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TITE BODYIASAN INTEREST the Lord Jesus, that the life also of 1 Sam. X, 23. And they ran and

Jesus might be made manifest in fetched him [Sirul) thenci; and
Rom. vi, 6. 12. Knowing this,
our body.

when lie stood among the people, that our vill man is crucified with 2 Çor. v, 10. For we must all ap. He was higher than any of the peohim, that the body of sin might be pear before the judgment seat of ple from his shoulders and upward. destroyed, that henceforth we Christ; that every one may receive 1 Sam. svii. 4. And there wert should not serve sin. Let not sin the things done in his body out a champion out of the camp therefore reign in your mortal according to that he hath doue, of the Philistines, named Goliath, body, that ye should obey it in whether û be good or balla of Gath, whose height was six the lasts thereof.

Gal. vi, 17. From henceforth let cubile and a span. Rom. viii, 10, 11, 13, 23. And if no man troublo me: for I bear in 2 Kings , 2. An: the Syrians Christ be in you, the body is dead my body the marks of the Lord had gone out by coinpinies, and because of sin; but the Spirit is Jesus.

Ind brought awy captive out of life because of righteousness. But

Phil. 1, 20. According to my die land of Israel a little maid; if the Spirit of him that raised up earnest expectation and my hope, and she waited on Naaman's Jesus from the dead dwell in you, that in nothing I shall be ashame wife. he that raised up Christ irom the ed, but that with all boldness, as 1 Chron. XI, 23. And he slew an dead shall also quicken your mor- always, 80 now also Christ shall Erypriani, a min of great staturo, tal bodies by his Spirit that dwell-be magnified in my boily, whether five cubits high. eth in you. For if ye live after it be by lile, or by death.

Çant. vii, 7, 8. This thy staturo the tlesh, ye shall die: but if yo Phil. ill, 21. Who shall change is like to a palm-tree, and thy throngh the Spirit do mortify the our vile boily, that it may be bre:sts to clusters of grapes. I deeds of the body. ye shall live. fashioned like unto his glorious sail, I will go up to the palm tree, And not only they, but ourselves body, according to the working I will take hold of the bouglas also, which have ihe firstfruits of whereby ho is able even to sub- thereof..... thie Spirit, even we oursolves duo all things unto himself.

Matth. vi. 27. Which of you by groan within ourselves, waiting for the adoption to wit, the re- god of peace' sanctify you wholly; unto his stature?

1 The88. V, 23. And the very taking thonght can add one cubit demption of our body.

and I pray Guit your whole spirit Rom. xii, 1. I beseech you there and soul and boily be preserved | sec Jesns who he was; and could

Luke xix, 3. And he songht to fore, brethren, by the mercies of blameless unto the coming of our God, that ye present your bodies Lord Jesus Christ.

not for the press, because he was

littlo of stature. a living sacrifice, holy, acceptable unto God, which is your reason

WILL BE RAISED AGAIN. able service. (See under Disease and Death.)

SENSES. 1 Cor. vi, 13, 15, 18-20. Meaty

Gen. xxvii, 27. And ho camo for ile belly, and the belly for

near, and kissed him; and ho

STATURE. meats: but God shall destroy both

sinelled the smell of liis raiment, it and them. Now the body is

Gen. vi, 4. There were giants in and blessed him, and said, Seo, not for furnication, but for the the earth in those days; and also the smell of my son is as the Lord; and the Lord 'for the body. after that, when the sons of God sinell of a field which the Lond linow ye not that your bodies came in into the daughters of hath blessed. are the members of Christ? shall men, and they bare children to

E.cod. iv, 11. And the LORD said 1 then take the members of them, the same became mighty unto him, 'Who hath made man's Christ, and make thein the mem

men which were of old, men of re- mouth or who maketh the dumb, bers of an harlot? God forbiu. nown.

or dear, or the seeing, or the Flee tornication. Every sin that Num. xiil, 22, 32. And they wlind? have not I the LORD? a man doetli is without the body; ascende i by the south and came

