R.A. Torrey’s New Topical Textbook – Bible Verses by Topics – Letter A

Alphabetical Listings

Access to God


Is of God — Ps 65:4

Is by Christ — Joh 10:7, 9; 14:6; Ro 5:2; Eph 2:13; 3:12; Heb 7:9, 25; 10:19; 1Pe 3:18

Is by the Holy Spirit — Eph 2:18

Obtained through faith — Ac 14:27; Ro 5:2; Eph 3:12; Heb 11:6

Follows upon reconciliation to God — Col 1:21,22

In Prayer — See Prayer De 4:7; Mt 6:6; 1Pe 1:17

In his temple — Ps 15:1; 27:4; 43:3; 65:4

To obtain mercy and grace — Heb 4:16

A privilege of saints — De 4:7; Ps 15:1; 23:6; 24:3,4

Saints have, with confidence — Eph 3:12; Heb 4:16; 10:19,20

Vouchsafed to repenting sinners — See Repentance Ho 14:2; Joe 2:12

Saints earnestly seek — Ps 27:4; 42:1,2; 43:3; 84:1,2

The wicked commanded to seek — Isa 55:6; Jas 4:8

Urge others to seek — Isa 2:3; Jer 31:6

Promises connected with — Ps 145:18; Isa 55:3; Mt 6:6; Jas 4:8

Blessedness connected with — Ps 16:11; 65:4; 73:28

Typified — Le 16:12-15; Heb 10:19-22

Exemplified

Moses — Ex 24:2; 34:4-7

Adoption

Explained — 2Co 6:18

Is according to promise — Ro 9:8; Ga 3:29

Is by faith — Ga 3:7,26

Is of God’s grace — Eze 16:3-6; Ro 4:16,17; Eph 1:5,6,11.

Is through Christ — Joh 1:12; Ga 4:4,5; Eph 1:5; Heb 2:10,13.

Saints predestinated to — Ro 8:29; Eph 1:5,11.

Of Gentiles, predicted — Ho 2:23; Ro 9:24-26; Eph 3:6.

The Adopted are gathered together in one by Christ — Joh 11:52.

New birth connected with — Joh 1:12,13.

The Holy Spirit is a Witness of — Ro 8:16.

Being led by the Spirit is an evidence of — Ro 8:14.

Saints receive the Spirit of — Ro 8:15; Ga 4:6.

A privilege of saints — Joh 1:12; 1Jo 3:1.

Saints become brethren of Christ by — Joh 20:17; Heb 2:11,12.

Saints wait for final consummation of — Ro 8:19,23; 1Jo 3:2.

Subjects saints to the fatherly discipline of God — De 8:5; 2Sa
7:14; Pr 3:11,12; Heb 12:5-11.

God is long-suffering and merciful towards the partakers of —
Jer 31:1,9,20.

Should lead to holiness — 2Co 6:17,18; 7:1; Php 2:15; 1Jo
3:2,3.

Should produce

Likeness to God. — Mt 5:44,45,48; Eph 5:1.

Child-like confidence in God. — Mt 6:25-34.

A desire for God’s glory. — Mt 5:16.

A spirit of prayer. — Mt 7:7-11.

A love of peace. — Mt 5:9.

A forgiving spirit. — Mt 6:14.

A merciful spirit. — Lu 6:35,36.

An avoidance of ostentation. — Mt 6:1-4,6,18.

Safety of those who receive — Pr 14:26.

Confers a new name — See Titles of Saints. Nu 6:27; Isa 62:2;
Ac 15:17.

Entitles to an inheritance — Mt 13:43; Ro 8:17; Ga 3:29; 4:7;
Eph 3:6.

Is to be pleaded in prayer — Isa 63:16; Mt 6:9.

Illustrated

Joseph’s sons. — Ge 48:5,14,16,22.

Moses. — Ex 2:10.

Esther. — Es 2:7.

Typified

Israel. –Ex 4:22; Ho 11:1; Ro 9:4.

Exemplified

Solomon. — 1Ch 28:6

Affections, The


Should be supremely set upon God — De 6:3; Mr 12:30.

Should be set

Upon the commandments of God. — Ps 19:8-10; 119:20,97,103,167.

Upon the house and worship of God. — 1Ch 29:3; Ps 26:8; 27:4;
84:1,2.

Upon the people of God. — Ps 16:3; Ro 12:10; 2Co 7:13-15; 1Th
2:8.

Upon heavenly things. — Col 3:1,2.

Should be zealously engaged for God — Ps 69:9; 119:139; Ga
4:18.

Christ claims the first place in — Mt 10:37; Lu 14:26.

Enkindled by communion with Christ — Lu 24:32.

Blessedness of making God the object of — Ps 91:14.

Should not grow cold — Ps 106:12,13; Mt 24:12; Ga 4:15; Re 2:4.

Of saints, supremely set on God — Ps 42:1; 73:25; 119:10.

Of the wicked, not sincerely set on God — Isa 58:1,2; Eze
33:31,32; Lu 8:13.

Carnal affections should be mortified — Ro 8:13; 13:14; 1Co
9:27; Col 3:5; 1Th 4:5.

Carnal affections crucified in saints — Ro 6:6; Ga 5:24.

False teachers seek to captivate — Ga 1:10; 4:17; 2Ti 3:6; 2Pe
2:3,18; Re 2:14,20.

Of the wicked, are unnatural and perverted — Ro 1:31; 2Ti 3:3;
2Pe 2:10

Afflicted, Duty Toward The


To pray for them — Ac 12:5; Php 1:16,19; Jas 5:14-16.

To sympathise with them — Ro 12:15; Ga 6:2.

To pity them — Job 6:14.

To bear them in mind — Heb 13:3.

To visit them — Jas 1:27.

To comfort them — Job 16:5; 29:25; 2Co 1:4; 1Th 4:18.

To relieve them — Job 31:19,20; Isa 58:10; Php 4:14; 1Ti 5:10.

To protect them — Ps 82:3; Pr 22:22; 31:5

Afflicted Saints


God is with — Ps 46:5,7; Isa 43:2.

God is a refuge and strength to — Ps 27:5,6; Isa 25:4; Jer
16:19; Na 1:7.

God comforts — Isa 49:13; Jer 31:13; Mt 5:4; 2Co 1:4,5; 7:6.

God preserves — Ps 34:20.

God delivers — Ps 34:4,19; Pr 12:13; Jer 39:17,18.

Christ is with — Joh 14:18.

Christ supports — 2Ti 4:17; Heb 2:18.

Christ comforts — Isa 61:2; Mt 11:28-30; Lu 7:13; Joh 14:1;
16:33.

Christ preserves — Isa 63:9; Lu 21:18.

Christ delivers — Re 3:10.

Should praise God — Ps 13:5,6; 56:8-10; 57:6,7; 71:20-23.

Should imitate Christ — Heb 12:1-3; 1Pe 2:21-23.

Should imitate the prophets — Jas 5:10.

Should be patient — Lu 21:19; Ro 12:12; 2Th 1:4; Jas 1:4; 1Pe
2:20.

Should be resigned — 1Sa 3:18; 2Ki 20:19; Job 1:21; Ps 39:9.

Should not despise chastening — Job 5:17; Pr 3:11; Heb 12:5.

Should acknowledge the justice of their chastisements — Ne
9:33; Job 2:10; Isa 64:5-7; La 3:39; Mic 7:9.

Should avoid sin — Job 34:31,32; Joh 5:14; 1Pe 2:12.

Should trust in the goodness of God — Job 13:15; Ps 71:20; 2Co
1:9.

Should turn and devote themselves to God — Ps 116:7-9; Jer
50:3,4; Ho 6:1.

Should keep the pious resolutions made during afflictions — Ps
66:13-15.

Should be frequent in prayer — See “Affliction, Prayer Under”.
Ps 50:15-17.

Should take encouragement from former mercies — Ps 27:9; 2Co
1:10.

Examples of afflicted Saints:

Joseph — Ge 39:20-23; Ps 105:17-19.

Moses — Heb 11:25.

Eli — 1Sa 3:18.

Nehemiah — Ne 1:4.

Job — Job 1:20-22.

David — 2Sa 12:15-23.

Paul — Ac 20:22-24; 21:13.

Apostles — 1Co 4:13; 2Co 6:4-10

Affliction, Consolation Under


God is the author and Giver of — Ps 23:4; Ro 15:5; 2Co 1:3;
7:6; Col 1:11; 2Th 2:16,17.

Christ is the Author and Giver of — Isa 61:2; Joh 14:18; 2Co
1:5.

The Holy Spirit is the Author and Giver of — Joh 14:16,17;
15:26; 16:7; Ac 9:31.

Promised — Isa 51:3,12; 66:13; Eze 14:22,23; Ho 2:14; Zec 1:17.

Through the Holy Scriptures — Ps 119:50,76; Ro 15:4.

By ministers of the gospel — Isa 40:1,2; 1Co 14:3; 2Co 1:4,6.

Is abundant — Ps 71:21; Isa 66:11.

Is strong — Heb 6:18.

Is everlasting — 2Th 2:16.

Is a cause of praise — Isa 12:1; 49:13.

Pray for — Ps 119:8

Saints should administer to each other — 1Th 4:18; 5:11,14.

Is sought in vain from the world — Ps 69:20; Ec 4:1; La 1:2.

To those who mourn for sin — Ps 51:17; Isa 1:18; 40:1,2; 61:1;
Mic 7:18,19; Lu 4:18.

To the troubled in mind — Ps 42:5; 94:19; Joh 14:1,27;
16:20,22.

To those deserted by friends — Ps 27:10; 41:9-12; Joh 14:18;
15:18,19.

To the persecuted — De 33:27.

To the poor — Ps 10:14; 34:6,9,10.

To the sick — Ps 41:3.

To the tempted — Ro 16:20; 1Co 10:13; 2Co 12:9; Jas 1:12; 4:7;
2Pe 2:9; Re 2:10.

In prospect of death — Job 19:25,26; Ps 23:4; Joh 14:2; 2Co
5:1; 1Th 4:14; Heb 4:9; Re 7:14-17; 14:13.

Under the infirmities of age — Ps 71:9,18

Affliction, Prayer Under


Exhortation to — Jas 5:13.

That God would consider our trouble — 2Ki 19:16; Ne 9:32; Ps
9:13; La 5:1.

For the presence and support of God — Ps 10:1; 102:2.

That the Holy Spirit may not be withdrawn — Ps 51:11.

For divine comfort — Ps 4:6; 119:76.

For mitigation of troubles — Ps 39:12,13.

For deliverance — Ps 25:17,22; 39:10; Isa 64:9-12; Jer 17:14.

For pardon and deliverance from sin — Ps 39:8; 51:1; 79:8.

That we may be turned to God — Ps 80:7; 85:4-6; Jer 31:18.

