascus is Kezin, A. of Samaria, 9. 9. 14. Lord will cut off from Israel A. and tail 15. the ancient and Honourable, he is the A. 19. 15. nor work which A. or tail, or rush, may do Jer. 22. 6. thou art Gilead to me, A. of Lebanon Jios. 1. 11. they shall appoint themselves one A. Uab. 3. 13. woundest the A. out of house of wicked 14. thou di 1st strike through the A. of his vil laces 1 Cor. 11. 3. that the A. of every man is Christ, the'A. of the woman is the man, the A. of Christ is God Eph. 5. 23. the husband is the A. of the wife, even as Christ is A. of the church, and Saviour of bo

HEAD, for Top, Chief, Psal. 1.37. 1 6. prefer Jerusalem before A. of my joy Jsa. 28. 1. which are on the A. of fat vaMeys, 4. 51. 20. they lie at the A. of all the streets Jlzek. 16. 25. built hish places at A. of the way 21. 19. choose it at the A. of the way to the city 21. king of Babylon stood at the A. of two ways HEAD, with hair or AaiVx. X«p. 1.3. 40. the man whose Aair is fallen off his A. 41. 14. 9. the leper shall shave all his Aair off his A. A'Hm. 6. 5. let the locks of the Aair of his A. grow 18. and shall take the Aair of A. of his separation Juig. 16. 22. the hair of bis A. began to grow again

1 •SaOT.14.45. notan Aairof hisA.shallfall togro'und

2 Sam. 14. 26. weighed Aair of his A. at 200 shekels Fira 9. 3. I plucked off the hairoi my A. and beard Psal. 40. 12. they are more than hain of my A. 69. 4. Cant. 7. 5. and the hair of thine A. like purple

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Dan. 3. 27. nor was an Aair of their A. singed 7. 9. the Aair of his A. like the pure wool il/ai. 10.30. hairs of your A. are numbered, LukeVl.T. Luke 7. 38. did wipe theHi with Aairj- of her A. 44. 21. 18. there shall not an Aair of your A. perish Acts 27. 34. not an Aair fall from the A. ot any Rev. 1. 14. his A. and his hatrs were white like wool

Uoary HEAD. Ij!v. 19. 32. tliou slialt rise before the hoary A.

HEADBANDS. Jsa. 3. 20. Lord will take away the A. and tablets

HEADY. 2 Tim. 3 4. for men shall be A. high-minded

HEADLONG.

Job 5. 13. the counsel of the froward is carried A.

Luke 4. 29. that they might cast him down A.

Ads 1. 18. and falling A. he burst asunder in midst

H EA ns.

Gen. 43. 28. they bowe

9. 57. all the evil did God render upon their A. 1 Sam. 29. 4. should it not be with the A. of these

1 Kings 20. 31. let us, I pray, put ropes on our A. 32. put ropes on their A. and came to the king

2 Kings 10. 6. take ye the A. of your master's sons 8. they have brought the A. of the king's sons

1 Chron. 12. 1 19. he will fall to Saul on our h. Psal. 24. 7. lift up your A. O ye gates, and be lift, 9. 66. 12. thou hast caused men to ride over our A. 74. 13. thou brakest the A. of the dragons in waters

14. thou brakest the h. of leviathan in pieces 109. 25. they looked on me, they shaked their A. Isa. 15. 2. on all their A. shall be baldness 35. 10. to Zion3ongs,andeverlastingjoy ontheir A. Jer. 14. 3. they were ashamed and covered their A. 4. plowmen were ashamed, they covered their A. Exek. 7. 18. and baldness shall be on all their A. 11.21. 1 willrecompense their way on their A. 22.31. 32. 27. they laid their swords under their A. 44. 18. shall have linen bonnets on their A. 20. nor shall they shave, they shall poll their A. Mat. 27. 39. reviled, wagging their A. Mark 15. 29. Luke 21. 28. tlien look up, and lift up youi A. Acts 18. 6. he said, your blood be upon your own A. Rev. 9. 7. and on their A. were as it were crowns 19. their tails were like to serpents, and had A. 13. 1. I saw a beast having seven h and on his A. 3. I saw one of his A. as it were wounded to death

17. 9. the seven A. are seven mountains, on which

18. 19. they cast dust ontheir A. and cried, alas!

HEADS, for Governors. Exoi. 18. 25. and made them A. over the people A'tim. 1. 16. they were A. of thousands in Israel

25. 4. take all the A. of the people and hang them Josh. 22. 21. Reuben and (iad answered the A.

23. 2. .loshua called for their A. and for their judges

1 Chron. 12. 32. the A. of Israel were two hundrecl

2 Chron. 5. 2. Solomon assembled all the A. to bring 28. 12. certain of the A. of Ephraim stood up

Psal. 110. 6. shall wound the A. overmany countries

Isa. 29. + 10. the prophets and A. hath he covered

Mie. 3. 1. hear. O A. of Jacob, and princes of Isr. 9. 11. A. thereof judge for reward, and priests teach See Fathers. HEAL.

Num. 12. 1.3. A. her now, O God, I beseech thee

Deut. 32. 39. I kill and make alive, 1 wound, I A.

2 Kings 20. 5. I will A. thee, and add to thy days 8. what shall be the sign that the L. will A. me 'i

2Chr.7. 14. I will forgive their sin, and will A. land

Psal. 6. 2. O Lord, A. me, for my bones are vexed 41. 4. A. my soul, for I have sinned against thee 60. 2. A. the breaches thereof, for it shaketh

Keel. 3. 3. a time to kill, and atir.e to A.

Isa. 19. 22. shall smite and A. it, and he shall A. them 57. 18. 1 have seen his ways, and will A. him, 19.

Jer. 3. 22. return, and I will A. your backsljdings 17. 14. A. me. O lx)rd, and I shall be healed 30. 17. I will A. thee of thy wounds, saith the L.

Lam. 2. 13. for thy breach is great, who can A. thee ?

Hos, 5. 13. yet could he not A. you, nor cure you

6. 1. let us retum, he hath torn, and will A. us

14. 4. I will A. their backslidings, I will love freely Zech. 11. 16. he shall not A. that that is broken Mat. 8. 7. Jesus saith, 1 will come and A. him

10. 1. to A. all manner of sickness, Mark 3. 15.

8. A. the sick, cleanse the lepers, Luke 9. 2. 1 10.9. 12. 10. is it lawful to A. on sabbath-day > Luke 14. 3.

13. 15. I should A. them, John 12. 40. Acts 28. 27. A/ari3.2. whether he would A. on sabbath, iuie 6. 7. Luke 4. 18. he hath sent me to A. the broken-hearted

23. ye will surely say, physician, A. thyself 5. 17. the power of the Loin was present to A. them

7. 3. beseeching that he would come and A. hisserv. John 4. 47. that he would come down and A. his son Acts 4. 30. by stretchine forth thine hand to A.

HEALED. Gen. 20. 17. God A. Abimelech and his wife Ezod. 21. 19. he shall cause him to be thoroughly A. Lev. 13. 18. the bile is A. || 37. the stall is A.

14. 3. and if the plague of leprosy be A. 48. D«(/.28. 27. with itch, whereof thou canst not he A.

1 Sam. 6. 3. return an offering, then he shall be A.

2 A'ini^*2.21.have A. the waters 1122. wateis were A.

8. 29. king Joram went to be A. in Jezreel

9. 15. Joram was returned to be A. 2 Chron. 22. 6. 2 Chron. 30. 20. the L. hearkened and A. tlie people Psal. .30. 2. I cried to thee, and thou hast A. nie

107. 20. he sent his word, and A. them Isa. 6. 10. lest thej- see, and convert, and be A.

53. 5. he was bruised, and with his stripes we are A. Jer. 6. 14. they have A. the hurt slightly, 8. 11.

15. 18. my wound incurable, which refuseth to be A.

17. 14. heal me, O Ix)r

51.8. howl for her, take balm, if so be she may beA.

9. we would have A. Babylon, but she is not A. Euk. 30. 21 . and lo, it shall not be bound up to be A.

34. 4. neither have ye A. that which was sick 47.8. brought forth into sea, the waters shall be A. 9. U. and the marislies tliereof shall not be A.

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Has. 7. 1. when I would have A. Tsr. then iniquity

11. 3. but they knew not that 1 A. them

Mat. 4. 24. those that had the palsy, and he A. them 8. 8. speak, and my servant shall be h. Luke 7. 7. 12. 15. multitudes followed him, he A. them, 14. 14 Mark 5. 23. that she may beA. and she shall live Luke 8. 43. had spent all, nor could be A. of any

13. 14. therefore come and be A. and not on sablmtb 17. 15. when he saw that he was A. turned back 22.61. and he touched hisrar, and A. him

John 5. 1 1. he that was A. wist not who it was Acts 4. 14. and beholding the man who was A. 5. 16. and they were A. every one

14. 9. and perceiving that he had faith to be A. 28. 8. Paul prayed, and A. the father of Publiu»

hed. 12. 13.i)eoutof the way, but letitrather be A. Jam. 5. 16. pray one for another, that ye may be A.

1 Pet. 2. 24. by whose stripes ye were A. Rev. 13. 3. and his deadly wound was A. 12.

HEALER. Isa. 3. 7. shall swear, saying, I will not be aa A.

HEALEIH. Exod. 15. 26. for I am the Lord that A. thee Ptal. 103. 3. bless the Lord » ho A. all thy disease* 147. 3. he A. the broken in heart, and bindeth up Isa. 30. 26. and he A. the stroke of their w ound H EALING, Substantive.

2 Chron. 24. + 13. and the h. went up upo» the work 36. + 16, wrath of Lord arose, till there was no A.

Prov. 15. + 4. the A. of a tongue is a tree of life Jer. 14. 19. there is no A. for us, the time of A. Dan. 4. t 27. if it may l)e an A. of thy error A'aA.3.19.there is no A.of thy bruise,wound grievous Mai. A. '2. shall Sunofrii-'ht. arise with A.in his wings Luke 9. 11. and he healed them that had need of i. Actsi, 22. on whom this miracle of A. was shewed

1 Cor. 12. 9. is given to another the gift of A. 28. 30. have all the gifts of A. ? do all interpret ?

Rev. 22. 2. leaves of the tree were for A. of nations

HEALING. Jer. 30. 13. none to plead, thou hast no h. medicines Mat. 4. 23. went about A. all manner of sickness Luke 9. 6. preaching the gosiitl, and A. everv where Acts 10. 38. A. all that were oppressed of the devil

HEA LI H. Gen, A3, 28. our father is in good A. he is yet alive

2 Sam.iO. 9. Joab said, art thou in A. my brother? Psal, 38. + 3. neither is there any A. in mv liones

42. 11. who is the A. of my countenance, -13. 5. 67. 2.thy saving A.may be known among all nations Prov. 3. 8. it shall be A. to thy navel and marrow 4. 22. for they are A. to all their flesh

12. 18. but the tongue of the w ise is A.

13. 17. but a faithful ambassador is A.

16. 24. sweet to the soul, and A. to the bones 7.>a. 58. 8. thy A. shall spring forth speedily

Jer. 8. 15. looked for a time of A. behold troubte 22. why is not the A. of my people recovered ! .30. 17. tor I will restore A. unto thee, and heal the* 33. 6. behold, 1 will bring it A. and cure

.^f/j 27.34. take some meat, for this is for your A.

3 John 2. mayest be in A. as thy soul prosperetb

HEAP, Substantive. Gen. 31. 46. they made a A. and did eat on the A. 52. this A. be witness, and this pillar be witness Exod. 15. 8.W aters gathered, the AockIs stootl upright as an A. Josh. 3. 13, 16. Psal. 33. 7. 178. 13. Deut. 13. 16. shall bean A. forever, nor built agaia Josh. 7. 26. they raised over him a great A. of stones 8. 28. Joshua burnt Ai, and made it an A. for ever 29. raise on the king of Ai a great A. of stones 11. 1 13. the cities that stood still on their A. Judg. 15. + 16. w ith the jaw-bone of an ass, an h, Ruth 3. 7. to lie down at the end of the A. of com 2 Sam. 18. 17. they laid very great A. on Absalom Job 21. t .32. yet shall he watch in the A.

30. + 24. he will not stretch out his hand to the A. Pror. 26. + 8. that putteth a precious stone in an A. Cant. 7. 2. thy belly is like an A. of wheat set about Isa. 17. 1. Damascus shall be a ruinous A.

11. harvest shall be an A. in the day of grief 25. 2. for thou hast made of a ci y an A. Jer, 30. 18. the city shall be builded on her own A. 49. 2. and Kabbah shall be a desolate A. Mic. 1. 6. will make Samaria as an A. of the fieM Hah. 3. 15. didst walk through the A. of great wafers Hag. 2. 16. when one came to an A. of 20 measures

HEAP. Deiit. 32. 23. 1 will A. mischiefs upon them Job 16. 4. I could A. up words against you S7. 16. though he A. up silver as the dust .36. 13. but the hypocrites in heart A. up wrath Prov. 25. 22. thou shall A. coals of fire, i?oOT.12.20. Keel. 2. 26. tosinner hegireth to gather and to A. up Ezek. 21. 10. A. on wood, kindle the lire, consume Hab. 1. 10. for they shall A. dust and take it 2 Tim. 4. 3. A. to themselves teachers, having itching

HEAPED. Zech.9. 3. Tyrus A.up.iilver asthe dust.and fine gold Jam. 5. 3. ye have A. treasure together for last days

HEAPETH. Psal. 39- 6. he A. up riches, and knoweth not who Hab. 2. 5. and he A. unto him all people

HEAP.S. Exod. 8. 14. they gathered them together on A. Jvdg. 15. 16. with the jaw-bone of an asS, A. on A. 2 Kings 10. 8. lay ye them in two A. at entering in

19.25. to lav waste fenced cities into ruinous A.

2 CAr.31. 6. t"hey brought tithe, and laid them by A,

7. in the third month they began to lay the A.

8. when the princes came ana saw the A.

A'eA. 4. 2. will they revive the stones out of the A. Ji

31. 21. set thee up way marks, make thee high A. 50.2f).cast Babylon up as A. and destroy her utterly 51. .37. and Babylon shall become A.

Hos. 12. 11. their altars are as h. in the furrows Mie. 3. 12. and Jerusalem shall become A.

HEAR Signifies, (1) To receive a voice or sound by the ear

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2 f^m. 15. 10. (C) To erant or ansver mir prayer. Psal. 116. 1. 1 love tlie lord be- cause he h;ith heard my voice. Il is of ten used in this ipL^e. in the PSidms and ehenhere. Ayid Hod is said not to hear, u hen he does not grant otters de- sires. John 9. 31. \\ e know that God heareth not sinnel-s. (3; To listen to Ciod's nurd only -uiththe Oiituard sense of the ear. Mat. 13. 19. \Vhen any one heareth the worii ot the kingdom, and under- standeth it not. Thus all nicked men 7iho are tiithin the church do hear the word ; they fiear the suvnd oj the nords, but then they hnie not so ?nuth as a notional hiou ledge of these things, or else re- gard them not, never consider, or lay them to heart, (4) To yield a uillijig assent in our minds to the icord of Hod, with a Jirm purpose to obey it, .John

8. 47. He that is ot\.od, heareth God's word ; he helieies and obeys it. S) in John 10. 2". My sheep hear my voice, and follow me. 2t is used ojten in thi^ sense. Deut. 1. 43. I spake unto you, and ye would not hear ; ye uould not obey me. 1 S-am. £4. y. Wheret'ore hearest thou mens words r ]l'hy belieiest thou what mine enemies say afjainst me .^ ■So in Mat. 17. 5. I his is my beloved ^on, hear him ; believe and obey him. (5) Toleurn, John 8. CO, 40. I speak to the world those thiiiiis \ihich 1 have heard of liim ; those things which he hath taught me, ahich he hath communicated to me. (6) 'lo approve oJ . and embrace. 1 John 4. 5. 1 hey speak of the world, and the world heareth them ; these seducers and false teachers preach such doc- trines as may gratify and comply -with the corrupt affectiffnsaf worldly men ; and they greedi y hearken to, approve and embrace such doctrines. (*) To judge and determine. 2 .'^ani. 15. 3. 1 liy matters are goo

Gen. 21. 6. so that all that h. will lauch with me 23. t3. h. us, my lord, thou art a mighty prince

Erod. 19. 9. tha't the people mav h. when I siJeak .32. 18. but the noise of them that sintr do I h.

Aum. 10.8. h. 1 pray you, ye sons of Levi 23. 18. rise up, Balak, and' /;. hearken unto me .30. 4. and her father//, her vow and her bond

Vent. 1. 10. h. the causes lietween \ our brethren

4. 10. an

5. 1. h. Israel the statutes and judgments, fi. 3. |

9. 1. 1 2cl. 3. Jsa. 48. 1. Mark 12. 29. 27. and h. a-'d that the Loiil our God doth say 12.28. /;. all these words which I command tli'ee 13. 12. if tliou shalt h. sav in one of thv cities 30. 12. bring it, that we ihav h. it and cio it, 13 .

31. 12. that they may //.and fear Ld. 13. Jcr.o. 10. Josh. 3.9. h. the words of the Lord your (iod

6. 5. when ye h. the sound of the trumpet, the

people shall shout, Xeh. 4. 20. Dan. 3. 5, 15. Jiidi;. 5. 3. h. O ye kings, give ear, O ye princes 16. why abodest, to h. the bleatinps of the flocks ?

14. 13. put forth thy riddle, that v.e may h. it

1 Sam. 2. 23. for 1 h. of your evil dealio-s bv all 24. nay, my sons, it is no good report that 1 h. 15. 14. and the lowing of tlie oxen which 1 /;. 10. 2. how can I go .' if Saul h. it, he will kill me

25. 24. A. the words of thy handmaid, 2 ■••am. CO. 1".

26. 19. let mv lord the king h. words of his servant i iiam. 14. + 17. so is my lord the king to //. good

15. 3.thereisnomandeputedof the king to h. thee 10. as soon as ye h. tlie sound of the trumpet

35. that what thing soever thou shalt h.

36. ye shall send to me every thins that ye h.

17. 5. and let us h. likewise what Ifushaisaith 20. 16. a wise woman cried out of the city, /;. h. 22.45. soon as they/;, shall be obedient, Ps. 18. 44.

1 hingsS. i 11. asked understanding to A. judgment 4. 34. to i. the wisdom of Solomon, 10. 8, 24. 2 Chron. 9. 7. C3. Mat. 12. 42. Luie 11. 31. 8. 30. then h. thou in heaven and fcrsive, .•>2, ,34, 36, 39, 43,45, 49. 2 Chron. 6. 21. 18.26. they called on Faal, saying, O Baal, ^.us a hini7s'.6. made the host to h. a noise of chariots

18. 28. h. the word of the great king, ha. .30. 13. 19. 10. h. the words ctf Sennacherib;' Isa. .37. if.

] Chr, 14. 15. when thou shalt h. a sound of going ^eh. 1.6. that thou mayest h. the prayer of servant 4. 4. h. Ooiir G. tior wearedespised.'turn reproach 8. 2. and all that could h. with understanding Job 5. 27. h. it, and know thou it for thv good 13. 17. h. diligently mv speech with ears, 21. 2.

27. 9. will God h. his cry r || 34. 2. h mv vsords 42.4. A. I beseech thee, and 1 will speak

Psal. 4. 1. have mercy upon me, h. my praver, O Go

9. save. Lord, let the king h. us when we call 27. 7. h. O Lord, when 1 cry w ith my voice 30. 10. h. O Lord, and have" mercv u'pcn me

49. 1. A. this, all ye people, give ear, all inhabitants

50. 7. /(. O my people, anri 1 will speak, HI. 8.

51 . a. make me to A. joy and gladness, that the bones 59. 7. swords in lips, forwho,say they, doth /i. .? 61. 1. h. my cry, () God, attend to my prayer 66. 16. come, and h. all ye that fear (iod

102. 20. //. groaning of the prisoner, to loose those 1.38. 4. when they A. the woiiis of thy mouth 143. 8. cause me to A. thy loving kindness in morn. Prov. 1.8. my son, A. the instruction of thy father 4. 1. A. ye children, the instruction of a fiither

10. A. O my son, and receive my sayinos, 19. 20. 8. 6. A. for 1 will speak of excellent things

33. A. instruction, and be wise, refuse it not

19. 27. cease to A. instruction tliat causeth to err 22. 17. bow thine ear, A. the words of the wise

23. 19. A. thou, my son, be wise.andgindethv heart iff/. 5. 1. and be more ready to A. than to g'ive

7. 5. it is better to A. tlie rebuke of the w ise 12. 13. let us A. the conclusion of tlie matter

Cant. 8. 13. hearken to thy voice, cause me to A. it Jsa. 1. 2. /(. O heavens, an

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Isa. 34. 1. let the earth A. smd all that is therem

42. 18. A. ve deaf II 23. who will A. for time to come

43. 9. or let them A. and say, it is truth

48. 14. all ye, assemble yourselves and A. 16. A. ye this, 1 have not spoken in secret

55. 3. A. and vour soul shall live, John 5. 25. Jer. 4. 21. shall 1 A. the sound of the trumpet .' 6. 18. therefore A. ye nations || 19. A. U earth

11. 2. A. ve the words of this covenant, 6. 10. foiefathers who refused to A. 13. 10.

13. 15. A. ye, give ear, for the Lord hath spoken 18. 2. then 1 will cause thee to A. my worus 23.22. and had caused my people to A. mv words 38. 25. if the princes A. that I have talked"

49. 20. therefore A. the counsel of the Ld. 50. 45. Lam. 1. 18. A. 1 pray you, all people, and behold /sfX-. 2.8.A. what 1 say '. 3. 1". A. at my mouth 3. J. 7.

3. '27. he that heareth, let him A. he th'at forbears 13. 19. by joui IviiiL' tomv peo|i|e,tliat A. vour lies 33. .30. A. what is the word that cometh forth 31. they A. thy words, but will not do them, .32. Van. 9. 17. G God, A. the pra\er of thy servant

19. O Lord, A. V 1 or.i, tc rs;ive, hearken, and do IJ0S.5. 1. h.ye this.O piiests, and hearken, give eai- Ji el 1.2. A.this.yeold men, and give ear, all inliabit. .Imos 3. l.A.this wd. L. hath spoken, 4.1. | 5.1. I 8.4. Mic. 1. 2. A. idl ve people, hearken, O earth 3. 1. 1 said, A. I'piay \ou, O heads of Jacob, 9. 0. 2. A. ve, O mountains : 9- A. ve tlie rod and idm yah. 3. "19. all tliat A. the bruit of thee sliall clap ^ech.'t. 12. lest they should A. the law and words Mnt. 11.4. shew John the things which \e A. and 5. lame walk, and deaf A. Mark 7. 3?. l.nle-i. 22.

13. 17. to A. those things that ye A. Lulce 10. 24.

15. li.i. he said to the nudtituile A. and understand

17. 5. tliis is mv beloved Sc n, A. him, Mark 0. 7.

18. 17. he neglect to A. them, to A. the cliurch Marki. 18. are such asA. tlie word. 20. Lnkeii. 12,13.

24. take heed what ye A. you that A. more gi\en Lideo. 1. pressed on him to A. the word of God 15. multitudes came toiiether to A. and be healed

6. 17. which came to A. him, and to be healed £7. ] sav to voii w hich A. love vour enemies

8. 18. tak"e heed therefore how ye A. whoever hath 21. are these which h. the word and do it, 11. 28.

9. 9. but who is this of w hom 1 A. such things - 15. 1 . then drew near publicans and sinn. to A. him

16. 2. le said, how is it that 1 A. this of thee • 29. they have Moses and proph. let them A. them

18.6. Lord said. A. what the unjust judge saith

19. 48. the people were very attenti\e to A. him

21. '58. came to him in the temple for to /(, Idm John 5 3:. as I A. 1 judge \\ 6. Oi). who can A. it '

7. 51. noth our law judge a man before it A. him

9. 27. wherefore would ye A. it again

10.3. the sheep A. his voice, and hecallefh by name

12. 47. if any man A. my words, and believe nut

14. £4. and the word \iiiich ye A. is not mine Acis^. 8. how A. we every man in our own toiiirue

33. hath shed forth this,"w hicii ve now see amfA.

10. 22. to send for thee, and to A. words of thee 33. to A. all things that are commanded thee

13. 7. and desired to A. the word of God

44. the whole city came together to A. the word

15. 7. Gentiles by my mouth should A. the word

17. 21. either to "tell or to A. some new thing

19. £6. ye A. Paul hath turned away much people ££. 1. A. ye my defence w hich 1 make now to you £4. 4. that tho'u wonkiest A. us of thy clemency £5. ££. Agrippa said, I would A. the man myself £8. 22. but we desire to A. what thou thinkest

1 i'or. 11. 18. 1 A. there be divisions among you Phil.l.^'. or else be absent, 1 may A. of your affairs

2 'Jhcss. i. 11. we A. that some walk discmieilv

1 7';m. 4. 10. shalt save thyself and them that A. fhee £ Tim. 4. 17. and that all'the (ier.filfS iriight A. Jam. 1. 19. let every one he swift to A. slow 10 speak 1 John 5. 15. we know that he A. us. what we ask ojohn 4. than to A. my cidldren walk in truth liev. 1. 3 blessed that A. words of this prophecy

9. 20. which neither can see, nor A. nor walk iSte 1 AH, I'A Its, N'OICJi. lll'.Ai; me. Exod. 6. 12. how then shall Pharaoh A. me? 1 hiugslK. 37. A. me, O Lcuil A. me, that this people 1 ( hron. £8. £. A. 7ne, mv brethren, and my people £ Chron. 13. 4. A. 7)ie, thou Jenihoam, and all Israel

15. £. A. me, Asa |1 £0. 20. and he said, h. me. O

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20. 5. A. me, ve Levites, sanctify now Yourselves ./, b 15. 17. 1 w ill shew thee, A. 'me. 1 w ill de< lare

31. .35. () that one would A. jne, my desire is }'sal. 4. 1. A. me when I call,0 (i.of mv 1 iL'hteousn.

13.3. consider, and A. mc, O Lord mv (.od

17. 0. 1 calle

.38. 10. for I said, A. me, lest they should rejoice .55. 2. attend unto me, and A. me, 1 mourn

00. 5. save with thv ri;;lit hand, and A. ?iie

09. 13. t)God, in the multitude of thv mercy h.me

i'. for I am in trouble, A. me S|iee'di)y, r43. 7. MicT."!. 1 will wait lor (;od, mv Go(i will A. 7Af jlcts £0. 3. wheretore 1 beseech thee to A. me

£9. but also all that A. me, were such as I am 1 Ccr. 14. £1. yet fir all that will Ihev not A. me

HfAK vol, or not III'A'R. Vcut.Q8.iAQ. w hose tom;ue thou shalt not A.

.'io. 17. so thou wilt w<'C A. but worship other gods 1 Sam. 8. 18. the I Old will mt h. \ ou i:i that ilay Job 30. £0. I cry unto thee, and thou dost not A. me'

.35. 13. surely (iod will ?;. f A. vanity, nor regaid it I'sal.CS. 18. 1'f 1 regard iniquity. Lord will wr-r A. me

94.9. he that planted the ear, shall he ?iot h.! Jsa. 1. 15. when make many praveis. 1 will iiot A. ./fr.7.16.| 11.14.1 14.12. /.sf/.8. 18. yJme..5.£3.

,30. 9. children that w ill not A. the law ot the Lord

59. 1. neither his ear heavy that it cannot A. 2. he will ;i()/A.|i 05.12. when I spake ye did wcr A.

f>0. 4. when 1 spake, thev did not A. >fcA. 1. 4. Jfr.5 21.haveearsandA.7icC, l-.ick.V:.".. MarkVi.Xf,.

13. 17. but if ve will not A. 22. 5. Mai. 2. 2.

17. 23. that th"ey mii;ht not A. 19. 15. '/ech.-. 11.

22. £1. I spake, but thou saidst, 1 will u/jt A.

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Van. 5. 23. thou hast praised the gods of silver, which see not, nor A. nor know. Rev. 9 20. Mxc 3. 4. shall cry to lord, but he will not A. them Uab. 1. 2. how long shall 1 crv, and thou w ilt nA A. Mat. 10. 14. not receive you, nor A. vour words 18. U>. If he will not h. thee, tlitn taT;c one or two Luke 10. 31. If they A. not Mosrs and tlie proi)hets Jolin B. 43. e\en because ve cannot h. my word 47. y e therefore A. them not, because not of God

9. £7. he answered, I told vou, and ye did «(7 A 10.8. are robbers, but the sheep did not h. them '

xUts 3. 23. every soul which w ill m-t h. he destroy

1 Cor. 14. 21. yet for all tliat will they n. t h' ly.o ' Gal. 4. 21. ye under the law, do ye nut A. the law

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2 kings 14. 11. Amaziah -.^outdnoi h. 2 r/,'r. £0. "0 18. 12. Israel wiuid not A. .\fA. Q. £Q. Zeoh ' li

I'a. £8. 12. this is tlie refreshing, vet they would art ),'. Jer. 13. 11. imgid be for praise, thev ri. ?/. A "0 19

30. £5. he :. . u.d not A. 1, Zech. 7. 13. I would not X.

1 11. AH Ui'W. or now HKAR. yu?n. 1£. 0. and he said, A. 7io-w my words, 20. 10. 1 .'iam. 22. 7. tlien .'^aul said, A. 7iow, ye 1 eiijaiiutes

12. A. m-.o, thou son of Ahitub, he answered .Tob 13. 0. A. no-w my reasonins, and hearken Prov. 5. 7. A. me now, therefore, O ye children I>a. 7. 13. and he said, A. ye ?;«:;', O house of David 44. 1. yet now A. O Jacob my servant, and Israel 47. 8. A. n,iw, thou that art L-iven to pleasures 51. 21. therefore, A. now this, thou afflicted Jir. 5. £1. theretore, A. 7i„w this. O foolish people £8. 15. A. now llananiah 1 2irfA. 3. 8. A. 71 rj , ( ) Josh. .37. £0. A. now, 1 prav thee, U my lord tlie king Mtc. 6. 3. A. ye now wliat the Lord saith, arise Acts £. :i:s. slied forth this wliich ye Krri see and A. Phil. 1. 30. which ve saw in me, and now A. to be m

■■^',atl IIKAK. F.xod. 15. 14. the people .'hall A. and be afraid, Vevt. 13. U. 117. 13. 119. 20. |£1. 21. ^t««.14. 13. Moses said, then the 1 gvpt. ../,«// A. it iJtut. 1. 17. ye shall A. small as well as great £. £0. who shalt h. rejidit of thee, and sliall tiemble

4. 0. which shall A. all these statutes and say Josh. 7. 9. the inhabitants or tlie land shall A. of it Jndg. 7. 11. and thou shall h. what thev say

£ .Sa7«. 10. £1. Israel shall A. that thou art abhorred

1 hmgs 8. 42. for they shall A. of tliy great name £ Kings 19. 7. and he shall A. a rumour, Isa. .37. 7. Job ££. £7. shalt make praver to him, he shall A. Psal. 34. £. the humble shall A. thereof, and be glad

55. 17. 1 will pray and cry. ami \\t sliall h.ms voice 19. God shall A. anil afilict them, even he'that 92. 11. mine ears shall A. desire of the w icked 141. 0. they shall A. mv words, for they are sweet ha. £9. 18. in that day ",-A«// the deaf A.'the w ords .'io. 19. w hen he shall A. it he w ill answer thee £1. thine ears shall A. a word behind thee Jer. .33. 9. which shall h. all the good that I do lios. 2. 21. and the heaven shall h. the earth ££. the earth shall A. the corn and the wine Mat. 13. 14. by liearing, \o shall h. Acts £8. 20. 18. 15. if he shall A. thee tliOu hast gained th\ 21. 0. ye shall A. of w ars, Mark 13. 7. Luke £1 . 0. John 5. £5. the dead shalt h. voice of the Sonof (lod

10. 13. w hatsoever he shall A. that shall he speak Alts 3. £2. him shall ye h. in all things, 7. .37.

C5. ££. lo-moirow , said he, thou .>A(7// A. him livm. 10. 14. how shall thev A. without a preacher

Uill IIKAK. Ezod. 20. 19. speak with us, we r;i7/A. Viut. 5. 27.

£2. 23. if they crv, 1 ;.(// surelv A. their crv, £7. ^um. 9.8. 1 will'h. what the Lord will command £ ■-•am. 14. 16. king will A. to deliver his handmaid £ Kinos 1'). 4. it mav he thv (>o

2 (Ar. 7. 14. then :nll 1 A. from heaven, Ps. £0. 0. £0. 9. then thou -.nit A. ajid help, Psal. ■?». 15.

I'sal. 4. 3. the LokI will A. I 17. 0. thou wilt A. me 85. 8. 1 -..ill h. what God the Lord will Sjieak 145. 19. he also :.(// A. their cry, and save them Pruv. 1. 5. wise man -.All A. and iiurease learning Isa. 41. 17. the Lord -.ill A. them, and not forsake

05. £4. while they are vet speaking, 1 will h. Jer. 30. 3. it mav he the house of .Uidah -..ill h.

1 -.ck. £.5. whether thev.-.;// A. or forbear, 7. j 3. 11. Ilos. £. £1. 1 r. ;7/A. Ih"e heavejis, thev the earth J;;c. 7. 7. 1 will wait hr(>od,my t'.oil r, ;// A. me yech. 10. 0. 1 am theu" God and -.;;// A. them. 13. 9. Alts 17. 3£. vvwill h. thee aiiaui of this matter '.J. ■-£. for they :. ;// A. that thou alt come £.'i. .'i.'i. I ;. ;// /;. thee, when thv accusers are conic £8. £8. saUatioJi is sent lo the Gentiles, they :;i7/A. IILAK the word ofthe Lord. '

1 Kinqs 22. 19. A. theiefore 'the uord of the Lord,

2 Chr. 18. 18. Jer. 29. 20. 1 42. 15. '.Imos 7. 10.

2 Kings 7. 1. then Llisha said A. ve the -..ord ot' thi

Lor.l. Jer. r, . 20. I £1. II. 20. 10. Isaiah said to Ilezekiah. A. word ^f l.oid. all in thv house he carried to I'abvlon, />.;. .39. 5. Isa. 1. 16. h. word of the Lord, ve rulers of .--odom £8. 14. A. tlie word of the Lord, ve s.ointui men ('.0. 5. A. word of Lord, ve that lr<-mble at his word Jer. 2. 4. A. word of Lord. O house of Jacob. 10. 1, 7. 2. A. the word of the Loid. all ve of .ludah

9. 20. \Hh.thc n'ord of the Lord. O ve women

10. 3. 'h. word of Lord, () kings of Judah. £2. 2. ££. £9. O earth, earth, A. the word of the I A

31. 10. A. the word of the Lord, () ve nations

.34. 4. yet A. word of Lord. (> /edekiah kingof Jud. 44. 24. A. the word of the J oid. all .ludah, 20.

L:ck. 6. 3. ye moiiulains of Israel, h. the word oj the Lord', 1 will biiima sword on you, ,36. 1, 4. 13. 2. sav to prophets A. ve the icord of the Lord 10. .'15. w"heretore. O liarlot, A. the word of the LA>rd £0. 47. forest of the south, A. the word of the Lord £5. .'i. sav to Anuiionites. A. the word ol the Lord 31. 7. ye' shepherds, A. the word if the 'Lord, 9. .37. 4. say. O ye dry bones, A. the wordof the Lord

Ilos. 4. l.'A. word ofthe Lvrd,ye cbildrrii of Israei

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Amos'!. 16. Amaziah, A. thou tht word of the Lord

HEARD. Gen. 16. 11. because the I.ord hath A. thy affliction

21. 26. neither yet h. 1 of it, but to-day

5W. 33. because the Lord hath h. tliat 1 was hated

45. 2. .loseph wept aloud, and the Kgyptians h. JLxod. 2. 24. God A. their groaning, andremeinbered

16. y. for he hath A. your niurmurinas

23. 13. neither let it be A. out of thy mouth

28. 35. his sound shall be A. when he goeth in and S3. 4. when the people A. these evil tidings

J..ev. 24. 14. let all that A. him lay their hands Hum. 11. 1. the people complained, the Lord A. it 12.2. Miriam spake against ,Moses, the Lord A. it

14. 14. they have A. thou art among this people 15. the nations which have A. the fame of thee

3U. 7. held his peace at her the day he A. it, 14. Josh.

23. 11. will Saul come, as thy servant hath A. ?

1 Kings 1. U. hast not A. that Adonijah doth reign 6. 7. nor was any tool of iron A. in the house

10. 7. the half not told me, thy wisdom and prospe- rity exceedeth the fame which 1 A. 2 Chr. 9. 6.

2 Kings 19. 25. hast thou not A. long ago, Isa. 37. 26. 2 Chr. 5. 13. make one sound to be A. in praising

.33. 13. he was entreated and A. his supplications Hzra 3. 13. people shouted, the noise was A. afar A'eA. 12. 43. the joy of Jerusalem A. even afar off Job 15. 8. hast thou A. the secret of God r

19. 7. 1 cry out of wrong, but 1 am not A.

26. 14. but how little a portion is A. of him

29. 11. when the ear A. me, then it blessed me P>at. 6. 9. the Lord hath A. my supplication

10. 17. thou hast A. the desire of the humble

22. 21. save me, for thou hast A. me from the horns 24. but when he cried he A. 34. 6. 1 40. 1. | 120. 1.

.34. 4. 1 sought the Lord, and he A. me, and deliv. 38. 13. but 1 as a deaf man A. not, I was dumb 61. 5. thou, O G. hast A. my vows, thou hast given 66. 19. verily God hath A. me, he hath attended 70. 8. cause judgment to be A. from heaven 78. 21. therefore the Lord A. this and was wroth 59. when God A. this, was wroth, and abhorred 81. 5. where 1 A. a language that 1 understood not 97. 8. Zion A. and was glad, and Judah rejoiced 106. 44. he regarded their affliction, when he A. 118. 21. for thou hast A. me, and art my salvation 132. 6. lo, we A. of it at Ephratah, we found it

Prov. 21. 13. he shall cry himself, but not be A.

Isa. 10. 30. cause it to be A. unto Laish, O Anathoth 40. 21. have ye not A. .' hatli it not been told you .' 28. hast thou not A. everlasting God fainteth not ? 48. 6. tliou hast A. see all this, will not ye declare ? 52. 15. which they had not A. shall they consi ler 6j. 18. violence shall no more be A. in thy land t)4. 4. men have not A. what he hath prepared

65. 19. the voice of weeping shall be no more A.

66. 8. who hath A. such a thing, who hath seen ? 19. to the isles afar off, that have not A. my fame

Jer. 4. 19. because thou hast A. sound of trumpet

6. 7. she casteth out wickedness, spoil is A. in her

7. 13. 1 spake unto you, rising early, but ye A. not

8. 6. I hearkened and A. but they spake not aright

18. 13. ask the heathen, who hath A. such things 22. let cry be A. from houses when shalt bring

25. 36. an howling of the flock shall be A.

26. 11. for he hath prophesied as ye have A.

34. 10. A. every one should let his man servant go

35. 17. 1 have spoken, but they have not A.

46. 12. the nations have A. of thy shame

50. 46. and the cry is A. among the nations

51. 46. a rumour that shall be A. in the land Lam. 1 21. they have A. that I sigh, there is none

3. 61. thou hast A. their reproach, O Lord Eiek. 19. 4. the nations A. of him, he was taken

26. 13. the sound of thy harps shall be no more A.

33. 5. he A. the sound of the trumpet, and took Dan. 12. 8. and I A. but I understood not Hos. 7. 12. chastise them, as their congrega. hath A. Jonah 1. 2. 1 cried unto the Lord, and he A. me Mic. 5. 15. in fury, such as they have not A. Hab, 3. 16. when I A. my belly trembled Mai. 3. 16. and the Lord hearkened and A. it Mai. 5. 21. ye have A. it was said, 27, 33, .38, 43.

6. 7- they shall be A. for their much speaking

13. 17. ye hear, and have not A. them, Luke 10. 24.

15. 12. were offended after they A. this saying 22. 7. when the king A. thereof, he was wroth 26. 65. ye have A. his blasphemy, Mark 14. 64.

Mark 4. 15. but when they have A. Satan cometh

14. 11. and when they A. it they were glad Luke 1. 13. fearnot, thy prayer is A. Acts 10. 31.

12. 3. what ye have spoken, shall be A. in the light 20. 16. when they A. it, they said, God forbid

John 3. 32. what he hath A. that he testifieth 6. 45. every man that hath A. of tlie Father

8. 6. wrote on the ground, as tho' he A. them not

9. 32. since the world began was it not A.

11. 41. Father, I thank thee that thou hast A. me 18. 21. ask them which A. me, what I have said 21. 7. when Simon Peter A. that it was the Lord

Acts 1. 4. wait for the promise ye have A. of me 2. 37. when they A. this, they were pricked in heart

4. 4. many of them which A. the word believed

5. 5. fear came on all them that A. these things

13. 48. when the Gentiles A. this they were glad

14. 9. the same A. Paul speak, who beholding

16. 14. a woman which worshipped God, A. us 25. san" praises to God, and the prisoners A. them

19. 5. when they A. this, they were baptized

22. 15. shalt witness of what thou hast seen and A.

24. 24. A. him concerning the faith in Christ liom. 10. 14. in him of whom they have not A.

18. but 1 say, have they not A. .' yes, verily

15. 21. they that have not A. shall understand 1 Cur. 2. 9. eye hath not seen, nor ear A. neither Gal. 1. 13. for ye have A. of my conversation

t'pA. 1.13. after that ye A. the word of truth

15. after 1 A. of your faith in the Lord Jesus 4. 21. if so be ye have A. him and been taught PAiV. 2. 26. that ye had A. that he had beec sick 220

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Phil. 4. 9. those things ye have A. and seen in me, do Col. 1. 4. since we A. of your faith in Christ

6. since day ye A. of it, and knew the grace of G.

9. since day we A. it, do not ceiise to pray for you 2 Tim. 2. 2. things thou hast A. of me, commit to Heb. 2. 3. was confirmed to us by them that A. him

3. 16. for some when they had A. did provoke

4. 2. not being mixed with faith in them that A. 5.7.offer.up prayeis, and waSA. in that he feared

Jam. 5. 11. ye have A. of the patience of Job 1 John 2. 18. ye A. that antichrist shall come, 4. 3. 24. have A. from the beginning, 3. 11. 2 John 6. Rev. 3. 3. remember therefore how thou hast A.

5. 13. and all that are in them A. I, saying

7. 4. I A. the number of them which were sealed 9. 16. and 1 A. the number of the horsemen 16. 5. and I A. the angel of the waters say 18. 22. the voice of trumpeters shall be A. no more

23. the voice of bride shall be A. no more in thee 22. 8. 1 saw these things, and A. them, when 1 A.

I have HEAKD. Gen. 17. 20. and as for Ishmael I have A. thee

41. 15. I have dreamed a dream, / have A. say of thee thou canst intcrp. dreams, Dan. 5. 14, 16.

42. 2. / have A. that there is com in Egypt hxod. 3. 7- 1 have A. their cry || 6. 5. Ih. h. groaning

16. 12. I have A. the murmuring. Num. 14. 27. Deut. 6. 28. / have A. the voice of your words 1 Sam. 25. 7- now / have h. that thou hast shearers

1 Kings 2. 42. the word that I have A. is good

9. 3. / have A. thy prayer tliou hast made before me, 2 Kings 20. 5. 2 Chron. 7. 12. Isa. 38. 5.

2 Kings 19. 20. that which thou hast prayed /. A. A. 22. 19. J also have A. thee, saith L. 2 CAr. M. 27.

Job 16.2. 1 have A. many such things, miserable com.

20. 3. / have A. the check of my reproach

42. 5. I have A. of thee by the hearing of the ear Psal. 31. 13. for / have A. the slander of many

62. 11. twice / have A. this, power belongeth to G. Isa. 21. 10. that which I have A. of Lord of hosts

28. 22. I have h. from the Lord a consumption

49. 8. in an acceptable time have I A. 2 Cor. 6. 2. Jer. 23. 25. / have A. what the prophets said

31. 18. I have h. Ephraim bemoaning himself thus

42. 4. 1 have A. you, behold, 1 will pray unto the L.

49. 14. 1 have A. a rumour from the Lord Kzek. 35. 12. know I have A. all thy blasphemies Hos. 14. 8. / have A. him and observed him Hab. 3. 2. O L. Ihave A. thy speech, and was afraid Zeph. 2. 8. I have A. the reproach of Moab John 8. 26. 1 speak those things 1 have A. of him 40. told you V.e truth, which I have A. of God

15. 15. all things that 1 have A. of my Father Acts 7. 34. / have A. their groaning, and am come

9. 13. Ixjrd / have A. by many of this man, how

HEARD, joined with voice. Gen. 3. 8. they A. voice of the L. walking in garden

10. 1 A. thy voice, and was afraid, because naked

21. 17. God A. the voice of the lad, the angel called 30. 6. God hath A. my voice, and given me a son 39. 15. when he A. that I lifted up my voice

A'kot. 7. 89. then he A. the voice of one speaking 20. 16. we cried, he A. our voice, 2cad sent an angel Deut. 1. 34. the Lord A. the voice of your words

4. 12. saw no similitude, only he A. a voice

33. hear v. of God as thou hast A. and live, 5. 26.

5. 23. ye A. the voice out of the midst of darkness

24. we have A. his voice outof the midst of the fire 28. and the Lord A. the voice of your words

26. 7. we cried, the Lord A. our voice, and looked Judg. 18. 25. let not thy voice be A. among us

1 Sam. 1. 13. her lips moved, her voice was not A.

1 Kings I7. 22. the Lord A. the voice of Elijah

2 Chron. .30. 27. their voice was A. prayer came up Job 4. 16. tliere was silence, I A. a voice, saying

33. 8. 1 have A. the voice of thy words, saying 37. 4. he will not stay them when nis voice is A. Psal. 3. 4. I cried to the L. with my voice, he A. me

6. 8. the Lord hath A. the voice of my weeping

18. 6. 1 called, he A. my voice out of his temple

19. 3. there is no speech where tlieir poice is not A.

28. 6. because he hath A. tlie voice of my supplica. 66. 8. and make the voice of his praise to be A. 116. 1. 1 love the Lord, because he hath A. my voice

Cant. 2. 12. the voice of the turtle is A. in our land Isa. 6. 8. also I A. the voice of the Lord, saying 15. 4. their voice shall be A. even unto Jaha2 30. .TO. Lord shall cause his glorious voice to be A. 42. 2. nor cause his voice to be A. in the street 58. 4. not fast, to make your voice be A. on high 65. 19. voice of weeping shall no more be A. in her Jer. 3. 21. a voice was A. upon the high places 4. 31. I have A. a voice as of a wom:ui in travail

9. 19. for a voice of wailing is A. out of Zion

30. 5. we have A. a voice of trembling, of fear

31. 15. a voice was A. in Ramah, Mat. 2. 18. Lam. 3.56. thou hast A. my voice, hide not thine ear Ltek. 1. 28. and 1 A. a voice of one that spake

3. 12. I A. behind me a voice of great rushing 19. 9. that his voice should no more be A.

27. 30. and shall cause their voice to be A. ag. thee Dan. 8. 16. 1 A. a man's voice between the banks

10. 9. yet A. I the voice of his words, when 1 A. Nah. 2. 13. voice of thy messengers no more be A. John 5. 37. ye have neither A. his voice at any time Acts 9.4. A. a voice, saying, Saul, Saul, 22.7. 1 26.14.

11.7. 1 A. a :>oice saying tome, arise, slay and eat

22. 9. they A. not the voice of him that spake Heb. 12. 19. which voice they that A. entreated

2 Pet. 1. 18. the voice which came from heaven we A. Rev. 1. 10. I A. a great voice, 16. 1. 1 19. 1. 1 21. 3.

4. 1 . the first roice 1 A. was asit wereof atrumpet

5. 11. I beheld, and A. the Doiceof many angels

6. 6. I A. a voice in the midst of the four beasts

7. 1 A. a voice of the fourth beast say, come and see 9. 13. 1 A. a voice irom the four horns of the altar 10. 4. 1 A. a ivice from licaven, 8. 1 14. 2, 13. 1 18. 4. 12. 10. and I A. a loud voice, saying in heaven

14. 2. I A. the voice of harpers harping with harps 19. 6. 1 A. as it were the voice of a great multitude

Jf> have HEARD. Josh. 2. 10. ae have A. how the Lord dried Red sea

HEA

Josh. 2. 11 . soon as ne had A. these things hearts melt 9. 9. ve have h. the fame of him, and all he did

2 Sam. 7. 22. there is none like thee according to all we have A. with our ears, 1 CAr. 17. 20.

1 Kings 20. 31. uie have A. kingsof Isr. are merciful

Job 28. 22. ac have A. the fame thereof, Jer. 6. 24.

Psal. 44. 1. ae have A, with our ears, our fathers told 48. 8. as tee have h, so have we seen in city of I.ord 78. 3. dark sayings which ue have A. and known

Isa. 16. 6. Ke have A. of pride of Moab, Jer. 48. 29. 24. 16. ae have A. songs, glory to the righteous

Jer. 30. 5. ae have A. a voice of trembling, of fear 51.51. confounded, because we have A. reproach

Obad. 1. ae have A. a rumour from the I.ord

Zech. 8. 23. for we have A. that God is with you

Alark 14. 58. we have A. him say, 1 will destroy

Luke 4. 23. whatever ae have A. done in Capernaum 22. 71. we ourselves have A. of his own niouth

John 4. 42. we believe, we have A. him oiirselve.t 12. 34. we have A. out of the law that Christ abideth

Acts 4. 20. we cannot but speak things we have A 6. 11. we have h. him speak blasphemous words 14. wehave h. him say, this Jesus shall destroy 15. 24. we haveh. that certain have troubled you VJ.^.ae havenoth. whether there be any Holy (ih.

Heb. 2. 1. to give heed to things which wehave A.

1 John 1. 1. that w hich ae have A. and seen, 3. 5. this is the message which we have A. of him HEAKD, joined with word or words.

Gen.Zi. 30. and when he A. the words of Kehekah 52. when Abraham's servant A. their words 27. 34. and when Esau A. the words of his father 31. 1. Jacob A. the aiurrfj- of Laban's sons, saying .39. 19. when his master A. the words of his wife

Num. 24. 4. he hath said, which A. viordsofGoA, 16.

Josh. 22. 30. when heads of Isr. A. words of Reubeo

24. 27. for it hath A. all the aordsof the Lord Jvdg. 9. 30. when Zebul A. the words of Gaal

1 Sam. 8. 21. .Samuel A. all the words of the people 17. 11. Saul and Israel A. Goliath's aords

23. accord, to the same words, and David A. them 31. when the words were A. which David spake

1 h ings 2. 42. the word that I have A. is good

5. 7. when Hiram A. Solomon's words he rejoiced 21. 27. when AhabA. those words, rent his clothes

2 Kirigs 6. 30. when the king A. words of the woman 19. 6. be not atraid of words thou hast A. Isa. 37. 6.

22. 11. when the king had A. the words of book of law, he rent his clothes, 18. 2 CAr. 34. ig.

2 Chron. 15. 8. Asa A. these words, he took courage Neh. 1. 4. A. these words, I sat down and wept 5. 6. and 1 was angfry when I A. these aordi 8. 9. the people wept, when they A. words of the lav Job 33. 8. 1 have A. the voice of thy words, saying Eccl. 9. 16. the poor man's words are not A. 17. the words of wise men are A. in quiet Isa. 37. 4. will reprove the aoriij which God hath A. Jer. 23. 18. hath perceived, marked, and A. his aord

25. 8. therefore because ye have not A. my wordt

26. 12. against this city all the words ye have A. 21. when the king and all the princes A. his wordt

36. 13. declared unto them all the words he had A.

24. they were not afraid that A. those words 38. 1. Pashur A. the aiorrf* Jeremiah had spoken

i>on.6.14. when Darius A.these words was displeased 10. 12. thy words were A. I am come for thy words Mat. 22. 22. when they A.these words they marvelled Marks. 36. as soon as Jesus A. tlie word spoken Luke 10. 39. Mary sat at J esus' feet, and A. his aord Ads 10. 44. Holy Ghost fell on them who A. word 2 Cor. 12. 4. caught up, and A. unspeakable itoriir Lph. 1. 13. after that ye A. the aorrf of truth Col. 1. 5. whereof ye A. in the word of the gospel

1 Thess. 2. 13. received the aord which ye A. of us

2 7'iOT. 1. 13. holdfast form of sound w. hastA.of me Hei. 12. 19. they that A. entreateth that the aord

1 John 2. 7. the aord ye have A. from the beginuinz

HL'AltDEST. *

Devt. 4. 36. and thou A. his words out of the fire Josh. 14. 12. for thou A. in that day how Anakims

2 Kings 22. 19. when thou A. what 1 spake against

this place, hast rent thy clothes, 2 Chr. .34. 27. Neh. 9. 9. and thou A. their cry by the Red sea

27. they cried, thou A. them from heaven, 28. Psal. 31. 22. thou A. the voice of my supplications ' 119. 26. 1 have declaied my ways, and thou A. me Isa. 48. 7. before the day when thou A. them not

8. yea, thou A. not, yea, thou knewest not Jonah 2. 2. out of belly of hell I cried, thou A.

HEARER. Jam. 1.23. if any be a A. of the word, and not a doer

25. he being not a forgetful A. but doer of work

HEARERS. Rom. 2. 13. not the A. of the law are justified Eph. 4. 29. that it may minister grace unto the A. 2 Tim. 2. 14. but to the subverting of the A. Jam. 1. 22. be doers of the word, and not A. only

HEA REST. Ruth 2.8. Boaz to Ruth, A. thou not, my daughter

1 Sam. 24. 9. wherefore A. ttiou men's words '

2 Sam. 5. 24. when A. sound in the mulberry-trees 1 Kings 8. 30. when thou A. forgive, 2 Chron. 6. 21. Psal. 22. 2. I cry in the day-time, but thou A. not

65. 2. thou that A. prayer, unto thee all flesh come Mat. 21. 16. said unto him, A. thou what these say ?

27. 13. A. thou not how many things they witness Johns. 8. wind bloweth, and thou A. the sound

11. 42. and 1 knew that tliou A. me always

HEARETIL Exod. 16. 7. for that he A. your murmurings, 8. Num. .30. 5. if father disallow her in day that he A. Deut. 29. 19. when he A. the words of this curse

1 Sam. 3. 9. siieak. Lord, for thy servant A. 10. 11. I will do a thing at which ears of every one

that A. shall tingle, 2 Kings 21. 12. Jer. 19. .3.

2 .%j'n.l7.9.whosoever A. it will say .there is aslaugh. Job 34. 28. and he A. the cry of the afilicted

Psal. 34. 17. the righteous cry, and the Lord A. 38. 14. thus 1 was as a man that A. not 69. 33. L

Prov. 8. .34. blessed is the man that A. me, watdiiug 13. 1. a wise son A. his fatlier's instruction

HE A

Prov. 13. 8. ransom his riches, but poor A. not rebuke

15 CU. but he /i. the prayer of the righteous .)!. the ear that /i. the reproof ot Lite. .'i','. 18. 13. he that auswereth a matter before he h. it 21. S8. buttliem^n that h. speaketh constantly C5. lo. lest he that /i. it put thee to slianie 29. 24. he A. cursing, and bewra\ eth it not

J.>a. 41. 211. yea, tliere is none that /;. your Mords 42. 20. opening the eais, but he A. not

i:zet. 3. 27. thou shall say, he that /i. let him hear 3:i. 4. whosoever /i. the sound ot tb.e trumpet

Mat. 7 .24. « hoso h. these sayings, 2o. Liii< 0. 47, 49. 13. 19. when anv one A. the word ot the kiniidom 20. the same is" he that A. the word. CC. 2.i.

Lule 10. lb. he that /:. you A. me, and tiiat despisoth

Jd/iii 3. 29. w ho standeih and h. him rejoice th ;;rt-atly 5. 24. he that h. mv word, and lielieveth on him

8. 47. he that is ot'Ciod A. (iod's words

9. 31. ('od A. not sinners, but it any man bv a wor-

shipper of ticid, and doetli his will, him he A. 18. .37. every one that is ol the truth, A. my voice £ Cor. 12. O.'think of me above tliat he A. of me

1 Jp/in 4. 5. are of the workl. and the wc rid A. them

6. we are of God, he that kiiowetl; Cod A. us 5. 14. if we ask acconling to his w ill, he A. us

J\t:;. 22. 17. and let him that-A. say, come 18. for 1 testify to everv man that A. the w ords llE.AklNG.

Gen. 29. + 13. when Lahan heard the /(. of .lacob + 33. she called his name >imeon. that is, k.

Devt. 31. 11. Shalt read this law to Israel in their A.

2 &im. 18. 12. for in our A. the kim; cl-.arged Ilue 2 A m(7j 4. 31. but there was neitlier voice nor A. jVt-A. 8. t2. the law before all that understood in A. J«/> 33. 8. surely thou hast spoken in my A.

.37. t 2. hear in A. the noise of his voice and sound 42. 5. 1 have heani of thee bv the A. of the ear Psal. 18. t 44. at the A. of tlie ear they will obey Jsa. 6. t 9. Iiear >e in A. but understand not 11. 3. nor reprove after the A. ot kis ears 21. 3. 1 was bowed down at the A. of it 28. + 9. whom shall he irake to understand the fi.?

33. 15. he that stoppeth his ears tiom A. ot Mood 63. * 1. who hath believed our A. .' Horn. In. < 10.

Izek. 9. 5. to others he said in my A. go after him

10. 13. it was cried unto thtm in my A, i> wheel 16. + j6. thy sister Sodom was not fur'/;, in the day

jimos 8. 11. a famine of A. the word of the Lord llah. 3. * 2. O l.d. 1 have heard thy A. 1 was afraid jilts 25. 21. to be reserved to the A. of Au::ustus

23. Agrippa was entered into the place (Tr A. Honi. lu. 17. faith cometli bv A. and h. bv w ord of G. 1 CVr. 12. 17. where were "the /i. .' if whole were A. Gal. 3. 2. tlie works of law, or by the A. of laith. 5. Jlei.5. ll.many thint;sharrl. seeing ve are dull of A.

llKAKINti. " ] /v(«(7.c3. + o. sive thy servant an A. heart to judge J'ri'z. 20. 12. the A. ear, the Lord liath made C8. 9. thatturnetli awav the ear fiom A. t-lie law >,fi7. 1. 8. nor is the ear hlle

14. by A. ye shall hear, and siiall not im<1erstand

15. their ears dull or A. .iitf 28. 27. IJid. 5. 11. Hark 6. 2. many A. him were astonished, saying Xwiif 2. 46. both A. them and asking them qut"stioHS j-Jctx 5. o. Ananias A. these words tell di'wn

8. 6. A. and seeins; the miracles which he nid

9. 7- the men stood, /:. a V( ice, but seeing.' no man 18. 8. many of the Corinthians A. believed

yiiiL-m. 5. A. of tliy love and taith tow aid I d. .lesus S Pet. 2.8. Lot iu seeing and A. ve.\ed his righteous

ilKAKM N. I'.ioii. 6. .30. behold, how shall Pharaoh A. to me .= Deut.'.l'Z. lfyeA.tothesejuds;ments,and kee|)tliem

11. 13. if ye will A. liiliiienllv to mv coir.n;an

28. !3. it thou A. to commandments, 1 A ;«(;.. 1 1 . ,38. Joih. 1. 17. as to .MoseS.so will we A. unto thee

1 -^am. 15. 22. and to A. than the fat of rams .30.24. for who will A. to you in this matter ? 1 A («(7>8.C8. have thou respect to 4. to cry and praver

2y. may est A. to the praver. 52. 2 C A;e?i.6. lo.'co. JVVA. 13. 27. shall we A. then to you to do all this : Psal.m.ti. Israel, if thou wilt A. unto me Pah. 29. 12. if a ruler A. to lies, servants are wicked /•n. .32. 3. and the ears of them that hear shall A. 42. 23. who will A. and hear f

5. to A. to the prophets whom I sent unto \ ou

29. 12. ye shall pray to me, and I w ill A. un'io vou .35. 13. w ill ye not receive instruction to A. to w ords

Zith.-. 11. huttliey refused to A. stopped their ears W 4. 19. to A. unto vou more than unto (mmI

12. 13. as Peter knocked, a damsel came to A.

IIKAKM.N, hn,„,atiidi/. Gen. 4. 2:5. ye w ives of I,amech, A. to mv speech

23. 15. my lord, A. tome 1,49.2. A. to Isr. \ bur lather AKm.23. 18. rise up, A. unto me, thou sonof Zippoi Ihvt. 4. 1. A. O Israel, to the statutes 1 teach \ ou

27.9. take heed, and A. () Israel, thisdav tliou'art Jvdij. 9. 7- he crieil, h. tome, \e men of Shechein

1 Ktu!i.< 8. .30. A. to the supplications, 2 Vlir. (,. 21 22.28. he said, A. O peo|.le, e^eiy one of you

2 Vhron. 18. 27. and he said, A. idl ve people

20. 15. A. ye, ail .Uidah, and ye inhabitants of .leru. Jah 13. 6. anil A. to the pleadings of mv lips 32, 10. A. to me, 33. 31. li .33. 1. A. to afl mv words

34. 10. A. unto me, ye men of understanding 34. let a wise man A. |i .37. 14. A. to tliis, O .lob

Pial. 34. 11. A. 1 will teach you li45. 10. It. O daught. Prw. 7. 24. A. to me, therefore, () children, 8. .32. lia. 28. 23. hear my voi( e, A. and hear my speech 34. 1. come near, ye nations, A. ve people, 40. 1. 46. 3. A. to me, C house of .lac ob. 48. 12. //cc 5. 1. 12. h. to me, stout hearted, are far from ri:;hleuus. 51. 1. A. to me, ye that follow after riiihteousness 4. A. unto me, my people, give ear, () my nation

7. A. to me, ye that know righteousness

55. 2. A. diligently unto me, eat that w hich is good Jtr, 6. 17. .sayinu, A, to tlie sound of the trumpet

HEA

Pan.O- 10.0 T ord, A. and do ; defer not, O my God Mn. 1. 2. A. O earth, and all that therein is Mark 7. 14. he said, A. tome, every one of you Act^ 2. 14. ye men of .ludah, A. to m> wt)rcis

7. 2. he said, men, brethren, and fathers, A.

15. 13. savim;, men and bielhreii, A. tome Jam. 2. 5. A. my beloved brethren, hatli not God

hearken";;, ^ or iiv't HEARKEN'. Gen. .34. 17. if ve will not A. to be circumcised hiod. 7. 4. Pha'raoh shall nvt A. to you, 22. | 11. 9. Lei . 26. 14. but if ve will tun A. lo me, 18, 21, 27. Ihnt. 13. 3. thi.u siialt not h. to that dreamer 8. not A. unto him, nor sliall thine eye pitv him

17. 12. the man tliat will wt A. 10 the pries't

18. 19. that whosoever will not A. to loy words 21. 18. when chastened, he will not A. to them

23. 5. Lord would not A. to I alaam, Joih. 21. 10. Jc.'A. 1. 18. and will not h. to thy woicls in all Jndg. 2. 17. vet they would not A. to their judges

11. 17. the king 01 I'dom would not It. thereto

19. 25. the men of tiilieah would not h. to him

20. 13. the children of (' enjair.in would not A.

1 hmji 20. 8. elders said. A. not to him, nor consent

2 Kinus 17.40. (lid Ac;/ A. butoid after theirniaimer 18. 31. A. not to llezekiah, Is.i. .36. 16.

2 ( Ar. 10. 16. king lieholioam would !i<'? A.to them .3.1. in. and the I. ord spake, but thev would not li.

,/.■/- 33. 33. if Hc; A. hold thy peace, 1 shall ttacli thee P>al. 5S>. 5. w ho will not A. to the voice of charmers 81. 11. but my [leople would not A. to my voice

Jtr.O. 10. their ear is uncircuiiicised, thev cannot h

17. but they Said, we will not A. 41. Iti. 7. 27. tl;ou slialt speak, they will not It. unto thee

11. II. tl;o' they cry to me, I will not It. to them

16. 12. alter evil l-.eart, that they may not h. to me

17. 27- if ye will not It. to me, 26. 4. Ezik. 20. 3i». '.;;. 16. A. not to prophets, 2i. 9, 14, 16,17. I 29.8] ;«'.. 15. if 1 give counsel, wilt thou not It. to mer

i.-.ik. 3. 7. -not li. to thee, tor they w ill jiot It. to me 2ii. 8. they rebelled, and wouhi not It. unto me

llos. 9. 17. because thev did «. t A. to him, Zech. 1. 4. HE.A'RKEM-.I).

Gen. 23. 16. Abraham A. to Ephron, and weiizhed .so. 17. t;od It. to Leah h 22. Gcxl A. to Rachel .34. 24. to Hamor A. all that went out of the gate 39. 10. that .loseph A. not to her, to lie bv her

Lxod. 6. 9. but they A. not to ."\l0se5, 16. 20.

12. the children of Israel have not A. tome 7. 13. Pharaoh A. not to them, 8. 15, 19. I 9. 12.

Vttit. 9. 19. Lord A. to me at that time, 10. lu.

18. 14. these nations It. to observers of times 34.9- Israel A. to .loshua as to Moses, Josh. 1. 17.

Jvdg. 11 . 28. king of Ammonites It. not to .lephthah 1 Vj.v(. 28. 21. the woman of Endor A. to Saul's words

1 Kinm 12. 15. kins A. not to people, 16.2 (Jhr. lo. 15.

24. they A. therefore to the word ot the Lord

15. 20. Bti) haclad A. to king Asa, 2 Citron. 16. 4.

2 Kings 13.4. and the Lord A. to .lehoahaz

16. 9. the king of Assyria It. to Asa

20. 13. Ilezekiah A.to the messeULjers from Babylon

21. 9. Judah A. not toth.e law, Manasseh sedu'ced

22. 13. our fathers A. not to the words of the be ok 2 ( Ar. 24. 17. then .loash It. to the princes of .ludah

25. 16. Amaziah A. not to the prophet's counsel .30. 20. Lord A. to Ilezekiah, and fiealecl the people .35. 22. .losiah A. not to Pharaoh-necho J\cA. 9. 16. our fathers dealt proudly, and A. not to thy commandments. 29, .34. Jcr. 34. 14. I.stli. 3. 4. now when Mordecai A. not to them l',al. 81. 13. O that my people had A, tome ]ta. 21. 7- and he A. dili;;ently with nmch heed 48. 18. C that thou hadst A.tomv con.mandments Jtr, 6. 19. thev have not A. to"mv word. '. 24. 26. 1 25. .3", 4. 7. I 26. 5. I 29. 19. 1 32. 33. j 34. 17. I. -''5. 14, 15, 16. I 36. 31. |44.5. .37. 14. Irijah, It. not to .leremiah. so he took liim I ztk. 3. 6. had 1 sent, they would ha%eA. to thee I'att. 9. 6. neither have we It. to thy servants Mai. 3. 16. the ] ord A. and heard ir. Jir. 8. 6. .y((j27.21. Paulsaid.sirs, ye should have A. to me Ste Voicf:. HEARKEN ED.'- 1'. Vtut. 28. 45. because thou h. not to voice of the L.

HEARKEN El II. J'rov. 1. 33. but who^oA. to me shall dwell safely

12. 15. hut he that It. to counsel is wise

HEARKENING.

P.'ff/. 103. 20. ye amjels It. to the voice of his word IlEAKT.

7'Ac TIehrews look upon tlie heart as tlie source of ,-./(, loidir.'tundini/, loie, conratje, griij, and idea- sure. Hence are deriied tnanij -.cays of .ypealinir. An honest and good heart ; that is, a hi art stu- dious of hidint.ts, hiing I'repartd l>!/ the .^iunt of (.od, to entertain the iiord uiflidne affections, dis- positions, and rt.'oliiiions. I.ukeB. 15. (I i read of a broken heart, a clean heart, an evil heart, a har- dened heart, a libeial heart, « heart that does an act ol kindne.'Sjrei lij, lo/nntanlp, uith in nerosit!/. lo incline the heart to Cod; to hesi'ich htm to chan-efmr stony hearts into hearts 01 titsh ; to love with all one's heart, \c. lo turn the heart of the fathers to the children, and the heart ot the chil- dren to their fathers, Mai. 4. 6. that is. lo cause thorn to he perfect li/ reconciled, and that tlui/ >lh II Id he of the same mind. Let no man's heart fall ; let no man he discouraged, \ ."-am. 17. .32.

