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“ALL THE HEART IS" THAT 2 Chron. XXXI, 21. And in every and to build the palace, for the
WHICH GOD ESPECIALLY work that he began in the service which I have made provision.
of the house of God, and in the
2 Chron. XV, 17. But the high WITH IN PIOUS FEELING. seek bis God, he did it with all his places were not taken away out of
Israel: nevertheless the heart of Deut. al, 13. And it shall come heart, and prospered. to pass, if ye shall hearken dili
Asa was perfect all his days. gently unto my commandmeuts, 0 Lord my God, with all my the Lord run to and fro through
Ps. lxxxvi, 12. I will praise thee,
2 Chron. Xvi, 9. For the eyes of which I command you this day, to heart; and I will glorify thy name out the whole earth, to shew himlove the LORD your God, and to for evermore. serve him with all your heart,
self strong in the behalf of them and with all your soul.
Prov. III, 5. Trust in the LORD whose heart is perfect toward
with all thine heart; and lean not him. ... Deut. xiil, 3. Thou shalt not unto thine own understanding. hearken unto the words of that
2 Chron. xix, 9. And he charged prophet, or that dreamer of Jer. xxix, 13. And ye shall seek them, saying, Thus shall ye do in dreams: for the LORD your God me, and
find me, when
ye shall the fear of the Lord Laithfully, proveth you, to know whether search for me with all your heart. and with a perfect heart. ye love the LORD your God with Zeph. iii, 14. Sing, Odaughter 2 Chron. xxv, 2. And he did that all your heart, and with all your of Zion; shout, O Israel; be glad which was right in the sight of the soul,
and rejoice with all the heart, o LORD, but not with a perfect Deut. XXVI, 16. This day the daughter of Jerusalem.
heart. LORD thy God hath commanded Acts viii, 37. And Philip said, If Ps. ix, 1. I will praise thee, O thee to do these statutes and thou believest with all thine heart, LORD, with my whole heart; I will judgments: thou shalt therefore thou mayest. And he answered shew forth all thy marvellous keep and do them with all thine and said, I believe that Jesus works. heart, and with all thy soul. Christ is the Son of God.
P3. ci, 2. I will behave myself 1 Kings il, 4. That the LORD may
wisely in a perfect way. O when continue his word, which he spake THE SAME EARNEST MEAN- wilt thou como unto me? I will concerning me, saying, If thy children take heed to their way,
ING IS ATTACHED TO
walk within my house with a per
fect heart. to walk before me in truth with "PERFECT” AND “WHOLE
Ps. cxi, 1. Praise ye the LORD. I all their heart, and with all their
will praise the LORD with my soul, there shall not fail thee
1 Kings viii, 61. Let your heart whole heart in the assembly of the (said he) a man on the throne of therefore be perfect with the upright, and in the congregation. Israel.
LORD our God, to walk in hts 1 Kings xiv, 8. And rent the statutes and to keep bis command. Blessed are they that keep his
P3. cxix, 2, 10, 34, 68, 69, 145. kingdom away from the house of ments, as at this day. David, and gave it thee; and yet
testimonies, and that seek him 1 Kings xi, 4. For it came to with the whole heart.
With my thou hast not been as my servant David, who kept my command- pass, when Solomon was old, that whole heart have I sought thee: ments, and who followed me with his wives turned away his heart o let me not wander from thy all his heart, to do that only which after other gods: and his heart was commandments. Give me under. was right in mine eyes.
not perfect with the LORD his God, standing, and I shall keep thy 2 Kings x, 31. But Jehu took no father. as was the heart of David his law; yea, I shall observe it with
my whole heart. I entreated thy heed to walk in the law of the LORD God of Israel with all his 1 Kings xv, 3, 14. And he walk- favour with my whole heart: be
merciful unto me according to thy heart; for he departed not from ed in all the sins of bis father, word. The prond have forged a the sins of Jeroboam, which made which he had done before him: Israel to sin.
and his heart was not perfect with lle against me: but I will keep thy 2 Kings xxiii, 3. And the king the Lord bis God, as the heart of precepts with my whole heart. stood by a pillar, and made a places were not removed: never- me.O LORD: "I will keep thy
statutes. after the Lord, and to keep his with the LORD all his days. theless Asa's heart was perfect
Ps. cxxxvill, 1. I will praise thee commandments, and his testimonies, and his statutes, with all their
2 Kings xx, 3. I beseech thee, O
with my whole heart: before the heart. ...
