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

Alphabetical Listings

Gad, the Tribe Of


Descended from Jacob’s seventh son — Ge 30:11

Predictions respecting — Ge 49:19; De 33:20,21

Persons selected from

To number the people. — Nu 1:14

To spy out the land. — Nu 13:15

Strength of, on leaving Egypt — Nu 1:24,25

The rear of second division of Israel in their journeys — Nu
10:18-20

Encamped south of the tabernacle under the standard of Reuben —
Nu 2:10,14

Offering of, at the dedication — Nu 7:42-47

Families of — Nu 26:15-17

Strength of, on entering Canaan — Nu 26:18

On Ebal, said amen to the curse — De 27:13

Sought and obtained its inheritance east of Jordan — Nu
32:1-33

Bounds of its inheritance — Jos 13:24-28

Cities built by — Nu 32:34-36

Assisted in conquest of Canaan — Jos 4:12,13

After the conquest, returned home — Jos 22:9

Assisted in building the altar of witness which excited the
jealousy of Israel — Jos 22:10-29

Many from other tribes sought refuge with, from the Philistines
— 1Sa 13:7

Eleven of, swam the Jordan, and joined David in the hold — 1Ch
12:8-15

Some of, at coronation of David — 1Ch 12:37,38

David appointed rulers over — 1Ch 26:32

Spoiled the Hagarites — 1Ch 5:18-22

Subdued by Hazael king of Syria — 2Ki 10:33

Taken captive to Assyria — 2Ki 15:29; 1Ch 5:22,26

Land of, seized by the Moabites and Ammonites — Jer 48:18-24;
49:1

Galilee


Separated from Judea by Samaria — Joh 4:3,4

Upper part of, called Galilee of the Gentiles — Isa 9:1; Mt
4:15

Lake of Gennesaret, called the sea of — Mt 15:29; Lu 5:1

Kadesh the city of refuge for — Jos 21:32

Inhabitants of

Called Galilaeans. — Ac 2:7

Used a peculiar dialect. — Mt 26:73; Mr 14:70

Despised by the Jews. — Joh 7:41,52

Opposed the Roman taxation. — Ac 5:37

Cruelly treated by Pilate. — Lu 13:1

Twenty cities of, given to Hiram — 1Ki 9:11

Conquered by the Syrians — 1Ki 15:20

Conquered by the Assyrians — 2Ki 15:29

Jurisdiction of, granted to Herod by the Romans — Lu 3:1;
23:6,7

Supplied Tyre, &c with provisions — Ac 12:20

Christ

Brought up in. — Mt 2:22; Lu 2:39,51

Despised as of. — Mt 26:69; Joh 7:52

Chose his Apostles from. — Mt 4:18,21; Joh 1:43,44; Ac 1:11

Preaching in, predicted. — Isa 9:1,2; Mt 4:14,15

Preached throughout. — Mr 1:39; Lu 4:44

Commenced, and wrought many miracles in. — Mt 4:23,24;
15:29-31

Kindly received in. — Joh 4:45

Followed by the people of. — Mt 4:25

Ministered to by women of. — Mt 27:55; Mr 15:41; Lu 8:3

Sought refuge in. — Joh 4:1,3

Appeared in, to his disciples after his resurrection. — Mt
26:32; 28:7

Modern towns of

Accho or Ptolemais. — Jdj 1:31

Tiberias. — Joh 6:23

Nazareth. — Mt 2:22,23; Lu 1:26

Cana. — Joh 2:1; 21:2

Capernaum. — Mt 4:13

Chorazin. — Mt 11:21

Bethsaida. — Mr 6:45; Joh 1:44

Nain. — Lu 7:11

Caesarea. — Ac 9:30; 10:24

Caesarea Philippi. — Mt 16:13; Mr 8:27

Christian churches established in — Ac 9:31

Gardens


Often made by the banks of rivers — Nu 24:6

Kinds of, mentioned in scripture

Herbs. — De 11:10; 1Ki 21:2

Cucumbers. — Isa 1:8

Fruit trees. — Ec 2:5,6

Spices, &c. — Song 4:16; 6:2

Often enclosed — Song 4:12

Often refreshed by fountains — Song 4:15

Taken care of by gardeners — Joh 20:15

Lodges erected in — Isa 1:8

Often used for

Entertainments. — Song 5:1

Retirement. — Joh 18:1

Burial places. — 2Ki 21:18,26; Joh 19:41

Idolatrous worship. — Isa 1:29; 65:3

Blasting of, a punishment — Am 4:9

Jews ordered to plant, in Babylon — Jer 29:5,28

Of eden

Planted by the Lord. — Ge 2:8

Called the garden of the Lord. — Ge 13:10

Called the garden of God. — Eze 28:13

Had every tree good for food. — Ge 2:9

Watered by a river. — Ge 2:10-14

Man placed in, to dress and keep. — Ge 2:8,15

Man driven from, after the fall. — Ge 3:23,24

Fertility of Canaan like. — Ge 13:10; Joe 2:3

The future state of the Jews shall be like. — Isa 51:3; Eze
36:35

Illustrative

Of the church. — Song 5:1; 6:2,11

(Enclosed,) of the pleasantness, fruitfulness, and security of
the church. — Song 4:12

