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PACIFY. Prov. 16.14; 21.14; Eccl. 10. 4; Ezek. 16. 63.

PAIN. Ps. 55.4, my heart is sore p. 116.3, the p. of hell gat hold. Acts 2.24, having loosed the p. of death. Rom. 8.22, creation travailerh in p. Rev. 21. 4, neither shall there he any more p. See Ps. 37.16; Jer. 4.19; 2 Cor. 11.27.

PAINTED. 2 Kings 9.30; Jer. 4.30; 22.14; Ezek. 23. 40.

PALACE. Ps. 48.13, consider her p. 122.7, prosperity within thy p. 144.12, the similitude of a p. Jer. 9.21, death is entered into our p. Lu. 11.21, a strong man keepeth his p. Phil. 1.13, manifest in all the p. See 1 Chron. 29.1; Neh. 1.1; 2.8; Isa. 25.2.

PALE. Isa. 29.22; Jer. 30. 6 ; Rev. 6.8.

PALM. Isa. 49.16; Mat, 26.67; Mk. 14.65; Rev. 7.9.

PANT. Ps. 38.10 ; 42.1; 119.131; Amos 2.7.

PARDON. Ex. 23. 21, he will not p. 2 Kings 5.18, the Lord p. thy servant. 2 Chron. 30.18, the good Lord p. every one. Neh. 9.17, a God ready to p. Is. 55. 7, he will abundantly #. See Jer. 33. 8; 50. 20; Lam. 3.42 ; Mic. 7.18.

PARENTS. Mat. 10.21; Mk.13.12, children rise

up against p, Lu. 18.29, no man that hath left p. 21.16,  ye shall be betrayed by p. John 9.2, sin, this man or his p. Rom. 1.30; 2 Tim. 3. 2, disobedient to p. 2 Cor. 12.14, not to lay up for p., but p. for children.

Eph. 6.1; Col. 3. 20, children obey your p. See Lu. 2.27 ; 8. 56 ; 1 Tim. 5. 4; Heb. 11.23.

PART.(».). Josh. 22. 25, 27, ye have no p. in the

Lord.

Ps. 5.9, their inward p. is very wickedness. 51.6, in hidden p. make me to know. 118.7, the Lord taketh my p. 139. 9, dwell in the uttermost p. Mk. 9.40, not against us is on our p. Lu. 10. 42, that good p. John 13. 8, thou hast no p. with me. Acts 8. 21, neither p. nor lot. 2 Cor. 6.15, what p. hath he that believeth. See Tit. 2.8; Rev. 20. 6; 21. 8 ; 22.19, PART.O.). Ruth 1.17, if ought but death p. thee

and me. 2 Sam. 14.6, there was none to p. them. Ps. 22.18, they p. my garments. Lu. 24.51, while he blessed them he was p. Acts 2.45, p. them to all men. See Mat. 27.35; Mk. 15.24 ; Lu. 23.34; John 19.24.

PARTAKE. Ps. 50. 18, hast been p. with adulterers.

Rom. 15.27, p. of their spiritual things. 1 Cor. 9.10, p. of his hope. 13; 10.18, p. with the altar. 10.17,  p. of that one bread. 21, p. of the Lord's table. 1 Tim. 5.22, neither be p. of other men's sins. Heb. 3.1, p. of the heavenly calling. 1 Pet 4113, p. of Christ's sufferings. 5.1, a p. of the glory. 2 Pet 1. 4. p. of the divine nature.

See Eph. 3. 6; Phil. 1. 7 ; Col. 1.12; Rev. 18. 4.

PARTIAL. Mai. 2.9 ; 1 Tim. 5.21; Jas. 2.4; 3.17.

PARTICULAR. 1 Cor. 12.27; Eph. 5. 33.

PARTITION. 1 Kings 6. 21; Eph. 2.14.

PARTNER. Prov. 29. 24; Lu. 5. 7 ; 2 Cor. 8. 23.

PASS. Ex. 12. 13, when I see the blood I will

p. over.

Isa. 43.2, when thou p. through waters. Mat. 26.39; Mk. 14.36, let this cup p.

Lu. 16. 26, neither can they p. to us. 1 Cor 7. 31; 1 John 2.17, fashion of this world p. Eph. 3.19, love of Christ which p. knowledge. Phil. 4.7, which p. all understanding.

See Jer. 2. 6 ; Lu. 18. 37 ; Rom. 5.12 ; Rev. 21.1.

PASSION. Acts 1. 3 ; 14.15 ; Jas. 5.17.

PAST. Job 29. 2, as in months p.

Eccl. 3.15, G-od requireth that which is p.

Cant. 2.11, the winter is p.

Jer. 8. 20, the harvest is p.

