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Num, xxil, 13, 14. And Balaam blessed them: and Laban departed, kneeled down on the shore, and rose up in the inorning, and suid and returned unto his place. prayed. And when we hari taker unto the princes of Balak, Get you Num. xxii, 13, 14. And Balaam our leave one of another, we took into your land; for the LORD ro

rose up in the morning, and said ship; and they returned Lome fuseth to give me leave to go with unto the princes of Balak, Get you again. you. And the princes of Moab into your land; for the Lord rerose up, and they went unto

fuseth to give me leave to go with Balak, and said, Balaam refuseth you. And the princes of Moab

THE JOURNEY. to come with us. roso up, and they went unto

Gen. xi, 31, 32. And Terah took

tht Judges viii, 29. And Jerubbaal Balak, and said, Balaam refuseth Abram his son, and Lot tho son of Joash, went and dwell to come with us.

son of Haran his son's son, and in his own house.

Sarai his daughter-in-law, his

Ruth 7--9, 14. Wherefore she son Abram's wife; and they went Ruth 1, 7, 8. Wherefore she went forth out of the place where forth with them from Ur of the went forth out of the place where she was, and her two daughters- Chaldees, to go into the land of she was, and her two daughters in-law with her; and they went Canaan: 'and they came unto in-law with her: and they went on on their way to return unto the Haran, and dwelt there. And The way to return unto the land of land of Judalı. And Naomi said the days of Terah'were two hunJudah. And Naomi said unto her unto her two daugliters-in-law, dred and five years: and Terah two daughters-in-law, Go, return Go, return each to her mother's died in laran. each to her mother's house: the house: the Lord deal kindly with LORD deal kindly with you, as yo you, as ye have dealt with the

Gen. xii, 4-9. So Abram dehave dealt with the dead, and with dead, and with me. The LORD parted, as the LORD had spoken me.

grant you that ye may find rest, unto him; and Lot went with 1 Sam. xxvii, 7. And the time each of you in the house of her lim: and Abram was seventy and that David dwelt in the country husband. Then she kissed then; five years old when he departed of the Philistines was a full year and they lifted up their voice, and out of Haran. And Abram took and four months.

wept. And they lifted up their Sarai his wife, and Lot his 2 Sam. xix, 36. Thy servants voice, and wept again: and Orpah brother's son, and a!l their sub. will go a little way over Jordan kissed her mother-in-law, but stance that they had gathered

and the souls that they had with the king: and why should the Ruth clave unto her. king recompense it me with such 2 Sam. xix, 39. And all the forth to go into the land of

gotten in Ilaran; and they went a reward? people went over Jordan. And

Canaan; and into the land of 2 Kings iv, 12, 13. And he said when the king was come over, Canaan they came. And Abram to Gehazi his servant, Call this the king kissed Barzillai, and passed through the land unto the Slunamite,

And when he had blessed him; and he returned place of Sichem, unto the plain of called her, she stood before him. unto his own place.

Moreh. And the Canaanite was And he said unto him, Say now

1 Kings xix, 20. And he [Elisha] then in the land. And the LORD unto her, Behold, thou hast been left the oxen, and ran after Elijah, appeared unto Abram, and said, careful for us with all this care; and said, Let me, I pray thee, kies Unto thy seed will I give th 8 what is to be done for thee? my father and my mother, and land; and there builded he an wouldest thou be spoken for to the then I will follow thee. And he altar anto the LORD, who appeared king, or to the captain

of the host? said unto him, Go back again: for unto him. And he removed from And she answered, I dwell among what have I done to thee?

thence unto a mountain on the mine own people.

2 Kings v, 19. And he said unto east of Beth-el, and pitched his 2 Kings v, 19. And he said unto him, Go in peace. So he departed tent, having Beth-el on the west, him, Go in peace, So he departed from him a little way.

and 'llai on the east: ..... And from him a little way.

