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are not threshed with a threshing basin; and none of you shall go had commanded the clouds from instrument, neither is a cart wheel out at the door of his house until above, and opened the doors 0! turned about upon the cummin; the inorning.

heaven, And had rained down but the fitches are beaten out with

manna upon them to eat, and had a staff, and the cummin with a . REEDS AND FLAGS. given them of the corn of heaven. rod.

Job vill. 21. 12. Can ihe rush Man did eat angels' food; be sent GOURDS.

grow up without mire? can the them meat to the fall, Jonah iv, 6. 10. And the LORD flag grow without water? Whilst Mark xiv, 25. Verily I say unto God prepared a gourd, and made it is yet in his greenness, and not you, I will drink no more of the it to come up over Jonah, that it cut down, it withereth before any fruit of the vine, until that day might be a shadow over his head, other herb.

that I drink it new in the kingdom to deliver him from his griet. Sol Tea. xix. 7. The paper reeds by OI 10. Jonah was exceeding glad of the the brooks, by the mouth of thel Luke xiv, 15. And when one of gourd. Then said the LORD, Thou brooks, and every thing SOwn by them that sat at meat with him hast had pity on the gourd, for the brooks shall wither, be driven heard these things, he said unto the which thou hast not laboured, away and be no more.

him, Blessed is he that shall eat reither madest it grow; which came up in a night, and perished

| Luke vii, 24. And when the bread in the kingdom of God.

messengers of John were departed, In a night.

Rev. ii. 17. He that hath an ear, be began to speak unto the people let him hear what the Spirit saith

concerning John, What went ye HYSSOP.

nat went ye unto the churches; To him that

out into the wilderness for to see?! Exod. xil, 22. And ye shall tako A reed shaken with the wind?

overcometh wilt 1 give to eat of

the bidden manna, and will give a bunch of byggp, and dip it in

MIRACULOUS PRODUCTS him the blood that is in the basin, 'and

a white stone, and in tho.

stone a new name written, which strike the lintel and the two sidlo AND SPIRITUAL SYMBOLS posts with the blood that is in thol P8. lxxviii, 23-25. Though ho receiveth it.

no man knoweth saving ho that 719

VISIONS AND DREAMS.

red unto the in a vision by the al of the cap,

VISIONSA MODE OF the word of the Lond came into thereof: an image 10028 before mine DIVINE REVELATION. Abram in a vision, sayinx, Fear eyes; there was silence, and I

not, Abram: I am thy shield, and heard & voice. Num xii, 6. And he said, Hear

thy exceeding great reward. now my words: If there be a pro

JSAIAF. phet among you, I the LORD will

JACOB.

Isa. VI, 1. In the year that kins make mysell known unto him in a vision, and will speak unto him

Gen. xlvi. 2. And God spake Uzziah died I saw also the Lord in a dream.

unto Israel in the visions of the sitting upon a throne, high and

night, and sald, Jacob, Jacob. lifted up, and his train filled the 1 Sam. III. 1. And the child And he said. Here am I.

temple. Samuel ministered unto the LORD before Eli. And the word of the

EZEKIEL

MOSES. LORD was precious in those days:

Ezek. 1, 4. And I looked, and. there was no open vision.

Erod. Mi, 2. And the Angel of

belrold, a whirlwind carne out of the Lord appeared onto bin in a 2 Chron. XXVI, 5. And he

the north, a great cloud, and a flame of fire out of the midst of a sought Gori in the days of Zech

fire infolding itself, and a bright| bush: and he looked, and, behold, arialı, who had understanding in

ness icas about it, and out of the the bush burned with fire, and the visions of God: and as long as

midst thereof as the colour of the bush was not consumed, he sought the LORD, God made

amber, out of the iniust of the

Deut. xxxiv, 10-12. And there fire. him to prosper.

arose not a prophet since in Israel Ps. Ixxxix. 19. Then thou like unto Moses. whom the LORD

Ezek. viii, 4. And, behold, the spakest in vision to thy holy knew face to face; In all the signs

glory of the God of Israr gras one...

there, according to the viziun that and the wonders which the LORD Prov. xxix, 18. Where there is sent him to do in the land of

I saw in the plain, no vision, the people perish: but Egypt, to Pharaoh, and to all bis! Ezel. x, 1. Then I looked, and be that keepeth the law, happy is servants, and to all his land. And behold, in the firinament that 013 be.

