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DAGGER. Judg. 3.16,21,22.

DAILY. Ps. 13.2, sorrow in my heart d. 68.19, d, loadeth us. Prov. 8.30, I was d. his delight. Dan. 8.11; 11.31; 12.11, d. sacrifice taken away. Mat. 6.11; Lu. 11.3, our d. bread. Lu. 9.23, take up cross d. Acts 2.47, added to church d. 6.1, the d. ministration. 16.5, ohurches increased d. 17.11, searched the scriptures d. 1 Cor. 15.31,1 die d. Jas. 2.15, destitute of d. food. See Num. 4.16; 28.24; Neh. 5.18; Dan. 1.5.

DAINTY. Ps. 141.4, let me not eat of their d. Prov. 23.3, be not desirous of his d. See Gen. 49.20; Job 33.20; Rev. 18.14.

DALE. Gen. 14.17 ; 2 Sam. 18.18.

DAM. Ex. 22.30; Lev. 22.27 ; Deut. 22.6.

DAMAGE. Prov. 26.6, drinketh d,

Acts 27.10, voyage will be with much d. 2 Cor. 7.9, receive d. by us in nothing. See Ezra 4.22; Esth. 7.4; Dan. 6.2.

DAMNABLE. 2 Pet. 2.1.

DAMNATION. Mat. 23. 33, can ye escape the

d. of hell.

Mk. 3.29, in danger of eternal d. John 5.29, the resurrection of d. Rom. 13.2, receive to themselves d. 1 Cor 11.29, eateth and drinketh d. 2 Pet 2.3, their d. slumbereth not.

See Mat. 23.14; Mk. 12.40; Lu. 20.47 ; Rom. 3.8.

DAMNED. Mk. 16.16; Rom. 14.23; 2 Thess. 2.12.

DAMSEL. Ps. 68. 25, among them were the d,

playing.

Mat, 14.11; Mk. 6.28, given to the d. 26.69; John 18.17, d. came to Peter. Mk. 5.39, the d. is not dead. Acts 12.13, a d. came to hearken. 16.16, d. possessed with a spirit. See Gen. 24.55; 34.3; Judg. 5.30 ; Ruth 2.5.

DANCE. Ex. 32.19, he saw the calf, and d. 1 Sam 18.6, came out singing and d. 2 Sam 6.14, David d. before the Lord. Job 21.11, their children d.

Ps. 30.11, turned my mourning into d. 149.3; 150.4, praise him in the d. Eccl. 3.4, a time to d.

Mat. 11.17 ; Lu. 7. 32, piped, and ye have not d. 14.6; Mk.6.22, daughter of Herodias d. See Judg. 21.23; Jer. 31.13; Lam. 5.15.

DANDLED. Isa. 66.12.

DANGER. Mat. 3.29; Mk. 5.21; Acts 19.27 ; 27.9.

DARE. Rom. 5. 7, some would even d. to die.

See Job 41.10; Rom. 15.18; 1 Cor. 6.1; 2 Cor. 10.12.

DARK. Job 12.25, they grope in the d. 22.13, can he judge through d. cloud ? 24.16, in the d. they dig. 38.2, that d. counsel by words. Ps. 49.4; Prov. 1.6, d. sayings. 69.23; Rom. 11.10, let their eyes be d. 88.12, wonders be known in the d. Eccl. 12.2, stars be not d. 3, look out of windows be d. Zech. 14. 6, shall not be clear nor d. Mat. 24.29; Mk. 13.24, sun be d. Lu. 23.45, sun d. and vail rent. John 20.1, early, when it was yet d. Rom. 1.21, foolish heart was d. Eph. 4.18, understanding d. See Gen. 15. 17 ; Ex. 10. 15; Num. 12. 8; Joel 2.10.

DARKNESS. Deut. 5.22, spake out of thick d. 28.29, grope as the blind in d. 1 Sam 2.9, wicked shall be silent in d. 2 Sam 22.10; Ps. 18.9, d. under his feet. 29; Ps. 18.28, Lord will enlighten my.d 1 Kings 8.12; 2 Chron. 6.1, dwell in thick d. Job 3.5 ; Ps. 10.10, d. and shadow of death. 10.22, land where the light is as d. 30.26, waited for light there came d. Ps. 91.6, pestilence that walketh in d, 97.2, clouds and d. are round about him, 112.4, to upright ariseth light in d. 139.12, d. and light alike to thee. Prov. 20.20, lamp be put out in d. Eccl. 2.13, as far as light excelleth d. 14, fool walketh in d,. Isa. 58.10, thy d. as noon day. 60.2, d. cover the earth, gross d. Joel 2.2, day of clouds and thick d. Mat. 6.23; Lu. 11.34, body full of d. 8.12 ; 22.13 ; 25.30, outer d. 10.27 ; Lu. 12.3, what I tell in d. speak. Lu. 1.79; Rom. 2.19, light to them that sit in d. 22.53; Col. 1.13, the power of d. 23.44, d. over all the earth. John 1.5, d. comprehended it not. 3.19, loved d. rather than light. 216

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John 12.35, walk while ye have light, lest d. Acts 26.18, turn from d. to light. Rom. 13.12; Eph. 5.11, works of d. 1 Cor 4. 5, hidden things of d. 2 Cor 4.6, light to shine out of d. 6.14, what communion hath light with d. ? Eph. 6.12, rulers of the d. of this world. 1 Thess. 5.5, not of the night nor of d. Heb. 12.18, to blackness and d. 1 Pet 2.9, out of d. into marvellous light. 2 Pet 2.4, into chains of d, 1 John 1.5, in him is no d. at all. 6, and walk in d., we lie. * 1 John 2.8, the d. is past. 9, hateth his brother, is in d. 11, d. hath blinded his eyes. Rev. 16.10, kingdom full of d. See Gen. 1.2; 15.12; Ex. 10.21; 20.21.

DARLING. Ps. 22.20; 35.17.

DART. Job 41.26; Prov. 7. 23 ; Eph. 6.16.

DASH. Ps. 2.9; Isa. 13.16 ; Hos. 13.16, d, in pieces. 91.12; Mat. 4. 6; Lu.4.11, d. thy foot. 137.9, that d. thy little ones. See Ex. 15.6 ; 2 Kings 8.12; Jer. 13.14.

DAUB. Ex. 2.3 ; Ezek. 13.10; 22.28.

DAUGHTER. Gen. 24.23,47; Judg. 11.34, whose d. art thou ? 27.46, weary of life because of d. of Heth. Deut. 28.53, eat flesh of sons and d.

Sam. 1.20, lest d. of Philistines rejoice. 12.3, lamb was unto him as a d.

Ps. 45.9, kings' d. among honourable women. 144.12, our d. as corner-stones. Prov. 30.15, horseleech hath two d. 31.29,  many d. have done virtuously, Eccl. 12.4, the d. of music.

Isa. 22.4; Jer. 9.1; Lam. 2.11; 3. 48, spoiling of

the d. Jer. 6.14, healed hurt of d. of my people. 8.21, for hurt of d. am I hurt. 9.1, weep for slain of d. of my people. Mic. 7. 6; Mat. 10. 35; Lu. 12.53, d. riseth against

mother.

Mat. 15.28, her d. was made whole. Lu. 8.42, one only d,, about twelve years of age. 13.16, this woman d. of Abraham. Heb. 11.24, refused to be son of Pharaoh's d. See Gen. 6.1; Ex. 1.16; 21. 7 ; Num. 27.8.

DAWN. Ps. 119.147, I prevented the d. of the morning. 2 Pet. 1.19, till the day d.

See Josh. 6.15; Judg. 19.26 ; Job 3.9; 7.4.

DAY. Gen. 41.9,1 do remember my faults this d.

Deut. 4.32, ask of the d. that are past. 1 Sam 25.8, come in a good d. 2 Kings 7.9, this d. is a d. of a-ood tidinsrs. 1 Chron. 23.1, 28 ; 2 Chron. 24.15, full of*d. 29.15 ; Job 8.9, our d. as a shadow. Neh. 4.2, will they make an end in a d. Job 7.1, d. like the d. of an hireling. 14.6, till he accomplish his d. 19.25, stand at latter d. upon the earth. 21.30,  reserved to d. of destruction. 32. 7, I said, d. should speak.

Ps. 2.7 ; Acts 13.33; Heb.l. 5, this d. have I begotten thee. 19.2,  d. unto d. uttereth speech. Ps. 84.10, a d. in thy courts. Prov. 3.2,16, length of d. 4,18, more and more to perfect d, 27.1, what a d. may bring forth. Eccl. 7.1, d. of death better than d. of birth. 12.1,. while the evil d. come not. Isa. 10.3, in the d. of visitation. 27.3,  the Lord will keep it night and d. 58.5, acceptable d. to the Lord. 65.20, an infant of d. Zech. 4.10, despised d. of small things. Mai. 3.2, who may abide d. of his coming. 31 at. 7.22, many will say in that d.

Mat. 24.36; Mk. 13.32, that d. knoweth no man. 50 ; Lu. 12.46, in a d. looked not for. 25.13, ye know not the d, nor the hour. Lu. 21. 34, that d. come unawares. 23.43, to-cZ. shalt thou be with me. John 6.39, raise it again at last d. 8.5d, Abraham rejoiced to see my d. 9.4, I must work while it is d. Acts 17.31, he hath appointed a d. Rom. 2.5, wrath against d. of wrath. 14.5, esteemeth every d. alike. 2 Cor. 6.2, the d. of salvation. Phil. 1.6, perform it until d. of Christ. 1 Thess 5. 2; 2 Pet. 3.10, d. cometh as a thief. 5, children of the $.

Heb. 13.8, Jesus Christ same to-d. and for ever. 2 Pet 3.8, one d. as a thousand years.

See Gen. 1. 5 ; 27. 2; Job 1. 4; Ps. 77. 5; 118. 24.

DAYSMAN. Job 9.33.

DEAD. Lev. 19.28, cuttings for the d. Ruth 1.8, as ye have dealt with d. 1 Sam. 24.14; 2 Sam. 9.8; 16.9, d. dog. Ps. 31.12, forgotten as a d. man. 115.17, d. praise not the Lord. Prov. 9.18, knoweth not that the d. are there. Eccl. 4.2, the d. which are already d. 9.4, living dog better than d. lion. 5, d. know not any thing. 10.1, d. flies cause ointment. Isa, 2o. 19, thy d. men shall live. Jer. 22.10, weep not for the d. Mat. 8.22, let the d. bury their d. 9.24; Mk. 5. 39; Lu. 8. 52, not d., but sleepeth. 11.5 ; Lu. 7.22, deaf hear, d. raised. 22.32, net God of the d. 23.27, full of d. men's bones. Mk. 9.10, rising from d. should mean. Lu. 15. 24, 32 ; Rev. 1.18, d. and is alive again. 16.31, though one rose from the d. John 5.25, d. shall hear. 6.49, did eat manna, and are d. 11.25, though d., yet shall he live. 44, he that was d. came forth. Acts 10. 42 ; 2 Tim. 4.1, judge of quick and d. 26.23, first that should rise from d. Rom. 6.2,11; 1 Pet. 2.24, d. to sin. 7.4 ; Gal. 2.19, d. to the law. 14.9, Lord both of d. and living. 1 Cor 15.15, if the d. rise not. 35, howr are the d. raised. 2 Cor 1.9, trust in God who raiseth d. 5.14, then were all d.

Eph. 2.1; Col. 2.13, d. in trespasses and sins. 5.14, arise from the d. Col. 1.18, firstborn from the d. 2.20; 2 Tim. 2.11, d. with Christ. 1 Thess. 4.16, d. in Christ shall rise first. 1 Tim. 5. 6, c. while she liveth. Heb. 6.1; 9.14, from d. works. 11.4,  being d., yet speaketh. 13.20, brought aaain from the d. Jas. 2.17,20, 26, faith d. 1 Pet. 4.6, preached to them that are d. Jude 12, twice cl. Rev. 1. 5, first-begotten of the d. 3.1, a name that thou livest and art d. 14.13, blessed are the d. 20.5,  rest of d. lived not again. 12,  the d. small and great. 13,  sea gave up d.

See Gen. 23. 3; Ex. 12. 30; Mk. 9. 26; Rev. 1.18.

DEADLY. Mk. 16.18, drink any d. thing. Jas. 3. 8, tongue full of d. poison. See 1 Sam. 5.11; Ps. 17.9 ; Ezek. 30.24.

DEAF. Ps. 58.4, like d. adder that stoppeth. Isa. 29.18, shall the d. hear the words. Mat, 11.5; Lu. 7.22, the d. hear. Mk. 7.37, he rnaketh the d. to hear. 9.25, thou d. spirit, come out. See Ex. 4.11; Lev. 19.14; Isa. 42.18; 43.8. 217

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DEAL. Lev. 19.11, nor d, falsely.

