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written and concluded that they ice unto idols, eat not for his , divide the hoof: as the camel, beobserve no such thing, save only sake that shewed it, and for con- cause he cheweth the cud, but that they keep themselves from science sake: for the earth is the divideth not the hoof; he is un things offered to idols, and rom Lord's, and the fulness thereof; clean unto you. And the coney, blood, and from strangled, and Conscience, I say, not thine own, because he cheweth the cud, but from fornication.

but of the other for why is my divideth not the hoof; he is Rom. xiv, 14-23. I know, and liberty judged of another man's unclean unto you. And the hare, am persuaded by the Lord Jesus, conscience? For if I by grace be because he cheweth the cud, but that there is nothing unclean of a partaker, why am I evil spoken divideth not the hoof; he is unitself: but to him that esteemeth of for that for which I give thanks? clean unto you. And the swine, any thing to be unclean, to him Whether therefore ye eat, or though he divide the hoof, and be it is unclean. But if thy brother drink, or whatsoever ye do, do all clovenfooted, yet he cheweth not be grieved with thy meat, now to the glory of God. Give none the cud; he is unclean to you. of walkest thot not charitably. De- offence, neither to the Jews, nor their flesh shall ye not eat, and stroy not him with thy meat, for to the Gentiles, nor to the church their carcase shali ye not touch; whom Christ died. Let not then of God: Even as I please all men they are unclean to you. The your good be evil spoken of: For in all things, not seeking mine carcases of every beast which the kingdom of God is not meat own profit, but the profit of many, divideth the hoof, and is not and drink; but righteousness, and that they may be saved.

clovenfooted, nor cheweth the peace, and joy in the Holy Ghost. For he that in these things serv- dead with Christ from the rudi

Çol. if, 20-23. Wherefore if ye be cud, are unclean unto you: every

one that toucheth them shall bo eth Christ is acceptable to God, ments of the world, why, as

unclean. And whatsoever goeth and approved of men. Let us though living in the world, are ye of beasts that go on ail four, those

upon his paws, among all manner therefore follow after the things subject to ordinances, (Touch not; which make for peace, and things taste not; handle not; Which all toucheth their carcase shall be

are unclean unto you: whoso wherewith one may edisy another. are to perish with the using;) after unclean until the even. And he For meat destroy not the work of the commandments and doctrines that beareth the carcase of them God. All things indeed are pure; of men? Which things have inbut it is evil for that man who deed a shew of wisdom in will shall wash his clothes, and be una eateth with offence. It is good worship,

clean until the even; they are uns

and humility, and neither to eat flesh, nor to drink neglecting of the body; not in any

clean unto you. wine, nor any thing whereby thy honour to the satisfying of the

Deut. xiv, 7, 8. Nevertheless brother stumbleth, or is offended, flesh.

these ye shall not eat of them or is made weak. Hast thou

that chew the cud, or of them faith? have it to thyself before 1 Tim. iv, 3-5.. And com- that divide the cloven hoof; as the God. Happy is he that con- monding to abstain from meats, camel, and the hare, and the demneth not himself in that thing which God hath created to be re- coney: for they chew the cud, but which he alloweth. And he that ceived with thanksgiving of them divide not the hoof; therefore they doubteth is damned if he eat, which believe and know the are unclean unto you. And the because he eateth not of faith: truth. For every creature of God swine, because it divideth the for whatsoever is not of faith is is good, and nothing to be refused, hoof, yet cheweth not the end, it sin.

if it be received with thanksgiv- is unclean unto you: ye shall not 1 Çor. viii, 8–13. But meat For it is sanctified by the eat of their flesh, nor touch their mendeth us not to God: for neither, word of God and prayer.

dead carcase. if we eat, are we the better;

