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SABBATH. Ley. 25. 8, number seven s. of years. 2 Kings 4. 23, it is neither new moon nor s. 2 Chron. 36. 21, as long as desolate she kept s. Ezek. 46.1, on the s. it shall be opened. Amos 8. 5, when will the s. be gone. M k. 2. 27, the s. was made for man. 28; Lu. 6. 5, the Son of man is Lord of the s. Lu. 13.15, doth not each on s. loose. See Tsa. 1. 13; Lam. 1. 7 ; 2. 6; Mat. 28.1; John 5.18.

SACK. G en. 42. 25 ; 43.21; 44.1,11,12; Josh. 9. 4.

SACRIFICE.(».). Gen. 31. 54, Jacob offered s. Ex. 5.17, let us go and do s. to the Lord. Num. 25.2, called people to the s. of their gods. 1 Sam. 2.29, wherefore kick ye at my s. 9.13, he doth bless the s. 15.22, to obey is better than s. Ps. 4. 5, oiler the s. of righteousness. 27. 6, will I oiler s. of joy. 40.6 ; 51.16, s. thou didst not desire. 51.17,  the s. of God are a broken spirit 118. 27, bind the s. with cords.

Prov. 15. 8, s. of wicked an abomination. 17.1, than a house full of s. with strife. 21. 3, to do justice is more acceptable than s. Eccl. 5.1, the s. of fools. Isa. 1.11, to what purpose is multitude of s. Jer. 6.20, nor are your s. sweet unto me. 33.18,  nor want a man to do s.

Dan. 8.11; 9.27 ; 11.31, daily s. taken away. Hos. 3. 4, many days without a s. 6. 6 ; Mat. 9.13; 12. 7, I desired mercy and not s. Amos 4.4, bring your s. every morning. Zeph. 1. 7, the Lord hath prepared a s. Mai. 1. 8, ye offer the blind for s. Mk. 9. 49, every s. shall be salted. 12.33, to love the Lord is more than s. Lu. 13.1, blood Pilate mingled with s. Acts 7.42, have ye offered s. forty years. 14.13, and would have done s. Rom. 12.1, present your bodies a living s. 1 Cor. 8.4; 10.19, 28, offered in s. to idols. Eph. 5. 2, a s. to God for sweet-smelling savour. Phil. 2.17, upon the s. of your faith. 4.18, a s. acceptable, well pleasing. Heb. 9.26. put away sin by s. of himself. 10.12, offered one s. for sins. 26, there remaineth no more s. for sin.

Heb. 11.4, a more excellent s. 13.15, let us oiler the s. of praise 16, with such s. God is well pleased. 1 Pet. 2. 5, to offer up spiritual s. See 2 Chron. 7.1; Ezra 6.10; Neh. 12. 43; Jonah 1.16.

SACRIFICE.(v.). Ex. 22.20, he that s. to any god, Ezra 4. 2, we seek your God, and do s. to him, Neh. 4.2, will they .s. Ps. 54.6, I will freely s. to thee. 106.37, they s. their sons to devils. 107. 22, let them s. sacrifices of thanksgiving, Eccl. 9. 2, to him that s. and that s. not. Isa. 65. 3, people that s. in gardens.

Hos. 8.13, they s., but the Lord accepteth not, Hab. 1.16, they s. unto their net. 1 Cor. 5. 7, Christ our passover is s. for us. 10. 20, things Gentiles s., they s. to devils. See Ex. 8. 26; Deut. 15. 21; 1 Sam. 1. 3; 15.15, SAD. 1 Kings 21. 5, why is thy spirit so s, Eccl. 7. 3, by s. of countenance the heart is mad©

better.

Mat. 6.16, be not of a s. countenance. Mk. 10.22, he was s. at that saying. Lu. 24.17, as ye walk and are s. See Gen. 40. 6; 1 Sam. 1.18; Neh. 2.1; Ezek. 13. 22

SADDLE. 1 Sam. 19.26; 1 Kings 13.13.

SAFE. 2 Sam. 18.29, is the young man $, Job 21. 9, their houses are 8. from fear. Ps. 119.117, hold me up and I shall be s. Prov. 18.10, righteous run and are s. 29. 25, whoso trusteth in the Lord shall be s. Ezek. 34.27, they shall be s. in their land. Acts 27.44, so they escaped all s. See 1 Sam. 12. 11; Isa. 5. 29; Lu. 15. 27 ; Phil, 3.1.

SAFEGUARD. 1 Sam. 22.23, with me thou shalt

be in s.

SAFELY. Ps. 78.53, he led them on s. Prov. 1.33, shall dwell s. 3.23, shalt thou walk s. 31.11, doth s. trust in her. Hos. 2.18, I will make them to lie down s. See Isa. 41. 3 ; Zech. 14.11; Mk. 14.44; Acts 10.23, SAFETY. Job 3. 26, I was not in s. 5. 4, his children are far from s. 11.18, thou shalt take thy rest in s. Prov. 11.14; 24.6, in the multitude of counsellors is s. 21.31, s. is of the Lord. 1 Thess. 5. 3, when they say peace and s. See Job 24. 23; Ps. 12. 5; 33.17 ; Isa. 14.30.

SAIL. Isa. 33. 23; Ezek. 27. 7; Lu. 8. 23; Acts 27.9.

SAINTS. 1 Sam. 2.9, he will keep feet of s. Job 5.1, to which of the s. wrilt thou turn. 15.15, he putteth no trust in his s. Ps. 16.3, but to the s. that are in the earth, 30.4, sing to the Lord, O ye s. of his. 37.28, the Lord forsaketh not his s. 50. 5, gather my s. together. 89. 5, the congregation of the s. 7, to be feared in assembly of s. 97.10, preserveth the souls of his s, 116.15, precious is the death of his s. 132. 9, let thy s. shout for joy. 149.9, this honour have all his s. Dan. 7.18, but the s. shall take the kingdom. 8.13, then I heard one s. speaking. Mat. 27. 52, many bodies of s. arose. Acts 9.13, evil he hath done to thy s. Rom. 1. 7 ; 1 Cor. 1.2, called to be s, 8.27, he maketh intercession for the s. 12.13, distributing to the necessity of s. 16.2, receive her as becometh s. 1 Cor. 6.1, dare any go to law, and not before s. 2, the s. shall judge the world. 16.1, concerning collection for s. 309

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2 Cor. 16.15, the ministry of s. Eph. 1.18, his inheritance in the s. 2.19, fellowcitizens with the s. 3. 8, less than least of all s. 4.12, perfecting of the s, 5.3, not named among you, as becometh s. Col. 1.12, the s. in light. 1 Thess 3.13, at coming of our Lord with s. 2 Thess 1.10, to he glorified in his s. 1 Tim. 5.10, if she have washed the s. feet. Jude 3, faith once delivered to s.

Rev. 5. 8; 8. 3, 4, the prayers of s. See Phil. 4. 21; Rev. 11.18; 13. 7; 14.12 ; 15. 3.

SAKE. Gen. 3.17, cursed for thy s. 8, 21, not curse ground for man's s. 12.13, he well with me for thy s. 18.26,  I will spare for their s. 30.27,  the Lord hath blessed me for thy s. Num. 11.29, enviest thou for my s.

Deut. 1.37 ; 3.26; 4.21, angry with me for your s. 2 Sam 9.1, shew kindness for Jonathan's s. 18.5, deal gently for my s.

Neh. 9. 31, for thy great mercies' s.

Ps. 6. 4; 31.16, save me for thy mercies' 8. 23. 3. he leadeth me for his name's .9. 44.22, for thy s. are we killed. 106.8, he saved them for his name's s. Mat. 5.10, persecuted for righteousness' s. 10.18; Mk. 13. 9; Lu. 21.12, for my s. 24.22 ; Mk. 13.20, for the elect's s. John 11.15, I am glad for your s. 13.38,  wilt thou lay down thy life for my s. Rom. 13. 5; 1 Cor. 10. 25, for conscience s.

Col. 1. 24, for his body's s. which is the church. 1 Thess. 5.13, for their work's s. 1 Tim. 5.23, for thy stomach's s. Tit. 1.11, for lucre's s. 2 John 2, for the truth's s.

See Rom. 11. 28; 2 Cor. 8. 9 ; 1 Thess. 3; 9.

SALUTATION. Mk.12.38; Lu.1.29; Col. 4.18; 2 Thess. 3.17.

SALUTE. 1 Sam. 10. 4 ; 2 Kings 4. 29 ; Mk. 15.18.

SALVATION. Gen. 49.18,1 have waited for thy s. Ex. 14.13 ; 2 Chron. 20.17, see the s. of the Lord. lEu 2, he is become my s. Deut. 32.15, lightly esteemed the rock of his s. 1 Sam 11.13 ; 19.5, the Lord wrought s. in Israel. 14. 45, Jonathan, who hath wrought this s. 2 Sam 22.51, he is the tower of s. for his king. 1 Chron 16. 23, show forth from day to day his 5. 2 Chron 6.41, let thy priests be clothed with s. Ps. 3.8, s. belongeth to the Lord. 9.14, I will rejoice in thy s. 14. 7, O that the s. of Israel were come. 25. 5, thou art the God of my $. 27.1; 62. 6; Isa. 12. 2, my light and my s. 35. 3, say unto my soul, I am thy s. 37.39,  the s. of the righteous is of the Lord. 40.10, I have declared thy faithfulness and s. 50. 23, to him will I show the s. of God. 51.12; 70. 4, restore the joy of thy ■$. 68.20, he that is our God, is the God of s. 69.13, hear me in the truth of thy s. 29, let thy s. set me up on high. 71.15,  my mouth shall show forth thy s. 74.12, working s. in the midst of the earth. 78. 22, they trusted not in his s. 85. 9, his s. is nigh them that fear him. 91.16,  will satisfy him and show him my s. 96. 2, show forth his s. from day to day. 98.3, ends of the earth have seen the s. 116.13, the cup of s. 118.14; Isa. 12.2, the Lord is become my s, 119.41, let thy s. come. 81, my soul fainteth for thy s. 123, mine eyes fail for thy s. 155, .«. is far from the wicked. 174, I have longed for thy s. 132.16, I will clothe her priests with s, 144.10, that giveth s. unto kings.

Ps. 149.4, beautify the meek with s. Isa. 12. 3, the wells of s. 26.1,  s. will God appoint for walls. 33.2,  be thou our s. in time of trouble. 45. 8, earth open and let them bring forth s, 17, saved with an everlasting s. 49.8,  in a day of s. have I helped thee. 51. 5, my s. is gone forth. 52.7, feet of him that publisheth s. 10, ends of the earth shall see s. 56.1, my s. is near to come. 59.11, we look for s., but it is far off, 16,  his arm brought s. 17,  an helmet of s. on his head. 60.18, call thy walls S. 61.10, the garments of s. 62.1, the s. thereof as a lamp. 63.5, mine own arm brought s. Jer. 3.23, in vain is s. hoped for. Lam. 3.26, wait for the s. of the Lord. Jonah 2.9, s. is of the Lord. Hab. 3.8, ride on thy chariots of s. 18,  I will joy in the God of my s. Zech. 9. 9, thy King, just, and having «, Lu. 1.69, an horn of s.lor us. 77, give knowledge of s; to his people. 2. 30, mine eyes have seen thy s. 3.6, all flesh shall see the s. of God. 19.9,  this day is s. come to this house. John 4.22, s. is of the Jews.

Acts 4.12, neither is there s. in any other. 13. 26, to you is the word of s. sent. 16.17, these men show to us the way of s. Rom. 1.16, the power of God to s. 10.10,  confession is made to s. 13.11,  now is our s. nearer. 2 Cor. 1.6, comforted, it is for your s. 6.2,  the day of s. 7.10, sorrow worketh repentance to s. Eph. 1.13, the Gospel of your s. 6.17 ; 1 Thess. 5. 8, the helmet of s. and sword. Phil. 1.19, this shall turn to my s. 28, an evident token of s. 2.12, work out your own s. 1 Tbess 5. 9, hath appointed us to obtain s. 2 Thess 2.13, God hath chosen you to s. 2 Tim. 3.15, wise unto s.

Tit. 2.11, grace of God that bringetb s. Heb. 1.14, for them who shall be heirs of s. 2.3,  if we neglect so great s. 10, the captain of their s. 5. 9, author of eternal s. 6. 9, things that accompany s. 9.28, without sin unto s. 1 Pet 1.5, kept through faith unto s. 9,  end of faith, s. of your souls. 10,  of which s. the prophets enquired. 2 Pet 3.15, longsuffering of the Lord is .s. Jude 3, of the common s.

Rev. 7.10, saying, s. to our God.

See Job 13.16; 1 Sam. 2.1; 2 Sam. 22. 36.

SAME. Job 4.8, sow wickedness, reap the s. Ps. 102.27 ; Heb. 1.12, thou art the s. Mat. 5.46, do not the publicans the s. Acts 1.11, this s. Jesus shall come. Rom. 10.12, the s. Lord over all. 12.16 ; 1 Cor. 1.10; Phil. 4.2, be of s. mind. Heb. 13.8, s. yesterday, to-day, and for ever. See 1 Cor. 10.3; 12.4; '15.39 ; Eph. 4.10.

SANCTIFY. Lev. 11.44; 20.7 ; Num. 11.18; Josh. 3.5 ; 7.13; 1 Sam. 16.5, s. yourselves. Isa. 5.16, God shall be s. in righteousness. 13. 3, I have commanded my s. ones. 29.23, they shall s. the Holy One. 66.17, s. themselves in gardens. Jer. 1.5, I s. and ordained thee a prophet. Ezek. 20.41; 36. 23, I will be s. in you. 28. 25; 39. 27, s. in them in sight of heathen. Joel 1.14; 2.15, s. ye a fast. John 10.36, him whom the Father s.

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John 17.17, s. them through thy truth. 19, for their sakes I s. myself. Acts 20.32; ZQ. 18, inheritance among them that

are s.

Rom. 15.16, being s. by the Holy Ghost. 1 Cor. 1.2, to them that are s. 6.11, but now ye are s. 7.14,  husband is s. by the wife, and the wife is s. Eph. 5.26, s. and cleanse the church. 1 Thess. 5.23, the very God of peace s. you. 1 Tim. 4.5, it is s. by the word of God. 2 Tim. 2.21, a vessel s. for the Master's use. Heb. 2.11, he that s. and they who are s. 10.10, by the which will we are s. 14, perfected for ever them that are s. 13.12,  that he might s. the people. 1 Pet 3.15, s. the Lord God in your hearts. Jude 1, to them that are s. by God the Father. See Gen. 2.3; Ex. 13.2; Job 1.5; Mat. 23.17.

SANCTUARY. Ex. 15.17, plant them in the s. 25. 8, let them make me a s. 36.1; 3. 4, work for the s.

Num. 7.9, service of s. belongeth to them.

Neh. 10.39, where are the vessels of the s.

Ps. 74.7, they have cast fire into thy s.

Isa. 60.13, beautify the place of my s.

Lam. 2. 7, the Lord hath abhorred his s.

See Dan. 8.11; 9.17; Heb. 8.2 ; 9.1.

SAND. Job 6. 3 ; Prov. 27. 3; Mat, 7. 26.

SANG. Ex. 15.1; Neh. 12.42 ; Job 38. 7.

SANK. Ex. 15. 5, they s. into the bottom.

SAP. Ps. 104.16, trees full of s. SAT. Judg. 20.26, they s. before the Lord.

Job 29.25, I s. chief.

Ps. 26.4. have not s. with vain persons.

Jer. 15.17, I s. alone because of thy hand.

Ezek. 3.15, I s. where they s.

Mat. 4.16, the people who s. in darkness.

Mk. 16.19, he -s. on the right hand of God.

Lu. 7.15, he that was dead s. up. 10. 39, Mary s. at Jesus' feet.

John 4. 6, s. thus on the well.

Acts 2.3, cloven tongues s. upon each.

See Ezra 10.16; Neh. 1. 4; Ps. 137.1; Rev. 4.3.

SATAN. 1 Chron. 21.1, S. provoked David.

Ps. 109. 6, let S. stand at his right hand.

Mat. 12.26; Mk. 3.23 ; Lu. 11.18, if 8. cast out S. 16.23 ; Mk. 8.33; Lu. 4. 8, get behind me, S.

Lu. 10.18, I beheld S. as lightning fall.

Acts 5. 3, why hath S. filled thine heart. 26.18,  turn them from power of S. 2 Cor 12. 7, messenger of 8. to buffet me. 2 Thess. 2. 9, after the working of 8. 1 Tim. 1.20, whom I have delivered unto S. 5.15,  already turned aside after 8.

See Rom. 16.20 ; 1 Cor. 5. 5 ; 2 Cor. 2.11; 11.14.

SATIATE. Jer. 31.14, 25; 46.10.

SATISFY. Job 38. 27, to s. the desolate. Ps. 17.15, I shall be s. when I awake. 22. 26, the meek shall eat and be s. 36. 8, they shall be s. with fatness. 37.19,  in days of famine be s. 59.15,  and grudge if they be not s. 63. 5, my soul shall be s. 81.16,  with honey should I have s. thee. 90.14, s. us early with thy mercy. 91.16, with long life will I s. him. 103. 5, who s. thy mouth with good. 104.13, the earth is s. 105.40, he s. them with bread from heaven. 107.9, he s. the longing soul. 132.15, I will s. her poor with bread. Prov. 6.30, if he steal to s. his soul. 12.11, he that tilleth his land shall be s. 14.14,  a good man shall be s. from himself. 19.23, he that hath it shall abide s. 20.13,  open thine eyes and thou shalt be s. 30.15,  three things never s.

Eccl. L 8, the eye is not s. with seeing.

Eccl. 4.8, neither is his eye s. with riches. 5.10, shall not be s. with silver. Isa. 9.20; Mic. 6.14, shall eat and not be s. 53.11,  travail of his soul and be s. 58.10, if thou s. the afflicted soul. 11, the Lord shall s. thy soul in drought. Jer. 31.14, shall be s. with my goodness. Ezek. 16.28, yet thou couldest not be s. Amos 4. 8, wTandered to drink, but were not s. Hab. 2.5, as death and cannot be s. See Ex. 15. 9 ; Deut. 14. 29 ; Job 19. 22; 27.14.