in all that mighty hand and in above the head of the cherubim Jer. xiv, 14. Then the LORD all the great terror which Moses there appeared over them as it

were a sapphire stone, as the Bald unto me, The prophets pro-shewed in the sigut of all Israel.

appearance of the likeness of a pliesy lies in my name: I sent them not, neither have I com

SAMUEL.

throne. manded them, neither spike unto * 1 Sam. ill. 1. 4. 7. 15. And the Euck, xi, 24, 25. Afterwards the them: they prophesy onto you a child Samuel ministered unto the spirit took me up, and brought me false vision and divination, and a Lond before Eli. And the word in 4 Vision by the Spirit of God thing of nought, and the deceit of of the LORD was precious in those into Chaldea, to them of the captheir heart.

days: there was no open vision. livity: so the vision that I had Jer. xxiii, 16. Thus saith the The LORD called Samuel: and he seen went up from me. Then I LORD of hosts, Hearken not into

answered, Here am I. Now spake unto them of the captivity the words of the prophets that Samuel did not yet know the

I all the things that the LORD lad prophesy unto you: they make LORD, neither was the word of the showed me. you vain: they speak a vision of LORD yet revealed unto him. (See under IDOLATRY their own heart, and not out of And Samuel lay until the morn

AND SPIRITS.) the mouth of the LORD.

ing, and opened the doors of the Dan. i, 17. As for these four

house of the LORD. And Samuel

feared to show Eli the vision. children, God gave them know

NEBUCITADXEZZAB.

Dan. ii, 28. But there is a God in ledge and skill in all learning and wisdom: and Daniel had under

heaven that revealeth secrets, and NATHAN

maketh known to the standing

king in

2 Sam, vil, 4, 17. And it came to all visions and

Nebuchadnezzar what shall be in dreams.

' pass that night, that the word of
the Lorr came into Nathan, say-

the latter days. Thy dream, and Hosea sil, 10. I have also ing, According to all these words,

the visions of thy bead upon thy spoken by the prophets, and I and according to all this vision, so

bed, are these. have multiplied visions, and used did Nathan speak unto David.

Dan. iv, 5. I saw a dream similitudes, by the ministry of the

| which made me afraid, and the propliets,

ELIPHAZ.

thoughts npon my bed, and the Hab. ii, 2. And the LORD an

Job iv, 12-16. Now a thing was

visions of my head, troubled me. swered me, and said, Write the

secretly brougut to me, and mine vision, and make it plain upon ear received a little thereof. In

DANIEL tables, that he may run that thoughts from the visions of the

Dan. il, 19. Then was the secret readeth it.

night when deep sleev falleth on revealed unto Daniel in a night

men, Fear came upon ine, and vision. Then Daniel blessed the VISIONS MENTIONED IN trembling, which made all my

God of heaven,
SCRIPTURE.

bones to shake. Then a spirit Dan. vil, 1. In the first year of

passed before my face, the hair of Belshazzar king of TO ABRAHAM.

Babylon. my flesh stood up: It stood still, Daniel had a dream, and visions Gen. xv, 1. After these things, but I could not discern the form of his head upon his berl; then bo

And the wider. (Whether

wrote the dream, and told tho them in the head, all of them; and tinne & short space. And the bum of the matters.

I will slay the last of them with best that was and is not, even Dan yli 28. Hitherto is the the sword: be that fleeth of them he is the eighth and is of the end of the matter. As for me

Bhall not flee away; and he that seven, and goeth into perdition, Daniel, my cogitations much

escapeth of them shall not be de- And the ten horng which thou troubled me, and my countenance livered.

sa west are ten kings, which have changed in me: but I kept the

received no kingdoin ag yet; but matter in my heart.

(ZECHARIAH, See under receive pwer as kings one honr PARABLES AND EMBLE

with the beast. These have one Dan. viii, 1, 2.8.9 15, 16 26 27.

mind, and shall give their power In the third year of the reign of

ANANIAS.

and strength unto the beast, king Belshazzar a vision appeared Acts ix, 10. And there was a These shall make war with the

Daniel,after certain disciple at Damascng. Lamb, and the Lamb shall overthatwhich appeared onto me at the named Ananias; and to hiin said come them: for he is Lord of lords. first. And I saw in a vision; and it the Lord in a vision, Ananias. and King of kings: and they that came to pass, when I saw, that I And he said, Behold, I am here, are with him are called, and was at Shushan in the palace,which Lord,

chosen, and faithful. is in the province of Elam; and I

CORNELIUS. gaw in a vision, and I was by the Acts x, 3. He saw in & vision river of Ulal. The be-goat waxed evidently about the ninth hour of