(Well watered,) of spiritual prosperity of the church. — Isa
58:11; Jer 31:12

(When dried up,) of the wicked. — Isa 1:30

Garments


Origin of — Ge 3:7,21

Called

Raiment. — Ge 28:20; De 8:4

Clothes. — Pr 6:27; Eze 16:39

Clothing. — Job 22:6; 31:19

Vesture. — Ge 41:42; Re 19:16

Materials used for

Wool. — Pr 27:26; Eze 34:3

Silk. — Pr 31:22

Linen. — Le 6:10; Es 8:15

Camel’s hair. — Mt 3:4

Skins. — Heb 11:37

Sackcloth. — 2Sa 3:31; 2Ki 19:1

Not to be made of mixed materials — De 22:11

Of the sexes, not to be interchanged — De 22:5

Colours of, mentioned

White. — Ec 9:8

Blue. — Eze 23:6

Purple. — Eze 7:27; Lu 16:19

Scarlet. — 2Sa 1:24; Da 5:7

Different colours. — Ge 37:3; 2Sa 13:18

Were often fringed and bordered — Nu 15:38; De 22:12

Scribes and Pharisees condemned for making broad the borders of
— Mt 23:5

Worn long and flowing — Lu 20:46; Re 1:13

Girt up during employment — Lu 17:8; Joh 13:4

Mentioned in scripture

Hyke or upper garment. — De 24:13; Mt 21:8

Burnouse or cloak. — Lu 6:29; 2Ti 4:13

Tunic or coat. — Joh 19:23; 21:7

Girdle. — 1Sa 18:4; Ac 21:11

Bonnet or hat. — Le 8:13; Da 3:21

Shoe or sandal. — Ex 3:5; Mr 6:9

Vail. — Ge 24:65

Liable to plague and leprosy — Le 13:47-59

Cleansed by water from ceremonial uncleanness — Le 11:32; Nu
31:20

Of the rich

Of the finest materials. — Mt 11:8

Gay. — Jas 2:23

Gorgeous. — Lu 7:25; Ac 12:21

Embroidered. — Ps 45:14; Eze 16:18

Perfumed. — Ps 45:8; Song 4:11

Multiplied and heaped up. — Job 27:17; Isa 3:22

Often moth-eaten. — Job 13:28; Jas 5:2

Of the poor

Provided specially by God. — De 10:18

Vile. — Jas 2:2

Used as a covering by night. — De 24:13

Not to be retained in pledge. — De 24:12,13

Grew old and wore out — Jos 9:5; Ps 102:26

Of Israel preserved for forty years — De 8:4

Were often changed — Ge 35:2; 41:14

Of those slain with a sword not used — Isa 14:19

Given as a token of covenants — 1Sa 18:4

Given as presents — Ge 45:22; 2Ki 5:22

Often rent in affliction — 2Sa 15:32; Ezr 9:3,5

Illustrative

(White,) of righteousness. — Mt 28:3; Re 3:18

(Rolled in blood,) of victory. — Isa 9:5

(Washed in wine,) of abundance. — Ge 49:11

Gates


Design of — Isa 62:10

Made of

Brass. — Ps 107:16; Isa 45:2

Iron. — Ac 12:10

Often two-leaved — Isa 45:1

Fastened with bars of iron — Ps 107:16; Isa 45:2

Made to

Cities. — 1Ki 17:10

Houses. — Lu 16:20; Ac 12:14

Temples. — Ac 3:2

Palaces. — Es 5:13

Prisons. — Ac 12:10

Camps. — Ex 32:26

Rivers. — Na 2:6

Of cities

Chief places of concourse. — Pr 1:21

Courts of justice held at. — De 16:18; 2Sa 15:2; Pr 22:22,23

Land sold at. — Ge 23:10,16

Land redeemed at. — 2Ki 7:1,18

Markets held at. — 2Ki 7:1,18

Proclamations made at. — Pr 1:21; Jer 17:19

Councils of state held at. — 2Ch 18:9; Jer 39:3

Conferences held at. — Ge 34:20; 2Sa 3:27

Public commendation given at. — Pr 31:23,31

Public censure passed at. — Job 5:4; Isa 29:21

Shut at night-fall. — Jos 2:5; Ne 13:19

Chief points of attack in war. — Jdj 5:8; Isa 22:7; Eze 21:15

Battering rams used against. — Eze 21:22

Experienced officers placed over. — 2Ki 7:17

Troops reviewed at, going to war. — 2Sa 18:4

Often razed and burned. — Ne 1:3; La 2:9

Idolatrous rites performed at. — Ac 14:13

