The dispersion of the men at Babel considered

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Page 243 - Beaft, and out of the Mouth of the falfe Prophet. 14. For they are the Spirits of Devils working Miracles, which go forth unto the Kings of the Earth and of the whole World, to gather them together to the Battle of that great Day
Page 160 - 20, 21. And there was a certain Beggar named Lazarus, which was laid at his Gate full of Sores, and defiring to be fed with the Crumbs which fell from the rich Man's Table: Moreover, the Dogs came, and
Page 53 - Wo unto them that rife up early in " the Morning, that they may follow ftrong ' " Drink; that continue until Night, 'till Wine " inflame them : And the Harp and the Viol, "the Tabret and Pipe and Wine are in their " Feafts. But they regard not the
Page 102 - which bare the Ark of the Covenant of the Lord, faying, " Take this Book of the Law, and put it in *' the Side of the Ark of the Covenant of " the Lord your God, that it may be there
Page 7 - God in Horeb, in the Day of the Affembly, faying, Let me " not hear again the Voice of the Lord my God, neither let me fee this great Fire any more, that I die not. And the
Page 226 - thofe Things •which are revealed belong unto US, and to our Children for ever, that we may do all the Words of this Law. Deut. xxix. 29.
Page 139 - a- Prophet: from> among their Brethren, like unto thee, and will put my Words in his Mouth, and he. jhall fpeak unto them. ALL that I
Page 237 - I heard a great Voice out of the Temple, faying to the feven Angels, Go your Ways, and pour out the Vials of the Wrath of God upon the
Page 238 - in the River died: And the River flank, and the Egyptians could not drink of the Water of the River. And there was Blood throughout all the Land of Egypt. Exod. vii. 20, 21.
Page 79 - heard of, they rent their Clothes, and ran in among the People, crying out, and faying, " Sirs, why do ye thefe " Things ? We alfo are Men of like Paffions

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