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HABITATION. Ex. 15. 13, guided them to thy holy /;. 2 Chron 6. 2, have built an house of h. Ps. 26.8, have loved the //.. 33.14, from the place of his h. 69. 25, let their lu be desolate. 74.20, full of lu of cruelty. 89.14. and judgment the h. of thy throne. 107.7, 36, a city of lu 132.13, the Lord desired it for his ~h. Prov. 3. 33, he blesseth the lu of the just. Isa. 32.18, dwell in a peaceable lu Jer. 21.13, who shall enter into our li. 25. 37, the peaceable lu are cut down. Lu. 16. 9, into everlasting h. Eph. 2. 22, an lu of God through the Spirit. Jude 6, ansels which left their own 7/. See Prov. 8. 31; Acts 1. 20 ; 17. 26 ; Rev. 18. 2.

HAIL. Job 38. 22, the treasures of the lu Isa. 28.17, lu sweep away refuge of lies. See Ex. 9.18; Josh. 10.11; Rev. 8. 7 ; 11.19; 16.21.

HAIR. Gen. 42. 38; 44.29, bring down gray h. with

sorrow.

.Tudg. 20.16, sling stones at lu breadth. Job 4.15, the h. of my flesh stood up. Ps. 40.12, more than the 7/. of my head. Mat. 3.4; Mk. 1.6, raiment of camel's h.

Mat. 5.36, make one h. white or black. 10.30,  h. of head numbered. 1 Cor. 11.14,15, long h., it is a shame. 1 Tim. 2.9, broided h. 1 Pet. 3.3, plaiting the h.

See 2 Sam. 14.26 ; Hos. 7.9 ; John 11.2; Rev. 1.14.

HALE. Lu. 12.58; Acts 8.3.

HALLOW. Lev. 22.32. I am the Lord which h. you. 25.10, shall h. the fiftieth year.

Num. 5.10, every man's lu things. 1 Kings 9.3, I have lu this house.

Jer. 17. 22; 24. 27, but lu ye the sabbath day.

Ezek. 20.20; 44. 24, and h. my sabbaths.

Mat. 6.9; Lu. 11.2, lu be thy name.

HALT. 1 Kings 18.21, how long h. ye.

Ps. 38.17, I am ready to h.

Jer. 20.10, watched for my lu

See Gen. 32. 31; Mic. 4.6 ; Zeph. 3.19.

HAND. Gen. 16.12, lu against every man. 24.2 ; 47.29, put thy h. under my thigh. 27. 22, the 7*. are the lu of Esau. 31. 29, in the power of my lu to do you hurt, Ex. 21. 24;. Deut. 19. 21, lu for h., foot for foot. 33. 22, cover with my lu while I pass. Num. 11. 23; Isa. 59. 1, Lord's k. waxed short. 22. 29, would there were sword in mine h. Deut. 8.17, my lu hath gotten this wealth. 33. 2, from right li. went fiery law. Judg. 7. 2, saying, my own lu hath saved me. 1 Sam 5.11, li of God was heavy. 6. 9, not his lu that smote us, but a chance. 12. 3, of whose h. received any bribe. 19. 5 ; 28. 21, put his life in his 7;. 23.16,  Jonathan strengthened his h. in God. 26.18, what evil is in mine lu 2 Sam 14.19, is not 1>. of Joab in this? 24.14; 1 Chron. 21.13, let us fall into lu of Lord. 1 Kings 18.44, cloud like a man's h. 2 Kings 5.11, strike his 7*. over the place. 1 Chrou. 12. 2, could use richt lu and left. Ezra 7. 9 ; 8.18; Neb. 2. 8, good lu of God. 10. 19, they gave their lu that they would, Neh. 2.18, strengthened their lu for work. 6. 5, with open letter in his lu Job 12.10, in whose 7/. is the soul. 19. 21, the lu of God hath touched me, 40.14, that thine own lu can save. Ps. 16.11, at right lu pleasures for evermore. 24. 4, clean 7/. and pure heart. 68.31,  stretch out her lu unto God, 90.17,  establish work of our 7;. 137. 5. let my right 7;.. forget her cunning. Prov. 3.16, in left lu riches and honour. 6.10 ; 24. 33, folding of 7*. to sleep. 10.4, that dealeth with slack lu 11. 21; 16. 5, though lu join 7?. 12.24, 7;. of diligent shall bear rule. 19. 24 ; 26.15, slothful man hideth his h. 22.26, be not of them that strike h. Eccl. 2.24, this I saw was from lu of God. 9.10, whatsoever thy lu findeth. 11.6, in evening withhold not thine lu Isa. 1.12, who hath required this at your lu 5. 25 ; 9.12 ; 10. 4 ; 14. 27, his lu stretched out still. 14.26, this is the 7;. that is stretched out. 40.12,  measured waters in hollow of h. 44. 5, subscribe with his lu to the Lord. 53.10, pleasure of Lord shall prosper in li. 56. 2, keepeth his 7/. from evil.

Jer. 23.14, strengthen lu of evil doers. 33.13,  shall pass under 7/. of him that telleth. Lam. 2.4, with his right lu as adversary. 4.10, h. of pitiful women have sodderu Ezek. 7.17 ; 21. 7, all lu shall be feeble, 10.2,, fill 7;. with coals of fire. 17.18,  lo, he had given his h. Dan. 4. 35, none can stay his h.

Hos. 7.5, stretched out h. with scorners. Mic. 7.3, do evil with both h. earnestly.

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Zeph. 3.16, let not thine lu be slack.

Zech. 13. 6, what are these wounds in thine lu?

Mat. 3.2; 4.17; 10.7, kingdom of heaven at h. 12; Lu. 3.17, whose fan is in his h. 6. 3, let not left lu know. 18. 8 ; Mk. 9.43, if thy h. or foot offend. 26.18,  my time is at lu 46; Mk. 14.42, he is at lu that doth betray. Mk. 14. 62, sitting on right lu of power. 16.19,  sat on right h. of God.

Lu. 9.44, delivered into h. of men. John 10.28, nor pluck out of my h. 29, my Father's h. 20.27, reach hither thy h. Acts 20.34, these lu have ministered. 2 Cor. 5.1, house not made with h. Phil. 4. 5, moderation be known, Lord at h.

Thess. 4.11, work with your own lu 2 Thess 2.2, the day of Christ is at h. 1 Tim. 2. 8, lifting up holy //,

Heb. 10.31, the lu of living God.

.Tas. 4. 8, cleanse your lu 1 Pet. 4. 7, end of all things at h. 1 John 1.1, our lu have handled of word.

See lsa. 49.16 ; Lu. 9. 62; John 18. 22 ; Col. 2.14.

HANDLE. Judg. 5.14, that It. pen of the writer. Ps. 115. 7, hands, but they It. not. Prov. 16.20, that lu a matter wisely. Jer. 2.8, they that Ji. the law. Mk. 12.4, sent away shamefully lu Lu. 24. 39, lu me and see. 2 Cor 4.2, not It. word deceitfully. Col. 2.21, taste not, lu not. 1 John 1.1, have //., of Word of life.

See Gen. 4.21; 1 Chron. 12. 8 ; Ezek. 27. 29.

Ps. 86. 16; 116. 16; Prov. 30. 23; 23

Gal. 3. 13, he that is ?u is

HANDMAID. Lu. 1. 38.

HANG. Deut. 21.

accursed. Job 26.7, lu the earth on nothing. Ps. 137.2, we lu our harps on the willows. Mat. 18. 6; Mk. 9.42; Lu. 17.2, millstone lu about neck. 22. 40, on these h. law and prophets. 27. 5, went and lu himself. Heb. 12.12, lift up hands which 7/. down. See Gen. 40. 22 ; Esth. 7.10 ; Lu. 23. 39.

HAPLY. 1 Sam. 14. 30; Mk. 11. 13; Acts 5. 39; 17.27.

HAPPEN. 1 Sam. 6. 9, it was a chance that h. Prov. 12.21, there shall no evil lu to just. lsa. 41.22, let them show us what shall h. Jer. 44. 23, therefore this evil is h. Mk. 10. 32, to tell what should lu Lu. 24.14, talked of things that had h. Rom. 11.25, blindness is h. to Israel. 1 Cor. 10.11, things h. for ensamples. Phil. 1.12, things which lu to me. 1 Pet 4.12, as though some strange thins li, 2 Pet 2. 22, it is lu according to proverb. See Eccl. 2.14 ; 8.14 ; 9.11; Acts 3.10.