Isa. Ixv, 4. Which remain among neither, if we eat not, are we the


the graves, and lodge in the monuworse. But take heed lest by any


ments, which eat swine's flesh, and means this liberty of your's be

broth of abominable things is in

BELVES. come a stumblingblock to them

their vessels. that are weak. For if any man see thee which hast knowledge


Isa. lxvi, 17. They that sanctify

themselves, and purify thomselves sit at meat in the idol's temple,


in the gardens behind one tree in shall not the conscience of him Lev. xi, 2, 3. Speak unto the the midst, eating swine's flesh, and which is weak be emboldened to children of Israel, saying. These the abomination, and the mouse, eat those things which are offered are the beasts which ye shall eat shall be consumed together, saith to idols; And through thy know- among all the beasts that are on the Lord. ledge shall the weak brother the earth. Whatsoever parteth perish, for whom Christ died? the hoof, and is clovenfooted, and compenso their iniquity and their

Jer. xvi, 18. And first I will reBut when ye sin so against the cheweth the cud, among the sin double; because they have debrethren, and wound their weak beasts, that shall ye eat.

filed my land, they have filled conscience, ye sin against Christ. Deut. xiv, 4-6. These are the mine inheritance with the carWherefore, if meat make my beasts which ye shall eat: the ox, cases of their detestable and brother to offend, I will eat no the sheep, and the goat, The hart, abominable things. flesh while the world standeth, and the roebuck, and the fallow lest I make my brother to offend. deer, and the wild goat, and the

FISHES. 1 Cor. x, 25-33. Whatsoever is pygarg, and the wild ox, and tho sold in the shambles, that eat, ask-chamois. And every beast that ing no question for conscience parteth the hoof, and cleaveth the Lev. xl, 9. These shall ye eat of sake: For the earth is the Lord's, cleft into two claws, and chewith all that are in the waters: whatsoand the fulness thereof. If any the.cud among the beasts, that ye ever hath fins and scales in the of them that believe not bid you shall eat,

waters, in the seas, and in the to a feast, and ye be disposed to

rivers, them shall ye eat. go; whatsoever is set before you,


Deut. xiv, 9. These ye shall eat eat, asking no question for consci- Lev. xi, 4-8, 26-28. Nevertheless of all that are in the waters: all ence sake. But if any man say these shall yé not eat of them that that have fins and scales shall yo unto you, This is offered in sacri- I chew the cud, or of them that eat.



upon the earth. For I am the UNCLEAN.

Lev.xi, 23-25, 29-38, 41-45. But all Lord that I ringeth you up out of Lev. xl, 10–12. And all that have other flying creeping things, which the land of Egypt, to be your God: pot fins and scales in the seas, and have four feet, shall be an abomin- ye shall therefore be holy, for I in the rivers, of all that move in ation unto you. And for these ye am holy. the waters, and of any living thing shall be unclean: whosoever touchwhich is in the waters, they shall eth the carcase ck then shall be

THE HERD. be an abomination unto you: They unclean until the even. And

CALF. shall be even an abomination unto whosoever beareth ought of the

KILLED AS A LUXURY. you; ye shall not eat of their flesh, carcase of them shall wash his but ye shall have their carcases clothes, and be unclean, until the unto the herd, and fetcht a calf

Gen. xviii, 7. And Abraham ran in abomination. Whatsoever even. These also shall be unclean tender and good, and gave it unto hath no fins nor scales in the unto you among the creeping waters, that shall be an abomina- things that creep upon the earth; a young man; and he hasted to tion unto you.

dress it. the weasel, and the mouse, and Deut. xiv, 10. And whatsoever the tortoise after his kind, And

1 Sam. vi, 10. And the men did hath not fins and scales ye may the ferret, and the chameleon, and so; and took two milch kine, and not eat; it is unclean unto you. the lizard, and the snail, and the tied them to the cart, and shut up

mole. These are unclean to you their calves at home. FOWLS.

among all that creep: whosoever 1 Sam. xxviii, 24. And the wo

doth touch them, when they be man had a fat calf in the house; CLEAN.

dead, shall be unclean until the and she hasted, and killed it, and Deut. xiv, 11, 20. Of all clean even. And upon whatsoever any took flour, and kneaded it, and birds ye shall eat. But of all of them, when they are dead, did bake unleavened bread thereclean fowls ye may eat.

doth fall, it shall be unclean; of.

whether it be any vessel of wood, UNCLEAN.

