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to God continually, that is, the Prov. X, 18, 19, 21. In the lips of

TEETH. fruit of our lips giving thanks to him that hath understanding

Gen. xlix, 12. .... His teeth his name. wisdom is found: but a rod is for

white with milk.
(See also under Mouth.)

the back of him that is void of
understanding. In the multitude

Num. xi, 33. And while the flesh of words there wanteth not sin: was yet between their teeth, ere USED WITH A VARIETY 0 but he that refraineth his lips

it was chewed, the wrath of the EPITHETS TO EXPRESS wise. The lips of the righteous

LORD was kindled against the SHADES OF CHAR

people, and the LORD smote the feed many: but fools die for want of wisdom.

people with a very great plague. ACTER.

Job xiii, 14. Wherefore do I Exod. vi. 12. And Moses spake

Prov. xii, 13, 19. The wicked is

take my flesh in my teeth, and before the Lord. saying. Behold, snared by the transgression of his l_ the children of Israel have not lips; but the just shall come out

put my life in mine hand? hearkened unto me; how then

of trouble. The lip of truth shall Job xix, 20. ....I am escaped shall Pharaoh hear me, who am of

be established for ever: but a lying with the skin of my teeth. uncircumcised lips? tongue is but for a moment.

Job xxix, 17. And I brake the

I jaws of the wicked, and plucked P8. xii, 2, 3. They speak vanity Prov. xiv, 7, 23. Go from the

the spoil out of his teeth. every one with his neighbour: presence of a foolish man, when with flattering lips and with a thou perceivest not in him the Ps. iii, 7. ... Thou hast broken double heart do they speak. The lips of knowledge. In all labour the teeth of the ungodly. LORD shall cut off all flattering there is profit; but the talk of the 1 Ps. cxxiv, 6. Blessed be the lips, and the tongue that speak-lips tendeth only to penury. LORD, who hath not given us as a eth proud things.

Prov. xv, 7. The lips of the wise

prey to their teeth. P8. xxxi, 18. Let the lying lips disperse knowledge: but the heart! Ezek. xviii, 2. What mean ye, be put to silence; which speak of the foolish doeth not so.

that ye use this proverb concerngrievous things proudly and con

ing the land of Israel, saying, The temptuously against the right

Prov. xvi, 10. 27. 30. A divino

fathers have eaten sour grapes, eous. sentence is in the lips of the king:

and the children's teeth are set on his mouth transgresseth not in Ps. Ixill, 6. My soul shall be

edge. judgment. An ungodly man satisfied as with marrow and fat

Amos iv, 6. And I also have digreth up evil: and in his lips ness; and my mouth shall praise there is as burning fire. He

given you cleanness of teeth in all thee with joyful lips. shutteth his eyes to devise fro

your cities, and want of bread in Prov. vit, 21. With her much ward things: moving his lips he

all your places; yet have ye not fair speech she canseth him to bringeth evil to pass.

returned unto me, saith the LORD. yield, with the flattering of her

Micah iii, 5. Thus saith the lips she forced him.

Prov. xvii, 28. Even a fool, when

LORD concerning the prophets he holdeth his peace, is counted Prov. x, 18. He that hideth

that make my people err, that ein wise: and he that shutteth his hatred with lying lips, and he that

bite with their teeth, and cry, lips is esteemed a man of under- Peace. . . . . . uttereth a slander, is a fool.

standing. Prov. xii, 22. Lying lips are

Zech. ix, 7. And I will take abomination to the LORD: but they

Prov. XX, 15, 19. There is gold, I away his blood out of his mouth, that deal truly are his delight.

and a multitude of rubies: but and his abominations from be

the lips of knowledge are a tween his teeth. .... Prov. xvi, 13, 21. Righteous lips

precious jewel. He that goeth are the delight of kings; and they

Matth. xxvii. 44. The thieves about as a talebearer revealeth love him that speaketh right,

also, which were crucified with secrets: therefore meddle not him, cast the same in his teeth. The wise in heart shall be called

with him that flattereth with his prudent; and the sweetness of the

lips. lips increaseth learning.