HAPPY. Gen. 30.13, lu am 1. Deut. 33. 29, ft. art thou. Job 5.17, lu is the man whom God correcteth. Ps. 127.5, 7/. is the man that hath quiver full. 128. 2, It. shalt thou be. 144.15, It. is that people. Prov. 3.13,18, h. that findeth wisdom. 14.21, he that hath mercy, 7;. is he. 28.14, 7/. is the man that feareth alway. Jer. 12.1, why are they li. that deal treacherously ? Mai. 3.15, now we call proud h. John 13.17, if ye know, 7?. if ye do them. Bom. 14. 22, lu is he that condemneth not. Jas. 5.11, we count them It. that endure. 1 Pet. 3.14; 4.14, //.are ye. See Ps. 146.5; Prov. 29.18 ; 1 Cor. 7.40.

HARD. Gen. 18. 14, is anything too h. for the

Lord? Deut. 1.17; IT. 8, cause that is too h.

Deut. 15.18, it shall not seem 7/. to thee. 1 Kings 10.1; 2 Chron. 9.1, prove with lu questions.

Job 41.24, lu as nether millstone. Prov. 13.15, way of transgressors is lu 18.19, brother offended 7/. to be won. Jer. 32.17, 27, there is nothing too h. for thee. Ezek. 3. 5, 6, to a people of lu language. Mat. 25.24, thou art an 7;. man John 6.60, this is It. saying. Acts 9. 5 ; 26.14, lu to kick against pricks. Heb. 5.11, many things lu to be uttered. 2 Pet 3.16, things 7/. to be understood. See Deut. 15.18; 2 Kings 2.10 ; Mk. 10.24.

HARDEN. Ex. 4. 24; 7. 3; 14. 4, I will h, Pharaoh's heart. 14.17, lu hearts of Egyptians. Job 6.10, I would 7/. myself in sorrow. 9.4, who hath lu himself against him? Prov. 21.29, a wicked man lu his face. 28.14, he that lu his heart. 29.1, being often reproved li. his neck, lsa. 63.17, why hast thou h. our heart. Mk. 6. 52 ; 8.17, their heart was lu John 12. 40, he hath It. their heart. Acts 19. 9, when divers were 7;. Rom. 9.18, whom he will he 7/. Heb. 3.13, lest anv of you be lu See Deut. 15. 7 ; 2 Kings 17.14; Job 39.16.

HARDLY. Gen. 16. 6; Mat. 19. 23; Mk. 10. 23;

Lu. 18. 24.

HARDNESS. Mk. 3. 5, grieved for lu of their hearts. 16.14, upbraided them for lu of heart. 2 Tim. 2. 3, endure lu as eood soldier. See Job 38. 38; Mat. 19. 8; Mk. 10. 5; Rom. 2. 5.

HARM. Lev. 5.16, make amends for lu Num. 35. 23, nor sought his lu 1 Sam 26. 21, I will no more do thee li.

Kings 4.41, no 7/,. in the pot. 1 Chron. 16. 22 ; Ps. 105.15. do prophets no h. Prov. 3. 30, if he have done thee no lu Acts 16.28, do thyself no h.

28. 5, he felt no h. 1 Pet. 3.13, who will 7;. you? See Gen. 31.52; Jer. 39.12; Acts 27.21.

HARMLESS. Mat. 10.16; Phil. 2.15 ; Heb. 7. 28.

HARP. 1 Sam. 16.16, cunning player on an h. Ps. 49.4, dark sayings on the lu 137. 2, hanged 7a. on the willows, lsa, 5.12, 7;. and viol are in their feasts. 24. 8, joy of the lu ceaseth. 1 Cor. 14. 7, what is piped or lu, except they give. Rev. 14.2, harping with their h. See Gen. 4.21; Ezek. 26.13; Dan. 3.5.

HARROW. 2 Sam. 12. 31; 1 Chron. 20. 3; Job 39.10.

HART. Ps. 42.1; lsa. 35. 6.

HARVEST. Gen. 8. 22, lu shall not cease. Ex. 23.16; 34. 22, the feast of 7*. Lev. 19.19 ; 23.10 ; Deut. 24.19, when ye reap h. 1 Sain. 12.17, is it not wheat lu to-day? Job 5.5, whose lu the hungry eateth up. Prov. 6. 8, the ant gathereth food in h. 10. 5, he that sleepeth in h. 25.13, cold of snow in time of lu 26.1, as rain in lu lsa. 9.3, according to joy in li. 16. 9, thy h. is fallen. 18. 4, dew in heat of lu Jer. 5.17, they shall eat up thine h. 24, appointed weeks of lu 8.20, the li. is past. 51.33, the time of her lu shall come. Joel 3.13; Rev. 14.15, the h. is ripe. Mat. 9.37, the lu is plenteous. 38 ; Lu. 10.2, the Lord of the h. 13. 30, in the time of lu I will say. Mk. 4.29, putteth in sickle, foa- lu is come. 259

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Lu. 10.2, the ft. truly is great.

John 4.35, the fields are white to ft.

See Josh. 3.15; Isa. 23. 3; Mat. 13. 39.

HASTE. Ex. 12.11, shall eat it in ft. 1 Sam. 21.8, king's business required h.

Ps. 31.22; 116.11, I said in my ft.

Prov. 19.2, he that ft. with feet sinneth. 28.22, he that ft,, to be rich.

Isa. 51.14, captive exile h. 60.22, will ft. it in his time.

Jer. 1.12, I will ft. my word.

Zeph. 1.14, day of the Lord h. greatly.

See 2 Kings 7.15 ; Ps. 16.4; 55.8; Eccl. 1. 5.

HASTILY. Prov. 20.21; 25.8..

HASTY. Prov. 14.29 ; 21.5; 29.20; Eccl.29.5.2; 1.9.

HATE. Gen. 37. 4, 5, 8, ft. Joseph yet the more.

Lev. 19.17, shall not ft. thy brother. 1 Kings 22. 8; 2 Chron. 18. 7, one man, but I ft. him. 2 Chron 19. 2, and love them that ft. the Lord. Ps. 34. 21, they that ft. righteous shall be desolate. 97.10, that love the Lord ft. evil. 139.21, I h. them that h. thee. Prov. 1. 22, how long will ye ft. knowledge ? 13.24,  he that spareth rod ft. his son. 14.20, the poor is ft. of his neighbour. 15.10, he that ft. reproof shall die. 27, he that ft. gifts shall live.

Eccl. 2.17, I ft. life. 3.8, a time to ft. Isa. 1.14, your feasts my soul ft. 61.8, I ft. robbery for burnt offering. Amos 5.15, h. the evil, and love the good. Mie. 3.2, who h. the good and love evil. Zech. 8.17, these are things that I ft. Mai. 1.3; Rom. 9.13, I loved Jacob and h. Esau. Mat. 5.44; Lu. 6.27, do good to them that 7*. 6.24, either he will ft. the one. 10.22; Mk. 13.13; Lu. 21.17, ye shall be h. 24.10, and shall h. one another. Lu. 6.22, blessed are ye when men shall h. 14.26, and ft, not his father. John 3.20, ft. the light. 7.7, the world cannot ft. you. 12.25,  he that ft. his life. 15.18; 1 John 3.13, marvel not if world li. you. 24, they have both seen and ft. Eph. 5.29, no man yet ft. his own flesh. 1 John 2.9,11; 3.15 ; 4.20, h. his brother.

See Gen. 27.41; Deut. 1.27 ; Prov. 6.16; Rev. 2.6.

HATEFUL. Ps. 36.2; Ezek. 23.29; Tit. 3.3.

HATERS. Ps. 81.15 ; Rom. 1. 30.

HAUGHTY. 2 Sam. 22.28, thine eyes are upon ft,

Ps. 131.1, my heart is not ft.

Pvov. 16.18, a ft. spirit before a falL 21.24, proud and ft. scorner.

Isa. 10.33, the ft. shall be humbled.

Zeph. 3.11, no more ft,, because.

See Isa. 2.11; 13.11; 24.4; Ezek. 16.50.

HEAD. Gen. 3.15, it shall bruise thy h. Josh. 2.19, blood be on his ft. Judg. 11.9, shall I be your h. 2 Kings 2.3, take master from thy h. to-day. 4.19, he said, My ft,., my h.

Ps. 24.7, 9, lift up your ft. 66.12, caused men to ride over our h. 110.7, therefore shall he lift up the ft. 141.5, oil wiiich shall not break my ft. Prov. 10.6, blessings on h. of the just. 11.26,  on Ti.of him that selleth corn. 25.22 ; Rom. 12.20, coals of fire on h.