LORD, remember now how I have gods will I sing praise unto thee. walked before thee in truth, and
Isa, xxxvill, 3. And said, Re2 Chron. XV, 12, 15. And they with a perfect heart, and 'have member now, O LORD, 1 beseech the LORD God of their fathers done that which is good in thy thee, how I have walked before
thee in truth, and with a perfect with all their heart, and with all sight. And Hezekiah wept sore.
heart, and have done that which their soul. And all Judah rejoiced 1 Chron. xxvill, 9. And thou, is good in thy sight: and Hezekiah at the oath: for they had sworn Solomon my son, know thou the wept sore. with all their heart, and sought God of thy father, and serve him him with their whole desire; with a perfect beart, and with a
Jer. iii, 10. And yet for all this and he was found of them: and willing mind...
her treacherous sister Judah hath the LORD gave them rest round
not turned unto me with her
1 Chron. xxix, 9, 19. Then the whole heart, but seignedly, saith about.
people rejoiced, for that they the LORD. 2 Chron. xxii, 9. And he sought offeredt willingly, because with Ahaziah: and they caught him, perfect heart they offered willing
Jer. xxiv, 7. And I will give (for he was hid in Samaria,) and ly to the Lord; and David the king them an heart to know me, that I brought him to Jehu: and when also rejoiced with great joy. And am the LORD; and they shall be they had slain him, they buried give unto Solomon my son a per- iny people, and I will be their him; Because (said they, he is the fect heart, to keep thy command-God: for they shall return into son of Jehoshaphat, who sought ments, thy testimonies, and thy me with their whole heart. the LORD with all his heart. .... statutes, and to do all these things Jer. xxxii, 41. Yea, I will rejoice
over them to do them good, and Job xx, 25. It is drawn, and children with death; and all the I will plant them in this land cometh out of the body, yea, the churches shall know that I am he assuredly with my whole heart, glittering sword cometh out of his which searcheth the reins and and with my whole soul.
Ps. xvi, 9. Therefore my heart ALSO TO PURE HEART. is glad, and my glory rejoiceth:
BELLY. P8. xxiv, 4. He that hath clean my Desh also shall rest in hope.
Num. XXV, 8. And he went after hands, and a pure heart; who hath P8. XXX, 12. To the end that my the man of Israel into the tent, not litted up his soul unto vanity, glory may sing praise to thee, and and thrust both of them through, nor sworn deceitfully.
not be silent. O LORD my God, I the man of Israel, and the woman Matth. v,8. Blessed are the pure will give thanks unto thee forever. through her belly. So the plague in heart: for they shall see God.
Ps.lvii, 8. Awake up, my glory; was stayed from the children of 1 Tim. 1, 5. Now the end of the awake, psaltery and harp: I my. Israel. commandment is charity, out of a self will awake early.
Matth, xv, 17. Do not ye yet unpure heart, and of a good con
P8.cviii, 1. O God, my heart is derstand, that whatsoever enterscience, and of faith unfeigned.
fixed; I will sing and give praise, eth in at the mouth goeth into the 2 Tim. 11, 22. Flee also youthful even with my glory.
belly, and is cast out into the lusts: but follow righteousness,
draught? faith, charity, peace,with them that REINS OR KIDNEYS, Job xv, 2. Should a wise man call on the Lord out of a pure heart.
USED FIGURATIVELY AS utter valn knowledge, and fill his 1 Peter 1, 22. Seeing ye have
THE SEAT OF FEELING.
belly with the east wind? purified your souls in obeying the
Job xx, 20, 23. Surely be shall truth through the Spirit unto un
Job xvi, 13. His archers comfeigned love of the brethren, see pass me round about, he cleaveth not feel quietness in his belly, he
shall not save of that which he that ve love one another with a my reins asunder, and doth not desired. When he is about to nu pure heart fervently. spare.....
his belly, God shall cast the fury
Job xix, 27. Whom I shall see of his wrath upon him, and shall TO APPLY THE HEART IS for myself, and mine eyes shall rain it upon him while he is TO STUDY.
behold, and not another; though eating. Ps. xc, 12. So teach us to num- my reins be consumed within me.
Job xxxII, 19. Behold, my belly ber our days, that we may apply of the wicked come to an end; but is ready to burst like new bottles.