To want heart, sometimes di notes to uant iinder- standing and prvdfnce. llos. 7. 11. 1 phraim is like a silly dove, w ithocd heart ; they call to 1 m/t t. they io to .l>>!/ria. 'I lilt/ have no jndipment or un- der. \tandinij of the riyht -.cay, 10 free thcm>eliCsfrom their tronhlis,uliich is seen tn their seeking to Igy pt and Assyria. () tools and slow of heart, ignorant w<« uithiiit insight and vnderstandinii, Lukt 24.

25. '1 his people's heart is waxed gross , lest they should imdt rstand with their heart. Mat. 13. 15. 'J'heir heart is stiipifiid. so as to he destitute of understanding ; they resist the light, and riject all inprc'^ionsoftnith. '1 he propi\ets |-iophesy out ol their own hearts, i'ltX". 13. 2. J hey pro-

H EA

phesy according to their oicn inclinaticns a^id affec- tions, and -..hat tluir oan ima;nnati.ius svgiiest to them, utthoui any -^uriant Jrom (_„d. io lay any thing to heai"t, to set one's heart on any thin:,' ; that is, to lememher it, to apply oneself to tt, to haie it at heart. No man layethittoheart,

^ no one loncerm himself iihovt it. .)er. 12. 11.

Tht heart dilates uith joy, contracts uith sadness, breaks icith sorro:c, gio:cs jat, and hardens in prv.'periiy ; it resists irvlli ; Cod opens it, pre- pares and tarn.' it as he pleases. '1 o steal one's heai t IS an expression tn (leu. 31. t 20. Jacoh stole away the heart of l.ahan ; that is, he -.cent lacoy uithoiit his kno:, lediie and consent. 1 he heart melts, under disconragtmeni ; the heart torsakes one, under terror ; the heart is desolate, tnuma--emint ; the heart is liuctuatiUL:, in douh. I o speak to one's heait, to c. mfort htm, to say pleating and a,pecting things to t'nm.

liy the iieart like:, ise the middle of any thing is meant: 'Ij,Te is in the heart of the seas, in the mid.i of the sea.^, I zek.'.7. 4. We will not fear, tl.Oc;gh the mountains be carried into the heart, or midst of the sea, /'.,«/. 46. 2. As Jona.x was three davs and three niuhts in the whale's belU ; so sl:all the Son ot man he three days and three nights in the heart of the earth, tn the oruie, Mat. 12. 40.

Gen. 31 + 20. .lacob stole away the A. of Lahan .34. + 3. shechein spake to the A. of Dinah 45. 26. .lacob's h. tainted, lor he belie\eil them not

J. .rod. 2.3. 9. for ve know the h. of a straiiL'tr 28. ,3(1. they shall be on Aaron's A. when he goetli in 3."i. 5. whoso is of a w illim; A. let him bring it .35. tl(fcm hath he filled w ith w isdom of h.

J ei.iit). 16. shall consume eyes, cause sorrow of A.

^'uni. 32.7. Mheieforeiiijcouiai;e \e the A.of Israel ? 9. they discourai;ed the A. of the children ot Isr

Deut.o.Qg. U that thereweie such an A. inthem

28. 28. Lord shall smite with astonishment of A. 47. thou servedst not the Lord with gladness of A. 6j. the Lord shall give thee there a tremMin:: A.

29.4. the Lord hath not uiven vou a A. to perceive Ji'.'A. 14.8. they made tlie A. of the people melt Judg. 5. 15. for divisions w ere great thouuhts of A. 16. for divisions there were :;reatsearchini:sof A.

18. 20. the priest's A. was i;lad, he tcok the ephod

1 .>am. 1. 13. now Hannah, she spake in her A. 4. • 20. she answered iKt, nor set her h. to it Id. 9. it was so that (Old i;avehim another A. Ri. 7. hut the 1.01(1 looketh on tl:e A.

17. .32. Dav.said, let no man's A. tail because of him

24. 5. David's A. smote him. because he cut off

25. 31. shall he no grief, nor citieiice of A. to my Id. .S6. and Nahal's A. wasn;eiry within him

2 .^«/«. 6. 16. she despised h.im in A. 1 ( A;c,«. 15.29.

13. 28. when Amnc n's A. is merry with wine

14. 1. that the kind's A. was toward .-Uisalom

18. 14. .loab thrust darts through the A. of Absal.

19. + 7. '-0 forth and speak to A. of thy servants 14. he bowed the A. ot all the men otjudah

1 Kings :i. 9. give thy servant an understanding A.

12. 1 have tiven thee an understanding A.

4. 29. (i. gave solomc n w isdom ami largeness of A. 8. 17. it was in the A. of David, 2 Chron. 6. '. f)0. people went to tents glad of A. 2 ( hron. ". 10. 1(1. 2. communed of all w as in her A. 2 ( hron. u. 1 11.4. perfect, as was tlie A. of David his father 12. 27. then shall the A. of this people turn

2 hings 6. 11. the A. of king of .-Xssyria wa^ troubled 12. 4. that Cometh into anv man's A. 2 CAr.20. 3i.

1 Chron. 12. 33. they were not of double A. t 33. th.ev were w ithont a A. and a A.

16. 111. let the h. of them reioice, l',al. 1(15. 3.

29. 17. 1 know th> u triest the A. 18. Jir. 11. 20.

2 < hr.'. 11. and all that came into Scdomon's A. .3d. 1 22. Ilezekiah spake to the A. of the Eevites

/ tra 6. 22. turned the A. of tht king of ..\s.syria 7- -7. put such a thing as this in th.e kinu's A.

A(A. 2.2. this is nothiii;; else but sorrovi of A.

J .'th. 1. 10. when the A.'oftlie kiiiL' was merrv 5.9. Ilaman went forth that day with a glad" A.

Jih 9. 4. he IS w ise in A. and miLhtv 111 strength 12. + 3. but 1 have an A. as well as vou

24. he taketli awav the A. of the chief of people 29. 13. 1 caused th.e w idow's A. to siim lor joy .31. t 10. therefore hearken to me, ve men of"A.

+ 34. let nun of A. tc 11 me, let a w ise man hear ."6. 13. but the hypcicrites in A. heap up wrath .'17. 24. he res|P(telh not any that are wisenf A. .■i8. 36. who hath L'iven understandim; to the A. Psal. 12. 2. and w ith a double A. do thev speak 19.8. the statutes c^' 1 < icl are 1 i-ht, rennc in:: the A. .34. 18. the l.d. isni-h them that are of a broken A.

44. 21. fvr he knoweth the secrets of the A.

45. 5. thine arrows are sharp in the A. of enemies 58. 2. in A. ve w ork w ickedue.-s || 64. 6. the A. is deep 73. 7. thev" have more than A. cc old wish

Icl. 4. a t"roward A. shall depart Irom me ,0. an hi:;h look, and a pio..d A. will not I suffer 104. 15. wine, that maketh -lad the A, cf nan; biead, w Id, h sli. n:;th. n. th man s A. Prov. 6. 18. an A. that cleviselh w ic ked im.i:;ii:atic 11s t .32. whoso comiidittth acUilti rv . lac kith A.

7. 10. behohl, there met him a wo"in,.n scd.tle of A.

8. 5. and ye fools, be ve ot an limit isLuidiiiL' A. 10.8. thewise in A. will receive commandments

20. the A. of the wic ked is little worth 11.20. thev of a troward A. are abomination to l.d. 20, the I.ol .-hall be seivalit lo the wi.-e ol A.

12. 8. but he that is of pc rv ei se A, shall he despised 20. deceit is ill the A. of till 111 who imagine evil

25. lieav iness In ihe A. of man maketh it stoop

13. 12. hope deteind maketh the A. sick

14. 10. the A. knoweih his own bilierncss ]:>. even in lam;hler the- A. is sorrowful

14. backslider in A. befilliMl with his own wavs .'io. a sound A. is the lile c t Ihe Hesh.hntenvv Ihe 3:i. wisdom resteth in A.of him that hath unn'erst.

15. 7. but the A. ot the foolish doetb not so

13. a merrv A. maketh a cheerful c oiinteiiance ;

but by sorrow ot the A. the spii it is broken

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Pro*. 15. 14. A. of him that hath unHerst.seekethkn. 15. he that is o( a mei ry h. hath a continual teast

28. the A. of the righteous studieth to answer 30. the light of the e>es rejoiccth the h.

1 32. he that heareth reiii oof possesseth an h.

16. 1. the preparations of A. in man from the Ix)rd 5. every one proud in A. is an abomination to \A.

9. a man's A. deviseth his way, but Lord directs 23. the A. of the wise teacheth his mouth

17. 16. a price in hand, seeing he hath no A. to it 20. he that hath a froward A. findeth no good 22. a merry A. doeth good like a medicine

18. 12. before destruction the A. of man is haughty 15. the A. of the prudent jjetteth knowledge

19. 21. there are many devices in a man's ft.

20. 5. counsel in the A. of man is like

21. 1. the king's A. is in the hand of the Lord 4. an high look, and a proud h. is sin

22. 11. that loveth pureness of A. the king his friend 15. foolishness is bound in the h. of a chihl

24. 12. doth not he that pondereth the A. consider it? 25. 3. and the A. of kinas is unsearchable

20. so is he that singeth songs to an heavy h.

56. 23. a wicked A. is like a potsherd covered with £7. 9. ointment and perfume rejoice the h.

19. so the A. of man answereth to man 28. 25. he that is of a proud A. stirreth up strife

31. 11. the A. of her husband dothsafely trust in her Keel. 7. 3. by sadness of countenance the A, is better

4. the A. of the wise is in the house of mourning, but tlie A. of fools is in the house of mirth

7. oppression makes mad, a gift destroyeth the A. 8.5. wise man's A. discerneth both time and judgm.

11. the A. of men is fully set in them to do evil 9. 3. also the A. of the sons of men is full of evil

7. eat thy bread, and drink thy wine with merry A.

10.2. awiseman's A. isatrighthand, fool's A. at left Isa.ft. 10. make their A. fat, Mat. 13. 15. Acts^V,.^.

9. 9. that say in the pride and stoutness of h.

10. 12. will punish the fruit of the stout A. of king 13.7. all hands faint, every man's A. shall melt 30. 29. ye shall have gladness of A. as when one 32. 4. the A. of the rash shall understand knowledge 35. 4. say to them that are of fearful A. be strong 40. + 2. speak ye to the A. of Jerusalem

42. 25. it burned him, yet he laid it not to h. 44. 20. a deceived A. hath turned him asiile

57. 1. and no man layeth it to A. Jer. 12. 11. 15. and to revive the A. of the contrite ones

69. 13. uttering from the A. words of falsehood 65. 14. behold, my servants shall sins' for joy of A. but ye shall cry for sorrow of A. ami howl + 17. the former heavens not come upon the A. Jer. 2. + 24. that snutfeth wind at the desire of her A.

3. + 16. neither shall it come upon the A.

4. 9. the A. of the king and princes shall perish

5. 23. but this people hath a rebellious h.

9. 26. the house ot Israel are uncircumcised in A.

11. 20. O Lord, that triest the reins and the A.

17. 9. the A. is deceitful above all thinss

10. I the Lord search the A. I try the reins 20. 12. O Lor

48. 41. be as the A. of a woman in her pangs, 49. 22. Lam. 3. 65. give them sorrow of A. thy curse to them Ezek. 6. 9. I am broken with their whorisli A. 11. 19. I will take the stony A. out of their flesh ],■?. 22. with lies ye made A. of the righteous sail

18. 31. and make you a new A. and a new spirit 21.7. every A. shall melt, all hanrls shall be feeble 25. 6. rejoiced in A. with all thy despite as. Israel'

15. have taken vengeance with a despiteful A.

27. 31. shall weep for thee with bitterness of A.

36. 26. and I will give you a A. of flesh

44. 7. strangers uncircumcised in A. 9. Acts 7. 51. Dan. 4. 16. let a beast's A. be given unto him

7. 4. and a man's A. was given to it Hos. 2. 1 14. I will allure her, and speak to her A.

4. 11. whoredom and wine take away the A.

7. 11. Lphraim is like a silly dove without A. Nah. 2. 10. the A. mettcth, and the knees smite Zep/i. 2. 15. this the city that said in her A. I am Alal. 2. 2. if ye will not lay it to A. to give glory, T will send a curse, because ye do not lay it to A.

4. 6. shall turn the A. of fathers, and A. of children JMat. 11.29. come tome, I am meek and lowly in A.

12. 34. out of the abundance of the A. Lute 6. 45. .35. out of the treasure of the A. Lu/te 6. 45.

15. 18. come forth from the A. and defile the man 19. outof tlie A. proceed evil thoughts, MnriT.Ql. Marie 16. 14. he upbraided them with hardness of A. Luke 2. 19. Mary kept and ponilered them in her A. 51. but his mother kept these .sayings in her A. 8. 15. which in a good A. having heard the word 24. 25. () fools, slow of A. to believe the prophets John 13. 2. the devil having put into the A. of fudas Acts 2. 46. did eat their meat with singleness of A.

5. .33. heard that, they were cut to the A. 7. 54. 11. 23. with purpose of A. they would cleave to Ld.

Rom. 2. 5. after thjr impenitent A. treasurest up

29. circumcision is that of the A. in the Spirit 6. 17. ye have obeyed from the A. that doctrine

10. 10. with the A. man believeth to righteousness

1 Vor. 2. 9. neither have entered into the A. of man

7. .37. hath so decreed in his A. that he will keep

2 Cor. 2. 4. out of much anguish of A. I wrote you 3. 3. not in stone, but written in fleshly tables of A. 5. 12. which glory in appearance, and not in A.

8. 16. the same earnest care into the A. of Titus Ep/i, 6. 6. doing the will of God from the A. Col. 3. 22. but in sinsleness of A. fearing God

1 Thess. 2. 17. taken from you in presence, not in A. Jlei. 4. 12. is adiscernerof the intentsof the A. 10. 22. let us draw near with a true A. in assurance

13. 9. it is good that the A. be established with grace

1 Pet. 3. 4. let it be the hidden man of the A.

2 Pet. 2. 14. an A. exercised with covetous practices Bev. 18. 7. for she saith in her A. I sit a queen

HKARP. Exod. 15. 8. depths were congealed in A. of the sea Deut. 4. 1 1 1 . mountain burnt to the A. of heav en 22-2

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Pi. 46. 1 2. though mountains be carried into A. of Prov. 23. +34. as he that lieth down in A. of sea .30. + 19. the way of a ship in the A. of the sea Jsa. 19. 1. A. of Egypt shall melt in the midst of it jVIat. 12. 40. so shall .Son of man be in A. of earth

HHAHr with a//.

Deut. 11 . 13. to serve him with all your A. and with

all your soul. Josh. 22. 5. 1 6am. 12. 20, 24.

13. 3. love the Ld. with a// your A. and soul, .%.6.

Mat. 22. .'57. Marin. 30, 33. Ljiie 10.27.

26. 16. thou shalt keep and do them with a// thy A. .30. 2. return to the L. with aW thine A. U).Joeli.l2.

Judg. 16. 17. that Samson told her all his A. 18.

1 Kings 2. 4. walk before me with ail their A. 8. 23. 8. 48. and so return to thee with all their A. and

all their soul, 2 Kings 23. 25. 2 Chron. 6. 38. 14.8. David, who followed me with all his A.

2 Kings 10. 31. Jehu took no heed to walk with o//A. 23. 3. made a covenant to walk before the L. with

all their A. and all their soul, 2 Chron. 34. 31. 2 Chr. 15. 12. seek God of fathers with all their A. 15. for they had sworn with all their A.

22. 9. Jehoshaphat sought the Lord with all his A.

31. 21. he did it with all his A. and prospered Psal. fi6. 12. I will praise thee, O L. with all my A. Prvv. 3. 5. trust in the I/, with all thy A. lean not Jer. 29. 13. when ye search for me with all your A. Ezet. 36. 5. with the joy of a// their A. to cast it out Zeph. .■?. 14. be glad with aWthe A. O Jerusalem ActsH. 37. if thou believest with allthyh. mayest See Apply, Broken, Clean, Evil, Harden,

Hardened.

//w HEART.

Gen. 6. 5. every imagination of his A. was only evil

6. it repentecl the Lord and grie\'ed him at his A.

8. 21. L. said in his A. |( I7. 17. Abraham in his A.

27. 41. Esau said in his A. the days of mourning Eiod.i. 14. when seeth thee, he will be glad in An- A.

7. 23. neither did he set his A. to this also

25. 2. every man that giveth willingly with Ais A.

28. 29. in the breast-plate of ju

Deut. 2. .30. the Lord hath made his A. obstinate 17. 17. multiply wives, that Am A. turn not away 20. his A. be not lifted up above his brethren 19. 6. lest the avenger pursue, while his A. is hot 20.8. lest his brethren's heart faint as well as his A.

24. 15. for he is poon and setteth Ais A. upon it

29. 19. that he bless himself in Ais A. saymg Ruth 3. 7- his A. was merry, he went to lie down

1 Ham. 4. 13. his A. trembled for the ark of God 21. 12. David laid up these words in his A.

25. + 25. let not my lord lay it to his A. .37. it came to pass that Ats A. died within him

27. 1. David said in his h. \\ 28. 5. Ais A. trembled

2 i'am. 7. 27. thy servant hath found in his A. to

pray this prayer unto thee, 1 CAron. 17. 25. 13. 33. let not my lord take the thing to his A,

1 Kill. 10. 24. which G. had put in Ai.v A. 2 CAr. 9. 23. 11.3. and hia wives turned away his A. 4. 9.

12. 26. Jeroboam said in his A. the kingdom return

2 Kings 9. 24. the arrow went out at his' A. and sunk 2 Chron. n. 14. because he prepared not his A. to

17. 6. his A. was lifted up in the ways of the Lord

26. 16. his A. was lifted up to his destruction

30. 19. that prepareth his A. to seek God, Ixird G.

32. 25. for his A. was lifted up, therefore was wrath 26. he humbled himself for the pride of his A. 31. that he might know all that was in his A.

Ezra 7. 10. Ezra prepared his A. to seek law of L. A'eA. 9. 8. and foundest his A. faithftil before thee E.uA. 6. 6. Haman thought in his h. to whom the kg.

7. 5. where is he that durst presume in his A. to do Joi 34. 14. if he set his A. upon man, if he gather

41. 24. his A. is as firm as a stone, yea as hard Psal. 10. 3. the wicked boasteth of his A. desire

6. he hath said in his A. 11. 13. 1 14. 1. 1 53. 1. 15. 2. thatspeaketh truth in his A. shall dwell 21. 2. thou hast given him his A. desire, hast not .3,3. 11. the thoughts of Ait A. to all generations .37. 31. law of his God is in his h. none of his steps 41. 6. Ail A. gathereth iniquity to itself 55. 21. words were smooth, but war was in his h. 78. 72. he fed them according to integrity of Ais A. 112. 7. Ai.f A. is fixed, trusting in the Lord

8. Ais A. is established, he shall not be afraid Prov, 6.14. frowaidness is in his A. deviseth misclif.

18. 2. but that his h. may discover ifself

19. 3. and his A. fretleth against the Lord

23. 7- for as he thinketh in his A. so is he ; eat and drink, saith he, but Ais h. is not with thee

28. 14. but he that hardeneth Ai.s A. shall fall Eccl. 2. 23. yea his A. taketh not rest in the night

5. 20. God answereth him in the.ioy of Ai.f A. Cant. 3. 11. in the day of the gladness of Aij A. Isa. 7. 2. his A. was moved, and the A. of his people

10. 7. he meaneth not so, neither doth his A. think so, but it is in his A. to de.stroy and cut oH" nations

3Q.6.hish. will work iniquity, to practise hypocrisy 44. 19. none considereth in Air A. neitheris there

57. 17. he went on frowardly in the way of Ais A. Jer. 9. 8. but in A. he layeth his wait

23. 20. he have performed the thoughts of his A. 30. 21. that engaged his h. to approach unto me

24. until he have performe

48. 29. we have heard the haughtiness of his A. Ezei 14. 4. that setteth up his idols in Ais h. 7.

31. 10. Ai* A. lifted up in his height, Dan. 5. 20. Van. 1. 8. Daniel purposed in Ais A. that he would

4. 16. let Ai.f A. be changed from man's, 5. 21.

6. 14. the king set his h. on Daniel to deliver him

8. 25. and he shall magnify himself in his A.

11. 12. Aif A. shall be lifted up. shall cast down 28. Ai*A. shall be against the holy covenant

Chad. 3. thatsaith in his h. who shall bring me down ' Mat. 5. 28. hath committed adultery with her in A. A.

13. 19. and catcheth away that was sown in Ai.i- A. 24. 48. if evil servant shall say in Ai.v A. Euie 12. 45.

Mark 7. 19. because it cntereth not into his A. 11. 23. and shall not doubt in Ai.f A. but believe Luke 6. 45. good man out of good treasure of Ai.t A. an evil man out of the evil treasure of his h.

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Acts 7. 23. it came into his h. to visit his brethren

1 Cor. 7. 37. he that standeth stedfast in his A.

14. 25. thus are the secrets of his A. made manifest

2 Cor. 9. 7. as he purposeth in his A. so let him give

Mineotmp HEART. Gen. 20. 5. in the integrity of my A. have T done this

24. 45. done speaking in mine A. Rebekah came Deut. 19. 19.1ho' I walk inthe imaaination of m. A. Jiish. 14. 7. 1 brought him word as it was in mine A, Judg. 5. 9. m]/ h. is toward the governors of Israel 1 Sam. 2. 1. she said, my A. rejoiietli in the I>ord

35. shall do according to that which is in mine h.

1 Kings 9.3. to put my name, and my eyes and mint

A. shall be there perpetually, 2 Chron, 7. 16.

2 Kings 5. 26. went not mine A. with thee, when 10. 15. is thine A. riglit, as my A. is with thy A. .'

,30. hast done according to all that was in mine A.

1 Chr. 12. 17. if to help, mine A. shall be knit unto 28. 2. I had in mine h. to build an house of rest

2 Chr. 29. 10. it is in mine A. to make a covenant Neh. 2. 12. what God had put in my A. to do, 7.5.

5. + 7. then my A. consulted in me, 1 rebuked Job 17. 11. tlie thoughts of my A. are broken off 23. 16. God maketh my A. soft, and the Almighty 27. 6. my A. sliall not reproach me so long as 1 liva 31.'^. and mine A. walked after mine eyes

9. if mine A. have been deceived by a woman 27. and my h. hath been secretly enticed

3.3. 3. my wordsshall be of the uprightness of my A.

37. 1. at this also my A. trembleth, and is moveil Ps. 4.7. thou hast put gladness in myh. more than

13. 2. how lung take counsel, sorrow in my A. daily 5. but I trusted, my A. shall rejoice in thy salvat. 16. 9. mj/ A. is glad 1| 17. 3. thou hast proved mine A.

19. 14. let the meditation of my A. be acceptable 22.14. m. A. islike wax 1126.2. try my reins and m.A.

25. 17. the troubles of my A. are enlarged, ( ) bring

27. 3. my A. shall not fear though war should rise 8. my h. said to thee, thy face, Lord, will I seek .

28. 7. my A. trusted in him, my A greatly rejoicelh .36. 1 . the transgression of the wicked saith in my n.

38. 8. by reason of the disquietness of my A.

10. my A. panteth, my strength faileth, /vfl.21.4. .39. .3. my A. was hot within me, while musing

40. 8. yea, thy law is within my A.

10. 1 have not hid thy righteousness within 7ny A.

12. not able to look up, therefore my A. faileth me 45. 1. my h. is inditing a good matter, 1 speak 49. .3. the meditation of my A. be of understandinif 55.4. my A. is sore pained within me, terrors of death 57.7. my A. is fixed, O God, my A. is fixed, 108. 1. 61. 2. 1 will cry. when my A. is overwhelmed 66. 18. if I regard iniquity in my A. L. will not hear 69. 20. reproach hath broken my A. 1 am full 73. 13. verily I have cleansed my A. in vain

21. my A. was grieved, I was pricked in my reins 26. myh. failetfi, but (iod is the strength of my A.

84. 2. my A. and flesh crieth out for the living God 86. 11. unite my A. to fear tliy name 102. 4. my h. is smitten and withere

36. incline my A. to thy testimonies, riot to covet, 80. let my A. be sound in thy statutes

111. thy testimonies are the rejoicing of my A.

112. I nave inclined mine A. to perform thy stat. 131. 1. Lord, my A. is not haughty, nor eyes lofty 1.39. 23. search me, and know my A. try me

141. 4. incline not my A. to any evil thing 14.3. 4. my h. within me is desolate Prov. 5. 12. how hath my A. despised reproof

20. 9. who can say, I have made my A. clean ? 23. 15. if thine heart be wise,my A. shall rejokp"

Eccl. 1. 13. I gave my h. to seek and search out

16. my A. had great experience of wisdom \

17. I gave my A. to know wisdom and madness

2. 1. I said in mine A. 1 will prove thse, 15. I 3.

17, 18. 3. I sought in mine A. to give myselt to wine, yet acquainting mine A. with wisdom, to hiy hold on folly 10. I withheld not my A. from any joy 20. to cause my A. to despair of all the tabour 7. 25. 1 applied mijie A. to know and search, 8. 9, 16.

9. 1. for all this I considered in my A.

Cant. 4. 9. thou hast ravished my A. my sister, 9. 5. 2. 1 sleep, but tny A. waketh, it is the voice

Isa. 15. 5. my A. shall cry out for Moab 63. 4. for the day of vengeance is in mine A.

Jer. 3. 15. 1 will give you pastors according to m. A. 4. 19. T am pained at my A. my A. maketh a noise 7. 31. 1 commanded not, neither came it into my A. 8. 18. when 1 comfort myself, my A. is faint in me 12. 3. hast seen me, and tried mine A. toward thee

15. 16. thy word the joy and rejoicing of min€ A.

20. 9. his word was in mine A. as a burning fire 23. 9. miyie A. is broken || 48. 31. my h. shall mourn 48. ,36. therefore mine A. shall sound for Moab

Lam. 1. 20. behold, mine A. is turned within me

22. my sighs are many, and my A. is faint

3. 51 , mine eye aft'ecteth mine A. because of all Dan. 7. 28. but 1 kept the matter in my A.

Hos. 11.8. mine A. is turned within me, my repent. Aetsl. 26. therefore did my h. rejoice, tongue glad

21. 13. what mean ye to weep, and break mine h.? liom. 9. 2. I have continual sorrow in my A,

10. \. my h. desire to God for Isr. is, they be saved PAH. 1. 7. because I have you in my A. ijiasmuth

See Applied.

One HEART. 2 CAr. 30, 12. hand of God was to give them one A. Jer. 31. .39. I will give them one A. F.zek. 11. 19. Acts 4. 32. multitude that believed were of one h

Oun HEART. Num. 15. 39. that ve seek not after your men h.

1 Sam. 13. 14. sought man after hiso. A. .'icts 13. 22.

2 Sam. 7.21. foi- thy word's sake, according to thine onn h. hast thou done these things, 1 Chnm. 17. 19k

1 Kinase. ,38, know every man plague of his oh.» A. 12. 3.3, which he had devised of his men A. Neh. 6. 8. thou feignest thein out of thine own h.

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Psal. 4. 4. commune with your oan h. on your lied SO. 4. grant thee accorilins to thine own h, 37. lo. their sword shall enter into their mvn h.

77. 6. 1 commune with my oK-n A. and my spirit P'ov, 28. 26. he that tiusteth in his oun A. is a tool Eccl. 1. 16. I communed with mine oicn h. saying J. 22. thy oicn A. linows thou hast cursed others

Jer. 9. 14'. after imagination of their onn A. 23. 17.

23. 16. tliey speak a vision of their own A. 26. prophesy the deceit of their o. A. Ezek. 13. 17. Eiek. 14. 5. may take house of Israel in their oa'» A. Jam, 1. 26. but deceiveth his own A. this man's

Uur HEARl'. Deut. 1. 28. our brethren have discouraged out h. Psai. 33. 21. for our A. shall rejoice in him

44. 18. our A. is not turned back, neither our Lam. 3. 41. let us lift up our li. with our hands

5. 15. the joy of our h. is ceased 1| 17. our A. is faint Luke 24. 32. did not our A. burn within us, while he 2 Cor. 6. 11. our mouth is open, our A. is enlarged 1 John 3. 20. if our A. condemn us, God is greater

SI. if our A. condemn us not. we have confidence Perfect HEAR I'.

1 Kings 8. 61. let your A. be perfect with the Lord

11. 4. his A. vzs TiOi perfect with the Lord, 15. 3. 15. 14. nevertheless Asa's A. was perfect with the

Lord all his days, 2 Vhron. 15. 17.

2 Kinfft^O, 3. Hezekiah said, remember how 1 have

walked before thee with n perfect A. Isa. 38. 3.

1 CAr. 12. 38. came with perf. A. to make D. king

28. 9. .Solomon, my son, serve God with a per. A. 89.9- because withpfr/. A. they offered willingly

19. and give unto !

2 CAr. 16. 9. in behalf of them whose A. is perfect

19. 9. thus shall ye do in fear of Ld. with perf. A. 25. 2. Amaziah diid light, but not with a perfect A.

Psal. 101.2. 1 will walk in my house with per/. A.

Pure H EA RT. Psal. 24. 4. who shall ascend ? that hath a pure h. Mat. 5. 8. blessed are pure in A. they shall see God 1 Tim. 1.5. end of command, is charity out of p. A. « Tim. 2. 22. that call on the Lord out of a. pure A.

1 Pet. 1. 22. love one another with a p. A. fervently

7'A«ir HEAR!'. Gen 42. 28. their A. failed them, they were afraid Josh. 5. 1. the kings of Amorites heard /. A. melted

2 .Sam. 18. t .3. if we Hee, they will not set t. A. on us 1 Kinff.^ 8. 1 47. if they brine I'ack to t. A. 2 CAr. 6. + 37.

18. 37. thou hast turned their h. back again

1 Chron. 29. 18. ami prepare their h. unto thee Joi 8. 10. shall they not utter words out of t. A. .'

17. 4. thou hast hid their A. from understanding Psal. 10. 17. Lord, thou wilt prepare their h.

78. 8. a generation that set not their A. arisht

18. they tempted God in their A. by askins meat .37. their A. was not right with him, nor were 95. 10. it is a people that do err in /Ae«r A. 105. 25. he tumecf ;A«ir A. to hate his people 107. 12. Ihereforehe brought down /Ae«r A. 119. 70. t. A. is as fat as grease, I delight in thy law 1J0. 2. which imagine mischiefs in t. h. with labour Proo. 24. 2. for their h. studieth destruction £0/. 3. 11. also he hath set the world in their h.

9. 3. madness is in their A. while they live

Isa. 6. 10. lest they hear w itii their ears and under- stand with their h. Mat. 13. 15. Acts 28. 27.

29. 13. /. A. is far from me. Mat. 15. 8. Mark 7. 6. Jer. 5. 24. neither say they in t. A. let us fear the I^.

13. 10. which walk in the imagination of their A.

14. 14. the prophets prophesy the deceit of Mei'r A.

17. 1. sin of Judah is graven on the table of their A. iom. 2. 18. their h. cried to the I,. () wall of /ion Ezek. 14. 3. these have set up their idols in their h.

20. 16. for their A. went after their idols

21. 15. that their A. may faint, ruins be multiplied 33. 31. but their A. goeth after their covetousness

Uos. 4. 8. they set their A. on their iniquity 7. 6. they have made ready their A. like an oven 14. they have not cried unto me with their A.

10. 2. their A. is divided |1 13. 6. their A. was exalt. 1.3. 8. I will rend the caul of their h. and devour

Zeph. 1. 19. I will punish the men that say in t. A. Zecli. 10. 7- their A. shall rejoice in the lord

12. 5. the governors of luilah shall sav in their A. A/"r A. that they

should not see nor understand with their h. ^ets2. .37. were pricked in Meir A. and said to Peter

2 Cnr. 3. 15. when Moses is read, vail is on their A. Eph. 4. 18. because of the blindness of their A.

^ Thine, thy IIEAKT.

Gen. 20. 6. thou .lidst this in the integrity of thy h. Exod.9. 14. 1 will send all my plagues u pon Mi>i* A. Lei. 19. 17. thou Shalt not hate thy brother in t. A. JJeut. 4. 9. lest they depart from thy h. all thy life 29. shall find, if thou seek him with all thy A. 4. 39. know and consider it in thine A. 8. 5.

6. 5. thou Shalt love the lonl with all thine A.

7. 17. it thou Shalt say in thive A. these nations

are more than I, 8. 17. 1 18. 21. .ler. 13. 22.

8. 2. led thee, to know what was in thine A.

14. then Ihine A. be lifted up, and thou forget L.

9. 4. speak not thou in thine h. after that the Lord 5. not tor uprightness of thine A. dost thou go to

10. 12. to serve tlie Lord thy Gml with all thy h. 1.1. 9. there be not a thought in thy wicked A.

10. thtne h. shall not be grieved when thou sivest 28. 67. for the fear of thine A. w herewith shalt fear

30. 6. circumcise ihine A. ami the h. of thy seed 14. but the word is very niah to thee in thy A. 17. if /Ain« A. turn, so th.it thou wilt not hear

Jiitfg. 16. 15. when thine A. is not with me

19. 6. and let thine h. be merry, 9. 1 h'inps 21. 7. 8. the damsel's father said, comfort thine A.

1 .Sam. 1.8. why weepestthou ? why is

2. .33. the man of thine shall be to grieve thine A.

9. 19. I will tell thee all that is in thine A.

14.7.doall thatisinMin«A. 2 A'oni.7. 3. 1 CArnn. 17.2. behold, 1 am with thee, accoidingto/Aj/ A.

17. 28. I know thy pride and nauchtinessnf Mj/A. tiain. 3. 21. reign over all that thine A. dcsiretli

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2 Sam. 13. ♦ 20. he is thy brother, set not th. A. on this

1 Kings 2. 44. know est wickedness /Ai'ne A. is privy 8. IH. in thtne A. to build, 2 CAron. 1. 11. 1 6. 8.

2 Kings 10. 15. lehusaid, is thine h.riaht as my A.

is with thy A. Jehonadab answered, it is 14. 10. thine h. hath lifted thee up, 2 CAr. 25. 19. 22. 19. because thine A. was tender, 2 CAr. 34. 27. 2 Chron. 19. 3. hast prepared thine h. to seek God J'6 1. t 8. hast thou set /A/; A. on my servant .lob? 7. 17- and that thou shoiildest set /*/»« A. upon him

10. 13. and these things hast thou hid in thine A.

11. 13. if thou prepare thine h. and stretch out 15. 12. why iioth thine A. carry thee away

22. 22. receive, and lay up his words in thine h. Psal. 27. 14. and tie shall strengthen thine A.

37. 4. and he shall gi>e thee the desin s of thine A. Ptov. 2. 2. and apply thine A. to understanding 10. when w isdoni entereth into thine A.

3. 1. my son, let thine A. keep my commandments

3. write them upon the table ot thine A. 7. 3.

4. 4. he said, let thine h. retain my words, 21. 2.3. keep ihy A. with all diligence, for out of it

6. 21. bind them continually upon thine A.

25. lust not after her beauty in thine h.

7. 25. let not thine A. decline to her ways

2.3. 15. my son, if thine A. be wise, my A. rejoice

17. let not thine A. envy sinners, but be in fear 19. hear, my son, and guide rAine A. in the way

26. my son, give me tAine A. let thy eyes observe

33. and ihine A. shall utter per\"erse things

2t. 17. let not thine h. be elad when he stumbleth 27- + 23. and set thy A. to thy herds

Eccl. 5. 2. not /Ain« A. be hasty to utter any thing 7. + 21. also give not thine A. unto all words 11. 9. let thy A. cheer thee ; walk in ways of thy A. 10. therefore remove sorrow from thy A.

Tsa. 14. 13. thou hast said in thine A. I will ascend 33. 18. thiiie A. shall meditate terror, where is 47.7. thou didst not lay these things to My A. 57. 11.

8. that sayest in thine A. I am, anil none else, 10. 49. 21. then shalt thou say in thine h. who hath

Jer. 4. 14. O.lerus. wash thine A. from wickedness

18. it is bitter, because it reacheth unto tAine A. 22. 17. thine h. are not but for thy covetousness

31. 21. set /Ain« A. toward the high-w.iy, turn

49. 16. the pride of thine A. deceived thee, Ohad. 3.

Lam. 2. 19. pour out thine A. like wafer before Ld.

Ezek. .3. 10. receive in thiTie A. hear w ith thine ears 16. .30. how weak is thine A. saith the I^oril Goct 22. 14. can Mine A. endure in days I deal with thee 28. 2. because thiTie A. is lifted up for thy riches, 5. 6. thou hast set thine h. as the heart of God

17. thine h. was lifteil up because of thy beauty 40. 4. set thine h. upon all that 1 shall shew thee

Dan. 2. ,30. niiahfest know the thoushts of /Ay A.

5. 22. and thou hast not humbled thine A. 10. 12. thou didst set thine A. to understand

Acts 5. 3. why hath Satan filled lAine h. to lie

4. why hast thou conceived this in thine A. ? a. 21. tor thy A. is not right in the sight of God

/lets 8. 22. thought of thine A. may be forgiven thee Rom, 10. 6. say not in thine A. who shall ascend

9. and shalt believe in thine A. that God raised

Upright in H EA R T. 5 CAr. 29. 34. Levites were more upright in A. Psal. 7. 10. which saveth the upright m A. 11.2. that they may shoot at the upright in A.

32. 11. shout tor joy, ye that are upright in A. 36. 10. continue tliy righteousness to upright in A. 64. 10. am! all the upright in A. shall glory

94. 15. an

1 Kings 3. 6. he walketh in uprightness of A. 9. 4. Psal. 119. 7. I will praise thee w ith uprightness of A.

Whole IIEARi'. Psal. 9. 1. 1 will praise thee, O Lord, with my whole A. will shew forth thy works, 111. 1. 1 138. 1. 119. 2. blessed that seek him with the uhole A,.

10. with my nhole A. ha^e I sought thee

34. yea, 1 shall observe it with my whole A. 58. I entreated thy favour with my whole h. 6(). 1 will keep thy precepts with my whole A. 145. I cried with my whole A. hear riie, O IjOrd

Isa. 1.5. the whole head is sick, the aAo/« A. is taint Jer. 3. 10. not turned with wAole A. but feignedly 24. 7. they shall return unto me with their w. A. 32. 41. I will plant them in land w ith my wAole A.

Whose II EA RT. £j-0(/. .35. 21.K'Ao.te A. stirred himup, 29. I ."56.2.'

26. all the women whose A. stirretf them up Dew/. 29. 18. whose h. turneth away this day from Ld

2 Sam. 17. 10. whose A. is as the heart of a lion

1 Kings 8. .39. whose A. thou knowest, 2 Chr. f>. .30.

2 Chron. 16. 9. in behalf of them whose h. is perfect Psal. 84. 5. in whose A. are tlie ways of them Eccl. 7. 26. the woman whose h. is snares and nets Isa. 51. 7. hearken ye people, in irA<>«« A. is my law Jer. 17.5. whose A. depaiteth from the Lord Ezek. 11. 21. whose h. walketh after detestable things Acts 16. 14. whose h. the Lord opened, she attended

Your IIEAK 1'. Deut. 10. 16. circumcise foreskin of your A. Jer. 4. 4. 11. 16. take hee

18. ye shall lay up these mv words myour h.

1 Kings 11. 2. surely they will turn awayynwr A. 1 CAr. 22. 19. setymirh. and soul to seek the Lord yVa/. 22. C6. meek shall eat, yct/r A. shall live forever

31, 24. he shall strengthen your A. ye that hope

62. 8. ye people, pour out your A. before him 10. if riches increase, set noXyour A. upon them

69. 32. and yourh. shall live that seek God ha. 66. It. when ye see this, your A. shall rejoice Jer. 51. 46. and lest j/cwr A. faint, and ye fear Joel '2. 1.3. and rend your A. and not your garments Zech. 7. 10. let none of you imasine evil \ny:urA. Mat. 6. 21. there will your A. be also, Luke 12.34. Marks. 17. have ye your A. yet hardened ?

10, 5. for the hardness of yot/r A. he wrote John 14. 1. let not yimr A. be troublcil, 27.

16.6. because 1 said this, sorrow hath filled y«ur A. 22. I will see you, and your A. shall rejoice

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Eph. 6. 5. in singleness of your A. as unto Christ

II EAR J ED. Lrod. .35. 22. they came, as manv as were willing-*. Psal. (6. 5. the stout-A. are spoiled, they sleiit /'«. 24. 7. new wine mourns, all the merry-A. do sigh 61. 1. he hath sent me to bind up the broken A. Ezek. 3. 7. all the house of Israel are hard-A.

fain/ HEARTED. Deut. 20. 8. what man is there that is/ai"n<-A. .'

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jr/je HEARTED. Exorf. 28. 3. thou shalt speak unto all that are w.-h. 31. 6. and in the hearts of all that are wise-h.

35. 10. and every wise-A. amon^ you shall come 25. all the women that were wise-h. did spin

36. 1. then wrought every wise-h. man, 2, 8.

HEARTH. Gen. 18. 6. knead it, and make cakes upon the A. Psal. 102. 3. and my bones are burnt as an A. Isa. .30. 14. not a sherd to take fire from the A. Jer. .36. 22. a fire on the A. burning before him 23. cast the roll into fire that was on the A. Zech. 12. 6. make govemm. of ludah like A. of fire

HEARTILY. Lule 22. + 15. T have A. desired to eat this passover Col. 3. 23. what ye do, do it A. as to the Lord, not to

HEARI'.S. Josh, 7. 5. wherefore the A. of the people melted

1 Sam. 10. 26. band of men, whose A. G. had touched

2 Sam. 15. 6. so Absalom stole the A. of Israel

13. the A. of the men of Israel are after Absalom 1 KingsS. 39. thou only knowest the A. 2 CAr. 6. 30. 1 CAron, 28. 9. for the Lord searcheth all A. Ps. 7. 9. the righteous God trieth the A. Prov. 17. 3 Prov. 15. 11. how much more then the A. of men 21. 2. but the Lord pondereth the A. 31. 6. give wine to those that be of heavy A. Jer. 48. 41. mighty men's A. of Moah like a woman I'.zek. 32. 9. I will also vex the A. of many people Dan. 11.27. both these k.'s A. shall be to do mischief Luke 1. 17. turn the A. of the fathers to the children

2. 35. that the thoughts of A. may be revealed 21. 26. signs in the sun, men's A. failing them

Acts 1. 24. which knowest the A. of all men. 15. 8. Rom. 8. 27. he that searcheth the A. know eth the 16. 18. by fair speeches deceive the A. of the simple 1 Cor. 4. 5. make manifest the counsels of the A. Rev. 2. 23. I am he that searcheth the reins and A,

Our HEARLS. Josh. 2. 11. as soon as we heard, our A. did melt

1 Kings 8. 58. that he may incline our A. to him Acts 14. 17. filling ojir A. with food and gladness Rom. 5. 5. the love of God is shed abroad in cur A.

2 Cor. 1. 22. given the earnest of the Spirit in our A.

3. 2. ye are our epistle written in our A.

4. 6. Go

I Thess. 2. 4. but pleasing God, who trieth our A. Heh. 10. 22. our A. sprinkled from an evil conscience

1 JoAn 3. 19. and shall assure our A. before him

TAeir HEARTS.

Lev. 26. .36. I will send a faintness into tAeir A. 41. if then tAeir uncircumcised A. be humhleil

Judg. 9. 3. their A. inclined to follow Abimelech 16. 25. when their A. were merry, they said 19- 22. as they were making' their A. merry

2 CAron. 6. 14. walk before thee with all their A. 11. 16. such as set their A. to seek the Ix)rd Go

Job 1 . 5. it may be my sons have cursed G . in their h. Psal. 28. 3. speak peace, but mischief is in their A.

.33. 15. he fashioneth their A. alike, he considers

.35. 25. let them not say in their A. ah, so would we

74. 8. they saiil in their A. let us destroy them

81. 12. I gave them up to their own A. lust

125. 4. and to them that are upright in thetr A. Isa. 44. 18. hath shut /. A. they cannot understand Jer. 31. 33. and write my law in tAeir A. Heh. 8. 10.

.32. 40. but 1 will put my fear in /. A. not to depart Ezek. 1.3. 2. that prophesy out of tAeir own A. Hos. 7. 2. and they consider not in their A. ZecA. 7. 12. yea, ttiey made their A. as an a

3. 5. being grieved for the hardness of their A.

4. 15. taketh away word sow n in /. A. I.7ike 8. 12. Luke 1. 51. scattered proud in imaginations of /. A. <56. all that heard laid them up in their A.

3. 15. all men mused in /. A. of .lohn, whether Ch. Acts 7. 39. in their A. turned back again to Egypt Rom. 1.24. through the lustof /Aei'r A. to

2. 15. shew the work of the law w ritten in their A. Col. 2. 2. that tAeir A. might be comforted , being knit Heh. .3. 10. said, they do always err in their A. Rev. 17. 17. God hath put in /A«ir A. to fulfil his will

Your HEARTS. Gen. 18. 5. comfort ye your A. after that paw on Dent. 20. 3. O Israel, let not your A. faint, fear not

.32. 46. set your A. to all the worils which I testify Joih. 23. 14. and ye know in all your A. and souls

24. 23. incline your A. to the Lord Go

7. 3. if ye return to the I.ord with all yotir A. and prepare yoKr A. to the Ix)iid to serve him only .Ter. 42. 20. ye dissembled in your A. when ye sent ZecA. 8. 17. let none of voii imasine evil in your h. .Mat, 9. 4. .lesus said, wlieref. think ye e\ il in y. A./

18. :\o. if ye from yimr A. forgive not every one

19.8. because of the hardness of y. A. sutfereil you Mark 2. 8. why reason ye these things in your h. ? Luke 5. '^. .lesus said, what reason ye in yioir A. .'

16. 15. ye justify yourselves, (iod knoweth yiur h. 21. 14. settle it in your h. not to meditate before

34. lest at any time youi h. be overcharged 24. 38. anil why do thoughts arise in your A.? Hal. 4. 6. (Jod sent the Spirit of his Son into your A. Eph. .3. 17. that Christ may dwell in your A. by faith ."i.lii. making meloily in y. A. to the Ix)rd, C1.1. 3.16. 6. 22. I sent that he might comfort your A. I'hil. 4. 7. shall keep your A. and minds through I hrist Jcius

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Col. 3. 15. let the peace of God rule in j/our h. 4. 8. might know your eslale and com tort i^ffur h.

1 2'/««. 3. 13. he may establish i^our h. unblameable

2 Thess. 2. 17- comfort j«>a/- h. and stablish >ou 3. 5. the Lord direct ymir h. into the love of God

Jam. 3. 14. if ye have strife inym(r h. glory not

4. 8. and purify ymir h. ye double-minded

5. o. have been wanton, ye have nourished ymir h.

8. be ye also patient, stablish your h. the coming

1 Pet. 3. 15. sanctify the Lord God in your h.

2 Pe/. 1.19. till day dawn, and daystarariseint/.A.

HKAHTY. Ftov. 27. 9. so the sweetness of a friend by A. couns.

HEAT. Cen. 8. 22. cold, h. summer, winter, shall not cease

18. 1. sat in the tent-door in the h. of the day Kxod. lU + 8. and he went out in the A. of anger Veul. 29.24. what meaneth the A. of this great auger?

32.24. they shall be devoured with burning A. 1 Sam. 11. 11. slew the Ammonites till h. of the day £ iiam. 4. 5. and they came about the A. of the day 1 Kings 1. 1. buthe gat no A. |i 2. my lord may gel A. Job 6. t 17. ice and snow vanish in the A. thereof

24. 19. drought and A. consume the snow waters

30. .30. m^ SKin black, my bones are burnt with A. I'sal. 19. t). there is nothing hid from the h. thereof i'.ccl. 4. 11. if two lie together, then they have A. Jsa. 4. 6. a shadow in the day-time from A. 23. 4.

18. 4. I will take my rest, like a clear A. on herbs, and like a cloud of dew in the A. of harvest

25. 5. as the It. in a dry place, even the A.

49. 10. neither shall the A. nor sun smite them Jer. 17.8. and shall not see u-hen A. cometh .36. 31). dead body shaH be cast out in the day to A. 51. .S9. in their A. J will make their feasts E^ek. 3. 14. and 1 went in the A. of my spirit Jlos.T. <5. have made him sick with A. through wine Mat. 20. 12, have borne the burden and A. of the day Jl,uke 12. 55. when south-Wind blow, there will be A. ylcts 28. 3. there came a viper out of the A. Jam. 1. 11. the .sun no sooner risen with a burning A. fi Pet. 3. 10. the elements shall melt with fervent A,

HEAT. Dan. 3. 19. A. the furnace more than wont to be

heated HEATED. T>an. 3. 19. the furnace more than wont to be A. Uos.T. 4. are adulterers, as an oven A. by the baker

HEATH. Jer. 17. 6. he shall be like the A. in the desert 48. 6. tiee, and be like the A. in the wilderness

HEATHEN. Lev. 25. 44. bond-men shall be of the A. round you 26. 45. whom 1 brought tbrth in sight of (he A". 2. ■Sam. 22.44. kept me to be head ot A. Psal. 18. 4.3. £ Ktnirs]6.3. walked according to the abominations of the A. 17. 15. 1 21. 2. 2 CAr. 28. 3. j 36. 14. 17. B. Israel walked in the statutes of the A.

11. as did the A. whom the Lord carried away 1 Chron. 16. 35. s

33. 2. but did like to the abominations of the A.

9. Manasseh made .ludah to do worse than the A. Ezra 6. 21. as had separated fromfilthinessofthe A. 2ieh. 5. 8. we redeemed the Jews who were sold to A.

9. because of the reproach of the A. our enemies

6. 16. all the A. that were about us saw these things I'sal. 2. 1. why do the A. rage ? Acts 4. 25.

8. I shall give thee the A. tor thy inheritance

9. 5. thou hast rebuked the A. thou hast destroyed

15. the A. are sunk in the pit that they made 9. 19- arise, let the A. be judged in thv sight

10. 16. the A. are perished out of his land

33. 10. the Lord brings the counsel of A. to nought 44. 2. we heard how thou didst drive out the A.

46.6. the A. raged, the kingdoms were moved 47. 8. God reigneth over the A. God sitteth on 59. 5. thou, therefore, awake to visit all the A.

8. thou shalt have all the A. in derision

78. 55. he cast out the A. also before them, 80. 8.

79. 1. the A. are come into thine inheritance

6. pour out thy wrath upon the It. Jer. 10. 25.

10. wherefore should the A. say, where is their

God f let him be known among the A. 115. 2. 94. 10. he that chastiseth the It. shall not he correct ? 98. 2. he hath openly shewed in the sisht of the A. 102. 15. the A. shall fear the name of the Lord 105. 44. and gave them the lands of the h. 106. 41. and he gave tliem into the hand of the A.

111.6. he may give them the heritage of the A. 1.35. 15. the idols of the It. are silver and gold

149.7. to execute vengeance upon the A. Jin. 16. 8. the lords of the A. have broken down Jer. 10. 2. learn not way of the A. be not dismayed at

signs of heaven, for the A. dismayed at them 49. 14. an ambassador is sent to the A. saying iam. 1.10. seen that the A.entered into her sanctuary JCzek. 7.24. I will bring the worst of the A.

11. 12. but have done after the manners of A. 20. 9. shouKi not be polluted before the A. 14. 22.

32. that yesay, we will be as the A.

41. 1 will be sanctified before the A. 28. 25.

22. 4. I have made thee a reproach to the A.

16. take thine inheritance in sight of the A.

23. .30. thou hast gone a whoring after the A.

25. 7. I will deliver thee for a spoil to the A.

8. behold, the house of Judah islike toall the A. .30. .3. day is near, it shall be time of the It.

31. 11. into the hand of the mighty one of the A.

17 . that dwelt under his shadow m midst of the A.

34. 28. they shall no more be a prey to the A. 29. neither bear the shame of the A. any more '

36. 3. might be a possession to the residue of the A.

4. which became a derision to the residue of the A.

6. because ye have borne the shame of the A.

20. when they entered unto the It. whither

23. A. know I am L. .'W. I 37. 28. 1 38. 16. 1 .39. 7- .39. 21. and all the It. shall see my judgment Joel '2. 17. that the h. should rule over them 3. 11. and come, all ye It. and gather yourselves

12. let the A. be wakened, and comeupto valley of Jeboshaphat, there will 1 sit to judge all the A.

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Amos 9. 12. they may possess remnant of all the h. Chad. 15. the day of the Lord is near on all the Ai

16. so shall all the It. drink continually Mic. 5. 15. 1 will execute fury upon the A. Hah. 3. 12. thou diiist thresh the A. in anger Zeph. 2. 1 1. all the isles of the It. shall worship him Hag. 2. 22. 1 will destroy the strength of the A. Zech. 1. 15. I am sore displeased with the A. 9. 10. and he shall speak peace to the A. 14. 14. the wealth of all the A. shall be gathered 18. the plague wherewith Lord will smite the A. Mat. 6. 7. use not vain repetitions as the A. do 18. 17. let him be to thee as an A. man and publican 2 Cor. 11. 26. in perils by the A. in perils in the sea lial. 2. 9. that we should go unto the A. 3. 8. that God would justify the A. through faith

Among the HEATHEN. Lev. 26. 33. 1 will scatter you ammtg the A. and land be desolate, Jer. 9. 16. Ezek. 20. 23. 1 22. 15. 38. and ye shall perish among the A. and the land Deut. 4. 27. ye shall be left few in number amo?;^ A. 2 Ham. 22. 50. I will give thanks to thee, O Lord, among A. and sin" praises to thy name, Ps. 18. 49. 1 Chro7i. 16. 24. declare his glory among A. P>. 96. 3. Neh. 5. 17. that came to us from among the h. 6. 6. it is reported ammtg the A. Gashmu saith it Psal. 44. 11. thou hast scattered us among the A. 14. thou makestus a by-word ammtg the A. 46. 10. I am God, I will be exalted amon<7 theh. 79. 10. let him be known among the A. in sight 96. 10. say among the A. that the Lord reigneth 106. 35. but they were mingled ammtg the A. 47. save us, O Lord, and gather us from among A. 111). 6. he shall judge among the A. he shall till 126. 2. said among the A. L. hath done great things Jer. 18. 13. ask among the A. who heard such things 49. 15. 1 will make thee small among the A. Lam, 1. 3. she dwelleth among the A. she findeth 4. 15. said among the A. they shall no more sojourn

20. under his shadow we shall live among the A. Ezek. 11. 16.tho' 1 havecastthem i&r oK among the It.

12. 16. may declare their abominations among t. A. 16. 14. thy renown went forth among the A. 36. 19. and 1 did scatter them among the A.

21. which Israel profaned among the A. 22,23. 24. 1 will take you from among theh. 37. 21. 30. no more reproach of famine among the A.

39. 21. and I wul set my glory among the A. 28. caused them to be led into captivity among A.

Joel 2. 19. no more make you a reproach among t. A.

Uiad. 1. an ambassador is sent atnong the A. 2. behold, I have made thee small among the A.

Hab. 1. 5. behold ye among the A. regard, wonder

Zech. 8. 13. that as ye were a curse among the h.

Mai. 1. 11. my name shall be great among the A. 14. and my name is dreadful amon^ the A.

Gal. 1. 16. that 1 might preach him among the h. HEAVE.

Num. 15. 20. as ye do heave-offering, so shall ye A. it HEAVED.

Eiod. 29. 27. is A. of the ram of consecration

Aum. 18. 30. when ye have A. the best thereof, 32.

See Offeking, Shoulder.

HEAVEN.

Heaven and earth, in Gen. 1. 1. are vsed for the substance and common matter of all sensible crea- tures. Heaven i> often taken for the air: 'Ihe fowls of heaven, are the birds which fy in the air. Job 35. 11. The dew of heaven, the clouds of heaven, the winds of heaven ; in all which pas- sages, heaven isjyut for the air.

The stars are placed in heaven, or in the firmament, Gen. 1. 17. They are called the host or army of heaven, Uetit. 17. 3. God, like a powerful monarch, calleth them by their names, and giveth them hts orders. The God of the Hebrews is named, not only by the Jews, btit also by the hea- thejis ajid strange people, the God of Heaven, Ezra 1. 2. I 5. 11. j 6. 9, 10. 1 7- 12- Jonah 1. 9. because the Jews adored notltijtg sensible, and said, their God was in heaven; that there he had his throne, and exercised his sovereign dominion over all creatures.

The heaven of heavens is the highest heaven, as the song of songs is the most excellent song, the God of gods, the Lord of lorcb ; the greatest of the gods, the mor-t powerful of lords. Irom these passages it appears, that the Hebrews acknow- ledged three heavens : (1) The aerial heaven, where the birds fly, the tcinds blow, and the show- ers are formed. (2) The heaven, or firmament , wherein the stars are disposed. (3) The heaven of heavens, or the third heaven, which is the place of God's residence, the dwelling of angels and the blessed. This is the true palace of God, entirely separated from the impurities and imperfections, the alterations and changes, of the lower world; where he reigns in eternal peace. It is the temple of the divine Majesty, where his excellent glory' is revealed in the most conspicuovs manner. It is the habitation of his holiness, the place where his honour dwells. It is the sacred mansion of light, and joy, and glory.

Heaven, or heavens, is put for God, who dwelleth and reigneth there. Dan. 4. 26. After thou shalt have known that the heavens do rule. So in Luke 15. 21. I have sinned against heaven. Also for the angels ijt heaven. Job 15. 15. The heavens are not clean in his sight ; the angels that dwell in heaven are net pure stmply , perjectly, and comparatively to God. It is put also for the visible church. Rev. 12. 7, 9. There was war in heaven. Heaven by an hyperbole is put for a great height. Deut. 1. 28. T heir cities are w ailed up to heaven. It is taken for great glory and royal majesty, Isa. 14. 12. Liow art thou fallen from heaven, O Lucifer, son of the morning! speaking of the overthrow of the king of Babylon Aj/ /Ae Medes anrf Persians.

The enjoyment of the divine presence in heaven, is the supreme and everlasting felicity of the saints; whatsoever is reguitite to their complete

HEA

blessedness is enjoyed there ; there is an exemp- tion from all evils; sin and all Site penal con- seguences are aboltshed; the body is revived to a glorious ItJ'e, and the soul lives in communion with God and Christ. 'J he understanding there shall he clearly enlightened with the knowledge of God. Here the revelation of God, in his works and word, is according to our capacities, hut in heaven it is most glorious, and our facul- ties are raised and refined to receive it. 'The communion also of the angels and saints in hea- ven affords the purest pleasure. And the fulness of J"i' '" heaven is everlasting, without defect, and without end. Gen. 1. 1. in the beginning God created A. and earth 8. and (iod called the hrmament A. 14. let there be lights in the firmament of A. 15.

20. fowl that may fly in the open firmament of A,

7. 11. and the windows of A. were opened

8. 2. and the windows of A. were stopped

14. 19. most high God, pos-sessorof A. ande»/th,22.

19. 24. Lord rained fire from the Lord out of A.

21. 17. the angel of God called to Hagar out of A.

22. 11. the angel called to Abraham out of A. 15.

27. 28. God give thee of the dew of A. 39.

28. 17. and he said, this is the gate of h.

49. 25. shall bless thee with blessings of A. above Exod.W. 11. six days 1x1. made A. and earth, 31. I7.

24. 10. as it were the body of A. in his clearness l^v. 26. 19. 1 will make your A. as iron, earth brass Veut. 4. 11. the mountain burned to the midst of A. 26. I call A. and earth to witness, .30. 19. 1 31. 28.

32. ask from the one side of A. to the other

36. out of A. he made thee hear his voice

10. 14. behold, the A. and A. of heavens, Ps. 115. 16, 11. 11. and drinketh water of the rain of A. 17. he shut up A. 1 Kings 8. 35. 2 CAr. 6. 26. 1 7. 13.

21. be multiplied as the days of A. on the earth 28. 12. open the A. to give thee rain ir his season

23. the A. that is over thy head shall be brass .30. 4. scatter thee to the utmost part of A. A'eA. 1.9. 33. 13. for the precious things of A. for tne dew

26. Godof Jeshurunrideth upon the A. in thy help

1 Sam. 2. 10. out of h. shall he thunder on them

2 Sam. 18. 9. he was taken up between A. and earth

21. 10. till water dropped on them out of A.

22. 8. the foundations of A. moved and shook

1 Kings 8. 27. behold, the A. and the A. of heavens

cannot contain thee, 2 Chron. 2. 6. 16. 18. 35. when A. is shut up, ana there is no rain 18. 45. mean while the A. was black with clouds

2 Kings\9. 15. thou art God of all kingdoms, then

hast made A. and earth, 2 CAr. 2. 12. Neh. y.6. 1 Chron. 21. 16. angel stood between A. and eajtli Job 11. 8. it is as high as h. what canst thou do

20. 27. the A. shall reveal his iniquity, earth rise -ip 22. 12. is not God in height of A. ? behold height

14. and he walketh in the circuit of A. 26. 11. the pillars of A. tremble at his reproof 38. 29. the hoary frost of A. who hath gendered it.'

33. knowest thou the ordinances of A. f

37. or who can stay the bottles ot A. ?

Psal. 19. 6. his going forth is from the end of i.

20. 6. he will hear him from his holy A. 69. 34. let A. and earth praise him, the seas 78. 23. and though he opened the doors of A.

24. and had given them of the corn of A. 89. 29. his throne to endure as the days of A. 103. 11. for as the A. is high above the earth 105. 40. he satisfied them with the bread of A. 115. 15. the Lord who made A. and earth, 121. 2.

I 124. 8. 1 1.34. 3. I 146. 6. Isa. 37. 16. Jer. 32. 17. Acts 4. 24. I 14. 15. Eev. 14. 7.

147. 8. who coveretli A. with clouds, who prepaies

148. 13. his glory is above the earth and A. Prov. 25. 3. the h. for height, the earth for deptn Isa. 13. 5. they come from far, from the end of A.

40. 12. who hath meted out A. with a span ? 66. 1. A. my throne, earth my footstool, ActsT. 49. Jer. 7. 18. to make cakes to the queen of A. 10. 2. and be not ilismayed at the signs of A.

23. 24. do not I fill A. and earth ! saith the Lord

31. .37. if A. above can be measured

33. 25. if I have not appointed ordinances of A.

44. 17. to burn incense to queen of A. 18, 19, 25.

49. .36. four winds from the four quarters of A.

51. 15. hath stretched out the A. by his understand. 48. the A. and earth shall sing for Habyton Lam. 4. 19. our enemies swifter than the eagles of A. Ezek. 8. 3. the Spirit lifted me between earth and A.

32. 7. I will cover the A. and make the stars dark 8. the lights of A. will I make dark over thee

Dan. 4. 15. be wet with dew of A. 23. 25, .33. I 5. 21. 35. doeth according to his will in the army of A. .37. now I extol and honour the King of A. 5. 23. hast lifted up thyself against the Ix)rdof A.

7. 2. the four wincis ot A. strove upon the sea 13. one like Son of man, came with clouds of A.

8. 8. four horns toward the four winds of A. 11.4. his kingdom divided toward four winds of A.

Amos 9. 6. he that buildeth his stories in the A. Hag. 1. 10. the A. over you is stayed from dew Zech. 2. 6. 1 have spread you as the four winds of A. 5. 9. lifted the ephah between the earth and A. Mai. 3. 10. if I will not open the windows of A. Mat. 5. 18. till A. and earth pass, one jot not pass

34. nor swear by A. it is Go

23. 22. he that shall swear by A. sweareth by God

24. 30. then shall appear the sign of the Son of man coming in the clouds of A. 26. 64. Mark 14. 62.

31. gather elect from one end of A. to the other

35. A. earth shall pass away, Mark 13. 31. Luke

21. .^3.

36. no, not the angels of A. but my Father only Mark 13. 27. gather his elect fiom utmost part of A. Luke 3. 21. and Jesus praying, the A. was opened

4. 25. when the A. was shut iip three years

15. 18. father, I have sinned against A. 21.

16. 17. it is easier for A. and earth to pass

21. 26. for the powers of A. shall be shaken John 1. 51. hereaifter ye shall see A. open, and angels

HE A

6. 14. h. departed as a scroll wlien it is rolled

8. 13. an angel flyina throuiih tiie midst ox h. 14. 6.

10. 6. wlio created h. and the t'.iinL'S tlicrein

11. 6. tliese have power to sluit h. that it rain not

16. 17. came a jrreat voice out of the temple of h 21. there fell on men a ereat hall out oth.

18. CO. rejoice over htr, tliou h.

19. 17. to all the to«U that rt\ in the midst of h. CO. 9. and tile tamedovui tiom do I oiit(Jt A

ll.earthand /( tied ana\ , an 1 ther m is no pi ice 21. 1. 1 saw a ntu h aiulnrt'i, thetnst // pi-std . 10. holy Jerus.demdtii.cndinj outer /i.IiumOod .bee 1 ow 1 . I ci\> I s. Irom Hr \M \. Cen. 8. C. and the ram Iram It was rftiained Eroii. Iti. 4. I will laui brtad ti »t h foi \ou CO. CC. 1 have t liked with \ou /r, /« A \e'/ IS i)ei;r.C6.15.1ook down f; in h l^a Oi. Ij /"' > >i C8. 24. asdust/r/;« //.shall it come downi ii tie Josli. 10. 11. Lor least !,ie d stones frum h on them Jvdg. 5. 20. tliey tou.ht \tO'n h. the s'ars tou_ht 2 .Vam. 22. 14. lord thi idned \ oin h ano utteicd e Kings 1. 10. then let hie c > i e duv.i\Jum h ai d thtre carie down tire rrc/ t 1' 14. 1 C^ron. 21. 26 he aiis \eiei' hi n dun i le

£ C/inni. 6. 21 hear tiiou fr, m /i 21, '."

7. 1. the tire

i\(?/i. 9. 15. sa\ est them lietd ;/ m h ti>rhun_>r

27. thev critd. thou heirde^r tl em i . ;;/ /;. .u Jik 1. lei", the tne ot (.od i, tdlen ln>'i li. P.'al. 14. 2. tlie [ ord loohed Cow ii i o ii li )1 J .•i3. 13. the Lord looketh ti m h. and be' oldeth S7-3. shallseudyr, m'l an 1 ^ i\e me .n .irtpio-ich 76. 8. didst cause lud-m^nt tJ be ht \x 1 (; m k W. 14. O (;od, look AK,\\n ti n I ii Irotn It 23. the kim. saw an h( 1\ one copiin_ dow n /n m h 31. fell a voRe/Aiwi /( saxni-.kin-d isdeiaitid from thee Vat ! l" I vk^ , ,J J im 1- .^b. il/«f. 16. 1. he WDul i shtw them ,t si_n m .„ „ 21. 25. the Ivptism ot lohn, when e w as it ir,m It. cr ot men Ma '11 ,0 ' nf -M 1 C8.2. there wis i.ieU I uthquake Xu tli.

17. 29. it rallied tire anil bi m stone f /i i n Sodom

21. 11. and areat signs sliall tliere be r »i ft

22. 43. appealed an anjel _; It stien,themng hmi J:ili)i 1.32. 1 saw the spii it dcsceiiiimj tt m It

3. 13. but he that came down liomli o .>

27. receive nothm_',t icept it lie s.nen himj om h.

31. he that come-h /;

.32. Moses gaveyuu not tint liready; up I

3«. I came /t,^m /; not to do mme own v ill ^2.

41. bread which came down f/om/j )i 51,. '>8 Actsl. 2. suddenU there can ea sound yrum h. 9. 3. a light./, /j shmed about him 22 20.13. 11. 5. as it had been a git nt slutt 'et downy,()/« /;.

9. but the voice answered me i am tiotn It

14. 17. in that he di I good, and gave us lam t It Mom.l. 18. the wrath or (.od is ie\ i dtd ft urn It 1 Cor. 15. 47- the second man is tin I ord Irt m It iCor. 5. 2. clotheil on with oui house th-iX x^ It, m It. Gal. 1.8. an an- el trom It pi each aii\ othei Lospel

1 Tliess.l. 10 and towait tor his Sonyr««i /i.^ 4. 16. the Lonl himselt shilldesienl tiumn

2 'riies.t 1.7. the loid lesu^shall b< rexeakdf It i/fi. 12. 25. it turn tioni hm thatspiakdl /; m It 1 i'tM. 12.b\ the n that hasepeac h-d tie, ospd

to you wi'h the IloK {, host sent liuwnjiuiii It. T!ei: ii. 10. and there tell a Lreat stai Jtotn It.

