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with us, and we will serve thee. Isa, xxxvi, 2, 3, 13. 14. 16. And the shall live, and this clty shall not And Nahash the Ammonite an- king of Assyria sent Rab-shakeb be burnt with fire; and thou shalt swered them, On this condition from Lachish to Jerusalem, unto live, and thine house: But if thou will I make a covenant with you, king Hezekiah, with a great army: will not go forth to the king of that I may thrust out all your and he stood by the conduit of the Babylon's princes, then shall this right eyes, and lay it for å re-upper pool, in the highway of the city be given into the hand of the proach upon all Israel.
fuller's field. Then came forth Chaldeans, and they shall burn it 1 Sam. xxvIII, 1. And it came to
unto bim Eliakim, Hilkiab's son, with fire,and thou shalt not escape pass in those days, that the Philis
which was over the house, and out of their hond. And Zedekiah tines gathered their armies to
Shebna, the scribe, and Joah, the king said unto Jeremiah, I am gether for warfare, to fight with
Asaph's son, the recorder. Then afraid of the Jews that are fallen Israel: and Achish said unto
Rabshakeh stood, and cried with a to the Chaldeans, lest they deliver David, Know thou assuredly, that
loud voice in the Jews' language, me into their hand, and they mock thou shalt go out with me to
and said, Hear ye the words of the me. But Jeremiah said, They battle, thou and thy men.
great king, the king of Assyria. shall not deliver thee. Obey, I
Thus saith the king, Let not He-beseech thee, the voice of the 2 Sam. ii, 27. And Joab said,
zekiah deceive you; for he shall LORD, which I speak unto thee: 80 As God liveth, unless thou hadst
not be able to deliver you. Hear- it shall be well unto thee, and thy spoken, surely then in the morn
ken not to Hezekiah: for thus salth soul shall live. But if thou refuse ing the people bad gone up every
y the king of Assyria, Make an | to go forth, this is the word that one from following his brother.
agreement with me by a present, the LORD hath shewed me: And, 2 Sam. xx, 16, 17, 19, 20. Then and come out to me: and eat ye behold, all the women that are cried a wise woman out of the every one of his vine, and every | left in the king of Judah's house city, Hear, hear; say, I pray you, one of his fig tree, and drink ye shall be brought forth to the king unto Joab, Come near hither, that every one the waters of his own of Babylon's princes, and those I may speak with thee, And cistern.
women shall say, Thy friends have when he was come near unto her,
Isa. xxxvii, 11-13. Behold, tb
set thee on, and have prevailed the woman said, Art thou Joab? bast heard what the kings of As
against thee; thy feet are sunk in And he answered, I am he. Then
syria have done to all lands. by the mire, and they are turned she said unto him, Hear the words destroying them utterly, and shalt
away back. So they shall bring of thine handmaid. And he anthou be delivered? Have the gods
| out all thy wives and thy children awered, I do hear. I am one of of the nations delivered them
to the Chaldeans; and thou shalt them that are peacable and faith
which my fathers have destroyed. not escape out of their hand, but ful in Israel: thon seekest to deas Gozan, and Haran, and Rezeph,
Bhalt be taken by the hand of the stroy a city and & mother in and the children of Eden which
king of Babylon: and thou shalt Israel: why wilt thou swallow up were in Telassar? Where is the
cause this city to be burnt with the inheritance of the LORD? And king of Hamath, and the king of
fire, Joab answered and said, Far be
Arphad, and the king of the city It, far be it from me, that I should
of Sepharvaim, Hena, and Ivah? Josh. 1x, 25, 27. And now, behold. swallow up or destroy.
we are in thine hand: as it seem1 Kings xx, 2, 4. And be sent
CAPITULATION. eth good and right unto thee to do messengers to Ahab king of Israel Jer. 1. 8. 9. And onto this unto us, do. And Joshua made into the city, and said unto him, I people thou shalt say, Thus saith
them that day hewers of wood Thus saith Ben-hadad. And the
and drawers of water for the conking of Israel answered and said, I the way of life, and the way of Tuus suu Dou-uuuau, suu wo the LORD, bonoid, I set before you cracation and for the altar of the My lord, o king, according to thy death. He that abideth in this
LORD, even unto this day, in the Baying, I am thino, and all that I city shall die by the sword, and by
place which he should choose. bave.