P8. vii, 9. Oh, let the wickedness is as wine rohich hath no vent; it our hearts unto wisdom. Prov. 11, 2. So that thou incline God trieth the hearts and reins. establish the just: for the righteous
Ps. xliv, 25. For our soul is thine ear'unto wisdom, and apply
bowed down to the dust: our thine heart to understanding.
Ps. xvi, 7. I will bless the LORD, belly cleaveth unto the earth.
who hath given me counsel: my Prov. xxii, 17. Bow down thine
Prov. xlii, 25. The righteous
in the ear, and hear the words of the reins also instruct me
eateth to the satisfying of his soul: night seasons. wise, and apply thine heart unto
but the belly of the wicked shall my knowledge
Ps. xxvi, 2. Examine me, want. Prov. xxiii, 12. Apply thine LORD, and prove me; try my reins
Prov. xviii, 8, 20. The words of a and my heart. heart unto instruction, and thine
talebearer are as wounds, and ears to the words of knowledge.
Ps. lxxiii, 21. Thus my heart they go down into the innermost Eccles. vil, 25. I applied mine was grieved, and I was pricked in parts of the belly. A man's belly heart to know, and to search, and my reins.
shall be satisfied with the fruit of to seek out wisdom, and the Ps. cxxxix, 18. For thon hast his mouth; and with the increase reason of things, and to know the possessed my reins: thou hast of his lips shall he be filled. wickedness of folly, even of fool- covered me in my mother's womb. Prov. xx, 27. The spirit of man ishness and madness.
Prov. xxiii, 16. Yea, my reins is the candle of the LORD, searching Eccles. vili, 9, 16. All this have shall rejoice, when thy lips speak all the inward parts of the belly. I seen, and applied my heart unto right things.
Çant. v, 14. His hands are as every work that is done under the Isa. xi, 5. And righteousness gold rings set with the beryl: his sun.
When I applied shall be the girdle of his loins, and belly is as bright ivory overlaid mine heart to know wisdom, and faithfulness the girdle of his reins. with sapphires. to see the business that is dono
Jer. xi, 20. But, O LORD of hosts, upon the earth. .....
Çant, vil, 2. Thy navel is like a that judgest righteously, that round goblet, which wanteth not
triest the reins and the heart, let liquor: thy belly is like an heap of LIVER,
me see thy vengeance on them: wheat set about with lilies. CALLED "GLORY" IN THE for unto thee have I revealed my
Jer. 11, 34. Nebuchadnezzar the HEBREW SCRIPTURES."
king of Babylon bath devoured Prov. vil, 22, 23. He goeth after them, yea, they have taken root: made me an empty vessel, he hath her straightway, . till a dart they grow, yea, they bring forth swallowed me up like a dragon, strike through his liver.... fruit: thou art near in
their he hath filled bis belly with my Lam. il, 11. ... My liver is pour mouth, and far from their reins.
delicates, he hath cast me out. ed upon the earth, for the destruc
Jer. xvii, 10. I the LORD search tion of the daughter of my people. the heart, I try the reins, even to
Ezek. fii, 3. And he said unto
me, Son of man, cause thy belly to Job xvi, 13. He poureth give every man according to his eat, and fill thy bowels with this out my gall upon the ground. ways, and according to the fruit roll that I give theo. Then did I The original meaning of “Glory" of his doings.
eat it; and it was in my mouth as is weight, and the Liver is so
Lam. iii, 13. He hath caused the honey for sweetness. called from being the heaviest arrows of his quiver to enter into
Hab. 111, 16. When I heard, my of the internal organs. See also my reins.
belly trembled; my lips quivered 2 Cor. iv, 17.
Rev. ii, 23. And I will kill her I at the voice. . .
Luke xv, 16. And he would fain | upon his brother; and he sought up his bowels of compassion from have fled his belly with the where to weep; and he entered in him, how dwelleth the love of God husks that the swine did eat: and to his chamber, and wept there. in him? Do man gave unto him.
1 Kings iil, 26. Then spake the John yil, 88. He that believeth woman whose the living child
THIGH on me, as the scripture hath said, was unto the king, for her bowels out of his belly shall flow rivers of yearned upon her son, and she saw that he prevailed not against
Gen. xxxII, 25, 31. And when he living water.
said, O my lord, give her the liv- him, he touched the hollow of his Rom. xvi, 18. For they that are ing child, and iu no wise slay it. thigh; and the hollow of Jacob's such serve not our Lord Jesus But the other said, Let it be thigh was out of joint, as be Christ, but their own belly..... nelther mine nor thine, but divide wrestled with him. And as he 1 Çor. vi, 13. Meats for the belly,
passed over Penuel the sun rose and the belly for meats: but God
Job xxx, 27. My bowels bolled, upon him, and he halted upon his shall destroy both it and them....) and rested not: the days of afflic" thigh. tion prevented me.
