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smith's bible dictionary 1884 - Salt Lake Bible College

smith's bible dictionary 1884 - Salt Lake Bible College

smith's bible dictionary 1884 - Salt Lake Bible

  • Page 2 and 3: Smith's Bible Dictionary Author(s):
  • Page 4 and 5: Z Indexes Index of Scripture Refere
  • Page 6 and 7: Smith’s Bible Dictionary William
  • Page 8 and 9: Aaron (a teacher, or lofty), the so
  • Page 10 and 11: Abdiel (the servant of God), son of
  • Page 12 and 13: Abia, Course Of the eighth of the 2
  • Page 14 and 15: Abihu (he (God) is my father), the
  • Page 16 and 17: • Father of one of the twelve chi
  • Page 18 and 19: Abomination Of Desolation Mentioned
  • Page 20 and 21: years in his original residence at
  • Page 22 and 23: Achan (troubler), an Israelite of t
  • Page 24 and 25: Adadah (festival or boundary), one
  • Page 26 and 27: Adamant the translation of the Hebr
  • Page 28 and 29: Adina (slender), one of David’s c
  • Page 30 and 31: Adonizedek (lord of justice), the A
  • Page 32 and 33: Adultery (Exodus 20:14) The parties
  • Page 34 and 35: of glory,” (Proverbs 16:31; 20:29
  • Page 36 and 37: he showed by building an ivory hous
  • Page 38 and 39: Ahaziah But Ahaz had to purchase th
  • Page 40 and 41: Ahiam son of Sharar the Hararite (o
  • Page 42 and 43: Ahinoam (brother of grace, i.e. gra
  • Page 44 and 45: Aholibamah Or Abolibamah (my tabern
  • Page 46 and 47: Akan (sharp sighted), son of Ezer,
  • Page 48 and 49: Alexandria, Or Alexandria (from Ale
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    Alphabet [Writing] Alphaeus (changi

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    defeated them near Hormah. (Numbers

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    • A descendant of Simeon (1 Chron

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    • The chief of the 112 sons of Uz

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    (3:10) with the Jordan valley on th

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    Anaiah (whom Jehovah answers). •

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    • One of the “heads of the peop

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    titles and agencies belonging to ea

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    • Spiritual anointing with the Ho

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    first called Christians (Acts 11:26

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    Aphik (strong), a city of Asher fro

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    Early in our Lord’s ministry he s

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    Ar (a city), or Ar of Moab, one of

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    • In northern and western Arabia

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    Arbah Hebron, or Kirjath-Arba, as

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    Areli (heroic), a son of Gad. (Gene

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    with gold, the mercy-seat was place

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    lighter missile or “dart.” see

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    Arodites [Arod] Aroer (ruins). •

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    Asahel to (2 Chronicles 14:8) to 58

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    Asenath (worshipper of Neith), daug

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    Ashnah the name of two cities, both

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    Aspalathus the name of some sweet p

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    • Original peopling.—Scripture

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    Ater • A place on the (south?) bo

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    more dazzling by the transparent cl

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    Atroth Attai and to cleanse them fr

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    • The people of Avva, among the c

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    Azaz Azaziah • The high priest in

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    • The father of Jeziel and Pelet,

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    Baal geographical. This word occurs

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    • BAAL-HANAN. a. The name of one

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    which could be traced in his time.

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    Hinnom or ravine below Mount Zion.

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    Balamo [Baal, Geogr. No. 6] Balance

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    of ablution in the religious rites

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    Bartholomew (son of Tolmai), one of

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    Basmath (fragrant, pleasing), a dau

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    Bealiah (Jehovah is lord), a Benjam

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    Bedeiah one of the sons of Bani, in

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    The five lesser wells are in a grou

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    Belshazzar (prince of Bel), the las

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    Beninu (our son), a Levite; one of

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    Berachiah (blessed of Jehovah), a G

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    Besom a brush or broom of twigs for

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    Bethbirei (house of my creation), a

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    Bethhaccerem (house of the vine). (

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    Bethphage (g hard) (house of figs)

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    Bezai (conqueror). “Children of B

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    in Egypt, in 1628. It date back to

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    Bilgai (Nehemiah 10:8) [Bilgah, 2]

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    Bishopric the district over which t

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    is mentioned in the genealogy of Ch

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    • In his catalogue of the cities