Rom. 3. 25, of sins that are p. 11.33, ways p. finding out, 2 Cor 5.17, old things p. away. Eph. 4.19, being p. feeling.

See Eph. 2. 2 ; 2 Tim. 2.18; 1 Pet. 2.10.

PASTOR. Jer. 3.15; 17.16; 23.1; Eph. 4.11.

PASTURE. Ps. 95. 7; 100. 3; Ezek. 34.14; John 10.9.

PATE. Ps.7.16.

PATH. Job 28. 7, there is a p. which no fowl

knoweth.

Ps. 16.11, shew me the p. of life. 27.11, lead me in a plain p. 65.11,  thy p. drop fatness. 77.19, thy p. is in the great waters. 119.105, a light to my p. Prov. 4.18, the p. of the just. Isa, 2. 3; Mic. 4.2, we will walk in his p. 42.16, in p. they have not known. 58.12,  restorer of p. to dwell in. Jer. 6.16, ask for the old p.

Mat. 3.3; Mk. 1. 3 ; Lu. 3.4, make his p. straight. See Ps. 139.3 ; Prov. 3.17; Lam. 3. 9 ; Heb. 12.13.

PATIENCE. Mat. 18.26,29, have p. with me. Lu. 8.15, bring forth fruit with p. 21.19, in your p, possess ye your souls, x Rom. 5.3, tribulation worketh p. 8-/25, with p. wait for it. 15.4, through p. and comfort. 5, the God of p. 2 Cor. 6. 4, as ministers of God in much p. Col. 1.11, strengthened with all might to all p. 1 Thess 1.3, your p. of hope. 2 Thess 1.4, glory in you for your p. 1 Tim. 6.11, follow after p.

Tit, 2.2, sound in faith, charity, p. Heb. 10.36, ye have need of p. 12.1, run with p. Jas. 1. 3, trying of faith worketh p. 4,  let p. have her perfect work. 5. 7, the husbandman hath l 10,  for an example of p. 11,  ye have heard of the p. of Job. 2 Pet 1. 6, add to temperance p. Rev. 2.2,19, I know thy p. 3.10, thou hast kept word of p. 13.10; 14.12, here is the p. of saints. See Eccl. 7. 8; Rom. 12.12; 1 Thess. 5.14.

PATIENTLY. Ps. 37. 7; 40.1; Heb. 6.15; 1 Pet. 2.20.

PATTERN. 1 Tim. 1.16; Tit. 2. 7 ; Heb. 8.5; 9.23.

PAVILION. Ps. 18.11; 27. 5; 31.20; Jer. 43.10.

PAY. Ex. 22.7, let him p. double. Num. 20.19, water, I will p. for it. 2 Kinsrs 4. 7, sell the oil, and p. thy debt. Ps. 22. 25; 66.13 ; 116.14, will p. my vows. Prov. 22.27, if thou hast nothing to p. Eccl. 5.4, defer not to p. it. Mat. 18.26, I will p. thee all. 18.28, p. that thou owest. 23.23, ye p. tithe of mint.

See Ex. 21.19; Mat. 17. 24; Rom. 13.6; Heb. 7. 9.

PEACE. Gen. 41.16, an answer of p. Num. 6. 26, the Lord give thee p. 25.12, my covenant of p. Deut. 20.10, proclaim p. to it. 23. 6, thou shalt not seek their p. 1 Sam 25.6; Lu. 10.5, p. be to this house. 2 Kings 9.19, what hast thou to do with p. 284

