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NAIL. Ezra 9. 8, give us a n. in his holy place.

Isa. 22. 23, fasten as a n. in sure place.

John 20.25, put linger into print of n.

Col. 2.14, n. it to his cross.

See Judg. 4. 21; Eccl. 12.11; Dan. 4. 33.

NAKED. Ex. 32.25, made n. to their shame.

Jobl. 21, n. came I out and n. shall I return.

Mat. 25. 36, n. and ye clothed me not. 1 Cor 4.11, to this present hour we are n. 2 Cor 5. 3, we shall not be found n.

Heb. 4.13, all things are n. to eyes of him. See John 21. 7 ; Jas. 2.15; Rev. 3.17 ; 16.15.

NAKEDNESS. Rom. 8.35; 2 Cor. 11. 27; Rev. 3.18.

NAME.(«.). Gen. 32.39; Judg. 13.18, why dost

thou ask after my n. Ex. 3.15, this is my n. for ever. 23. 21, my n. is in him. Josh. 7. 9, what wilt thou do to thy great n. 2 Chron. 14.11, in thy n. we go. Neh. 9.10, so didst thou get thee a n. Job 18.17, he shall have no n. in the street. Ps. 20.1, the 11. of God defend thee. 5, in the n. of God set up banners. 22. 22; Heb. 2.12, I will declare thy n. 48.10, according to thy n. so is thy praise. 69. 36, they that love his n. 111. 9, holy and reverend is his n. 115.1,  unto thy n. give glory. 138.2,  thy word above all thy n.

Prov. 10. 7, the n. of the wicked shall rot. 18.10, the n. of the Lord a strong tower. 22.1; Eccl. 7.1, good n. rather to be chosen. Cant. 1. 3, thy n. is as ointment poured forth. 279

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Isa. 42. S, I am the Lord, that is my n. 55.13, it shall he to the Lord for a n. 56. 5; 63.12, an everlasting n. 57.15, whose n. is holy. 62. 2, called by a new n. 64.7, there is none that calleth on thy n. Jer. 10.6, thou art great and thy n. is great. 14.14; 23. 25; 27.15, prophesy lies in my n. 44. 26, sworn by my great n. Zech. 10.12, walk up and down in his. 14. 9, one Lord, and his n. one. Mai. 1.6, wherein have we despised thy n. 4. 2, to you that fear my n. Mat. 6. 9; Lu. 11.2, hallowed be thy n. 10. 22; 19. 29; Mk. 13.13; Lu. 21.12; John 15. 21; Acts 9.16, for my n. sake. 12. 21, in his n. shall the Gentiles trust. 18. 5; Mk. 9. 37 ; Lu. 9. 48, receive in my n. 20, gathered together in my n. 24.5; Mk. 13.6; Lu. 21.8, many shall come in my n. Mk. 5. 9; Lu. 8. 30, what is thy n. ? 9. 39, do a miracle in my n. Lu. 10. 20, n. written in heaven. John 5. 43, if another shall come in his own w. 14.13; 15.16; 16.23, 24, 26, whatsoever ye ask in my n. Acts 3.16, his n. through faith in his n, 4.12, none other n. under heaven. 5.28, that ye should not teach in this n. 41, worthy to suffer for his n. Eph. 1. 21, far above every n. Phil. 2.9,10, a n. above every n. 4.3, whose n. are in the book of life. Col. 3.17, do all in the n. of the Lord Jesus. Heb. 1.4, obtained a more excellent n. Jas. 2.7, that worthy n. Rev. 2.13, holdest fast my n. 17, a n, written which no man knoweth. 3.1, thou hast a n. 4, a few n. in Sardis. 13.1, the n. of blasphemy. 14.1; 22. 4, Father's n. in their foreheads. See Gen. 2. 20; Ex. 28. 9 ; Isa. 45. 3 ; John 10.3.

NAME.(y.). Eccl. 6.10, that which hath been is n.

already.

Isa. 61.6, ye shall be n. priests of the Lord. Rom. 15.20, not where Christ was n. 2 Tim. 2.19, every one that n. the name of Christ. See 1 Sam. 16. 3 ; Isa. 62.2; Lu. 2.21; 6.13.

NARROW. Isa. 28. 20; 49.19; Mat. 7.14.