1 Sam. iii, 11. And the Lond

where Aliman, but he that committeth fornication unto IIebron; sinneth against his own body. Sheshai, and Talmai, the children said to Samuel, Behold, I will do What? know ye not that your of Anak, were. (Now llebron

a thing in Israel, at which both body is the temple of the Holy was built seven years beforo

the ears of every one that heareth

in Egypt.) Ghost which is in you, which ye Zoan


it shall tingle.

they have of God, and yo are not your brought up an evil report of the Job vi, 30. Is there iniqnity in Own? For ye are bought with a land which they had searcher my tongue? cannot my tasto disprice: therefore glorify God in unto the children of Israel, sayiu? cern perverse things? your body. and in your spirit, The land, through which we have

Job xii, 11. Doth not the ear gone to search it is a land that try words and the mouth tasto which are God's.

eateth up the inhabitants thereof; his meat? 1 Cor. vil, 31. There is differ- and all the people that wo saw in ence aiso between a wife and a it are men of a great stature.

Job xxxiv, 3. For the ear trieth virgin. 'The unmarried woman

Worıls, as the mouth tasteth meat. careth for the things of the Lord, Deut. 11, 10, 11, 20. The Emims

Micah vii, 16. The nations shall that she may be lioly both in body dwelt therein in times past, 2 peo

see and be confonn led at all their and in spirit: but she that is mar- ple great, and many, and tall, as might: they shall lay their hand ried careth for the thingy of the the Anakims; Which also were

upon their mouth, their ears shall world, how she may please her accounted giants, as the Anakims;

be deaf. husband,

but the Moabites call them
1 Çor. ix, 27. But I keep under Emims. That also was accounted

my body, and bring it into sub-therein in old time; and the Am-
a land of giants: giants dwelt

Job xx, 23. When he is about to jection: lest that by any means, monites call them Zamzummims.

fill luis belly, God shall cast thio when I have preached to others,

Judges i, 20. And they guve

fury of his wrath upon him, and I myself should be a castaway.

IIebron unio Caleb, as Moses shall rain it upon him whilo he is 2 Çor. iv, 10. Always bearing said: and ho expelled thence the eating. about in the body the dying of three sons of Anak.

Job xxxi, 31. If the mon of my 88

taboracle said not, Oh that we bosom again; and plucked it ont that of tho fruit of his loins, achad of his llesl! Wo cunnot be of his bosoin, anal, boliuld it was curling to the flesh, he would satisfied.

turned again as his other flesh. lisen Christ to sit on his Ps. Xrvii, 2. When the wicked,


Num. xii, 12. Let her not be as eren min enemies and my foes one doul, of whoin the flesh is

Rom. ix. 5. Those are the cuno non me to eat np my flesh, half consumed wlien le coineth

fathers, and of whom as concern. they stumbled and feil. out of his mother's womb.

ing the fesli Christ call, who is Prov. xiii. 23. The righteous Job vi, 12. Is my strength the

over all, God blesou fur ever. cateth to the satisfyin of his strenxth of stones or is iny fleshi

Anucn. soul: but the belly of the wicked of brass?

2 Cor. iv, 11. For we which livo shall want.

Job xiv, 22. But his flesh upon

tre alway delivered unto death Prov. xxvii, 7. The full soul him shall have pain, and his soul

for Jesus' sake, that the life also 1o2tleh an honeycoml): bit to

of Jesus miglit be made manifest within liim shall mourn. tho hungry soul every bitter thing

in our moral flesh. is sweat. Job xxviii 23. Jis nesh shall be

Gal. 'I, 20.. And the lifo Daniel 1, 12-16. Prove thy scr- turn to the days of uis youth.