Criminals punished at. — De 17:5; Jer 20:2

Custom of sitting at, in the evening, alluded to. — Ge 19:1

Of the temple

Called gates of Zion. — La 1:4

Called gates of righteousness. — Ps 118:19

Called gates of the Lord. — Ps 118:20

Overlaid with gold. — 2Ki 18:16

One specially beautiful. — Ac 3:2

Levites the porters of. — 2Ch 8:14; 23:4

Charge of, given by lot. — 1Ch 26:13-19

The treasury placed at. — 2Ch 24:8; Mr 12:41

The pious Israelites delighted to enter. — Ps 118:19,20; 100:4

Frequented by beggars. — Ac 3:2

Of Jerusalem

High gate of Benjamin. — Jer 20:2; 37:13

Fish gate. — 2Ch 33:14; Ne 3:3

Sheep gate. — Ne 3:1; Joh 5:2

Gate of Miphkad. — Ne 3:31

Gate of Ephraim. — Ne 12:39

Valley gate. — 2Ch 26:9; Ne 2:13

Water gate. — Ne 3:26; 8:3

Horse gate. — 2Ch 23:15; Ne 3:28

Old gate. — Ne 3:6; 12:39

Corner gate. — 2Ch 26:9

Dung gate. — Ne 3:14; 12:31

Gate of the fountain. — Ne 3:15

Carcase of sin-offering burned without — Le 4:12; Heb 13:11-13

Criminals generally punished without — Le 24:23; Joh 19:17; Heb
13:12

Illustrative

Of Christ. — Joh 10:9

(Of heaven,) of access to God. — Ge 28:12-17

(Of hell,) of Satan’s power. — Mt 16:18

(Of the grave,) of death. — Isa 38:10

(Strait,) of the entrance to life. — Mt 7:14

(Wide,) of the entrance to ruin. — Mt 7:13

Genealogies


The Jews reckoned by — 1Ch 9:1; 2Ch 31:19

Public registers kept of — 2Ch 12:15; Ne 7:5

Of Christ

Given. — Mt 1:1-17; Lu 3:23-38

Prove his descent from Judah. — Heb 7:14

Priests who could not prove their own, excluded from the
priesthood — Ezr 2:62; Ne 7:64

Subject of, to be avoided — 1Ti 1:4; Tit 3:9

Illustrative of the record of saints in the book of life — Lu
10:20; Heb 12:23; Re 3:5

Gentiles


Comprehend all nations except the Jews — Ro 2:9; 3:9; 9:24

Called

Heathen. — Ps 2:1; Ga 3:8

Nations. — Ps 9:20; 22:28; Isa 9:1

Uncircumcised. — Isa 14:6; 52:1

Uncircumcision. — Ro 2:26

Greeks. — Ro 1:16; 10:12

Strangers. — Isa 14:1; 60:10

Ruled by God — 2Ch 20:6; Ps 47:8

Chastised by God — Ps 9:5; 94:10

Counsel of, brought to nought — Ps 33:10

Characterised as

Ignorant of God. — Ro 1:21; 1Th 4:5

Refusing to know God. — Ro 1:28

Without the law. — Ro 2:14

Idolatrous. — Ro 1:23,25; 1Co 12:2

Superstitious. — De 18:14

Depraved and wicked. — Ro 1:28-32; Eph 4:19

Blasphemous and reproachful. — Ne 5:9

Constant to their false gods. — Jer 2:11

Hated and despised the Jews — Es 9:1,5; Ps 44:13,14; 123:3

Often ravaged and defiled the holy land and sanctuary — Ps
79:1; La 1:10

The Jews

Not to follow the ways of. — Le 18:3; Jer 10:2

Not to intermarry with. — De 7:3

Permitted to have, as servants. — Le 25:44

Despised, as if dogs. — Mt 15:26

Never associated with. — Ac 10:28; 11:2,3

Often corrupted by. — 2Ki 17:7,8

Dispersed amongst. — Joh 7:35

Excluded from Israel’s privileges — Eph 2:11,12

Not allowed to enter the temple — Ac 21:28,29

Outer court of temple for — Eph 2:14; Re 11:2

Given to Christ as His inheritance — Ps 2:8

Christ given as a light to — Isa 42:6; Lu 2:32

Conversion of, predicted — Isa 2:2; 11:10

United with the Jews against Christ — Ac 4:27

The gospel not to be preached to, till preached to the Jews —
Mt 10:5; Lu 24:47; Ac 13:46