GNASHING THE TEETH, Prov. xvii, 4,7. A wicked doer

Prov. xxli, 11, 18. He that loveth THE SIGN OF AGONY. giveth heed to false lips; and a pureness of heart, for the grace

Job xvi. 9. He teareth me in his liar giveth ear to a naughty of his lips the king shall be his

wrath, who hateth me: he gnashtongue. Excellent speech be-l! friend. For it is a pleasant thing

eth upon me with his teeth; mine cometh not a fool: much less do if thou keep them within thee;

enemy sharpeneth his eyes upon they shall withal bo fitted in thyme. lying lips a prince. Prov. XXVI, 23. Burning lips and

· P3. XXXV, 16. With hypocritical 2 wicked heart are like a pot

Prov. xxill, 16. Yea, my reinsmockers in feasts, they guashed sherd covered with silver dross. shall rejoice, when thy lips speak upon me with their teeth. Isa, vi, 5. Then said, I, Woe is right things.

PS. xxxvii, 12. The wicked plotmel for I am undone; because I am Prov. xxiv. 2. 26. 28. For their teth against the just, and gnashed a man of unclean lips, and I dwellheart studieth destruction, and

upon him with his teeth. in the midst of a people of unclean their lips talk of mischiet. Every P3. cxii, 10. The wicked shall Tips: for mine eyes have seen the man shall kiss his lips that giyeth see it, and be grieved; he shall King, the LORD of hosts.

a right answer. Be not a witness gnash with his teeth, and melt

against thy neighbour without away: the desire of the wicked USED ESPECIALLY IN cause; and deceive not with thy shall perish. "PROVERBS,” TO POINT OUT lips.

Lam. il, 16. All thine enemies THE VARIETIES, DANGERS,

Prov. XXVI, 24. He that hateth have opened their mouth against

| dissembleth with his lips, and thee: they hiss and gnash the USES, VICES, AND VIRTUES

layeth up deceit within him. teeth. ..... OF HUMAN SPEECH.

Prov. xxvII, 2. Let another man Matth. viii, 12. But the children Prov. v, 2. That thou mayest praise thee, and not thine own l of the kingdom shall be cast out regard discretion, and that thy mouth; a stranger, and not thine into outer darkness: there shall ips may keep knowledge. own lips,

be weeping and gnashing of teeth.

lips.

Mark ix, 18. And wheresoever full of darkness; and they goawed more favour than he that fatter. he taketh him, he teareth him: their tongues for pain.

eth with the tongue.
and he foameth, and gnasheth
with his teeth, and pineth a way.

INSTRUMENT OF SPEECII.
OFTEN ASSOCIATED WITH
Luke xili, 28. There shall be

Ps. xii, 4. Who have said, With
| LYING AND FLATTERY, IN
weeping and gnashing of teeth,

our tongue will we prevail; our when ye shall see Abraham, and

PSALMS AND PROVERBS. I lips are our own: Who Is lord over Isaac, and Jacob, and all the | Ps. V, 9... ... They flatter us? prophets, in the kingdom of God, with their tongue

Ps. xlv, 1. My heart is inditing and you yourselves thrust out.

Ps. x, 7. His month is full of a good matter; I speak of the

cursing and deceit and fraud: un things which I have made touchTONGUE.

der his tongue is mischief anding the king: my tongue is the Josh. x, 21. And all the people / vanity. .

pen of a ready writer. returned to the camp to Joshua P3. xv. 3. He that backbiteth not Ps. lxxiii. 9. They set their att Nakkedah in peace: none with his tongue, nor doeth evil to mouth against the heavens, and inoved his tongue against any of his neighbour, nor taketh up atheir tongue walketh through the the children of Israel.

reproach against his neighbour. earth. Mark vii, 33, 35. And he took him Ps. xxxiv, 13. Keep thy tonguel PS. CXxvi, 2. Then was our aside from the multitude, and put from evil, and thy lips from speak | mouth filled with laughter, and bis fingers into his ears, and he ing guile.

our tongue with singing then said spit. and touched his tongue. Ps. xxxvii. 30. The mouth of the

they among the heathen, The And straightway his ears were the richte the righteous speaketh wisdom,

LORD hath done great things for opened, and the string of his and his tongue talketh of judg

them. tongue was loosed, and he spake ment.