Eccl. 2.14, wise man's eyes are in his h. Isa. 1.5, whole ft. is sick. 35.10; 51.11, everlasting joy on ft. 58.5, to bow down ft., as bulrush. 59.17 ; Eph. 6.17, helmet of salvation on h. Jer. 9.1, Oh that my h. were waters. 14.3,4, ashamed and covered their h. ,

Dan. 2.38, thou art this h. of gold. Amos 2.7, that pant after dust on h. 9.1, cut them in the ft. Zech. 1.21, no man did lift up his ft. 4. 7, the 7*.-stone with shoutings. Mat. 5.36, neither swear by ft. 27.39; Mk. 15.29, reviled, wagging their ft. Lu. 7.46, my h. thou didst not anoint. 21.18, not hair of ft. perish. 28, then look up and lift up your ft. John 13.9, also my hands and my 7/. 1 Cor 11.3, the ft. of every man is Christ. 4, dishonoureth his ft. 10, woman to have power on her ft. Eph. 1. 22; 4.15; Col. 1.18, the 7t. of the church. 5.23, husband is ft. of the wife. Col. 2.19, not holding the 7?. See Num. 6.5; Josh. 7. 6; Acts 18. 6; Rev. 13.1.

HEAL. Ex. 15. 26, I am the Lord that ft. thee. Deut. 32.39, I wound, I h. 2 Kings 2.22, waters were h. 20.5, 8, I will ft. thee.

Ps. 6.2, O Lord, ft. me. 41.4,  ft. my soul, for I have sinned. 103.3, who ft,, all thy diseases. 107.20, sent his word and ft. them. Isa. 6.10, lest they convert and be ft. 53.5,  with his stripes we are ft.

Jer. 6.14; 8.11, they have ft. the hurt slightly. 15.18, wound refuseth to be h. 17.14, ft. me and I shall be ft. Lam. 2.13, who can ft. thee ? Hos 5.13, yet could he not ft. thee. 6.1, he hath torn and Avill h. us. 14.4, I will ft. their backslidings. Mat. 8. 7, I will come and h. him. 8, speak, and my servant shall be h. 10.1,  to ft. all manner of sickness. 8 ; Lu. 9. 2; 10.9, ft,, the sick. 12.10 ; Lu. 14. 3, is it lawful to ft,. Mk. 3. 21 Lu. 6. 7, whether he wTould h. on the

sabbatn. Lu. 4.18, to 7?.. broken-hearted. 23, physician, ft. thyself. 5.17, power of the Lord present to ft. John 4.47, that he would come and ft. 5.13, he that was ft. wist not. Acts 4.14, beholding the man which was h. 5.16, they were 7*. every one. 14.9, he had faith to be ft. Heb. 12.13, let it rather be ft. Jas. 5.16, pray that ye may be h. 1 Pet. 2.24, by whose stripes ye were h. Rev. 13.3, his deadly wound was h. See Eccl. 3.3; Isa. 3.7 ; Mat. 4.24 ; 14.14.

HEALING. Jer. 14.19, there is no h. for us. Nah. 3.19, no ft. of thy bruise. Mai. 4. 2, with ft. in his wings. Mat. 4. 23, wrent about ft. all. Lu. 9.11, that had need of ft. 1 Cor. 12.9, 28, 30, the gift of ft. Rev. 22.2, for the ft. of the nations. See Jer. 30.13 ; Lu. 9. 6; Acts 4. 22; 10.38. • HEALTH. 2 Sam. 20. 9, art thou in ft., my brother? Ps. 42.11; 43.5, the li. of my countenance. 67.2,  thy saving ft. Prov. 3.8, h. to thy navel. 4.22, they are ft. to all their flesh, 16.24, 7?. to the bones. Isa. 58.8, thy ft. shall spring forth, Jer. 8.15, looked for a time of h. 22, why is not ft. recovered? 3 John 2, mayest be in ft.

See Gen. 43.28 ; Jer. 30.17 ; Acts 27.34.

HEAP. Deut. 32.23, ft. mischiefs upon them. Job 16. 4, I could 7?,. up words. 27.16, though he ft. up silver. Ps. 39. 6. he ft. up riches. Prov. 25.22; Rom. 12.20, ft. coals of fire. 260

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Ezek. 24.10, h. on wood.

Hab. 1.10, they shall h. dust.

Mic. 3.12, Jerusalem shall become h. 2 Tim. 4.3, h. to themselves teachers.

Jas. 5.3, ye have h. treasure for last days.

See Judg. 15.16; Neh. 4.2; Eccl. 2. 26.

HEAR. Ex. 6.12, how shall Pharaoh h. me. 1 Sam. 15.14, lowing of oxen which I h. 1 Kings 8.42, they shall h. of thy great name, 18.26, Baal, h. us. 2 Kings 18. 28; Isa. 36.13, h. words of the great king. 1 Chron. 14.15, when thou h. a sound of going. Neh. 8.2, all that could h. with understanding. Job 31.35, Oh that one would h. me. Ps. 4.1; 39.12; 54. 2; 84. 8; 102.1; 143.1; Dan. 9.17, h. my prayer. 3; 17. 6 ; Zech. 10. 6, the Lord will h. 10.17,  cause thine ear to h. 49.1, k. this, all ye people. 59.7, Who, say they, doth h. ? 66.18,  iniquity, Lord will not h. me. 85. 8, I will li. what God the Lord will speak. 102.20, h. groaning of the prisoner. Prov. 13.8, the poor lu not rebuke. 18.13, answereth a matter before he h. 22.17,  Ji. the words of the wise. Eccl. 5.1, more ready to h. than give. 7.5, better to li. rebuke of wise. 12.13, h. conclusion of the whole matter. Isa. 1.2, h., O heavens, and give ear. 15; Jer. 7.16 ; 11.14; 14.12; Ezek. 8.18, make many prayers, I will not h. 6. 9; Mk. 4.12, h. but understand not. 29.18,  shall deaf h. words of the book. 33.13, h. ye that are afar off. 34.1,  let the earth h. 42.20, opening ears, but he h. not. 55. 3 ; John 5. 25, h. and your soul shall live. Ezek. 3.27, he that h. let him Ti. 33.31, they h. words but will not do them. Mat. 7.24; Lu. 6.47, whoso h. these sayings. 11.4, show things ye h. and see. 5 ; Mk. 7.37 ; Lu. 7.22, the deaf lu 13.17 ; Lu. 10. 24, those things which ye h. 17. 5 ; Mk. 9.7, my beloved Son, h. him. 18.16, if he will not h. thee. Mk. 4.24; Lu. 8.18, take heed what ye h. Lu. 9.9, of whom I h. such things. 10.16,  he that li. you h. me.

John 5. 25, dead shall h. voice of Son of God. 30, as I li. I judge. 6. 60, who can h. it ? 8.47, he that is of God h. God's words. 9.31, God li. not sinners. 11.42, I know thou h. me always. 12.47, if any man h. my words, 14.24, the word ye li. is not mine. Acts 2.8, how h. we every man. 13.44, whole city came to h. Rom. 10.14, h. without a preacher. 1 Cor. 11.18, I li. there be divisions. 1 Tim. 4.16, save thyself and them that h. Jas. 1.19, swift to h. 1 John 4.5, the world Ji. them. 6, he that knoweth God h. us. 5.15, we know that he h. us. Rev. 2.7 ; 3. 6,13,22, let him h. 3.20, if any man h. my voice. See Deut. 30.17 ; 2 Kings 19.16; 2 Chron. 6. 21.

HEARD. Gen. 3.8, they h. voice of the Lord. 21.17,  God h. voice of the lad. 45.2,  Joseph wept, and the Egyptians h. Ex. 3.7, I have h. their cry.

Num. 11.1; 12.2, the Lord h. it. Deut. 4.12, only he h. a voice. 1 Kings 6.7, nor any tool of iron Ti. 10. 7 ; 2 Chron. 9.6, exceedeth the fame I h. 2 Kin 19.25 ; Isa. 37.26, hast thou not h. long ago ? Ezra 3.13; Neh. 12.43, the noise was h. afar off.

Job 15.8, hast thou h. the secret of God ? 16.2, I have h. many such things. 19. 7, but I am not h. 26.14,  how little a portion is h. 29.11, when the ear k. me, it blessed me. Ps. 6. 9, the Lord hath h. my supplication. 10.17, hast h. desire of the humble. 34.4,  I sought the Lord, and he h. 38.13, I was as a deaf man and h. not. 61. 5, thou hast li. my vows. 81.5,  I h. language I understood not. 116.1, I love the Lord because he hath h.

Cant. 2.12, voice of turtle is li. Isa. 40. 21,28, have ye not h. ? 64.4, not h. what her hath prepared. 65.19, weeping no more be h. 66.8, who hath h. such a thing ? Jer..7.13, rising early, but ye n. not. 8. 6, I h., but they spake not aright. 51.46; Obad. 1, a rumour that shall be h. Dan. 12. 8, I h., but understood not. Zech. 8.23, we have h. God is with you. Mai. 3.16, the Lord hearkened and h. it. Mat. 6.7, h. for much speaking. 26.65; Mk. 14.64, ye have 7/.. the blasphemy. Lu. 12.3, shall be h. in the light. John 4.42, we have h. him ourselves. 8.6, as though he h. them not. 11.41, I thank thee thou hast h. me. Acts 4. 4, many which It. believed. 20,  cannot but speak things we have h. 16. 25, the prisoners h. them. 22.15,  witness of what thou hast seen and h. Rom. 10.14, of whom they have not h. 18, have they not h. ? 1 Cor 2.9, eye hath not seen, nor ear h. 2 Cor 12.4, h. unspeakable words. Eph. 4.21, if so be ye have h. him.