SAVE. Gen. 45. 7, to s. your lives. 47.25, thou hast s. our lives. Deut. 28.29, spoiled and no man shall s. thee. 33.29, O people, s. bj the Lord. Josh. 10. 6, come up quickly and s. us. .1 udg. 6.15, wherewith shall I s. Israel ? 1 Sam 4. 3, the ark may s. us. 10.27, how shall this man s. us ? 11.3, if there be no man to s. us we will come. 14. 6, no restraint to s. by many or by few. 2 Sam 19.9, the king s. us, and now he is fled. 2 Kings 6.10, s. himself there, not once nor twice. Job 2. 6, in thine hand, but s. his life. 22.29, he shall s. the humble. 26. 2, how s. thou. Ps. 7.10, God who s. the upright. 20. 6, the Lord .s. his anointed. 34.18, he s. such as be of a contrite spirit. 44. 3, neither did their own arm s. them. 60. 5, s. with thy right hand. 72. 4, he shall s. the children of the needy. 80. 3; Prov. 28.18 ; Jer. 17.14 ; Mat, 10.22; 24.13 ; Mk. 13.13; 16.16 ; John 10. 9; Acts 2.21; 16. 31; Rom. 5. 9; 9.27 ; 10. 9 ; 11.26, shall be s. 86. 2, s. thy servant that trusteth. 109. 31, s. him from those that condemn. 118.25, s., I beseech thee, send prosperity. 119. 94, s. me, for I have sought. 146, s. me, and I shall keep thy testimonies. 138. 7, thy right hand shall s. Prov. 20.22, wfait on Lord and he shall s. thee. Isa. 35.4, your God will come and s. you. 43.12,  I have declared and have s. 45. 20, pray to a God that cannot s. 22, look unto me and be ye s. 47.15, they shall wrander, none shall s. 49. 25, I will s. thy children. 59.1, Lord's hand not shortened, that it cannot s. 63.1, mighty to s. Jer. 2.28, let them arise if they can s. 8. 20, summer is ended, and we are not s. 11.12, but they shall not s. 14. 9, as a mighty man that cannot s. 15.20 ; 30.11; 42.11; 46.27, I am with thee to s. thee. 17.14, s. me and I shall be s. 30.10, I will s. thee from afar. 48. 6, flee, s. your lives. Lam. 4.17, a nation that could not s. us. Ezek. 3.18, to warn wicked, to s. his life. 34.22,  therefore will I «. my flock. Hos. 1. 7, I will s. them by the Lord. 13.10, is there any other that may s. thee. Hab. 1.2, cry to thee and thou wilt not s. Zeph. 3.17, he will s. Mat. 1.21, s. his people from their sins. 16. 25; Mk. 8.35 ; Lu. 9. 24, will s. his life. 18.11; Lu. 19.10, to seek and to s. that which was lost. 19.25; Mk. 10. 26 ; Lu. 18.26, who then can be s. ? 27.40; Mk. 15. 30, s. thyself. 42; Mk. 15.31, he s. others, himself he cannot s. Mk. 3. 4; Lu. 6. 9, is it lawful to s. Lu. 7.50; 18.42, thy faith hath s. thee. 8.12, lest they should believe and be s. 9.56, not to destroy but to s. 13.23,  are there few that be s. ? 23.35, let him s. himself. 39, if thou be Christ, s. thyself and us, John 3.17, that the world might be s. 311

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John 5.34, these things I say that ye might be s. 12.47, not to judge but to s. Acts 2.47, such as should be s. 4.12, no other name whereby we must be s. 15.1, except ye be circumcised ye cannot be s. 16. 30, what must I do to be s. ? 27.43, the centurion willing to s. Paul. Rom. 8. 24, we are s. by hope. 10.1, my prayer is that they might be s. 11.14; 1 Cor. 9.22, if I might s. some. 1 Cor 1.18, to us who are s. 21, by foolishness of preaching to s. some. 3.15,  s. yet so as by fire. 5.5, that the spirit may be s. 7.16,  shalt s. thy husband. 2 Cor 2.15, savour in them that are s. Eph. 2. 5, 8, by grace ye are s. 1 Tim. 1.15, came to s. sinners. 2.4, who will have all men to be s. 4.16, thou shalt s. thyself and them. Heb. 5. 7, able to s. him from death. 7. 25, able to s. to the uttermost. 10. 39, believe to s. of soul. 11. 7, an ark to the s. of his house.

Jas. 1. 21, word which is able to s. your souls. 2.14,  can faiths, him? 4.12, able to s. and destroy. 5.15,  prayer of faith shall s. sick. 20, shall s. a soul from death. 1 Pet 3.20, souls were s. by water. 4.18, righteous scarcely be s.

Jude 23, others s. with fear. See Mat. 14. 30 ; John 12. 27 ; 1 Pet. 3. 21. SAVE.(except). 2 Sam. 22. 32, who is God, s. the

Lord?

Mat. 11.27, nor knoweth any s. the Son, 13. 57, s. in his own country. 17. 8; Mk. 9. 8, s. Jesus only. Lu. 17.

IS, s. this stranger. 18.19, none good s. one. 2 Cor 11.24, forty stripes s. one. Gal. 6.14, arlory s. in the cross.

See Mk. 5.37 ; Lu. 4.26 ; Rev. 2.17 ; 13.17.

SAVIOUR. 2 Sam. 22.3, my refuge, my s. 2 Kings 13.5, the Lord gave Israel a s. Ps. 106.21, they forgat God their s. Isa. 19.20, he shall send them a s. 45.21, a iust God and a S. 49. 26, all shall know I am thy S. 63. 8, so he was their S. Eph. 5.23, Christ is the s. of the body. 1 Tim. 4.10, who is the S. of all men. Tit. 2.10, adorn doctrine of God our S. 13, glorious appearing of our S.

Jude 25, the only wise God our S.

See Neh. 9. 27 ; Obad. 21; John 4. 42; Acts 5.31.

SAVOUR. Gen. 8. 21, Lord smelled a sweet s.

Ex. 5.21, have made our s. to be abhorred.

Cant. 1. 3, s. of thy good ointment.

Joel 2. 20, his ill s. shall come up.

Mat. 5.13; Lu. 14.34, if salt have lost his s.

See Eccl. 10.1; Ezek. 6.13 ; 20.41; Eph. 5.2.

SAVO UREST. Mat. 16.23; Mk. 8.33.

SAVOURY. Gen. 27.4, 7,14, 31.

SAW. Gen. 22.4, Abraham s. the place. 26.28, we s. the Lord was with thee.

Ex. 10.23, they s. not one another. 24.10, they s. the God of Israel. 2 Chron 25. 21, they s. one another in the face. Job 29.11, when the eye s. me.

Ps. 77.16, the waters s. thee. Eccl. 2.24, this I s., it was from hand of God. Cant. 3. 3, s. ye him whom my soul loveth. Mat. 12.22, both spake and s. 17. 8, they s. no man. Mk. 8.23, if he s. ought. John 1.48, under the fig-tree I s. thee. 8. 56, Abraham s. my day. 20. 20, glad when they s. the Lord. See 1 Sam. 19.5; Ps. 50.18; Isa. 59.16.

SAY. Ex. 3.13, what shall I s. to them. 4.12, teach thee what thou shalt s. Num. 22.19, know what the Lord will s. Judg. 18. 24, what is this ye s. to me? Ezra 9.10, what shall we s. after this ? Mat. 3.9, think not to s. w7ithin yourselves. 7. 22, many will s. in that day. 16.13; Mk. 8. 27, whom do men s. that I am ? 23.3, they s. and do not. Lu. 7.40. I have somewhat to s. to thee. 1 Cor. 12! 3, no man can s. that Jesus. See Lu. 7. 7 ; John 4. 20 ; 8. 26; 16.12.

SAYING. Deut. 1.23, the s. pleased me well. 1 Kings 2.38, the s. is good. Ps. 49.4, my dark s. upon the harp. 78. 2, utter dark s. of old. Prov. 1.6, the dark s. of the wise. Mat. 28.15, this ,s. is commonly reported. Lu. 2.51, kept all these s. in her heart. John 4.37, herein is that s. true. 6. 60, an hard s., who can hear it? See John 21. 23; Rom. 13. 9 ; 1 Tim. 1.15.

SCANT. Mic. 6.10, s. measure.

SCARCE. G en. 27. 30; Acts 14.18.

SCARCELY. Rom. 5.7 ; 1 Pet. 4.18.

SCARCENESS. Deut. 8. 9, bread without s.

SCAREST. Job 7.14, thou s. me with dreams.

SCATTER. Gen. 11. 4, lest we be s. abroad. Lev. 26.33,1 will s. you among the heathen. Num. 10.35 ; Ps. 68.1, let thine enemies be s. Job 18.15, brimstone shall be s. on his habitation. 37.11, he s. his bright cloud. 38. 24, which s. the east wind. Ps. 68.30, s. thou the people that delight in war. 92. 9, the workers of iniquity shall be s. 147.16, he s. the hoar frost. Prov. 11. 24, there is that s. and yet increaseth. 20. 8, a king s. evil with his eyes. 26, a wise king s. the wicked. Jer. 10. 21, all their flocks shall be s. 23.1, woe to pastors that s. the sheep. 50.17, Israel is a s. sheep. Zech. 13. 7; Mat. 26. 31; Mk. 14. 27, sheep shall

be s.

Mat. 9.36, s. as sheep having no shepherd. 12. 30; Lu. 11. 23, he that gathereth not with me s.

See John 11.52; 16. 32; Acts 8.1; Jas. 1.1.

SCENT. Job 14. 9; Jer. 48.11; Hos. 14. 7.

SCHOLAR. 1 Chron. 25. 8 ; Mai. 2.12.

SCIENCE. Dan. 1. 4; 1 Tim. 6.20.

SCOFF. Hab. 1.10; 2 Pet. 3. 3.

SCORCH. Mat. 13.6; Mk. 4. 6; Rev. 16.8.

SCORN. Esth. 3. 6; Job 16. 20; Ps. 44.13; 79. 4.

SCORNER. Prov. 9.8, reprove not a s. 13.1, a s. heareth not rebuke. 19. 25, smite a s. 28,  an ungodly witness s. judgment. 29,  judgments are prepared for s. 21.11, when s. is punished simple is made wise. 24. 9, the s. is an abomination. Isa. 29. 20, the s. is consumed. Hos. 7.5, stretched out hands with s. See Ps. 1.1; Prov. 1.22; 3. 34 ; 9.12.

SCOURG.E. Job 5.21, the s. of the tongue. 9. 23, if the s. slay suddenly. Isa. 28.15, the overflowing s. Mat. 10.17 ; 23. 34, they will s. you. John 2.15, a s. of small cords. Acts 22. 25, is it lawful to s. a Roman. Heb. 12. 6, the Lord s. every son. See Josh. 23. 13; Isa. 10. 26; Mat. 27. 26; John 19.1.

SCRAPE. Lev. 14.41; Job 2.8; Ezek. 26.4.

SCRIBE. 1 Chron. 27. 32, a wise man and a s.

Isa. 33.18, where is the s. ?

Jer. 8.8, the pen of the s. is in vain.

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Mat. 7.29, authority, and not as the s. 13. 52, every s. instructed unto kingdom. Mk. 12. 38; Lu. 20. 46, beware of the «. See Ezra 4. 8; 7. 6; Neh. 8.4; Mat. 8.19.

SCRIP. 1 Sam. 17.40; Mat. 10.10; Lu. 10. 4; 22. 35.

SEARCH.(w.). Ps. 64. 6; 77. 6; Jer. 2. 34.

SEARCH.O'.). Num. 13. 2, that they may s. the

land. 1 Chron. 28.9, the Lord s. all hearts. Job 11. 7, canst thou by s. find out God ? 13. 9, is it good that he should s. you out ?, 28. 27, he prepared it and s. it out. 29.16, the cause I knew not I 8. out. 32.11, I waited whilst ye s. out what to say. 36.26, can number of his years be s. out.

Ps. 44. 21, shall not God s. this out ? 139.1, thou hast s. me and known me. 23, s. me and know my heart. Prov. 25.2, honour of kings to s. out a matter. 27, for men to s. out their own glory. Eccl. 1.13; 7. 25, I gave my heart to s. wisdom. Isa. 40. 28, no s. of his understanding. Jer. 17.10, I the Lord s. the heart. 29.13, when ye shall s. for me with all. 31. 37, foundations of the earth s. out. Lam. 3. 40, let us s. our ways, and turn. Ezek. 34. 6, none did s. or seek after them. 8, neither did my shepherds s. for my flock. 11, I will s. my sheep.

Amos 9. 3, I will s. and take them out thence. Zeph. 1.12, I will s. Jerusalem with candles. John 5. 39; Acts 17.11, s. the scriptures. Rom. 8.27, that s. hearts knoweth mind. 1 Cor. 2.10, the Spirit s. all things. 1 Pet 1.10, which salvation prophets s. diligently. See Job 10.6; 28. 3 ; Prov. 2. 4 ; 1 Pet. 1.11.

SEARED. 1 Tim. 4. 2, conscience s.

SEASON. Gen. 1.14, for signs, and s., and days. Deut. 28.12, give rain in his s. 2 Chron 15. 3, for long s. without true God. Job 5.26, as a shock of corn in his s.

Ps. 1. 3, that bringeth forth fruit in his s. 22.2, I cry in the night s. 104.19, appointed the moon for 5. Prov. 15. 23, word spoken in due s. Eccl. 3.1, to everything there is a e. and a time. Isa. 50.4, know how to speak a word in s. Jer. 5.24, former and latter rain in his s. 33.20, day and night in their s. Ezek. 34.26, cause shower to come down in s. Dan. 2. 21, changeth the times and s. 7.12, lives prolonged for a s. Hos. 2. 9, take away my wine in s. Mat. 21. 41, render the fruits in their s. Lu. 1.20, my words shall be fulfilled in s. 20.10,  at the s. he sent servant. 23. 8, desirous to see him of a long s. John 5. 4, angel went down at certain s. 35, willing for a s. to rejoice. Acts 1.7, not for you to know times and s. 13.11,  not seeing the sun for a s. 24.25, a convenient .s. 2 Tim. 4.2, be instant in s.

Heb. 11.25, pleasures of sin for a s.

See 1 Thess. 5.1; 1 Pet. 1.6; Rev. 6.11; 20. 3.

SEAT. 1 Sam. 20.18, thy s. will be empty. Job 23. 3, that I might come even to his s. 29. 7, when I prepared my s. in the street. Ps. 1.1. the s. of the scornful.

Amos 6.3, cause s. of violence to come near. Mat. 21.12, s. of them that sold doves. 23. 2, scribes sit in Moses' s. 6; Mk. 12.39, chief s. in synagogues. See Ezek. 8. 3; 28. 2; Lu. 1 52; Rev. 2.13 ; 4. 4.

SECRET.(«.). Gen. 49. 6, come not into their s. Job 11. 6, the s. of wTisdom. 15. 8, hast thou heard the s. of God ? 29. 4, the s. of God was upon my tabernacle. Ps. 25.14, s. of Lord is with them that fear.

Ps. 27. 5, in s. of his tabernacle will he hide. 139.15, when I was made in s. Prov. 3. 32, his s. is with the righteous. 9.17, bread eaten in s. 21.14, a gift in s. pacifieth anger. Isa. 45.19; 48.16, I have not spoken in s. Mat. 6. 4, thy Father who seeth in s. 6, pray to thy Father which is in s. 24. 26, he is in the s. chambers. John 18.20, in s. have I said nothing. See Prov. 11.13 ; 20.19 ; Dan. 2.18; 4. 9.

SECRET.{adj.). Deut. 29.29, s. things belong to G od. Judg. 3.19, I have a s. errand. 13.18,  my name, seeing it is s.

Ps. 19.12, cleanse tnou me from s. faults. 90. 8, our s. sins.

Prov. 27. 5, open rebuke better than s. love. See Cant. 2.14; Isa. 45. 3; Jer. 13.17.

SECRETLY. Gen. 31.27, flee away s. Deut. 13. 6, entice thee s., saying. 1 Sam 18. 22, commune with David s. 23. 9, Saul s. practised mischief. 2 Sam 12.12, for thou didst it s.

Job 4.12, a thing was s. brought to me. 13.10, if you s. accept persons. 31.27,  my heart hath been s. enticed. Ps. 10. 9, he lieth in wait s. 31.20, keep them ,s. from the strife. John 11. 28, she called her sister s. 19. 3S, s. for fear of the Jews. See Deut. 27.24 ; Lev. 28. 57 ; 2 Kings 17. 9.

SECT. Acts 5.17 ; 15. 5; 24. 5 ; 26. 5; 28.22.

SECURE. Job 11.18; 12.6; Mat. 28.14.

SECURELY. Prov. 3. 29; Mic. 2. 8.

SEDUCE. Mk. 13. 22, show signs to s. 1 John 2. 26, concerning them that s. you. Rev. 2. 20, to s. my servants.

See Prov. 12. 26; 1 Tim. 4.1; 2 Tim. 3.13.

SEE. Gen. 11. 5, came down to s. the city. 44.23, you shall s. my face no more. 45.28,  I will go and s. him before I die. Ex. 12.13, when I s. the blood. 14.13, s. the salvation of the Lord. 33.20, there shall no man s. me and live. Deut. 3.25, let me s. the good land. 34.4,  I have caused thee to s. it. 2 Kings 6.17, open his eyes, that he may s. 10.16,  s. my zeal for the Lord.

Job 7.7, mine eye shall no more s. good. 19.26, yet in my flesh shall I s. God. Ps.27.13, believed to s. the goodness. 66.5,  come and s. the works of God. 94.9, shall he not s.

Isa. 6.10, lest they s. with their eyes. 32. 3, eyes of them that s. shall not be dim. 33.17,  shall s. the king in his beauty. 40. 5, all flesh shall s. it together. 52. 8, they shall s. eye to eye. Jer. 5.21; Ezek. 12.12, eyes and s. not. Mat. 5. 8, they shall s. God. 12. 38, we would s. a sign. 13.14; Mk. 4.12 ; Acts 28.26, s. ye shall s. 27. 4, s. thou to that. 28.6,  s. the place where the Lord lay. Mk. 8.18, having eyes s. ye not.

Lu. 17. 23, s. here or s. there.

John 1. 39; 11.34; Rev. 6.1, come and s. 50, thou shalt s. greater things. 9. 25, I was blind, now I s. 39, that they who s. not might s. Heb. 2. 9, but we s. Jesus. 1 Pet. 1. 8, though now we s. him not. 1 John 3.2, we shall s. him as he is. See Mat. 27. 24 ; John 1. 51.

SEED. Gen. 3.15, enmity between thy s. 47.19,  give us s.

Ex. 16.31, manna like coriander s. Lev. 19.19, thou shalt not sow mingled s. 26.16, ye shall sow your s. in vain. 313

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Deut. 1.8, to give it to their s. after them. 11.10,  not as Egypt where thou sowedst s. 14.22, tithe all the increase of your s. 28. 38, thou shalt carry much s. into field. Ps. 126. 6, bearing precious s. Eccl. 11. 6, in the morning sow thy s. Isa. 5.10, the s. of an homer shall "yield. 17.11,  in morning make thy s. to nourish. 55.10, give s. to the sower. 61. 9, the s. which the Lord hath blessed. Jer. 2.21, I had planted thee wholly a right s. Joel 1.17, the s. is rotten. Amos 9.13, overtake him that so wet h s. Hag. 2.19, is the s. yet in the barn? Zech. 8.12, the s. shall be prosperous. Mai. 2.15, that he might seek a godly s. See Mat. 13.19; Lu. 8. 5 ; 1 Cor. 15.38; 1 Pet. 1. 23.

SEEK. Gen. 37.15, what s. thou? Num. 15. 39, that ye s. not after your own heart. 16.10, s. ye the priesthood also. Deut. 4. 29, if thou s. him with, all thy heart. 12.5, even to his habitation shall ye s. and come. 23. 6; Ezra 9.12, thou shalt not s. their peace. Ruth 3.1. shall I not s. rest for thee. 1 Chron 28. 9; 2 Chron. 15.2, if thou s. him, he will be found. 2 Chron 19.3, hast prepared thine heart to s. God. 34. 3, Josiah began to s. after God. Ezra 4.2, we s. your God as ye do. Neh. 2.10, to s. the welfare of Israel. Job 5.8, I would s. unto God. 8. 5, s. unto God betimes. 20.10, children shall s. to please the poor. 39. 29, from thence she s. the prey. Ps. 9.10, hast not forsaken them that s. thee. 10. 4, the wicked will not .s. after God. 15, s. out his wickedness till thou find none. 14. 2; 53. 2, if there were any that did s. God. 24. 6, generation of them that s. him. 27. 4, desired, that will I s. after. 8, s. ye my face, thy face will I s. 34.14; 1 Pet. 3.11, s. peace and pursue it. 63.1, early wrill I s. thee. 69.32, your heart shall live that s. God. 83.16, that they may s. thy name. 122. 9, I will s. thy good. Prov. 1.28, they shall s. me, but not find. 8.17, those that s. me early shall find me. 11.27, that diligently s. good. 21. 6, of them that s. death. 23. 30, they that go to s. mixed wine. 35,  I will s. it yet again.