Ps. cxxxvII. 6. If I do not replain.

Pe I 19 Thon o vest thy mouth member thee, let my tongue Luke 1. 64. And his month was to evil, and thy tongue frameth

cleave to the roof of my mouth; opened immediately, and his deceit.

if I prefer not Jerusalem above tongue loosed, and he spake, and

my chief joy. praised God.

Ps. lil, 2. Thy tongue deviseth mischiefs; like a sharp razor,

Ps. cxxxix, 4. For there is not a Acts il, 3, 4. And there appear- working deceitfully.

word in my tongue, but, lo, O ed unto them cloven tongues like

LORD, thou knowest it altogether.

P3. cix, 2. For the mouth of the as of fire, and it sat upon each of wicked and the mouth of the de

Isa, xxxii, 4. The heart also of them. And they were all filled ceitful are opened against me:

the rash shall understand knowwith the Holy Ghost, and began

ledge, and the tongue of the stamthey have spoken against me with to speak with other tongues, as a lying tongue.

merers shall be ready to speak the Spirit gave them utterance.

plainly. Ps. cxx, 3. What shall be given

Isa, Ivii, 4. Against whom do ye Job v. 21. Thou shalt be hid unto thee? or what shall be done

sport yourselves? against whom from the scourge of the tongue: | unto thee, thou false tongue?

make ye a wice mouth, and draw neither shalt thou be afraid of de

Prov. vi. 17. A proud look, al out the tongue? are ye not chilstruction when it cometh.

lying tongue, and hands that shed dren of transgression, a seed of Job xxix, 10. The nobles held innocent blood.

falsehood. their peace, and their tongue

Prov. x, 31. The mouth of the Jer. xviii, 18. Then said they, cleaved to the roof of their mouth.

just bringeth forth wisdom; but Come, and let us devise devices Lam, iv, 4. The tongue of the

the froward tongue shall be cut against Jeremiah. ..... Coine, sucking child cleaveth to the roof out.

and let us smite him with the of his mouth for thirst......

Prov. xil, 19. 20. The llp of truth

tongue, and let us not give heed Luke xvi. 24. And he cried and shall be establisbed for ever: but

to any of his words. said, F. ther Abraham, have

a lying tongue is but for a mo | Acts ii, 11. Cretes and Arabians, mercy on me, and send Lazarus, ment. Deceit is in the heart of we do near when Speilk 11 Our that he may dip the tip of his fin.

them that imagine evil: but to the tongues the wonderful works of ger in water, and cool my tongue; counsellors of peace is joy.

God. for I am tormented in this flame.

Prov. xv, 4, 20. A wicked doer James 1, 26. If any man among giveth heed to false lips; and a

THROAT. you seem to be religious, and

liar giveth ear to a naughty P3. Ixix, 3. I am weary of my bridleth not his tongue, but de

tongue. He that hath a froward I crying: my throat is dried: mine ceiveth his own heart, this man's

heart findeth no good: and he eyes fail while I wait for my God, religion is vain.

that hath a perverse tongue fall- PS. CXV, 7. .... Neither speak James iii, 5, 6, 8. Even so the leth into mischief,

they through their throat. tongue is a little member, and

| Prov. xxi, 6. The getting of Prov. xxiii, 2. And put a knife boasteth great things. Behold,

treasures by a lying tongue is a to thy throat, if thou be a man how great a matter a little fire vanity tossed to and fro of them given to appetite. kindletli! And the tongue is a that seek death.