9. 1. and 1 saw a star tMlttm It to thi eait'i

10. 4. I hearilavoice.?. It. st d uptnosi thu _s ,,n 1

write them not, 8 I 11 1..I14 2,1 I lu 1 13. 13. that hemaketh tire come djwnyri/;i/i. Vt (lOU of Inn en Hoit, or hust^ It \\\ \VI \ />™f. 4. 19.sccsttheA. ,t It sliouldest worship him 17; 3. hath gone and woishippid the // t ,t It. 1 /viwy.> 22. 10 1 saw the 1 t 1,1 sittnu on the throne, ■Ant\x\w li,iltl h standm-'b\ hiin,2(/ir ia.lt, C hinijm. 11, Isr.telwoisliiipidthe /M.ni//i 21. 3. Man;tss(h worslnppul // .; 1 It liltr V\ 3 5. he built altars toi the /j >(

23. 4. .losiah bioiuht out Ms^nlsma.!. toi /, ,>/ /, 5. put down them that burnt imiiist to A. ,t It

:Stli. 9. 6. thou hast madi thi n. ot hi neus with their /wi/, and till /;,.((.( /i woi shiiip. th thee Jsa. .34. 4. all thi /, u of It shall bi .lisM.K.d J^r. 8. 2. thev shall spuadthem b, loiethi // of It 19. 13. they buint inicnse to all ihi h t , t It .33. 22. as the All.? tit < aiini t bi mmibiied i'an.8. 10. It wavul Luat, t\in toth. It ^t ol" It Xep/i. 1. 5. I will tut oil Ihim tint w 01 ship /, ,; /,. Mcts't. 42. fc'ave thi 111 up to woiship the /icor ,; h.

7n 1 1 1 \ \ I N . £rorf. 20.4. nor likencssot any Ihinsriw/j. Viut 5 8 X)«W. 3. 24. what god ih/i candoliki thy works'

4. 39. that the I^i d he is ( . tu I,, abov e and r ai th 30. 12. it is not ttih. that thou shouldest say , w ho

Josh.i. 11. foi Ix3rii\(>ui (i he isdoil uiA.above

1 hmgs^. 23. is no CjOiI like thteiH/j. 2C/ir.0. 14. ;». hear thou im h 32, 31, lo, id ti, 45, 49.

2 KtngsT, 2 it tlie Iml make window sin h 19.

1 Chron. 29. 11 all that is i« h. and earth is tlime

2 f'Ar. 20. 6. lAird (.od. art not thou (.od in h.'> Joh 16. 19. also now behold, my witness is in It. I'ial »l 4 th« Lord's throne isin/i.his eyes beliold

HE A

Pi. 73.25. w liom h.ive I in It. but thee, none on eartli

7". IH. the voice of thy thunder w as m tlie It.

"8. 26. he caused an east wind to blow in the h.

89. 6. who in It. can be compared to the Ixird .' .37. shall be eetablisheil as a faithful witness inh.

113. 6. Immbleth himself to behold thin"S iit h.

119. 89. for ever, Lonl, thy word is settled in h.

1.35. 6. that liid he in It. and earth, in the seas Keel. 5. 2. for (lod is in It. and thou upon earth I'a 34 5 foi mv sword shall be bathed /«/; behold Jtr 8 7. sea, thestoik m It hnoweth her times Uatt 2. 28 there is a e.od i« /i that levealtth secrete

J7 woiketh si_ii, and won leis ui/i and earth JnlL 1 o he that builm tll his s'ollts in the It Vitf 5 12 leioKctoi yieit Is \our rcwaid i« /i

lo and -h iit\ youi lathti who is ti It

4 >. the childiea ot y t in 1 at! tr who is !h /; IP be ptitect, asvoui I athci in It. is perfect

6 " l>ri\ ^e,oul 1 atriei whiihartiw/i Luit 11 2 10 will l.i don-oii eaith, .siti., inli. Lult 11 2

20 butlis up roi vouisehes tieasuns i« /

7 11 shdlvour tathei ml. m t good thm5,s

21 thit doth tl e will ot m\ father ;;; /( 1, yci. 10 i: him will 1 coihrss betoie 1 IV 1 ather ;« /i

)i him will 1 deiis betort n>s I atl el in It

10 17 butiiiv 1 ather which Is (« /( levealedit

I ). sh ill be bound ,« /i be loosed ni A Ic* li.

18. lu. de-pise n )f these little (lis in It an.,Llsdo

d\ a\s Ichol Ithe 'ice ct n\ 1 athei ;/i /i n shall bi done toi th. m ot ms I'ather 111 It ID 21 tl on shrfit hice tieisure i« A. i;(Xcl8 22 2^ icl ale as the an.'els ot Go 1 ;« A lj«'^ 12 25 - 5 'or cm Is \ our 1 athei w 1 is ;; A 2. 1 ' s[ dl appeal the si-n ot till '-onot n an ni A 2o 18 all i« wei Is _i\eii to in" in It. and in earth V irl 11 ,0 noi will \ oui 1 ather in h toi _ii e \ ou 1> ."). the powfis that are /;; A s|,

J 1 0, II It the mji-ls wnich aic ./i A noi the 'sen LidtO.i I 1 h I oil s 01.1 lew aid Is _i eat l« A. In 20 be au-i vom na ncs aie written i« A

1 I 7 ION s'lill he it; '; oMi cmt smnei that repent 1 1 18. peace in I an I _lor\ in the hi,hest

J lilt 1 1 ) ev en the son 01 man w ho is m It Itt-iZ 10 I w ill s' ew wondeis i/i A. aboveaiid sun> 1( r. I 5 an 1 called ,.0 is whetheiuiA oiineartli Fph 1.10 he muht _ather in one, thm_s w A i 15 otwl 0111 the \holetaml\ in It is in i ed

6 o. km Mil., mat voiii n istei is i« A ( / i 1 i't:l/ J 10 exels Lu eshouldbow otthm.sl;'/

\ 2 ) OUI conviisiti. 11 Is (« A tio 11 whence wc look C / 1 J 1 til. lop which islinu.pt 1 \oui;/A lo b\ him wi le ill thn _s ( leit. t thit ai.- i« / ,u b\ liim to uconcilc

1 J 't t j.~ theie air tmee that oc "i recoiil m It. Kt^.i 1 and behold, a d( or w Is oDened I'i A

2. a throne was set m It and one sit 011 tne thi one 5 ; no m.ui in It 01 eaitli was able to open book

li e\ei\ creature ,/. /( sa\ m_', blessii _•, honoui P 1 w.,s ..dene, in 't 1 11 15 gieat \oi( es <« A.

11 19 the ten pie or Goil w s opened ikA.

12 1 thiir appea'-ed a _reit w.m lei i;i A i

7 tbeie was w i ;,; A Mii h lel and his angtU !- n. 1 w i> then plict touiid a]i\ moie i« A. lo 1 hen 1 a lou 1 \oict sa\ ma in 't 10 1. li to blisphtnie the 1 that d veil !k A 14 17 nn.tlt mc out ot the temple wl ich isin A 1".. 1 1 iw aiiothei M_n 1/1 A -i. at an.i mai \ ell

5 the tihiii I le Oi testimonv in It w is opmei

19. 14. the arn les th it were 11 It Xi Uowed him

hit HI WIN

2 hini 2 1 the I .id \ ould t ike u|i 1 liiah ;«iu A

II I liiah went up l)\ a whirlwind tit It P a'. 1 )l b. ir 1 rtsceii 1 ,nto It thou ait theie

P. I W 4 whohitlia-cendcliK/ A ' li, m 10 6. /.«. 14. li thou 1 1st sai 1, 1 will aSLcnd i it, It.

l/wrX 10 10 the I ord was reciutd u|) / It IuU'2 15 as til" dn_els weie -one awa\ i/(/(» A.

24 51. he wa- pal ted tioi 1 thei 1, m 1 leil up ; tto It

.ht^ \ 11 -a^in.' up ;/ M / t iktii tiom voii ;; Aj A

lesus sh ill CO lie ts\eh /i

7 ij -tepiii II lo.ike.l upstedt istU ,«(() A .md saw 10 10 the vessel wasllielM I up !«/. A. 11 10.

ll.'i I -t butr«/iA itsilr toappiii toi is

1 Pit 0. 22. who is-'ont i; r ) A.oiiri_litlitud ot God

•^.C KlNCIKIlI

III \\ I \ lomt 1 wi h ./nrt Cm 1 17. (.od Sit tors m the tii 1 ament ot It

,2 17.1 will n iilli))l\ tin seid IS t trs i,X It '6 4

J T it i.' 1 i 1 ( Itini. 27 2> \(A .5

Pi lit. I 10 \ou an this i'. \ as /,.,otA 10 ,'

2'. t, whiii isvcwiii IS t,i . ot A t.ii 111 iltitude ]a li 10 the tai^ot/t s 1 ill n. f .ive luht J -li i2 7. I will coxir 'i mdmike/ir diik

\ (A 3 10 multipluil much lilts as ta . ot A

M It 24 .». thi .Mr, shdl till tioniA !/«-/ 1 i 25 11, t. li and thi

12. 4. his till I'lew the thil.i puti t tar, oX I.

I, 111 i\ 1 N 01 10 /« 111 \\ 1 \

Cin 11.4 ilowii whosi toi) Ma\ It iih ic'i/i A.

28 12 a lad lei mil the top ot it le idled c A Ihnt 1 28 the cities _ii It anil w ill. d up '. '1 9. 1

4 10 and lest dio.i lot up tiim. tees t , it

lO 1: wh.ishall .oiipt. I us:,. A ni.i bi m, it to us

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Lulie 18.13. not lift up so much as Ins eyeimitoh.

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2 Ccir. 12. 2. such an one cauaht up to third h.

Irev. 10. 5. the angel lifted up his hand 1.. fi. 11. 12. and they ascended up to I,, in a cloud 18. 5. lor her si'ns have reached vnto It. To::aid HE.AVEN.

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HED

Jer. C. 12. be astonished, O ye h. and be afraid

4. 23. 1 beheld the h. and they had no light Co. all the birds of the h. were fled, 9. 10.

28. for this shall tlie earth mourn, h. above black 10. 11. the gods that have not made the h. and the

earth shall perish, and from under these h.

14. 22. or can the h. give showers .' art not tJiou he Ijun. 3. 66. destroy tliein from under the h. of [the Lord E«*. 1. 1. that the A. were opened. Mat. 3. 16. Dan. 4. 26. shalt have known that the h. do rule J/iM. 2. 21. 1 will hear the A. they shall hear the earth Joell. 10. the A. shall tremble, sun and moon be dark

3. 16. and the h. and the eartli shall shake Hah. 3. 3. Ciod came, his glory covered the A. iCec A. 6. 5. these are the four spirits of the A.

8. 12. and the A. shall give their dew Mat. 21. 2y. the powers of the A. shall be shaken Hark 1. 10. and coming up, he saw the A. opened Acts 2. .^4. for David is not ascended into the A.

7. 36. behold, I see the A. opened, and Son of man ileb. 1. 10. the A. are the work of thine hands

4. 14. we have an High-Priest that is passed into h.

7. 26. an High-Priest made higher than the A.

1 Pet. 3. 5. by the word of God the A. were of old 7. but the A. which are now, are kept in store 10. the A. shall pass away with a great noise 12. wherein the A. being on fire shall be dissolved

In the HEAVENS. Psal. 1. 4. he that sitteth in the A. shall laugh

18. 13. the Lord also thundered in the A.

36. 5. thy mercy, O Lord, is in the A. thy failhfuln.

89- 2. thy faithfulness shalt thou establish in the A.

103. 19. the Lord hath prepared his throne in the A.

1 13. 3. G otl is in the A. he hath done what pleased

123. 1. 1 lift my eyes, O thou that dwellest mrA« A. ]sa. 5. 30. the light is darkened <» the A. tliereof Jer. 10. 13. a multitude of waters in the A. 51. 16. iam. 3. 41. let us lift up our hearts to God in the It. Joel 2. 30. I will shew wonders in the A. I.uke 12. 33. a treasure in the h. which faileth not

2 Cor. 5. 1. house not made with hands, eternal in A. Jleb. 8. 1. of the throne of tlie Majesty in the A.

9. 23. Decessary tliat the patterns of things i» the h.

HEAVY. Cen. 41. + 31. for the famine shall be verj^ A.

48. 1 10. now the eyes of Israel were A. for age Etod. 5. i 9. let the work be A. upon the men

17. 12. Moses' hands were A. they took a stone

. 18. 18. for Uiis thine is too A. for thee, thou art not able to perform it thyself alone JVmot. 11. 14. not able, because it is too A. for me Jwrfff. 1. + .35. thehand of the house of Joseph was A. 1 Sam. 4. 18. for Eli was an old r.an anil h.

5. 6. hand of the L. was A. on them of Ashdod, 11. £ .Sam. 14. 26. because the hair was A. on him

1 Kings 12. 4. thy father's A. yoke lighter, we will serve thee, 10, 11, 14. 2 CAr. 10. 4, 10, 11, 14. 14. 6. for I am sent to thee with A. tidings 20. 43. king Ahab went to his house A. 21. 4.

8 Kings 6. f 14. the king sent to IJothan an A. host

18. + 17. Sennacherib sent to Hezekiah an A. host Is'eh. 5. 18. because the bondage was A. on people Joi 33. 7. neitJier shall my hand be A. upon thee J'sal. 32. 4. day and night tliy hand was A. on me

38. 4. as an A. burden tlicy are too A. for me

Prov. 25. 20. he that sineeth songs to an A. heart 27. 3. stone is A. and sand weighty, but fool's wrath 31. 6. give wine to those that be of A. hearts

Jsa. 6. 10. make their ears A. shut their eyes 24. 20. the transgression thereof shall be A. upon it 30. 27. with his anger, and the burden thereof is A. 46. 1. your carriages were A. loaden, are a burden 58. 6. is not this the fast, to undo the h. burdens ? 69. 1. neither his ear A. that it cannot hear

inm. 3. 7. hedged me atmut, hath made my chain A.

J\lat. 11. 2t!. come to mo, all ye tliat are A. laden 23. 4. for they bind A. burdens, and gr.ievous to be 26. 37. he began to be sorrowful, and very A. 43. for their eyes were very A. Marlk 14. 33, 40.

Luie 9. 32. that were witli him, were A. with sleep HEAVIEK,

Joi 6. 3. now it would be A. tlian the sand of tlie sea 23. 2. my stroke is h. than my groaning

Prov. 27. 3. a fool's wraili is A. than them both HEAVILY.

Ezod. 14. 25. fake otT wheels, so that drave them A.

Psal. 35. 14. 1 bowed down A. as one thatmoumeth

Jsa. 47. 6. on the ancient hast thou A. laid tiiy yoke HEAVINE-SS.

Esra 9. 5. at the evening sacrifice I rose from my A.

Ju*9. 27.if Isay, 1 willleaveoffmy A. and comfort

Psal. 69. 20. broken my heart, and 1 am full of A. 119. 28. my soul melteth for A. strengthen thou me

Prov. 10. 1. a foolish son is the A. of fiis mother 12. 25. A. in the heart of man maketh it stoop 14. 13. and the end of that mirth is A.

Jsa. 1. 14. ah sinful nation, apeopleof A. with iniq.

29. 2. and there shall be A. and sorrow

.30. + 27. with his anger, ami the burd. thereof is A.

61. 3. to give the garment of praise for spirit of A. Hum. 9. 2. that 1 have great A. and continual sorrow S Cor. 2. 1. I would not come again to you in A. PA»7. 2. 26. Epaphroditus my brother \vas full of A. Jam. 4. 9. let your joy tie turned into A. IPel. 1.6. tho now for a season, if need, ye are in A.

HEDGE. Joi 1. 10. hast thou not made an A. about him ? Prov. 15. 19. the way of slothful is an A. of thorns Jilccl. 10. 8. whoso breaketh a A. a serpent shall bite J'rt. 5. 5. 1 will take away the A. thereof S^am. 2. + 6. he hath violently taken away his A. .£«*. 13. 5. normadeuptheA.forthehouseof Israel

22. 30. I sought a man that should make up the A. JMic. 7. 4. the most upright sharper than a thorn A. Mark 12. 1. he set a A. about it, digged for wine-fat

HEDGE. ■ Uos. 2. 6. behold, I will A. up thy way with thorns

HEDGED. Job 3. 23. whose way is hid, whom God hath A. in

10. til. thou hast A. me with tiones and sinews XrOOT. 3. 7. he hath A. mc about, I cannot eet out 226

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T-tek. 13. + 5. ye have not A. up the hedge for Israel

Jfa^21 .33. planted a vineyard, and A. it round about

HEDGES.

1 Chr. 4. 23. those that dwelt amongst plants and A. Psal. 80. 12. hast thou broken down her A. .' 89. 40. Jer. 49. 3. lament and run to and fro by the A. A'nA. 3. 17. as grasshoppei's which camp in the A. Luke 14. 23. go out into the high-ways and A.

HEED.

2 Sam. 20. 10. but Amasa took no A. to the sword 2 Kings 10. 31. Jehu took no A. to walk in the law Psal. 119. 9. by taking A. according to thy word Prov. 17. 4. a wicked doer givetli A. to false lips Keel. 12. 9. the preacher gave good A. and sought out Jsa. 21. 7. he hearkened diligently with nmch A. Jer, 18. 18. let us not give A. to any of his words

19. give A. to me, O Lord, and hearken to voice Acts 3. 5. he gave h. unto tliem, expectin" to receive

8. 6. the people of Samaria gave A. to Philip

10. they gave A. to Simon from least to greatest 1 Tim. 1. 4. neither give A. to fables. Tit. 1. 14. 4.1. some giving A. to seducing spirits and doctrines Jleb. 2. 1. we ought to give the more earnest A. See 1'ake, HEEL, S. Gen. 3. 15. it bruise thy head, thou shalt bruise his A. 25. 26. his hand took hold on Esau's A. Has. 12. 3. 49. 17. Dan be an adder that bitetli the horse h. Job 13. 27. thou settest a print on the A. of my feet

18. 9. the gin shall fake him by the A. robber Pi. 41. 9. hath lift up his A. against me, JuAn 13. 18.

49. 5. when iniquity of my A. compass me about Jer. 13. 22. for tliine iniquity are thy A. made bare

HEIEEK. Gen. 15. 9. take me an A. of three years old, and goat hum. 19.2. bring a red A.J15. burn the A. in his sight

9. gather up the ashes of the A. and lay them up JJeut. 21. 3. the elders of that city shall take an A.

4. shal 1 strike off A. neck || 6. wash hands over the h. Judg. 14. 18. if ye had not plowed with my A. 1 Sam. 16. 2. tlie Lord said, fake an A. with thee Jsa. 15. 5. crv out for Moabasan A. of three years old Jer. 46. 20. Egypt is like a fair A. destruction comes

48. 34. uttered tlieir voice as an A. of three years

50. 11. because ye are grown fat as an A. at grass Hos. 4. 16. for Israel alidetb back, asa back.sliding A.

10. 11. and Ephraim is as an A. that is taught Jleb. 9. 13. the ashes of an A. sprinkling the unclean

HElGH'l. Gen. 6. 15. the A. of the ark shall be thirty cubits Exod. 25. 10. shalt make an ark of shittim-wood, a cubit and a half shall be A. of it, 23. 1 37. 1, 10. 27. 1. It. of tlie altar shall be three cubits, 38. 1. 18. A. of the court shall be five cubits, ."SB. 18. 30. 2. A. of altar of incense two cubits, 37. 23. 1 Sam. 16. 7- look not on the A. of his stature If. 4. Goliath's A. was six cubits and a span

1 Kings 6. 2. the A.of house of God was thirty cubits

20. the oracle twenty cubits in the A. thereof

26. the A. of the one cherub was ten cubits

7 2. the A. of the house of Lebanon thirty cubits 16. the A. of the one chapiter was five cubits 23. the A. of the molten sea was five cubits

27. the A. of one base was three cubits

2 Kings 19. 23. with multitudes of chariots I am

tome up to the A. of the mountains, Isa. 37. 24. 25. 17. the A. of one pillar was eighteen cubits

1 Chr. 33. 14. and raised it up a very great A. E^^ra 6. 3. the A. of God's house sixty cubits

Job 22. 12. is not God in the A. of heaven ? and behold the A. of the stars, how high they are Psal. 102. 19. Lord looked from A. of his sanctuary Prov. 25. 3. the heaven for A. the earth for depth Jsa. 7. 11. ask it in the depth, or iu the A. above Jer. 31. 12. they shall come and sing in the A. of Zion

49. 16. O thou that boldest the A. of the hill

51. 53. tho' she should fortify the A. of her strength Eiek. 17. 23. in mountain of the A. of Israel, 20. 40.

19. 11. she appeared in her A. with her branches 31.5. therefore his A. w as exalted above all the trees

10. because thou hast lifted up thyself in A.

14. that none of the trees exalt themselves for A. 32. 5. 1 will fill the valleys with thy A. Van. 3. 1. image of gold whose A. was sixty cubits 4. 10. 1 saw and beheld a tree whose A. was great

11. and the A. thereof reached unto heaven, 20. Amos'!. 9. whose A. was like tlie A. of cedars /^o7/i. 8. 39. nor A. nor depth shall be able to separate Eph. 3. 18. what is the A. of the love of Christ r Rev. 21. 16. the breadth and A. of the city are equal

HEIGHTS. Job o, + 8. which treadeth upon the A. of the sea

11. + 8. it is the A. of heaven, y«hat canst tliou do ? Psal. 95. + 4. the A. of the hills are his also

148. 1. praise the Lord, praise him in the A. Eccl. 10. t 6. folly is set in great A. rich sit low Jsa. 14. 14. 1 will ascend above die A. of the clouds 33. 1 16. he shall dwell on A. his place of defence

HEINOUS. Job 31. 11. for this is an h. crime, yea, an iniquity

HEIR, S.

Gen. 15. 3. and lo, one born in my house is mine A.

4. word came, saying, this shall not be thine A.

21. 10. Islimael shall not be A. with my son Isaac

Jtidg. 18. +7. there was no A. of restraint in the land

2 Sam. 14. 7. and we will destroy the A. also Prov. .30. 23. an handmaid that is A. to her mistress Jer, 49. 1. hath Israel no sons ? hath he no h.t

2. Israel shall be A. unto them that were his A. il/ic. 1.15. yet will I bring an A. unto thee, O inhab. Mat. 21. 38. this is the A. Mark 12. 7. Ei'l'e 20. 14. Uom. 4. 13. that be should be A. of the world 14. for if they which are of the law be h. 8. 17. if children, then A. A. of God, and joint A. with Christ ; if we suffer to be glorified Gal. 3. 29. ye are A. according to the promise 4. 1. I say, that the A. as long as he is a child 7. if a son, then an A. of God through Christ 30. the son of the bondwoman shall not be A. E^h. 3. 6. that the Gentiles should be fellow-A. Tit. 3. 7. A. according to the hope of eternal life litb, 1. 2. whom he appointed 11, of all things

HEL

Jleb. 1. 14. for them who shall be A. of salvation (6. 17. God willing to shew unto tlie A. of promise

11. 7. t>ecame A. of the righteousness by faith 9. and Jacob A. with him of the same promise Jam. 2. 5. A. of the kingdom he hath promised 1 Pet. 3. 7. as A. together of tlie grate of life

HELD. Gen. 48. 17. Joseph A. up his father's hand Jlxod. 17. 11. when Moses A. up hand, Isr. prevailed

36. 12. the loops A. one curtain lo another Judg. 7. CO. and A. the lamps in their left-hands

16. 26. Samson said unto lail that A. him by the hand liuih 3. 15. when she A. it, hemeasuied six measures

1 Sam. 25. M. Nabal A. a feast in his house

2 .'•am. 18. 16. for Joab A. back the people

1 J\ings 8. 63. at that time Solomon A. a feast

1 Chron. 11. tli). these A. strongly with David

2 Chron. 4. 5. the sea A. three thousand baths i\>A. 4.16. the other half of them A. both spears, 21.

17. and with the other hand he A. a weapon J^sth. 5. 2. the king A. out the golden sceptre

7. 4. if we had been sold, I had A. my tongue Job C3. 11. my foot A. his steps, his way have I kept Psal. 32. 9. whose mouth must be A. in with bit

94.18. my foot slippeth, thy mercy, O L. A. me up Prov. 16. V 5. not be A. innocent, 17. + 5. ) 19. 1 3. Cant. 3. 4. 1 A. him, and would not let him go

7. 3. hair like purple, the king is A. in the galleries Jer. 50. .33. that took them captives, A. them fast Van. 12.7. when he A. up his right-hand anilsware Afa<. 12. 14. A. a counsel against him, Mark 15. 1 i-u*e22.63. the men tliat A. Jesus mocked him Acts 3. 11. the same man that was healed, A. Peter

14. 4. part A. witli the Jews, part with the apostles lioyn. 7. 6. that being dead wherein we were A, Jiev. 6. 9. were slain for the testimony which they A.

HELD «f are. Gen. 24. 21. tlie man wondering at her, A. \\ispeace

34. 5. Jacob A. his peace until they were come J-ev. 10. 3. 1 will be glorified, and Aaron A. hispeace A'um.30. 7. her husband A. his peace at her, 11.14.

1 Sam. 10. 27. they despised Saul, he A. h\ipeace

2 Kings 18. ;i6. but people A. iheir peace, would not Neh. 5. 8. they A. their peace, and found nothing Job 29. 10. nobles A. theirpeac«,theirtonsuccleaved Psal. 39. 2. 1 was dumb, 1 A. my peace from good Jsa. 36. 21. they A. their /leare, MarkX 4. 1 9. 34.

57. 11. have not 1 A. my peace, even of old '. Mat. 26. 63. but Jesus A. h\s peace Luke 14. 4. they A. their peace, 20. C6. Acts 11. 18. Acts 15. 13. they A. tlieir peace, James answered

HELL, Jn Hebrew, Scheol. This word most commonlp signifies the grate, or the place or stale of the dead, i^noh says. Gen. 37. ,35. 1 will go down into the grave unto my son, mourning, i uill dte airh grief, 1 Kill never leave mourning till J die. So in Gen. 42. .38. If mischief t)etall Ben- jamin, then shall ye bring down my grey hairs with sorrow to the grave. You -uill make me, uho am worn away already, lo die uith grief. Tits con-'pirators, horah, Dathan, and Abiram, uere iKallowed up in the earth, and descended quick into the grave ; they uere buried alive, "is um. 16. .30, 31. Thou wilt not leave my soul in hell ; thou wilt 7iot suffer my body to putrefy in the grave, Psal. 16. 10. which is prophetically spoicn of the Messiah. And in Psal. 35. 15. Let death seize upon them, and let them go down quitk into hell, itito the grate. Jonah irays, that he tried to the Lord out of the belly of hell ; that is, out of the belly of a fish, wherein he was shut up as in the grave, Jonah 2. 2. This word Stheol is sometimes put for hell, the place where the wicked or the damned are tormented ; as in Job 11. 8. The secrets of God's providence are high as heaven, and deeper than hell. And in Piov. 15. 11. Hell and destruction are before the Lord ; the place and stale of the damned are known to God, T be wicked shall be turned into hell, Psal. 9. 17. As the happiness c/ heaven is expressed in Scrip- lure under the idea of a feast or wedding, at which there is a great deal of light, joy, and plea- sure ; so hell, m /A« New Testanient, is set forth by such representations as may powerfully in- struct and terrify even the most carnal man. No- thing is more intolerably painful than suffering the violence of fire enraged with brimstone ; and hell is described by a lake cf fire and brimstone. Rev. ly. CO. 1 21. 8. // is represented as a dis- mally dark place, where there is nothing but grief, sadness, vexation, rage, despair, and gnashing of teeth, like one excluded or shut out, during the obscurity of the night, and severity of the cold. Mat. 8. 12. 'J he wicked in hell not only undergo the punishment of sense, but also that of loss, which is a separation from God, a privati{>n of his sight, and of the beatific vision. Add to these the eternity of their misery, which above all other considerations makes it intolerable : Their worm dieth not, and tlieir tire is not quenched, Mark 9.48. By the gates of hell. Mat. 16. 18. is meant the poner and policy if the devil and his instruments. i he sorrows of hell, the pains of hell ; that is, deadly or killing pains, such agonies and horrors as dying persons used to feel wilhin themselves, or such sorrows as bring to the brink of the grave, Psal. 18.5.1 116.3. Deut, 32. 22. a fire shall bum unto the lowest A. 2 Sam. 22. 6. sorrows of A. compassed ine, Ps. 18. 5. Job 11. 8. deeper than A. what canst thou know r

26. 6. A. is naked before him, and destruction Psal. 9. 17- tlie wicked shall be turned into A.

16. 10. thou wilt not leave my soul in h.AitsC. 27.

49. + 15. redeem my soul from [xiwerof A. 06. 13.

55. 15. and let them go down quick into A.

116. 3. and the pains of A. gat hold upon me

1.39. 8. if I make my bed in A. thou art there Prov. 5. 5. her feet to death, her steps fake hold en A,

7. 27. her house is the way to A. going down

HEL

Prov. 9. 18. that her guests are in the depths of A. 15. 11. A. and ijestrutti' n are before the Lord C4. that he niav depart from A. beneath C:5. 14. and sha[t

28. 15. and with A. are we at agreement

18. your agreement with A. sliall not stand 57. '}■ and didst debase thyself even unto A. i'le/t. 31. 10. when 1 cast him down to A. \yith them 17. they also went down unto A. with him

32. 21. shall speak to him out of the midst of A. 27. which are going down to A. with weapons

Jlmos y. 2. tho' they dig into A. thence my hand fake J()H«A2.2.outofth'e belly of A. cried I, thou heardest Hall. 2. 5. who eulargeth his desire as A. is as death JiJat. 5. 22. say, fool, shall be in danger of A. tire Cy. thy whole body shoidd be cast into A. .SO.

10. C8. to destroy soul and body in A. J.nie 12. 5.

11. 23. Ca[X?rnaum brought downto A. LiiieM. 15. Itj. 18. the gates of A. shall not prevail against it 18. 9. having two eyes, to be cast into A. Mtiri- 9. 47- 23. 15. make him twofold more the child at A.

.■J3. how can ye escape the damnation of/;. / Xt(i(e 16. 23. in A. he lifted up his eves, in torments yJc«2. 31. that his soul was not left in A. 1 Cor. 15. t 55. (-) A. where is thy victory > Jam. 3. 6. the tongue is set on tire of A. C Pet. 2. 4. if God spared not, cast angels down to A. J\'ev. 1. 18. and I have the keys of A. and of death 0. 8. name was Death, and A. followed with Idm 20. 13. death and A. delivered up the dead iu them 14. death and A. were cast into the lake of fire 11 1:1. .M. Jam. .3. 4. they are tinned about with a small A.

HKLMIVf. 1 Sam. 17. 5. he had a A. of brass upon his head, 38. /.frt. 5'.1. 17. and an A, of salvation upon his head ^U'i-. 23. 24. sliall set against the siheld aiul A. 27. 10. thev banged the shield and A. in thee ;«.5. all of them with sliield and A. J'.'/'A. 0. 17. take A. of salvation, and sword oFSpirit

1 Thess. 5. 8. and for an A. the hope of salvation

lll'.LMKIS.

2 Chrm. 26. 14. Uzziali jirepand spears and A. Jer. 46. 4. get up and stand turth with your A.

IIKI.P. Suhstanliie. Gen. 2.18. T will make him an A. meet for him

Co. there was not foimd an A. meet for liim J',.ni{i. IH. 4. (iod of my fatlier, said he, was my A. Ueiit. 33.7. be thou an A. to him from his eut'mies

C6. who rideth upon tlie heavens in tliv A.

cy. people, saved by the L. the shield of thy !,. Judg. 5. C3. they came not to tlie A. of the l.ord

1 .S'«;«. 11. y. by time sun be hot, ye shall liaveA.

2 Vhrun. CO. 4. .1 udali gathered to a.-,k A. of the Lord Job (>. 13. is not 103' A. in me ' is wisdom driven .'

31. 21. lift my hand, when 1 saw my A. in the gate Vsal. 3. C. say of my soul, there is no A. for him Co. 2. the Ix)"rit send thee A. from the sanctuary 27. y. thou hast been my A. leave me not, () (iod

33. CO. our soul waits for L. he is our A. and shield 35.2. take hold of shield, stand up formine A. 44. 26. 40. 17. thou art my A. and my deliverer, 70. 5. 42. 5. prai.se him tor the A. of his coimtenance

46. I.God is a very present A. iu time of trouble 60. 11. give us A. for vain is the A. of man. 10(5. 12. 6i. 7. because thou hast been mv A. therefore 71. IC. O my God, make haste tor my A. 8y. ly. I have laid A. upon one that is miglitv 91. 17. unless the Lord had been mv A. mvsoul 11.5. 9. he is their A. and theirsliield, 10. 11. 121. 1. to the hills, from whence cometh my A. 2. my A. cometh from T/^ird which ma

5. happy that hath the (iod of .lacob for his A. V'l. 10. 3. to whom will ve Hee for A. ! and where

CO. 6. whither we tlee for A. to be deliver, from king .3i) 5. nor be an A. nor profit, but shame anil reproach ."1. 1. woe to them that go down to r.gv|it tor A. C. against the A. of them that work iniquity Jam. 4. 17. our eyes as yet failed for our vain A. Jlan. 11. .34. thev shall be holpen with a little A. ilos. 13. O.hastdestroyedthys. but in me is thine A. Acts C6. 22. having obtained A. of God, 1 continue

IlKLl', V,rh. Ceil. 49. 25. by the G. ofthv father, who shall A. thee I'.jo,/. C3.5.lying under his burden, wouldest forbear to A. him, thon shalt surelv A. him, Dent. CC 4 Ihxl. .32. :«). Ift thdii rise and A. you, and be vour Jc.-A. 1. 14. pass before yiMir bretluen, ami A. fhem

10. 4. come imti) iiie, and A. me, that we may smite

6. come up to us ipiickly, and save us, au"d A. us 3). Iloram kinii of Gezer came up to A. I.achish

2 .S'«w. 10. 1 1. then A. me, will A. thee, 1 C/inm. ](). ic, ly. .Syrians teared to A. Amnion. 1 C/irtiu. ly. ly.

1 1. 4. woman said, A. () king, 2 KinffxtX 26.

1 ChroH. 12. 17. if ve be come unto me to A. me

22. day by d.iy there came to Daviil to A. him

18. 5. Syrians ot Uamaseus came to A. Ileilarezer 22. 17. llavid commanded to A. Solomon his son

2 C'AroM. 14. 11. it isnolhing withthee toA. A us O

I A. our (i. we rest 011 thiv, and in tliv name go

19. 2. shouldest thou A. tlie uugoilly, and' love them

20. 9. if we cry, then thou wilt hear and A C5.8. tor (iod hath power to A. and to cast down C6. 13. made war with mighty power to/,, the king W. 16. send unto the kim's ot .Assyria to A. him

23. the gods of .Syria A. them, that tliey may A me S9. 34. their brethren the I.evites did A. them

.32. 3. his princes and his mighty men did A. him 8. but with us is the Und our Cod, to A. ns F.zra 1. 4. let the menof his place A. him wilb silver

8.22. I was ashamed to rei|uire bor.semen to A. Joh 8. CO. neither will he h. the evil doers

29. 12. I delivered him that had none to A. him I'snI. 12. 1. A. I/)r

22. 19. haste thee to A. me, :«(. 22. I 4o. 13. j 70 1 37. 40. Lord shall A. Uiem 1| 46. 5. God shall A. her

HEN

Ps. 59. 4. awake to A. me !| 79. 9. A. us, G. of salv. 107. 12. they fell there was none to A. ha. 63. 5. 109. 26. A. me, () Lord my (iod, O save me 118. 7. Lord taketh my part with them that A. me liy. 86. A. thou me |1 173. let thine liand //. me 175. let my soul live, and let thy judgments A. me Eccl. 4. 10. for he hath not another to A. him up Isa. 30.7. for the I'.gvptians shall A. in vain 41. 10. fear not, 1 will A. thee, 13, 14. | 44. 2, 50. 7. for the Lord God will A. me, 9. Jer. 37. 7. Pharaoh's army, which is come to A. you I^am. 1. 7. her people fell, and none did A. her Ezek. 12. 14. 1 will scatter all about him to A. him .3'.'. 21. speak out of hell with them that A. liim Dan, 10. 13. lo, one of the princes came to A. me

11. 45. shall come to his end, and uone shall A. him -A/rt/. 15. 25. she worshipped him, saying, L. A. me Mark 9. 22. Iiave compassion on us, and A. us

C4. Lord, 1 believe, A. tbou mine unbelief r.uke 5. 7. they be'kon. that thev should come and A.

10. 40. bid her therefore that she A. me jlcts 16. 9. come over mto .Macedonia, and A. us

CI. 28. the .lews crying out, men of Israel A. Pliil. 4. 3. A, those women which laboured with me llcb, 4. 16. we may linii grace to A. in time of need

HKI.PKl). r,xi>d. 2. 17. hut Moses stood up and A, them 1 ■'iam. 7. 12. Kbeiiezer. hitherto hath the \a\. A. us 1 Kiiitjs 1.7. and thev following .Adonijah, A. liim

20. 16. the thirty and two kings that A. him

1 Vliron. 5. 20. and they were A. against them

12. 19. but they A. them not, for the lords sent CI. they A. David against the band of the rovers

15. 26. when (ioil A. the I.evites that bare the ark

2 (Ar. 18. 31. the Lord A. .lehoshaphat, and moved 20. 23. every one A. to destroy another

26. 7. God It. him against the Philistines 15. for he was marvellously A. till lie was strong

CB. CI. but the king of Assyria A. him not I'r.ra 10. 15. and Shabbethai tlie l.evite A. them V'.>th. y. 3. the olfueis of the king A. tlie .lews

Joh Cii. 2. how hast thou A. him that is without power P>. 28. 7. and I am A. i! 118. 13, but the Ld. It. me

116. 6. 1 was brought low, and he A. me /iy;. 41. 6. they A. every one his neighbour

49. 8. iu a day of salvation have I A. thee Z,clt. 1. 15. an"d they A. forward the alilii tion .lets 18. C7. w ho, when he was come, A. them much ilcv. IC. 10. the earth A. the woman, and opened

IlKLPLR. 2 Kings 14. C6. nor was theie any A. for Israel Joh .30. 13. thev mar mv patli, tliey have no A. Psal. 10. 14. thon art the A. of the fatlierle.ss

CC. t 11. be not far from me, for there is not a A. .30. 10. Lord, be thou mv A. |1 54. 4. (iod is my A. 72. IC. he shall deliver him that halh no It.

Jer. 47.4. cut olT from Tyrus and Ziiloii every A.

Hum. 16. 0. salute Urbane, our A. in Christ

Heb. 13. 6. the L. is my h. 1 will not fear what man

IlKLPKRS. 1 CAr. IC. 1. among the mighty men, A. of the war

18. peace be to thee, and peace be to thine It. Joh 9. 13. the proud A. do stoop under him F.zck. .30. H. when all her It. shall he destroyed Nnlt. 3. 9. Put and Lubim were thv A.

Pom. 16. 3. Priscillaand Aquila my A, in Christ C C'er. 1.C4. but are A. of your joy ; by faith ve stand ■iJolM'6. that we miulit be fellow-A. to the 'truth

Hi'.LPS. Arts C7. 17. they used A. imdergirding the ship 1 Cor. 12, 28. gifts of healings, A. governments

iiKLPi'.rii.

1 CAr. IC. 18. peace unto thee, for thv God A. thee Jsa. 31. 3. both he that It. shall fall, he'that is holpen Pom. 8. 1(\. the Spirit also A. onr inhrmities

1 Cur. 10. 16. ye submit to every one that A. with us

]|i:i,Pl.\(i. F.ira 5. C. where the propliet.s of (iod A. them Psal. CC. 1. why art thou s,, |ai- trom It. me ,-

2 Cor. 1. 11. ye also It. together by prayer for us

III'.LX !■'.. Bent. 19. 5. and the head sliopeth from the A.

IIK.MLOCK. llos. 10. 4. thus.iudgment spriiii;etli np a-S A. in field A)iios(). 12. ve turned fruit of righteousness into A.

lli:.M. S. Exoil.QS. 33. upon the A. of it thou shalt make pome- granates of blue and purple, 31. I .30. 2 1,25, CO. Ulat. y. CO. woman touclied A. of bis garment, 11.. 36.

lir.N. il/a/.C:!. ,37. ;is a A. gathereth chickens, Luke 13. 31.

Ill'ACK. Ccn. 37. 17. the man said, they are departeil A. 4C. 15. by the 111.- of Pilar, ve shall not go forth A. .50. C5. carry up mv bones liom A. Kroi/. 13. 19. Pro,/. 11. I. he will let you lm) ',. thrust vou out A. .33. 1. depart and go up A. tlioii and the'iieople

15. if thy presence not with me, carry us not up A. Pent. y. IC. arise, get tliee down quirkly tidui It. Josh. 4. 3. take It. out of .Ionian twelve stones Jutlit. {>. 18. ilepart not It. 1 pray thee, until 1 come Un'th'l.V,. neither go A, but abide last bv my maidens 1 Kimis 17.3. L'.t thee A. /.,;. 30. CC. '.T/^/. 1. 10. Ps. :'.<}. 13. spare, bet'ore 1 go A. and be no more Jer. .38. 10..saymi.', take trom A. tlnrtv men with thee /.trh. 6.7. he' said, get you A. walk'to and Iro Mttt. 17. CO. shall say. remove A. lo yonder place I.nke-\. 9. if Son of ('iod. cast thvself'dowu trom It. 1.3. .31. get thee out. ,11. H depait It. John" . S.

16. 26. thev which wouhl pass from A. lo vou cannot .AiA« C. 16. take Ihiu-s A. make not mv lathei's

14. 31. ari.se. let us go A. || 18. .30. my'kingd. not It.

CO. 15. sir. if thou liave borne him It. tell me where j-icts 1. 5. baptiKi'd witli llolv (i. not many davs/j.

22. CI. I will send thee far'A. unto the (ieiitiles Jam. 4. 1. cyme Ihey not It. even of your lusts '.

lll'.'NCI'.FOU III. Oen. 4. 12. the uroimd not It. yield thee her strength A'k/h. 18. 22. neither must Isr'ael It. come niuli taber. Pent. 17. 16. ye shall A. return no more that way

19. 20. shall It. coinniit no more any such evil Jiidg. 2. 21. 1 will not A. drive out any before tliem

HER

2 Kings 5. IT. thy serv. will A. not ofTei (0 other gods 2 Citron. 10. 9. from It. thou shalt have wars Psal. 125. C. so is Ixjrd about his people from A.

131. 3. Israel hope in the Lord from A. and for ever /i«. 9. 7. toestahlisli it with justice fromA. for ever

52. 1. It. there shall no more come the unclean

59.Cl.outot mouth of thy seed's seed A. and forever K-ek. 30. 12. thou shalt no more It. bereave them il/u'.4.7. the Lord shall reign in mount Zion from A. l\lat. 23. ,39. ye shall not see me A. till ye sav

CO. cy. I will not drink A. of this fruit of vine Luke 1. 48. It. all generatioiii shall call me blessed

5. 10. fear not, from A. thou shalt catch men

IC. 5C. It. there shall be five in one house John 14. 7. It. ye know him, and have seen him

15. 15. A. I call you not servants, but friends Acts i. 17. they speak A. to no man in this name

18. 6. I am clean. It. I will go unto the Gentiles Pont. 6. 6. that A. we should not serve sin 2 Cor.j. 15. should not A. live unto themselves, but (o

16. A. know we no man, A. know we him no mure Gal. 6. 17. from It. let no man trouble me. for 1 bear Pph. 4. 14. we A. be no more cliildr. tossed to and fro

17. that ye A. walk not as other (ientiles walk QTim. 4.8. A. there is laid up for me a crown of right. Jleii. 10. 13. A. e.vpecting till enemies be made Pei: 14.13. blessed are they who die in Lord, trum A.

HKNCKFORWARD. ^tun. 15. C3. and A. among 3'our generations I\Jat. 21. 19. let no fruit grow on thee A. for ever

IIKRALD. Dan.i.A. an A. cried aloud, to you it is commanded

IILRB. Gen. 1. 11. bring forth the A. yielding seed, IC. 29. I liave given you every A. bearing seed C. 5. made every A. Ij 3. 18. thou shalt eat the A. y. 3. even as the A. 1 have given you all thinij.i Prod. 0. CC. the hail smote every A. of the field, C5. 10. IC. the locusts eat every A. of tlie land. 1.'.. Pent. 32. C. as the small rain upon the tender It. C Kings 19. C6. were as the L'reeii A. /-

HLKBS. P.wd. IC. 8. and with bitter A. eat it. Xnm. y. 11. Pent. 11. 10. and wattredst it as a garden of A.

1 Kings 21. 2. tli.it I may have it for a garden of A.

2 Kings '\. A'), one went I'lito the field to uather It. Psal. 105. .35. and did eat up all the A. in their land I'rov. 15. 17. better is a dinner of A. w here love is

27. C5. and It. of the mountains are gathered Jsa. 18. 4. 1 will consider like a clear heat upon A. 26. V). for thy dew is as the dew of A. and e.ulh 4C. 15. 1 will dry u|iaU their A. make rivers islands Jer. IC. 4. how long the A. of every held wither : Mat. 13.32. is greatest among all A. .Marki. 32. J. like 11. 42. for ve tithe all manner of A. Pom. 14. 2. another who is weak eateth A. lleb, 0. 7. and bringeth forth A. meet for tliem

IILRD, S. Gen. 18. 7. Abraham ran to the A. and fetched a calf 32. 7. .lacob divided his A. into two bands 47. 18. my lord also bath our A. of cattle Pxod. 10. ij. with our Hocks and A. will we go Per. 1. C. ye shall bring your offering of the A. 3. 1 . if ve offer it of A. m'ale or female, .V«w. 1.'.. 3. C7. 32. concerning the tithe of the A. or flock Pent. 12. 21. thou shalt kill ofthv A. and Hock 15. 10. the tirstliiig males lliat come ofthv A. 1 .Sam. 11. 5. Saul came after the A. out of the field C Sam. IC. 4. he spared to take of' his It. to dress 1 CAr. C7. 20. over the A. in Sharon, A. in valleys Jul. 6.-). 10. Achcra place for the A. to lie down m Jer. 31. IC. shall How together for vonng of the A. Joel\. lii. the A. of cattle are perplexed, no pasture ,/,)/i«A 3. 7. let not tlie A. nor flnck taste any thing llab. 3. 17. and there shall be no /,. in the 'stalls .!/

lll'.KDMI'N. Gen. 13. 7. a strife between the A. of .Abram and Lot 8. Ii-t therebenostrile between mv A. and thy A. CO. CO. the A. of ( ier.ir did strive \i itii Isa.ic's A. 1 .s«m. CI. 7. Doeg chietest of A. belonged to Saul Amos 1. 1. who was among tlie A. of Teko.i

II 1:1; P.. (iiM.lO. 12. the men said, hast thou A. any Ixsjdes .'

15. arise, lake thv two daughters which aie A. C1.C3. now therefore swear unto me A. Intiod C2. 1. A. 1 am. 7. H. I 27. 1. 18. I 31. II. I .37. 13. I 16. C. /.'Jix/. 3. 4. I .•v the well ot water 31. 37. set it A. before mv brelhreu that lla y may 40. 15. and A. also have I iloiie nolliiug to put me 42. 3.3. leave one of \ our brethren A. \wlh me ■17. 23. lo. A. IS seed'loi- vou. ve sh.dl s,.w the land 7:re(/.2t. 14. tarrv ve A. for us. till we come to you Slim. 1 1. -to. saving. In. we be /,. and will ..o up 2C.it. lodge A. this iiii;h.t.l will bi 111:; you word.ly. C3. 1. buil.l A. seven .dtars. prepare A. oven. CO. 3C. O.shall \ourbrelli. l'h to war. and \ousit h..'

10. we will build slieep l.ihU A. I.r o,,r cattle Pint. 5. 3. even us. whnare all of us A. alive tliisday IC. 8. alter all the tliiiius we ih. A. this day "0 1.^1. with bim that staiidetli /■. (liat is not A. Josh. 18. 6. that I ui.iy cast lots f..r you A. 8. Jiidg. \. CO. is there aiiv man A..' thou slialt sav, no 111.' 3. an.l what hast 'thou A.,' ii 19. y. lodge A. pi. CI. In-bold. A. is mv daughter, a maiden CO. 7. give A. vouraiU'ice and counsel Pulh C. 1;. but abide A. last bv iiu maidens I. 1. unto whom he saiil. tiiiu aside. sit ilownA. C. 1 Sam. 1.C6. 1 am the woman th.at stood bv thee A. 9. li. they went up the hill ,md said, is the seer A..»

Q 2 227

HER

1 Sam. 12. 3. behold, A. T am, C2. 12. Isa. 58. 9. 14.. '54. slay tlifin A. and eat, and sin ni)t against L. 16. 11. Samuel said to Jesse, are A. all thy children 21.8. is there not A. under thine hand a'spear f 9. it is A. wrapped in a cloth, none save that h. S3. 3. behold, \> e be alraid A. in J udah ; how much

29. 3. the princes said, what ilo these Hebrews A. ? 8 .Sam. 11. 12. tarry A. to day || 18. 30. turn aside A.

20. 4. be thou A. present |l 24. 22. A. be o.xen

1 Kings '2. 'M). and he saifl, nay, but 1 will die A. 18.8. tell thy lord, behold, Wijah is A. 11. 14. 19. 9. he said, what doest thou A. IJijah .' 13. 2>>. 40. as thy servant was busy A. and there

' 22. 7. is there not A. a prophet ot L. 2 Kings 3. 11 .

2 Kings'i. 2. I'.lijah said, tarry A. I pray thee, 6. ."J. 11. A. is Elisha || 7. 3. why sit we A. until we die ? 7. 4. tlie lepers said, if we sit still A. we die also 10.23. look there l)e A. none ot the servants of Lord

1 t'Ar. 29. 17. with joy thy people present A. to offer Job 38. 11. A. shall thy proud waves be stayed

35. that li^'htnings may say unto thee, A. we are Psal. l.'>2. 14. this is my rest, A. will 1 dwell Ita. 21. 9. behold, A. cometh a chariot of men 22. 16. what hast thou A..' whom hast thou A..' 28. 10. A. a little, and there a little, 13.

52. 5. now therefore, what have 1 A. .' saith Lord Kzek. 8. 6. tlie house of Israel conimitteth A. 17 . Jios. 7. 9. gray hairs are A. and there upon him Jidnt. 12. 41. a greater than Jonas is A. Luke 11. 32.

42. a greater ihan Solomon is A. Liike 11. 31. 14.8. give me A. John Baptist's head in a charger

17. we have A. but five loaves, and two fishes 16. 28. there be some standing A. Lnke 9. 27. 17. 4. Loni, it is good for us to be A. let us make A. £4. 2. shall not be left A. one stone upon another

23. if any say to you, lo, A. is Chr. Mark 13. 21. £6. 36. sit ye A. while 1 go and pray, Mark 14. 32. .38. tarry 'ye /'• '<^"

9. 12. for we aie A. in a desert place

17. 21. neitlicr shall they say, lo A. or lo there

23. say to you, see A. or sec there, go not after th. 19. CO. behold, A. is thy pound which 1 have kept 22. 3 1. A. are two swords, he said, it is enough 24.41. he said unfo them, have ye A. any meat?

JolmO. 9. there is a lad A. which hath five loaves 11. 21. Lord, if thou hadst been A. my brother, 32.

Aets^. 36. A. is water || 9. 10. behold, 1 am It. Lord 9. 14. and A. he hath authority from the priests

10. .33. are we all A. present l)efore God. to hear

16. 28. do thyself no harm, for we are all A.

24. 19. who ought to have been A. before thee

25. 24. and all men which are A. present with us Col. 4. 9. make known unto you all things done A. Ueh. 7. 8. and A. men that ciie receive tithes

13. 14. for h. have we no continuing city, seek one Jam. 2. 3. sit A. in a good place, or sit A. under 1 Pet. 1. 17. pass time of your sojourning A. in fear Mev. 13. 10. A. is the patience of the saints, 14. 12.

18. A. is wisdom ; let him that hath understanding 14. 12. A. are they that kept the commandments

17. 9. and A. is the mind which hath wisdom

See Sx.tND. IlEREAl'TER. Isa. 41. 23. shew the things that are to come A. £tek. 20. 39. A. also, if ye will not hearken unto me Dan. 2. 29. what should come to pass A. 45. Mat. 26. frl. A. shall ye sec the .Son of man sitting Mark 11. 14. no man eat fruit of thee A. for ever Ijiike^l. 69. A. shall Son of man sit on right hand John 1. 51. I say, A. ye shall see heaven opened

13. 7- thou knowcst not now, thou shalt know A.

14. 30. A. I will not talk much with you

1 Tim. 1. 16. pattern to them which A. believe on him Kev. 1. 19. write the things which shall be A.

4. 1. I will shew thee things which must be A.

9. 12. and behold, there come two woes more A.

I11.RKBY. Gen. 42. 15. A. ye shall he proved , by life of Pharaoh

.33. A. shall 1 know that ye are true men JV«7»:. 16. 28. A. know that the I ord hatli sent me Joih. 3. 10. A. know that the living God is among 1 Cor. 4. 4. 1 know nothing, yet am I not A. justified

1 John 2. 3. A. we do know that we know him

5. keepeth word, A. know we that we are in him 3. 16. A. perceive we the love of God, because

19. and A. we know that we are of the truth

24. and A. we know that he abideth in us

4. 2. A. know ye the Spirit of God, cveiy spirit

6. A. know we the Spirit of ti-uth and of error 13. A. know we that we dwell in him, and he in us

IIFREIN. Gen. 34. 22. only h. will the men consent unto us

2 CAr. 16. 9. A. thou hast done foolishly, therefore John 4. .37. I', is that saying true, one soweth

9. 30. A. IS a marvellous thing, that ye know not 15. 8. A. is my Father glorified, that ye bear fruit

ActsU. 16. A. do le.xerdsemyselftohaveconscien.

2 Cor. 8. 10. A. I give my advice, for this expedient

1 John 4. 10. A. is love 11 17. A. is love made perfect HEHE.SY.

This word comes from the Greek, Haeresls, and sig- nifies in general, a sect, or choice. It is some- times taken in a good sense, as in Acts 26. 5. A fter the most straitest sect, or heresy, of our religion, 1 lived a Pharisee, fit. Paul commends the sect, opinion, and Kay of the Pharisees, as being more learned and strict, and as coming nearer to the truth in many things, than the other sect, of the Sadducees. But most commonly it is taken in a bad sense, for some fundamental error in matters of religion, adhered to aith obsti- nacy. St. Paul enumerates heresies among the works of the Jtesh, Gal. 5. 20. And St. Peter lays. There shall be false teachers among you, who prjvily shall bring in damnable heresies, even denying the Lord that bought them, 2 Pet. 2. 1. .St. Paul says in 1 Cor. 11. 19. There must be also heresies among you, that they which 228

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are approved may be made manifest among you. Jt is not simply and absolutely necessary that there should be such schisms a?td divisions tn the e/iurch, but God has decreed to permit Satan to shew his malice, and men to discover the lusts and corruptions of their nature, by causing such divisions, that the sincerity of his people may be tried and krwtcn by their stedfastness to the truth, and opposition to these corruptions. Christianity was called a sect, or heresy, by 'lertullus and the profane Jews, Acts 24. 5, 14. Me have found this man a pestilent fellow, and ringleader of the sect of the Nazarenes. 'Ihis 1 confess, says St. Paul, that after the way which they call heresy, so woiship 1 the God of my fathers.

As to the Sects, oT Heresies' among tie Jews, See Sect.

From the very beginning of the Christian church there mere very dangerous and pernicious here- sies ; for the most essential doctrines of religion vere attacked, such as the divinity of Christ, his polity of Messiali, the reality and truth of his tncamation, the resurrection of the dead, tlie liberty of Christians, and their freedom from tlie legal ceremonies, and other points of this nature. 'J he most ancient of these founders of heresy, is Simon the magician, tcho desired to buy the gift of God with numey, and afterwards set himse/f up for the Messiah, and God Almighty the Creator, Acts 8. 9, 10. The false apostles, against whom St. Paul so often speaks in his eptstles, had a mind that the faithful should receive circumci- sion, and subject themselves to all the legal ob- servances. Gal. 5. 11. 1 6. 12.

The "S icolaitanes allowed of a community of women, and without any scruple committed the most ig- nominious actions, and followed the superstitions of heathenism . It is said, they went over to the sect of the Cainists, who acknowledged a power superior to that of the Creator. St. John speaks of /AeK icolaitanes, as a sect of heretics then subsisting, and producijig great disorders in the churches of Asia, Rev. 2. 6, 15. At the same time there were false Christs, and false prophets,

1 John 2. 18, 22. 2 John 7. St. Paul speaks of Hymeneus and Philetus, ziiho departed from the truth, saying, that the resurrection is already past, 2 Tim. 2. 17, 18. He foretold that in the last times there would be some who should forsake the faith, and give themselves up to the spirit of error, and the doctrines of devils, 1 'lim. 4. 1. St. Peter and Jude foretell the same thing,

2 Pet. 2. 1. Jude 18. And herein they only copy what Jesus Christ himself had said in the gospel. Mat. 7. 15. 1 24. 24. Beware of false prophets, which come to you in sheep's cloth- ing, but inwardly they are ravening wolves. For there shall arise false Christs, and false prophets, and shall shew great sign's and won- ders ; insomuch that, if it were possible, they shall deceive the very elect.

ActsZi. 14. after the way which they call h. 11ERESIE.S.

1 Cor. 11. 19. there must be also A. among you Gal. 5. 20. the w orks of the Hesh, wrath, strife, A.

2 Pet. 2. 1. who privily bring in damnable A.

HE'REUC. Tit. 3. 10. an A. after the second admonition, reject

liEREl'OFORE. Ezod. 4. 10. I am not eloquent, neither h. nor since 5. 7. no more give straw to make brick as A. Josh. 3. 4. for ye have not passed this way A. Hvth 2. 11. to a people which thou knewest not A.

1 Sam. 4. 7- there hath not been such a thing A.

2 Cor. 13. 2. I write to them which A. have sinned

HEREUNTO. Eccl. 2. 25. or who else can hasten A. more than I .' 1 Pet. 2. 21. for even A. were ye called, because

HEREWITH. F.tek. 16. 29. and yet thou wast not satisfied A. Mai. 3. 10. that there may be meat in mhie house, and prove me now A. saith the l>ord of hosts HERITAGE. Exod. 6. 8. the jand, I will give it you for an A. Job CO. 29. and the A. appointed by (Jod for him 27. 13. the A. of oppressors w hich they shall receive Ps. 16. 6. in pleasant places, yea, I have a goodly A. 61. 5. give me the A. of those that fear thy name 94. 5. they break thi' people, they alllict thy A. 111. 6. he may give them the A. of the heathen 119. 111. thy testimonies have I taken as an A. 127. 3. lo, children are an A. of the 1 ord 135. 12. and gave their land for an A. 1:56. 21, 22. Isa. 54. 17. this is the A. of the servants of the Lord 58. 14. I will feed thee with the A. of Jacob Jer. 2. 7- and ve made mine A. an abomination 3. 19. how shall I give tliee a goo

18. that passeth by the transgression of his A. Mai. 1. 3. 1 laid Esau's mountains and A. waste 1 Pet. 5. 3. neither as being lords over God's A.

HERIIAGES.

Isa. 49. 8. to cause to inherit the desolate A.

HERODIAMS.

See Signification on SECT.

Mat. 22. 16. they sent unto him their disciples, with

H. saying, we know thou art true, Mark 12. 13.

Mark 3. 6. the Pharisees took counsel with the //.

HERON.

Lev. 11. 19. the stork, the A. unclean, Deut. 14.18.

HtRSEi.F, See Self.

HER'.S.

Job 39. 16. ostrich is hardened as the' they were not A.

HID

HEW. F.Tod. 34. 1. A. thee two tables of stone, Deut. 10. 1, Deut. 12. 3. ye shall A. down the graven images 19. 5. when a man goetli with neighbour to A. wood 1 Kings 5. 6. that they A. me cedar-trees outof I.eb. 18. Solomon's and Hiram's builders did A. them

1 CAr. 22. 2. David set masons to A. stones

2 Chr. 2. 2. Solomon told 80,000 to A. in mountains Jer. 6. 6. A. ye down trees and cast amount Dan. 4. 14. he cried aloud, A. down the tree, 23.

HEWED. Exod. 34. 4. he A. two tables like the first, Deut. 10.3. 1 Sam. 11. 7. Saul A. oxen in pieces, and sent them 15. 33. and Samuel A. A gag in pieces in Gilgal

1 Kings 5. 17. A. stoues to lay foundation of house

6. 36. with three rows of A. stones, 7. 12.

7. 9. according to the measures of A. stones, 11.

2 Kings 12. 12. buy A. stone to repair the breaches Isa. 22. 16. thou hast A. thee out a sepulchre Jer. 2. 13. nij' people have A. tlicm out cisterns IIos. 6. 5. therefore have I A. them by the prophets

HEWER. Deut. 29. 11. from A. ofwood, unto drawer of water

HEWERS. Josh. 9. 21. let them be A. ofwood and drawers, 23. 27. Joshua made them that day A. ofwood

1 Kings 5. 15. and 8O,00OA.in mountains, 2 C'Ar.2.18.

2 Kings i2. 12. laid out money to masons and A.

1 Chron. 22. 15. are A. with thee in abundance

2 CAr. 2. 10. 1 will give to thy servants the h. Jer. 46. 22. shall come against Egypt as A. of wood

HE\VE1H. Isa. 10. 15. shall the axe boast against him that A. .' 22. 16. as he that A. him out a sepulchre on high 41. 14. he A. him down cedars, and taketh c\ press

HEWN. Prov. 9. 1. she hath A. out her seven pillars ha. 10. 33. the high onesof statuieshall be A. down 33. 9. Leban. is ashamed, and A. down, Shaionlike 51. 1. look unto the rock whence ye are A. Mat. 3.10. A. down and cast into fire,". 19. Luke 3.9. 27. 60. and laid it in a sepulchre which he had h. out in the rock, Mark 15. 46. Luke 23. 53. See Sto.sk. HID. Gen. 3.8. and Adam and his wife A. themselves

10. afraid because I was naked, and 1 A. myself 35. 4. Jacob A. them under the oak by Shechem Eiod. 2.2. goodly child, she h. Moses three months 12. Moses slew the Egyptian, and A. him in sand 3. 6. Moses A. his face, for he was afraid to look Josh. 2. 4. Rahab A. the spies with stalks of tiax, 6. 6. 17. because she A. tlie messengers we sent, 25. 7. 21. and behold they are A. in the earth 10. 16. the five kings A. themselves in a cave Jiidg. 9. 5. yet Jotham was left, for he A. himself 1 Sam. 3. 18. .Samuel told Eli and A. noth. from him

10. 22. Saul A. himself |i 20. 24. David A. himself

1 Kings 18. 4. Obadiah A. the prophets, 13.

2 Kings 4. 27. and the Lord hath A. ittrom me 6. 29. I said, give thy sou, she hath A. her son

7. 8. lepers went and A. it, carried thence, and A. it

11. 2. they A. him and his nurse, 2 Chnm. 22. 11.

1 Chron. 21. 20. Oman and tour sons A.tlieniselves Job 3. 10. nor A. sorrow from mine eyes 10. 13. these things hast thou A. in thine heart

17.4. thou hast A. their heart from understanding 23. 1 12. I have A. the words of his mouth

29. 8. the young men saw me and A. themselves Psal. 9. 15. in net which they A. their own foot taken

22. 24. neither hath he A. his face from him

35. 7. without cause they A. for me their net

8. let his net that he hath A. catch himself

55. 12. then 1 would have A. myself from bim 319. 11. thy word have I A. in mine heart 140. 5. the proud have A. a snare for me, and cords Isa. 28. 15. under falsehood have we A. ourselves

49. 2. in shadow of his hand, in quiver he A. me

50. 6. 1 A. not my face from shame and spitting 53. 3. and we A. as it were our faces from him 54. 8. in a little wrath 1 A. my face from thee 57. 17. I /'■ nie and was wroth, and he went 59. 2. and your sins have A. his face from you 64. 7. for thou hast A. thy face from us

65. 16. because they are A. from mine eyes Jer. 13. 5. so I went and A. it by Euphrates 7. 1 took girdle from the place where I had h. it 18. 22. for thev have A. snares for my feet

33. 5. I have A. my face from this city

36. 26. to take them, but the Lord A. them

43. 10. will set his throne on these stones 1 have A. Ezek. 22.26. have A. their eyes from my sabbaths

.39. 23. tlierefore A. I my face from them, 24. Mat. 11.25. thou hast A. from the wise, LukelO.il.

13. .33. A. in three measures of meal, Luke 13. 21.

25. 18. but he went and A. his lord's money 25. I went and A. thy talent in the earth Luke 1. 24. Elizabeth A. herself five months John 8. 59. but Jesus A. himself, and went out Rev. 6. 15. bond-man and freeman A themselves

HID. Deut. 33. 19. they shall suck of treasures A. in sand Josh. 7. 22. and behold, it was A. in his tent

10. 17. the five kinus are found A. in a cave 2 Sam. 17. 9- behold, he is A. now in some pit

18. 13. no matter A. from king, 1 Kings 10. 3.

C Chron. 9. 2. 2 Kings 11.. 3. he was A. in house of G. 2 CAr. 22. 12. 2 CArun. 22. 9. Ahaziah was A. in .'-amaria Job 3. 21. and dig for it more than for A. treasures

23. why is light given to a man whose way is A ' 6. 16. stream of brooks, wherein the snow is A.

28. 11. the thing that is A. bringetli he forth 21. seeing it is A. from the eyes of all living

29. + 10. the voice of the nobles was A. 38. .30. the wafers are A. as with a stone Ps. 17. 14. whose belly thou fillest with A. treasure

19. 6. nothing is A. from the heat thereof

Prov. 2. 4. and searches' for her as for A. treasures Isa. 40. 27. why sayest, my way is A. from the Ixi. 42. 22. and they are A. in prison-l.ouses Jer. 16. 17. nor their iniquity A. from mine eye*

J HID

'er. 32. \ Vf. and there is nothing /(. from thee Uos. 13. 12. sin of Ephraim bound up, his sin is A. Mat. 10. 26. there is nothing h. that shall not be known, Mark 4. 22. Luke 8. 17. 1 12. 2. Luke 9. 45. this saying was A. from them, 18. 34.

19. 42. but now they are h. from thine eyes ii)/i. 3. 9. from the beginning hath been h. in God Col. 1.26. mystery which hath been h. from ages

2. 3. in whom are h. all the treasures of wisdom

3. 3. and your life is A. with Christ in God Heb. 11. 23. by faith Moses was h. three months

Be HID. Gen. 4. 14. hast driven me, from thy face shall 1

beh. Lev. 4. 13. thin"^ be h. from the assembly, 5. 3, 4. Num. 5. 13. and it be h. from the eyes of herhusb. Job 5. 21. shall be h. from the scourge of the tongue

20. 26. darkness shall he h. in his secret places Isa. 29. 14. the understanding of prudent men be h. Uos. 13. 14. repentance shall be h. from mine eyes Amos 9. 3. and though they be h. from my sight Nah. 3. 11. thou Shalt be drunken, thou shall be A. Zeph. 2. 3. it may be ye shall be h. in the day

2 Lor. 4. 3. if our gospel be h. it is hid to the lost Ao/ he HID.

Mat. 5. 14. a city that is set on an hill cannot he h.

MarkT. 24. entered an house, but he could 7iot be h.

1 'Xim. 5. 25. they that aie otherwise axuwt be h. Not HID.

Job \h. 18. fold from their fathers, and not h. it

Psal. 32. 5. and mine iniquity have I not h. 38. 9. and my groaning is mit h. from thee 40. 10. I have not h. thy righteousness within 69. 5. and my sins are not h. from thee 139. 15. my substance was not h. when I was made

Jle;'. 16. 17. my eyes upon their ways, they are noth. from my face, neither is iniq. niil from my eyes

Mos. 5. 3. 1 know Ephraim, Israel is not h. from me

Luke 8. 47. woman saw that she was not h. she came HIDDEN.

Lioi. 9. + .32. for the wheat and the rye were h.

Lev. 5. 2. if it be A. from him, he shall be unclean

Devt. 30. 11. it is not A. from thee, nor is it afar off

Job 3. 16. as an A. untimely birth, 1 had not been 15. 20. the number of years is A. to the oppressor 18. + 10. the snare is A. for him in the ground 24. 1. seeing times are not A. from thee

Psal, 51. 6. m A. part shalt make me know wisdom

Prm. 28. 12. when the wicked rise, a man is A.

Jsa. 45. 3. I will give thee A. riches of secret places 48. 6. I have shewed thee new things, A. things

Jer. 33. f 3. and I will shew thee A. thinps

Obad. 6. how are his A. things sought up !

Zec/i. 11. + 16. shepherd not visit those who be A.

