R.A. Torrey’s New Topical Textbook – Bible Verses by Topics – Letter T

Alphabetical Listings

Tabernacle

Moses was commanded to make after a divine pattern — Ex 25:9;
26:30; Heb 8:5

Made of the free-will offerings of the people — Ex 25:1-8;
35:4,5,21-29

Divine wisdom given to Bezaleel to make — Ex 31:2-7; 35:30-35;
36:1

Called the

Tabernacle of the Lord. — Jos 22:19; 1Ki 2:28; 1Ch 16:39

Tabernacle of testimony or witness. — Ex 38:21; Nu 1:50;
17:7,8; 2Ch 24:6; Ac 7:44

Tabernacle of the congregation. — Ex 27:21; 33:7; 40:26

Tabernacle of Shiloh. — Ps 78:60

Tabernacle of Joseph. — Ps 78:67

Temple of the Lord. — 1Sa 1:9; 3:3

House of the Lord. — Jos 6:24; 1Sa 1:7,24

Was a moveable tent suited to the unsettled condition of Israel
— 2Sa 7:6,7

Designed for manifestation of God’s presence and for his worship
— Ex 25:8; 29:42,43

The boards of

Made of shittim wood. — Ex 26:15; 36:20

Ten cubits high by one and a half broad. — Ex 26:16; 36:21

Had each two tenons fitted into sockets of silver. — Ex
26:17,19; 36:22-24

Twenty on south side. — Ex 26:18; 36:23

Twenty on north side. — Ex 26:20; 36:25

Six, and two corner boards for west side. — Ex 26:22-25;
36:27-30

Supported by bars of shittim wood resting in rings of gold. —
Ex 26:26-29; 36:31-33

With the bars, covered with gold. — Ex 26:26-29; 36:34

The door of, a curtain of blue and purple suspended by gold
rings from five pillars of shittim wood — Ex 26:36,37;
36:37,38

Coverings of

The first or inner, ten curtains of blue, purple, &c joined with
loops and golden taches. — Ex 26:1-6; 36:8-13

The second, eleven curtains of goats’ hair. — Ex 26:7-13;
36:14-18

The third of rams’ skins dyed red. — Ex 26:14; 36:19

The fourth or outward of badgers’ skins. — Ex 26:14; 36:19

Divided by a vail of blue, purple, suspended from four pillars
of shittim — Ex 26:31-33; 36:35,36; 40:21

Divided into

The holy place. — Ex 26:33; Heb 9:2-6

The most holy place. — Ex 26:34; Heb 9:3,7

Had a court round about — Ex 40:8

The table of show-bread, the golden candlestick, and the altar
of incense were place in the holy place — Ex 26:35;
40:22,24,26; Heb 9:2

The ark and mercy-seat put in the most holy place — Ex
26:33,34; 40:20,21; Heb 9:4

Court of

One hundred cubits long and fifty cubits wide. — Ex 27:18

Surrounded by curtains of fine line suspended from pillars in
sockets of brass. — Ex 27:9-15; 38:9-16

The gate of, a hanging of blue, purple, &c twenty cubits wide,
suspended from four pillars, &c. — Ex 27:16; 38:18

Contained the brazen altar and laver of brass. — Ex 40:29,30

All the pillars of, filleted with silver, &c. — Ex 27:17;
38:17

All the vessels of, made of brass. — Ex 27:19

First reared, on the first day of the second year after the
exodus — Ex 40:2,17

Was set up

By Moses at Mount Sinai. — Ex 40:18,19; Nu 10:11,12

At Gilgal. — Jos 5:10,11

In Shiloh. — Jos 18:1; 19:51

In Nob. — 1Sa 21:1-6

Finally at Gibeon. — 1Ch 16:39; 21:29

Anointed and consecrated with oil — Ex 40:9; Le 8:10; Nu 7:1

Sprinkled and purified with blood — Heb 9:21

Sanctified by the glory of the Lord — Ex 29:43; 40:34; Nu 9:15

The Lord appeared in, over the mercy-seat — Ex 25:22; Le 16:2;
Nu 7:89

The cloud of glory rested on, by night and day during its abode
in the wilderness — Ex 40:38; Nu 9:15,16

The journeys of Israel regulated by the cloud on — Ex 40:36,37

The priests

Alone could enter. — Nu 18:3,5

Performed all services in. — Nu 3:10; 18:1,2; Heb 9:6

Were the ministers of. — Heb 8:2

The Levites

Appointed over, and had charge of. — Nu 1:50; 8:24; 18:2-4

Did the inferior service of. — Nu 3:6-8

Took down, and put up. — Nu 1:51

Carried. — Nu 4:15,25,31

Pitched their tents around. — Nu 1:53; 3:23,29,35

Free-will offerings made at the first rearing of — Nu 7:1-9

Free-will offerings made at the dedication of the altar of — Nu
7:10-87

All offerings to be made at — Le 17:4; De 12:5,6,11,13,14

Punishment for defiling — Le 15:31; Nu 19:13

A permanent house substituted for, when the kingdom was
established — 2Sa 7:5-13

Illustrative

Of Christ. — Isa 4:6; Joh 1:14; Heb 9:8,9,11

Of the Church. — Ps 15:1; Isa 16:5; 54:2; Heb 8:2; Re 21:2,3

Of the body. — 2Co 5:1; 2Pe 1:13

(The holy of holies,) of heaven. — Heb 6:19,20; 9:12,24; 10:19

(The vail,) of Christ’s body. — Heb 10:20

(The vail,) of the obscurity of the Mosaic age. — Heb 9:8,10;
Ro 16:25,26; Re 11:19

Temple, the First

Built on Mount Moriah on the threshing-floor of Ornan or Araunah
— 1Ch 21:28-30; 22:2; 2Ch 3:1

David

Anxious to build. — 2Sa 7:2; 1Ch 22:7; 29:3; Ps 132:2-5

Being a man of war not permitted to build. — 2Sa 7:5-9; 1Ki
5:3; 1Ch 22:8

Told by the prophet that Solomon should build. — 2Sa 7:12,13;
1Ch 17:12

Made preparations for building. — 1Ch 22:2-5,14-16; 29:2-5

Charged Solomon to build. — 1Ch 22:6,7,11

Prayed that Solomon might have wisdom to build. — 1Ch 29:19

Charged his princes to assist in building. — 1Ch 22:17-19

Free will offering of the people for the building. — 1Ch
29:6-9

Solomon

Determined to build. — 2Ch 2:1

Specially instructed for. — 2Ch 3:3

Employed all the strangers in preparing for. — 2Ch 2:2,17,18;
1Ki 5:15

Applied to Hiram for a skilful workman to superintend, &c the
building of. — 2Ch 2:7,13,14

Employed thirty thousand Israelites in the work. — 1Ki 5:13,14

Contracted with Hiram for wood, stone, and labour. — 1Ki
5:6-12; 2Ch 2:8-10

Commenced second day of second month of fourth year of Solomon.
— 1Ki 6:1,37; 2Ch 3:2

Built without the noise of hammers, axe, or any tool. — 1Ki
6:7

Divided into

The sanctuary or greater house. — 2Ch 3:5

The oracle or most holy place. — 1Ki 6:19

The porch. — 2Ch 3:4

Surrounded with three stories of chambers communicating with the
interior on the right side — 1Ki 6:5,6,8,10

Surrounded with spacious courts — 1Ki 6:36; 2Ch 4:9

Was three score cubits longs, twenty broad, and thirty high —
1Ki 6:2; 2Ch 3:3

Was lighted by narrow windows — 1Ki 6:4

Was roofed with cedar — 1Ki 6:9

The greater or outer house

Was forty cubits long. — 2Ki 6:17

Had folding doors of fir wood carved and golden. — 1Ki 6:34,35

Had door posts of olive wood carved and gilded. — 1Ki 6:33; 2Ch
3:7

The oracle or most holy place

Was twenty cubits every way. — 1Ki 6:16,20

Two cherubims of gilded olive wood made within. — 1Ki 6:23-28;
2Ch 3:11-13

A partition of chains of gold between it and outer house. — 1Ki
6:21

The doors and the posts of, of olive wood carved and gilded. —
1Ki 6:31,32

Separated from the outer house by a vail. — 2Ch 3:14

The floor and walls of, covered with cedar and fir wood — 1Ki
6:15

Cedar of, carved with flowers, &c — 1Ki 6:18

Ceiled with fir wood and gilt — 2Ch 3:5

The whole inside and outside covered with gold — 1Ki 6:21,22;
2Ch 3:7

Garnished with precious stones — 2Ch 3:6

The porch of

Twenty cubits long and ten broad. — 1Ki 6:3

One hundred and twenty cubits high. — 2Ch 3:4

Pillars of, with their chapiters described. — 1Ki 7:15-22; 2Ch
3:15-17

Its magnificence — 2Ch 2:5,9

Was seven years in building — 1Ki 6:38

Was finished in the eighth month of the eleventh year of Solomon
— 1Ki 6:38

Was called

The house of the Lord. — 2Ch 23:5,12

The mountain of the Lord’s house. — Isa 2:2

House of the God of Jacob. — Isa 2:3

Zion. — Ps 84:1-7

Mount Zion. — Ps 74:2

Appointed as a house of sacrifice — 2Ch 7:12

Appointed as a house of prayer — Isa 56:7; Mt 21:13

God promised to dwell in — 1Ki 6:12,13

All dedicated things placed in — 2Ch 5:1

The ark of God brought into with great solemnity — 1Ki 8:1-9;
2Ch 5:2-10

Filled with the cloud of glory — 1Ki 8:10,11; 2Ch 5:13; 7:2

Solemnly dedicated to God by Solomon — 1Ki 8:12-66; 2Ch 6:1-42

Sacred fire sent down from heaven at its dedication — 2Ch 7:3

Was but a temple built with hands — Ac 7:47,48

Complete destruction of, predicted — Jer 26:18; Mic 3:12

Historical notices of

Pillaged by Shishak king of Egypt. — 2Ki 21:4-7; 2Ch 33:4,5,7

Repaired by Josiah in the 18th year of his reign. — 1Ki
14:25,26; 2Ch 12:9

Repaired by Jehoash at the institution of Jehoiada. — 2Ki
12:4-14; 2Ch 24:4-13

Treasures of given by Jehoash to propitiate the Syrians. — 2Ki
12:17,18

Defiled and its treasures given by Ahaz to the king of Assyria.
— 2Ki 16:14,18; 2Ch 28:20,21