First special introduction of the gospel to — Ac 10:34-45;
15:14

First general introduction of the gospel to — Ac 13:48,49,52;
15:12

Paul the apostle of — Ac 9:15; Ga 2:7,8

Jerusalem trodden down by, &c — Lu 21:24

Israel rejected till the fulness of — Ro 11:25

Gibeonites


Descended from the Hivites and Amorites — Jos 9:3,7; 2Sa 21:2

A mighty and warlike people — Jos 10:2

Cities of — Jos 9:17

Israel

Deceived by. — Jos 9:4-13

Made a league with. — Jos 9:15

Spared on account of their oath. — Jos 9:18,19

Appointed, hewers of wood, &c. — Jos 9:20-27

Attacked by the kings of Canaan — Jos 10:1-5

Delivered by Israel — Jos 10:6-10

Saul sought to destroy — 2Sa 21:2

Israel plagued for Saul’s cruelty to — 2Sa 21:1

Effected the destruction of the remnant of Saul’s house — 2Sa
21:4-9

The office of the Nethinim probably originated in — 1Ch 9:2

Part of, returned from the captivity — Ne 7:25

Gift of the Holy Spirit, The


By the Father — Ne 9:20; Lu 11:13

By the Son — Joh 20:22

To Christ without measure — Joh 3:34

Given

According to promise. — Ac 2:38,39

Upon the exaltation. — Ps 68:18; Joh 7:39

Through the intercession of Christ. — Joh 14:16

In answer to prayer. — Lu 11:13; Eph 1:16,17

For instruction. — Ne 9:20

For comfort of saints. — Joh 14:16

To those who repent and believe. — Ac 2:38

To those who obey God. — Ac 5:32

To the Gentiles. — Ac 10:44,45; 11:17; 15:8

Is abundant — Ps 68:9; Joh 7:38,39

Is permanent — Isa 59:21; Hag 2:5; 1Pe 4:14

Is fruit bearing — Isa 32:15

Received through faith — Ga 3:14

An evidence of union with Christ — 1Jo 3:24; 4:13

An earnest of the inheritance of the saints — 2Co 1:22; 5:5;
Eph 1:14

A pledge of the continued favour of God — Eze 39:29

Gifts of God, The


All blessings are — Jas 1:17; 2Pe 1:3

Are dispensed according to his will — Ec 2:26; Da 2:21; Ro
12:6; 1Co 7:7

Are free and abundant — Nu 14:8; Ro 8:32

Spiritual

Christ the chief of. — Isa 42:6; 55:4; Joh 3:16; 4:10; 6:32,33

Are through Christ. — Ps 68:18; Eph 4:7,8; Joh 6:27

The Holy Spirit. — Lu 11:13; Ac 8:20

Grace. — Ps 84:11; Jas 4:6

Wisdom. — Pr 2:6; Jas 1:5

Repentance. — Ac 11:18

Faith. — Eph 2:8; Php 1:29

Righteousness. — Ro 5:16,17

Strength and power. — Ps 68:35

A new heart. — Eze 11:19

Peace. — Ps 29:11

Rest. — Mt 11:28; 2Th 1:7

Glory. — Ps 84:11; Joh 17:22

Eternal life. — Ro 6:23

Not repented of by him. — Ro 11:29

To be used for mutual profit. — 1Pe 4:10

Pray for. — Mt 7:7,11; Joh 16:23,24

Acknowledge — Ps 4:7; 21:2

Temporal

Life. — Isa 42:5

Food and raiment. — Mt 6:25-33

Rain and fruitful seasons. — Ge 27:28; Le 26:4,5; Isa 30:23

Wisdom. — 2Ch 1:12

Peace. — Le 26:6; 1Ch 22:9

All good things. — Ps 34:10; 1Ti 6:17

To be used and enjoyed. — Ec 3:13; 5:19,20; 1Ti 4:4,5

Should cause us to remember God. — De 8:18

All creatures partake of. — Ps 136:25; 145:15,16

Pray for. — Zec 10:1; Mt 6:11

Illustrated — Mt 25:15-30

Girdles


Worn upon the loins — 1Ki 2:5; Jer 13:1,11

Worn by priests about the breasts — Re 1:13

Made of

Fine linen. — Eze 16:10

Twined linen with blue purple, &c. — Ex 39:29

Gold. — Re 1:13; 15:6

Leather. — 2Ki 1:8; Mt 3:4

Sackcloth. — Isa 3:24; La 2:10

Made for sale by industrious women — Pr 31:24

Used for

Strengthening the loins. — Pr 31:17; Isa 22:21; 23:10

Girding up the garments when walking. — 1Ki 18:46; 2Ki 4:29

Girding up the garments when working. — Lu 12:37; 17:8; Joh
13:4

Suspending the sword. — 2Sa 20:8; Ne 4:18

Suspending the inkhorn. — Eze 9:2

Holding money. — Mt 10:9; Mr 6:8

Taken off when at rest. — Isa 5:27; Joh 13:4

Given as

A token of friendship. — 1Sa 18:4

A reward of military service. — 2Sa 18:11

Illustrative of

Strength. — Ps 18:39; Isa 22:21

Gladness. — Ps 30:11

Righteousness of Christ. — Isa 11:5

Faithfulness of Christ. — Isa 11:5

Truth. — Eph 6:14

Glorifying God


Commanded — 1Ch 16:28; Ps 22:23; Isa 42:12

Due to him — 1Ch 16:29