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Eph. 2 Kings 9.31, had Zimri p., who slew his master? Job 5.23, beasts shall be at p. with thee. 22. 21, acquaint thyself and be at p. Ps. 4.8, I will lay me down in p. 29.11, Lord will bless his people with p. 34.14; 1 Pet. 3.11, seek p. and pursue it, 37.37, the end of that man is'p. 85. 8, will speak p. to his people. 122. 6, pray for p. of Jerusalem. Eccl. 3.8, a time of p. Isa. 26.3, keep him in perfect p. 32.17,  work of righteousness p. 45.7, I make p. and create evil. 48.18,  thy p. as a river. 22; 57. 21, no p. to the wicked. 52. 7 ; Nah. 1.15, that publisheth p. 59.8; Rom. 3.17, the way of p. they know not. Jer. 6.14; 8.11, saying p., p., when there is no p. 8.15; 14.19, we looked for p. 34.5, thou Shalt die in p. Ezek. 7. 25, they shall seek p. Dan. 4. 1; 6. 25; 1 Pet. 1. 2; 2 Pet. 1. 2; Jude 2, p. be multiplied. Hag. 2.9, in this place I will give p. Mat. 10.13, let your p. come upon it. 34; Lu. 12.51, to send p. on earth. Mk. 9. 50, have p. one with another. Lu. 1.79, to guide our feet into way of p. 2.14,  on earth p. 19. 42, things which belong to thy p. John 14.27, p. I leave, my p. I give. 16.33, in me ye might have p. Rom. 1.7 ; 1 Cor. 1. 3; 2 Cor. 1. 2; Gal. 1. 3 1. 2; Phil. 1.2, p. from God our Father. 5.1, we have p. with God. 10.15; Eph. 6.15, the gospel of p. 14.19, things which make for p. 15. 33; 16. 20; 2 Cor. 13.11; Phil. 4. 9; 1 Thess. 5.23; Heb. 13. 20, the God of p. 1 Cor 14.33, author of p. 2 Cor 13.11, live in p. Eph. 2.14, he is our p. 17, p. to you which were afar off. 4.3, in the bond of p. Phil. 4.7, p. of God which passeth. Col. 1. 2 ; 1 Thess. 1.1; 2 Thess. 1. 2 2 Tim. 1. 2; Tit. 1. 4; Philem. grace and p. from God. 3.15,  let the p. of God rule in your hearts. 1 Thess 5.13, be at p. among yourselves. 2 Thess 3.16, Lord of p. give you p. always. 2 Tim. 2.22; Heb. 12.14, follow p. with all men. Heb. 7.2, king of p. Jas. 2.16, depart in p, 3.18, fruit of righteousness is sown in p. 2 Pet. 3.14, found of him in p. See Mat. 5.9; Lu. 24.36; John 20.19; Gal. 6.16.

PEACEABLE. Isa. 32.18; 1 Tim. 2.2; Heb. 12.11;

Jas. 3.17.

PEACEABLY. Gen. 37. 4; 1 Sam. 16.4; Jer. 9. 8;

Rom. 12.18.

PEELED. Isa. 18. 2; Ezek. 29.18.

PEEP. Isa. 8.19 ; 10.14.

PEN. Job 19.24; Ps. 45.1; Jer. 17.1; 3 John 13.

PENCE. Mat. 18. 28; Mk. 14. 5; Lu. 7.41; 10.35.

PENURY. Prov. 14.23; Lu. 21.4.

PEOPLE. Ex. 6.7; Deut. 4. 20; 2 Sam. 7.24; Jer. 13.11, I will take you to me for a p. Lev. 20.24,26, separated from other p. Deut. 4.33, did ever p. hear voice of God. 33. 29, O p. saved by the Lord. 2 Sam. 22.44; Ps. 18. 43, a p. I knew not. Ps. 81.11, my p. would not hearken. 144.15, happy is that p. Prov. 30.25, ants a p. not strong. Isa. 1.4, a p. laden with iniquity. 27.11, a p. of no understanding. 43.4, I will give p. for thy life. 8, blind p. that have eyes. 1 Tim. 1. 2; 3; 2 John 3,

Jer. 6. 22; 50. 41, a p. cometh from the north. Jonah 1.8, of what p. art thou ? Lu. 1.17, a p. prepared for the Lord. Tit. 2.14, purify to himself a peculiar p. See Mat. 1.21; Rom. 11.2; Heb. 11.25.

PERCEIVE. Deut. 29.4, a heart to p. Josh. 22.31, we p. the Lord is among us. Job 9.11, 1 p. him not. 23.8, I caniiot p. him. Isa. 6.9, see indeed, but p. not. 33.19,  deeper speech than thou canst p. 64.4, nor p. by the ear what God hath.

Mat. 22.18, Jesus p. their wickedness. Mk. 8.17, p. ye not. Lu. 8.46, I p. that virtue is gone out. John 4.19, I p. thou art a prophet. Acts 10.34, I p. God is no respecter. 1 John 3.16, hereby p. we the love of God.

See 1 Sam. 3.8; Neh. 6.12; Job 33.14; Mk. 12.28.

PERFECT. Gen. 6.9, Noah was p. 17.1, walk before me and be thou p. Deut. 18.13, thou shalt be p. with the Lord. 32.4, his work is p. 2 Sam 22.31; Ps. 18.30, his way is p. Ps. 19. 7, law of the Lord is p. 37. 37, mark the p. man. Prov. 4.18, more and more top. day. Ezek. 28.15, thou wast p. in thy ways. Mat. 5.48; 2 Cor. 13.11, be ye p. 19.21, if thou wilt be p. John 17.23, be made p. in one. Rom. 12. 2, that p. will of God. 1 Cor 2. 6, wisdom among them that are p. 2 Cor 12.9, strength made p. in weakness. Eph. 4.13, to a p. man.