Neh. ii, 6. And the king said Abram journeyed, going on still Neh. ii, 6. And the king said unto me (the queen also sitting toward the south. unto me, (the queen also sitting by him,) For how long shall thy Gen. xiii, 11. Then Lot chose by him,) For how long shall thy journey be? and when wilt thou him all the plain of Jordan; and Journey be? and when wilt thou return? So it pleased the king to Lot journeyed east: and they return? So it pleased the king to send me; and I set him a time. separated themselves tho send me; and I set him a time. Luke ix, 61. And another also from the other.

Isa. xxxvil, 37. So Sennacherib said, Lord, I will follow thee; but Gen. XX, 1. And Abraham king of Assyria departed, and let me first go bid them farewell journeyed from thence toward the went and returned, and dwelt at which are at home at my house. south country, and dwelled beNineveh.

Acts xx, 1, 36-38. And after the twveen Kadesh and shur, and THE FAREWELL.

uproar was ceased, Paul called sojourned in Gerar.

unto him the disciples, and em- Gen. xxxii, 3-5. And Jacob sent Gen. xviil, 16. And the men rose braced them, and departed for to messengers before him to Esau up from thence, and looked toward go into Macedonia. And when he his brother, unto the land of Seir, Sodoin: and Abraham went with had thus spoken, he kneeled down, the country of Edom. And he them to bring them on the way. and prayed with them all. And commanded them, saying. Thus

Gen. xxxi, 20, 22, 23, 55. And they all wept sore, and fell on shall ye speak unto my lord Esau; Jacob stole away unawares to Paul's neck, and kissed him, Sor. Thy servant Jacob saith thus, i Laban the Syrian, in that he told rowing most of all for the words have sojourned with Laban, and hinn not that he fed. And it was

which he spake, that they should stayed there until now: And I told Laban on the third day, that : see his face no more. And they have oxen, and asses, flocks, and Jacob was fled. And he took his , accompanied him unto the ship. men - servants, and women -serbretbren with him, and pursued Acts xxi, 5, 6. And when we had vants: and I have sent to tell my after him seven days journey; accomplished those days, we de- lord, that I may find grace in thy and they overtook him in the parted and went our way; and sight. mount Gllead. And early in the they all brought us on our way, Gen. xxxii, 12, 14, 16. And he morning Laban rose up, and kissed with wives and children, till we said, Let us take our journey, and · his sons and his daughters, and were out of the city: and wo let us go, and I will 60 beforo

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thee. Let my lord, I pray thee, Ites fled to Gittaim, and were | Pamphylia: and John, departing pass over before his servant; and sojourners until this day.

from them, returned to JeruI will lead on softly, according as the cattle that goeth before me the Gileadito came down from

2 Sam. xix, 31. And Barzillai salem. and the children be able to en- Rogelim, an went over Jordan INQUIRY AS TO THE WAY. dure, until I come unto my lord

with the king, to conduct him unto Seir, And Esau said, Let

1 Sam. ix, 11, 12, 18. And as over Jordan.

they went up the bill to the city, me now leave with thee some of the folk that are with me. And

1 Kings xviii, 6. So they divid- they found young maidens going he said, What needeth it? let me

ed the land between them, to pass out to draw water, and said anto And grace in the sight of my throughout it: Ahab went one them, 13 the seer here? And lord.

way by himself, and Obadiah went they answered them, and said,
another way by himself.

He is; behold, he is before you:
Gen. xll, 45, 46. And Pharaoh

2 Kings ii, 25. And he went called Joseph's namo Zephnath

make haste now, for he came toparneah; and he gave him to wife from thence to mount Carmel; day to the city; for there is a Asenath, the daughter of Poti- and from thence he returned to sacrifice of the people to-day in Samaria.