Acts 26. 26. none of these things are A. from him

1 Cor. 2. 7. even the A. wisdom which God ordained 4. 5. will bring to light the A. things of darkness

2 Cor. 4. 2. have renounced A. things of dishonesty 1 Pet. 3. 4. but let it be the A. man of the heart Mev. 2. 17. 1 will give to eat of the A. manna

HIDDEN ones.

Psal. 83. 3. they consulted against thy A. ones HIDE, Substantive.

Lev. 8. 17. his A. and flesh he burnt with fire, 9.11. HIDE

Signifies, [1] To conceal, or keep any thing from the sight and knowledge ff others. 1 .Sam. 20. 2. AVhy should my father hide this thing from me ? Gm. 18. 17. Shall I hide from Abraham that thing which I do ? 1 will not, I cannot hide it ; it is against the lavis of friendship to conceal my secrets from him. [2J Not to confess one^s sins, or to excuse and extenuate them. Psal. .32. 5. I acknowledged my sin unto thee, and mine ini- miity have 1 not hid. And in Prov. 28. 13. He that covereth his sins shall not prosper. That does not confess them to God, and men too, tohen occasion requires it : that being convinced, or admonished of his stns, either jiutijieth, or de- nieth, or excuseth them, [3] 3b cover sin by free pardon and forgiveness. Psal. 51. 9. Hide thy fi.ce from my sins ; look not upon them with an eye of revenge, but forget and fcrgive them. [4] 'Jo protect and keep safe. Psal. 27. 5. In the time of trouble he shall hide me in his pavilion. 'J'he saints are called the hidden ones. Psal. 83. 3. Ihey have consulted against thy hidden fines ; against thy people, whom thou hidest as a precious treasure, and prctectest from the rage of their enemies. [5] To put oneself under the protection of the Almighty by faith, prayer, and repentance. Prov. 22. 3. The prudent man foreseeth the evil, and hideth himself. Thus the godly hide themselves under the wings of God's promises.

The Psalmist says, I have not hid thy righteous- ness within my heart, Psal. 40. 10. that is, I have not smothered, or shut it up there, but spread it abroad for thy glory, and the goad of the world. Our first parents hid themselves from the presence of God, after they had eaten the forbidden fruit, being filled with shame and emiscience of their aiitlt, and dread of judgment. Gen. 3.8. The Psalmist pr«j(.c, That God would not hide him- self from his supplication, Psal. 55. 1. that is, that he would njt turn away his face and ear, as one resolved not to hear nor help; but that he would be pleased to hear him, to look favourably upon him. Jt is spoken after the manner of men, who show their aversion and estrangement, by hiding their face, hy turning from any one. In Psal. 119. 19. David prays to God, not to hide his commandments from him ; to discover to him the sense and meaning of them.

Gen. 18. 17. shall I A. from Abraham what I do ? 47. IB. we will not A. it from my lord, how that

Frxod. 2. 3. and when she could not longer A. him

Xfr.'. 20.4. any ways A. their eyes from the man

Vettt. 22. 1. go astray, and A. thyself from them, 4. 3. with alllost things, thou mayestnotA. thyself

Josh. 2. 16. and A. yourselves there three days

7. 19. tell what thou hast done, h, it not from me

HIG

Judg. 6. 11. to A. the wheat from the Midianites lSam.3. 17. A. it notfrom me, if thou A. 2 Sam. 14. 18.

19. 2. abide in a secret place, and A. thyself

20. 2. why should my father A. this thing from me .'

5. let me go, that I may A. myself in the field 19. come to the place where thou didst A. thyself

1 Kings 17. 3. and A. thyself by the brook Cherith 22. 25. into an inner chamber to h. 2 C'Ar. 18. 24.

Job 13. 20. tlien will I not A. myself from thee 14. 13. O that thou wouldest A. me in the grave 20. 12. though he A. it under his tongue

33. 17. from his purpose, and A. pride from man 40. 13. A. them in the dust together, and bind

Psal. 17. 8. A. me under the shadow of thy wings 27.5. time of trouble he shall A. me in his pavilion, in secret of his tabernacle shall he A. me .30. 7. thou didst A. thy face and I was tioubled 31. 20. thou shalt A. them in secret of thy presence 55. 1. and A. not thyself from my supplication 64. 2. A. me from the secret counsel of the wicked 78. 4. we will not A. them from their children 89. 46. how long, O Lord, wilt thou A. thyself.' 119. 19. A. not thy commandments from me 143. 9. deliver me, O Lord, I fiee to thee to A. me Prov. 2. 1. and A. my commandments with thee Isa. 1.15. I will A. my eyes from you, I will not hear

2. 10. and A. thee in tlie dust, for fear of the Lord

3. 9. they A. nottheii sin || 16. 3. h. the outcasts

26. 20. A. thyself as it were for a little moment 29. 15. woe to them that seek deep to A. their conns. 58. 7- that thou A. not thyself from thine own flesh

Jer. 13. 4. and A. it there in a hole of the rock

6. girdle which I commanded thee to A. there 36. 19. go, A. thee, tfiou, and Jeremiah, and let

38. 14. 1 will ask thee a thing, A. nothing from me 25. h. it not from us |1 43. 9. A. them in the clay

Lam. 3. 56. A. not thine ear at my breathing, my cry Ezek. 28. 3. there is no secret they can A. from thee

31. 8. cedarsingardenof Godcouldnot A. him

39. 29. neither will 1 A. my face any more from th. Jam. 5. 20. and shall A. a multitude of sins

Rev. 6. 16. h. us from the face of him that sitteth See Face. HIDE himself. 1 Sam. 23. 19. dotli not David A. himself? 26. 1. Jer. 23. 24. can any A. himself in secret places ? 49. 10. and he shall not be able to A. himself John 12. 36. and .lesus did A. himself from them

HIDE themselves. Deut.7. 20. till they that A. themselves be destroyed

1 Sam. 13. 6. the people did A. themselves in caves

2 Kings 7. 12. Syrians gone to A. themselves in field Job 24. 4. the poor of the earth A. themselves

Hi. 22. where workers of iniquity may A. themselves Psal, 56. 6. they A. themselves, they mark my steps Prov. 28. 28. when the wicked rise, men A. themselves Dan. 10. 7. so that they fled to A. themselves Amos 9. 3. tho' they A. themselves in top of Carmel

HIDEST. Job 13. 24. why A. thy face ? Psal. 44. 24. 1 88. 14. Psal. 10. 1. why A. thou thyself in times of trouble .'

104. 29. thou A. thy face, they are troubled Isa. 45. 15. verily thou art a God that A. thyself

HIDETH. 1 Sam. 23. 23. find the lurking places where he A. Job 23. 9. he A. himself on the right hand, that

34. 29. when he A. his face, who can behold him ? 42. 3. who is he that A. counsel without knowledge Psal. 10. 11. he A. his face, he will never see it

139. 12. yea, the darkness A. not from thee Prov. 10. 18. he that A. hatred with lying lips 19. 24. the slothful A. his hand in his Msom, 26. 15. 22. 3. a prudent man foreseeth and A. himself, 27.12.

27. 16. whosoever A. her, A. the wind

28. 27. he that A. his eyes shall have many a curse Isa. 8. 17. that A. his face from the house of Jacob Mat. 13. 44. which when a man hath found, he A.

HIDING. Job 31. 33. by A. mine iniquity in my bosom Psal. 32. 7. thou art my A. place, 119. 114. Isa. 28. 17. the waters shall overflow the A. place

32. 2. a man shall be as an A. place from the wind IJah. 3. 4. and there was the A. of his power,

HIGH.

High places, in Hebrew, Eamoth. They are ofteii spoken of in Scripture, and the prophets upbraid the Israelites /or nothing with so much zeal as for worshipping upon the high places. The destroying of these high places is a commendation given but to few princes in the scripture ; and many of them, though otherwise zealous for the observance of the law, had net the courage tc ruin these eminences, and prevent the people from sacrificing upon them.

While the temple was not built, there was nothing in high places expressly contrary to the law, pro- vided God only was adored there, and that no in- cense or victims were offered to idols. Under the Judges they seem to have been tolerated; and Samuel offered sacrifices in several places be- sides the tabernacle, where the ark was not pre- sent. Even in David's time, they sacrificed to the Lord at Shiloh, Jerusalem,

Dr. Prideaux thinks it probable that the Proseu- ch£e, which he says were open courts, built like tliose in which the people prayed at the tabernacle, and at the temple, and in one of which our Saviour is said to have continued all night in prayer to God, Luke 6. 12. were the lame which in the Old Testament are called high places. And he says, that he is confirmed in this opinion, in that the Proseucha; had groves in or about them, in the same manner as the high places liad. Connect. Part i. Book 6.

Gen. 29. 7. and he said, lo, it is yet A. day

Exod.li. 8. Israel went out with A. hand, Aum. 33. 3.

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Num. 11. 31. brought quails as it were two cubits A. Veut. 3. 5. the cities were fenced with A. walls 12. 2. sen'ed their gods on the A. mountains

26. 19. and to make thee A. above all nations 28. 43. the stranger shall get up above thee very h,

52. till thy A. and fenced walls come down 32. 27. lest they should say, our hand is A. 1 Kings 9. 8. at this house which is A. every one hiss

1 CAr. 17. 17. to the estate of a man of A. degree

2 CAr. 7.21. this house is A. shall be an astonishment Esth. 5. 14. a gallows be made of fifty cubits A. 7. 9. Job 11. 8. it is as A. as heaven, what canst thou do '.

21. 22. seeing he judgeth those that are A.

22. 12. and behold the stars, how A. they are

38. 15. and the A. arm shall be broken

41. 34. he beholdeth all A. things, he is a king Psal. 18. 27. but thou wilt bring down A. looks 49. 2. give ear, both low and A. rich and poor 62. 9. and men of A. degree are a lie 71. 19. thy righteousness also, O God, is very h, 78. 69. he built his sanctuai-y like A. palaces 89. 13. strong is thy hand, A. is thy right hand 97. 9. thou, Lord, art A. above earth, 99. 2. 1 113. 4. 101. 5. him that hath an A. look and proud heart 103. 11. for as the heaven is A. above the earth 131. 1. nor do 1 exercise in things too A. for me

138. 6. though the Lord be A. yet hath he respect

139. 6. such knowledge, it is A. cannot attain to it

149. 6. let the A. praises of God be in their mouth

150. 5. praise him on A. sounding cymbals Prov. 18. 11. and as an A. wall in nis own conceit

21. 4. an A. look and a proud heart, is sin

24. 7. wisdom is too h. for a fool, he openeth not

F.ccl. 12. 5. when shall be afraid of that which is A.

Isa. 2. 13. day of the Lord on all cedars that are A. 14. and upon all the A. mountains and hills 6. 1. the Lord sitting on a throne A. and lifted up 10. 12. I will punish the glory of his A. looks

33. the A. ones of stature shall be hewn down 24. 21. punish the host of tlie A. ones tliat are on A.

25. 12. the fortress of A. fort shall he bring down

30. 13. as a breach swelling out in an A. wall

52. 13. behold my servant shall be very A.

57. 15. for thus saith the A. and lofty One

Jer. 17. 12. a glorious A. throne from the beginning

31. 21. set up way-marks, make thee A. heaps

49. 16. though thou make thy nest A. as the eagle 51. 58. her A. gates shall be burnt with fire

Ezek. 1. 18. as for their rings they were so A, 17. 24. that 1 have brought down the A. tree 21. 26. exalt the low, and abase him that is A. 31. 3. behold the Assyrian was of h. stature .34. 14. I will feed them on the A. mountains Dan. 8. 3. the two horns were A. one was higher Obad. 3. whose habitation is A. that saith in his heart Zeph. 1. 16. a day of alarm against the A. towers ,. John 19. 31. for that sabbath day was an A. day Acts 13. 17.. with an A. arm brought he them out -/foOT.12.16. mind not A. things || 13. U. it is A. time 2 Cor. 10. 5. casting down every A. thing that exalts Phil. 3. 14. for the prize of the A. calling of God Rev. 21. 12. holy Jerusalem had a wall great and A. See Gate, God, Hill, Hills. Most HIGH. Num. 24. 16. and knew the knowledge of the most II. Deut. 32. 8. when the most H. divided to the nations 2 Sam. 22. 14. when tlie most H. uttered his voice Psal. 7. 17. I will praise the Lord, and sing praise to the name of the Lord most II. 9. 2. 1 92. 1.

21 . 7. thro' mercy of the most H. shal 1 not be moved 4t;. 4. holy place of the tabernacle of the most II. 47. 2. the Lord most H. is terrible, a great king

50. 14. offer to G od , and pay thy vows to tlie most If. 56. 2. that fight against me, O thou most H.

57. 2. 1 will cry unto God most II. unto God that. 73. 11. and is there knowledge in tlie most II.? 77. 10. the years of the right hand of the most II.

78. 17. by provoking the most H. in wilderness, 56. 82. 6. all of you are the children of the most H.

83. 18. that thou art most II. over all tlie earth 91. 1. dwelleth in the secret place of the moit H.

9. thou hast made the most H. thy habitation

92. 8. but thou. Lord, art most H. for evermore 107. 11 ■ contemned the counsel of the most H.

Isa. 14. 14. 1 will ascend, I will be like the most IT. Lam. 3. 35. turn aside before the face of the most II.

38. out of mouth of most li. proceedeth not evil Dan. 4. 17. that the most H. rultth in the kingdom

24. and this is the decree of the most II.

25. that the most H. rules in kingdom of men. 32.

34. and I blessed the most H. and I praised him 7. 18. the saints of most H. shall take the kingdom

22. judgment was given to the saints of most U. 25. shall speak great words against the mott H.

27. to the people of the saints of the most II. Hos. 7. 16. ttiey return, but not to the most II.

11. 7. though they called them to the most H. Acts 7. 48. the most H. dwelleth not in temples made See Mountain. On HIGH. Exod. 25. 20. cherubims stretch wings on h. 37. 9. .39. .31. they tied a lace of blue, to fasten it on A. Deut. 28. 1. thy God will set thee on A. above 2 Sam. 22. 49. thou also hast lifted me up on A. 23. 1. and the man who was raised up o»* A. said

1 Kings 21. 9. set N aboth on A. among the people, 12.

2 Kings lQ.22.againstwhom hast thou lifted up thine eyes onh.? against Holy One of 1 srael '. Isa.SJ. 23.

1 CAron. 14. 2. for his kingdom was lifted up on A.

2 CAr. 20. 19. stood up to praise Go

16. 19. witness is m heaven, and my record is on h. 31. 2. what inheritanceof the Almighty from on A.

39. 18. what time she lifteth up herself on A.

27. the eagle mount up and make her nest on A. ? Psal. 7. 7. for their sakcs therefore retuni on h. 68. 18. thou hast ascended on A. thou hast led 69. 29. let thy salvation, O God, set me up on A. 75. 5. lift not up your horn on A. speak not with 91. 14. I willset himon A. because nehalli known 93. 4. the Ix)rd on A. is mightier than the noise 107. 41. setteth he the poor on A. from aSliction

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yM/.llS. 5. wlioisliketoourGod,whodwcil.(m/i..' Jsa. 22. 10. that hewcth him out a sepulchre onh,? 24. 18. tbi the windows from 07i h. are open

21. punish the host of hia;h ones that are on h, 26. 5. ho bringeth down them that dwell cm h. 32. 15. till the .Spirit be poured on us from on h. .^3. 5. he dwelleth on h. |1 16. he shall dwell on h. 40. 26. lift up your eyes on h. and behold

58. 4. to make your voice to be heard on h.

let. 25. 30. the Lord shall roar from on h.

Esek. 31. 4. the deep set him up o7i h. with her rivers

Hab. 1. 9. tliat he may set his nest on A. to be deliver.

.■?. 10. the deep lifted up his hands on It. I.7ike\. 78. the day-spring from on h. hath visited us

24. 49. till ye be endued with power from on h. Uph. 4. 8. when he ascended upon h. he led captivity lleb. 1. 3. on the right hand of the Majesty on h. See Plack, Places, Priest, 'Iower. HIGH-wai/, or ways. Lev, 26. 22. and ^our h.-ways shall be desolate AW(. 20.17. hy kmg'sA.-a^flj',19. 121.22. Ueut.l.iri. Juig, 5. 6. in days of .lael h.-uays were unoccupied

20. 31. they began to kill the people in the h.-ways

32. let us flee, and draw them unto the h.-zcays 45. gleaned of them in the h.-viays 5000 men

1 Sam. 6. 12. the kine went along the h.-viay lowing

2 Sam. 20. 12. Amasa wallowed in blood in h.-aay 2 Ki7igs 18. 17. A.-rt'. of fuller's field, Isa. 7. 3. 1 36.2. Prov. 16. 17. h.-u: of upright to depart from evil Isa. 11. 16. an h.-tcay for the remnant of his people

19. 23. shall be &h.-woy out of Egypt to Assyria .33. 8. h.-Kays lie waste, way-faring man ceaseth 35. 8. and an h.-way shall be there, and a way 40. 3. make in the desert a h.-way for our God 49. 11. and my h.-uays sh&W be exalted 62. 10. cast up, cast up the h.-aay, gather stones Jer. 31. 21. set thine heart toward the h.-way Amos 5. 16. they shall say in all the h.-ways, alas Mat. 22. 9. go therefore into the h.-ways, Luke 14. 23. Mark 10. 46. Bartimeus sat by the h. aay begging

HIGHER. Num. 24. 7. and his king shall be h. than Apag

1 Sam. 9. 2. Saul was h. than any of the people

2 Kings 15. 35. Jotham built h. gate of the house Neh. 4. 13. on the h. places, I even set the people Job 35. 5. behold the clouds, which are h. than thou J'sal. 61. 2. lead me to the rock that is h. than I

89. 27. I will make him h. than kings of the earth Led. 5. 8. he regardeth, and there be h. than they Isa. 55. 9. as the heavens are h. than earth, so my ways h. than your ways, thoughts than yours Jer. 36. 10. then read Baruch in the A. court Ji.zek. 9. 2. six men came from the way of the A. gate

42. 5. for the galleries were A. than these

43. 13. and this shall be the A. place of the altar Dan. 8. 3. one horn A. than the other, A. came last Luke 14. 10. he may say to thee, friend, go up'^'r— - Horn. 13. 1 . let every soul be subject to the A. powers Heb. 7. 26. an High Priest made A. than the heavens

HIGHE.ST. S Chr. 32. + 33. buried Hezekiah in A. of sepulchres Psal. 18. 13. Lord thundered, the H. gave his voice

87. 5. and the H. himself shall establish her Prov. 8. 26. nor the A. part of the dust of the world

9. 3. she crieth upon the A. places of the city Jicel. 5. 8. he that is higher than the A. regardeth Exek. 1". 3. and took the h. branch of the cedar

22. I will take of the A. branch of the cedar

41. 7. so increased from lowest chamber to the A. Mat. 21. 9. saying, Hosanna in the A. Mark 11. 10. Luke 1. 32. and shall be called the Son of the H. 35. the power of the H. shall overshadow thee 76. thou Shalt be called the prophet of the H. 2. 14. glory to God in the A. on earth peace, 19. 38. 6. 35. and ye shall be the children of the H. 14. 8. when bidden sit not down in the A. room '. 20. 46. and love the A. seats in the synagogues

HIGHLY. Lnke 1. 28. the angel said, thou art A. favoured

16. 15. that which is A. esteemed amongst men Acts 12. 20. Herod was A. displeased with Tyre Rom. 12. 3. not to think of himself more A. than Phil. 2. 9. wherefore God also hath A. exalted him

1 Thess. 5. 13. and to esteem them very A. in love

HIGH-MINDED. Rom. 11. 20. be not A. but fear, 1 Tim. 6. 17.

2 Tim. 3. 4. traitors, heady, A. lovers of pleasure

HIGHNES.S. Job 31. 23. by reason of his A. I could not endure Isa. 13. 3. even them that rejoice in my A.

HILL. Exod. 24. 4. Moses built an altar under the A. Num. 14. 45. the Canaanites which dwelt in that A. Deut. 1. 41. ye were rcadv to go up into the A. 4,3. Josh. 5. 3. circumcised Israel at the A. of foreskins

17. 16. they said, the A. is not enough for us

24, 30. Joshua buried on the A. Ciaash, Jujg. 2. 9.

33. Eleazar was buried in a A. that pertained Judff. 7. 1. the Midianites were by the A. of ^Ioreh

1 .Sam. 7. 1. ark into the house of Abinadab in the A.

9. 11. as Saul and his ser\'auts went up the A.

10. 5. after that thou shall come to A. of God, 10. 23. 19. David hid in the A. of Hachilah, 26. 1. 2.'). 20. Abigail came down by the covert of the A.

2 Sam. 2. 24. when they were come to A. of Ammah 13. 34. much people came by the A. behind him 16. 13. Shimei went along on the A. side, cursing

21. 9. they hanged them in the A. before the Lord

1 Kings 11. 7. Solomon built in the A. for Chemosh 16. 24. Omri bought the A. Samaria, built on A.

2 Kings 4. 27. she came to the man of God to the A. Ps. 24. 3. who shall ascend into the A. of the Lord

42. 6. 1 will remember thee from the A. Mizar 68. 15. the A. of God is as the A. of Bashan 16. this is the A. which Goddesireth to dwell in Cant. 4. 6. I will get me to the A. of frankincense Jsa. 5. 1. hath a vineyard in a very fruitful A. 10. 32. shall shake his hand against A. of.Ierusalem 30. 17. till ye be left as an ensign on an A. .\i. 4. Ix)rd of hosts shall fight for the A. thereof 40. 4. every mountain and A. shall be made low Jtr 16. 16. they shall hunt them from every A, 230

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Jer. 31. 39. the measuring line upon the A. Gareb

49. 16. thou that boldest the height of the A.

50. 6. they have gone from mountain to A. Ezek. 34. 26. will make places about ray A. a blessing Mat. 5. 14. a city that is set on an A. cannot be hid Luke 3. 5. and every A. shall be brought low

4. 29. and they led him to the brow of the A.

9. 37. when they were come down from the A. Acts 17. 22. then Paul stood in the midst of Mar's A.

H 1 l.l,-cou7ilry. Josh. 13.6. inhabitants of A.-co«n

21. 11. gave to the sons of Aaron, Arba in h.-coun. Luke 1. 39. and Mary went into the h. cotmt/y

65. were noised thro' all the A.-country of Judea High HILL, S. Gen. 7. 19. all high h. under heaven were covered 1 A'inj?j14.23.grovesonevery Ai>AA.2 Ainojl7.10. Psal. 68. 15. is a high h. as the hill of Bashan 16. why leap ye, ye high. A,.' this is hill G. desires 104. 18. high h. are a refuge for the wild goats Isa. 30. 25. and on every high A. rivers of waters Jer. 2. 20. when on every high A. thou wanderest, 23.

17. 2. whilst children remember groves on high A. Exek. 6. 13. slain men among idols on every highh.

20. 28. then they saw every high A. and thick trees 34. 6. my sheep wandered on every high h.

Holy HILL. Psal. 2. 6. I have set my king on my holy A. of Zion

3. 4. 1 cried to I>ord, he heard me out of his holy A.

15. 1. Lord, who shall dwell in thy holy h.? 43. 3. let them lead me, bring me to thy holyh. 99. 9. worship at his holy A. the Lord is holy

HILL, with top.

Exod. 17. 9. to-morrow I will stand on top of the A.

10. Moses, Aaron, and Hur, went to (op of the A.

Kum. 14. 44. they presumed to go up to the A. top

Judg. 16. 3. Samson carried them to tlie top of an A.

1 Sam. 26. 13. David stood on the top of an A.

2 Sam. 2. 25. and Abner stood on the top of an A.

16. 1. David was a little past the top of the A. 2 Kings 1, 9. Elijah sat on the top of an A.

HILLS, Gen. 49- 26. to the utmost bound of the everlasting A. Akot. 23. 9. and from the A. I behold him Deut. 8. 7. that spring out of the valleys and A. 9. out of whose A. thou mayest dig brass ll.ll.it is a land of A. and valleys, and drinketh .33. 15. for the precious things of the lasting A. Josh. 10. 40. .Joshua smote all the country ot the A. 11. 16. so Joshua took all that land, the A.

1 Ki7igs CO. 23. their gods are the gods of the It. 28. 22. 17. I saw all Israel scattered on the A.

2 Kings 16. 4. burnt incense on the A. 2 Chron. 28. 4. Job 15. 7. or wast thou made before the A. ? Psal. 18. 7. the foundations also of the A. moved

50. 10. the cattle on a thousand A. are mine

65. 12. the little A. rejoice on every side

72. 3. and the little A. by righteousness

80. 10. the A. were covered with the shadow of it

95. 4. the strength of the A. is his also

97. 5. the A. melted like wax at the presence of L.

98. 8. let the A. be joyful together

104. 10. he sendetli springs, which run among the A.

13. he watereth the A. from his chambers .32. he toucheth the A. and they smoke

114. 4. and the little A. skipped like Iambs, 6. 121. 1. 1 wilt lift up mine eyes to the A. whence 148. 9. mountains and all A. praise the Lord Prov. 8. 25. before the A. was I brought forth Ca7it. 2. 8. he cometh skipping upon llie A. Isa. 2. 2. and shall be exalted above the A.

14. the day of the Lord shall be on all the A.

5. 25. the A. did tremble, their carcases were torn 7. 25. on all A. shall not come the fear of briers

40. 12. ^ho hath weighed the A. in a balance ?

41. 15. and thou shalt make the A. as chaff

42. 15. I will make waste mountains and A.

54. 10. mountains shall depart, the A. be removed

55. 12. the A. shall break forth into singing 65.7. which have blasphemed me upon the A.

Jer. 3. 23. in vain is salvation hoped for from the h.

4. 24. I beheld, and lo, tlie A. moved lightly 13. 27. I have seen thy abominations on the A.

Exek. 6. 3. thus saith the Lord to the A. 36. 4. .35. 8. with his slain men in thy A. and valleys 36. 6. and say to the A. to the rivers, and vallevs

Hos. 4. 13. they burn incense on the A. under oal

10. 8. and they shall say to the A. fall on us Joel 3. 18. and the A. shall flow with milk Amos 9. 13. drop wine, and all the A. shall melt Mic. 4. 1. and it shall be exalted above the A.

6. 1. arise, and let the A. hear thy voice JVaA. 1. 5. the A. melt, and the earth is burnt Hah. 3. 6. the perpetual A. did bow, his ways Zeph. 1. 10. and a great crashing from the A. Luke 23. 30. they shall begin to say to the A. cover us

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Ge7i. 41. 13. me he restored, and A. he hanged Exod. 32. 33. whoso, hath sinned, A. I will blot out Num. 14. 24. Caleb, A. will 1 bring into the laml

16. 5. to come near, even A. whom ne hath chosen Detit. 10. 20. A. shalt thou serve, and to A. cleave

18. 5. the Lord hath chosen A. and his sons for ever 1 Sam. 10.24. see ye A. whom the Ld. hath chosen

1 Kings 14. 11. A. thatdieth in city, 16. 4. 1 21. 24. CL 21. A. that pisseth against the wall, 2 Ki7igs9. 8.

2 Ki7tgs 11. 2. and they hid A. even A. and his nurse

15. and A. that followed her. kill with the sword

17. .36. A. shall ye fear, A. shall ye worship Neh. 13. 26. A. did outlandish women cause to sin JE'VA. 8. 7. A. they have hanged on the gallows Job 15.31. let not A. that is deceived trust in vanity

29. 12. I delivered A. that had none to help A. 36. 22. behold, who teacheth like h.? 40. 9. or canst thou thunder with a voice like A..' 42. a. Job shall pray for you, for A. will 1 accept Psal. 4. 3. the Lord hath set apart A. that is godly 25. 12. A. stiall he teach in the way he shall choose 45. 11. worship A. |I72. 12. A. who hath no helper 101. 5. A. will I cut ofi", A. that hath an high look Prov. 6. 19. A. that soweth discord among brethren 24. 24, A. shall the people curse, nations shall abhor

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Eccl. 10.' 1. a little folly A. that is in reputation Jer. 48. 35. A. that offerethin the high places E,xek. 35. 7. and cut off from it h. that passtth out Amos 1. 5. and A. that holdelh the sceptre Mai. 2. 12. will cut off' A. that oftereth an oft"ering Mat. 4. 10. A. only shalt thou serve, Luke A. 8. 10. 32. whosoever shall confess me before men, A, will I confess also bef. my Father, Luke 12. 8. 33. A. will 1 deny before my Father in heaven 40. receiveth A. that sent me, Mark 9. 37. 17. 5. this is my Son, hear ye A. Acts 3. 22. 1 7. 37. 18. 15. go tell A. between thee and A. alone 24. 18. nor let A. in the field return, Mark 13. 10. 27. 32. A. they compelled to bear his cross Mark 13. 14. let A. that readeth understand

1.5. let A. that is on the house-top not go down Luke 23.25. A. that for sedition and murder was 24. 24. as the women had said, but A. they saw not Johnb. 38. whom he hath sent, A. ye believe not 43. come in his own name, A. ye will receive 6. 27. for A. hath God the Father sealed .37. A. that cometh unto me, I will in no wise ca.st out 9.31. A. heheareth ||12. 26. A. will my Father lion. 13. 32. God shall also glorify A. in himself Acts'i. 23. A. beingdeliveredll5. 31.A. God exalted 10. 40. A. God raised up the third day, and shewed 16. 3. A. would Paul have to go forth with A .

17. 23. whom ye worship A. declare I unto you Rvm. 14. 1. A. that is weak in the faith receive

3. let not A. that eateth, despise A. that eateth not

1 Cor. 3. 17. any defile temple, A. shall God destroy

10. 12. let A. that thinketh he standeth take heed

2 Cor. 5. 21 . for he hath made A. to be sin for us Gal. 6. 6. let A. that is taught in the word Eph, 4. 28. let A. that stole steal no more

Phil. 2. 23. h. therefore 1 hope to send presently

29. receive A. therefore in the Ld. with gladn»'S$ 2 Thess. 2. 9. A. whose coming is after the working Heb. 2. 14. might destroy A. that had power of death

11. 12. sprang there of one and A. as good as dead

Above HIM. Dan. 11.5. shall be strong aAoie A. and havedomin.

About HIM.

1 Sam. 22. 6. his servants were standing oAowt A. 7.

17. king said to the footmen that stootf «Ao»i/ A.

1 Kings b. 3. not build for wars which were abmtt A.

2 Chron. 18. 31. they compassed abmtt h. to fight Job 1. 10. hast not thou made an he

89. 7- and to be had in reverence of all abmtt A.

Jer. 48. 17. all ye that are about h. bemoan him

39. Moab shall be a dismaving to all aboitt A.

50. 32. and it shall devour all round about A. Lam. 1. 17. his adversaries shall be round about A. Ezek. 12. 14. scatter all that are abottt A. to help him

.32. 22. his graves are round about h. 25. 26. Mat.S. 18. when Jesus saw greatmultitudes about i, Mark 3. 32. the multitude sat about h. and said John 10. 2-i. then came the Jews round about A. Rev. 4. 8. four beasts had each six wings about A.

After HIM. Gen. 17. 19. with him and with his seed after A.

18. 19. he will command his household after A. £«(/. 28.43. it shall be a statute for his seed a/rer A.

29. 29. the holy garments shall be his son's after A.

Lev. 20. 5. will cutotf all that go a whoring after h.

Num. 32. 15. for if ye turn away from after A.

Josh. 20. 5. if the avenger of blood pursue after A.

Judg. 1.6. Adoni-bezek lied, they pursued after h. 3. 28. they went after A. and took the fords 6. 34. and Abiezer was gathered after A. 35.

1 Sam. 14. 13. and his armour-bearer after A.

17. .35. I went out a/<«r A. and smote him 26. 3. and David saw that Saul came alter h.

2 Sa/n. 1.6. the horsemen followed hard after It. 15. 17. king went forth and all the people after A.

23. 10. the people returned after A. only to spoil

1 Kings 1. 20. on the throne of my lord after A. 27 15. 4. to set up his son after A. and establish Jer.

2 Kings 5. 20. 1 will run after h. and take somewha 9. 27. Jehu followed after A. and said, smite

14. 19. sent after A. to Lachish, 2 Chro7i. 25. 27.

18. 5. so that after A. was none like him, 23. 25.

1 Chron. 27. 7. Joab, and Zebadiah his son after h,

2 Chro7i. 26. 17. Azariah the priest went in after h, Neh. 3. 16. after A. repaired. So to the 3lst verse Job 18. 20. they that come after h. shall be astonied

21. 21. what pleasure hath he in his housea//er A. 33. and every man shall draw after A .

41. .32. he maketh a path to shine after h. Psal. 49. 17- his glory shall not descend after A. Prov.QO. 7. his children are blessed after A. Eccl. 3. 22. bring to see what shall be after A. 6. 1£

7. 14. that man should find nothing after A.

10. 14. what shall be after A. who can tell him ? Exek. 9. 5. goye after h. thro' the city, and smite Luke 19. 14. and sent a message after A. saying John 12. 19. behold, the world is gone after h. Acts 5. 37. and drew away much people after A.

7.5. he would give it to him, and to his seen after A.

17.27. seek Lord, if haply they might feel ff//

19. 4. believe on him which should come ajier A.

Against HIM. Gen.'16. 12. and every man's hand agai7isl A. .32. 25. he saw that he prevailed not against h. 37. 18. they conspired agaitist A. 1 Kings 15. 27- 1 16. 9. 2 Kings 14. 19. 1 15. 10, 25. 1 21. 23^ Exod. 16. 8, Lord heareth your murmurings which ye murmur agai7isth. Num. 14. ."16. I 16. 11. Num. 22. 22. stood for an adversary agai7ut A. Deut. 19. 11. but if any man rise up agai/tst A. 16. if a false witness rise to testify agai7ist A. 33. 11. smite through the loins that rise against h. Josh. 5. 13. there stood a man over-af/ai7ist A. Judg. 14. 5. beliold a young lion roared agai7ist A. 15. 14. the Philistines shouted aj?ai>»/ A.

20. 23. and the Ix)rd said, go up agai7tst A.

2 .Sam. 10. 9. the front of the battle was against A.

1 Kings 13. 4. hand he put forth agaiTist A. dried up

21. 10. sons of Belial to bear witness agaiTist A.

2 Ki7igs23. 29. and king Josiah went upagainsi A,

24. 2, Lord sent against h. bands of Chaldees

HIM

C Chron. 3C. iT- fo rail anil fo speak against It. Ksth. 6. l,"i. thou Shalt not prevail aynin.'t h. Job 2. 3. altliouali thou move

8. 4. if thy children have sinned against li.

14. £0. thou prevailest tor ever against h.

33. 13. why dost thou strive against h. !

.35.6. if thou sinnest, what doest thou against h. ? Psal. 78. 1*. and they sinned yet more against li. Prov. 17. 11. acniel messen^'ef shall he sent agsl. Ii. JlccI. 4. 1'-'. and it one prevail agaiinf li. two witlist. Isa. 10. 15. sliall the axe boast agst. h. that hewttli r or the saw magnify itselt ng. h. that shaketh it .'

31. 4. when sheplierd's are calleil forth against li.

45. C4. all tl>at are incensed agaimt h. he ashamed

5y. 111. Spirit of I,, shall lift up a standard agst. h. Jer. 20. 10. he enticed and w t shall prevail agst. h.

31. 20. for since 1 spake ag^t. h. 1 rememher liim 51.3. (7yai«j

I'.zek. 29. 2. and prophesy agst. h. and 1 fjy pt. :l);. 2.

38. 21. and 1 will call tor a sword against li. 22. I will plead ag. h. with iiestilence and Mood Dan. 9. 11. because we have sinned anainst h.

11. It), hut he that Cometh agst. h. shall do accord. Jl/i'r. 3. 5. they even prepare war against b.

7. 9. I will t>ear, because 1 have sinned ngain't h. llah. 2. 6. shall not these take up a parable ag. h. '.' Mat. 12. 14. and held a counsel against k. Mali 3. 6. J. like 14. 31. to meet him that cometh against h. Aits 22. 24. wherefore they cried so against li.

23. 30. to say before thee w'hat they had against h. 25. 3. the hish-priest desired favour against li.

15. Jews desirinir to have judL'ment against h. JniffO. dui'St not briniri?^/?;?;'/ /i. a railinir accusal.

lo.whicli unL'odly sinners have spoken agaimt li. Rev. 19. 19. make w ar against h. tliat sat on the hurse

At HIM. Gen. 49. 23. the archers shot a: h. and hated him 1 Satn.'Xs. 33. Saul cast a.iavelln at ii. to smite him '2'ia'n. 16. 13. Shimei threw stones af A. and cast dust J11A27.23. men shall clap their hands at ii. Psal. 12. 5. in safetv from him that pufietli at h.

.37. 13. the Lord shall lauL'h at h. for lie seHh

X. (k the righteous also shall see and lauiih at h.

("i4. 4. suddenly do they shoot at h. ai.d fear not Jsa. 52. 15. the kini:s sliall shut their mouths at h. Jhni. 11.411. the kin^: of the sc.uth shall pu

12.4.rtr /j.thevcast'stones.andwound. him in head

■ 17. and they marvelled at h.

I.nkc 7. 9. he'marielleii at It. and turned about H. 19. they could not come at h. for the press John 0. 41. the lews then murmured at h.

8. 59. then took tliev up stones to cast at h.

lilfvT€ lU.M. Gtn. 24. .33. there was set meat hcfore h. tn e.it

32. 3. .lacob sent messengers hefvre It. to i'sau 21. so went the present over heiore It.

' 41. 43. and thev ci led bt-t\

43. 33. thev sat before h.' 44. 14. fell h, hne h. Prod. 34. 0. and the 1 ord passed hv /;, tore It. Anm. 11. 20. and have wept before'h. savin:; Josh. 6. 5. ascend up every man stiai^lit /)»7crf /(.

22. 27. might do the service of the Lord hifore h. Judg. 9.40. Abimelech chased, he Hed heUnc li.

14. 16. .'>amson"s w ife wei>t hefore h. and said. 17.

1 .S«m. 16. 6. surely the Lord's anointed is bi lore It.

21. and Uavid came to Saul and stood before li.

17. 7- and one bearing a shield w ent before h. £ Vam. 10. 13. thev tied Itefore It. 1 Cliron'\0. 14.

11. 13. Uriah did eat and

12. 20. when he required, they set bread before It. 15. 1. and liftv men to run bt'fore h. 1 Kinits 1. 5. 22. 24. 1 was also upriL'ht bejore/i. P^al. 18. 23.

1 Kings 3. 16. then came'two harlots, stood before h.

16. 25. Omri did worse than all before h. 3o, 33. 21. 10. and set two men, sons of i^elial, before h.

2 Kings '2. 15. they bowed to the Lrounci before It. 4. 12. the Shunainmite when called, stood 'before It.

:>8. the sons of the prophets were <\\.i\\y.: bej'ore It. 6. .32. and the kini: sent a man from biforch. 10. 4. kings stood nolhrfore /;. how shall'we stand

17. 2. not as kings of Israel that were before It.

18. 5. nor any that weie before It. were like him i'l. 11. thattheAmorites did, which were before h.

■ 23. 25. like to Josiah there was no kini: hefore It. 25. 29. did eat bread continually before h. Jer. 5J. .33.

1 (Jlir. 16. 29. brinir an offerimz.'and come before It. .30. tear hefore h. Psal. 96. 9. led. 3. 14. IB. 12.

29.25. not any hefore h. like Solomon for majesty £ ( 'hron. 2. 4. to burn hefore h. sweet incense, 6.

14. 5. and the kimrdom was qidet hefore Ii.

29. 1 1 . tlie Lord hath chosen vou to stand before It. A'-/'. 2. L it came to pass that wine was before h. p.sth. 4. 8. to make reiuest heftne li. for her jieople

6.9. proclaim heforeli. 11. ii'lS. fall hefore It. Jch 13. 15. but 1 will nuiintain mv v.-avs before /i,

16. an hypocrite shall not come hejjre li.

21. 33. as there are innumerable before li.

2.3. 4. I would cnier my cause before It. and fill 26, 6. hell IS naked heforeli. and destruction 35. 14. judpment is before h. therefore trust in him 41. 22. and sorrow is turned into joy hefore It. Pial. 18. 6. my cry came hifore h. even to his ears 12. at the brightness that was before h.

22. 29. all that go to the dust shall bow before h. 50. .3. God shall come, a fire shall devour hefore h.

.62.8. ye people, |xiur out your heart before It. : 68. I. let them that hate him (lee hefore h.

4. sing unto (uxl.sinu: and rejoice heforeli. 72.9. they that dwell in wUdern. shall bow hefore It.

n. kinns shall \a\\ before h. nations shall serve h. 85. 13. righteousness shall k<> heforeli. and set us 'X>. 6. honour and majesty are before h. strength

9. worship the Lord, ivwr before h. all the earth 97. 3. a fire goeth before It. and burneth enemies 306.23. had not Moses his chosen stood before li. 142.2. I showed heforeli. my trouble Prov. 8. .30. his delight, rejoicing alwavs hefore h. 17. 24. wisdom is hefore h. that hath un'deistandini? Ua. 40. 10. reward with him, work before A. 62, 11.

H I ^l

I

Jer. 42. 9. to present vour supplications before It.

E-.ik. 28. 9. wilt thou say before li. that slay'eth thee .SO. 24. shall groan before h. with gleanings

Pan.~i. 10. ten thousand times lo.lXKt stood Af/i)rf li.

8. 4. so that no beasts might stand before It.

7. there was no ix)wer in the ram to stand hefore It. 11. 16. to his own will, none shall stand hefore It.

22. they shall be overflown from hefore h.

Mie. 6. 6. shall 1 come before It. with burnt offerings llab. 2. 20. let all the earth keep silence hefore It.

3. 5. before It. went the pestilence and burningcoals -V«/. 3. 16. a book of remembrance w ritten be-fore h. Mat. 25. .32. hefore It. be gathered all nations

27- 29. the\" bowetl the knee before li. and mocked Mark 3. 11.' fell down before It. and cried, 5. 33. J-.nke 1. 17. he shall l'o /^i/iirt A. in the spirit of Klias 75. in holiness and riuhteousness bitore It.

5. 18. they sou;:ht means to lay bimbefore It.

1 1 . 6. a n lend is come, I have iiothin:: to set hef. h, John 3. 2«, 1 said, that 1 am sent hefore h.

Jet^ 23. 33. they presented Paul also hefore h. J\'om. 4. 17. before h. whom he believed, even God I ph. 1. 4. hol.\ and without blame hefore h. in love Itfb. 12. 2. wiio for the joy that was set before h.

1 John 2. 28. not he ashamed before h. at his coming

3. 19. and sli.dl assure our hf arts ^cA'rf h.

h'e: . 13. 12. all tlie power of the lirst beast before h. 19. 20. false prophet that w rou^htmiracles before li.

Behind \WS\. Gen. 18. 10. .'^arah heard in the tent-door behind h.

2 Srtm. 2. 2:!. that the spear came out Inhindh.

2 A ings 6. .'V,'. is not sound of his master's feet heh. h.? Joel 'i. 14. and repent, and leave -AlAv^^ms. behind h. Zeeh. 1.8. hili.h. w eie redhorsesspeckled and white Mat. 9. 20. a woman diseased w itii an issue of blood came bth. h. and touched the hem, Lake 8. 44. Mark 12, 19. brother die. and leave hiswife heh. h. Luke'. .58. stood at his feet behind h. weeping

I'eside III.M. Vent. 4. 35. the Lord is God. there is none beside h. 2 .S(w. 15. 18. his servants passed on beside h. -Vt/j,8. 4. beside h. stood Mattithiali and Shema i

Between lil.M. T.ei . 26. 4t"). laws the L. made between h. and Isil. Mai. 3. 18. .-hall discern bet-.eet n It. that servetli God

iV.vwrflll.M. 1 .Sam. 20. 30. Jonathan shot an arrow beyond h,

r,

19. all that stood by h. went out from him 1 ■\im. 2. 3. and by h. actions are weiiihed

20. 7. then be sure that evil is determined by It.

1 Kings 22. 19. the host of heaven standiUL' by h.

2 Kings 3. 11. we may inquiieof the L.byh- 8. 8. 5. 1. by li. the Loril had ^'iven deliverance to .Syria

1 / hr. 11. 11. three hundred slain by h. at one time Sih. 2. 6. kins; said to me. the queen dl>o sitting by h.

4. 3. now lobia the Ammonite was by h. Pial.di. 11. every one tliat sweareth by h. glory i'«. 27. 7- the slaughterof them that are slain byh. Dan. 8. 11. hy h. daily sacrifice was taken away

12. 7- sware by It. that liveth for ever, l\ei. 10." 6. yah. 1. 6. and the rocks are thrown down by h. Mat. 23. 21. sweareth by h. who dwelleth therein

22. sweareth hy It. that sitteth thereon I -like 3. 19. ilercKl being rei^roved '/i/ A, shut up John

9. 7. Herod heard of all that was done hy h.

13. 17. the glorious things that were done hy h. John 1. 3. all thini;s were made hy h. witliout him

10. the world was made hy h. and knew liim not -/(•f.v2.22. bv miracles and wondejs tiod did by h. 3. 16. the faith which 13 by h. hath given, 4. 10. 13. .39. Ai//;.allthat believe justif. from all things 23. 11. the night follow ing the Lord stood hy //."

1 L'or. 1. 5. in e\"ery thing ye are enriched by h. 8. 6. by whom are all thiii;;s. and we by h.

l-fih. 4. 21. heard him. and have been tauL'ht hy h.

( ('/. 1. 16. for by h. were all things created in heaven

17. be is before all things, by h. all things consist

20. hy h. to reconcile all things to himself by h. 3. 17. giving thanks to God the Lather by h.

2 'Jim. 2. 26. w ho are taken captive by h. at his will IIeh.~. 25. to save them that come to God hy h.

13. 15. by h. let us offer the sacrifice of praise

1 Vet. 1. 21. \\\whyh. do believe in G. that raised 2. 14. are sent i^i/ /<. for punishment of e\il-doers

Voneerning HL"M. Jadq. 21. 5. made an oath eone. h. that came not up

2 Kings 19. 21 . word L. liath spoken eon. h. Is. .37.22. y.sth.W. 2. the king iiad so ctunnianded eoneerning It. Dan. 5. 29. and maile a proclamati

0. IB, the Jews did not beliive eonei rning h. .lets 2. 25. for I'avid speaketli eoneerning h.

23. 15. ye would inquire something eoneerning b. 1 Cor. 5. 3. eoneerning h. that hath so done this

.yce Fear. Por Hl.M. Gen. 2. IR. T will make him an help meet /or /i. 20. .37. .35. thus Joseph's father wept/iir/i. 43. 9. I w ill be suretv for h. of mv hand require J.zod. 22. 2. no blood sh'ed/. h. \\ 3. blood shed for h. Lev. 1. 4. and it shall lie accepted for h. to make atonement for h. 4. 26, 31. 15. 13. 1 14. 18, 19, 20, 31. 1 15. 15. I 19. 22. Sum. 5. 8. 1 6. 11. I 15. 28. Nam. 27. 21 . the priest, who shall ask counsel/cr h. 35. 32. ye shall take no satisfaction /urA. that is fled Dent. 19. 11. lie in wait/nr/i. and rise up against him ;i3. 7. let his hands be sufficient for h. be help to him Jttdg. 6. 31. he that will plead^or h. let him

ttIM

1 Kings 2. 22. ask/

2 C'Ar. 16. 14. they made very 'great burning/or A. 21. 19. and his people made no burning: /or A.

Lsth. 5. 4. to the banquet that 1 have prepared for h. 9. when Hamau saw that he moved iiotycr'A.

6. 3. the servants said, there is nothing done /or A. 4. to hanu on the gallows he had prepared /or A. Job )3. 7- and will you talk deceitlullv for h..'

3ti. 25. did not 1 weep for A. tliat was in trouble ? Psal. 3. 2. who say, there is no help/>r A. in God

.37. 7. rest in the Lord, and wait jJatiently /ur A.

49. 7- nor give to God a ransom tor h.

72. 15. prayer also shall be made jor A. continuallv Prov. 0. 4. as for A. that wanteth understanding', 10

28. 8. he shall gather it/or A. that will pity the poor Cant. 5. 4. and my bowels were moved />r A. 7->v/.8.17. I will wait upon the Lord aiid"look/>r A,

25. 9. we have waited .for A. he will save us, 9.

29. 21. that lav a snare for h. that reproveth in sate .30. 18. blessed are all they that waitynr A.

40. 1(1. Lord will come, his arm shall" rule /or A.

t>l. 4. what he hath prepared/ir A. that waiteth/or A. Jer. 22. 18. they shall not lament /or A. 18.

31. 20. theretoie my bowels are Ixouhled/ir A. I^am. 3. 25. Lord is L'Ood to them that wait for h. I'.zek. 17. 17. nor shall Pharaoh make/r A. "in war

31. 15. I covered the deep/or A. 1 caused Lebanon to mourn /or A. trees of the field fainted for A.

45. 20. so shalt thou do for A. that is simple Dan. 11. 17. not on his side, nor shall she be for h. Amos 3. 5. fall in a snare where no gin is /or A. Aeph. 1. 6. have not sought lA. nor inquired /'r A. Zi eh. 12. 10. shall mourn/or A. he in bitterness./or A. Mat. 12. 4. which was n"ot lawt'ul/ir h. to eat

18. 6. it were better for A. that a" millstone were hanged about his neck. Murk 9. 42. Luke 17. 2.

24. 5>\ when lie lookelh not for A. Luke 12. 46. Markb. 20. how L'leat things Jesus had done /or A. Lvke 2. 27. brought in the child Jesus, to do for A.

after the custom of the law

8. 40. for they were all waiting/or A.

9. 52. and they went to make ieady /or A. Aets 12. 5. but prayer was made unto God for A. 1 Cor. 16. 11. for 1 look yor A. with the brethren Col. 1. 16. all thinas were created bv him and for A. Heh. 9. 28. to them th.at look /or A. 'shall he appear

from III.M. Gen. 35. 13. and God went wyifrom A. in the place Jev. 5. 3. it be hid .from A. when he knoweth jf it Judg. 3. 19. all that stood by him, went out/ro«i A.

16. 19. to shave locks, his streni;th went .from A.

1 ."•«//;. 3. 18. and Samuel hid n6thini;.fn>m A.

2 Sam. 11. 15. retire jrom A. , 13. 9. we"nt out/r. A.

1 Kings QO. 33. whether any thing would come.fr. A.

2 /\'j«.(?,f25. 5. all his army were scattered /rom A. 2 Chron. 12. 12. the wrath of the L. turned /ro/j; A. Job 14. 6. turn;rom A. that he mav rest, till he shall Psal. 22. 24. nor hath he hid his'faceyrom A.

.35. 10. the poor ./'/I'm A. that spoileth him

.V). 12. then 1 would have hid myself/rom A.

t'i2. 1. waiteth on tiod,.f'r. A. cometh m.v salvation Isa. 5. 23. the rigliteoushess of the righteous fr. A.

53. 3. and we hid as it were our faces .from A. Jer. 3. 1. she so from A. and become another man's Dan. 5. 24. then was part of the hand sent ./"'cm A. Amos 5. 11. ye take /rom A. burdens of wlieat Jonah 3. 6. he arose, and laid his robe. from A. Mat. 5. 41^. from h. that would borrow'of thee

13. 12. /r. A. shall be taken, Mark 4. 25. Luke?,. IR.

25. 29. /r. A. hath not shall he taken, Luke 19. 20. Mark 14. .35. prayed, that the hour might pass/r. A. Lnke 11. 22. he taketh from A. all his armour John 7. 29. 1 am.fr. A.'|i 10. 5. but will flee from A. G///. 1. 6. are so soon removed /r. A. that called vou lltb. 12. 25. if we tuni away /ro7;i A. that speakcth 1 John 3. 17. shutteth up bowels ofcompassion.fr. A.

4. 21. and this commandment have wnfrom A. licv. 1, 4. and peace. from A. which is, which was ^ec Ut;i'.ti!T, I'r.PARTED. In HIM. Gen. 18. 18. all nations of earth shall be blessed in A. Liod. 23. 21. beware of him, for my name is in A. Judg. 9. 26. men of Shechem put conti

1 -Vim. 28. 20. and there was no strength in A. 29. 3. 1 have found no fault in A. John 19. 4, 6.

2 ■'•am. 22. 3. in A. will I trust, Psal. 91. 2.

31. he is a buckler to all that trust in A. Isa. .36. 6. 1 Kings 1. 52. if wickedness be i« A. he shall die 3. 28. they saw that the w isdom of Clod was in b.

14. 13. because in A. there is found some tood tiling

17. 17. sickness, that there was no breath left in A. 1 Chron. 5. 20. because they [lut their trust in h. Job 13. 15. thoui'li he slay me, yet w ill 1 trust in A.

.35. 14. iudument is before him. trust thou in b. Psal. 2. 12. blessed arc thev that )nit their trust m h.

18. .30. a buckler to all tho>e that trust in h. 28. 7. mv heart trusted in A. and 1 am heli'od .33. 21. o"ur heart shall reloice tn A. 6fi. 6. I 149. 2. 34. 8. blessed is the man that trusteth ik A.

22. none of them that trust in A. shall lie desolate

.37. 5. trust in A. ii 4ti. because they trust ik A.

62. 8. trust in A. at all times, ve peojile, pour out

61. 10. the righteous shall he tlad and trust in A.

72. 17. men shall be blessed tn A. all nations call

02. 15. is no unrighteousness tn A. John '. 18. Prov. 14. 7. perceivest not in h. lips of knowledge

.30. 5. he is a shield to them that put their trust in A. y.cel. 4. 16. that come alter shall not rejoice in A. Jer. 4. 2. tlie nations shall bless themselves in, A.

46, 25. Ph.iraoli and all tluin that trust in A.

48. 11. therefore his taste remained in h. Lam. 3. 24. mv portion, therefore will I hope in /», Dan. 3. 28. delivereil his servants who trusted in A,

6. 4. nor was an.v error or fault found in h. Chad. 7. there is none understanding in h. Sah. 1. 7. he knoweth them that trust in h.

llab. 2. 4. behold, his soul is not upright in A. Mat. 13. .'i7. and they were oflended in h. 14. 2- mi;;ht.v works do shew themselves in A. Lnke 23. 22, I have found no cause of death i« k, 231

HIM

John 1. 4. ('« /'. was life, the life was light of men 3, 15. whosoever l)elievetli in h. 16. Acts 10. 4.3. 4a 14. shall be >n h. a well of water springing up

6. 56. dwelleth in me and I in h. 10. 38. 1 15. 5.

7. 5. neither (iid his bj tthren helieve in h. B. 44. because tliere is no trutli in h.

9. 3. made nionife.st in h. \\ 11. 10. no light in h. IS. 31. God is glorified »'» h. \\ 32. if glorified ink.

Jlcis 17. 28. in U. we live, move, and have our being Horn, 10. 14. how shall they believe in h. of whom

15. 12. in h. shall the Gentiles trust

1 Cot. 2. 11. save the spirit of man which is inh.

8. 6. of whom are all things, we in h. 1 John 5. 20. • Cor.l. 19. was not yea, nay,but»» A. wasyea, 20.

ii. '21. might be made the n^hteousn. of God in h.

13.4. for we are weak i»A. Dutshall live with him jEv/i. 1. 4. chosen us tnh. \\ 10. gather even in h. Pmi. 3. 9. that 1 may win Christ, and be found inh. Col. 1. 19. that in h. should all fulness dwell, 2. 9.

2. 6. so walk yc m h. II 7. rooted and built up in h.

9. in h. dwelletli the fulness of the Godhead bodily

10. ye are complete in h. who is the head of all JUb. 2. 13. and again, 1 will put my trust inh.

10. ."is. my soul shall have uo pleasure in h. . 1 John 2. 4. is a liar, and the truth is not in h.

5. whcsi) keepetli his word, iw h. verily is love of God pel fected, hereby know we that we are in h.

6. he that sailh he abidelh in h. ought to walk

8. which thing is true in h. and in you

10. and there is none occasion of stumbling inh.

15. the love of the Fatlier is not in h. 3. IJ.

27. as it hath taught you, ye shall abide »n h. 28.

3. 3. and every man tliat hath this hope in h.

5. in h. is no sin || 6. who abideth in h. sinn.eth not

9. tor his seed reniaineth in h. he cannot sin

15. no murderer hath eternal life abiding in h. 24. dwelleth in h. and he in A. 4. 13, 15, 16.

5. 14. this is the confidence that we have in h.

Into HIM. 1 Kings 17. 21. let this child's soul come into h.

22. the soul of the child came into h. again Xj'^«8. 30. because many devils were entered in

O/HIM. Gen. 25. 21. and the Ijord was entreated of h. Ji,xod. 23. 21. beware of A. and obey His voice 32. 1. we wot not what is become of h. 23. jLev. 15. 7. that toucheth flesh ofh. hath the issue, 33.

25. 36. take thou no usury of A. nor increase Num. .35. .33. but by the blood o/h. that shed it Deiu. 18. 19. not hearken, 1 will require it of h.

22. thou shall not be afraid of h. 2 Kings 1. 15.

1 Sam. 17. 32. let no man's heart fail because ofh.

2 Kings 5. 20. 1 will run and take somewhat of h.

10. 24. his life shall be for the life ofh.

1 ChT.5. 2. ofh. came the chief ruler, but birth-right

2 CAr. 28. 23. they were the ruin of A. and Israel 3.3. 13. prayed, and he was entreated of h. 19.

jEiro 8. 21. to seek of h. a right way for us

Job 7.8. eyeo/ A. hath seen me shall see me no more

12. 5. despised in the thought of A. that is at ease 18. 21. this is the place of h. thatknoweth not God 23. 15. when 1 consider, I am afraid of h.

Ps. 37. 7. fret not thyself because of h. who prospers Prov. 16. 20. for his mouth craveth it of A. 23. 24. begetteth a wise child, shall have joy of h.

26. 12. is more hope of a foci than of h. 29. 20.

27. 13. take a pledge of h. for a strange woman Jsa. 29. 16. sliall the work say of h. that made it

52. 7. the feet ofh. bringeth good tidings, iVaA. 1. 15. Jer. 20. 9. I said, 1 will not make mention of h.

42. 11. be not afraid of h. saith the Lord Pzek. 14. 10. as the punishment of h. that seeketh

17. 13. king of Babylon hath taken au oath of A.

18. 32. no pleasure in the death of h. that dieth

19. 4. the nations also heard of h. he was taken

28. 9. in the hand of A. that slayeth thee Zech. 8. 23. take hold of skirt 0/ A. that is a Jew

9. 8. 1 will encamp because of h. that returnefh Mat. 26. 24. as it is written of A. Mark 9. 13. 1 14. 21.

27. 19. 1 suffered in a dream, because of h. Mart 8. 30. that they should tell no man ofh.

38. ofh. shall Son of man be ashamed, Luie 9. 26. Ijitie 6. 30. of A. that taketh thy goods, ask not again

12. 48. much given, of A. shall much be required JoAn 10. 36. say ye of A. whom Father sanctified Mom. 3. 26. the justifiero/A. that believeth in Jesus

9. 11. not of works but of h. that calleth

16. it is not of h. that willeth, but of God

11. 36. for ofh. and through him are all things

1 Cor. 1. 30. but of A. arc ye in Christ, who of God

1 Pet. 2. 9. shew forth praises ofh. who called you

2 Pet. 3. 14. that ye may be found of h. in peace IJohn 1.5. is the message which we nave heard o/' A.

2. 27. the anointing which ye have received ofh, 29. he that doeth righteousness is born of A. Pev. 1. 7. all kindr. of earth shall wail because of A.

Vn, or vpon II IM. Kxod. 21. 30. shall give whatsoever is laid upon h. J-,ev. 7. 20. eateth, having his uncleanness upon h. 15. 24. if her flowers be vpon A. he is unclean 19. 17. thou shall rebuke, and not suffer sinwponA.

20. 9. he cursed father, his blood shall be upon A.

21. 12. crown of anointing oil of his God is npon A. Jv'um, 11. 25. took of the spirit that was vpon A.

15. 31. shall be cut off, his iniquity shall be «pon A. 35. 23. seeing him not, cast it upon A. that he die J)eut. 13. 9. thine hand shall be first iipon A. 17. 7. the hands of witnesses shall be first i/pon h.

29. 20. all curses written in this book lie vpo?i A. Josh. 2. 19. be on our head, if any hand be upoti. A. Jut/g. 3. 10. the Spirit of the Lord came vpon A. 14. 6,

19. 1 15. 14. Kvm. 24. 2. 1 iSam. 10. 10. 1 19. 23.

1 Sam. 18. 17. the hand of the Philistines bevpo?ih.

2 Sam. 17.2. I will come upon h. while he is weary

1 Kings 8. 31. an oath be laid upon A. 2 Chr. 6. 22. 13. 4. put forth his hand, saying, lay hold on A.

2 King.ti. 21. she shut the lioor iiponh. Mii\ went out

6. 31. it the head of Elisha stand on A. this day

7. 17- the people frode vponh. in the pate, 20.

C Chron. .32. 25. tlierefore there was wrath upon h. 232

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F.zrn 7. 6. the hand of the Lord his God upon h. 9. Job 7. 17. that thou shouldest set thy heart upon /•.

15.21. in prosperity the destroyer shall come «. A.

20. 22. the hand ot the wicked shall come vpon A. 23. and shall rain it up»)i A. while he is eating

25. the sword cometh, terrors are upon h.

27. 9. will God hear, when trouble cometh vpon h.? P.ial. 116. 2. 1 will call vpon A. as long as I live

145. 18. Ld. is nigh to all that call upon h. in truth Isa. 44. 3. I will pour water upun A. that is thirsty

53. 5. the chastisement of our peace was vpon h.

bb. 6. seek the Lord, call yc upon h. while he is near 7. return to Lord, and he will have mercy vpon A. Jer. 31. 20. 1 will surely have mercy upon A. isek. 12. 13. my net also will I spread upon h.

18. 20. the righteousness of the righteous shall be vpon h. wickedness of the wicked shall be upon A.

Uos. 7. 9. yea, gray hairs are here and there upon A. 12. 14. therefore lie shall leave his blood tipon A. Mat. 12. 18. and I will put my Spirit upon h.

27. .30. and they spit upon h. and smote him Luke 23. 26. and on A. they laid the cross

JoAn 1. 32. it abode upon h. || 33. remaining on h. 3. 18. he that believeth on A. is not condemned, 5. 24. I 6. 40. l{07n. 9. 33. 1 Pet. 2. 6.

19. 37. they shall look on h. whom tliey pierced Acts 13. 9. then Saul set his eyes on A. and said Phil. 1. 29. not oniy to believe on A. hut to suffer

2. 27. but God had mercy on h. and not on A. only Heb. 2. 16. he took not on h. llie nature of angels Pev. 6. 2. and he that sat on A. 5, 8. 1 19. 11.

20. 3. shut him up, and he seta seal upon A.

Uveriim. Gen. 4.7. be his desire, thou shall rule over h. Lev. 16.21. and confess over A. all the iniquities 25. 43. thou shall not rule over h. with rigour, 53. 2 Sam. 3. 34. all the people wept again over A. 1 Kings 13. 3t). they mourned over A. saying, alas

16. 18. burnt the king's house over A. with fire Psal. 109. 6. set thou a wicked man over A. let Satan Ezek. 19. 8. the nations spread their net over A. Dan. 4. 16. and let seven limes pass over A. 23. Acts 8. 2. devout men made lamentation over A. Pom. 6. 9. death hath no more dominion wer A. Jam. 5. 14. is any sick f let them pray over A.

Through HIM. John 1. 7. that all men through A. might believe

3. 17. that the world through A. might be saved Pom. 5. y. we shall be saved from wrath, thro' A.

8. 37. more than conquerors thro' A. that loved us

11. .36. of him, thro' h. and to him, are all things Eph. 2. 18. through A. we have access to the Father 1 John 4. 9. sent his Son that we might live i. A.

To, or unto HIM. Gen. 4. 26. to Selh, to A. also there was bom a son

12. 7. an altar to the Lord, who appeared unto h.

17. 17. shall achild be born unto h. that is old ?

21. 2. at set time of which God had spoken to A. 24. .36. unto A. hath he given all that he hath

49. 10. unto A. shall the gathering of the people be Lxod. 4. 16. thou shall be to A. instead of God

22. 25. thou Shalt not be toh. as an usurer

28. 43. it shall be a statute for ever unto h. 30. 21. Veut. 1. .36. and to A. w ill I give the land

18. 15. raise up a prophet, unto A. ye shall hearken Judg. 15. 10. to do to A. as he hath done to us

1 Sam. 28. 17. the Lord hath done to A. as he spake

2 Sam. 3. 9. hath sworn to David, even so 1 do to A. 2 Kings i. 23. wherefore wilt thou go to A. today r

7. 20. so it fell out unto h. for the people trode

2 Chron. 13. 5. even to h. and his sons by covenant

34. 26. as for the king, so shall ye say unto A. Job 6. 14. to A. that is alnicted, pity should be shewed

35. 6. if thou sinnest, what doest thou unto A. / Psal. 68. 33. to h. that rideth on the heavens

72. \b. toh. shall be given of the gold of Sheba 136. 7. to A. that matie great lights, tor his mercy

17. to A. that smote great kings, for his mercy Eccl. 9. 2. all things come alike to all, one event /»

A. that sacrificeth, and to A. that sacrificeth not Isa. 9. 13. people turneth not to A. that smiteth 31. 6. tuni toh. from whom Israel have revolted 40. 17. they are counted to A. less than nothing

18. or what likeness will ye compare unto A. .' 45. 24. even 10 A. shall meu come, and all that are 49. 7. thus sailh the L. to A. w hom man despiseth 57. 19. peace to A. that is afar off, and to A. near 66.2. I will look,evenfo A. that is poor and contrite

Mat. 7. 8. to h. thatknocketh, it shiiU be opened Luke 6. 29. to A. that smiteth thee on one cheek

8. 18. whosoever hath, toh. shall be given

12. 10. to A. that blasphemetli against Hoi v Ghost

20. .38. the God of tlie living, for all live itnto A. Johnl. 33. then I go unto A. that sent me, 16. 5.

10. 3. to A. the porter openeth, the sheep hear Acts 5. 40. to h. they agreed, and called apostles

8. 11. toll, they had regard, because he had bewitch. 10. 43. to A. give all the prophets witness, that thro' Pom. 4. 4. now to A. that worketh, is the reward b. to A. that worketh 1101, but believeth on him 7. 4. even to A. who is raised from the dead

1 1. 36. and to A. are all things, to whom be glory 14. 14. to A. that esteemeth, to A. it is unclean 16. 25. now to A. that is of power to stablish you

1 Cor, 14. 11. I be to A. who speaketh a barbarian Gal. 3. 6. it was accounted to A. for righteousness fJpA. 3. 21 . unto A. be glory in the church by Christ tleb. 1. 5. 1 will be to A. a Fatherj he to me a son

5. 7. to A. that was able to save him from death Jam. 2. 23. it was imputed unto A. for righteousness

4. 17. to A. that knoweth to do good, to A. it is sin Pev. 1. 5. unto A. that loved us, and washed us

Q.T. to A. that overcometh will 1 give, 17. | 3. 21.

26. to h. will I give power over the nations

21 . 6. 1 will give unto A. that is athirsl, of fountain

7«a«rrfIIIM. Gen. 31. 2. behold, it was not toward h. as before Judg. 8. 3. their anger was abated totcard h.

2 Clir. 16. 9. of them whose heart is perfect /oavirrf A. Job 11. 13. and stretch out thine hands toicard A. Lam. 2. 19. lift up thy hands toicard h. for thy child. Lzek, 17, 6. whose branches turned toward h.

2 Cor, 2. 8. ye would confirm your love torcard h.

Vnder lllfn. Exod. 17. 12. they took a stone and put it under A. 2 Sam. 18. 9. the mule that was under A. went awajr Job 9. 13. tlie proud helpers do stoop under h. Isa. 58. 5. to spread sackcloth and ashes under h, Etek. 17. 6. the roots thereof were imder A. 1 Cor. 15. 27. all things put under A. 28. Beb. 2. 8.

mth HIM. Gen. 39. 3. his master saw that the Ixrd was a iVA h Ktod. 31. 6. 1 have given uith h. Aholiab, 38. 23 A'«m.l2.8. viithh. will I speak mouth to mouth, even apparently, not in dark speeches, Jer. .32. 4. 2.3. 21. the Lord his God is withh. and the shout Ueut. 29. 15. with h. that standeth here with us, also with A. that is not here with us this day 32. 12. and there was no strange god with A.