Phil. 3.12, not as though I were already p. 15, let us, as many as be p. Col. 1.28, present every man p. 4.12, may stand p. and complete. 2 Tim. 3.17, that the man of God may be p. Heb. 2.10, make p. through suffering. 11.40, without us should not be madej?. 12.23, spirits of just men made p. 13.21, make you p. in every good work. Jas. 1.4, patience have her p. work. 17, every good and p. gift. 25, p. law of liberty. 3.2, the same is a p. man. 1 John 4.18, p. love casteth out fear. See 2 Chron. 8. 16; Lu. 6.40; 2 Cor. 7.1; Eph. 4.12.

PERFECTION. Job 11.7; Ps. 119. 96; 2 Cor. 13.9;

Heb. 6.1.

PERFECTLY. Jer. 23.20; Acts 18.26; 1 Cor. 1.10.

PERFECTNESS. Col. 3.14.

PERFORM. Ex. 18. 18, not able to p. it thyself

alone.

Esth. 5. 6; 7.2, to half of kingdom it shall be p. Job 5.12, cannot p. their enterprise. Ps. 65.1, unto thee shall the vow be p. 119.106, I have sworn and I will p. it. Isa. 9.7, zeal of the Lord will p. this. 44. 28, shall p. all my pleasure. Jer. 29.10; 33.14, I will p. my good word. Rom. 4.21, able also to p. 7.18, how p. to good I nnd not. Phil. 1.6, p. it until day of Christ. See Job 23.14; Ps. 57.2; Jer. 35.14; Mat. 5. 33.

PERFORMANCE. Lu. 1. 45; 2 Cor. 8.11.

PERIL. Lam. 5.9; Rom. 8.35; 2 Cor. 11.26.

PERILOUS. 2 Tim. 3.1.

PERISH. Num. 17.12, we die, we p., we all p. Deut. 26. 5, a Syrian ready to p. Job 4.7, who ever p.> being innocent. 29.13, blessing of him that was ready top. 34.15, all flesh shall p. together. Ps. 1. 6, way of ungodly shall p. 37.20,  the wicked shall p. 49.12, like the beasts that p. 235

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Ps. 80.16, they p. at rebuke of thy countenance. 102.26, they shall p. but thou. Prov. 11.10; 28. 28, when the wicked p. 29.18, no vision, the people p. 31.6, strong drink to him that is ready to p. Isa. 27.13, they shall come that were ready to p. Jer. 7. 28, truth is p.

Jonah 1.6; 3.9, God will think on us, that we p. not. 14,  let us not p. for this man's life. Mat. 8. 25; Lu. 8. 24, save us, we p. 18.14, that-one of these little ones should p. 26.52, shall p. with the sword. Mk. 4.38, carest thou not that we p. Lu. 13.3, 5, ye shall all likewise p. 15.17,  I p. with hunger. 21.18,  not an hair of your head p. John 6. 27, the meat which p. Acts 8. 20, thy money p. with thee. CoL2. 22, which are to p. with the using. 2 Pet. 3. 9, not willing that any should p.

See Ps. 2.12; Jer. 6.21; John 10.28; Rom. 2.12.

PERMISSION. 1 Cor. 7. 6.

PERMIT. 1 Cor. 14. 34; 16. 7 ; Heb. 6.3.

PERNICIOUS. 2 Pet. 2. 2.

PERPETUAL. Ex. 31.16, sabbath for a p. covenant.

Lev. 25.34, their p. possession. Ps. 9.6, destructions are come to a p. end. 74.3; Jer. 25.9; Ezek. 35.9, the p. desolations. Jer. 8. 5, a p. backsliding. 15.18, why is my pain p. ? Hab. 3.6, the p. hills.

See Gen. 9.12; Jer. 5.22; 50. 5; 51. 39; Ezek. 46.14.

PERPETUALLY. 1 Kings 9. 3; 2 Chron. 7.16;

Amos 1.11.

PERPLEXED. Lu. 9. 7 ; 24. 4 ; 2 Cor. 4.8.

PERPLEXITY. Isa. 22.5; Mic. 7.4; Lu. 21.25.

PERSECUTE. Job 19. 22, why do ye p. me ? Ps. 7.1, save me from them that p. me. 10.2, the wicked doth p. the poor. 71.11, p. and take him, there is none to deliver. 143.3, the enemy hath p. my soul. Mat. 5.11,12, blessed when men p. you. 44, pray for them that p. you. John 15.20, if they have p. me. Acts 9.4; 22.7 ; 26.14, why p. thou me ? 22.4, In. this way unto death. 26.11, I p. them even to strange cities. 1 Cor 4.12, being p., we suiter it. 15. 9; Gal. 1.13,1 p. the church of God. 2 Cor 4. 9, p. but not forsaken.

Phil. 3.6, concerning zeal, p. the church. Bee John 5.16; Acts 7. 52; Rom. 12. 14; Gal. 1. 23 ; 4. 29.

PERSECUTION. Mat. 13. 21; Mk. 4.17, when p. ariseth. 2 Cor. 12.10, take pleasure in p. 2 Tim. 3.12, godly shall suffer p.