fresher than a chill's; he shall re- which I nowy live in the flesh I Tants, I bescech tliee, ten dy's;

livo by dre fith of the son of (iod, and let thein give us pulse tot, Luke xxiv, 39. Behold my hands Vlio loved mno, and gave himself and water to drink. Then let our and my feet, that it is I myselt:

for me. corintelunces be looked upon han lle me, and sec; for a spirit Eph. vi, 5. Serrants, be obedient before ther, and the countenance hath not llesh and bones, as ye bec to them that are your masters of the children that eat of the por. mo hive.

inccordin, to the flesh, with fear tion of the king's n'ut: anil as Acts 11, 31. IIo sceing this before

und trembling, in singleness of thousuost, ded witbly servants. spitke of the resurrection of your lieart, as unto Carst. So he consented to them in this Curist, that his soul was not left Pril. i, 22. 24. But if I live in the mutter, and proved them ten in hell, neither lis Aesh did see ilesh, this is the fruit of my litday's. Anlat the en l of ten days corripilon.

bour; yet what I shell choose I wot their countenances appcurcil fairer

not. Nevertheless to abide in the

Eph. V, 29. For no man ever ani filter in flesh than all the

Hesh is more neeful for yoll. chill tren which did mat the portion Mouri-dieth and cherisheth it, even yet luted his own fesh; but

Col. il. 1, 5. For I woull that yo of the kiug's ineat. Thus Melzar

knew what great conflict I havo took a day the portion of their as the Loru the church.

for you, anil for them at 1.0 licet, meat, and the wine that they Blould drtuk; and gave them NAME OF THE WHOLE and for as many as have not seen

my face in the lesh. For though pulse.


I be absent in the flesh, yet am I Micah vi, 14. Thon shalt cat, Gen. Ti, 3. And the LORD said, with you in the spirit joging and but not to be satisfied; and thy My spirit shall not always strive beholding your order, and tho casting down suall be in the midst with man, for that he also is flesh: stedlistness of your faith in of thee; and 1!101 shiut take holl, yet his days shall be an hundred Christ. but still not deliver; and that and twenty years.

1 Pe'er iv, 1. Forasmuch then which to deliverest will I give Ps. xvi, 9. Therefore my heart as Christ hath suttered for us in up to the swuru.

is glad, and my glory rejoiceth: the flesh, arm yourselves likewise Balth. v, 6. Blessed are they my flesh also sball rest in hope. with the same mind: for ho that which do hunger and thirst after righteousness: for they shall be his word, in Gol i have put iny

Ps. Ivi, 4. In God I will praise hath suffured in the desli huth

ceased froin sin. filio.l. John vi, 26, 27. Jesus answered can do unto me.

trust; I will not fear what Mesh them and sail. Verily, verily, I


Ps. Ixxix. 2. Tho dead boilies of MAN NATURE, ESPECIALLY bay into you, Ye seek me, not because ye saw the miracles, but betly servants have they given to

IN TIIE WRITINGS OF canse ye did out of the loves, ani be meat unto the fowls of the

PAUL. were filleil. Labour not for the heaven, the flesh of thy saints un

to the bcasts of the earth, moat which perisheth, but for that

John ill, 6. That which is born meat which en luretli unto ever. Prov. Iv. 22. For they are life of the flesh is flesh; and that lasting lite, which the Son of man unto those that find them, and which is born of the Spirit is shall give unto you: for blin hath health to all their Alush.

spirit. God the Father sa:od.

Eccles. xii, 12. And further, by were in the nesh, the notions of

Rom. vII, 5, 19. 23. For when we 1 Cor. x, 31. Wheticr therefore these. my son, be aimonished: of şe cat, or rias, or wintsoever ye making many books there is no sins, which were by the law, lid do, do all tu ide glory of God.

work in our members to bring end; and much study is a weari

forth fruit unto death. For I know (See under Diet and Dress.) ness of the flosh.

that in me (that is, in my 11: s11.)

Matth. xxvi. 41. Watch and dwelleth no good thinr: for to will CONSTITUENT PARTS OF pray, that ye enter not into

temp is present with me; bit how to tition: the spirit in leed is willing, perform that which is good! I find BODY. but ile ilerl is weak.

not. I think God through Jesus FLES II.