Purified and divine worship restored under Hezekiah. — 2Ch
29:3-35

Its treasures given by Hezekiah to the Assyrians to procure a
treaty. — 2Ki 18:13-16

Polluted by the idolatrous worship of Manasseh. — 2Ki 21:4-7;
2Ch 33:4,5,7

Repaired by Josiah in the 18th year of his reign. — 2Ki 22:3-7;
2Ch 34:8-13

Purified by Josiah. — 2Ki 23:4-7,11,12

Pillaged and burned by the Babylonians. — 2Ki 25:9,13-17; 2Ch
36:18,19

Illustrative of

Christ. — Joh 2:19,21

The spiritual church. — 1Co 3:16; 2Co 6:16; Eph 2:20-22

The bodies of saints. — 1Co 6:19

Temple, the Second

Built on the site of the first temple — Ezr 6:2-12

Cyrus

His decree for building, predicted. — Isa 44:28

Gave a decree for building, in the first year of his reign. —
Ezr 1:1,2; 6:3

Gave permission to the Jews to go to Jerusalem to build. — Ezr
1:3

Furnished means for building. — Ezr 6:4

Ordered those who remained in Babylon to contribute to the
building of. — Ezr 1:4

Gave the vessels of the first temple for. — Ezr 1:7-11; 6:5

Divine worship commenced before the foundation was laid — Ezr
3:1-6

Materials for building procured from Tyre and Sidon — Ezr 3:7

Foundation of, laid the second month of second year after the
captivity — Ezr 3:8

Solemnities connected with laying the foundation of — Ezr
3:9-11

Its dimensions — Ezr 6:3,4

Grief of those who had seen the first temple — Ezr 3:12; Hag
2:3

Joy of those who had not seen the first temple — Ezr 3:13

The Samaritans

Proposed to assist in building. — Ezr 4:1,2

Their help refused by the Jews. — Ezr 4:3

Weakened the hands of the Jews in building. — Ezr 4:4,5

Wrote to Artaxerxes Smerdis to interrupt the building. — Ezr
4:6-16

Procured its interruption for fifteen years. — Ezr 4:24

The Jews reproved for not building — Hag 1:1-5

The Jews punished for not persevering in building — Hag
1:6,9-11; 2:15,17; Zec 8:10

The Jews encouraged to proceed in building — Hag 1:8; 2:19; Zec
8:9

Resumed by Zerubbabel and Jeshua — Ezr 5:2

Its completion by Zerubbabel foretold, to encourage the Jews —
Zec 4:4-10

Future glory of, predicted — Hag 2:7-9

Tatnai the governor wrote to Darius to know if the building had
his sanction — Ezr 5:3-17

The decree of Cyrus found and confirmed by Darius — Ezr
6:1,2,6-12

Finished the third of the twelfth month in the sixth year of
Darius — Ezr 6:15

Dedication of, celebrated with joy and thankfulness — Ezr
6:16-18

Repaired and beautified by Herod, which occupied forty-six years
— Joh 2:20

The magnificence of its building and ornaments — Joh 2:20; Mr
13:1; Lu 21:5

Beautiful gate of, mentioned — Ac 3:2

Solomon’s porch connected with — Joh 10:23; Ac 3:11

Christ

To appear in. — Hag 2:7; Mal 3:1

Presented in. — Lu 2:22,27

Miraculously transported to a pinnacle of. — Mt 4:5; Lu 4:9

Frequently taught in. — Mr 14:49

Purified, and the commencement of his ministry. — Joh 2:15-17

Purified, at the close of his ministry. — Mt 21:12,13

Predicted its destruction. — Mt 24:2; Mr 13:2; Lu 21:6

The vail of, rent at our Lord’s death. — Mt 27:51

Separation between the outer or Gentile court and that of the
Jews alluded to — Eph 2:13,14

No Gentile allowed to enter the inner courts of — Ac 21:27-30

The Jews

Prayed without, while the priest offered incense within. — Lu
1:10; 18:10

Considered it blasphemy to speak against. — Mt 26:61; Ac 6:13;
21:28

Desecrated by selling oxen, &c in. — Joh 2:14

Desecration of, foretold — Da 9:27; 11:31

Cleansed and rededicated by Judas Maccabaeus after its
desecration by Antiochus Epiphanes — Joh 10:22

Desecrated by the Romans — Da 9:27; Mt 24:15

Temptation

God cannot be the subject of — Jas 1:13

Does not come from God — Jas 1:13

Comes from

Lusts. — Jas 1:14

Covetousness. — Pr 28:20; 1Ti 6:9,10

The devil is the author of — 1Ch 21:1; Mt 4:1; Joh 13:2; 1Th
3:5

Evil associates, the instruments of — Pr 1:10; 7:6; 16:29

Often arises through

Poverty. — Pr 30:9; Mt 4:2,3

Prosperity. — Pr 30:9; Mt 4:8

Worldly glory. — Nu 22:17; Da 4:30; 5:2; Mt 4:8

To distrust of God’s providence — Mt 4:3

To presumption — Mt 4:6

To worshipping the god of this world — Mt 4:9

Often strengthened by the perversion of God’s word — Mt 4:6

Permitted as a trial of

Faith. — 1Pe 1:7; Jas 1:2,3

Disinterestedness. — Job 1:9-12

Always conformable to the nature of man — 1Co 10:13

Often ends in sin and perdition — 1Ti 6:9; Jas 1:15

Christ

Endured, from the devil. — Mr 1:13

Endured, from the wicked. — Mt 16:1; 22:18; Lu 10:25

Resisted by the word of God. — Mt 4:4,7,10

Overcame. — Mt 4:11

Sympathises with those under. — Heb 4:15

Is able to help those under. — Heb 2:18

Intercedes for his people under. — Lu 22:31,32; Joh 17:15

God will not suffer saints to be exposed to, beyond their powers
to bear — 1Co 10:13