NATION. Gen. 10.32, by these were the n. divided. 20.4, wilt thou slay a righteous n. Num. 14.12; Deut. 9.14, I will make thee a 2 Sam. 7. 23; 1 Chron. 17. 21, what n. like thy

people. Ps. 33.12, blessed is the n. whose God is the Lord. 147. 20, he hath not dealt so with any n. Prov. 14.34, righteousness exalteth aw. Isa. 2.4; Mic.4.3, n. shall not lift sword against n. 18.2, a n. scattered and peeled. 26.2, that the righteous n. may enter in. 34.1, come near, ye n,, to hear. 52.15, so shall he sprinkle many n. Jer. 10. 7, O King of n. Zech. 2.11, many n. shall be joined to the Lord. 8.22, strong n. shall seek the Lord. Mat. 24.7; Mk. 13.8; Lu. 21.10, n. against w. Lu. 7. 5, he loveth our n. 21. 25, distress of n.

John 11.50, that the whole n. perish not. Acts 2.5, devout men of every n. 10.35, in every n. he that feareth. Phil. 2.15, crooked and perverse n. Rev. 5.9, redeemed out of every n. See Deut. 4. 27; 15. 6 ; Jer. 2.11; 4.2; 31.10.

NATIVITY. Gen. 11.28; Jer. 46.16; Ezek. 21. 30; 23.15.

NATURAL. Deut 34.7, nor his n. force abated.

Rom. 1.31; 2 Tim. 3.3, without n. affection. 1 Cor 2.14, the n. man receiveth not. See 1 Cor. 15. 44; Phil. 2. 20; Jas. 1. 23.

NATURE. 1 Cor. 11.14, doth not even n. itself

teach.

Eph. 2.3, by n. children of wrath. Heb. 2.16, the n. of angels. 2 Pet 1. 4, partakers of the divine n. See Rom. 1.26; 2.14, 27 ; Gal. 2.15; 4. 8.

NAUGHT. Prov. 20.14, it is n., saith the buyer. Isa. 49.4, spent strength for n. 52.3, ye have sold yourselves for n. Mai. 1.10, shut the doors for n. Acts 5.38, if of men, it will come to n. See Deut. 15. 9; Job 1. 9; Rom. 14.10; 1 Cor. 1.28.

NAUGHTINESS. 1 Sam. 17.28; Prov. 11.6; Jas. 1.21.

NAUGHTY. Prov. 6.12; 17.4; Jer. 24.2.

NAY. Mat. 5.37; 2 Cor. 1.17,18,19; Jas. 5.12.

NEAR. Judg. 20.34, knew not evil was n.

Ps. 22.11, trouble is to. 148.14, a people n. to him.

Prov. 27.10, better a neighbour that is n.

Isa. 50. 8, he is n. that justifieth. 55. 6, call upon the Lord while he is n.

Obad. 15; Zeph. 1.14, the day of the Lord is n.

Mat. 24.33, it is to. even at the doors.

Mk. 13.28, ye know that summer is to.

See Ezek. 11.3; 22.5; Rom. 13.11.

NECESSARY. Job 23.12; Acts 15. 28; 28.10; Tit. 3.14.

NECESSITY. Rom. 12.13, distributing to the to. of saints. 10or. 9.16, to. is laid upon me. 2/Cor. 9.7; Philem. 14, give, notgrudsringlyorof «.

See Acts 20.34 ; 2 Cor. 12.10; Phil. 4^ 16.

NECK. Prov. 3. 3; 6.21, bind them about thy n. Mat. 18. 6; Mk. 9. 42; Lu. 17. 2, millstone about

his to.

Lu. 15.20; Acts 20.37, fell on his to. Acts 15.10, yoke on the to. of disciples. See Neh. 9.29; Isa. 3.16; Lam. 5. 5; Rom. 16.4.

NEED. 2 Chron. 20.17, ye shall not n. to fight. Prov. 31.11, he shall have no to. of spoil. Mat, 6. 8 ; Lu. 12. 30, wThat things ye have to. of. 9.12; Mk. 2.17 ; Lu. 5.31, to. not a physician. 14.16, they to. not depart. 21. 3; Mk. 11. 3; Lu. 19. 31, 34, the Lord hath to. of them.

Lu. 11. 8, as many as* he to. Acts 2.45: 4. 35, as every man had w. 1 Cor 12. 21, cannot say, I have no to. of thee. Phil. 4.12, to abound and to suffer to. 19, God shall supply all your w. 2 Tim. 2.15, that n. not to be ashamed, Heb. 4.16, grace to help in time of n. 5.1, ye have ,w. that one teach you. 1 John 3.17, seeth his brother have «. Rev. 3.17, rich and have w. of nothing. 21. 23; 22. 5, city had no to.

See Deut. 15. 8; Lu. 9.11; John 2. 25; Acts 17. 25.

NEEDFUL. Lu. 10. 42; Phil. 1. 24; Jas. 2.16.

