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IDLE. Ex. 5.8,17, they be i. Prov. 19.15, an i. soul shall hunger. 31.27, she eateth not bread of i. Mat. 12.36, every *. word men speak. 20. 3, 6, others standing i. See Eccl. 10.18; Ezek. 16.49; 1 Tim. 5.13.

IDOL. 1 Chron. 16. 26; Ps. 96. 5, all gods of the

people are i.

Isa. 66.3, as if he blessed an i. Jer. 50.38, they are mad upon their i. Hos. 4.17, Ephraim is joined to i. Acts 15.20, abstain from pollutions of i. 1 Cor. 8.4, we know an i. is nothing. 7, with conscience of the i. 1 Thess. 1.9, ye turned to God from i. 1 John 5.21, keep yourselves from i.

See Acts 17.16; Gal. 5. 20; Col. 3. 5.

IGNORANCE. Acts 3.17, through i. ye did it. 17. 30, the times of i. God winked at.

Eph. 4.18, alienated through i. 1 Pet. 2.15, put to silence i. of foolish men.

See Lev. 4.2,13, 22, 27 ; 5.15 ; Num. 15.24.

IGNORANT. Ps. 73.22, so foolish was I and i.

Isa. 63.16, though Abraham be i. of us.

Acts 4.13, perceived they were i. men.

Rom. 10. 3, being i. of God's righteousness. 1 Cor 14.38, if any man be i., let him be i. 2 Cor 2.11, not i. of his devices.

Heb. 5.2, can have compassion on the i. 2 Pet. 3.5, they willingly are i. See Num. 15.28; Acts 17.23; 1 Tim. 1.13.

IMAGINATION. Gen. 6.5 ; 8.21, i. of heart evil. Deut, 29.19 ; Jer. 23.17, walk in i. of heart. 1 Chron 28.9, understandeth all the i. of thoughts. Rom. 1.21, vain in their i. 2 Cor 10.5, casting down i.

See Deut. 31.21; Prov. 6.18; Lam. 3.60.

IMAGINE. Ps. 62.3, how long will ye i. mischief.

Nah. 1.9, what do ye i, against the Lord. 11, there is one that i. evil.

Zech. 7.10; 8.17, let none i, evil.

See Job 21.27; Ps. 10.2; 21.11; Acts 4.25.

IMMORTAL. 1 Tim. 1.17.

IMMORTALITY. Rom. 2.7; 1 Cor. 15.53; 1 Tim. 6.16 ; 2 Tim. 1.10.

IMPART. Job 39. 17 ; Lu. 3. 11; Rom. 1. 11; 1 Thess. 2. 8.

IMPEDIMENT. Mk. 7. 32.

IMPENITENT. Rom. 2.5.

IMPLACABLE. Rom. 1. 31.

IMPOSE. Ezra 7.24; Heb. 9.10.

IMPOSSIBLE. Mat. 19. 26; Mk. 10. 27; Lu. 18. 27, with men it is i.

Lu. 1.37 ; 18.27, with God nothing i.

See Mat. 17. 20 ; Lu. 17.1; Heb. 6. 4,18 ; 11. 6.

IMPOTENT. John 5.3; Acts 4.9; 14. 8.

IMPOVERISH. Judg. 6. 6; Isa. 40.20; Jer. 5.17.

IMPRISONMENT. Ezra 7. 26; 2 Cor. 6. 5; Heb. 11.36.

IMPUDENT. Prov. 7.13; Ezek. 2.4; 3. 7.

IMPUTE. Lev. 17. 4, blood shall be i. to that man.

Ps. 32. 2; Rom. 4. 8, to whom the Lord i. not iniquity.

Hab. 1.11, i. his power to his god.

Rom. 5.13, sin not i. when there is no law.

See 1 Sam. 22.15; 2 Sam. 19.19; 2 Cor. 5.19.