Num. V, 21. Then the priest Phil. ill, 19. Whose end is destruction, whose God is their belly, Çant. v, 4. My beloved put in shall charge the woman with an and whose glory is in their shame, his hand by the hole of the door, oath of cursing, and the priest who mind earthly things.
and my bowels were moved for shall say unto the woman, The him.
LORD make thee a curse and an Titus 1, 12. One of themselves, even a prophet of their own, said,
Isa. xvi, 11. Wherefore
oath among thy people, when the
my LORD doth make thy thigh to rot,
un The Cretians are alway' liars, bowels shall
like an harp and thy belly to swell. evil beasts, slow bellies.
for Moab, and mine inward parts
for Kir-baresh. Rev. x, 9. And I went unto the
Judg. xv, 8. And he smote them angel, and said unto him, Give me Isa. Ixili, 15. Look down from hip and thigh with a great slaughthe little book. And he said unto heaven, and behold from the ter: and he went down and dwelt me, Take it, and eat it up; and it habitation
of thy holiness and
of in the top of the rock Etam. shall make thy belly bitter, but it thy glory: where is thy zeal and 2 Sam. x, 4. Wherefore Hanun shall be in thy mouth sweet as thy strength, the sounding of thy took David's servants, and shaved honey.
bowels and of thy mercies toward of the one half of their beards, me? are they restrained?
and cut off their garments in the BOW EL S. Jer. iv, 19. My bowels, my and sent them away.
middle, even to their buttocks, 2 Sam. xx, 10. But Amasa took bowels! I am pained at my very no heed to the sword that was in heart, my heart maketh a noise in
Çant, vil, 1. How beautiful are Joab's hand: so he smote him me.....
thy feet with shoes, O prince's therewith in the fifth rib, and shed out his bowels to the ground, dear son? is he a pleasant child are like jewels, the work of the
Jer. xxxi, 20. 18 Ephraim my daughter! the joints of thy thighs and struck him not again; and be for since I spake against him, I
hands of a cunning workman. do earnestly remember him still: Isa. XX, 4. So shall the king of 2 Chron. xxi, 15, 18, 19. And therefore my bowels are troubled Assyria lead away the Egyptians thou shalt have great sickness by for him; I will surely have mercy prisoners, and the Ethiopians capdisease of the bowels, until thy upon him, saith the LORD. tives, young and old, naked and bowels fall out by reason of the sickness day by day. And after
Lam. 1, 20. Behold, O LORD; for barefoot, even with their buttocks all this the LORD smote him I am in distress: my bowels' are uncovered, to the shame of Egypt. in his bowels with an incurable within me;
for I have grievously stones, and grind meal: uncover
troubled; mine heart is turned Isa. xlvii, 2. Take the milldisease. that in process of time, after the rebelled: abroad the sword be thy locks, make bare the leg, end of two years, his bowels fell reaveth, at home there is as uncover the thigh, pass over the death.
rivers. out by reason of his sickness. .. Job xx, 14, Yet his meat in his
2 Cor. vi, 12. Ye are not strait- Dan. 11, 32. This image's head bowels is turned, it is the gall of ened in us, but yo are straitened was of fine gold, his breast
and asps within him. in your own bowels.
his arms of silver, his belly and his P3. cix, 18. As he clothed him- Phi. I, 8. For God is my record, thighs of brass. self with cursing like as with his bow greatly I long after you all
Rev. xix, 16. And he hath on his garment, so let it come into his in the bowels of Jesus Christ.
vesture and on his thigh a name bowels like water, and like oil in- Çol. 111, 12. Put on therefore, as written, KING OF KINGS, AND to his bones.
the elect of God, holy and beloved, LORD OF LORDS. Ezek. vil, 19. .... Their silver bowels of mercies, kindness, humand their gold shall not be able to bleness of mind, meekness, long- STRANGE FORM OF OATH deliver them in the day of the suffering.