the high place. Then Saul drew pherah priest of On. And Joseph

near to Samuel in the gate, and went out over all the land of 2 Chron. viil, 1-3. And it came said, Tell me, I pray thee, where Egypt. (And Joseph was thirty to pass at the end of twenty the seer's house is. years old when he stood before years, wherein Solomon had built Pharaoh king of Egypt.) And the house of the LORD, and his own Eccles. x, 15. The labour of the Joseph went out from the pre- house, That the cities which foolish wearieth every one sence of Pharaoh, and went Haram had restored to Solomon, them, because he knoweth not throughout all the land of Solomon built them, and caused how to go to the city. Egypt.

the children of Israel to dwell Acts x, 17, 18. Now, while Peter

there. And Solomon went to doubted' in himself what this Gen. xlv, 18. And take your Hamath - zobah, and prevailed vision which he had seen should father and your louseholds, and come unto me; and I will give you against it.

mean, behold, the men which were the good of the land of Egypt, Neh. 11,7-9. Moreover, I said sent from Cornelius had made and ye shall eat the fat of the unto the king, if it please the enquiry for Simon's house, and land.

king, let letters be given me to the stood before the gate, And called, Gen. xlvi, 28. And he sent governors beyond the river, that and asked whether Simon, which

was surnamed Peter, were lodged Judah before him unto Joseph, to they may convey me over, till I

there. direct his face unto Goshen; and come into Judah; And a letter they came into the land of unto A saph the keeper of the

MEANS OF TRAVEL. Goshen.

king's forest, that he may give

me timber to make beams for the Gen. xlil, 25. Then Joseph comGen. xlvil

, 21. And as for the gates of the palace which ap- manded to fill their sacks with people, he cities from one end of the borders pertained to the house, and for corn, and to restore every man's of Egypt even to the other end the wall of the city, and for the money into his sack, and to give thereof.

house that I shall enter into them provision for the way: and Num, xxu, 39. And Baalim went ing to the good hand of my God

And the king granted me, accord- thus did he unto them. with Balak, and they came uuto upon me. Then I came to the commanded, this do ye; Take you

Gen. xlv, 19-21. Now thou art Kirjath-huzoth.

governors beyond the river, and waggons out of the land of Egypt Judges i, 16. And the children

gave them the king's letters, for your little ones, and for your of the Kenite, Moses' father-in- Now the king had sent captains wives, and bring your father, and law, went up 'out of the city of of the army, and horsemen with come. Also regard not your stuff: palm-trees with the children of

for the good of all the land of Judah Into the wilderness of Çant. vii, 11. Come, my belov- Egypt is yours. And the children Jndah, which lleth in the south of ed, let us go forth into the field: of Israel did so: and Joseph gave Arad; and they went and dwelt let us lodge in the villages. them wagons, according to the among the people.

Jer. xl, 6. Then went Jeremiah commandment of Pharaoh, and Judges iv, 11. Now Heber the unto Gedaliah the son of

gave them provision for the way. Kenite, which was of the children to Mizpah, and dwelt with him Mark vi, 8, 9. And commanded of Hobab, the father-in-law of among the people that were left them that they should take nothMoses, had severed himself from in the land.

ing for their journey, save a staff the Kenites, and pitched his tent Ezek. xii, 10, 11. Say thou unto only; no scrip, no bread, no money unto the plain of Zaanaim, which them, Thus saith the Lord God, in their purse: But be shod 3 by Kedesh.

This burden concerneth the prince with sandals, and not put on two Ruth 1, 2. And the name of the of Israel that are among them.

in Jerusalem, and all the house coats. man was Elimelech, and the name say, I am your sign: like as I have them, Take nothing for your

Luke ix, 3, 4. And he said unto of his wife Naomi, and the name done, 80 shall it be done unto journey, neither staves, nor scrip, of his two sons Mahlon and them: they shall remove, and go neither bread, neither money; Chilion, Ephrathites of Beth- into captivity. lehem - judah. And they came

neither have two coats apiece. into the country of Moab, and speak to the people this parable; into, there abide, and thence de

Like xx, 9. Then began he to And whatsoever house ye enter continued there.