God will make a way for saints to escape out of — 1Co 10:13

God enables the saints to bear — 1Co 10:13

God knows how to deliver saints out of — 2Pe 2:9

Christ keeps faithful saints from the hour of — Re 3:10

Saints may be in heaviness through — 1Pe 1:6

Saints should

Resist, in faith. — Eph 6:16; 1Pe 5:9

Watch against. — Mt 26:41; 1Pe 5:8

Pray to be kept from. — Mt 6:13; 26:41

Not to occasion, to others. — Ro 14:13

Restore those overcome by. — Ga 6:1

Avoid the way of. — Pr 4:14,15

The devil will renew — Lu 4:13

Has strength through the weakness of the flesh — Mt 26:41

Mere professors fall away in time of — Lu 8:13

Blessedness of those who meet and overcome — Jas 1:2-4,12

Exemplified

Eve. — Ge 3:1,4,5

Joseph. — Ge 39:7

Balaam. — Nu 22:17

Achan. — Jos 7:21

David. — 2Sa 11:2

Jeroboam. — 1Ki 15:30

Peter. — Mr 14:67-71

Paul. — 2Co 12:7; Ga 4:14

Tents

Origin and antiquity of — Ge 4:20

Called

Tabernacles. — Nu 24:5; Job 12:6; Heb 11:9

Curtains. — Isa 54:2; Heb 3:7

Were spread out — Isa 40:22

Fastened by cords to stakes or nails — Isa 54:2; Jer 10:20; Jdj
4:21

Were used by

Patriarchs. — Ge 13:5; 25:27; Heb 11:9

Israel in the desert. — Ex 33:8; Nu 24:2

The people of Israel in all their wars. — 1Sa 4:3,10; 29:1; 1Ki
16:16

The Rechabites. — Jer 35:7,10

The Arabs. — Isa 13:20

Shepherds while tending their flocks. — Song 1:8; Isa 38:12

All eastern nations. — Jdj 6:5; 1Sa 17:4; 2Ki 7:7; 1Ch 5:10

Separate, for females of the family — Ge 24:67

Separate, for the servants — Ge 31:33

Were pitched

With order and regularity. — Nu 1:52

In the neighbourhood of wells, &c. — Ge 13:10,12; 26:17,18; 1Sa
29:1

Under trees. — Ge 18:1,4; Jdj 4:5

On the tops of houses. — 2Sa 16:22

Sending persons to seek a convenient place for, alluded to — De
1:33

Ease and rapidity of their removal, alluded to — Isa 38:12

Of the Jews contrasted with those of the Arabs — Nu 24:5; Song
1:5

Custom of sitting and standing at the door of — Ge 18:1; Jdj
4:20

Illustrative

(Spread out,) of the heavens. — Isa 40:22

(Enlarging of,) of the great extension of the Church. — Isa
54:2

Thanksgiving

Christ set an example of — Mt 11:25; 26:27; Joh 6:11; 11:41

The heavenly host engaged in — Re 4:9; 7:11,12; 11:16,17

Commanded — Ps 50:14; Php 4:6

Is a good thing — Ps 92:1

Should be offered

To God. — Ps 50:14

To Christ. — 1Ti 1:12

Through Christ. — Ro 1:8; Col 3:17; Heb 13:15

In the name of Christ. — Eph 5:20

In behalf of ministers. — 2Co 1:11

In private worship. — Da 6:10

In public worship. — Ps 35:18

In everything. — 1Th 5:18

Upon the completion of great undertakings. — Ne 12:31,40

Before taking food. — Joh 6:11; Ac 27:35

Always. — Eph 1:16; 5:20; 1Th 1:2

At the remembrance of God’s holiness. — Ps 30:4; 97:12

For the goodness and mercy of God. — Ps 106:1; 107:1; 136:1-3

For the gift of Christ. — 2Co 9:15

For Christ’s power and reign. — Re 11:17

For the reception and effectual working of the word of God in
others. — 1Th 2:13

For deliverance through Christ from in-dwelling sin. — Ro
7:23-25

For victory over death and the grave. — 1Co 15:57

For wisdom and might. — Da 2:23

For the triumph of the gospel. — 2Co 2:14

For the conversion of others. — Ro 6:17

For faith exhibited by others. — Ro 1:8; 2Th 1:3

For love exhibited by others. — 2Th 1:3

For the grace bestowed on others. — 1Co 1:4; Php 1:3-5; Col
1:3-6

For the zeal exhibited by others. — 2Co 8:16

For the nearness of God’s presence. — Ps 75:1

For appointment to the ministry. — 1Ti 1:12

For willingness to offer our property for God’s service. — 1Ch
29:6-14

For the supply of our bodily wants. — Ro 14:6,7; 1Ti 4:3,4

For all men. — 1Ti 2:1

For all things. — 2Co 9:11; Eph 5:20

Should be accompanied by intercession for others — 1Ti 2:1; 2Ti
1:3; Phm 1:4

Should always accompany prayer — Ne 11:17; Php 4:6; Col 4:2

Should always accompany praise — Ps 92:1; Heb 13:15

Expressed in psalms — 1Ch 16:7

Ministers appointed to offer, in public — 1Ch 16:4,7; 23:30;
2Ch 31:2

Saints

Exhorted to. — Ps 105:1; Col 3:15

Resolved to offer. — Ps 18:49; 30:12

Habitually offer. — Da 6:10

Offer sacrifices of. — Ps 116:17

Abound in the faith with. — Col 2:7

Magnify God by. — Ps 69:30

Come before God with. — Ps 95:2

Should enter God’s gate with. — Ps 100:4

Of hypocrites, full of boasting — Lu 18:11

The wicked averse to — Ro 1:21

Exemplified

David. — 1Ch 29:12

Levites. — 2Ch 5:12,13

Daniel. — Da 2:23

Jonah. — Jon 2:9

Simeon. — Lu 2:28

Anna. — Lu 2:38

Paul. — Ac 28:15

Theft

Is an abomination — Jer 7:9,10

Forbidden — Ex 20:15; Mr 10:19; Ro 13:9

From the poor specially forbidden — Pr 22:2

Includes fraud in general — Le 19:13

Includes fraud concerning wages — Le 19:13; Mal 3:5; Jas 5:4

Proceeds from the heart — Mt 15:19

Defiles a man — Mt 15:20

The wicked

Addicted to. — Ps 119:61

Store up the fruits of. — Am 3:10

Lie in wait to commit. — Ho 6:9

Commit, under shelter of the night. — Job 24:14; Ob 1:5

Consent to show who commit. — Ps 50:18

Associate with those who commit. — Isa 1:23

May, for a season, prosper in. — Job 12:6

Plead excuses for. — Jer 7:9,10

Repent not of. — Re 9:21

Destroy themselves by. — Pr 21:7

Connected with murder — Jer 7:9; Ho 4:2

Shame follows the detection of — Jer 2:26

Brings a curse on those who commit it — Ho 4:2,3; Zec 5:3,4;
Mal 3:5

Brings the wrath of God upon those who commit it — Eze
22:29,31

Excludes from heaven — 1Co 6:10

They who connive at

Hate their own souls. — Pr 29:24

Shall be reproved of God. — Ps 50:18,21

Mosaic law respecting — Ex 22:1-8

Saints

Warned against. — Eph 4:28; 1Pe 4:15

All earthly treasure exposed to — Mt 6:19

Heavenly treasure secure from — Mt 6:20; Lu 12:33

Woe denounced against — Isa 10:2; Na 3:1

Illustrates the guilt of false teachers — Jer 23:30; Joh
10:1,8,10

Exemplified

Rachel. — Ge 31:19

Achan. — Jos 7:21

Shechemites. — Jdj 9:25

Micah. — Jdj 17:2

Theocracy, The, or Immediate Government By God

Lasted from the deliverance out of Egypt until the appointment
of kings — Ex 19:4-6; 1Sa 8:7

Was established on

The right of redemption. — Ex 6:6,7; 2Sa 7:23; Isa 43:3

The right of covenant. — De 26:17-19

Consisted in his

Promulgating laws. — Ex 20:1-23:33

Directing the movements of the nation. — Ex 40:36,37; Nu
9:17-23

Proclaiming war. — Ex 17:14-16; Nu 31:1,2; Jos 6:2,3; 8:1

Appointing civil officers. — Ex 3:10; Nu 27:18,20

Appointing ecclesiastical officers. — Ex 28:1; 40:12-15

Being the supreme judge. — Nu 9:8-11; 15:34,35; 27:5-11

Exercise of the prerogative of mercy. — Nu 14:20; De 9:18-20

Distribution of conquered lands. — Jos 13:1-7

Exacting tribute. — Ex 35:4-29; Le 27:30; De 16:16; 26:1-4

The tabernacle designed as a royal residence for God during —
Ex 25:8; Le 26:11,12

The emblem of the divine presence appeared over the tabernacle
during — Nu 9:15,16

Guilt of Israel in rejecting — 1Sa 2:17

Threshing

The removing or separating corn, &c form the straw — 1Ch 21:20

Was performed

By a rod or staff. — Isa 28:27

By cart wheels. — Isa 28:27,28

By instruments with teeth. — Isa 41:15; Am 1:3

By the feet of horses and oxen. — Isa 28:28; Ho 10:11; 2Sa
24:22

Cattle employed in, not to be muzzled — De 25:4; 1Co 9:9; 1Ti
5:18

Continued until the vintage in years of abundance — Le 26:5

The place for

Called the floor. — Jdj 6:37; Isa 21:10

Called the threshing floor. — Nu 18:27; 2Sa 24:18

Called the barn-floor. — 2Ki 6:27

Called the corn-floor. — Ho 9:1

Was large and roomy. — Ge 50:10

Generally on high ground. — 1Ch 21:18; 2Ch 3:1

Sometimes beside the wine-press for concealment. — Jdj 6:11

Used for winnowing the corn. — Ru 3:2

Often robbed. — 1Sa 23:1

The Jews slept on, during the time of. — Ru 3:7

Fulness of, promised as a blessing. — Joe 2:24

Scarcity in, a punishment. — Ho 9:2

Followed by a winnowing with a shovel or fan — Isa 30:24;
41:16; Mt 3:12

Illustrative

Of the judgments of God. — Isa 21:10; Jer 51:33; Hab 3:12

Of the labours of ministers. — 1Co 9:9,10

Of the church in her conquests. — Isa 41:15,16; Mic 4:13

(Gathering the sheaves for,) of preparing the enemies of the
Church for judgments. — Mic 4:12

(Dust made by,) of complete destruction. — 2Ki 13:7; Isa 41:15

(An instrument for, with teeth,) of the Church overcoming
opposition. — Isa 41:15