Gen. xxiv, 2. And Abraham wrath of the LORD: they shall not Philemon 7, 12, 20. For we have said unto his eldest servant of his satisfy their souls, neither fill great joy and consolation in thy house, that ruled over all that he their bowels: because it is the love, because the bowels of the had, Put, I pray thee, thy hand stumblingblock of their iniquity. saints
are refreshed by thee, under my thigh.
brother. Whom I have gent USED IN MANY PLACES,
And the time agair: thou therefore receive him, drew nigh that Israel must die:
Gen. xlvii, 29. WHERE IN MODERN LAN
that is, mine own bowels: Yea, and he called his son Joseph, and GUAGE, HEART AS SEAT OF in the Lord: refresh my bowels in found grace in thy sight, put, I
brother, let me have joy of the said unto him, it now I have FEELING, WOULD BE the Lord. EMPLOYED.
pray thee, thy hand under my 1 John Ill, 17. But whoso hath thigh, and deal kindly and truly Gen. xIIII, 80. And Joseph made this world's good, and seeth his with me; bury mo not, I pray haste; for his bowels did yearn brother have need, and shutteth I thee, in Egypt.
SMITING UPON THE THIGH, ed a thousand, and brought me withdrawn from them about a
TOKEN OF GRIEF. through the waters, the waters stone's cast, and kneeled down, Jer. xxxi, 19. Surely after that were to the knees. Again he and prayed. I was turned, I repented; and measured a thousand, and brought
Acts vii, 60. And he kneeled after that I was instructed, I me through; the waters were to down, and cried with a loud voice, smote upon my thigh: I the loins.
Lord, lay not this sin to their ashamed, yea, even confounded, Dan. X, 10. And, behold, an charge. .... because I did bear the reproach hand touched me, which set me Acts ix, 40. But Peter put them of my youth.
upon my knees and upon the all forth, and kneeled down, and Ezek. xxi, 12. Cry and howl, son palms of my hands.
prayed; and turning him to the of man; for it shall be upon my Nahum ii, 10. She is empty, and body said, Tabitha, arlse. .... people, it shall be upon all the void, and waste: and the heart Acty xx, 36. And when he had princes of Israel: terrors by reason melteth, and the knees smite to- thus spoken, he kneeled down, of the swor I shall be upon my gether..
and prayed with them all. people: smite therefore upon thy Heb. xii, 12. Wherefore lift up Acts xxi, 5. And when we had thigh.
the hands which hang down, and accomplished those days, we dethe feeble knees.
parted and went our way; and they KNEE.
all brought us on our way, with Gen. xlvili, 12. And Joseph KNEELING, TOKEN OF
wives and children, till we were brought them out from between
out of the city: and we kneeled
OBEISANCE TO GOD. his knees, and he bowed himself
down on the shore, and prayed. with his face to the earth.
1 Kings viii, 54. And it was so,
that when Solomon had made an Gen. 1, 23. And Joseph saw
OR TO MAN. Ephraim's children of the third supplication unto the LORD, he end of praying all this prayer and
Gen. xli, 43. And he made him generation: the children also of arose from before the altar of the to ride in the second chariot which Macbir the son of Manasseh were LORD, from kneeling on his
knees he bad; and they cried
before him, brought up upon Joseph's knees. with his hands spread up to
Bow the knee: and he made him Judges vil, 5. . . . The LORD heaven.
ruler over all the land of Egypt. said unto Gideon, Every one that
2 Chron. vi, 13. For Solomon
2 Kings 1, 13. Aud he sent again lappeth of the water with his had made a 'brasen scaffold, of a captain of the third fitty with tongue, as a dos lappoth, bim five cubits long, and five cubits his fifty. And the third captain shalt thou set by himself
; likewise broad, and three cubits high, and of fifty went up, and came and every one that boweth down upon had set it in the midst of the court: fell on his knees before Elijah, his knees to drink.
and upon it he stood, and kneeled and besought him, and said unto Judges xvi, 19. And she made down upon his knees before all him, o man of God, I pray thee, him sleep upon her knees: and the congregation of Israel, and let my life, and the life of these she called for a man, and she spread forth his hands toward fifty thy servants, be precious in caused him to shave off the seven heaven.
thy sight. locks of his head.
Ezra ix, 5. And at the evening 1 Kings xvill, 42. So Ahab went sacrifice, I arose up from my
LEG. up to eat and to drink. And heaviness; and having rent my
John xix, 31-33. The Jews thereElijah went up to the top of Car. garment and my mantle, I felt fore, because it was the preparamel; and he cast himself down upon my knees, and spread out tion, that the bodies should not upon the earth, and put his face my hands unto the LORD my God. remain upon the cross on the between his knees.
