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OBEDIENCE. Rom. 5.19, by the o. of one. 16.26, the o. of faith.

Heb. 5.8, vet learned he o.

See Rom. 16.19 ; 2 Cor. 10. 5; 1 Pet. 1.2.

OBEDIENT. Ex. 24.7, will we do and be o.

Prov. 25.12, wise reprover upon an o. ear.

Isa. 1.19, if o. ye shall eat. 2 Cor. 2.9, o. in all things.

Eph. 6.5; Tit. 2.9, be o. to your masters.

Phil. 2.8, o. unto death. 1 Pet. 1.14, as o. children.

See Num. 27.20; 2 Sam. 22.45 ; Tit. 2. 5.

OBEISANCE. Gen. 37. 7; 43.28; 2 Sam. 15.5.

OBEY. Deut. 11.27, a blessing if ye o.

Josh. 24.24, his voice will we o. 1 Sam 15.22, to o. is better than sacrifice. Jer. 7.23, o. my voice and I will be your God. Acts 5.29, to o. God rather than men.

Rom. 6.16, his servants ye are to whom ye o. Eph. 6.1; Col. 3.20, o. your parents in the Lord. 2 Thess 1. 8; 1 Pet. 4.17, that o. not the gospel. Heb. 13.17, o. them that have rule over you. 1 Pet. 1. 22, purified in o. the truth.

See Ex. 5.2; 23.21; Dan. 9.10; Mat. 8.27.

OBJECT. Acts 24.19.

OBSCURE. Prov. 20.20.

OBSCURITY. Isa. 29.18; 58.10; 59.9.

OBSERVATION. Lu. 17.20.

OBSERVE. Gen. 37.11, his father o, the saying.

Ps. 107.43, whoso is wise and will o. these things.

Prov. 23.26, let mine eyes o. my ways.

Eccl. 11.4, he that o. the wind.

Jonah 2. 8, that o. lying vanities.

Mat. 28. 20, teaching them to o. all things.

Mk. 6.20, Herod feared John and o. him. 10.20, all these have I o.

See Ex. 12.42; 31.16; Ezek.20.18; Gal. 4.10.

OBSERVER. Deut. 18.10.

OBSTINATE. Deut. 2.30; Isa. 48. 4.

OBTAIN. Prov. 8.35, shall o. favour of the Lord.

Isa. 35.10; 51.11, shall o. joy and gladness.

Lu. 20.35, worthy to o. that world.

Acts 26.22, having o. help of God. 1 Cor. 9. 24, so run that ye may o. 1 Thess. 5.9; 2 Tim. 2.10, to o. salvation. 1 Tim. 1.13, I o. mercy.

Heb. 4.16, o. mercy and find grace. 9.12, having o. eternal redemption. 1 Pet 2.10, which had not o. mercy, but now have o. 2 Pet 1.1, o. like precious faith.

See Dan. 11.21; Hos. 2.23; Acts 1.17 ; 22. 28.

OCCASION. 2 Sam. 12.14, great o. to enemies to blaspheme.

Dan. 6. 4, sought to find o.

Rom. 7.8, sin taking o. by the commandment. 14.13, an o. to fall in his brother's way. 1 Tim. 5.14, give none o. to the adversary.

See Gen. 43.

IS; Ezra 7.20 ; Ezek. 18. 3.

OCCUPATION. Gen. 46.33; Jonah 1.8; Acts 18.3; 19. 25.

OCCUPY. Ezek. 27.9; Lu. 19.13.

ODOUR. John 12.3; Phil. 4.18; Rev. 5.8.

OFFENCE. Eccl. 10.4, yielding pacifieth great o.

Isa. 8.14 ; Rom. 9.33; 1 Pet. 2.8, a rock of o.

Mat. 16.23, thou art an o. to me. 18. 7 ; Lu. 17.1, woe because of o.

Acts 24.16, conscience void of o*

Rom. 14. 20, who eateth with o. 1 Cor. 10.32 ; 2 Cor. 6. 3, sive none o.

Phil. 1.10, without o. till the day of Christ.

See 1 Sam. 25. 31; Rom. 5.15; 16.17 ; Gal. 5. 1L OFFEND. Job 34.31, I will not o. any more.

Ps. 119.165, nothing shall o. them.