Time

The duration of the world — Job 22:16; Re 10:6

The measure of the continuance of anything — Jdj 18:31

An appointed season — Ne 2:6; Ec 3:1,17

Computed by

Years. — Ge 15:13; 2Sa 21:1; Da 9:2

Months. — Nu 10:10; 1Ch 27:1; Job 3:6

Weeks. — Da 10:2; Lu 18:12

Days. — Ge 8:3; Job 1:4; Lu 11:3

Hours, after the captivity. — Da 5:5; Joh 11:9

Moments — Ex 33:5; Lu 4:5; 1Co 15:52

The heavenly bodies, appointed as a means for computing — Ge
1:14

The sun-dial early invented for pointing out — 2Ki 20:9-11

Eras from which, computed

Nativity of the patriarchs during the patriarchal age. — Ge
7:11; 8:13; 17:1

The exodus from Egypt. — Ex 19:1; 40:17; Nu 9:1; 33:38; 1Ki
6:1

The jubilee. — Le 25:15

Accession of kings. — 1Ki 6:1; 15:1; Isa 36:1; Jer 1:2; Lu 3:1

Building of the temple. — 1Ki 9:10; 2Ch 8:1

The captivity. — Eze 1:1; 33:21; 40:1

Part of a period of, usually counted as the whole — 1Sa 13:1;
Es 4:16; 5:1

In prophetic language, means a prophetic year, or 360 natural
days — Da 12:7; Re 12:14

Shortness of man’s portion of — Ps 89:47

Should be redeemed — Eph 5:16; Col 4:5

Should be spent in fear of God — 1Pe 1:17

Particular periods of, mentioned

The ancient time. — Isa 45:21

The accepted time. — Isa 49:8; 2Co 6:2

The time of visitation. — Jer 46:21; 50:27

The time of refreshing. — Ac 3:19

The time of restitution of all things. — Ac 3:21

The time of reformation. — Heb 9:10

The time of healing. — Jer 14:19

The time of need. — Heb 4:16

The time of temptation. — Lu 8:13

The evil time. — Ps 37:19; Ec 9:12

The time of trouble. — Ps 27:5; Jer 14:8

All events of, predetermined by God — Ac 17:26

All God’s purposes fulfilled in due time — Mr 1:15; Ga 4:4

Tithe

The tenth of anything — 1Sa 8:15,17

Antiquity of the custom of giving to God’s ministers — Ge
14:20; Heb 7:6

Considered a just return to God for his blessings — Ge 28:22

Under the law belonged to God — Le 27:30

Consisted of a tenth

Of all the produce of the land. — Le 27:30

Of all cattle. — Le 27:32

Of holy things dedicated. — 2Ch 31:6

Given by God to the Levites for their services — Nu 18:21,24;
Ne 10:37

The tenth of, offered by the Levites as an heave offering to God
— Nu 18:26,27

The tenth of, given by the Levites to the priests as their
portion — Nu 18:26,28; Ne 10:38

Reasonableness of appointing, for the Levites — Nu 18:20,23,24;
Jos 13:33

When redeemed to a fifth part of the value added — Le 27:31

Punishment for changing — Le 27:33

The Jews slow in giving — Ne 13:10

The Jews reproved for withholding — Mal 3:8

The pious governors of Israel caused the payment of — 2Ch 31:5;
Ne 13:11,12

Rulers appointed over, for distributing — 2Ch 31:12; Ne 13:13

The Pharisees scrupulous in paying — Lu 11:42; 18:12

A second

Or its value yearly brought to the tabernacle and eaten before
the Lord. — De 12:6,7,17-19; 14:22-27

To be consumed at home every third year to promote hospitality
and charity. — De 14:28,29; 26:12-15