Job 42.8, d, with you after folly.

Ps. 75. 4, d. not foolishly.

Prov. 12.22, they that a. truly his delight.

Isa. 21. 2; 24.16, treacherous dealer d. treacherously. 26.10, in land of uprightness d. unjustly.

Jer. 6.13; 8.10, every one d. falsely.

Hos. 5.7, have d. treacherously against the Lord.

Zech. 1.6, as Lord thought, so hath he d.

Mk. 7.36; 10.48, the more a great d.

Lu. 2.48, why hast thou thus d. with us?

Eom. 12.3, according as God hath d.

See Gen. 32.9; Ex. 1.10; Deut.7.5; 2 Chron. 2.3.

DEALING. 1 Sam. 2.23; Ps. 7.16; John 4.9.

DEAR. Jer. 31.20, is Ephraim my d. son.

Acts 20.24, neither count I my life d.

Rom. 12.19; 1 Cor. 10.14; 2 Cor. 7.1; 12.19 ; Phil. 4.1; 2 Tim. 1. 2; 1 Pet. 2.11, d. beloved.

Eph. 5.1, followers of God as d. children.

Col. 1.13, into kingdom of his d. Son. 1 Thess. 2.8, because ye were d. unto us.

See Jer. 12.7; Lu. 7.2; Philem. 1.

DEARTH. 2 Chr. 6. 28, if there be a d, in the

land.

Neh. 5.3, buy corn because of d. Acts 11.28, Agabus sianified a great d. See Gen. 41:54; 2 Kings 4.38; Jer. 14.1; Acts 7.11.

DEATH. Num. 16.29, if these men die common d. 23.10,  let me die d. of righteous. Judg. 5.18, jeoparded lives to the d, 16.16,  soul was vexed to d. 30, which he slew at his d. were more. Ruth 1.17, if ought but d. part thee and me. 1 Sam 15.32, the bitterness of d. past. 20.3, but a step between me and d. 2 Sam 1.23, in d. not divided. 22.5; Ps. 18. 4; 116. 3, wraves of d. compassed. Job 3.21, long for d., but it coineth not. 7.15, my soul chooseth d. 30.23, thou wilt bring me to d. Ps. 6.5, in d. no remembrance. 13.3,  lest I sleep the sleep of d. 23.4,  valley of shadow of d. 48.14, our guide even unto d. 68.20, the issues from d. 89.48, what man shall not see d. 102.20, loose those appointed to d. 107.10, in darkness and shadow of d. 116.15, precious is d. of his saints. Prov. 7.27, to chambers of d. 8.36, that hate me love d. 14.32,  righteous hath hope in his d, 24.11,  deliver them drawn to d. Cant. 8.6, love is strong as d.

Isa. 9.2; Jer. 2.6, land of the shadow of d. 25. 8; 1 Cor. 15. 56, swallow up d. in victory. 38.18, for d. cannot celebrate thee.

Jer. 8.3, d. chosen rather than life. 9.21, d. come up to our windows. Ezek. 18.32; 33.11, no pleasure in d. Hos. 13.14, O d, I will be thy plagues. Mat. 15.4; Mk. 7.10, let him die the d. 16.28 ; Mk. 9.1; Lu. 9.27, not taste of d. 26. 38; Mk. 14. 34, my soul is sorrowful to d. Mk. 5.23; John 4.47, lieth at point of d. Lu. 2.26, should not see d. before. 22.33,  will go to prison and d.

John 5.24; 1 John 3.14, passed from d. to life. 8. 51, 52, keep my saying, shall never see d. 11.4, sickness not unto d. 12.33; 18.32; 21.19, signifying what d. Acts 2.24, having loosed pains of d. Rom. 1.32, such things are worthy of d. 5.10; Col. 1.22, reconciled by the d. 12, a. by sin and so d. passed on all. 14.17,  a. reigned from Adam to Moses. 6.5, planted in likeness of his d. 21, end of those things is d. 23, wages of sin is d.

Rom. 8.2, law of sin and d. 1 Cor 3.22, life or d. all are yours. 11.26,  show the Lord's d. till he come, 15.21, by man came d. 55, 56, O d. where is thy sting ? 2 Cor 1.9, sentence of d. in ourselves, 2.16, savour of d. unto d. 4.12, d. worketh in us. 11.23, in d. oft,

Phil. 2.8, d., even d, of the cross. Heb. 2.9, taste d. for every man. 15, through fear of d. were. Jas. 1.15, sin bringeth forth d. 1 John 5.16, a sin unto d. Rev. 1.18, keys of hell and of d. 2.10, be faithful unto d. 11; 6.14, second d. 6.8, his name that sat on him was d. 9.6, seek d. and d. shall flee. 20.6, d. and hell delivered up. 21.4, no more d.

See Prov. 14.12; 16. 25; John 18. 31; Jas. 5.20.

DEBASE. Isa. 57.9.

DEBATE. Prov. 25. 9; Isa. 58. 4; Rom. 1. 29; 2 Cor. 12. 20.

DEBT. 2 Kings 4.7, go, pay thy d. and live. Neh. 10.31, leave the exaction of every d. Prov. 22.26, be not sureties for d. Mat. 18.27, forarave him the d. See 1 Sam. 22.$; Mat. 6.12; Rom. 4.4.

DEBTOR. Rom. 1.14, I am d. to the Greeks. 8.12, we are d., not to the flesh. 15.27,  their d. they are.

Gal. 5.3, d. to do the whole law. See Ezek. 18.7 ; Mat. 23.16; Lu. 7.41; 16.5.

DECAY. Lev. 25.35; Neh. 4.10 ; Heb. 8.13.

DECEASE. Isa. 26. 14; Mat. 22. 25; Lu. 9. 31; 2 Pet 1 15

DECEIT. Ps. 10.7, mouth full of d. and fraud. 36.3, words are iniquity and d. 55.23, d. men shall not live half their days. Prov. 12.5, counsels of wicked are d. 20.17, bread of d. is sweet. 27.6, kisses of an enemy are d. 31.30, favour is d. and beauty vain. Jer. 14.14; 23.26, prophesy the d. of their heart. 17.9,  heart is d. above all things. 48.10,  that doeth work of the Lord d. Hos. 11.12, compasseth me with d. Amos 8.5, falsifying balances by d. Zeph. 1.9, fill their masters' houses with d. Mat. 13.22; Mk. 4.19, the d. of riches. Mk. 7.22, out of heart proceed d.

Rom. 3.13, they have used d. 2 Cor. 4.2, handling word of God d. 11.13, false apostles, d. workers. Eph. 4.22, according to d. lusts. Col. 2.8, vain d., after tradition. See Ps. 50.19; Prov. 12.20; Jer. 5.27 ; Mic. 6.11.

DECEIVE. Deut. 11.16, take heed that your heart

be not d. 2 Kings 19.10; Isa. 37.10, let not thy God d. thee. Job 12.16, the d. and the d. are his. Jer. 20.7, thou hast d. me and I was d. 37 9, d. not yourselves. Obad. 3, pride of heart hath d. thee. Mat. 24.24, if possible d. the very elect. 27.63, remember that d. said. John 7.12, nay, but he d. the people. 47, are ye also d. ? 1 Cor 6.9; 15.33; Gal. 6.4, be not d. 2 Cor 6.8, as d., and yet true.

Eph. 4.14, whereby they lie in wait to d. 5.6; 2 Thess. 2.3; 1 John 3.7, let no man d. you. 1 Tim. 2.14, Adam was not d. 2 Tim. 3.13, worse and worse, d. and being d. 1 John 1.8, no sin, we d. ourselves. 2 John 7, many d. entered into world.

See Gen. 31.7; Isa. 44.20; Ezek. 14.9; Rev. 12.9; 19.20. 218

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DECENTLY. 1 Cor. 14.40.

DECISION. Joel 3.14.

DECK. Job 40.10, d. thyself with majesty. Isa, 61.10, as a bridegroom d. himself. Jer. 4.30, though thou d. thee with ornaments. 10.4, they d. it with silver. See Prov. 7.16; Ezek. 16.11; Rev. 17.4; 18.16.

DECLARATION. Esth. 10.2; Job 13.17 ; Lu. 1.1; 2 Cor. 8.19.

DECLARE. 1 Chron. 16.24; Ps. 96.3, d. glory among

heathen.

Job 21.31, who shall d. his way to his face. 31.37, I would d. number of my steps. Ps. 2.7, I will d. decree. 9.11, d. among the people his doings. 19.1, heavens d. glory of God. 30.9,  shall dust d. thy truth. 40.10,  I have d. thy faithfulness. 66.16, I will d. what he hath done. 75.9,  I will d. for ever. 118.17, live and d. the works of the Lord. 145.4, one generation shall d. thy mighty acts. Isa. 3.9, they d. their sin as Sodom. 41.26; 45.21, who hath d. from beginning. 45.19, I d. things that are right. 46.10,  d. end from the beginning. 53.8; Acts 8.33, who shall d. his generation. 66.19, d. my glory among Gentiles. John 17.26, have a. thy name and will d. it. Acts 13.32, wxe d. to you glad tidings. 17.23, him d. I unto you. 20.27, d. the counsel of God. Rom. 1.4, d. to be Son of God with power. 1 Cor 3.13, day shall d. it.

See Josh. 20.4; John 1.18; Heb. 11.14; 1 John 1.3.

DECLINE. Deut. 17.11, thou shalt not d. from sentence. 2 Chron 34.2, d. neither to right nor left. Ps. 102.11; 109. 23, days like a shadow that d. 119. 51,157, not d. from thy law. See Ex. 23.2; Job 23.11; Prov. 4.5; 7.25.

DECREASE. Gen. 8. 5 ; Ps. 107. 38; John 3.30.

DECREE. Job 22.28, thou shalt d. a thing and it shall be. 28.26, made a d. for the rain. Ps. 148.6, a d. which shall not pass. Prov. 8.15, by me princes d. justice. 29, he gave to the sea his d. Isa. 10.1, that d. unrjghteous d. Acts 16.4, delivered the d. to keep. See Dan. 2.9; 6.8 ; Acts 17.7 ; 1 Cor. 7.37.

DEDICATE. Deut. 20. 5, lest he die and another

d. it. Judg. 17.3, wholly d. silver to the Lord. 1 Chron 26.27, of spoil they did d.

Ezek. 44.29, every d. thing shall be theirs. See 1 Kings 7.51; 8.63; 15.15 ; 1 Chron. 18.11; Heb. 9.18.

DEED. Ex. 9.16; 1 Sam. 25. 34; 26. 4, in very d. 2 Sam 12.14, by this d. hast given occasion. Ezra 9.13, come upon us for our evil d. Neh. 13.14, wipe not out my good d.

Ps. 28. 4; Isa. 59.18 ; Jer. 25.14 ; Rom. 2. 6, according to their d. Lu. 11.48, ye allow the d. of your fathers. 23.41, due reward of our d. 24.19, a prophet mighty in d. John 3.19, because their d. were evil. 8.41, ye do the d. of your father. Acts 7.22, Moses, mighty in word and d. Rom. 3.20, by d. of law no flesh justified. 28, justified without d. of the law. Col. 3.9, put off old man with his d. 17, whatsoever ye do in word or d. Jas. 1.25, shall be blessed in his d. 1 John 3.18, not love in word, but in d. See Gen. 44.15; Lu. 23.51; Acts 19.18.

DEEMED. Acts 27.27.

DEEP. Gen. 7.11; 8.2, fountains of d.

Deut. 33.13, the d. that coucheth beneath. Job 38.30, face of d. is frozen. 41.31, maketh the d. boil like a pot. Ps. 36.6, thy judgments are a great d. 42.7, d. calleth to d. 95.4, in his hand are the d. places. 107.24, see his wonders in the d. Prov. 22.14; 23.27, strange women d. pit. Isa. 63.13, led them through d, Mat. 13.5, no d. of earth. Lu. 5.4, launch into d. 6.48, digged d. and laid foundations. 8.31, command to go into the d. John 4.11, the well is d. 1 Cor 2.10, searcbeth d. things of God.

See Job 4.13 ; 33.15; Prov. 19.15; Rom. 10.7.

DEER. Deut. 14.5; 1 Kings 4.23.

DEFAME. Jer. 20.10; 1 Cor. 4.13.

DEFEAT. 2 Sam. 15.34; 17.14.

DEFENCE. Job 22.25, the Almighty shall be thy d.

Ps. 7.10, my d. is of God. 59.9,17 ; 62.2, for God is my d, 89.18; 94.22, Lord is d.