Ps. xcv, 6. O come, let us worsabbath day, (for that sabbath day 1 Kings xix, 18. Yet I have left ship and 'bow
down: 'let us kneel was an high day,) besought Pilato me seven thousand in Israel, all before the LORD our maker.
that their legs might be broken, the knees which have not bowed
and that they might be taken unto Baal, and every mouth which knew that the writing was signed, and brake the legs of the first, and
Dan. vi, 10. Now when Daniel away. Then came the soldiers, hath not kissed him.
he went into his house; and his of the other which was crucified 2 Kings 1v, 20. And when he windows being open in his cham- with him. But when they came had taken him, and brought him ber toward Jerusalem, he kneeled to Jesus, and saw that he was t his mother, he sat on her knees upon his knee three times a day, dead already, they brake not his till noon, and then died. and prayed, and gave thanks be
legs. Matth. xxvii, 29. And when they fore his God, as he did aforetime. had platted a crown of thorns, Matth. xvii, 14. And when they they put it upon his head, and á
Deut. xxviii, 35. The LORD shall
the multitude reed in his right hand: and they there came to him a certain man, the legs, with a sore boich that
smite thee in the knees, and in bowed the knee before him, and kneeling down to him, and saying. cannot
be healed, from the sole of mocked him, saying, Hail, king of Mark I, 40. And there caine a thy foot unto the top of thy head. the Jews!
leper to him, beseeching him, and
Ps. cxlvil, 10. He delighteth not Job iv, 4. Thy words have up- unto him, If thou wilt, thou canst
taketh not pleasure in the legs of holden him that was falling, and make me clean. thou hast strengthened the feeble Mark xv, 19. And they smote knees. him on the head with a reed, and
Prov. xxvi, 7. The legs of the Isa. XXXV, 3. Strengthen ye the did spit upon him, and bowing
lame are not equal. weak hands, and confirm the their knees worshipped him. Cant. V, 15. His legs are as feeble knees.
Luke v, 8. When Simon Peter pillars of marble set upon sockets Ezek. vil, 17. All hands shall saw it, he fell down at Jesus' of fine gold. be feeble, and all knees shall be knees, saying, Depart from me; weak as water, for I am a sinful man, O Lord.
FOOT. Ezek. xlvii, 4. Again he measur- Luke xxii, 41. And he was Gen. xl, 44. And Pharaoh said
unto Joseph, I am Pharaoh, and John xi, 2. (It was that Mary none inheritance in it, no, not so without thee shall no man lift up which anointed the Lord with much as to set his foot on. ... his hand or foot in all the land of ointment, and wiped his feet with Egypt. her hair, whose brother Lazarus to ship, and sailed unto Assos;
Acts xx, 13. And we went before Gen. xlix, 10. The sceptre shall was sick.)
there intending to take in Paul: not depart from Judah, nor a law- Acts xiii, 25,51. And as John ful- for so had he appointed, minding giver from between his feet, until filled his course, he said, Whom himself to go afoot. Shiloh come. .....
think ye that I am? I am not he. Num. xxil, 25. And when the But, behold, there cometh one ass saw the angel of the LORD, she after me, whose shoes of his feet | AND THEREFORE THE SYMthrust herself unto the wall, and I am not worthy to loose. But BOL OF IT, DENOTING PER. crushed Balaam's foot against the they shook off the dust of their
SONAL ACTION, PURPOSE, wall: and he smote her again.
feet against them, and came unto | EMOTION, OR PROPENSITY.
Iconium. Deut. viii, 4. Thy raiment waxed
Job xll, 5. He that is ready to not old upon thee, neither did thy
THE INSTRUMENT OF MO.
slip with his feet is as a lamp defout swell, these forty years.
spised in the thought of him that Josh. I, 3. Every place that the
is at ease. sole of your foot shall tread upon, Exod. xii, 11. And thus shall ye
Job xiii, 27. Thou puttest my that have I given unto you, as i eat it; with your loins girded, feet also in the stocks, and lookest said unto Moses.
your shoes on your feet, and your narrowly unto all my paths; thou Josh. v, 15. And the captain of staff in your hand. .....