Titles and Names of Christ

Adam, Second — 1Co 15:45

Almighty — Re 1:18

Amen — Re 3:14

Alpha and Omega — Re 1:8; 22:13

Advocate — 1Jo 2:1

Angel — Ge 48:16; Ex 23:20,21

Angel of the Lord — Ex 3:2; Jdj 13:15-18

Angel of God’s presence — Isa 63:9

Apostle — Heb 3:1

Arm of the Lord — Isa 51:9; 53:1

Author and Finisher or our faith — Heb 12:2

Blessed and only Potentate — 1Ti 6:15

Beginning of the creation of God — Re 3:14

Branch — Jer 23:5; Zec 3:8; 6:12

Bread of Life — Joh 6:35,48

Captain of the Lord’s hosts — Jos 5:14,15

Captain of salvation — Heb 2:10

Chief Shepherd — 1Pe 5:4

Christ of God — Lu 9:20

Consolation of Israel — Lu 2:25

Chief Corner-stone — Eph 2:20; 1Pe 2:6

Commander — Isa 55:4

Counsellor — Isa 9:6

David — Jer 30:9; Eze 34:23

Day-spring — Lu 1:78

Deliverer — Ro 11:26

Desire of all nations — Hag 2:7

Door — Joh 10:7

Elect of God — Isa 42:1

Emmanuel — Isa 7:14; Mt 1:23

Eternal life — 1Jo 1:2; 5:20

Everlasting Father — Isa 9:6

Faithful witness — Re 1:5; 3:14

First and Last — Re 1:17; 2:8

First-begotten of the dead — Re 1:5

First-born of every creature — Col 1:15

Forerunner — Heb 6:20

God — Isa 40:9; Joh 20:28

God blessed for ever — Ro 9:5

God’s fellow — Zec 13:7

Glory of the Lord — Isa 40:5

Good Shepherd — Joh 10:14

Great High Priest — Heb 4:14

Governor — Mt 2:6

Head of the Church — Eph 5:23; Col 1:18

Heir of all things — Heb 1:2

Holy One — Ps 16:10; Ac 2:27,31

Holy One of God — Mr 1:24

Holy One of Israel — Isa 41:14

Horn of salvation — Lu 1:69

I AM — Ex 3:14; Joh 8:58

Jehovah — Isa 26:4

Jesus — Mt 1:21; 1Th 1:10

Judge of Israel — Mic 5:1

Just One — Ac 7:52

King — Zec 9:9; Mt 21:5

King of Israel — Joh 1:49

King of the Jews — Mt 2:2

King of Saints — Re 15:3

King of Kings — 1Ti 6:15; Re 17:14

Law giver — Isa 33:22

Lamb — Re 5:6,12; 13:8; 21:22; 22:3

Lamb of God — Joh 1:29,36

Leader — Isa 55:4

Life — Joh 14:6; Col 3:4; 1Jo 1:2

Light of the world — Joh 8:12

Lion of the tribe of Judah — Re 5:5

Lord of glory — 1Co 2:8

Lord of all — Ac 10:36

Lord our righteousness — Jer 23:6

Lord God of the holy prophets — Re 22:6

Lord God Almighty — Re 15:3

Mediator — 1Ti 2:5

Messenger of the covenant — Mal 3:1

Messiah — Da 9:25; Joh 1:41

Mighty God — Isa 9:6

Mighty One of Jacob — Isa 60:16

Morning-star — Re 22:16

Nazarene — Mt 2:23

Offspring of David — Re 22:16

Only-begotten — Joh 1:14

Our Passover — 1Co 5:7

Plant of renown — Eze 34:29

Prince of life — Ac 3:15

Prince of peace — Isa 9:6

Prince of the kings of the earth — Re 1:5

Prophet — Lu 24:19; Joh 7:40

Ransom — 1Ti 2:6

Redeemer — Job 19:25; Isa 59:20; 60:16

Resurrection and life — Joh 11:25

Rock — 1Co 10:4

Root of David — Re 22:16

Root of Jesse — Isa 11:10

Ruler of Israel — Mic 5:2

Saviour — 2Pe 2:20; 3:18

Servant — Isa 42:1; 52:13

Shepherd and Bishop of souls — 1Pe 2:25

Shiloh — Ge 49:10

Son of the blessed — Mr 14:61

Son of God — Lu 1:35; Joh 1:49

Son of the Highest — Lu 1:32

Son of David — Mt 9:27

Son of man — Joh 5:27; 6:37

Star — Nu 24:17

Sun of righteousness — Mal 4:2

Surety — Heb 7:22

True God — 1Jo 5:20

True Light — Joh 1:9

True Vine — Joh 15:1

Truth — Joh 14:6

Way — Joh 14:6

Wisdom — Pr 8:12

Witness — Isa 55:4

Wonderful — Isa 9:6

Word — Joh 1:1; 5:7

Word of God — Re 19:13

Word of Life — 1Jo 1:1

Titles and Names of the Church

Assembly of the saints — Ps 89:7

Assembly of the upright — Ps 111:1

Body of Christ — Eph 1:22,23; Col 1:24

Branch of God’s planting — Isa 60:21

Bride of Christ — Re 21:9

Church of God — Ac 20:28

Church of the Living God — 1Ti 3:15

Church of the first-born — Heb 12:23

City of the Living God — Heb 12:22

Congregation of saints — Ps 149:1

Congregation of the Lord’s poor — Ps 74:19

Dove — Song 2:14; 5:2

Family in heaven and earth — Eph 3:15

Flock of God — Eze 34:15; 1Pe 5:2

Fold of Christ — Joh 10:16

General assembly of the first-born — Heb 12:23

Golden candlestick — Re 1:20

God’s building — 1Co 3:9

God’s husbandry — 1Co 3:9

God’s heritage — Joe 3:2; 1Pe 5:3

Habitation of God — Eph 2:22

Heavenly of Jerusalem — Ga 4:26; Heb 12:22

Holy city — Re 21:2

Holy mountain — Zec 8:3

Holy hill — Ps 15:1

House of God — 1Ti 3:15; Heb 10:21

House of the God of Jacob — Isa 2:3

House of Christ — Heb 3:6

Household of God — Eph 2:19

Inheritance — Ps 28:9; Isa 19:25

Israel of God — Ga 6:16

King’s daughter — Ps 45:13

Lamb’s wife — Re 19:7; 21:9

Lot of God’s inheritance — De 32:9

Mount Zion — Ps 2:6; Heb 12:22

Mountain of the Lord’s house — Isa 2:2

New Jerusalem — Re 21:2

Pillar and ground of the truth — 1Ti 3:15

Sanctuary of God — Ps 114:2

Spiritual house — 1Pe 2:5

Spouse of Christ — Song 4:12; 5:1

Sought out, a city not forsaken — Isa 62:12

Temple of God — 1Co 3:16,17

Temple of the Living God — 2Co 6:16

Vineyard — Jer 12:10; Mt 21:41

Titles and Names of the Devil

Abaddon — Re 9:11

Accuser of our brethren — Re 12:10

Adversary — 1Pe 5:8

Angel of the bottomless pit — Re 9:11

Apollyon — Re 9:11

Beelzebub — Mt 12:24

Belial — 2Co 6:15

Crooked serpent — Isa 27:1

Dragon — Isa 27:1; Re 20:2

Enemy — Mt 13:39

Evil spirit — 1Sa 16:14

Father of lies — Joh 8:44

Great red dragon — Re 12:3

Leviathan — Isa 27:1

Liar — Joh 8:44

Lying spirit — 1Ki 22:22

Murderer — Joh 8:44

Old serpent — Re 12:9; 20:2

Piercing serpent — Isa 27:1

Power of darkness — Col 1:13

Prince of this world — Joh 14:30

Prince of the devils — Mt 12:24

Prince of the power of the air — Eph 2:2

Ruler of the darkness of this world — Eph 6:12

Satan — 1Ch 21:1; Job 1:6

Serpent — Ge 3:4,16; 2Co 11:3

Spirit that works in the children of disobedience — Eph 2:2

Tempter — Mt 4:3; 1Th 3:5

The god of this world — 2Co 4:4

Unclean spirit — Mt 12:43

Wicked-one — Mt 13:19,38

Titles and Names of the Holy Spirit

Breath of the Almighty — Job 33:4

Comforter — Joh 14:16,26; 15:26

Eternal Spirit — Heb 9:14

Free Spirit — Ps 51:12

God — Ac 5:3,4

Good Spirit — Ne 9:20; Ps 143:10

Holy Spirit — Ps 51:11; Lu 11:13; Eph 1:13; 4:30

Lord, The — 2Th 3:5

Power of the Highest — Lu 1:35

Spirit, The — Mt 4:1; Joh 3:6; 1Ti 4:1

Spirit of the Lord God — Isa 61:1

Spirit of the Lord — Isa 11:2; Ac 5:9

Spirit of God — Ge 1:2; 1Co 2:11; Job 33:4

Spirit of the Father — Mt 10:20

Spirit of Christ — Ro 8:9; 1Pe 1:11

Spirit of the Son — Ga 4:6

Spirit of life — Ro 8:2; Re 11:11

Spirit of grace — Zec 12:10; Heb 10:29

Spirit of prophecy — Re 19:10

Spirit of adoption — Ro 8:15

Spirit of wisdom — Isa 11:2; Eph 1:17

Spirit of counsel — Isa 11:2

Spirit of might — Isa 11:2

Spirit of understanding — Isa 11:2

Spirit of knowledge — Isa 11:2

Spirit of the fear of the Lord — Isa 11:2

Spirit of truth — Joh 14:17; 15:26

Spirit of holiness — Ro 1:4

Spirit of revelation — Eph 1:17

Spirit of judgment — Isa 4:4; 28:6

Spirit of burning — Isa 4:4

Spirit of glory — 1Pe 4:14

Seven Spirits of God — Re 1:4

Titles and Names of Ministers

Ambassadors for Christ — 2Co 5:20

Angels of the Church — Re 1:20; 2:1

Apostles — Lu 6:13; Eph 4:11; Re 18:20

Apostles of Jesus Christ — Tit 1:1

Bishops — Php 1:1; 1Ti 3:1; Tit 1:7

Deacons — Ac 6:1; 1Ti 3:8; Php 1:1

Elders — 1Ti 5:17; 1Pe 5:1

Evangelists — Eph 4:11; 2Ti 4:5

Fishers of men — Mt 4:19; Mr 1:17

Labourers — Mt 9:38; Phm 1:1; 1Th 2:2

Messengers of the church — 2Co 8:2,3

Messengers of the Lord of hosts — Mal 2:7

Ministers of God — 2Co 6:4

Ministers of the Lord — Joe 1:17

Ministers of Christ — Ro 15:16; 1Co 4:1

Ministers of the sanctuary — Eze 45:4

Ministers of the gospel — Eph 3:7; Col 1:23

Ministers of the word — Lu 1:2

Ministers of the New Testament — 2Co 3:6

Ministers of the Church — Col 1:24,25

Ministers of righteousness — 2Co 11:15

Overseers — Ac 20:28

Pastors — Jer 3:15; Eph 4:11

Preachers — Ro 10:14; 1Ti 2:7

Servants of God — Tit 1:1; Jas 1:1

Servants of the Lord — 2Ti 2:24

Servants of Jesus Christ — Php 1:1; Jude 1:1

Servants of the Church — 2Co 4:5

Shepherds — Jer 23:4

Soldiers of Christ — Php 2:25; 2Ti 2:3

Stars — Re 1:20; 2:1

Stewards of God — Tit 1:7

Stewards of the grace of God — 1Pe 4:10

Stewards of the mysteries of God — 1Co 4:1

Teachers — Isa 30:20; Eph 4:11

Watchmen — Isa 62:6; Eze 33:7

Witnesses — Ac 1:8; 5:32; 26:16

Workers together with God — 2Co 6:1

Titles and Names of Saints

Believers — Ac 5:14; 1Ti 4:12

Beloved of God — Ro 1:7

Beloved brethren — 1Co 15:58; Jas 2:5

Blessed of the Lord — Ge 24:31; 26:29

Blessed of the Father — Mt 25:34

Brethren — Mt 23:8; Ac 12:17

Brethren of Christ — Lu 8:21; Joh 20:17