Eccl. 7.12, wisdom a d., money a d.

Isa. 33.16, place of d. munitions of rocks.

Phil. 1.7,17, in d. of the Gospel.

See Num. 14.9 ; Acts 19.33; 22.1.

DEFEND. Ps. 5.11, shout for joy, because thou d, them. 82.3, d. the poor and fatherless. Zech. 9.15, Lord of hosts shall d. them. Acts 7. 24, d. him and avenged the oppressed. See Ps. 20.1; 59.1; Isa. 31.5.

DEFILE. Ex. 31.14, that d, sabbath be put to death, Num. 35.33, blood d. the land. 2 Kings 23.13, high places did king d. Neh. 13.29, they have d. the priesthood.

Ps. 74. 7 ; 79.1, d. dwelling-place of thy name. 106.39, d. with their own works. Isa. 59.3, your hands are d. with blood. Jer. 2.7 ; 16.18, ye d. my land. Ezek. 4.13, eat their d. bread. 23.38, they have d. my sanctuary. 36.17, they d. it by their own ways. Dan. 1.8, would not d. himself with meat. Mat. 15.11,18,20; Mk. 7.15,20,23, d, a man, John 18.28, lest they should be d. 1 Cor. 3.17, if any man d. temple of God. 8.7, conscience being weak is d. 1 Tim. 1.10, law for them that d. themselves. Tit. 1.15, to d. nothing pure, even conscience d, Heb. 12.15, thereby many be d. Jude 8, filthy dreamers cl. flesh. Rev. 3.4, few not d. their garments. See Ex. 31. 41; Lev. 21. 4; Jas. 3. 6 ; Rev. 21. 27.

DEFRAUD. 1 Sam. 12.3,4, whom have Id.? Mk. 10.19; 1 Cor. 7.5, d. not. 1 Cor 6.7, rather suffer to be d. 8, do wrong and d. your brethren. 2 Cor 7.2, we have d. no man. See Lev. 19.13; 1 Thess. 4.6.

DEGENERATE. Jer. 2.21.

DEGREE. Ps. 62.9, men of low ., high d. 1 Tim. 3.13, purchase to themselves good d.

Jas. 1.9, brother of low d. rejoice.

See 2 Kings 20.9; 1 Chron. 17.17 ; Isa. 38.8; Lu. 1.

DELAY. Mat. 24.48; Lu. 12. 45, my lord d. his coming.

Acts 9.38, that he would not d. to come.

See Ex. 22.29; 32.1; Acts 25.17.

DELECTABLE. Isa. 44.9.

DELICACY. Rev. 18.3.

DELICATE. 1 Sam. 15.32, Agag came to him d.

Prov. 29.21, he that d. bringeth up servant.

Isa. 47.1, no more called tender and d.

Lam. 4.5, that did feed d. are desolate.

Lu. 7.25, that live d. are in kings' courts.

See Deut. 28.54,56; Jer. 6.2 -h Mic. L16. 219

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IS. 7.

DELIGHT.(n.). Deut. 10.15, Lord had a d. in thy fathers. 1 Sam 15.22, hath Lord as great d. in offerings. 2 Sam 15.26, I have no d. in thee.

Job 22. 26, shalt thou have d. in the Almighty. Ps. 1.2, his d. is in law of Lord. 16. 3, to excellent in whom is my d. 119.24, testimonies my d. and counsel. 77, 92,174, thy law is my d. 143, thy commandments are my d. Prov. 8.30, I was daily his d. 31, my d. were with sons of men. 18.2, fool hath no d. in understanding. 19.10, d. not seemly for a fool. Cant. 2.3, under his shadow with great d. Isa. 58.13, call sabbath a d. . See Prov. 11.1; 12.22; 15.8 ; 16.13.

DELIGHT.(v. Job 27.10, will he d. himself in

the Almighty ? Ps. 37.4, d. also in the Lord. 11, meek shall d. in abundance of peace. 51.16,  thou d. not in burnt offering. 94.19, thy comforts d. my soul.

Isa. 42.1, elect in whom my soul d. 55.2, soul d. itself in fatness. 62.4, the Lord d. in thee. Mic. 7.18, he d. in mercy. itom. 7.22, I d. after the inward man. See Num. 14.8 ; Prov. 1.22 ; 2.14; Mai. 3.1.

DELIGHTSOME. Mai. 3.12.

DELIVER. Ex. 3.8; Acts 7.34, I am come down

to d. them.

Num. 35.25, congregation shall d. slayer. Deut. 32. 39 ; Isa. 43713, any d. out of my hand. 2 Chron. 32. i3, were gods able to d. their lands. Job 5.19? shall d. thee in six troubles. 36.18, great ransom cannot d. Ps. 33.17, nor d. any by great strength. 56.13, d. my feet from falling. 144.10, d. David from hurtful sword. Prov. 24.11, forbear to d. them. Ecci. 9.15, by wisdom d. city. Isa. 50.2, have I no power to d. ? Jer. 1.8, I am with thee to d. thee. 39.17,  I will d. in that day.

Dan. 3.17, for God is able to d., and will d. 6.14, king set heart on Daniel to d. Amos 2.14, neither shall mighty d. 9.1, he that escapeth shall not be d, Mai. 3.15, they that tempt God are d. Mat. 6.13 ; Lu. 11.4, d. us from evil. 11. 27; Lu. 10. 22, all things d, to me of my Father. 26.15, I will d. him to you. Acts 2. 23, being d. by the counsel of God. Kom. 4. 25, was d. for our offences. 7. 6, we are d. from the law. 8. 21, creature shall be d. 2 Cor. 4.11, d. to death for Jesus' sake. 2 Tim. 4.18, d. me from every evil work.

Jude 3, faith once d. to saints.

See Rom. 8. 32 ; 2 Cor. 1.10; Gal. 1. 4; 2 Pet. 2. 7.

DELIVERANCE. 2 Kings 5.1, by him had given d. to Syria. 1 Chron. 11.14, saved by great d.

Ps. 32. 7, compass me with songs of d.

Lu. 4.18, preach d. to the captives.

Heb. 11. 35, not accepting d.

See Gen. 45.7 ; Joel 2. 32; Obad. 17.

DELUSION. Isa. 66. 4; 2 Thess. 2.11.

DEMAND. Dan. 4.17 ; Mat. 2. 4; Lu. 3.14.

DEMONSTRATION. 1 Cor. 2. 4.

DEN. Job 37. 8, then the beasts go into d. Isa. 11. 8, put hand on cockatrice d. Jer. 7.11, is this house a d. of robbers. Mat, 21.13 ; Mk. 11.17, a d. of thieves. Heb. 11. 38, in deserts and in d. See Judg. 6.2; Dan. 6. 7 ; Amos 3.4.

DENOUNCE. Deut, 30.18.

DENY. Josh. 24. 27, lest ye d. your God. Prov. 30. 9, lest I be full and d. thee. Lu. 20. 27, which d. resurrection. 2 Tim. 2.13, he cannot d. himself. Tit, 1.16, in works they d. him. See 1 Tim. 5. 8 ; 2 Tim. 3. 5 ; Tit. 2.12.

DEPART. Gen. 49.10, sceptre shall not d. from

Judah. 2 Sam. 22. 22; Ps. 18. 21, have not d. from my

God.

Job 21.14; 22.17. they say to God, d, 28. 28, to d. from evil is understanding. Ps. 6. 8 : Mat. 7. 23; Lu. 13. 27, d. ye workers of

iniquity. 34.14 ; 37. 27, d. from evil, and do good. 105. 38, Egypt was glad when they d. prov. 15. 24, he may d. from hell beneath. 22. 6, when old he will not d. from it. 27. 22, yet will not foolishness d. Mat. 14.16, they need not d. 25. 41, d. from me. ye cursed. Lu. 2. 29, lettest thou thy servant d. in peace. 4.13, devil d. for a season. 21. 21, let them in midst d. John 13.1, when Jesus knew he should d. 2 Cor. 12. 8, besought that it might d. from me. Phil. 1. 23, desire to d. 1 Tim. 4.1, some shall d. from the faith. 2 Tim. 2.19, nameth Christ d. from iniquity. See Isa. 54.10; Mic. 2.10; 2 Tim. 4. 6 ; Heb.'3.12.

DEPOSED. Dan. 5.20.

DEPRIVED. Gen. 27. 45 ; Job 39.17 ; Isa. 38.10.

DEPTH. Job 28.14, d, saith, it is not in me. Ps. 33. 7, he layeth up d. in storehouses. 77.16, waters afraid, d. troubled. 106. 9, led through d. as through wilderness. Ps. 107. 26, they go down again to d.

Prov. 8. 24, when no d. 1 was brought forth. 25. 3, heaven for height, earth for d. Mat. 18. 6, better drowned in d. of sea. Mk. 4. 5, no d. of earth. Rom. 11. 33. the d. of the riches. See Isa. 7.11; Mic. 7.19 ; Rom. 8. 39.

DEPUTED. 2 Sam. 15. 3.

DEPUTY. 1 Kings 22. 47; Acts 13. 7; 18. 12: 19. 38.

DERIDE. Hab. 1.10; Lu. 16.14; 23. 35.

DERISION. Job 30.1, younger than I have me

in d.

Ps. 2. 4, the Lord shall have them in d, 44.13 ; 79. 4, a d. to them round us. Jer. 20. 7, 8, in d. daily. Lam. 3.14, I was a f?. to my people. See Ps. 119. 51; Ezek. 23. 32; 36. 4 ; Hos. 7.16.

DESCEND. Ezek. 26. 20; 31.16, with them that d. into pit.

Mat. 7.25, 27, rain d. and floods came.

Mk. 1.10 ; John 1. 32, 33, Spirit d. 15. 32, let Christ now d. from cross.

Rom. 10. 7, who shall d. into the deep ?

Eph. 4.10, he that d. is same that ascended.

Jas. 3.15, this wisdom d. not.

Rev. 21. l0, great city d. out of heaven.

See Gen. 28/12; Ps. 49.17 ; 333. 3; Prov. 30.4.

DESCENT. Lu. 19. 37 ; Heb. 7. 3, 6.

DESCRIBE. Josh. 18. 4; Judg. 8. 14; Rom. 4. 6; 10. 5.

DESCRY. Judg. 1.23.

DESERT. Ps. 78.40, oft did they grieve him in d. 102. 6, like an owl of the d. Isa, 35.1, the d. shall rejoice. 6 ; 43.19, streams in the d. 40. 3, in d. a highway for our God. Jer. 2. 6, led us through land of d. 17. 6, like the heath in the d. 25. 24, people that dwell in d. shall drink. Mat. 24.26, say, behold, he is in the d. 220

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Lu. 1. 80, John in d. till his showing. 9, 10, aside privately into d. place. John 6.31, did eat manna in d. See Ex. 5. 3; 19. 2 ; lsa. 51. 3 ; Mk. 6, 31.

DESERTS. Ps. 28.4 ; Ezek. 7. 27.

DESERVE. Jud«. 9.16 ; Ezra 9.13; Job 11. 6.

DESIRE.(«..). 2 Chron. 15. 15, sought him with

their whole d.

Job 34. 36, my d. is that Job may be tried. Ps. 10. 3 ; 21. 2 ; Rom. 10.1, heart's d. 37. 4, he shall give thee the d. of thine heart. 54. 7 ; 59.10; 92.11; 112. 8, d. on enemies. 92.11; 112.10; 140. 8, d. of the wicked. 145.16, the d. of every living thing. Prov. 10. 24 ; 11.23, the cl. of righteous. 13.12, when d. cometh, it is a tree of life. 19. 22, the d. of a man is his kindness. 21. 25, the d. of slothful killeth him.

Eccl. 12. 5, d. shall fail. Ezek. 24.16, 21, 25, the d. of thine eyes. Mic. 7. 3, great man uttereth mischievous d. Hab. 2. 5, enlargeth d. as hell. Hag. 2.7, the cl. of all nations. Lu. 22.15, with cl. I have d. to eat. Eph. 2. 3, fulfilling d. of flesh and mind. Phil. 1. 23, having a cl. to depart. See Gen. 3.16 ; Job 14.15 ; 31.1(3.

DESIRE.(«.). Deut. 14. 26, bestow for whatsoever

thy soul d. 1 Sam. 2.16, take as much as thy soul d. 12.13, behold the king whom ye d.

Neh. 1.11, servants who d. to fear thy name. Job 13. 3, I d. to reason with God. Ps. 19.10, more to be cl. than gold. 27. 4, one thing I d. of the Lord. 34.12, that d. life and loveth many days. 40. 6, sacrifice and offering thou didst not d. 45.11, king greatly d. thy beauty. 73. 25, none on earth I d. beside thee. 107. 30, to their d. haven.