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    Bukki • Metaphorically of any sim

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    Burnt Offering The word is applied

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    Cage The term so rendered in (Jerem

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    the animal draws as the wants of hi

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    not moulded, but “of beaten work,

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    The only interest attaching to Cape

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    • Some were left in Samaria, ming

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    Casiphia (silvery, white), a place

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    Censer A small portable vessel of m

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    were priests, magicians or astronom

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    Chebel (cord), one of the singular

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    Cherub, Cherubim The symbolical fig

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    Chillon (pining, sickly), the son o

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    land which yet was a vital point of

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    the 3140 members of which the Churc

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    Cities Of Refuge six Levitical citi

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    promise without performance. (Prove

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    Colosse more properly Colos’sae,

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    (Numbers 10:3) The people were stri

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    Corinthians are addressed. [EPISTLE

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    on the island. St. Paul, on the ret

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    truth discoverable by man, is one o

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    foot separately, or possibly throug

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    New Testament were often no doubt f

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    and genius placed him at the head o

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    Dan the north and the Awaj, which f

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    interpreting dreams, on the occasio

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    Darius (lord), the name of several

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    life has come down to us—his conf

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    The outrage on his daughter Tamar,

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    to the qualifications for and the d

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    days, but it did not require attend

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    outward signs are sometimes referre

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    • The delivery of the law as writ

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    sion of Moab. (Isaiah 15:2; Jeremia

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    the occupation of Jerusalem by Pomp

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    the dog being an unclean animal, (I

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    enunciated by St. Paul in (1 Corint

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    a tunic furnished with sleeves and

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    ing fuel in Syria, Arabia and Egypt

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    Hebrew language discriminates betwe

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    Ebedmelech (a king’s servant), an

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    Eder (pleasure). • The first resi

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    Education There is little trace amo

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    • Ehud son of Gera, of the tribe

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    Elasah (whom God made). • A pries

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    • A Merarite Levite, son of Mahli

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    Eliadah father of Rezon, the captai

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    • Another of the same guard. (1 C

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    Samaria. Again Elijah suddenly appe

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    Eliphaz (God is his strength). •

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    struck blind, and he misleads them

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    Elkosh (God my bow), the birthplace

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    Elzaphan (whom God protects), secon

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    In the centre, round the tabernacle

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    of a prophetic life spent in immedi

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    Ephai (gloomy), a Netophathite, who

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    taken a high position in the nation

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    Er (watchful). • First-born of Ju

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    Jonathan were overthrown. (Judges 7

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    code of doctrines. There were isola

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    Ethbaal (with Baal), king of Sidon

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    Eurcquila the word used in the Revi

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    and by the indulgence of the person

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    disciples (Luke 10:17-19) and was,

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    Ezra (help), called Esdras in the A

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    Fable A fable is a narrative in whi

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    Fat have been accompanied with the

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    Ferret one of the unclean creeping

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    Fir (Dr. Thomson), and it was not s

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    • A cake of the first dough that

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    Flesh [Flood] Flint a well-known st

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    • In a more special sense, in (1

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    plague of frogs is described, and t

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    Gaal (contempt), son of Ebed, aided

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    Gaddi (fortunate), son of Susi; the

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    (the heap of witness), the name giv

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    Gall sparkling look. It abounds in

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    frequently to the latter. The Jews

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    chambers over the gateway. (2 Samue

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    ently those lying near to and along

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    • Son of Hilkiah, was made the be

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    or time, as contemporaries, (Genesi

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    ancestor of Shimei who cursed David

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    Gethsemane (an oil-press), a small

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    • Gibeah of Saul. This is not men

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    Gidom (desolation), a place named o

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    • The “king of the nations of G

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    Gleaning The gleaning of fruit tree

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    Gold Gold was known from the very e

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    comparing these four books one with

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    of an army, (2 Chronicles 32:21) an

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    • The two exceptions noticed abov

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    Hadad (mighty), originally the indi

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    Hagaba (locust). Bene Hagaba were a

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    on occasions of festivity or hospit

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    from this time it ceased to be a pl

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    • Another of the chief laymen on

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    Handicraft (Acts 18:3; 19:25; Revel

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    • The “hangings”; were used f

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    Harbona (ass-driver), the third of

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    point to which the victorious Israe

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    Hashabniah (whom Jehovah regards).