Eccl. 1.13 ; 7. 25, gave my heart to s. wisdom. Cant. 3.2, I will s. him whom my soul loveth. Isa. 1.17, learn to do well, s. judgment. 8.19, should not a people s. unto their God. 19. 3, they shall s. to charmers. 34.16,  s. ye out of the book of the Lord. 41.17,  when the needy s. water. 45.19, I said not, s. ye my face in vain. Jer. 5.1, any that s. the truth. 29.13, ye shall s. me and find wThen ye search. 30.17, Zion whom no man s. after. 38.4, this man s. not welfare of people. Lam. 3. 25, the Lord is good to the soul that s.

him. Ezek. 7.25, they shall s. peace. 34.16, I will s. that which was lost. Dan. 9. 3, I set my face to s. by prayer. Amos 5. 4, s. me and ye shall live. Zeph. 2. 3, s. ye the Lord, all ye meek. Mai. 2. 7, they should s. the law at his mouth. Mat. 6.32, after these things do Gentiles s. 33 ; Lu. 12. 31, s. first the kingdom of God. 7. 7 ; Lu. 11. 9, s. and ye shall find. 12. 39; 16. 4, adulterous generation s. a sign. 28. 5; Mk. 16. 6, I know that ye s, Jesus. Mk. 1.37, all men s. for thee. 8.11, s. of him a sign from heaven. Lu. 13.7, I come s. fruit.

Lu. 13. 24, many will s. to enter in. 15.8, doth she not s. diligently. 19.10,  is come to s. and to save. 24. 5, why s. ye the living among the dead? John 1. 38, what s. ye ? 4. 23, the Father s. such to worship him. 7.25, is not this he whom they s. to kill ? 34, ye shall s. me and shall not find me. 18. 8, if ye s. me, let these go their way. 20.15,  woman, whom s. thou?

Rom. 3.11, there is none that s. after God. 1 Cor 1. 22, the Greeks .s. after wisdom. 10. 24, let iio man s. his own. 13. 5, charity s. not her own. 2 Cor 12.14, 1 s. not yours, but you. Phil. 2.21, all s. their own things.

Col. 3.1, s. those things which are above. Heb. 11. 6, a rewarder of them that s. him. 14,  declare plainly that they s. a country. 13.14,  but we s. one to come. 1 Pet. 5. 8, s. whom he may devour.

Rev. 9. 6, in those days shall men s. death.

See Jer. 45.5 ; Mat. 13.45 ; John 6.24; 1 Cor. 10.33.

SEEM. Gen. 19.14, he ,s. as one that mocked. 29.20, they s. to him but a few days. Num. 16. 9, s. it but a small thing. Prov. 14.12, there is a way that s. right. Lu. 8.18, taken away that he s. to have. 24.11,  wrords s. as idle tales. 1 Cor 3.18, if any s. to be wise. 11.16,  if any man s. to be contentious. Heb. 4.1, lest any s. to come short. 12.11, now no chastening s. to be joyous.

See Gen. 27.12; Eccl. 9.13; Acts 17.18; Gal. 2. 6.

SEEMLY. Prov. 19.10; 26.1.

SEEN. Gen. 32.30, I. have s. God face to face.

Ex. 14.13, Egyptians whom ye have s. to-day.

Judg. 6.22, because I have s. an angel. 2 Kings 20.15, what have they s. Job 13.1, mine eye hath s. all this. 28. 7, a path the vulture's eye hath not s. Ps. 37. 25, have I not s. righteous forsaken. 90.15,  years wherein we have s. evil. Eccl. 6. 5, he hath not s. the sun. Isa. 9. 2, have s. a great light. 64.4; 1 Cor. 2. 9, neither hath eye s. 66. 8, who hath s. such things. Mat. 6.1; 23.5, to be s. of men. 9.33, never so s. in Israel. Mk. 9.1, till they have s. the kingdom of God. Lu. 5. 26, we have s. strange things to-day. John 1.18, no man hath s. God. 8. 57, hast thou s. Abraham ? John 14.9, he that hath s. me hath s. the Father. Acts 11. 23, when he had s. the grace of God. 1 Cor. 9.1, have I not s. Jesus Christ. 1 Tim. 6.16, whom no man hath s., nor can see. Heb. 11.1, evidence of things not s. 1 Pet. 1. 8, whom having not s., ye love. See John 5. 37; 9. 37 ; 15.24; 20. 29; Rom. 1.20.

SEETHE. Ex. 23.19; 2 Kings 4. 38; Ezek. 24. 5.

SEIZE. Job 3.6 ; Ps. 55.15 ; Jer. 49.24; Mat. 21.38.

SELF. Tit. 1. 7 ; 2 Pet. 2.10.

SELL. Gen. 25.31, s. me thy birthright. 37. 27, come, let us s. him. 1 Kings 21. 25, Ahab did ,s. himself to work. Neh. 5. 8, will ye even s. your brethren. Prov. 23. 23, buy the truth, and s. it not. Joel 3. 8, I will s. your sons and daughters. Amos 8. 5, that wre may s. corn. 6, and s. the refuse of the wheat. Mat. 19.21; Mk. 10.21; Lu. 12.33; 18.22, s. that

thou hast.

Lu. 22. 36, let him s. his garment. Jas. 4.13, we will buy and s., and get gain. See Ps. 44.12 ; Prov. 11.26 ; 31. 24 ; Mat. 13. 44.

SELLER. Isa. 24. 2; Ezek. 7.12,13; Acts 16.14.

SEND. Gen. 24.7, God shall s. his angeL 12, s. me good speed this day. 314

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Ex. 4.13, s. by hand of him whom thou wilt s. 2 Chvon. 7.13; Ezek. 14. 9, if I. s. pestilence. Ph. 20.2, s. thee help from the sanctuary. 43. 3, s. out thy light and truth. 118. 25, s. now prosperity. 1 sa. 6.8, whom shall I s.? s. me. Mat. 9. 38; Lu. 10.2, s. labourers. 12. 20, till he s. forth judgment, 15.23, s. her away, for she Crieth after us.

Mk. 3.14, that he might s. them to preach.

John 14.26, whom the Father will s. in my name.

IT. 8, believed that thou didst s. me.

Rom. 8. 3, God s. his Son in likeness.

See Lu. 10.3; 24. 49 ; John 20.21; 2 Thess. 2.11.

SENSUAL. Jas. 3.15 ; Jude 19.

SENT. Gen. 45. 5, God s. me. Judg. 6.14, have not I s. thee. Ps. 77.17, the skies s. out a sound. 108.15, he s. leanness into their soul. 107. 20, he s. his word and healed them. Jer. 23.21, 1 have not s. these prophets. Mat. 15,21, I am not s. but to lost sheep. John 4. 34, the will of him that s. me. 9. 4, work the wTorks of him that s. me. 17.3, life eternal to know him whom thou hast s. Acts 10.29, as soon as I was s. for.

Rom. 10.15, preach, except they be s. See Isa. 61.1; John 1. 6; 3. 28; 1 Pet. 1.12.

SENTENCE. Ps. 17. 2, let my s. come forth. Prov. 16.10, a divine s. in the lips of the king. Eccl. 8.11, because s. is not executed speedily. 2 Cor 1. 9, s. of death in ourselves.

See Deut. 17. 9; Jer. 4.12; Dan. 5.12; 8.23.

SEPARATE. Gen. 13.9, «. thyself from me. Deut. 19. 2, thou slmlt s. three cities. Pro. 16. 28; 17. 9, whisperer s. chief friends. 19.4,  the poor is s. from his neighbour. Mat. 25. 32, he shall s. them.

Rom. 8.35, who shall s. us from love of God? 2 Cor. 6.17, be ye s.

Heb. 7. 26, s. from sinners.

See Num. 6. 2; Ezra 10.11; Isa. 56. 3; 59.2.

SEPARATION. Num. 6. 8; 19.9; 31.23; Ezek. 42. 20.

SERPENT. Gen. 3.1, the s. was more subtil. 49.17, Dan shall be a s. by the way. Job 26.13, his hand formed the crooked s. Ps. 58. 4, like the poison of a s. 140. 3, sharpened their tongues like a s. Prov. 23. 32, at last it biteth like a s. Eccl. 10. 8, breaketh a hedge a s. shall bite him. 11, s. will bite without enchantment. Isa, 27.1, the Lord shall punish the s. 65.25, dust shall be the s. meat. Jer. 8.17, I will send s. among you. Amos 9. 3, I will command the s. Mic. 7.17, they shall lick dust like a s. Mat. 7.10; Lu. 11.11, will he give him as.? 10.16, be ye wise as s. 23. 33, ye s., how can ye escape. Mk. 16.18, they shall take up s. John 3.14, as Moses lifted up the ,s. Rev. 12.9; 20. 2, that old s. called the Devil. See Ex. 4.3 ; Num. 21.8; 2 Kings 18. 4; Jas. 3. 7,

SERVANT. Gen. 9. 25, a s. of s. shall he be. Job 3.19, the s. is free. 7.2, as a s. desireth the shadow. Ps. 116.16; 119.125; 143.12, I am thy s. Prov. 22. 7, the borrower is s. to the lender. 29.19, a s. will not be corrected with words. Isa. 24.2, as with s. so with master. Mat. 10.25, enough for s. to be as his lord. 25.21, good and faithful s. Lu. 12. 47, that s. which knew his lord's will. 17.10, unprofitable s. John 8.35, s. abideth not in house for ever. 15.15, s. knoweth not what his lord doeth. 1 Cor. 7. 21, art thou called, being a s. 23, be not ye the s. of men.

Eph.6.5; Col. 3.22; Tit. 2.9 ; 1 Pet. 2.18, s. be

obedient.

See Rom. 6.16; Col. 4.1; 1 Tim 6.1; Rev. 22. 3.

SERVE. Gen. 25. 23, elder shall s. the younger. Deut. 6. 13 ; 10.12, 20 ; 11.13 ; 13. 4 ; Josh. 22. 5 ; 24.14 ; 1 Sam. 7. 3; 12.14, thou shalt fear the Lord and s. him.

Josh. 24.15, choose ye whom ye will s. 1 Chron. 28. 9, s. him with a perfect heart. Job 21.15, what is the Almighty, that we should

s. him ? Ps. 22.30, a seed shall s. him. 72.11, all nations shall s. him. Isa. 43.23, I have not caused thee to s. 24, thou hast made me to s. with thy sins. Jer. 5.19, so shall ye s. strangers. Dan. 6.16, thy God whom thou s. will deliver. Zeph. 3. 9, to s. him with one consent. Mai. 3.17, spareth his son that s. him. 18, between him that s. God and him that. Mat. 6. 24; Lu. 16.13, no man can s. two masters, Lu. 10.40, hath left me to s. alone. 15.29, these many years do I s. thee. John 12.26, if any man s. me, let him. Acts 6.2, leave word of God and s. tables. Rom. 6. 6, henceforth wre should not s. sin. Gal. 5.13, by love s. one another. Col. 3.24, for ye s. the Lord Christ. 1 Thess. 1. 9, from idols to s. living God. Rev. 7.15, they s. him day and night. See Lu. 22.27 ; Acts 13.36; Heb. 9.14; 12.28.

SERVICE. Ex. 12. 26, what mean ye by this a ? 1 Chron. 29. 5, who is willing to consecrate his s. John 16.2, will think he doeth God s. Rom. 12.1, your reasonable s. Eph. 6. 7, doing s. as to the Lord. Phil. 2. 30, to supply your lack of s. See Ezra 6.18; Ps. 104.14; Jer. 22.13.

SET. Gen. 4.15, the Lord s, a mark on Cain. 9.13, I do s. my bow in the cloud. Deut. 1. 8, I have s. the land before thee. Job 33. 5, s. thy words in order. Ps. 16.8, I have s. the Lord before me. 20.5, we will s. up our banners. 91.14, he hath s. his love upon me. Eccl. 7.14, hath s. the one against the other. Cant. 8. 6, s. me as a seal upon thine heart. Mat. 5.14, a city s. on a hill. Acts 18.10, no man shall s. on thee. Heb. 6.18, the hope s. before us. See Ps. 75. 7 ; 107. 41; Eph. 1. 20; Col. 3. 2.

SETTLE. Zeph. 1.12 ; Lu. 21.14; Col. 1. 23.

SEVER. Lev. 20. 26; Ezek. 39.14 ; Mat. 13. 49.

SEW. Gen. 3. 7 ; Job 14.17 ; Eccl. 3.7; Mk. 2.21.

SHADE. Ps. 121.5, the Lord is thy s. SHADOW. Gen. 19. 8, the s. of my roof. Job 7. 2, as servant earnestly desireth the s. 14.2, he fleeth as a s. and continueth not. 17. 7, all my members are as a s. Ps. 91.1, under the s. of the Almighty. 102.11, my days are like a s. 144. 4 ; Eccl. 8.13, his days are as a s. Eccl. 6.12, life which he spendeth as a 3. Cant. 2. 3, under his s. with great delight. 17 ; 4.6, till the s. flee away. Isa. 4. 6, for a s. in the daytime. 25.4, a s. from the heat. 32. 2, as the s. of a great rock. 49.2; 51.16, in the s. of his hand. Jer. 6.4, the s. of evening are stretched out. Lam. 4.20, under his s. we shall live. Hos. 14.7, they that dwell under his s. shall return.

Acts 5.15, the s. of Peter might overshadow. Jas. 1.17, with whom is no s. of turning. See Judsc. 9.15,36; Isa. 38. 8; Jonah 4. 5.

SHAFT. Ex. 25.31; 37.17 ; Isa. 49. 2.

SHAKE. Judg. 16.20, I will s. myself. Ps. 29.8, voice of Lord s. wilderness,

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Ps. 72.16, fruit thereof shall ,s. like Lebanon.

I?a. 2.19, when he ariseth to .s. the earth. 13.13; Joel 3.16; Hag. 2. 6, 21,1 will s. the heavens. 52. 2, s. thyself from the dust.

Hag. 2. 7, I'will s. all nations.

Mat. 11. 7; Lu. 7. 24, a reed s. with the wind.

Lu. 6. 38, good measure, s. together. 2Thess. 2. 2, be not soon s. in mind.

Heb. 12. 26, I s. not earth only. 27, things which cannot be s.

See Job 9. 6; Ezek. 37. 7 ; Mat. 24.29.

SHAME. Ps. 4.2, turn my glory into s. 40.14 ; 83.17, let them be put to s.

Prov. 10. 5 ; 17.2, a son that causeth s.

Isa. 61. 7, for your s. ye shall have double.

Jer. 51.51, s. hath covered our faces.

Ezek. 16. 52, bear thine own s.

Dan. 12.2, awake, some to s.

Zeph. 3. 5, the unjust knoweth no s.

Lu. 14. 9, with s. to take lowest room.

Acts 5. 41, worthy to suffer s. 1 Cor. 6. 5; 15. 34, I speak this to your s.

Eph. 5.12, a s. to speak of those things

Phil. 3.19, whose glory is in their 5.

Heb. 6. 6, put him to an open s. 12. 2, despising the s.

See 1 Cor. 11. 6; 14. 35 ; 1 Thess. 2. 2 ; 1 Tim. 2. 9.

SHAPE. Lu. 3. 22; John 5. 37 ; Rev. 9. 7.

SHARP. 1 Sam. 13. 20, to s. every man his share. 21, a file to s. the goads.

Ps. 52.2, tongue like a s. razor. 140. 3, they s. their tongues like a serpent.

Prov. 25.18, false witness is s. arrow. 27.17, iron s. iron, so a man s. his friend.

Isa. 41.15, a s. threshing instrument.

Acts 15.39, the contention was so s.

Heb. 4.12, s. than any two-edged sword.

See Mic. 7.4; 2 Cor. 13.10; Rev. 1.16; 14.14.

SHEAF. Deut. 24.19 ; Ruth 2. 7 ; Ps. 126. 6 ; 129. 7.

SHEARERS. Gen. 38.12 ; 1 Sam. 25. 7 ; Isa. 53. 7.

SHEATH. ISam. 17.51; 1 Chron. 21.27; Ezek. 21.3.

SHED. Gen. 9. 6, shall his blood be s.

Mat. 26.28, s, for many for remission of sins.

Rom. 5. 5, love of God s. in our hearts.

Tit. 3.6, which he s. on us abundantly.

Heb. 9.22, without s. of blood is no remission.

See Ezek. 18.10; 22. 3 ; Acts 2. 33.

SHEEP. Gen. 4.2, Abel was a keeper of .0.

Num. 27.17; 1 Kings 22.17; 2 Chron. 18.16; Mat. 9.36 ; Mk. 6.34, as s. which have no shepherd. 1 Sam. 15.14, what meaneth this bleating of s.

Ps. 49.14, like s. are laid in the grave. 95. 7 ; WO. 3, we are the s. of his hand.

Isa. 53. 6, all we like s. have gone astray.

Jer. 12.3, pull them out like s. for slaughter.

Ezek. 34.6, my s. wandered.

Mat. 7.15, false prophets in s. clothing. 10. 6, go rather to lost s. 12.12, how much is a man better than a ,5. John 10.2, that entereth by door is shepherd of s. 11,  good shepherd giveth his life for the s. 21.16, feed my s.

See Mat. 10.16; 12.11; 18.12; 25. 32 ; Heb. 13.20.

SHEET. ,1 udg. 1-J. 12 ; Acts 10.11; 11. 5.

SHELTER. Job 24. 8; Ps. 61. 3.

SHEPHERD. Gen. 46.34, s. abomination to Egyptians.

Ps. 23,1, the Lord is my s. Isa. 13.20, nor shall s. make their fold there. 40.11, he shall feed his flock like a s. 56.11, they are s. that cannot understand. Jer. 23.4, I will set s. over them who shall feed. 50. 6, their s. have caused them to go astray. Amos 3.12, as the s. taketh out of the mouth. Zech. 11.17, woe to the idol s. John 10.14, 1 am the good s. See Zech. 11.3; Lu. 2. 8 ; 1 Pet. 2.25; 5.4.

SHIELD. Judg. 5.8, was there a s. seen.

Ps. 5.12, compass him as with a s. 33.20; 59.11; 84. 9, the Lord is our s. 84.11, a sun and s. 91.4, truth shall be thy s. Isa. 21. 5, anoint the s. Eph. 6.16. taking the ,?. of faith. See Prov. 30. 5 ; Jer. 51.11; Ezek. 23. 24; 39. 9.

SHINE. Job 22.28, the light shall s. upon thy ways. 29. 3, when his candle s. upon my head. Ps. 104.15, oil to make his face s. 139.12, the nisrht s. as the day. Prov. 4.18, light that s. more and more. Isa. 9.2, upon them hath the light s. 60.1, arise, s., for thy light is come. Dan. 12. 3, wise shall s. as the brightness. Mat. 5.16, let your light so s. 13.43, the righteous s. as the sun. 2 Cor. 4. 6, God who commanded the light to s. See John 1.5 ; 2 Pet. 1.19; 1 John 2.8; Rev. 1.16.

SHOCK. Judg. 15. 5; Job 5.26.

SHOD. Mk. 6. 9 ; Eph. 6.15.

SHOOT. Ps. 22. 7, they s. out the lip. 64. 3. to s. their arrows, even bitter words. 144. 6, s. out thine arrows and destroy them. See 1 Chron. 12. 2 ; Mk. 4. 32; Lu. 21. 30.

SHORT. Job 17.12, the light is s. 20. 5, triumphing of wicked is s. Ps. 89. 47, remember how s. my time is. Rom. 3. 23, come s. of the glory of God. 1 Cor. 7. 29, the time is s. See Num. 11. 23 ; Isa. 50. 2 ; 59.1; Mat. 24. 22.

SHORTER. Isa. 28.20, the bed is s.