Prov. 3. 15; 8. 11, all thou canst cl. not to be compared. 13. 4. soul of sluggard d., and hath not. Eccl. 2.10, what my eyes cl. I kept not. lsa. 53. 2, no beauty that we should d. Hos. 6. 6, I d. mercy and not sacrifice. Mic. 7.1, soul cl. first-ripe fruit. Zeph. 2.1, gather together, O nation not d. Mat. 12. 46; Lu. 8.20, his brethren d. 13.17, have d. to see those things. 20. 20, d. a certain thing of him. Mk. 9. 35, if any d. to be first. 10. 35, do for us whatsoever we d. 11. 24, what things ye d. when ye pray. 15. 6; Lu. 23. 25, prisoner wThom they d. Lu. 9. 9, who is this, and he d. to see him. 10. 24, kings have d. to see. 16. 21, d. to be fed with crumbs. 20.46, scribes d. to walk in long robes. 22.15, have cl. to eat this passover. 31, Satan hath d. to have you. Acts 3.14, d. a murderer to be granted. 1 Cor. 14.1, and d. spiritual gifts. 2 Cor. 5. 2, d. to be clothed upon. Gal. 4. 9, ye d. again to be in bondage. 21. ye that d. to be under the law. 6.12, many d. to make show in the flesh.

Eph. 3.13, I d. that ye faint not.

Phil. 4.17, not because Ida gift; I d. fruit.

ITim. 3.1, he d. a good work.

Heb. 11.16, they d. a better country.

Jas. 4. 2, ye d. to have, and cannot obtain. 1 Pet. 1.12, the angels d. to look into. 2. 2, as babes d. sincere milk of word. 1 John 5.15, we have petitions we d.

See Gen. 3. 6; Job 7. 2; Ps. 51. 6 ; Lu. 5. 39.

DESIRABLE. Ezek. 23. 6,12, 23.

DESIROUS. Prov. 23. 3; Lu. 23. 8; John 16.19;

Gal. 5. 26.

DESOLATE. Ps. 25.16, have mercy, for I am d. 40.15, let them be d. for reward. 143. 4, my heart within me is d.

lsa. 54.1; Gal. 4. 27, more are children of d. 62. 4, nor shall thy land any more be termed d. Jer. 2.12, be ye very d., saith the Lord. 32. 43; 33.12, d. without man or beast. Ezek. 6. 6, your altars may be made d. Dan. 11. 31; 12.11, abomination that maketh d, Mai. 1.4, return and build the d. places. Mat. 23. 38; Lu. 13.35, house left to you d. Acts 1. 20, let his habitation be d. 1 Tim. 5. 5, widow indeed, and d. Rev. 18.19, in one hour is she made d. See Ps. 34. 22 ; Jer. 12.10; Joel 2. 3; Zecli. 7.14,

DESOLATION. 2 Kings 22. 19, they should become a d.. and a curse. Ps. 46. 8, what d. he hath made in the earth, 74.3 ; Jer. 25. 9 ; Ezek. 35. 9, perpetual d. Prov. 1. 27, when your fear cometh as d. 3.;25, the d. of the wicked, lsa. 61. 4, raise up former d.f the d, of many generations.

Dan. 9. 26, to end of war d. are determined. Zeph. 1.15, a day of wrath, wasting, and d. Mat. 12. 25; Lu. 11. 17, house divided brought

to d.

Lu. 21. 20, then know d. is nish. See Lev. 26. 31; Josh. 8. 28; Job 30.14.

DESPAIR. 1 Sam. 27.1; Eccl. 2. 20 ; 2 Cor. 4. 3.

DESPERATE. Job 6. 26; lsa. 17.11; Jer. 17.9.

DESPISE. Num. 11. 20, ye have d. the Lord. 15. 31; Prov. 13.13 ; lsa. 5.24 ; 30.12, d. the word. 1 Sam. 2.3, that d. me shall be lightly esteemed. Neh. 4.4, hear, O God, for we are d. Esth. 1.17, so that they d. their husbands. Job 5.17 ; Prov. 3.11; Heb. 12. 5, d. not chastening. 19.18, young children d. me. 36. 5, God is mighty and d. not any. Ps. 51.17, contrite heart thou wilt not d. 53. 5, put to shame, because God d. them, 73. 20, thou shalt d. their image. 102.17, he will not d. their prayer. Prov. 1.7, fools d. wisdom. 30 ; 5.12, d. reproof. 6. 30, men do not cl. a thief. 15. 5, fool cl. father's instruction. 20, foolish man d. his mother. 32, refuseth instruction cl. own soul. 19.16, he that d. his ways shall die. 30.17, cl. to obey his mother, ravens shall. Eccl. 9.16, poor man's wisdom is cl.

lsa. 33.15, he that d. gain of oppressions. 49.7, saith Lord to him whom man d. •ler. 49.15, I will make thee small and cl. Ezek. 20.13,16, they d. my judgments. 22. 8, thou hast d. holy things. Amos 2.4, they d. the law of the Lord. Zech. 4.10, who hath d. day of small things. Mai. 1. 6, wherein have we d. thy name ? Mat. 6. 24; Lu. 16.13, hold to one, d. the other. 18.10, d. not one of these little ones.

Lu. 10.16, d. you, d. me ; d. him that sent me. 18. 9, righteous, and d. others. Rom. 2.4, d. thou the riches of his goodness. 1 Cor. 1. 28, things cl. God hath chosen. 4.10, ye are honourable, but we are d. 11. 22, d. ye the church of God. 16.11, let no man therefore d. him. 1 Thess. 4. 8, d. not man, but God. 5. 20, d. not prophesyings. 1 Tim. 4.12, let no man cl. thy youth. 6. 2, not d. because brethren. Tit. 2.15, let no man cl. thee.

Heb. 12. 2, endured cross, d. the shame.

Jas. 2. 6, ye have d. the poor.

See Gen. 16. 4; 25. 34; 2 Sam. 6.16 ; Rom. 14.3.

DESPISERS. Acts 13.41; 2 Tim. 3. 3.

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DESPITEFULLY. Mat. 5.44; Lu. 6.28; Acts 14.5.

DESTITUTE. Ps. 102.17, will regard prayer of d.

Proy. 15. 21, folly is joy to him that is d. of wisdom.

ITim. 6. 5, d. of the truth.

Heb. 11. 37, being d., afflicted, tormented.

See Gen. 24. 27; Ezek. 32.15 ; Jas. 2.15.

DESTROY. Gen. 18. 23, d. righteous with the wicked.

Ex. 22. 20, he shall be utterly d.

Deut. 9.14, let me alone that I may d. them. 1 Sam 15. 6, depart, lest I d. you with them. 2 Sam 1.14, d. Lord's anointed.

Job 2. 3, movedst me to d. without cause. 10. 8, made me, yet thou dost d. me. 19.10, he hath d. me on every side. 26,  though worms d. this body.

Ps. 40.14; 63. 9, seek my soul to d. it. 145. 20, all the wicked will he d. Prov. 1. 32, prosperity of fools shall d. them. 13. 23, is d. for want of judgment. 31. 3, that which d. kings.

Eccl. 9.18, one sinner d. much good. Isa. 10. 7, it is in his heart to d. 11.9 ; 65. 25, d. in holy mountain. 19. 3, I will d. the counsel thereof. 28. 2, as a d. storm. Jer. 13.14, I will not spare but d. them. 17.18, d. them with double destruction. 23.1, woe to pastors that d. the sheep. Ezek. 9.1, with d. weapon in his hand. 22. 27, d. souls to get dishonest gain. Dan. 8". 24, he shall d. wonderfully. Hos. 13. 9, thou hast d, thyself. Mat. 5.17, not to d, but to fulfil. 10. 28, fear him that is able to d. 32.14; Mk. 3.6; 11.18, they might d. him. 21. 41, he will miserably d. those. 22. 7, and d. those murderers. 27. 20, ask Barabbas and d. Jesus. Mk. 1. 24; Lu. 4. 34, art thou come to d. 12. 9 ; Lu. 20.16, d. the husbandmen. 14. 58, say, I will d. this temple. 15. 29, thou that d. the temple. Lu. 6. 9, is it lawful to save life or d. 9. 56, is not come to d. men's lives. 17. 27, flood came and d. them all. John 2.19, Jesus said, d. this temple. Bom. 14.15, cZ. not him with thy meat. 1 Cor 6.13, God shall d. both it and them. Gal. 1. 23, preacheth the faith he once d. 2.18, if I build the things which I d. 2 Thess 2. 8, d. with brightness of his coming. Heb. 2.14, d. him that had the power.

Jas. 4.12, able to save and to d. 1 John 3. 8, d. the works of the devil.

See Gen. 6.17 ; Isa. 65.8; Bom. 6. 6; 2 Pet. 2.12;

Jude 5.

DESTROYER. Ex. 12. 23, not suffer d. to come. Judg. 16. 24, delivered the d. of our country. Job 15. 21, in prosperity the d. shall come. Ps. 17.4, kept from paths of the d. Prov. 28. 24, the companion of a d. See Job 33. 22; Isa. 49.17 ; Jer. 22.7 ; 50.11.

DESTBUCTION. 2 Chron. 22. 4, his counsellors to Ms d. 26.16,  heart lifted up to d.

Esth. 8.6, endure to see d. of my kindred. Job 5. 21, neither be afraid of d. 21.17,  how oft cometh d. 26. 6, d. hath no covering. 31. 3, is not d. to the wicked.

Ps. 9. 6, d. are come to a perpetual end. 35. 8, into that very d. let him fall. 73.18,  thou castest them down to d. 90. 3, turnest man to d. 91.6, the d. that wasteth at noon day. 103.4, redeemeth thy life from d. Prov. 1.27, your d. cometh as a whirlwind. 10.14, mouth of foolish near d.

Prov. 10.15, d. of poor is their poverty. 14. 28, want of people d. of the prince. 16.18,  pride goeth before d. 17.19,  exalteth gate seeketh d. 18.7, fool's mouth is his d. 27. 20, hell and d, never full. 31. 8, such as are appointed to d. Isa. 14. 23, the besom of d. 19.18, the city of d. 59.7, wasting and d. in their paths. 60.18, d. be no more heard. Jer. 17.18, destroy with double d. 46. 20, d. cometh out of north. 50. 22, sound of great d. in the land. Lam. 2.11; 3. 48; 4.10, d. of the daughter of my

people.

Hos. 13.14. grave, I will be thy d. Mat. 7.13, broad way leadeth to d. Bom. 3.16, d. and misery in their ways. 9. 22, vessels fitted to d. Phil. 3.18,19, many walk whose end is d. 1 Thess 5. 3, then sudden d. cometh. 2 Thess 1. 9, punished with everlasting d. 1 Tim. 6. 9, lusts drown men in d.

Pet. 2.1, bring on themselves swift d. 3.16, wrest to their own d.

See Job 21. 20; 31. 23; Prov. 10. 29; 21.15.

DETAIN. Judg. 13.15,16; 1 Sam. 21.7.

DETERMINATE. Acts 2. 23.

DETERMINATION. Zeph. 3. 8.

DETERMINE. Ex. 21. 22, pay as the judges d. 1 Sam. 20.7, be sure evil is d. by him.

Job 14. 5, seeing his days are d.

Dan. 11. 36, that that is d. shall be done.

Lu. 22. 22, Son of man goeth as it was d.

Acts 3.13, Pilate was d. to let him go. 17. 26, hath d. the times appointed. 1 Cor 2. 2, I d. not to know anything.

See 2 Chron. 2.1; 25.16; Isa. 19.17 ; Dan. 9. 24.

DETEST. Deut. 7. 26.

DETESTABLE. Jer. 16. 18; Ezek. 5. 11; 7. 20: 11.18; 37. 23.

DEVICE. Esth. 9.25, d. return on his own head. Ps. 10. 2, let them be taken in the d. 33.10, maketh d. of the people of none effect. 37.7, bringeth wicked d. to pass. Prov. 1. 31, be filled with their own d. 12. 2, man of wicked d, will he condemn. 19. 21, many d. in a man's heart. Eccl. 9.10, no work nor d. in grave. Jer. 18.12, will walk after our own d. Dan. 11. 24, 25, he shall forecast d. Acts 17. 29, like stone graven by man's d.

Cor. 2.11, not ignorant of his d.

See 2 Chron. 2.14 ; Esth. 8. 3; Job 5.12.

DEVILISH. Jas. 3.15.