THE DISCIPLES. very great: and when he was the day an angel of God coining

Matth. xvil, 2, 3. And was transstrong, the great horn was broken; into him, and saying unto him,

figureit before them: and his face and for it came up four notable It Came up tour notable Cornelius.

did shine as the sun, and his ral. ones, toward the four winds of bea.

ment was white as the light. And, Ven. And out of one of them came

PAUL

bebold, there appeared unto therr forth a little hörn, which waxed Acts xxil. 18. And saw bim Moses and Elias talking with exceeding great, toward the south, saying unto me, Make haste, and him, and toward the east, and toward get thee quickly ogt of Jerusa | Luke ix, 82, 33. Bat Peter and the pleasant land. And it came lem: for they will not receive thy they that were with bim were to pasy, when I, eren I Daniel had I testimony concerning me.

beavy with sleep: and when they seen the vision, and sought for

2 Cor. xil, 1-4. It is not expedient

were awake, they saw his glory, the meaning, then, behold, there for me doybtless to glory: I will

and the two men that stood with stood before me as the appearcome to visions and revelations

him. And it came to pass, ug ance of a man. And I heard & of the Lord, I knew a man in

they departed from him, Peter man's voice between the banks of | Christ above fourteen years ago,

said unto Jesus, Master, it is Ulal, which called, and said, Ga whether in the body cannot good for us to be here; and let us briel, make this man to understand the vision. And the vision

| tell; or whether out of the body,

vhathar ont of the body make three tabernacles; one for I cannot tell: God knoweth;) such

thee, and one for Moses, and one of the evening and the morning

for Elias: not knowing what he an ope caught up to the third which was told is true: wherefore heaven, And I knew such a man,

said. shut thou up the vision; for it shall be for many days.And I

(whether in the body, or out of NIGHT AND SLEEP. Daniel fainted and was sick certain the body, I cannot tell: God know

1 Sam. ix, 6. And he said unto eth;) How that he was caught up days; afterward I rose up, and did

s caught up him, Behold now, there is in this the king's business; and I was into paradise, and heard unspeak

city a man of God, and he is an astonished at the vision, but none able words, which it is not lawful

honourable man, all that be saith understood it. for a man to ulter.

cometb surely to pass: now let us

go thither, peradventure he can Dan. X. 1, 7.-9. In the third

Jonn.

show us our way that we should year of Cyrus king of Persia a

Rev. vi, 1. And I saw when the go. thing was revealed unto Daniel, Lamb opened one of the seals;

Esther vi, 1. On that night could whose name was called Belte

and I heard as it were the noise shazzar; and the thing was true,

got the king sleey; and he comof thunder, one of the fonr beusts

manded to bring the book of rebot the time appointed rons long:

saying, Come and see. and he understood the thing, and

cords of the Chronicles, and they had understanding of the vision,

| Rev. xvil, 7-14. And the angel were read before the king.
said unto me. Wberefore didst | Pe un

lala ma down a And I Daniel alone saw the vision: for the men that were with me thou marvel? I will tell thee the

slept, I awaked; for the Lord sus 8a w not the vision; but a great | mystery of the woman, and of the

tained me. quaking fell upon them, so that beast that carrieth her, which

Ps. Iv. 8. I will both lay me hath the seven beads and ten they fled to hide themselves.

down in peace, and sleep: for thou, horps. The beast inat thou saw. Therefore I was left alone, and est was, and is not; and shall

Lord, only makest me dwell in saw this great vision, and there

ascend out of the bottomless pit, remained no strength in me: for

and go into perdition: and they Ps. Ixxvi, 5. The stout-hearted my comeliness was turned in me into corruption, and I retained no

that dwell on the earth shall are spoiled, they have slept their strength. Yet beard I the voice

wonder, (whose names were not sleep; and none of the men of

written in the book of life from | might have found their hands. of his words; and when I heard the voice of his words, then was I

the foundation of the world.) when

We Prov. III. 24. When thou llest in a deep sleep on my face, and they bebold the beast that was,

down, thou shalt not be afraid; and is not, and yet is. And here my face toward the ground.

yea, thou shalt lie down, and thy is the mind which hath wisdom.

sleep shall be sweet.
The seven heads are seven moun-
Ayos.
tains, on which the woman sitteth.