For his

Holiness. — Ps 99:9; Re 15:4

Mercy and truth. — Ps 115:1; Ro 15:9

Faithfulness and truth. — Isa 25:1

Wondrous works. — Mt 15:31; Ac 4:21

Judgments. — Isa 25:3; Eze 28:22; Re 14:7

Deliverance. — Ps 50:15

Grace to others. — Ac 11:18; 2Co 9:13; Ga 1:24

Obligation of saints to — 1Co 6:20

Is acceptable through Christ — Php 1:11; 1Pe 4:11

Christ, an example of — Joh 17:4

Accomplished by

Relying on his promises. — Ro 4:20

Praising him. — Ps 50:23

Doing all to him. — 1Co 10:31

Dying for him. — Joh 21:19

Confessing Christ. — Php 2:11

Suffering for Christ. — 1Pe 4:14,16

Glorifying Christ. — Ac 19:17; 2Th 1:12

Bringing forth fruits of righteousness. — Joh 15:8; Php 1:11

Patience in affliction. — Isa 24:15

Faithfulness. — 1Pe 4:11

Required in body and spirit — 1Co 6:20

Shall be universal — Ps 86:9; Re 5:13

Saints should

Resolve on. — Ps 69:30; 118:28

Unite in. — Ps 34:3; Ro 15:6

Persevere in. — Ps 86:12

All the blessings of God are designed to lead to — Isa 60:21;
61:3

The holy example of saints may lead others to — Mt 5:16; 1Pe
2:12

All, by nature, fail in — Ro 3:23

The wicked averse to — Da 5:23; Ro 1:21

Punishment for not — Da 5:23,30; Mal 2:2; Ac 12:23; Ro 1:21

Heavenly host engaged in — Re 4:11

Exemplified

David. — Ps 57:5

The Multitude. — Mt 9:8; 15:31

The Virgin Mary. — Lu 1:46

Angels. — Lu 2:14

Shepherds. — Lu 2:20

Man sick of the palsy. — Lu 5:25

Woman with infirmity. — Lu 13:13

Leper. — Lu 17:15

Blind man. — Lu 18:43

Centurion. — Lu 23:47

The Church at Jerusalem. — Ac 11:18

Gentiles at Antioch. — Ac 13:48

Abraham. — Ro 4:20

Paul. — Ro 11:36

Glory


God is, to his people — Ps 3:3; Zec 2:5

Christ is, to his people — Isa 60:1; Lu 2:32

The gospel ordained to be, to saints — 1Co 2:7

Of the gospel, exceeds that of the law — 2Co 3:9,10

The joy of saints is full of — 1Pe 1:8

Spiritual

Is given by God. — Ps 84:11

Is given by Christ. — Joh 17:22

Christ. — Joh 17:22

Is the work of the Holy Spirit. — 2Co 3:18

Eternal

Procured by the death of Christ. — Heb 2:10

Accompanies salvation by Christ. — 2Ti 2:10

Inherited by saints. — 1Sa 2:8; Ps 73:24; Pr 3:35; Col 3:4; 1Pe
5:10

Saints called to. — 2Th 2:14; 1Pe 5:10

Saints afore prepared to. — Ro 9:23

Enhanced by present afflictions. — 2Co 4:17

Present afflictions not worthy to be compared with. — Ro 8:18

Of the Church shall be rich and abundant — Isa 60:11-13

The bodies of saints shall be raised in — 1Co 15:43; Php 3:21

Saints shall be, of their ministers — 1Th 2:19,20

Temporal

Is given by God. — Da 2:37

Passes away. — 1Pe 1:24

The devil tries to seduce by. — Mt 4:8

Of hypocrites turned to shame — Ho 4:7

Seek not, from man — Mt 6:2; 1Th 2:6

Of the wicked

Is in their shame. — Php 3:19

Ends in destruction. — Isa 5:14

Glory of God, The


Exhibited in Christ — Joh 1:14; 2Co 4:6; Heb 1:3

Exhibited in

His name. — De 28:58; Ne 9:5

His majesty. — Job 37:22; Ps 93:1; 104:1; 145:5,12; Isa 2:10

His power. — Ex 15:1,6; Ro 6:4

His works. — Ps 19:1; 111:3

His holiness. — Ex 15:11

Described as

Great. — Ps 138:5

Eternal. — Ps 104:31

Rich. — Eph 3:16

Highly exalted. — Ps 8:1; 113:4

Exhibited to

Moses. — Ex 34:5-7; 33:18-23

Stephen. — Ac 7:55

His Church. — De 5:24; Ps 102:16

Enlightens the Church — Isa 60:1,2; Re 21:11,23

Saints desire to behold — Ps 63:2; 90:16

God is jealous — Isa 42:8

Reverence — Isa 59:19

Plead in prayer — Ps 79:9

Declare — 1Ch 16:24; Ps 145:5,11

Magnify — Ps 57:5

The earth is full of — Isa 6:3

The knowledge of, shall fill the earth — Hab 2:14

Gluttony


Christ was falsely accused of — Mt 11:19

The wicked addicted to — Php 3:19; Jude 1:12

Leads to

Carnal security. — Isa 22:13; 1Co 15:32; Lu 12:19

Poverty. — Pr 23:21

Of princes, ruinous to their people — Ec 10:16,17

Is inconsistent in saints — 1Pe 4:3

Caution against — Pr 23:2,3; Lu 21:34; Ro 13:13,14

Pray against temptations to — Ps 141:4