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    Hauran (caverns), a province of Pal

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    Hazer topographically, seems genera

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    forms the oven. The cakes baked “

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    Hebron • Contents .—With respec

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    Helah (rust), one of the two wives

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    esurrection, divided into two parts

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    Hepherites, The the family of Hephe

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    at this time, it is generally conce

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    greedy, thick kneed, high-flying mi

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    Hezir (Swine). • A priest in the

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    coat was a tunic or long skirt of l

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    gentleness, (Proverbs 5:19) feminin

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    Hizkiah (might of Jehovah), an ance

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    term debash applies to a decoction

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    Hori (cave-dweller). • A Horite,

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    Hosanna (save now). “Save, we pra

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    hospitality. The neglect of Christ

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    fire is made when required with cha

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    strangers. Sufficient allusion to h

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    • Father of Rephaiah, who was rul

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    Hyaena Authorities differ as to whe

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    Ibhar (whom God chooses), one of th

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    During their long residence in Egyp

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    • One of the heroes of David’s

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    the people were removed from the te

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    Irnahash (serpent city), a name whi

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    • The second section, chs. 49-56,

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    y the renewal of God’s promise to

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    Ishui (quiet), the second son of Sa

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    lowed by the cruel Menahem, who, be

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    Ithiel (God is with me). • A Benj

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    Izhar (oil), son of Kohath grandson

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    Jaazer, Or Jazer (Jehovah helps), a

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    Jachan Jachin (affliction), one of

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    draelon, Sisera, their general, fle

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    Jahzah (trodden down). (1 Chronicle

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    with the Virgin Mary at Nazareth by

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    (splended) The boundary of Zebulun

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    Jashubilehem (turner back for food)

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    Jecholiah (strong through Jehovah)

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    Jehiel (treasured of God), a perfec

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    Jehohanan (whom Jehovah gave), a na

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    Jehonadab (whom Jehovah impels) and

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    himself a zealous follower of the c

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    of Jehovah, who appeared to prevent

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    Jehud (praised), one of the towns o

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    avoid. (But there is no word of app

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    of the Chaldean army he showed his

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    Jeremy the prophet Jeremiah. (Matth

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    at the monarchy. He was leaving Jer

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    compared with the sultry plains of

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    hold 2,000,000 gallons. These reser

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    • The Jaffa gate, in the west wal

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    (Modern Jerusalem, called by the Ar

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    • Son of Jehozadak, first high pr

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    “Emmanuel,” “Son of David,”

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    above) and by most others. Having b

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    throughout the nations. Under the n

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    • A town in Judah, in the neighbo

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    Joah was sufficient to awaken the s

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    • A descendant of Shelah the son

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    Jobab special sin. They apply this

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    • One of the sons of Nebo, who re

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    when he forewarns them of the destr

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    The History, ch. (John 1:19; John 2

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    Jokmeam (gathered by the people), a

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    warrior, (1 Chronicles 12:2) as is

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    men of Jericho pursued the spies. (

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    prophetic dreams. Joseph, being sen

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    Joshaphat (whom Jehovah judges), th

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    perstition were still carried on; b

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    • The laws connected with the jub

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    of Judea,” “Judea.” In a wide

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    Judas Iscariot (Judas of Kerioth).

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    ut it is placed about A.D. 65. The

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    • Oppression of the Philistines,

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    Kabzeel (gathered by God), one of t

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    Kartan (double city), a city of Nap

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    Kenath (possession), one of the cit

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    Kibzaim (two heaps), a city of Moun

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    difficulty presents itself. The Jew

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    ore another, perhaps earlier, name

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    Kneadingtroughs [Bread] Knife • T

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    the same title as Psal 42, dedicate

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    (Joshua 10:3,5) They were routed by

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    Lamp • That part of the golden ca

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    Lasharon (the plain), one of the Ca

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    tiquity, we find an accommodation o

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    and charity, either at the holy pla

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    and of compulsory service, (1 Samue

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    the law was the peculiar character

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    Leather The notices of leather in t

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    ange was assigned to the Israelites

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    Lentils (Heb. ’adashim), a legumi

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    welcome death. The dread of infecti

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    and of the functions attached to it

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    written by Moses. Those critics eve

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    in the deep broad valleys of Palest

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    limited to Hebrews only, from whom,

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    Lords Day, The (Kuriake Hemera), (R

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    our daily bread is sanctified. (10)

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    Love Feasts (Agape), (2 Peter 2:13;

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    show that Luke was now left behind.