SHORTLY. Gen. 41. 32; Ezek. 7. S; Rom. 16.20.

SHOUT. Ps. 47. 5, God is gone up with a s. Lam. 3. 8, when I s. he shutteth out my prayer. 1 Thess 4.16, shall descend with a s. See Num. 23. 21; 1 Sam. 4. 5 ; Isa. 12. 6.

SHOWER. Ps. 65.10, makest it soft with s. 72.6, like s. that water the earth. Ezek. 34. 26, will cause s. to come in season. See Deut. 32. 2 J 24 J 3 31 22 SHUN. Acts 20.27 ; 2 Tim. 2.16.

SHUT. Gen. 7.16, the Lord s. him in. Isa. 22. 22, he shall open and none shall y. 60.11, gates shall not be s. day nor night. Jer. 36. 5, I am s. up, I cannot go to the house of

the Lord.

Lam. 3.8, he s. out my prayer. See Gal. 3. 23; 1 John 3.17 ; Rev. 3. 7 ; 20. 3.

SICK. Prov. 13.12, maketh the heart s. 23.35, stricken me and I was not s. Cant. 2. 5, I am s. of love. Isa. 1. 5, the whole head is s. Hos. 7. 5, made him s. with bottles of wine. Mat. 8.14, wife's mother s. Jas. 5.14, is any s. ? call elders of the church. 15, prayer of faith shall save the s.

SICKNESS. Ps. 41. 3 ; Eccl. 5.17 ; Mat. 8.17.

SIFT. Isa. 30. 28; Amos 9. 9 ; Lu. 22.31.

SIGHT. Ex. 3. 3, this great s. Deut. 28. 34, for s. of thine eyes. Eccl. 6. 9, better is s. of eyes. Mat. 11. 5 ; 20. 34; Lu. 7. 21, blind receive s. 26; Lu. 10. 21, it seemed eood in thy s. Lu. 18. 42; Acts 22.13, receive thy s. 21.11, fearful s. and signs from heaven. Rom. 12.17, things honest in s. of all men. 2 Cor 5.7, walk by faith, not by s.

See Eccl. 11. 9 ; Isa. 43.4; Dan.'4.11; Heb. 4.13.

SIGN. Isa, 7.11, ask thee a s. of the Lord. 55.13, for an everlasting 8. Ezek. 12. 6, I have set thee for a s. Dan. 4. 3, how great are his s. Mat. 16. 3, s. of the times. Mk. 16.20, with s. following. Lu. 2. 34, for a s. which shall be spoken against. John 4. 48, except ye see s. Acts 2.22, man approved of God by s.

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Acts 4.30, that s. may he done "by the name. See Rom. 4.11; 15.19; 1 Cor. 1. 22; Rev. V). 1.

SIGNIFY. John 12. 33; Heb. 9. 8; 1 Pet. 1.11.

SILENCE. Mat. 22. 34; 1 Tim. 2.11; 1 Pet. 2.15.

SILENT. 1 Sam/2. 9, s. in darkness. Ps. 28.1, he not s. to me. 31.17,  let the wicked he s. in the grave. Zech. 2.13, he $., all flesh, before the Lord. See Ps. 22. 2 ; 30.12 ; Isa. 47. 5 ; Jer. 8.14.

SILLY. Job 5. 2; Hos. 7.11; 2 Tim. 3. 6. "

SILVER. 1 Kings 10. 27, king made s. as stones. Job 22.25, thou shalt have plenty of s. Ps. 12. 6 ; 66.10, as s. is tried. Prov. 8.10, receive instruction and not s. Eccl. 5.10, he that loveth s. shall not be satisfied. Isa. 1.22, thy s. is become dross. Jer. 6. 30, reprobate s. shall men call them. Mai. 3. 3, sit as a refiner and purifier of .s. See Gen. 44. 2 ; Eccl. 12. 6 ; Mat. 27. 6 ; Acts 19.24.

SIMILITUDE. Num. 12. 8, the s. of the Lord. Deut. 4.12, saw no s. Ps. 144.12, after the s. of a palace. Rom. 5.14, after the s. of Adam's transgression. Jas. 3. 9, made after the s. of God. See Hos. 12.10; Dan. 10.16 ; Heb. 7.15.

SIMPLE. Ps. 19. 7, making wise the s. 116. 6, the Lord preserveth the 8. 119.130, it giveth understanding to the s. Prov. 22. 3; 27. 12, the s. pass on, and are punished.

Rom. 16.18, deceive the hearts of the s. See Prov. 7. 7 ; 8. 5 ; 9. 4; 14.15; 19. 25.

SIN.(«,). Gen. 4. 7, s. lieth at the door. Num. 27. 3, died in his own s. Deut. 24.16: 2 Kings 14. 6; 2 Chron. 25. 4, put to

death for his own s. Job 10. 6, thou searchest after my s. Ps. 19.13, from presumptuous s. 25. 7, remember not s. of my youth. 32.1, blessed is he whose s. is covered. 38.18,  I will be sorry for my s. 51.3, my s. is ever before me. 90. 8, our secret s. 103.10, hath not dealt with us according to our s. Prov. 5.22, holden with cords of s. 10.19,  in multitude of words wanteth not s. 14.9,  fools make a mock at s. 34, s. is a reproach to any people. Isa. 30.1, to add s. to s. 43. 25 ; 44.22, not remember s. 53.10,  offering for s. 12, bare the s. of many. Jer. 51.5, land filled with s. Ezek. 33.16, none of his s. shall be mentioned. Hos. 4.8, they eat up s. of my people. Mic. 6. 7, fruit of my body for s. of my soul. Mat. 12. 31, all manner of s. shall be forgiven. John 1.29, the s. of the world. 8. 7, he that is without s, 16.8, will reprove the world of s. 19.11,  hath the greater s.

Acts 7.60, lay not this s. to their charge. 22.16, wash away thy s, Rom. 5.20, where s. abounded. 6.1, shall we continue in s. 7. 7, I had not known s. 14.23, whatsoever is not of faith is s. 2 Cor. 5.21, made him to be £. for us. 2 Thess. 2.3, that man of s. 1 Pet. 2.24, his own self bare our s. See 1 John 1.8 ; 3.4 ; 4.10 ; 5.16 ; Rev. 1. 5.

SIN.(v.). Gen. 42. 22, do not s. against the child. Ex. 9. 27 ; 10.16; Num. 22.34; Josh. 7.20 ; 1 Sam. 15. 24 ; 26.21; 2 Sam. 12.13 ; Job 7. 20; Ps. 41.4; Mat. 27. 4; Lu. 15.18, I have s. Job 10.14, if I s., thou markest me. Ps. 4.4, stand in awe and s. not. 39.1, that I s. not with my tongue. Prov. 8.36, he that s. against me.

Isa, 43.27, thy first father hath s,

Ezek. 18.4, the soul that s. it shall die.

Hos. 13.2, now they s. more and more.

Mat. 18.21, how oft shall my brother s.

John 5.14 ; 8.11, s. 110 more.

Rom. 6.15, shall we s. because. 1 Cor. 15. 34, awake to righteousness and s. not.

Eph. 4.26, be ye angry, and s. not. 1 John 3. 9, he cannot s. because born of God,

See Num. 15. 28 ; Job 1.5, 22 ; Rom. 3.23.

SINCERE. Phil. 1.10 ; 1 Pet. 2. 2.

SINCERITY. Josh. 24.14 ; 1 Cor. 5. 8; Eph. 6,24.

SINFUL. Lu. 5. 8 ; 24. 7 ; Rom. 7.13; 8. 3.

SINGING. Ps. 100. 2; 126. 2 ; Cant. 2.12; Eph. 5.19.

SINGLE. Mat. 6. 22 f Lu. 11. 34.

SINGLENESS. Acts 2. 46; Eph. 6. 5; Col. 3, 22.

SINNER. Gen. 13.13, men of Sodom s. exceedingly

Ps. 1.1, standeth not in way of s. 25. 8, teach s. in the way. 26. 9, gather not my soul Avith s. 51.13, s. shall be converted.

Prov. 1.10, if s. entice thee. 13. 21, evil pursueth s. Eccl. 9.18, one s. destroyeth much good. Isa, 33.14, the s. in Zion are afraid. Mat, 9. 11; Mk. 2. 16 ; Lu. 5. 30; 15. 2, eat with s, 13; Mk. 2.17 ; Lu. 5.32, call s. to repentance. 11.19; Lu. 7. 34, a friend of s. Lu. 7. 37, woman who was a s. 13.2, suppose ye these were s. above all ? 15. 7,10, joy over one s. 18.13, be merciful to me a s, John 9.16, how can a man that is a s. do such miracles ? 25, whether he be a s. I know not. Rom. 5. 8, while we were yet s. 19, many were made s. Heb. 7.26, separate from s. See Jas. 4. 8 ; 5.20; 1 Pet, 4.18; Jude 15.

SISTER. Job 17.14; Prov. 7.4 ; Mat. 12. 50; 1 Tim. 5.2.

SIT. 2 Kings 7, 3, why s. we here until we die ? Ps. 69.12, they that .s. in the gate. 107.10, such as s. in darkness. Isa. 30. 7, their strength is to s. still. Jer. 8.14, why do we s. still ? Ezek. 33. 31, they s. before thee as thy people, Mic. 4.4, they s. every man under his vine. Mai. 3. 3, he shall s. as a refiner. Mat, 20. 23 ; Mk. 10. 37, to s. on my right hand. See Prov. 23.1; Lam. 3. 63 ; Acts 2. 2.

SITUATION. 2 Kings 2.19 ; Ps. 48.2.

SKILFUL. 1 Chron. 28.21; Ps. 33.3; Ezek. 21. 31;

Dan. 1. 4.

SKILL. 2 Chron. 2,7 ; Eccl. 9.11; Dan. 1.17 ; 9. 22.

SKIN. Ex. 34.29, wist not that s. of his face shone. Job 2.4, s. for s. 10.11, thou hast clothed me with s. and flesh. 19. 26, though after my s. worms destroy. Jer. 13. 23, can the Ethiopian change his s. Ezek. 37. 6, I will cover you with s. Heb. 11. 37, wandered in gheep-s. See Gen. 3. 21; 27.16; Ps. 102. 5 ; Mic. 3. 2; Mk. 1.6.

SKIP. Ps. 29. 6 ; 114. 4; Jer. 48. 27.

SKIRT. Ps. 133.2 ; Jer. 2. 34 ; Zech. 8. 23.

SLACK. Deut. 7.10; Prov. 10.4; Zeph. 3.16; 2 Pet. 3.9.          ■

SLAIN. Gen. 4.23, I have s. a man. Prov. 7.26, strong men have been s. by her. 22.13, the slothful man saith, I shall be s. 24.11, deliver those ready to be s. Isa. 22. 2, thy s. men are not s. with the sword. 26.21, earth shall no more cover her s. 66.16, the s. of the Lord shall be many. Jer. 9.1, weep for the s. of my people. Lam. 4. 9, s. with sword better than s. -with hunger. 317

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Ezek. 37.9, breathe upon these s. Eph. 2.16, having s. the enmity. Rev. 5. 6, a Lamb as it had been s. See 1 Sam. 18. 7; 22.21; Lu. 9. 22; Heb. 11. 37.

SLAUGHTER. Ps. 44. 22, as sheep for the s. Isa. 53. 7 ; Jer. 11.19, brought as a lamb to the s. .Ter. 7.32; 19.6, valley of s. Ezek. 9.2, every man a s. weapon. See Hos. 5. 2 ; Zech. 11. 4; Acts 9.1; Jas. 5. 5.

SLAVE. Jer. 2.14; Rev. 18.13.

SLAY. G en. 18. £5, far from thee to s. the righteous. Job 9.23, if scourge s. suddenly. 13.15, though lie s. me. See Gen. 4.15; Ex. 21.14; Neh. 4.11; Lu. 11. 49; 19. 27.

SLEEP.{nX 1 Sam. 26.12, deep *. from God. Job 4.13; 33.15, when deep s. falleth, Ps. 13. 3, lest 1 sleep the s. of death. 127. 2, giveth his beloved s. Prov. 3. 24, thy s. shall be sweet. 6 10 ; 24. 33, yet a little s. 20.13, love not s., lest. Eccl. 5.12, the s. of a labouring man. Jer. 51. 39, sleep a perpetual s. Lu. 9. 32, heavy with s. John 11.13, of taking rest in .?. Rom. 13.11, high time to awake out of s. See Dan. 2.1; 6.18 ; 8.18 ; Acts 16. 27 ; 20.9.

SLEEP.(v.). Ex. 22.27, raiment, wherein shall he s. Job 7.21, now shall I s. in the dust. Ps. 4.8, I will lay me down and £. 121.4, shall neither slumber nor s. Prov. 4.16, they s. not, except they have done. 6.22, when thou s. it shall keep thee. 10. 5, he that s. in harvest is a son that causeth shame.

Cant. 5.2, I s., but my heart waketh. Dan. 1?. 2, many that s. in the dust. Mat. 9. 24; Mk. 5. 39 ; Lu. 8. 52, not dead but s. 13.25, while men s. the enemy sowed. 26.45 ; Mk. 14.41, s. on now. Mk. 13.36, coming suddenly he find you s. Lu. 22.46, why ». ye ? rise and pray. John 11.11, our friend Lazarus s. 1 Cor. 11.30, for this cause many s. 15. 51, we shall not all s. Eph. 5.14, awake thou that s. 1 Thess. 4.14, them which s. in Jesus. 5. 6, let us not s. as do others. 7, they that s. s. in the night. 10, that whether we wake or s. See Gen. 28.11; 1 Kings 18.27; Acts 12. 6 ; 1 Cor. 15. 20.

SLEIGHT. Eph. 4.14, the .s. of men.

SLEW. Judg. 9. 54, a woman s. him. 1 Sam 17.36, s. both the lion and the bear. 29. 5, Saul s. his thousands. 2 Kings 10.9, who s. all these?

Ps. 78. 34, when he s. them, then they sought

him.

Isa. 66.3, killeth an ox is as if he s. a man. Dan. 5.19, whom he would he s. Mat. 23.35, whom ye s. between temple and altar. Acts 5. 30 ; 10. 39, whom ye s. and hanged on a tree. 22.20, kept raiment of them that s. him. Rom. 7.11, sin by the commandment s. me. See Gen. 4.8; Ex. 2.12; 13.15; Neh. 9.26; Lam. 2.4.

SLIDE. Deut. 32.35 ; Ps. 26.1; 37. 31; Hos. 4.16.

SLIGHTLY. Jer. 6.14; 8.11, healed hurt s. SLIME. Gen. 11.3 ; 14.10 ; Ex. 2. 3.

SLIP. 2 Sam. 22. 37 ; Ps. 18.36, feet did not s. 3 ob 12.5, he that is ready to s. Ps. 17. 5, that my footsteps s. not. 38.16, when my foot s. they magnify. 73. 2, my steps had well nigh s. Heb. 2.1, lest we should let them s. See Deut. 19. 5 ; 1 Sam. 19.10; Ps. 94.13.

SLIPPERY. Ps. 35. 6; 73.18; Jer. 23.12.

SLOTHFUL. Judg. 18.9, be not s. to possess.

Mat. 25.26, thou s. servant.

Rom. 12.11, not s. in business.

Heb. 6.12, that ye be not s.

See Prov. 18.9; 19.24 ; 24. 30; Eccl. 10.18.

SLOW. Ex. 4.10, I am s. of speech.

Neh. 9.17, a God s. to anger.

Prov. 14.29, s. to wrath is of great understanding.

Lu. 24.25, s. of heart.

See Acts 27. 7 ; Tit. 1.12 ; Jas. 1.19.

SLUMBER. Ps. 121.3, that keepeth thee will not s.

Prov. 6.4, give not s. to thine eyelids. 10; 24.33, a little more s.

Isa. 5.27, none shall s. among them. 56.10,  loving to s.

Kah. 3.18, thy shepherds s. Rom. 11. 8, hath given them the spirit of s. See Job 33.15 ; Mat. 25. 5; 2 Pet. 2. 3.

SMALL. Ex. 16.14, s. round thing, s. as hoar-frost. 18. 22, every s. matter they shall judge. Num. 16. 9, a s. thing that God hath separated. 13, a s. thing that thou hast brought us. Deut. 9.21, 1 ground the calf s., even as s. as dust. 32. 2, doctrine distil as s. rain. 2 Sam. 7.19; 1 Chron. 17.17, yet a s. thing in thy sight. 1 Kings 2. 20, one s. petition of thee. 2 Kings 19. 26, inhabitants of s. power. Job 8. 7, thy beginning was s. 15.11,  are consolations of God s. 36.27. he maketh s. the drops of water. Ps. 119.141, I am s. Prov. 24.10, thy strength is s. Isa. 7.13, is it a s. thing to weary men. 16.14,  remnant very s. and feeble. 40.15,  nations as the s. dust. 54. 7, for a s. moment. 60. 22, a s. one shall become.

Jer. 49.15, I will make thee s. among heathen.

Dan. 11. 23, strong with a s. people.

Amos 7. 2, shall Jacob arise? for he is s.

Zech. 4.10, the day of s. things.

Mk. 8.7 ; John 6. 9, a few .«. fishes.

Acts 12.18 ; 19.23, no s. stir. 15. 2, had no s. dissension.

Jas. 3.4, turned with very s. helm.

See Jer. 44. 28; Ezek. 34.18; 1 Cor. 6. 2.

SMART. Prov. 11.15, shall s. for it.

SMELL. Gen. 27. 27, as s. of field the Lord hath blessed.

Deut. 4. 28, sods that neither see nor s.

Job 39. 25, he s. the battle.

Ps. 45. S, thy garments s. of myrrh. 115. 6, noses have they, but they s. not.

Isa. 3. 24, instead of sweet s.

Dan. 3. 27, nor the s. of fire. 1 Cor. 12.17, hearing, where were the s. ?

Eph. 5.2, sacrifice for sweet-s. savour.

Phil. 4.18, an odour of a sweet s.

See Cant. 1.12 ; 2.13 ; 4.10 ; 7. 8 ; Amos 5. 21.

SMITE. Ex. 2.13, wherefore s. thou. 21.12,  he that s. a man. 1 Sam 26. 8, I will not s. second time. 2 Kings 6.18, s. this people with blindness. 21, shall 1 s. them.

Ps. 121. 6, the sim shall not s. thee by day. 141. 5, let the righteous s. me. Prov. 19.25, s. a scorner. Isa. 10.24, he shall s. thee with a rod. 49,10, neither shall heat s. thee. 50.6, gave my back to the s. 58. 4, to s. with the fist of wickedness. Jer. 18.18, let us s. him with the tongue. Lam. 3. 30, giveth his cheek to him that s. Ezek. 7. 9, know that I am the Lord that s. 21.14, prophesy and s. thine hands together. Nan. 2.10, the knees s. together. Zech. 13.7, awake, O sword, and s. the shepherd. Mai. 4.6, lest I s. the earth with a curse. Mat. 5.39, s. thee on the right cheek. 318

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Mat. 24.49, shall begin to s. his fellow-servants.

Lu. 22.49, shall we s. with sword.

John 18. 23, why s. thou me?

See Lu. 6.29; Acts 23.2 ; 2 Cor. 11. 20; Rev. 11. 6.

SMITH. 1 Sam. 13.19; Isa. 44.12; Jer. 24.1.

SMITTEN. Num. 22.28, that thou hast s.

Deut. 28.25, cause thee to be s. 1 Sam 4. 3, wherefore hath the Lord s> us. 2 Kings 13.19, thou shouldest have s. five or six times.

Ps. 3. 7, thou hast s. all mine enemies. 102.4, my heart is s. Isa. 24.12, the gate is s. with destruction. 53.4,  s. of God.