DEVISE. Ex. 31. 4; 35. 32, 35, d. works in gold. Ps. 35. 4, to confusion that d. my hurt. 36. 4, he d. mischief on his bed. 41.7, against me do they d. my hurt. Prov. 3. 29, d. not evil against thy neighbour. 6.14, he d. mischief continually. 18,  a heart that d. wicked imaginations. 14. 22, err that d. evil, d. good. 16. 9, man's heart d. his way. Isa. 32. 7, d. wicked devices to destroy poor. 8, the liberal d. liberal things. 2 Pet. 1.16, cunningly d. fables. See 2 Sam. 14.14 ; Jer. 51.12; Lam. 2.17 ; Mic. 2.1.

DEVOTE. Lev. 27.21,28 ; Num. 18.14; Ps. 119.38.

DEVOTIONS. Acts 17. 23.

DEVOUB. Gen. 37. 20, some evil beast hath d. him. 41.7, 24, seven thin d. the seven rank. Ex. 24.17 ; Isa. 29. 6; 30. 27, 30; 33.14, d. fire. Lev. 10. 2, fire from Lord d. them. Deut. 32.24, d. with burning heat. 2 Sam. 11. 25, sword d. one as well as another. 18. 8, wood d. more than sword d. 222

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2 Sam. 22. 9; Ps. 18. 8, fire out of his mouth d. Job 18.13, death shall d. his strength. Ps. 80.13, beasts of field d. it. Prov. 20. 25, man who d. that which is holy. 30.14, jaw teeth as knives to d. Isa. 1.7, strangers d. it in your presence. 20,  if ye rebel, be d. with sword.

Jer. 2. 30, your sword hath d. prophets. 3. 24, shame d. labour of our fathers. 30.16, that d. thee shall be d. Ezek. 15.7, fire shall d. them. 23. 37, pass through fire to d. them. Hos. 8.14; Amos 1.14; 2. 2, it shall cl. palaces. Joel 2. 3, a fire d. before them. Amos 4. 9, fig trees, palmer-worm d. them. Hab. 1.13, wicked d. man that is more righteous. Zeph. 1.18; 3.8, d. by fire of jealousy. Mai. 3.11, will rebuke the d. for your sakes. Mat. 13.4; Mk. 4. 4; Lu. 8. 5, fowls d. them. 23.14; Mk. 12. 40; Lu. 20. 47, cl. vyidows' houses. Lu. 15. 30, thy son hath d. thy living. 2 Cor. 11. 20, if a man d. you. Gal. 5.15, ye bite and d. one another. Heb. 10. 27, which shall d. adversaries. 1 Pet. 5. 8, seeking whom he may d. See Gen. 31.15 ; 2 Sam. 2. 26; Ps. 50.3; 52. 4.

DEVOUT. Lu. 2.25, Simeon was just and d. Acts 2. 5 ; 8. 2, d. men. See Acts 10. 2; 13. 50; 17. 4,17 ; 22.12.

DEW. 2 Sam. 1. 21, let there be no cl. 17.12, we will light on him as d. falleth. 1 Kings 17.1, there shall not be d. nor rain. Job 38. 28, who hath begotten drops of d. Prov. 3. 20, clouds drop down d.

Isa. 18. 4, like d. in heat of harvest.

Dan. 4.15, 23, 25, 33, wet with cl. of heaven.

Hos. 6.4 ; 13.3, goodness as early d.

Hag. 1.10, heaven is stayed from d.

See Ex. 16.13; Num. 11. 9 ; Job 29.19; Hos. 14. 5.

DIADEM. Job 29.14; Isa. 28.5; 62.3; Ezek. 21.26.

DIAMOND. Jer. 17.1; Ezek. 28.13.

DID. Mat. 13. 58, he d. not many mighty works.

John 4. 29, all things that ever I d. 9. 26, what d. he to thee ? 15. 24, works which none other man cl. See Gen. 6. 22; 1 Sam. 1. 7 ; Job 1. 5 ; 1 Pet. 2. 22.

DIE. Gen. 2. 17; 20. 7; 1 Sam. 14. 44; 22. 16; 1 Kings 2. 37, 42 ; Jer. 26. 8; Ezek. 3.18; 33. 8, 14, surely d.

Gen. 3. 3; Lev. 10. 6; Num. 18. 32, lest ye d. 27.4; 45. 28 ; Prov. 30.7, before I d, Ex. 21.12, smiteth a man that he d. Lev. 7. 24; 22. 8; Deut. 14. 21; Ezek. 4.14, that

d. of itself.

Num. 16. 29, if these d. common death. 23.10, let me cl. death of righteous. Deut. 31.14, days approach that thou must d. Kuth 1.17, where thou d. will I d. 2 Sam 3. 33, d. Abner as a fool d. ? 2 Kings 20.1; Isa. 38.1, shalt d. and not live. 2 Chron. 25. 4; Jer. 31. 30, every man d. for

own sin. Job 2. 9, his wife said, Curse God and d. 3.11, why d. I not from the womb ? 12. 2, wisdom shall cl. with you. 14.14, if a man d., shall he live again ? 21. 23, one d. in full strength. 25, another d. in bitterness of soul. 29.18, I shall d. in my nest. Ps. 41. 5, when shall he d. and name perish ? - 49.10, wise men cl., likewise the fool. 17, when he d. carry nothing away. Prov. 5. 23, he shall d. without instruction. 10. 21, fools d. for want of wisdom. 11.7, d. his expectation perish.

Eccl. 2.16, how d. the wise man ? 7.17, why shouldest thou d. before thy time ? 9. 5, living know they shall d. Isa. 66. 24; Mk. 9.44, worm shall not d. Jer. 27.13; Ezek. 18.31; 33.11, why will ye d. ? 28.16, this year thou shalt d. 34. 5, thou shalt d. in peace. Ezek. 18.4, 20, soul that sinneth shall d. 32,  no pleasure in death of him that d. 33. 8, wicked man shall d. in iniquity. Amos 6. 9, if ten men in house they shall d. 9.10, sinners of my people shall cl. Jonah 4. 3, 8, it is better to d. than live. Mat. 15.4 ; Mk. 7.10, let him cl, the death. 22. 27 ; Mk. 12. 22; Lu. 20. 32, woman d. also. 26. 35; Mk. 14. 31, though I d, with thee. Lu. 7. 2, servant was ready to d. 16. 22, beggar cZ., rich man also d. 20. 36, nor can they d. any more. John 4.49, come dawn ere my child d. 11.21, 32, my brother had not d. 37, that even this man should not have d. 50; 18.14, that one man d. for people. 51, that Jesus should cl. for nation. 12. 24, except a corn of wheat cl. 19.7, by our law he ought to cl. Acts 9. 37, Dorcas was sick and cl. 21.13, ready also to d. at Jerusalem. 25.11, I refuse not to d. Rom. 5.7, for righteous man will one cl. 7. 9, sin revived and I d. 8. 34, it is Christ that d. 14. 7, no man d. to himself. 9.  Christ both d., rose, and revived. 15; 1 Cor. 8.11, for whom Christ d. 1 Cor 15. 3, Christ cl. for our sins. 22, as in Adam all d. 31, I d. daily. 36, not quickened except it d. 2 Cot 5.14, if one cl. for all. Phil. 1. 21, to d. is gain. 1 Thess 4.14, we believe that Jesus d. 5.10, who cl. for us that we should live. Heb. 7. 8, here men that cl. receive tithes, 9. 27, appointed unto men once to d. 11.13, these all d, in faith. Rev. 3. 2, things that are ready to d. 9. 6, men shall desire to d. 14.13, the dead that cl. in the Lord. See Job 14.10; Ps. 118.17 ; Rom. 5. 6; 6.10.

DIET. Jer. 52. 34.

DYED. Ex. 25. 5; Isa. 63.1; Ezek. 23.15.

DYING. 2 Cor. 4.10, the d. of Lord Jesus. 2 Cor 6. 9, as cl. and behold we live. See Num. 17.13; Lu. 8.42; Heb. 11. 21.

DIFFER. Rom. 12. 6; 1 Cor. 4.7 ; 15.41; Gal. 4.1.

DIFFERENCE. Lev. 10.10; Ezek. 44.23, a cl. between holy and unholy. 11.47 ; 20. 25, d. between clean and unclean. Ezek. 22. 26, they have put no cl. between. Acts 15. 9, put no d. between us. Rom. 3. 22; 10.12, for there is no d. See Ex. 11. 7 ; 1 Cor. 12. 5; Jude 22.

DIG. Ex. 21. 33, d. a pit and not cover it. Deut. 6.11; Neh. 9.25, wells d, which thou d, not. 8. 9, out of hills mayest d. brass. Job 6. 27, ye of. a pit for your friend. 24.16, in the dark they cl. Ps. 7.15 ; 57. 6, d. a pit and is fallen. Isa. 51.1, hole of pit whence ye are d. Mat. 21. 33, and d. a winepress. 25.18, d. in the earth and hid. Lu. 13. 8, till I d. about it. 16. 3, I cannot d., to beg I am ashamed. See Job 3. 21; Ezek. 8. 8; 12. 5; Lu. 6.48.

DIG-NITY. Eccl. 10. 6, folly set in great d. 2 Pet. 2.10; Jude 8, speak evil of d. See Gen. 49. 3; Esth. 6. 3; Hab. 1.7.

DILIGENCE. Prov. 4. 23; 2 Tim. 4. 9; Jude 3.

DILIG-ENT. Josh. 22.5, take d. heed to commandment.

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2 Tim. 1.17, in Home sought me d. Heb. 12.15, looking d. lest any man fail. See Deut. 19.18; Prov. 11. 27; 23.1; Mat, 2. 7.

DIM. Deut. 34.7, eye not d. nor force abated. Job 17.7, eye also d. by reason of sorrow. Lam. 4.1, gold become d. See Gen. 27.1; 48.10; 1 Sam. 3. 2; Isa. 8. 22.

DIMINISH. Deut.4.2; 12.32, nor d. ought from it.

Prov. 13.11, gotten by vanity shall be d.

Rom. 11.12, d. of them be riches of Gentiles.

See Ex. 5. 8; Lev. 25.16; Jer. 26. 2 ; Ezek. 16. 27.

DINE. Gen. 43.16; Lu. 11. 37 ; John 21.12,15, DINNER. Prov. 15.17; Mat. 22.4; Lu.11.33; 14.12.

DIP. Lev. 4.6; 9. 9; 17.14, priest shall d. Ms finger.

Ruth 2.14, d. morsel in vinegar. 1 Sam 14. 27, d. rod in honeycomb. 2 Kings 5.14, Naaman d. in Jordan. Mat. 26. 23 ; Mk. 14. 20, d. hand in dish. John 13. 26, when he had d. the sop. Rev. 19.13, a vesture d. in blood.

See Gen. 37. 31; Josh. 3.15 ; Lu. 16. 24.

DIRECT. Job 32.14, he hath not d. his words. 37. 3, he d. it under the whole heaven. Ps. 5. 3, in morning will I d. my prayer. 119. 5, that my ways were d. to keep. Prov. 3. 6, he shall d. thy paths. 11. 5, righteousness shall d. his way. 16. 9, the Lord d. his steps. 21. 29, as for upright he d. his way. Eccl. 10.10, wisdom profitable to d. Isa. 40.13, wTho hath d. Spirit of the Lord. Jer. 10. 23, not in man to d. his steps. 2 Thess. 3. 5, d. your hearts into love of God. See Gen. 46. 28; Isa. 45.13; 61. 8; 1 Thess. 3.11.

DIRECTION. Num. 21.18.

DIRECTLY. Num. 19. 4; Ezek. 42.12.

DIRT. Judg. 3. 22; Ps. 18. 42; Isa. 57. 20.

DISALLOWED. Num. 30. 5, 8,11; 1 Pet. 2.4,7.

DISANNUL. Isa. 14.27, Lord purposed, who shall

d. it?

Gal. 3.15,17, covenant no man d. See Job 40. 8 ; Isa, 14. 27 ; Heb. 7.18.

DISAPPOINT. Job 5.12; Ps. 17.13; Prov. 15. 22.

DISCERN. 2 Sam. 19. 35, can I d. between good

and evil ? 1 Kings 3.9, that I may d. between good and bad. 11, understanding to d. judgment. Ezra 3.13, could not d. noise of joy. Job 4.16, could not d. form thereof. 6. 30, cannot my taste d. perverse things. Prov. 7.7, I d. among the youths. Eccl. 8. 5, wise man's heart d. time. Jonah 4.11, cannot d. between right and left. Mai. 3.18, d. between righteous and wTicked. Mat. 16. 3; Lu. 12. 56, d. face of sky. 1 Cor. 2.14, they are spiritually d. 11. 29, not d. the Lord's body. 12.10, to another is given d. of spirits. Heb. 4.12, the word is a d. of the thoughts. 5.14, exercised to d. good and evil. See Gen. 27. 23; 31. 32 ; 38. 25 ; 2 Sam. 14.17.