Punishment of — Nu 11:33,34; Ps 78:31; De 21:21; Am 6:4,7

Danger of, illustrated — Lu 12:45,46

Exemplified

Esau. — Ge 25:30-34; Heb 12:16,17

Israel. — Nu 11:4; Ps 78:18

Sons of Eli. — 1Sa 2:12-17

Belshazzar. — Da 5:1

Goat, The


Clean and fit for food — De 14:4,5

Offered in sacrifice — Ge 15:9; Le 16:5,7

The male, best for sacrifice — Le 22:19; Ps 50:9

First-born of, not redeemed — Nu 18:17

Jews had large flocks of — Ge 32:14; 1Sa 25:2

Most profitable to the owner — Pr 27:26

Milk of, used as food — Pr 27:27

The young of

Called kids. — Ge 37:31

Kept in small flocks. — 1Ki 20:27

Fed near the shepherds’ tents. — Song 1:8

Not to be seethed in milk of mother. — Ex 23:19

Offered in sacrifice. — Le 4:23; 5:6

Offered at the passover. — Ex 12:5; 2Ch 35:7

Considered a delicacy. — Ge 27:9; Jdj 6:19

Given as a present. — Ge 38:17; Jdj 15:1

The hair of

Offered for tabernacle. — Ex 25:4; 35:23

Made into curtains, for covering the tabernacle. — Ex 35:26;
36:14-18

Made into pillows. — 1Sa 19:13

Skin of, often used as clothing — Heb 11:37

Bashan celebrated for — De 32:14

The Arabians traded in — Eze 27:21

Flocks of, always led by a male — Jer 50:8

When wild dwelt in the hills and rocks — 1Sa 24:2; Job 39:1; Ps
104:18

Illustrative

Of Macedonian empire. — Da 8:5,21

Of the wicked. — Zec 10:3; Mt 25:32,33

(Flock of,) of the church. — Song 4:1

God


Is a spirit — Joh 4:24; 2Co 3:17

Is declared to be

Light. — Isa 60:19; Jas 1:17; 1Jo 1:5

Love. — 1Jo 4:8,16

Invisible. — Job 23:8,9; Joh 1:18; 5:37; Col 1:15; 1Ti 1:17

Unsearchable. — Job 11:7; 37:23; Ps 145:3; Isa 40:28; Ro 11:33

Incorruptible. — Ro 1:23

Eternal. — De 33:27; Ps 90:2; Re 4:8-10

Immortal. — 1Ti 1:17; 6:16

Omnipotent. — Ge 17:1; Ex 6:3

Omniscient. — Ps 139:1-6; Pr 5:21

Omnipresent. — Ps 139:7; Jer 23:23

Immutable. — Ps 102:26,27; Jas 1:17

Only-wise. — Ro 16:27; 1Ti 1:17

Glorious. — Ex 15:11; Ps 145:5

Most High. — Ps 83:18; Ac 7:48

Perfect. — Mt 5:48

Holy. — Ps 99:9; Isa 5:16

Just. — De 32:4; Isa 45:21

True. — Jer 10:10; Joh 17:3

Upright. — Ps 25:8; 92:15

Righteous. — Ezr 9:15; Ps 145:17

Good. — Ps 25:8; 119:68

Great. — 2Ch 2:5; Ps 86:10

Gracious. — Ex 34:6; Ps 116:5

Faithful. — 1Co 10:13; 1Pe 4:19

Merciful. — Ex 34:6,7; Ps 86:5

Long-suffering. — Nu 14:18; Mic 7:1

Jealous. — Jos 24:19; Na 1:2

Compassionate. — 2Ki 13:23

A consuming fire. — Heb 12:29

None beside him — De 4:35; Isa 44:6

None before him — Isa 43:10

None like to him — Ex 9:14; De 33:26; 2Sa 7:22; Isa 46:5,9; Jer
10:6

None good but he — Mt 19:17

Fills heaven and earth — 1Ki 8:27; Jer 23:24

Should be worshipped in spirit and in truth — Joh 4:24

Gold


Found in the earth — Job 28:1,6

Abounded in

Havilah. — Ge 2:11

Ophir. — 1Ki 9:28; Ps 45:9

Sheba. — Ps 72:15; Isa 60:6

Parvaim. — 2Ch 3:6

Belongs to God — Joe 3:5; Hag 2:8

Described as

Yellow. — Ps 68:13

Malleable. — Ex 39:3; 1Ki 10:16,17

Fusible. — Ex 32:3,4; Pr 17:3

Precious. — Ezr 8:27; Isa 13:12

Valuable. — Job 28:15,16

Most valuable when pure and fine — Job 28:19; Ps 19:10; 21:3;
Pr 3:14

Refined and tried by fire — Zec 13:9; 1Pe 1:7

Working in, a trade — Ne 3:8; Isa 40:19

An article of commerce — Eze 27:22

The patriarchs were rich in — Ge 13:2

Imported by Solomon — 1Ki 9:11,28; 10:11

Abundance of, in Solomon’s reign — 2Ch 1:15

Offerings of, for tabernacle — Ex 35:22

Offerings of, for temple — 1Ch 22:14; 29:4,7

Used as money — Mt 10:9; Ac 3:6

Priestly and royal garments adorned with — Ex 28:4-6; Ps
45:9,13

Was used for

Overlaying the tabernacle. — Ex 36:34,38

Overlaying the temple. — 1Ki 6:21,22

Overlaying cherubims in temple. — 2Ch 3:10

Overlaying the ark, &c. — Ex 25:11-13

Overlaying floor of temple. — 1Ki 6:30

Overlaying throne of Solomon. — 1Ki 10:18

Mercy seat and cherubims. — Ex 25:17,18

Sacred candlesticks. — Ex 25:31; 2Ch 4:7,20

Sacred utensils. — Ex 25:29,38; 2Ch 4:19-22