Called of Jesus Christ — Ro 1:6

Children of the Lord — De 14:1

Children of God — Joh 11:52; 1Jo 3:10

Children of the Living God — Ro 9:26

Children of the Father — Mt 5:45

Children of the Highest — Lu 6:35

Children of Abraham — Ga 3:7

Children of Jacob — Ps 105:6

Children of promise — Ro 9:8; Ga 4:28

Children of the free-woman — Ga 4:31

Children of the kingdom — Mt 13:38

Children of Zion — Ps 149:2; Joe 2:23

Children of the bride-chamber — Mt 9:15

Children of light — Lu 16:8; Eph 5:8; 1Th 5:5

Children of the day — 1Th 5:5

Children of the resurrection — Lu 20:36

Chosen generation — 1Pe 2:9

Chosen ones — 1Ch 16:13

Chosen vessels — Ac 9:15

Christians — Ac 11:26; 26:28

Dear children — Eph 5:1

Disciples of Christ — Joh 8:31; 15:8

Elect of God — Col 3:12; Tit 1:1

Epistles of Christ — 2Co 3:3

Excellent, The — Ps 16:3

Faithful brethren in Christ — Col 1:2

Faithful, The — Ps 12:1

Faithful of the land — Ps 101:6

Fellow-citizens with the saints — Eph 2:19

Fellow-heirs — Eph 3:6

Fellow-servants — Re 6:11

Friends of God — 2Ch 20:7; Jas 2:23

Friends of Christ — Joh 15:15

Godly, The — Ps 4:3; 2Pe 2:9

Heirs of God — Ro 8:17; Ga 4:7

Heirs of the grace of life — 1Pe 3:7

Heirs of the kingdom — Jas 2:5

Heirs of promise — Heb 6:17; Ga 3:29

Heirs of salvation — Heb 1:14

Holy brethren — 1Th 5:27; Heb 3:1

Holy nation — Ex 19:6; 1Pe 2:9

Holy people — De 26:19; Isa 62:12

Holy priesthood — 1Pe 2:5

Joint-heirs with Christ — Ro 8:17

Just, The — Hab 2:4

Kings and priests to God — Re 1:6

Kingdom of priests — Ex 19:6

Lambs — Isa 40:11; Joh 21:15

Lights of the world — Mt 5:14

Little children — Joh 13:33; 1Jo 2:1

Lively stones — 1Pe 2:5

Members of Christ — 1Co 6:15; Eph 5:30

Men of God — De 33:1; 1Ti 6:11; 2Ti 3:17

Obedient children — 1Pe 1:14

Peculiar people — De 14:2; Tit 2:14; 1Pe 2:9

Peculiar treasure — Ex 19:5; Ps 135:4

People of God — Heb 4:9; 1Pe 2:10

People near to God — Ps 148:14

People saved by the Lord — De 33:29

Pillars in the temple of God — Re 3:12

Ransomed of the Lord — Isa 35:10

Redeemed of the Lord — Isa 51:11

Royal priesthood — 1Pe 2:9

Salt of the earth — Mt 5:13

Servants of Christ — 1Co 7:22; Eph 6:6

Servants of righteousness — Ro 6:18

Sheep of Christ — Joh 10:1-16; 21:16

Sojourners with God — Le 25:23; Ps 39:12

Sons of God — Joh 1:12; Php 2:15; 1Jo 3:1,2

The Lord’s freemen — 1Co 7:22

Trees of righteousness — Isa 61:3

Vessels to honour — 2Ti 2:21

Vessels of mercy — Ro 9:23

Witnesses for God — Isa 44:8

Titles and Names of the Wicked

Adversaries of the Lord — 1Sa 2:10

Children of Belial — De 13:13; 2Ch 13:7

Children of the devil — Ac 13:10; 1Jo 3:10

Children of the wicked one — Mt 13:38

Children of hell — Mt 23:15

Children of base men — Job 30:8

Children of fools — Job 30:8

Children of strangers — Isa 2:6

Children of transgression — Isa 57:4

Children of disobedience — Eph 2:2; Col 3:6

Children in whom is no faith — De 32:20

Children of the flesh — Ro 9:8

Children of iniquity — Ho 10:9

Children that will not hear the law of the Lord — Isa 30:9

Children of pride — Job 41:34

Children of this world — Lu 16:8

Children of wickedness — 2Sa 7:10

Children of wrath — Eph 2:3

Children that are corrupters — Isa 1:4

Cursed children — 2Pe 2:14

Enemies of God — Ps 37:20; Jas 4:4

Enemies of the cross of Christ — Php 3:18

Enemies of all righteousness — Ac 13:10

Evil doers — Ps 37:1; 1Pe 2:14

Evil men — Pr 4:14; 2Ti 3:13

Evil generation — De 1:35

Evil and adulterous generation — Mt 12:39

Fools — Pr 1:7; Ro 1:22

Froward generation — De 32:20

Generation of vipers — Mt 3:7; 12:34

Grievous revolters — Jer 6:28

Haters of God — Ps 81:15; Ro 1:30

Impudent children — Eze 2:4

Inventors of evil things — Ro 1:30

Lying children — Isa 30:9

Men of the world — Ps 17:14

People loaded with iniquity — Isa 1:4

Perverse and crooked generation — De 32:5; Mt 17:17; Php 2:15

Rebellious children — Isa 30:1

Rebellious people — Isa 30:9; 65:2

Rebellious house — Eze 2:5,8; 12:2

Reprobates — 2Co 13:5-7

Scornful, The — Ps 1:1

Seed of falsehood — Isa 57:4

Seed of the wicked — Ps 37:28

Seed of evil doers — Isa 1:4; 14:20

Serpents — Mt 23:33

Servants of corruption — 2Pe 2:19

Servants of sin — Joh 8:34; Ro 6:20

Sinful generation — Mr 8:28

Sinners — Ps 26:9; Pr 1:10

Sons of Belial — 1Sa 2:12; 1Ki 21:10

Sottish children — Jer 4:22

Strange children — Ps 144:7

Stubborn and rebellious generation — Ps 78:8

Transgressors — Ps 37:38; 51:13

Ungodly, The — Ps 1:1

Ungodly men — Jude 1:4

Unprofitable servants — Mt 25:30

Untoward generation — Ac 2:40

Vessels of wrath — Ro 9:22

Wicked of the earth — Ps 75:8

Wicked transgressors — Ps 59:5

Wicked servants — Mt 25:26

Wicked generation — Mt 12:45; 16:4

Wicked ones — Jer 2:33

Wicked doers — Ps 101:8; Pr 17:4

Workers of iniquity — Ps 28:3; 36:12

Towers

Origin and antiquity of — Ge 11:4

Were built

In cities. — Jdj 9:51

On the walls of cities. — 2Ch 14:7; 26:9

In the forests. — 2Ch 27:4

In the deserts. — 2Ch 26:10

In vineyards. — Isa 5:2; Mt 21:33

Frequently very high — Isa 2:15

Frequently strong and well fortified — Jdj 9:51; 2Ch 26:9

Were used as armouries — Song 4:4

Were used as citadels in time of war — Jdj 9:51; Eze 27:11

Watchmen posted on, in times of danger — 2Ki 9:17; Hab 2:1

Mentioned in scripture

Babel. — Ge 11:9

Edar. — Ge 35:21

Penuel. — Jdj 8:17

Shechem. — Jdj 9:46

Thebez. — Jdj 9:50,51

David. — Song 4:4

Lebanon. — Song 7:4

Of the furnaces. — Ne 3:11

Meah. — Ne 12:39

Jezreel. — 2Ki 9:17

Hananeel. — Jer 31:38; Zec 14:10

Syene. — Eze 29:10; 30:6

Siloam. — Lu 13:4

Of Jerusalem remarkable for number, strength, and beauty — Ps
48:12

Frequently thrown down in war — Jdj 8:17; 9:49; Eze 26:4

Frequently left desolate — Isa 32:14; Zep 3:6

Illustrative of

God as the protector of his people. — 2Sa 22:3,51; Ps 18:2;
61:3

The name of the Lord. — Pr 18:10

Ministers. — Jer 6:27

Mount Sion. — Mic 4:8

The grace and dignity of the church. — Song 4:4; 7:4; 8:10

The proud and haughty. — Isa 2:15; 30:25

Travellers

Called way-faring men — Jdj 19:17; Isa 35:8

Preparations made by, alluded to — Eze 12:3,4

Often collected together and formed caravans — Ge 37:25; Isa
21:13; Lu 2:44

Often engaged persons acquainted with the country as guides —
Nu 10:31,32; Job 29:15

Friends of

Often supplied them with provision. — Ge 21:14; 44:1; Jer 40:5

Sometimes accompanied them a short way. — 2Sa 19:31; Ac 20:38;
21:5

Frequently commended them to protection of God. — Ge 43:13,14;
Ac 21:5

Frequently took leave of them with sorrow. — Ac 20:37; 21:6

Often sent them away with music. — Ge 31:27

Generally commenced their journey early in the morning — Jdj
19:5

Generally rested at noon — Ge 18:1,3; Joh 4:6

Halted at even — Ge 24:11

Generally halted at wells or streams — Ge 24:11; 32:21,23; Ex
15:27; 1Sa 30:21; Joh 4:6

Carried with them

Provisions for the way. — Jos 9:11,12; Jdj 19:19

Provender for their beasts of burden. — Ge 42:27; Jdj 19:19

Skins filled with water, wine, &c. — Ge 21:14,15; Jos 9:13

Presents for those who entertained them. — Ge 43:15; 1Ki 10:2;
2Ki 5:5; Mt 2:11

Often travelled on foot — Ge 28:10; 32:10; Ex 12:37; Ac 20:13

On foot, how attired — Ex 12:11

After a long journey, described — Jos 9:4,5,13

Of distinction

Rode on asses, camels, &c. — Ge 22:3; 24:64; Nu 22:21

Rode in chariots. — 2Ki 5:9; Ac 8:27,28

Generally attended by running footmen. — 1Sa 25:27; 1Ki 18:46;
2Ki 4:24; Ec 10:7

Often preceded by heralds, &c to have the roads prepared. — Isa
40:3,4; Mr 1:2,3

Generally performed their journey in great state. — 1Ki 10:2;
2Ki 5:5,9

Frequently extorted provisions by the way. — Jdj 8:5,8; 1Sa
25:4-13

Before setting out gave employment, &c to their servants. — Mt
25:14

Strangers civil to — Ge 18:2; 24:18,19

Generally treated with great hospitality — Ge 18:3-8; 19:2;
24:24,32,33; Ex 2:20; Jdj 19:20,21; Job 31:32; Heb 13:2

The caravanserai or public inn for noticed — Ge 42:27; Ex 4:24;
Lu 2:7; 10:34

Were frequently asked whence they came and whither they went —
Jdj 19:17

Protected by those who entertained them — Ge 19:6-8; Jdj 19:23

For security often left the highways — Jdj 5:6

Tesserae hospitales or pledges of hospitality, alluded to — Re
2:17

On errands requiring despatch

Went with great speed. — Es 8:10; Job 9:25

Saluted no man by the way. — 2Ki 4:29; Lu 10:4

Estimated the length of their journey by the number of days
which it occupied — Ge 31:23; De 1:2; 2Ki 3:9