18a. xxvii, 10.

There or raiment, or skin, or sack, what shall the calf feed, and there shall Lev. xi, 13-20. And these are soever vessel it be, wherein any he lie down, and consume the they which ye shall have in abom- work is done, it must be put into branches thereof. ination among the fowls; they shall water, and it shall be unclean un

Hosea xiy, 2.

So will not be eaten, they are an abomin til the even; so it shall be cleansed. ation: the eagle, and the ossifrage, And every earthen vessel, where we render the calves of our lips. and the ospray, And the vulture, into any of them falleth, whatso- Mal. iv, 2. And ye shall and the kite after his kind; Every ever is in it shall be unclean; and go forth, and grow up as calves of raven after his kind; And the owi, ye shall break it. of all meat the stall. and the night hawk, and the which may be eaten, that on Luke xv, 27, 30. And he said cuckoo, and the hawk after his which such water cometh shall be unto him, Thy brother is come; kind, And the little owl, and the unclean: and all drink that may and thy father hath killed the cormorant, and the great owl, be drunk in every such vessel fatted calf, because he hath reAnd the swan, and the pelican, shall be inclcan. And every ceived hinn safe and sound. But and the gier eagle, And the stork, thing whereupon any part of their as soon as this thy son was come, the heron after her kind, and the carcase falleth shall be unclean; / which hath devoured thy living lapwing, and the bat. All fowls rchether it be oven, or ranges for with harlots, thou hast killed for that creep, going upon all four, pots, they shall be broken down: him the fatted

calf. shall be an abomination unto you. for they are unclean, and shall be

unclean unto you. Nevertheless Deut. xiv, 12-19. But these are

BULLS. they of which ye shall not eat: the plenty of water, shall be clean: but a fountain or pit, avherein there is

FIERCE. eagle, and the ossifrage, and the that which toucheth their carcase

Ps. xxii, 12. Many bulls have ogpray, And the glede, and the shall be unclean. And if any part compassed me: strong bulls of kite, and the vulture after his of their carcase fall upon any Baslian have beset me round. kind, And every raven after his sowing seed which is to be sown, kind, And the owl, and the night it shall be clean.

Ps. lxviii, 30. Rebuke the comhawk, and the cuckoo, and the water be put upon the seed, and of the bulls, with the calves of the

But if any pany of spearmen, the multitudo owl, and the great owl, and the any part of their carcase fall people, til every one submit himswan, And the pelican, and the thereon, it shall be unclean unto self with pieces of silver: scatter gier eagle, and the cormorant, ihat creepeth upon the earth

you. And every creeping thing thou the people that delight in And the scork, and the heron after shall be an abomination; it shall

war. hier kind, and the lapwing, and the not be eaten. Whatsoever goeth heard Ephraim bemoaning him

Jer. xxxi, 18. I have surely bat. And every creeping thing that fieth is unclean unto you: goeth upon all four, or whatsoever and I was chastised, as a bullock upon the belly, and whatsoever

self thus; Thou hast chastised me, they shall not be eaten.

hath more feet among all creep- unaccustomed to the yoke: turn

ing things that creep upon the thou me, and I shall be turned; CREEPING THINGS.

earth, them ye shall not cat; for for thou art the Lord my God.