Jer. 2.30, in vain have I s. your children. Hos. 6.1, he hath s. and he will bind. Amos 4. 9, I have s. you. See Job 16.10 ; Ezek. 22.13; Acts 23. 3.

SMOKE. Gen. 19.28, as the s. of a furnace. Deut. 29.20, the anger of the Lord shall s. Ps. 37.20, wicked consume into s. 68.2, as s. is driven away. 74.1, why doth thy anger s. 102. 3, my days are consumed like s. 104.32 ; 144.5, toucheth hills and they s. 119.83, like a bottle in the s. Prov. 10.26, as s. to the eyes. Isa. 6.4, the house was filled with s. 34.10, the s. thereof shall go up for ever. 51. 6, the heavens shall vanish like s. 65.5,  these are a s. in my nose. Hos. 13.3, as the s. out of a chimney. See Rev. 9.2 ; 14.11; 15. 8 ; 18. 9 ; 19. 3.

SMOKING. Gen. 15.17; Ex. 20.18; Isa. 42. 3; Mat. 12.20.

SMOOTH. Gen. 27.11, I am a s. man. 1 Sam. 17.40; Isa. 57.6, five s. stones.

Isa. 30.10, speak unto us s. things.

Lu. 3. 5, rough ways shall be made s.

See Ps. 55.21; Prov. 5. 3; Isa. 41. 7.

SMOTE. Num. 20.11, Moses s. the rock twice.

Judg. 15.8, Samson s. them hip and thigh. 1 Sam. 24.5, David's heart s. him.

Isa. 60.10, in my wrath I s. thee.

Jer. 31.19, I s. upon my thigh.

Hag. 2.17, I s. you with blasting and mildew.

Mat. 26. 68 ; Lu. 22. 64, who is he that s. thee ?

Lu. 18.13, s. upon his breast.

Acts 12.23, immediately angel s. him.

See 2 Sam. 14.7 ; Dan. 2. 34 ; Mat. 27. 30.

SNARE. Ex. 10.7, this man be a s. unto us.

Deut. 7.25, nor take silver of idols lest s. 12. 30, take heed that thou be not s. by them.

Josh. 23.13, they shall be s. unto you.

Judg. 8.27, thing became a s. to Gideon. 1 Sam 18.21, that she may be a s. 28. 9, wherefore layest a s. for my life. 2 Sam 22.6; Ps. 18."5, s. of death prevented me. Job 18. 8, he walketh on a s. 22.10, s. are round about thee. Ps. 11. 6, upon wicked he shall rain s. 38.12, they lay s. for me. 64. 5, commune of laying s. privily. 69. 22, let their table become a s. 91. 3, deliver thee from s. of fowler. 124. 7, the s. is broken.

Prov. 6. 2; 12.13, s. with words of thy mouth. ! 7. 23, as a bird hasteth to the s. ! 13.14; 14. 27, the s. of death. 18. 7, a fool's lips are the s. of his soul. 22.25, learn his ways and get a s. to thy soul. 29. 8, bring city into s. 25, fear of man bringeth a s. Eccl. 9.12, s. in an evil time. Isa. 24.17 ; Jer. 48. 43, the s. are upon thee. Lam. 3.47, fear and a s. is come upon us. Ezek. 12.13, he shall be taken in my s. Hos. 9. 8, the prophet is a s. Amos 3. 5, can a bird fall in a s. ? Lu. 21.35, as a $. shall it come. 1 Tim. 3. 7, lest he fall into the s. 6. 9, they that will be rich fall into a s. 2 Tim. 2.26, recover out of the s. of the devil. See Ex. 23. 33; Deut. 7.16; Judg. 2. 3 ; Eccl. 7. 26.

SNATCH. Isa. 9. 20, shall s. and be hungry.

SNOW. Ex. 4. 6; Num. 12.10; 2 Kings 5.27, leprous

as s. 2 Sam. 23.20, slew lion in time of s. Job 6.16, wherein the s. is hid. 9. 30, wash myself in s. water. 24.19, drought and heat consume s. wraters. 37. 6, saith to s., be thou on the earth. 38.22, the treasures of the s. Ps. 51. 7, I shall be whiter than s. 147.16, he giveth s. Jike wool. Prov. 25.13, cold of s. in harvest. 26.1, as s. in summer. 31.21, she is not afraid of the s. Isa. 1.18, your sins shall be white as s. 55.10, as the s. from heaven returneth not. Jer. 18.14, will a man leave the s. Lam. 4. 7, Nazarites purer than s. Dan. 7. 9; Mat. 28. 3; Mk. 9. 3, garment white

as s.

See Ps. 68.14 ; 148. 8 ; Rev. 1.14.

SNUFFED. Jer. 14. 6 ; Mai. 1.13.

SOAKED. Isa. 34. 7, land s. with blood.

SOAP. Jer. 2. 22; Mai. 3.2.

SOBER. 2 Cor. 5.13, s. for your cause. 1 Thess. 5. 6, let us watch and be s. 1 Tim. 3. 2; Tit. 1. 8, a bishop must be s. Tit. 2.2, aged men be s. 4, teach young women to be s. 1 Pet 4. 7, be ye therefore s. and watch. See Acts 26. 25 ; Rom. 12. 3 ; Tit. 2. 6.

SODDEN. Ex. 12. 9 ; 1 Sam. 2.15; Lam. 4.10.

SOFT. Job 23.16, God maketh my heart s. 41.3,  will he speak s. words.

Ps. 65.10, thou makest it s. with shOAvers. Prov. 15.1, a s. answer turrietli away wrath. 25.15, a s. tongue breaketh the bone. See Ps. 55.21; Mat, 11. 8; Lu. 7. 25.

SOFTLY. Gen. 33.14; Judg. 4. 21; 1 Kings 23. 27:

Isa. 38.15.

SOIL. Ezek. 17. 8, planted in a good s. SOJOURN. Gen. 19. 9, this fellow caine in to s. 26. 3, s. in this land and I will be with thee. 47. 4, to s. in the land are we come. Deut. 26. 5, s. with a few and became a nation. Judg. 17. 9, I go to s. where I may find place. 2 Kings 8.1, s. wheresoever thou canst s. Ps. 120.5, woe is me that I s.

Isa. 23. 7, feet carry her afar off to s.

Jer. 42. 22, die in place ye desire to s.

Lam. 4.15, they shall no more s. there.

Heb. 11. 9, by faith he s. in land of promise. 1 Pet. 1.17, pass time of your s. here in fear.

SOJOURNER. Gen. 23. 4; Ps. 39.12.

SOLD. Gen. 31.15, our father hath s. us. 45.4, whom ye s. into Egypt.

Lev. 25.23, the land shall not be s. for ever. 42, shall not be s. as bondsmen. 27.28, no devoted thing shall be s. Deu 15.12, if thy brother be s. unto thee. 32. 30, except their Rock had s. them. 1 Kings 21. 20, thou hast s. thyself to work evil. Neh. 5. 8, or shall they be s. unto us. Esth. 7.4, for we are s. to be slain. Isa. 50.1, have ye s. yourselves. 52.3, ye have s. yourselves for nought. Lam. 5.4, our wood is s. unto us. Joel 3. 3, they have s. a girl for wine. Amos 2. 6, they s. the righteous for silver. Mat. 10.29, two sparrows s. for a farthing. 13. 46, went and s. all that he had. 18.25, his lord commanded him to be s. 21.12 ; Mk. 11.15, cast out them that s. 26. 9 ; Mk. 14. 5, might have been s. for much. Lu. 17.28, they bought, they s., they planted.

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Acts 2. 45, and s. their possessions. Rom. 7.14, s. under sin. 1 Cor 10.25, whatsover is s. in shambles.

See Lu. 19. 45; John 12. 5 ; Acts 5.1; Heb. 12.16.

SOLDIER. Ezra 8.22, ashamed to require s. Mat. 8. 9; Lu. 7. 8, having s. under me. Lu. 3.14, s. demanded, what shall we do ? Acts 10. 7, a devout s. 2 Tim. 2.3, as a good s. of Jesus Christ. See 2 Chron. 25.13 ; Isa, 15. 4 ; Acts 27. 31.

SOLE. Gen. 8. 9, dove found no rest for s. 2 Sam. 14. 25 ; Isa. 1. 6, from s. of foot to crown. See Deut. 28. 35, 56, 65; Josh. 1. 3 ; Job 2. 7.

SOLEMN. Ps. 92. 3, sing praise with a s. sound.

See Num. 10.10 ; Isa. L13; Lam. 2. 22 ; Hos. 9. 5.

SOLEMNITY. Tsa. 30.29, when a holy s. is kept. See Deut. 31.10; Isa. 33. 20; Ezek. 45.17 ; 46.11.

SOLEMNLY. Gen. 43. 3; 1 Sam. 8. 9.

SOLITARY. Ps. 68. 6, setteth s. in families. 107. 4, wandered in a s. way. Isa. 35.1, the wilderness and s. place shall be glad. See Job 3. 7 ; 30. 3; Lam. 1.1; Mic. 7.14; Mk. 1. 35.

SOME. Gen. 37. 20, s. evil beast. Ex. 16.17, gathered s. more, s. less. 1 Kings 14.13, found s. good thing. Ps. 20. 7, s. trust in chariots. 69. 20, I looked for s. to take pity. Dan. 12.2, s. to life and s. to shame. Mat. 16.14; Mk.8.28; Lu. 9.19, s. say thou art

John the Baptist. 28.17, s. doubted.

John 6. 64, s. of you that believe not. Acts 19.32 ; 21.34, s. cried one thing, s. another. Rom. 3. 3, what if s. did not believe. 5. 7, s. would even dare to die. 1 Cor. 6.11, such were s. of you. 15.34, s. have not knowledge. Eph. 4.11, s. prophets, s. evangelists. 1 Tim. 5.24, s. men's sins are open. Heb. 10. 25, as the manner of s. is. 2 Pet 3. 9, a s. men count slackness. See 1 Tim. 1.19 ; 2 Tim. 2.18; Jude 22.

SOMEBODY. Lu. 8. 46 ; Acts 5. 36.

SOMETIMES. Eph. 2.13, s. far off. 5.8, ye were s. darkness. Col. 1. 21, s. alienated. See Col. 3. 7 ; Tit. 3. 3 ; 1 Pet. 3.20.

SOMEWHAT. 1 Kings 2.14; Gal. 2. 6 ; Rev. 2.4.

SON. Gen. 6.2; Job 1.6; 2.1; 38.7; John 1.12 ;

Phil. 2.15; 1 John 3.1, s. of God. Job 14. 21, his s. come to honour. Ps. 2.12, kiss the S., lest he be angry. 86.16, save s. of thine handmaid. 116.16, I am the s. of thine handmaid. Prov. 10.1; 13.1; 15.20; 17.2; 19.26, a wise s. 17.25; 19.13, a foolish s. 31. 2, s. of my womb, s. of my vows. Isa. 9. 6, unto us a s. is given. 14.12, s. of the morning. Jer. 35. 5, s. of the Rechabites. Ezek. 20. 31; 23. 37, s. pass through fire. Hos. 1.10, the s. of the living God. Mai. 3.17, as a man spareth his s. Mat. 11.27, no man knoweth the s 13.55 ; Mk. 6.3 ; Lu. 4.22, the carpenter's s. 17. 5, this is my beloved S. 22. 42, Christ, whose s. is he ? Lu. 7.12, only s. of his mother. 10. 6, if the s. of peace. 19.9, he also is a s. of Abraham. John 1.18; 3.18, only begotten S. 5.21; the S. quickeneth whom he will. 8. 35, the S. abideth ever. 36, if the S. make you free. 17.12 ; 2 Thess. 2. 3, the s. of perdition. Acts 4. 36, s. of consolation. Rom. 1. 9, serve in the gospel of his S. 8.3, God sending his own S. 29, conformed to the image of his S.

Rom. 8. 32, spared not his own S. 1 Cor. 4.14, as my beloved s. I warn you.

Gal. 4. 5, the adoption of s. 7, if a s., then an heir. Col. 1.13, the kingdom of his dear S, Heb. 2.10, bringing many s. to glory. 5.8, though a ,§., yet learned he obedience. 11. 24, refused to be called s. 12. 6, scourgeth every s. 1 John 2.22, antichrist denieth the S. 5.12, he that hath the S. hath life.

See I John 1. 7 ; 4. 9 ; 5.10,11; Rev. 21. 7.

SONGS. Job 30. 9, now am I their s. 35.10 ; Ps. 77. 6, who giveth s. in the night. Ps. 32. 7, with s. of deliverance. 33.3; Isa. 42.10, sing unto him a new s. 40.3, he hath put a new s. in my mouth. 69.12, 1 was the s. of drunkards. 119. 54, my s. in house of my pilgrimage. 137. 4, the Lord's s. in a strange land. Prov. 25.20, that singeth s. to heavy heart. Isa. 23.16, sing many s. 35.10, the ransomed shall come with s. Ezek. 33. 32, as a very lovely s. Amos 8. 3, s. of the temple. Eph. 5.19 ; Col. 3.16, in psalms and spiritual s. See Cant. 1.1; Rev. 5. 9 ; 14. 3; 15. 3.

SOON. Ex. 2.18, how is it ye are come so s. Job 32. 22, my Maker would s. take me away. Ps. 37.2, shall s. be cut down. 58. 3, go astray as s. as born. 68. 3l, Ethiopia shall s. stretch out hands. 90,10, it is s, cut off. 106.13, they s. forgat his works. Prov. 14.17, he that is s. angry. See Mat. 21. 20; Gal. 1.6; 2 Thess. 2.2 ; Tit. 1. 7.

SORE. 2 Chron. 6.29 ; Isa. 1.6 ; Lu. 16. 20.

SORROW. Gen. 3.16, multiply thy s. 42. 28, with s. to the grave. Job 6.10, I wTquki harden myself in s. 21.17, God distributeth s. in his anger. 41. 22, s. is turned into joy. Ps. 13. 2, having s. in my heart daily. 90.10, their strength is but labour and s. 116.3, I found trouble and s. 127. 2, to eat the bread of s. Prov. l0.22, maketh rich, addetli no s. 23. 29, who hath s. Eccl. 2. 23, all his days are s. 7.3, s. is better than laughter. 11.10, remove s. from thy heart. Isa. 17.11, day of desperate s. 35.10; 51.11, s. and sighing flee away, 53. 3, a man of s. Jer. 30.15, thy s. is incurable. 49.23, there is s. on the sea. Lam. 1.12, any s. like unto my s. Mat. 24. 8; Mk. 13. 8, beginning of s. Lu. 22. 45, sleeping for s. John 16. 6, s. hath filled your heart. 2 Cor 2. 7, with overmuch s. 7.10, godly s. worketh repentance. 1 Thess. 4.13, s. not as others. 1 Tim. 6.10, pierced wTith many s.

See Prov. 15.13 ; Hos. 8.10; Rev. 21.4.

SORROWFUL. 1 Sam. 1.15, woman of a s. spirit.

Ps. 69.29, I am poor and s.

Prov. 14.13, even in laughter the heart is s.

Jer. 31.25, replenished every s. soul.

Zeph. 3.18, I will gather them that are s.

Mat. 19. 22 ; Lu. 18. 23, went away s. 26.37. he began to be s. 38; Mk. 14.34, my soul is exceeding s.

John 16. 20, ye shall be s.

See Job 6. 7 ; 2 Cor. 6.10 ; Phil. 2.25.

SORRY. Ps. 38.18, I will be s. for my sin.

Isa. 51.19, who shall be s. for thee ?

See 1 Sam. 22. 8; Neh. 8.10 ; Mat. 14.9.

SORT. Gen. 6.19, two of every s. 1 Chron. 29.14, to offer after this s.

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Dan. 3.29, deliver after this s.

Acts 17. 5, fellows of the baser s. 2 Cor. 7.11; 3 John 6, after a godly s.

2 Tim. 3.6, of this s. are they.

See Deut, 22.11; Eccl. 2. 8; Ezek. 27. 24; 38. 4.

SOTTISH. Jer. 4.22, they are s. children.

SOUGHT. Gen. 43.30, he s. where to weep. Ex. 4.24, the Lord s. to kill him. 1 Sam. 13.14, the Lord hath s. him a man. 1 Chron 15.13, we s. him not after due order. 2 Chron 15.4, when they s. him he wxas found. 15,  they s. him with their whole desire. . ■ 16.12, in his disease he s. not the Lord. 26. 5, as long as he s. the Lord.

Ps. 34.4; 77.2, I s. the Lord and he heard me. 111. 2, s. out of all that have pleasure. Eccl. 7.29, 8. out many inventions. 12.10, preacher s. to find acceptable words. Isa. 62.12, shalt be called, S. out. 65.1, s. of them that asked not. Jer. 10.21, pastors have not s. the Lord. Lam. 1.19, they s. meat to relieve their souls. Ezek. 22. 30, I s. for a man among them. 34. 4, neither have ye s. that which was lost. Lu. 11.16, s. of him a sign. 13.6, he s. fruit thereon. 19.3, s. to see Jesus. Rom. 9. 32, s. it not by faith. Heb. 12.17, though he s. carefully with tears. See Cant. 3.1; Lu. 2.44; 1 Thess. 2. 6.

SOUL. Gen. 2. 7, a living s. Ex. 30.12, a ransom for his s. Deut. 11.13, serve him with all your s. 13. 6, thy friend, which is as thine own s. 30. 2; Mat. 22. 37, obey with all thy s. Judg. 10.16, his s. was grieved. 1 Sam. 18.1; 20.17, loved him as his own s. 1 Kings 8.48, return with all their s. 1 Chron. 22.19, set your s. to seek the Lord, Job 3.20, life unto the bitter in s. 12.10, in wThose hand is the s. 16. 4, if your s. were in my s. stead. 23.13,  what his s. desireth, that he doeth. 31. 30, wishing a curse to his s. 33.22, his s. draweth near to the grave. Ps. 33.19, to deliver their s. from death. 34.22, redeemeth the s. of his servants. 49.8, the redemption of their s. is precious. 62.1, my s. waiteth upon God. 63.1, my s. thirsteth for thee. 74.19, the s. of thy turtledove. 103.1; 104.1, bless the Lord, O my s. 116.7, return to thy rest, O my s. 8, thou hast delivered my s.from death. 119.175, let my s. live. 142.4, no man cared for my s. Prov. 11.25, the liberal s. shall be made fat. 19. 2, s. without knowledge. 25.25, cold waters to thirsty s. Isa. 55.3, hear, and your s. shall live. 58.10, if thou wilt satisfy the afflicted s. Jer. 20.13, hath delivered the s. of the poor. 31.12, their s. shall be as a watered garden. Ezek. 18.4, all s. are mine. 22.25, they have devoured s. Hab. 2.10, thou hast sinned against thy s. Mat. 10.28, to destroy both s. and body. 16.26; Mk. 8.36, lose his own s. 26. 38; Mk. 14. 34, my s. is exceeding sorrowful.

Lu.21.19, in your patience possess ye your s. Acts 4.32, of one heart and s. Bom. 13.1, let every s. be subject. 1 Thess. 5.23, that your s. and body be preserved. Heb. 6.19, an anchor of the s. 13.17, they watch for your s. Jas. 5.20, shall save a s. from death. 1 Pet 2.11, which war against the s, 4.19, commit keeping of s. to him. 2 Pet 2.14, beguiling unstable s. 3 John 2, even as thy s. prospereth.

See Prov. 3.22; Ezek. 3.19; Acts 15.24.

SOUND.(n. Lev. 26.36, the s. of a shaken leaf. 1 Kings 18.41, s. of abundance of rain.

Job 15.21, a dreadful s. is in his ears.

Ps. 89.15, that know the joyful s. 92. 3, harp with a solemn s.

Eccl. 12.4, s. of grinding is low.