the famine, and by the pestilence: 1 Kings XX, 34. And Ben-hadad 2 Kings xviii, 27-30. But Rab but he that goeth out, and falleth said unto him, The cities, which shakeh said unto them, Hath my to the Chaldeans that besiege you. my father took from thy father. I master sent me to thy master, and he shall live, and his life shall be wi
be shall live, and his life shall be will restore; and thou shalt mako to thee, to speak these words ? unto him for a prey.
streets for thee in Damascus, as hath he not sent me to the men
my father made in Samarla. Then
Jer. xxvii, 11-13. But the nations which sit on the wall, that they
said Ahab, I will send thee away that bring their neck under the may eat their own dung, and drink
with this covenant. So he made a yoke of the king of Babylon, and their own piss with you? Then
covenant with him, and sent him serve him, those will I let remain Rab-shakeh stood and cried with
away still in their own land, saith the a loud voice in the Jew's language, LORD; and they shall till it, and
MISCELLANEOUS. and spake, saying, Hear the word
dwell therein. Iepako also to - Gen. xlls, 7. Cursed be their of the great king, the king of As
Zedekiah king of Judah accord-anger, for it was fierce; and their syria: Thus saith the king. Let
ing to all these words, saying. wrath, for it was cruel: I will di. Dot Hezekiah deceive you; for be
Bring your necks under the yoko vide them in Jacob, and scatter sball not be able to deliver you of the king of Babylon. and serve them i Ibuel. out of bis hand: Neither let Heze
him and bis people, and live. Why 1 Sam. xxil, 2. And every one kiab make you trust in the LORD,
will yo die, thou and thy people, that was in distress, and every saying, The LORD will surely de
by the sword, by the famine, and one that was in debt, and every liver us, and this clty shall not be
by tho pestilence, as the LORD one that was discontented, gadelivered into the band of the
bath spoken against the nation | thered themselves unto him; and king of Assyria.
that will not serve the king of he became a captain over them : 2 Chron. xxxll, 18. Then they Babylon ?
and there were with him about cried with a loud voice in the Jer. xxxviii. 17-23. Then said | four hundred men. Jews' speech unto the people of Jeremiah unto Zedekiah, Thus 1 Sam. xxv, 21-24, 28. (Now Jerusalem that were on the wall, saith the LORD, tlie God of hosts, David had said, Surely in vain to affright them, and to trouble the God of Israel, If thou wilt as have I kept all that this fellow them; that they might take the suredly go forth unto the king of hath in the wilderness, so that city
| Babylon's princes, thon thy soul' nothing was missed of all that
pertained unto him; and he hath 18a. IXX, 7.9. For the Egyptians God shall give Israel: and there requited me evil for good. So and shall help in vain, and to no pur- shall not be an old man in tbine more also do God unto the ene- pose: therefore have I cried con- house for ever. And I will raise mnies of David, if I leave of all cerning this, Their strength is to me up a faithful priest, that shall that pertaineth to him, by the sit still. That this is a rebelllous do according to that which is in morning light, any that pisseth people, lying children, children mine heart and in my mind, and against the wall.) And when Abl that will not hear the law of the I will build him a sure house; and gail saw David, she hasted, and LORD.