A certain man planted a vineyard, part. 2 Sam. 11, 8. And his men that and let it forth to husbandmen, Luke xxii, 35. And he said unto were with him, did David bring and went into & far country for a them, When I sent you without up every man with his household, long time.

purse, and scrip, and shoes, lacked and they dwelt in the cities of

Acts xiii, 13. Now when Paul ye any thing?' And they said, Hebron.

and his company loosed from Nothing. 2 Sam. Iv, 3. And the Beeroth-1 Paphos, they came to Perga in Acts xxi, 15. And after those

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days we took up our carriages, camo unto the man of God to stranger, or a sojourner; that he ind went up to Jerusalem. mount Carmel. And it came to may live with thee.

pass, when the man of God saw THE MEETING.

Judges xix, 20. And the old her afar off, that he said to Gehazi man said, Peace be with thee: Gen. xiv, 17. And the king of his servant, Behold, yonder is howsoever, let all thy wants lie Sodom went out to meet him after that Shunammite.

upon me; only lodge not in the bis return from the slaughter of Chedorlaomer, and of the kings

2 Kings x, 15, 16. And when he street. that were with him, at the valley on Jehonadab the son of Rechab thou art athirst, go unto the

Ruth il, 9, 14. ... . And when was departed thence, he lighted of Shaveh, which is the king's coming to meet him; and he vessels, and drink of that which dale. saluted him, and said to him, Is

the young men have drawn. Gen. xxxi, 25. Then Laban over, thine heart right, as my heart is And she [Ruth] sat beside the took Jacob. Now Jacob had with thy heart? And Jehonadab

reapers: and he reached her pitched his tent in the mount: answered, it is. if it be, give me parched corn, and she did eat, and and Laban with his brethren thine hand. And he gave him was sufficed, and left. pitched in the mount of Gilead.

his hand; and he took him up to 1 Kings xviii, 13. Was it not told Gen. xxxiil, 1-3. And Jacob him into the chariot. And he my lord what I did when Jezebel lifted up his eyes, and looked, and said, Come with me, and see my slew the prophets of the LORD, behold, Esan came, and with him zeal for the LORD. So they made how I hid an hundred men of the four hundred

men.
And he him ride in his chariot,

LORD's prophets by fifty in a cave, divided the children unto Leah, Jer. xli, 6. And Ishmael the son

and fed them with bread and and unto Rachel, and unto the of Nethaniah went forth from

water? two handmaids. And he put the Mizpah to meet them, weeping Isa. xxi, 14. The inhabitants of handmaids and their children all along as he went: and it came the land of Tema brought water foremost, and Leah and her chil- to pass, as he met them, he said to him that was thirsty, they prodren after, and Rachel and Joseph unto them, Come to Gedallah the vented with their bread him that hindermost. And he passed over son of Ahikam.

fled. before them, and bowed himself to the ground seven times, until

Acts xxviii, 15. And from thence,

Matth. XXV, 35-40. For I was an when the brethren heard of us, hungered, and ye gave me meat: he came near to his brother. Num. xxii, 36. And when Balak they came to meet us far as Appii I was thirsty, and ye gave me

Forum, and the Three Taverus: drink: I was a stranger, and yo heard that Balaam was come, he whom when Paul saw, he thanked took me in. Naked, and ye went out to meet him unto a city, God, and took courage.

clothed me: I was sick, and ye of Moab, which is in the border of

visited me: I was in prison, and Arnon, which is in the utmost

REFRESHMENTS BY THE

ye came unto me. Then shall tho coast.

righteous answer him, saying,

WAY. Num. xxxi, 13. And Moses, and

Lord, when saw we thee an hunEleazar the priest and all the

Gen. xlil, 27. And as one of them gered, and fed thee or thirsty, and princes of the congregation, went opened his sack, to give his ass gave thee drink? When saw we forth to meet them without the provender in the inn, he espied thee a stranger, and took thee in? camp.

his money; for, behold, it was in or naked, and clothed theet Or 1 Sam. ix, 14. And they went up his sack's mouth.