Crowns. — 2Sa 12:30; Ps 21:3

Sceptres. — Es 4:11

Chains. — Ge 41:42; Da 5:29

Rings. — Song 5:14; Jas 2:2

Earrings. — Jdj 8:24,26

Ornaments. — Jer 4:30

Shields. — 2Sa 8:7; 1Ki 10:16,17

Vessels. — 1Ki 10:21; Es 1:7

Idols. — Ex 20:23; Ps 115:4; Da 5:4

Couches. — Es 1:6

Footstools. — 2Ch 9:18

Estimated by weight — 1Ch 28:14

Given as presents — 1Ki 15:19; Mt 2:11

Exacted as tribute — 1Ki 20:3,5; 2Ki 23:33,35

Taken in war, dedicated to God — Jos 6:19; 2Sa 8:11; 1Ki 15:15

Kings of Israel not to multiply — De 17:17

Jews condemned for multiplying — Isa 2:7

Vanity of heaping up — Ec 2:8,11

Liable to

Grow dim. — La 4:1

Canker and rust. — Jas 5:3

Illustrative of

Saints after affliction. — Job 23:10

Tried faith. — 1Pe 1:7

The doctrines of grace. — Re 3:18

True converts. — 1Co 3:12

Babylonish empire. — Da 2:38

Goodness of God, The


Is part of his character — Ps 25:8; Na 1:7; Mt 19:17

Declared to be

Great. — Ne 9:35; Zec 9:17

Rich. — Ps 104:24; Ro 2:4

Abundant. — Ex 34:6; Ps 33:5

Satisfying. — Ps 65:4; Jer 31:12,14

Enduring. — Ps 23:6; 52:1

Universal. — Ps 145:9; Mt 5:45

Manifested

To his Church. — Ps 31:19; La 3:25

In doing good. — Ps 119:68; 145:9

In supplying temporal wants. — Ac 14:17

In providing for the poor. — Ps 68:10

In forgiving sins. — 2Ch 30:18; Ps 86:5

Leads to repentance. — Ro 2:4

Recognise, in his dealings. — Ezr 8:18; Ne 2:18

Pray for the manifestation of. — 2Th 1:11

Despise not. — Ro 2:4

Reverence. — Jer 33:9; Ho 3:5

Magnify. — Ps 107:8; Jer 33:11

Urge others to confide in. — Ps 34:8

The wicked disregard. — Ne 9:35

Gospel, The


Is good tidings of great joy for all people — Lu 2:10,11,31,32

Foretold — Isa 41:27; 52:7; 61:1-3; Mr 1:15

Preached under the old testament — Heb 4:2

Exhibits the grace of God — Ac 14:3; 20:32

The knowledge of the glory of God is by — 2Co 4:4,6

Life and immortality are brought to light by Jesus through —
2Ti 1:10

Is the power of God to salvation — Ro 1:16; 1Co 1:18; 1Th 1:5

Is glorious — 2Co 4:4

Is everlasting — 1Pe 1:25; Re 14:6

Preached by Christ — Mt 4:23; Mr 1:14

Ministers have a stewardship to preach — 1Co 9:17

Preached beforehand to Abraham — Ge 22:18; Ga 3:8

Preached to

The Jews first. — Lu 24:47; Ac 13:46

The Gentiles. — Mr 13:10; Ga 2:2,9

The poor. — Mt 11:5; Lu 4:18

Every creature. — Mr 16:15; Col 1:23

Must be believed — Mr 1:15; Heb 4:2

Brings peace — Lu 2:10,14; Eph 6:15

Produces hope — Col 1:23

Saints have fellowship in — Php 1:5

There is fulness of blessing in — Ro 15:29

Those who receive, should

Adhere to the truth of. — Ga 1:6,7; 2:14; 2Ti 1:13

Not be ashamed of. — Ro 1:16; 2Ti 1:8

Live in subjection to. — 2Co 9:13

Have their conversation becoming. — Php 1:27

Earnestly contend for the faith of. — Php 1:17,27; Jude 1:3

Sacrifice friends and property for. — Mt 10:37

Sacrifice life itself for. — Mr 8:35

Profession of, attended by afflictions — 2Ti 3:12

Promises to sufferers — Mr 8:35; 10:30

Be careful not to hinder — 1Co 9:12

Is hid to them that are lost — 2Co 4:3

Testifies to the final judgment — Ro 2:16

Let him who preached another, be accursed — Ga 1:8

Awful consequences of not obeying — 2Th 1:8,9

Is called the

Dispensation of the grace of God. — Eph 3:2

Gospel of peace. — Eph 6:15

Gospel of God. — Ro 1:1; 1Th 2:8; 1Pe 4:17

Gospel of Christ. — Ro 1:9,16; 2Co 2:12; 1Th 3:2

Gospel of the grace of God. — Ac 20:24

Gospel of the kingdom. — Mt 24:14

Gospel of salvation. — Eph 1:13

Glorious gospel of Jesus Christ. — 2Co 4:4

Preaching of Jesus Christ. — Ro 16:25

Mystery of the gospel. — Eph 6:19

Word of God. — 1Th 2:13

Word of Christ. — Col 3:16

Word of grace. — Ac 14:3; 20:32

Word of salvation. — Ac 13:26

Word of reconciliation. — 2Co 5:19

Word of truth. — Eph 1:13; Jas 1:18

Word of faith. — Ro 10:8

Word of life. — Php 2:16

Ministration of the Spirit. — 2Co 3:8

Doctrine according to godliness. — 1Ti 6:3