1 Safn. 3. 19. and the Lord was with A. 18. 12, 14. 16. 18. the Lord is with A. || 25. 25. folly is icith A.

2 Sam. 5. 10. Ix)rd of hosts was with A. 1 CAr. 11. 9.

16. 18. his will I be, and with A. will I abide

1 KingsS. 65. Solomon held a feast, and all Israel

with A. fVom Hamath to Egypt, 2 CAr. 7.8.

2 Kings 3. 12. said, the word of the Lord is with h.

15. 19. gave silver, that his hand might be with A. 18. 7- the Lord was with A. and he prospered,

1 Chron. 9. 20. 2 Chron. 1. 1. 1 15. 9. 2 Chron, 15. 2. Lord is with you, while ye be with h.

26. 17. with h. fourscore priests of the Lord

32. 7. for there be more with us than with A. 8. with h. is an arm of flesh, with us the Lord

36. 23. the Lord his God be with A. Ezra 1. 3. Ezra 8. 3. t»tM A. 150 males || 4. with A. 200 males

6. with A. 50 males |1 Job ll.Vi.with A. is wisdom, IC. Job 18. 6. and his candle shall be put out with h.

22. 21. acquaint thyself with A. and be at peace Psal. 89. 24. and my mercy shall be with A.

91. 15. 1 will beaiVAA. in trouble, 1 will deliver him

1.30. 7. and with h. is plenteous redemption Prov. 8. 30. then was 1 as one brought up with A. P-ccl. 8. 15. that shall abide with A. of his labour Isu. 3. 10. say to the righteous, itshall be well with h. 11. woe unto the wicked, it shall be ill with h.

40. 10. behold, his reward is with h. 62. 11.

57. 15. with A. also that is of a contrite spirit Jer. 22. 15. and then it was well with A. 16. F.zek. 31. 11. the mighty one, he shall deal with h. Mai. 2. 5. my covenant was with A. of life Mat. 5. 25. agree whiles thou art in the way with h. Marks. 14. ordained 12, that they should be with h.

5. 18. prayed that he might be with A. Luke 8. .38. Luke 1. 66. and the hand of the Lord was with A.

22. 56. a maid said, this man was also with A. John 3. 2. do these miracles, except God be with A.

14. 23. we will come and make our abode wiib A. Acts'J. 9. sold Joseph, but God was with A. 10. ,38.

10. 35. he that feareth him is accepted with h.

21. 36. multitude followed, crying, away with A. Rom.O.i.v/e are buried with h. by baptism, Col. 2.12.

8. live aiVA A. 2 Cor. 1.3. 4.1 3'AeM.5.10.2 Tim.2.11. 8. 32. how shall he not with A. give us all things

1 Thess. 4. 14. sleep in Jesus, will God bring with A.

2 Tim. 2. 12. we also shall reign with A. Pev. 20. 6. Lleb. 11. 9. the heirs with A. of the same promise

2 Pet. 1. 18. when we were with A. in the holy mount Pev. 3. 20. and I will sup with A. and he with nic

14. 1. aiVA A. 144,000 having his Father's name

17. 14. they that are with A. are called chosen

Within HIM. Job 14. 22. and his soul within A. mourn

20. 14. his meat is the gall of asps within h. Prov. 26. 24. and layeth up deceit within A. 7>ff. 63.11. is he that put his Holy .SpiritaiVAi« A. Zech. 12. 1. and formeth the spirit of man -uithin A.

Without HIM. JoAn 1. 3. and without A. was not any thing made See Hymn. HIMSELF. Gen. 43. 32. they set on for him by A. and for them Exod. 21. 3. if he came in by A. he shall go out by A. Lev. 9. 8. sin-offering which was for A. 16. 6, 11.

16. 11. shall make an atonement for A. 17, 24. Num. 16. 9. separated you to bring you near to A.

31. 53. men of war had taken spoil, every man for A.

Deut. 7. 6. Lord hath chosen thee to be a people to

A. 14. 2. 1 28. 9. 1 29. 13. 2 -Saw. 7. 23.

.33. 21. and he provided the first part for A. Josh. 22. 23. let the Lord A. require it Judg. 3. 19. he A. turned again from the quarries 1 Sam. 30. 6. but David encouraged A. in the I/)rd

1 Kings 19. 4. but Elijah A. went a day's joumev,

and he requested for A. that he mi»ht ific

2 Chron. 13. 12. God A. is with us for our captain

26. 20. thrust him out, yea, A. hasted also to ao out Ezra 10. 8. A. separated from the congregation Job 1. 12. only on A. put not forth thine hand

22. 2. he that is wise may be profitable to A. 27. 10. will he delight A. in the Almighty ? .32. 2. because he justified A. rather than God .34. 9. that he should delight A. with God

41. 25. when he raiseth A. tlie mighty arc afraid Psal. 4. 3. hath set apart him that is godly for A. 10. 14. the poor commiltelh A. unto thee 3.i. 8. let his net that he hath hid catch A. 36. 4. he settefh A. in a way that is not good 50. 6. for God is judge A. Selali 87. 5. and the Highest A. shall establish her 1.32. 18. but on A. shall his crown flourish 1.35. 4. for the Ixird hath chosen Jacob to A. Prov. 5. 22. his own iniquities shall take wicked A. 11. 25. he that watereth shall be watered also A. 13.7. that maketh A. rich, that niakelli A. poor

14. 14. and a good man shall be satisfied from A. 16. 4. the Ijird hath made all tilings for A.

26. he that laboureth, laboureth for A. 21. 13. he also shall cry A. but shall not be heard 22.3. foreseelh the evil, and hideth A. 27. 12.

29. 15. but a child left to A. bringeth to shame Cant. 5. 6. but my beloved hath withdrawn A. I.m. 7. 14. the Lord A. shall give you a sign

38. 15. he hath spoken, and A. hath done it 44.5, another shall call A. by the name of Jacob

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Jsa. 59. 15. departeth from evil, makcth h. a prey 63. 12. to make A. an everlasting name

Jer. 10. 23. 1 know that tlic way of man is not in h. 29. 26. man that is mad, and maketh h. a prophet 51. 14. the Lord hath sworn by A. Amos 6. 8.,

Ktek. 45. 22. on that day shall prince prepare for h.

Dan. 9. 26. Messiah shall be cut oft', but not for A.

Hos. 5. 6. he hath withdrawn A. from tliem

10. 1. Israel an empty vine, briuseth forth fruit to A. Jimos 2. 14. nor shall the mishty

15. he that is swift of foot shall not deliver A. Mat. 6. 4. A. shall reward thee openly 8. 17. A. took our infirmities, bare our sicknesses

13. 21. yet hath he not root in A. butdureth a while 27.42. saved others, A. he cannotsave, A/ori 15. 31.

Mark 3. 21. for they said, he is beside A.

8. 31. let him deny A. and take his cross, IMe 9. 23. 12. S.5. to love his neighbour as A. is more than

Luke 10. 1. sent them, whither he A. would come 11. 26. he taketh seven spirits more wicked than A. 12.47. who knew his lorfPs will, and prepared not A. 15. 17. and when he came to A. he said, how many

39.12. a nobleman went to receive for A. a kingdom

53. 2. sayinu, that he A. is Christ, a kimj

51. who also A. waited for the kingdom of God 84. 27. he expounded the things concerning A.

:i6. Jesus A. stood in the midst of them, and saith John 4.2. tho' .lesus A. baptized not, bat his disciples 5. 18. God was his lather, making A. equal with t, .

19. verily 1 say, the Son can do nothmg- of A.

26. for as the I'ather hath life in A. so the Son 6. 6. for he h. knew what he would do

61, when .lesus knew in A. that his disciples 7. 4. and he A. seeketh to be known openly 18. he that speaketh of A. seeketh his own glory

9. 21. he is ot age, ask him, he shall speak tor A. 11.51. this spake he not of A. but being high-priest 1.3.32. (iod shall glorify him in A. and glorify him

16. 13. he shall not speak of A. but whatsoever

27. the I'ather A. loveth you, because ye loved mc

19. 12. whoso maketh A. a king, speaketh ag. CaMar 21. 1. .lesus shewed A. again to the disciples, 14.

Acts 5. 13. of the rest durst no man join It. to them 36. rose up 'i hcudas, boasting A. to be somebody

8. 9. g_iving out that A. was some great one 34. ot whom speaketh the prophet this r of A.

10. 17. now while Peter doubted in A. what this 12. 11. and when Peter was come to A. he said 14. 17. he left not A. without witness, in that 25. 8. while he answered for A. 26. 1.

26. 24. as he spake for A. Festus said with loud voice 28. 16. but Paul was suffered to dwell by A. Jiom. 12. 3. not to think of A. more highly than he

14. 7. none of us liveth to h. no man dieth to A.

15. 3. for even Christ pleased not A. but as is written

1 Cirr. 2. 15. yet he A. is judged of no man

3. 15. but he A. shall be saved, yet so as by fire 11. 28. but let a man examine A. so let him eat 15. 28. then shall the Son A. be subject to him

2 Cor. 5. 18. who hath reconciled us to A. by .lesus, 19.

10. 7. if any man trust to A. let him of A. think 11.20. for ye suffer if a man exalt A. if a man smite

Cal. 1.4. who gave A. for oursins, that he might 2. 20. gave A. for me || 6. 3. think A. to be something 6. 4. then shall he have rejoicing in A. alone

hpli. 2. 15. to make in A. of twain one new man

20. .lesus A. being the chief comer stone 5. 2. hath given A. for us || 25. gave A. for it

27. he might present it to A. a glorious church

28. loveth A. || .33. so love his wife, even as A. Col. 1. 20. and by him to reconcile all things to A.

2. + J5. triumphing over them in A.

8 Thess. 2.4. sitteth, shewing A. that he is God 1 Tim. 2. 6. who gave A. a ransom for all Tit. 2. 14. who gave A. for lis, to purify to A.

3. 11. he sinneth, being condemned of A. heh. 1. 3. when he had by A. pureed our sins

2. 14. he also A. likewise took part of the same 18. in that he A. ha'h suffered, being tempted

5. 2. for that he A. also is compassed with infirmity 3. as for the people, so also tor A. to offer tor sins 4 no man taketh this honour to A. but he that

5. Christ glorified not A. to be made an high-priest 6. 13. he sware by It. \\ 7. 27. when he offered up A.

9. 26. appeared to put away sin by sacrifice of A. 1 Pet. 2.23. but committed A. to him that judgeth 1 /oAn2.6. ought A. to walk, even as he walked

3. 3. hath this hope, purifieth It. even as he is pure 5. 10. he that believelh hath the witness in A.

3 John 10. nor doth he A. receive the brethren Hev. 19. 12. had a name that no man knew but A.

, 21. 3. God It. shall be with them, and be their God Hee BowEU, Hide. HIN Was a liquid measure of the Hebrews ; it teas the sixth part of a Bath, asid held one gallon and two pints. Eiod. 29. 40. with the fourth part of an A. of oil .30. 24. take also unto theeot oilolive an A. Lev. 19. .36. a just ephah and A. shall ye have

23.13. the drink offering shall be of wine, the fourth

part of an h. of oil. Num. 15. 4. j 28. 14. Num. 15. 5. the fourth part of an A. of wine

6. the third part of an A. of oil |I9. half an A. Lick. 4. 11. Shalt drink sixth part of an A.of water

45. 24. an A. of oil for an ephah, 46. 5, 7, 11.

46. 14. third part of an A. of oil to temper with

HlfiD, S. Oen. 49. 21. Naphtali is a A. let loose, he giveth S 6am. 22. 34. he maketh my feet like A. feet, and sptteth me on high places, Ps. 18. 33. Hah. 3. 19. Job 39. 1. or canst thou mark when the A. do calve .' Ps. 29. 9. the voice of I.crd maketh the A. to calve Prov. 5. 19. let her be as the loving A. and roe Cant. 2. 7. 1 charge you by the A. of the field, 3. 5. Jer, 14. 5. the A. calved in the field, and forsook it

HIMIKR. (•fn- 24. 56. A. me not, seeing the I,, hath prospered jSnm. 22. 16. let nothing A. thee from cominc tome AfA. 4. 8. to come and fight, and A. the building Jfh 9. 12. behold, he taketh away, who can A. him ?

11. 10. if he cut off, and shut upi who can A. him ?

Acts 8. .30. what doth h. me to be baptized ?

1 Cot. 9. 12. lest we should A. the gospel of Christ

Gal. 5. 7.who did A. you, that should not obey trutli .'

Ill>iDERED. Esra 6. 8. expences be given, that they be not A. Luke 11. 52. and them that were entering in, ye A. Rom, 15. 22. have been much A. from coming to you 1 Thess. 2. 18. we would have come, but Satan A.

1 Pet. 3. 7. as heirs of life, that your prayers be not A.

HINDKREIH.

Isa. 14. 6. he that ruled is persecuted, and none h,

HINDER, end.

2 Sam, 2. 23. Abner smote him with A. end of spear

HINDEKMOST, or HINDMO.ST. Gen, 33. 2. and he put Rachel and Joseph A. Num. 2. 31. they shall go A. with their standards Deut, 25. 18. he met thee, and smote the A. of thee Josh. 10. 19. pursue, and smite the A. of them Jer. 50. 12. the A. of the nations shall be a wildern.

HINDER p«r^ Joel, 2. 20. and his A. par/ toward the utmost sea Mark 4. 38. .lesus was in the A. pari of the ship Acts 27. 41. the A. part was broken with waves

HI N DER parts. 1 Kinds'!. 25. their A. parts were inward , 2 Chr. 4, 4. Psal. 78. 66. he smote his enemies in the A. parts

HINDER sea. Zech. 14. 8. and half of them toward the A. sea

HINGES. 1 Kings 7. 50. and the A. of gold for doors of house Prov, 26. 14. as the door turneth upon his A.

HIP. Judg, 15. 8. he smote them A. and thigh with slaugh.

HIRE, Substantive. Gen, ,30. 18. given me my A. foal led his name an A. 32. among the goats, and of such shall be my A. .33. when it shall come for my A. before thy face 31. 8. if he said, the ring straked shall be thy A. Exod. 22. 15. if an hired thing, it came for his A. Deut. 23. 18. thou shalt not bring the A. of awhore

24. 15. at his day thou shalt give liim his A.

1 Kings 5. 6. to thee will 1 give A. for thy servants Isa, 23. 17. she shall turn to her A. and commit

18. and her A. shall be holiness to tlie Lord Ezek. 16. 31. not as an harlot in that thou scornest/i.

41. and thou also shalt give no A. any more 29. + 20. I have given him Egypt for his A. Mic. 1. 7. for she gathered it of the A. of an harlot, and they shall return to the A. of an harlot 3. 11. and the priests thereof teach for A. Zech. 8. 10. there was no A. for man, any A. for beast Alat. 20. 8. give them tlieir A. beginning from last Luke 10. 7. for the labourer is worthy of his A. Jam, 5. 4. behold, the A. of the labourers is kept back

HIRE. Isa. 46. 6. they A. a goldsmith, and he maketh it a god Mat. 20. 1. went out to h. labourei's into his vineyard

HIRED. Gen, 30. 16. 1 have A. thee with my son's mandrakes Exod. 22. 15. if it be an A. thing it came for his hire Lev. 19. 13. the wages of him that is A. not abide Deut. 23. 4. they A. against thee Balaam, Neh. 13. 2. Judg. 9. 4. wherewith Abimelech A. vain persons 18. 4. ]\licah hath A. me, and 1 am his priest

1 Sam. 2. 5. that were full, have A. out themselves

2 Sam. 10. 6. Animon A. tlie Syrians, 1 Clir. 19. 7. 2 Kings 7- 6. the king of Israel hath A. against us

2 Chron. 24. 12. A. masons and carpenters to repair

25. 6. Amaziah A. 1(X),()00 mighty men of valour Ezra 4. 5. A. counsellors against tnem to frustrate Neh. 6. 12. Tobiah and Sanballat had A. him, 13. Isa, 7. 20. shall Lord shave with a razor that is A. .Ter. 46. 21. her A. men are like fatted bullocks Hos, 8. 9. are gone up, Ephraim hath A. lovers

10. yea, though they have A. among the natioHS

Mat. 20. 7- they say, because no man hath A. us 9. when they came that were A. ab. eleventh hour

Acts 28. 30. Paul dwelt two years in his own A. hou. HIRED servant.

Exod. 12. 45. an A. .lerv. not eat thereof. Lev, 22. 10.

Lev. 25. 6. the sabbath shall be meat for thy A. serv. 40. but as an h, servant he shall be with thee 50. according to the time of an A. serv, shall it be 53. as a yearly A. servant shall he be with him

Deut. 15. 18. hath been worth a double A. servant 24. 14. thou shalt not oppress an A. servant H 1 It ED servants,

Mark 1. 20. left Zebedee in the ship with A. serv,

Luke 15. 17. how many A. serv, have bread enough

19. make me as one of thy A. servants

HIRELING.

// is commanded in the law, that the hireling should he paid as soon as his work is over. Lev. 19. 13. T he wages of him that is hired shall not abide with thee all night until the morning ; because his urgent necessities require it for present sub- sistence. An hireling's day or year, is a kind of proverb, signifyittg a full year, roithoiit abating any thing 0/ it. Are not his days like the days of an hireling f Job 7. 1. The days of man are like those of an hireling ; as nothing is deducted from them, so nothing is added to them. And in .lob 14.6. lill he shall accomplish as an hireling his day : to the time of his death, which he waits for as the hireling for the end of the day. See Isa. 16. ,14. I 21. 16. In .lohn 10. 12, 13. the hireling is set in opposition to the true shepherd ; the first neglects the sheep, and aims only at his own advantage ; the second loves and guides them carefully. The hirelings whom the lather of the family, that is, God, sends into his vine- yard, are the prophets and apostles, .lews and Christians ; the second succeeded the first, and all receive their reward when their work is done. Mat. 20. 1—16.

Job 7. 1. are not his days like the days of an A. .' 2. as an A. looketh for the reward of his work 14. 6. till he shall accomplish as an A. his day

Jsa. If). 14. in three years as theyearsof an A. 21. 16.

Mai, 3. 5. witness against those that oppress the A.

John 10. 12. he that is an A. and not the shepherd 13. ttie A. fleeth, because he is an A. and caretb not

HIT

HIREST. Ezek. 16. 33. thou h, them, that they may come

HIRES. Mtc. I. 7. all the A. thereof shall be burnt with fire

HIS. Gen. 38. 9. Onan knew the seed should not be A. Exod. 21. 34. and the dead beast shall be A.

22. 9. which another challengeth to be A.

Lev. 27. 15. add the fifth part, and it shall be A. Num. 5. 10. a man's hallowed things shall be A. 16. 5. to morrow the Lord will shew who are h.

23. 10. righteous, and let my last end be like A. Veut. 21. 17. the ri^ht of the first-bom is A.

2 Sam. 16. 18. A. will I be. with him will 1 abide

1 Kings 2. 15. for it was A. from the Lord

2 Kings 15. 25. a captain of A. conspired ag. him Esth. 4. 11. is one law of A. to put him to death Job 12. 16. the deceived and the deceiver are A.

18. 15. in his tabernacle, because it is none of A. Psal. 30. 4. sing unto the Lord, all ye saints of A.

95. 4. the strength of the hills is h. also

103. 21. ye ministers of A. that do his pleasure Can.'. 2. 16. my beloved is mine, and 1 am A. Ezek. 16. 15. on every one that passeth by, A. it was

46. 17. then it shall be h, to the year of liberty Dan. 2. 20. blessed be G. wisdom and might are A. Ubnd. 14. to cut off those of A. that did escape, nor shouldest have deliver, up those of A. that remain Dab. 2. 6. woe to him increaseth that which is not A. John 7. 16. doctrine is not mine, but A. that sent me Acts 16. 33. was baptized, he and all A. straightway Horn. 8. 9. if any have not the Spirit, he is none ofn. 2 Tim. 2. 19. the Lord knoweth them that are A. Heb, 4. 10. hath ceased from works, as G . did from A.

Jo hiss, is a kind of insiclt and contempt. 1 Kings 9. 8. All they , who shall see the destruction of this temple, shall be astonished, and shall hiss, and say, why hath the Lord done thus unto this land, and to this house ? Andiob, speaking of the wicked unJer calamities, says, that they shall clap their hands at him, and shall hiss him out of his place. Job 27. 23. And in .ler. 19. 8. 1 will make this city desolate and an hissing ; every one that passeth thereby shall be astonished, and hiss, be- cause of all the plagues thereof?. I will make this city the subject of ridicule and scorn.

To hiss, to call any one with hissing, is a mark of power and authority. The Lord says, that in his anger he will hiss, and call the enemy against Jerusalem. Isa. 5. 26. He will hiss unto them from the end of the earth. He will bring them with an hiss from the very extremities of the earth. And in Isa. 7. 18. The Lord shall hiss for tlie fly, and shall bring it to him, that is in the ut- termost part of the rivers of Egypt, and for the bee that is in the land of Assyria. The fly and the bee, wliich God will bring thus with a hiss, are the kings of Egypt and Assyria : they shall come with their troops into the territories of Israel, and shall disperse themselves over tite whole country. Theodoret, writing upon Isaiah, remarks, that in Syria, arid Palestine, they who looked after bees drew them out of their hives, car- ried them into the fields, and brought them back again with the sound of a fiute and the noise of hissing. Zechariah, speaking of the return from the Babylonish captivity, says, that the Lord will gather them, as it were with an hiss, and bring them back into their country, Zech, 10. 8. Which shows the ease and authority with which he will perform this great work.

1 Kings 9. 8. and at this house every one shall A. Job 27. 23. men shall A. him out of his place Isa, 5. 26. he will A. to them from end of the earth

7. 18. the Lord shall A. for the fly in Egypt Jer, 19. 8. passeth thereby shall A. 49. 17. I »>. 13. Lam. 2. 15. they A. at the daughter of Jerusalem

16. thy enemies A. and gnash the teeth against tlice Ezek. il. 36. the merchants shall A. at thee Zeph. 2, 15. every one that passeth by her shall A. Zech. 10. 8. 1 will A. for them and gather them HISSING.

2 Citron. 29. 8. and he hath delivered them to A. Jer. 18. 16. to make their land a perpetual A.

19. 8. 1 will make this city desolate and an A. 25. 9. and I will make them an A. 18. 1 29. 18. 51. .37. Babylon shall be an A. without inhabitant Mic, 6. 16. should make inhabitants thereof an A.

HIT. 1 Sam. 31. 3. and the archers A. him, 1 Chro7i. 10. 3.

HITHER. Gen. 45. 5. now be not angry that ye sold me A. 8. it was not you that sent me A. but God 13. ye shall haste and bring down my father A. Exod. 3. 5. draw not nigh A. put off thy shoes Josh. 2, 2. behold, there came men in A. to night

18. 6. ye shall bring the description A. to me Judg, 18. 3. they said to him, who brought thee A. f

19. 12. we will not turn aside A. into the city

1 Sam. 13. 9. bring A. a burnt offering to me

14. 18. and Saul said, bring A. the ark of God .34. bring me A. every man his ox and his sheep 36. the priest said, let us draw neai- A. unto God

15. 32. bring A. Agag || 17. 28. why camest thou A. 23. 9. said to Abiathar, bring A. the ephod, 30. 7.

2 Sam. 1. 10. I have brought them A. unto my lord

1 Kings 22. 9. hasten A. Micaiah the son of Imlali

2 Kings 2. 8. Jordan divided A. and thither, 14. 2 Chron. 28. 13. ye shall not bring in captives A. Ezra 4. 2. king of Assur, which brought us up A. Psal. 73. 11). therefore his people return A.

81. 2. take a psalm, and bring A. the timbrel Prov. 9. 4. whoso is simple, let hiin turn in A. 16. Isa, 57. 3. draw near A. ye sons of the sorceress Mat, 14. 18. he said, bring them A. to me

17. 17. Jesus said, bring him A. to me, Luke 9. 41.

22. 12. friend, how camest thou in A. not having Luke 14. 21 . bring in A. the jioor and the maimed

15. 23. bring A. the fatted calf and kill it

19. 27. bring A. and slay them before me

30. shall find a colt tied, loose him. Ininj hira k.

HOL

John 6. 2 tliey said. Rabbi, when earnest thou h. ?

20. 27. I each h. thy finger, reach h. thy han'i Acts 9. 21. that came k. for that intent, that he

10. 32. call h. Simon, whose surname is Peter

19. 37. ye have brought k. these men, which are

Hee Come. HITHERTO. Eiod. 7. 16. behold, It. thou wouldest not hear Num. 14. 1 19. as thou hast forsiveu this people h. Josh. 17. 14. as the Lord hath blessed me /(. Judg. 16. 13. Ii. thou hast mocked me, and told lies

1 Sam. 1. 16. for out of my grief have I spoken h.

7. 12. and saying, h. hath the Lord helped us

2 Sam. 7. 18. thou hast brought me h. 1 Chr. I7. 16.

15. 34. as 1 Imvc been thy father's servant h.

1 Chron. 9. 18. who h. waited in the king's gate

12. 29. h. the greatest part kept the ward Joh 38. 11. h. shalt thou come., but no further Psal.il. 17. /i. have I declared thy wondrous works Isa .18. 2. a people terrible from their beginning A. 7. Jo/m .5. 17. my I'ather worketh A. and 1 work

16. 24. /i. have ye asked nothing in my name Horn. 1. 13. I purposed to come, but was let /i. 1 Cor. 3. 2. for A. ye were not able to bear it

HO. Ruth 4. 1. to whom he said, ho such a one, sit down Jsa. 55. 1. ho every one that thirsteth, come ye Zech. 2. 6. ho, ho, come forth, flee from the land HOAR, HOARY, See Fhost, Hairs, Head.

HOARY. Joi 41. 32. one would think the deep to be A.

HOISED. .Acts 27. 40. they h. up the main-sail to the wind

HOLU, 'Snhstantive. Judg. 9. 46. they entered into a h. of the god Berith

49. they put them to the h. and set the A. on fire

t Sam. 22. 4. Dav. in h. 24. 22. 2 Sam. 5. 17- I 23. 14.

5. abide not in the A. depart and get thee into land

1 Chr. 12. 16. there cameof .luclah to A. to David Acts 4. 3. and put them in A. unto the next day Rev. 18. 2. is become the h. of every foul spirit

Sse Strong.

HOLD.

Gen. 21. 18. lift up the lad, A. him in thine hand

Ktod. 5. 1. that they may A. a feast to me in wildern.

9. 2. refuse to let them go, and wilt A. them still ?

10. 9. for we must A. a feast unto the Lord

20. 7. Lord will not A. him guiltless. Dent. 5. 11. J)eiit. 22. + 25. if the man take strong A. of her Ruth 3. 15. he said, bring the vail, and A. it

2 Sam. 2. 22. how should I A. up my face to Joab

6. 6. Uzaah put forth his hand to ark of God, and

took h. of it, oxen shook it, 1 Chroti. 13. 9.

1 Kings 2. 9. now therefore A. him not guiltless FMh. 4. 11. the king shall A. out the golden sceptre Joh 6. 24. teach me, and I will A. my tongue

9. 28. I know that thou wilt not A. me innocent

13. 19. if I h. my tongue, 1 shall give up the ghost

17. 9. the righteous also shall h. on his way

41. 26. the spear, dart, the habergeon cannot A. Psal. 17. 5. A. up my goings in thy paths

119. 53. hoiror hath taken A. upon me, because 117. h. thou me up, and I shall be safe

139. 10. and thy riglit hand shall A. me Rrov. 31. 19. and her hands A. the distaff Cant. 3. 8. they all A. swords, being expert in war Jsa. 41. 13. I the Lord will A. thy right hand

42. 6. and 1 will h. thine hand, and keep thee Jer. 2. 13. hewed broken cisteins, can A. no water

8. 21. astonishment hath taken A. on me SO. 42. they shall A. the bow and the lance

43. anguish took A. of him, and pangs as of worn. I,zek. .30. 21 . to make it strong to A. the sword 41. 6. that they might have A. they had not h. Amos 6. 10. then shall he say, A. thy tongue Zech. 11.5. slay them, and A. themselves not guilty Mat. 6. 24. else be will A. to the one, Luke 16. 13.

21. 26. for all A. lohn as a prophet

Mark 7. 4. other things they have received to A.

8. ye A. the tradition of men, as washing of pots Rom. 1. 18. who A. the truth in unrighteousness Phil. 2. 29. receive him, and A. such in reputation

2 Thess. 2. 1.5. h. the traditions ye have been taught Heb. 3. 14. if we A. the beginning of our confiilence Rev. 2. 14. hast them that A. the doctrine of Balaam

15. hast them that A. doctrine of the Isicolaitanes

See Caught.

HOLD/«.r<.

Joh 8. 15. he shall A. Ufast, but it shall not endure

27. 6. my righteousness I h.fast, I will not let it go

Jer. 8. 5. they h.fast deceit, they refuse to return

1 'ihess. 5. 21. prove all things, h. fast that is good C I'im. 1. 1.3. A. fast the form of sound words which Jleh. 3. 6. if we A. fast the confid. anci the rejoicing

4. 14. let us h.fast our profession, 10. 23. Rev. 2. 25. that ye have already h.fast till I come 3. 3. h.fast and repent H 11. h. fast which thou hast

HOLD peace. F.xod. 14. 14. Lord shall fight, ye shall h. your peace Nn>n. 30. 4. if her father A. his peace at her

14. if her husband altogether A. his pence at her Judg. 18. 19. A. tliy peace, lay hand on thy mouth

2 Sam. 13. 20. A. thy peace, my sister, he is brother S Kings2.3. he said, I knowit,A.youyourpeafe,5.

7. 9. a day of good tidings, and we A. our peace Neh. 8. 11. saymg, A. your peace, the day is holy Joh 11. 3. should thy lies make men A. their peace .'

J3. 5. that ye would altogether A. your peace 13. h. your peace, let me alone that 1 may speak 33. 31. mark well, A. thy peace and I will speak 33. A. thy peace, and 1 will teach thee wisdom Psal. 83. 1. O G. A. not thy p. be not still, 109. 1. Isa. 62. 1. for Zion's sake will 1 not A. iiiy peace 6. which shall never A. their peace day nor night 61. 12. wilt thou A. thy peace and afflict us sore > Jer. 4. 19. 1 am pained at heart, I cannot A. my p. ^epA. 1. 7. //. thy peace at the presence of the lord Mat. 20. 31. multitude rebuked them, because they should A. their peace, Mark 10. 48. Luke 18. 39. Mark 1 . 25. A. thy p. come out of him, Luke 4. 33. Luke 19. 40. if they should A. their peace the stones Acts 12. 17. beckoning to them to A. their peace 23'lr

ttOL

Acts 18. 9. be not afraid , but speak, and A. not thy p.

1 Cor. 14. 30. to another, let the hrst A. his peace

See Take. HOLDEN.

2 Kitigs 23. 22. there was not A. such apassover, 23. Joh 36. 8. if tliey be A. in cords of affliction Psal. 18. 33. and thy right hand hath A. me up

71. 6. by thee have I been A. up from the womb

73. 23. thou hast A. me uj) by my right hand Prov. 5.22. and shall be A. with the cords of his sins Isa. 42. 14. 1 have long A. niy peace and been still

45. 1. whose right hand 1 have A. to subdue nations Luke 24. 16. eyes were A. they should not know him Acts 2. 24. it was not possible he should be A. of it Rom. 14. 4. yea, he shall be A. up, for God is able

H OLDEST. Esth. 4. 14. if thou altogether A. thy peace this time Joh 13. 24. wherefore A. thou me for thine enemy.' Psal. 77- 4- thou A. my eyes waking, 1 am troubled Jer. 49. 16. O thou that A. the height of the hill Hah. 1. 13. A. thy tong. when the wicked devoureth Rev. 2. 13. thou A. fast my name, hast not denied

HOLDETH. Joh 2. 3. and sti.ll he A. fast his integrity

26. 9. he A. back the face of his throne, and spread. Psal. 66. 9. bless God who A. our soul in lite Prop. 11. 12. a man of understanding A. his peace

17. 28. a fool when he A. his peace iscounteit wise Dan. 10. 21. and none A. with me but Michael Amos 1. 5. I will cut off him that A. the sceptre, 8. Rev, 2. 1. that A. tlie seven stars in his right hand

HOLDING. Isa, 33. 15. that shaketh his hands from A. of bribes Jer. 6. 11. I am weary with A. in, I will pour fury Mark 7- 3. eat not, h. the tradition of the elders P/iil. 2. 16. A. forth the word of life, that I may. Col. 2. 19. not A. tlie head, from which the body

1 Tim, 1. 19. A. faith and a good conscience

3. 9. A. the mystery of faith in a pure conscience Tit. 1. 9. A. fast faithful word, as nath been taught Itev. 7. 1. I saw four angels A. the four winds

HOLDS.

Jer. 51. 30. they have remained in their A.

Lzek. 19. 9. and they brought him into A.

,i'ee Strong.

HOLE.

Exod. 28. 32. there shall be an A. in the top of it

2 Kings 12. 9. .lehoiada bored a A. in the lid of it Cant. 5. 4. put in his hand by the A. of the door Isa. 11.8. suck, child shall play on the A. of the asp

51. 1. look to A. of the pit whence ye are digged Jer. 13. 4. and hidi' if there in a A. of the rock Ezek. 8. 7- when I looked, behold a A. in the wall Jam. 3. t 11. a fountain send at same A. sweet water

HOLES. Gen. 40. t 16. T had baskets full ot A. on my head 1 Sam. 14. 11. the Hebrews come forth outof the A. Isa, 2. 19. they .shall go into A. of the rocks, 7. 19.

42. 22. they are all of them snared in A. are hid Jer, 16. 16. hunt them out of the A. of the rocks

48. 28. maketh her nest in sides of the A. mouth Mic. 7. 17. they shall not move out of their A. Nah. 2. 12. the lion filled his A. with prey, and dens liar/. 1. 6. earneth wages to put it in a bag with A. Zech. 14. 12. their eyes shall consume in their A. Alat. 8. 20. Jesus saith, the foxes have A. Luke 9. 58.

HOLIER. Ita. 65. 5. come not near, for I am A. than thou

HOLIEST. Heh. 9. 3. the tabernacle which is called the A. ■ 8. the way into the A. was not yet made manifest

10. 19. to enter into the A. by the blood of Jesus

HO LILY. 1 Thess. 2. 10. ye are witnesses how A. we behaved

HOLINESS. Eiod. 15. 11.* who is like thee, glorious in A. ?

28. 36. A. to the L. .35. + 2. | 39. 30. Zech. 14. 20, 21 .

1 CAr. 16. 29. come before the Lord, worship the

Lord in the beauty of A. Psal. 29. 2. 1 9ti. 9.

2 CAr. 8. 1 11. Solom. said, because the places are A. 30. 21. singers, that should praise the beauty of A. 31. 18. in office they sanctified themselves in A.

Psal. 30. 4. at the remembrance of his A. 97. 12. 47. 8. God sitteth upon the throne of his A. 48. 1 . greatly to be iiraised in the mountain of his A.

61. 6. God hath spoken in his A. 108. 7.

89. .35. once have I sworn by my A. I will not lie 93. 5. A. becometh thine house, O Lord, for ever 110.'3. thy peopl shall be willing, in beauties of A. Isa. 23. 18. and her hire shall be A. to the Lord .35. 8. and it shall be called the way of A.

62. 9. they shall drink it in the courts of my A.

63. 15. behold from habitation of thy A. and gloi^ 18. the people of thy A. have jjossfcssed it

Jer. 2. 3. Israel was A. to the L. and the first-fruits 23. 9. and because of the words of his A. 31. 23. the Ix)rd bless thee, O mountain of A. Amos 4. 2. the Lord God hath sworn by his A. Ohad. 17. but upon mount Zion there snail be A. Mai. 2. 11. Judah hath profaned the A. of the Lord Luke 1.75. might serve him in A. and righteousness yicts 3. 12. as though by our A. made this man walk Pom. 1. 4. with power, according to the Spirit of A. 6. 19. yield members servants to right, unto A. 22. ye have your fruit unto A. and the end life 2 Car. 7. 1. perfecting A. in the fear of God /:'pA. 4.24. new man created in righteousn. and A. 1 Thess. 3. 13. stahlish your hearts unblameab. in A.

4. 7. hath not called us to uncleanness, but to A. 1 Tim. 2. 15. if they continue in faith and A.

Tit. 2. 3. that they be in behaviour as l)econieth A. Heh. 32. 10. that we might be partakers of his A. 14. follow peace with men, and A. without which HOLLOW. Gen. .32. 25. he touched the A. of his thigh, .32. I.xod. 27. 8. Shalt make the altar A. with bds. 38. 7. Lev. 14. .37. if the ])lague be in walls with A. strakes Judg. 15. 19. f>od clave an A. place in the jaw Isa. 40. 12. who measured waters in A. of his hand Jer. 52. 21. concerning the pill2U-, it was A.

HOLPEN. Pial. 83, 8. they have A, the children of Lot

HOL

Psal. 86. 17. because thou, Lord, Iiast A. me!

Isa. 31. 3. and he that is A. shall fall down

Dan. 11. .34. they shall be A. with a little help

Luke 1. .54. hath A. his servant Isr. in remembrance .HOLY.

Holiness. True holiness consists in a conformity to the nature a'nd uill of God, viherehy a saint is dis- tinguished from the unrenewed world, and is 7wt ac- tuated hy their principles and precepts, nor governed hy tlieir maxims and customs, Tner6 are different degrees of holiness in the Saints, hut sincerity is inseparahle from the being of it. All gold, as one observes, is not refined to the same degree and height of purity ; hut true gold, though in the lowest de- gree of fineness, wilt endure the furnace ajid tht touchstone, and hy that trial is discerned from counterfeit metal. The Holy Spirit, in renewing a man, infuses an universal habit of holiness, that is, comprehensive c/ all the variety of graces to he exercised in the life of a Christian. Gal. 3. 22, 23. 'I he fruit of the Spirit is love, joy, i)eace, long-suffering, gentleness, goodness, faith, meek- ness, temperance. See Sanctify.

llo[y is applied, I. To God the I'ather, Son, and Spirit, who is iiifinitely holy above all creatures, and is called hy way of emphasis. The HOLY One. All the holiness a7id perfection that creatures do or shall enjoy and possess to eternity, is derived from the immeasurable abyss of God's holiness, for he is the fountai?i of all holiness and purity. II. To his saints who are holy, [1] By teparatiim and choice, 1 Pet. 2. 9. [2] By the imputation of Christ's holiness or righteousness to them, Ezek. 16. 14. 2 Cor. 5. 21. [3] By partaking of a holy principle of grace, whereby the soul is renewed m holiness by degrees, till it attains a perfection of it, Heb. 12. 23. III. To angels. Mat. 25. 31. IV. To persons and things dedicated to God, Exod. 30. 35. 1 31. 14. Lev. 16. 4.

The propheti call the Lord, The Holy One of Is- rael, as if the name of Holy were synonymous with that of God. Ihey provoked the Holy One of Israel to anger, Isa. 1. 4. They shall stay upon the \jo\ii, the Holy One of Israel.

'-. Isa. 10. 20. And in Isa. 29. 19. The poor among men shall rejoice in the Holy One of Israel. The Messiah in like manner is called the Holy One. Psal. 16. 10. Thou wilt not suffer thine Holy One to see corruption. And in Luke 4. 34. I know thee who thou art, the Holy One of God. So in Luke 1. 35. That holy thing which shall be born of thee, shall be called the Son of (Jod. Christ is called simply the Holy One, Acts 3. 14. Holy is likewise the common epithet

fiven to the third person of the glorious Trinity, loly Ghost.

The Israelites are often called holy in scripture, he- cause they were the Lord's, who satictified them ; they professed the true religion, were called to holiness, which they were to endeavour to acquire, and zchich many in reality did attain to under the old law. Exod. 19. 6. Ye shall be an holv nation. See Exod. 22.31. Lev. 11. 44,45. Isuin. 16, 3.

Christians are still more particularly declared holy. They having received the earnests of the Holy Spirit in. a more plentiful and perfect manner than were enjoyed under the law. In

»9.,13, 32, 41. Lord, 1 have heard by many of this man, how much evil he hath (lone to thy saints. St. Peter came down to the saints which dwelt in Lydda ; he raised Tabitha /ro/n the dead, arid presented her to the saints. St. Paul directs his Epistle to the Romans thus, 'lo the beloved of God, called to be saints, Rom. 1. 7.

Holy place is put for the holy of holies, or the most Imly place. Exod. 28. 29. Aaron shall bear the names of the children of Israel in the breast- plate of judgment upon his heart, when he goetli in unto the holy place. Sometimes it is put for the court of the priests. I.ev. 10. ]8. Behold, the blood of it was not brought in within the holy place ; ye should indeed have eaten it in the holy place ; the court of the priests is called holy, compared with the court .of the people ; as in Ezek. 42. 14. The priests shall not go out of the holy place into the outer court. It is also taken for the whole temple. Acts 6. 13. 1 his man.ceaseth not to speak blasphemous words against this holy place and the law. And some- times for heaven itself. Isa. 57. 15. I dwell in the high and holy place; so in Heb. 9. 12. Is either by the bloocl of goats and calves, but by his own blood he entered in once into the holy place,

Exod. 3. 5. place whereon thou standest is A. ground 16. 23. to-morrow is the rest of the A. sabbath

19. 6. ye shall be to me a A. nation, 1 Pet. 2. 9.

20. 8. remember the sabbath day to keep it A.

28. ri8. Israel shall hallow in all their A. gifts

29. 6. and put the A. crown upon the mitre ,33. because they are A. || 34. because it is A.

30. 25. make it an oil of A. ointment compound .32. it is A. and it shall be A. unto you

.35. perfume tempered together, pure and A.

31. 14. keep the sabbath, for it is A. unto you, 13. Lev. 8. 9. and he put upon Aaron the A. crown

10.10. ye may putditference between A. and unholy 16. 4. he shall put on the A. linen coat

33. he shall make atonement for the A. sanctuary 19. 2. for X the Lord your Go

30. the tithe of the land is A. unto the Lord Num. 5. 17. and the priest shall take A. water

15. 40. thatyemay remember, and be A. to vourG

16. 3. seeing all the congregation are A. every one 5. the LorI will shew who are his, and who" is A.

18. 17. thou shalt not redeem them, they are A. 31. 6. sent Phinehas with the A. instiuuieuts

^ Hot

1 Sam. 2. 2. for there is none *. as thft Lord

21. 5. and rhe vessels of the young men are A.

1 Kings 8. 4. they brouffht up the ark and the taber-

nacle, and all the A. vessels, 2 Chrun. 5. 5.

2 Kingsi. 9. 1 perceive this is an h. man of Go

1 Chr. 22. 19. bring the h. vessels iuto house of God 2V.3. above all that I have prepared for the A. house

2 (-Aron. 23. 6. they shall go in, for they are A. 35. 3. said to the Levites wliich were A. to the Ld.

put the A. ark into the house Solomon built 13. but the other A. oft'erinss sod they iu pots Ezra 8. 28. ye are A. to the I>ord, vessels are A. also

9. 2. the A. seed mingled themselves with people A

22. 3. thou art A. O thou that inhabitest praises 28. 2. yvhea 1 lift my hands towards thy A. oracle 86. 2. preser\'e my soul, for I am A. O God, save

98. 1. his A. arm hatli gotten him the victory

99. 5. worship at his footstool, for he is A.

9. exalt the Lord, and worship at his A. hill 1(»5. 42. for he remembered his A. promise 145. 17. the Lord is A. in all Ids works

J'rov. 9. 10. the knowledge of the A. is understanding 20. 25. to man, who devoureth that which is A. 30. 3. nor have I the knowledge of the A.

Jsa. 4. 3. remainethin Jerusalemshall be called A.

6. 3. one cried A. A. A. is the Lord of hosts

13. the A. seed shall be the substance thereof

27 .13. shall worship in the A.mountain at Jerusalem .1(1. 29. a song, as when a A. solemnity is kept 52. 10. the Lord hath made bare his A. arm 58. 13. callsabbath, theA. of the Ix)rd, honourable 64. 10. thy A. cities are a wilderness, Zion a wilder. 11. our A. and beautiful house is hurnt up Jer. II. 15. and the A. tlesh is passed from thee JCzelt. 22.26.i)ut no difference between A.and profane 36. .38. 1 will increase them as the A. flock 42. 13. they be A. chambers where priests eat

14. there lav their garments, for ttiey are A.

44. 19. and lay them in tlie A. chambers

23. shall teach dift'erence between A. and profane

45. 1. shall offer an A. portion of the land, 4.

6. against the oblation of A. portion, 7- I 48. 18.

46. 19. into tlie A. chambers of the priests 48. ID. for the priests shall be this A. oblation

14. not sell first-fruits, for it is A. unto the Lord 21). shall offer the A. oblation four-square, 21. Dan. 4.8. but Paniel came in before me, in whom is the spirit of the A. gods, 9, 18. I 5. 11. 11. 28. his heait shall be against the A. covenant 30. indiiination against tne A. covenant, intelli- gence with them that forsake the A. covenant Hag. 2. 12. if one bear A. Hesh, and with his skirt touch bread, or pottage.or w ine,or oil,shall it be A.? Zech. 2. 12. Lord shall inherit .ludah in the A. land

13. Lord is raised up out of his A. habitation ■^lat. 7. 6. give not that which is A. unto the dogs 25. 31. shall come and all the A. angels with hfm Mark 6. 20. knowing that he was a just man and A. 8. 38. cometh in glory with A. angels, Luke 9. 26. Lvke 1. 70. by the mouth of A. prophets, Acls3. 21. 72. and to remember his A. covenant

2. 23. every male shall be called A. to tlie Lord John 17. 11. A. Fath. keep those thou hast given me .<-Jf/j 4. 27. against thy A. child .lesus, whom thou

.30. wonders may be done by name of thy A. child

7. 33. the place where thou standest is A. ground

10. 22. was warned from God by an A. angel Horn. 1. 2. which he had promised in the A.scriptures

7. 12. the commandment is A. just, and good

11. 16. if the first-fruit be A. if the root be A.

12. 1 . that ye present your bodies a A. sacrifice to G.

16. 16. salute one another with an A. kiss, 1 Cor. 16. 20. 2 Cor. 13. 12. 1 TAess. 5. 26. 1 Pel. 5. 14. 1 Cor. 3. 17. the temple of God is A. which temple

\. 14. but now are they A. || 34. that she may be A. i'pA. 1 . 4. we should be A. and without blame, 5. 27. Col. 1. 22. to present you A. and unblameable

3. 12. put on, as the elect of God, A. and beloved 1 'I'hess. 5.27.this epistle be read to^all the A. brethren

1 Tim. 2. 8. lifting up A. hands without wrath

2 Tim. 1. 9. who hath called us with an A. calling 3. 15. thou hast known A. scriptures able to make 'Tit. 1. 8. a bishop must be sober, A. temperate Heb. 3. 1. A. biethr. partakers of heavenly calling

7. 26. such an high-priest became us, who is A.

1 Pet. 1. 15. so be ye A. in all conversation, 16.

2. 5. an h. priesthood to offer up spiritual sacrifices 3. 5. the A. women also w ho trusted in God

2 Pet. 1. 18. when we were with him in A. mount 21. but A. men spake as moved by lloly Ghost

2. 21. than to turn from the A. commandinent

3. 2. the worils spoken before by the A. prophets 11. what persons to be in all A. conversation

Hev. 3. 7. w rite these things, saith he that is A. 4. 8. saying, A. A. A. Ld. God Almighty , which was 0. 10. cried, saying,how long, O Lord, A.and true

14. 10. be tormented in presence of the A. angels

15. 4. who shall not feai- thee ? for thou art A.

18. 20. rejoice over her, ye A. apostles and prophets 20. 6. A. is he that hath part in the first resurrection 21. 10. and he shewed me the A. .lerusalem 22. 6. Ijjrd (Jod of the A. prophets sentbis angel 11. and be tliat is A. let him be A. still See Convocation. HOLY dav. F.soi. 35. 2. the seventh shall be an It. day KeA. 8. 9. this day is A. untothe Lord, 10, 11.

10. 31 . not buy it of them on sabbath or A. day Psal. 42. 4. with a multitude that kept A. day Jsa. 58.13. from tloingtliy pleasure on my A. day Col, 2. 16. let no man judge you in respectof an A. d.

See G A II ME NTS.

HOLY OAost.

Mat. 1. 18. she was found with child of the H. GAost

20. what is conceived in her is of the H. Ghost

3. 11. shall baptize vou with H. Ghost unii with fire,

Mark 1. 8. Ljike 3. 16. JoAn 1. .33. Acts 1. 5,

12. 31. blasphemy against the //. GA<>.« shall not lie forgiven unto men, Mark 3. 29. Luke 12. 10.

32. whosoever speaketb against the U. CAost.

HOL

il/a/.28.19.baptize in nameof Father.Son, and H.G. Mark 12i 36. uavid said by the H. OAost, Acts\. 16. 13. 11. it is not ye that speak, but the H. GAost Luke 1. 15. John shall l>e hlled with the H. GAost 35.'the II. GAost shall come upon thee 41. and Fdisabeth was filled w ith the H. GAost 67. his father Zacharias w

12. 12. H. GAost shall teach you in the same hour John 7. 39. for the H. GAost was not yet given

14. 26. but the Comforter, who is the M. GAost 20.22. he saidi, receive ye the H. G. Acts 2. 38. Acts 1. 2. after that he through the H. G. had given

8. after that the H. GAost is come upon you 2.4. they were all filled with the H. GAost, 4. 31.

33. having received the promise of the H. GAost

4. 8. Peter, filled with the JI. G. said unto them

5. 3. Satan filled thy heart to lie to the H. GAost .32. we are his witnesses, so is also the H. GAost

6. 3. look out men full of the U. G. and wisdom

5. they chose Stephen, a man full of the i/. G.

7. 51. ye stiff-necked, ye always resist the H. G. 55. he bein" full of H, G. looked up to heaven

8. 15. prayed that they might receive the if. G.

17. hands on them, and they received the II. G.

18. when Simon saw that the H. G. was given

19. on whom 1 lay hands, he may receive H. G, 9. 17. thou mightest be filled with the H. GAost

31. walking in the comfort of the //. GAost 10. 38. how God anointed Jesus with the H. G.

44. H. G. fell on all which heard the word

45. on Gentiles was poured the gift of the H. G. 47. which have received the H. G. as well as we

11. 15. //. G. fell on them as on us at beginning 16. but ye shall be baptized with the if. GAost 24. Barnabas, full of the if. Ghost and faith

13. 2. the H. G. said, separate Barnabas and Saul 4. being sent forth by the H. GAost, departed

9. Paul, filled with the H. G. set his eyes on him 52. the disciples were filled with the H. GAost

15. 8. giving them the H. GAost as he did unto us 28. it seemed good to the H. GAost, and to us

16. 6. were forbidden of the H. G. to preach in Asia

19. 2. have ye received the H. GAost ? we have not

heard whether there be any H. GAost

6. laid hands on them, the H. G. came on them

20. 23. save that the H. G . witnesseth in every city 28. over which II. G. hath made you overseers

21. 11. thus saith the H. GAost, so shall the Jews 28. 25. well spake the H. G. by Ksaias the prophet

Horn. 5.5. love of God shed in hearts by the h. G. 9. 1. conscience bearing me witness in tlie H. GA. 14. 17. the kingdom of God is joy in the H. GAost

15. 13. abound in hope through power of the H. G. 16. acceptable, being sanctified by the H. GAost

1 Cor. 2. 13. but in words which the if. G.feachetb 6. 19. your body is the temple of the H. GAost

12. 3. say that .lesus is Lord, but by the if. GAost

2 Cor. 6. 6. by kindness, by the H. GAost, by love 13. 14. the communion of the H. G. be with you

1 TAess. 1. 5. for our gospel came in the if. GAost 6. received the word with joy of the U. GAost

2 'Tim. 1. 14. that good thing keep by the H. GAost 'Tit. 3. 5. he saved us by the renewing of the H. G. Ileb. 2. 4. bearing witness with gifts of the H. Ghost

3. 7. as the U. GAost saith, to-day if ye will hear 6. 4. and were made partakers of the H. GAost

9.8. the II. GAost this signifying, that the way 10. 15. whereof the II. Ghost is a witness to us

1 Pet. 1. 12. with the H. G. sent down from heaven

2 Pet. 1.21. spake as they were moved by the if. G. 1 John 5. 7. the Father, the Word, and the H. GA. Jude 20. but ye, beloved, praying in the H. GAost

See God, Habitation, Hill.

Most HOLY.

Ezod. 26. 33. bet«-een the holy place and the most A.

,34. on ark of the testimony m the most A. place

29. .f7. and it shall be an altar most A. 40. 10.

30. 10. it is most A. || 29. that they may be most A. .36. the perfume shall be to you most A.

Lev. 2. 3. the remnant of the meat offering shall be Aaron's, it is most A. 10. I 6. I7. 1 10. 12.

6. 25. the sin offering is most A. 29. 1 10. 17.

7. 1. the trespass offering is most A. 6. 1 14. 13. 21. 22. eat bread of God, both of mow A. and holy 24. 9. the cakes of fine flour are most A. to him 27.28. every devoted thing is most A. to the Lord

Num.4. 4. this shall be service about most A. things

19. thus do. when they approach the most A. things 18. 9. the offering they render to me shall be m. A,

10. in the most A. place shalt thou eat it

1 Kings 6. 16. he built them for the most A. place

7. 50. Solomon made vessels for the most A. jilace

8. 6. brought the ark unto vi. A. place, 2 CAr. 5. 7.

1 CAron. 6. 49. Aaron and sons for work of most A.

23. 13. Aaron separated to sanctify most A. things

2 Chron. 3. 8. Solomon made the most A. house 10. in the most A. house he made two cherubims

4. 22. the inner doors thereof for the most A. place

31. 14. and Kore to distribute the most A. things Ezra 2. 63. not eat of the most A. things, NeA. 7. 05. Ezek. 43. 12. the whole limit shall be most A.

44. 13. shall not come near in the most A. place

45. 3. in it shall be the sanctuary and most A. place 48. 12. this oblation shall be a thing viost A.

Dan. 9. 24. seventy weeks to anoint the most A. IIos. 11. + 12. Judah is faithful with the most A. Jude 20. building vourselves on your most A. faith

jfOLY mountain. Psal. 87. 1. his foundation is in the A. mountains Isa. 11.9. nor destroy in my A. mountain, 65. 25.

56. 7. even them will I bring to my A. mountain 57. 13. and he shall inherit my A. mountain

65. 11. ye are they that forget my A. mountain 60. 20. on mules and swift beasts to my A. mount.

Ezek. 20. 40. in my A. mmmtain they shall serve me 28. 14. thou wast upon the A. mo^oitain of Go

Van. 9. 16. let thy anger be turned from thy A. m.

20. presenting supplication for the A. mountain

fe

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DaH. 11 . 45. plant tabernacles in glorious A. moum, Joel 2. 1. sound an alarm in my A. mountain

3.17. 1 amthe Lord, dwelling in Zion my A. mcnin, Ohad. 16. for as ye have drunk on my A. mmouain ZepA. 3. 11. no more haughty, because of A. mount. ZecA. 8. 3. mountain of the Lord called the h. mount.

HOLY name. Lev. 20. 3. seed to Molech, to profane my A. ruime

22. 2. and that they profane not my A. name 32. neither shall ye profane my A. name 1 CAron. 16. 10. glory ye in his A. name, Ps. 105. 3, .35. we give thanks to thy A. name, Psal. lOii. 47.

29. 16. to buil

99. 3. praise thy terrible ?mme, for it is A.

103. 1. bless the Lord, bless his A. 7tame,lJ5. 21.

111. 9. A. and reverend is his name, Luke 1. 49. Isa. 57. 15. saith the lofty One, whose name is A. Ezek. 20. 39. but pollute you my A. vjime no more

36. 20. they profaned my A. name when tliey said

21. but I had pity for mine A. name

22. not for your sakes, but for my A. name's sake 39. 7. 1 will make my A. name known in Isr. 1 will

not let them pollute my A. name any more 25. and I will be jealous for my A. name 43. 7. my A. naine shall Israel no more defile 8. they have defiled my A. n. by their abominat. Amos 2.7. go in to same maid, to profane my A. n.

HOLY Une. Deut. 33. 8. Thummim and Urim be with thy A. O. Job 6. 10. not concealed the words of the A. One Ps. 16. 10. not leave my soul in hell, nor sufferthine A. One to see corruption. Acts 2. 27. | 13. 35. 89. 19. then thou spakestin vision to thy A. One Isa. 10. 17. and his A. One shall be for a flame 29. 23. they shall sanctify the A. One of .lacob

40. 25. to whom shall I be equal r saith the h. Ont 43. 15. 1 am the Lord your A. One, the Creator 49. 7. thus saith the Redeemer of Isr. his A. One

Dan. 4. 13. an A. One came down from heaven, 23. Hos. 11. 9. for 1 am the A. One in the midst of thee Hab. 1.12. art thou not fromeverlast. O L. my A. O. 3. 3. the A. One came from mount Paran iUar* 1.24. man with unclean spir. said, 1 know thee w ho thou ait, the A. One of God, Luke 4. 34. Acts 3. 14. but ye denied the A. One and the Just

1 Jahn 2. 20. ye have an unction from the A. One

HOLY One of Israel.

2 Kings 1 9. 22. thou hast exalted thy voice, and lifted

thy eyes against the A. One of Isr. Isa. 37. 23. Psal. 71.22. to thee will I sing, O thou A. One of Isr. 78. 41. yea, they limited the A. One of Israel

89. 18. and the A. One of Israel is our king

Isa. 1. 4. they have provoked the A. One of Israel 5. 19. let counsel of the A. One of Israel draw nigh 24. and despised the word of the A. one of Israel 10.20. shall stay on the Lord, the A. One of Israel 12. 6. great is the A. One of Israel in midst of thee 17. 7- "is eyes shall have respect to A. One of Isr.

29. 19. the poor shall rejoice in the A. One of Isr.

30. IL cause the A. One of Israel to cease from us 12. thus saiththe A. One of Israel, 15.

31. 1. they look not unto the A. One of Israel

41. 14. saith thy itedeemer, the A. One of Israel 16. and thou shalt glory in the A. One of Israel 20. and the A. One of Israel hath created it

43. 3. 1 am the Ld. the A. One of Isr. thy Saviour 14. thus saith your Itedeemer, the A. Owe of Isr. 45. 11. the Ld. the A. One of Israel, and his fliaker 47. 4. Lord of hosts is his name, the A. One of Isr. 48. 17. saith thy Redeemer, theA. One of Isr. 54.5. 49. 7- the Redeemer 0/ Israel, and his A. One 55. 5. nations run unto thee, for the A. Otte of Isr. 60. 9. bring their gold to the A. One of Israel 14. shall call thee, the Zion of the A. One of Isr. Jer. 50. 29. Babylon proud ag. the A. Owe of Isr. 51.5. land filled with sin against the A. One of Isr. Ezek. 39. 7. that I am the Lord, the A. One in Isr.

HOLY ones. Dan. 4. 17. the demand by the word of the A. one*

HOLY 01/. Erod. .30. 95. it shall be an A. anointing oil, 31. 37. 29. and be made the A. anointing oil Kum. .35. 25. the high-priest was anointed with A. oil Psal. 89. 20. with my A. oil have I anointed him

HOLY people. Deut. 7. 6. thou art an A. veo. to the Lord, 14. 2, 21.

26. 19. that thou mayest be an A. people to the Ld. 28. 9. L. shall establish thee an A. people to himself

Isa. 62. 12. they shall call them, the A. people Dan. 8. 24. he shall prosper, and destroy the A. peo. 12. 7. to scatter the power of the A. people

HOLY place. Exod, 28. 29. when he goetn in unto the A. place. .35. 43. come near to minister in the A. place, 29. ."tO. . 29. 31. thou shalt seeth his flesh in the A. place 31. 11. may make sweet incense for the A. place .35. 19. to do service in the A. place, 39. 1, 41. .38. 24. tlie gold in all the work of the A. place Leu. 6. 16. with unleavened bread it shall beeateu in the A. place, 26. 1 7. 6. 1 10. 13. 1 24. 9. 27. thou shalt wash that in the A. place .30. brought to reconcile withal in the A. place 10. 17. haveye not eaten sin offering in theA. p/a«.' 18. blood was not brought in within the A. place 14. 13. shall slay the burnt offering in the A. place 16.2. that he come not at all times into theA. p/ar< 3. thus shall Aaron conic into the A place

16. he shall make an atonement for the A. place-

17. Eoelh to make atonement in the A. place, 27. 20. hath made an end of reconciling the A. place 2.3. he put on when he went into the A. place

24. shall wash his flesh with water in theA. place Josh. 5. 15. tlie place whereon thou standest is A. 1 KingsR. 8. the staves were seen out in the A. place 10. priests come out of the A. place, 2 Chr. 5. 11. 1 CArim. 23. .32. keep the charge of the A. place i CAron. 29. 5. carry filthiness out of the A. tlace 7. nor offered burnt offerings in the A. place .30. 27. prayer came up to his A. dwelling-p/ac« .35. 5. stand in the A. place according to divisirns Ezra 9. 8. and to give us a nail io his A. place 235

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Psal. S4. 3. and who shall stand in his h. place ? 46. 4. the streams whereof' make (jlnd ttie A. place 68. 17. among them as in Sinai, in the /i. place

Keel. 8. 10. wno had gone from tlie place of the A.

J.ta. 57. 15. I dwell in the hiiih and A. place

Eiek. 41. 4. he said to me, this is the most h. place 42. 13. the place is It. II 14. not go out of the h. place 45. 4. it shall be an h. place for the sanctuary

Alat. 24. 15. ye see the abomination stand in h. place

Jicts 6. 13. blasphemous words against this A. place 21. 28. this man hath polluted this A. place

Heb. 9. 12. Christ entered in once into the A. place

25. tlie high priest entered every year into A. place

HOLY places. 2 Chrmi. 8. 11. because the places are A. wherennto Psal. 08. 35. thou art terrible out of thy A. places Ezek. 7. 24. and their A. places shall be defiled

21. 2. and drop thy word toward the A. places Heh. 9. 24. Christ is not entered into A. places made

Shall he HOLY. Exod. 22. 31. and ye shall he A. men unto me

29. .37. whatsoever toucheth the altar shall he A.

30. 29. whatsoever toucheth them .(. he A. Lev. 6. 18. 32. it is holy, and it shall be h. unto you, .37.

40. 9. shall anoint the tabernacle, and \t shall be A. Lev. 6. 27. shall touch the flesh thereof jAa// Ae A.

11. 44. ye j-. be h. for I am holy, 45. I 19. 2. | 20. 26.

19. 24. fruit thereof shall he A. to praise tlie Lord

21. 6. the priests shall be A. unto their God

23. 20. they shall he A. to the Lord for the priest 2.'>. 12. it is the jubilee, it shall be A. unto you 27. 9. that any man giveth to the Lord shall be A.

10. then the exchange thereof sAoW he A. 33. 21. in the jubilee it shall be A. to the Lord 32. the tenth shall be A. unto the Lord

iium. 6. 5. the ?»azarife shall he A. unto the Lord 16.7. the man whom Lord doth choose \\e shall he li. 18. 10. every male shall eat it, iff Aa//Ae A. unto thee

iJevt. 23. 14. therefore shall thy campAeA.

Jer. 31. 40. the gate towards the east shall be A.

Eiek. 45. 1. the holy portion shall be A. with borders

Joel3. 17. Idwell in /ion,then.?Afl//JerusalemAeA. HOLY Spirit.

Psal. 51. 11. and take not thy A. Spirit from me

Jsa. 63. 10. they rebelled and vexed his A. Spirit

11. where is he that put his h. Spirit within him ? Lttke 11.13. your heavenly I'ather give the A. .Spirit Eph. 1. 13. sealed with that A. Spirit of promise

4. 30. grieve not the A. Spirit of God, whereby

1 T/iess. 4. 8. who hath given unto us his A. .Spirit

HOLY temple. Psal.5.7. T will worshiptoward thy A. temple, 1.38.2. II. 4. the Lord is in his A. temple, his eyes behold 65. 4. be satisfied with the goodness of thy A. tern. 79. I. thy A. temple have they defiled, they laid Jonahl. 4. I will look again toward thy h. temple 7. my prayer came in unto thee, to thy A. temple Mic. 1. 2. the Lord from his h. temple be witness //aA. 2. 20. but the Lord is in his A. temple Eph. 2. 21. groweth to an A. temple in the Lord

HOLY thing. Lev. 22. 10. no stranger shall eat of the A. tlii?iff

14. if a man eat of the A. thiiip unwittingly 27. 23. thy estimation as an A. thina to the Lord

A^;«n. 4. 15. but they shall not touch any A. thi7ig Ezek. 48. 12. oblation be to them a thing most A. Luke 1. 35. therefore that A. thing born of thee

HOLY things. F.iod. 28. .38. Aaron may bear the iniquity of A. t. Lev. 5. 15. sin thro' ignorance in the h. things ofL.

22. 2. separate themselves from the A. things of Isr.

3. whosoever he be that goeth unto the A. things

4. not cat of the A. thinps till he be clean, 6, 12. 7. be clean, and shall afterward eat of the A. th.

15. they shall not profane the A. things of Israel

16. to bear iniquity, when they eat A. things l^um. 4. 20. not go in to see, when A. t. are covered

5. 9. every offering of A. Mm^.t shall be his, 18. 19. ■ 18. 32. neither shall ye pollute the A. thitigs Dent. 12. 20. thy A. things take and go to the place

1 Chron. 23. 28. their office was in purifying A. th.

2 Chron. 31. 6. they broughtin the titheof A. /Am^f Neh. 10. 33. we made ordinances for the A. things

Ifi. 47. they sanctified the A. things to the Levites Eiek. 20. 40. there will I require your A. things 22. 8. thou hast despised mine A. things

26. her priests have profaned my A. things

44. 8. ye have not kept the charge of my A. things

13. shall not come near to any of my A. tktngs i Cor. 9. 13. they who minister about A. things Heb. 8. t 2. an high priest, a minister of A. things

HOMK. Oen. 39. 16. laid up garment till her lord came A. 43. 16. bring these men A. slay and make readv End. 9. 19. man and beast not brought A. shall'die JJeut. 21. 12. then thou shall bring her A. to thy hou.

24. 5. but he shall be fiee at A. one year

Josh. 2. 18. bring all thy father's househoUl A. to thee Jndg. 11. 9. if ye bring me A. again to fight 19. 9. get on your way, that thou niayest go A. livth 1. 21. the Ixird hath brought me "A. empty

1 Sam. 2. 20. and they went uiito their own A.

6. 7. and bring their calves A. from them 10. and the men shut up their calves at A.

10. 26. and Saul also went A. to Gibeah, 24. 22. 18. 2. let him go no more A. to his father's house

2 Sam. 13. 7. then pavid sent A. to Tamar, saying 14. 13. the king doth not fetch A. his banished. 17. 23. Ahithophel gat him A. to his house

1 Kings 5. 14. a month in I.ebanon. two months at A. 13. 7. come A. witli me and refresh thyself, 15.

2 Kings 14. 10. and tarry at A. 2 Chron. 25. 19.

1 Chron. 13. 12. bring the ark of God A. to me 13. so David brought not the ark A. to himself

2 Chron. 25. 10. Amaziah separated the army of

Ephr. to go A. they returned A. in great anger E.sth. 5. 10. when Haman came A. called his friends Job .39. 12. believe that he will bring A. thy seed Psal. 08. 12. she that tarried at A. divided the spoil Prov. 7. 19. the goo

HON

Jer.6. + 2. likened Zion to a woman dwelling at A.

39. 14. that Gedaliah should carry him A. Xa»j. 1.20. abroad the sword, at A. there is as death J lab. 2. 5. he is a proud man, neither keepeth at A. Hag. 1. 9. when ye brought it A. I did blow upon it Mat. 8. 6. my servant lieth at A. sick of the palsy Marka. 19. go A. to thy friends and tell them Li(ke9.&\. let firet bid them farewell which are at A.

15. 6. when he cometh A. he calleth his friends John 16. t .32. scattered, every man to his own A.

19. 27. thatdisciple took her to his own A.

20. 10. the disciples went away to their own A. Arts 1. t 46. contin.in temple breaking bread at A.

21. 6. we took ship, and they returned A. again

1 Cor. 11. .34. if any man hunger let him eat at h. 14. 35. let them ask their husbands at A.

2 Cor. 5. 6. that whilst we are at h. in the body

1 Tim. 5. 4. let them learn to shew piety at A. Tit, 2. 5. to be discreet, chaste, keepers at A,

nOMV.-born. Exod. 12. 49. one law shall be to him that is h.-bom Lev. 18. 9. thy sister whether horn at A. or abroad Jer.Z. 14. is Israel a servant ? is he a h.-born slave f

HOMLR Was a measure of capacity in vse among the Hebrews, contaiyiing six pints very nearly. It teas the tenth part of the Ephah, and nas the measure of manna which God appointed for every Israelite, Exod. 10. 16, .36. .See EpHAH. i«z'. 27. 16. an A. of barley-seed at fifty shekels Isa. 5. 10. the seed of an A. shall yielcl an ephah Kzek. 45. 11. the measure shall be after the h.