Malth. xviii, 28. But the same fire, a world of iniquity: so is the tongue among our members, that

Prov. xxv, 23. The north wind servant went out, and found one it defileth the whole body, and

driveth away rain; So doth an of his fellowservants, which owed setteth on fire the course of neangry countenance a backbiting him an hundred pence: and le

laid hands on him, and took him ture; and it is set on fire of hell.

tongue.
w1ue.
Prov. xxvi, 28. A lying tongue

by the throat, saying, Pay mo But the tongue can no man tame; it is an unruly evil full of deadly hateth those that are afllicted by

that thou owest. poison.

it; and a flattering mouth worketh Rev. xvi, 10. And the fifth angel ruin.

Ps. V, 9..... Their throat is poured out his vial upon the seat Prov. xxviil, 23. He that rebuk- an open sepulchre. of the beast; and his kingdom was I eth a man afterwards shall findl Jer. ii 25. Withhold thy foot

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from being unshod, and thy throat' Cant. i, 10. Thy cheeks are iah the prophet took the yoke from, thirst: but thou saidst, comely with rows of jewels, thy from off the prophet Jeremiah's There is no hope: no; for I have neck with chains of gold.

neck, and brake it. For thus loved strangers, and after them

saith the LORD of hosts, the God

Çant. iv, 4. Thy neck is like will I go.

of Israel; I have put a yoke of iron the tower of David builded for

upon the neck of all these nations, an armoury, whereon there hang a thousand bucklers, all shields of

that they may serve Nebuchad. NECK.

nezzar king of Babylon; and they Gen. xxvii, 16. And she put the mighty men.

shall serve him: and I have given skins of the kids of the goats upon Çant. iv, 9. Thou hast ravished

him the beasts of the field also. his hands, and upon the smooth of my heart, my sister, my spouse;

Jer. XXX, 8. For it shall come to his neck, thou hast ravished my heart with

I pass in that day, saith the LORD of 1 Sam. iv, 18. And it came to 10

one of thine eyes, with one chain
of thy neck,

hosts, that I will break his yoke pass, when he made mention of

from off thy neck, and will burst the ark of God, that he fell from

thy bonds, and strangers shall no off the seat backward by the side SEAT OF YOKE AND SYM.

more serve themselves of him. of the gate, and his neck brake,

BOL OF SUBJUGATION. Lam. v. 6. Our necks are under and he died; for he was an old

Gen. xlix, 8. Judab, thou art he | persecution: we labour, and havo man, and heavy: and he had | judged Israel forty years.

whom thy brethren shall praise: no rest.
thy hand shall be in the neck of Acts xv, 10. Now therefore why
thino enemies; thy father's chil.tempt ye God, to put a yoke upon

dren shall bow down before the neck of tho disciples, which Neh. lil, 5. ....... But their thee.

neither our fathers nor we were nobles put not their necks to the work of their Lord.

Deut. xxviii, 48. ..... And be able to bear? shall put a yoke of iron upon thy

shall put a yoke Isa, iii, 16. Moreover the

Moreover the LORD neck, until he have destroyed ( PORTION OF BODY CLASPED saith, Because the daughters of thee. Zion are haughty, and walk with

IN JOY OR GRIEF. Josh. x. 24. And it came to pass, stretched forth necks and wanton

Gen, xxxili, 4. And Esau ran to when they brought out those eyes...

meet him, and embraced him, and kings unito Joshua, that Joshua Matth. xviii. 6. But whoso shall

b
u ona, Joshua | fell on his neck, and

fell on his neck, and kissed him: called for all the men of Israel, and they offend one of these little ones

and they wept. and said unto the captains of the which believe in me, it were better men of war which went with him,

Gen, xlv. 14. And he fell upon for him that a millstone were Come near, put your feet upon

his brother Benjamin's neck, and hanged about his neck, and that the necks of these kings. And

wept; and Benjamin wept upon he were drowned in the depth of they came near, and put their

his neck. the sea. feet upon the necks of them.