he shall walk before mine lighted off the ass, and fell before Jer. x1, 7. I have forsaken mine
| Anointed for ever. David on her face, and bowed her honse. I have left mine heritage; IL P3. lxxvi. 4. 6. Thou art more selt to the ground, And fell at his
glorious and excellent than the feet, and said, Upon me, my lord, soul into the hand of her enemies. mountains of prey. At thy reupon me let this iniquity be; and
Jer. xxv, 13, 14, 18-20. And I will buke, O God of Jacob, both the let thine handmaid, I pray thee,
| bring upon that land all my words chariot and horse are cast into a speak in thine andience, and hear
which I have pronounced against
pronounced against dead sleep the words of thine handmaid. Il
it, even all that is written in this pray thee, forgive the trespass of
Prov. xxi. 22. A wise man scalthine handmaid: for the LORD will
eth the city of the mighty, and phesied against all the nations. certainly make my lord a sure
casteth down the strength of the For many nations and great kings house; because my lord fighteth
confidence thereof. shall serve themselves of them the battles of the LORD, and evil also: and I will recompense them
Prov. xxvii. 6. Faithful are the hath not been found in thee all according to their deeds, and
wounds of a friend: but the kisses thy days. according to the works of their
of an enemy, are deceitful. 1 Kings xvi, 21, 22. Then were own hands. To wit, Jerusalem, Cant. vi, 12, 13. Or ever I was the people of Israel divided into and the cities of Judab, and the
and the cities of Judab, and the aware, my soul made me Uke the two parts: half of the people fol-kings thereof, and the princes cbariots of Ammi-nadib. Return, lowed Tibni the son of Gipath, to thereof,to make them a desolation, return, O Sbolamite; return, remake him king; and half followed an astonishment, an bissing, and turn, that we may look upon thee. Omrl. But the people that fol- la curse; (as it is this day:) | What will yo see in the Shulamlowed Omri prevailed against the Pharaoh king of Egypt, and his ite? As it were the company of people that followed Tibni the
| servants, and his princes, and all two armies. son of Ginath : 80 Tibni died, and bis people; And all the mingled Isa. xl. 13. The envy also of Omri reigned. people, and all the kings of the
Ephraim shall depart, and the Neh. iv, 7, 8, 17, 22, 23. But it land of Uz, and all the kings of
adversaries of Judah shall be cat came to pass, that when Sanballat,
the land of the Philistines, and off: Ephraim shall not envy Judab, and Tobiah, and the Arabians, and
Ashkelon, and Azzah, and Ekron, I end Judah shall not rex Ephraim, the Ammonites, and the Ashdo
bdo and the remnant of Ashdod,
| hites, heard that the walls of
Jer. xxix, 7. And seek the peace
of the city whither I have caused Jerusalem were made up, and banan the son of Kareah, and all!
you to be carried away captives, that the breaches began to be the captains of the forces that
and pray unto the LORD for it: for stopped, then they were very were with him, all the remnant of Wroth. And conspired all of them the people whom he had recover
in the peace thereof shall ye bave
peace. together to come and to fighted from Ishmael the son of Neagainst Jerus ilem, and to binder thaniah, from Mizpah, (after that! Jer. XXX, 17, 19. For I will reit. They which builded on the he had slain Gedaliah the son of store health unto thee, and I will wall, and they that bare burdens, Ahikam,) eren mighty men of heal thee of thy wounds, saith the with those that laded, every one war, and the women, and the Lord; because they called thee an with one of his hands wrought in children, and the eunuche, whom Outcast, saying, This is Zion, the work, and with the other he had brought again from whom no inan seeketh after. hand held a weapon. Likewise Gibeon: And they departed, and | And out of them shall proceed at the same time said I unto the dwelt in the habitation of Chim- thanksgiving, and the voice of people, Let everyone with his ham, which is by Bethlehem, to them that make merry: and I will servant lodge within Jerusalem, I go to enter into Egypt, Because multiply them, and they shall not that in the night they may be á of the Chaldeans: for they were be few; I will also glorify them, guard to us, and labour on the afraid of them, because Ishmael, and they shall not be small. day. So neither I, nor my breth- the son of Nethaniah bad
the son of Nethaniah bad slain 2 Cor. x, 4-6. (For the weapons ren, nor my servants, nor the men | Gedaliah the son of Ahikam, I of our warfare are not carnal, but of the guard which followed me. I whom the king of Babylon made mighty through God to the pollnone of us put off our clothes, governor iu the land.
ing down of strong holds;) Castsaving that every one put them
ing down imaginations, and every off for washing.
1 Sam. ii, 31, 32, 35. Behold, the | bigh thing that exalteth itsell Isa. xv, 9. For the waters of days come, that I will cut off thine against the knowledge of God, Dimon shall be full of blood: for I arm, and the arm of thy father's and bringing into captivity every will bring more upon Dimon, house, that there shall not be an thought to the obedience of Jious upon him that escapeth of old man in thine house. And Christ; And having in a readi. Moab, and upon the remnant of thou shalt see an enemy in myness to revenge all disobedieuso, the land,
habitation, in all the wealth wbich | when your obedience is fuified,
that in the night throur on the afraidon of Nethaniah bao lam. I of our warfar
didst divia is this aset land, behold in my visio spake, and / Isles trest of the star 18 maderm
compassed me about: all thy! Ezek. XVI, 16, 18, 19. For thos Gen. 1, 9, 10. And God sald, Let billows and thy waves passed saith the Lord GOD, When I shall
over me. The waters compassed make thee a desolate city, like the waters under the heaven be gathered together unto one place,
me about, even to the soul: the the cities that are not inhabited; and let the dry land appear; and
depth closed me round about, the when I shall bring up the deep it was so. And God called the dry
weeds were wrapped about my upon thee, and great waters shall land Earth; and the gathering to
head. I went down to the bottoms cover theo. Tinus saith the gether of the waters called he
of the mountains; the earth with Lord God to Tyrus, Shall not Seas; and God saw that it w013
int it was her bars was about me for ever: the isles shake at the sound of good. .