INCLINE. Josh. 24. 23, i. your hearts to the Lord. 1 Kings 8. 58, that he may i. hearts to keep law.

Ps. 40.1; 116.2, he i. unto me and heard. 119. 36, i, my heart to thy testimonies.

Jer. 7. 24 ; 11. 8; 17.23; 34.14, nor i. ear.

See Prov. 2.18; Jer. 25.4; 44. 5.

INCLOSED. Ps. 17.10; 22.16; Lu. 5. 6.

INCONTINENT. 1 Cor. 7. 5; 2 Tim. 3. 3.

INCORRUPTIBLE. 1 Cor. 9.25, an i. crown. 1 Pet. 1.4, inheritance i. 23, born of i. seed.

See Rom. 1.23; 1 Cor. 15.42, 50, 52, 53, 54.

INCREASE.(n.). Lev. 25. 36, take no usury or i. 26.4, the land shall yield her i.

Deut. 14.22, 28, tithe all i.

Ps. 67. 6; Ezek. 34.27, earth shall yield her ».

Prov. 18. 20, with the i. of his lips,

Eccl. 5.10, not satisfied with i,

Isa. 9.7, i. of his government. 1 Cor. 3. 6, 7, God gave the i.

See Jer. 2.3; Eph. 4.16; Col. 2.19.

INCREASE.(v.). Job 8. 7, thy latter end shall greatly *. 267

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Ps. 4.7, that their corn and wine i. 62.10,  if riches i., set not. 115.14, Lord shall i. you more and more. Prov. 1.5; 9. 9, a wise man will i. learning. 11. 24, scattereth and yet i. Eccl. 1.18, he that i. knowledge i. sorrow. Isa. 9. 3, multiplied nation and not i. jo>. 40. 29, he i. strength.

Ezek. 38. 37, i. them with men like a flock. Dan. 12. 4, knowledge shall be i. Hos. 12.1, he daily i. lies. Hah. 2. 6, that i. that which is not his. Lu. 2.52, Jesus i. in wisdom. Acts 6. 7, word of God i. 16. 5, churches i. daily. Rev. 3.17, I am rich and i. with goods. See Eccl. 2. 9; 5.11; Mk. 4.8 ; Col. 2.19.

INCREDIBLE. Acts 26.8.

INCURABLE. 2 Chron. 21. 18; Jer. 15. 18; Mic. 1.9.

INDEED. 1 Kings 8.27; 2 Chron. 6.18, God i. dwell

on earth. 1 Chron. 4.10, bless me i. Mk. 11. 32, a prophet i. Lu. 24. 34, the Lord is risen i, John 1.47, an Israelite i. 6. 55, my flesh is meat i.t my blood drink i. 8. 36, shall be free i. 1 Tim. 5. 3, that are widows i. See Gen. 37. 8 ; Isa. 6. 9; Rom. 8. 7.

INDIGNATION. Ps. 78. 49, wrath, I, and trouble. Isa. 26. 20, till the i. be overpast. Nah. 1.6, who can stand before his i. Mat. 20. 24, moved with i. 26.8, they had i. 2 Cor 7.11, yea, what i.

Heb. 10.27, fearful looking for of fiery L

Rev. 14.10, the cup of his i.

See Zech. 1.12; Acts 5.17 ; Rom. 2.8.

INDITING. Ps.45.1.

INDUSTRIOUS. 1 Kinsrs 11. 28.

INEXCUSABLE. Rom. 2.1.

INFANT. Job 3.16 ; Isa. 65.20; Lu. 18.15.

INFIDEL. 2 Cor. 6.15; 1 Tim. 5.8.

INFIRMITY. Ps. 77.10, this is mine i.

Prov. 18.14, spirit of man will sustain his i.

Mat. 8.17, himself took our i.

Rom. 6.19, the i. of your flesh. 8. 26, the Spirit helpeth our i. 15.1, bear the i. of the weak. 2 Cor. 12. 5,10, glory in mine i. 1 Tim. 5. 23, wine for thine often i.