they are an abomination. Ye
shall not make yourselves abom-

Jer. 1, 11. Because ye were glad, Lev. xi, 21, 22. Yet these may inable with any creeping thing because ye rejoiced, o ye des yo eat of every flying creeping that creepeth, neither shall ye stroyers of mine heritage, because thing that goeth upon all four, make yourselves unclean with ye are grown fat as the heifer at which have legs above their feet, them, that ye should be defiled grass, and bellow as bulls. to leap withal upon the earth; thereby. For I am the LORD your Jer. III, 20. The two pillars, one Even these of them ye may eat, God: ye shall therefore sanctify sea, and twelve brasen bulls that the locust after his kind, and the yourselves, and yo shall be holy; were under the bases, which king bald locust after his kind, and the for I am holy: neither shall ye de- Solomon had made in the house of beetle after his kind, and the file yourselves with any manner the LORD: the brass of all these grasshopper after his kind. of creeping thing that creepeth Ivessels was without weight,

Erek. xxxix, 18. Ye shall eat the a wagon for two of the princes, / In, but that he hath killed a man flesh of the mighty, and drink the and for each one an ox; and or a woman; the ox shall be stoned, blood of the princes of the earth, they brought them before the and his owner also shall be put to of rams, of lambs, and of goats, tabernacle.

death. If there be laid on him a of bullocks all of them fatlings of

Deut. v, 14. But the seventh day sum of money, then he shall give Bashan,

is the sabbath of the LORD thy for the ransom of his life whatso

God: in it thou shalt not do any ever is laid upon him. Whether CATTLE.

work, thou, nor thy son, nor thy he have gored a son, or have gored A VERY GENERAL POSSES- daughter, nor thy manservant, a daughter, according to this SION. nor thy maidservant, nor thine ox? / judgment shall it be done unto

him. If the ox shall push a manDeut. xxviil, 4, 18, 31. Blessed 1 Sam. vi, 7. Now therefore servant or maidservant; he shall shall be the fruit of thy body, and make a new

cart, and take two give unto their master thirty the fruit of thy ground, and the milch kine, on which there hath shekels of silver, and the ox shail fruit

of thy cattle, the increase of come no yoke, and tie the kine to be stoned. And if a man shall thy kine, and the flocks of thy the cart, and bring their calves open a pit, or if a man shall dig a sheep. Cursed shall be the fruit home from them.

pit, and not cover it, and an ox or of thy body, and the fruit of thy

2 Sam. vi, 6. And when they an ass fall therein; The owner of the land, the increase of thy kine, and came to Nachon's threshingfloor, pit shall make it good, and give the flocks of thy sleep. Thine ox Uzzah put forth his hand to the money unto the owner of them; and thou shalt not eat thereof: for the oxen shook it. shall be slain before thing eyes: ark of God, and took hold of it; and the dead beast shall be his.

And if one man's ox hurt another's thine ass shall be violently taken

1 Kin. xix, 19. So he departed the live ox, and divide the money

that he die: then they shall sell away from before thy face, and shall not be restored to thee: thy thence, and found Elisha the son of it; and

the dead ox also they enemies, and thou shalt have none with twelve yoke of ocen before that the ox hath used to push in

him, and he with the twelfth: and time past, and his owner hath not to rescue them.

Elijah passed by him, and cast his kept him in; he shall surely pay 1 Sam. xv, 9, 14, 15. But Saul mantle upon him and the people spared Agag, and

ox for ox; and the dead shall be

1 Chron. xii, 40. Moreover they his own. the best of the sheep, and of the that were nigh them, even unto oxen, and of the fatlings, and the Issachar and Zebulun and Naph, liver unto his neighbour an ass,

Exod. xxil, 10, 11. If a man delambs, and all that was good, and tali, brought bread on asses, and would not utterly destroy them; on camels, and on mules, and on to keep; and it die, or be hurt, or

or an ox, or a sheep, or any bcast, but every thing that was vile and oxen, and meat, meal, cakes of driven away, no man seeing it: refuse, that they destroyed utterly: figs, and bunches of raisins, and then shall an oath of the Lord be And Samuel said, What meaneth wine, and oil, and oxen, and sheep between them both, that he hath then this bleating of the sheep in abundantly: for there was joy in not put his hand unto his neighmine ears, and the lowing of the

Israel. oxen which I hear?And Saul

bour's goods; and the owner of it said, They have brought them

P3. cxliv, 14. That our oxen shall accept thereof, and he shall from the Amalekites: for the peo- may be strong to labour; that there not make it good. ple spared the best of the sheep be no breaking in, nor going out;

Exod. xxiii, 4,5. If thou meet and of the oxen, to sacrifice unto that there be no complaining in thine enemy's ox or his ass going

our streets. the LORD thy God; and the rest

astray, thou shalt surely bring it we have utterly destroyed.