For divine teaching and direction — Job 34:32; Ps 27:11;
143:10.

For increase of faith — Mr 9:24.

For mercy — Ps 6:2; Hab 3:2.

For restoration to joy — Ps 51:8,12; 69:29; 90:14,15.

For protection and preservation from enemies — 2Ki 19:19; 2Ch
20:12; Ps 17:8,9.

That we may know the causes of our trouble — Job 6:24; 10:2;
13:23,24.

That we may be taught the uncertainty of life — Ps 39:4.

That we may be quickened — Ps 143:11

Afflictions


God appoints — 2Ki 6:33; Job 5:6,17; Ps 66:11; Am 3:6; Mic 6:9.

God dispenses, as He will — Job 11:10; Isa 10:15; 45:7.

God regulates the measure of — Ps 80:5; Isa 9:1; Jer 46:28.

God determines the continuance of — Ge 15:13,14; Nu 14:33; Isa
10:25; Jer 29:10.

God does not willingly send — La 3:33.

Man is born to — Job 5:6,7; 14:1.

Saints appointed to — 1Th 3:3.

Consequent upon the fall — Ge 3:16-19.

Sin produces — Job 4:8; 20:11; Pr 1:31.

Sin visited with — 2Sa 12:14; Ps 89:30-32; Isa 57:17; Ac
13:10,11.

Often severe — Job 16:7-16; Ps 42:7; 66:12; Jon 2:3; Re 7:14.

Always less than we deserve — Ezr 9:13; Ps 103:10.

Frequently terminate in good — Ge 50:20; Ex 1:11,12; De
8:15,16; Jer 24:5,6; Eze 20:37.

Tempered with mercy — Ps 78:38,39; 106:43-46; Isa 30:18-21; La
3:32; Mic 7:7-9; Na 1:12.

Saints are to expect — Joh 16:33; Ac 14:22.

Of saints, are comparatively light — Ac 20:23,24; Ro 8:18; 2Co
4:17.

Of saints, are but temporary — Ps 30:5; 103:9; Isa 54:7,8; Joh
16:20; 1Pe 1:6; 5:10.

Saints have joy under — Job 5:17; Jas 5:11.

Of saints, end in joy and blessedness — Ps 126:5,6; Isa 61:2,3;
Mt 5:4; 1Pe 4:13,14.

Often arise from the profession of the gospel — Mt 24:9; Joh
15:21; 2Ti 3:11,12.

Exhibit the love and faithfulness of God — De 8:5; Ps 119:75;
Pr 3:12; 1Co 11:32; Heb 12:6,7; Re 3:19

Afflictions Made Beneficial


In promoting the glory of God — Joh 9:1-3; 11:3,4; 21:18,19.

In exhibiting the power and faithfulness of God — Ps 34:19,20;
2Co 4:8-11.

In teaching us the will of God — Ps 119:71; Isa 26:9; Mic 6:9.

In turning us to God — De 4:30,31; Ne 1:8,9; Ps 78:34; Isa
10:20,21; Ho 2:6,7.

In keeping us from again departing from God — Job 34:31,32; Isa
10:20; Eze 14:10,11.

In leading us to seek God in prayer — Jdj 4:3; Jer 31:18; La
2:17-19; Ho 5:14,15; Jon 2:1.

In convincing us of sin — Job 36:8,9; Ps 119:67; Lu 15:16-18.

In leading us to confession of sin — Nu 21:7; Ps 32:5; 51:3,5.

In testing and exhibiting our sincerity — Job 23:10; Ps 66:10;
Pr 17:3.

In trying our faith and obedience — Ge 22:1,2; Heb 11:17; Ex
15:23-25; De 8:2,16; 1Pe 1:7; Re 2:10.

In humbling us — De 8:3,16; 2Ch 7:13,14; La 3:19,20; 2Co 12:7.

In purifying us — Ec 7:2,3; Isa 1:25,26; 48:10; Jer 9:6,7; Zec
13:9; Mal 3:2,3.

In exercising our patience — Ps 40:1; Ro 5:3; Jas 1:3; 1Pe
2:20.

In rendering us fruitful in good works — Joh 15:2; Heb
12:10,11.

In furthering the gospel — Ac 8:3,4; 11:19-21; Php 1:12; 2Ti
2:9,10; 4:16,17.

Exemplified

Joseph’s brethren — Ge 42:21.

Joseph — Ge 45:5,7,8.

Israel — De 8:3,5.

Josiah — 2Ki 22:19.

Hezekiah — 2Ch 32:25,26.

Manasseh — 2Ch 33:12.

Jonah — Jon 2:7.

Prodigal’s son — Lu 15:21

Afflictions of the Wicked, The


God is glorified in — Ex 14:4; Eze 38:22,23.

God holds in derision — Ps 37:13; Pr 1:26,27.

Are multiplied — De 31:17; Job 20:12-18; Ps 32:10.

Are continual — Job 15:20; Ec 2:23; Isa 32:10.

Are often sudden — Ps 73:10; Pr 6:15; Isa 30:13; Re 18:10.

Are often judicially sent — Job 21:17; Ps 107:17; Jer 30:15.

Are for examples to others — Ps 64:7-9; Zep 3:6,7; 1Co 10:5-11;
2Pe 2:6.

Are ineffectual of themselves, for their conversion — Ex 9:30;
Isa 9:13; Jer 2:30; Hag 2:17.

Their persecution of saints, a cause of — De 30:7; Ps 55:19;
Zec 2:9; 2Th 1:6.

Impenitence is a cause of — Pr 1:30,31; Eze 24:13; Am 4:6-12;
Zec 7:11,12; Re 2:21,22.

Sometimes humble them — 1Ki 21:27.

Frequently harden — Ne 9:28,29; Jer 5:3.

Produce slavish fear — Job 15:24; Ps 73:19; Jer 49:3,5.

Saints should not be alarmed at — Pr 3:25,26.

Exemplified

Pharaoh and the Egyptians — Ex 9:14,15; 14:24,25.

Ahaziah — 2Ki 1:1-4.

Gehazi — 2Ki 5:27.

Jehoram — 2Ch 21:12-19.

Uzziah — 2Ch 26:19-21.

Ahaz — 2Ch 28:5-8,22

Agriculture or Husbandry


The cultivation of the earth — Ge 3:23.

The occupation of man before the fall — Ge 2:15.

Rendered laborious by the curse on the earth — Ge 3:17-19.

Man doomed to labour in, after the fall — Ge 3:23.

Contributes to the support of all — Ec 5:9.

The providence of God to be acknowledged in the produce of —
Jer 5:24; Ho 2:8.

Requires

Wisdom — Isa 28:26.

Diligence — Pr 27:23-27; Ec 11:6.

Toil — 2Ti 2:6.

Patience in waiting — Jas 5:7.

Diligence in, abundantly recompensed — Pr 12:11; 13:23; 28:19;
Heb 6:7.

Persons engaged in, called

Tillers of the ground — Ge 4:2.

Husbandmen — 2Ch 26:10.

Labourers — Mt 9:37; 20:1.

Peace favourable to — Isa 2:4; Jer 31:24.

War destructive to — Jer 50:16; 51:23.

Patriarchs engaged in — Ge 4:2; 9:20.

The labour of, supposed to be lessened by Noah — Ge 5:29; 9:20.

The Jews loved and followed — Jdj 6:11; 1Ki 19:19; 2Ch 26:10.

Soil of Canaan suited to — Ge 13:10; De 8:7-9.

Climate of Canaan favourable to — De 11:10,11.

Was promoted amongst the Jews by

Allotments to each family — Nu 36:7-9.

The rights of redemption — Le 25:23-28.

Separation from other nations — Ex 33:16.

The prohibition against usury — Ex 22:25.

The promises of God’s blessings on — Le 26:4; De 7:13;
11:14,15.

Enactments to protect

Not to covet the fields of another — De 5:21.

Not to move landmarks — De 19:14; Pr 22:28.

Not to cut down crops of another — De 23:25.

Against the trespass of cattle — Ex 22:5.

Against injuring the produce of — Ex 22:5.

Often performed by hirelings — 1Ch 27:26; 2Ch 26:10; Mt 20:8;
Lu 17:7.

Not to be engaged in during the Sabbatical year — Ex 23:10,11.

Produce of, given as rent for land — Mt 21:33,34.

Produce of, often blasted because of sin — Isa 5:10; 7:23; Jer
12:13; Joe 1:10,11.

Grief occasioned by the failure of the fruits of — Joe 1:11; Am
5:16,17.

Produce of, exported — 1Ki 5:11; Eze 27:17.

Operations in

Hedging — Isa 5:2,5; Ho 2:6.

Ploughing — Job 1:14.

Digging — Isa 5:6; Lu 13:8; 16:3.

Manuring — Isa 25:10; Lu 14:34,35.

Harrowing — Job 39:10; Isa 28:24.

Gathering out the stones — Isa 5:2.

Sowing — Ec 11:4; Isa 32:20; Mt 13:3.

Planting — Pr 31:16; Isa 44:14; Jer 31:5.

Watering — De 11:10; 1Co 3:6-8.

Weeding — Mt 13:28.

Grafting — Ro 11:17-19,24.

Pruning — Le 25:3; Isa 5:6; Joh 15:2.

Mowing — Ps 129:7; Am 7:1.

Reaping — Isa 17:5.

Binding — Ge 37:7; Mt 13:30.

Gleaning — Le 19:9; Ru 2:3.

Stacking — Ex 22:6.

Threshing — De 25:4; Jdj 6:11.

Winnowing — Ru 3:2; Mt 3:12.

Storing in barns — Mt 6:26; 13:30.

Beasts used in

The ox — De 25:4.

The ass — De 22:10.

The horse — Isa 28:28.

Implements of

The plough — 1Sa 13:20.

The harrow — 2Sa 12:31.

The mattock — 1Sa 13:20; Isa 7:25.

The sickle — De 16:9; 23:25.

The pruning-hook — Isa 18:5; Joe 3:10.

The fork — 1Sa 13:21.

The axe — 1Sa 13:20.

The teethed threshing instrument — Isa 41:15.

The flail, — Isa 28:27.

The cart — 1Sa 6:7; Isa 28:27,28.

The shovel — Isa 30:24.

The sieve — Am 9:9.

The fan — Isa 30:24; Mt 3:12.

Illustrative of

Culture of the Church — 1Co 3:9.

Culture of the heart — Jer 4:3; Ho 10:12

Alliance and Society With the Enemies of God


Forbidden — Ex 23:32; 34:12; De 7:2,3; 13:6,8; Jos 23:6,7; Jdj
2:2; Ezr 9:12; Pr 1:10,15; 2Co 6:14-17; Eph 5:11.

Lead to idolatry — Ex 34:15,16; Nu 25:1-8; De 7:4; Jdj 3:5-7;
Re 2:20.