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    The fact that the Lycaonians were s

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    Maacah (oppression). • The mother

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    • Two priests of this name are me

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    formed churches. The two other book

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    had become very powerful, and a lar

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    the wise men and religious teachers

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    39:3) From the above data, may conc

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    Mahlon (sick) the first husband of

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    • Methim, “men,” always mascu

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    narcotic, causing sleep, so that th

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    Maon (habitation), one of the citie

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    especting the evangelist. It is mos

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    equality of man and wife. (5) The s

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    The last act in the ceremonial was

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    to us; those of the sons are, James

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    But the great joy and love which he

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    • A Levite, father of Zaccur and

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    translated it into Greek. No notice

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    for, but the hands of all the guest

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    Medeba (water of rest), a town on t

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    some of the monuments of Beni-Hassa

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    Meholathite, The a word occurring o

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    ut has been rendered fertile by ind

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    Meni (fate, fortune). (Isaiah 65:11

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    Reuben, Gad and Zebulun. (Joshua 21

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    dense swamp of papyrus reeds, as la

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    Meshillemoth (recompense). • An E

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    quitting Ur of the Chaldees. (Genes

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    gold was thus common, silver appear

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    • The father of Abdon, a man of h

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    • One of the princes of Jehoshaph

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    Migdalel (tower of God), one of the

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    Milk As an article of diet, milk ho

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    • One of the priests at the dedic

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    would not of itself be followed by

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    close under the Ras en-Nakhura ; bu

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    • Mizpeh, a city of Judah, (Joshu

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    scattered many ruins of ancient cit

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    Moli Mahli, the son of Merari. 1 Es

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    egard as a proper name are mentione

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    ase to enlarge the level surface fo

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    the corpse in the sand. But the peo

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    ance with this complete identificat

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    Mourning One marked feature of Orie

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    tremble and rustle with the slighte

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    antiquity is full of the praises of

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    • The dulcimer, (Daniel 3:5) a ki

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    Naam (pleasantness), one of the son

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    Nabal (fool) was a sheepmaster on t

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    Nagge one of the ancestors of Chris

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    Nail Nain and that the prophet was

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    the acknowledgment of the sovereign

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    Naum (consolation), son of Esli, an

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    a submission to the letter of the r

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    Abarim or Moab mountains, about thr

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    Eusebius and Berosus also confirm t

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    consideration of their poverty, dur

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    Nemuel Nepheg (day of God). • A R

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    • A chief of the Levites in the r

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    own. It was a day of holy convocati

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    • The appearance of the oldest MS

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    judgment. Probably there are not mo

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    faithfully the literal meaning of t

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    Niger (black) is the additional or

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    along the course of the Tigris over

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    sculptured slabs from the effects o

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    This explains the passage in Jeremi

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    190 days (40+150, comparing) (Genes

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    of its properties or otherwise we a

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    definitely, but, as we may say, pre

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    Syria and Palestine have been long

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    Obadiah (servant of the Lord), •

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    Obil (chief of the camels), a keepe

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    Ointment (An oily or unctuous subst

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    The upper and lower margins are gen

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    At other times a passage is enlarge

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    impressive events of Christian hist

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    On (abode or city of the sun), a to

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    sardonyx; white and reddish gray, t

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    Oreb, The Rock the “raven’s cra

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    perhaps the swiftest of all cursori

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    Paarai In the list of (2 Samuel 23:

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    quiring a residence of her own. The

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    • Physical features.—Palestine

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    of Bethlehem contains springs which

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    This feature is the Jordan—the on

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    the Arabian or one-humped camel, th

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    Judea, is now comparatively rare, e

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    involves really no comparison. The

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    Parmenas (abiding), one of the seve

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    For this indignity to God’s proph

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    of the head of the family. The pasc

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    lives are recorded in Scripture pre

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    that the former persecutor was soon

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    of the earthquake, the jailer’s t

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    the narrative from the third to the

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    their request, He invited them to f

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    Peacocks (Heb. tuccyyim). Among the

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    Pekod (visitation), an appellative

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    Peninnah (coral or pearl), one of t

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    Pentecost that is, the fiftieth day

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    from the serpent being his characte

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    privilege, but assisted the work by