Phil. 4.9, things ye have h. and seen in me. 2 Tim. 2.2, things thou hast h. of me. Heb. 2.3, confirmed by them that h. 4.2, with faith in them that li. Heb. 5.7, was h. in that he feared. 1 John 1.1, 3, that which we have h. and seen. Rev. 3.3, remember how thou hast li. 10.4 ; 14.2; 18.4, h. a voice from heaven. See Jer. 31.18; John 5. 37 ; Rev. 19.6 ; 22.8.

HEARER. Rom. 2.13; Eph. 4.29; Jas. 1.23.

HEARING. Deut. 31.11, read this law in their h. 2 Kings 4.31, neither voice nor h. Job 42.5, by the h. of the ear. Prov. 20.12, the h. ear.

Eccl. 1. 8, nor ear filled with h. Amos 8.11, a famine of 7*. the word. Mat. 13.13, h., they hear not. Acts 9. 7, h. a voice, but seeing no man. Rom. 10.17, faith cometh by 7?. 1 Cor. 12.17, where were the h. ? Heb. 5.11, ye are dull of h. See Acts 28.27 ; Gal. 3.2; 2 Pet. 2.8.

HEARKEN. Deut. 18.15, unto him ye shall Ti. Josh. 1.17, so will we h. unto thee. 1 Sam. 15.22, to h. than the fat of rams. Prov. 29.12, if a ruler h. to lies. Isa. 55.2, h. diligently unto me. Dan. 9.19, O Lord, h. and do. Mk. 7.14, h. to me, every one of you. See Ps. 103. 20; Prov. 1. 33; 12.15 ; Acts 4.19.

HEART. Ex. 23. 9, ye know the Ji. of a stranger. Deut. 11.13; Josh. 22. 5; 1 Sam. 12. 20, 24, serve him with all your h. 13.3; 30.6 ; Mat. 22. 37; Mk. 12.30, 33; Lu. 10. 27, love the Lord with all your h. Judg. 5.16, great searchings of h. 1 Sam. 10.9, God gave him another h. 16. 7, the Lord looketh on the h. 1 Kings 3. 9,12, give an understanding h. 4.29, gave Solomon largeness of h. 8.17 ; 2 Chron. 6. 7, it was in the h. of David. 11.4, not perfect, as was h. of David. 261

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1 Kings 14.8, followed me with all his h. 1 Chron 12.33, not of double h. 29.17; Jer. 11.20,1 know thou triest the h. 2 Chron 31.21, he did it with all his h. 32.25,  his b. was lifted up.

Neh. 2.2, nothing else but sorrow of 7i. Job 23.16, niaketh my b. soft. 29.13,  caused widow's h. to sing.

Ps. 10.6; 11.13; 14.1; 53.1, said in his h. 19.8,  rejoicing the h. 27.3, my 7/. shall not fear. 28. 7, my h. trusted in him. 64.6, the h. is deep. 73. 7, more than h. could wish. 78.37, their b. was not right, 97.11, gladness sown for upright in 7i. 119.11, thy word hid in my h. 80, let my h. be sound. 139.23, search me and know my b. Prov. 4.23, keep thy h. with all diligence. 14.1.0, b. knoweth own bitterness. 21.1, king's li. is in the hand of the Lord. 23. 7, as he thinketh in his b. so is he. 25. 3, king's h. is unsearchable. 20, songs to a heavy h. 31.11, h. of her husband doth trust. Eccl. 8.5, wise man's b. discerneth. Isa. 35.4, say to them of fearful h. 44. 20, a deceived h. 57.1; Jer. 12.11, no man layeth it to h. 57.15, revive b. of contrite. 65.14,  siri'jr for joy of h.

Jer. 11.20 f 20.12, thou triest the h. 17.9,  the h. is deceitful above all things. 20. 9, in mine h. as a burning fire. 24. 7, I will give them a b. to know me. 30.21, that engaged Ms b. to approach. 49.16; Obad. 3, pride of h. deceived thee.

Ezek. 11.19, take stony h. 18.31, make you a new b. 36.26,  will give you a b. of flesh. 44.7 ; Acts 7. 51, uncircunicised in h. Dan. 1.8, Daniel purposed in his b. Joel 2.13, rend your h. Zech. 7.12, made h. as adamant. Mai. 2. 2. if ye will not lay it to b. 4. 6, turn h. of fathers to children. Mat. 5. 8, blessed are the pure in b. 6. 21; Lu. 12.34, there will your b. be also. 11.29, meek and lowly in b. 12.34; Lu. 6.45, out of abundance of b. 15.19, out of the b. proceed evil thoughts. 18.35, if ye from your b. forgive not. Mk. 2.8. why reason ye in your b. 8.17, have ye your b. yet hardened. 10.5 ; 16.14, hardness of h. Lu. 2.19, 51, kept them in her 7^. 21.14, settle it in your h. 24.25, slow of //. to believe. 32, did not our b. burn. John 14.1, 27, let not your 7*. be troubled. Acts 5.23 ; 7.54, were cut to the b. 11. 23, with purpose of b. Rom. 10.10, with the b. man believeth. 1 Cor 2. 9, neither have entered into h. 2 Cor 3. 3, in fleshy tables of the if?.. 5.12, glory in appearance, not in b.

Eph. 3.17, Christ dwell in your h. by faith. 5.19, melody in your h. 6.6, doing will of God from the b. Phil. 4. 7, keep your b. and minds. Col. 3. 22, in singleness of h. 2 Thess. 3. 5, direct your b. into love of God. Heb. 4.12, discerner of intents of the h. 10. 22, draw near with true b. 13.9, good that the h. be established. Jas. 3.14, if ye have strife in your h. 4.8, purify your h. 1 Pet. 3. 4, the hidden man of the b. 15, sanctify the Lord in your b. Bee Ps. 57.7 ; 108.1; Col. 3.15; 2 Pet. 1.19.

HEARTH. Gen. 18.6; Ps.102.3; Isa. 30.14; Jer. 36. 22.

HEARTILY. Col. 3.23.

HEAT. Deut. 29.24, the h. of this great anger. Ps. 19.6, nothing hid from h. thereof. Eccl. 4.11, two together, then they have b, Isa. 4.6; 25.4, a shadow from b. 18.4, h. upon herbs, dew in b. of harvest. 49.10, neither shall b. smite them. Hos. 7.4, as oven h. by the baker. Mat. 20.12, burden and b. of the day. Jas.l. 11, sun risen with burning h. 2 Pet, 3.10, melt with fervent b. See Dan. 3.19 ; Lu. 12.55; Acts 28.3.

HEATH. Jer. 17.6 ; 48.6.

HEATHEN. Ps. 2.1; Acts 4.25, why do the h. rage. 8, give h. for inheritance. 102.15, the b. shall fear name of the Lord. Ezek. 38.24, I will take you from among h. Zech. 8.13, ye were a curse among the h. Mat. 6.7, repetitions as the h. 18.17, let him be as h. man. See Lev. 25.44; Deut. 4.27 ; Neh. 5. 8.

HEAVEN. Gen. 28.17, the gate of h. Ex. 20.22, have talked with you from h. Lev. 26.19, make your 7/. as iron. Deut. 10.14 ; 1 Kings 8. 27 ; Ps. 115.16, the h, and 7(. of heavens. 33.13, the precious things of b. 2 Kings 7.2, if the Lord make windows in b. Job 15". 15, the b. are not clean in his sight. 22.12, is not God in the height of h. Ps. 8.3, when I consider thy b. 14.2; 53.2, had looked down from h, 73.25, whom have I in b. 89. 6, who in h, can be compared. 119. 89, thy word is settled in 7/,. Prov. 8.27, when he prepared the h. I was there. 25.3, the h. for height. Eccl. 5. % for God is in h. Isa. 13. "13; Hag. 2. 6, will shake the h. 40.12, meted out b. with the span. 65.17 ; Rev. 21.1, new b. and new earth. Jer. 7.18, make cakes to queen of h. 23.24, do not I fill 7*. and earth. 31. 37, if b. can be measured. Ezek. 1. 1; Mat. 3. 16; Mk. 1. 10, the li. were opened. 32.7, I will cover the h. Dan. 7.13, with clouds of h. Hag. 1.10, b. over you is stayed from dew. Mai. 3.10, if I will not open windows of h. Mat. 5.18, till b. and earth pass. 11.23, exalted to h. 24.29; Mk. 13.25, the powers of h. Mk. 13. 32, no, not the angels in b. Lu. 15.18, I have sinned against h, John 1. 51, ye shall see 7*. open. 6. 31, 32, bread from b. Acts 4.12, none other name under h. Rom. 1.18, wrath of God revealed from h. 2 Cor. 5.1, eternal in the h. 2, our house that is from b. Gal. 1.8, though an angel from h. preach, Eph. 1.10, gather in one, things in h. 3.15, whole family in b. 6.9; Col. 4.1, your master is in b. Phil. 3.20, our conversation is in h. Heb. 12.23, written in b. 1 John 5. 7, three that bear record in h. Rev. 4.1, door opened in h. 2, throne set in h. 8.1, silence in 7?. 12.1, 3, a great wonder in b. See 2 Cor. 12.2 ; 1 Thess. 4.16; 2 Thess. 1. 7.