John i, 14. And the Word was Christ our Lord. So then with Gen. 11, 21. And the Lord God mude fleslı, and dwelt among us, the mind I myself serve the 11W caused a deep sleep to fall upon (inl we beheld his glory, the of God; but will the flesh the law Adam, and he slept: and he took glory as of the only begotten of of sin. one of bis ribs, and closed up the tho Futler,) full of grace and Rom. viii, 3-9. For that the Lesh instead thereof. truth.

law could not do, in that it w:19 Excod. iv, 7. And ho said. Put Acts il, 30. Therefore being a weak Hirough the flesli, God thine ban i into thy bosoin again. proplict, and knowing that God sending his own Sun in the likeAnd he put his hand into his hath sworn with an oath to him, ness of sinful fosh, and for sin,


Ezek. vi. 5. And I will Iny the are like Jewels, the work of the brother's blood cricth unto mo dead circuses of the children of hands of a cunuing workının. from the ground, Istul lufore their idols; and I will

Çol. il, 19. And not holding the Deut. xvii. 8. If there arise a scator your bones round about head, from which all the body by matter too hard for tlc in juga your altars.

joints and bands having nour. inent, between blood and blood, Ezek. xxxvii, 1, 3-5, 11. Tho ishnient ministered, and knit between plea ani plexi, and behand of the LORD was upon me, together, increaseth with the tween stroke anıl stroke. being an i carried me out in the spirit of increase of God.

matters of controversy within thy the lon), an I set me down in the

Heb. iv, 12. For the word of Good Sites: then shalt 1110l1 arise, and midve or the valley which was full is quick, and powerful, and sharpret thice up into the place which of bones. And he said unto me, er than any twu-edged sworii, the LORD thy Gou shall choose. Son of min. cin these bones live? piercing even to the dividing Anl I answered, O Lord God, asunier of soul and spirit, and of cried alund, and cut themselves

1 Kings xvili. 28. Anil they thou kinowest. Again he said une the joints and marrow..... after their minner with knives to me, Prophesy upon these bones, an I say unto them, o ye diy

and lance'ę, till the blood gusled SKIN.

out upon tlon. bones, hear the word of the LORD. This suith the Lord God unto Erod. xxii. 27. For that is his

P3. Iviii, 10. The righteous shall these bones; Boh, I will cause covering only, it is his raiment for rejoice when lie secili the veuzebreath to enter into you, and ye his skin: wherein shall be sleep: ance; he shall waslı his feet in the thull live: Then suid he unto me, and it shall come to pass, when be blood of the wicked. Son of man, these bones are the crieth unto me, that I will hear; P3. Ixxii, 14. Ile shall redecm whole house of Isriel; behold, for I am gracious.

their soul from deceit and violence: they say, Our bones are dried,

Job xvi, 15. I have sowed sack- and precious shall thicir blood bo and our liope is lost: we are cut cloth upon my skin, and defiled in his siglit. oil for our parts. my horn in the dust.

Ezel. xvi, 6, 9. And when I Erek. xxxix, 15. And the pas- Job xviii, 13. It shall devonr the passed by thee, and saw theo Pls liui pass through the strength of leis skin: even the first polluted in thine own bicou, I said mind, when any secth a man's born of death shall devour his into three when thou wast in ty bono, then shall be set up a sign strength.

blood, Live; you. I srid unto thee buy it, till the buriers have buried it in the valley of Hamnon-gos.

Job xix, 20. My bone cleaveth when thou wust in thy lilool. Live.

to my skin and to my tiesli, and I Then washeil 1 thee with water; Amos il. 1. Thus saith the LORD; am escaped with the skin of my yea, I throughly washed away Forllireo transgressions of Moab, teeth.

thy blood from tlice, and I anointanuliuo11l. I will not turn away

ed thce with oil,

Jod xxx, 30. My skin is black the punishment thereot;because bo upon mo. and my boues are buru

Ezek, xxxviii, 22. and I trill bourned the bones of the king or ed with heat.

plead against lin with pestilence Euon into lime.