when saw we thee sick, or in into the city; and when they were Judges xvill, 15. Aud they turn- prison, and came unto thee? And come into the city, behold, samuel ed thitherward, and came to the the King shall answer and say came out against them, for to go house of the young man tlie Levite, unto them, Verily I say unto you, up to the high place. even unto the house of Micah, and Inasmuch as ye have done it unto

one of the least of these my breth1 Sam. xv, 12. And when Samuel saluted him. 10se early to meet Saul in the 2 Sam. XVI, 14. And the king, ren, ye have done it unto me. morning, it was told Samuel, say- and all the people that were with

Rom. xil, 13. Distributing to the ing, Saul came to Carmel, and, him, came weary, and refreshed necessity of saints; given to behold, he set him up a place, and themselves there.

hospitality. is gone about, and passed on, and

1 Peter iv, 9. Use hospitality gone to Gilgal.

HOSPITALITY.

one to another without grudging, 1 Sam, xxv, 20. And it was 80, Gen. xvIII, 3-5. And said, My

3 John 5, 6. Beloved, thon doest as she rode on the ass, that she Lord, if now I have found favour faithfully whatsoever thou doest came down by the covert of the in thy sight, pass not away, I pray to the brethren, and to strangers; hill, and, behold, David and his thee, from thy servant.

Let &

Which have borne witness of thy men came down against her, and little

water, I pray you, he fetched, charity before the church; whom she met them.

and wash your feet, and rest your if thou bring forward on their 1 Kings i, 14, 22. Behold, while selves under the tree: And I will journey after a godly sort, thou thou yet talkest there with the fetch a morsel of bread, and com-shalt do well. king, I also will come in after fort ye your hearts.

UNKIND RECEPTION. thee, and confirm thy words. And, Gen. xix, 2. And he said, Behold lo, while she yet talked with the now, my lords, turn in, I pray you, water to the weary to drink, and

Job xxii, 7. Thou hast not given king, Natban the prophet also into your servant's house, and thou hast withholden bread from came in.

tarry all night, and wash your the hungry. 1 Kings xviii, 16. So Obadiah feet, and ye shall rise up early, went to meet Ahab, and told him: and go on your ways. And they hungered, and ye gave me no

Matth. xxv, 42-45. For I was an and Ahab went to meet Elijah. said, Nay; but we will abide in the

meat: I was thirsty, and ye gave 1 Kings xxii, 2. And it came to street all night.

me no drink: I was a stranger, pasg in the third year, that Jeho- Lev. XXV, 35. And if thy brother and ye took me not in: naked, and ihaphat the king of Judah came be waxen 'poor, and fallen in de- ye clothed me not: sick, and in down to the king of Israel,

cay with thee; then thou shalt re- prison, and yo visited me not, 2 Kings iv, 25 So she went, and I love him: yea, though he be a Thon shall they also answer him,

of full.

saying, Lord, when sat we theo / with us onto James; and all these called masters, for one is your an hungered, or athirst, or a elders were present.

Mas'er, even Christ, stranger, or naked, or sick, or in

Luke x, 5 6. And into whatsoprison, and did not minister unto

COURTESY, &c.

ever house ye enter, first say, thee? Then shall he answer

Ruth il, 13. Then she said, Let Peace be to this house. And if them, saying, Verily I say unto me find favour in thy sight, my the son of peace be there, your you, Ínasmuch as ye did it not to lord; for that thou hast comforted peace shall rest upon it. If not, it one of the least of these, ye did it me, and for that thou hast spoken shall turn to you again. not to me.

friendly unto thine hundmaid, 2 John 1, 2, 12. The elder unto

though I be not like unto one of the elect lady and her children, KIND RECEPTION. thine bandmaidens.