yet hast thou brought up my life thy fall, when the wounded cry,
from corruption, O LORD my God. Neh. ix, 10, 11. And showedst
when the slaughter is made in
the midst of thee? Now shall the bigns and wonders upon Pharaoh,
isles tremble in the day of thy and on all his servants, and on all
Dan. vil, 2. Daniel spake, and fall; yea, the isles that are in the the people of his land; for thou
said, I saw in my vision by night, I sea shall be troubled at thy deknewest that they dealt proudly
and, behold, the four winds of the parture. against them: so didst thou get thee a name, as it is this day. heaven strove upon the great sea.
Ezek. xxviii, 8. 'They shall bring And thou didst divide the sea be Job xxvi, 5. Dead things are thee down ti the pit, and thou fore them, 80 that they went formed from under the waters, I shalt die the deaths of them that through the midst of the sea on and the inhabitants thereof. are slain in the midst of the seas. the dry land: and their persecutors Psyviu 16. He sent from above, Exele. xxxi, 16. Thus saith the thou threwest into the deeps, as a
ho took me, he drew me out of Lord God, in the day when he stone into the mighty waters. many waters.
went down to the grave I caused Job xxvi, 10. He hath compassed
a mourning: I covered the deep the waters with bounds, until the me in the lowest pit, in darkness,
for him, and I restrained the floods day and night come to an end. in the deeps. Thy wrath lieth
thereof, and the great waters were Job xxxviii, 8, 10, 11, 16. Or who hard upon me, and thou hast af.
stayed; and I caused Lebanon to shut up the sea with doors, when flicted me with all thy waves.
mourn for him, and all the trees It brake forth, as if it had issued Selah
of the field fainted for him. out of the womb? And brake up
Jer, xxxill, 22. As the host of
Rev. vill, 8, 9. And the second for it my decreed place, and seth a peace, and set heaven cannot be numbered,
angel sounded, and as it were a bars and doors, And said, Hitherneither the sand of the sea mea
great mountain burning with fire to shalt thou come, but no further, sured; so will I multiply the seed
was cast into the sea, and the and here shall thy proud waves of David my servant, and the Le
third part of the sea became blood; be stayed? Hast tbon entered into vites that minister unto me.
And the third part of the creathe springs of the sea? or hast
tures which were in the sea, and
Ps. cxxiv, 4, 5 Then the waters thou walked in the search of the
had life, died; and the third part had overwhelmed us, the stream depth?
of the ships were destroyed. had gone over our soul: Then PS. XXXII, 7. He gathereth the the proud waters had gone over | Rev. xvi. 3. And the second waters of the sea together as an our soul.
angel poured out his vial upon the heap: he layeth up the depth in
Isa. II, 14-16, 36. The captive
sea; and it became as the blood of storehouses. exile hasteneth that he may be
a dead man: and every living soul Ps. civ. 6-9. Thou coveredst it loosed, and that he should not
died in the sea. with the deepaswith agarment: the die in the pit, nor that his bread waters stood above the mountains. should fail. But I am the LORD! ALWAYS UNDER DIVINE CONTROL At thy rebuke they fled; at the I thy God, that divided the sea, 1 Job ix. 8. Which alone spread. voice of thy thunder they hasted | whose waves roared: The LORD of leth ont the henvens, and treadeth away. They go up by the moun bosts is his name. And I have
| upon the waves of the sea. tains; they go down by the valleys put my words in thy mouth, and
Job xxvi, 12. He divideth the anto the place wbich thou hast have covered thee in the shadow founded for them. Thou hast set a of mine band, that I may plant ;
sea with his power, and by his bound that they may not pass the heavens, and lay the founda
understanding he smiteth througb over; that they turn not again to tlons of the earth, and say unto
the proud. cover the earth. Zion, Thou art my people.