Prov. iv, 16 For they sleep not Amos ix, 1. I saw the LORD And there are seven klogs: five

I except they bave done mischiet: standing upon the altar, and be are falles, and one is, and the

and their sleep is taken away uuBull, Smite tbe lintel of the door, other is not yet come; and

less they cause some to fall. luat the posts way shake: and cut when he cometh, he must con- ! Eccles. V, 12. The sleep of a

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and I retalnewice wollten' in the

about the city.I will seek bid dreameth, and he and his soul is and corrup! words to be changed:

Eccles. v, 3. 7. For & dream shall be mado a donghin: But u lahouring man is sweet, whether b eat little or muh: but the cometh through the multitude of ye shew the dream, and the inabundance of the riou will not business; and a fool's voice is terpretation thereof, ye shall resuffer him to sleep.

known by multitude of words.ceive of me gifts and rewards, and

For in the multitude of dreams great honour; therefore shew me Cant. ii, 7. I charge you, O

and many words there are also the dream, and the interpretation daughters of Jerusalem, by the

divers vanities: but fear thou thereof. They answered again, roes, and by the binds of the field, God.

and said, Let the king tell his that that ye stir not up, nor a wake my love, till he please.

18a. xxix. 7. 8. And the multi- servants the dream, and we will tude of all the nations that yht

shew the interpretation of it. Cant lii, 1, 2. By night on my

against Ariel, even all that Ight! The king answered and sai 1. I bed I sought him whom my soul

against her and her munition, and know or certainty icat ye loveth: I souglit him, but I found that distress her, sliall be as a

gain the time, because ye see the him bot. I will rise now, and go dream of a night-vision. It shall

thing is gone from me. But if ye even be as when an hungry man

will not make knowrupto me tho dreameth, and, behold, he eateth; !

dream, there is buttone decree for whom my soul loveth: I sought

but he awaketh, and his soul is you; for ye have prepared Iring him, but I found him not.

empty: or as when a thirsty man and corrupt words to speak brlore Cant. viii, 4. I charge yon, O

dreameth, and, behold, he drink

ahold he drink.me, till the time be changed: daughters of Jerusalem, that ye leth: but be awaketh and, behold. I

rusurem, tu yuleth: but he awaketh, and, behold. I Werefore tell me the dream, and stir not up, nor awako my love, he is faint, and bis soul bath

Ishall know that ye can shew mo until he please. appetito. .....

the interpretation thereof. The Jer. XXXI, 26. Upon this I

Chaldeans answered before the

king, and said, There is not a man awaked, and beheld; and my ANXIETY TO INTERPRET

upon the earth that can slew the Bleep was sweet unto me..

THEM, BUT OFTEN

king's matter: therefore there is Jer. II, 39 In their heat I will

DISAPPOINTED.

no king, lord, for ruler, that asked make their feasts, and I will make

Gen. x1, 5-8. And they dreamed

such things any magician, or them drunken, that they may rejoice, and sleep a perpetual sleep, I a dream both of them, each man astrologer, or Chaldege? And it

is a rare thing that the king te his dream in one night, each man and not wake, saith the LORD. according to the interpretation of

quireth; and there is none other Dan. vi. 19 Then the king arose his dream, the butler and the

that can shew it before the king, very early in the morning, and baker of the king of Egypt, which

| except the gods, whose dwelling went in baste unto the deu of were bound in the prison. And

is not with flesh. Fof this cause Uons. Joseph came in unto them in the

the king way angry and very Micah il, 1. Woe to them that morning, and looked upon them,

| furious and commanded to dedevise iniquity, and work evil and, bebold, they were sud. And

Sud And stroy all the wise men of Babylon. upon their bed! when the morn- he asked Pharuoh's officers, that

And the decree went forth that ing is light, they practise it, be were with him in the ward of his the wise men sliould be slain; and cause it is in the power of their lord's bouse, saying, Wherefore

they svuglit Daniel and his tellows hand.

look yo 80 sadly to-day? And] to be slain. Matth. xxvi. 43. And he came they said unto bím. We have 1 Daniel iv. 6. 7. Therefore made and found them asleep again; for dreamed & dream, and there is no I a decree to bring in all the wise their eyes were heavy.

interpreter of it. And Joseph men of Babylon before me, that

81d unto thein, Do not interpre they might make known unto me Mark xiv, 40. And when he re. tations belong to God? tell me the interpretation of the dream. turned, he found them asleep them, I pray you.

Then caine in the magicians, the agafu, (for their eyes were heavy.)