Prov. 18.19, brother o. is harder to be won. Mat. 5. 29 ; 18. 9; Mk. 9.47, if eye o. thee. 13. 41, gather all things that o. 57 ; Mk. 6.3, they were o. in him. 20.33, though all shall be o., yet will not L Rom. 14.21, whereby thy brother is o. Jas. 2.10. yet o. in one point. See Gen.' 20. 9; Jer. 37.18; 2 Cor. 11.29.

OFFENDER. 1 Kings 1.21; Isa. 29.21; Acts 25.11.

OFFER. Judg. 5.2, people willingly o. themselves. Ps. 50.23, whoso o. praise. Mat. 5.24, then come and o. thy gift. Lu. 6.29, one cheek, o. also the other. 1 Cor 8.1,4, 7 ; 10.19, things o. to idols. Phil. 2.17, o. in the service of your faith. 2 Tim. 4. 6, now ready to be o.

Heb. 9.28, once o. to bear the sins of many.

See2Chron.17.16; Ezra 1.6; 2.68; Mai. 1.8.

OFFICE. ISam. 2. 36, put me into one of the priests' o.

Rom. 11.13, 1 magnify mine o. 1 Tim. 3.1, the o. of a bishop.

Heb. 7.5, the o. of the priesthood.

See Gen. 41.13; Ps. 109.8; Rom. 12.4.

OFFSCOURING. Lam. 3. 45; 1 Cor. 4.13.

OFFSPRING. Job 27.14; Acts 17. 28; Rev. 22.16.

OFTEN. Prov. 29.1, being o. reproved.

Mai. 3.16, spake o. one to another.

Mat. 23.37 ; Lu. 13.34, how o. would I have gathered. 1 Cor. 11.26, as o. as ye eat. 1 Tim. 5. 23, thy o. infirmities. See 2 Cor. 11. 26; Heb. 9. 25; 10.11.

OIL. Ps. 45.7; Heb. 1.9, with o. of gladness.

/92.10, be anointed with fresh o.

'104.15, o. to make his face to shine.

Isa. 61. 3, o. of joy for mourning.

Mat. 25. 3, took no q. with them.

Lu. 10.34, pouring in o. and wine.

See Ex. 27.20 ; Mic. 6. 7 ; Lu. 7. 46.

OLD. Deut. 8.4; 29. 5; Neh. 9.21, waxed not o.

Josh. 5.11, did eat of the o. corn.

Ps. 37.25, I have been youns, and now am o. 71.18, when I am o. forsake me not,

Prov. 22. 6, when he is o. he will not.

Isa. 58.12, build the o. waste places.

Jer. 6.16, ask for the o. paths.

Lu. 5.39, he saith, the o. is better. 2 Cor 5.17, o. things are passed away. 2 Pet. 2.5, God spared not the o. world. 1 John 2. 7, the o. commandment. Rev. 12. 9 ; 20. 2, that o. serpent. See Job 22.15 ; Ps. 77. 5; Mat. 5.21; Rom. 7. 6.

OMITTED. Mat. 23.23.

ONCE. Gen. 18.32, yet but this o. Num. 13. 30, let us go up at o. Job 33.14; Ps. 62.11, speaketh o., yea twice. Isa. 66.8, shall a nation be born at o. Heb. 6. 4, o. enlightened. 9. 27, o. to die.

See Rom. 6.10 ; Heb. 10.10; 1 Pet. 3.18.

ONE. Job 9.3, o. of a thousand. Eccl. 7. 27; Isa. 27.12, o. by o. Mk. 10.21; Lu. 18.22, o. thing thou lackest. Lu. 10.42, o. thing is needful. John 9. 25, o, thing 1 know. 17.11, 21,22, that they may be o. Gal. 3. 28, all o. in Christ. Eph. 4. 5, o. Lord, o. faith, o. baptism. See Deut. 6. 4 ; Mk. 12. 32 ; 1 llm. 2. 5.

OPEN. Num. 16.30, if the earth o. her mouth. Ps. 49.4, I will o. my dark saying. 51.15, o. thou my lips. 81.10, o. thy mouth wide. 104.28; 145.16, thou o. thine hand. 119.18, o. thou mine eyes. Prov. 31.8, o. thy mouth for the dumb. Isa. 22.22, he shall o. and none shall shut. 42.7, to o. blind eyes. 282

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Isa. 60.11, thy gates shall be o. continually.