whom I love in the truth; and Gen. xix, 3. And he pressed

1 Kings xviii, 7, 8. And as not I only, but also all they that upon them greatly; and they turu-Obadiah was in the way, behold, have known the truth; For the ed in unto him, and entered into Elijah met him: and he knew him truth's sake, whicli dwelleth in feast, and did bako unleavened and fell on his face, and said, Art us, and shall be with us for ever:

thou that my lord Elijah? And he IIaving many things to write bread, and they did eat. answered him, I am: go, tell thy unto you, I would not write

with paper and ink; but I trust Gen. xxiv, 17, 18. And the ser- lord, Behold, Elijah is here.

to come unto you, and speak vant ran to meet her, and said,

2 Kings xx, 12--15. At that time face to face, that our joy may be Let me, I pray thee, drink a little

Berodach - baladan, the son water of thy pitcher. And she

Baladan, king of Babylon, sent said, Drink, my lord: and she letters and a present uuto Heze

3 John 1, 2, 13, 14. The elder has'ed, and let down her pitcher kiah: for he had beard that whom I love in the truth. Be

unto the well-beloved Gaius, upon her hand, and gave him

Hezekiah had been sick, And drink. Hezekiah hearkened unto them, that thou mayest prosper and be

loved, I wish above all things Gen. xliil, 16, 17, 24. And when and shewed them all the house of Joseph saw Benjamin with them, his precious things, the silver,

in health, even as thy soul proshe said to the ruler of his house, and the gold, and the spices, and write, but I will not with ink and

pereth. I had many things to Bring these men home, and slay, the precious ointment, and all the and make ready; for these men shall house of his armour, and all that I shall shortly so thee, and we

pen write unto thee: But I trust dine with me at noon. And the was found in his treasures: there shall speak face to face. Peace man did as Joseph bade; and was nothing in his house, nor in be to thee. Our friends salute the man brought the men into all his dominion, that Hezekiahı

thee. Greet the friends by Joseph's house. And the man shewed 'them not. Then carne

name. brought the men into Joseph's Isaiah the prophet unto king house, and gave them water, and Hezekiah, and said unto him,

SALUTATIONS. they washed their feet; and be What said these men? and from Gen. xliil, 27, 28. And lie asked gave their asses provender. whence came they unto thee? And them of their welfare, and said, Is Judges iv, 19. And he said unto Hezekiah said, They are come your father well

, the old man of her, Give me, I pray thoe, a little from a far country, even from

whom ye spake? Is he yet alive? water to drink; for I am thirsty. Babylon. And he said, What And they answered, Thy servant And she opened a bottle of milk, have they seen in thine house? our father is in good health, he is and gave him drink, and covered And Hezekiah answered, all the yet alive: and they bowed down bim, things that are in mine house have their heads, and made obeisance.

2 Kings iv, 26. Run now, I pray him into his house, and gave pro- my treasures that I have not théo, to meet ber; and say unto

Judges xix, 21. So he brought they seen: there is nothing among vender unto the asses: and they

ber, Is it well with thee? is it well washed their feet, and did eat and l.

Exra vil, 12. Artaxerxes, king with thy husband? is it well with drink,

of kings, unto Ezra the priest, a the child? And she answered, it 2 Sam. xi, 8. And David said to scribe of the law of the God of is weni. Uriah, Go down to thy house, and heaven, perfect peace, and at such

2 Kings x, 13 Jeho met with a time. wash thy feet. And Uriah de

the brethren of Ahaziah king of parted out of the king's house,

Job xxxli, 21, 22. Let me not, I Judah, and said, Who are ye? and there followed him a mess of pray you, accept any man's person; And they answered, We are the meat from the king.

neither let me give flattering titles brethren of Ahazial; and we go

unto man. For I know not to down to salute the children of 2 Kings 1v, 8. And it fell on a give flattering titles; in so doing the king, and the children of the day, that Elisha passed to Shunem, my Maker would soon take me

queen. where was a great woman and

away. she constrained him to eat bread.

Rom. xvi, 5-15, 21-23. Likewise And so it was, that, as oft as he the king, unto all people, nations; house.