Ps. cii, 5. By reason of the voice and with blood; and I will rain Amos vi, 10. And a man's uncle of iny groaning muy bones cleave upon hin, and upon his bands, chil title liim up and lie that to my skin.

and upon the many people that tuuneth Jim, to bring out the

Jer. xiii. 23. Can the Ethiopian rain, and great hailstones, fire,

are with him, an overllowing Done's out of the house, and shall muy into him that is loy the sides change lis, skiu, or the leopard and brimstone. of the wise, Is there yet any liis spots? then may ye also do

Zeph. i, 17. And I will bring with thee! And he shall say, No. good, that are accustomed to do evil.

distress upon men, that they shall Then shall be say, llold thy

walk like blind men, because tongue: for we may not miko lam. til, 4. My Nesh and my they have sinued against the mention of the name of the LORD. skin liath he made old; he hath Lont: and their blood shall be duth. xxiii, 27. Woe unto you, broken my bones.

poured out as dust, and their scribes and Pharisees, hypocrites!

ilesh as the dung. for yo are like unto whited sepul.


Luke xxii, 20. Likewise also the chires, which inleed appear beanti. Job x, 11. Thou hast clothed cup after supper, saying, Tuis foil outw:rı, but are within fill of me with skin and flesh, and list cup is the new testament in my de men's bones, and of all un- icuced me with bones and sinews.blood, which is slied for you. cleanuss.

Job xxx, 17. My boncs are Acts xvii, 26. And hath made of JOINTS.

pierced in me in the night season: one blood all nations of men fur und my sinews take no rest.

to dwell on all the face of the Din, V, G. Then the king's

18a. xlviil, 4. Because I know earth, and hath determined the comtemce Wits changed, and that thou art obstinate, and thy times before appointed, and the lois lourlits troubled him, so that neck is an iron sinew.

bounds of their habitation. the joints of his loins were loosed, l'liis kucus sinuto one aguinst sinews upon you, and will bring sisted unto blood, striving against

Ezek. xxxvii, 6.8. And I will lay Heb. xil, 4. Yo have not yet reano:ler.

up flesh upon you, and cover you sin.

with skin, and put breatlı in you, P3. xxii, 14. I am norired out and ye shall live; and ye shall

Rev. xiv, 20. And the wincpress like witor, and all my binos are know that I am the Loro). And blood came out of the winepress,

was trodden without the city, and out of when I beheld, lo, the sinews ani!

even unto the horse bridles, by Pror, xxv, 19. Conndence in an the flesli came up, upon them, and the space of a thousand und six filiumun in time of trouble the skin covered them above; but

hundred furlongs. is like a litoken toutil, and a foot

was no breath in them. out of joint.

BLOOD. Cant. vii, 1. Ilow beautiful are


WITII MURDER. Uly fe with shoes. O prince's Gen. iv, 10. And he said, that Pungliter! the joints of thy thighs bas: thou donc? the voice of thiy Gen. is, 6. Whoso sheddeth


man's blond, by man shall bits JOB XVI, 19. ) earth, cover notesses, and after the manner of blood be shed; for iu tho inago of thou my blood, and let my cry women that she bloodl; beciuso God inade le man. lave no place.

they are adulteresses, and blood Ler. xvil, 4. And bringeth it

F'3. ix, 12. When he maketh in- is in their hands. not unto the door of the taberquisition for blool, he remember.