P8. Ixv,5,7. By terrible thing! Isa. v, 30. And in that day they Jer. 11, 36, 42. Therefore thus salth
in righteousness wilt thou answer shall roar against them like the the LORD, Behold, I will plead thy
us, O God of our salvation; whe roaring of the sea, and if one look cause, and tako vengeance for
art the confidence of all the ends thee, and I will dry up her sea, anto the land, behold darkness
of the earth, and of them that are and sorrow; and the light is darand make ber springs dry. The
afar off upon the sea: Which still kened in the heavens thereof. sea is come up upon Babylon: she
eth the noise of the seas, the noise is covered with the multitude of
of their waves, and the tumult ol Jonah ii, 3, 5, 6. For thou hadst the waves thereof.
the people. cast me into the deep, in the Lam. ill, 54. Waters flowed over Ps. Ixxxix, 9, 24, 25. Thou rules midst of the seas; and the floods Imibe bead: then I said, I am cat off. I the raging of the sea: when the
waves thereof arise, thou stillest sea: 10 summer and in winters all that went over Jordan in thio them. But my faithfuluess and it be.
first month, when it had overmy mercy shall be with him; and
flown all his bauks; and they put in my name shall his hord be ex
Eroa. X, 19. And the LORD
to flight all them of the valleys, alted. I will set his hand also in turned a mighty strong west wind,
both toward the east and toward the sea, and his right hand in the which took away the locusts, and
the west. rivers.
cast them into the Red sea; there Job xxviil, 10. He cutteth out Ps. xciii, 3. 4. The floods have remained not one locust in all rivers among the rocks, and his lifted up, O LORD, the floods have the coasts of Egypt.
eye seeth every precious thing, lifted up their voice; the floods Exod. xiii, 18. But God led the Eccles. i, 7. All the rivers ron lift up their waves. The LORD on people about, through the way of into the sea; yet the sea is not high is mightier than the noise of the wilderness of the Red sea: full: onto the place from whence many waters, yea, than the mighty and the children of Israel went the rivers come, thither they rewaves of the sea.
up harnessed out of the land of turn again. Isa. xvii, 12, 13. Woe to the multi-Egypt.
1 Isa. xxiil, 10. Pass through thy tude of many people, which make Exod. xxiii, 31. And I will set land as a river, Odaughter of a noise like the noise of the seas; thy bounds from the Red sea even Tarshish: there 18 no more and to the rushing of nations, that unto the sea of the Philistines, strength. make a rushing like the rushing and from the desert unto the of mighty waters! The nations river: for I will deliver the in-1 shall rush like the rushing of habitants of the land into your
"Ps. xlvi, 4. There is a river, the
streams whereof shall make glad many waters: but God shall re- hand; and thou shalt drive them buke them, and they shall flee far out before thee.
the city of God, the holy place of ofy, and shall be chased as the
the tabernacles of the Most High. chaff of the mountains before the
SALT OR DEAD SEA.
Ezek. xxxil, 13, 14. I will dewind, and like a rolling thing be Num. Xxxiv, 12. And the bor-stroy also all the beasts thereof fore the whirlwind.
der shall go down to Jordan, and from beside the great waters, 18a. xxiv, 14. They shall lift up
the goings out of it shall be at neither shall the foot of man their voice, they shall sing for the
the salt sea: this shall be your trouble them any more, nor the majesty of the LORD, they shall
land with the coasts thereof hoofs of beasts trouble ther. round about.
Then will I make their waters cry aloud from the sea.
Deut. lli, 17. The plain also, and deep, and cause their rivers to Jordan, and the coast thereof,
run like oil, saith the Lord God. SEAS MENTIONED IN SCRIPTURE.
from Chindereth even unto the Ezek. xlvii, 1-3.5-8. 11. 12. After
sea of the plain, even the salt ward he brought me again unto ADRIA.
sea, under Ashdoth-pisgah east- the door of the house; and, beActs xxvii, 27. But when the ward.
hold, waters issued out froin fourteenth night was come, as Joel ui 20.