Daniel iv, 1. Nebuchadnezzar greet the church that is in their passed by, he turned in thitler to and languages, that dwell in ail Epenetus, who is the first-fruits

Salute my well-beloved eat bread,

the earth ; Peace be multiplied of Achaia unto Christ. Greet Luke vil, 44. And he turned to unto you.

Mary, who bestowed much labour the woman, and said unto Simon,

Matth. xxIII, 6-10. And love the on us. Salute Andronicus and Seest thou this womau? I entered uppermost rooms at feasts, and Junia,my kinsmen, and my fellowinto thino house, thou gavest me the chief seats in the synagogues. prisoners, who are of nute among no water for my leet: but she hath And greetings in the markets, the apostles, who were also in washed my feet with tears, and and to be called of men, Rabbi, Christ before me. Greet Amplias, wiped them with the liairs of her Rabbi. But be not ye called my beloved in the Lord. Salute bead.

Rabbi: for one is your master, even Urbane, our helper in Christ, and Acts xxl, 17, 18. And when we Christ; and all ye are brethren. Stachys my beloved. Salute were come to Jerusalem, the Anicall no man your father upon A pelles, approved in Christ. brethreu receiiod us gladly. And the earth: for one is your Father Salute them which are of Aristothe day tulluwiu Paul went in I which is in heaven. Neither be bulus' houschold, Salute Ilero.

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dlon my kinsman. Greet them Heb. xlli, 24. Salato all them | teously. Where we found breththat be of the household of Nar- that have the rule over you. ... ren, and were desired to tarry cissus, which are in the Lord.

2 John 13. The children of thy went toward Rome.

with them seven days; and 80 WO Salute Tryphena and Tryphosa, elect sister greet thee. Amen. who labour in the Lord. Salute the beloved Persis, which labour

STRANGERS.
Salute

STAY. ed much in the Lord.

Exod. xii, 49. One law shall be Rufus, chosen in the Lord, and Gen. xxiv, 25. She said moreover to him that is home-born, and unhis mother and nine. Salute unto him, We have both straw to the stranger that sojourneth Asyncritus, Phlegon, Hermas, 4 and provender enough, and room among you. Patrobas, Hermes, and the breth- to lodge in.

Exod. xxii, 21. Thou shalt neiren which are with them. Salute

Judg. xix, 4-9. And his father-ther vex a stranger, nor oppress Philologus, and Julia, Nereus, in-law, the damsel's father, re- him: for yo were strangers in the and his sister, and Olympas, and tained' him; and he abode 'with land of Egypt. all the saints which are with him three days: so they did eat them. Timotheus my work-fel. and drink, and lodged there. And not oppress'a stranger: for yo

Exod. xxiii, 9. Also thou shalt low, and Lucius, and Jason, and it came to pass on the fourth day, know the heart of a stranger, seeSosipater, my kinsmen, salate when they arose early in the ing ye were strangers in the land you. I 'Tertius, who wrote this morning, that he rose up to de- of Egypt. epistle, saluto you in the Lord. part: and the damsel's father said Gaius mine host, and of the unto his son-in-law, Comfort thine

Lev. xix, 33, 34. And if a stranger whole church, saluteth you. heart with a morsel of bread, and sojourn with thee in your land,

But tho Erastus, tho chamberlain of the afterward go your way. And they we shall not. vex him. city, saluteth you, and Quartus a sat down, and did eat and drink stranger that dwelleth with you brother. 1 Cor. xvi, 21. The salutation damsel's father had said unto the him as thyself; fur ye were stranboth of them togetherfor the shall be unto you as one born

among you, and thou shalt lovo of me Paul with mine own hand. man, Be content, I pray thee, and 2 Cor. xill, 12, 13. Greet one an- heart be merry. And when the tarry all night, and let thine gers in the land of Egypt: I am

the LORD your God. other with an holy kiss. All the man rose up to depart, his father

Deut. x, 19. Love ye therefore saints salute you.