Heb. 4.15, feeling of our i.

See Lu. 5.15; 7. 21; John 5. 5; Heb. 5. 2.

INFLAME. Isa. 5.11; 57.5.

INFLICTED. 2 Cor. 2. 6.

INFLUENCES. Job 38. 31.

INGRAFTED. Jas. 1.21.

INHABIT. Isa. 57.15; 65.21; Amos 9.14.

INHABITANT. Num. 13. 32, land eateth up i.

Judg. 5. 23, curse bitterly the i.

Isa. 6.11, cities wasted without i. 33. 24, i. shall not say, I am sick. 40.22, i. are as grasshoppers.

Jer, 44.22, land without an i.

See Jer. 2.15; 4. 7 ; Zech. 8. 21.

INHERIT. Ex. 32.13, they shall i, it for ever.

Ps. 25.13, shall i. the earth. 37.11,  the meek shall i. the earth. Prov. 14.18, the simple i. folly. Mat. 19.29, shall i. everlasting life. 25. 34, i. kingdom prepared. Mk. 10. 17 ; Lu. 10.25; 18.18, i. eternal life. 1 Cor. 6. 9; 15. 50; Gal. 5. 21, not i. kingdom. Heb. 12.17, when he would have i. blessing. See Heb. 6.12; 1 Pet. 3. 9; Rev. 21. 7.

INHERITANCE. Ps. 16. 5, Lord is portion of mine i.

Ps. 47.4, shall choose our i. for us. Prov. 20. 21, an i. may be gotten hastily. Eecl. 7.11, wisdom good with an i. Mk. 12. 7 ; Lu. 20.14, the i, shall be ours. Lu. 12.13, that he divide the i. with me. Acts 20.32; 26.18, an i. among the sanctified. Eph. 1.14, earnest of our i. Heb. 9.15, promise of eternal i. See Eph. 5. 5 ; Col. 1.12 ; Heb. 1. 4.

INIQUITY. Ex. 20. 5; 34. 7 ; Num. 14. 18; Deut. 5. 9, visiting i. of fathers. 34.7; Num. 14.18, forgiving i. and transgression. Job 4.8, they that plow i. reap the same. 13. 26, to possess the i. of my youth. 34. 32, if I have done i. I will do no more. Ps. 25.11, pardon mine i., for it is great. 32. 5, mine i. have I not hid. 39.11, correct man for i. 51. 5, I was shapen in i. 66.18, if I regard i. in my heart. 69.27, add i. to their i. 79.8, remember not former i. 90. 8, thou hast set our i. 103.3, who forgiveth all thine i. 10, not rewarded according to i. 107.17, fools, because of i., are afflicted. 119. 3, they also do no i. 130.3, if thou shouldest mark i. Prov. 22. 8, he that soweth i. shall reap vanity. Isa. 1.4, a people laden with i. 6.7, thine i. is taken away. 40.2, her i. is pardoned. 53.5, he was bruised for our i. 59. 2, your i. separated between you and God. Jer. 5.25, your i. turned away these things. Ezek. 18. 30, repent, so i. shall not be your ruin. Hab. 1.13, canst not look on i. Mat. 24.12, because i. shall abound. Acts 1.18, purchased with reward of i ; 23, in the bond of i. Rom. 6.19, servants to i. unto t. 2 Thess. 2. 7, the mystery of i. 2 Tim. 2.19, depart from i. Jas. 3. 6, a world of i.

See Ps. 36. 2; Jer. 31. 30; Ezek. 3.18; 18.26.

INJURIOUS. 1 Tim. 1.13.

INK. Jer. 36.18 ; 2 Cor. 3. 3 ; 2 John 12; 3 John 13.

INN. Gen. 42. 27 ; Ex. 4.24 ; Lu. 2. 7 ; 10.34.