Eel. xxxvi, 18. Wherefore I nacle of the congregation, to offer cth them: he forgetteth not the poured my fury upon them for the an off-ring into the LORD before cry of the humble.

blood that they hail slieci upon the the talernicle of the Lor:; blood P3. Ixxix, 3, 10. Their blood and, and for their i luls wherewith shall be imputed unto the man; have they shed like water round they had polluted it. lio hath shed bloodl; iind that man about Jerus:ilem; and there was shall bo cut off from among luis none to bury them. Wherefore

Ilosen i 4. And the Lord said peuple.

shoull the licathen say, Where unto him, Call his name Jezreel; Xrm. xxxv. 33. So yo shall not is their God? let him bo known for yet a little while, and I will pollute the land wherein ye are: among the heathen in our aght avenge the blood of Jezreel upon for blood it doiletli holand: and by the revenging of the blood of the house of Jehu, and will causo

to cease the king loin of the house tho lan cannot be cleansed of the thiy scrvants which is shed.

of Israel. blool that is shoe Dicrein. I ut by Prov. 1, 11, 16. If they say, Come the blood of him that slied it.

Matth. xxili, 35. Thnt upon you with us, let us lay wait for blood, may come all the righteous blood Dout. xix, 10. That innocent lot us lurk privily for the inno- shed upon the earin, from the blood! be not sled in thiy lind cont without cause. For their blood of righteons Abel unto the which the Lond thy God givetli teet run to evil, ani mako lasto Wood of Zacharias son ot Baratheo for an inheritancu, and so to shed blood.

chlas, whom ye slow between the blvo I be upon thee.

Jer. 11. 34. Also in thy skirts is teinple and the altar. 1 Sam. XXV, 26. Now therefore. found the blood of the souls of the

Matth. xxvii, 6. And the chief my lord, as the Lord livetli, and poor innocents: I have not found as thy soul liveth, sccing' the it by secret search, but upon all priests took the silver pieces, and Lord hath withhol len thice from these.

said, It is not lawful for to put Coining to sail blooil, and from Lam. iv, 13, 14. For the sins of them into the treasury, becauso it avenging thyself with thine own her proplets, and the iniquities

is the price of blood. hand now let thino enemics, and of her priests, that have shed the Luke xiii, 1. There were present they that seek evil to my lord, be blood of the just in the midst of at that season somethit told hiin as Nabil.

her, They have wanderoll as of the Galil.ins. wloso blood 2 Sam. 11l, 29. Anil afterward blind, men in the streets, they Pilate had ininzled with their when David lieard it, lie said, I have polluted thenisolves with sacrifices. an I my king lum are guillless be blooil, so that men could not touch

Acts v, 28. Saying. Did not wo foro De Lord for over from the their girments.

strailly cornmanl you that ye blood of Abuer the son of Nor.

Ezek. xvi. 39. And I will jurige should not teach in this name? 2 Sam. iv 11. How much moro,thco, as women that break wed. and, behold, ye have filled Jerulwien wicked men huivo slain a lock and shed blooil are juilged; sulem with your doctrine, anıt inrig'iteons person in his own 11011-0 and I will give thee blood in fury tend to bring this mau's blood upon liis bed? shall I not there anil jcalousy.

upon us. fore now require his blood of your Ezek, xvill, 13. Ilatlı given forth

Rev. vi, 10. And thoy cricil with lund, and luke you away fruin pon usury, and liath taken in- a loud voice, saying. How long, thio curth?

creasc: sball lie then live? lie shall O Lord, holy and true, dost thou 2 Sim. xvi, 7, 8. And thus said not live: lo hath donc all these

not judge and avenge our lluod Suimei which he cursed, Como abominations; bie shall surely die; on them that dwell on the carth. out, come out, thou blworly man. his blood shall bo upon him.