settest a print upon the heels of the LORD's host said unto Joshua,
Josh. ill, 15. And as they that
my feet. Loose thy shoe from off thy foot; bare the ark were come unto Jor
Job xviii, 11. Terrors shall make for the place whereou thou stand dan, and the feet of the priests him
afraid on every side, and est is holy. And Joshua did so. that bare the ark were dipped in shall drive
him to his feet. the brim of the water. .... Judges ili, 24. . . . . Surely he
Job xxill, 11. My foot hath held [Eglon) covereth his feet in his Josh. xiv, 9. And Moses sware his steps, his way have I kept, summer chamber.
on that day, saying, Surely the and not declined. Judges v, 27. At her feet heden shall be thine inheritance.... hand rise' the youth; they, push land whereon thy feet have trod
Job xxx, 12. Upon my right bowed, he fell, he lay dowu: at her feet he bowed, he fell: where Judges iv, 15. And the LORD away my feet, and they raise up be bowed, there he fell down discomfted Sisera, and all his against me the ways of their dedead.
chariots, and all his host, with the struction, 2 Sam. xix, 24. And Mephibosh- edge of the sword before Barak; Job xxxi, 5. If I have walked eth the son of Saul came down to so that Sisera lighted down off his with vanity, or if my foot hath meet the king, and had neither chariot, and fled away on his feet. hasted to deceit. dressed his feet, nor trimmed his 1 Sam. xlv, 13. And Jonathan, Ps. xvii, 5. Hold up my goings beard, nor washed his clothes, climbed up upon his hands and in thy paths, that my footsteps from the day the king departed upon his feet, and his armour- slip not. until the day he came again in bearer after him.
Ps. xxvi, 12. My foot standeth peace. 2 Kings iv, 27. And when she
2 Sam. ii, 18. And there were
in an even place: in the congregacame to the man of God to the and Abishai, and Asahel: and three sons of Zeruiah there, Joab, tions will I bless the LORD.
Ps. xxxi, 8. And hast not shut hill, she caught him by the feet: Asahel was as light of foot as a me up into the hand of the enemy: but Gehazi came near to thrust wild roe.
thou hast set my feet in a large her away. . 1 Chron. xxviii, 2. Then David Saul's son, had a son that was
2 Sam. iv, 4. And Jonathan, room. the king stood up upon his feet, lame of his feet.
Ps. XXXVI, 11. Let not the foot and salů, Hear me, my brethren, years old when the tidings came
He was five of pride come against me, and let
not the hand of the wicked reand my people.
of Saul and Jonathan out of Jez-move me. Matth. xv, 30. And great multi- reel, and his nurse took him up, Ps. xl, 2. He brought me up also tudes came unto him, having with and fled: and it came to pass, as out of an horrible pit, out of the them those that were lame, blind, she made haste to flee, that he fell, miry clay, and set my feet upon a dumb, maimed, and many others, and became lame. And his name rock, and established my goings. and cast them down at Jesus
was Mephibosheth. feet; and he healed them.
P8. Iví, 13. .... Wat not thou 1 Kings xiv, 6, 12. And it was so, deliver my feet from falling, that Matth. xxviil, 9. And as they when Ahijah heard the sound of I may walk before God in the went to tell his disciples, behold, her feet, as she came in at the light of the living? Jesus met them, saying, All hail. door, that he said, Come in, thou And they came and held him by wife of Jeroboam; why feignest soul in life, and suffereth not our
Ps. Ixvi, 9. Which holdeth our the feet, and worshipped him. thou thyself to be another? for I
feet to be moved, Luke vii, 38. And [the woman] am sent to thee with heavy tidstood at his feet behind him weep- ings. Arise thou therefore, get Ps. lxxiii, 2. But as for me, my ing, and began to wash his feet thee to thine own house: and when feet were almost gone; my steps with tears, and did wipe them thy feet enter into the city, the bad well nigh slipped. with the hairs of her head, and child shall die.
Ps. lxxxix, 51. Wherewith thine kissed his feet, and anointed Matth. xiv, 13. When Jesus enemies have reproached, O LORD; them with the oint ent.
heard of it, he departed thence by wherewith they have reproached Luke xxiv, 39. Behold my hands a ship into a desert place apart: the footsteps of thine anointed. and my feet, that it is I myself:. and when the people had heard Ps. xciv, 18. When I said, My handle me, and see; for a spirit thereof, they followed him on foot foot slippeth; thy mercy, O LORD, hatlı not flesh and bones, as ye see out of the cities.
held me up. me have.
Acts vii, 5. And he gave him Ps. cxvi, 8. For thou hast de