See Lam. 5.5; Acts 8.1; Gal. 6.12; 1 Tim. 1.13.

PERSEVERANCE. Eph. 6.18.

PERSON. Deut. 10.17; 2 Sam. 14.14, God, which regardeth not p. 2 Sam. 17.11, go to battle in thine own p.

Ps. 15.4; Isa. 32. 5, 6, vile p. 26.4; Prov. 12.11; 28.19, with vain j». 105. 37, not one feeble p.

Mat. 22.16; Mk. 12.14, regardest not p. of men. 2 Cor. 2.10, forgave I it in the p. of Christ.

Heb. 1. 3, the express image of his p. 2 Pet. 3.11, what manner of p. ought ye to be ?

See Mai. 1. 8; Lu. 15. 7 ; Heb. 12.16 ; Jude 16.

PERSUADE. 1 Kings 22.20, who shall p. Ahab ?

Prov. 25.15, by long forbearing is a prince p.

Mat. 28.14, we will p. him and secure you.

Acts 26. 28, almost thou p. me.

Rom. 14.5, let every man be fully p. 2 Cor. 5.11, we p. men.

Gal. 1.10, do I now p. men or God ?

Heb. 6.9, we are p. better things of you. See 2 Kings 18.32; 2 Chron. 18.2 ; 2 Tim. 1.12.

PERTAIN. Rom. 15.17 ; 1 Cor. 6. 3; 2 Pet. 1. 3.

PERVERSE. Deut. 32. 5, a p. and crooked generation.

Job 6.30, cannot my taste discern p. things ? Prov. 4.24, p. lips put far from thee. 12.8, p. heart shall be despised. 17. 20, p. tongue falleth into mischief. 23. 33, thine heart shall utter p. things. Phil. 2.15, in the midst of a p. nation. See Num. 23. 21; Isa. 30.12; 1 Tim. 6.5.

PERVERT. Deut. 16.19, a gift doth p. words. Job 8. 3, doth God p. judgment ? Prov. 10.9, he that p. his ways shall be known. 19. 3, the foolishness of man p. his way. Jer. 3.21, they have p. their way. 23.36, ye have p. the words of God. Acts 13.10, not cease to p. right ways. Gal. 1. 7, would p. the gospel. See Eccl. 5.8; Mic. 3. 9 ; Lu. 23.2.

PESTILENCE. Ex. 5. 3; 9.15; Jer. 42.17; 44.13.

PESTILENT. Acts 24. 5.

PETITION. 1 Sam. 1.17, God of Israel grant thee

thy p. 1 Kings 2. 20, one small p. Esth. 5. 6; 7.2; 9.12, what is thy p. ? Dan. 6.7, whosoever shall ask a p. 13, maketh his p. three times a day. See Esth. 7. 3; Ps. 20. 5; 1 John 5.15.

PHILOSOPHY. Col. 2. 8.

PICK. Prov. 30.17.

PICTURES. Num. 33.52; Prov. 25.11; Isa. 2.16.

PIECE. 1 Sam. 2. 36; Prov. 6. 26; 28. 21, a p. of bread. 15.33, Samuel hewed A gag in p. Ps. 7. 2, rending in p. while none to deliver. 50. 22, consider, lest I tear you in p. Jer. 23. 29, hammer that breaketh rock in p. Amos 4. 7, one p. was rained upon. Zech. 11.12, weighed for my price thirty p. 13; Mat, 27. 6, 9, took thirty p. of silver. See Lu. 14.18; Acts 19.19 ; 23.10 ; 27. 44.

PIERCE. 2 Kings 18.21; Isa. 36.6, into his hand

and p. it. Zech. 12.10; John 19.37, look on me whom they

have p. 1 Tim. 6.10, p. themselves with many sorrows. See Isa. 27.1; Lu. 2. 35; Heb. 4.12; Rev. 1. 7.

PILE. Isa. 30. 33; Ezek. 24. 9.

PILLAR. Job 9. 6; 26.11, the p. thereof tremble. Prov. 9.1, she hath hewn out her seven p. Gal. 2. 9, Cephas and John, who seemed to be p. 1 Tim. 3.15, the p. and ground, of the truth. Rev. 3.12, that overcometh will I make a p. See Isa. 19.19 ; Jer. 1.18; Joel 2. 30 ; Rev. 10.1.

PILLOW. Gen. 28.11; 1 Sam. 19.13; Ezek. 13.18;

Mk. 4. 38.

PILOTS. Ezek. 27. 8.

PIN. Judg. 16.14; Ezek. 15. 3.

PINE. Lev. 26. 39; Lam. 4. 9; Isa. 38.12; Ezek. 24. 23.