13. the sixth part of an ephah of an A. of wheat

14. tenth part of a batli, for ten baths are an A. Has. 3. 2. 1 bought her for an A. and half an A.

HONESr. Lvke 8. 15. which in an A. and good heart, having Acts 6. 3. look out among you seven men of /(.report Horn. 12. 17. provide things A. in sight of all men

2 Cor. 8.21. provid. A. things in sightof L. and men

13. 7. but that ye should do that which is A. Phil. 4. 8. whatsoever things are A. just, pure, lovely Tit. 3. + 14. let ours learn to profess A. trades

1 Pet. 2. 12. having our conversation A. am. Gentiles

HOMESTLY.

Horn. 13. 13. let us walk A. as in the day, not in riot.

1 Thess. 4. 12. may walk A. toward them willjout

Heb. 13.18. conscience, in all things willing to live A.

HONE.STY.

1 Tim. 2. 2. may lead peaceable life in godli. and A.

HONOUR, Or to honour, in scripture style, is taken net only for the inuard or outward respect which people have and pay to persons who are superior to them ; and to whom they owe particular marks of defer- ence and distinction : but likewise for real ser- vices which are due to them. Exod. 20. 12, Honour thy father and thy mother. This pre- cept requires, not otily that we should shew our parents respect and deference, hut likewise that we should assist and relieve them , and perform such services for them as they may stand in need of; as this precept is explained by our Saviour ; Mat.

15. 4, 5, 6. Honour is likewise taken in thesajne sense in 1 Tim. 5. 3, 17. Honour widows that are widows indeed. Ao< only respect, but alio relieve them, [.el elders that rule well be counted worthy of double honour. Let them have a liberal maintenance. Honour is taken for a re- compense or reward, 'Num. 24. 11. I thought to promote thee unto great honour, but lo, the Lord hath kept thee back from honour; that is, hath deprived thee of the reward I designed for thee. By honour is al.'O miderstood that adoration which is due ta God only. Psal. 29. 2. Give unto the Lord the honour due unto his name. So in Mai. 1.6. If then I be a father, where is mine honour? A7id in 1 Tim. 1. I7. Unto the only wise God be honour and glory. It is put for an honourable fmiction, or office, such as was that of the holy priesthood under the law, Heb. 5. 4. T\o man taketh this honour, this honourable office, unto himself, but he that is called of Goil, as was Aaron. And for those great blessings and enjoyments which are bestowed on the saints tn heaven. Rom. 2. 10, Glory, honour, and peace to every man that worketh good.

Gen. 49. 6. to their assembly, my A. be not united Exod. 8. + 9. Moses said, have this A. over me

14. 17. and I will get me A. upon Pharaoh 18. when I have gotten me A. ujion Pharaoh

Num. 22. 17. 1 will promote thee unto great A. 3".

24. 11. the Lord hath kept thee back from A.

27. 20. thou shall put some of thine A. upon him Deul. 26. 19. make thee high above all nations in A. Judg. 4. 9. the journey shall not be for thine A.

13. 17. thy sayings come to pass, we may do thee A.

2 Sa?n. 6. 22. of them shall I be had in A.

1 Kings 3. 13. I have also given thee riches and A.

1 CAr. 16. 27. glory and A. are in his presence

17. 18. what can Dav. say more for A. of thy ser\'. 29. 12. both riches and A. come of thee 28. David died in old age, full of riches and A.

2 C.ltr. 1. 11. thou hast not asked riches or A. 12. I will give thee riches, and wealth, and A.

17. 5. Jehoshaphat had A. in abundance, 18. 1. 26. 18. nor shal 1 it be for thy A. from the Lord 32. 27. Hezekiah had much riches and A.

.33. the inhabitants-of .Icnisalem did him A. Esth. 1. 4. to shew the A. of his excellent majesty

20. all wives shall give to their husbands A. 6. 3. what A. hath been done Mordecai for this?

+ 6. the man in whose A. the kingdelightefh 8. 16. the .lews had light and gladness, joy and A. .Job 14. 21 . his sons come to A. he knoweth it not Psal. 7. 5. let the enemy lay mine A. in the dust 8. 5. thou hastcrowne

20. man that is in A. and'understandeth not

HON

Psal. 60. 2. sing forth the A. of his name, make his 71.8. let my mouth be filled with thy A. all the day 96. 6. A. and majesty are before him, strength 104. 1. thou art clothed with A. and majesty 112. 9. his horn shall be exalted with A. 145. 5. I will speak of the A. of thy majesty 149. 9. this A. have all his saints, praise llie Lord

Prov. 3. 16. and in her left hand are riches and A. 4.8. exalt her, and she shall bring thee to A.

5. 9. lest thou give thine A. to others, thy years 8. 18. riches and A. are with me, durable riches 11. 16. a gracious woman retaineth A.

14. 28. in the multitude of people is the king's A. 15. 33. and before A. is humility, 18. 12.

20. 3. it is an A. for a man to cease from strife

21. 21. he that foUoweth mercy, findeth A.

22. 4. by the fear of the lx>rd are riches and A. 25. 2. the A. of kings is to search out a matter 26. 1. so A. is not seemly for a fool

8. so is he that giveth A. to a fool 29. 23. A. shall uphold the humble in spirit 31. 25. strength and A. are her clothing Eccl. 6. 2. a man to whom God hath given A. 10. 1. so folly him that is in reputation for A. Jer. 33. 9- be to me an A. before all nations of earth Uan. 2. 6. ye shall receive rewards and great A.

4. .30. that 1 have built for the A. of my majesty 36. mine A. and brightness returned unto me

5.18. O king, God gave thy father glory and A.

11. 21. they .shall not give the A. of the kingdom Alal. 1. 0. if then I be a father, where is mine h.? Mat. 13. 57. .lesus said, a prophet is not without A.

save in his own counUy, Mark 6. 4. John 4. 44. John 5. 41. I receive not A. from men 44. who receive A. one of another, and seek not A.

8. 54. if I honour myself, my h. is nothing liom. 2. 7. in well doing seek for glory and A.

10. but A. to every man that worketh good

9. 21. of the same lump to make one vessel to A. 12. 10. kindly aflfectioned, in A. preferring one ano. 1.3. 7. render therefore A. to whom A. is clue

1 Cor. 12. 23. we bestow more abundant A. 24.

2 Cor. 6. 8. by h. and dishonour, by evil report Col. 2. 23. not in any A. to the satisfying of the flesh 1 Thess. 4. 4. know how to possess his vessel in A.

1 Tim. 1. 17. to the only wise God be A. and glory 5. 17. let elders be counted worthy of double A.

6. 1. count their own masters worthy of all A.

16. to whom be A. and power everlasting

2 Tim.Q. 20. vessels, some to A. some to dishon.21. Heh. .3. 3. who builded, hath more A. than the house

5. 4. noman taketh this A. to himself, but he called

1 Pet. 1.7. might be found to praise, A. and glory 2. + 7. unto you that believe he is an A.

3. 7. giving A. to the wife as to the weaker vessel

2 Pet. 1. 17'. he received from God the Father A. Rev. 4. 9. when those beasts give glory and A.

11. thou art worthy to receive glory and A. 5. 12. 5. 13. A. power.and might be to him, 7. 12. 1 19. 1. 19. 7. lei us be glad, rejoice, and give A. to him 21. 24. kings bring their glory and A. to it, 26.

HONOURS. Acts 28. 10. who also honoured us with many h.

H<)^OUH, Verb. Exod. 20. 12. A. thy father and tliy moth. Veut. 5. 16. Mat. 15. 4. I 19. 19. Mark 7. 10. 1 10. 19. Luke 18. 20. Eph. 6. 2. Lev. 19. 15. shall not A. the person of the mighty

32. thou shall A. the face of the old man Judg. 9. 9. wherewith by me thev A. God and man

1 Sam. 2. .30. Ld. saith, tor them that A. me I will A. 15. 30. yet A. me now, 1 pray thee, before elders

2 Sam. 10. 3. thinkest thou that David doth A. thy

father, that he .sent to thee, 1 Chron. 19. 3. E.Mh. 6. 6. whom the king delighteth to A. 7, 9, 11. Psal. 91. 15. 1 w ill deliver him and A. him Prov. 3. 9. A. the L. with thy substance and first-fru. Isa. 29. 13. this people witii their lips do A. me 43. 20. the beast ot the field shall A. me .58. 13. and shall A. him, not doing thine own ways Van. 4. .37. 1 extol and A. the King of heaven 11. 38. in his estate shall he A. the God of forces, a god whom his fathers knew not, shall he A. Mat. "iS. 0. and A. not his father or his mother John 5. 23. that all men should A. Son as thev A. Fa. 8. 49. but I h. my Father, and ye dishonour me 54. if 1 A. myself, my A. is nothing

12. 26. if any serve me, him will my Father A. 1 Tim. 5. 3. A. widows that are widows indeed 1 Pet. 2. 17. A. all men, fear God, A. the king

HONOUUABLE. Gen. 34. 19. Shechem was more A. than all house Kum. 22. 15. Ealak sent princes more A. than they

1 Sam. 9. 6. there is in the city a man of God, ana

he is an A. man, all he saith cometh to pass 22. 14. faithful as David, who is A. in thy house

2 Sam. 23. 19. w-as he not most A. of three r therefore

he was their captain, 1 Chron. 11. 21. 23. was more A. than the thirty, but attained not 2 Kitigs 5. 1. now ^iaanian was A. with his master 1 Chron. 4. 9. .labez was more A. than his brethren 11. 25. behold, was A. among thirty, attained not Job 22. 8. had the earth, and the A. man dwelt in it P.tal. 45. 9. kings' daughters among thy A. women 111. 3. his work is A. and glorious Isa. 3. 3. the lyird doth take away the A. man 5. the base shall behave proudly against the A, 5. 13. and their A. men are famished 9. 15. the ancient and A. he is the head 23. 8. whose trafiickers are the A. of the earth 9. bring into contempt all the A. of the earth

42. 21. he will magnify the law, and make it A.

43. 4. thou hast been A. || .58. 13. holy of the L. A. A'ljA. 3. 10. and they cast lots for her A. men Mark 15. 43. .loseph of Arimathca an A. counselloi Luke 14. 8. lest a more A. man be bidden of him Acts 13. 50. the Jews stirred up the A. women

17. 12. also of A. women not a few believed

1 Cor. 4.10. we are weak, but ve aiestions, yeareA.

12. 23. those members which we think less A. Ilcb. 13. 4, marriage is A, and the bed uudefikd

HOO

IIONOUKKD.

r.roJ. 14. 4. I will l>o /:. on Pliaiaoh and his ho?t jHriK. l.i, 18. lie tlwt leuarcetli reproot shall be /i. C7. IH. he that waiteth on his master shall be /;.. Ja. us wiili m.uiv honours 1 Vor. lU. '26. or one member be A. all rejoice witli it

IIONOUKKSX. 1 Sam. 2. C9. and /i. thv sons above me, to make lat

IIONUIKKIII. P>al. 15. 4. but he /i. them that tear the I.nrd Pro;, i'2. 1.1. is better than he tli.t /i. Iiimsell 14. .'il. but he that A. him hatli mercy on the pnor yjdl. 1. 6. a son /. . his rather, where is mv lionour- Mat. 15. 8. an.! A. me with their lips, .il,iri 7. 0. Jolni 5. 'iS. he that /;, not the ^on. /i. not the Tathcr 8. 54. it is my Father tliat //. me, ot whom ve sav

HONEV. 2ifes are sonie of the s?natle. the \:.ttrt.-t thunj in ihc zii'rlil. The .■cri;tiiie, ii'i.m-i ihintj a iurp rjOiemUt piirMiiiiv r.it/' vhslinac;/ anJ uarinth, muh- vn- ir' the MmilituJe ol bees. / hit/. 1. 44. I he Amonui chased you as bees, .hid in Psal. 11!;. I'J. -1 hey compassed me about like bees, .l.v <■ honey. (>iii/ did. net permit unn f.> be <.\f>ercd to /urn upon his aliur. Lev. 'J. 11. Nt- sliaU burn no leaven, nor any honey, in any otierinu' oi the Lord maiie by tire', 'ihe^e are mans/ 'fi;..;/- ;;i:en for ilie expediency of thi< la:.- ; .'iic/i «•, I'lat honey dvc 7tot agree uel! uit/i o:her tilings, t./iieit are iffeied in the uay of sacii.nce, thai it makes hrtad iour. and is not good uith roa.'t meat ; or decnn.'e /nes are insects which are judged to he unctian, I.t-v. 11. C;{. Hr hccaiise honey /. the •ymhoi if carnal pitusvres ; or, lastly, !■• keep at a distance from the ciutoms of the htarhens, u/io -..ere used to'oXf'cr honey iii their sacnjitc.'. Jjnt at the same time that Gvd forbids any Iioney to be offered to l.un in sacrif.ce, he commands the first-fruits of it to be pvt. ytnted to him. Lev. 2. 12. j^s Kir tJie oblation ot the lir^t Iruits, ve slial! otiVr tliem unto the Lord; lait tlu^e jfnt-fruit. and offering}. ::ere de.tand not only the lioney of bees, bur liie:ise the honey if dares, or the fiuit :f the palm tree, or the dates themseiies, Jrom lihiih honey is errractIat. .'!. 4. C'hildrt^n :.ere Jed uith milk, cream, and honev. Isa. 7. 15. I'utter and honey shall he eat, that he may know to refuse the evil, and choose the gnori. This -.as the suee'cst and moH delicious thing rihich :eas then known btforc the inientwn and preparaiion of sugar, and thercfure things that are s:.eel, pl,asant, and agreeable, are in .'cripiure compared to it. As the word of God, Psal. llo. 111.). Wisdom, Prov.24. i:!, 14. God compuiin, , i' .'erusalem lor offering that bread, oil. and h. nev ro idoh, which he had gi:en to the inhubiutnis there f for their nourishment. Ezek. 16. l.'i. \.>. And >olo;non observes, that too great a quantity e/' honey is hurtful to the stomach, and creates a loathing, Prov. 25. 16. Gen. 4:i. 11. carrv a little h. spices, mvrrh. nuts f lod. 16.31. tasteof it was like wafers "made with/;. i-ti. 2. 11. ve shall burn no leaven, nor anv /;. 7A-Hr.)i.8. alandofoil-oliveainl//.2 Kings IH. .ie. .■■:2. 13. he made him to suck /;. out of the rock Judg. 14. 8. there was h. in carcase of the lion, o. 18. what sweeter than /(. .'' what stronger than lion r

1 .SVi/;;. 14. 25. and there was //. upon the :;rouiid 26. /(.

2 Sam. 17. 'JO. brought /;. and buttt r to Da- id

1 krigs 14. 3; take a cruse of h. and l'o to him

2 ('//.iiji. 31 5. Israel broui:ht the hrst-fruiis of /;. Job 20. 17. he shall not see tlie brooks of /o and but. Psal. 10. lo. iud-ment sweeter than //. llu. ]o:i.

81. 16. with /(. out of the rock ha\ e tatistied thee Prov.oi. 13. myson.eat/;. because it is yood,25. 16.

25. 27. it IS not tood to eat much /(. Vant. 4. 11. A. and milk are under thy foneue

5. 1. I have eaten my honev comb with mv h. Jiff.*. 15. but. and A. shall he eat, that he ma v know 22. for butter and A. shall everv one eat tlia't is lett Jer. 41.8. we have treasures ot'A. in the liehl £.iek. 3. 3. it was in mv mouth as A. for sweetness

10. 13. thou didst eat line (lour, A. and oil, 10

27- 17. .ludali traded in h. and balm with Ivrns Jl7o^3.4..)olmthe l!ai)tist's raiment of camel's hair, and his meat was locusts and wild A. Mark 1. 6 Mev. 10. y. but it shall be in thy mouth sweet as A. 10. and it was in mv mouth sweet as A.

iite riOWKTH, ILDWINC.

]|OM',Y-C(.«/A. 1 Sam. 14. 27. put torlh rod and dipt it in a h.-comb Psal. 10. 10. SM.'eter al.-.o than honey and h.-comb /'/■Of. 5.3. the lipsof a stranue woman drop as A. -f. 16. 24. pleasant words are as an h.-comb. sweet 24. 13. eat the h.-comb which is sweet to thy taste 27.7- the full .soul loatheth an h.-cnmh C'««/.4.11.thy lips. () mv spouse, drop as an A.-ccwii 5. 1. 1 have eaten my 71. -comb with my honey i.u*« 24. 42. they sjave him a piece of an h.-comb

HOODS. ha. 3. 23. 1 will fake away tlie h. and the vails

n o p

iioor.

Erod. 10. 26. there sliall not an A. ho hft behind Lei. 11. 3. whatever partetli A. and is cloven-looted

4. of them that divulu the A. but divideth not A.

5. but divideth not tlie A. 6. Ueut. 14. '.

'. the swine, tlio' he divide the A. Vent. 14. B. UOUI s. Jiida. 5. 22. then were the horse A. broken Psal. 69. -.'■X. pleiise Lord better tlian an ox with A. Isa. 5. 28. tlieir horses' A. sliall be counted like lliut Jer. 47. 3. at the noise of the stampim^ of the A. t-.e.h. 26. 11. with h. or horses siudi Ireal thv streets 32. 13. nor shall the A. of beasts trouble tliem Mic. 4. 13. i will m.ike thv A. brass, and shall beat

HOOK. 2 A'jJi'MlO.CS. Twill putmy A.inthynose. /.■a.."7.29. Job 41. 1. canst thou dr.iw lc\ iathan with an n. .' 2. Mat. 17. 27. go, and cast an A. and take up a hsli

llOOK.-^. £'-'.10'. 26. .32. their h. sliall be of L'old, .".7. 1 ,36. 36. 27. 111. tiie A. of the pillars shall be of silver, and their fillets 01 silver. 11, 17. 1 .;8. 10. 11. 12, I7. ly. />!.'. 2. 4. tiicir spears into pnuiin-' A. .V/r. 4. 3. 18. 5. lie si'.ail cut otf tile -pri;;s w ith pruning A. L-.ek. 2y. 4. but 1 will put A. in thv jaws, 33. 4.

40. 43. and within were A. an hand broad J'e7 3. 10. beat \ our pruning A. into siiears Amos 4. 2. that he v^iU take vou awav with A.

IIOPK." Christian hope is a firm expectation of u'.l rromi'cd good ihinjs, .hi far a< lluy may be for G.od's glory and our good, but fpeeiaiy confi- dence. 2lim. 1. 12. I know whom 1 lia\e be- lieved, and I am jjersiiaded that he is ahle to keep that which I have committed to liim auainst thatdav. Tut worldly hopes are always uncer- tain : There is so much of impott nee or dci eit in all the means used to obtain human desires, that the success is doubtful. C!) Divine hope is distin- guishtdjiom carnal prC'timption, by its inseparable effect, h has a cleans,:ng e.tficacy. 1 .lohn 3. 3. L.very man that hath this hope in him puritieth himself, even as he is pure, fit endeatours to shun all sin, and to be ptrtecting holiness. He ptir'fi'es himself by the assistance of the Holy i 5. 16. poor liath A. and iniipiity stoiipcth her mouth

7. 6. mv davs arc spent without A.

8. 13. and the hvpocrite's A. shall perish, 14. 11. IB. thou shah be secure, liecause tliere is A.

20. Ihcir A. shall be as the divine up of the nhost 1 1. 7. for tliei'e is A. of a free if it be cut down

ly. and thou destroyest the A. of man 27. 8. what is A. of hvpocrite tho' he hath pained r

41. y. beh.ild, the A. ot him is in vain

Tsal. 78. 7. that tliey niiiiht set their A. in God 146.5. happv is he whose It. is in the Lord his God

Prov. 10. 28. the A. of the riirhteous shall be :;ladne=s 11. 7- «'id tlie A. of nniu-.t men iierishelh

13. 12. A. deferreil maketh the heart sick

14. .32. but the risihteons hath A. in his death ly. 18. chasten thy son while there is A.

HOR

Prov. 26. 12. is nrore A. of a fool than of him, 29. 20.

t.cci. y. 4. to liim who is joined to livins;, there is A.

V.>,(. 57. 10. there is no A. J^r. 2. 25. I 18. 12.

Jer. 14. 8. O thou A. of Israel, tlie >aviuur, 17. 13. 17. 7. blessed 1, the man whose A. the I.onl is 31. 17. there isA. in the end, saith the Lord 50. 7. even t!ie LorM, tlie A. of their talhers

Lam. 3,21. this I recall to my mind, theref. have \ A. 2y. his Uioulh in the oust, if So be there may be A.

L.zik. ly. 5. when she saw that her A. was lost ;<7. 11. behold, they say.our Uiiies ilried. our A. lost

lies. 2. 15. the vallev ot Achor for a door of h

Joel 3, K). the Lord will be the h. of his people

Zt eh. 9. 12. turn to the stronu hoh. I ye prisoners of A.

At IS 16. ly. when saw the A. of their gains was gone

23. 6. of the A. and resurrection of the dead

24. 15. 1 have A. toward (i. which thev also allov? 2(i. 6. now 1 am judged tor the A. of the promise

7. for which A. sake, 1 am accused of the .lews C7. 20. all A. that we should be saveii was L'oue 28.20, for A. of Israel ! am bound with this chain Pool. 5, 4. [latieiice, e.Nperieiue ; c.Nperience. A.

5. A. maketh mt ashamed, because loxeof God 8. 24. tor we are saved by A. but A, seen is not A. 15. 4. that we thromih patien' e miiihthave A,

13. that ve mav abouiM iiiA. th.io' the 11. Ghost

1 Vor. y. Iv'. that he sh.i;dd be partaker of his A. 1.3. 13. now abiOeth faith, A. < harity, these thiee 15. ly. if in this life only we have A, in I. hi ist

2 t or. 1. 7. and our A. of you is stedtast, kuo»in2r

3, 12. seein;,' that we have such h. we use plainness 10. 15. having: h. when \iui faith is increased

ttal.b.vi. ior \,ethio' the Spirit wait for A, er iii;l:t. Tph. 1. 18. may know what is the A. of his calling: 2. 12. ha\ing no h. an;i without God in the woi Id

4. 4. one Spirit, even as ye are called in one A. Gol. 1. 5. for the h. laid up for \ ou in heaven

23. be not moved awav f'rom the A. of tlie gospil 27. whicii is L hiist in you, t!ie A. of ghny

1 Thess. 1. 3. your patience of A. in our Lord .lesus

2. ly. forw-hat isour A. -r jiy .- are iv,t even ye

4. 13. ve sorrownot. even asotheis who haveno A.

5. 8. and for an helmet the A. 1 f salvation

2 Thess. 2. 16. w !.o hath iiiven Us !;ood A. thf-o' grace 1 L'iin. 1. 1. of cur l^-nl .lesus. wlio is cur A." Tit. 2. 13. lookiuLi for that bitssed A. and appearing

3. 7. made heirs accon'.iug to the A. of eternal life Iteh. 3. 6. reioiein:; of the A. linn to the end

6. U. to the full assurance of A. unto the end

18. who have fled to lay ho!

7. ly. but t!ie briiu;ir.u in of a better A. di,l

1 Pet. 1.3. who hath begotten us aiiain to a livelv A.

21. that vour faith and A. might be in (iod

3. 15. tliat asketli a reason of the A. that is in vou 1 John 3. 3. e\ ery man tliat hath this A. in hiin

In HOP I'.. Psal. 10. 0. my flesh shall rest in A. Acts 2. 26. Tom. 4. 18. w ho against hope believed in A.

5. 2. and rejoice in A. of the alory of (iod

8. 20, of hiui who hath subjected the same in h. 12. 12. reioicim; in h. patient in ti ibulatioii

15. 13. that ve iiiav abound in h. thro' Holy Ghost 1 ( 'or. y. 10. that )jlow eth in A. tliat thresheth in A. Tit. 1, 2. in A. cf eternal life which God promised

My 1K)PE. Job 17. 15, and where is now n,y h.? as for my A.

ly, 10. and my A, hath he removed like a tree

31. 24. if I have made gold my h. or have sai.l Tsal. 3y. 7. 1 Old, what w ait 1 for ■ my A. is in thee

71. 5. for thou art my A. (; Lord God, Jer. 17. 17.

liy. 116. and let me not be ashamed cii m,y A. / am. 3. 18. ami my A. is perished from the Lord Phil. 1. 20. accorO. to mi' A. ti-.at in nothing 1 shall

HOPL. i erb. Job 6. 11. what is my strenatii, that I should h.? P til. 22. y. thou didst make nie A. when 1 was ui^ou

31. 24. be of coura:.e. all ye that h. in tiie Lord

33. Hi. upon them that A. in his mercy. 147. 11.

22. thv mercv be en us. according as we A. in thee .3;;. 15."ti rin tliee. O Lord, do 1 A. thou wilt hear ■12. 5, whv cast oown - A. tiiou 111 (iod, 11. | 43. 5. 71. 14. bu't 1 will A. continuallv, and jiraise thee liy. 4y. word on which thou liast caused me to A.

81. niv soul taint. 1 A. in tliv word, 114. 1 130. 5.

130. 7. "let Israel A. in the Lord. 131. 3. Isa. ;». 18. thev in the pit cannot A. for thv truth Lam. 3, 24, mv portion, therefore will 1 A, in him

26, it is iiooi! tliat a man should b'lth A. and wait F.'.ek. 13. 6. and they have made others to A. J^ule 6. 3*. if lenil to tliemof whom ye A. to receive -lets 26. 7. to wliich protiiise our tribes A. to come Tom. 8. 24. what a man seeth, why doth lie A. for?

25. if vve h. for that we see not, then do we wait Phil. 2. '-3. him I A. to send presently . soon as 1 see

1 Pet. 1. 13. wherefore be sober, and A. to the end

HOPKD. Esth. 9, 1 . the enemies of Ihe .lews A. to li.ive power Job 6. 20. thev were confounded because thev had A. Psa!. 110.4,)" for 1 liaN e A. in ihv ludirnients

74. because 1 have A. in ll;v word". 147.

166. Loril, 1 have h. for thy salvation Jer. 3. 23. in vain is salvation A. t'or Irom the hilU Luke 23. 8, he A. to have seen some miracle ilone Acts 24. 26, he A, monev sliouhl have been given

2 for. li. .'). and tliisthe-; did. not as we A.

llib 11. 1. laith is tl:e sul'stance of things h. for liOlM'.i II.

1 Cor. 13.7. charity A. all thiuLis, endurcth all things ilOl'ING.

Tu''C 6. .35. do good, and lend, A. tor nothing again

1 Tim 3 14. 1 \\ rite. A. to come unto thee shortly HORN.

The principal defence and greatest strength of horned beasts c, nsi't in their horns; and the scripture menlirns the lioiii as the symbol of strtnath. .Moses con, pares .Icsepli to a young bu'liick. and say, that his horns are like the liorns of unicorns ; that is, his sirenoth nutl power s'.ali be -.ery t:r,nt. Dent. 33. 17. And in Psal. l.i,'. 17. 1 will make the horn of Valid 10 bud ; I will make his power and glory

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to ftauTtsh end increase. I will cut off the horns of the wicked, Fsal. 75. 10. So in .ler. 48. 25. Ihe horn of Moab is cut off. In Psal. 44. 3, a victory over enemies is expressed by these uords, Ihrough thee we will push down our enemies: in Hebrew, we will smite witli the horn, we u ill subdue, destroy, and disperse them, as a bull disperses every thing that comes before him with his horns.

Horn signifies liiewise glory, hoTunir, brightness, and rays. 1 Sam. 2. 1, iMuie horn is exalted in the Loid ; my glory is advanced and manifested ; God hath loaded me xiith lioiiour. Job says, i have dehled my horn in the dust: I have parted tcith all my glory and dignity, and been contented to lie in the dust. Job 16. 13. 'fhe Psalmist lays, I said to the wicked, lift not up the horn ; Do not carry yourselves either arrogantly, boast- ing of your own streiigth, or scornfully and ma- liciously towards me, Psal. 73. 4. In ilab. 3. 4, it is said, God came from Paran, and his brightness was as the light, and he had horns conuug out of his hand, or, beams and rays of light, that is, glorious manifestatio7is of hispouer in these his acts. Ur, according to others, having his hands armed with flaming darts, and fiery arrows.

Kingdoms and great powers are often described by the word horns. It is thus Daniel represents the power of the Persians, of the (ireeks, of .Syria and Kgypt. He represents Durlus awrf Alexander Hie d goat and a ram running violently at each other with their horns, Vaji. 8. 3, 5, 6. The Hebrews, by the word horn, sometimes understood an eminence, an angle, a corner. Isa. 5. 1. My well-beloved hath a vineyard in a very fruitful hill, Heb. in the horn of the son of oil : my be- loved has a vitieynrd situated on an eminence, or on the comer of a rich and fertile moujitain. The horns of the altar of burnt offerings were eminences or spires at the four comers of it, which were not only for ornament, but alto for use, either to keep things put upon them from falling, or that leasts to be offered might be bound to them, as tlie Psalmist seems to insinuate, Psal. 118. 27. J^s the ancients frequently made use of horns to hold liquors, the vessels wherein oil was put, and perfumes, are called often horns, whether they really were of horn, or of any other matter. Kill thine horn with oil, says the iMrd to Samuel, and go anoint David king, 1 Ham. 16.1.

£j«rf. 21. 29- if ox were wont to push with his h.

1 Ham. 2.1. Hannah said, mine A. is exalted in the

Lord

10. and he shall exalt the h. of his anointed

16. 1. fill thine h. with oil, go, 1 will send thee 13. Samuel took the h. of oil, and anointed him

2 Sam. 22. 3. the h. of my salvation, Psal. 18. 2. 1 Kings 1. 3H. Zadok the priest took an h. of oil

1 Chr. 25. 5. in the words of God, to lift up the h. Job 16. 15. I have defiled my h. in the dust Psal. 75. 4. to the wicked, lift not ui) the h. 5. 89. 17. and in thy favour our h. shall be exalted 24. and in my name shall his h. be exalted 92. li). my h. shall thou exalt like h, of an unicorn 112. 9. his h. shall be exalted with honour 132. 17. 1 will make the /(.of David to bud 148. 14. he also exalteth the h. of his people Jer. 48. 25. the h. of Moab is cut off, and his arm Lam. 2. 3. he hath cut off all the A. of Israel

17. he hath set up the h. of thine adversaries Jizek. 29. 21. 1 will cause the h. of Israel to bud Dan. 7. 8. among them a little h. in this h. 20.

11. of the great words which the h. spake 21. the same h. made war with the saints

8. 5. the goat had a notable h. between his eyes 8. 8. when he was strong great h. Avas broken

9. out of one of them came forth a little h. 21. the great h. that is between his eyes

Jl/if.4.13. for I will make thy h. iron, and hoofs brass Zech. 1.21. which lift up their A. over the land lAtke 1. 69. hath raised up an h. of salvation for us

HORMS. Oen. 22. 13. a ram caught in a thicket by his h. ilxod.. 27. 2. make the h. of it on the four corners, his h. shall be of the same, ,30.2. 1 .37. 25. | 38. 2.

29. 12. and put of the blood on the h. of the altar.

Lev. 4.7,18, 25, 30, .34. j 8. 15. 1 9. 9. t 16. 18.

30. 3. with pure gold shalt overlay the h. 37. 26.

10. make an atonement on h. of it ouce a year Deut. 33. 17. his h. are like the h. of unicorns

J fiings^. 28. Joabcaughtholdonihe A.of Ihealtar 22. 11. Zedekiah made A.of iron, 2 Vhron. 18. 10. I'sal. 22. 21. hast heard me from the h. of unicorns 69. 31. than a bullock that bath h. and hoot's .75. 10. all the h. of the wiclipd will I cut off, but the h. of the righteous shall be exalted 118. 27. bind the sacrifice to the h. of the altar Jliek. 27. 15. they brought for a present h. of ivory 34. 21. ye pushed all the diseased witii your h. 43. 15. from the altar and upwards shall be four h. Dan. 7. 7. behold a fourth beast had ten h. 20. 8. I considered the h. three h. were plucked up 24. the ten A. are ten kings tliat shall arise 8. 3. the ram had two h. the two h. were hiyh

6. the he-goat came to the ram which had two A.

7. and he smote the ram, and brake his two h.

20. two A. are the kings of Media and Persia Amos 6. 13. have we not taken A. by ourstrength ? llab. 3. 4. he had A. coming out of his hand Zech. 1. 18. then 1 saw, and behold, four A.

19. these the A. which have scattered Judah, 21.

21. are come to cast out the A. of the Gentiles Hev. 5. 6. in midst stood a Lamb having seven A.

12. 3. a red dragon, having seven heads and ten h.

13. l.a beast having ten A. and on his h. ten crowns

1 1. another beast had two A. like a lamb

17. S. a scarlet coloured twast liavingten h.

7. the beast w Inch hath the seven heads and ten h. IS. the ten h, thou sawest are ten kings, 16. See Hams.

HOR

HORNET.

Hornets are a sort of itrong flies which the Lord used at instruments to plague the enemies of his people. 'They are of themselves very troublesome and mischievous ; but those the Lord made uie of were, it is thought, like the flies witerewith he plagued Egypt, of an extraordinary bigness and pemiciousness. It is said, they live as the wasps, that they have a king or captain, and pestilent stings as bees, and that if twenty-se- ven of them sting man or beast, it is certain death to either. Nor is it strange that such creatures did drive out the Canaanites from their habitations ; for many heathen writers give in- stances of some people drivett from their seals liy frogs, others by mice, others by bees and wasps ; of which see Herodotus, Uiodoi us, Pliny, KjViAU, Justin, 4c. -'^itd it is said, that " a " christian city, being besieged by Sapores, king " of Persia, was delivered by honiets ; for the *' elephants and beasts being stung by them, waxed " unruly, and so the whole army fled."

Deut.l. 20. the Lord will send the A. among them

Josh. 24. 12. 1 sent the A. before you, which drave HURNKTS.

Eiod. 23. 28. 1 will send A. before thee, which drive HORRIBLE.

Psal. 11. 6. on fhe wicked he shall rain a A. tempest 40. 2. he brought me uj) also out of a A. pit

Jer. 5. 30. a A. thing is committed in the land 18. 13. the virgin of Israel hath done a A. thing 23. 14. 1 have seen in the prophets a A. thing

Hos. 6. 10. 1 have seen a //. thing in house of Israel IIOURIBLY.

Jer. 2. 12. beA. afraid, Oyeheavens,atthis,saith L.

Ezek. 32. 10. their kings shall be A. afraid for tliee HORKOR.

Gen. 15. 12. a A. of great darkness fell on Abram

Job 18. +20. they that went before laid hold ou A.

Psal. 55. 5. and A. hath overw helmed me 119. 5.3. A. hath taken hold on me, because

Lzek.T.VA.h. shall co\ er them, and shame on all faces HORSE

Is a very common beast, and very well known in these cvuniries ; but very rare among the He- brews till Solomon's time. Before him we find no horsemen mentio7ied in the armies of Israel. God forbids the kings of his people to keep many horses, Deut. I7. 16. Hereby God would pre- vent oppression and tyranny, and the imposition of unnecessary burdetis and taxes upon his peo- ple; as also carnal confidetice in the kings, which by this means would be promoted. As in Psal. 20. 7. Some trust in chariots, and some in horses. By this God would likewise prevent their having commerce with Eg^'pt, which was famous for horses. David having -won a great battle against Hadadezer king of 2obah, took seventeen hun- dred horses, and lamed all belonging to the cha- riots of war, reserving only an hundred chariots, 2 Sam . 8. 4. The Judges and Princes of Israel used generally to ride im mules, or asses.

Solomon is the first king of Judah who had a great number of horses, and he kept them rather for pomp than for war. He had forty thousand stalls of horses for his chariots, and twelve thou- sand horsemen distributed in his fortified places, 1 Kings 4. 26. He had his horses from Egypt, 1 Kings 10. 28. although the Lord had forbidden the king of the Hebrews to multiply horses, a7id that in order to prevent the Israelites having commerce with the Egyptians, lest they should be infected with their idolatry, and tlietr other wickednesses, Deut. 1". 16.

Horses consecrated to the Sun. Jk 2 Kings 23. 11. i< is said, that Josiah took away the horses which the kings of Judah, his predecessors, had given to the sun. It is known, that the sun was worshipped over all the east, and that the horse, the swiftest of tame beasts, was cmisecrated to this deity, who was represented as riding in a chariot drawn by the most beautiful and s-wiftest horses in the world, and performing every day his journey from east to west, in order to communi- cate his light to mankind.

Sotne are of opinion, that these horses were .sacri- ficed to the sun: Others, that every morning they were put to the chariots dedicated to the sun, whereof there is mention made in the same passage, and that the king, or some of his officers, got up and rode to meet the sun »). its rising, as far as front the eastern gate of the temple to the suburbs of Jerusalem. Xenophon testifies that both these were the customs of the Persians and Armenians : He describes a solemn sacrifice of horses, which was made with ceremony to the sun : they were all of the finest, and were led with a white chariot, crowned, and consecrated to the same god. Lastly, others are of opiniim, that these horses were ^ wood, stone, or metal, erected in the temple in tumour of the sun.

Gen. 49. 17. an adder in pat"h that bifeth the A. heels

£«(/. 15.21. the A. and rider hath he thrown into sea

Judg. 5. 22. then were A. hoofs broken by prancing

1 Kings 10. 29. a A. for 150 shekels, 2 Chron. 1 . I7. 20.20. Benhadad king escaped on A. with horsemen 25. number an annv like the army lost, A. lor A.

Esth. 6. 8. let the h. the king rideth on be brought

9. let this A. be delivered to one of fhe princes

10. take the apparel anri A. as thou hast said

11. then took Ilaman the apparel and the A. Job .39. 18. she scorneth the h. and his rider

19. hast thou given h. strength ? hast thou clothed

Psal. .32. 9. be ye not as the A. or as the mule 33. 17. an A. is a vain thing for safety 76. 6. the chariot ant! A. are cast info a dead sleep 147. 10. he delighteth not in fhe strength of the A.

Prov. 21. 31. the A. is prepared against day of battle 20. 3. a whip for the A. a rod for the tool's back

J.ta. 43. 17. which bringeth forth the chariot and A. 63. 13. that led them thro' the deep, as a ^

Jer. 8. 6. as the fi. rusbeth into the Dattle

HOR

Jer. 51. 21. with thee will I break in pieces A. Amos 2. 15. nor shall he that rideth A. cleliver hims. y.ech. 1. 8. and behold, a man riding upon a red A.

9. 10. antl 1 will cut off the A. from Jerusalem

10. 3. hath made them as his goodly A. in battle 12. 4. 1 will smite every A, witJi blindness

14. 15. so shall be the plague of the A. of the mule Hev. 6.2. and 1 saw and behold white A. 19. 11. 4. a red A. || 5. a black A. || 8. behold, a pale A. 14. 20. and blood came even to the A. bridles 19. 19. to make war against him that sat on fhe A. 21. slain with the sword of him that sat ou tlie A. ■lORSEBACK. 2 Kings 9. 18. there went one on A. to meet Jehu

19. then he sent out a second on A. which came Eith. 6. 9. and bring him on A. through the city

11. Haman brought him on A. through the city

8. 10. and Mordecai sent letters by posts on A.

HOKSE-GATE. 2 CAr. 23. 15. when she w as come to entering of h.-g, Neh. 3. 28. from above the h.-g. repaired the priests Jer. 31. 40. the fields to the comer of the h. gate

HORSES. Gen. 47. 17. Joseph gave bread in exchange for A. Exod. 9. 3. the hand of fhe Lord is upon the A. Deut. 17. 16. but he shall not multiply A. to him- self, to the end that he should multiply A,

1 Kings 4. 28. barley also and straw for the A. 10. 25. they brought A. and mules, 2 Chron. 9. 24. 28. Sol. had A. out of Egypt, 2 CAr. 1. 16, 17. | 9. 28.

18. 5. may find grass to save the A. and mules alive

22. 4. and my A. are as thy A. 2 Kings 3. 7.

2 Kings 2. 11. there appeared A. of fire, and parted 5. 9. Naaman canje with his A. and his chariot

7. 7- they left their A. and tied for their lite 10. but A. tied || 13. some take five of the A.

9. 33. Jezebel's blood was sprinkled on the A. 14. 20. brought Amaziah on h. 2 Chron. 25. 28. 18. 23. 1 will deliver thee 2000 A. Isa. 36. 8.

23. 11 Josiah took away the A. given to tlie sun Eira2.66. their A. were 736, AfA. 7. 68.

Eccl. 10. 7. 1 have seen servants on A. and princes Isa. 2. 7. their land is also full of A. and chariots 5. 28. their A. hoofs shall be counted like Hint 30. 16. but ye said, no, for we will Hee upon A. 31. 1. and stay on A. and trust in chariots 3. and their A. are flesh, and not spirit Jer. 4. 13. his A. are swifter than eagles

5. 8. they were as fed A. in the morning

6. 23. they ride on A. set in array as men for war 8. 16. the snoiting of his A. was heard from Dan

12. 5. then how canst thou contend with A. ?

46. 4. harness the h. and get up, ye horsemen

47. 3. noise of the stamping of the hoofs of his A.

50. 42. and they shall ride upon A. put in array

51. 27. cause the A. to come up its caterpillars Ezek. 17. 13. that they mightgive him A. and people

23. 6. young men, horsemen riding on A. 12.

20. and whose issue is like the issue of A.

23. ienowne

26. 10. beciuse of the abundance of his A.

27. 14. Togarmah traded in thy fairs with A.

38. 4. 1 will bring thee forth, and all thy army , A. Hos. 1. 7. 1 will not save them by battle nor A.

14. 3. Ashur shall not save, we will not ride on A. Joel 2. 4. as the appearance of A. and horsemen Amos 4. 10. and I have taken away your A.

6. 12. shall A. run upon the rock '. will one plow ? Mic. 5. 10. that 1 will cut off thy A. out of thee Hab. 1.8. their h. also are swifter than fhe leopards

3. 8. that thou didst ride on thy A. and chariots 15. thou didst walk through the sea with thy A.

Hag. 2. 22. 1 will overthrow the A. and riders Zech. 1.8. and behind him there were red A. 6, 2. in first chariot red h. in the second black h.

3. in third white A. in fourth chariot bay A.

6. the black A. go forth into the north country

10. 5. the riders on A. shall be confounded

14. 20. on bells of A. Holiness to the Lobd Jam. 3. 3. behold, we put bits in the A. mouths liev. 9. 7. tlie locusts were like A. prepared to baffle

17. 1 saw the A. the heads of A. as heads of lions 18. 13. no man biiyefh the merchandise of A.

19. 14. the armies followed him upon white h.

18. that ye may eat fhe flesh of kings and A.

See Chariots.

HORSELEECH.

Prov. 30. 15. tlie A. hath tw o daughters, trying, give

HOR.SEMAN. 2 Kings 9. 17. Joram said, take an A. send to meet A'aA. 3. 3. A. lifteth up the bright sword and spear

HORSEMEN. »

Gen. 50. 9. there went with Joseph chariots and A. Exod. 14. 0. the A. of Pharaoh pursued after them 17. 1 will get me honour on Pharaoh and his A. 15. 19. Pharaoh and A. went into sea. Josh. 24. 6.

1 Sam. 8. 1 1 . he will take your sons to be his A.

13. 5. the Philist. gathered 6000 A. against Israel .

2 Sam. 1. 6. lo, the A. followed hard after him

8. 4. and David took from Hadadezer 700 A. 10. 18. David slew 40,000 A. smote Shobach

1 Kings 1. 5. Adonijah prepared chariots and A.

4. 26. Solomon had 12,000 A. 10. 26.

9. 19. Solomon had cities of store for his chariots,

and cities for his h. 22. 2 CAr. 8. 6, 9.

20. 20. Benhadad escaped on an horse with his A.

2 Kings2. 12. the chariot of Isr. and the h. thereof 13. 7. nor did he leave to Jehoahaz but fifty A,

14. Joash said, O my father, the A. of Israel 18. 24. put thy trust in Egypt for chariots and A. 2 Chron. 12. 3. Shishak came up with 60,000 A. 16. 8. the Ethiopians a huge host wifli many A. Ezra 8. 22. was ashamed to ask soldiers A. to help AWi.2.9. now king had sent captains and A. with me Isa. 21. 7. he saw a chariot with a couple of A. 9, 22,7. fhe A. shall set themselves in array at the gate

28. 28. because he will not bruise it w ith his A. 31. 1. and trust in A. because they are very strong .36. 9. how wilt thou put thy trust on Egypt for A.

J^r. 4. 2J. whole city shall flee for the noise of the A. 46. 4, get up. ye A. and stand with your helmets £w*. S3. 6, ail of them A. riding on'horses, 12.

HOS

Ezei. L'6. "■ bring Nebuchadnezzar against Tvrus

with h. 10. tliy walls shall shake at the noise of the h. £7. 14. they of loaarmah trailed in fairs with It. ."!«. 4. Goi; I will brin;: thee forth, horses and h.

Dan. 11. 40. the king of the north shall come with h.

Hos. 1. 7. 1 will not save tliem bv horses, nor by h.

Joel'2. 4. appearance of hoi'ses. as /i. soshall they run

Jjai. J . 8. their h. shall spread themselves, and their A. shall come from far, sliall Hy as the eagle

yirts 03. C3. make ready A. threescore and ten 3'2. on morrow they left the A. to go « ith liini

liev. '.>. 16. the number of the arm> of /i. were HO.SANNA

Js an Hebrew Ti-nr,i, uliich ,t;V/K'>V,i-, Save T beseech you. It is a form of acclamalion, of blessing, or uishiiig one ut/l. Tims at our ■'ings on him. The u'ord is found i« Mat. il. y, 15. Mark 11. 9, 10. John l',\ 13. HOSEN.

iVn. 3.21. these men were bound in their /i. and hats HOSPlTALirV

Signifies love to strangers, expressed in entertaining and using them kindit/, Rom. 12. 13. It ha< al- ■uai/s been vers/ mueh in e.'teem among ei: i/i:ed people. The Scripture furnishes us :.■ ith several eramples of liospitali'\' e-Tercisedbp the piitriarehs. Abraham received three angels, and earnestly in- vited them, and served ihem himself; ;./i//t- Sarah his ait'e look care to make ready provisions for his irnesrs, tien. 18. 2, 3, cvc. Lot ivaittdat tlu city- gate to receive such guests as might come thither, Gen. 19. 1. 2, i^'c. iV. Paul makes use of AbvA- ham'snnd Lot's example lutncourage the faithful, and persuade them to the exeicite of hospitality, saying, that they :.ho haie practised it. haie had the honour of receiving angds under the form of men, Heb. 13.2.

3/11; apostles Peter and Paul, :vlio ahomided :vith the spirit of their Master, :vith gieat care recommend- ed hospitality to the faithful. I Pet. 4. y. L se hospitality one to another without i;rudginu'. And Ht. I'aul recommend' thit duty. pa,iieular!y to such as are overseers in the church I'fGod, 1 lim. 3. 2. Uur .'iaviour tells his apostle/. .Mat. 10. 40, 42. He that rcceiveth yon receiveth me: And •whosoever sliall give to drink mito one of these little ones, a cup of cold water only, he shall in no wise lose his reward. And in Mat. 25. 41. 43, 45. at the day of judgment lie uiil say to the u ickid, Ilepart from me, ye cursed, into everlasting tire ; 1 was a stranger, and ye took me not in. In as much as ye liid it not to one of the least of these, ye did it not to me.

Ihe primitive Christians made one principal part of their duty to consist in the frtTiiii; ()f hospitality ; tttidtliey Tcere m exact in the discharge of it that the very heathens admired them for it. 'They -.ere Iwspitable to all strangers, hut chiefly to thfse that r^'ere of the same faith and communion, liel levers scarce ever i.eiit -uithout letters of communion, which testified the purily of their faith ; this teas siijficitnt to procure them recepli' ii in all those places where the name 1/ .lesus Christ r. «i /.-no-.:n.

Jtom. 12.13. (lisfributing, given to h. 1 Tim. 3. 2.

Tit. 1. 8. but a lover of h. a lover of ;;ood men

1 Pet. 4. y. use h. one to another w ithout grudgin?

Hosr.

Lttke 10. 1^5. he took two pence, and gave them to /;. iiWi. 10.23. Gaius mine /(.and of church saluteth you

HOSi'. Gen. 2. 1. the earth was finished, and all /;. of them 21. 22. Phichol the chief captain of his h. ,32. 32. 2. .lacobsaw them, he said, this is God's ';. i>iirf. 14. 4. 1 will be honoured on all his /;. 17. 24. [xird looked to h. of Egyptians thro' pillar of fire and of cloud, and troubled t|ie h. ot Ei;y pt. Cii. the watfis covered all the h. of Pharaoh' 10. 13. in morning the dew lay round about the h. A«7n. 2. 4. and his h. and those that were numbered of them, (1, 8, 11, 13, 15, ly, 21, 23.

4. 3. all that entered into the h. to do the work 10. 14. over the h. of .ludah il 15. the /;. of Issadiar

16. over/i.of Zebulun II 18. Reuben " 10. sjnieon 31. 14. Moses was wroth with the otticcrs of tlie h. 48. the oHicers of the h. came near to Moses Dent. 2. 14. die men of war were wasted from the h.

15. to destroy them from among /i. till consumed 23. 9. when tlie A. goeth forth against enemies

Josh. 1.11. pass thro' the /;. and command the peo. 3. 2. after tliree days tlie officers went thro' the h.

5. 14. as captain ot the /;. ot the Lord am 1 come 18. 0. and tame asain to Ichua to the li. atShiloh

Judg. 4. 2. the captain of wliose A. was Msera

16. and all the h. of Sisera fell on the sword

7. 8. the h. of Mirlian was beneath in the valley 9. God said, arise, ^'et thee down unto the h. 10. 13. H cake of bread tuinlded into the h. of Midian 21. and all the h. ran, and cried, and fled

8. 11. (Jideon went uiiaiid smote the A. the A. sec. 12. Gideon pursued and discomfited all the h.

ISam. 11. 11. Saul cameinio the h. in the morning 14. 15. there was tremhlini; in the h. in the field 1'.). the noise of the A. went on and increased 50. the captainof Saul's h. was .Ahiier son of "Ner 17.20. Hav. came as the A. was goini; forth to fight SJa. 5. when Saul saw the h. of the Philistines

19. I/l. shall

19. 13. if thou he not captain of A. in room of .loab

20. 23. .loab was over all the A. 1 Chron. 18. 15. 23. 16. tliese three brake thro' the A. 1 (Jhr. 11. 18

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1 Kings 2. 32. .Abner the son of Xer cftpt. of the A.

o'f Isr. and Ama^a captain of the A. of Judah .35. the kiiii; nut Lenaiah o\ei' the A. 4. 4. 16. 16. Israel made t)mri captain of the A. king

20. 1. Benhadad ^'athered alt his A. together

22. 34. turn thv hand and carrv me out of the A.

2 Kings 3. 9. there was no water "for the A. and cattle 4. 13. wonhlest be siioken for to the capt. ot the A. /

6. 14. tlierel'ore sent he horses and L'reat A. to Dothan 24. 15enliailad gathered his A. and went up

7. 4. come and let us fall unto the A. of the Syrians 6. Lord made the A. to hear the noise of a uieat A.

9. 5. behold the captains of the A. were sitting 18. 17. Sennacherib sent a great A. against .lerus. 25. 1. Nebuchadnezzar came and his h. airainst .lerusalem

19. the principal scribe of the A. .Ter. 52. 25.

1 Chron. 9. 19. their fathers over the h. of the Lord 12. 22. till it was a ^reat A. like the A. of (iod 27. 3. was the chief or all the captains of the A.

2 Chron. 14. 9. against them Zerah came with an h. 16. 7- not relied, theretore the h. of Syria escapc(l

8. were not the Ethiopians and l.ubims a huu'e h, .' 18. 33. turn tiiv hand and canv me out of the A. 24. 24. the Ed.'delivered a ;;reat A. into their hand 2t">. 11. I'zziah had an h. of finhtim.' men for WHr e;;. 9. Oded went out before the h. and said, behold

P'. 27. 3. thoui;h an h. slioold encamp a-ainst me 33. 6. all h. of thi in ii'.ade by breath of thy mouth 16. no kiiiL' is saved liy tin.- multitude of an h. 1:>6. 15. but overthrew Pharaoli and h. in Red sea

ha. 13. 4. 1 ord of host? mustereth the A. of battle 24. 21. Lord sliall punish the A. of the lii:;h ones 40. 26. that briimeth out their A. by nimiher 45. 12. and all tluir A. have I commanded

Jer. 51. 3. spare not. destroy ye uttei ly all her A.

K:ek. 1.24. the voi^e of speecli, as the noise of an A.

Dan. 8. 10. and it cast down some of the A,

11. he magnilied himself to the })rince of the A.

12. an h. was given him a:,'ainst the dailv sacrifice

13. to siive the A. to he trodden under foot Chad. 20. the captivity of this h. shall possess that Luke 2. 13. multitude of the heavenly A. praising G.

See I i K V v F. N . IlDSlAfiES. 2 Kinns-iA. 14. .Tehoash look all the gold and silver and A. and returned to Samaria, 2 Chr. 25.24. HOS IS. Gen. 32. + 2. he called the name of that place, two A. I.iod. 12. 41. the A. of I.oid went out of I'cypt Josh. 10. 5. the kings of Canaan and all their A. 11.4. .luda. 8. ]il. Zeba and Zalmunna with their A. 1 KiuQS 15. 20. Lenbailad sent the ca|itains of the A. Psal. 103. 21. bless ve the Lord, ail ve Ids A. 108. 11. wilt not thou, O God, go fort'i with h.? 148. 2. praise ye him, all his am;els, all his A. Jer. 3. 19. a goodly heritage of the A. of nations See God. Lord. HOI\ Eiod. 16. 21. when the sun waxed A. it melted Lev. 13. 24. any tlesh, whereof there is a h. biirnini Dent. 9. 19. 1 was afraid of augerand A. displeasure 19.6. lest the avenger iJursne, while his heart is A. Josh. 9. 12. this our bread we took A. tor provision Judg. 2. 14. an;;er of Ixird was A. aiain^t Israi 1. and he delivered to the spoilers, 20. | 3. 8. I 10. 7. 6. 30. Clideonsaid, let not tbineani;cr be A. ag. me 9. ^ .30. when Zabul heard Ciaal, his ansjer was A. 1 S„,n. 11. 9. b.\- the sun be A. ye shall have help

21 . 6. put A. bread in day when it w as taken away 1 Kings 3. + 26. for her bowels were A. upon her son .\eh. 7. 3. let not uates be opened till the sun be A. Joh 6. 17. w hen it is A. they are consumed

Psal. 6. 1. neither chasten in thy A. displeasure. 38. 1. 39. ,3. mv heart ^\as A. within me. while musing 78. 48. he gave their flocks to A. thunderbolts 85. + 3. hast turned thine ancrer from waxing' A.

/'nir.6.28. can one ironpon A, coals and not be burnt ?

y.zek. 24. 11. that the brass of it may be A. and burn

llan. 3. 22. because the furnace was exceeding A.

U"<. 7. 7. they are all A. as an oven, am! devoured

1 Tim. 4. 2. their conscience seared with a A. iron Uev. 3. 15. I know thy works, that thou art neither

cold nor A, I w'ouUl thou wert cold or A. 16.

See Wax. Verb.

HOILY.

Gen. 31, ,36. that thou hast so A. pursued after me

11(11 lEsl'.

2 Sam. II. 15. set Uriah in forelfont of the A. battle

lior(;ii.

Josh. 11. 6. the Lord said, thou shalt A. their horses IIGCGIIED.

Josh. II. Q. A. their horses, burnt chariots with fire

2 Sam. 8. 4. and Uavid A. all the chariot horses HOUR.

The ancient Hebrews did not divide the day by hours: The day :vas divided into four ports, morning, high day or noon, the Jirst evening, and the last inning; and the night :: as divided into three parts, night, midnight, and the morn- tng-;vatch. }oit nftenvards, -.then the .lews came to be under the liomans, they followed them in dividing the night into four parts, ichich they called watches, because they relieved their cen- tinels every three hours, 'thus in Mat. 14. 25. it is said, that in the fourth watch of the night, Jesus went to his dhsciples. walking on the sea ; that is, about three hours before the rising of the s-un.

In the books of the Xe:ii Testament rce see clearly the day divided iiilo tuclve etual hours, after the manner of the Greeks and Romans, Mat.

20. 1, 2, 3, &c. John 11. 9. These hours uere equal to each other, but unei^ital zi'ith respect to the different .teasons. The ticelve hours of the longest days in summer ivcre much /

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in the equina*; the sixth at all times to noon, ar.d

Dan. 4. 19. then Daniel was astonied for one A. Mat. 9. 22. woman was made w hole from that A. 15.28. her dauyhterniade whole from that very A. 17. 18. the child was cured trom that very A. 20. 3. he went out about the third A. and saw 5.al>out the sixth and ninth A. I 6. the eleventh A. 12. sa_\ ing. these last have wrou;;ht hut one A.

24. 36. that A. knoweth no man, 42. Mark 13. 32. 44. such an A. as ye think not, 50. Luke 12. 40, 46

25. 13. for ye know neither the day nor the A. £6. 40. could ye not watch one h.? Mark 14. ,37.

■15. the A. is at hand, the Son of man is betrayed

27. 45. from the sixth h. was darkness over the" land

to the ninth A. Mark 15. ,33. Luke 23. 44.

46. about the ninth A. Jesus cried, Mark 15. ,34.

Mark 13, 11. whatsoever shall be Ldvenyou in that A,

14. 35. that if possible the A. miuht pass from him

15. 25. it was tlie third A. and thev (rucitied him Luke 10. 21. in that A. Jes. rejoiced in spirit and said

12. 39. had known what A. the thief would come

22. 14. and when the A. was come, he sat down 53. but this is your A. and the power of darkness dJ. about the spaceof one A. after another atnrmed

Ji'hn 1. 3.1. abode that day, for it was about tenth A.

2. 4. .lesus saith, woman, mine A. is not vet come

4. 0. Jesus sat, it was about the sixth A. 19. 14. 21. woman, believe me, tiie A. conieth, 23

52. tl'.eii inquired he the A. when he beaan to amend, yesterday atseveiithA. the fever left him

5. 25. the A. is comim:, and now is, 28. 1 16. 32.

7. 31. because his A. was not vet come, 8. 20.

12. 23. the A. is come. Son shoidd be glorified, 17. 1 . 27. my soul is troubled, lather, save me irom this

A. for this cause came 1 to this A.

13. 1. when Jesus knew that his A. was come

16. 21. woman liatli sorrow, because her A. is come

19. 27. from that A. that disciple took her home -Ictso. 15. not drunken. Seeiiii; it is third A. of day

3. 1. at the A. of prayer beiii- the nintii A.

10. 3, he saw about the ninth A. an aiiiiel coming

9. Peter went up to prav al)out the sixth A, .30. four davs a:;o 1 was f.istint.' until this A.

23. 23. make readv at the thirdA. of the night

1 (.1^.4.11.10 tins present A. both humrer ami tidrst

8. 7. some with conscience of the idol unto this A. 15. ,50. and w hy stand we in Jeoiiardy every A. .'

Gal. 2. 5. to whom we f;ave ijlace.no not tor an A. ii':":-. 3. 3. not know what A. 1 will come upon thee

10. 1 will keep tliee Iron 1 the A. of temptation

8. 1. there was silence about the space ot half an A.

9. 15. which were prepared for an A. and a day

14. 7. feartjod. for the A. of his judgment is co'me

17. 12. but receive power as kiniis one A. with beast

18. 10. for in one A. is thy judiiment come

17. in one A. so sreat riihes is come to nought 19. that great citv in one A. is she made desolate

Same HOUR. Dan. 3. 6. the same h. be cast into the furnace, 15.

4. ,33. the same A. was the thing fulfilled on Nebuc.

5. 5. in the same A. came forth finders, and wrote Mat. 8. 13. his servant was healed the same A.

10. 19. it shall be given you the ,«■««((- A. Z,7(Xf 12.12.

26. 55. in the same A. said Jesus to the multitude Luke'. 21. that same A. cured many of their pla^jues

20. 19. scribes .?«me A. soueht to lay hands on him 24.,i3.1hcvroseui)the.iamc A. returned to Jerusal.

John 4. 53. "the father knew that it w as a; the same A. Acts 16. 18. and he caiYie out the same A. 33. lie took them same A, of the night and washed 22. 13. and the same h. 1 looked up upon him licv. 11. 13. \\\esaine h. was there a ^reat earthquake

HOURS. John 11. 9. are there not twelve A. in the dav ^ Acts i'). 7. wife came in about space of three h. after

19. 34. allcriod about two A. great is Diana of Eph.

HOUSE

Sipnifies, (1) A place to d::cll in. Gen. 19. 3. (2) 'J he household, or persons duelling in the house. Acts 10. 2. Cornelius teared God with all his house, ivith all hii family. So in Heh. 11. 7. .NiY/A prepared an ark to the savinsr of his house. x]nd in many other places. (3) Kindred, stock, or lineage, 2 Sam. 7. 18. \\ hat is mv house, that thon hast brought me hitherto: jind Luke 1. 27. Gabriel was sent to a virL:in espoused to Joseph, of the liouse of David, of the lineage or family of Havid. (41 Wealth, riches, or estates. Mat. 23. 14. Ye devour w id.ows' houses ; ye con'ume their estates. (,'•)) 'J he grave, or a sepulchre. Job .30. 23. I know that thou wilt briuL' me to the house appointed for all living. And Isa. 14. 18. I'.very one in his own house. (6) One's family affairs and concerns. 2 Kinas 20. 1. Set thine housi^ in order. (7) 'This frail, corrnpiihle, mor- tal body, -therein the soul lodges for a time. 2 Cor. 5. 1. If our earthly house of this taberna- cle were liissolved ; if our bodily frame if nature uere taltn to pieces by death. (8) 'J'he church amonii the Jews. lleb. 3. 2. IMoses was faith- ful in all his house. He ordered all things in the Jewish church according to the cominund of God.

Our Saviour, in John 14. 2. calls heaven liis Lather's house, in :vhich there are many man- sions, :. herein saints and blessed spirits shall d\ell uith God for ever in immortal glory. The church of God is called his house. 1 Tim. 3. i5. Ihat tluiii mayest know how to behave thyself in the house of (iod, which is the church of the livinLT CJoil : a people in and among Tchom he divcllrth. And in lleb. 3. 6. But Christ as a Son over his own house, wliose house are we. Ilelirvcrs are set apart from profane uses, and dedicated to the service of God ; among :vbom he n.nnifi 'IS his gracious prcence by his Spirit. 'J'he tabernacle is also called the house of (iod, Judg.

18, 31. as also the temple. 2 Chron. 5. 14. J'e'r- .wns arc said to join house to house, :vhen th'y natch all opportunities to oispossess others by any means uhalsoever, and to engross all to them-

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tehes, Isa. 5. 8. Woe unto them that join house to liouse. Egypt was the house of hondage ; here the peiple of Israel were in great bmidai/e and slavery, Deut. 5. 6. Cen. 19. 4. men of, Sodom compassed the /;. round

24. Ti. Ld. led me to the /i. of my master's brethren .'il. I have prepared the h. and room for camels

C8. 2. go to the /;. of Bethuel, thy mother's father 3y. 5. Lord blessed the Kgyptian's h. for Jostplj's

sake 45. 2. the Egyptians and the h. of Pharaoh heard Hiod. K.3. froiisshail come into the/i. of thy servants

12. 3. a lamb according to the h. of their fathers 30. was not an h. where there was not one dead 46. thou Shalt not carry of the tiesh out of the /(.

13. 3. remember day ve came out from Egypt, out

of the h. of bondage, 14. Dent. 5. 6. 1 6. 12.

90. 17. Shalt not covet neighbour's A. iJeut. 5. 21. J^ev. 14. ."SO. priest shall command they empty the h.

14. 38. priest sliall go out of the h. and shut up

45. he shaH break down the h. and mortar of h,

46. he that goeth into the h. shall be unclean 49. he shall take to cleanse the h. two birds

25. .30. A. sold ni walled city, not go out in jubilee iJum. .30. 10. and it she vowed in her husband's A. JJent. 7. 8. redeemed you out of the h. of Imndmen

8. 14. which brought you out of the land of Egypt, from the A. ot bondage, 13. 5, 10 Josh. 24. 17. Judtj. 6. 8. Jer. 34. 13. Mic. 6. 4.

25. 10. the A. ot him that hath his shoe loosed Jo.iA. 2. 15. for her A. was upon the town wall JuJg, 8. .35. nether shewed kind, to A. of .leruhbaal

9. 6. all the A. of Millo made Abimelech king

20. let file come from A. of Millo, and devour

10. 9. Ammon fought ag^ainst the A. of Epbraim 16. 26. that I may feel pdlars whereon A. standeth

27. the A. was full of men |130. A. fell on the lords 17- 5. Micah had an A. of gods, ma

18. 13. and they caine unto the A. of Mican

19. 18. there is no man that receiveth me to A. 22. the sons of Belial beset the A. round, 20. 5.

1 isam. 3. 14. therefore 1 have sworn unto A. of Eli 5. 2. they brought the ark into the A. of Dagon 7. 1. and brought the ark into the A. of Abinailab 9. 18. tell me, I pray thee, where the seer's A. is 25. 3. Jiabal was churlish, and of the A. of Caleb 28. the Ld. will certainly make my lord a sure A. S ^o/«.3.1. long war betw. A. of Saul and A. of David 8. do shew kmdness to the A. of Saul thy father 29. let there not fail from the A. of .loab one

4. 5. came to A. of Ishboshelh, who lay on bed at

5. 8. the lame and blind shall not come into the A. 6. 11. the L

brought the ark from his A. 12. 1 Chron. 13. 14.

7. 0. 1 have not dwelt in anv A. 1 Chron. 17. 5.

11. Lord telleth thee, he will make thee an A. 29. to bless the A. of thy servant, 1 C'Aron. 17. 27.

9. 1. is there any that is left of the A. of Saul i

12. 8. and 1 gave thee thy master's A. and wives

13. 7. go now to tliy brothei- Amnon's A. and diess 10; 5. came a man of the family of the A. of Saul

1 Kings 2. 24. who made me an A. as he promised 27. which he spake concerning the A. of Eli

6. 22. and the whole h. he overlaid with gold 9. 25 he burnt incense, so Solomon finished the h.

11. 18. they came to Pharaoh, who gave him an A. 12. 31. .leroboam made an A. of his high places

14. 10. 1 will bring an evil on the h. of .lerob. 14. 15. 29. Baasha smote all the A. of .leroboam

16. 11. Zimri slew all the A. of Baasha, he left none 17- 15. she, and he, and her A. did cat many days

21. 22. 1 will make thy A. like the A. of .leroboam

2 Kings 8. 3. to cry to the king for her .'1. and land

18. as did the A. of Ahab, 27. 2 Chron. 21.6. I 22. 4.

9. 8. tor the whole A. of Ahab shall perish

10. 3. look out the best, fight for your master's A.

21. A. of liaal was full from one end to another 27. and they made the A. of Baal a draught A.

12. 12. for all that was laid out for A. to repair it

SO. 13. Ilezekiah shewed them A. of his precious

things, all the A. of his armour, Isa. 39. 2.

23. 27. A. ot which I said, my name shall he there

25. 9. every great man's A. he burnt with fire

1 CAr. 2. 54. sons of Salma ; Ataroth the A. of Joab

26. 15. and to his sons, the A. of Asuppim

£ CAr. 7. 1. glory of L. filled the A. i.'ic/t. 43. 4, 5.

12. chosen this place to myself for A. of sacrifice

22. 9. so the A. of Ahaziah had no power to keep 35. 21. but against the A. wherewith 1 have war

Eira 5. 8. that we went to the A. of the great God

6. 3. let the A. he builded, the place where offered jSieh. 2. 8. and for the A. which I shall enter into tlsth. 2. 3. gather all the virgins to the A. of women

8. 1. kmg did give tlie A. of Uaman to Esther, 7. Joh 1. 13. drinknig wine in eldest brother's A. 18.

19. a wind came and smote the corners of tlie A.