Gen. xlvi, 29. And Joseph made Micah 11. 3. Therefore thus

ready his chariot, and went up to saith the LORD; Behold, against

2 Sam. xxii, 41. Thou hast also |

meet Israel his father, to Goshen. this family do I devise an evil, I given me the necks of mine ene

and presented himself unto him; mies, that I might destroy them from which ye shall not remove

and he fell on his neck, and wept that hate me. your necks.....

ou his neck a good while.

Isa. x, 27. And it shall como to Rom. XVI, 4. Who have for my pass in that day, that his burden

Luke xv. 20. And he arose, and life laid down their own necks: shall be taken away from off thy |

came to his father. But when he unto whom not only I give

was yet a great way off, his father shoulder, and his yoke from off thanks, but also all the churches

saw him, and had compassion, and thy neck, and the yoke shall be of the Gentiles. destroyed because of the anoint

ran, and fell on his neck, and

kissed him. Ing. ADORNED WITH ORNAMENT. Isa. lil, 2. Shake thyself from

Acts xx, 37. And they all wept

sore, and fell on Paul's neck, and Gen. xli, 42. And Pharaoh took the dust; arise, and sit down, O

kissed him. off his ring from his hand, and

Jerusalem: loose thyself from the put it upon Joseph's hand, and

bands of thy neck, 0 captive arrayed him in vestures of fine daughter of Zion.

HARD OR STIFF NECK, linen, and put a gold chain about

Jer. xxvii, 2, 8. 12. Thus saith

THE COMMON SYMBOL OF his neck. the LORD to me; Make thee bonds

OBSTINACY. Judges v 80. Have they not and yokes, and put them upon 1 Ecod. xxxii, 9. And the LORD sped? have they not divided the thy neck. And it shall come to said unto M prey; to every man a damsel or

I pass, that the nation and kingdom people, and, behold, it is a still two; to Sisert a prey of divers

which will not serve the same uecked people. colours, a prey of divers colours

Nebuchadnezzar the king of Erod. xxxiii. 3. 4. 5. Unto a land of needlework, of divers colours Babylon, and that will not put

flowing with milk and honey: for of needlework on both sides, their neck under the yoke of the

I will not go up in the midst of mect for the necks of them that king of Babylon, that nation will

thee; for thou art a stiff-necked take the spoil? I punish, saith the LORD, with the

people: lest I consume thee in sword, and with the famine, and Prov. 1, 9. For they shall be an

the way. And when the people with the pestilence, until I have ornament of grace unto thy head,

heard these evil tidings, they

mourned, and no man did put on and chains about thy neck.

apake also to Zedekiah king of him his ornaments. For the LORD Prov. iii, 3. 22. Let not mercy Judah according to all these

had said unto Moses, Say unto the and truth forsake thee: bind them words, saying, Bring your necks

children of Israel, Ye are a stifl. about thy neck; write them upon under the yoke of the king of

necked people: I will come up tlie table of thine heart. So shall |Babylon, and serve him and his

into the midst of thee in a mothey be life unto thy soul, and people, and live.

ment, and consume thee: theregrace to thy neck,

Jer. xxviii, 10, 14. Then Hanan- l foro now put off thy ornaments

of Nahor, Abra.I thasXIV, 25. That I will

ham's brother

from thee, that I may know what, Gen. xxi, 14. And Abraham | the yoke of his burden, and the to do unto thee.

rose up early in the morning, and staff of his shoulder, the rod of his Exod. xxxiv. 9. And he said, I took bread, and a bottle of water, oppressor, as in the day of Mídian. DOW I have found grace in thy and gave it unto Hagar, putting

Isa, xi, 14. But they shall fly sight. O LORD. let my Lord. I pray it on her shoulder, and the child,

upon the shoulders of the Philisthee, go among us; for it is a stiff and sent her away: and she de

tines toward the west; they shall necked people; and pardon our parted, and wandered in the wil

spoil them of the east together; iniquity and our sin, and take us derness of Beer-sheba,

they shall lay their hand upon for thine inheritance.