With his face under the threshold we were driven up and down
eastward: for the fore-front of the In Adria, about midnight the der part toward the utmost
house stood toward the east, and shipmen deemed that they drew
the waters came down from unnear to some country,
der from the right side of the SEA OF GALILEE OR TIBERIAS.
bouse, at the south side of the MEDITERRANEAN-VARIOUSLY
altar. Then brought be mo out Matth. iv, 18. And Jesus, walkNAMED.
of the way of the gate northward, ios by the sea of Galilee, saw two
and led me about the way with Num. xxxiv, 6. And as for the brethren, Simon called Peter, and
out unto the outer gate by the western border, ye shall even Andrew his brother, casting a net
way that looketh eastward; and, have the great sea for a border: into the sea: for they were
behold, thero ran out waters on this shall be your west border. fishers.
the right side. And when the Deut. xi. 24. Every place where- John vi, 1. After these things man that had the line in his hand on the soleg of your feet shall Jesus went over the sea of went forth east ward, he measured tread shall be yours: from the wil Galilee, which is the sea of Ti
a thousand cubits, and he brought derness and Lebanon, from the berias.
me through the waters, the river, the river Euphrates, even John xs1, 1. After these things waters were to the ancles. Afterunto the uttermost sea shall your Jesus showed himself again to ward he measured a thousand; coast be.
the disciples at the sea of Tiberias: and it was a river that I could Deut. xxxiv, 2. And all Naph
not pass over: for the waters were suu vu wis Wise showed he him- not pass over: for the tall, and the land of Ephraim, and
risen, waters to swim in, a river Manasseh, and all the land of
SEA OF JAZER.
that could not be passed over. Judah, unto the utmost sea.
Jer. xlviii, 32. O vine of Sib
And he said unto me, Son of man, Roura, ill. 7. They gave money mah, I will weep for thee with
hast thou seen this Then he
brought me, and caused me to also unto the masons, and to the the weoping of Jazer: thy
return to the brink of the river. carpenters: and meat, and drink. I are gone over the sea, they reach
Now, when I had returned, be and oil, unto them of Zidon, and
o'zidon and even to the sea of Jazer: the to them of Tyre, to bring cedar spoiler is fallen upon thy summer hold, at the bank of the river
were very many trees on the one trees from Lebanon to the sea of fruits, and upon thy vintago.
side, and on the other. Then Joppa, according to the grant that they had ot Cyrus king of
said he unto me, These waters
issue out toward the east country, Persia.
Judges V, 21. The river of
Kislon swept them away, that Zech. xiv. 8. And it shall be in
and go down intothe desert and go
into the sea; which being brought that day, that living waters shall
ancient river, the river Kishon. I forth
on. forth into the sea, the waters go out from Jerusalem; half of O my soul, thou hast troddenle
shall be healed, But the miry them toward the former sea, and down strength.
places thereof, and the marshes half of them toward the hinder 1 Chron. xii, 15. These are they l ihereof, shall not be healed; they
Gen. II, 14. And the
and it shall be in
that day, that
shall be glven to salt. And by 1
2 Kings v, 9, 11, 13. So Naantan the river, upon the bank thereof, | Erek, 1. 1. 3. Now it came to came with his horses and with his on this side and on that side, shall pass in the thirtieth year
site, snau pass in the tbirtieth year, in the charlot, and stood at the door of
mual, W10B8 fourth month. in the fifth day of the house of Elisha. But Naaman leaf shall not fade, neither shall I the month
as among the way wroth, and went away, and the fruit thereof be consumed: it
I captives by the river Chebar that said, Behold, I thought. He will shall bring forth new fruit accord
I the heavens were opened, and I surely come out to me, and stand, ing to his months, because their såw visions of God. The word of lau waters they issued out of the the LORD came expressly unto I 11s or
I the LORD came expressls unto his God, and strike his hand over sanctuary: and the fruit thereol Ezekiel the priest. the son of
the place, and recover the leper. sball be for meat, and the leaf | Buzi, in the land of the Chaldeans,
And his servants came near, and thereof for medicine, by the river Chebar; and the hand
spake unto him, and said, My - Joel iil, 18. And it shall come to of the LORD was there upon him.