Have led to murder and human sacrifice — Ps 106:37,38.

Provoke the anger of God — De 7:4; 31:16,17; 2Ch 19:2; Ezr
9:13,14; Ps 106:29,40; Isa 2:6.

Provoke God to leave mean to reap the fruits of them — Jos
23:12,13; Jdj 2:1-3.

Are ensnaring — Ex 23:33; Nu 25:18; De 12:30; 13:6; Ps 106:36.

Are enslaved — 2Pe 2:18,19.

Are defiling — Ezr 9:1,2.

Are degrading — Isa 1:23.

Are ruinous to spiritual interest — Pr 29:24; Heb 12:14,15; 2Pe
3:17.

Are ruinous to moral character — 1Co 15:33.

Are a proof of folly — Pr 12:11.

Children who enter into, bring shame upon their parents — Pr
28:7.

Evil consequences of — Pr 28:19; Jer 51:7.

The wicked are prone to — Ps 50:18; Jer 2:25.

The wicked tempt saints to — Ne 6:2-4.

Sin of, to be confessed, deeply repented of, and forsaken — Ezr
10:1-44.

Involve saints in their guiltiness — 2Jo 1:9-11; Re 18:4.

Involve saints in their punishment — Nu 16:26; Jer 51:6; Re
18:4.

Unbecoming in those called saints — 2Ch 19:2; 2Co 6:14-16; Php
2:15.

Exhortations to shun all inducements to — Pr 1:10-15; 4:14,15;
2Pe 3:17.

Exhortations to hate and avoid — Pr 14:7; Ro 16:17; 1Co 5:9-11;
Eph 5:6,7; 1Ti 6:5; 2Ti 3:5.

A call to come out from — Nu 16:26; Ezr 10:11; Jer 51:6,45; 2Co
6:17; 2Th 3:6; Re 18:4.

Means of preservation from — Pr 2:10-20; 19:27.

Blessedness of avoiding — Ps 1:1.

Blessedness of forsaking — Ezr 9:12; Pr 9:6; 2Co 6:17,18.

Saints grieve to meet with, in their intercourse with the world
— Ps 57:4; 120:5,6; 2Pe 2:7,8.

Saints grieve to witness in their brethren — Ge 26:35; Ezr 9:3;
10:6.

Saints hate and avoid — Ps 26:4,5; 31:6; 101:7; Re 2:2.

Saints deprecate — Ge 49:6; Ps 6:8; 15:4; 101:4,7; 119:115;
139:19.

Saints are separate from — Ex 33:16; Ezr 6:21.

Saints should be circumspect when unintentionally thrown into —
Mt 10:16; Col 4:5; 1Pe 2:12.

Pious parents prohibit, to their children — Ge 28:1.

Persons in authority should denounce — Ezr 10:9-11; Ne
13:23-27.

Punishment of — Nu 33:56; De 7:4; Jos 23:13; Jdj 2:3; 3:5-8;
Ezr 9:7,14; Ps 106:41,42; Re 2:16,22,23.

Exemplified

Solomon — 1Ki 11:1-8.

Rehoboam — 1Ki 12:8,9.

Jehoshaphat — 2Ch 18:3; 19:2; 20:35-37.

Jehoram — 2Ch 21:6.

Ahaziah — 2Ch 22:3-5.

Israelites — Ezr 9:1,2.

Israel — Eze 44:7.

Judas Iscariot — Mt 26:14-16.

Examples of avoiding

Man of God — 1Ki 13:7-10.

Nehemiah, — Ne 6:2-4; 10:29-31.

David — Ps 101:4-7; 119:115.

Jeremiah — Jer 15:17.

Joseph of Arimathaea — Lu 23:51.

Church of Ephesus — Re 2:6.

Examples of forsaking

Israelites — Nu 16:27; Ezr 6:21,22; 10:3,4,16,17.

Sons of the Priests — Ezr 10:18,19.

Examples of the judgments of God against

Korah, — Nu 16:32.

Ahaziah — 2Ch 22:7,8.

Judas Iscariot — Ac 1:18

Altars


Designed for sacrifice — Ex 20:24.

To be made of earth, or unhewn stone — Ex 20:24,25; De 27:5,6.

Of brick, hateful to God — Isa 65:3.

Natural rocks sometimes used as — Jdj 6:19-21; 13:19,20.

Were not to have steps up to them — Ex 20:26.

For idolatrous worship, often erected on roofs of houses — 2Ki
23:12; Jer 19:13; 32:29.

Idolaters planted groves near — Jdj 6:30; 1Ki 16:32,33; 2Ki
21:3.

The Jews not to plant groves near — De 16:21.

For idolatrous worship, to be destroyed — Ex 34:13; De 7:5.

Probable origin of inscriptions on — De 27:8.

Mentioned in scripture

Of Noah — Ge 8:20.

Of Abraham — Ge 12:7,8; 13:18; 22:9.

Of Isaac — Ge 26:25.

Of Jacob — Ge 33:20; 35:1,3,7.

Of Moses — Ex 17:15; 24:4.

Of Balaam — Nu 23:1,14,29.

Of Joshua — Jos 8:30,31.

Of the temple of Solomon — 2Ch 4:1,19.

Of the second temple — Ezr 3:2,3.

Of Reubenites, &c east of Jordan — Jos 22:10.

Of Gideon — Jdj 6:26,27.

Of the people of Israel — Jdj 21:4.

Of Samuel — 1Sa 7:17.

Of David — 2Sa 24:21,25.

Of Jeroboam at Bethel — 1Ki 12:33.

Of Ahaz — 2Ki 16:10-12.

Of the Athenians — Ac 17:23.

For burnt-offering — Ex 27:1-8.

For incense — Ex 30:1-6.

Protection afforded by — 1Ki 1:50,51.

Afforded no protection to murderers — Ex 21:14; 1Ki 2:18-34

Altar of Burnt Offering, The


Dimensions, &c of — Ex 27:1; 38:1.

Horns on the corners of — Ex 27:2; 38:2.

Covered with brass — Ex 27:2.

All its vessels of brass — Ex 27:3; 38:3.

A net-working grate of brass placed in — Ex 27:4,5; 38:4.

Furnished with rings and staves — Ex 27:6,7; 38:5-7.

Made after a divine pattern — Ex 27:8.

Called

The brazen altar — Ex 39:39; 1Ki 8:64.

The altar of God — Ps 43:4.

The altar of the Lord — Mal 2:13.

Placed in the court before the door of the tabernacle — Ex
40:6,29.

Sanctified by God — Ex 29:44.

Anointed and sanctified with holy oil — Ex 40:10; Le 8:10,11.

Cleansed and purified with blood — Ex 29:36,37.

Was most holy — Ex 40:10.

Sanctified whatever touched it — Ex 29:37.

All sacrifices to be offered on — Ex 29:38-42; Isa 56:7.

All gifts to be presented at — Mt 5:23,24.

Nothing polluted or defective to be offered on — Le 22:22; Mal
1:7,8.

Offering at the dedication of — Nu 7:1-89.

The fire upon

Came from before the Lord — Le 9:24.

Was continually burning — Le 6:13.

Consumed the sacrifices — Le 1:8,9.

Sacrifices bound to the horns of — Ps 118:27.

The blood of sacrifices put on the horns and poured at the foot
of — Ex 29:12; Le 4:7,18,25; 8:15.

The priests

Alone to serve — Nu 18:3,7.

Derived support from — 1Co 9:13.

Ahaz removed and profaned — 2Ki 16:10-16.

The Jews condemned for swearing lightly by — Mt 23:18,19.

A type of Christ — Heb 13:10

Altar of Incense


Dimensions, &c of — Ex 30:1,2; 37:25.

Covered with Gold — Ex 30:3; 37:26.

Top of, surrounded with a crown of gold — Ex 30:3; 37:26.

Had four rings of gold under the crown for the staves — Ex
30:4; 37:27.

Staves of, covered with gold — Ex 30:5.

Called the golden altar — Ex 39:38.

Placed before the vail in the outer sanctuary — Ex 30:6;
40:5,26.

Said to be before the Lord — Le 4:7; 1Ki 9:25.

Anointed with holy oil — Ex 30:26,27.

The priest burned incense on every morning and evening — Ex
30:7,8.

No strange incense nor any sacrifice to be offered on — Ex
30:9.

Atonement made for, by the high priest once every year — Ex
30:10; Le 16:18,19.

The blood of all sin offerings put on the horns of — Le 4:7,18.

Punishment for

Offering strange fire on — Le 10:1,2.

Unauthorised offering on — 2Ch 26:16-19.

Covered by the priest before removal from the sanctuary — Nu
4:11.

A type of Christ — Re 8:3; 9:3

Amalekites, The


Descent of — Ge 36:12,16.

Character of

Wicked — 1Sa 15:18.

Oppressive — Jdj 10:12.

Warlike and Cruel — 1Sa 15:33.

Governed by Kings — 1Sa 15:20,32.

A powerful and influential nation — Nu 24:7.

Possessed cities — 1Sa 15:5.

COUNTRY of

In the south of Canaan — Nu 13:29; 1Sa 27:8.

Extended from Havilah to Shur — 1Sa 15:7.

Was the scene of ancient warfare — Ge 14:7.

Part of the Kenites dwelt amongst — 1Sa 15:6.

Were the first to oppose Israel — Ex 17:8.

Discomfited at Rephidim through the intercession of Moses — Ex
17:9-13.

Doomed to utter destruction for opposing Israel — Ex 17:14,16;
De 25:19.

Their utter destruction foretold — Nu 24:20.

Presumption of Israel punished by — Nu 14:45.

United with Eglon against Israel — Jdj 3:13.

Part of their possessions taken by Ephraim — Jdj 5:14; 12:15.

With Midian, oppressed Israel — Jdj 6:3-5.

Overcome by Gideon — Jdj 6:33,34; 7:21,22.

Saul

Overcame, and delivered Israel — 1Sa 14:48.

Commissioned to destroy — 1Sa 15:1-3.

Massacred — 1Sa 15:4-8.

Condemned for not utterly destroying — 1Sa 15:9-26; 28:18.

Agag, king of, slain by Samuel — 1Sa 15:32,33.

Invaded by David — 1Sa 27:8,9.

Pillaged and burned Ziklag — 1Sa 30:1,2.

Pursued and slain by David — 1Sa 30:10-20.

Spoil taken from, consecrated — 2Sa 8:11,12.

Confederated against Israel — Ps 83:7.

Remnant of, completely destroyed during the reign of Hezekiah —
1Ch 4:41-43

Ambition


God condemns — Ge 11:7; Isa 5:8.

Christ condemns — Mt 18:1,3,4; 20:25,26; 23:11,12.

Saints avoid — Ps 131:1,2.