Prov. xiv, 4. Where no oxen back to him again. If thou see 1 Chron. v, 9. And eastward he are, the crib is clean: but much the ass of him that hateth theo inhabited unto the entering in of increase is by the strength of the lying under his burden, and the wilderness from the river ox.

wouldest forbear to help him, Euphrates: because their cattle Jer. II, 23. I will also break in thou shalt surely help with him. Weie multiplied in the land of pieces with thee the shepherd and Gilead.

his flock; and with thee will I PASTURE GROUND. Job xxiv, 3. They drive away brcak in pieces the husbandman

Gen. xlvii, 4. They said morethe ass of the fatherless, they and his yoke of oxen; and with over unto Pharaoh, For to sojourn take the widow's ox for a pledge. thee will I break in pieces cap- in the land are we come; for thy tains and rulers.

servants have no pasture for their Job xlii, 12. So the Lord blessed

Hos. iv, 16. For Israel slideth focks; for the famine is sore in the latter end of Job more than back as a'backsliding heifer: now the land of Canaan: now therefore, his beginning: for he had fourteen the LORD will feed them as a lamb we pray thee, let thy servants thousand sheep, and six thousand in a large place.

dwell in the land of Goshen. camels, and a thousand yoke of oxen, and a thousand she asses. Luke xiv, 19. And another said, Num. xxxii, 1-5. Now the chilPs. lxxviii, 48. He gave up and I go to prove them; I pray of Gad had a very great multitude

I have bought five yoke of oxen, dren of Reuben and the children their cattle also to the hail , and thee have me excused.

of cattle: and when they saw the their flocks to hot thunderbolts.

land of Jazer, and the land of 18a, vil, 21. And it shall come to

Gilead, that, behold, the place was

STATUTE. pass in that day, that a man

a place for cattle; The children of shall nourish a young cow, and

Ecod. xxi, 28-36. If an ox gore Gad and the children of Reuben two sheep

a man or a woman, that they die: came and spake unto Moses, and

then the ox shall be surely stoned, to Eleazar the priest, and unto tho OX,

and his flesh shall not be eaten; princes of the congregation, say:

but the owner of the ox shall be ing, Ataroth, and Dibon, and USED FOR LABOUR.

quit. But if the ox were wont to Jazer, and Nimrah, and Heshbon, Num. vii, 3. And they brought push with his horn in time past, and Elealeh, and Shebam, and their offering before the LORD, six and it hath been testified to his Nebo,

and Beon, Eren the councovered wagons, and twelve oxen; owner, and he hath not kept him try which the LORD sinote before


the congregation of Israel, is a Ezek. XXV, 4. ... They shall eat 1 Kin. 1, 9. And Adonijah slew land for cattle, and thy servants thy fruit, and they shall drink thy sheep and oxen and fat cattle by have cattle: Wherefore, said they, milk.

the stone of Zoheleth, which is by if we have found grace in thy

En-rogel, and called all his breth sight, let this land be given unto MILK AND HONEY, ren the king's sons, and all the thy servants for a possession, and


men of Judah the king's serbring us not over Jordan.