Gen. xxiv. 15. And it came to Edom and Moab: and the children Dert. xxxi. 27. For I know thy / pass, before he had done speaking. I of Ammon rebellion, and thy stiff neck: be that, behold, Rebekah came out. hold. while I am vet alive with who was born to Bethuel, son of 150. XIV, 25. TOU I will break yon this day, ye have been re- Milcah, the wife of Nahor, Abra- | the Assyrian in my land, and upon bellious against the LOBd; and ham's brother, with her pitcher my mountains tread him under how much more after my death. upon her shoulder.

foot: then shall his yoke depart Exod. xli, 34. And the people

from off them, and his burden de2 Kings xvii, 14. Notwithstand

| part from off their shoulders. took their dough before it was ing they would not hear, but

leavened, their kneading-troughs | Ezek. xii, 6. 7. 12. In their sight hardened their necks, like to the neck of their fathers, that did not

being bound up in their clothes shalt thou bear it upon thy shoulbelieve in the LORD their God. upon their shoulders.

ders, and carry it forth in the Num. vii, 9. But unto the song

twilight: thou shalt cover thy 2 Chron. XXX, 8. Now be ye not stiffnecked, as your fathers were,

of Kohath he gave none; because face, that thou see not the ground: I the service of the sanctuary be

for I have set thee for a sign unto but yield yourselves unto the LORD, and enter into his sanctuary,

the house of Israel. And I did so longing unto them was that they which he bath sanctified for ever: should bear upon their shoulders. as I was commanded: I bronght

forth my stuff by day, as stufr for and serve the LORD your God,

Josh. iv, 6. And Joshua said

captivity, and in the even I dig that the fierceness of his wrath unto them, Pass over before the

ed through the wall with mine may turn away from you. ark of the LORD your God into

hand; I brought it forth in the the midst of Jordan, and take you 2 Chron. Xxxvi. 13. And he also

twilight, and I bare it upon my up every man of you a stone upon rebelled against king Nebuchad

shoulder in their sight. And the nezzar, who had made him swear his shoulder, according unto the

prince that is among them shall by God: but he stiffened his neck, number of the tribes of the chil

bear upon his shoulder in the dren of Israel. and hardened his heart from

twilight, and shall go forth; they turning unto the LORD God of

shall dig through the wall to Israel. gat him up to mount Zalmon, he

carry out thereby: he shall cover Ps. lxxv, 5. Lift not up your

and all the people that were with his face, that he see not the horn on high: speak not with a him; and Abimelech took an axe

ground with his eyes. in bis hand, and cut down a bough stiff neck.

Zech. vii, 11. But they refused from the trees, and took it, and Prov. xxix. 1. He, that being laid it on his shoulder, and said

to hearken, and pulled away the often reproved hardeneth his int A nis unto the people that were with

shoulder, and stopped their ears, neck, shall suddenly be destroyed, him. What ye have seen me do, 1

that they should not hear. and that without remedy.

make haste, and do as I have Matth. xxiii, 4. For they bind Jer. vii, 26. Yet they hearkened done.

heavy burdens and grievous to not unto me, nor inclined their

be borne, and lay them on men's ear, but hardened their neck: they

Gen. xlix, 15. And he saw that

shoulders; but they themselves did worse than their fathers. rest was good, and the land that

will not move them with one of Jer. xix, 15. Thus saith the it was pleasant and bowed his

their fingers. LORD of hosts, the God of Israel;

shoulder to bear, and became a Luke xv. 5. And when he hath Behold, I will bring upon this servant unto tribute.

found it, he layeth it on his shoulcity and upon all her towns all

2 Chron. XXXV, 3. And said unto ders, rejoicing, the evil that I have pronounced against it, because they have

the Levites that taught all Israel,

which were holy anto the LORD, hardened their necks, that they

AND ALSO BADGES OF Put the holy ark in the house might not hear my words. which Solomon the son of David

HONOUR. king of Israel did build; it shall 1 Exod. xxviii, 7, 12. It shall have SHOULDER

not be a burden upon your shoul- the two shoulder pieces thereof Deut. xxxiii, 12. And of Ben. ders: serve now the LORD your joined at the two edges thereof;

and so it shall be joined together. jamin he said. The beloved of the God, and his people Israel.