Vanity of — Job 20:5-9; 24:24; Ps 49:11-20.

Leads to strife and contention — Jas 4:1,2.

Punishment of — Pr 17:19; Isa 14:12-15; Eze 31:10,11; Ob 1:3,4.

Connected with

Pride — Hab 2:5.

Covetousness — Hab 2:8,9.

Cruelty — Hab 2:12.

Exemplified

Adam and Eve — Ge 3:5,6.

Builders of Babel — Ge 11:4.

Miriam and Aaron — Nu 12:2.

Korah, — Nu 16:3.

Absalom — 2Sa 15:4; 18:18.

Adonijah — 1Ki 1:5.

Sennacherib — 2Ki 19:23.

Shebna — Isa 22:16.

Sons of Zebedee — Mt 20:21.

Antichrist — 2Th 2:4.

Diotrephes — 3Jo 1:9

Ammonites, The


Descent of — Ge 19:38.

Called the

Children of Lot — De 2:19.

Children of Ammon — Jer 25:21.

Governed by hereditary kings — 2Sa 10:1.

Country of

Belonged to the Zamzummims — De 2:20,21.

Bordered on the Amorites — Nu 21:24.

as fertile — Jer 49:4.

Well fortified — Nu 21:24.

Half of, given to the Gadites — Jos 13:25.

Character of

Cruel and covetous — Am 1:13.

Proud and reproachful — Zep 2:10.

Vindictive — Eze 25:3,6.

Fond of ornaments — 2Ch 20:25.

Idolatrous — Jdj 10:6; 1Ki 11:7,33; 2Ki 23:13.

Superstitious — Jer 27:3,9.

Chief cities of

Rabbah — 2Sa 12:26,27; Jer 49:3.

Ai — Jer 49:3.

Jewish laws respecting

Perpetual exclusion from the congregation — De 23:3; Ne 13:1.

No covenant to made with — De 23:6.

Not to be distressed — De 2:19; 2Ch 20:10.

Assisted Eglon against Israel — Jdj 3:12,13.

With the Philistines oppressed Israel for eighteen years — Jdj
10:6-9.

Jephthah raised up to deliver Israel from — Jdj 10:15-18;
11:4-33.

Proposed a disgraceful treaty to Jabesh-gilead — 1Sa 11:1-3.

Saul’s victories over — 1Sa 11:11; 14:47.

Ill-treated David’s ambassadors — 2Sa 10:1-4.

Hired the Syrians against David — 2Sa 10:6.

Victories of Joab over — 2Sa 10:7-14; 12:26-29.

The royal treasure of, taken — 2Sa 12:30.

Of Rabbah reduced to hard bondage — 2Sa 12:31.

Spoil of, consecrated to God — 2Sa 8:11,12.

One of David’s mighty men was of — 2Sa 23:37.

Solomon intermarried with, and introduced idols of into Israel
— 1Ki 11:1-5.

Confederated against Jehoshaphat — 2Ch 20:1; Ps 83:7.

Miraculous defeat of — 2Ch 20:5-24.

Submitted to Uzziah — 2Ch 26:8.

Defeated by Jotham — 2Ch 27:5.

Seized upon the possessions of Gad — Jer 49:1.

Aided the Chaldeans against Judah — 2Ki 24:2.

Vexed the Jews after captivity — Ne 4:3,7,8.

The Jews reprobated for intermarrying with — Ezr 9:1-3; Ne
13:23-28.

Predictions respecting


Subjection to Babylon — Jer 25:9-21; 27:3,6.

Destructions for hatred to Israel — Eze 25:2-10; Zep 2:8,9.

Punishment for oppressive cruelty — Jer 49:1-5; Am 1:13-15.

Restoration — Jer 49:6.

Subjection to the Jews — Isa 11:14

Amorites, The


Descent of — Ge 10:15,16; 1Ch 1:13,14.

One of the seven nations of Canaan — Ge 15:21; Ex 3:8,17.

Governed by many independent kings — Jos 5:1; 9:10.

Kings of, great and powerful — Ps 136:18,20.

Originally inhabited a mountain district in the south — Nu
13:29; De 1:7,20; Jdj 1:36.

Acquired an extensive territory from Moab east of Jordan — Nu
21:26,30.

Had many and strong cities — Nu 32:17,33.

Of gigantic strength and stature — Am 2:9.

Character of

Profane and wicked — Ge 15:16.

Idolatrous — Jos 24:15.

Defeated by Chedorlaomer, &c — Ge 14:7.

Joined Abraham against the kings — Ge 14:13,24.

Jacob took a portion from — Ge 48:22.

Forbearance of God towards — Ge 15:16.

Doomed to utter destruction — De 20:17,18.

Refused a passage to Israel — Nu 21:21-23; De 2:30.

Deprived of their eastern territory by Israel — Nu 21:24-35.

Land of, given to Reubenites, &c — Jos 13:15-31.

Western kings of, confederated against Israel — Jos 10:1-5.

Miraculous overthrow of — Jos 10:11-14.

Kings of, degraded and slain — Jos 10:24-27.

The Gibeonites a tribe of, deceived Israel into a league — 2Sa
21:2, Jos 9:3-16.

The Israelites unable to expel, but extracted tribute from —
Jdj 1:34,35.

Had peace with Israel in the days of Samuel — 1Sa 7:14.

Brought into bondage by Solomon — 1Ki 9:20,21.

Ahab followed the abominations of — 1Ki 21:26.

Manasseh exceeded abominations of — 2Ki 21:11.

The Jews after the captivity condemned for intermarrying with —
Ezr 9:1,2.

Descent from, illustrative of man’s natural state — Eze 16:3

Amusements and Pleasures, Worldly


Belong to the works of the flesh — Ga 5:19,21.

Are transitory — Job 21:12,13; Heb 11:25.

Are all vanity — Ec 2:11.

Choke the word of God in the heart — Lu 8:14.

Formed a part of idolatrous worship — Ex 32:4,6,19; 1Co 10:7;
Jdj 16:23-25.

Lead to

Rejection of God — Job 21:14,15.

Poverty — Pr 21:17.

Disregard of the judgments and works of God — Isa 5:12; Am
6:1-6.

Terminate in sorrow — Pr 14:13.

Are likely to lead to greater evil — Job 1:5; Mt 14:6-8.

The wicked seek for happiness in — Ec 2:1,8.

Indulgence in

A proof of folly — Ec 7:4.

A characteristic of the wicked — Isa 47:8; Eph 4:17,19; 2Ti
3:4; Tit 3:3; 1Pe 4:3.

A proof of spiritual death — 1Ti 5:6.

An abuse of riches — Jas 5:1,5.

Wisdom of abstaining from — Ec 7:2,3.

Shunned by the saints — 1Pe 4:3.

Abstinence from, seems strange to the wicked — 1Pe 4:4.

Denounced by God — Isa 5:11,12.

Punishment of — Ec 11:9; 2Pe 2:13.

Renunciation of, Exemplified

Moses — Heb 11:25

Anakim, The


Descent of — Nu 13:22; Jos 15:13.

Were called

The sons of Anak — Nu 13:33.

The sons of the Anakim — De 1:28.

The children of the Anakims — De 9:2.

Divided into three tribes — Jos 15:14.

Inhabited the mountains of Judah — Jos 11:21.

Hebron, chief city of — Jos 14:15; 21:11.

Of gigantic strength and stature — De 2:10,11,21.

Israel terrified by — Nu 14:1; 13:33.

Hebron a possession of, given to Caleb for his faithfulness —
Jos 14:6-14.

Driven from Hebron by Caleb — Jos 15:13,14.

Driven from Kirjathsepher or Debir by Othniel — Jos 15:15-17;
Jdj 1:12,13.

Almost annihilated — Jos 11:21,22

Angels


Created by God and Christ — Ne 9:6; Col 1:16.

Worship God and Christ — Ne 9:6; Php 2:9-11; Heb 1:6.

Are ministering Spirits — 1Ki 19:5; Ps 68:17; 104:4; Lu 16:22;
Ac 12:7-11; 27:23; Heb 1:7,14.

Communicate the will of God and Christ — Da 8:16,17; 9:21-23;
10:11; 12:6,7; Mt 2:13,20; Lu 1:19,28; Ac 5:20; 8:26; 10:5;
27:23; Re 1:1.

Obey the will of God — Ps 103:20; Mt 6:10.

Execute the purposes of God — Nu 22:22; Ps 103:21; Mt 13:39-42;
28:2; Joh 5:4; Re 5:2.

Execute the judgments of God — 2Sa 24:16; 2Ki 19:35; Ps 35:5,6;
Ac 12:23; Re 16:1.

Celebrate the praises of God — Job 38:7; Ps 148:2; Isa 6:3; Lu
2:13,14; Re 5:11,12; 7:11,12.

The law given by the ministration of — Ps 68:17; Ac 7:53; Heb
2:2.

Announced

The conception of Christ — Mt 1:20,21; Lu 1:31.

The birth of Christ — Lu 2:10-12.

The resurrection of Christ — Mt 28:5-7; Lu 24:23.

The ascension and second coming of Christ — Ac 1:11.

The conception of John the Baptist — Lu 1:13,36.

Minister to Christ — Mt 4:11; Lu 22:43; Joh 1:51.

Are subject to Christ — Eph 1:21; Col 1:16; 2:10; 1Pe 3:22.

Shall execute the purposes of Christ — Mt 13:41; 24:31.

Shall attend Christ at his second coming — Mt 16:27; 25:31; Mr
8:38; 2Th 1:7.

Know and delight in the gospel of Christ — Eph 3:9,10; 1Ti
3:16; 1Pe 1:12.

Ministration of, obtained by prayer — Mt 26:53; Ac 12:5,7.

Rejoice over every repentant sinner — Lu 15:7,10.

Have charge over the children of God — Ps 34:7; 91:11,12; Da
6:22; Mt 18:10.

Are of different orders — Isa 6:2; 1Th 4:16; 1Pe 3:22; Jude
1:9; Re 12:7.

Not to be worshipped — Col 2:18; Re 19:10; 22:9.

Are examples of meekness — 2Pe 2:11; Jude 1:9.

Are wise — 2Sa 14:20.

Are mighty — Ps 103:20.

Are holy — Mt 25:31.

Are elect — 1Ti 5:21.

Are innumerable — Job 25:3; Heb 12:22

Anger


Forbidden — Ec 7:9; Mt 5:22; Ro 12:19.

A work of the flesh — Ga 5:20.

A characteristic of fools — Pr 12:16; 14:29; 27:3; Ec 7:9.

Connected with

Pride — Pr 21:24.

Cruelty — Ge 49:7; Pr 27:3,4.

Clamour and evil-speaking — Eph 4:31.

Malice and blasphemy — Col 3:8.

Strife and contention — Pr 21:19; 29:22; 30:33.