Gen. xli, 8. And it came to pass

astrologers, the Chaldeans, and the Deither wist they what to answer

soothsa yers: and I told the dream in the morning, that bis (Pharaoli's] him. spirit was troubled; and he sent

before them; but they did not 1 Thess. v, 6. 7. Therefore let and called for all the magicians

mpake known unto mo the interus pot sleep, as do others; but let of Egypt, and all the wise men

pretation thereof, Us watch and be sober. For they thereof: and Pharaoh told them that sleep sleep in the night; and

his dreams; but there was none THE TRUE INTERPRETAthey that be drunken are druuken that could interpret them unto in the night.

TION FROM GOD.
Pharaoh.

Gen, xll, 16. 16. And Pharaoh
Dantel il. 2.-13. Then the king said unto Joseph, I have dreamed
DREAMS.

conimanded to call the magicians, a dream, and there is none that NATURAL AND SUPER and the astrologers, and the sor-can interpret it: and I have heard NATURAL.

cerers, and the chaldeans, for to say of thee, that thou canst unJob vii, 13, 14. When I say, My

shew the king his dreains. So they derstand a dream to interpret it.

caine and stood before the kiug. And Joseph answered Phara ih, bed shall comfort me, my couch

And the king said unto them, I saying. It is not in me: God shall Bhall ease my complaint; Then

have dreamed a dream, and my give Pharaoh an answer of peace. thou scarest me with dreams, and

spirit was troubled to know the terrifiest me through visions.

Daniel i. 17. As for these four dream. Then spake the ChalJob xxxiii. 14-17. For God deans to the king in Syriack, O

children, God gave them knov.

ledge and skill in all learning and speaketh once, yea twice, yet man king, live for ever: tell thy ser

wisdom: and Daniel bad underperceiveth it not. In a dreani, in vants the dream, and we will a vision of the night, when deep shew the interpretation. The

standing in all visions and dreauis. sleep falleth upon men, in slumber-king answered and said to the Daniel li, 14-16, 24-30. 36. Then ings upon the bed: Then he Chaldeans, The thing is gone from Daniel answered with counsel and openett the ears of men, and seal me: if ye will not make known wisdorn to Arioch the captain of eth their instruction. That he | unto me the dream, with the in the king's guard, which was gone may withdraw man from his pur-terpretation thereof, ye shall be forth to slay the wise men of pobe, and hide pride from man. cut in pieces, and your houses | Babylon: Ho answered and said

od 19 cs, are

to Arloch the king's captain, Why thy father, made master of the reached to heaven; ard behold is the decree so hasty from the magicans, astrologers, Chaldeans, I the angels of God ascending and king? Then Arioch made the and soothsayers; Forasr ach as an descending on it. And, behold, I thing known to Daniel. Then I excellent spirit, and knowledge, I am with thee, and will keep theo Daniel went in, and desired of and understanding, interpreting in all places whither thou goest, the king that he would give bim of dreams, and shewing of hard and will bring thee again into this time, and that he would shew the sentences, and dissolving of land; for I will not leave thee, unking the interpretation. There-doubts, were found in the same til I have done that which have fore Daniel went in unto Arloch, Daniel, whom the king named spoken to thee of. whom the king had ordained to Belteshazzar: now let Daniel be Gen. xxxl, 10. 11. And it camo destroy the wise men of Baby called, and he will shew the inter- to pass at the time that the cattlo lon: be went and said thus pretation. Then was Daniell conceived that I usted on mine unto him, Destroy not the wise brought in before the king. And leves, and saw in a dream and ba. men of Babylon: bring me in be- | the king spake, and said unto hold, the rams which leaped fore the king, and I will sbew | Daniel, Art thou that Daniel, upon the cattle were ring-straked, unto the king the interpretation, which art of the children of the

speckled, and grisled. And the Then Arioch brought in Dani 1 captivity of Judah, whom the

| angel of God spake unto me in a before the king in haste, and saldking my father brought out of dream, saying. Jacob. And I said, thus unto bim, I have found a Jewry? I have even heard of Here am i. man of the captives of Judah that thee, that the spirit of the gods is will make known unto the king in thee, and that light, and under

LABAN. the interpretation. The king an standing, and excellent wisdom, is

Gen. xxxl, 24. And God came to swered and said to Daniel, whose found in thee. And I have heard