NEEDY. Deut. 15.11, thou shalt open thine hand

to the to.

Job 24.4, they turn the to. out of the way. Ps. 9.18, the w. shall not always be forgotten. 40.17; 70.5 ; 86.1; 109.22,1 am poor and w. 74. 21, let poor and to. praise thy name. Prov. 31. 9, plead the cause of the poor and w. Isa. 41.17, when the to. seek water. See Ezek. 16.49; 18.12; 22. 29; Amos 8.4, 6.

NEGLECT. Mat. 18.17; Acts 6.1; 1 Tim. 4.14 ;

Heb. 2.3.

NEGLIGENT. 2 Chron. 29.11; 2 Pet. 1.12.

NEIGHBOUR. Prov. 3.28, say not to thy n. go and come again. 14. 20, the poor is hated even of his n. 21.10, his n. findeth no favour. 280

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Eccl. 4. 4, envied of his n.

Jer. 22.13, that useth his n. service without wages.

Hab. 2.15, that giveth his n. drink.

Zech. 8.16; Eph. 4. 25, speak every man truth to

his n. Lu. 10.29, who is my n. ? 14.12, call not thy rich n.

See Ex. 20.16; Lev. 19.13; Mat. 5. 43; Rom. 13.10.

NEST. Num. 24. 21, thou puttest thy n. in a rock. Deut. 32.11, as an eagle stirreth up her n. Job 29.18, 1 shall die in my n. Ps. 84. 3, the swallow hath found a n. Mat. 8. 20 ; Lu. 9. 58, birds of the air have n. See Prov. 27. 8; Isa. 16. 2 ; Jer. 49.16; Obad. 4;

Hab. 2. 9.

NET. Ps. 141.10, wicked fall into their own n. Prov. 1.17, in vain the n. is spread. Eccl. 9.12, as fishes taken in an evil n. Hab. 1.16, they sacrifice to their n. Mat. 13. 47, kingdom of heaven like a n. Mk. 1.18, they forsook their n. Lu. 5. 5, at thy word I will let down the n. See Mat. 4. 21; Mk. 1.16; John 21. 6.

NETHER. Deut, 24. 6; Job 41.24.

NEVER. Lev. 6.13, the fire shall n. go out. Job 3.16, as infants which n. saw light. Ps. 10.11, he will n. see it. 15. 5 ; 30. 6, shall n. be moved. Prov. 27. 20; 30.15, n. satisfied. Isa. 56.11, which can n. have enough. Mat. 7. 23, I n. knew you. 9. 33, it was n. so seen in Israel. 26. 33, yet will I n. be offended. Mk. 2.12, we n. saw it on this fashion. 3. 29, hath n. forgiveness. 14.21, if he had n. been born. John 4.14; 6. 35, shall n. thirst. 7. 46, n. man spake like this man. 8.51; 10.28; 11.26, shall n. see death. 1 Cor 13. 8, charity n. faileth. Heb. 13.5, I will n. leave thee. 2 Pet 1.10, ye shall n. fall.

See Judg. 2.1; Ps. 58. 5; Jer. 33.17 ; Dan. 2.44.

NEW. Num. 16. 30, if the Lord make a n. thing. Ps. 33. 3; 40. 3; 96.1; 98.1; 144. 9 ; 149.1; Isa. 42.10; Rev. 5.9; 14. 3, a n. song. Eccl. 1. 9, no n. thing under the sun. Isa. 65.17; 66. 22; Rev. 21.1, n. heavens and n.

earth.

Lam. 3.23, n. every morning. Mat. 9.16; Mk.2.21; Lu.5.36, n. cloth to old garment. 13. 52, things n. and old.

Mk. 1. 27; Acts 17.19, what n. doctrine is this. John 13. 34 ; 1 John 2. 7, 8, a n. commandment. Acts 17. 21, to tell or hear some n. thing. 2 Cor. 5.17 ; Gal. 6.15, a n. creature. Eph. 2.15; 4.24; Col. 3.1Q, w. man. Heb. 10. 20, n, and living way. Rev. 2.17 ; 3.12, a n. name. 21. 5, I make all things n. See Isa. 24. 7 ; 43.19 ; 65. 8; Acts 2.13.

NEWLY. Deut. 32.17 ; Judg. 7.19.

NEWNESS. Rom. 6.4 ; 7. 6.

NEWS. Prov. 25.25.

NIGH. Num. 24.17, but not n. Deut. 30.14; Rom. 10. 8, the word is n. unto thee. Ps. 34.18, n. to them of broken heart. 145.18, n. to all that call upon him. Eph. 2.13, made n. by the blood of Christ. See Joel 2.1; Lu. 21.20; Heb. 6. 8.