Ezek. 16.63, never o. thy mouth.

Mai. 3.10, o. windows of heaven.

Mat. 25.11; Lu. 13. 25, Lord o. to us. 27. 52, graves were o.

Mk. 7. 34, that is, be o.

Lu. 24. 32, while he o. to us the scriptures. 45, then o. he their understandings.

Acts 26.18, to o. their eyes and turn them. 1 Cor. 16.9, great door and effectual is o.

Col. 4. 3, o. to us a door of utterance.

See Acts 16.14; 2 Cor. 2.12; Heb. 4.13; Rev. 5.2.

OPERATION. Ps. 28. 5; Isa. 5. 12; 1 Cor. 12. 6;

Col 2.12

OPINION. 1 Kings 18.21; Job 32.6.

OPPORTUNITY. Gal. 6.10; Phil. 4.10; Heb. 11.15.

OPPOSE. Job 30. 21; 2 Thess. 2. 4; 2 Tim. 2.25.

OPPOSITIONS. 1 Tim. 6. 20.

OPPRESS. Ex. 22.21; 23.9, o. a stranger.

Lev. 25.14,17, ye shall not o. one another. 1 Sam 12.3, whom have I o.

Ps. 10.18, that the man of earth may no more o. Prov. 14. 31; 22.16, he that o. the poor. 28.3,  a poor man that o. the poor. Jer. 7. 6, if ye o. not the stranger. Hos. 12.7, he loveth to o.

Zech. 7.10, o. not the widow. See Mai. 3. 5; Acts 7.24; 10. 38; Jas. 2.6.

OPPRESSION. Deut.26.7, the Lord looked on

our o.

Ps. 62.10, trust not in o. 119.134, deliver me from the o. of man. Eccl. 4.1, I considered the o. 7.7, o. maketh a wise man mad. Isa. 30.12, ye trust in o. See Isa. 33.15; Zech. 9. 8; 10.1 ORATOR. Isa. 3. 3; Acts 24.1.

ORDAIN. 1 Chron. 17.9, I will o. a place for my

people. Ps. 8.2, hast thou o. strength. 81.5, this he o. in Joseph. 132.17, I have o. a lamp. Isa. 26.12, thou wilt o. peace for us. 30. 33, Tophet is o. of old. Jer. 1.5, I o. thee a prophet. Mk. 3.14, Jesus o. twelve. John 15.16, have o. you that ye should bring

forth. Acts 1.22, one be o. to be a witness. 10.42, o. of God to be the Judge. 13.48, o. to eternal life. 14.23; Tit. 1.5, o. elders. 16.4,  decrees that were o. 17.31, by that man whom he hath o. Rom. 13.1, powers are o. of God. Gal. 3.19, the law was o. by angels. Eph. 2.10, good works which God hath before o. Jude 4, of old o. to this condemnation. See 1 Cor. 2.7; 9.14; 1 Tim. 2. 7; Heb. 5.1.

ORDER. Judg. 13.12, how shall we o. the child. 2 Kings 20.1; Isa. 38.1, set thine house in o. Job 10.22, land without any o. 23.4, I would o. my cause. 37.19, we cannot o. our speech. Ps. 40.5, they cannot be reckoned in o. 50.21, 1 will set them in o. 23, to him that o. his conversation aright. 110.4; Heb. 5.6; 6.20; 7.11, the o. of Melchisedec. 1 Cor. 14.40, decently and in o. See Ps. 37. 23; Acts 21.24; 1 Cor. 15. 23.

ORDINANCE. Isa. 58.2; Rom. 13.2, the o. of their

God.

Mai. 3.14, what profit that we have kept o. Eph. 2.15, commandments contained in o. Col. 2.14, handwriting of o. Heb. 9.10, in carnal o. See Jer. 31.36; Luke 1.6; 1 Pet, 2.13.

ORPHANS. Lam. 5.3.

OUGHT. 1 Chr. 12.32, to know what Israel o. to do.

Mat. 23.23; Lu. 11.42, these o. ye to have done.

Lu. 24.26, o. not Christ to have suffered.

John 4.20, place where men o. to worship.

Acts 5.29, we o. to obey God.

Rom. 8. 26, pray for as we o.

Heb. 5.12, when ye o. to be teachers.

Jas. 3.10, these things o. not so to be. 2 Pet. 3.11, what manner of persons o. ye to be.