Laban the Syrian in a dream by name was Belteshazzar, Art thou of thee, that thou canst make in

night, and said unto him, Tako able to make known unto me the terpretations, and dissolve doubts:

heed that thou speak not to Jacob dream which I have seen, and the now, if thou canst read the writ

either good or bad. Interpretation thereof? Daniel an- ing, and make known to me the swered in the presence of the interpretation thereof, thou shalt

JOSEPH. king, and said, The secret which be clothed with scarlet, and have the king bath demanded cannot a chain of gold about thy neck,

Gen. xxxvii, 5-10. And Joseph

drearned a dream, and he told it the wise men, the astrologers, the and shalt be the third ruler in the

his brethren: and they hated hirn magicians, the soothsayers, shew kingdom. Then Daniel answered unto the king; But there is a God and said before the king. Let thy

1 yet the more. And he said unto in heaven that revealeth secrets, gilts be to thyself, and give thy

them, Hear, I pray you, this dream and maketh known to the king rewards to another; yet I will

which I have dreamed: For, beNebuchadnezzar what shall be in read the writing unto the king,

hold, we were binding sheaves in the latter days. Thy dream, and and make kuown to Lim the inter

the field, and, lo, my sheaf arose, the visions of thy head upon thy | pretation.

and also stood upright; and, bebed, are these; As for thee, O

hold, your sheaves stood round king, thy toughts came into thy INSTANCES IN SCRIPTURE. about, and made obeisance to my mind upon thy bed what should

sheaf. And his brethren said to ABIMELECH.

him, Shalt thou indeed reign come to pass bereafter; and he

Gen. xx.8--8. But God came to that revealeth secrets maketh

over us? or shalt thou indeed Abimelech in a dream by night, have dominion over us? known to thee what shall come to

And an i said to bim, Behold, thou art they hated him yet the more for pass. But as for me, this secret

but a dead inan, for the wornan his dreams, and for his words. is not revealed to me for any wis

wuich thou hast taken; for she is And he dreamed yet another dom that I have more than any

a man's wife. But Abimelech bad dream, and told it bis brethren, living, but for their sakes that shall make known the interpreta

not come near her: and he said, and said, Behold, I have dreamed

LORD, wilt thou slay also a righte-la dream more; and, behold, the tion to the king, and that thou

ous nation? Said he not unto me, sun, and the moon, and the eleven mish'est know the thoughts of

She is my sister? and she, even stars, made obeisance to me. And

she herself said, He is my brother. he told it to his futher, and to his and we will tell the interpretation

In the integrity of my heart, and thereof before the king.

brethren; and his father rebuked Innocency of my hands, have I him, and said unto him, What is Dan. iv. 8. 9. But at the done this. And God said unto him this dream that thou hast dreamlast Daniel came in before me. I in dream, Yea, I know that thou ed? Shall l, and thy mother, and (whose name was Belteshazzar. | didst this in the integrity of tly I thy brethren, indeed come to bow according to the name of my heart, for I also withheld thee | dowD ourselves to thee to the god, and in whom is the spirit of from sinning against me: tuerefore I earth? the holy gods) and before bim Isuffered 1 thee not to touch her. told the dream, saying. O Belte-Now therefore restore the man

THE CHIEF BUTLER. shazzır, master of the magicians, his wife; for he is a prophet, and because I know that the spirit of he shall pray for thee, and then

Gen. xl, 9.-13. And the chief the holy gods is in thee, and no shalt live: and if thou restore her

butler told his dream to Joseph, secret troubleth thee, tell me the not, know thou that thou shalt

and said to him, in my dream, bevisions of my dream that I have surely die, thou and all that are

hold, a vine ras before me; And Been, and the interpretation there I thine. Therefore Abimelech ruse

in the vine were three branches: of. early in the morning, and called

and it tcas as though it budded, all his servants, and told all these

and her blossoms sbot forth; and Dan, v, 11--14, 16, 17. There is a man in thy llogdom in whom is things in their ears; and the men

the clusters thereof brought forth the spirit of the holy gods: and, in were sore aliaid.

ripe grapes: Aud Pharaoh's cup

was in my hand: and I touk the the days of thy father, light and

grapes, and pressed them into understanding, and wisdom, like

JACOB.

Pharaoli's cup, and I gave the cup the wisdom of the gods, was found Gen. xxviii, 12, 15. Ang he Into Pharaoli's hand. And Joseph in birn; wbom the king Nebuchad- dreamed, and behold a ladder set said unto him, This is the interpezzar thy father, the king, I say, up on the earth, and the top of it pretation of it: The three branches

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