PIPE. Isa. 5.12, the harp and p. are in their feasts. Mat. 11.17 ; Lu. 7. 32, we have p. unto you. 1 Cor. 14. 7, how shall it be known what is p. ? Rev. 18. 22, voice of p. shall be heard no more. See 1 Sam. 10. 5; 1 Kings 1.40; Isa. 30. 29.

PIT. Gen. 37. 20, cast him into some p. Ex. 21. 33, 34, if a man dig a p. Num. 16. 30, 33, go down quick to the p. Job 33.24, deliver him from going down into thep. Ps. 28.1; 143. 7, like them that go down into the p. 40. 2, out of an horrible p. Prov. 22.14; 23. 27, a deep p. 28.10, shall fall into his own p. Isa. 38.17, the p. of corruption. Mat. 12.11; Lu. 14. 5, fall into a p. on sabbath. 286

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PITCHER. Gen. 24.14; Judg. 7.16; Eccl. 12. 6;

Lam. 4. 2.

PITIFUL. Lam. 4.10; Jas. 5.11; 1 Pet. 3. 8.

PITY. Deut. 7.16; 13. 8; 19.13, thine eye shall

have no p.

Joh 19. 21, have p. on me, my friends. Ps. 69. 20, I looked for some To take p. Prov. 19.17, that hath p. on the poor lendeth. 28.  8, gather for him that will p. the poor. Isa. 13.18, they shall have no p. on fruit. 63. 9, in his p. he redeemed them. Jer. 13.14, I will not p. nor spare. Ezek. 16. 5, none eye p. thee. 24. 21, I will profane what your soul p. Joel 2.18, the Lord will p. his people. Zech. 11. 5, their own shepherds p. them not. Mat. 18. 33, as I had p. on thee. See Ps. 103.13; Jer. 15. 5; Lam. 2. 2; Jonah 4.10.

PLACE. Ex. 3. 5; Josh. 5.15, p. whereon thou

sta,ndest is holy.

Judg. 18.10, a p. where there is no want. 2 Kings 5.11, strike his hand over the p. 6.1; Isa. 49. 20, the p. is too strait for us. Ps. 26. 8, the p. where thine honour dwelleth. 32. 7; 119.114, thou art my hiding p. 37.10, thou shalt diligently consider his p. 74.20, the dark p. of the earth. 90.1, our dwelling p. Prov. 14. 26, his children have a p. of refuge. 15. 3, the eyes of the Lord in every p. Eccl. 3. 20, all go to one p. Isa. 5. 8, lay field to field, till there he no p. 60.13, the p. of my feet. 66.1, where is the p. of my rest? Jer. 6. 3, they shall feed every one in his p. Mic. 1. 3, the Lord cometh out of his p. Zech. 10.10, p. shall not be found for them. Mai. 1.11, in every p. incense shall be offered. Mat. 28. 6; Mk. 16. 6, see the p. "where the Lord

lay. Lu. 10.1, two and two into every p. 14. 9, give this man p. John 8. 37, my word hath no p. in you. 18. 2, Judas knew the p. Acts 2.1, with one accord in one p. 4. 31, the p. was shaken. Rom. 12.19, rather give p. to wrath. Eph. 4. 27, neither give p. to the devil. Heb. 12.17, found no p. of repentance. Rev. 20.11, there was found no p. for them. See Ps. 16. 6; Isa. 40. 4; Eph. 1. 3; 2. 6; 3.10.

PLAGUE. Lev. 26. 21, I will bring seven times

more p.

Deut, 28.59, will make thy p. wonderful. 29.22, when they see the p. of that land. 1 Kings 8. 38, every man the p. of his own heart. Ps. 73. 5, nor are they p. like other men. 91.10, nor any p. come nigh thy dwelling. Hos. 13.14, O death, I will be thy p. Rev. 18.4, that ye receive not of her p. 22.18,  shall add to him the p. written.

See Lev. 14. 35 ; Num. 8.19 ; 16.46 ; Mk. 3.10.

PLAIN. Gen. 25. 27, Jacob was a p. man, Ps. 27.11, lead me in a p. path. Prov. 8.9, they are p. to him that understandeth. 15.19,  the way of the righteous is made p. Isa. 40.4, rough places p.

Hab. 2.2, write the vision, make it p. See Gen. 13.10; 19.17 ; Isa. 28.25 ; Mk. 7. 35.

PLAINLY. Deut. 27. 8, write the words very p. Isa. 32.4, stammerers shall speak p. John 10. 24, tell us p. 16.25, I shall show you p. of the Father. 29,  now speakest thou p.

See Ex. 21.5; Ezra 4.18; John 11.14; 2 Cor. 3.12.

PLAITING. 1 Pet. 3.3.

PLANES. Isa. 44.13.

PLANT.(w.). Job 14.9, bring forth boughs like a p.