Brings its own punishment — Job 5:2; Pr 19:19; 25:28.

Grievous words stir up — Jdj 12:4; 2Sa 19:43; Pr 15:1.

Should not betray us into sin — Ps 37:8; Eph 4:26.

In prayer be free from — 1Ti 2:8.

May be averted by wisdom — Pr 29:8.

Meekness pacifies — Pr 15:1; Ec 10:4.

Children should not be provoked to — Eph 6:4; Col 3:21.

Be slow to — Pr 15:18; 16:32; 19:11; Tit 1:7; Jas 1:19.

Avoid those given to — Ge 49:6; Pr 22:24.

Justifiable, Exemplified

Our Lord — Mr 3:5.

Jacob — Ge 31:36.

Moses — Ex 11:8; 32:19; Le 10:16; Nu 16:15.

Nehemiah — Ne 5:6; 13:17,25.

Sinful, Exemplified

Cain — Ge 4:5,6.

Esau — Ge 27:45.

Simeon and Levi — Ge 49:5-7.

Moses — Nu 20:10,11.

Balaam — Nu 22:27.

Saul — 1Sa 20:30.

Ahab — 1Ki 21:4.

Naaman — 2Ki 5:11.

Asa — 2Ch 16:10.

Uzziah — 2Ch 26:19.

Haman — Es 3:5.

Nebuchadnezzar — Da 3:13.

Jonah — Jon 4:4.

Herod — Mt 2:16.

Jews — Lu 4:28.

High Priest, — Ac 5:17; 7:54

Anger of God, The


Averted by Christ — Lu 2:11,14; Ro 5:9; 2Co 5:18,19; Eph
2:14,17; Col 1:20; 1Th 1:10.

Is averted from them that believe — Joh 3:14-18; Ro 3:25; 5:1.

Is averted upon confession of sin and repentance — Job
33:27,28; Ps 106:43-45; Jer 3:12,13; 18:7,8; 31:18-20; Joe
2:12-14; Lu 15:18-20.

Is slow — Ps 103:8; Isa 48:9; Jon 4:2; Na 1:3.

Is righteous — Ps 58:10,11; La 1:18; Ro 2:6,8; 3:5,6; Re
16:6,7.

The justice of, not to be questioned — Ro 9:18,20,22.

Manifested in terrors — Ex 14:24; Ps 76:6-8; Jer 10:10; La
2:20-22.

Manifested in judgments and afflictions — Job 21:17; Ps
78:49-51; 90:7; Isa 9:19; Jer 7:20; Eze 7:19; Heb 3:17.

Cannot be resisted — Job 9:13; 14:13; Ps 76:7; Na 1:6.

Aggravated by continual provocation — Nu 32:14.

Specially reserved for the day of wrath — Zep 1:14-18; Mt
25:41; Ro 2:5,8; 2Th 1:8; Re 6:17; 11:18; 19:15.

Against

The wicked — Ps 7:11; 21:8,9; Isa 3:8; 13:9; Na 1:2,3; Ro
1:18; 2:8; Eph 5:6; Col 3:6.

Those who forsake him — Ezr 8:22; Isa 1:4.

Unbelief — Ps 78:21,22; Heb 3:18,19; Joh 3:36.

Impenitence — Ps 7:12; Pr 1:30,31; Isa 9:13,14; Ro 2:5.

Apostasy — Heb 10:26,27.

Idolatry — De 29:20,27,28; 32:19,20,22; Jos 23:16; 2Ki 22:17;
Ps 78:58,59; Jer 44:3.

Sin, in saints — Ps 89:30-32; 90:7-9; 99:8; 102:9,10; Isa
47:6.

Extreme, against those who oppose the gospel — Ps 2:2,3,5; 1Th
2:16.

Folly of provoking — Jer 7:19; 1Co 10:22.

To be dreaded — Ps 2:12; 76:7; 90:11; Mt 10:28.

To be deprecated — Ex 32:11; Ps 6:1; 38:1; 74:1,2; Isa 64:9.

Removal of, should be prayed for — Ps 39:10; 79:5; 80:4; Da
9:16; Hab 3:2.

Tempered with mercy to saints — Ps 30:5; Isa 26:20; 54:8;
57:15,16; Jer 30:11; Mic 7:11.

To be born with submission — 2Sa 24:17; La 3:39,43; Mic 7:9.

Should lead to repentance — Isa 42:24,25; Jer 4:8.

Exemplified against

The old world — Ge 7:21-23.

Builders of Babel — Ge 11:8.

Cities of the plain — Ge 19:24,25.

Egyptians — Ex 7:20; 8:6,16,24; 9:3,9,23; 10:13,22; 12:29;
14:27.

Israelites — Ex 32:35; Nu 11:1,33; 14:40-45; 21:6; 25:9; 2Sa
24:1,15.

Enemies of Israel — 1Sa 5:6; 7:10.

Nadab, — Le 10:2.

The Spies — Nu 14:37.

Korah, — Nu 16:31,35.

Aaron and Miriam — Nu 12:9,10.

Five Kings — Jos 10:25.

Abimelech — Jdj 9:56.

Men of Bethshemesh — 1Sa 6:19.

Saul — 1Sa 31:6.

Uzzah — 2Sa 6:7.

Saul’s family — 2Sa 21:1.

Sennacherib — 2Ki 19:28,35,37

Anointing


With oil — Ps 92:10.

With ointment — Joh 11:2.

Was used for

Decorating the person — Ru 3:3.

Refreshing the body — 2Ch 28:15.

Purifying the body — Es 2:12; Isa 57:9.

Curing the sick — Mr 6:13; Jas 5:14.

Healing wounds — Isa 1:6; Lu 10:34.

Preparing weapons for war — Isa 21:5.

Preparing the dead for burial — Mt 26:12; Mr 16:1; Lu 23:56.

The Jews were very fond of — Pr 27:9; Am 6:6.

Was applied to

The head — Ps 23:5; Ec 9:8.

The face — Ps 104:15.

The feet — Lu 7:38,39; Joh 12:3.

The eyes — Re 3:18.

Ointment for

Richly perfumed — Song 4:10; Joh 12:3.

Most expensive — 2Ki 20:13; Am 6:6; Joh 12:3,5.

Prepared by the apothecary — Ec 10:1.

An article of commerce — Eze 27:17; Re 18:13.

Neglected in times of affliction — 2Sa 12:20; 14:2; Da 10:3.

Neglect of, to guests, a mark of disrespect — Lu 7:46.

A token of joy — Ec 9:7,8.

Deprivation of, threatened as a punishment — De 28:40; Mic
6:15.

Why recommended by Christ in times of Fasting — Mt 6:17,18

Anointing of the Holy Spirit


Is from God — 2Co 1:21.

That christ should receive

Foretold — Ps 45:7; Isa 61:1; Da 9:24.

Fulfilled — Lu 4:18,21; Ac 4:27; 10:38; Heb 1:9.

God preserves those who receive — Ps 18:50; 20:6; 89:20-23.

Saints receive — Isa 61:3; 1Jo 2:20.

Is abiding in saints — 1Jo 2:27.

Guides into all truth — 1Jo 2:27.

Typified — Ex 40:13-15; Le 8:12; 1Sa 16:13; 1Ki 19:16

Anointing, Sacred


Antiquity of — Ge 28:18; 35:14.

Consecrates to God’s service — Ex 30:29.

Persons who received

Prophets — 1Ki 19:16; Isa 61:1.

Priests — Ex 40:13-15.

Kings — Jdj 9:8; 1Sa 9:16; 1Ki 1:34.

Things which received

Tabernacle, — Ex 30:26,27; 40:9.

Brazen altar — Ex 29:36; 40:10.

Brazen laver — Ex 40:11.

Those who partook of

Protected by God — 1Ch 16:22; Ps 105:15.

Not to be injured or insulted — 1Sa 24:6; 26:9; 2Sa 1:14,15;
19:21.

Oil or ointment for

Divinely prescribed — Ex 30:23-25.

Compounded by the priests — 1Ch 9:30.

An holy anointing oil for ever — Ex 30:25,31.

Not to be imitated — Ex 30:32.

To be put on no stranger — Ex 30:33.

Jews condemned for imitating — Eze 23:41.

Illustrative of the anointing

Of Christ with the Holy Spirit — Ps 45:7; Isa 61:1; Lu 4:18.

Of saints with the Holy Spirit — 1Jo 2:27

Antichrist


Denies the Father and the Son — 1Jo 2:22.

Denies the incarnation of Christ — 1Jo 4:3; 2Jo 1:7.

Spirit of, prevalent in apostolic times — 1Jo 2:18.

Deceit, a characteristic of — 2Jo 1:7

Apostates


Described — De 13:13; Heb 3:12.

Persecution tends to make — Mt 24:9,10; Lu 8:13.

A worldly spirit tends to make — 2Ti 4:10.

Never belonged to Christ — 1Jo 2:19.

Saints do not become — Ps 44:18,19; Heb 6:9; 10:39.

It is impossible to restore — Heb 6:4-6.

Guilt and punishment of — Zep 1:4-6; Heb 10:25-31,39; 2Pe
2:17,20-22.

Cautions against becoming — Heb 3:12; 2Pe 3:17.

Shall abound in the latter days — Mt 24:12; 2Th 2:3; 1Ti 4:1-3.

Exemplified

Amaziah — 2Ch 25:14,27.

Professed disciples — Joh 6:66.

Hymenaeus and Alexander — 1Ti 1:19,20

Apostles, The


Christ pre-eminently called “The Apostle” — Heb 3:1.

Ordained by Christ — Mr 3:14; Joh 15:16.

Received their title from Christ — Lu 6:13.

Called by

God — 1Co 1:1; 12:28; Ga 1:1,15,16.

Christ — Mt 10:1; Mr 3:13; Ac 20:24; Ro 1:5.

The Holy Spirit — Ac 20:24; Ro 1:5.

Were unlearned men — Ac 4:13.

Selected from obscure stations — Mt 4:18.

Sent first to the house of Israel — Mt 10:5,6; Lu 24:47; Ac
13:46.

Sent to preach the gospel to all nations — Mt 28:19,20; Mr
16:15; 2Ti 1:11.

Christ always present with — Mt 28:20.

Warned against a timid profession of Christ — Mt 10:27-33.

The Holy Spirit given to — Joh 20:22; Ac 2:1-4; 9:17.

Guided by the Spirit into all truth — Joh 14:26; 15:26; 16:13.

Instructed by the Spirit to answer adversaries — Mt 10:19,20;
Lu 12:11,12.

Specially devoted to the office of the ministry — Ac 6:4;
20:27.

Humility urged upon — Mt 20:26,27; Mr 9:33-37; Lu 22:24-30.

Self-denial urged upon — Mt 10:37-39.