And thou shalt put the two stones him; and the LORD shall cover against them, that thou mightest 1

upon the shoulders of the ephod him all the day long, and he shall

for stones of memorial into thie bring them again unto thy law:

children of Israel: and Aaron shall dwell between his shoulders. yet they dealt proudly, and heark

bear their names before the LORD Ezek. xxix, 7. When they took ened not unto thy commandments,

s, upon his two shoulders for a mehold of thee by thy hand, thou but sinned against thy judgments,

morial. didst break, and rend all' their (which if a man do, he shall live shoulders. .

Job xxxi, 36. Surely I would . . . in

the them;) and withdrew . . shoulder, and hardened their take it upon my shoulder, and

bind it as a crown to me. BURDENS BORNE UPON IT. | neck, and would not hear.

Ps. lxxxi. 6. I removed his Isa, ix, 6. For unto us a child 18 Gen. ix, 23 And Shem and Japheth took a garment, and

shoulder from the burden: his born, unto us a son is given: and laid it upon both their shoulders, hands were delivered from the the government shall be upon his

shoulder...... and went backward, and covered pots. the nakedness of their father .. Isa. ix, 4. For thou hast broken Isa. xxli, 22. And the key of the

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house of David will I lay upon his Job xxvi, 2. How hast thou agreement: but she shall not reshoulder; so he shall open, and helped him that is without power? tain the power of the arm; neither none shall shut; and he shall shut, I how sa vest thou the arm that hath shall he stand, nor his arm..... and none shall open,

Do strength?
Job xxxv, 9. By reason of the

HAND.
ARM.
multitude of oppressions they

Gen. xix, 16. And while he lingJudges xvi, 12. Delllah there. make the oppressed to cry: they

ered, the men laid hold upon his fore took new ropes, and bound cry out by reason of the arm of

hand, and upon the hand of his him therewith, and said unto him, the mighty.

wife, and upon the hand of his two The Philistines be upon thee, Job xxxviii, 15. And from the daughters; the LORD being merciSamson. And there were liers in wicked their light is withholden, ful unto him; and they brought walt abiding in the chamber. and the high arm shall be broken. him forth and set him without And he brake them from off his

Job xl. 9. Hast thou an arm like the city. arms like a thread.

God? or canst thou thunder with Gen. xxvil, 22, 23. And Jacob 2 Sam. 1. 10. So I stood upon a voice like him?

went near unto Isaac his father; him, and slew him, because I was

and he felt him, and said, The sure that he could not live after Ps. X, 15. Break thou the arm

voice is Jacob's voice, bnt the that he was fallen: and I took the of the wicked and the evil man: crown that 2008 upon his hend seek out his wickedness till thou

hands are the hands of Esau. And

he discerned him not, because his and the bracelet that was on his nad none.

hands were hairy, as his brother arm. and have brought them Ps. xxxvii, 17. For the arms of

Esau's hands: so he blessed him. hither unto my lord.

the wicked shall be broken: but Dan. ii. 32. This image's head the LORD upholden

the LORD upholdeth the righte 1 Ecod. iv, 4. And the LORD said toas of fine gold, his breast and ous.

unto Moses, Put forth thine hand, his arms of silver.....