NIGHT. Ex. 12. 42, a n. to be much observed. Job 7. 4, when shall I arise and the n. be gone. 35.10; Ps. 77. 6, songs in the n. Ps. 30.5, weeping may endure for a n. 91. 5, the terror by n. 136.9; Jer. 31.35, moon and stars to rule by n. 139.11, the n. shall be light about me. Isa. 21.4, the n. of my pleasure.

Isa. 21.11, watchman, what of the n. Lu. 6.12, he continued all n. in prayer. John 9. 4, the n. cometh when no man can work. 11.10, walk in the n. he stumbleth. Rom. 13.12, the n. is far spent.

IThess. 5.2; 2 Pet. 3.10, cometh as a thief in

the n.

Rev. 21. 25; 22. 5, no n. there. See Job 7. 3; Ps. 121. 6 ; Mat. 27. 64; John 3.2.

NOBLE. Neh. 3. 5, the n. put not their neck. Job 29.10, the n. held their peace. Jer. 2. 21, planted thee a n. vine. 14.3, the n. sent their little ones to the waters. Acts 17.11, Bereans were more n. 1 Cor 1. 26, not marry n.

See Num. 21.18; Ps. 149.8; Eccl. 10.17.

NOISE. Ezra 3.13, not discern n, of joy. Ps. 66.1; 81.1; 95.1; 98. 4; 100.1, joyful n. Ezek. 1. 24; 43.2, n. of great waters. 2 Pet 3.10, pass away with great n.

See Josh. 6.27 ; Mat. 9.23; Mk. 2.1; Acts 2.6.

NOISOME. Ps. 91.3 ; Ezek. 14.21; Rev. 16.2.

NOTHING. Deut. 2. 7; Neh. 9. 21, thou hast

lacked n. 2 Sam. 24.24, offer of that which doth cost n. 2 Chron. 14.11; it is n. with thee to help. Neh. 8.10, to them for whom n. is prepared. Job 8. 9, but of yesterday, and know n. Ps. 49.17, he shall carry n. away. 119.165, n. shall offend them. . Prov. 13. 4, sluggard desireth and hath n. 7, maketh himself rich, yet hath n. Lam. 1.12, is it n. to you. Mat. 17.20; Lu. 1.37, n. shall be impossible. 21.19 ; Mk. 11.13, n. but leaves. Lu. 6. 35, hoping for n. again. 7.42, they had n. to pay. John 15.5, without me ye can do n. 1 Cor 4.4, I know n. by myself. 2 Cor 6.10, as having n. 13.8, we can do n. against the truth, 1 Tim. 4.4, n. to be refused. 6. 7, brought n.; can carry n. out. See Phil. 4.6; Jas. 1. 4; 3 John 7.

NOURISH. Isa. 1.2, I have n. and brought up

children. 1 Tim. 4. 6, n. in words of faith. Jas. 5. 5, have n. your hearts. See Gen. 45.11; 50.21; Acts 12.20; Col. 2.19.

NOW. Job 4.5, n. it is come upon thee. Ps. 119. 67, but n. have I kept thy word. Hos. 2. 7, then was it better than n. Lu. 14.17, all things are n. ready. John 13.7, thou knowest not n. 16.12, ye cannot bear them n. 1 Cor. 13.12, n. I know in part. Gal. 2.20, the life I n. live. 1 Tim. 4. 8, the life that n. is. 1 Pet. 1. 8, though n. ye see him not. 1 John 3.2, n. are we sons of God. See Rom. 6.22; Gal. 3.3; Heb. 2. 8.

NUMBER.(«.). Job 5.9 ; 9.10, marvellous things without n. 25.3, is there any n. of his armies. Ps. 139.18, more in n. than the sand. 147.4, he telleth the n. of the stars. Acts 11.21, a great n. believed. 16.5, churches increased in n. daily. Rev. 13.17.18, the n. of his name. See Deut. 7.7; Hos. 1.10; Rom. 9.27.

NUMBER.(v.). Gen. 41. 49, gathered corn till he left n. 2 Sam 24.2 ; 1 Chron. 21.2, n. the people. Ps. 90.12, so teach us to n. our days. Eccl. 1.15, wanting cannot be n.

Isa. 53.12; Mk. 15. 28, n. with transgressors. Mat. 10.30; Lu. 12.7, hairs are all n. Rev. 7.9, multitude whicn no man could n. See Ex. 30.12; Job 14.16; Ps. 40. 5; Acts 1.17. 281

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NURSE. Ex. 2. 7, 9; Isa. 60.4.

NURTURE. Eph.6.4.

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