Ps. 128.3, children like olive p.

Ps. 144.12, sons as p. grown up. Isa. 5. 7 ; 17.10, his pleasant p. 16. 8, broken down principal p. 53. 2, as a tender p. Ezek. 34. 29, a p. of renown. Mat. 15.13, every p. my Father hath not planted. See Gen. 2. 5; 1 Chron. 4.23 ; Jer. 48.32.

PLANT.(v.). Num. 24. 6, as trees which the Lord

hath p. 2 Sam. 7.10 ; 1 Chron. 17. 9, I will p. them. Ps. 1. 3; Jer. 17.8, like a tree p. 80.15, the vineyard thy right hand hath p. 92.13, p. in the house of the Lord. 94. 9, he that p. the ear. Jer. 2.21, I had p. the» a noble vine. Ezek. 17.10, being p. shall it prosper ? Lu. 17. 6, be thou p. in the sea. Rom. 6. 5, if we have been p. together. 1 Cor. 3. 6, I have p. See Mat. 21. 33; Mk. 12.1; Lu. 20.9.

PLATE. Ex. 28. 36; 39. 30; Jer. 10. 9.

PLATTED. Mat. 27. 29 ; Mk. 15.17 ; John 19.2.

PLATTER. Mat. 23. 25; Lu. 11.39.

PLAY. Ex. 32.6; 1 Cor. 10.7, people rose up to p. 1 Sam 16.17, a man that can p. well. 2 Sam 6. 21, I will p. before the Lord. 10.12, let us p. the men.

Job 41. 5, wilt thou p. with him ?

Ps. 33. 3, p. skilfully with a loud noise.

Isa. 11. 8, the sucking child shall p.

Ezek. 33. 32, can p. well on au instrument.

See 2 Sam. 2.14; 1 Chron. 15.29; Ps. 68.25; Zech. 8.5.

PLEA. Deut. 17.8.

PLEAD. Judg. 6.31,32, will ye p. for Baal ? Job 9.19, who shall set me a time to p. ? 13.19, who will p. with me ? 16,21, that one might p. for a man. 23.6, will he p. against me with his great power? Isa. 1.17, p. for the widow. 3.13, the Lord standeth up to p. 43.26, let us p. together. 59.4, none p. for truth. Jer. 2.9, I will yet p. with you. Lam. 3. 58, thou hast p. the causes of my soul. Joel 3. 2, I will p. with them for my people. See 1 Sam. 25. 39; Job 13.6; Isa. 66.16; Hos. 2.2.

PLEASANT. Gen. 3. 6, p. to the eyes. 2 Sam. 1. 23, were p. in their lives. 26, very p. hast thou been to me. Ps. 16. 6, lines fallen in p. places. 106.24, they despised the p. land. 133.1, how p. for brethren to dwell together. Prov. 2.10, knowledge is p. to thy soul. 15.26, the words of the pure are p. words. 16. 24, p. words are as honeycomb. Eccl. 11. 7, it is p. to behold the sun. Cant, 4.13,16; 7.13, with p. fruits. Isa. 6i. 11, ourp. things are laid waste. Jer. 31. 20, is Ephraim a p. child? Ezek. 33. 32, of one that hath a p. voice. Dan. 10. 3, I ate no p. bread. See Amos 5.11; Mic. 2. 9; Nah. 2. 9; Zech. 7.14.

PLEASANTNESS. Prov. 3.17.

PLEASE. 1 Kings 3.10, the speech p. the Lord. Ps. 51.19, then shalt thou be p. with sacrifices. 115. 3 ; 135. 6; Jonah 1.14, he hath done whatsoever he p.

Prov. 16. 7, when a man's ways p. the Lord. Isa. 2. 6, they p. themselves in children of strangers. 53.10,  it p. the Lord to bruise him. 55.11,  accomplish that which I p. Mic. 6. 7, will the Lord be p. with rams? Mai. 1. 8, offer it, will he be p. with thee? John 8. 29, I do always those things that p. him. Rom. 8. 8, in the flesh cannot p. God. 15.1, to bear, and not to p. ourselves. 3, even Christ p. not himself. 287

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1 Cor. 1. 21, it p. God by the foolishness of preaching. 10. 33, as I p. men in all things. Gal. 1.10, do I seek to p. men? Eph. 6. 6 ; Col. 3.22, as men-p. Heb. 11.6, without faith it is impossible to p. God. See 1 Cor. 7. 32; Col. 1. 19; 1 Thess. 2. 4; 1 John 3.22.