Ps. xliv, 3. For they got not the

and take it by the tail. And he

put forth his hand, and caught it, Mark ix, 36. And he took a land in possession by their own child, and set him in the midst of sword, neither did their own arm

and it became a rod in his hand. them; and when he had taken

save them: but thy right hand, I Exod. xvii. 11. 12. And it came him in his arms, he said unto them.

and thino arm, and the light of to pass, when Moses held up his

thy countenance, because thou l band, that Israel prevailed: and Luke ii, 28. Then took he him up in his arms, and blessed God, hadst a favour unto them.

when he let down his hand, Amaand said.

Isa. xxxiii, 2. O LORD, bo graci

lek prevailed. But Moses' hands ous unto us; we have waited for

were heavy; and they took a stone, 2 Sam. xxii, 35. He teacheth my

and put it under him, and he sat thee: be thou their arm every hands to war, so that a bow of morning, our salvation also in the

thereon; and Aaron and Hur steel is broken by mine arms. time of trouble.

stayed up his hands, the one on

the one side, and the other on the Jer. xvii. 5. Thus saith the

other side; and his hands were Job xxxl, 22. Then let mine LORD; Cursed be the man that

steady until the going down of arm fall from my shoulder blade, trusteth in man, and maketh flesh

the sun. and mine arm be broken from his arm, and whose heart departthe bone. eth from the LORD.

1 Sam. xiv, 13. And Jonathan Cant. viii. 6. Set me as a seal! Ezek. XXX. 21. 22. 24. 25. Son of

climbed up upon his hands and

upon his feet, and his armourupon thine heart, as a seal upon man. I have broken the arm of

bearer after him: and they fell thine arm: for love is strong as Pharaoh king of Egypt; and, lo,

before Jonathan; and his armourdeath. ..... it shall not be bound up to b

bearer slew after him. healed, to put a roller to bind it, on the right hand and be hungry; to make it strong to hold the L 1 Kings xviii, 44. And it came and he shall eat on the left hand,

sword. Therefore thus saith the to pass at the seventh time, that and they shall not be satisfied:

Lord God, Behold, I am against he said, Behold, there ariseth a they shall eat every man the flesh Pharaoh king of Egypt, and will little cloud out of the sea, like & of his own arm.

break his arms, the strong, and man's hand. .....

that which was broken; and I Isa. xliv, 12. The smith with the

2 Kings vii, 2. Then a lord on will cause the sword to fall out tongs both worketh in the coals,

whose hand the king leaned of his hand. And I will strengthand fashioneth it with hammers.

answered the man of God, and and worketh it with the strength en the arms of the king of Baby

said, Behold, if the LORD would of his arms..... lon, and put my sword in his

make windows in heaven, might hand: but I will break Pharaoh's Hosea xi, 3. I taught Ephraim

this thing be? And he said, Bearms, and he shall groan before also to go, taking them by their him

hold, thou shalt see it with thine

with the groanings of & arms; but they knew not that I deadly wounded man. But I will

eyes, but shalt not eat thereof. healed them.

strengthen the arms of the king | Eccles. iv, 5. The fool foldeth

of Babylon, and the arms of Pha his hands together, and eateth his NATURAL SYMBOL OF raoh shall fall down. ...... own flesh. STRENGTH. Ezek. xxxi, 17. They also went

Mark iii, 1. And he entered 2 Chron. xxxii, 8. With him 18 down into hell with him unto

again into the synagogue; and an arm of flesh; but with us is the them that be slain with the sword;

there was a man there which had LORD our God to help us, and to and they that were his arm, that

a withered hand. fight our battles. And the people dwelt under his shadow in the Mark xiy, 58. We beard him rested themselves upon the words | midst of the heathen.

say, I will destroy this temple of Hezekiah king of Judah.

Dan. xi, 6. And in the end of

that is made with hands, and Job xxii, 9. Thou hast sent I years they shall join themselves

within three days I will build widows away empty. and the I together for the king's daughter another made without hands. arms of the fatherless have been of the south shall come to the Luke vi, 1. And it came to pass broken.

I king of the north to make an on the second sabbath after the

Isa, ix, 20. And he shahungry: to make herefore thus saith the

Vaald. Behold, there a

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