20. 19. hath taken away a A. which he builded not

21. 28. for ye say, where is the A. of the prince ? .30. 23. and to the A. appointed for all living

.3ii. 20. thou shouldest know paths to the A. thereof 39. 6. whose A. 1 have made the wilderness

Ps.'M.I. my rock be for a A . of defen

Vrov. 2. 18. her A. inclineth to death, paths to dead 7. 8. the young man went the way to her A. Jl. loud and stubborn, her feet abhle not in her A. 27. her A. is the way to hell, going to death 9. 1. wisdom hath builded her A. hath hewn pillars 12.7. but the A. of the righteous shall stanci 14. 11. the A. of the wicked shall be ovei thrown 15. 25. the Lord will destroy the A. of the proud 17. 1. than an A. full ol^ sacrifices with strife 19. 14. A. and riches are the inheritance of fathers

21.9. is better to dwell in corner of A. top, 25. 24. 12. righteous wisely considereth the A. of w icked

24. 3. thro' wisdom is an A. built and established 25. 17. withdraw thy foot from thy neighbour's A.

27. 10. nor go into biother's A. in day of calamity Eccl. 7. 2. to goto A. of mourning, than A. of frastms

10. 18. thro' idleu. of hamis the A. droppeth thro' 12. 3. when the keepers of the h. shall tremble

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Cant. 1. 17. the beams of our A. are cedar, and raft. 2.4. brought me to the banqueting A. his baimer 3. 4. till 1 had brought him into my mother's A.

8. 2. 1 would bring thee into my mother's A. Isa. 5. 8. woe to them that join A. to A. field to field

6. 4. and the A. was filled with smoke

14. 17. that opened not the A. of his prisoners

23. 1. so tliat there is no A. 1| 24. 10. every A. shut 31. 2. he will arise against the A. of evil doers 00. 7. and 1 will glorify the A. of my glory

64. 11. our holy and beautiful A. is burnetf up Jer. 16. 5. enter not into the /;. of mourning 8. thou shalt not go into A. of feasting with them

21. 11. touching the A. of the king of .ludah, 22. 1.

35.2. go to the A. of the Hechabites and speak

37. 20. not to return to A. of .lonathan, .38. 26. Ezek. 2. 5. for they are a rebellious A. yet shall know

a prophet been among them, 3. 9, 26, 27. 1 12. 3. 8. be not thou rebellious like that rebellious A.

9. 7. he said to them, defile the A. go ye forth 12. 2. thou dwellest in the midst of a rebellious A.

25. in your days, O rebellious A. will 1 say

17. 12. say now to the rebellious A. know ye not 24. 3. and utter a parable to the rebellious A.

43. 11. if ashamed, shew them the form of the A.

12. this is the law of A. on the top of mountain 45. 20. so shall ye reconcile the A.

Van. 1. 2. which he carried to the A. of his god lios. 1.4. avenae blood of .lezreelonthe A. of Jehu yJmo.tl.4. 1 will send a fire into the A. of llazael 5. that holdeth the sceptre from the A. of Eden

3. 15. 1 will smite the winter A. with summer A.

5. 19. or went into A. and leaned his hand on wall 6. 11. he will smite the great A. and the little A.

7. 9. I wi.l rise against A. of Jeroboam with sword 16. drop not thy word against the A. of Isaac

Ohad. 18. the A. of lisau shall be for stubble Mic. 3. 12. Jerus. become heaps, and the mountain of the A. shall be as high places of the forest 4. 2. let us go up to the A. ot the God of Jacob

6. 16. all the works of the A. of Ahab are kept A'aA. 1. 14. out of the A. of thy gods will 1 cut off Zech. 5. 4. it shall enter into the A. of the thief, into

the A. of him that sweareth falsely by my name

12. 12. the family of the A. of Isathan apart Mat. 7. 25. and beat upon that A. 27. Lvke 6. 48.

10. 12. and when ye come into an A. salute it

13. if A. be worthy, letyour peace come, LukelO.S. 12. 25. every A. divided against itself, Mark 3. 25.

29. how enter into a strong man's A. Mark^. 27. 20. 11. murmured against the good man of the A.

23. .38. your A. is left to you desolate, l.vke 13. 25. 24. 43. if the good man of the A. had known in what

watch the thief would come, Luke 12. 39. Mark 3. 25. a A. divided agst. itself, that A. cannot 10. 29. that hath left A. or brethren for my sake 14. 14. Master saith, where is the guest-chamber? say ye to the good man of the A. LiikeQ2. 11. Luke 10. 7. in that A. remain, go not from A. to A. .38. named Martha, received him into her A. 15. 8. doth not light candle and sweep A. and seek John 12. 3. A. was filled with the odour of ointment Acts 2. 2. a sound from heaven filled all the A. 46. breaking bread from A. to A. did eat their 5. 42. in every A. ceased not to teach and preach J.

10. 6. Simon a tanner, whose A. is by the sea-side

11. 12. and we entered into the man s A.

12. 12. he came to the A. of Mary, mother of John 17.5. but the Jews assaulted the A. of Jason

18. 7. whose A. joined hard to the synagogue 19. 16. they fled out of that A. naked and wounded 20. 20. 1 taught you publicly, and from A. to A. 21. 8. entered into the A. of Philip the evangelist Horn. 16. 5. greet the church in their A. 1 Cor. 16. 19.

1 Cor. 1.11. by them which are of the A. of Chloe 16. 15. ye know the A. of Stephanas the first-fruits

2 Cor. 5. 1. if earthly A. be dissolveil, we have an A. 2. desiring to be clothed upon with A. from heaven

1 7'™.5.13.wandering about from A. to A.and tattlers

14. that the younger women guide the A.

2 'iim. 1. 16. Lord give mercy to A. of Onesiphorus

2.20. in a great A. there are vessels of gold and

[silver He6. 3. 3. he who built the A. more honour than A. 4. for every A. is built by some man, he that built 0. whose A. are we, if we hold fast the confidence 2 John 10. receive him not into your A. nor bid hiin See Aaron, Born, Build or Built, Chief, David, Door, Dwell.

HOUSE joined with father. Gen, 12. 1. Lord said, get thee from thy father's A.

20.13. when God caused to wander from father's h.

24. 7- God, which took me from my father's A. ,38. thou shalt go to my f.'s A. and take a wife 40. shalt take a wife for my son of my father's A.

31.14. is there any portion tor us in our father's h. ?

38. 11. remain a widow at thy father's A. till She-

lah be grown, Tamar went and dwelt in her fatlier's A. 41. 51. God hath made me forget my father's A. 46. 31 . my brethren -And father's A. are come to me 50. 22. Joseph dwelt in Egypt, he and his/.'.f A. Kxod. 12. 3. a lamb, according to A. of their /a/Aerj /.ctJ. 22. 13. if she is returned to her father's h. A'«m.l.2. take sura of Israel by A. of their /«rAer.f, with number of their names, 18, 20, 22, 24. 4. there sliall be a man of every tribe, every one heiul of the A. of \\a fathers. 44. Jush. £2. 14. 45. that were numbered by the A. of \he\v fatliers 2. 2. every man pitch with ensian of their /.'j A. 3. 15. number of the children of Levi after the A. of Vi\e\r fathers, by their families 20. 1 4. 46. 4. 38. G ershon |1 42. Merari after A. of their fathers 17. 2. according to A. of their/.',! twelve rods, 3. 18. 1. thou and f.'s A. bear iniquity of sanctuary 30. 3. woman vow a vow, being in ner father's A. 16, 34. 14. Iteuben, Gad, according to the A. of their/. Vent. 22.21. to play the whore in her father's h. Josh. 2. 12. ye will shew kindness to my father's h. Judp. 6. 15. and 1 am the least in my father's A. 9. 18. and je are risen up against my father's h. 11. 2. thou shalt uot inherit iu ourfalhei's A,

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Judg. 14. 15. lest we bum thee and thy f.'s h. with fire

16. 31. all (he A. <>(h\i father came and buried him 19. 2. ids concubine went to his^o^Aer'^ A.

3. and she broughthim into her father'sh.

1 Sam. 2. 27. did 1 plainly appear to A. oi thy father 30. 1 said the A. of thy/, should walk before me

9. 20. is it not on thee, and on all thy father's A. .'

17. £5. king will make his father's A. fiee in Israel

18. 2. let hiiTi go no more home to hisfather's A. 22. 11. the king sent to call all his father's A.

16. thou and all tliy father's h. shall die 24. 21. wilt not destroy my name out of father's h.

2 Sam. 3. 29. let it rest on .loab and all liis/.'i A. 14. 9. the iniquity beonme, and on my father'sh.

19. 28. all of my father's A. were but dead men 24. 17. let thy hand, 1 pray thee, be against me and

against my father's A. 1 Chron, 21. 17. 1 Kingsl. 31. take innocent blood from me ami/. A. 18. 18. thou AwX father's h, have troubled Israel

1 Chron. 2. .55. Hemath/iKAer of the A. of Itechab

4. .38. the A. of their /ijMen- increased greatly

5. 15. Alti son of Abdiel, son of Guni, chief of the

house of the\r father's A. 24. 1 7. 2, 7, 9, 40. 7. 4. with them after iheh.oi fathers \tere bands

9. 9. chief in the //. of the\r fathers, 13. 12. .30. 12. 28. of Zadok, hiifath.'s h. twenty-two captains

28. 4. God chose ine before the A. of my father

2 Chron.Ul. 13. slain thy brethren of thy /a/Aer'j A. Lara 2. 59. could not shew theirfather's A. Neh. 1. 6.

10. 16. chief of the A. of their /«fAer examined A'eA. 1. 6. both 1 and my father's h. have sinned Ilsth. 4. 14. thou and thy father's A. shall be destroy. Psal. 45. 10. forget thy people and thy father's h. Isa. 3. 6. take hold of his brother of A. othis father

7. 17. bring on thy /.'j A. days that have not come 22. 23. shall be for glorious throne to hisfather's A.

24. hang on him all the glory of hisfather's h. Jer, 12. 6. the A. of thy father dealt treacherously Luke 16. 27. I praj' thee, send himtomy father's h. John 2. 16. make not my lather's h. an house of

merchandise 14. 2. in my Father's A. are many mansions Acts 7.20. Moses was nourished in his father'sh.

HOUSE of God. Gen. 28. 17. this is none other but the A. of God

22. and this stone which 1 setshall be God's h. Josh. 9. 23. from being drawers of water for A. ofG. Jiidg. 18. 31. all the time A. of God was in Shiloh

20. 18. Israel arose and went up to the A. if God

26. all the people came unto the A. of God, 21. 2. 3). high-way of which one goefh up to A. (/ God

1 Chr. 9. 11. Azariah ruler ot A. ofG. JS'eh. 11 . II.

24. 5. the governors of A. i/G. weresonsofEleazar

2 Chr. 5. 14. glory of the Uird filled the A. of God 22. 12. he was with them hid in A. of G. six years 24. 13. and they set the A. of God in his state

33. 7. M anassen set a carved image in the A. of God .36. 19. they burnt the A. o/Gorf and brake the wall Esra 5. 8. we went to the A. of the great God

15. let the A. of God be builded in his place, 6. 7. 7. 20. what more shall be needful for the A. of God.'

23. let it be done for the A. of the Gorf of heaven Neh. 6. 10. let us meet in A. of God in the temple

13. 11. then 1 said, why istheA. o/ Gcrf forsaken ? Psa/. 42. 4. I went with them to the A. of God, 55. 14. 52. 8. I am like a green olive-tree in the A. of God

84. 10. 1 had rather be door keeper in A. of God I'ccl.5. 1. keep thy footwhcnthou goest to A. c/G. Isa. 2. 3. come, let us go up to the A. ofG. Mic. 4. 2. Uos. 9. 8. the prophet is hated in the A. of God Joel 1. 13. drink-offering withholden from A. of God

16. joy and gladness cut off from the A. of God Zech. 7.2. when they had sent to h.ofG, men to pray Mat 12.4. how he entered into the A. of God, and

did eat the shew-bread, Mark 2. 26. Luke 6. 4.

1 Tim. 3. 15. how to behave thyself in the h. of God

Ileh. 10. 21. having an High-Priestoverthe A.»/G.

1 Pet. 4. 17. judgment must begin at the A. of G. His IlOU-Slf.

Gen. 12. 17. the Lord plagued Phaiaoh and his h, 17. 27. iill the men of his A. were circumcised 39. 4. and he made him overseer over Aw A. 5. 45. 8. hath made me lord of all his h. Acts't. 10,

Lev. 16. 6. and make an atonement for his h. 11. 27. 14. and when a man shall sanctify AijA. 15. if he that sanctified it will redeem his A.

Tsum. 22. 18. if Balak would give me Ai.i- A. full of sil- ver and gold, 1 cannotgobcyond wordof L. 24. 13.

Deut. 20. 5. let him go and return to Aij- A. 6, 7, 8.

24. 1. then let him send her out of his A.

10. thou shalt not go into his A. to fetch his pledge Judg. 8. 27. which tiling became a snare to his A.

9. 16. if dealt well with Jcruhbaal and hish. 19.

1 Sam. 3. 12. which I have spoken concerning A(> A. 13. I told, that 1 will judge his h. for ever

7. 17. his return was to It amah, for there wasAiV A.

25. 1. Israel buried Samuel in his h. at Kamah

2 Sam. 6. 19. the people departed every one to Aw A. 21. which chose me before thy father and Aii A.

7. 1. it came to pass, when the king sat in his A.

25. hast spoken concerning A«j A. 1 Chron. 17-23.

11. 9. but Uriah wentnot down to his A. 10, 13.

27. David fetched her to his A. became his wife

19. 11. why last to bring the king back to his h.? 21. 1. it is for Saul and Ai.t bloody A.becauseheslew

4. have no silver nor gold of Saul, nor of his A.

1 hings^.S^.on his h. there .shall be peace from lord 7. 1. Solomon was building, and finished all his A.

12. 24. return every man to hish. for thing is from me, 22. 17. 1 Chr. 16. 43. 2 CAr. 11. 4. 1 18. 16.

13. 19. dhi eat bread in his A. and drank water 16. 7. came the sword against Baasha and Ai> A. 20. 43. king of Israel went to Aii- A. heavy, 2L 4.

2 Kings 0. 32. IJlisha sat in his A. and elders with him 20. 1.3. nothing in hish. Ilezekiah shewed not

1 CAro«. 7. 23. because it went evil with his A.

10. 6. .Saul, his sons, and all hish. died together 13. 14. the ark remained in hish. three months

2 CAr. 24. 16. had done good toward God and Am A. Ezra 6. 1 1. let his A. be made a dunghill for this Neh. 3. 28. every one repaired over-against his A.

5. 13. so God shake out every man from his h.

HOU

Kefi. ". S. and every one'to be over-againsf fiis It. Job 1. ID. bust nottluHi niatle an lieiliie itbout /niA. /

7. 10. lie bliall return no nuirt to his it.

8. 1,5. he shall lean on hit h. it shall not stand Co. Ca. the increase ot his h. shall t!ei)art

CI. ei. lor \i hat pleasure hath he in hi.i h. alter himr

C7. 1». he biiiiaeth ins li. as a moth, as a h-jotli >'j.//. 4t). 16. when the L'lory or" /ii> h. is inrrrased

loo. '-'1. he made him Lord oi Ins h. and ruler

11'-'. ;>. Meallhaod riein-^jhall be in Ai' /;. yrox. o. .'il . yive the 5ii''Stanve or' his It. Cant. [i. 7.

17. I.'?, evil sl-.all not ilei)art tro;n /(/« /(. Jer. C;5, .■)!. I vill even punish that man and /j/f h. S\Jic. ','. ','. so they oppress a man and iii- h. Hiih. 'J. O, coven-th an evil covetoiisness to li:s It. Ztch. 5. 4. it shall remain m the miist ot lis It. Mat. 1'.'. Ci.l. tlien he will spoil his h. Mark .S. e7.

24. 17. to take anv thina out ot/;;* h. Mark l.j. 15. 4.!. not have sutVered his h. to be broken u]) Lvke H. 41. besouyht that he would come int.. hish.

Ui. 14. this man went down to his h. ju>tj;i..l John 4. 5.>. and himself believed and /;;.' v. i; -le h. jlfts 10. C. one that reared (ioii, widi all lis ':. CC. was warned to sen.l for thee into /;/• I.

11. 13. sliewed how he had seen an anL;el in his h.

1(). 3','. they spake to him and to all in '.■>■ h. 34. when the jailer brouirht them into /.;.. h. \\v re- joiced, believing in (iod with all .•,;.,/;. i,:. D. CoL 4. l.i. salute the churc.'i which is in Ins h. lie/,. :J. •.'. Moses was taithfulin all hish. ,5.

11.7. Noah prepared an ark for the saving vf his h. UOLSE of Jacob. Cell. AC. C7. all the souls or /;. or' Jacob were seventy J.coil. I'.l. .-i. tluis shalt thou sav to the /;. oi Jacob J'sal. 114.1. h. of J. from people of strange hmmr'L;.- Jsa. C. 5. O h. of Jacob, let us walk in lit,'ht of I old

6. thou hast forsaken thv [leople. the A. of Jaion if. 17. l.oni that hideih his face from /;. if Jacob

1 JO. o,) such as are escaped of the h. of Jacob It. Land they shall cleave to the h.'of Jac,>b

t''.'. '■'-'. thus saith tlie Loi"d concerniui; h. rf Jacob 4i>. ,'i. hearken unto me, O h. of Jacob and Israel 4!!. 1. hear ye this, O h. of Jacob, which are called 5ii. 1. spare not, shew the h. of Jacoh their sins

Jer. C. 4. hear the wo.d of theT.ord, O h. of Jacob .5. '.'0. declare this in the h. cf Jacob, publish it

i.;--/. CO. ,'). I lifted up mv Hand to the /;. of Jacob

Suites .'i. l.S. h.ear ve. and festi.v in the /;. oi Jacob o. V,. 1 will not litterly destroythe h. if Jacob

Obail. 17. the /;. ifjaci b silall possess pOSoCSsions li'.. /;. ■! Jacob ihall he a tire

Mic. ','. 7- (> thou that art named tee /;. of Jacob :i. ". he.ir this. 1 prav, ve heads ot t!ie /;. ,f Jacob

J-iik,: 1, .iii. he shall rei-n overtlie /;. cf Jacob lit)', --r. ,f Joseph.

Gen. ■\:\. 17. lie brought t!:e men into .lose: b's h.

Josh. m. .'i. the b.of Joseph shall abifle in their coast

Jaily. I. '.'.,'. the b.'of .losc/ih went up aiiainst litlhei '.'.-J. th.e b. if Josei'h sent to descry I'ethel .'15. yet the'hand of the /;. of Joseph prevailed

2 >iam. p.). 'JO. am come first of all the /;. of Jo.cph 1 Kiiips n.'JH. ruler over the charije of h. if Jo cph jlmos 5. 6. h-st he break out like tire in /;. of ./.:scph (•''■ad. 1!;. and the /;. ofJo>.ph shall be a ti.luic Zecli. 10, ti. and I will save tlie /;. of Joseph

IKtrsE of Iirael. Lev. 10. f). let /;. of Israel bewail the burnimr 17. 3. what man soever there be of the A. .'/ Israel that killeth an ox or lamb, 8. Ifi. I '--'. iii. Xiin}. CO. C'.i. all the h. of I\rael mourned for .^a.run 1 .•>;/;//. 7. C. the .'<. ,f Israel lamented atierthe Lord £ Sia:. 1 . IC. thev moui ned i.>r the /;. 1 i Isra, I 6. r>. all t!ie /;. of Israel plave.l betore'the Lord

15. Da\ id an.l the h. of Israel brom;ht up the ark 1':. 8. I cave thee the h. of 1-rael and .ludah Hi. 3. to-iiav sliall h. of Yj.rt,/ restore the kingdom 1 Aioff.teo. .31. kiiiiisof /(...>■ /jr. are merciful kiuL's Psal. '.18. 3. remembered his truth toward /;. of Israel 115. v:. he will bless us, he will bless h. rf Israel 135. 1<.». bless ve the Lord, (.1 /;. of Isr. bless Lord Isa. 5. 7. the vinevard of tlie Lord is the /;. of Israel 14. C. tlie h. if Israel shall p,-.ssess them in the land 4li. 3. the remnant of the /;. of Israel, hearken to ine ti3. 7. the yreat L-oodness toward tlie h. of Israel Jer. C. 4. heal-, all the families of t!ie /,. of inael CO. as a thief, so is the /;. , ,' Israel ash.'nned .3. 18. theboiiseof .hulah shall walk with h.,f T r. CO, you ilealt tieacheronsl v, () h. of Israel.' :i. U.

7. the /;. ;'/ Isr. w ill not hearken 10 me, forall the

/(. of Israel are impudent and hard-hearted 17. 1 made thee a watchman U^h.if Israel, -.y, 7

4. 3. this shall bi' a si.-nto the h. of Israel

4. and lay the iiiiijuitv of die h. of Israel upon it

5. thou shalt hear the initpiitv of the /; ,./' Israel

5. 4. a lire shall come toith into the /;. of Israel t). II. the evil „b.,lldnations of the //. ,./■ Israel, v.. f, a. 10. all the idels of th.- /;. of Israel ai'e pourtra ved

11. seventy men of the ancients of /;. i./' Israeli PJ. 9.9. tlie Hii'quity of the /;. cf Israel is exceeoiiu;

1). 5. thus have ve saiil.O h. of Israel, for 1 know 15. and all liie'h.iif Israel KhoUy are thev

]C. fl. bath not the It. of Israel said, C7. I 18l C). CI. nor any more divinati.ui within the/;, of Israel

13. 5. nor made up th.e liedue tor the /;. ;■/' Israel >•. written in the writinu' of the /;. of Israel

14. 4. every one of /;. ,/ 7. that settetli up idols, 7, ) 1 . that the /;. ;./ Israel may ^ro no more astrav

lU. 6. iwr lilt his eyes lo the idols of /(. ;;'' Isr. 15.

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E:ik. IR. C5. hear, O h.ofLr. isnotmy way equal f .30. tiierefore 1 will iudte vou. ()/;. of Israel 31. for whv will ve die. O h. of Israel'.^ 33. 11. Co. 13. but the /(. of Israel rebelled a<;ainst me 3'.'. as for you, O //. ./ Isr. fro ye, serve ye every one his idols, if ve wdll'not hearken to ine 40. there shall all the /;. <>./' 7.w-«,/ serve me 44. accordini; to vour corrupt doing's, O /;. ;'/' ijr. CC. 18. th,e /;. i'(' Israel is to me become dross C!'.. C4. no more a prickinir briar to the /;. of Israel '.■5. wlien 1 shall have ;;atliered the A. of 'Israel C>.'. tl. have been a >taft of a reed to the A. ;/ Israel Iti. shall he no moie the conhdence of A. of Israel CI. 1 V ill cause tiie horn of the A. of Israi'l to bud 3). .30. that thtv. even tl;e A. of Isr. are mv people :>(■/. 10. and 1 will multiply all the A. of Israel 17. when the A. of Israel dwelt in their own land CI. my holy name which the A, e/ijrnc/ profaned CC. I do not this for your sakes, O A. ;/ Israel 3,'. be ashamed for vour wavs, O A. of Israel 37. I will for this be" inquired of bv the A. of Isr. 37. 11. these bones are the whole h.'of hraei li't. write on it. for the A. of Israel his companions 3.1. IC. seven months shall A. of hrai I be hurvin;: CC. the h. if i,-r;;(7 shall know that 1 am the Lord C.i. that the /;. cf Israel went into captivity Co. 1 will have mercy on the whole A. of 'Israel CO. I have poured out my .Spirit on the h. of Isr. 40. 4. declare all that thou seest to the A.

43. 10. son of man, shew the house to A. of Israel

44. 6. say to the rebellious, even to tiie A. ;/ Israel IC. and caused the A. of Isr. to fall into I'niquity CC. shall take mai.lens of th.e seed of the A. of Isr.

45. ti. p.ossession shall be for the w hole A. of Israel 8. the rest of the land shall tliey give to A. ./ hr. 17. to make reconciliation for the A. (/ Israel

Il's. 1. 4, cause to cease the kinsdom of A. of Isr, f'l. I will no more have mercy on the A. of 'Israel

5. 1. and hearken, ve A. ./ hraet, and y.'\\e ear

(i. 10. have seen an horrible thini; in A. 1/ Israel

II. IC. A. of Isr. compasseth me about witli deceit . \)i!0' 5. 3. the city shall leave ten to the A. ;)/ Iir. 4. saith the Lord to the A. ;/ Israel, seek >e me '.'5. have ye otl'eied saci'itices 40 years, ( ) A. 1/ /.-■. .'

0. 1. chief of nations, to whom the A. of Isr. came 14. 1 will raise asainst you a nation. O A. of Isr.

7. 10. hath conspired against thee in the A. of Isr.

'.''. 0. I will sift the A. of Israel amon;; all nations -1//;-. 1. 5. for the sins of the /;. of Israel is all this

3. 1. hear, ye princes of the A. ./ Israel, 0. /reh, 8. 13. that as ve were a corse, C) A. of Isr. Mat. \0. 6. i;o to lost sheep of the A. of Israel, 15. C4. -lets C. So. let all the A. of Israel know asjuredlv

7. 4C. O A, of Israel, have ye otlered to me beasts - Ihb.ii.U. make a new covenant with /i. of hr. 10.

110U.se ofjuclah. C Sam. C. 4. the men of .ludah came and anointed David king o\ er A. of Judah, ~, 11. 1 CAr. t8. 4. IC. 8. 1 eave thee the A. of Judah and of Israel 1 Ki»i/s IC. CI. he assembled all the A. of Jvdah C3. speak to all the A. of Jadali and reiijandn C hiitys 10. 3.,). the remnant that is escaped of the h. of Judah i\v.\\\ take root, and bear fruit, La., 37. 31. C ' Ar. l'.>. 11. /ehadiah tlie ruler of the h. of Jndah Seh. 4. 16. the rulers were behind the A. of Judah ha. CC. CI. he sliall be a father to the h. of Judah Jer. 3. 18. A. of .ludah sliall walk with bou'se of Ur. 5. II. the A. of Judah hath dealt treacherously

II. 10. the h. I f .ludah hath broken my covenant 17. for evil of the A. of Judah that they haved. ne

IC. 14. I will pluck h.of Judab from anions thetn

13. 11. I caesed to cleave to me the A. of Judah SI. C7. I will sow the A. cf Judah with seed of man

31 . 1 will make a new covenant with A. of Jvdah "''. I I. jierform that t;ood I promised to A. of Judah ::(>. 3. it may be A. of .ludah will hear all the e\ il i -.ck. 4. 6. bear the iniquity of A. of Jndah ti.irtv days

8. 17. is it a lifiht thiiiL; to the h'. of Judah .' ' \i. '.h t!ie iniquity of the A. of Judah is ureal

Co. 3. .-Xinmonites said, aha, aiiainst the A. if Jud. 8. th.e A. of Jvdah is like to all tlie headieii le. I'.dom hath dealt aeainst the A. of Ju'ah lios. 1.7. but 1 will have inercv upon the A. 1' Jud. 5. IC. 1 will be to the A. of Judah as rottenihss

14. 1 will be as a vouns lion to the A. of Judah '/■ey.h. C. 7 . roast shall be for remnant of It. of Judah Zech. ii. 13. as ye were a curse, () h. cf Jv'dah

15. I have thou;;ht to do well to the A. of .ludah PI, th- fast sliall be to h.of Jvd-Ji iov aiid'ula.ine.ss

III. 3. lor the Lord hath viMied the A. of Judah ;'.. aii.i 1 will strcm^then tlie h.ifjita'ah

IC 4. 1 will .ipen mine eyes unto the /;. . f Judib Ihb.\UA. 1 will make new covenant with a:, /./.■,;/..-A

hiufs 1IOI',-m:.

C ».■;,>;. 1 I.e. Pa^id walked r.ii roof of the .'ii.-y'o h.

8. and I'riah departed i utof the kiw/s h.

15. :).->. what thou .-.llalt hear out of ihe ling's h.

1 Kiuiii '). 1. when Solomon had fmishcd the//;;;;', /;,

14. C6. he took away the treasure of the /;';;;.;'., A.

15. 18. C Kinps 16. a. C CAr. IC, 0. I C5. CI.

l(i. 18. /imri burnt Ihe kitui's It. over him uith lire C Kiuiis 7. 11. thev tohl it to the kiua's h. within

C5. 0. he burnt the kir.n's h. Jer. 311. 8. 1 ."iC. 1.3. CCAr. C3. 5. a third jiart sliall beat the /;/;;;', A.

'-'6. CI. .lothain his son was over Ihe /;«;,;',. A.

'.'8. CI. took awav a portion out of the A. of the kimi Vera 6. 4. let expellees be iriven out of th.e /;;;;/.> A. hsth. C. 11. irave lier seven mai. iens out of /;•;;;■.- A.

4. 13. think not tliou shtilt escape in the kiua's h. o. 1. for .Moriletai was irreat in th.e kiui/'s h.

lies. 5. 1. and jrive ve ear, O A. of the /•.

I Hi I SK of he:i. Fxod. C. 1. and there went a man of the A. cf I e-i .Vh;;;. 17. 8. rod of .Aaron for A. of let i was iiuddcd /'.-;;/. 135. 'JO. bless the 1 <.rd. ()"A. if I.e-.i Zeeh. IC. 13. the family of the A. of Lj: i apart

ht the IIUISK. Gelt. C7. 15. she took raiment of Esaii that were i;i A. .34. CO. thev spoiled even all that was jh the h. S9. 5. the blessin:^ ofthe Ixird was on all i;; the A. H. my master wotteth not w hat is w ith me in the A. 45. 16. the tame Uieieot was heard in Tliaraoli's A.

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Eicd. IC. 4C. in one A. shall the pafjover be eaten Lev. U. .34. 1 put the plauue of leprosy in a h. 35.

43. it plaL'Ue come a^'ain and break out iti the A.

41. behold, if the j>laf!ue he spread i;; the h.

47. he that lieth. that eateth ;.•; the h. shall wash

48. beholil.the plague hath not soreaii tn the h. Josh. C. 19. whoso w i'tli thee i;; the h. his blood on us

0. 17. Kahab live, all that are with her m the h. Judii. 17. 4. and they were tn the h. of .Micah, IC. hvthl. 0. niav find rest, each (;; A. ( f her luishaiid

C. 7. until now, that she tairie.i a littl,- in the h. 1 Ham. 'J8. CI. the woman h.ad a fat calf tn the h.

31. 0. sent to puhli-h it /;; the A. of their idols

10. they put his armour in the A. of .Ashtaroth 1 yi';);.!7.f 3. 17. I and this woman dwell ;/; one h. and 1 was delivered of a child with her intheh.

0. 7. there was not any tool of iron heard /;; the A.

14. 13. is found some j-'ood ;;; the A. of .leroboam 16. 9. drinking himself drunk in the h. of Arza

C Kings 4. C. fell me what hast th.ou in the A. .' thine

handmai.t hath not any thins in the A.

.35. he returned, and walked ;';; tiie It. to and I'ro

5. 18. leaneth on my hand, bow in A. of Kimmon . C4. he took th.em, "and bestowed them in the h.

19. .37. worshipping in It. of Nisroch, 7.;;. 37. ,3!;.

CI. 7- .''lanasseh set a 'sravfii ii',a!;e in tie It. C CAr. .36. 17. slew vouns men ;;; lAt' A. of sanctiia. I'-'-ra 1.7. and liad "put them i.-i tl-.e A. of his sous

6. 1. search was made iit ihe It. of the rolls where ' hsth. 7. 8. will he foi'ce the t;ut en also in the h. ?

9. behold, the sallows standelh in A. of Ilaman I'sal. t>!. H 6. (iod setteth the solitary (/; a A. 119. 54. been n:y s.iiiss in the h. of my i)ilgriniai:e I'rov. 3. 33. curse of Lord is ;;; t',e A. of the wicked

5. 10. thy laf.ours be m the h. of a stranser

7. 11. she is loud, her feet abide not inXvtv It.

15. 6. in the h. of the rishteous is much treasure heel. 7. \. the heart of the wise is (.'; A. of mouiir-

ins ; but tiie heart of fo'. Is is iti the It. of ir.irt'i Isa. 44. 13. maketh idol that it may I'einain in th: h Jer. 7. 30. set their abominations ;';; the h. 3'.'. 31.

34. 15. ye made a covenant herore me (';; the h.

.37. 15. put him in tlo h. of .li.nathan the scribe Amos fi. 9. if there remain ten nun ;;; one A. Mte. 1. 10. in the h. of .Aph.rah ndl thyself in dust

6. 10. treasures of wickedness ;'; the A. of vic:;e-.l 'Zeeh. 13- 6. 1 v. as wounded in the A. of irv fi iemis Mat. 5. 15. siveth lisht mto all that are it't tie h. Mark C. 1. ami it was nois' d that he was m the k.

9. 33. beins ;/; the h. he asked them what v. as it

10. 10. in the h. his disciples askeil of the matter 14. 3. being in Bethany, ;/; //;r A. of Simon tlie leper

laike?,. Tl . nor abode /,•; aiu A. but in th.e tomb.-. J.iAi; 8. ."5. t!ie sei-vant ahi.leth ni,; /•; the A. II.CU. >iarth~, met Idni, Marv .^at still inthe h. -let 'J. 11. inquire;;; the A. ..r ,ludas for . ne .-~,iiil 10. 3C. Pet.r is lodue.l ;;■ thi h. of minion a tanner

llOr.Ni , ..-diud with /.,.,■,'.

Eicd. C3. 19. the lirst-triiirs thou shalt brin? into

the A. of ih.e 7i,r;,', 31, C6. .\eh. 10. .35.

Pent. C3. 18. not brim; jiriceot a dos into A. of 7.;/.

Josh. 6. C4. put into the treasury of A. of the 7.tir;/

Jvd;/. 19. U!. 1 am now goius to the A. of the 7,;.ri/

1 Sam. 1. 7. when she " ent up to the A. of the lorii

C4. Hannah broushthim unt.. tl;eA. of the 7,e;'rt'.

C h'iu',~- IC.'l. 9. 13, I CC. i. C r/;-,.;..3L 14.

C Sam. IC. Ci. then Tid\'h\ came into A. of the /,;;'.

1 hini/s 3. 1. made an end of buddii:;,' the A. of 7,.

ti. 37. was the foundation "f the A. of the Lord

laid.. C CAr,.,';. 8. 16. lira 3. 11. /<-;v;. ;:. 9.

7. 40. the work he made tor the A. of the Lord,

45. 51. C ( A;v,-. 4. 16. I 5. 1. I CI. 11.

8. 10. that the cloud tilled the A. of th;' lord. II.

C CAi-,;;. 5. 13. I 7. C. /:;/'. 44.4.

63. so Tsi-Hcl dedicated the /;. of the hod

10. 5. he Went up unto the A. ot 7,ii,v/, C CA;-. o. 4.

C Kings 11. 3. he wsis hi 1 iiitbe A. of Lord fix vt-ars

4. he took an oath of then in the A. ( f the 'Ltird

15. let her not be slain in A. of /,. C ( 'hr. C3. 14. in. appointed otb.. ers over A. cf / . C (Ar. C3. 18. 19. thev brousht from the A. of the /,..;■;/, C3. 6.

IC. 1.1. toun.l in A. of the /,. 14.14.1 16, ih I It:'. 15. 1 1 . ha. I the oversisht of tlie A. of the /, r,'

16. trespass money waji rot brousht into A. of L.

16. 18. the kiiis's eidrw tm-ne;i he tVom A. of l.d. C l\ini,'j Co. 5. tiiird da\ sh.-.U so up unio h. of /,.■,-;;

8. uliat sisn I,

15. th"ev came lo clears- the A. o: the Lord 33. 15. .Nianasseh took the idol onto! h.ot htrd 3). 15. I U.un.l the bo;,k of the law in A. of Lord 06. 14. the pri.sts polluted the A. of the /.,;;;/ / :rrt 7. '.'7. to beautify A. of the / . ;;/ in .lerusaleni /',.,;/. C3. 6. I Milldv,ell ill the A. of the /,,;,.;More' er '7.4. that 1 may dwell in the A.of /,..,r,;all mv lite oc. 13. those th.d be pl.iiiteil in the A. of the /,. rd il6. I". 1 will pav mv \i.ws in courts ot Lord's h. 118 Cii. V, e have blesse.l von outlet the A. of 7.errf p .' 1. when ihev said, b t us so into /;. of the /. .1 hecau.se of the A. of lord 1 will seek thv tcod l:;t. I. ve that stand in the A. of the lord, i;S5. C. Isa. C. 'C. mountain of the Loufs A. be established in the top of the mountains, Mic. 4. 1. 37. 14. ITezekiah wi'iit up unto the A. of the Lord Jer. 17. C6. sacrifices of [iraise lotlie A. of the LorJ CO. 1. Pashiir was governor in the A, of the 7.i'rrf C. tlie hish sate,' wliich was by A. of the Lord

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Jer. C6. 2. which come to woi-ship in the lord's h. 7. speaking these words in the n. of the Lord 28. 1. Hananiah spake to me in the h. of the Lord

:>. the people that stood in the /i. of the J^rd C'.l. 26. ye should be olhcers in the A. of the Lord 3.'). 2. bring the Uechabites into the /i. of the Lord 36.5. 1 am shut up, I cannot go into A. of Lord

6. read in the Lord's k. upon the fasting-day 38. 14. the third entry that is in the h. of the Lord 41. 5. to t)ring them to the h. of the Lord

51. 51. are come into the sanctuaries of Lord's It. Xam.2.7. they havemarieanoiseinthe/i.oftheZyiirrf Hag. 1. 2. the time that the Lord's h. should be built Hee Court, Dook, Gatjj, Trea!>urj£s, Ves- sels. _

TiUne, or r»y HOUSE. Gen. 15. 2. the steward of my h. is this Eliezer .'i. and lo, one born in -my h. is mine heir 34. .30. and I shall be destroyed, 1 and my h. 41. 40. thou shalt be over 7ny li. and according. to Is'nm. 12. 7. Moses not so, who is faith, in all m«ne h. JJeitt. 26. 13. the hallowed things out of mi7ie h. Josh. 24. 15. as for me and my h. we will serve Lord Judg. 11. 31 . cometh forth of the doors of my h. 19.23. seeing this man come into m. h. do not thus 1 fiam. 20. 15. not cut off thy kindness from my h. 21. 15. shall this fellow come into my h. ? ^Ham.T. 18. who am I, and what iS7«y h. that thou hast brought me hitherto ? 1 Chron. 17. 16. 11. 11. shall 1 then go into mine h. to eat and drink .' 23. 5. tho' my h. be not so with Go

1 Chron. \~. 14. 1 will settle him in mineh. forever Job 17. 13. if 1 wait, thet;raveis»ei>ie/i. Ihave made Fsal. 101. 2. 1 will walk m my h. with a perfect heart

1.32.3. I will notcomeintothe tabernacleof r«y A. Prov.i.6. atthe windowof mif A. 1 looked through Jsa. 3. 7. in my h. is neither bread nor clothing

56. 5. unto them will I give in mine h, a name

7. I will make them joyful in my h. of prayer, mine h. shall be called an h. of prayer for all people, Mat. 21. 13. Mark 11. 17. Luke 19. 46.

Jer. 11. 15. what hath my beloved todoinmiHf A. .'

12. 7. 1 have forsaken mine h. 1 left mine heritage

23. 11. in my A. have I found their wickedness 'Ezek. 8. 1. as 1 sat in mine h. and elders before me

23. 39. thus have the.v done in midst oimine h.

44. 7. in my sanctuary to pollute it, even my h. Van. 4. 4. 1 N ebuchadnezzar was at rest in mine h. ilos. 9. 15. I will drive them out of mine A. Hag. 1. 9. why f because of mine A. that is waste i^«cA.3. 7. then thou shalt also judge my h.'Ani keep

9. 8. 1 will encamp about mine A. for the army Mai. 3. 10. that there may be meat in mine A. Mat. 12. 44. 1 will return into my h. Lvke 11. 24. Luke 9. 61. let me bid them farewell at viy A.

14. 2.'i. compel them, that my A. may be filled Acts 10. 30. at the ninth hour I prayed in my h.

IG. 15. saying, come into my h. and abide there

Oku house. Gen. 14. 14. armed liis servants born in his ovn h,

3i). 30. when shall I provide formine ownh. also Veut. 22. 2. thou shaft bring it unto thine own A. Josh. 20. 6. sliall return and come unto his own h. Judg. 8. 29. Jerubbaal went and dwelt in his own A.

2 •■>«»!. 4. 11. slain a righteous person in his own h.

12. 11. raise evil against thee out of thy own A.

14. 24. let him turn to his own A. and not see my

face, so Absalom returned to his own A. 1 9. .30. the king is come again in peace to his oien A. 1 Kings 2. 34. Joab buried in his own A. in wildern. .3. 1. he had made an end of building his own A. 7. 1. Solomon was building his own A. 13 years

14. 12. arise therefore, get thee into thine owii A.

S Kings Qi. 18. Manasseh slept with his fathers, was buried in the garden of his own A. 2 C/iron. 33. 20. 23. slew the kini; in his own h. 2 Chron. 33. 24. £ Chr.'. 11. came in his heart to make in hiso./7j A. 8. 1. at the end of twenty years, wherein Solomon hail built the house ot the l-Ord and his own A. Esth. 1. 22. every man shou Id bear rule in his own h. frov. 11. 29. he that tioubleth his own h. shall

15. 27. that is greedy of gain troubletli his 07cn A. J.va. 14. 18. lie in glory, every one in his own A. il'iV. 7- 6. a man's enemies are the men of his own A. Hag. 1 . 9. and ye run every man unto his own h. Mat. 13. 57. .lesus said to them, a prophet is not

without honour, save in his 0W7i A. Mark 6. 4, Luke 1. 23. he departed to his ow7t, A. 5. £5. 56. and Mary returned to her own A. 5. 29. Levi made him a great feast in his otm. h. ti. 39. return to thy 0. h. and shew how greatthings John'i. 53. and every man went unto his ownh. Acts 08. 30. Paul dwelt two years in his own A. 1 Tim. 3. 4. a bishop, one that ruleth well his own h. 5. for if a man know not how to rule his oati A. 5. 8. and especially for those of his own h. ileb. 3. 6. but Christ as a Son over his own A,

This HOUSK. Gen. 39. 9. there is none greater in this A. than T. 40. 14. think on nie, and bring me out of this A.

1 KingsO. 12. concerning Mi.f A. thou art building

8. 27. how much less this A. that 1 have builded 29. eyes be opene

38. and spread forth his hands towards this A.

9. 3. 1 have hallowed this A. 2 CAron. 7. 16, 20. 8. at this A. every one shall hiss, 2 Chron. 7. 21.

2 Kings 2\.T.t. A. which 1 have chosen, 2 CAr. .33. 7. 2 Chron. £0.9. if when evil cometh upon us we stand

before this h. for thy name is in this A. F.tra 3. 12, the foundation of this h. was laid before 5. 12. Nebuchadnezzar who destroyed this A. 6. 15, this h. was finished on tliird day of Adar 242

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Jer, 7. 10. and come and stand before me in this h.

1 1 . is this A. become a den of robbers in your eyes

14. therefore will 1 do to this h. as to Shiloh

22.4. tlien shall there enter in by the ^atesof t. A. 5. that this h. shall become a desolation

£6. 6. then will 1 make this A. like >>iiiloh 9. saying, this A. shall be like Shiloh

12. the Cord sent me to prophesy against this A. JLiff. 1. 4. to dwell in houses, and this A. lie waste.'

2. 3. who is left that saw this A. in her first glory .' 7. 1 will hll this A. with glory, saith the Ix)rd 9. the glory of this latter A. greater than former Zech. 4. 9. Zerubb. laid the foundation of this A. Lvke 10. 5. ye enter, first say, peace be to this A. 19. 9. Jesus said, this day is salv. come to this h.

Thi7ie,0T thyWOVSV.. Gen. J. 1. come thou and all thy h. into the ark 31. 41. thus have 1 been twenty years in thy h. J'.rod. 8. 3. frogs shall go up and come into thi7ie A. Num. 18. 11. every one that is clean in thy h. 13. Vent. 6. 7. talk when thou sittest in thi/te A. 11 . 19.

9. shalt write them on the posts of thyh. 11. 20.

7. 26. nor slialt bring an abomination into thi/ie A.

15. 16. because he loveth thee and Mi«e A.

21. 12. then thou shalt bring her home to thi/ie A.

13. shall remain in thi7ie A. and bewail her father 22. 8. that thou bring not blood upon thi7ieh.

2.'). 14. shalt not have in thi7ie A. divers measures 26. 11. good thing God given to thee and /Ain« A.

Joih. 2. 3. bring men which are entered into /Ai«e A. 19. whosoever shall go out of the doors of thy A.

Judg. 12. T. we will biirn thine A. on thee with fire

19. 22 bring forth the man that came into /Ai'ne A. Ii7ith 4. 11. make woman that is come into thi7ie A.

12. and let thy A. be like the house of Pharez

1 ^a//i. 2. 30. that thy A. should walk before me 31. there shall not be an old man in thi/ie A.

.33. the incr. of thiti£ A. shall die in flower of age .36. every one in thine h. shall crouch to him 22. 14. as David, who is honourable in thine h.

25. 6. peace be to th/7te A. and to all thou hast .35. David said to her, go u p in peace to thi7ie A.

2 i>am. 7. 16. thine A. shall be established for ever

11. 8. go down to thy A. and wash thy feet

10. why then didst not thou go down to thine h. ?

12. 10. the sword shall never depart from thi7te h. 14. 8. the king said, go to /Aj«« A. 1 Kings 1. 53.

1 Kings 13. 8. if thou wilt give me half thine h.

18. bring him back with thee into thi7ie A.

16. 3. make thy A. like the h. of .leroboam, 21. 22.

20. 6. my servants, they shall search thi7ie A.

2 Kings2Ci. 1. set thine A. in order, Isa. 38. 1. 15. what have they seen in thi7ie A. ? Isa. 39. 4. 17. all in thine A. shall be carried, Isa. 39. 6.

Ps. 5. 7- 1 will come to t. A. in multit. of thy mercy

26. 8. I have loved the habitation of thy A.

36. 8. they shall be satisfied with fatness of thy A. ."JO. 9. 1 will take no bullock out of thy A. 6."). 4. we shall be satisfied with goodness of thy h. 66. 13. 1 will go mto thy A. with burnt offerings 69. 9- zeal of timieh. hath eaten me up, J(>A«2. 17.

93. 5. holiness becometh thijie A. O Lord, for ever 128. 3. wife shall be as a fruitful vine by sides of

thi7ie A. 7!ta. 58.7- bring the poor that are cast out to thy A. Jer. ,38. 17. go forth, thou shalt live, and thine h. Ezek. 3."24. Spirit said, shut thyself within thine A.

44. .30. may cause the blessing to rest in thi7ie A. llnh. 2. 10. thou hast consulted shame to thy A. Mat. 9. 6. arise, go to t. A. Mark 2. 1 1 . Ljike 5. 24.

'.'6. 18. I will keep the passover at thy A. Lvke 7. 44. I entered t. A. thou gavest me no water

19. 5. come down, for to-day 1 must abide at thy h. /lets 11. 14. thou and all thy A. shall be saved, 16. 31. Philem. 2. to the church in thy A. grace to you See Tops. HOUSES. Gen. 42. 19. go, carry com for the famine of your A. Eiod. 1. 21. inidwives feared God, he made them A.

6. 14. these be the heads ot their fathers' A.

8. 9. to destroy the frogs from thee and thv A. 11.

13. and the frogs died out of the A. and the fields 21. 1 will send swarms of flies into thy A. 24.

9. 20. he made his servants and cattle flee into the A.

10. 6. the locusts shall fill thy A. and the A. of all

thy servants, and the A. of all the Egyptians 12. 7. strike it on the upper door-posts of the A. 13. blood be for a token upon the A. where you are 15. ye shall put away leaven out of your A.

19. there shall be no leaven found in your A. 23. not suffer the destroyer to come in to your A. 27. who passed over and delivered our A. in F^ypt

iep. 25.31. theA.of villairesbecounted as the fields

.32. the A. of the cities of their possession, .33. Num. 4. 22. sum of Gershon thro' A. their fathers, 40.

16. .32. the earth swallowed them up and their A. ,

17- 6. for each prince, according to their fathers' A.

32. 18. we will not return unto our A. till Israel Devt. 6. 11. to give thee A. full of all good things

8. 12. when hast built goodly A. and dwelt therein

19. 1. dwellest in their cities and A. Neh. 9. 25. Josh. 9. 12. we took hot provision out of our A. ' Judg. 18. 14. do ye know that there is in these A. .'

22. the men that were in the A. near to Micah's

1 Kings 13. 32. he cried against the h. of high places

20. 6. they shall search the A. of thy servants

2 Kings I7. 29. put them in the A. of the high places .32. which sacrificed in the A. of the high places

23. 7. he brake down the A. of the Sodondtes 19. the A. of the high places Josiah took away 2,5. 9. he burnt all the A. of .lerusalem, Jer. 52. 13.

1 Chron. 15. 1. David make A. in the city of David £8. 11. David gave to Solom. the pattern of tlie A. 29. 4. to overlay tlie walls of the A. withal

2 Chron. 34. 11. to buy timber to floor the A.

.35. 4. and prepare yourselves by A. of your fathers Neh. 4. 14. fight for your wives and your A. 5.3. some said, we have mortgaged our lands and A.

11. restore to them their vineyards and A.

7. 4. butthe peopleare few, and A. not builded 10. 34. we cast lots after the A. of our fathers

Job 1. 4. his sons went and feasted in their A.

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Job 3. 15. with princes, who filled their A. with silvcf 4. 19. much less in them that dwell in A. of clay 15. 28. he dwellethinA. which no man inhahiteth

21. 9. tlieir A.are safe fromfear, nor is therodofG.

22. 18. yet he filled their A. with good things

24. 16. in the dark they dig through A. which they Psal. 49. 11. that their A. shall continue for ever

83. 12. let us take the A. of God in possession Prov. 1. 13. we shall fill our A. with spoil

30. 26. yet make they their A. in the rocks

Keel. 2. 4. I builded me A. I planted mc vineyards Jiff. 3. 14. the spoil of the poor is in your A.

5. 9. of a truth, many A. shall be desolate, 6. 11. 8. 14. for a rock of offence to both the A. of Israel

13. 16. their A. be sjioiled, their wives ravished 21. their A. shall be full of doleful creatures

22. the wild beasts shall cry in their desolate A.

15. 3. on the tops of their A. every one shall howl 22. 10. ye have numbered the A. of .lerusalem, and

file A. have ye broken down to fortify the wall .32. 13. yea, upon all theA.of joy in thejoyouscity 65. 21. they shall buihl A. and inhabit them Jer. 5. 7- and assembled by troops in the harlot's A. 27. as cage is full of birds", are their A. full of dec.

6. 12. and their A. shall he turned unto otiiers

18. 22. let a cry be heard from their A.

19. 13. the A. of .lerusalem and the A. of the kings of.Tudah shall be defiled as the place.of Xopliet

29. 5. build ye A. and dwell in them, 28.

32. 15. A. and fields shall be possessed in this land 29. A. on whose roofs they offered incense to Baal

33. 4. concerning A. of tliis city, and A. of kings 39. 8. they burnt the A. of the people with tire 43.12. 1 will kindleafireinA. of gods of Egypt, 13.

La/n. 5. 2. our A. are turned to aliens, we are orphans Ezek. 7. 24. the heathen shall possess their A.

11. 3. which say, it is not near, let us build A.

16. 41. they shall burn thine A. with fire, 23.47.

26. 12. and they shall destroy thy pleasant A. £8. 26. they shall build A. and plant vineyards 33. 30. talking against thee in the doors of the A. 45. 4. the holy portion shall be a place for their A.

Dan. 2. 5. and your A. shall be made a dunghill 3. 29. and their A. shall be made a dunghill ' Hos. 11. 11. 1 will place them in their A. saith I>ord Joell. 9. they shall climb up upon the A. shall enter Amos 3. 15. will sinite winter and sunmier-house, A. of ivory shall perish, great A. shall have an end Mic. 1. 14. the A. of Achzib shall be a lie to kings 2. 2. and they covet A. and take them away 9. the women ye cast out from their pleasant A. Zeph. 1. 9. which fill their master's A. with violence 13. their A. shall become a desolation, they shall build A. but not inhabit them, plant vineyards 2. 7. in the A. of Ashkelon shall they lie down Hag. 1. 4. is titne for you to dwell in yo. ceiled A..' 2«<-A. 14.2. A. shall be rifled,and the worn, ravished Mat. 11. 8. they that wear softcloth.are in kings' A.

19. 29. every one that hath forsaken A. or wife

23. 14. dev. widows' A. Mark 12. 40. Lvke 20. 47. Mark?,. 3. if send them away fiasting to their own A. lAike 16. 4. that they may receive hie into their A. Acts 4. 34. as many as were possessors of A. sold

1 Cor. 11. 22. have ye not A. to eat and drink in ?

1 Tim. 3. 12. deacons ruling their own A. well

2 'Tim. 3. 6. of this sort are they which creep into A, Tit. ] 11. who subvert whole A. teaching things

HOUSEHOLD, or HOUSEHOLD.S. Gen. 18. 19. he will command his A. after him 35. 2. Jarob said to his A. put away strange gods 42. .33. take food for the famine of your A. begone 45. 11. lest thou and thy A. come to poverty 18. take your father and your A. and come to me 47. 12. .loseph nourished his father's A. with bread 24. four parts shall be for food for your A. Fiiod. 1. 1. every man and his A. came with Jacob

12. 4. if the A. be too little for the lamb

I^ev. 16. 17. till he have made an atonem. for his A. A'!im.l8.31. ye shall eat it in every place .andyourA. Ee7a. 6. 22. the Lord shewed wonders upon all his A. 11.6. the earth swallowed them and their A.

14. 26. thou shalt rejoice, thou and thy A.

15. 20. thou shalt eat it before L. thou and thy A. Josh. 2. 18. bring all thy father's A. home to tliee

6. 25. saved Kahab, her father's A. and all she bad 7. 14. and the family shall come by A. 18. and he brought his A. man by man J7tdg. 6. 27. so it was, l)ec. he feared his father's A.

18. 25. thou lose thy life, with the lives ot thy A.

1 Sam. 25. 17. evil is determined against his A.

27. 3. every man with his A. 2 Sa7«.2. 3.

2 Sam. 6. 1 1. the Lord blessed him and all his A.

20. then David returned to bless his A.

15. 16. and the king went forth and all his A.

16. 2. the asses be tor the king's A. to ride on 17- 23. put his A. in order and hanged himself

19. 18. a ferry-boat to carry over the king's A. 41. why have .ludah brought the king and hie A.

1 Kings 4. 6. and Abishai was over the A.

7. which provided victuals for the king and his A. 5. 9. shall do my desire, in giving food for my A.

11. Solomon gave Hiram wheat for food to his A. 11.20. and Genubath was in Pharaoh's A.

2 Kings'. 9. that we may go and tell the king's A. 8. 1. go and thine A. to sojourn where thou canst 18. 18. there came out to them Eliakimsonof Hil-

kiahjwho was over the A. 19. 2. Isa. 36. 22. 1 .37. 2. 1 CAr. 24. 6. one principal A. being taken for Elea2. Job 1. 3. three thousand camels and a great A. Prov. 27. 27. have goats' milk for food ofthy A.

31. 15. she riseth and giveth meat to her A.

21. she is not afraid of the snow for her A. for

all her A. are clothed with scarlet 27. she looKeth well to the ways of her A.

Mat. 10. 25. muchmore shall they call them of his A. .36. a man's foes shall be they of his own A. 24. 45. hath made ruler over his A. Luke 12. 42.

Acts 16. 15. when she was baptized and her A.

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1 Cor. 1. 16. 1 baptized also the A. of Stephanas

Gal. 6. 10. to them who are of the A, of failli

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Fplt. 2. 19. no more strangers, but of the h. of God Phil. 4. C'2. chiefly tliej- that are of Cesar's A. S Tim. ■*. 19- salute the h. of Uuesiphorus

llOUSEflOLDKH. Uat. 13. C7. so the servants of the A. came and said 52. is like unto a man that is an A. CO. 1. £1. 33. there was a certain A. planted a vineyard

HOUSEHO LXi-servants. Acts 10. 7. Cornelius called two of his h.-senants

HOUSEHULD-i/ujf. Cen. 31. 37. what hast thou found of all thy h.-stvff.' Heh. 13. B. 1 cast out all the h.-stvjf ai iobiah

HOW. GeH. 56. 9. and A. saidst thou, she is my sister ? !?7. SO. A. is it thou hast found it so quickly f 2». 17. Jacob said, A. dreadful is this place 39. 9. A. then can I do this great wickedness 44. 8. A. then should we steal out of thy lord's h. 16. what shall we speak .' A. shall we clear ourselv. :M. a. shall I 20 to my father, lad not with me .' Hsod. 2. 18. A. is it that ye are come so soon to-day

6. 12. A. then shall fharaoli hear me of uncircum. .to. and A. shall Pharaoh hearken unto me r

18.8. Moses told A. the Lord delivered them

19. 4. ye have seen A. 1 bare you, Detu. 1. 31. ^nm. 10. 31. A. we are to encamp in the wihlerness

23. 8. A. shall I curse G. notcui"sed .' A. shall I defy .'

24. 5. A. goodly are tliy tents, O .lacob, and tabern. Devt. 1.12.A.can I myself bear your cumbrancer

7. 17. if thou Shalt say, A. can 1 dispossess them .'

11. 6. A. the earth opened her mouth and swallowed 12. 30. '/. ilid these nations serve their gotis .'

25. 18. A. he met thee bv tlie way and smote thee

29. 16. ye know A. we nave dwelt in Egypt, and A. we came through nations which ye passed by

S2. 30. A. should one chase a thousand, and two put Josh. 9. 7. A. shall we make a league with you .' Jvdg. 13. 12. A. shall we order the child, A. do to him?

16. 15. she said, A. canst thou say, 1 love thee .'

20. 3. ihcy said, tell us, A. was this wickedness

21. 7- A. do for wives tor them that remain ? 16. livth 3. 18. till thou know A. the matter will fall

1 Sam. 10. 27. said, A. shall this man save usr 14. 29- see A. mine eyes have l>een enlightened

16. 2. A. can 1 go ? it Saul hear he will kill me

2 Sam. 1. 4. A. went the matter, 1 pray thee, tell me 5. A. knowest thou that Saul and J onath. be dead .' 19. A. are the mighty fallen! 25, 27.

11. 7. A. Joab did. A. the people did, and A. the war

12. 18. A. then will he vex himself, if we tell him

1 Kings 3. 7- I know not A. to go out or come in

12. 6. A. do you advise, that 1 may answer people 14. 19. A.Jeroboam warred, and /i. he reigned 18. 13. A. I hid an hundred men of Lord's prophets 20. 7. and see A. the manseeketh mischief

2 Kings 5. 7. A. he seeketli a quarrel against me

10. 4. two kings stood not, A. tlien shall we stand ?

17. 28. taught them A. they should fear tlie I^ord

18. 24. A. then wilt thou turn away .' Isa. .36. 9. 19. 25. heard long ai'O, A. 1 have done it, Isa. 37. 26.

20. 3. A. I have walked before thee, Isa. 38. 3. 2 Chron. 20. II. behold, I say, A. they reward us

33. 19. his prayer, and A. CJod v,'as entreated of him ^VA. 2. 17. ye see A..Ierusal. lieth waste, gates burnt £(/A. 2. 11. Mordecai walked, to know A. l^stherdid

8.6. A. can 1 endure to see evil that shall come Jot 9. 2. but A. should a man be just with God ■:

22. 13. and thou savest, A. doth God know? 26.2. A. bast thou helped him that is without power!

A. savest thou arm tliat hath no strength ! 14. but A. little a portion is heard of him ! Psal. 11. 1. A. say ye to my soul, flee as a bird 44. 2. A. thou didst drive out heathen, A. afflict 66. 3. say to God, A. terrible art thou in thy works 73. 11. A. dothG. know? II 89. 47. A. short my time 84. 1. A. amiable are thy tabernacles, O lord lt>4. 24. O Lord, A. manifold are thy works 119. 97. O It. love I thy law, it is my meditation 103. A. sweet are tliy words unto my taste 1.59. consider A. I love thy precepts, quicken me 132. 2. A. he sware unto the Lord and vowed 139. 17- A. precious are thy thoughts unto me ! Prov. 15. 23. a word in due season, A. good is it ! .30. 13. there is a generation, O A. lofty their eyes Eccl. 10. 15. he knoweth not A. to go to the city

11. 5. knowest not A. the bones grow in the womb Cant. 4. 10. A. fair is thy love , my sister, spouse, 7 . 6.

5. 3. 1 have put otf my coat, A. shall 1 put it on f 7. 1. It. beautiful are thy feet with shoes, O daugh. Isa. 14. 12. A. art thou fallen from heaven, O Lucifer

20. 6. shall say in that day, and A. shall we escape ? 48. 11. tor A. should my name lie polluted ?

5o. 4. I should know A. to speak a word in season 52. 7. A. beautiful are the feetof him. Hum. 10. 15. Jer. 2. 23. A. canst thou say, I am not polluted ? 3. 19. 1 sai

47.7. A. can it be quirt, seeing the Lord hath given 50. 23. A. is the hammer of the w hole earth cut ?

Lam. ]. 1. A. doth the city sit solitary as a widow? Kzek. 16. 30. A. weak is thy heart, s'aith the Lord 33. 10. if we pine away in sins, A. should we live ' Uos. 11. 8. A. shall I give thee up, Ephraim.' A. deliver thee r A. make thee as Admah and Zeboim? Joel 1. 18. A. ilo the beasts groan ? herds of cattle Ohail. 5. if thieves came to thee, A. art thou cut oflF Zeph. 2. 15. A. is she become desolat. place for beasts Bag. 2. 3. It. do you see it now ? is it not as nothing ? Zech. 9. 17. A. great is his goodness and his beauty ' Mat. 6. 2.3. if light bedarkn. A. gieat is that darkn. 7. 4. A. wilt thou say to thy brother, let me pull 11. if ye know A. to give goo«l gifts, Lvlie 11. 13. 10. 19. take no thought It. or what ye shall speak 12.14.A. they might destr. him, Mark3.6.\ 11. 18. £6. A. shall his kingdom stand ? Luke 11. 18. 34. A. can ye, being evil, speak good things.' J6. 11. A. is it that ye do not underst. that 1 spake 18. 12. A. think ye r if a man have an hundr. sheep

21. 20. A. soon is the fig-tree withered away

22. 12. A. ramest thou in hither not having a garm. 45. if call him Ld, A. is lie bis son .' Luke 20. 44.

HOW

Mat. 23. 33. A. can ye escape the damnation of hell ? 26. 54. A. then shall the scriptures be fulfilled ? Idark 2. 16. A. is it that he eateth wit!i sinners ?

26. A. he went into the house of God, l.uke 6. 4.

4. 27. the seed should grow up, he knoweth not It. 40. he said, A. is it that ye have no faith?

10. 23. A. hardly shall they that have riches enter ? 14. 1. sought A. they mi"ht take him by craft 11. sought A. he might betray him, Luke 22. 4. Luke 1 . 34. A. shall this be, seeing I know not a man 2. 49. A. is it that ye sought me .' wist ye not that 1 8. 18. take heed A. ye hear || 10. 26. A. readest thou

12. 50. and A. am 1 straitened till it be accomplis. 56. A. is it that ye do not discern this time ?

16. 2. he said, A. "is it that I hear this of thee ' 24. 6. remember A. he spake unto you in Galilee ? .35. It. he was known ot them in breaking bread John 3. 4. A. can a man be born when he is old ? 9. A. can these things be ? |l 5. 44. A. can ye believe

5. 47. if not his writing, A. believe my words ?

6. 52. A. can this man give us his flesh to eat ?

7. 15. saying, A. knoweth this man letters?

9- 10. A. were thy eyes opened ?|| 20. A. opened eyes? 11. 3t). A. loved liim || 14.5. A. can we know tlie way ? 14. 22. A. is it thou wilt manifest thyself to us : Acts 4. 21. fliiding noth. A. they might punish them

5. 9. A. is it that ye have agreed together to tempt ?

7. 25. A. God by his hand would deliver them

8. 31 . h. can I, except some man should guide me ?

9. 27. told, A. he had seen the Lord in the way

10. .38. A. G. anointed .lesusof Jiaz. with Holy G.

1 1 . 13. shewed A. he had seen an angel in his house

14. 27. A. he had opened the door of faith

13. .'«). let us go again, and see A. they do

20. 20. A. kept back nothing that was profitable 35. A. so labouring, ye ought to support the weak Rom. 3. 6. for then A. shall Gwl judge the world ?

6. 2. A. we that are dead to sin live longer therein ?

7. 18. A. to perform what is good, 1 find not

8. 32. A. shall he not with him freely give all things ? 10. 14. A. shall they call ? A. shall believe ? A. hear ?

11. 2. A. he maketn intercession to G. against Isr. 33. A. unsearchable his judgments, and ways past

1 Cot. 3. 10. take heed A. he buildeth thereupon

7. .32. unmarried careth A. he may please the Lord

33. that is mar. careth A. he may please his wife

34. she careth A. she may please her husband 14. 7- A. shall it be known what is piped or hari)ed ?

9. A. shall it be known what is spoken ?

15. 12. A. say some that there is no resurrection ? .35. some man will say, A. are the dead raised up ?

2 Cor. 7. 15. A. with fear and trembling received him

8. 2. A. that in a great trial of afHiction their joy

1.3. 5. know ye not A. that Jesus Christ is in you ? Gal. 4. 9. A. turn ye again to the weak elements ?

6. 11. ye see A. large a letter 1 have written to you Eph. 6. 21. but that ye also may know A. I do Phil. 2. 23. so soon as I shall see h. it will go with me

4.12. 1 know A. to be abased, and know A. to abound Col. 4. 6. that ye may know A. ye ought to answer

1 Thess. 1 . 9. and A. ye turned to G. from idols to 2. 10. A. holily we behaved ourselves among you

11. A. we exhorted you || 4. 1. A. ye ought to walk

4. 4. should know A. to possess his vessel in honour

2 Thess. 3. 7. for you know A. ye ought to follow us

1 Tim. 3. 5. for it a man know not A. to rule his own house, A. shal 1 he take care of the church of God ? 1.5. mayest know A. thou oughtest to behave

Heb. 2. 3. A . shal I we escape i f we neglect so great sa.

7. 4. now consider A. great this man was. to whom Jam. 2. 24. ye see A. that by works a man is justified

3. 5. behoUl A. gieat a matter a little fire kindleth

2 Pet.1. 9. the Lord knoweth A. to deliver thego

4. 20. A. can he love God whom he hath not seen ? Jude 5. A. that the I.ord having saved the people Pei\ 2. 2. Ii. thou canst not bear them who are evil

3. 3. remember A. thou hast received and heard

."ee Do.

HOW hmg.

Exod. 10. 3. A. long wilt refuse to humble thyself.'

7. A. long shall this man be a snare unto us ?

16. 28. A. l07tg refuse to keep my commandments? Sum. 14. 11. A. lo7ig will this people provoke me ?

A. hmg will it be ere they believe me ?

27. A. long shall I bear with this evil congregation .Tosh. 18. 3. A. long are ye slack to-goto possess land ?

1 Sam. 1. 14. Eli said, A. /owp wilt thou bedrunken? 16. 1. A. I. wilt thou mourn for Saul, seeing 1 have

2 Sam. 19. .34. Harzillai said, A. long have 1 to live ? 1 Kings 18. 21 . A. l

8. 2. A. lo7ig wilt thou speak ? A. lung shall words

of thy mouth be like a strong wind ?

13. 2. A. long will it be ere you make end ot words ?

19- 2. A. long will ve vex my soul and break me ?

Psal. 4. 2. A. /. will ye turn my glory into shame ?

A. /. will ye love vanity, and seek after leasing

6. 3. my soul is vexed ; but thou, O Lord, A. long !

13. 1. A. long wilt thou forget me, O Ld. forever ?

2. It. long snail I take counsel in my soul ? It. long

shall my enemy be exalted over me ?

.35. 17. Ld. A. /. wilt thou look on ' rescue my soul

02. 3. A. Umfl will yc_imagine mischief againstraan ?

74. 9. nor is there anv among us that knoweth A. /.

10. O God, A. /. shall the adversary reproach ? 79. 5. A. long wilt thou be angry for ever? iiO. 4. 82. 2. A. /. w lit judge unjustly and accept peisons ? 89. 46. A. /. Lord, wilt thou hide thyself^? tor ever ? 90. 13. return, O \a\A, A. long? let it repent thee 94. 3. render a reward to the proud. Lord, A. lotig

shall the wicked, A. long shall wicked triumph '. 4. A. long shall they utter and speak hard things? Prov. 1. 22. A. long simple ones, will love simplicity 6. 9. A. /. wilt thou sleep, O sluggard ? when arise Isa. 6. 11. then said I, I>ord, A. long? he answered Jer. 4. 14. A. /. shall vain thoughts lodge in thee ? 21. A. long shall I see standard, and hear trump. ?