Mutual love urged upon — Joh 15:17.

Equal authority given to each of — Mt 16:19; 18:18; 2Co 11:5.

Were not of the world — Joh 15:19; 17:16.

Were hated by the world — Mt 10:22; 24:9; Joh 15:18.

Persecutions and sufferings of — Mt 10:16,18; Lu 21:16; Joh
15:20; 16:2.

Saw Christ in the flesh — Lu 1:2; Ac 1:22; 1Co 9:1; 1Jo 1:1.

Witnesses of the resurrection and ascension of Christ — Lu
24:33-41,51; Ac 1:2-9; 10:40,41; 1Co 15:8.

Empowered to work miracles — Mt 10:1,8; Mr 16:20; Lu 9:1; Ac
2:43

Ark of the Covenant


Dimensions, &c of — Ex 25:10; 37:1.

Entirely covered with gold — Ex 25:11; 37:2.

Surrounded with a crown of gold — Ex 25:11.

Furnished with rings and staves — Ex 25:12-15; 37:3-5.

Tables of testimony alone placed in — Ex 25:16,21; 1Ki 8:9,21;
2Ch 5:10; Heb 9:4.

Mercy-seat laid upon — Ex 25:21; 26:34.

Placed in the Holy of Holies — Ex 26:33; 40:21; Heb 9:3,4.

The pot of manna and Aaron’s rod laid up before — Heb 9:4; Ex
16:33,34; Nu 17:10.

A copy of the law laid in the side of — De 31:26.

Anointed with sacred oil — Ex 30:26.

Covered with the vail by the priests before removal — Nu 4:5,6.

Was called the

Ark of God — 1Sa 3:3.

Ark of God’s strength — 2Ch 6:41; Ps 132:8.

Ark of the covenant of the Lord — Nu 10:33.

Ark of the testimony — Ex 30:6; Nu 7:89.

A symbol of the presence and glory of God — Nu 14:43,44; Jos
1:6; 1Sa 14:18,19; Ps 132:8.

Esteemed the glory of Israel — 1Sa 4:21,22.

Was holy — 2Ch 35:3.

Sanctified its resting place — 2Ch 8:11.

The Israelites enquired of the Lord before — Jos 7:6-9; Jdj
20:27; 1Ch 13:3.

Was carried

By priests of Levites alone — De 10:8; Jos 3:14; 2Sa 15:24;
1Ch 15:2.

Before the Israelites in their journeys — Nu 10:33; Jos 3:6.

Sometimes to the camp in war — 1Sa 4:4,5.

Profanation of, punished — Nu 4:5,15; 1Sa 6:19; 1Ch 15:13.

Protecting of, rewarded — 1Ch 13:14.

Captured by the Philistines — 1Sa 4:11.

Miracles connected with

Jordan divided — Jos 4:7.

Fall of the walls of Jericho — Jos 6:6-20.

Fall of Dagon — 1Sa 5:1-4.

Philistines plagued — 1Sa 5:6-12.

Manner of its restoration — 1Sa 6:1-18.

At Kirjath-jearim twenty years — 1Sa 7:1,2.

Removed from Kirjath-jearim to the house of Obed-edom — 2Sa
6:1-11.

David made a tent for — 2Sa 6:17; 1Ch 15:1.

Brought into the city of David — 2Sa 6:12-15; 1Ch 15:25-28.

Brought by Solomon into the temple with great solemnity — 1Ki
8:1-6; 2Ch 5:2-9.

A type of Christ — Ps 40:8; Re 11:19

Armies


Antiquity of — Ge 14:1-8.

Ancient, often numerous — Jos 11:4; 1Sa 13:5.

Of different nations often confederated — Jos 9:2; 10:5; Jdj
3:13; 1Ki 20:1.

Troops often hired for — 1Ch 19:7; 2Ch 25:6.

Were composed of

Bowmen and slingers — 1Ch 12:2; Jer 4:29.

Spearmen or heavy troops — Ps 68:30; Ac 23:23.

Cavalry — Ex 14:9; 1Ki 20:20.

War chariots — Jos 17:16; Jdj 4:3.

Often consisted of the whole effective strength of nations — Nu
21:23; 1Sa 29:1.

Furnished with standards — Song 6:4; Isa 10:18; Jer 4:21.

Accompanied by beasts of burden and wagons for baggage — Jdj
7:12; 2Ki 7:7; Eze 23:2.

Generally in three divisions — Ge 14:15; Job 1:17.

Were led by

Kings in person — 2Ki 18:13; 25:1.

Experienced captains — 2Ki 18:17,24.

Called the

Wings of a nation — Isa 8:8; Jer 48:40.

Power of Kings — 2Ch 32:9.

Hosts — Jos 10:5; Jdj 8:10.

Bands — 2Ki 24:2; 1Ch 7:4.

Began their campaigns in the spring — 2Sa 11:1.

Often went on foreign service — Jer 5:15; 50:3.

Marched

Often in open line — Hab 1:6,8.

With order and precision — Isa 5:27; Joe 2:7,8.

With rapidity — Jer 48:40; Hab 1:8.

With noise and tumult — Isa 17:12,13; Joe 2:5.

Employed in

Fighting battles — 1Sa 17:2,3; 1Ch 19:17.

Besieging cities — De 20:12; Isa 29:3.

Assaulting cities — Jos 7:3,4; Jdj 9:45.

Often surprised their enemies — Jos 8:2; 2Ch 13:15; Jer 51:12.

Commenced battles with a shout — 1Sa 17:20; 2Ch 13:15; Jer
51:14.

Toil and fatigue often endured by — Eze 29:18.

Divided the spoil — Ex 15:9; Zec 14:1.

Sent out foraging parties — 2Ki 5:2.

Exercised savage cruelties on the vanquished — Jer 50:42; La
5:11-13; Am 1:13.

Frequently the instrument of God’s vengeance — Isa 13:5.

In latter ages received pay — Lu 3:14; 1Co 9:7

Encamped

In the open fields — 2Sa 11:11; 1Ch 11:15.

Before cities — Jos 10:5; 1Sa 11:1.

Fear occasioned by — Nu 22:3; Jer 6:25.

Devastation occasioned by — Isa 37:18; Jer 5:17.

Often destroyed by

Their enemies — Ex 17:13; Jos 10:10,20; Jdj 11:33; 2Sa 18:7;
1Ki 20:21.

Themselves through divine intervention — Jdj 7:22; 1Sa
14:15,16; 2Ch 20:23.

Supernatural means — Jos 10:11; 2Ki 19:35.

Brought their idols with them — 1Ch 14:12.

Compared to

Whirlwinds — Jer 25:32.

Waters of a river — Isa 8:7.

Caterpillars — Jer 51:14,27.

Grasshoppers — Jdj 6:3-5; 7:12.

Locusts — Isa 33:4; Re 9:3,7.

Flies — Isa 7:18,19.

Clouds — Eze 38:9-16.

Overflowing torrents — Isa 28:2; Da 11:10,26.

Illustrative of

Multitudes of angels — 1Ki 22:19; Ps 148:2; Da 4:35; Mt 26:53.

The Church — Da 8:10-13; Song 6:4,10.

Numerous and heavy afflictions — Job 19:12

Armies of Israel, The


First mention of — Ex 7:4.

Collected by

Sound of trumpets — Jdj 3:27; 6:34.

Special messengers — Jdj 6:35; 2Sa 20:14.

Extraordinary means — Jdj 19:29; 20:1; 1Sa 11:7.

Enroled by the chief scribe — 2Ki 25:19.

Called

The host — De 23:9; 1Sa 28:19.

The armies of the living God — 1Sa 17:26.

Composed of infantry — Nu 11:21; Jdj 5:15.

Horsemen and chariots introduced into, after David’s reign —
1Ki 1:5; 4:26.

Divided into

Three divisions — Jdj 7:16; 1Sa 11:11.

Van and rear — Jos 6:9.

Companies of thousands, — Nu 31:14; 2Ki 1:9,11; 1Ch 13:1;
27:1.

Commanded by the captain of the host — 2Sa 2:8; 17:25; 20:23.

Often led by the king in person — 1Sa 8:20; 15:4,5; 2Sa 12:29;
1Ki 22:1-53.

Inferior officers of, appointed by

The chief officers — De 20:9.

The king — 2Sa 18:1; 2Ch 25:5.

The captain of the host — 2Sa 18:11; 2Ki 4:13.

Persons liable to serve in — Nu 1:2,3.

Persons exempted from serving in

Who had built a house — De 20:5.

Who had planted a vineyard — De 20:6.

Who were lately betrothed — De 20:7.

Who were newly married — De 24:5.

Refusing to join, stigmatised — Jdj 5:15-17.

Refusing to join, often punished — Jdj 21:5,8-11; 1Sa 11:7.

The fearful allowed to leave — De 20:8; Jdj 7:3.

Sometimes consisted of the whole nation — Jdj 20:11; 1Sa 11:7.

Strict discipline observed in — Jos 7:16-21; 1Sa 14:24-44.

Educated in the art of war — Isa 2:4; Mic 4:3.

Often supplied with arms from public armouries — 2Ch 11:12;
26:14.

Before going to war

Were numbered and reviewed — 2Sa 18:1,2,4; 1Ki 10:15,27.

Required to keep from iniquity — De 23:9.

Consulted the Lord — Jdj 1:1; 20:27,28.

Encouraged by their commanders — 2Ch 20:20.

Ark of God frequently brought with — Jos 6:6,7; 1Sa 4:4,5; 2Sa
11:11; 15:24.

Attended by priest with trumpets — Nu 10:9; 31:6; 2Ch 13:13,14.

Praises of God often sung before — 2Ch 20:21,22.

Often disposed to battle with Judgment, — 2Sa 10:9.

Bravery and fidelity in, rewarded — Jos 15:16; 1Sa 17:25;
18:17; 2Sa 18:11; 1Ch 11:6.

Men selected from, for difficult enterprises — Ex 17:9; Nu
31:5,6; Jos 7:4; 8:3; Jdj 7:5,6; 2Sa 17:1.

Directed in their movements by God — Jos 8:1,2; Jdj 1:2; 2Sa
5:25; 1Ch 14:16.

With the aid of God all-powerful — Le 26:3,7,8; De 7:24; 32:30;
Jos 1:5.

Without God easily overcome — Le 26:17; Nu 14:42,45.

Mode of supplying

Food brought by themselves — Jos 1:11.

Food sent by their families — 1Sa 17:17.

Contribution levied — Jdj 8:5; 1Sa 25:4-8.

By presents — 2Sa 17:27-29.

Congratulated on returning victorious — 1Sa 18:6,7; Ex 15:1-21.

Purified on returning from war — Nu 31:19-24.

Disbanded after war — 1Sa 13:2; 1Ki 22:36.