Deut. vi, 3. Hear therefore, O Isa. xlix, 9. That thou mayest Israel, and observe to do it; that

1 Kin. iv, 23. Ten fat oxen, and say to the prisoners, Go forth; to it may be well with thee, and twenty oxen out of the pastures, them that are in darkness, Shew that ye may increase mightily, as and an hundred sheep, beside yourselves. They shall feed in the LORD God of thy fathers hath harts, and roe-bucks, and fallowthe ways, and their pastures shall promised thee, in the land that deer, and fatted fowl. be in all high places.

floweth with milk and honey. 2 Chron. xviii, 2. And after cer DAIRY PRODUCE. Deut. xi, 9. And that ye may tain years he went down to Ahab

And Ahab killed Gen. xviii , 8. And he took butter, which the LORD sware unto your sheep and oxen for him in abund

prolong your days in the land, to Samaria. and milk, and the calf which he had fathers to give unto them and to ance, and for the people that he dressed, and set it before them; their seed, a land that floweth had with him, and persuaded and he stood by them under the with milk and honey.

him to go up with him to Ramothtree, and they did eat.

Deut. xxvi, 15. Look down from

gilead. Gen. xxxi, 15. Thirty milch thy holy habitation, from heaven,

Neh. v, 18. Now that which was camels with their colts, forty kine, and bless thy people Israel, and prepared for me daily was one ox, and ten bulls, twenty she asses, the land which thou hast given and six choice sheep. and ten foals.

us, as thou swarest unto our Prov. vii, 22. He goeth after Gen. xlix, 12. .. . And his teeth fathers, a land that floweth with her straightway, as an ox goeth white with milk. milk and honey.

to the slaughter, or as a fool to the Deut. xxxii, 14. Butter of kine, Deut. xxvii, 3. And thou shalt correction of the stocks. and milk of sheep, with fat or write upon them all the words of

Prov. xv, 17. Better is a dinner lambs, and rams of the breed of this law, when thou art passed of herbs where love is, than a Bashan, and goats, with the fat of over, that thou mayest go in unto stalled ox and hatred therewith. kidneys of wheat; and thou didst the land which the LORD thy God

Isa, xxii, 13. And behold joy and drink the pure blood of the grape. giveth thee, a land that floweth

Judges iv, 19. And he said unto with milk and honey; as the LORD gladness, slaying oxen and killing her, Give me, I pray theo, a little God of thy fathers hath promised wine!' let us eat and drink, tor to

thee. water to drink; for I am thirsty.

morrow we shall die. And she opened a bottle of milk, Deut. xxxi, 20. For when I shall

Jer. xi, 19. But I was like a and gave him drink, and covered have brought them into the land lamb or an ox that is brought to him.

which I sware unto their fathers, the slaughter; and I knew not Judges, v, 25. He asked water, that floweth with milk and honey; that they had devised devices and sho gave him milk; she and they shall have eaten and against me. brought forth butter in a lordly filled themselves, and waxen fat; dish. then will they turn unto other

Jer. xlvi, 20, 21. Egypt is like 1 Sam. xvii, 18. And carry these gods, and serve them, and provoke a very fair heifer, but destruction

cometh; it cometh out of the ten cheoses unto the captain of me, and break my covenant.

north. Also her hired men are in their thousand, and look how thy

Jer. xi, 5. That I may perform the midst of her like fatted bullbrethren fare, and take their the oath which I have stvorn un- ocks; for they also are turned pledge.

to your fathers, to give them a back, and are flod away together: 2 Sam. xvii, 29. ... And sheep, land Nowing with milk and honey, they did not stand, because the and cheese of kine, for David, and as it is this day.

day of their calamity was come for the people that were with him, Jer. xxxii, 22. And hast given upon them, and the time of their to eat: for they said, The people them this land, which thou didst visitation. is hungry, and weary, and thirsty, swear to their fathers to give them,

Jer. I, 27. Slay all her bullocks; in the wilderness. a land flowing with milk and

let them go down to the slaughter: Job x, 10. Ilast thou not poured honey.

woe unto them! for their day is me out as milk, and curdled me

Ezek. xx, 6, 15. In the day that I come, the time of their visitation. like cheese? lifted up mine hand unto them,

Matth, xxii, 4, ... My oxen and Job xxix, 6. When I washed my to bring them forth of the land of steps with butter, and the rock Egypt into a land that I had espied my fatlings are killed, and all poured me out rivers of oil. for them, flowing with milk and things are ready. . Ps. lv, 21. The words of his lands. Yet also I lifted up my honey, which is the glory of all

HORN. mouth were smoother than butter, hand unto them in the wilderness, but war was in his heart.