Form of sound words. — 2Ti 1:13

Rejection of, by many, foretold — Isa 53:1; Ro 10:15,16

Rejection of, by the Jews, a means of blessing to the Gentiles
— Ro 11:28

Grace


God is the God of all — 1Pe 5:10

God is the Giver of — Ps 84:11; Jas 1:17

God’s throne, the throne of — Heb 4:16

The Holy Spirit is the Spirit of — Zec 12:10; Heb 10:29

Was upon Christ — Lu 2:40; Joh 3:24

Christ spoke with — Ps 45:2; Lu 4:22

Christ was full of — Joh 1:14

Came by Christ — Joh 1:17; Ro 5:15

Given by Christ — 1Co 1:4

Foretold by the prophets — 1Pe 1:10

Riches of, exhibited in God’s kindness through Christ — Eph
2:7

Glory of, exhibited in our acceptance in Christ — Eph 1:6

Is described as

Great. — Ac 4:33

Sovereign. — Ro 5:21

Rich. — Eph 1:7; 2:7

Exceeding. — 2Co 9:14

Manifold. — 1Pe 4:10

All-sufficient. — 2Co 12:9

All-abundant. — Ro 5:15,17,20

Glorious. — Eph 1:6

The gospel, a declaration of — Ac 20:24,32

Is the source of

Election. — Ro 11:5

The call of God. — Ga 1:15

Justification. — Ro 3:24; Tit 3:7

Faith. — Ac 18:27

Forgiveness of sins. — Eph 1:7

Salvation. — Ac 15:11; Eph 2:5,8

Consolation. — 2Th 2:16

Hope. — 2Th 2:16

Necessary to the service of God — Heb 12:28

God’s work completed in saints by — 2Th 1:11,12

The success and completion of the work of God to be attributed
to — Zec 4:7

Inheritance of the promises by — Ro 4:16

Justification by, opposed to that by works — Ro 4:4,5; 11:6; Ga
5:4

Saints

Are heirs of. — 1Pe 3:7

Are under. — Ro 6:14

Receive, from Christ. — Joh 1:16

Are what they are by. — 1Co 15:10; 2Co 1:12

Abound in gifts of. — Ac 4:33; 2Co 8:1; 9:8,14

Should be established in. — Heb 13:9

Should be strong in. — 2Ti 2:1

Should grow in. — 2Pe 3:18

Should speak with. — Eph 4:29; Col 4:6

Specially given

To ministers. — Ro 12:3,6; 15:15; 1Co 3:10; Ga 2:9; Eph 3:7

To the humble. — Pr 3:34; Jas 4:6

To those who walk uprightly. — Ps 84:11

Not to be received in vain — 2Co 6:1

Pray for

For yourselves. — Heb 4:16

For others. — 2Co 13:14; Eph 6:24

Beware lest you fail of — Heb 12:15

Manifestation of, in others, a cause of gladness — Ac 11:23;
1Jo 1:3,4

Special manifestation of, at the second coming of Christ — 1Pe
1:13

Not to be abused — Ro 3:8; 6:1,15

Antinomians abused — Jude 1:4

Grass


A green herb — Mr 6:39

Called

Grass of the earth. — Re 9:4

Grass of the field. — Nu 22:4

Springs out of the earth — 2Sa 23:4

God

Originally created. — Ge 1:11,12

The giver of. — De 11:15

Causes to grow. — Ps 104:14; 147:8

Adorns and clothes. — Mt 6:30

Often grew on the tops of houses — Ps 129:6

When young, soft and tender — Pr 27:25

Refreshed by rain and dew — De 32:2; Pr 19:12

Cattle fed upon — Job 6:5; Jer 50:11

Ovens often heated with — Mt 6:30

Destroyed by

Locusts. — Re 9:4

Hail and lightning. — Re 8:7

Drought. — 1Ki 17:1; 18:5

Failure of, a great calamity — Isa 15:5,6

Sufferings of cattle from failure of, described — Jer 14:5,6

Illustrative

Of shortness and uncertainty of life. — Ps 90:5,6; 103:15; Isa
40:6,7; 1Pe 1:24

Of prosperity of the wicked. — Ps 92:7

(Refreshed by dew and showers,) of the saints refreshed by
grace. — Ps 72:6; Mic 5:7

(On tops of houses,) of the wicked. — 2Ki 19:26; Isa 37:27

Groves


Antiquity of — Ge 21:33

Often on tops of hills — 1Ki 14:23; Ho 4:13

Often used as resting places — 1Sa 22:6

Idols were worshipped in — De 12:2

Not to be planted near God’s altar — De 16:21

Of Canaanites, to be destroyed — Ex 34:13; De 7:5; 12:3

For idol worship planted

By Ahab. — 1Ki 16:33

By Manasseh. — 2Ki 21:3

By Israelites. — 2Ki 17:16

Fondness of Israel for — Jer 17:2

Punishment for making and serving — 1Ki 14:15; Isa 1:28,29; Mic
5:14

Destroyed by

Gideon. — Jdj 6:25-28

Hezekiah. — 2Ki 18:4

Asa. — 2Ch 14:3

Jehoshaphat. — 2Ch 17:6

Josiah. — 2Ki 23:14; 2Ch 34:3,7

God promised to wean Israel from — Isa 17:7,8

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