Part of, retained in times of peace by the kings — 1Sa 13:1,2;
1Ch 27:1-15

Arms, Military


Made of iron, steel, or brass — Job 20:24; 1Sa 17:5,6.

Offensive

Sword — Jdj 20:15; Eze 32:27.

Two-edged sword — Ps 149:6; Pr 5:4.

Dagger — Jdj 3:16,21,22.

Dart or javelin — 1Sa 18:10,11; 2Sa 18:14.

Spear or lance — 1Sa 26:7; Jer 50:42.

Battle-axe — Eze 26:9; Jer 51:20.

Bow and arrows — Ge 48:22; 1Ki 22:34.

Sling — 1Sa 17:50; 2Ki 3:25.

Hand staff — Mt 26:47.

Called weapons of war — 2Sa 1:27.

Called instruments of war — 1Ch 12:33,37.

Called instruments of death — Ps 7:13.

Defensive

Helmet — 1Sa 17:5,38; 2Ch 26:14.

Coat of mail, breastplate, habergeon, or brigandine — 1Sa
17:5,38; Ex 28:32; Jer 46:4; Re 9:9.

Girdle — 1Sa 18:4; 2Sa 18:11.

Target — 1Sa 17:6.

Greaves — 1Sa 17:6.

Shield — 1Ki 10:16,17; 14:26,27.

Buckler — 1Ch 5:18; Eze 26:8.

Called harness — 1Ki 22:34.

Called armour — Lu 11:22.

For sieges

Battering Rams — 2Sa 20:15; Eze 4:2.

Engines for casting stones — 2Ch 26:15.

Not worn in ordinary times — 1Sa 21:8.

Put on at the first alarm — Isa 8:9; Jer 46:3,4.

Armouries built for — 2Ki 20:13; Song 4:4.

Great stores of, prepared — 2Ch 32:5.

Were provided

By individuals themselves — 1Ch 12:33,37.

From the public arsenals — 2Ch 11:12; 26:14.

Often given as presents — 1Ki 10:25.

Before using

Tried and proved — 1Sa 17:39.

Burnished — Jer 46:4; Eze 21:9-11,28.

Anointed — Isa 21:5.

Part of, borne by armour-bearers — Jdj 9:54; 1Sa 14:1; 16:21.

Hung of the walls of cities — Eze 27:10,11.

Of the vanquished

Taken off them — 2Sa 2:21; Lu 11:22.

Sometimes kept as trophies — 1Sa 17:54.

Sometime burned — Eze 39:9,10.

Of conquered nations taken away to prevent rebellion — Jdj 5:8;
1Sa 13:19-22

Inferior to wisdom — Ec 9:18.

Illustrative of

Spiritual armour — Ro 13:12; 2Co 6:7; Eph 6:11-14; 1Th 5:8.

Spiritual weapons — 2Co 10:4; Eph 6:17.

Judgments of God — Isa 13:5; Jer 50:25

Arrows


Deadly and destructive weapons — Pr 26:18.

Called shafts — Isa 49:2.

Sharp — Ps 120:4; Isa 5:28.

Bright and polished — Isa 49:2; Jer 51:11.

Sometimes poisoned — Job 6:4.

Carried in a quiver — Ge 27:3; Isa 49:2; Jer 5:16; La 3:13.

Discharged

From a bow — Ps 11:2; Isa 7:24.

From engines — 2Ch 26:15.

At a mark for amusement — 1Sa 20:20-22.

At the beasts of the earth — Ge 27:3.

Against enemies — 2Ki 19:32; Jer 50:14.

With great force — Nu 24:8; 2Ki 9:24.

Fleetness of, alluded to — Zec 9:14.

The ancients divined by — Eze 21:21.

Illustrative

Of Christ — Isa 49:2.

Of the word of Christ — Ps 45:5.

Of God’s judgment — De 32:23-42; Ps 7:13; 21:12; 64:7; Eze
5:16.

Of severe afflictions — Job 6:4; Ps 38:2.

Of bitter words — Ps 64:3.

Of slanderous tongues — Jer 9:8.

Of false witnesses — Pr 25:18.

Of devices of the wicked — Ps 11:2.

Of young children — Ps 127:5.

Of lightnings — Ps 77:17,18; Hab 3:11.

(Broken), of destruction of power — Ps 76:3.

(Falling from the hand), of the paralysing power — Eze 39:3

Arts of The


Apothecary or perfumer — Ex 30:25,35.

Armourer — 1Sa 8:12.

Baker — Ge 40:1; 1Sa 8:13.

Brick-maker — Ge 11:3; Ex 5:7,8,18.

Brazier — Ge 4:22; 2Ti 4:14.

Blacksmith — Ge 4:22; 1Sa 13:19.

Carver — Ex 31:5; 1Ki 6:18.

Carpenter — 2Sa 5:11; Mr 6:3.

Calker — Eze 27:9,27.

Confectioner — 1Sa 8:13.

Dyer — Ex 25:5.

Embroiderer — Ex 35:35; 38:23.

Embalmer — Ge 50:2,3,26.

Engraver — Ex 28:11; Isa 49:16; 2Co 3:7.

Founder — Jdj 17:4; Jer 10:9.

Fuller — 2Ki 18:17; Mr 9:3.

Gardener — Jer 29:5; Joh 20:15.

Goldsmith — Isa 40:19.

Husbandman — Ge 4:2; 9:20.

Mariner, &c — Eze 27:8,9.

Mason — 2Sa 5:11; 2Ch 24:12.

Musician — 1Sa 18:6; 1Ch 15:16.

Potter — Isa 64:8; Jer 18:3; La 4:2; Zec 11:13.

Refiner of metals — 1Ch 28:18; Mal 3:2,3.

Rope maker — Jdj 16:11.

Silversmith — Ac 19:24.

Stone cutter — Ex 20:25; 1Ch 22:15.

Ship builder — 1Ki 9:26.

Smelter of metals — Job 28:2.

Spinner — Ex 35:25; Pr 31:19.

Tailor — Ex 28:3.

Tanner — Ac 9:43; 10:6.

Tent-maker — Ge 4:20; Ac 18:3.

Weaver — Ex 35:35; Joh 19:23.

Wine-maker — Ne 13:15; Isa 63:3.

Writer — Jdj 5:14

Ascension of Christ, The


Prophecies respecting — Ps 24:7; 68:18; Eph 4:7,8.

Foretold by himself — Joh 6:62; 7:33; 14:28; 16:5; 20:17.

Forty days after his resurrection — Ac 1:3.

Described — Ac 1:9.

From Mount Olivet — Lu 24:50; Mr 11:1; Ac 1:12.

While blessing his disciples — Lu 24:50.

When he had atoned for sin — Heb 9:12; 10:12.

Was triumphant — Ps 68:18.

Was to supreme power and dignity — Lu 24:26; Eph 1:20,21; 1Pe
3:22.

As the forerunner of his people — Heb 6:20.

To intercede — Ro 8:34; Heb 9:24.

To send the Holy Spirit — Joh 16:7; Ac 2:33.

To receive gifts for men — Ps 68:18; Eph 4:8,11.

To prepare a place for his people — Joh 14:2.

His second coming shall be in like manner as — Ac 1:10,11.

Typified — Le 16:15; Heb 6:20; 9:7,9,12

Asher, the Tribe Of


Descended form Jacob’s eighth son — Ge 30:12,13.

Predictions concerning — Ge 49:20; De 33:24,25.

Strength of, on leaving Egypt — Nu 1:40,41.

Persons selected from

To number the people — Nu 1:13.

To spy out the land — Nu 13:13.

To divide the land — Nu 34:27.

The centre of the fourth division of Israel in its journeys —
Nu 10:25,26.

Encamped next to, and under the standard of Dan, north of the
tabernacles — Nu 2:25,27.

Offering of, at the dedication — Nu 7:72-77.

Families of — Nu 26:44-47.

Strength of on entering Canaan — Nu 26:47.

On Ebal, said amen to the curses of the law — De 27:13.

Bounds of their inheritance — Jos 19:24-31.

Bordered on the sea — Jos 19:29; Jdj 5:17.

Did not fully drive out Canaanites — Jdj 1:31,32.

Reproved for not aiding against Sisera — Jdj 5:17.

Assisted Gideon against the Midianites — Jdj 6:35; 7:23.

Some of, at coronation of David — 1Ch 12:36.

Officers place over, by Solomon — 1Ki 4:16.

Aided in Hezekiah’s reformation — 2Ch 30:11.

Remarkable persons of — 1Ch 7:30-40; Lu 2:36

Asp, or Adder

Dangerous to travellers — Ge 49:17.

Described as

Venomous — Job 20:14,16.

Not to be charmed — Ps 58:5.

Illustrative

Of obstinate rejecters of God’s Word — Ps 58:4,5.

Of the enemies of God’s people — Ps 91:13.

(Venom of), of the speech of the wicked — Ps 140:3; Ro 3:13.

(Venom of), of injurious effects of wine — De 32:33; Pr 23:32.

(Deprived of its venom), of the effects of conversion — Isa
11:8,9

Ass, the Domestic


Unclean — Le 11:2,3,26; Ex 13:13.

Described as

Not devoid of instinct — Isa 1:3.

Strong — Ge 49:14.

Fond of ease — Ge 49:14,15.

Often fed on vine-leaves — Ge 49:11.

Formed a part of patriarchal wealth — Ge 12:16; 30:43; Job 1:3;
42:12.

Was used

In agriculture — Isa 30:6,24.

For bearing burdens — Ge 42:26; 1Sa 25:18.

For riding — Ge 22:3; Nu 22:21.

In harness — Isa 21:7.

In war — 2Ki 7:7,10.

Governed by a bridle — Pr 26:3.

Urged on with a staff — Nu 22:23,27.

Women often rode on — Jos 15:18; 1Sa 25:20.

Persons of rank rode on — Jdj 10:3,4; 2Sa 16:2.

Judges of Israel rode on white — Jdj 5:10.

Young, most valued for labour — Isa 30:6,24.

Trusty persons appointed to take care of — Ge 36:24; 1Sa 9:3;
1Ch 27:30.

Often taken unlawfully by corrupt rulers — Nu 16:15; 1Sa 8:16;
12:3.

Later counted as an ignoble creature — Jer 22:19.

Laws respecting

Not to be coveted — Ex 20:17.

Fallen under a burden, to be assisted — Ex 23:5.

Astray, to be brought back to its owners — Ex 23:4; De 22:1.

Astray, to be taken care of till its owner appeared — De
22:2,3.

Not to be yoked with an ox — De 22:10.

To enjoy the rest of the Sabbath — De 5:14.

First-born of, if not redeemed, to have its neck broken — Ex
13:13; 34:20.

Christ entered Jerusalem on — Zec 9:9; Joh 12:14.