The Jews prohibited from taking long journeys on the Sabbath —
Ex 20:10; Ac 1:12

Ceasing of, threatened as a calamity — Isa 33:8

Trees

Originally created by God — Ge 1:11,12; 2:9

Made for the glory of God — Ps 148:9

Different kinds of mentioned

Of the wood. — Song 2:3

Of the forest. — Isa 10:19

Bearing fruit. — Ne 9:25; Ec 2:5; Eze 47:12

Evergreen. — Ps 37:35; Jer 17:2

Deciduous or casting the leaves. — Isa 6:13

Of various sizes — Eze 17:24

Given as food to the animal creation — Ge 1:29,30; De 20:19

Designed to beautify the earth — Ge 2:9

Parts of mentioned

The roots. — Jer 17:8

The stem or trunk. — Isa 11:1; 44:19

The branches. — Le 23:40; Da 4:14

The tender shoots. — Lu 21:29,30

The leaves. — Isa 6:13; Da 4:12; Mt 21:19

The fruit or seeds. — Le 27:30; Eze 36:30

Each kind has its own seed for propagating its species — Ge
1:11,12

Often propagated by birds who carry the seeds along with them —
Eze 17:3,5

Planted by man — Le 19:23

Each kind of, known by its fruit — Mt 12:33

Nourished

By the earth. — Ge 1:12; 2:9

By the rain from heaven. — Isa 44:14

Through their own sap. — Ps 104:16

Specially flourished beside the rivers and streams of water —
Eze 47:12

When cut down often sprouted from their roots again — Job 14:7

Were sold with the land on which they grew — Ge 23:17

Often suffered from

Locusts. — Ex 10:5,15; De 28:42

Hail and frost. — Ex 9:25; Ps 78:47

Fire. — Joe 1:19

Desolating armies. — 2Ki 19:23; Isa 10:34

Afford an agreeable shade in eastern countries during the heat
of the day — Ge 18:4; Job 40:21

Were cut down

With axes. — De 19:5; Ps 74:5; Mt 3:10

For building. — 2Ki 6:2; 2Ch 2:8,10

By besieging armies for erecting forts. — De 20:20; Jer 6:6

For making idols. — Isa 40:20; 44:14,17

For fuel. — Isa 44:14-16; Mt 3:10

God increases and multiplies the fruit of, for his people — Le
26:4; Eze 34:27; Joe 2:22

God often renders, barren as a punishment — Le 26:20

Early custom of planting, in consecrated grounds — Ge 21:33

The Jews

Prohibited from planting in consecrated places. — De 16:21

Prohibited from cutting down fruit bearing, for sieges. — De
20:19

Often pitched their tents under. — Ge 18:1,4; Jdj 4:5; 1Sa
22:6

Often buried under. — Ge 35:8; 1Sa 21:13

Often executed criminals on. — De 21:22,23; Jos 10:26; Ga 3:13;
Ge 40:19

Considered trees on which criminals were executed abominable. —
Isa 14:19

Mentioned in scripture

Almond. — Ge 43:11; Ec 12:5; Jer 1:11

Almug or algum. — 1Ki 10:11,12; 2Ch 9:10,11

Apple. — Song 2:3; 8:5; Joe 1:12

Ash. — Isa 44:14

Bay. — Ps 37:35

Box. — Isa 41:19

Cedar. — 1Ki 10:27

Chestnut. — Eze 31:8

Cyprus. — Isa 44:14

Fig. — De 8:8

Fir. — 1Ki 5:10; 2Ki 19:23; Ps 104:17

Juniper. — 1Ki 19:4,5

Lign-aloes. — Nu 24:6

Mulberry. — 2Sa 5:23,24

Myrtle. — Isa 41:19; 55:13; Zec 1:8

Mustard. — Mt 13:32

Oak. — Isa 1:30

Oil-tree. — Isa 41:19

Olive. — De 6:11

Palm. — Ex 15:27

Pine. — Isa 41:19

Pomegranate. — De 8:8; Joe 1:12

Shittah or shittim. — Ex 36:20; Isa 41:19

Sycamore. — 1Ki 10:27; Ps 78:47; Am 7:14; Lu 19:4

Teil. — Isa 6:13

Vine. — Nu 6:4; Eze 15:2

Willow. — Isa 44:4; Eze 17:5

Solomon wrote the history of — 1Ki 4:33

Illustrative

Of Christ. — Ro 11:24; Re 2:7; 22:2,14

Of wisdom. — Pr 3:18

Of kings, &c. — Isa 10:34; Eze 17:24; 31:7-10; Da 4:10-14

Of the life and conversation of the righteous. — Pr 11:30;
15:4

(Green,) of the innocence of Christ. — Lu 23:31

(Good and fruitful,) of saints. — Nu 24:6; Ps 1:3; Isa 61:3;
Jer 17:8; Mt 7:17,18

(Evergreen,) of saints. — Ps 1:1-3

(Duration of,) of continued prosperity of saints. — Isa 65:22

(Casting their leaves yet retaining their substance,) of the
elect remnant in the church. — Isa 6:13

(Barren,) of the wicked. — Ho 9:16

(Shaking of the leaves off,) of the terror of the wicked. — Isa
7:2

(Producing evil fruit,) of the wicked. — Mt 7:17-19

(Dry,) of useless persons. — Isa 56:3

(Dry,) of the wicked ripe for judgment. — Lu 23:31

Trespass Offering

Esteemed as a sin offering, and frequently so called — Le
5:6,9

To be offered

For concealing knowledge of a crime. — Le 5:1

For involuntarily touching unclean things. — Le 5:2,3

For rash swearing. — Le 5:4

For sins of ignorance in holy things. — Le 5:15

For any sin of ignorance. — Le 5:17

For breach of trust, or fraud. — Le 6:2-5

Was a most holy offering — Le 14:13

Consisted of

A she lamb or kid. — Le 5:6

A ram without blemish. — Le 5:15; 6:6

Two turtle doves by those unable to bring a lamb. — Le 5:7-10

A meat offering by the very poor. — Le 5:11-13

Being for minor offences was lessened for the poor, not so the
sin offering — Le 4:1-5:19

Atonement made by — Le 5:6,10,13,16,18; 6:7; 19:22

Accompanied by confession — Le 5:5

Generally accompanied by restitution — Le 5:16; 6:5

To be slain where the sin offering and burnt offering were slain
— Le 14:13; Eze 40:39

Sometimes waved alive before the Lord — Le 14:12,13

Special occasions of offering

Cleansing of a leper. — Le 14:2,12-14,21,22

Purification of women. — Le 12:6-8

Purification of those with issues. — Le 15:14,15

Purification of Nazarites who had broken their vow. — Nu 6:12

For connection with a betrothed bondmaid. — Le 19:20-22

Was the perquisites of the priest — Le 14:13; Eze 44:29

Illustrative of Christ — Isa 53:10; Eze 46:20

Tribes of Israel, The

Were twelve in number — Ge 49:28; Ac 26:12; Jas 1:1

Descended from Jacob’s sons — Ge 35:22-26

Manasseh and Ephraim numbered among, instead of Joseph and Levi
— Ge 48:5; Jos 14:3,4

Predictions respecting each of — Ge 49:3-27; De 33:6-29

Each of

Under a president or chief. — Nu 1:4-16

Divided into families. — Nu 1:2; 26:5-50; Jos 7:14

Usually furnished an equal number of men for war. — Nu 31:4

Each family of, had a chief or head — Nu 36:1; 1Ch 4:38

Total strength of, on leaving Egypt — Ex 12:37; Nu 1:44-46;
2:32

Divided into four divisions while in the wilderness — Nu
10:14-28

Encamped in their divisions and by their standards round the
tabernacles — Nu 2:2-31