DISCHARGE. 1 Kings 5. 9; Eccl. 8. 8.

DISCIPLE. Isa. 8.16, seal law among my d. Mat. 10.1; Lu. 6.13, called his twelve d. 24; Lu. 6.40, d. not above his master. 42, give cup of water in the name of a d. 12. 2, thy d. do that which is not lawful. 15.2, why do d. transgress tradition. 17.16, brought to thy d., and they could not cure. 19.13; Mk. 10.13, the d. rebuked them. 20.17,  Jesus took d. apart. 22.16, Pharisees sent their d. 26.18; Mk. 14.14; Lu. 22.11, keep passover with d, 35, likewise also said the d. 56, all the d. forsook him and fled. 28.7, tell his d. he is risen. 13.  say ye, his d. came by night.

Mk. 2.18 ; Lu. 5. 33, why do d. of John fast ?

Mk. 4. 34, he expounded all things to d. 7. 2, d. eat with unwashen hands. 5, why walk not d. according to tradition ? Lu. 5. 30, Pharisees murmured against d. 6. 20, lifted up eyes on d. 11.1, as John taught his d. 14. 26, 27, 33, cannot be my d. 19. 37, d. began to rejoice and praise God. 39, Master, rebuke thy d. John 2.11, his d. believed on him. 4. 2, Jesus baptized not, but his d. 6. 22, his d. were gone away alone, 66, many of his d. went back. 7. 3, that thy d. may see works. 8. 31; 13. 35, then are ye my d. indeed, 9. 27, wTill ye also be his d. ? 28, thou art his d., we are Moses' d. 13. 5, began to wash d. feet. 15. 8, so shall ye be my d. 18.15,16, that d. was known. 17, 25, art not thou one of his d. ? 19. 26 ; 20. 2; 21.7, 20, d. whom Jesus loved. 38, a d. of Jesus, but secretly for fear. 20.18, told d. she had seen the Lord. 21. 23, that that d. should not die, 24, this is the d. which testifieth. Acts 9.1, slaughter against d. 26, essayed to join himself to d. 11. 26, d. called Christians first. 20.7, d. came together to break bread. 30, to draw away d. after them. 21.16, an old d. with whom wre should lodsre. See Mat. 11.1; John 3. 25; 18.1, 2; 20. 26.

DISCIPLINE. Job 36.10.

DISCLOSE. Isa. 26. 21.

DISCOMFITED. Judg. 4.15, Lord d. Sisera. 8.12, Gideon d. all the host. 2 Sam. 22.15; Ps. 18.14, lightnings, and d. them. Isa. 31. 8, his young men shall be d. See Ex. 17.13; Num. 14.45; Josh. 10.10.

DISCOMFITURE. 1 Sam. 14. 20.

DISCONTENTED. 1 Sam. 22. 2.

DISCONTINUE. Jer. 17.4.

DISCORD. Prov. 6.14,19.

DISCOURAGE. Num. 32.7, wherefore d. the heart

of the children of Israel. Deut. 1. 21, fear not, nor be d. 28, our brethren have d. our heart. Col. 3. 21, your children, lest they be d. See Num. 21.4 ; 32. 9 ; Isa. 42.4.

DISCOVER. 1 Sam. 14.8,11, we will d. ourselves

to them. 2 Sam. 22. 6; Ps. 18. 15, foundations of the

wTorld d.

Job 12. 22, he d, deep things. 41.13, who can d. face of his garment ? Prov. 25. 9, d. not a secret to another. Ezek. 21. 24, your transgressions are d. See Ps. 29. 9 ; Hos. 7.1; Hab. 3.13 ; Acts 21. 3.

DISCREET. Gen. 41. 33, 39; Mk. 12. 34; Tit. 2. 5.

DISCRETION. Ps. 112. 5; Prov. 11. 22 ; Isa. 28.26;

Jer. 10.12.

DISDAINED. 1 Sam. 17.42; Job 30.1.

DISEASE. Ex. 15. 26; Deut. 7.15, none of these

d. on you.

Deut. 28. 60, bring on thee all d. of Egypt. 2 Kings 1. 2; 8. 8, 9, recover of d. 2 Chron. 16.12, in d. sought not the Lord. Job 30.18, by force of my d. Ps. 103. 3, who healeth all thy d. Eccl. 6. 2, vanity, and it is an evil d. Ezek. 34.4, d. have ye not strengthened. 21, have pushed d. with your horns. See Mat. 4. 23; 14. 35 ; Lu. 9.1; Acts 28. 9.

DISFIGURE. Mat. 6.16.

DISGRACE. Jer. 14. 21.

DISGUISE. 1 Sam. 28. 8; 1 Kings 14. 2; 20. 38; 22. 30; 2 Chron. 18. 29; 35. 22; Job 2415.

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Mk. 14. 20.

DISHONESTY. 2 Cor. 4. 2.

DISHONOUR. Ps. 35. 26; 71. 13, clothed with

shame and d.

Prov. 6. 33, a wound and d. shall he get. Mic. 7. 6, son d. father. John 8.49, 1 honour my Father, ye d. me. Rom. 9. 21, one vessel to honour, another to d. 1 Cor 15.43, sown in d. 2 Cor 6. 8, by honour and d. 2 Tim. 2. 20, some to honour, some to d. See Ezra 4.14; Rom. 1. 24; 2. 23; 1 Cor. 11.4, 5. "DISINHERIT. Num. 14.12.

DISMAYED. Deut. 31. 8; Josh. 1. 9; 8.1: 10. 25; 1 Chron. 22.13; 28. 20; 2 Chron. 20.15,17; 32.7 ; Isa. 41.10 ; Jer. 1.17 ; 10. 2 ; 23.4 ; 30.10; 46. 27; Ezek. 2. 6; 3. 9, fear not nor be d. Jer. 17.18, let them be d., let not me be d. See 1 Sam. 17.11; Jer. 8. 9; 46. 5; Obad. 9.

DISMISSED. 2 Chron. 23. 8; Acts 15. 30; 19.41.

DISOBEDIENCE. Rom. 5. 19; Eph. 2. 2; 5. 6;

Heb. 2. 2.

DISOBEDIENT. Lu. 1.17, turn d. to wisdom of

just.

Acts 26.19, not d. to heavenly vision. Rom. 1. 30; 2 Tim. 3. 2, d. to parents. 1 Tim. 1. 9, law for lawless and d. Tit. 3. 3, we ourselves were sometimes d. 1 Pet 2.7, to them which be d. 3. 20, spirits, which sometime were d. See 1 Kings 13. 26; Neh. 9. 26; Rom. 10. 21.

DISORDERLY. 1 Thess. 5.14; 2 Thess. 3. 6, 7,11.

DISPERSE. Prov. 15.7, lips of wise d. knowledge. John 7. 35, will he go to the d. See Ps. 112. 9 ; Jer. 25. 34; Ezek. 12.15; 20. 23.

DISPLAYED. Ps. 60.4.

DISPLEASE. Num. 11.1, it d, the Lord. 22. 34, if it d, thee, I will get me back. 2 Sam 11. 27, thing David had done d. the Lord. 1 Kings 1. 6, father had not d. him at any time. Ps. 60.1, thou hast been d.

Prov. 24.18, lest the Lord see it and it d. him. Isa. 59.15, it d. him there was no judgment. Jonah 4.1, it d. Jonah exceedingly. Mat. 21,15, scribes saw it, they were d. Mk. 10.14, Jesus was much d. 41, much d. with James and John. See Gen. 48.17 ; 1 Sam. 8. 6; 18. 8 ; Zech. 1. 2.

DISPLEASURE. Deut. 9.19 ; Judg. 15. 3; Ps. 2. 5; 6.1; 38.1.

DISPOSE. Job 34.13; 37.15; Prov. 16. 33.; 1 Cor. 10. 27.

DISPOSITION. Acts 7. 53.

DISPOSSESS. Num. 33.53; Deut. 7.17; Judg. 11.23.

DISPUTATION. Acts 15. 2; Rom. 14.1.

DISPUTE. Job 23.7, the righteous might d. with

him.

Mk. 9. 33, what was it ye d. by the way ? 1 Cor. 1.20, where is the d. of this world? Phil. 2.14, do all things without d. 1 Tim. 6. 5, perverse d.

See Acts 9. 29; 15. 7 ; 17.17 ; Jude 9.

DISQUIET. 1 Sam. 28.15, why d, to bring me up ?

Ps. 42. 5,11; 43.5, why art thou d. within me ?

See Ps. 38. 8; 39. 6; Jer. 50. 34.

DISSEMBLE. Josh. 7.11; Ps. 26. 4; Prov. 26. 24;

Jer. 42. 20; Gal. 2.13.

DISSENSION. Acts 15. 2; 23.7,10.

DISSIMULATION. Rom. 12. 9; Gal. 2.13.

DISSOLVE. Isa. 34.4, host of heaven shall be d.

Dan. 5.16, thou canst d. doubts. 2 Cor 5t 11, house of tabernacle d. 2 Pet. 3.11, all these things shall be d. 12, heavens being on fire shall be d. Bee Job 30. 22; Ps. 75.3; Isa. 14. 31; 24.19; Dan. 5.12; Nan. 2. 6.

DISTAFF. Prov. 31.19.

DISTIL. Deut. 32. 2; Job 36. 28.

DISTINCTION. 1 Cor. 14.7.

DISTINCTLY. Neh. 8. 8.

DISTRACT. Ps. 88.15; 1 Cor. 7. 35.

DISTRESS. Gen. 42. 21, therefore is this d. come

upon us. Judg. 11.7, ye come when ye are in d. 1 Sam 22. 2, every one in d. came to David. 2 Sam 22.7 ; Ps. 18.6; 118.5; 120.1, in d. I called. 1 Kings 1. 29, redeemed my soul out of all d. 2 Chron 28. 22, in d. Ahaz trespassed more. Neh. 2.17, ye see the d. we are in.

Ps. 25.17 ; 107. 6,13,19, 28, out of d. Prov. 1. 27, mock vtiien d. cometh. Isa. 25.4, a strength to needy in d. Obad. 12.14; Zeph. 1.15, day of d. Lu. 21. 23, shall be great d. in the land. 25, on earth d. of nations. Rom. 8. 35, shall d. separate us ? 1 Cor 7. 26, good for present d. 2 Cor 6.4, approving ourselves in d. 12.10,  take pleasure in d.

See Gen. 35.3; Neh. 9.37; 2 Cor. 4.8; 1 Thess. 3.7.

DISTRIBUTE. Neh. 13.13, office was to d. to brethren.

Job 21.17, God d. sorrows in anger. Lu. 18. 22, sell and d. to poor. John 6.11, given thanks, he d. Rom. 12.13, d. to necessity of saints. 1 Cor 7.17, as God hath d. to every man. 2 Cor 9.13, your liberal d.

See Josh. 13. 32; Acts 4. 35; 2 Cor. 10.13; 1 Tim. 6.18.

DITCH. Ps. 7.15, fallen into d. he made. Mat. 15.14; Lu. 6. 39, both fall into d. See 2 Kings 3.16; Job 9.31; Prov. 23.27; Tsa. 22.11.

DIVERS. Deut. 22.9, sow vineyard with d. kinds. 11, garment of d. sorts. 25.13, not have in bag d. weights. 14, d. measures, great and small. Prov. 20.10, 23, d. weights and measures abomination.

Mat. 4. 24; Mk. 1. 34; Lu. 4.40, d. diseases. 24.7 ; Mk. 13. 8; Lu. 21.11, in d. places. Mk. 8. 3, for d. of them came from far. 1 Cor 12.10, to another d. kinds of tongues. 2 Tim. 3. 6; Tit. 3. 3, led away with d, lusts. Jas. 1. 2, joy in d. temptations.

See Eccl. 5.7; Heb. 1.1; 2.4; 9.10; 13. 9.

DIVERSE. Esth. 3. 8, laws d. from all people. 1 Cor. 12. 6, d. of operations, but same God. See Esth. 1.7 ; 1 Cor. 12.4, 28.

DIVIDE. Lev. 11. 4, 5, 6, 7, 26; Deut. 14.7, not eat

these that d. the hoof. Josh. 19.49, an end of d, the land. 1 Kings 3. 25, d. living child in two. Job 27.17, innocent shall d. silver. Ps. 68.12; Prov. 16.19; Isa. 9. 3; 53.12, d. spoil. Amos 7.17, thy land shall be d. by line. Mat. 12. 25; Mk. 3. 24; Lu. 11. 17, kingdom or house d. 26; Mk. 3.26; Lu. 11.18, d. against himself, Lu. 12.13, that he d. Inheritance with me. 14, who made me a d. 52,  five in one house d. 53,  father d. against son. 15.12, he d. unto them his living. Acts 14.4; 23.7, multitude d. 1 Cor 1.13, is Christ d. ? 12.11, d. to every man severally as he will. 2 Tim. 2.15, rightly d. word of truth. Heb. 4.12, piercing to d. asunder.