Miracles connected with

Mouth of Balaam’s opened to speak — Nu 22:28; 2Pe 2:16.

A thousand men slain by Samson with a jaw-bone of — Jdj 15:19.

Water brought from the jaw-bone of — Jdj 15:19.

Not torn by a lion — 1Ki 13:28.

Eaten during famine in Samaria — 2Ki 6:25

Ass, the Wild


Inhabits wild and solitary places — Job 39:6; Isa 32:14; Da
5:21.

Ranges the mountains for food — Job 39:8.

Brays when hungry — Job 6:5.

Suffers in time of scarcity — Jer 14:6.

Described as

Fond of liberty — Job 39:5.

Intractable — Job 11:12.

Unsocial — Ho 8:9.

Despises his pursuers — Job 39:7.

Supported by God — Ps 104:10,11.

Illustrative of

Intractableness of natural man — Job 11:12.

The wicked in their pursuit of sin — Job 24:5.

Israel in their love of idols — Jer 2:23,24.

The Assyrian power — Ho 8:9.

The Ishmaelites (Hebrew) — Ge 16:12

Assurance


Produced by faith — Eph 3:12; 2Ti 1:12; Heb 10:22.

Made full by hope — Heb 6:11,19.

Confirmed by love — 1Jo 3:14,19; 4:18.

Is the effect of righteousness — Isa 32:17.

Is abundant in the understanding of the gospel — Col 2:2; 1Th
1:5.

Saints privileged to have, of

Their election — Ps 4:3; 1Th 1:4.

Their redemption — Job 19:25.

Their adoption — Ro 8:16; 1Jo 3:2.

Their salvation — Isa 12:2.

Eternal life — 1Jo 5:13.

The unalienable love of God — Ro 8:38,39.

Union with God and Christ — 1Co 6:15; 2Co 13:5; Eph 5:30; 1Jo
2:5; 4:13.

Peace with God by Christ — Ro 5:1.

Preservation — Ps 3:6,8; 27:3-5; 46:1-3.

Answers to prayer — 1Jo 3:22; 5:14,15.

Continuance in grace — Php 1:6.

Comfort in affliction — Ps 73:26; Lu 4:18,19; 2Co
4:8-10,16-18.

Support in death — Ps 23:4.

A glorious resurrection — Job 19:26; Ps 17:15; Php 3:21; 1Jo
3:2.

A kingdom — Heb 12:28; Re 5:10.

A crown — 2Ti 4:7,8; Jas 1:12.

Give diligence to attain to — 2Pe 1:10,11.

Strive to maintain — Heb 3:14,18.

Confident hope in God restores — Ps 42:11.

Exemplified

David — Ps 23:4; 73:24-26.

Paul — 2Ti 1:12; 4:18

Assyria


Antiquity and origin of — Ge 10:8-11.

Situated beyond the Euphrates — Isa 7:20.

Watered by the river Tigris — Ge 2:14.

Called

The land of Nimrod — Mic 5:6.

Shinar — Ge 11:2; 14:1.

Asshur — Ho 14:3.

Nineveh, chief city of — Ge 10:11; 2Ki 19:36.

Governed by kings — 2Ki 15:19,29.

Celebrated for

Fertility — 2Ki 18:32; Isa 36:17.

Extent of conquests — 2Ki 18:33-35; 19:11-13; Isa 10:9-14.

Extensive commerce — Eze 27:23,24.

Idolatry, the religion of — 2Ki 19:37.

As a power, was

Most formidable — Isa 28:2.

Intolerant and oppressive — Na 3:19.

Cruel and destructive — Isa 10:7.

Selfish and reserved — Ho 8:9.

Unfaithful, — 2Ch 28:20,21.

Proud and haughty — 2Ki 19:22-24; Isa 10:8.

An instrument of God’s vengeance — Isa 7:18,19; 10:5,6.

Chief men of, described — Eze 23:6,12,23.

Armies of, described — Isa 5:26-29.

Pul king of

Invaded Israel — 2Ki 15:19.

Brought off by Menahem — 2Ki 15:19,20.

Tiglathpileser king of

Ravaged Israel — 2Ki 15:29.

Asked to aid Ahaz against Syria — 2Ki 16:7,8.

Took money from Ahaz, but strengthened him not — 2Ch 28:20,21.

Conquered Syria — 2Ki 16:9.

Shalmaneser king of

Reduced Israel to tribute — 2Ki 17:3.

Was conspired against by Hoshea — 2Ki 17:4.

Imprisoned Hoshea — 2Ki 17:4.

Carried Israel captive — 2Ki 17:5,6.

Re-peopled Samaria from Assyria — 2Ki 17:24.

Sennacherib king of

Invaded Judah — 2Ki 18:13.

Bought off by Hezekiah — 2Ki 18:14-16.

Insulted and threatened Judah — 2Ki 18:17-32; 19:10-13.

Blasphemed the Lord — 2Ki 18:33-35.

Prayed against by Hezekiah — 2Ki 19:14-19.

Reproved for pride and blasphemy — 2Ki 19:12-34; Isa 37:21-29.

His army destroyed by God — 2Ki 19:35.

Assassinated by his sons — 2Ki 19:36.

Condemned for oppressing God’s people — Isa 52:4.

Manasseh taken captive to — 2Ch 33:11.

The re-peopling of Samaria from, completed by Asnappar — Ezr
4:10.

Idolatry of, brought into Samaria — 2Ki 17:29.

Judah condemned for trusting to — Jer 2:18,36.

Israel condemned for trusting to — Ho 5:13; 7:11; 8:9.

The Jews condemned for following the idolatries of — Eze 16:28;
23:5,7-49.

The greatness, extent, duration, and fall, illustrated — Eze
31:3-17.

Predictions respecting

Conquest of the Kenites by — Nu 24:22.

Conquest of Syria by — Isa 8:4.

Conquest and captivity of Israel by — Isa 8:4; Ho 9:3; 10:6;
11:5.

Invasion of Judah by — Isa 5:26; 7:17-20; 8:8; 10:5,6,12.

Restoration of Israel from — Isa 27:12,13; Ho 11:11; Zec
10:10.

Destruction of — Isa 10:12-19; 14:24,25; 30:31-33; 31:8,9; Zec
10:11.

Participation in the blessings of the gospel — Isa 19:23-25;
Mic 7:12

Atonement, The


Explained — Ro 5:8-11; 2Co 5:18,19; Ga 1:4; 1Jo 2:2; 4:10.

Foreordained — Ro 3:25; 1Pe 1:11,20; Re 13:8.

Foretold — Isa 53:4-6,8-12; Da 9:24-27; Zec 13:1,7; Joh
11:50,51.

Effected by Christ alone — Joh 1:29,36; Ac 4:10,12; 1Th 1:10;
1Ti 2:5,6; Heb 2:9; 1Pe 2:24.

Was voluntary — Ps 40:6-8; Heb 10:5-9; Joh 10:11,15,17,18.

Exhibits the

Grace and mercy of God — Ro 8:32; Eph 2:4,5,7; 1Ti 2:4; Heb
2:9.

Love of God — Ro 5:8; 1Jo 4:9,10.

Love of Christ — Joh 15:13; Ga 2:20; Eph 5:2,25; Re 1:5.

Reconciles the justice and mercy of God — Isa 45:21; Ro
3:25,26.

Necessity for — Isa 59:16; Lu 19:10; Heb 9:22.

Made but once — Heb 7:27; 9:24-28; 10:10,12,14; 1Pe 3:18.

Acceptable to God — Eph 5:2.

Reconciliation to God effected by — Ro 5:10; 2Co 5:18-20; Eph
2:13-16; Col 1:20-22; Heb 2:17; 1Pe 3:18.

Access to God by — Heb 10:19,20.

Remission of sins by — Joh 1:29; Ro 3:25; Eph 1:7; 1Jo 1:7; Re
1:5.

Justification by — Ro 5:9; 2Co 5:21.

Sanctification by — 2Co 5:15; Eph 5:26,27; Tit 2:14; Heb 10:10;
13:12.

Redemption by — Mt 20:28; Ac 20:28; 1Ti 2:6; Heb 9:12; Re 5:9.

Has delivered saints from the

Power of sin — Ro 8:3; 1Pe 1:18,19.

Power of the World — Ga 1:4; 6:14.

Power of the devil — Col 2:15; Heb 2:14,15.

Saints glorify God for — 1Co 6:20; Ga 2:20; Php 1:20,21.

Saints rejoice in God for — Ro 5:11.

Saints praise God for — Re 5:9-13.

Faith in, indispensable — Ro 3:25; Ga 3:13,14.

Commemorated in the Lord’s supper — Mt 26:26-28; 1Co 11:23-26.

Ministers should fully set forth — Ac 5:29-31,42; 1Co 15:3; 2Co
5:18-21.

Typified — Ge 4:4; Heb 11:4; Ge 22:2; Heb 11:17,19; Ex
12:5,11,14; 1Co 5:7; Ex 24:8; Heb 9:20; Le 16:30,34; Heb
9:7,12,28; Le 17:11; Heb 9:22

Atonement, the Day Of


Tenth day of seventh month — Le 23:26,27.

A day of humiliation — Le 16:29,31; 23:27.

Observed as a sabbath — Le 23:28,32.

Offerings to be made on — Le 16:3,5-15.

The high priest entered into the holy place on — Le 16:2,3; Heb
9:7.

Atonement made on

For the holy place — Ex 30:10; Le 16:15,16.

For the high priest — Le 16:11; Heb 9:7.

For the whole congregation — Le 16:17,24; 23:28; Heb 9:7.

The sins of the people borne off by the scapegoat on — Le
16:21.

Punishment for not observing — Le 23:29,30.

Year of Jubilee commenced on — Le 25:9.

Typical — Heb 9:8,24

Atonement, Under the Law


Made by sacrifice — Le 1:4,5.

By priests alone — 1Ch 6:49; 2Ch 29:24.

Necessary for

Propitiating God — Ex 32:30; Le 23:27,28; 2Sa 21:3.

Ransoming — Ex 30:15,16; Job 33:24.

Purifying — Ex 29:36.

Offered for

The congregation — Nu 15:25; 2Ch 29:24.

The priests — Ex 29:31-33; Le 8:34.

Persons sinning ignorantly — Le 4:20-35.

Persons sinning wilfully — Le 6:7.

Persons swearing rashly — Le 5:4,6.

Persons withholding evidence — Le 5:1,6.

Persons unclean — Le 5:2,3,6.

Women after childbirth — Le 12:8.

The altar — Ex 29:36,37; Le 16:18,19.

The holy place — Le 16:16,17.

The healed leper — Le 14:18.

The leprous house healed — Le 14:53.

Extraordinary cases of — Ex 32:30-34; Nu 16:47; 25:10-13.

Typical of Christ’s atonement — Ro 5:6-11
 

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