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Eph. 1. 3; 2. 6; 3.10, in h. places. Heb. 3.1, partakers of the h. calling. 8.5; 9.23, shadow of h. things. 11.16, an It. country. See 2 Tim. 4.18; Heb. 6.4; 12. 22.

HEAVINESS. Ps. 69.20, I am full of h. Prov.12.25, h. in the heart maketh it stoop. 14.13,  the end of that mirth is h.

Isa. 61.3, garment of praise for spirit of h. Jas. 4.9, let your joy be turned to It. See Ezra 9.5; Prov. 10.1; Rom. 9.2.

HEAVY. Ex. 17.12, Moses' hands were h. 1 Kings 14.6, sent with h. tidings.              '.

Neh. 5.18, the bondage was h. Job 33.7; Ps.32.4, hand li. Prov. 25.20, songs to a h. heart. 31.6,  wine to those of It. hearts. Isa. 58. 6, to undo the h. burdens. Mat. 11.28, all ye that are It. laden, 23.4, they bind h. burdens. 26.37, he began to be very h. 43; Mk. 14.33, their eyes were h. See Prov. 27.3 ; Isa. 59.1; Lu. 9. 32.

HEDGE. Job 3. 23, whom God hath h. in. Prov. 15.19, way of slothful an h. of thorns. Eccl. 10.8, whoso breaketh an h. Lam. 3. 7, he hath h. me about. Hos. 2.6, I will ft. up thy way. Mk. 12.1, he set a h. about it. Lu. 14.23, the highways and h. See Isa. 5.5; Ezek. 13.5; 22. 30; Nah. 3.17.

HEED. 2 Sam. 20.10, took no li. to the sword. Ps. 119.9, by taking h. thereto. Eccl. 12.9, preacher gave good h. Isa.21.7, hearkened diligently with much h. .lev. 18.18, let us not give ft. 1 Tim. 1.4; Tit, 1.14, neither give h. to fables. 4.1, giving It. to seducing spirits. Heb. 2.1, give more earnest h. See Prov. 17.4 ; Acts 3.5; 8. 6.

HEIGHT. Ps. 102.19, from It. of his sanctuary. Prov. 25.3, the heaven for li. Isa. 7.11, ask it in the h. above. Eph. 3.18,19, the It. of the love of Christ. See Job 22.12 ; Ps. 148.1; Amos 2.9.

HEIR. 2 Sam. 14.7, we will destroy the h. Prov. 30. 23, handmaid that is It. to her mistress. Mat. 21. 38 ; Mk. 12.7; Lu. 20.14, this is the h. Rom. 8.17, h. of God, joint-fc, wTith Christ. Gal. 3.29, h. according to the promise. 4.7, an li. of God through Christ. Eph. 3. 6, Gentiles fellow-fc. Tit. 3. 7, h. according to hope of eternal life. Heb. 1.14, who shall be It. of salvation. 6.17,  the h. of promise. 11.7,  h. of the righteousness. Jas. 2.5, h. of the kingdom. 1 Pet 3.7, as li. together of the grace. See Jer. 49.1; Mic. 1.15 ; Rom. 4.13.

HELL. Deut. 32. 22, fire shall burn to lowest It. 2 Sam 22.6 ; Ps. 18.5, sorrows of h. compassed me. Job 11.8, deeper than h. 26.6, h. is naked before him. Ps. 9.17, wicked turned into li. 16.10; Acts 2.27, not leave soul in h. 55.15, let them go down quick into lu 139.8, if I make my bed in h. Prov. 5.5, her steps take hold on h. 7.27, house is the way to 7*. 9.18,  her guests are in the depths of It. 15.11, It. and destruction before the Lord. 24, that he may depart from h. beneath. 23.14,  deliver his soul from h. 27.20,  h. and destruction never full. Isa. 14.9, h. from beneath is moved. 28.15,18, with h. are we at agreement. Ezek. 31.16, when I cast him down to h. 32.21,  shall speak out of the midst of h. Amos 9.2, though they dig into h. Jonah 2.2, out of the belly of h.

Hab. 2.5, enlarge th his desire as h. Mat. 5.22, in danger of h. fire. 29.30, whole body cast into It. 10.28; Lu. 12.5, destroy soul and body in 7?. 11.23; Lu. 10.15, brought down to h, 16.18,  gates of It. shall not prevail. 18. 9 ; Mk. 9.47, haying two eyes cast into h. 23.15, more the child of h. 33, how can ye escape damnation of h. Lu. 16.23, in h. he lift up. Acts 2.31, soul not left in h. Jas. 3.6, tongue set on fire of h. 2 Pet. 2.4, cast angels down to h. See Isa. 5.14; Rev. 1.18; 6.8; 20.13.

HELP. Gen. 2.18,20^ an It. meet for him. Deut. 33.29, the shield of thy h. 2 Chron. 26.15, he was marvellously 7*. Job 6.13, is not my h. in me ? Ps. 22.11, for there is none to 7*. 33.20, he is our 7/. and our shield. 42.5,  the h. of his countenance. 46.1,  a very present h. in trouble. 60.11; 108.12, vain is the h, of man. 89.19,  laid 7*. on one that is mighty. 121.1, the hills from whence cometh 7?. 124.8, our lu is in the name of the Lord.

Isa. 10.3, to whom will ye flee for 7*. 41.6,  they h. every one his neighbour. Hos. 13.9, in me is thine li.

Mat. 15.25, Lord h. me. Mk. 9.24, It. thou mine unbelief. Acts 21.28, men of Israel, li. 26.22, having obtained h. of God. Heb. 4.16, grace to It. in time of need. See Isa. 31.3; Rom. 8.26; 2 Cor. 1.24.

HELPER. Heb. 13.16.

HEN. Mat. 23.37; Lu.13.34.

HENCEFORTH. 2 Cor. 5.15; Gal. 6.17; 2 Tim. 4.8.

HERITAGE. Job 20.29, h, appointed by God. Ps. 16.6; Jer. 3.19, a goodly h. 61.5, the h. of those that fear. 127.3, children are an h. of the Lord. Isa. 54.17, this is the h. of the servants. Mic. 7.14, feed flock of thine h. 1 Pet. 5.3, lords over God's h. See Joel 2.17 ; 3.2 ; Mai. 1.3.

HID. 2 Kings 4.27, the Lord hath h. it from me. Job 3.21, more than for h. treasures. Ps. 32. 5, mine iniquity have I not h. 69.5, my sins are not h. 119.11,  thy word have I h. in mine heart. Zeph. 2.3, it may be ye shall be h.

Mat. 10.26; Mk. 4.22,' there is nothing 7?. Lu. 19.42, now they are h. from thine eyes. 1 Cor 2.7, even the ft. wisdom. 2 Cor 4.3, if our gospel be It.

Col. 3.3, your life is h. with Christ 1 Pet. 3.4, the h. man of the heart. Rev. 2.17, to eat of the h. manna. See Gen. 3.8; Mat. 5.14; Mk. 7.24.

HIDE. Gen. 18.17, shall I h. from Abraham. Job 14.13, h. me in the grave. 34.29, when he li. his face. Ps. 10.11, he 7*. his face. 17.8, h. me under the shadow. 27. 5, h. me in pavilion. 31.20,  It. them in secret of thy presence.' 89.46, how long wilt thou 7?. thyself. 139.12,  darkness 7?. not from thee. Isa. 1.15, I will h. mine eyes from you. 3.9, they h. not their sin. 26.20, h. thyself for a little moment. 32.2,  a man shall be as an h. place. 45.15, thou art a God that ft. thyself.

Ezek. 28.3, no secret they can h. from thee.

Jas. 5. 20, 7>. a multitude of sins.

Rev. 6.16, h. us from the face.