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    tion, when on the day of Pentecost

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    admitted into the canon until the y

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    which a patriotic writer at the cou

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    Pharez (Perez, (1 Chronicles 27:3)

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    hundred years preceding the Reforma

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    Philemon, had run away from him to

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    Datum, which was probably in its or

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    time of Joshua, (Joshua 13:2) and e

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    to God. The philosophy of the Jews

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    the wise man aims is to be found, h

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    about six miles south of Tyre, to t

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    Phurah (bough), Gideon’s servant,

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    Pilate (armed with a spear), Pontiu

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    Pinon (darkness), one of the “duk

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    Pithom (the city of justice), one o

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    • The plague of the murrain of be

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    to its inhabitants. The second plag

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    Deborah and David. Judg 5; Psal 18.

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    lue, purple and scarlet, ornamented

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    Porter This word when used in the A

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    at Rome, to which St. Paul refers,

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    and the best fruits of their learni

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    • Of a special tithe every third

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    See (Acts 16:24) One of the readies

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    ordinarily (so far as we know) belo

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    class were not bound by circumcisio

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    “psalms,” i.e., lyrical pieces

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    was eventually to be manifested mus

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    half brother Magas. Ptolemy bestowe

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    11:18. Ptolemy Philometor is the la

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    (lord), a country or nation mention

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    • Precipitation, attempted in the

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    Purosh (flea). The descendants of P

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    Quails There can be no doubt that t

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    Raamah (horse’s mane), a son of C

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    Rachab Rahab the harlot. (Matthew 1

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    constitutes only one continued seas

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    Ramathaimzophim (the two heights of

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    The instruments of his work were pr

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    and specially “the sea of Suph .

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    northward then at present. An exami

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    • Kaneh, a reed of any kind. Thus

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    Rehum (merciful). • One who went

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    Rephaim, The Valley Of (1 Samuel 5:

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    Reumah (elevated), the concubine of

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    St. Paul’s ship. It was originall

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    name is still found attached to a v

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    Rogelim (fullers) the residence of

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    • The occasion which prompted it,

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    of Rome in the time of Nero, the

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    and from 4 to 6 in width, and exten

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    Ruth to be his wife, amidst the ble

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    as well as thought. (5:14) These at

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    Sabbatical Year Each seventh year,

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    (Leviticus 24:6,9) 3, The special m

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    than with those sacrifices of prais

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    Salamis (suit), a city at the east

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    The Jews appear to have distinguish

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    of the past except its name, Sebust

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    of the sacred historian, they “Fe

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    ock of Etam, in the territory of Ju

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    • But although the authorship can

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    According to the Jerusalem Gemara t

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    Sardonyx a name compounded of sard

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    of evil spirits or angels who share

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    Saw his reign he began to organize

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    The punishment employed was beating

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    for admission in the school of some

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    Lebanon, and from the range of Leba

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    more or less of salts and other mat

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    • Mount Seir, an entirely differe

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    • The father of Mattathias in the

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    known as Sharon. The name occurs th

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    valuable, and indeed indispensable,

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    in Scripture to “eat dust,” see

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    Shaaraim (two gates), a city in the

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    • One of the sons of Bani. (Ezra

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    Shammai (desolate). • The son of

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    Shashak (longing), a Benjamite, one

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    Shebah (an oath), the famous well w

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    valley,” says Dr. Robinson, “wa

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    part alone visible but on particula

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    • The same as Meshelemiah and Sha

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    • The eldest son of Obed-edom the

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    Shenazar (splendid leader), son of

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    Shephi (bareness), son of Shobal. o

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    and the Gileadites, regarding every

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    one of which makes it refer to the

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    • The Ramathite who was over Davi

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    Ship No one writer in the whole ran

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    Shiphi (abundant), a Simeonite, fat

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    Shobach (expansion), the general of

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    • Shebuel the son of Heman the mi

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    Shushaneduth (the lily of testimony

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    Silas (contracted form of Silvanus,

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    in Siloam, while one may be almost

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    to the faction of the Zealots, who

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    that in the law most of the sins wh

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    air is wonderfully clear, both for

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    with the ulterior view of her becom

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    of slaves were of a menial characte

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    ing countries; we may notice one na

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    On the one hand, the narrative of G

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    consequent foundation of cities in

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    what was true in other forms of fai

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    the seed is noticed, as the most ch