Jer. 50.22, s. of battle in the land. 51. 54, s. of a cry cometh.

Ezek. 33.5, he heard s. and took not warning.

John 3.8, hearest the s., but canst not tell.

Acts 2.2, suddenly a s. from heaven.

Rom. 10.18, s. wrent into all the earth. 1 Cor. 14.8, an uncertain s.

See 2 Kings 6.32; Rev. 1.15; 9.9; 18. 22.

SOUND.{adj.). Prov. 2. 7 ; 3. 21; 8.14, s. wisdom.

Prov. 1-1.30, a s. heart is life of the flesh. 1 Tim. 1.10; 2 Tim. 4.3; Tit. 1.9; 2.1, s. doctrine. 2 Tim. 1.7, spirit of a s. mind. 13, form of s. words.

See Ps. 119.80; Lu. 15.27 ; Tit. 2.2, 8.

SOUND.(v.). Ex. 19.19, the trumpet s. long. Joel 2.1, s. an alarm in holy mountain. Mat. 6. 2, do not s. a trumpet before thee. 1 Thess. 1. 8, from you s. out word of the Lord. See Neh. 4.18; 1 Cor. 13.1; 15.52; Rev. 8. 7.

SOUR. Isa. 18. 5; Jer. 31. 29; Ezek. 18. 2; Hos. 4. 18.

SOW. Job 4. 8, they that s. wickedness. Ps. 97.11, light is s. for the righteous. 126.5, s. in tears. Prov. 6.16, he that s. discord. Eccl. 11.4, observeth wind shall not s. 6, in morning s. thy seed. Isa. 32.20, that s. beside all waters. Jer. 4. 3, s. not among thorns. 12.13, s. wheat, but shall reap thorns. Hos. 10.12, s. in righteousness, reap in mercy. Nah. 1.14, that no more of thy name be s. Hag. 1.6, ye have s. much and bring in little. Mat. 6.26, they s. not. 13.3; Mk. 4.3; Lu. 8.5, went forth to s. 37, he that s. good seed. John 4.36, both he that s. and he that reapeth. 1 Cor 15.36, that thou s. is not quickened. 2 Cor 9. 6, he which s. sparingly. Gal. 6. 7, whatsoever a man s., that.

See Lev. 26.5; Deut. 11.10; Jer. 2.2; Jas. 3.18.

SOWER. Isa. 55.10; Jer. 50.16; 2 Cor. 9.10.

SPAKE. Ps. 39. 3, then s. I with my tongue. 106. 33, he s. unadvisedly wdth his lips.

Mai. 3.16, s. often one to another.

John 7.46, never man s. like this man. 1 Cor 13.11, I s. as a child.

Heb. 12.25, refused him that s. on earth. 2 Pet 1.21, holy men s. as they were moved. See Gen. 35.15; John 9.29; Heb. 1.1.

SPAN. Isa. 40.12; 48.13; Lam. 2.20.

SPARE. Gen. 18.26, I will s. for their sakes. Neh. 13.22, s. me according to thy mercy. Ps. 39.13, s. me that I may recover strength. Prov. 13. 24, he that s. the rod. 19.18, let not thy soul s. for his crying. Joel 2.17, s. thy people. Mai. 3.17, I will s. them as a man s. Lu. 15.17, bread enough and to s. Rom. 8. 32, s. not his own Son. 11.21, if God s. not the natural branches. 2 Pet. 2.4, if God s. not the ansels. See Prov. 17.27; 21. 26; Isa. 54.2; 58.1.

SPARK. Job 5. 7 ; 18. 5; Isa. 1.31; 50.11.

SPEAK. Gen. 18. 37, to s. to God. Ex. 4.14, 1 know he can s. well. 33.11, spake to Moses as a man s. to friend. Num. 20. 8, s. to the rock. 1 Sam. 25.17, a man cannot s. to him. Job 11. 5, oh that God would s. against thee. 13. 7, will ye s. wickedly for God.

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Job 32.7, days should s. 33.14, God s. once, yea, twice. 37. 20, if a man s. he shall be swallowed up. Ps. 85. 8, I will hear what the Lord will s, Prov. 23.9, s. not in the ears of a fool. Cant. 7.9, causing lips of those asleep to s. Isa. 19.18, shall s. language of Canaan. 63.1, I that s. in righteousness. 65. 24, while they are yet s. I will hear. .Ter. 20.9, I will not s. any more in his name. Hah. 2.3, at the end it shall s. Zech. 8.16; Eph 4.25, s. every man the truth. Mat. 8. 8, s. the word only, and my servant. 10.19 ; Mk. 13.11, how or what ye shall s. 12. 34; Lu. 6. 45, of abundance of heart mouth 8. 36, every idle word that men shall s. Mk. 9. 39, can lightly s. evil of me. Lu. 6.26, when all men s. well of you. John 3.11, we s. that we do know. Acts 4.17, that they s. to no man in this name. 20, we cannot but s. 26. 25, I s. words of truth and soberness. 1 Cor 1.10, that ye ail s. the same thing. 14.28, let him s. to himself and to God. 2 Cor 4.13, we believe and therefore s. Eph. 4.15, s. the truth in love.

Heb. 11.4, he being dead yet s. 12.24, that s. better things than that. Jas. 1.19, slow to s. See 1 Cor. 11.2; 1 Pet. 2.1; 2 Pet. 2.12.

SPEAR. 1 Sam. 13.22, s. with any but Saul. 17. 45, thou comest to me with a s. Ps. 46. 9, he cutteth the s. in sunder. Isa. 2.4; Mic. 4. 3, beat s. into pruning-hooks. See Job 41.29; Jer. 6. 23; Hab. 3.11; John 19.34.

SPECIAL. Deut. 7.6; Acts 19.11.

SPECTACLE. 1 Cor. 4.9, made a s. to the world.

SPEECH. Gen. 11.1, earth was of one s.

Ex. 4.10, I am slow of s.

Num. 12. 8, not in dark s.

Deut. 32. 2, my s. shall distil as dew. 1 Kings 3.10, Solomon's s. pleased the Lord.

Job 6. 26, the s. of one that is desperate. 15.3, or with s. wherewith he can do no good.

Ps. 19.2, day unto day uttereth s. 3, there is ho s. where their voice.

Prov. 17. 7, excellent s. becometh not a fool.

Cant. 4.3, thy s. is comely.

Isa. 33.19, of deeper s. than thou canst perceive.

Mat. 26. 73, thy s. bewrayeth thee. 1 Cor 2.1, not with excellency of s. 4.19, not the s,, but the power. 2 Cor 3.12, we use great plainness of s. 10.10,  his s. is contemptible.

Col. 4.6, let your s. be alway with grace. Tit. 2. 8, sound s. that cannot be condemned. See Ezek. 3. 5; Horn. 16.18; 2 Cor. 11.6.

SPEECHLESS. Mat. 22.12 ; Lu. 1. 22; Acts 9. 7.

SPEED. Gen. 24.12, send me good s. 2 John 10, receive him not, neither bid him

Gods.

See Ezra 6.12 ; Isa. 5.26; Acts 17.15.

SPEEDILY. Ps. 31.2, deliver me s. 69.17 ; 143. 7, hear me s. 79.8, let thy mercies s. prevent us. 102.2, wiien I call, answer me s. Eccl. 8.11, because sentence is not executed s. Isa. 58. 8, thy health shall spring forth s. Zech. 8. 21, let us go s. to pray. Lu. 18.8, he will avenge them s. See 1 Sam. 27.1; Ezra 6.13 ; 7.17 ; Joel 3.4.

SPEND. Job 21.13, they s. their days in wealth. 36.11,  they s. their days in prosperity. Ps. 90.9, wTe s. our years as a tale.

Isa. 55. 2, why s. money for that which is not

bread. 2 Cor. 12.15, very gladly s. and be spent for you. See Prov. 21.20 ; Eccl. 6.12; Lu. 10. 35.

SPENT. Gen. 21.15, water was s. in the bottle.

Job 7. 6, days s. without hope.

Ps. 31.10, my life is s. with grief.

Isa. 49. 4, I have s. my strength for nought.

Acts 17.21, s. their time to tell some new thing.

See Mk. 6. 35 ; Lu. 15.14 ; 24. 29 ; Rom. 13.12.

SPILT. 2 Sam. 14.14, as water «.

SPIN. Ex. 35.25; Mat. 6. 28 ; Lu. 12.27.

SPIRIT. Gen. 6.3, my 8. shall not always strive. Ex. 35.21, every one whom his s. made willing. Num. 11.17, take of the s. that is on thee. 14. 24, he had another s. with him. 16. 22; 27.16, the God of *. of all flesh. 27.18, a man in whom is the s. Josh. 5.1, nor was there any more s. in them. 1 Kings 22. 21; 2 Chron. 18. 20, there came forth a s. 2 Kings 2. 9, let a double portion of thy s. Neh. 9. 20, thou gavest thy good s. to instruct. Job 4.15, a s. passed before my face. 15.13, thou turnest thy s. against God. 26.4, whose s. came from thee. 32. 8, there is a s. in man.

Ps. 31. 5; Lu. 23. 46, into thine hand I commit my s. 32.2, in whose ,s. there is no guile. 51.10,  renew a right s. within me. 78. 8, whose a. was not stedfast. 104.4 ; Heb. 1. 7, maketh his angels 8. 106. 33, they provoked his s. 139.7, whither shall I go from thy s. Prov. 16.2, the Lord weigheth the s. 18, an haughty ■«. goeth before a fall. 19; 29.23; Isa, 57.15, an humble s. 32, he that ruleth his s. better than he. Eccl. 3. 21, who knoweth s. of man, and s. of beasts. 7. 8, the patient in s. better than the proud. 8.8, power over s. to retain s. 11. 5, the way of the s. 12.7, the s. shall return to God. Isa. 4.4 ; 28. 6, s. of judgment. 11. 2 ; Eph. 1.17. the s. of wisdom. 34.16, his s. it hath gathered them. 42.1, I have put my s. upon him. 57.16, the .s. should fail before me. 61.1; Lu. 4.18, S. of the Lord is upon me. Ezek. 3.14 ; 8. 3 ; 11.1, I went in the heat of my s. 11.19; 18.31; 36.26, a new «. Mic. 2.11, man walking in e. and falsehood. Mat. 14. 26 ; Mk. 6.49, it is a s. 26. 41; Mk. 14.38, the s. is willing. Mk. 1.10; John 1.32, the S. descending on him. 8.12, sighed deeply in his s. Lu. 1.17,' go before him in s. of Elias. 2. 27, came by the S. into the temple. 8. 55, her s. came again. 9. 55, ye know not what manner of s. 10. 21, Jesus rejoiced in s. 24. 39, a s. hath not flesh and bones. John 3. 34, God giveth not the S. by measure. 4. 24, God is a S., worship in s. and truth. 6.63, it is the s. that quickeneth. 14.17 ; 15. 26 ; 16.13 ; 1 John 4. 6, S. of truth. Acts 2.4, spake as the S. gave utterance. 6.10, not able to resist the s. 17.16, his s. was stirred within him. 23. 8, say that there is neither angel nor s. Rom. 8.1, walk not after flesh, but after S. 2, the law of the S. of life. 11. the S- of him that raised up Jesus. 16, the S. itself beareth witness. 26, the S. maketh intercession. 12.11,  fervent in s. 1 Cor. 2.4. in demonstration of the S. 10, the S. searcheth all things. 4. 21; Gal. 6.1, in the s. of meekness. 6.17, he that is joined to the Lord is one s. 20, glorify God in body and s. 12.4, diversities of gifts, but the same S. 10, to another discerning of s.

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1 Cor 14.2, in the s. he speaketh mysteries. 15. 45, the last Adara made a quickening s. 2 Cor 3. 6, letter killeth, s. giveth life. 17,  where 8. of the Lord is, there is liberty. Gal. 3. 3, haying begun in the 8. 5.16, walk in the S. 22; Eph. 5. 9, the fruit of the S. 25, if we live in the S., let us walk in the S. 6. 8, soweth to the 8. shall of the S. reap. Eph. 2.2, the s. that worketh in children of disobedience. 18,  access by one S. 22,  habitation of God through the S. 3.16,  strengthened by his 8. in inner man. 4. 3, the unity of the 8. 4, one body and one 8. 23,  renewed in s. of your mind. 30, srrieve not the holy 8. of God. 5.18, be filled with the 8. 6.17,  take sword of the 8. Phil. 1.27, stand fast in one s. 2.1, if any fellowship of the 8. Col. 1. 8, your love in the s. 2.5, absent in flesh, yet with you in s. 1 Thess 5.19, quench not the 8. 2 Thess 2. 13, chosen through sanctification of the S. 1 Tim. 3.16, justified in the 8. 4.1, giving heed to seducing s. 12, be thou an example in s. 2 Tim. 4.22, the Lord Jesus be with thy s. Heb. 1.14, ministering s. 4.12, dividing asunder of soul and s. 9.14, who through the eternal 8. 12. 9, in subjection to the Father of s. 23, to s. of just men made perfect. J.-is. 2. 26, the body without the s. is dead. 4. 5, the s. lusteth to envy. 1 Pet. 1. 2, through sanctification of the S. 3.4, ornament of a meek and quiet s. 18,  but quickened by the 8. 19,  preached to s. in prison. 4. 6, live according to God in the s, 1 John 3.24, by the 8. he hath given us. 4.1, believe not every s., but try the s. 2,  hereby know ye the 8. of God. 3,  every s. that confesseth not. 5. 6, it is the 8. that beareth witness. 8, the s., the water, and the blood.

Jude 19, sensual, having not the S. Rev. 1. lO, I was in the 8. on the Lord's day. 2. 7,11,17, 29; 3. 6, 13, 22, hear what 8. saith. 4, 2, I wTas in the s., and behold. 11.11, 8. of life from God entered. 14.13, blessed are the dead, yea, saith the S. 22.17, the S. and the bride say, Come. 8ee Mat, 8.16; John 3.5 ; Acts 7. 59 ; Rom. 7. 6.

SPIRITUAL. Hos. 9.7, the s. man is mad. Piom. 1.11, impart some s. gift. 7.14, the law is s. 15.27, partakers of their s. things. 1 Cor. 2.13, comparing s. things with s. 15, he that is s. judgeth all things. 3.1, not speak unto you as unto s. 10. 3, all eat the same s. meat. 12.1; 14.1, concerning s. gifts. 15.44, raised a s. body. 46, that was not first which is s. Gal. .6.1, ye which are s. restore. Eph. 5.19, psalms and hymns, and s. songs. 6.12, .9. wickedness in h'gh places. 1 Pet. 2. 5, a s. house to offer s. sacrifice. See 1 Cor. 9.11; Col. 1. 9; 3.16.

SPIRITUALLY. Rom. 8. 6; 1 Cor. 2.14; Rev. 11. 8 SPITE. Ps. 10.14, thou beholdest mischief and s. SPOIL.{ti.). Judg. 5.30, necks of them that take s 1 Sam 14. 32, people flew upon the s. 2 Chron 15.11, offered to the Lord of the s. 20. 25, three days gathering the s. 28.15, with the s. they clothed the naked.

Esth. 3.13; 8.11, take the s. of them for a prey. 9.10, on the s. laid they not their hand. Job 29.17, 1 plucked the s. out of his teeth. Ps. 119.16°, rejoice as one that findeth s. Prov. 16.19, than to divide s. with proud. 31.11,  he shall have no need of s.

Isa. 3.14, the s. of the poor is in your houses. 4:'. 24, who gave Jacob for a s. 53.12,  divide the s. with the stroncr.

8ee Ezek. 7.21; 38.13 ; Nah. 2. 9 ; Zech. 14.1.

SPOIL.(v.). Ex. 3. 22, ye shall s. Egyptians.

Ps. 76. 5, the stouthearted are s.

Cant, 2.15, the little foxes that s. the vines.

Isa. 33.1, woe to thee that s. and thou wast not s. 42. 22, this is a people robbed and s.

Jer. 4.20, when s. what wilt thou do.

Hab. 2. 8, thou hast s. many nations.

Zech. 11. 2, howl because the mighty are s.

Col. 2.15, having s. principalities.

See Ps. 35.10; Isa. 22. 4; Col. 2. 8; Heb. 10. 34.

SPOKEN. Num. 23.19, hath he s., and shall he not make it good ? 1 Sam. 1.16, out of my grief have I s. 1 Kings 18.24, the people said, it is well s.

Kings 4.13, wouldest thou be s. for to the king. Ps. 62.11, God hath s. once. 66.14, my mouth hath s. when in trouble. 87. 3, glorious things are s. of thee. Prov. 15. 23, word s. in due season. 25.11, word fitly s. is like. Eccl. 7.21, no heed to all words s. Isa. 48.15, I, even I, have s. Mai. 3.13, what have we s. so much against. Mk. 14. 9, shall be s. of for a memorial. Lu. 2. 31, for a sign s. against. Acts 19. 36, these things cannot be s. against. Rom. 1. 8, your faith is s. of. 14.16, let not your good be evil s. of. Heb. 2. 2, word s. by angels. See Heb. 13. 7 ; 1 Pet. 4.14 ; 2 Pet. 3.2.

SPOKESMAN. Ex. 4.16, he shall be thy g. SPORT. Gen. 26. 8; Isa. 57. 4 ; 2 Pet. 2.13.

SPOT. Num. 28. 3; 9.11; 29.17, lambs without s. Deut. 32.5, their s. is not 8. of his children. Job 11.15, lift up thy face without s. Jer. 13.23, or the leopard his s. Eph. 5. 27, glorious church, not having s. 1 Tim. 6.14, commandment without s. Heb. 9.14. offered himself withouts. 1 Pet, 1.19, lamb without blemish or s.

Pet. 3.14, that ye may be found without s. Jude 12, these are s. in your feasts.

See Cant. 4. 7 ; 2 Pet. 2.13; Jude 23.

SPOUSE. Cant. 4. 8 ; 5.1; Hos. 4.13.

SPRANG. Mk. 4.8; Acts 16.29; Heb. 7.14; 11.12.

SPREAD. Deut. 32.11, eagle s. abroad her win°rs. 2 Kings 19. 14; Isa. 37. 14, s. letter before the

Lord.

Job 9. 8. God who alone s. out the heavens. 26. 9, he s. his cloud upon it. 29.19, my root was s. out by waters. 36. 30, he s. his light upon it. 37.18, hast thou with him s. out the sky. Ps. 105. 39, he s. a cloud for a covering. 140. 5, they have s. a net by the wayside. Isa. 1.15, when ye s. forth your hands I w7ill hide. 33. 23, they could not s. the sail. 65. 2, s. out hands to a rebellious people. Jer. 8. 2, they shall s. them before the sun. Ezek. 26.14, a place to s. nets upon. Mat. 21. 8; Mk. 11. 8; Lu. 19. 36, s. garments. Acts 4.17, but that it s. no further. See Judg. 8. 25; 1 Kings 8. 54 ; Ezra 9. 5.

SPRIGS. Isa. 18. 5; Ezek. 17. 6.

SPRING. Num. 21.17, s. up, O well. 1 Sam. 9. 26, about s. of the day. Job 5. 6, neither doth trouble s. out of the ground. 38.16, hast thou entered into the s. of the sea?

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Ps. 87.7, all my s. are in thee. 104.10, he sendeth the s. into valleys. 107. 33, he turneth water-s. into dry ground. 35, turneth dry ground into water-s. Prov. 25.26, a troubled fountain and a corrupt s. Isa. 42. 9, before they s. forth I tell you. 43.19, a new thing, now it shall s. forth. 45.8, let righteousness s. up together. 58. 8, thine health shall s. forth. 11, shall be like s. of water. Mk. 4.27, seed should s. he knoweth not. See Joel 2. 22; John 4.14 ; Heb. 12.15.