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HIG.H. Job 11.8, it is as h. as heaven. 22.12, behold stars, how h. they are. 41. 34, he beholdeth all h. things. Ps. 62.9, men of h. degree are a lie. 68.18, thou hast ascended on h. 103.11, as the heaven is h. above the earth, 131.1, in things too h. for me. 138. 6, though the Lord be h. 139.6, it is h. I cannot attain unto it. Eccl. 12.5, afraid of that which is li. Isa. 32.15, spirit poured on us from on h. 33.16,  he shall dwell on h. 35.8, an ft.-way shall be there. 62.10,  cast up the ft.-way.

Jer. 49.16i, though thou make thy nest h. Mat. 22.9; Lu. 14.23, go into the ft.-ways. Lu. 1. 78, dayspring from on h. 24.49, power from on h. Rom. 12.16, mind not h. things. 13.11,  it is h. time.

Phil. 3.14, for prize of the h. calling. See Isa. 57.15; 2 Cor. 10.5.

HIGHER. Isa. 55. 9, heavens li. than the earth. Lu. 14.10, friend, go up h. Heb. 7.26, made h. than the heavens.

HILL. Gen. 49.26, the everlasting h. Deut. 11.11, a land of h. and valleys. Ps. 2.6, set my king on holy h. 15.1, who shall dwell in thy holy h. 24.3,  who shall ascend the h. of the Lord. 43. 3, bring me to thy holy h. 50.10, cattle on a thousand h. 95.4,  strength of the h. is his. 121.1, lift up eyes to the h.

Prov. 8.25, before the h. was I brought forth.

Isa. 40.12, weighed the h. in balance.

Jer. 3.23, salvation hoped for from the h.

Hos. 10.8; Lu. 23.30, to the h., fall on us.

Mat. 5.14, city set on an li.

See Lu. 4.29 ; 9.37 ; Acts 17.22.

HINDER. Gen. 24.56, h. me not.

Job 9.12; 11.10, who can h. him.

Lu. 11.52, them that were entering ye h.

Acts 8.36, what doth h. me to be baptized. 1 Cor. 9.12, lest we h. the gospel.

Gal. 5.7, who did h. you. 1 Thess. 2.18, but Satan h. us. 1 Pet. 3.7, that your prayers be not h.

See Num. 22.16 ; Neh. 4. 8; Isa. 14.6.

HIRE. Deut. 24.15, thou shalt give him his h.

Mic. 3.11, priests teach for h.

Mat. 20.7, no man hath h. us. 8.9, give them their h.

Mk. 1.20, in ship with h. servants.

Lu. 10.7, labourer worthy of his h. 15.17,  how many h. servants.

Jas. 5.4, h. of labourers is kept back. See Ex. 12.45; Lev. 25.40; Deut. 15.18.

HIRELING. Job 7.1, like the days of an h. 2, as h. looketh for reward. 14.6, accomplish as h. his day. Mai. 3.5, that oppress the h. See Isa. 16.14; 21.16 ; John 10.12.

HITHERTO. Josh. 17.14, the Lord hath blessed

me h. 1 Sam. 7.12, h. hath the Lord helped us. Job 38.11, h. shalt thou come. John 5.17, my Father worketh h. 16.24, li. have ye asked nothing. 1 Cor 3.2, h. ye were not able to bear it. See Judg. 16.13; 2 Sam. 15.34; Isa. 18.2.

HOARY. Job 41.32.

HOLD. Gen. 21.18, li. him in thine hand. Ex. 20.7 ; Deut. 5.11, will not h. him guiltless. 2 Kings 7. 9, good tidings and we h. our peace. Esth. 4.14, if thou altogether li. thy peace. Job 36.8, h. in cords of affliction.

Ps. 18.35, thy right hand hath h. me up. 71.6, by thee have I been h.

Ps. 73.23, thou hast h. me by my right hand. 119.117, h. me up and I shall be safe. Prov. 11.12, man of understanding h. his peace. 17.28, a fool, when he h. his peace. Isa. 41.13, the Lord will h. thy hand. 62.1, will I not h. my peace. Jer. 4.19, I cannot h. my peace. Amos 6.10, h. thy tongue. Mat. 6.24; Lu. 16.13, he will h. to the one. Mk. 1.25 ; Lu. 4.35, h. thy peace, come out. Rom. 1.18, h. the truth in unrighteousness. 1 Cor. 14.30, let the first h. his peace. Phil. 2.16, h. forth the word of life. 29, h. such in reputation. Col. 2.19, not h, the Head. -1 Thess. 5.21, h. fast that which is good. 1 Tim. 1.19, h. faith and good conscience. 3. 9, h. the mystery of faith. 2 Tim. 1.13, h. fast form of sound words. Tit. 1. 9, h. fast faithful word.

Heb. 3.14, h. beginning of confidence. 4.14; 10.23, h. fast our profession. Rev. 2.13, thou h. fast my name. 25, h. fast till I come. 3. 3, h. fast and repent. 11, h. that fast which thou hast. See Job 2. 3; Jer. 2.13; 51.30; Ezek. 19.9.

HOLE. Isa. 11. 8, child shall play on h. of the asp. 51.1,  h. of pit whence ye are digged. Jer. 13.4, hide in a h. of the rock. Ezek. 8. 7, a h. in the wall.

Hag. 1.6, a bag with h.

Mat. 8.20; Lu. 9.58, foxes have h.

See Cant. 5.4; Mic. 7.17 ; Nah. 2.12.

HOLIER. Isa. 65.5.

HOLIEST. Heb. 9. 3; 10.19.

HOLILY. 1 Thess. 2.10.

HOLINESS. Ex. 15.11, glorious in h. 28.36 ; 39.30; Zech. 14.20, h. to the Lord. 1 Chron 16.29 ; 2 Chron. 20.21; Ps. 29.2; 96.9 ; 110. 3, peauty of h.

Ps. 30*4; 97.12, at remembrance of his h. 47.8,  the throne of his h. 60.6; 108.7, God hath spoken in his h. 93.5, h. becometh thine house. Isa. 35.8, the way of h. 63.15, habitation of thy h. Jer. 23. 9, the words of his h. Obad. 17, upon mount Zion there shall be h. Lu. 1. 75, might serve him in h. Acts 3.12, as though by our h. Rom. 1.4, according to the spirit of h. 6.22, fruit unto h. 2 Cor 7.1, perfecting li. in fear of God. Eph. 4.24, created in righteousness and h. 1 Thess. 3.13, unblameable in h. 4. 7, not called to uncleanness but h. 1 Tim. 2.15, continue in faith and h. Tit. 2. 3, in behaviour as becometh h. Heb. 12.10, partakers of his 7/.. 14, h., without which no man. See Ps. 89.35; Isa. 23.18; Jer. 2.3.

HOLLO.W. Gen. 32.25; Judg. 15.19; Isa. 40.12.

HOLPEN. Ps. 86.17; Isa. 31.3; Dan. 11. 34; Lu. 1. 54.

HOLY. Ex. 3.5; Josh. 5.15, is li. ground. 19. 6 ; 1 Pet. 2. 9, an h. nation. 20.8 ; 31.14, sabbath day to keep it h. Lev. 10.10, difference between h. and unholy. 20.7, be ye h. Num. 16. 5, Lord will show who is h. 2 Kings 4.9, this is an h. man of God. Ezra 9.2; Isa. 6.13, the h. seed.

Ps. 20.6, hear from his 7*. heaven. 22.3, thou art //. that inhabitest. 86.2,  preserve my soul, for I am h. 98.1, his h. arm hath gotten victory. 99.9,  worship at his h. hill. 145.17, the Lord is h. in all his works.

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Ezek. 22. 26, put no difference between h. and

profane.

Mat. 1.18,20, with child of the II. Ghost, 3.11; Mk. 1. 8; Lu. 3.16; John 1. 33; Acts 1. 5, baptize with H. Ghost. 7.6, give not that which is lu 12. 31; Mk. 3. 29, blasphemy against if. Ghost. Mk. 13.11, not ye that speak, but H. Ghost.-Lu. 1.15, shall be filled with the if. Ghost. 25, h. thing born of thee. 3.22, if. Ghost descended in bodily shape. 4.1, Jesus being full of the if. Ghost. 12.12, if. Ghost shall teach you. John 7.39, the II. Ghost was not yet given. 14.26, the Comforter, which is the H. Ghost. 17.11,  h. Father, keep those. 20.22, receive ye the if. Ghost.