EMBLEM OF POWER, PRIDE, AND that I would not bring them into Prov. xxx, 33. Surely the churn- the land which I had given them, ing of milk bringeth forth butter. flowing with milk and honey,

1 Sam, ii, 1. And Hannah prayIsa. Ix, 16. Thou shalt also suck which is the glory of all lands.

ed, and said, My heart rejoiceth the milk of the Gentiles, and shalt

in the LORD, mine horn is exalted suck the breast of kings: and thou KILLED FOR FOOD.

in the LORD; my mouth is enlarged shalt know that I the LORD am

1 Sam. xiv, 34. And Saul said, over mine enemies; because I rethy Saviour and thy Redeemer, Disperse yourselves among the joice in thy salvation. the mighty One of Jacob.

people, and say unto them, Bring 2 Sam. xxii, 3. The God of my Lam. iv, 7. Her Nazarites were me hither every man his ox, and rock; in him will I trust; he is my purer than snow, they were whiter every man his sheep, and slay shield, and the born of my salvathan milk. them here, and eat.

ition, my high tower, and my re


fuge, my Saviour; thou savest me the horns of the Gentiles, which 2 Chron xxx, 24. For Hezekiah from violence.

lifted up their horn over the land king of Judah did give to the con1 Kings xxii, 11. And Zedekiah of Judah to scatter it.

gregation a thousand bullocks the son of Chenaanah made him

Luke i, 69. And hath raised up the princes gave to the congrega

and seven thousand sheep; and horns of iron: and he said, Thus an horn of salvation for us in the tion a thousand bullocks and ten saith the LORD, With these shalt house of his servant David. thou push the Syrians, until thou

thousand sheep: and a great

Rev. v, 6. And I beheld, and, 10, number of priests sanctified themhave consumed them.

in the midst of the throne and of selves P3. Ixix, 31. This also shall the four beasts, and in the midst please the Lord better than an ox of the elders, stood a Lamb as it the latter end of Job more than

Job xlii, 12. So the LORD blessed or bullock that hath horns and had been slain, having seven his beginning: for he had fourteen hoofs.

horns and seven eyes, which are thousand sheep. . Ps. lxxv, 4, 5, 10. I said unto the the seven Spirits of God sent forth fools, Deal not foolishly: and to the into all the earth.

Isa, xvi, 1. Send ye the lamb to

the ruler of the land from Sela to wicked, Lift not up the horn: Lift Rev.xiii, 1, 11. And I stood upon the wilderness, unto the mount of not up your horn on high: speak the sand of the sea, and saw a beast the daughter of Zion. not with a stiff neck. All the rise up out of the sea, having seven horns of the wicked also will I cut heads and ten horns, and upon

WOOL. off; but the horns of the righteous his horns ten crowns, and upon his E.cod. xxv, 5. And rams' skins shall be exalted.

heads the name of blasphemy. dyed red, and badgers' skins, and Ps. lxxxix, 17, 24. For thou art And I beheld another beast com- shittim wood. the glory of their strength; and in ing up out of the earth; and he Judges vi, 37. Behold, I will put thy favour our horn shall be ex- had two horns like a lamb, and a fleece of wool in the floor, and alted. But my faithfulness and he spake as a dragon.

if the dew be on the fleece only, my mercy shall be with him: and Rev. xvii, 12. And the ten horns and it be dry upon all the earth in my name shall his horn be ex- which thou sawest are ten kings, beside, then shall I know that alted.

which have received no kingdom thou wilt save Israel by mine Ps. cxii, 9. He hath dispersed, as yet; but receive power as kings hand, as thou hast said. he hath given to the poor; his one hour with the beast.