Canaan to be divided amongst according to their numbers — Nu
33:54

Reuben, Gad and half Manasseh

Settled on east side of Jordan. — De 3:12-17; Jos 13:23-32

Were required to assist in subduing Canaan. — Nu 32:6-32; De
3:18-20

Total strength of, on entering the land of Canaan — Nu 26:51

Canaan divided amongst nine and a half of, by lot — Jos 14:1-5

Situation of, and bounds of the inheritance of each — Jos
15:1-17:18

All inheritance to remain in the tribe and family to which
allotted — Nu 36:3-9

Names of, engraven on the breastplate of the high priest — Ex
28:21; 39:14

Divided on mounts Ebal and Gerizim to hear the law — De
27:12,13

Remained as one people until the reign of Rehoboam — 1Ki
12:16-20

Truth

God is a God of — De 32:4; Ps 31:15

Christ is — Joh 14:6; 7:18

Christ was full of — Joh 1:14

Christ spoke — Joh 8:45

The Holy Spirit is the Spirit of — Joh 14:17

The Holy Spirit guides into all — Joh 16:13

The word of God is — Da 10:21; Joh 17:17

God regards, with favour — Jer 5:3

The judgments of God are according to — Ps 96:13; Ro 2:2

Saints should

Worship God in. — Joh 4:24; Ps 145:18

Serve God in. — Jos 24:14; 1Sa 12:24

Walk before God in. — 1Ki 2:4; 2Ki 20:3

Keep religious feasts with. — 1Co 5:8

Esteem, as inestimable. — Pr 23:23

Rejoice in. — 1Co 13:6

Speak, to one another. — Zec 8:16; Eph 4:25

Meditate upon. — Php 4:8

Write upon the tables of the heart. — Pr 3:3

God desires in the heart — Ps 51:6

The fruit of the Spirit is in — Eph 5:9

Ministers should

Speak. — 2Co 12:6; Ga 4:16

Teach in. — 1Ti 2:7

Approve themselves by. — 2Co 4:2; 6:7,8; 7:14

Magistrates should be men of — Ex 18:21

Kings are preserved by — Pr 20:28

They who speak

Show forth righteousness. — Pr 12:17

Shall be established. — Pr 12:19

Are the delight of God. — Pr 12:22

The wicked

Destitute of. — Ho 4:1

Speak not. — Jer 9:5

Uphold not. — Isa 59:14,15

Plead not for. — Isa 59:4

Are not valiant for. — Jer 9:3

Punished for want of. — Jer 9:5,9; Ho 4:1

The gospel as

Came by Christ. — Joh 1:17

Christ bear witness to — Joh 18:37

Is in Christ — Ro 9:1; 1Ti 2:7

John bears witness to — Joh 5:33

Is according to godliness — Tit 1:1

Is sanctifying — Joh 17:17,19

Is purifying — 1Pe 1:22

Is part of Christian armour — Eph 6:14

Revealed abundantly to saints — Jer 33:6

Abides continually with saints — 2Jo 1:2

Should be acknowledged — 2Ti 2:25

Should be believed — 2Th 2:12,13; 1Ti 4:3

Should be obeyed — Ro 2:8; Ga 3:1

Should be loved — 2Th 2:10

Should be manifested — 2Co 4:2

Should be rightly divided — 2Ti 2:15

The wicked turn away from — 2Ti 4:4

The wicked resist — 2Ti 3:8

The wicked destitute of — 1Ti 6:5

The church is the pillar and ground of — 1Ti 3:15

The devil is devoid of — Joh 8:44

Truth of God, The

Is one of his attributes — De 32:4; Isa 65:16

Always goes before his face — Ps 89:14

He keeps, for ever — Ps 146:6

Described as

Great. — Ps 57:10

Plenteous. — Ps 86:15

Abundant. — Ex 34:6

Inviolable. — Nu 23:19; Tit 1:2

Reaching to the clouds. — Ps 57:10

Enduring to all generations. — Ps 100:5

United with mercy in redemption — Ps 85:10

Exhibited in his

Counsels of old. — Isa 25:1

Ways. — Re 15:3

Works. — Ps 33:4; 11:7; Da 4:37

Judicial statutes. — Ps 19:9

Administration of justice. — Ps 96:13

Word. — Ps 119:160; Joh 17:17

Fulfilment of promises in Christ. — 2Co 1:20

Fulfilment of his covenant. — Mic 7:20

Dealings with saints. — Ps 25:10

Deliverance of saints. — Ps 57:3

Punishment of the wicked. — Re 16:7

Remembered toward saints — Ps 98:3

Is a shield and buckler to saints — Ps 9:14

We should

Confide in. — Ps 31:5; Tit 1:2

Plead, in prayer. — Ps 89:49

Pray for its manifestation to ourselves. — 2Ch 6:17

Pray for its exhibition to others. — 2Sa 2:6

Make known to others. — Isa 38:19

Magnify. — Ps 71:22; 138:2

Is denied by

The devil. — Ge 3:4,5

The self-righteous. — 1Jo 1:10

Unbelievers. — 1Jo 5:10

Exemplified towards

Abraham. — Ge 24:27

Jacob. — Ge 32:10

Israel. — Ps 98:3

Types of Christ

Adam — Ro 5:14; 1Co 15:45

Abel — Ge 4:8,10; Heb 12:24

Abraham — Ge 17:5; Eph 3:15

Aaron — Ex 28:1; Heb 5:4,5; Le 16:15; Heb 9:7,24

Ark — Ge 7:16; 1Pe 3:20,21

Ark of the Covenant — Ex 25:16; Ps 40:8; Isa 42:6

Atonement, sacrifices offered on the day of — Le 16:15,16; Heb
9:12,24

Brazen serpent — Nu 21:9; Joh 3:14,15

Brazen altar — Ex 27:1,2; Heb 13:10

Burnt offering — Le 1:2,4; Heb 10:10

Cities of refuge — Nu 35:6; Heb 6:18

David — 2Sa 8:15; Eze 37:24; Ps 89:19,20; Php 2:9

Eliakim — Isa 22:20-22; Re 3:7

First-fruits — Ex 22:29; 1Co 15:20

Golden candlestick — Ex 25:31; Joh 8:12

Golden altar — Ex 40:5,26,27; Re 8:3; Heb 13:15

Isaac — Ge 22:1,2; Heb 11:17-19

Jacob — Ge 32:28; Joh 11:42; Heb 7:25

Jacob’s ladder — Ge 28:12; Joh 1:51

Joseph — Ge 50:19,20

Joshua — Jos 1:5,6; Heb 4:8,9; Jos 11:23; Ac 20:32

Jonah — Jon 1:17; Mt 12:40

Laver of brass — Ex 30:18-20; Zec 13:1; Eph 5:26,27

Leper’s offering — Le 14:4-7; Ro 4:25

Man — Ex 16:11-15; Joh 6:32-35

Melchizedek — Ge 14:18-20; Heb 7:1-17

Mercy-seat — Ex 25:17-22; Ro 3:25; Heb 4:16

Morning and evening sacrifices — Ex 29:38-41; Joh 1:29,36

Moses — Nu 12:7; Heb 3:2; De 18:15; Ac 3:20-22

Noah — Ge 5:29; 2Co 1:5

Paschal lamb — Ex 12:3-6,46; Joh 19:36; 1Co 5:7

Peace offerings — Le 3:1; Eph 2:14,16

Red heifer — Nu 19:2-6; Heb 9:13,14

Rock of Horeb — Ex 17:6; 1Co 10:4

Samson — Jdj 16:30; Col 2:14,15

Scape goat — Le 16:20-22; Isa 53:6,12

Sin offering — Le 4:2,3,12; Heb 13:11,12

Solomon — 2Sa 7:12,13; Lu 1:32,33; 1Pe 2:5

Tabernacle — Ex 40:2,34; Heb 9:11; Col 2:9

Table and show bread — Ex 25:23-30; Joh 1:16; 6:48

Temple — 1Ki 6:1,38; Joh 2:19,21

Tree of life — Ge 2:9; Joh 1:4; Re 22:2

Trespass offering — Le 6:1-7; Isa 53:10

Vail of the tabernacle and temple — Ex 40:21; 2Ch 3:14; Heb
10:20

Zerubbabel — Zec 4:7-9; Heb 12:2,3

Tyre

Antiquity of — Isa 23:7; Jos 19:29

Called

The daughter of Zidon. — Isa 23:12

The daughter of Tarshish. — Isa 23:10

The joyous city. — Isa 23:7

The crowning city. — Isa 23:8

The renowned city. — Eze 26:17

Insular position of — Eze 26:17; 27:4,25

Strongly fortified — Jos 19:29; 2Sa 24:7; Eze 26:17; Zec 9:3

Governed by kings — 1Ki 5:1; Jer 25:22

Celebrated for

Its beauty. — Eze 27:3,4

Its commerce. — Isa 23:2,3; Eze 27:3,12-25

Its wealth. — Eze 27:33; 28:4,5; Zec 9:3

Strength and beauty of its ships. — Eze 27:5-7

Soldiers of, supplied by Persia, &c — Eze 27:10,11

Inhabitants of

Sea-faring men. — Eze 26:17

Mercantile men. — Isa 23:8

Proud and haughty. — Isa 23:9; Eze 28:2,17

Self-conceited. — Eze 28:3-5

Superstitious. — Jer 27:2,3,9

Wicked. — Eze 28:18

Often confederated against the Jews and rejoiced in their
calamities — Ps 83:7; Eze 26:2; Am 1:9

David and Solomon formed alliances with — 1Ki 5:1; 2Ch 2:3

Supplied

Seamen for Solomon’s navy. — 1Ki 9:27; 2Ch 8:18

A master-builder for the temple. — 2Ch 2:7,13

Stones and timber for building the temple. — 1Ki 5:6,9; 2Ch
2:8,9,16

Timber for rebuilding the temple and city. — Ezr 3:7

The Jews condemned for purchasing from the people of, on the
Sabbath — Ne 13:16

Christ

Alluded to the depravity of. — Mt 11:21,22

Visited the coasts of. — Mt 15:21; Mr 7:24

Was followed by many from. — Mr 3:8; Lu 6:17

Paul found disciples at. — Ac 21:3,4

Depended for provision upon Galilee. — Ac 12:20

Propitiated the favour of Herod — Ac 12:20

Prophecies respecting

Envy against the Jews a cause of its destruction. — Eze 26:2

Pride a cause of its destruction. — Eze 28:2-6

To be destroyed by the king of Babylon. — Isa 23:13,14; Jer
27:3,6; Eze 26:7-13

Inhabitants of, to emigrated to other countries. — Isa 23:6,12

To be scraped as the top of a rock, and to be a place for the
spreading nets. — Eze 26:3-5,14

The king of Babylon to be rewarded with the spoil of Egypt for
his service against. — Eze 29:18-20

To lie waste and be forgotten for seventy years. — Isa 23:15

Its restoration to commercial greatness after seventy years. —
Isa 23:16,17

Its second destruction by the Macedonians. — Eze 27:32;
28:7,8,18; Zec 9:2-4

The ruins of the first city to be employed in making a causeway
to effect the destruction of insular Tyre. — Eze 26:12

Never to recover its greatness. — Eze 26:21

Its inhabitants to be sold as slaves, as a recompence for their
selling the Jews. — Joe 3:4-8

All nations to be terrified at its destruction. — Eze 26:15-18;
27:29-36; Zec 9:5

To participated in the blessings of the gospel. — Ps 45:12; Isa
23:18

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