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    some which have no web, but chase t

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    almost superlative, phrases: “ful

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    in (Job 13:27; 33:11; Acts 16:24) T

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    have been a type among the Hebrews

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    having there put up “booths” (s

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    Susa (Esther 11:3; 16:18) [Shushan,

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    fragrant. The Fruit grows directly

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    and with the life and order of the

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    Lebanon possesses the greatest inte

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    Syrtis, The (Acts 27:17) in the Rev

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    Tabernacle The tabernacle was the t

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    the closest access to God. It was o

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    the people were a type of consecrat

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    meanings it stands in connection wi

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    Tabrimon (properly Tabrimmon, i.e.

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    Tahtimhodshi (lowlands of Hodshi?),

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    emonstrance two points are remarkab

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    Tarpelites, The A race of Assyrian

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    Taxes I. Under the judges, accordin

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    Tekoa, Or Tekoah (a stockade). •

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    Temani [Teman] Temanite an inhabita

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    confirmed by the statement in the b

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    and being situated on a sort of roc

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    Tent first table contained Duties t

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    Teresh (strictness), one of the two

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    were are vast treasures laid up in

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    gratitude on receiving this welcome

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    • The circumstance noted in (Acts

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    of any of the other apostles. The w

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    Thuhash (badger), son of Nahor by h

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    eputation of possessing the sterner

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    Tilon (gift), one of the four sons

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    Timothy The disciple thus named was

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    Tin St. Paul’s first and second i

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    Tirzah an ancient Canaanite city, w

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    that both his parents were Gentiles

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    Tobijah • “Tobiah the slave, th

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    of the door; when in the upper stor

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    passed over in silence, though not

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    maic, Greek, Latin, the three langu

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    of the succeeding age, after this,

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    to true and false systems. We may n

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    treasure-cities. and the buildings

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    Tryphon A usurper of the Syrian thr

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    supplies of corn and oil, ceded to

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    history of Tyre, which has never re

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    Unclean Meats These were things str

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    doves or young pigeons to be killed

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    Uri Uriah (fiery). • The father o

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    and Jehoiakim slew him with the swo

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    • One of the sons of Bigvai, who

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    Uzziah Uzziel (strength of Jehovah)

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    Vajezatha (strong as the wind), one

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    the Armenian patriarch, and Miesrob

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    • The Syriac New Testament Versio

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    from Scripture in the Homilies, the

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    London to superintend the publicati

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    mixture of barley and wine, and thu

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    Vulture The rendering in the Author

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    when the organization of the army w

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    floor of the sanctuary, and, declar

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    • The Attic talent is the standar

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    culiar to the New Testament, and ar

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    • The sakiyeh, or Persian wheel.

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    presbutides Of the early Church. Th

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    Luke 12:55) The west and southwest

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    and ardent beverages of our western

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    • In the case of the suspected wi

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    judgment to wormwood.” (Amos 5:7)

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    Syrian inscriptions. There is, howe

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    they are therefore originally rathe

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    Zabbai (pure). • One of the desce

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    in a conspiracy of which Shallum wa

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    Zamzummim (Deuteronomy 2:20) only,

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    Zaza one of the sons of Jonathan, a

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    Zebulun (a habitation), the tenth o

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    • The representative of the pries

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    Zedad (mountain side), one of the l

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    Zelah (a rib), a city in the allotm

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    Zer (flint), a fortified town in th

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    spirit God had raised to go up to b

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    • Father of Elishaphat, one of th

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    towns of Judah in (Joshua 15:31) an

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    • In the highland district, named

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    death of Moses as one (of the landm

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    Zuph a Kohathite Levite, ancestor o

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    Index of Scripture References Index

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    Index of Scripture References 36:26

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    Index of Scripture References 30:35

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    Index of Scripture References 16:1

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    Index of Scripture References 15:13

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    Index of Scripture References 3:15

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    Index of Scripture References 18:17

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    Index of Scripture References 8:13

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    Index of Scripture References 5:23

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    Index of Scripture References 25:1

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    Index of Scripture References 8:6 8

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    Index of Scripture References 20:24

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    Index of Scripture References 28:25

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    Index of Scripture References 25:15

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    Index of Scripture References 1:2 1

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    Index of Scripture References 22:10

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    Index of Scripture References 23:26

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    Index of Scripture References 1:1 1

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