father, if the prophet had bid theo pass in that day, that the moun- Twele
do some great thing,wouldest thou
Enek, lil, 15. Then I came to not have done it how much rather tains shall drop down new wine, I them of the captivity at Tel-abib, I then, when he saith to thee, Wash, and the hills shall flow with milk,
that dwelt by the river of Chebar, and be clean. and all the rivers of Judah shall
and I sat where they sat, and reflow with waters, and a fountain mained there astonished among
Job xl, 23. Behold, he drinketh shall come forth of the house of them seven days.
up a river, and hasteth not: he the LORD, and shall water tho
trusteth that he can draw up | Ezek. X. 15. 20. And the cheru- Jordan into his mouth. valley of Shittim.
bim were lifted up. This is the Nahum iil, 8, 9. Art thou better living creature that I saw by the
KANAI. than populous No, that was
river of Chebar. This is the living situate among the rivers, that had
Josh, xvi, 8. The border went creature that I saw under the the waters round about it, whose God of Israel by the river of Che
out from Tappuah westward unto rarnpart was the sea, and her bar: and I knew that they were
the river Kanah; and the goings wall rcas from the sea? Ethiopia
out thereof were at the sea. This the cherubim. and Egypt were her strength, and
is the inheritance of the tribe of it was infinite; Put and Lubim
the children of Epbraim by their
EUPHRATES AND HIDDEKEL. • were thy helpers,
families. Zech. xiv, S. And it shall be in the third river is Hiddekel: that
KISnox. that day, that living waters shall is it which goeth toward the east
Judges V, 21. The river of go out from Jerusalem; half of of Assyria. And the fourth river them toward the foriner sea, and is Euphrates.
Kishon swept them away. that
ancient river, the river Kishon. half of them toward the hinder
O my soul, thou hast trodden sea: in summer and in winter
down strength.. shall It bo
Gen. 11, 13. And the name of Rev. viii. 10. 11. And the third | the second river is Gihon: the
Pisos. angel sounded, and there fell a same is it that compasseth the
Gen. II, 11. The name of the great star from heaven. burning | whole land of Ethiopia
first is Pison: that is it which as it were a lamp, and it fell upon the third part of the rivers, and
compasseth the whole land of upon the fountains of waters: 12 Kings xvii, 6. In the ninth
Havilah, where there is gold, And the name of the star is called year of Hoshea the king of AssyWorm wood; and the third part of ria took Samaria, and carried
ULAI. the waters became wormwood; Israel away into Assyria, and Daniel viii, 16. And I heard a and many men died of the waters, I placed them in Halah and in Ha- 1 man's voice between the banks of because they were made bitter. bor by the river of Gozan, and in Ulal, which called, and said, G.
the cities of the Medes Rev. XVI, 3. 4. And the second
briel, make this man to underangel poured out his vial upon
stand the vision.
JABBOK. the sea; and it became as the blood of a dead man; and every Gen. xxxil, 22, 23. And he rose
OF AHAVA. living soul died in the sea. And up that night, and took his two Ezra vill, 15. And I gathered the third angel poured on his wives, and his two women-ser- | them together to the river that vial upon the rivers and fountains / vants, and his eleven sons, and runneth tó Ahava; and there of waters and they becamo I passed over tho ford Jabbok. And I abode we in tents three days: and blood.
he took them, and sent them over 1 viewed the people and the the brook, and sent over that he priests, and found there none of
had. RIVERS MENTIONED IN
the song of Levi.
Ps. cxxxvil, 1. By the rivers ot 2 Kings v, 12. Are not Abana place of the river Jabbok, nor
Babylon, there we sat down; yea, and Pharpar, rivers of Damascus, into the cities in the
unto the cities in the mountains. we wept, when we remembered better than all the waters of
nor unto whatsoever the LORD our | Zion. Israel? may I not wash in them, I cod forbade ne and be clean? So he turned, and
OF EDEX. went away in a rage.
Gen. 11, 10. And a river went Josh. 111, 8. And thou shalt com.out of Eden to water the garden: ARXON.
mand the priests that bear the land from thence it was parted. Deut, ii, 36 From Aroer, which ark of the covenant, saying. When and became into four heads is by the brink of the river of ye are come to the brink of the Arnon, and from the city that is water of Jordan, ye shall stand
OF EGYPT. by the river, even unto Gilead. still in Jordan.
Gen. xv, 18. In that same day