See Dan. 7. 25;; Hos. 10. 2; Mat. 25. 32 ; Lu. 22.17.

DIVINATION.' Num. 23.23, neither is any d. a-gainst Israel.

Acts 16.16, damsel with a spirit of d.

See Deut. 18.10; 2 Kings 17.17; Ezek. 13. 23.

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1 Sam 28. 8, d. to me by the familiar spirit. Ezek. 13. 9, prophets that d. lies. 21. 29, they d. lies unto thee.

Mic. 3.11, prophets d. for money.

Bee Gen. 44. 5; Ezek. 22. 28; Mic. 3. 6.

DIVINE.{ad.). Prov. 16.10; Heb. 9.1; 2 Pet. 1.3,4.

DIVINER. 1 Sam. 6. 2; Isa. 44. 25; Jer. 27. 9; 29.8.

DIVISION. Ex. 8. 23, will put a d. between my I>eople.

Judg. 5.15, for d. of Reuben great thoughts of heart.

Lu. 12. 51, 1 tell you nay, but rather d.

John 7.43; 9.16; 10.19, d. because of him.

Rom. 16.17, mark them which cause d.

See 1 Cor. 1.10; 3. 3; 11.18.

DO. Ruth 3. 5, all thou sayest I will d.

Eccl. 3.12, for a man to a. good.

Isa. 46.11, 1 will also d. it.

Hos. 6.4, what shall I d. unto thee ?

Mat. 7.12, men should d. to you d. ye so. 23. 3, they say and d. not.

Lu. 10. 28, this d. and thou shalt live. 22.19; 1 Cor. 11. 24, this d. in remembrance.

John 15. 5, without me ye can d. nothing.

Rom. 7.15, what I would, that d. I not. 2 Cor 11.12, what I d. that I will d.

Gal. 5.17, ye cannot d. the things ye would. Phil. 4.13, I can d. all things through Christ. Heb. 4.13, with whom we have to d. Jas. 1. 23, a hearer, not a d. of the word. See John 6. 38; 10. 37 ; Rev. 19.10; 22. 9.

DOCTRINE. Prov. 4.2, I give you good d. Isa. 28. 9, made to understand d. Jer. 10. 8, the stock is a d. of vanities. Mat. 15.9; Mk. 7.7, for d. commandments of men. 16.12, the d. of the Pharisees. Mk. 1. 27 ; Acts 17.19, what new d. is this ? John 7.17, do his will shall know of the d. Acts 2.42, continued in apostles' d. 5. 28, filled Jerusalem with your d. Rom. 6.17, obeyed that form of d. 16.17, contrary to the d. 1 Cor. 14. 26, every one hath a d. Eph. 4.14, every wind of d. 1 Tim. 1.10, contrary to sound d. 4. 6, nourished in words of good d. 13, give attendance to d. 16, take heed to thyself and d. 2 Tim. 3.10, hast fully known my d. 16,  scripture profitable for d. 4. 2, exhort with all longsuffering and d. Tit-1. 9, by sound d. to exhort and convince. 2.1, things which become sound d. 7, in d. showing incorruptness. 10, adorn the d. of God our Saviour. Heb. 6.1, principles of the d. 2, the d. of baptisms. 13. 9, not carried about with strange d. 2 John 9, abideth in d. of Christ. See 'Dent. 32.2; Job 11.4; John 7.16; 1 Tim. 5.17.

DOG. Ex. 11.7, against Israel not a d. move. Deut. 23.18, not bring price of d. into house. Judg. 7. 5, that lappeth as d. lappeth. 1 Sam 17.43; 24.14 ; 2 Sam. 3. 8, amlai? 2 Sam 9. 8, upon such a dead d. as I am. 2 Kings 8.13, what, is thy servant ad.? Job 30.1, disdained to set with d.

Ps. 22. 20, darling from power of the d. 59. 6, they make noise like a d. Prov. 26.11; 2 Pet. 2. 22, as a d. returneth. 17,  like one that taketh a d. by ears. Eccl. 9.4, living d. better than dead lion. Isa. 56.10, they are all dumb d. 66. 3, as if he cut off a d. neck. Mat. 7. 6, give not that which is holy to d. 15. 27 ; Mk. 7. 28, the d. eat of crumbs. Phil. 3. 2, beware of d. Rev. 22.15, without are d. See Ex. 22. 31; 1 Kings 14.11; 21. 23; 22. 28.

DOING. Ex. 15.11, fearful in praises, d. wonders. Judg. 2.19, ceased not from their own d. 1 Sam. 25. 3, churlish and evil in his d. 1 Chron 22.16, arise and be d. Neh. 6. 3, I am d. a great work. Ps. 9.11; Isa. 12.4, declare his d. 66. 5, terrible in d. toward children of men. 77.12, 1 will talk of thy d. 118. 23; Mat. 21.42; Mk. 12.11, the Lord's d. Mic. 2. 7, are these his d. ? Mat. 24.46; Lu. 12.43, shall find so d. Acts 10. 38, went about d. good. Rom. 2. 7, patient continuance in well d. 2 Cor 8.11, perform the d. of it.

Gal. 6. 9 ; 2 Thess. 3.13, weary in well d. Eph. 6. 6, d. will of God from heart. 1 Pet 2.15, with well d. put to silence. 3.17, sutler for well d. 4.19, commit souls in well d. See Lev. 18. 3; Prov. 20.11; Isa. 1.16; Jer. 4.4.

DOLEFUL. Isa. 13. 21; Mic. 2.4.

DOMINION. Gen. 27.40, when thou shalt have d. 37. 8, shalt thou have d. over us?

N um. 24.19, come he that shall have d. Job 25. 2, d. and fear are with him. 38. 33, canst thou set the d. thereof ? Ps. 8. 6, d. over works of thy hands. 19.13; 119.133, let them not have d. over me. 72. 8 ; Zech. 9.10, d. from sea to sea. Isa. 26.13, other lords have had d. over us. Dan. 4. 34; 7.14, d. is an everlasting d. Mat. 20. 25, princes of Gentiles exercise d. Rom. 6. 9, death hath no more d. 14, sin shall not have d. 7.1, law hath d. over a man. 2 Cor 1. 24, not d. over your faith. Eph. 1. 21, above all d.

Col. 1.16, whether they be thrones or d.

See Dan. 6. 26; 1 Pet. 4.11; Jude 25; Rev. 1. 6.

DOOR. Gen. 4.7, sin lieth at the d. Ex. 12.7, strike blood on d. posts. 33. 8; Num. 11.10, every man at tent d. Judg. 16. 3, Samson took d. of the gate. Job 31. 9, laid wait at neighbour's d. 32, I opened my d. to the travellers. 38.17, the d. of the shadow of death. 41.14, who can open d. of his face ? Ps. 24.7, ye everlasting d. 78. 23, opened the d. of heaven. 84.10, rather be rf.-keeper. 141. 3, keep the d. of my lips. Prov. 5. 8, come not nigh d. of her house. 8. 3, wisdom crieth at d. 26.14, as d. turneth on hinges. Eccl. 12.4, d. shall be shut in the streets. Isa. 6.4, posts of the d. moved. 26. 20, enter and shut thy d. about thee. Hos. 2.15, for a d. of hope.

Mai. 1.10, who would shut the d. for nought. Mat. 6. 6, when thou hast shut thy d. 24. 33 ; Mk. 13. 29, near, even at the d. 25.10, and the d. was shut. 27. 60; 28. 2; Mk. 15.46, d. of sepulchre. Mk. 1. 33, city gathered at the d. 2. 2, not so much as about the d. Lu. 13. 25, master hath shut to the d. John 10.1, 2, entereth not by d. 7. 9, I am the d. 18.16, Peter stood at the d. without. 17, damsel that kept the d. 20.19, 26, when d. were shut, Jesus came. Acts 5. 9, feet at the d. to carry thee out. 14. 27, opened the d. of faith. 1 Cor 16. 9, great d. and effectual. 2 Cor 2.12, d. opened to me of the Lord. Col. 4. 3, open a d. of utterance.

Jas. 5. 9, judge standeth before the d. , Rev. 3. 8, set before thee an open d. 20, I stand at d. and knock. 4.1, behold a d. opened in heaven. Bee Ex. 21. 6; Deut. 11. 20; Isa. 57. 8; Acts 5.19; 16. 26.

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DOTE. Jer. 50. 36; Ezek. 23. 5; 1 Tim. 6.4.

DOUBLE. Gen. 43.12,15, take d. money in hand. Ex. 22.4, 7, 9, he shall restore d. Deut. 15.18, worth a d. hired servant. 2 Kings 2. 9, a d. portion of thy spirit. 1 Chron. 12. 33; Ps. 12. 2, a d. heart. Isa. 40. 2, received d. for all her sins. Jer. 16.18, recompense their sin d. ITim. 3. 8, deacons not d. tongued. 5.17, worthy of d. honour. Jas. 1. 8, a d, minded man unstable. 4. 8, purify your hearts, ye d. minded. See Gen. 41.32; Isa. 61.7; Ezek. 21.14; Rev. 18.6.

DOUBT. Deut. 28.66, thy life shall hang in d. Job 12.2, no d. ye are the people. Ps. 126. 6, shall d. come again, rejoicing. Dan. 5.12,16, dissolving of d. Mat. 14. 31, wherefore didst thou d. 21. 21, if ye have faith and d. not. Mk. 11. 23, shall not d. in his heart. Lu. 11. 20, no d. kingdom of G-od is come. John 10, 24, how long dost thou make us to d. Acts 5. 24, they d. whereunto this would grow. 28.4, no d. this man is a murderer. Horn. 14. 23, he that d. is damned if he eat. Gal. 4. 20, I stand in d. of you. 1 Tim. 2. t, pray without wrath and d. 1 John 2.19, would no d. have continued. See Lu. 12. 29; Acts 2.12; Phil. 3. 8.

DOVE. Ps. 55. 6, that I had wings like a d. Isa. 59.11, mourn sore like d. 60. 8, flee as d. to their windows. Mat. 10.16, he harmless as d. 21.12; Mk. 11.15; John 2.14, them that sold d. See Jer. 48. 28; Hos. 7.11; Mat. 3.16; Mk. 1.10.

DOWN. 2 Sam. 3.35, if I taste ousrht till sun be d. 2 Kings 19. 30; Isa. 37. 31, again take root d. Ps. 59.15, let them wander up and d. 109. 23, I am tossed up and d. Eccl. 3. 21, spirit of the beast that goeth d. Zech. 10.12, walk up and d. in his name. See Josh. 8. 29; Ps. 139. 2; Ezek. 38.14.

DOWRY. Gen. 30. 20; 34.12; Ex. 22.17 ; 1 Sam. 18. 25.

DRAG. Hab. 1.15,16; John 21. 8.

DRAGON. Deut. 32. 33, their wine is the poison

of d.

Neh. 2.13, before the d. well. Job 30. 29, I am a brother to d. Ps. 91.13, the d. shalt thou trample. 148.7, praise the Lord, ye d. Isa. 43. 20, the d. and owls shall honour me. Jer. 9.11, will make Jerusalem a den of d. Rev. 20. 2, the d., that old serpent. See Rev. 12. 3 ; 13. 2,11; 16.13.

DRANK. 1 Sam. 30.12, nor d. water three days

and nights. 2 Sam. 12. 3, and d. of his own cup. 1 Kings 17. 6, and he d. of the brook. Dan. 1. 5, appointed of the wine he d. 5.4, they d. wine, and praised the gods. Mk. 14. 23, and they all d. of it. Lu. 17. 27, 28, they d., they married. John 4.12, than our father, who d. thereof. 1 Cor. 10.4, for they d. of that spiritual Rock. See Gen. 9. 21; 24. 46; 27. 25 ; Num. 20.11.

DRAUGHT. Mat. 15.17 ; Mk. 7.19; Lu. 5.4, 9.

DRAVE. Ex. 14. 25 ; Josh. 24.12; Judg. 6. 9.

DRAW. Job 40. 23, trusteth he can d. up Jordan. 41.1, canst thou d. out leviathan. Ps. 28. 3, d. me not away with wicked. 37.14, wicked have d. out sword. 55.21, yet were they d. swords. 88. 3, my life d. nigh unto the grave. Eccl. 12.1, nor years d. nigh. Cant. 1.4, d. me, we will run after thee. Isa. 5.18, d. iniquity with cords. 12. 3, d. water from wells of salvation. Jer. 31. 3, with lovingkindness have I d. thee.