Job xxxi, 20. If his loins have righteousness endureth for ever;

not blessed me, and if he were his horn shall be exalted with THE FLOOK. not warmed with the fleece of my honour.


sheep. P3. cxlviil, 14. He also exalteth

Prov. xxxi, 13. She seeketh wool, the horn of his people, the praise


Gen. xiii, 5. And Lot also, of all his saints; eren of the chil

and flax, and worketh willingly

with her hands. dren of Israel, a people near unto tlocks, and herds, and tents. which went with Abram, had

Exek. xxxiv, 3. Ye eat the fat him. Praise ye the LORD.

and ye clothe you with the wool, Jer, xlviii, 25. The horn of Moab Gen. xxiv, 35. And the LORD

blessed master

ye kill them that are fed; but yo is cut off, and his arın is broken, and he is become great: and he / feed not the flock. saith the LORD. hath given him flocks, and herds,

Heb. xi, 37. They were stoned, Amos vi, 13. Ye which rejoice and silver, and gold, and men they were sawn asunder, were in a thing of nought, which say, servants, and maiaservants, and tempted, were slain with

the Have we not taken to us horns by our own strength? camels, and asses.

sword: they wandered about in

sheepskins and goatskins; being

Gen. xxvi, 14. For he had posHORN, A PROPHETIC

session of flocks, and possession of destitute, afflicted, tormented.

herds, and great store of servants: SYMBOL,

FLESI. and the Philistines envied him. Dan, vil, 8, 24. I considered the Exod. x, 9. And Moses said, We made haste, and took two hun

1 Sam. XXV, 18. Then Abigail horns, and, behold, there came up will go with our young and with among them another little horn, our old, with our sons and with dred loaves, and two bottles of before whom there were three of our daughters, with

our flocks and wine, and five sheep ready dressthe first horns plucked up by the with our herds will we go; for we

ed. roots: and, behold, in this horn must hold a feast unto the LORD.

1 Kin. i, 19. And he hath slain were eyes like the eyes of man,

oxen and fat cattle and sheep in and a mouth speaking great things.

1 Sam. xxv, 2. And there was a And the ten horns out of this man in Maon, whose possessions abundance, and hath called all the

sons of the king, and Abiatharthe kingdom are ten kings that shall were in Carmel; and the man was arise: and another shall rise after very great, and he had three priest, and Joab the captain of the them; and he shall be diverse from thousand sheep, and a thousand host: but Solomon thy servant

hath he not called. goats. the first, and he shall subdue three

Neh. V, 18. Now that which kings.

2 Sam. xii, 2. The rich man nad exceeding

Ilocks many

was prepared for me daily was one

and Zech. i, 18, 19, 21. Then lifted I

ox and six choice sheep; also herds. up mine eyes, and saw, and be

fowls were prepared for me, and hold four horns. And I said unto

2 Kin. iil, 4. And Mesha king of once in ten days store of all sorts

Moab was the angel that talked with me,

a sheepmaster, and of wine: yet for all this required What be these? And he answered rendered unto the king of Israel not I the bread of the governor, me, These are the horns which an hundred thousand lambs, and because the bondage was heavy have scattered Judah, Israel, and an hundred thousand rams, with upon this people. Jerusalem. Then said I, What the wool.

Isa. xxil, 13. And behold joy come these to do? And he spake, 2 Chron. xiv, 15. They smote and gladness, .

and saying, These are the horns which also the tents of cattle, and carried killing sheep, eating flesh, and have scattered Judah, so that no away sheep and camels in abun- drinking wine: let us eat and man did lift up his head: but th 25 dance, and returned to Jerusa- drink: for to morrow we shall are come to fray them, to cast outlem.


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