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

Alphabetical Listings

Naphtali, the Tribe Of

Descended from Jacob’s sixth son — Ge 30:7,8

Predictions respecting — Ge 49:21; De 33:23

Persons selected from

To number the people. — Nu 1:15

To spy out the land. — Nu 13:14

To divide the land. — Nu 34:28

Strength of, on leaving Egypt — Nu 1:42,43

The rear of the fourth division of Israel in their journeys —
Nu 10:25,27

Encamped under the standard of Dan north of the tabernacle — Nu
2:25,29

Offering of, at the dedication — Nu 7:78-83

Families of — Nu 26:48,49

Strength of, on entering Canaan — Nu 26:50

On Ebal said amen to the curses — De 27:13

Bounds of their inheritance — Jos 19:32-39

Did not drive out the Canaanites, but made them tributary — Jdj
1:33

Chosen from Zebulun to go with Barak against Sisera — Jdj
4:6,10

Praised for aiding against Sisera — Jdj 5:18

Joined Gideon in the pursuit and overthrow of the Midianites —
Jdj 7:23

Some of, at David’s coronation — 1Ch 12:34

Officer placed over, by David — 1Ch 27:19

Officer placed over, by Solomon — 1Ki 4:15

Land of, ravaged by Benhadad — 1Ki 15:20

Land of, purged of idols by Josiah — 2Ch 34:6

Taken captive by Tiglathpileser — 2Ki 15:29

Specially favoured by our Lord’s ministry — Isa 9:1,2; Mt
4:13-15

Remarkable persons of

Barak. — Jdj 4:6

Hiram. — 1Ki 7:14

Nazarites

Persons separated to the service of God — Nu 6:2

Different kinds of

From the womb. — Jdj 13:5; Lu 1:15

By a particular vow. — Nu 6:2

Required to be holy — Nu 6:8

Esteemed pure — La 4:7

Prohibited from

Wine or strong drink. — Nu 6:3; Lu 1:15

Grapes or anything made from the vine. — Nu 6:3,4; Jdj 13:14

Cutting or shaving the head. — Nu 6:5; Jdj 13:5; 16:17

Defiling themselves by the dead. — Nu 6:6,7

Raised up for good of the nation — Am 2:11

Ungodly Jews tried to corrupt — Am 2:12

Defiled during vow

To shave the head the seventh day. — Nu 6:9

To bring two turtle doves for a burnt offering. — Nu 6:10,11

To recompense their vow with a trespass offering. — Nu 6:12

On completion of vow

To be brought to tabernacle door. — Nu 6:13

To offer sacrifices. — Nu 6:14-17

To shave their heads. — Nu 6:18; Ac 18:18; 21:24

To have the left shoulder of the ram of the peace offering waved
upon their hands by the priest. — Nu 6:19,20; Le 7:32