SPRINKLE. Job 2.12 ; Isa. 52.15; Ezek. 36.25.

SPROUT. Job 14. 7, a tree will s. again.

SPUNGE. Mat. 27. 48 ; Mk. 15. 36 ; John 19. 29.

SPY. Num. 13.16; Josh. 2.1; Gal. 2. 4.

STABILITY. Isa. 33. 6, the s. of thy times.

STABLE. 1 Chron. 16. 30; Ezek. 25. 5.

STAFF. Gen. 32.10, with my s. I passed over. Ex. 12.11, eat it with s. in hand. Num. 13. 23, bare grapes between two on a s. Judg. 6. 21, angel put forth end of his s. 2 Sam. 3. 29, not fail one that leaneth on s. 2 Kings 4. 29, lay my s. on face of the child. 18.21; Is. 36. 6, thou trustest on s. Ps. 23.4, thy rod and s. comfort me. Isa. 3.1, the stay and s. of bread. 9. 4, thou hast broken the s. of his shoulder. 10. 5, the s. in their hand is indignation. 15, as if the s. should lift up itself. 14. 5, the Lord hath broken s. of the wicked.

Jer. 48.17, how is the strong s. broken.

Zech. 11.10, took my s., even Beauty.

Mk. 6. 8, take nothing, save s. only.

Heb. 11. 21, leaning on the top of his s.

See Ex. 21. 19 ; Num. 22. 27 ; Isa. 28. 27.

STAGGER. Job 12.25; Ps. 107.27, s. like a drunken man.

Isa. 29. 9, they s., but not with strong drink.

See Isa. 19.14; Rom. 4.20.

STAIN. Job 3. 5; Isa. 23. 9 ; 63. 3.

STAIRS. 1 Kings 6. 8 ; Neh. 9.4 ; Cant. 2.14.

STAKES. Isa. 33.20; 54.2.

STALK. Gen. 41. 5; Josh. 2. 6 ; Ho"s. 8. 7.

STALL. Prov. 15.17 ; Hab. 3.17 ; Mai. 4. 2.

STAMMERING. Isa. 28.11; 32.4 ; 33.19.

STAMP. Deut. 9. 21; 2 Sam. 22. 43; Jer. 47. 3.

STAND. Ex. 14.13; 2 Chron. 20.17, s. still and see.

Deut. 29.10, ye s. this day all of you before. 1 Sam. 9. 27, s. thou still a while that I may. 1 Kings 8. 11; 2 Chron. 5.14, priests could not s. to minister. 17.1; 18.15; 2 Kings 3.14; 5.16, the Lord before whom I s. 2 Kings 10. 4, two stood not, how shall we s. 2 Chron. 34. 32, caused all present to s. to it. Esth. 8.11, to s. for their life.

Job 8.15, lean on his house it shall not s. 19.25, he shall s. at the latter day. Ps. 1.1, nor s. in the way of sinners. 5, the ungodly shall not s. in judgment. 4.4, s. in awe, and sin not. 10.1, why s. thou afar off. 24.3,  who shall s. in his holy place. 33.11, the counsel of the Lord s. for ever. 35. 2, s. up for my help. 76. 7, who may s. in thy sight. 94.18, who will s. up for me. 109.31, shall s. at right hand of the poor. 122.2, our feet shall s. within thy gates. 130. 3, if Lord mark iniquities, who shall s. ? 147.17, who can s. before his cold ? Prov. 22.29, shall s. before kings. 27.4,  who is able to s. before envy? Eccl. 8. 3, s. not in an evil thing.

Isa. 7.7; 8.10, thus saith the Lord, it shall not s. 21. 8, I s. continually on watchtower. 28.18, your agreement with hell shall not s.

Isa. 40.8, the word of God shall s. for ever. 65.5, say, s. by thyself, I am holier. Jer. 6.16, s. ye in the ways, ask for old paths. 35.19, not want a man to s. before me. Dan. 11.16, he shall s. in the glorious land. 12.13, and shall s. in thy lot. Mic. 5. 4, he shall s. and feed in strength. Nah. 2. 8, s., s., shall they cry. Zech. 3.1, Satan s. at his right hand. Mai. 3.2, who shall s. when"he appeareth ? Mat. 12. 25 ; Mk. 3. 24, 25 ; Lu. 11. 18, house divided shall not s. 16. 28; Lu. 8. 27, there be some s. here. 20. 3, others s. idle in the marketplace. Rom. 5.2, this grace wherein we s. 14. 4, God is able to make him s. 1 Cor. 2. 5, faith should not s. in wisdom. 16.13,  s. fast in the faith. Gal. 4. 20, I s. in doubt of you. 5.1, s. fast in the liberty. Eph. 6.13, having done all, to s. Phil. 1.27, s. fast in one spirit. 4.1; 1 Thess. 3. 8, s. fast in the Lord. 1 Thess 3. 8, we live if ye s. fast. 2 Tim. 2.19, the foundation of God s. sure. Jas. 5. 9, the judge s. before the door. Rev. 3.20, I s. at the door and knock. 6.17, is come, and who shall be able to s. 20.12, dead, small and great, s. before God. See Rom. 14. 4; 1 Cor. 10.12; Rev. 15.2.

STANDARD. Isa. 10.18, as when s.-bearer fainteth. 49. 22, I will set up my s. to the people. 59.19, Spirit of the Lord shall lift up s. 62.10,  go through, lift up a s. Jer. 4. 6 ; 50.2 ; 51.12, set up a s. See Num. 1. 52 ; 2. 3 ; 10.14.

STATE. Ps. 39. 5; Mat. 12.45 ; Lu. 11.26.

STATURE. Num. 13. 32, men of great s, 1 Sam 16. 7, look not on height of his s. Isa. 10. 33, high ones of s. hewn down. 45.14,  men of s. shall come. Mat. 6. 27 ; Lu. 12.25, not add to s. Lu. 2.52, Jesus increased in s. 19. 3, little of s.

Eph. 4.13, s. of the fulness of Christ. See 2 Sam. 21. 20 ; Cant. 7. 7 ; Ezek. 17. 6; 31.3.

STATUTE. Ex. 18.16, the s. of God. Lev. 3.17 ; 16. 34; 24.9, a perpetual s. 2 Kings 17. 8, s. of the heathen. Neh. 9.14, s. and laws.

Ps. 19. 8, the s. of the Lord are right. 50.16, to declare my s. Ezek. 5.6, hath changed my s. 20.25, s. that were not good. 33.15,  walk in the s. of life.

Zech. 1.6, my s., did they not take hold. See Ps. 18. 22; 105, 45; 119.12, etc.; Ezek. 18.19.

STAVES. Num. 21.18, nobles digged with s. 1 Sam 17. 43, a dog that thou comest with s. Hab. 3.14, strike through with his s. Zech. 11.7, took unto me two s.

Mat. 10.10; Lu. 9. 3, nor two coats nor s.

See Mat. 26.47 ; Mk. 14.43; Lu. 22.52.

STAY.(w.). 2 Sam. 22.19; Ps. 18. 18, the Lord was my s.

Isa. 3.1, take away the s. and staff.

See Lev. 13. 5; 1 Kings 10.19; Isa. 19.13.

STAY.(«.). Gen. 19.17, neither s. in plain.1

Ex. 9.28, ye shall s. no longer.

Num. 16. 48; 25. 8; 2 Sam. 24. 35; 1 Chron. 21.22; Ps. 106. 30, the plague was s. 2 Sam 24.16; 1 Chron. 21.15, s. now thine hand. Job 37.4, he will not s. them. 38.11,  here shall thy proud waves be s. 37, who can s. the bottles of heaven.

Prov. 28.17, let no man s. him. Isa. 26. 3, whose mind is s. on thee. 27.8,  he s. his rough wind. 29.9,  s. yourselves and wonder. 30.12,  ye trust and s. in oppression.

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Isa. 50.10, trust in Lord and s. on his God. Dan. 4.35, none can s. his hand. Hag. 1.10, heaven is s., earth is s. See Josh. 10.13; 1 Sam. 24. 7; Jer. 4. 6; 20.9.

STEAD. Ex. 4.16> be to him in s. of God. Num. 10.31, be to us in s. of eyes. 32.14, risen in your fathers' s. Job 16.4, if your soul were in my soul's s. 31.40, thistles grow in s. of wheat. 34.24, he shall set others in their s. Ps. 45.16, in s. of fathers shall be children. Prov. 11. 8, the wicked cometh in his s. Isa. 3.24, in s. of girdle a rent. 55.13, in s. of the thorn shall come up. 2 Cor. 5.20, we pray you in Christ's s. See Gen. 30. 2; 2 Kings 17. 24 ; 1 Chron. 5. 22.

STEADY. Ex. 17.12, Moses' hands were s. STEAL. Gen. 31.27, wherefore didst thou s. away. 44.8, how then should we s. silver or gold. Prov. 6. 30, if he s. to satisfy his soul. 30. 9, lest I be poor and s.

Jer. 23.30, prophets that s. my words.

Mat. 6.19, thieves break through and s.

John 10.10, thief cometh not but to s.

See Hos. 4. 2; Mat. 27. 64; Rom. 2.21.

STEALTH. 2 Sam. 19. 3, by s. into city.

STEDFAST. Ps. 78.8, not s. with God.

Dan. 6.26, living God and s. for ever.

Heb. 2. 2, word spoken by angels was s. 3.14, hold our confidence s. to end. 6.19, hope as anchor sure and s. 1 Pet 5. 9, resist s. in the faith.

See Acts 2. 42 ; Col. 2. 5 ; 2 Pet. 3.17.

STEEL. 2 Sam. 22.35 ; Job 20. 24 ; Jer. 15.12.

STEEP. Ezek. 38.20; Mic. 1. 4; Mat. 8.32.

STEP. 1 Sam. 20.3, but a s. between me and death. Job 14.16, thou numberest my s. 23.11, my foot hath held his s. 29. 6, I washed my .s. with butter. 31.4, doth not he count my s. ? 7, if my s. hath turned out of the way. Ps. 37. 23, the *. of a good man are ordered. 31,  none of his s. shall slide. 44.18, nor have our s. declined. 56.6, they mark my s. 73.2, my s. had we'll nigh slipped. 85.13, set us in the way of his s. 119.133, order my s. in thy word. Prov. 4.12, thy s. shall not be straitened. 5.5, her s. take hold on hell. 16. 9, the Lord directeth his s. Isa. 26.6, the s. of the needy shall tread. Jer. 10.23, not in man to direct his s. Rom. 4.12, walk in 8. of that faith. 2 Cor 12.18, walked we not in same s. ? 1 Pet. 2.21, that ye should follow his s.

See Ex. 20. 26; 2 Sam. 22. 37; Lam. 4. 18; Ezek. 40.22.

STEWARD. 1 Kings 16.9, drunk in house of his s.

Lu. 12.42, that faithful and wise s.

See Gen. 15.2; Lu. 8.3; 1 Cor. 4.1; 1 Pet. 4.10.

STICK. Num. 15. 32, gathered s. on sabbath. 1 Kings 17.12, I am gathering two s.

Job 33. 21, his bones s. out.

Ps. 38. 2, thine arrows s. fast in me.

Prov. 18. 24, a friend that s. closer.

Ezek. 37.16, take s. and write on it.

See 2 Kings 6. 6; Lam. 4. 8; Ezek. 29.4.

STIFF. Ex. 32. 9; 33. 3; 34. 9; Deut. 9. 6, 13; 10. 16, s.-necked people.

Ps. 75. 5, speak not with s. neck.

Jer. 17. 23, obeyed not, but made their neck s.

Ezek. 2. 4, impudent and s.-hearted.

Acts 7. 51, ye s.-necked, ye do always resist.

See Deut. 31.27; 2 Chron. 30.8; 36.13.

STILL. Ex. 15.16, as s. as a stone.

N um. 14.38, Joshua and Caleb lived s.

Josh. 24.10, Balaam blessed you s.

Judg. 18.9, the land is good, and are ye s. ? 2 Sam. 14. 32, good to have been there s. 2 Kings 7.4, if we sit s. here, we die also. 2 Chron. 22. 9, no power to keep s. the kingdom.

Job 2.9, dost thou s. retain integrity.

Ps. 4.4, commune with thine heart, and be s. 8. 2, s. the enemy and avenger. 23.2, beside the s. waters. 46.10, be S; and know that I am God. 76. 8, earth feared and was s, 83.1,  hold not thy peace, be not s;, O God. 84. 4, they will be s. praising thee. 107.29, so that the waves thereof are s. 139.18, when I awake, I am s. with thee, Eccl. 12.9, he s. taught knowledge; Isa. 5.25; 9.12; 10. 4, his hand is stretched out s. 30. 7, their strength is to sit s. 42.14, I have been s. and refrained. Jer. 8.14, why do we sit s. ? 31.20, I do earnestly remember him s. Zech. 11.16, nor feed that that standeth 8. Mk. 4.39, arose and said, peace, be s. Rev. 22.11, unjust s., filthy s., holy s. See Num. 13.30; Ps. 65. 7; 89. 9; 92.14; STING. Prov. 23. 32; 1 Cor. 15. 55; Rev. 9.10.

STIR. Num. 24.9, who shall s. him up? Deut. 32.11, as an eagle s. up her nest. 1 Sam. 22. 8, my son hath s. up my servant. 26.19, if the Lord have s. thee up. 1 Kings 11.14, the Lord s. up an adversary. 1 Chron 5. 26; 2 Chron. 36. 22; Hag. 1. 14, God s. up the spirit.

Job 17.8, the innocent shall s. up himself. 41.10, none dare 8. him up. Ps. 35. 23, s. up thyself. 39.2,  my sorrow wTas s.

Prov. 10.12, hatred s. up strifes* 15.18; 29. 22, a wrathful man s. up strife. Isa. 10. 26, the Lord shall s. up a scourge. 14.9, hell from beneath s. up the dead. 64.7, none s. up himself to take hold. Lu. 23.5, he $. up the people. Acts 17.16, his spirit was s. in him. 19. 23, no small s. about that way. 2 Tim. 1. 6, s. up gift of God in thee. 2 Pet. 1.13, I think it meet to s. you up,

See Cant. 2. 7 ; 3. 5; 8. 4; Isa. 22.2; Acts 12.18.

STOCK. Job 14.8, though the s. thereof die.

Isa. 40. 24, their s. shall not take root. 44.19, shall I fall down to the s. of a tree ?

Hos. 4.12, my people ask counsel at their s.

Nan. 3. 6; Heb. 10.33, a gazing-s.

Acts 13.26, children of the s. of Abraham.

See Jer. 2.27 ; 10.8; 20.2; Phil. 3.5.

STOLE. 2 Sam. 15.6, Absalom s. the hearts.

Eph. 4. 28, let him that s. steal no more.

See Gen. 31. 20; 2 Kings 11. 2; 2 Chron. 22. 11;

Mat. 28.13.

STOLEN. Josh. 7.11, they have s. and dissembled. 2 Sam. 21.12, men had s. the bones of Saul.

Prov. 9.17, s. waters are sweet.

Obad. 5, s. till they had enough.

See Gen. 30. 33; 31.19; Ex. 22. 7 ; 2 Sam. 19. 41.

STOMACH. 1 Tim. 5. 23, for thy s. sake.

STONE. Gen. 11. 3, they had brick for s. 28.18, 22; 31. 45; 35.14, set up a s. for a pillar. Deut. 8.9, a land whose s. are iron.

Josh. 24,27, this s. shall be a witness. 2 Sam. 17.13, till there be not one small s. found

there. 2 Kings 3. 25, cast every man his s. Job 5. 23, in league with s. of the field. 6.12, is my strength the strength of s. ? 14.19,  the waters wear the s. 28.3,  he searcheth out the s. of darkness. 41.24, his heart is as firm as a s.

Ps. 91.12; Mk. 4. 6; Lu. 4.11, lest thou dash thy

foot against a s. 118. 22; Mat. 21. 42; Mk. 12. 10, s. the builders

refused is become head s. Prov. 27. 3, a s. is heavy, a fool's wrath.

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Isa. 54.11, I will lay thy s. with fair colours. 60.17, bring for s. iron. 62.10, gather out the s.

Jer. 2.27, and to a s., thou hast brought me forth. Dan. 2. 34, a s. was cut out of the mountain. Hah. 2.11, the s. shall cry out of the wail. 19, that saith to the dumb s. arise. Hag. 2.15, before s. was laid upon -s. Zech. 3. 9, upon one ,s. shall be seven eyes. 4. 7, bring forth the head-s. thereof. 7.12, they made their hearts as s. Mat. 7. 9; Lu. 11.11, will be give him a s. ? 21. 44 ; Lu. 20.18, whosoever shall fall on this s. 24. 2; Mk. 13. 2 ; Lu. 19. 44 ; 21. 6, not one s. upon another. Mk. 13.1, see what manner of s. are here. 16. 4 ; Lu. 24. 2, found s. rolled away. Lu. 4. 3, command this .s. that it be made. John 1.42, Cephas, by interpretation a s. 8. 7, first cast a s. 11. 39, lake ye away the s. Acts 17. 29, that the "Godhead, is like to s. 1 Pet 2. 5, as lively $. are built up.

See 1 Sam. 30.6; 1 Cor. 3.12; 2 Cor. 3. 3; Rev. 2.17.

STON.Y. Ps. 141. 6 ; Ezek. 11.19 ; 36. 26 ; Mat. 13. 5.

STOOD. Gen. 18. 22, s. yet before the Lord.

Num. 14.19, ,«. behind them.

Josh. 3. 10, "waters s. up on an heap. 2 Kings 23. 3, all the people s. to the covenant. Estb. 9.16, Jews s. for their lives.

Ps. 33. 9, he commanded, and it p. fast.

Lu. 24. 36, Jesus himself 8. in the midst. 2 Tim. 4.10. no man .s. with me.

See Gen. 23. 3 ; Job 29. 8 ; Ezek. 37.10 ; Rev. 7.11.

STOOP. Gen. 49. 9, Judah s. down.

Prov. 12. 25, heaviness maketh the heart •«.

John 8. 6, s. down a.nd wrote on the ground.

See 2 Chron. 36.17 ; Job 9.13 ; Mk. 1.7 ; J ohn 20.11.

STOP. Gen. 8. 2, windows of heaven were s. 1 Kings IS. 44, that the rain ,s. thee not. Ps. 107. 42, iniquity shall ,s. her mouth. Zech. 7.11, refused, and s. their ears. Acts 7. 57, s. their ears and ran upon him, Rom. 3.19, that every mouth may be s. Tit. 1,11, whose mouths must he's.

Heb. 11. 33. through faith s. mouths of lions. See Gen. 26. 15 ; Job 5. 16 ; Ps. 58. 4 ; Prov. 21.13.

STORE. Lev. 25. 22 ; 26.10, eat of the old s. Deut. 28. 5, blessed "De thy basket and .«. 2 Kings 20. 17, the fathers have laid up in s. Ps. 144.13, affording all manner of 8. Nah. 2. 9, none end of the ,?. and glory. Mai. 3.10, bring tithes into 8.-house.

Lu. 12. 24, neither have ,«.-house nor barn. 1 Cor. 16. 2, every one lay by him in 8. 1 Tim. 6.19, laying up in ,■?. a good foundation. 2 Pet 3. 7, by same word are kept in ,s.

See 1 Kings 10. 10 ; 1 Chron. 29. lo ; Ps. 33. 7.

STORM. Ps. 55. 8, escape from windy s. 83. 15, make them afraid with tky's. 107. 29, he maketh the 8. a calm. Isa. 4. 6 ; 25. 4, a covert from s. 28. 2, as a destroying s. Ezek. 38. 9, shalt ascend and come like a ,?, Nan. 1. 3, the Lord hath his way in the s. See Job 21.18 ; 27. 21; Mk. 4. 37 ; Lu. 8. 23.