Nev. xvi, 6. For they have shed anil Doll man of Belial: Tlie LORD) Erek. xxii, 3.4.6. Then say thou, the blood of saints and proplets, hath returned upon thico all tho | Tuins saith the Lord God; The and thou hast given them blood blood of the house of Saul, in city shouldeth blool in the midst to drink; for they are worthy. Whoso steari thou hast reixacil; of it, that lier time may come, and and the Loro hath delivered the maketh idols arvinst herself to

Rev. xvill, 21. And in her was king lom into the hand of Abslo velile herself. Thou art becomo found tho blon'l of propliets, and lo , Diy son: nl, Prohl, thou art Guilty in tly blood that thou hast of saints, and of all that weru slain tru!:en in thy mischief, becauso Sholi and last delled thysell upon tho earth. thou art a bloody man.

in thino idols which thou hast 2 Sam. XX. 12. An Amasz wal. male; anil thou last caused thy

INNOCENT CLOOD. lowed in blool in the midst of the lazy's to draw near, and art como

(sce under Law.) bizhurly. And when the man sa.s cren unto thy years: thicrefore that all the people stood still, he live I made thee a reproach unto remover mit out of the high- the heathen, and a inockin; to all FLESII AND BLOON, way into the field, and cista cloth countries. Behold, the princes ou

A TERU FOR HUMANITY. upon liim, wlien no 8.11 that Israel, every ono were in thee tu every one that carno by him stood their power to shod blood.

Matth, xvi, 17. Ani Jesus anstill.

Ezek. xxill, 37. 45. That they swered, and said unto him. Bless2 Kings ill 22, 23. They rose have comunitted adultery, and

ell art thou, Simon Bir-ona: ior

Nesh and blood hath not revealed up early in the morning, and the blood is in their hands, and with sun shone upon tho water, and their idols lare they committed it onto thce, but iny Father which

is in heaven. the Nobites 8.2w the water on adultery, and have also caused the olier siile as rod as blool: their sons, whom they bare unto 1 Cor. xv, 50. Now this I say, And they still, This is blood: thomo, to pass for them through the brethren, that flesh and blood can kings are surely slain, and they fire. to devour them. And the not inherit the kingilum ol (iol; have smitter one anothier: Quie rigltcous men, they shall judge neither doth corruption inherit therefore, Moab, to the spuil.. tlicm after the manner of adulur incorruption.

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Gal. I, 16. To reveal his Son in head. For this cause ought the Job x 15. If I be wickel, wou me, that I might preach him woman to have power on her unto me; and if I be righteous, among the heathen; immediately bead because of the angels. yet will I not lift up my head. I conferred not with flesh and

18. iii, 3... blood.

O LORD, my OFTEN STANDS FOR glory, and the lifter up of mino Epl. vi, 12. For we wrestle not PERSON OR LIFE.

head. against flesh and blood.....

Gen. xl, 20. And it came to pass

Ps. vii, 16. His mischief shall Heb, il, 14. Forasmuch then as the third day, which was Phar- return upon his own liead, and the children are partakers of flesh aoh's birthday, that he made a

his violent dealing shall como and blood, he also himself like reast unto all his servants; and he down upon his own pate. wise took part of the same. lifted up the head of the chie!

Ps. xxvii, 6. And now shall mine butler and of the chief baker head be lifted up above mine among his servants.

enemies round about me.. PARTS AND ORGANS.

Josh. il, 19. And it shall be, that
whosoever shall go out of the

Ps. xxxviii, 4. For mine iniGen. xlix, 26. The blessings of doors of thy house into the street. quities are gone over mine head:

18 an heavy burden they are too thy father shall be on the his blood shall be upon his head.

heavy for me. head of Joseph, and on the crown Judges vill, 28. Thus was Midof the head of him that was ian subdued before the children of inen to ride over our heads.

13. Ixvi, 12. Thou hast caused separate from his brethren. Israel, so that they lifted up their

Ps. Ixxxiil, 2.. Judges iv, 21. Then Jael IIeber's leads no more. And the country

They that wife took a nail of the tent, and was in quietness forty years in lalo thee have listed

head. took an hammer in her hand, and the days of Gideon. went softly unto him, and smote Judges ix, 57. And all the evil P3. cx, 7. IIe shall drink of the the nail into his temples, and of the men of Shechem did God brook in the way: thereforo shall fastened it into the ground. render upon their heads: and he lift up the head. 1 Kings xx, 31. And his ser- Jotham the son of Jerubbaal. upon then came the curse of