Illustrative of

Christ. — Heb 7:26

Saints. — 2Co 6:17; Jas 1:27

Nethinim

Were the servants of the Levites — Ezr 8:20

Probably originated in the appointment of the Gibeonites — Jos
9:27

The remnant of the Canaanites appointed as, by Solomon — 1Ki
9:20,21; Ezr 2:58

With the priests and Levites

Had cities to reside in. — 1Ch 9:2; Ezr 2:70

Exempted from tribute. — Ezr 7:24

Had chiefs or captains over them — Ne 11:21

A large number of, returned from the captivity — Ezr 2:43-54;
Ne 7:46-56,60

Were zealous for the covenant — Ne 10:28,29

New Birth, The

The corruption of human nature requires — Joh 3:6; Ro 8:7,8

None can enter heaven without — Joh 3:3

Effected by

God. — Joh 1:13; 1Pe 1:3

Christ. — 1Jo 2:29

The Holy Spirit. — Joh 3:6; Tit 3:5

Through the instrumentality of

The word of God. — Jas 1:18; 1Pe 1:23

The resurrection of Christ. — 1Pe 1:3

The ministry of the gospel. — 1Co 4:15

Is of the will of God — Jas 1:18

Is of the mercy of God — Tit 3:5

Is for the glory of God — Isa 43:7

Described as

A new creation. — 2Co 5:17; Ga 6:15; Eph 2:10

Newness of life. — Ro 6:4

A spiritual resurrection. — Ro 6:4-6; Eph 2:1,5; Col 2:12; 3:1

A new heart. — Eze 36:26

A new spirit. — Eze 11:19; Ro 7:6

Putting on the new man. — Eph 4:24

The inward man. — Ro 7:22; 2Co 4:16

Circumcision of the heart. — De 30:6; Ro 2:29; Col 2:11

Partaking of the divine nature. — 2Pe 1:4

The washing of regeneration. — Tit 3:5

All saints partake of — Ro 8:16,17; 1Pe 2:2; 1Jo 5:1

Produces

Likeness to God. — Eph 4:24; Col 3:10

Likeness to Christ. — Ro 8:29; 2Co 3:18; 1Jo 3:2

Knowledge of God. — Jer 24:7; Col 3:10

Hatred of sin. — 1Jo 3:9; 5:18

Victory over the world. — 1Jo 5:4

Delight in God’s law. — Ro 7:22

Evidenced by

Faith in Christ. — 1Jo 5:1

Righteousness. — 1Jo 2:29

Brotherly love. — 1Jo 4:7

Connected with adoption — Isa 43:6,7; Joh 1:12,13

The ignorant cavil at — Joh 3:4

Manner of effecting — Illustrated — Joh 3:8

Preserves from Satan’s devices — 1Jo 5:18

Night

The darkness first called — Ge 1:5

Caused by God — Ps 104:20

Belongs to God — Ps 74:16

The heavenly bodies designed to separate day from — Ge 1:14

The moon and stars designed to rule and give light by — Ge
1:16-18; Jer 31:35

Commenced at sunset — Ge 28:11

Continued until sunrise — Ps 104:22; Mt 28:1; Mr 16:2

Regular succession of

Established by covenant. — Ge 8:22; Jer 33:20

Ordained for the glory of God. — Ps 19:2

Originally divided into three watches — La 2:19; Jdj 7:19; Ex
14:24

Divided into four watches by the Romans — Lu 12:38; Mt 14:25;
Mr 13:35

Frequently

Exceeding dark. — Pr 7:9

Cold and frosty. — Ge 31:40; Jer 36:30

Accompanied by heavy dew. — Nu 11:9; Jdj 6:38,40; Job 29:19;
Song 5:2

Unsuitable for labour — Joh 9:4

Unsuitable for travelling — Joh 11:10

Designed for rest — Ps 104:23

Wearisome to the afflicted — Job 7:3,4

Favourable to the purposes of the wicked — Ge 31:39; Job
24:14,15; Ob 1:5; 1Th 5:2

Wild beasts go forth in search of prey during — 2Sa 21:10; Ps
104:21,22

The Jews

Forbidden to keep the wages of servants during. — Le 19:13

Forbidden to allow malefactors to hang during. — De 21:23

In affliction spent, in sorrow and humiliation. — Ps 6:6; 30:5;
Joe 1:13

In affliction spent, in prayer. — Ps 22:2

Often kept lamps burning during. — Pr 31:18

Eastern shepherds watched over their flocks during — Ge 31:40;
Lu 2:8

Eastern fishermen continued their employment during — Lu 5:5;
Joh 21:3

God frequently

Revealed his will in. — Ge 31:24; 46:2; Nu 22:30; Da 7:2

Visited his people in. — 1Ki 3:5; Ps 17:3

Executed his judgments in. — Ex 12:12; 2Ki 19:35; Job 27:20; Da
5:30

Illustrative of

Spiritual darkness. — Ro 13:12

Seasons of severe calamities. — Isa 21:12; Am 5:8

Seasons of spiritual desertion. — Song 3:1

Death. — Joh 9:4

Nile, the River

Empties itself into the Mediterranean Sea by seven streams —
Isa 11:15

Called

The river. — Ge 41:1,3

The Egyptian sea. — Isa 11:15

The stream of Egypt. — Isa 27:12

Sihor. — Jos 13:3; Jer 2:18

Abounded in

Crocodiles. — Eze 29:3

Fish. — Ex 7:21; Eze 29:4

Reeds and flags. — Isa 19:6,7

Annual overflow of its banks alluded to — Jer 46:8; Am 8:8;
9:5

The Egyptians

Took great pride in. — Eze 29:9

Carried on extensive commerce by. — Isa 23:3

Bathed in. — Ex 2:5

Drank of. — Ex 7:21,24

Punished by failure of its waters. — Isa 19:5,6

Punished by destruction of its fish. — Isa 19:8

Remarkable events connected with

Male children drowned in. — Ex 1:22

Moses exposed on its banks. — Ex 2:3

Its waters turned into blood. — Ex 7:15,20

Miraculous generation of frogs. — Ex 8:3

Nineveh

Origin and antiquity of — Ge 10:11

Situated on the river Tigris — Na 2:6,8

The ancient capital of Assyria — 2Ki 19:36; Isa 37:37

Called the bloody city — Na 3:1

Described as

Great. — Jon 1:2; 3:2

Extensive. — Jon 3:3

Rich. — Na 2:9

Strong. — Na 3:12

Commercial. — Na 3:16

Populous. — Jon 4:11

Vile. — Na 1:14

Wicked. — Jon 1:2

Idolatrous. — Na 1:14

Full of joy and carelessness. — Zep 2:15

Full of lies and robbery. — Na 3:1

Full of witchcraft. — Na 3:4

Jonah sent to proclaim the destruction of — Jon 1:2; 3:1,2,4

Inhabitants of, repented at Jonah’s preaching — Jon 3:5-9; Mt
12:41; Lu 11:32

Destruction of, averted — Joh 3:10; 4:11

Predictions respecting

Coming up of the Babylonish armies against. — Na 2:1-4; 3:2

Destruction of its people. — Na 1:12; 3:3

Spoiling of its treasures. — Na 2:9

Destruction of its idols. — Na 1:14; 2:7

Degradation and contempt put on. — Na 3:5-7; Zep 2:15

Utter destruction. — Na 1:8,9

Complete desolation. — Zep 2:13-15

Feebleness of its people. — Na 3:13

Being taken while people were drunk. — Na 1:10; 3:11

Captivity of its people. — Na 3:10

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