in-law urged him; therefore he the stranger: for ye were strangers Phil. iv, 21, 22. Salute every lodged there again. And he in the land of Egypt. saint in Christ Jesus. The breth- arose early in the morning on the 2 Sam. xv, 19, 20. Then said the ren which aro with me greet you. fifth day to depart: and the dam- king to Ittai the Gittite, WhereAll the saints saluto you, chiefly sel's father said, Comfort thine fore goest thou also with us? Rethey that are of Cesar's house- heart, I pray thee. And they turn to thy place, and allile with hold.

tarried until afternoon, and they the king; for iliou art a stranger, Col. iv, 10, 12, 15, 18. Aristarchus did eat both of them. And when and also an exile. Whicreas thou my fellow-prisoner saluteth you, the man rose up to depart, be, camest but yesterday, should I and Marcus, sister's son to Bar and his concubine, and his ser

this day make thee go up and Dabas; (touching whom ye receiv- vant, his father-in-law, the dam- down with us? Seeing I go whither ed commandments: if he come sel's father, said unto himn, Behold, I may, return thou and take back unto you, ruceive him;) Epaphras, now the day draweth toward even thy brethren: mercy and truth be who is one of you, a servant of ing, I pray you tarry all night: with thee. Christ, saluteth you, always la- behold, the day groweth to an

2 Sam. xxii, 45, 46. Strangers bouring ferventiy for you in end; lodge here that thine heart

shall submit themselves unto me: prayers, that ye may stand per- may be merry; and to-morrow get tect and complete in all the will you early on your way, that thou

as soon as they hear, they shall

be obedient unto me. Strangers of God. Salute the brethren mayest go home.

shall fade away, and they shall which are in Laodicea, and 2 Sam. xi, 12. And David said be afraid out of their cluse Nymphas, anil the church which to Uriah, Tarry here to-day also, places. is in his house. The salutation and to-morrow I will let thee deby the hand of me Paul. Remem- part. So Uriah abode in Jerusa- bered all the strangers that were

2 Chron. If, 17. And Solomon nomber my bonds. Grace be with you. lem that day and the morrow. Amen.

in the land of Israel, after the

Luke xxiv, 29. But they con numbering wherewith David his 2 Thess. III, 17. The salutation strained him, saying, Abide with father had numbered them; and of Paul with mine own hand, us; for it is toward evening, and they wore found an hundred and which is the token in every epis- the day is far spent. And he went fifty thousand, and three thoutle: so I write. in to tarry with them.

sand and six hundred. 2 Tim. iv, 19, 21. Salute Prisca Acts xxi, 7, 8, And when we had

2 Chron. XV, 9. And he gathered and Aquila, and the household of Onesipliorus. Do thy diligence finished our course from Tyre, all sudah and Benjamin, and the

with them we came to Ptole mais, and saluted strangers

out of to come before winter. Eubulus greeteth thee, and Pudens, and the brethren, and abode with Ephraim and Manasseh, and out Linus, and Claudia, and all the them one day. And the next day of Simeon: (for they fell to him brethren.

we that were of Paul's company out of Israel in abundance, when Titus ill, 15. All that are with and we entered into the house of was with him.)

departed, and came unto Cesarea: they saw that the LORD his God me salute thee. Greet them that Philip the evangelist, (which was love us in the faith.

Ezek. xxil, 29. The people of the Grace be with you all. Amen.

one of the seven,) and abode with land have used oppression, and hiin.

exercised robbery, and have vexed Philemon 23, 24. There salute Acts xxvili, 7, 14. In the same the poor and needy, yea, they have thee Epaphras, my fellow-prisoner quarters were possessions of the oppressed the stranger wrongin Christ Jesus; Marcus, Aristar- chief man of the island, whose fully. chus, Demas, Lucas, my fellow- name was Publius; who received Luke xxiv,18. And the one of them, labourers.

us, and lodged us three days cour-whose name was Cleopas, answer

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