Acts 1.8, after the if. Ghost is come. 2.4; 4.31, all filled with if. Ghost. 4.27, 30, against thy h. child Jesus. 5.3, to lie to the II. Ghost. 6.3, look out men full of the if. Ghost. 7.51, ye do always resist the H. Ghost. 8.15, prayed that they might receive if. Ghost. 9.31, in comfort of the II. Ghost. 10. 44, II. Ghost fell on all which heard. Acts 10.47, received if. Ghost as well as we. 15.8, giving them II. Ghost as he did unto us. 28, seemed good to the II. Ghost. 16.6, forbidden of the if. Ghost. 19.2, have ye received the H. Ghost? 20.28, H. Ghost hath made you overseers. Rom. 1.2, promised in the h. scriptures. 7.12, commandment is li., just, and good. 9.1, bearing witness in H. Ghost. 11.16,  if firstfruit be h., if root be h. 12.1, sacrifice h., acceptable to God. 14.17,  joy in the if. Ghost. 16.16; 1 Cor. 16. 20; 2 Cor. 13.12; 1 Thess. 5.26; 1 Pet. 5.14, with a h. kiss. 1 Cor 2.13, words which the if. Ghost teacheth. 3.17, the temple of God is h. 7.14, now are they li. 2 Cor 13.14, communion of the if. Ghost. Eph. 1.4; 5. 27, be 7*. and without blame. 2.21, groweth to an h. temple in the Lord. Col. 1.22, present you h. and unblameable. 3.12, elect of God, h. and beloved. 1 Thess. 5.27, all the h. brethren. 1 Tim. 2.8, lifting up h. hands. 2 Tim. 1.9, called us with an h. calling. Tit. 1.8, bishop must be h. 3.5, the renewing of the if. Ghost. Heb. 3.1, h. brethren, partakers. 1 Pet. 1.12, if. Ghost sent down from heaven. 1 Pet 1.15,16; 2 Pet. 3.11, h. in all conversation. 2. 5, an h. priesthood. 3.5, the h. women who trusted. 2 Pet 1.18, with him in the h. mount. 21, h. men moved by if. Ghost,

Rev. 3.7, saith he that is h. 6.10, O Lord, h. and true. 20.6, h. is he that hath part. 21.10,  the h. Jerusalem. 22.11,  he that is h. let him be h.

See 2 Tim. 3.15; Heb. 2.4; 2 Pet. 3.2; Jude 20.

HOME. Ex. 9.19, and shall not be brought h. Lev. 18.9, whether born at h. or abroad. Deut. 24.5, free at h. one year. Ruth 1.21, Lord hath brought me h. empty. 2 Sam. 14.13, fetch h. his banished. 1 Kings 13.7, come h. with me. 2 Kings 14.10; 2 Chron. 25.19, tarry at h. 1 Chron. 13.12, bring ark of God h.

Job 39.12, he will bring h. thy seed. Ps. 68.12, she that tarried at h.

Eccl. 12.5, man goeth to his long h. Lam. 1.20, at h. there is as death. Hag. 1.9, when ye brought it h. Mk. 5.19, go h. to thy friends. John 19.27, took her to his own h. 20.10,  went away to their own h. 1 Cor 11. 34, let him eat at li. 14.35, ask their husbands at h. 2 Cor 5.6, at h. in the body. 1 Tim. 5.4, show piety at h. Tit. 2.5, keepers at h.

See Jer. 2.14; Lu. 9. 61; 15.6.

HONEST. Lu. 8.15, an 7i. and good heart Acts 6.3, men of h. report. Rom. 12.17 ; 2 Cor. & 21, provide things h. 13.13, let us walk h. as in the day. Phil. 4.8, whatsoever things are h. 1 Pet 2.12, conversation h. among Gentiles. See 1 Thess. 4.12; 1 Tim. 2.2; Heb. 13.18.

HONOUR.(«.). Num. 22.17, I will promote thee to 7*. 24.11,  hath kept thee back from h. 2 Sam 6.22, of them shall I be had in h. 1 Kings 3.13, also given thee riches and h. 1 Chron 29. 28, died full of riches and h. 2 Chron 1.11,12, thou hast not asked h. 26.18, neither shall it be for thy h.

Esth. 1.20, wives give husbands h. Job 14.21, his sons come to Ji. Ps. 7.5, lay mine h. in the dust. 8.5; Heb. 2.7, crowned him with h. 26.8, place where thine 7*. dwelleth. 49.12,  man being in li. abideth not. 96.6,  h. and majesty are before him. 149.9, this h. have all his saints.

Prov. 3.16, in left hand riches and h. 4.8,  she shall bring thee to h. 5.9,  lest thou give their h. to others. 14.28, in multitude is king's h. 20.3, an h. to cease from strife. 25.2, the h. of kings to search out. 26.1, 8, h. is not seemly for a fool. 31.25, strength and li. are her clothing. Eccl. 6.2, to whom God hath given h. Mai. 1.6, where is mine h. ? Mat. 13.57 ; Mk. 6.4; John 4.44, not without h. John 5.41, I receive not h. from men. 44, who receive h. one of another. Rom. 2.7, in well doing seek for h. 10, h. to every man that worketh good. 12.10, in h. preferring one another. 13.7,  h. to whom h. 2 Cor. 6.8, by 7*. and dishonour. Col. 2.23, not in any h. to satisfying. 1 Thess. 4.4, possess his vessel in h. 1 Tim. 5.17, elders worthy of double h. 6.1, count masters worthy of h. 16, to whom be h. and power everlasting. 2 Tim. 2.20,21, some to h., some to dishonour. Heb. 3.3, more h. than the house. 5.4, no man taketh this h. 1 Pet. 3.7, giving h. to the wife. Rev. 4.11; 5.12, thou art worthy to receive li. See Rev. 5.13; 7.12; 19.1; 21.24.

HONOUR.(v.). Ex. 14,4, I will be h. upon Pharaoh. 20.12; Deut. 5.16; Mat. 15. 4; 19.19; Mk. 7.10; 10.19; Lu. 18. 20; Eph. 6. 2, h. thy father and mother.

Lev. 19.32, thou shalt 7;. old man. 1 Sam. 2.30, them that 7^. me I will h. 15.30, h. me now before elders. Esth. 6.6, the king delighteth to h. Ps. 15.4, he h. them that fear the Lord. Prov. 3.9, h. the Lord with thy substance, 12.9, better than he that Ji. himself. Mai. i. 6, a son h. his father. Mat. 15.8; Mk. 7.6, h. me with their lips. John 5.23, 7*. the Son as they h. the Father. 1 Tim. 5.3, h. widows that are widows indeed. 13

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CONCOBDANCE.

HUNGKY. 1 Pet. 2.17, ft. all men, ft. the king. See Isa. 29.13; 58.13; Acts 28.10.

HONOURABLE. Ps. 45.9, among thy ft. women. Isa. 3.3, take away the ft. man. 9.15, ancient and ft., he is the head. 42. 21, magnify the law and make it ft. See Lu. 14. 8; 1 Cor. 4.10; 12. 23; Heh. 13.4.

HOPE.(«.). Job 7.6, my days are spent without ft. 8.13. the hypocrite's ft. shall perish, 17.15, where is now my ft. ? 19.10, my ft. hath he removed. Ps. 16.9; Acts 2.26, flesh rest in ft. 39. 7, my ft. is in thee. 119.116, let me not be ashamed of my ft. Prov. 13.12, ft. deferred maketh heart sick, 14.32, hath ft. in his death. 26.12; 29.20, more ft. of a fool. Eccl. 9.4, to living there is ft. Jer. 17.7, the man whose ft. the Lord is. 31.17, there is ft. in thine end. Hos. 2.15, for a door of h. Zech. 9.12, ye prisoners of ft. Acts 28.20, for the ft. of Israel I am bound. Rom. 4.18, against ft. believed in ft. 8.24, we are saved by ft. 12.12, rejoicing in ft. 1 Cor. 13.13, faith, h., charity. 15.19, if in this life only we have ft. Eph. 1.18, the ft. of his calling. 2.12, no ft. and without God. Col. 1.27, Christ in you, the ft. of glory. 1 Thess 4.13, as others who have no n. 5.8, helmet, the ft. of salvation. 2 Thess 2.16, good ft. through .grace. Tit. 3. 7, the ft, of eternal life.

Heb. 6.18, lay hold on ft. set before us. 19, ft. as an anchor of the soul. 1 Pet. 1.3, begotten to a lively ft. 3.15, a reason of the ft. that is in you. See Lam. 3.18; Col. 1.5; 1 John 3. 3.

HOPE.(t). Ps. 22.9, thou didst make me ft. 31. 24, all ye that ft. in the Lord. 42.5,11; 43.5, ft. thou in God. 71.14, I will ft. continually. Lam. 3. 26, good that a man both ft. and wait. Rom. 8.25, if we ft. for that we see not. 1 Pet 1.13, ft. to the end.

See Jer. 3.23; Acts 24. 26; Heb. 11.1.

HORRIBLE. Ps. 11. 6; 40. 2; Jer. 2. 12; Ezek. 32.10.

HOSPITALITY. Rom. 12.13; 1 Tim. 3. 2 ; Tit. 1. 8; 1 Pet. 4. 9.

HOT. Ps. 39.3; Prov. 6.28; 1 Tim. 4.2; Rev. 3.15.