Mat. 15. 8, people d. nigh with their mouth. Lu. 21. 8, the time d. near. 28,  your redemption d. nigh.

John 4.11, thou hast nothing to d. with. 15, thirst not, neither come hither to d. 6.44, except Father d. him. 12. 32, if lifted up, will d. all men. Heb. 10. 22, d. near with true heart. 38, 39, if any d. back. Jas. 4. 8, d. nieh to God, he will d. See Acts 11.10; 20. 30 ; Heb. 7.19 ; Jas. 2. 6.

DRAWER. Deut. 29.11; Josh. 9. 21.

DREAD. Gen. 28.17, how d. is this place. Deut. 2. 25; 11. 25, begin to put d. of thee. Isa. 8.13, let him be your d. Mai. 4. 5, the great and d. day. See Gen. 9. 2; Ex. 15.16 ; Dan. 9.4.

DREAM. Job 20, 8, shall fly away as a d. 33.15,16, in a d. he openeth the ears. Ps. 73. 20, as a d. when oue awaketh. 126.1, we were like them that d. Eccl. 5. 3, a d. cometh through much business. Jer. 23. 28, prophet that hath a d. Joel 2. 28 ; Acts 2.17, old men d. d. Jude 8, filthy d, defile the flesh. See Job 7.14 ; Isa. 29. 8; Jer. 27. 9.

DREGS. Ps. 75. 8; Isa. 51.17.

DRESS. Gen. 2.15, put man in garden to d. it. Deut. 28. 39, plant vineyards and d. them. 2 Sam. 12.4, poor man's lamb, and d. it. See Ex. 30.7 ; Lu. 13. 7 ; Heb. 6. 7.

DREW. Gen. 47.29, time d. nigh that Israel must

die.

Ex. 2.10, because I d. him out of the water. Josh. 8. 26, Joshua d. not his hand back. 1 Kings 22. 34; 2 Chron. 18. 33, man d. a bow. 2 Kings 9. 24, Jehu d. bow with full strength. Hos. 11.4, d. them with cords of a man. Zeph. 3. 2, she d. not near to her God.

Mat. 21. 34, when time of fruit d. near. Lu. 24.15, Jesus himself d. near. Acts 5. 37, and d. away much people. See Esth. 5. 2; Lam. 3! 57 ; Acts 7.17.

DRINK.(n.). Lev. 10. 9, do not drink strong d.

when ye go.

Num. 6. 3, separate himself from strong d. Deut. 14. 26, bestow money for strong d. 29. 6, strong d. these forty years. Prov. 20.1, strong d. is raging. 31.4, not for princes to drink strong d. 6, give strong d. to him that is ready to perish. Isa. 24. 9, strong d. shall be bitter 28.7, erred through strong d. Mic. 2.11, prophesy of wine and strong d. Hab. 2.15, that giveth his neighbour d. Hag. 1. 6, ye are not filled with d. Mat. 25. 35, 37,42, thirsty and ye gave me d. John 4. 9, a Jew, askest d. of me. 6. 55, my blood is d. indeed.

Rom. 12. 20, if thine enemy thirst, give him d. 14.17, kingdom not meat and d. 1 Cor 10.4, same spiritual d.

Col. 2.16, judge you in meat or in d. See Gen. 21.19; Isa. 32. 6 ; 43. 20 ; Lu. 1.15.

DRINK.(«.). Ex. 15. 24, what shall we d. ? 17.1, no water for people to d. 2 Sain 23.16; 1 Chron. 11.18, David would not d. Ps. 36. 8, d. of the river of thy pleasures. 60. 3, d. the wine of astonishment. 80. 5, gavest them tears to d. 110.7, he shall d. of the brook in the way. Prov. 5.15, d. waters of thine own cistern. 31. 5, lest they d. and forget the law. 7,  let him d. and forget his poverty. Eccl. 9.7, d. wine with merry heart. Cant. 5.1, d., yea, d. abundantly. Isa. 5. 22, mighty to d. wine. 65.13, my servants shall d., but ye. Jer. 35. 2, give Rechabites wine to d. 227

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Jer. 35. 6, we will d. no wine. 14, to this day they d. none. Ezek. 4.11, thou shalt d. water by measure. Amos 2. 8, d. the wine of the condemned. Zech. 9.15, they shall d. and make a noise. Mat. 10.42, whoso shall give to 'cl. 20.22; Mk. 10. 38, are ye able to d. 26. 27, saying, d. ye all of it. 29; Mk. 14. 25; Lu. 22.18, when I d. it new. 42, may not pass except I d. Mk. 9.41, shall give you cup of water to d. 16.18, if they d. any deadly thing. John 4.10, give me to d. 7. 37, let him come to me and d. 18.11, cup given me, shall I not d. it. Rom. 14. 21, not good to cl. wine. 1 Cor. 10.4, did all cl. same spiritual drink. 11. 25, as oft as ye d. it. 12.13, made to a. into one Spirit. See Mk. 2.16; Lu. 7. 33; 10.7.

DRIVE. G-en. 4.14, thou hast d. me out. Ex. 23. 28, hornets shall d. out Hivite. Deut. 4.19, lest thou be d. to worship them. Job 24. 3, they d. away ass of the fatherless. 30. 5, they were d. forth from among men. Prov. 14. 32, wicked d. away in his wickedness. 22.15, rod shall cl. it away. 25. 23, north wind d. away rain.

Jer. 46.15, stood not, because Lord did d. them.

Dan. 4. 25; 5. 21, they shall d. thee from men.

Hos. 13. 3, as chaff d. with whirlwind.

Lu. 8. 29, he was d. of the devil.

Jas. 1. 6, wave d. with the wind.

See 2 Kings 9. 20; Jer. 8. 3; Ezek. 31.11.

DROP.(n,). Job 36.27, maketh small the d. of water.

Isa. 40.15, as the d. of a bucket.

See Job 38. 28; Cant. 5. 2; Lu. 22.44.

DROP.(v.). Deut. 32.2, doctrine shall d. as the rain.

Job 29. 22, my speech d. upon them.

Ps. 65.11, paths d. fatness. 68. 8, heavens d. at presence of God.

Eccl. 10.18, through idleness house cl. through.

Isa. 45. 8, cl. down, ye heavens.

Ezek. 20.46, d. thy word toward the south.

See 2 Sam. 21.10; Joel 3.18; Amos 9.13.

DROSS. Prov. 25.4; 26.23; Isa. 1.22,25; Ezek. 22.18.

DROUGHT. Isa. 58. 11; Jer. 17. 8; Hos. 13. 5;

Hag. 1.11.

DROVE. Gen. 3.24; 15.11; 32.16; 33.8; John 2.15.

DROWN. Cant. 8.7, neither can floods d. it.

ITim. 6. 9, that cl. men in perdition.

See Ex. 15.4; Mat, 18. 6; Heb. 11. 29.

DROWSINESS. Prov. 23. 21.

DRUNK. 2 Sam. 11.13, David made Uriah d. 1 Kings 20.16, was drinking himself d.

Job 12. 25; Ps. 107. 27, stagger like a d. man.

Jer. 23. 9, I am like a d. man.

Lam. 5.4, we have d. water for money.

Hab. 2.15, makest him d. also.

Mat. 24.49; Lu. 12.45, drink with the d.

Acts 2.15, these are not d. 1 Cor. 11. 21, one is hungry, and another d. 1 Thess. 5.7, d, are d. in the night.

See Lu. 5. 39; John 2.10; Eph. 5.18; Rev. 17. 6.

DRUNKARD. Deut. 21. 20, our son is a glutton and a d.

Prov. 23.21, d. and glutton come to poverty. 26. 9, as a thorn goeth into hand of d. 1 Cor. 6.10, nor d. shall inherit.

See Ps. 69.12; Isa. 24. 20; Joel 1. 5; Nah. 1.10.

DRUNKENNESS. Deut. 29.19, to add d. to thirst.

Eccl. 10.17, eat for strength not for d.

Ezek. 23. 33, shalt be filled with d.

See Lu. 21. 34; Rom. 13.13; Gal. 5. 21.

DRY. Prov. 17. 22, a broken spirit d. the bones.

Isa. 44. 3, pour floods on d. ground.

Mat. 12.43; Lu. 11. 24, through d. places.

Mk. 5. 29, fountain of blood d. up.

See Ps. 107. 33, 35; Isa. 53. 2; Mk. 11. 20.

DUE. Lev. 10.13,14, it is thy d., and thy sons' d. 26.4; Deut. 11.14, rain in d. season. Ps. 104. 27; 145.15; Mat. 24. 45; Lu. 14. 42, meat

in d. season.

Prov. 15. 23, word spoken in d. season. Mat. 18. 34, pay all that was d. Lu. 23.41, the d. reward of our deeds. Rom. 5. 6, in cl. time Christ died. Gal. 6. 9, in d. season we shall reap. See Prov. 3. 27 ; 1 Cor. 15. 8 ; Tit. 1. 3 ; 1 Pet. 5. 6.

DULL. Mat. 13.15 ; Acts 28. 27 ; Heb. 5.11.

DUMB. Ex. 4.11, who maketh the d. Prov. 31. 8, open thy mouth for the d. Isa. 35. 6, the tongue of the d. shall sing. 53.7 ; Acts 8. 32, sheep before shearers d. 56.10, they are all cl. dogs. Ezek. 3. 26, be d. and shalt not be reprover. Hab. 2.19, woe to him that saith to d. stone. Mat. 9.32; 12. 22; 15.30; Mk. 7. 37; 9.17, cl. man. See Ps. 39.2; Dan. 10.15; Lu. 1. 20; 11.14; 2 Pet, 2.16.

DUNG. 1 Sam. 2. 8; Ps. 113.7, lifteth beggar from

cZ.-hill.

Lu. 13. 8, till I dig about it and d. it. 14. 35, neither fit for land nor c?.-hill. Phil. 3. 8, count all things but d. See Neh. 2.13; Lam. 4. 5; Mai. 2. 3. # DUNGEON. Gen. 40.15; 41.14; Ex. jL2. 29; Jer. 38. 6; Lam. 3. 53.

DURABLE. Prov. 8.18; Isa. 23.18.

DURETH. Mat. 13. 21.

DURST. Mat. 22. 46; Mk. 12. 34; Lu. 20.40, nor d.

ask questions.

John 21.12, none of disciples d. ask. See Esth. 7. 5; Job 32. 6; Acts 5.13; Jude 9.

DUST. Gen. 2.7, Lord God formed man of d. 3.14, cl. shalt thou eat. 19, cl. thou art. 18. 27, who am but d. and ashes. Job 22. 24; 27.16, lay up gold as d. 42. 6, I repent in d. and ashes. Ps. 30. 9, shall the d. praise thee ? 102.14, servants favour d. thereof. 103.14, remembereth that we are d. Eccl. 3. 20, all are of the d. and turn to d. again. Isa. 40.12, comprehended cl. of the earth. 65. 25, d. shall be serpent's meat. Lam. 3. 29, he putteth his mouth in the d. Dan. 12. 2, many that sleep in d. shall awake. Mic. 7.17, lick the d. like a serpent. Mat. 10.14; Mk. 6.11; Lu. 9. 5, shake off d. from

feet.

Lu. 10.11, even d. of your city. Acts 22. 23, as they threw d. into the air. See Ex. 8.16 ; Num. 23.10; Deut. 9.21; Job 39.14.

DUTY. Eccl. 12.13, the whole d. of man. Lu. 17.10, that which was our d. to do. Rom. 15. 27, their d. is to minister. See Ex. 21.10; Deut. 25.5; 2 Chron. 8.14; Ezra 3.4.

DWELL. Deut. 12.11, cause name to d. there. 1 Sam. 4.4; 2 Sam. 6.2; 1 Chron. 13. 6, d. between

cherubims. 1 Kings 8. 30; 2 Chron. 6. 21, heaven thy d-place. Ps. 23. 6, will cl. in house of the Lord. 37. 3, so shalt thou d. in the land. 84.10, than to d. in tents of wickedness. 132.14, here will I d. 133.1, good for brethren to d. together. Isa. 33.14, d. with devouring fire. 16,  he shall d. on high. 57.15, I d- in high and holy place. John 6. 56, d. in me and I in him. 14.10, the Father that d. in me. 17,  for he d. with you and shall be in you. Rom. 7.17, sin that cl. in me.

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1 John 3.17, how d. the love of God in him. 4.12, God d. in us.

See Rom. 8. 9; 2 Cor. 6.16; Jas. 4. 5.

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