STORMY. Ps. 107. 25 : 148. 8 ; Ezek. 13.11.

STORY. 2 Chron. 13. 22 ; 24. T, STOUT. Dan. 7. 20, whose look was more .s. Mai. 3. 13, words have been s. asrainst me. See Ps. 76. 5 ; Isa. 9. 9 ; 10. 12 ; 46. 12.

STRAIGHT. Ps. 5. 8, make thy way s. Prov. 4. L5, let eyelids look s. before thee. Eccl. 1. '15 ; 7.13, crooked cannot be made s. Isa. 40. 3. make 8. a highway. 4 ; 42.16; 45. 2; Lu. 3. 5, crooked shall be made s. Jer. 31. 9, cause them to walk in a s. way. Mat. 3. 3; Mk. 1. 3 ; Lu, 3. 4; John 1. 23, make his paths s.

Lu. 13.13, she was made s.

Acts 9.11, street which is called S.

Heb. 12.13, make s. paths for your feet.

See Josh. 6. 5 ; 1 Sam. 6.12 ; Ezek. 1. 7 ; 10. 22.

STRAIGHTWAY. Prov. 7.22, he goelh after her 8.

Mat, 4. 20 ; Mk. 1.18, they s. left their nets.

Jas. 1. 24, s. forgetteth what manner.

See Lu. 14. 5 ; John 13. 32 ; Acts 9.20; 16.33.

STRAIN. Mat. 23.24, s. at a gnat, STRAIT. 2 Sam. 24.14, I am in a great s.

Job 20. 22, he shall be in s.

Isa, 49. 20, the place is too s. for me, give place.

Mic. 2. 7, is spirit of the Lord s. ?

Mat. 7.13; Lu. 13. 24, enter in at the s. gate.

Lu.12.50, how am I ,s. till it be accomplished. 2 Cor. 6.1?, ye are not s. in us.

Phil. 1. 23, 1 am in a s. betwixt two.

See 2 Kings 6.1; Job 18. 7 ; 37.10 ; Jer. 19. 9.

STRAITLY. Gen. 43. 7 ; Josh. 6.1; Acts 4.17.

STRAITNESS. Deut. 28. 53 ; Job 36.16.

STRANGE. Gen. 42. 7, Joseph made himself s.

Ex. 2. 22 ; 18. 3 ; Ps. 137. 4, in a s. land.

Lev. 10.1; Num. 3. 4 ; 26. 61, offered s. fire.

Job 19.17, my breath is s. to my wife. 31. 3, a s. punishment to workers.

Prov. 21.8, the way of man is froward and s.

Isa. 28. 21, his s. work, his s. act.

Ezek. 3.5, not sent to people of a s. speech.

Zeph. 1. 8, clothed wTith s. apparel.

Lu. 5. 26, we have seen s. things to-day.

Acts 17. 20, thou bringest s. things to our ears, 26.11, persecuted them even to s. cities.

Heb. 13. 9, carried about with s. doctrines. 1 Pet. 4. 4, they think it s. ye run not. 12,  not 8. concerninsr the fiery trial.

See Judg. 11. 2 ; Ezra 10. 2; Prov. 2.10 ; Jer. 8.19.

STRANGER. Gen. 23.4; Ps. 39.12,1 am as. withyou. Ex. 23. 9, ye know the heart of a s. 1 Chron. 29.15, we are s. as were all our fathers. Job 15.19, no 8. passed among them. 31. 32, the s. did not lodge in the street, Ps. 54. 3, for s. are risen up against me. 109.11, let the s. spoil his labour. 146. 9, The Lord preserveth the .«. Prov. 2.16, to deliver thee even from the 5. 5.10, lest s. be filled with thy wealth. 17, let them be thine own, not s. with thee, 6.1, stricken thy hand with a ,s. 7. 5, from the s. which flattereth. 11.15, ho that is surety for a 8. shall smart, 14.10, i .s. doth not intermeddle. 20.16; 27.13, garment that is surety for a s. 27. 2, let a s. praise thee. Isa. 1. 7, your land .?. devour it. 2. 6, please themselves in children of ,«. 14.1, the s. shall be joined with them. 56. 3, neither let the son of the s. speak. Jer. 14. 8, why be as a s. in the land. Ezek. 28.10, thou shalt die by the hand of s. Hos. 7. 9, s. have devoured his strength. Mat. 25. 35, I was a 8. and ye took me in, Lu. 17.18, that returned, save this s. Eph, 2.12, s. from the covenant. 19, no more ,s, but fellow citizens. Heb. 11. 13, confessed they were s. 13. 2. t e not forgetful to entertain .s. See Mat. 17. 25 ; John 10. 5 ; 1 Pet, 2.11.

STRANGLED. Nah. 2.12 ; Acts 15. 20 ; 21. 25.

STREAM. Ps. 124. 4 ; Isa. 35. 6 ; 66.12 ; Amos 5. 24.

STREET. Prov. 1. 20; Lu. 14. 21; Rev. 21. 21; 22.2, STRENGTH. Ex. 15. 2 : 2 Sam. 2?. 33 ; Ps. 18. 2; 28. 7 ; 118.14 ; Isa. 12. 2, the Lord is my s. Judg. 5. 21, thou hast trodden down s. 1 Sam. 2. 9, by 8. shall no man prevail. 5.29, the S.'oi Israel will not lie. Job 9.19, if I speak of s., lo, he is strong. 12.13, with him is wisdom and s. Ps.19.

IS. 32, girded me with s. 27.1, the Lord in the s. of my life.

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Pa. 29.11, the Lord will give s. to his people. 33.16,  mighty not delivered by much s. 39.13, spare me that I may recover s. 4ti. 1; 81.1, God is our refuge and s. 68. 34, ascribe s. to God, his s. is in clouds. 35, God giveth s. and power. 73. 26, God is the ,s. of my heart. 84. 5, the man whose s. is in thee. 7, they go from $. to s. 96. 6, s. and beauty are in his sanctuary. 133. 3, strengthenedst me with s. in my soul. Prov. 10. 29, the way of the Lord is s. Eccl. 9.16, wisdom is better than s. 10.17,  princes eat for s.

Isa. 25.4, a s. to the poor, a s. to the needy. 40. 29, lie increaseth s. 51. 9, awake, put on s. Hag. 2. 22, I will destroy s. of kingdoms. Lu. 1. 51, he hath showed s. with his ana. Horn. 5. 6, when ye were without s. 1 Cor 15. 56, the s. of sin is the law. Rev. 3. 8, thou hast a little s.

See Job 21. 23; Prov. 20. 29 ; 2 Cor. 12. 9.

STRENGTHEN. Job 15.25, he s. himself against. Ps. 20. 2, s. thee out of Zion. 104.15, bread which s. man's heart. Eccl. 7.19, Avisdom s. the wise. Isa. 35. 3, s. ye the weak hands. Lu.22. 32, when converted, s. thy brethren. Eph. 3.16 ; Col. 1.11, to be s. with might, Phil. 4.13, all things through Christ whos. me. See Lu. 22. 43 ; 1 Pet. 5.10 ; Rev. 3. 2.

STRETCH. Ps. 68.31, s. out her hands to God.

Isa. 28. 20, shorter than a man can s. himself.

Jer. 10.12 ; 51.15, he s. out the heavens.

Ezek. Id. 27, I have .s. out my hand over thee.

Mat. 12.13, s. forth thine hand.

See Ps. 104.2; Prov. 1.24: Rom. 10.21; 2 Cor. 10.14.

STRIKE. Job 17. 3 ; Prov. 22. 26, s. hands.

Ps. 110. 5, shall s. through kings.

Prov. 7. 23, till a dart s. through his liver.

See Prov. 23. 35 ; Isa, 1. 5 ; 1 Tim. 3. 3 ; Tit. 1. 7.

STRIVE. Gen. 6. 3, shall not always s.

Prov. 3. 30, s. not without cause.

Lu. 13. 24, s. to enter in at strait gate. 2 Tim. 2. 5, if a man s. for mastery. 24, the servant of the Lord must not .s. See Isa. 45. 9 ; Jer. 50. 24 ; Mat. 12.19 ; Heb. 12. 4.

STRONG. 1 Sam. 4.9 ; 1 Kings 2. 2; 2 Chron. 15. 7 ;

Isa. 35. 4; Dan. 10.19, be s. Job 9.19, if 1 speak of strength, io, he is s. Ps. 19. 5, as a s. man to run a race. 24. 8, the Lord is s. 31. 2, be thou my s. rock. 71. 7, thou art my s. refuge. Prov. 10.15, rich man's wealth is his .s. city.

IS. in, the name of the Lord is a s. tower. Eccl. 9.11, the battle is not to the s. Isa, 40. 20, for that he is s. in power. Mat, 12. 29, first bind the s. man. Rom. 4. 20, s. in faith. 1 Cor 4.10, we are weak, ye are s. 2 Thess 2.11, s. delusion.

Heb. 5.12, of milk, and not of s. meat. 6.18, we have a s. consolation. See Pro. 14. 26; Joel 3.10; Rom. 15.1; Rev. 5. 2.

STUBBLE. Ps. 83.13, make them as s. Isa. 33.11, conceive chaff, bring forth s. 41. 2, as driven s.

Jer. 13. 24, 1 will scatter them as s. See Joel 2. 5 ; Nah. 1.10 ; Mai. 4.1; 1 Cor. 3.12.

STUDY. 1 Thess. 4.11; 2 Tim. 2.15.

STUMBLE. Prov. 4.19, know not at what they s.

Isa, 28.7, they s. in judgment. 59.10, we a. at noonday.

Jer. 46. 6; Dan. 11.19, s. and fall.

Mai. 2. 8, have caused many to s. 1 Pet. 2. 8, that s. at the word.

See John 11. 9 ; Rom. 9. 32 ; 11.11; 14. 2L

SUBDUE. Ps. 47. 3, he shall s. the people.

Mic. 7.19, he will s. our iniquities.

Phil. 3. 21, able to s. all things.

Heb. 11. 33, through faith s. kingdoms.

See Dan. 2.40; Zech. 9.15 ; 1 Cor. 15.28.

SUBJECT. Lu. 10.17, devils are s. unto us.

Rom. 8. 7, not s. to law of God. 20, creature s. to vanity. 13.1, s. to the higher powers. 1 Cor. 14. 32, spirits of prophets s. to prophets. 15.28, the Son also be s. to him.

Eph. 5. 24, as the church is s. to Christ.

Heb. 2.15, all their lifetime s. to bondage.

Jas. 5.17, a man s. to like passions. 1 Pet. 2.18, servants oe s. to your masters. 3. 22, angels and powers s. to him. 5. 5, all of you be s. one to another.

See Lu. 2. 51"; Col. 2. 20; Tit, 3.1.

SUBMIT. 2 Sam. 22. 45, s. themselves.

Ps. 68. 30, till every one s. himself.

Eph. 5.22, wives s. yourselves.

Jas. 4. 7,- s. yourselves to God. 1 Pet. 2.13, s. to every ordinance of man.

See Rom. 10. 3 ; Eph. 5. 21; Heb. 13.17.

SUBSCRIBE. Isa. 44. 5; Jer. 32. 44.

SUBSTANCE. Gen. 13. 6, their s. was great.

Deut. 33.11, bless his s.

Job 30. '/.2, thou dissolvest my .$.

Ps. 17.14, they leave their s.'to babes. 139.15, my s. was not hid from thee.

Prov. 3. 9, honour the Lord with thy s. 28. 8, he that by usury increaseth his s.

Cant. 8. 7, give all his s. for love.

Jer. 15.13; 17. 3, thy s. will I give to spoil.

Hos. 12. 8, I have found me out s.

Mic. 4.13, I will consecrate their s.

Lu. 8.3, ministered to him of their s. 15.13, wasted his s.

Heb. 10. 34, a better s. 11.1, the s. of things hoped for.

See Prov. 1.13 ; 6. 31; 8.21; 12. 27 ; 29. 3.

SUBTIL. Gen. 3.1; 2 Sam. 13. 3; Prov. 7.10.

SUBTILTY. Gen. 27. 35 ; Mat. 26. 4 ; Acts 13.10.

SUBVERT. Lam. 3.36; 2 Tim. 2.14; Tit. 1.11; 3.11.

SUCCESS. Josh. 1. 8, have good s.

SUCK. Deut, 32.13, s. honey out of rock. 33.19, s. abundance of the seas.

Job 20.16, s. poison of asps.

Isa. 60.16, s. the milk of the Gentiles.

See Mat. 24.19 ; Mk. 13.17 ; Lu. 21.23 ; 23.29.

SUDDEN. Job 22.10 ; Prov. 3.25 ; 1 Thess. 5.3.

SUDDENLY. Prov. 29.1, be s. destroyed.

Eccl. 9.12, when it falleth s.

Mai. 3.1, shall s. come to his temple.

Mk. 13. 36, lest coming s. he find. 1 Tim. 5. 22, lay hands s. on no man.

SUFFER. Job 21. 3, s. me that I may speak.

Ps. 55. 22, never s. righteous to be moved. 89. 33, nor s. my faithfulness to fail.

Prov. 19.15, the idle soul shall s. hunger.

Eccl. 5. V>, not s. him to sleep. 31a t. 3.15, s. it to be so now. 8. 21; Lu. 9.59, s. me first to bury my father. 16. 21; 17.12; Mk. 8.31; Lu. 9.22, «. many things. 19.14 ; Mk. 10.14 ; Lu.14.

IS. 16, s. little children. 23.13, neither s. ye them that are entering.

Lu. 24.46 ; Acts 3.18, behoved Christ to s.

Rom. 8.17, if we s. with him. 1 Cor 3.15, he shall s. loss. 10.13, will not s. you to be tempted. 12.26, if one member s. all s. with it. Gal. 6.12. lest they should s. persecution. 2 Tim. 2.12, if we s. we shall also reign. 3.12, shall s. persecution.

Heb. 13.3, remember them who s. 1 Pet. 2.21, s. for us, leaving an example. 4.1, he that hath s. in the flesh. See Gal. 3. 4; Phil. 3. 8; Heb. 2.18; 5. 8.

SUFFICIENCY. Job 20.22; 2 Cor. 3.5; 9.8.

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SUFFICIENT. Isa. 40.16, not s. to burn.

Mat. 6.34, s. for the day is the evil. 2 Cor. 2.16, who is s. for these things?

See Deut. 15.8; John 6. 7; 2 Cor. 3.5; 12. 9.

SUM. Ps. 139.17 ; Acts 22.28; Heb. 8.1.

SUMMER. Gen. 8.22; Ps. 74.17, «. and winter.

Prov. 6.8; 30. 25, provideth meat in s. 10.5, he that gathereth in s. is a wise son. 26.1,  as snow in s.

Jer. 8.20, the s. is ended. Mat. 24. 32; Mk. 13. 28, ye know s. is nigh. See Dan. 2.35; Zech. 14.8; Lu. 21. 30.

SUMPTUOUSLY. Lu. 16.19, fared s. every day.

SUN. Josh. 10.12, s. stand thou still. Judg.-5.31, as the s. in his might. Job 8.16, hypocrite is green before the s. Ps. 58.8, that they may not see the s. 84.11, a s. and shield. 121. 6, the s. shall not smite thee. Eccl. 1. 9, no new thing under the s. 11.7, a pleasant thing it is to behold the s. 12.2,  while the s. or stars be not darkened. Cant. 1.6, because the s. hath looked upon me. 6.10, clear as the s.

Jer. 15.9, her s. is gone down while yet day.

Joel 2.10; 3.15, the s. be darkened.

Mai. 4.2, the S. of righteousness.

Mat. 5.45, maketh his s. to rise on evil. 13.43, then shall righteous shine as s.

Eph. 4.26, let not s. go down on your wrath.

See 1 Cor. 15.41; Jas. 1.11; Rev. 7.16; 21. 23.

SUPERFLUITY. Jas. 1. 21, s. of naughtiness.

SUPPLICATION. 1 Kings 9.3, have heard thy s.

Job 9.15, I would make s. to my judge.

Ps. 6. 9, the Lord hath heard my s.

Dan. 9.3, to seek by prayer and s.

Zech. 12.10, spirit of grace and s.

Eph. 6.18, with all prayer and s. 1 Tim. 2.1, that s. be made for all men. See Ps. 28.6; 31. 22; Phil. 4.6; Heb. 5.7.

SUPPLY. Phil. 1.19 ; 2.30; 4.19.

SUPPORT. Acts 20.35; 1 Thess. 5.14.

SUPREME. 1 Pet. 2.13, to the king as s.

SURE. Num. 32.23, be s. your sin will find.

Job 24. 22, no man is s. of life.

Prov. 6.3, make s. thy friend.

Isa. 55. 3; Acts 13. 34, the s. mercies of David. 2 Tim. 2.19, foundation of God standeth s. See Isa. 33.16; Heb. 6.19; 2 Pet. 1.10,19.

SURFEITING. Lu.21. 34, overcharged with s. SURPRISED. Isa. 33.14; Jer. 48.41; 51.41.

SUSTAIN. Ps. 3. 5; 55. 22; Prov. 18.14; Isa. 59. 16.

SWEAR. Ps. 15.4, that s. to his hurt. Eccl. 9.2, that s. as he that feareth an oath. Isa. 45.23, to me every tongue shall s. 65.16, shall s. by the God of truth. Jer. 4.2, s. the Lord liveth in truth. 23.10, because of s. the land mourneth. Hos. 4.2, by s. and lying they break out. 10.4, s. falsely in making a covenant. Zech. 5.3, every one that s. shall be cut off. Mai. 3.5, a witness against false s. See Zeph. 1. 5; Mat. 26. 74; Heb. 6.13.

SWEAT. Gen. 3.19; Ezek. 44.18; Lu. 22.44.

SWEET. Job 20.12, though wickedness be s. Ps. 55.14, we took s. counsel together. 104. 34, my meditation shall be s. Prov. 3.24, thy sleep shall be s. 9.17, stolen waters are s. 13.19, desire accomplished is s. 16.24, pleasant words are s. 27.7, to the hungry every bitter thing is s. Eccl. 5.12, sleep of labouring man is s. 11.7, truly the light is s. Cant. 2.3, his fruit was s. to my taste. Isa. 5.20, put bitter for s. and s. for bitter. 23.16, make s. melody.

Jas. 3.11, at same place s. water and bitter.

See Judg. 14.18; Mic. 6.15; Mk. 16.1.

SWELLING. Jer. 12.5; 2 Pet. 2.18; Jude 16.

SWIFT. Eccl. 9.11, the race is not to the s.

Amos 2.15, the s. of foot shall not deliver.

Rom. 3.15, feet s. to shed blood.

See Job 7. 6; 9. 25; Jer. 46. 6; Mai. 3. 5.

SWIM. 2 Kings 6. 6, iron did s.

Ezek. 47. 5, waters to s. in.

See Ps. 6. 6; Isa. 25.11; Ezek. 32.6; Acts 27.42.

SWOLLEN. Acts 28.6, when he should have s.

SWOON. Lam. 2.11, children s. in streets.

SWORD. Ps. 57.4, their tongue a sharp s.

Isa. 2. 4, nation shall not lift up s.

Ezek. 7.15, s. is withouj, pestilence within.

Mat. 10.34, not to send peace, but a s.

Lu. 2.35, a s. shall pierce thy own soul.

Rom. 13.4, he beareth not the s. in vain.

Eph. 6.17, the s. of the Spirit.

Heb. 4.12, sharper than two-edged s.

Rev. 1.16; 19.15, out of his mouth a sharp s. 13.10, that killeth with s. must be killed with s.

See Isa. 2.4; Joel 3.10; Mic. 4.3; Lu. 22.38.

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