See Rom. 12.3; 15.1; 1 Tim. 3.15.

OURS. Mk. 12. 7; Lu. 20.14 ; 1 Cor. 1.2; 2 Cor. 1.14.

OUT. Num. 32.23, your sin will find you o.

Ps. 82.5, are o. of course.

Prov. 4.23, o. of it are the issues of life.

Mat. 12. 34; 15.19, e>. of abundance of heart the mouth speaketh. 2 Tim. 3.11, o. of them all the Lord delivered me, 4.2, instant in season, o. of season.

See Gen. 2. 9, 23; 3.19; John 15.19; Acts 2.5.

OUTCAST. Ps. 147. 2; Isa. 11.12; 27.13; Jer. 30.17.

OUTGOINGS. Josh. 17.18; Ps. 65.8.

OUTRAGEOUS. Prov. 27.4.

OUTRUN. John 20.4.

OUTSIDE. Judg. 7.11; Mat. 23.25; Lu. 11.39.

OUTSTRETCHED. Deut. 26. 8; Jer. 21. 5; 27. 5.

OUTWARD. 1 Sam. 16.7, looketh on o. appearance,

Mat. 23.27, appear beautiful o.

Rom. 2.28, not a Jew, which is one o.

2 Cor. 4.16, our o. man perish.

See Mat. 23.28; Rom. 2.28; 1 Pet, 3.3.

OVERCHARGE. Lu. 21. 34; 2 Cor. 2,5.

OVERCOME. Gen. 49.19, he shall o. at last

Jer. 23.9, like a man whom wine hath o.

John 16.33, I have o. the world.

Rom. 12. 21, be not o. of evil, but o. evil. 1 John 5. 4, 5, victory that o. the world.

Rev. 2.7,17, 26; 3.12, 21, to him that o.

See Cant. 6. 5; 2 Pet. 2.19 ; Rev. 12.11.

OVERMUCH. Eccl. 7.16; 2 Cor. 2. 7.

OVERPAST. Ps. 57.1; Isa. 26.20.

OVERPLUS. Lev. 25. 27.

OVERSEER. Gen. 41.34; Prov. 6. 7 ; Acts 20. 28.

OVERSHADOW. Mat. 17. 5; Mk. 9. 7 ; Lu.1.35;

Acts 5.15.

OVERSIGHT. Gen. 43.12; Neh. 11.16; 1 Pet. 5.2.

OVERSPREAD. Gen. 9.19; Dan. 9.27.

OVERTAKE. Amos 9.13, plowman shall o. the reaper.

Gal. 6.1, if a man be o. in a fault, 1 Thess. 5.4, day should o. you as a thief.

See Deut. 19.6 ; Isa. 59. 9 ; Jer. 42.16.

OVERTHROW. Ex. 23. 24, utterly o. them.

Job 19.6, God hath o. me.

Ps. 140. 4, purposed to o. my goings.

Prov. 13. 6, wickedness o. the sinner.

Jonah 3.4, forty days and Nineveh shall be o.

Acts 5. 39, if it be of God, ye cannot o. it.

See Gen. 19. 21; Prov. 29. 4 ; 2 Tim. 2.18.

OVERTURN. Job 9. 5; 12.15; 28.9 ; Ezek. 21.27.

OVERWHELM. Job 6.27, ye o. the fatherless.

Ps. 61.2. when my heart is o. 77. 3 ; 142. 3; 143. 4, my spirit was o.

See Ps. 55. 5 ; 78.53; 124. 4.

OVERWISE. Eccl. 7.16.

OWE. Lu. 16. 5, 7, how much o. thou.

Rom. 13.8, o. no man anything.

See Mat. 18.24, 28; Lu. 7.41; Philem. 18.

OWN. Num. 32.42, called it after his o. name. 1 Chron. 29.14, of thine o. have we given thee,

Ps. 12.4, our lips are our o. 67. 6, even our o. God shall bless us.

Mat. 20.15, do what I will with my o.

John 1.11, to his o., and his o. received him not. 13.1, having loved his o. 1 Cor. 6.19, ye are not your o.

See Acts 5.4; Phil. 3. 9; 1 Tim. 5. 8; Rev. 1. 5.

OWNER. Ex. 21.28; 22.11; Eccl. 5.13; Isa. 1.3. 28-3

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