INNOCENT. Job 4.7, whoever perished, being i. 9.23, laugh at trial of i. 27.17, the i. shall divide the silver. Ps. 19.13, i. from the great transgression. Prov. 28. 20, maketh haste to be rich shall not

be i.

Jer. 2.34; 19. 4, blood of the i. See Gen. 20. 5; Ex. 23.7 ; Mat. 27.24.

INNUMERABLE. Job 21. 33; Ps. 40.12; Heb. 12. 22

INORDINATE. Ezek. 23.11; Col. 3.5.

INQUISITION. Deut. 19.18; Esth.2.23 ; Ps. 9,12.

INSCRIPTION. Acts 17. 23.

INSPIRATION. Job 32. 8; 2 Tim. 3.16.

INSTANT. Rom. 12.12; 2 Tim. 4.2.

INSTRUCT. Neh. 9.20, thy good spirit to i. them. Ps. 16.7, my reins i. me in night season. 32.8, 1 will i. thee and teach thee. Isa. 40.14, who i. him. Mat. 13. 52, every scribe i. to the kingdom. Phil. 4.12, in all things I am i. See Prov. 21.11; Acts 18.25; 2 Tim. 2.25.

INSTRUCTION. Ps. 50.17, thou hatest *. Prov. 1.7 ; 15.5, fools despise i. 4.13, take fast hold of i. 8. 33, hear i. and be wise. 12.1, whoso loveth i. loveth knowledge. 16.22, the i. of fools is folly. 24.32, I looked upon it and received i. 2 Tim. 3.16, profitable for i. See Jer. 17.23; 35.15; Zeph. 3.7. 268

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INSTRUMENT. Ps. 7.13, hath prepared i. of death.

Isa, 41.15, a new sharp threshing i.

Ezek. 33.32, of one that can play on an i.

Rom. 6.13, members i. of unrighteousness.

See Num. 35.16; Ps. 68.25; 150.4.

INTEGRITY. Job 2.3, he holdeth fast his i. 31.6, that God may know my i.

Ps. 25.21, let i. preserve me. 26.1, I walked in i.

Prov. 11.3, the i. of the upright. 19.1; 20. 7, that walketh in his i.

See Gen. 20. 5; Ps. 7.8 ; 41.12 ; 78.72.

INTENTS. Jer. 30. 24; Heb. 4.12.

INTERCESSION. Isa. 53. 12, make I for transgressors.

Rom. 8.26, Spirit maketh i.

Heb. 7.25, ever liveth to make i.

See Jer. 7.16; 27.18 ; 1 Tim. 2.1, INTERCESSOR. Isa. 59.16.

INTERMEDDLE. Prov. 14.10; 18.1.

INTREAT. Ruth 1.16, i. me not to leave thee. 1 Sam. 2. 25, if man sin, who shall i. for him.

Ps. 119.58, I i. thy favour.

Isa. 19. 22, he shall be i, of them.

Mat. 22.6 ; Lu. 18. 32, i. them spitefully. 1 Tim. 5.1, but i. him as a father. Jas. 3.17, wisdom is easy to be i. See Prov. 18.23; Lu. 15.28; 20.11.

INTRUDING. Col. 2.18.

INVENTIONS. Ps. 106.29; Prov. 8.12 ; Eccl. 7. 29.

INVISIBLE. Col. 1.15 ; 1 Tim. 1.17 ; Heb. 11. 27.

INWARD. Job 38. 3G, wisdom in the i. parts.

Ps. 51. 6, truth in the i. parts. 64. 6, i. thought of every one is deep.

Jer. 31. 33,1 will put my law in their i. parts.

Rom. 7.22, in law of God after the i. man. 2 Cor 4.16, the i. man is renewed. See Ps. 62. 4; Mat. 7.15 ; Rom. 2.29.

ISSUES. Ps. 68. 20; Prov. 4. 23.

ITCHING. 2 Tim. 4. 3.

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