Ps. cxl, 9. As for the head of vants said unto him, Behold now,

those that compass me about, let we have heard that the kings of

1 Sam. xxv, 39. And when David the mischief of their own lips the house of Israel are mercifui heard that Nabal was dead, he cover them. kings: let us, I pray thee, pat said, Blessed be the LORD that

Prov. x, 6. Blessings are upon sackcloth on our loins, and ropes hath pleaded the cause of my re- the head of the just: but violence upon our heads, and go out to proach from the hand of Nabal, cyvereth the mouth of the wicked. the king of Israel: peradventure and hath kept his servant from

Isa. li, 11. Therefore the reevil: for the LORD hath returned he will save thy life.

the wickedness of Nabal upon deemed of the LORD shall return, 2 Kings ix, 35. And they went his own head.

and come with singing unto Zion; to bury her: but they found no

1 Sam. xxviii, 2. And David and everlasting joy shall be upon more of her than the skull, and said to Achish, Surely thou shalt their head. the feet, and the palms of her know what thy servant can do. Jer. xxiii, 19. Behold, a whirlhands.

And Aclish said to Davidl, There wind of the Lord is gone forth in Cant. 11, 6. His left hand is unfore will I make thee keeper of fury, even 2 grievous whirlder my head, and his right hand mine head for ever.

wind; it shall fill grievously upon doth embrace me.

the head of the wicked. 2 Sam. 1, 16. And David said un

Ezek, xi, 21. to him. Tly blood be upon thy

But as for them Cant. v. 2, 11.

For my head; for thy mouth bath iestined whose heart walleth afier the head is filleil with dew, and my against thee, saying, I have slain heart of their detestable things locks with the drops of the night.

and their abominations, I will rethe LORD's anointed. His heaul is is the most fine gold, his locks are bushy, and black as

2 Sam. iti, 29. Let it [the blood compenso, their way upon their

own heads, saith the Lord GOD. a raven. of Abner) rest on the head of

Dan. i, 10. And the prince of the Joab. Cant. vii, 5. Thine head upon thee is like Carmel, and the hair 2 Chron. vi, 23. Then hear thou enuchs said unto Daniel, I fear of thine bead like purple; the king from heaven, and do, and judge my lord the king, who hath ap

meat and your is held in the galleries.

thy servants, by requiting the pointed your
wicked, by recoinpensing luis way

drink: for why should he see Jer. 11, 37. Yea, thou shalt ge upon his own head.

your faces worse liking than the forth from him, and thine hands

children which are of your sort?

Ezra ix, 6. .... Our iniquities upon thine head: for the LORD

then shall ye inake me endanger hath rejected thy confidences,

and are increased over our head, and my head to the king thou shalt not prosper in them.

our trespass is grown up into the

Joel 111, 4. Yea, and what have
Matth. v, 36. Neither shalt thon

Neh. iv, 4. Hear, o our God; for ye to do with me, o Tyro, ani 8ear by thy bead, because thou we are despised:' and turn their ! Zidon, and ill the coasts of Palescanst not make one hair white or reproach upon theirown lead anal | tine? will ye render me a recomblack.

give them for a prey in the land | pence? and if ye recompense me, Matth. xxvil, 30. 33. And they uf captivity.

swiftly and speedily will I turn spit upon him, and took the reed,

your recomponce upon your own

Esther ix, 25. But when Esther and smote him on the head. And came before the king, he com.

head. when they were come unto a manded by letters that his wickel

Luke xxi, 28. And when these place called Golgotha, that is to device, which he devised against things begin to come to pass, then say, a place of a skull.

the Jews, should return upon his look up, and lift in your hegre: 1 Cor. xi, 4, 10. Every man pray- own heul, and that ho and his for your redemption draweth ing or prophesying, having his sons should be hanged on tho nigh. Lead covered, dishonoureth his gallows.

Acts xviii, 6. And when they 94

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