HOUR. Mat. 10. 19; Lu. 12. 12, shall be given you in that same ft. 20.12,  have wrought but one ft. 24. 36; Mk. 13.32, that ft. knoweth no man. 26.40; Mk. 14. 37, could ye not watch one ft. ? Lu. 12.39, what ft. thief would come. 22. 53, but this is your ft. John 5.25; 16.32, the ft. is coming and now ig, 11.9, are there not twelve ft. 12.27, save me from this ft. Acts 3.1, at the h. of prayer. Gal. 2.5, give place, no, not for an ft. Rev. 3.10, the ft. of temptation. See Acts 2.15; 1 Cor. 4.11; 15.30; Rev. 3.3.

HOUSE. Gen. 28.17, the ft, of God. Deut. 8.12, when thou hast built goodly h. 2 Kings 20.1; Isa. 38.1, set thine ft. in order. 15, what have they seen in thine ft. ?

Neh. 13.11, why is the ft. of God forsaken ?

Job 30.23, ft. appointed for all living.

Ps. 26.8, have loved the habitation of thy ft.. 65.4, satisfied with goodness of thy ft. 69.9; John 2.17, the zeal of thine ft, 84.3, the sparrow hath found an ft. 92.13,  planted in the ft. of the Lord.

Ps. 118. 26, blessed you out of the ft. of the Lord. Prov. 2.18, her h. inclineth to death. 9.1, wisdom hath builded her ft. 12.7, ft, of righteous shall stand. 19.14, ft. and riches are inheritance. Eccl. 7.2, ft. of mourning, ft, of feasting. 12.3,  keepers of ft. tremble. Isa. 3.14, spoil of poor in your ft. 5. 8, that join ft. to ft. 64.11,  our holy and beautiful ft, is burned. Hos. 9.15, I will drive them out of mine ft. Hag. 1.4, and this ft. lie waste. 9, because of mine ft, that is waste. Mai. 3.10, that there may be meat in mine ft. Mat. 7.25 ; Lu. 6.48, beat upon that h. 10.12,  when ye come into an ft. 12.25 ; Mk. 3.25, ft. divided. 23.38, your ft. is left desolate. 24.17 ; Mk. 13.15, to take anything out of ft. Lu. 10.7, go not from ft. to ft. 14.23, that my ft. may be filled. 18.14, went down to his h. justified. John 12. 3, ft. filled with odour. 14. 2, in my Father's ft. are many mansions. Acts 2.46, breaking bread from ft. to ft. s 5.42, in every ft. ceased not to preach. 10.2; 16.34; "18.8, with all his ft. 20.20, I taught you from ft. to ft, 1 Cor 11.22, have ye not ft. to eat in ? 2 Cor 5.1, ft. not made with hands. Col. 4.15, church in his h. 1 Tim. 3. 4, 5,12, ruleth well his own ft. 5.8, especially for those of his own ft. 2 Tim. 3. 6, which creep into ft. Tit. 1.11, subvert whole ft,

See Mat. 9. 6 ; Lu. 7.44; 19.5; Acts 4.34.

HOUSEHOLD. Gen. 18.19, command his ft. after him. 1 Sam 27. 3; 2 Sam. 2. 3, every man with his ft. 2 Sam J3.20, returned to bless his ft, Prov/31.27, looketh well to her ft. Mat. 10. 36, man's foes of his own ft. Gal. 6.10, the ft. of faith.

Eph. 2.19, of the ft. of God. See Gen. 31.37 ; 47.12; 2 Sam. 17.23.

HUMBLE. Deut. 8.2, to ft. thee and prove thee. 2 Chron. 33.12, ft. himself greatly. Ps. 9.12; 10.12, forgetteth not cry of the ft. 34.2, the ft. shall hear thereof. 35.13,  I ft. my soul with fasting. 113.6, ft. himself to behold things in heaven.

Prov. 16.19, better be of ft. spirit.

Isa. 57.15, of contrite and ft. spirit.

Mat. 18.4; 23.12 ; Lu. 14.11; 18.14, ft. himself.

Phil. 2.8, he ft. himself.

Jas. 4.6; 1 Pet. 5.5, God giveth grace to ft. 1 Pet. 5.6, ft. yourselves under mighty hand.

See Isa. 2.11; 5.15 ; Lam. 3.20.

HUMBLY. 2 Sam. 16.4; Mic. 6.8.

HUMILITY. Prov. 15. 33; 18.12, before honour is ft. 22.4,  by ft. are riches.

See Acts 20.19; Col. 2.18, 23 ; 1 Pet. 5.5.

HUNGER. Deut. 8.3, he suffered thee to ft.

Job 18.12, his strength shall be ft.-bitten.

Ps. 34.10, young lions do lack and suffer ft.

Prov. 19.15, an idle soul shall suffer ft.

Isa. 49.10, shall not ft. nor thirst.

Jer. 38.9, he is like to die for ft.

Mat. 5. 6; Lu. 6. 21, blessed that ft.

Lu. 6.25, who are full, for ye shall ft.

John 6.35, cometh to me shall never h.

Rom. 12.20, if thine enemy ft. 1 Cor. 4.11, we both ft. and thirst. 11.34, if any man ft., let him eat at home.

Rev. 7.16, they shall ft. no more.

See Mat. 4.2; 12.1; 25.35; Lu. 15.17.

HUNGRY. Job 22.7, withholden bread from ft, 24.10, they take away sheaf from the ft.

Ps. 50.12, if I were ft. I would not tell thee.

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Ps. 107.5, h. and thirsty, their soul fainted. 9, he fllleth the h. soul with goodness. Prov.27.7, to h. every bitter thing is sweet. Isa. 29.8, when a h. man dreameth. 65.13, my servants eat, but ye shall be li. Ezek. 18. 7, given his bread to the h. 1 Cor. 11.21, one is h. and another drunken. Phil. 4.12, I know to be full and to be h. See Prov. 6.30; Isa. 8.21; 9.20; Mk. 11.12.

HUNT. 1 Sam. 26. 20, as when one doth 7*. a partridge.

Jer. 16.16, h. them from every mountain, . Ezek. 13.18, li. souls of my people. Mic. 7.2, they h. every man his brother. See Gen. 10. 9; 27.5; 1 Sam. 24.11.

HUNTING. Prov. 12.27.

HURL. Num. 35.20; 1 Chron. 12.2; Job 27. 21.

HURT. Ps. 15.4, that sweareth to his own li. Eccl. 8.9, ruleth over another to his own h. Isa. 11.9, shall not h. nor destroy. Jer. 6.14; 8.11, have healed h. slightly. 8.21, for the h. of my people. 25.6, provoke not, I will do no h. Dan. 3.25, they have no h. 6.23, no manner of h. found upon him. Mk. 16.18, deadly thing, it shall not h. Lu. 10.19, nothing shall by any means h. you. Acts 18.10, no man set on thee to h. thee. Rev. 6.6, 7t. not the oil and the wine. See Rev. 7.2; 9.4 ; 11. 5.

HURTFUL. Ezra 4.15; Ps. 144.10; 1 Tim. 6. 9.

HUSBAND. Ex. 4.25, a bloody h. art thou. Prov. 12.4, virtuous wife a crown to her h. 31.11, 23, 28, her h. doth safely trust. Isa. 54.5, thy Maker is thy h. John 4.16, go, call thy h. 1 Cor. 7.16, whether thou shalt save thy h. 14.35, let them ask their h. at home. Eph. 5. 22, submit yourselves to your h. 25; Col. 3.19, h.f love your wives. 1 Tim. 3.12, the 7*. of one wife. Tit. 2.4, teach young women to love their 7*. 5, obedient to their own h. 1 Pet. 3.1, be in subjection to your h. 7, ye 7?., dwell with them. See Gen. 3.6; Ruth 1.11; Esth. 1.17, 20.

HYMN. Mat. 26.30; Mk. 14.26; Eph. 5.19; Col. 3. 16.

HYPOCRISY. Mat, 23.28, within ye are full of h. Mk. 12.15, he knowing their h. Lu. 12.1, leaven of Pharisees which is h. Jas. 3.17, wisdom is pure and without h. See Isa. 32.6; 1 Tim. 4. 2.

HYPOCRITE. Job 8.13, the 7*. hope shall perish. 20.5, the joy of the h. but for a moment. 36.13, the h. in heart. Isa. 9.17, every one is an 7?. Mat. 6. 2, 5,16, as the lu do. 7. 5 ; Lu. 6.42; 13.15, thou h. 15.7 ; 16. 3; 22.18; Mk. 7. 6 ; Lu. 12.56, ye h. 23.13; Lu. 11.44. woe unto you, h. 24. 51, appoint his portion with the h. See Job 13.16 : 27. 8; Prov. 11. 9.

HYPOCRITICAL. Ps. 35.16; Isa. 10. 6.

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