12. 4. A. long shall land mourn and herbs wither ? 23. 26. A. /. shall this be in the heart of prophets ? 47. 5. baldness on Gaza, h. long wilt cut thyself?

HOW

Jer. 47. 6.0 sword of the L., A. &«^ ere thou be quiet Dan. 8. 13. A. long shall be vision of daily sacrifice ?

12. 6. A. long shall it h% to end of these wonders '. lios. 8. 5. A. long will it be ere they attain innocency ? Hah. 1. 2. A. /()?ijr sliall I cry , and thou wilt not hear ?

2. 6. woe to him increaseth what not his, A. limgT Zech. 1.12. A. fowf; wilt thou not have mercy on. ler. Mat. 17. 17. A. /. shall I be with you, A. /. sufl:er you, bring him me, Mark 9. 19. Luke 9. 41. Mark 9. 21. A. Umg is it ago since this came to him i John 10. 24. A. long dost thou make us to doubt? Hev. 6. 10. A. long, O L. holy and true, dost thou not

HOW many. Job 13. 23. A. many are mine iniquities and sins ? Psal. 119.84. A. »«««!/ are the daysof thy servants ? Mat. 15. 34. A. »;. loaves have ye ? Mark 6. 38. 1 8. 3.

16. 9. A. m. baskets ye took up? MarkVi. 19, 20. Mark 15. 4. It. many things they witness against thee Luke 15. 17. A. m. hired servts. of my fatlier's have 2 Tim. 1. 18. in A. many things he ministered to me HOW many times.

1 Kings 22. 16. A. m. times ^AX I atljure thee, thou

tell nothing but what is true ? 2 Chron. 18. 15. HOW much.

2 Rings 5. 13. A. much rather when he saith, wash Ezra 7. 22. and salt without prescribing A. >«wrA Proi:\6. 16. A. nruch better is it to get wisd. than gold Cant. 4. 10. A. miuh better is thy love than wine Mat. 12. 12. A. much is a man better than a sheep Luke 16. 5. A. muck owest thou to my lord ? 7.

19. 15. A. much every man hath gained by tiadinj Acts 9. 13. h.much evil he hath done thy saints at i er. Ueb. 8. 6. by A. much he is Mediator of better coven.

10. 29. of A. 7nnch sorer punishment, suppose ye Uev. 18. 7. A. mucAshe hath glorified herself

HOW much less.

1 Kings 8. 27. heaven cannot contain thee, A. much

less this house which I have built, 2 C'Ar. 6. 18.

2 Chron. 32. 15. A. much less shall your God deliver Job4. 19. A. muchlessin them dwell in houses of clay

9.14. A. much /«jf shall I answer him, choose words

25.6. A. much less is man that is worm and son of man 34. 19- A. mMfAto^tohimthataccepteth not persons

Ezek. 15. 5. A. much less shall it be meet for work

HOW much more. Deut. 31. 27. and A. much more after my death ?

1 Sam. 14. 30. A. much more if people had eaten freely 23. 3. A. much more then if we come to Keilah

2 Sam. 4. 11. A. m. more when wicked men have slain 16. 11. A. much more now may this Benjamite do it ?

Job 15. 16. A. much m. abominable and hlthy isman ' Prov. 15. 11. A. m«f A more then the hearts of men ?

19. 7. A. m. more do his friends go far from him ?

21. 27. A. much more when with a wicked mind Ezek. 14. 21. A. m. more when send sore judgments ? Mat. 7. 11. A. m. more shall your heavenly lather

give good things to them that ask ? Luke 11. 13.

10. 25. h.m. more shall call them of his household ?

Luke 12. 24. A. m. m. are ye better than the fowls ?

28. h. m. more will clothe you, O ye of little taith ?

Bom. 11. 12. A. much more their fulness ?

24. A. m. more these which be natural branches ? 1 Cor. 6. 3. A. much more things that pertain to life ? Philem, 16. a brother to me, A. m. more to thee?

HOW oft, often.

Jobli. 17. A. o/

A. oft cometh their destruction upon them ?

Psal.lS. 40. A. o/idid they provoke him in wildern.

Mat. 18.21. A. ()/> shall my Drother sin against me.'

23. .37. O Jerusalem, A. often would 1 have gathered

thy children as a hen her chickens, Luie 13.34.

HOW BEIT.

Judg. 4. 17. A. Sisera fled on his feetfotent of Jael

11. 28. A. the king of Ammonites hearkened not

16. 22. A. the hair of his head began to grow again 18. 29. A. the name of the city was Laish at first 21. 18. A. we may not give them wives of our daugh.

Kuth 3. 12. A. there is a kinsman nearer than I

1 Sam. 8. 9. A. yet protest solemnly unto them

2 Sam. 2. 23. A. Asahel refused to turn aside

12. 14. A. because by this deed hast given occasion

13. 14. A. he would not hearken unto her voice

25. A. he would not go, but blessed him

23. 19. A. he attained not first three, 1 CAr. 11. 21.

1 Kings Q. 15. A. the kingdom is turned about 10. 7. A. I believed not the words, 2 Chron. 9. 6. 11. 13. A. I will not rend all the kingdom, 34.

22. 1 have lacked nothing, A. let me «o in any wise

2 Kings 3. 25. A. slingers went about it and smote it 8. 10. A. Lord shewed me, that he shall surely die 10. 29. A. from sins of Jeroboam Jehu turned not

12. 13. A. there were not made for house bowls

14. 4. A. high places were not taken away, as yet

people did sacrifice, 15. :J5. 2 CAr. 20. 33.

17. 29. A. every nation made gods of their ow n 40. A. they did not hearken, but did after their

22. 7. A. there was no reckoning made with them

1 CAr. 28. 4. A. the Lord God ot Israel chose me

2 CAr. 18. .34. A. the king of Isr. stayed himself up

24. 5. A. the Levites hastened it not

27. 2. A. he entered not into the temple of the Lord 32. 31 . A. in the business of ambassadors, G . lett him A"eA. 9. 33. A. thou art just in all brought on us

13. 2. A. our God turned the curse into a blessing Job 30. 24. A. he will not stretch out his hand Isa. 10. 7. A. he meaneth not so, nor thinketh so Jer. 44. 4. A. I sent to you all my servants, prophets Mat. 17. 21. A. this kind goeth notoutbut by prayer Markb. 19. A. Jesus suffered him not, but saith to him

7. 7. A. in vain do they worship me, teaching John 6. 23. A. tliere came boats from Tiberias 7. 13. A. no man spake openly of him for fear 27. A. we know this man whence he is 11.13. if he sleep, ilo well, A. Jesus spake of his

16. 13. A. when he the Spirit of truth is come Acts 4. 4. A. many who heard the word believad

7. 48. A. the Most High dwelleth not in temples

14. 20. A. he rose up and came into the city

17. .34. A. certain men clave to him and believed

27. 26. A. we must be cast upon a certain island

28. 6. A. they looked when he should have swol len 1 Cor. 2. 6. A. we speak wisdom among the perfect

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HUM

1 Cor. 8. 7. h. there is not in every man that knowl.

14. '2. h. in the Spirit he speaketli mysteries

CO. A. in malice be children, in understanding, men

15. 46. h. that was not first which i.s spiritual 2t'or.ll.21. A. wherein soever an V is tioUi, I am also (iai. 4. 8. h. when ye knew not Ood ye did service

1 Tim. 1. 16. //. tor this cause 1 obtained nier^y Jieb. ;J. 10. It. not all that came out of Epy pt by Mos.

HOWL. /'«.].'?. 0. h. ye, for the day of the Lord is at hand 14. .31. h. O sate ll 15. S. Moab shall />. ,3. 1 10.7. 23. 1. h. ye snips of Tarshish, for it is laid waste

6. pass over to Tarshish, h. ye inhabitants of isle 5'.'. 5. make them to h. \\ 65. 14. h. for vexation

Jer. 4. 8. lament and h. 48. CO. I] C5. .34. A. ve shep.

47. 2. and all the inhabitants of the land sliall A.

48. 31. I will A. for Moab || 39. they shall A.

49. 3. A. O lieshbon ||51. 8. A. for Babylon Hzek. 21. 12. cry and A. son of man, for it shall be

30. 2. prophesy and say, h. ye, woe worth the day Joell. 5. A. ye drinkers"|| 11. A. ye vine-dressers

13. lament and A. ye ministers of the altar Jl/i'f. 1.8. therefore I will wail and A. will go stripped Zep/i. 1. 11. A. ye inhabitants of Maktesh jiec/t. 11. C. A. tir-tree, A. O ye oaks of Bashan Jam. 5. 1. go to, now, ye rich men, weep and A.

HOWLKD. Jfw. 7.14. not cried tome, when they A. on their beds

HO\VLl>iG. Jia.l5.'8. A. thereof is gone to Eglaimand Beer-elim Jer. 25. 36. an A. of principal of the flock be heard Zep/i. 1. 10. there shall be an A. from the second gate 2ec/i. 11. 3. there isavoice of the A. of the shepherds

HOWLING. Deut. 52. 10. he found him inthewaste A. wilderness

HOWLl.NGS.

Amos 8. 3. songs of the temple shall be A. in that day

HUGE.

2 Citron. 16. 8. the Ethiopians and Lubimsa A. host

HUMBLE.

Humility is a most excellent grace of the spirit, evi- dences the subject of it to be a child of God, and is accompanied with cimtenlment, peace, and submis- simi to the uill of God, The sense of tlie weakness of our understanding, which is the effect o/ humi- lity, is a temper of soul that prepares it for faith : partly, at it puts us on a serious consideration of those things which are revealed to us in the word ; partly, as it stops all curious inrpiiries into those things ahich are unsearchable ; and principally, as it graciously entitles to the promise, God liUeth gracento the humble, 1 Pet. 5. 5. This our Ha- liour mates a necessary Qualification in all those who shall enter into hisiingdom. Mat. 18. 3. Ex- cept ye be converted, and become as little chil- dren, ye shall not enter into the kingdom of heaven. ^Jnd since pride arises out of ignorance, the gospel, to cause in us a louly sen^e of our un- worthiness, discovers the sinfulness, nakedness, and misery of the human nature, divested of its primi- tive righteousness. We have the example if our Saviour, in whom there is an union of all divine and human perfectioTis, debasing himself to the form of a servant, to instruct us to be meet and lowly. Mat. 11.29. I.eam of me, for I am meek and lowly. UunnWty is put for an humble, de- tected, and low estate. Luke 1. 48. He hath re- garded the low estate of his handmaiden ; in Greek, TaTreii'oxni'. the humility.

To humble signifies to afflict, to prove, to try. Dent. 8. 2. Go

Job 22. 29. and he shall save the A. person

Psal. 9. 12. he forgetteth not the cry of the A. 10. 12. arise, O Lord, O God, forget not the A. 17. Lord, thou hast heard the desire of tlie h. 34. 2. the A. shall hear thereof and be glad 69. 32. the A. shall see this and be glad

Prov. 16. 19. better be of a A. spirit with the lowly 29.23. but honour shall uphold the A. in spirit

Isa. 57. 15. with him also that is of a contrite and A. spirit, to revive spirit of h. and heart of contrite

Jam. 4. 6. but giveth grace to the A. 1 Pet. 5. 5. HUMBLE.

F.xod. 10. 3. how long wilt thou refuse to A. thyself?

Deut. 8. 2. to A. thee and to prove thee, 16.

Judg. 19. 24. A. ye them, and do with them as seem.

2 C'Ar. 7. 14. my people shall A. themsel. and pray .34. 27. because thou didst A. thyself before God

Prov. 6. 3. go, A. thyself, and make sure thy friend

Jer. 13. 18. say to the king, A. yourselves, sit down

Mat. 18. 4. whosoever shall A. himself, 23. 12.

2 Cor. 12. 21. my God will A. ine among you

Jam. 4. 10. A. yourselves in tlie siijht of the Lord

1 Pet. 5. 6. A. yourselves under mighty hand of God

HUMBLED. Lev. 26.41. if their uncircumcised hearts be A. Deut. 8. 3. he A. thee and suffered thee to hunger . 21. 14. not sell her, because thou hast A. her, 22. 29. 22. 24. because he hath A. his neighbour's wife

2 Kings 20. 19. because hast A. thyself before the Ijd. 2 Chr. 12. 6. the princes and the king A. themselves

7. when the Lord saw that they A. themselves 12. when he h. himself, wrath turned from him

; 30. 11. divers of Asher and Zebiilun A. themselves 32. 26. Hezekiah A. hims. for the pride of his heart 33. 12. Manasseh A. himself greatly before God 19. beset up graven images before he was A. 23. Amon A. not himself before the Lord, as Ma- nasseh his father A. himself, trespassed more 36. 12, Zedekiah A. not himself before .leremiah Psat. .35. 13. as for me, I A. my soul with fasting Isa. 2. 11. the lotty looks of man shall be A. 5. 15. mijghty man shall be A. eyes of the loft v be A. 10. 33. high hewn down, and the haughty shall be A. 244

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Jer. 44. 10. they are not A. even to this day Lam. 3.20. my soul hath in remembrance and is A. Etek. 22. 10. in thee have they A. her set i-part

II. and another in thee hath A. his sister Dan. 5. 22. thou his son hast not A. thine heart PA«7.2.8.he A. himself and became obedient to death

JlUMBLED.Sr.

2 Chron. 34. 27. because thou A. thyself before me

HUMBLETH.

1 Kings 21. 29- how Ahab A. because he A. himself Psal. 10. 10. he croucheth and A. himself, that poor

113.6. who A. himself to behold things in heaven 7.ta. 2. 9. mean man boweth, the great man A. himself Lute ]4. 11. he that A. hims. shall be exalted, 18. 14.

HUMBLENESS. Col. 3. 12. put on kindness, A. of mind, meekness HUMBLY.

2 Sam. 16. 4. 1 A. beseech thee that T may find grace AJic. 0. 8. to love mercv, and to walk A. with thy G.

HUMILIATION. Acts 8. 33. in his A. his judgment was taken away

HUMILITY. Proi\ 15. 33. and before honour is A. 18. 12.

22. 4. by A. are riches, and honour, and life Acts 20. 19. serving the Lord with all A. of mind Col. 2. 18. let no man beguile you in a voluntary A.

23. have a shew of wisdom in will-worship and A. 1 Pel. 5. 5. be subject one to another, clothed w ith A. HlTNUKKU-FOI.D. .See I'OLD. HUNDRED. Gen. 11. 10. Shem was an A. years old and begat 17. 17. shall a child be born to him that is a A. years old, and shall Sarah bear i 21. 5. Horn. 4. 19. .33. 19. .Tacob bought for an A. pieces, Josh. 24. .32. i'xorf. 27. 9. hangings A. cubits long, 11. | .3ti.9, II. 18. the length of the court shall be an A. cubits .38. 27. an A. sockets were cast of the A. talents Lev. 26. 8. five shall chase a A. and a A. put to flight Deut. 22. 19. shall amerce him in A. shekels of silv. Judg. 7. 19. so Gideon and the A. men with him came 20. 10. we will take ten of an A. an A. of a 1000 .35. Israel destroyed of Benjm. 25,000 and an A. 1 tiam. 18. 25. but an A. foreskins, 2 Sam. 3. 14. 25. 18. an A. clusters of raisins, 2 Sam. 16. 1. ^Sam.S.4. reserved for an A. chariots, 1 Chr. 18. 4.

1 Kings 4. 23. Solom. provision for one day A. slieep 7. 2. lensth of the house of the forest an A. cubits

18. 4. Obadiah took an A. proph. and hid them, 13.

2 Kings 4. 43. what should 1 set this bef. an A. men .'

23. 33. Pharaoh-necho put Jehoahaz in bands,

and put land to a tribute of an A. talents, 2 Chron. 30. 3.

1 Chron. 12. 14. one of llie least was over an A. 25. children of Simeon seven thousand and one A.

CI. 3. Lord make his people an A. times so many

2 Chron. 3. 16. Solomon made an A. pomegranates 4. 8. and he made an A. basins of gold

25.6. he hired also men for an A. talents of silver 9. what shall we do for the A. talents I have iriven

27. 5. Ammon gave .Totham an A. talents of silver 29. 32. the congregation brought an A. rams

Eira 2. 69. they gave one A. priests' garments 6. 17. and offered at the dedication an A. bullocks 7. 22. let it be done to an A. talents of silver, an A. measures of wheat and wine, and an A. baths of oi I 8. 26. silver vessels an A. talents of gold, an A. talts. JVeA. 5. 11. restore to them the A. part of the money Prov. 17. 30. more than an A. stripes into a fool Ecel. 6. 3. if a man beget an A. childr. and liveyears 8. 12. tho' sinner do evil A. times, days be prolong. ha. 65. 20. for the child shall die an A. years old, but the sinner being an A. years old shall be accursed Eiet. 40. 19. he measured an A. cubits eastward 23. he measured from gate to gaie an A. ( ubits, 27. 47. the court an A. cubits long, an A. cubits broad 41.13. so he measured the house an A. cubits long

14. of the separate place toward east, an A. cubits

15. the galleries on one side and other, an A. cubits 42. 8. and lo, before the temple were an A. cubits

Amos 5. 3. city that went out by a 1000, shall

leave an A. that which went forth by an It.

shall leave ten.

Mat. 18. 12. if a man have an A. sheep. Lute 15. 4.

28. went and found one who owed him an It. jience

Lute 16. 6. and he said, an A. measures of oil

7. how much owest thou ? an A. meas. of wheat John 19. 39. mixt. of myrrh and aloes an A. weight

One HUNDRED and five. Gen. 5. 6. Seth lived owe A. and five years, beg. Enos

One HUNDRED and ten. Gen. 50. 22. .loseph lived (me A. and ten years, 26. Josh. 24.29. .'osh. died an A.

One HUNDRED and tuehe. 1 CAr. 15. 10. of the sons of Uzziel an A. and twelve Eira 2. 18. the children of .lorah, an A. ayid twelve Neh. 7. 24. the chiiili en of Hariph, an A. atid twelve

One HUNDRED and nineteen. Gen. 11.25. Nahor lived after beg. Terah h. nineteen

One HUNDRED and twenty.

Gen. 6. 3. yet his days shall be A. atid twenty years

Num. 7. 86. gold ot spoons was an A. a>id twenty

[shekels

Dei/r.31.2. I amanA.awrf/weji/y years old this day

34.7. Moses an A. nnrf^aewry years old when he died 1 Kings 10. 10. she gave king an A. and twenty

talents of gold, spices, and precious stones, 2 Chron. 9. 9.

1 Chron. 15. 5. Uriel and brethren an A. and twenty

2 CArnn. 3.4. height of porch an h. and twenty cuhWs 5. 12. with them an A. and twenty priests, sounding

Dan. 6. 1 . to set over kinirdom an A. and tw. princes Acts 1. 15. number of names were about an A. and t.

One Hl'NDRED twenty-two. Ezra 2. C7. men of Michma^, A. tv).-two, Neh. 7. 31.

One HUNDRED twenty-three. Num. 33. 39. Aaron A. ttf. -three years when he died Ezra 2. 21. the children of Bethlehem went up out of captivity an h. twenty and three, Neh.1. 32.

HUN

One HUNDRED twenty-seten. '

Gen. 23. 1. Sarah was an A. tw. -seven years, and died

Esth. 1. 1. this is Ahasuerus who reigned over ;in

A. and t-jenty-seven provinces, 8. 9. 1 9. 30.

One HUNDRED twenty-eight.

Ezra 2. 23. men of Anathoth A. tw. -eight, Neh. 7. 27.

41. the children of Asaph an A. twenty-eighl Neh. 11. 14. their brethren an A. and twenty-eight

One HUNDitED thirty.

Gen. 5. 3. Adam lived A. thirty years, and begat son

47. 9. years of iny pilgrimage are an A. and thirty

Nvm.T. 13. weight thereof was a A. /. shekels, 19,25.

85. each charger weighing an A. thirty shekels

1 Chr. 15. 7. Joel and brethren an A. and thirty

2 C'Ar. 24. 15. .lehoiada was an A. /. years old

Oyie HUNDRED thirty-three. Exod. 6. 18. years of life of Kohath an A. thirty-three

One HUNDRED thirty-seven.

Gen.QH. I7. life of Ishmael an A. unilt.-seven years '

Exod. O.lO. the years of Levi were A.and thirty-seven

20. tiie years of Amram were an A. thirty-seven

One HUNDRED thirty-eight.

Neh. 7. 45. the children of.Shobai of Ater.A./A.-eiirA*

One HUNDRED thirty-nine. Ezra 2. 42. children of Shobai in all an A. thirty-nine

Orte nVSl^iiV.D forty. Job 42. 16. after this lived .loban A. forty years

One HUNDRED forty -four. Itev. 21. 17. measured the wall an h.f.-f. cubits

One H U N DR F.D fortyseven. Gen. 47. 28. whole ageof.IacobanA./()r/y-.feien y.

One HUNDRED forty-eight. Neh. 7. 44. singers, the children a' Asaph h.f. -eight

One HUNDREDyf/Vi-. Gen. 7. 24. waters prevailed an A. fifty days, 8. 3. 1 Kings 10. 29. a chariot went out of F.?y[>t, and an horse for an A. and fifty shekels, 2 CAr. 1.17. 1 CAr. 8. 40. Ulam'ssons and sons' sons an A. fifty EtraB. 3. were reckoned of males, an A. and/. A'eA. 5. 17. tticre were at my table an h.f. Jews

One HUN UliV.O fifty-three. John 21. 11. drew the net f.dl of fishes an h.f.-t.

One HUN DR ED fifty-six. Ezra 2. 30. the children of Magbish, an A. f.-six

One HUNDRED «>/y. Ezra 8. 10. Shelomith, and with him h. sixty males

Owe HUNDRED sixty-two. Gen. 5. 18. .tared lived A. s.-two years, begat Enoch

Owe HUNDRED seventy-two. Neh. 11. 19. the porters and bretinenh. seventy-two

Otte HUNDRED seventy -five. Gen. 25. 7. Abraham's life was an A. seventy-five

07ie HUNDRED e;>A/j/. Gen. 35. 28. the days of Isaac an A. and e/ffA/j/ years Esth. 1. 4. Ahasuerus feast for an A. and eighty i.\a\s

One llVtiDXU'.V) eighty-two. Gen. 5. 28. Lamech lived A. e^.-^aoand begat Noah

One HUNDRED eighty-seven. Gen. 5. 25.Methuselali lired A. c/^.-feren begat Lam.

07ie H U N D R 1:D eighty-eiiiht. Neh. 7. 26. tlie men of Btth-lehem an A. eighty-eight

HUNDRED thousand.

Num. 2. 9. all numbered in Judah were an A. thout.

16. numbered in the camp of Reuben an A. thous.

1 Kings 20. 29. slew of the .Syrians A. thous. footmen

2 Kings 3. 4. Mesha king of Moab rendered to king

of Israel an A. thous. lambs, an A. thous. rams

1 Chr. 5. 21. took from Hagarites an A. thous. mea 21.5. of Israel a thousand thousand and A. thous. 22. 14. for house of Lord A. tho7is. talents of gold 29. 7- and gave an A. thousand talents of iron

2 Chr. 25. 6. he hired an A. tlmisand men of valour HUNDRED eight thowand aB

An HUNDRED twenty tlmuand. Jvdg. 8. 10. there fell of the Midianites 120,000 1 kings &. 63. Solomon offered a sacrifice of an h. and twenty thousand sheep, 2 Chron. 7. 5.

1 CAr.i2.37.of Reuben, Gad, and Manasseh, 120,000

2 Chr. 28. 6. Pekah slew in J udali in one day 120,(it)0 Jonah 4. 1 1. ill N ineveh wei e about 120,0(W persons

A71 HUNDRED forty-four thousand. Bev. 7. 4. were sealed 144,000 of all the tribesof Tsr.

14. I.with him 144,0(K), having his Lather's name 3. no man could learn that song but the 144,000

An HUNDRED.rf/>j/ thousand. 2 Chron. 2. 17. strangers that were in the land of Israel were found an A. fifty thousand /In HUNDRED eighty thousand.

1 Ktttgs 12. 21. with Benjamin 180,000, 2 CAr. 11. 1.

2 CAr. 17. IB. with Jehozabad were 180,000, for war

An HUNDRED eighty -five thousand. 2 Kings 19. 35. that night the anael of the Lord smote of the Assyrians, 185,000, Isa. 37. 36. Tao HUNDRED. Gen. 1 1 . 23. Serug lived aft. begat I\ alior two A .years .32. 14. twoh. she-goats, and twoh. ewes for Esau Josh. 7. 21. Achan saw two A. shekels of silver .Tudg. 17. 4. his mother took two A. shekelsof silver

1 Kam. 18.27. David slew of the Philist. /no A. men 25. 13. twoh. abode by the stuff, 30. 10, 21.

18. Abigail took two A. loaves, two A. cakes of figs

2 .vaw. 14. 26. Absalom weighed hair too A. shekels

15. 11. with Absalom went two A. men out of Jerus. 10. 1. Zibabrouaht David two h. loaves of bread

1 Kiniis 7. 20. the pomegranates were two h. in rows 10. 10. Solomon made two A. targets, 2 CAr. 9. 15.

2 Chron. 29. .32. for burnt oflferingsteoA. lambs Ezra 2. 05. were among them «ao A. singing men

6. 17. and offered at the dedication two A. rams Cant. 8. 12. those that keep the fruit'thereof two h. Ezek, 45. 15. ye shall offer one lamb out a(two A. John 6.1. twoh. pennyworth is not sufficient Acts 23. 23. he calleiL saying, make read)- two h. soldiers to go to Cesarea, and spearmen two A. 7'aoHUNDRED./fre. Gen. 11.32. thedavsof lerah were/ao A. jiie years

'i'l.o HUNDRED ..cren. Gen. 11. 21. Reu lived two A. .teren years and begat

7'«o HUNDRED «.«e. Gen. 11, 19. Peleg lived two A. nine years and begat

HtJN

Tim hundred taelvg. I C/tron. 9. 22. porters in the gates were tmo h. twelve

Tivo HUNDRED eighteen. Ezra 8. 9. with Obadiah tuo A. eighteen males

Tso HUNDRED fuienly. Esra 8. 20. for service of Levites two h. ta. Nethin.

T-uo HUNDRED ticenty-thrce.

Ezra 2. 28. men of Beth-el and Ai tao h. ta.-three

Tao HUNDRED thirty-two.

1 Kings 20. 15. of princes of provinces too A. th.-txo

Tuo HUN DRED forty-two. Neh. 11. 13. chief of the fatliers two h. forty-two

Two HV^V>'&El> forty-five. Esra 2. 66. their mules two h. and forty-five Heh. 1. 67. had two h. 45 singing men and women 68. tlieir mules two h. auA forty-five Two HUNDRED jiyiry. Exod. SO. 23. take thou to thee of cinnamon two h. and fifty, of calamus two h. and fifty shekels Kvm. 16. 2. two h. and fifty princes of the assembly 17. and bring ye before L. two h. and fifty censers 35. a lire consumed the two h. and fifty men

2 Chron. 8. 10. two h. and fifty that bare rule Ezei. 48. 17. suburbs toward north two h. fifty

Tzko HUNDRED seventy-six. Acts 27. 37. in all the ship two h. seventy-six souls

Two HUNDRED eighty-four. J\Wi. 11.18. Levites in the holy city two h. eighly-f.

Two HUNDRED eighty-eight.

\ Chr. 25. 7. all cunning in songs two h. eighty-eight

Two HUNDRED fifty thousand.

1 Chr. 5. 21. took away of sheep two h. fifty thous.

Three HUNDRED. Gcti. 5. 22. Enoch walked with God three h. years and begat sons and daughters 0. 15. the length of the ark shall be three h. cubits 45. 22. he gave Benjamin three h. pieces of silver Judg. 7. 6. tlie number that lapped were three h. men 8. and he retained those three h. men 8. 4. the three h. men that were with him were faint 11.26. Israel by the coast of Amon three h. years 15. 4. Samson went and caught three h. foxes

2 Sam. 21. 16. whose spear weighed three h. shekels 23. 18. Abishai Joab's brotlier lifted up his spear

against /Are^ A. and slew them, 1 Chr. 11. 11,20.

1 Kings 10. I7.hemade/Aree A. shields of beat, gold 11. 3. Solomon iiad three h. concubines

2 Kings 18. 14. appointed to Hezek. three h. talents 2 Chr. 9. 16. th. h. shekels of gold went to one shield

14. 9. i?era came against Asa with th. h. chariots .S5. 8. gave to priests for passover-offer. th. h. oxen Ezra 8. 5. with Shechaniah three h. males Esth. 9. 15. the Jews slew three h. men at Shushan John 12. 5. this ointment sold for three h. pence

Three HUNDRED eighteen. Gen. 14. 14. Abram went with th. A. eight, servants

Three HUNDRED twenty. Ezra 2. .32. the children of Harira th. A. and twenty Neh. 7. .35. the children of Harim th. h. and twenty

Three HUNDRED twenty-three. Etra 2. 17. the children of Bezai 323, Neh. 7. 23.

Three HUNDRED twenty-eight. Keh.7. 22. childr. of Hashum three h. twenty-eight

Three HUNDRED forty-five. Ezra 2. 34. children of Jericho 345, Neh. "7. 36.

Three HUNDRED fifty. Gen. 9. 28. Noah lived after flood th. A. fifty years

Three HUNDRED sixty. 2 Sam. 2. 31. so that of Israel th. A. sixty men died

Three HUNDRED sixty-five. Gen. 5. 23. Enoch's days were th. A. sixty-five years

Three HUNDRED seventy-two. Ezra 2. 4. the childr. of Shephatiah 372, Neh. 7. 9.

I'hree HUNDRED ninety. Ezek. 4. 5. according to number of days, th. A. n. 9.

Three HUNDRED thousand. Num. 31. 36. of them that went out to war 300,000

1 .Vnm. 11. 8. Israel were 300,000, 2 Chron. 14. 8.

2 Chron. I'. 14. with Adnah mighty men 300,(XX> £5. 5. found Judah and Benjamin to be .300,000

Three HUNDRED thousand seven tlunisand five HUNDRED. 2 Chron. 26. 13. Uzziah had an army of .307,500 Three HUNDRED and thirty thottsand seven thottsand five HUNDRED. Num. 31. 43. now the half that pertained unto the congregation was 337,500 sheep Four HUNDRED. Gen. 15. 13. afflict them /our A. years. Acts 7. 6. 2.3. 15. land is worth four A. shekels of silver, 16. 32. 6. Esau Cometh to thee with four A. men, 33. 1. Judg. 21. 19. found/««r A. virgins of J abfcsh-gi lead 1 Sam. 22. 2. were with Dav. four A. 25. 13. 1 .30. 10. .30. 17. save/cMr A. young men on camels that fled

1 Kings 7. 42. four A. pomegranates for net- works 18. 19. and the prophets ot the groves /our A.

22. 6. Ahab gathered of the prophels about /o»/r /;. and said, shall I go ag. Ramoth ! 2 Chr. 18. 5.

2 Kings 14. 13. Jehoash came and brake down the

wall of Jeru./ii«r A. cubits, 2 Chr. 25.2.3. Ezra 6. 17. offered at dedication of house/. A. lambs Acts 5. 36. to whom about four A. joined themselves

Four HUNDRED and three.

Ccti.11. 13. Arphaxad lived/. A. th. years, and begat

15. Salah lived after he begat Eber 403 years

Fimr HUNDRED and ten.

Ezra 1. 10. silver basins of a second sort four A. ten

Four HUNDRED atid twenty. 1 Kings 9. 28. they fetched from thence gold, 420 tal.

Fimr HUNDRED thirty. Gen. 11. 17. Eber lived 430 years and begat sons J-jod. 12. 40. sojourning in Esypt 4.30 years, 41. Gal. 3. 17. the law which was 4:J0 years after cannot

Four HUNDRED thirty-five. Ezra 2. 67. tlieir camels were 435, A'eA. 7. 69.

Four HUNDRED and fifty. 1 A'(nj7*18. 19. gather the prophets ot Baal 450,22. Acts 13. 20. gave judges about /cmr A. fifty years

Four HUNDRED fifty-four. Ezra 2. 15. the children of Adinfour A. fifty-four

Four HVKUKFA^ sixly-eight. yeh. 11. 6. all the sons of Perez were 468 men

tttJM

Four HUNDRED eighty.

1 Kings 6. 1. in 480 years Solomon began to build

Four HUNDRED tlwusand. Judg. 20. 2. Israel besides Benjamin 400,000, 17.

2 CAr. 13. 3. set the battle in array with 400,000 men

F'our HUNDRED seventy thousand.

1 CAr. 21. 5. J udali was 470,000 that drew tlie sword

J-ire HUNDRED. Gen.5.32. Noah wasJJte A. years old and begat Shem '11. 11. Shem lived afterjiteA. years and begat F^od. 30. 23. take of pure ray Tvh five h. shekels

24. of cassia Ji. A. shekels after shekel of sanctuary Num. 31. 28. levy one soul of five A. for the Lord

2 Chron. 35. 9. for passover-oflTerings five h. oxen Eslh. 9. 6. Jews slew at Shushan five A. men, 12. Joi 1. 3. five A. yoke of oxen, five h. she-asses Ezei. 42. 16. he measur. five A. reeds, 17, 18, 19, 20.

45. 2. of this there shall be for the sanctuary five A.

in length, with five A. in breadth, square round

X.j/jle7.41.the oneowed JJ. A. pence, the other titty

1 Cor. 15. 6. was seen of above yiie A. brethr. at once

Five HUNDRED and thirty.

NeA.7 .'lO. gsive five A. and thirty priests' gaiTOents

Five HUN DRED and fifty.

1 Kings9.23. five A. ajid fifty bare rule over people

i'ice HUNDRED thousand.

2 Sam. 24. 9. the men of Judah were 5iX),000 men 2 CAr. 13. 17. there were slain of Israel 500,000 men

Six HUNDRED. Gen. 7. 6. Noah.rii' A. years old when flood came, 1 1 . Exod. 14. 7. Pilar. tooK.ti> A. chariots to pursue Isr. Jitdg. 3. 31. Shamsar slew with an ox goad six A.

18. 11. Danitessent out of Eshtaol.ti>A. 16, 17.

20. 47. six A, Benjamites fled to rock Rimmon

1 Sam.\3. 15. Saul numbered the people *ix A. 14. 2. 17. 7. Goliath's spear head weighed six A. shekels

23. 13. Dav. and his men about six h. 27. 2. 1 30. 9.

2 Sam. 15. 18. all the Gittites were six h. men

1 Kings 10. 16. Solomon made targets, six A. shekels

of gola*went to one target, 2 Chron. 9. 15.

29. a chariot went for six A. shekels, 2 CAr. 1. 17.

1 Chron. 21. 25. David gave Oman six A. shekels

2 CAr. 3. 8. overlaid house with gold to six h. talents 29. 33. the consecrated things were six A. oxen

Six liVJ^BRET) tweruy-one. ' Ezra 2. 26. child . of Ramah six A.tw. oTie, NeA. 7. 30.

Six HUNDRED twenty-tAree. Ezra 2. 11. the children of Bebai, six A. twenty-three

Six HUNDRED twenty-eight. Neh. 7. 16. the children of Bebai, six A. twenty-eigAt

Six HUN DRED /w^j/-

Six HUNDRED forty-eight. NeA. 7.'15. the children of Binnui, sixA.forty-eigAt

Six H U N D R ED anrf fifty. Ezras. 26. weighed to their handiu h. fifty talents

Six HUN DRED fifty-two. Ezra 2. 60. the children of Nekoda, six A. fifiy-two Neh. 7. 10. the children of Arab, i«j A. zxA fifty-two

Six HUNDRED sixty-six. 1 Kirtgs 10. 14. gold to Sol. in year six A. sixty-six tal. Ezra 2. 13. children of Adonikam, six h. tixty-six Rev. 13. 18. and his number is six h. and sixty-six

Six HUNDRED sixty-seven. NeA. 7. 18. children of Adonikam, sixh. sixty-seven

Six HV'bi'DR^r) seventy-five. Aton. 31. 37. Lord's trib. of sheep v/as six A. sev. five

Six HUNDRED ninety. 1 CAron. 9. 6. Jeuel and brethren were six A. ninety

Six HUNDRED thousand. Exod. 12. .37. Israel journeyed about 600,000 on foot .38. 26. a bekah for every man for 600,000 men Num. 1. 46. all that were numbered were 600,000 11. 21. Moses said, the people are 600,000 footmen

Six HUNDRED seventy-five thorisand. Num. 31. 32. the rest of the prey was 675,000 sheep

&rra HUNDRED. Judg. 20. 15. of Gibeah wereiep. A. chosen men, 16. 2'SizOT. 8. 4. David took from him ^ez;. A. horsemen 10. 18. Dav. slew men of .Sep. A. chariots of Syrians

1 Kings 11. 3. Solom. had seven A. wives, princesses

2 Kings 3. 26. the king of Moab took seven A. men 2 CAr. 15. 11. they offered to the LordreienA.oxen

Seven HUNDRED twenty one. Neh. 7. 37. children of Lod, Hadid, Ono, 721.

Seven HUNDRED twenty-five. Ezra2. 33. children of Lod, Hadid, Ono, 725

Seven HUNDRED Mi>^v-«>. Ezra 2. 66. their horses were 736, Neh. 7. 68.

Seven HUN DUVS) forty-three. Ezra 2. 25. the children of Kirjath-arim, 743

Seven HUNDRED/c-rW./Jre. Jer. 52. 30. took away captive of the Jews 745

Seven HUN DRED sixty. Ezra 2. 9. the children of Zaccai 760, Neh. 7. 14.

Seveit HUNDRED seventy-five. Ezra 2. 5. the children of Arab, seven h. seventy-five

SeveJi HUNDRED seventy-seven. Gen. 5. 31. all the days of Lamech were 777 years

Seven HUNDRED eighty-t-wo. Gen. 5. 26. Methusal. lived 782 years, begat Lamech

Eight HUNDRED. Gen. 5. 4. Adam after he begat Seth lived 800 years

19. Jared after he begat Enoch lived 800 years 2 Sam. 23. 8. he lifted un his spear against 800

Eight HUNDRED seven. Gen. 5. "J. Seth lived after he begat Enos 807 years

Fight HUN DRED fifteen. Gen. 5. 10. Enos after he begat Cainan 815 years

Fight HUNDRED tee«ry-(a». Neh. 11. 12. their brethren that did work were 822

Eight HUNDRED thirty. Gen. 5. 16. Walialaleel after he begat Jared 830 yrs.

Eight HVUVKKV thirty two. Jer. 52. 29. Nebuchadnezzar carried captive 832

Ei(,ht HUN DRED forty. Gen. 5. 13. Caman after he be!>at Mahalalcel 840

Eight UVVBUEIi forty-five. NeA. 7. 13. the children of Zattu were 845

JKiV/Af HUNDRED nintty-five. Gin 5, 1". all the days of Mabalaieel were 893 yrs.

Nine HUNDRED. Judg. 4. 3. Jabin had nine h. chariots of iron, IS.

Nine HUNDRED Jlr^. Gen. 5. 11. all the days of Enos were 905 years

Nine HUNDRED ten. Gen. 5. 14. all the days of Caiiian 910 years-

Nine HUNDRED twelve. Gen. 5. 8. all the days of Seth were 912 years

Nine HUNDRED twenty-eight. NeA. 11. 8. and after him Gabbai, Sallai, 928

Nine HUNDRED thirty. Gen. 5. 5. all days that Adam lived were 930 years

Nine H U N DR ED forty-five. Ezra 2. 8. the children of Zattu 945

Nine HUNDRED fifty. Gen. 9. 29. all the days of Noah were 950 years

A'i7ie HUNDRED Jf/>i/-«x. 1 CAron. 9. 9- brethren according to generations 056

Nine NUN DRED sixty-two. Gen. 5. 20. all the days of Jared weie 962 years

Nine HUN DRED sixty-nine. Gen. 5. 27. the daysof Mathuselah were 969 yeai-j

Nine HUNDRED seventy three. Ezra 2. 36. the children of Jedaiah 973, Neh. 7. 39.

HUNDREDS. Exod. 18. 21. be rulers of A. and fens, 25. Deut. 1. 15. JSnm. 31 . 14. Moses was wroth with captains over A. 51. Moses took the gold of the captains of A.

1 Sam. 22.7. will son ot Jesse make you captains of A. 29. 2. the lords of the Philistines passeti on by A.

2 Sam. 18. 1. David set captains of A. over fliem 4. the king stood, all the people came out by A.

2 A ings 1 1 .4. J elioiada sent and set the ru lers over A.

10. to captains over A. did the priest give spears

and shields that were in the temp. 2 CAr. 23. 9.

1 CAr. 13. 1. David consulted with the captains of A.

26. 26. which the captains over h. had dedicated 28. 1. Darid assembled the captains over the A. 29. 6. then the captains of A. offered willingly

2 CAr. 23. 1. Jehoiada took captains of A. into cov. 25. 5. Amaziah made them captains over A.

Mark 6. 40. thev 5at down in ranks by A. and fifties

H UN G ER , Substantive. Exod. 16. 3. to kill this whole assembly with A. Deut. 28. 48. thou shalt serve thine enemies in A. 32. 24. they shall be burnt with A. and devoured NeA. 9. 15. thou gavest bread from heav. for their A, Fsal. 34. 10. the young lions do lack and suffer A. Prov. 19. 15. and an idle soul shall suffer A. Jer. ••&. 9. he is like to die for A. where he is 42. 14. we shall see no war, nor have A. of bread Lam. 2. 19. that faint tor A. in the top of every street 4. 9. are better than they tliat be slain with A. Ezek. 34. 29. they shall be no more consum. with A. Luke 15. 17. have bread enough, and 1 perish with A. 2 Cor. 11. 27. I have been in A. and thirst, in fastings y?ei'. 6. 8. and power was given them to kill with /i.

HUNGER, Verb. Devt. 8. 3. he suffered thee to A. and fed with manna Isa. 49. 10. they shall not A. nor thirst, nor sun smite Mat. 5. 6. blessed are they that h. Luke 6. CI . I, like 6. 25. woe to you who are full, for ye shall A. Join 6. .35. he that cometh to nie shall never A. Horn. 12. 20. therefore if thine enemy A. feed him 1 Cor. 4. 11. we both A. and thirst, and are naked 11. 34. and if any man A. let him eat at home Itev. 7. 16. they sliall A. no more, neitlier tliirst

HUNGER-A(«en. Joi 18. 12. his strength shall be h.-iit. destraction

HUNGERED. Mat. 4. 2. he was afterwards an A. Luke 4. 2. 12. 1. hisdiscip. wtiean A. and beganto pluck ears 3. what David did when he was an A. iuanl-2. 25. 21. 18. now as he returned into the city he A. 25. 35. for I was an A. and j'e gave me meat 37. L. when saw we thee an A. and fed thee ? 44. 42. for I was an A. and ye gave me no meat Luke 6. 3. what David dicf when himself was au A . HUNGRY.

1 'Sam. 2. 5. and they that were A. ceased

2 Sam. 17. 29. the people is A. weary, and thirsty 2 KingsT. 12. they know that we be A. therefore Jill) 5. 5. whose harvest the A. eateth up and taketh it

22. 7. thou hast withhohlen bread from the A. 24. 10. they take away the sheaf from the h. Psal. 50. 12. if I were A. I would not tell thee 107. 5. A. and thirsty, their soul fainted in them

9. for he flileth the A. soul with goodness 36. and there he maketh the A. to dwell

H6. 7. hope is in Lord who giveth food to the A. Prov. 6. .30. if he steal to satisfy his soul when he is A. 25.21. if thine enemy be A. give him bread to eat

27. 7. to the A. soul every bitter thing is sweet Isa. 8. 21. they shall pass thro' it, hardly bestead

and A. when they shall be A. they shall fret

themselves 9. 20. he shall snatch on the right hand, and be A. 29. 8. it shall even be as when a A. man dreametli 32. 6. to make empty the soul of the A. 44. 12. yea, he is A. and his strength faileth 58. 7. is it not to deal thy bread to the A. .'

10. and if thou draw out thy soul to the A.

65. 13. my servants shall eat, butye shall be A. F.tek. 18. 7. hath given his bread to the A. 16. Mark 11.12.when were come from Betliany hewasA. Luke 1. 53. he hath filled the A. with good things Acts 10. 10. Peter became very A. would have eaten 1 Cor. 11. 21. one is A. and another is drunken Phil 4. 12. I know how to be full and to be A.

HUNT. Hunting has been called a kind of an apprentice- ship to war, and an imitation of it. Nimrotl was a mighty hunter before the LonI, Gen. 10. 9. Some think he did good with his hunt- ing, served his country by ridding it of th» wild beasts which did infest it, and so insinu- ated himself into the affections of his neigh- bours, md got to be their prince. Vlhers think, under pretence of hunting, Ae fathered men under his command, and by their help estab- lished a tyrannical and absolute power over men : He k

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t violent invader of his neighhours' rights mid properties, and a persecutor of tnnoceiit nie>i ; larryiug all before him, and endeaiuuring lo make all his own by force and violence. TAe prophets sometimes express war under the name of hunting. Jer. 16. 16. 1 will send lor many hunters, and they shall hunt them tioiii every mountain, and trom every hill, and out of the holes ot the rocks. He speaks of the Chaldeans or Persians, who took the .lews, and held them under their dominion. Some are of opinion, that the hunters mentioned by Jeremiati are the Persians, who set the Hebrews at liberty, and, in a more elevated sense, the Apostles, who viere as hunters, that endeavoured to take men with their preaching. Micah complains that every one lays ambuscades for his neighbour, and that otie brother hunts after another to destroy him. Mic. 7. 2. They all lie in wait tor blood, they hunt every man his brother with a net. Ezekiel inveighs against the false prophetesses, uho place cushions under the elbows of sinners, thereby promising them ease and security, while really they were spreading a net as hunters do, to catch the prey and devour it, Ezek. 13.

18. 20.

Gen. 27. t 3. now therefore go /;. me some venison

5. Esau went to field to h. venison, and 1 Sam. 26. 20. as when one doth /;. a partridge Job 38. 3y. wilt thou h. the prey for the lion ? P*. HO. U. evil shall//, violent man tooverth.him /'roc. 6.26. the adulteress will h. for the precious life Jtr. 16. 16. they shall h. them from every mountain Xjtm. 4. lb. they h. our steps that we cannot go Jiiek. 13. 18. will ye h. the souls of my people ?

20. pillows wherewith j'e there h. the souls Mic. 7. 2. they h. every man his brother with a net

Ht'MED. Cen. 27- + SS. where is he that hath h. venison .' Ji.zek. 13. 21. shall be no more in your hand to be h.

HUNTER, ,s. Gen. 10. 9. he was a mighty /(. before the Ld. where- fore it is said, even as fiimrod the mighty /;.

25. 27. Esau was a cunning h. a man of the field J^rov. 6. 5. deliver as a roe trom the hand of the h. Jer. 16. 16. and after will I send for many h.

UUNTEST. 1 Sam. 24. 11. yet thou h. my soul to take it Job 10. 16. thou h. me as a fierce lion, asain sheivest

ilUNTETH. Lev. 17. 13. which //. and catcheth any beast

HUNTING. Gen. 27. 30. that Esau his brother came in from h. J^rov. 12. 27. roasteth not that which he took in h.

HUUL. Num. 35. 20. if A. at him by lying in wait that he die

HURLEIH. JobZ(. 21. and as a storm h. him out of his place

HURLING. 1 Chr. 12. 2, could use right hand and left in h. stones

HURT, Substantive. Gen. 4. 23. for 1 have slain a young man to my //.

26. 29. make a covenant, that thou wilt do us no h. 31. 29. it is in the power of my hand to do you h.

J(/.fA.24.20.if forsake, then will he turn and do you A.

1 Sam. 20. 21. there is peace to thee, and no h. 24. 9. saying, behold, David seeketh thy h.

C Sa7n. 18. 32. that rise to do A. be as that young man

2 Kings 14. 10. for why shouldest thou meddle to thy

h. that thou shouldest fall .' 2 Chrvn. 25. 19. Ezra 4. 22. ^\ hy damage grow to the A. of kings i Esth. 9. 2. to lay hands on such as sought their h. Psal. 15. 4. that sweareth to his h. and changeth not 35. 4. brought to confusion that devise my //. 70. 2. 26. let them be ashamed that rejoice at my h. 38. 12. seek my h. speak mischievous things ag. me 41. 7. against me do they devise my h. 71. 13. be covered with reproach that seek my h. 24. they are brought to shame that seek my h. Eccl. 5. 13. riches kept for the owners to their h. 8. 9. one man ruleth over another to his own h. Jer. 6.14. have healed h. of my people slightly ,8.11.

7. 6. neither walk after other gods to your h.

8. 21.. for the //. of my people am 1 h. 1 am black 10. 19. woe is me for my h. my w ound is grievous

24. 9. w'ill deliver them to be removed for their h.

25. 6. provoke me not, and 1 will do you no h. 7. that ye might jirovoke me to your own /;.

38. 4. seeketh not welfare of this people, but the h. J)an. 3. 25. they have no A. || 6. 22. 1 have done no A.

6. 23. and no manner of A. was fouml upon him Acts 27.10. that this voyage will be with A.l perceive

H U III , participle. Exod. 22. 10. if a beast he A. no man seeing it

14. if it be h. and die the owner thereof not with it 1 ■'iani. 25. 15. the men were good and we were not A. £cc/.10.9.whoso removeth stones shall be A. therew. Jer. 8. 21. for the h. of my people am 1 A. 1 am black liev. 2. 11. overcomes, shall not be A. of second death

HURl', Verb. Gen. 31. 7. but God suffered him not to A. me Exod. 21. 22. if men strive and A. woman with child

35. if one man's ox A. another's that die, shall sell Num. 16. 15. neither have I A. one of them 1 Sam. 25. 7. thy shepherds with us, we A. them not Job .35. 8. thy wickedness may A. a man as thou art Psal. 105. 18. whose feet A. with fetters, laid in iron Isa. 11. 9. they shall not A. nor destroy in all my holy

mountain, earth full of knowledgcof Lord, 65. 25.

27. 3. lest any A. it, I will keep it night and day Dan. 6. 22. that the lions have not h. me Markld. 18. any deadly thing, itshall notA. them i?/Xe4.35.thedevil came outof him, and A. him not

10. 19. and nothing shall by any means A. you Acts 18. 10. no man shall set on thee to A. thee Jiev. 6. 0. see thou A. not the oil and the wine

7. 2. to whom it was given to A. earth and sea 3. saying, A. not the earth, neither the sea

9. 4. they should not A. the grass of the earth 10. and their power was to A. men five months

19. and had heads, and with them they do A.

11. 5. if any A. them, fire proceedetb out of mouth

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HURTFUL. Ezra 4. 15. shalt find that this city is A. to kings Ps. 144. 10. who deliveieth David from the A. sword 1 Tim. 6. 9. they tliat will be rich fall into h. lusts

HURTING. 1 Sam. 25. 31. Lord who hath kept me from h. thee

HUSBAND. Gen. 20. + 3. dead man, for she is married to a A. Exod. 4. 25. surely a bloody A. art thou to me, 26. 21. 22. as the woman's A. will lay upon him Lev. 19. 20. that is betrothed to a A. Deut. 22. 23. 21. 3. his sister who had hath no A. Ezek. 44. £5. ISJum. .30. 6. if she had at all an h. when she vowed Deut. 22. 22. lying with a woman married to a h.

24. 3. and if tne latter A. hate her or die

4. her former A. may not take her airain to wife

25. 5. and perform the duty of a A. hrotlierto her 28. 56. her eye shall be evil toward A. of her bosom

Judg. 20. 4. the A. of the woman slain, answered Rulhi.5. Elimelech, Naomi's A. died, she was left

12. 1 am too old to have an A. if 1 should have a A. Jer. 6. 11. the A. with the wife shall be taken

31. .32. although 1 was a A. to them, saith the Lord Joel 1. 8. girded with sackcloth for A. of her vouth Mat. 1. 16. and .lacob begat .loseph the A. of"Maiy Luke 2. .36. she had lived with a A. seven years John 4. 17. I have no h. hast well said, 1 have no A. Horn. 7. 2. if A. be dead, she is loosed from her A. 3.

1 Cor. 7. 3. let the A. render to the wife due bene-

volence, and likewise also the wife to the A. 4. also the A. hath not power of his own body

11. and let not the A. putaway his wife

13. the woman who hath a A. that believeth nof

14. unbelieving A. is sanctified by the wife, and

unbefieving wife is sanctified by the h.

2 Cor. 11. 2. for I have espoused you to one A. Gal. 4. 27. more children than she who hath a A. Eph. 5. 23. the A. is head of wife, as Christ of church 1 Tim. 3. 2. bishop be blameless, A. of one wife. Tit.

i^er HUSBAND. [1.6.

Gen. 3. 6. Eve did eat of the fruit, and gave to tier A. 16.3. Sarai Abram's wifegave HagartoA. A. Abr. Lev. 21. 7. not take a woman put away from herh. Num. 5. 13. if it be hid fiom the eyes of her A.

27. if she have done trespass against her h.

29. whenonegoelh aside to another instead of A. A. 30. 7. and A. A. heard it, and held his peace, 11, 14.

8. if Aer A. disallow her on the day he heard it

10. and if she vowed in her h. house or bound

12. if her A. hath utterly made them void on day

13. her h. may establish it, or may make it void Deut. 21. 13. thou shalt go in unto her, and he herh.

25. 5. her A. brother shall go in unto her, and take

11. the wife drawcth near to deliver her A. Judg. 13. 6. then the woman came and told her A.

9. but Manoah her A. was not with her

10. the woman made haste, and shewed her A. 19. 3. her A. arose and went after her, to speak

l{uth 1. 5. ISaomi left of her two sons and her A.

9. find rest each of you in the house of her h.

2. 1. N aomi had kinsman other A. a man of wealth

1 Sam. 1. 8. then said Elkanah her A. to her, 23. 22. she said unto her A. I w ill not go up till child

2. 19. when she came up with Aer A. to ofter sacrifice 4. 19. she heard that her father and her h. were dead

21. because of her h. || 25. 19. she told not her A.

2 Sam. 3. 15. Ish-bosheth sent and took her from A. A. 16. her h. went with her along weepin" behind her

11. 26. when the wife of Uriah heard that her A.

was dead, she mourned for her A.

2 Kings 4.9. she said to her A. behold, now I perceive

14. verily she hath no child, and her A. Isold

22. she called unto her A. and said, send me one Prov. 12. 4. a virtuous wife is a crown to her h.

31. 11. the heart of Aer h. doth safely trust in her

23. her h. is known in the gates among the elders

28. her A. also risetli up, and lie praisetli her Jer. 3. 20. surely as a wife departeth from her A. Ezek. 16. .'52. who taketh strangers instead of her h.

45. that loatlieth her A. and her children, thou art Has. 2. 2. she is not niv wife, neither am 1 her A. Mat. 1.19. now .losepli her h. being a just man MarkVS. 12. if a woman shall putaway herh. Luke 16. 18. w hoso marrielh her ])ut away from A. A. Acts 5. 10. and carrying her forth, burled her by

her h. Bom. J. 2. is bound by law to A. A. so long as he liveth

3. if A«r A. be dead, she is free from that law

1 Cor. 7. 2. and let every woman have her own A.

10. let not the wife depart from her A.

11. let her remain unmar. or be reconciled to herh. .34. is married, caret!) how she may jilease her A. 39. is bound by the law as long as her A. liveth

Eph. 5. .33. and the wife see that she reverence her A. liev. 21. 2. prepared as a bride adorned for her h.

iiyw HUSBAND. Gen. '29. 32. now therefore my h. will love me

.34. now this time will my A. be joined to me 30. 15. is it small matter that thou hast taken my //..'

18. because I have given my maiden to my A.

20. Leah said, now will my A. dwell with me Veut. 25.7. my A. brother refuseth to raise a name 2'J>aOT.14. 5. am a widow, my A. is dead, 2 Kings 4. 1.

7. shall not leave to my A. a name on the earth Has. 2. 7. shall say, will go and return to j>:y first A.

1 16. in that day thou shalt call me tny A. Thy HUSBAND. Gen. 3. 16. thy desire .shall be to thy A. he shall rule Num. 5. 19. with another instead of thy h. 20. Jicdg. 14. 15. theysaid to Samson's wife, entice thy A. Ruth 2. 11. done to thy mother since death of thy A.

2 Kings 4. 26. and say to her, is it well with thy h ? Isa. 54. 5. thy Maker is thy A. the Lord is his name John 4. 16. go call thy A. || 18. he is not thy h. Acts 5. 9. the feet of them that have burled thy A.

1 C(>r. 7. 16. knowest whether thou shalt save thy h.

HUSBANDMAN. Gen. 9. 20. Noah began to be an A. and plant, viney. Jer. 51. 23. with thee will 1 break in pieces the A. Amos 5. 16. alas ! Iliey shall call the A. to mourning /.ech. 13.5. he shall say, 1 am no prophet, 1 am a A. John 15. 1. 1 am the true vine, my lather is the A.

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G T»«. 2. 6. the A. that laboureth must be first partak. Jam. 5. 7. A. waiteth for the precious fruit of earth

HUSBANDMEN. 2 Kings 25. 12. he left of the poor to be A. Jer. 52. 16. 2 Chron. 26. 10. Uzziah had A. also in Carmel Jer. 31. 24. and there shall dwell in .ludah itself A. ./(»e/l.ll. be ashamed, Oye A. howl. Ovine-dress. Mat. 21 . 33. he let it out to h. Mark 12.2. Luke 20. 9.

.34. sent his servants to A. Mark 12. 2. Luke 20. 10.

.38. when A. saw the son, Mark 12. 7. Luke 20. 14.

4il. when he conieth, what will he do to those h.'f

41. he will let out his vineyard to other A. Mark 12. 2. he might receive from the A. of the fruit

9. he will come and destroy the A. and give viney.

HUSBANORY.

2 CAr. 26. 10. L^zziah had husoandmen, for loved A.

Job 1. + 3. .fob had a very great A.

1 Cor. 3. y. ye are (Jod's A. ye are God's building

HUSBANDS. Buth 1 . 11 . are there more sons, they may be your A..'

13. would ye stay for them from having A..' £«A. 1. 17. so they shall despise their A. in their eyes

20. the wives shall give to their A. honour Jer. 29. 6. and give your daughters to A. Ezek. 16. 45. which loathed their A. and their child. John 4. 18. thou hast had five A. he not thy husband XCor. 14. 35. let them ask their A. at home Eph. 5. 22. wives, submit yourselves to your A. 24.

25. A. love your wives, even as f'hrist also loved

the churcli, and gave himself for it. Col. 3. 19.

Col. 3. 18. wives, submit yourselves to your own A.

1 Tim. 3. 12. let the deacons be the A. of one wife

Tit. 2. 4. teach young women to love their h,

5. to be chaste, obedient to their own A.

1 Pet. 3. 1. ye wives, be in subjection to your own A. 7. ye A. dwell with them according to knowledge

HUSK, S. Num. 6. 4. from the kernels even to the A.

2 Kings i. 42. biought full ears of corn in A. thereof Luke 15. 16. would fain have filled his belly with A.

HYMN, S.

Mat. 26. 30. when they had sung an A. Mark 14. 26.

Eph. 5. 19. speaking to yourselves in psalms and A.

Col. 3. 16. admonishing one another in iisaluisand A. HYPOCRISY

Comes from the Greek, i,7roKp«Tir : It is a coun- terfeiting religion and virtue ; an affectation of the name, joined with a disaffection to the thing ; or, the having a form of godliness with deny- ing the power of it. Thus he is a hypocrite who feigns to be what he is 7iot, uiho puts on a false person, like the actors in tragedies and come- dies. Our Saviour frequently accused the Phari- sees of hypocrisy, Mat. 23. 13, 14, ifc. Their character is drawn out in that chapter ; as, (1) 'J hey say and do not, verse 3. their practice was not agreeable to their doctrine, and therefore their example wat not to be imitated ; for they imposed many strict injunctions, over and ahoi e what the law required, and severely exacted obedience thereto from others, but did not observe the least part thereof themselves, verse i. (2) IVhat good things they did, were only for ostentation, to be seen of men, verse 5. (3) They ambitiously affected titles, vaifi applause, and the precedency at enter- tainments, verse 6—12. (4) They hid their cry- ing sins under the colourable appearance of vir- tues, and pretended to holiness, that they might sin with less suspicion and more security, verse

14. These our Saviour compares to whited sepul- chres, that within contain sordid dust and rotten- ness, verses 27, 28. (5) They were exact in light matters, they tithed mint and cummin, but neglected substantial duties: They were zealous in the outward parts of religious worship, and neglected righteousness and mercy, thinking to compensate their defects in the duties of oyie table, by strictly observing the duties of the other, verses 23, 24. (6) They studied rather an external purity, than the inward parity of the heart, verse 25. (7) These hypocritical Scribes and Pharisees pretended a great deal of respect to the ancient prophets, and to disallow what their fathers did to them, and yet were as ready to practise- the like themselves to Christ and his apostles, verses 29, .30, 31. (8) Hypocrites pray to God only in the time of sicktiess and danger, when by their afflic- tions they are driven to it, but shew no love to prayer or delight in God in time of prosperity, .lob 27. 8, 9, 10. (9) They judged and censured others severely for smaller faults, heing in the mean time themselves guilty of greater crimes, Jlat. 7-. 5. (10) They were more for outward ceremoJiies and human traditions than for the true and spiritual worship of God, Mat. 12. 1, 2, 7. 1 15. 2, 7, 8, 9. (11) In worldly affairs they were quick-sighted, iwt so in .spiritual and hea- venly tbi?igs, Mark 3. 4. (12) Hyixicritcs in

^fblic calamities are fearful, Isa. .3.3. 14. AfV sin of hypocrisy is difficultly cured, in that it is iu>t easily discovered by men, and does not ex- pose 10 shame, but is subservient to many carnal ends- Men cannot dive into the hearts of others, ami cannot discern between the paint of hypocrisy and the life of holiness. Hypocrisy also turns the means of salvation into poisim; for the fre- V'ctit exercise of religious duties, which is the means to sanctify others, confirms and hardetis 5iypocrites. The effectual means to cure it, is a stedfast belief of the pure and all-seeing eye of God ; who sees sin uiierever it is, and will bring it intojndgment. A hypocrite 7nay hide his sin. from the eyes of others, an.d sometimes from his own conscience, but can never impose upon God. The stedfast belief of this truth will cause frequent and solemn thoughts of God, as our Inspector and Judge : Our Saviour makes use of it as an argument against hypo- crisy. Luke 12. 1 , 2, 3. Beware ye of the leav en of the Pharisees, which is hypocrisy. For thoro is nothing covered that shall not be revealed; neither hid that shall not be known, &c,

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tta. 32. 6. his heart will work iniquity, to practise A. AJat. SS. 28. within ye are full of A.' and iniquity Ulari 12. 15. he knowing their /i. said unto them Xk*« 12.1. bewaie of leaven of Pharisees.which isA. 1 Tim. 4.2. S(>eakine: lies in A. their conscience seared Ja»i.3.17.wisdom from above is pure and without A.

HYPOCRlSlliS. 1 Pet. 2. 1. wherefore laying aside all malice and /(.

HYPUCHIIE. Jo6 8. 13. and the A. hope shall perish

1:5. l(i. for an A. shall not come before him

17. 8. the innocent shall stir up himself against A. 20. 5. and the joy of the A. is but for a moment £7. 8. what is the hope of the A. tho' he hath gained 34.30. that the A. reian not, lest the people be snared

Pror. 11.9- an A. with liis mouth destroy, neighbour Jsa. 9. 17- for every one is an h. and an evil doer Mat. 7. 5. thou A. first cast out the beam out of eye Luke 6. 42. thou A. cast beam out of thy own eye

13. 15. thou A. doth not each one loose his ox ? HYPOCRITES. Job 15. 34. the congregation of A. shall be desolate

36. 13. but the A. In heart heap up wrath Jsa. 33. 14. fcarfulness hath surprised the A. Mat. fi. 2. do not sound a trumpet, as the A. do

5. when thou prayest, thou snalt not be as A. are 16. moreover, when ye fast, be not as the li.

15. 7. ye A. well did Esaias prophesy, Mark 7. 6. K"). 3. O ye h. ye can discern the face of sky, but can ye not discern the signs of times riuite 12. 50. 22. 18. but .lesus said, why tempt ye me, ye h.f £3. 13. woe unto you, scribes and Pharisees, A. ye shut up kingd. against men, 14, 15,23,25,27,29. 24. 51. shall appoint him his portion with the A.

Luke 11. 44. woe unto you, scribes and Pharisees, h. HY'POCKMTCAL.

Ps. 35. 16. with //. mockers in feasts, they gnashed

Isa. 10. 6. 1 will send him asaiustanA. nation HYSSOP

Is an herh rery geneTally knoun, and in Hebrew called Esob. Jt uas commonly made use of in purification instead of a sprinkler : Thus God commanded the Jlebrews, when they came out of Egypt, to take a bunch of hyssop, to dip it in the blood of the Paschal lamb, and sprinkle the lintel and two side-posts uith it, Exod. 12. 22. Sometimes they added a Utile wool to it, of a scarlet colour. So in the puiification of lepers, they dipped a bunch composed of hyssop, the branches of ctdar, and red jiool, in water, mingled uith the blood of a bird, and with it sprinkled the leper. Lev. 14. 4, &c.

David alludes to these ceremonial purifications. Psal. 51. "• Purge me with hyssop, and 1 shall be clean : that is. As lepers and other UTulean persons are by thy apptfintment purified by theuse of hyssop and other things, so do thmi cleanse me, a most leprous and polluted creature, by thy grace, and by the virtue of the blood of Christ, uhich is represent- ed and signified by those ceremonial usages.

Hyssop If a shrub, rchich shoots out abundance of suckers from one root only: it is as hard as any large wood, and grows about a foot and a half high. At particular distances on both sides of its stock it pushes out longish leaves, which are hard, odoriferous, warm, and a little bitter to the taste. The blossom of it appears at the top of the stem, of an azure colour, and like an ear of com. There are two sorts of it, the garden, and mountain hyssop. It is very probable that hyssop gro-j;s to a very great height in .1 udea, since it is said in the gospel, that the soldiers having filled a spunge with vinegar, they put it upon a stick of hyssop, and presented it to our Saviour's mouth, who was then upon the cross, John 19. 29.

Eiod. 12. 22. ye shall take a bunch of A. and dip it

Lev. 14.4. take cedar- wood, scarlet, and A. 6, 49,51. 52. shall cleanse the house with the A. and scarlet

J

1 Kings 4. 33. from the cedar-tree even unto the A.

Psal. 51. 7. purge me with A. and 1 shall be clean

John 19.29. they filled a spunge, and put it on A.

Heb. 9. 19. he took blood witli h. and sprinkled

people

I.

I ts reftrred a) To God, to set forth, [1] The dig- nity of his person, Psal. 81. 10. Isa. 45. 5, 6. [2] His great power and might. Gen. 17. 1. [3] IJis eternal and unchangeable being in himself, ExckI. 3. 14. [4] "J'he certainty of his promises and threatenings, Exod. 6. 2. Num. 14. .35. (II) To the Sort of (iod. [1] IWore his manifestation in the flesh. Cant. 2. 1. [21 When manifested, Mark 14. 62. Luke 24. .39. (ill) To the Holy Ghost, Acts 10. 20. (IV) To the church. Cant. 2. 16. 1

6. 3. (V) To the good angels, Luke 1. 19. | 2. 10. Kev. 22. 9. (VI) To evil angels, 1 Kings 22. 21, 22. (V 1 1 ) 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, Jlic. 3. 8. Mat. 21. 30. (VIII) To the creatures, Num. 22. 30. Judg. 9. 9, 11, 1.3.

G««.6.17. behold 7, even 7, do bring a flood on earth 9. 9. 7, behold I, establish my covenant with you .34. .30. 7shall be destroyed, 7 and my house 37. 10. shall 7, thy moth, and brethr. come to bow ? .30. the child is not, and I, whither shall 7 go ? 39. 9. there is none greater in this house than 7

J'rod. 3. 11. w;ho am 7, tliat 7should go to Pharaoh ' 9. 27- L. is righteous, 7 and my people are wicked 14. 17. and 7, behold 7, will harden the hearts

18. 6. 7 thy father-in-law .lethro am come to thee 31. 6. 7, 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 .lesus

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 llev. 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

.lACINlH.

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

.lANGLING. 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.

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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.

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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

IN 11 KRir /««

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

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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«

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'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.

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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

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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

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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.

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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

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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

264

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

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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

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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 him