PLEASURE. 1 Chron. 29.17, hast p. in upright-

Esth. 1 8, do according to every man's p. Job 21. 21, what p. hath he in his house? 25, another never eateth with p. 22.3, is it any p. to the Almighty ? Ps. 16.11, p. for evermore. 35. 27, hath p. in the prosperity of his servants. 51.18, do good in thy good p. 102.14, thy servants take p. in her stones. 103. 21, ye ministers of his that do his p. 111. 2, of all them that have p. therein. 147.11, taketh p. in them that fear him. 149.4, the Lord taketh p. in his people. Prov. 21.17, he that loveth p. shall be poor. Eccl. 5.4, he hath no p. in fools. 12.1, I have no p. in them. Isa. 44.28, Cyrus shall perform all my p. 53.10, the p. of the Lord shall prosper. 58.3,  in the day of your fast ye find p. 13, doing thy p. on my holy day.

Jer. 22.28"-; 48.38; Hos. 8.8, a vessel wherein is no p. Ezek. 18.23 ; 33.11, have I any p. ? Mai. 1.10, I have no p. in you, saith the Lord. Lu. 8.14, choked with p. of this life. 12.32, Father's good p. Eph. 1. 5, the good p. of his will. Phil. 2.13, to will and to do of his good p. 1 Tim. 5.J3, she that liveth in p. 2 Tim. 3.4, lovers of p.

Heb. 10.38, my soul shall have no p. in him. 11.25, the p. of sin for a season. 12.10,  chastened us after their own p. Jas. 5.5, ye have lived in p. on earth. Rev. 4.11, for thy p. they were created.

See Gen. 18.12; Ps. 5.4; Eccl. 2 1; Tit. 3.3; 2 Pet. 2.13.

PLENTEOUS. Ps. 86.5; 103.8, p. in mercy. 130. 7, p. redemption. Hab. 1.-16, portion fat and meat p. Mat. 9. 37, the harvest truly is p. See Gen. 41. 34; Deut, 28.11; 30. 9; Prov. 21. 5;

Isa. 30. 23.

PLENTIFUL. Ps. 31. 23; 68.9; Jer. 2. 7; 48.33;

Lu. 12.16.

PLENTY. Gen. 27.28, p. of corn and wine. Job 22. 25, p. of silver. 37.23,  p. of justice.

Prov. 3.10, barns filled with p.

See 2 Chron. 31.10; Prov. 28.19; Jer. 44.17; Joel 2. 26.

PLOW. Job 4.8, that p. iniquity shall reap. Prov. 20. 4, not p. by reason of cold. 21.4,  the p. of the wicked is sin.

Isa. 2.4; Mic. 4. 3, beat swords into ^.-shares. 28.24,  doth plowman p. all day to sow ? Joel 3.10, beat your p.-shares into sw^ords. Amos 9.13, thep.-man overtake the reaper.

See Deut. 22.10; 1 Sam. 14.14; Job 1.14; 1 Cor. 9.10.

PLUCK. Deut. 23. 25, mayest p. the ears with

thy hand. 2 Chron. 7.20, then will I p. them up. Job 24. 9, they p. the fatherless from the breast. Ps. 25.15, he shall p. my feet out of the net. 74.11,  p. it out of thy bosom.

Prov. 14.1, foolish p. it down with her hands.

Eccl. 3. 2, a time top. up.

Isa. 50. 6, my cheeks to them that p.

Jer. 22.24, yet I would p. thee thence.

Amos 4.11; Zech. 3. 2, a firebrand p. out.

Mat. 5.29; 18.9; Mk. 9.47, offend thee, p. it out.

Mat. 12.1; Mk. 2.23; Lu. 6.1, began to p. ears. John 10. 28, nor shall any p. out of my hand. See Gen. 8.11; Lu. 17. 6; Gal. 4.15; Jude 12.

POINT. Jer. 17.1, written with the p. of a diamond. Heb. 4.15, in all p. tempted. Jas. 2.10, yet offend in one p. See Gen. 25. 32; Eccl. 5.16; Mk. 5.23; John 4.47.

POLE. Num. 21. 8.

POLICY. Dan. 8. 25.

POLISHED. Ps. 144. 12; Isa. 49. 2; Lam. 4. 7 ;

Dan. 10. 6.

POLL. 2 Sam. 14.26; Ezek. 44.20; Mic. 1.16.

POMP. Isa. 5.14; 14.11; Ezek. 7.24; 30.18; Acts 25. 23.

PONDER. Prov. 4. 26, p. the path of thy feet. 5. 6, lest thou shouldest p. 21, the Lord p. all his goings. See Prov. 21.2; 24.12; Lu. 2.19.

POOL. Ps. 84. 6; Isa. 35. 7; 41.18; John 5. 2; 9.7.

POOR. Ex. 30.15, the p. shall not give less. Deut. 15.11, the p. shall never cease. 2 Kings 24.14, none remained, save p. sort. Job 24. 4, the p. of the earth hide. 29.16, I was a father to the p. Ps. 10.14, the p. committeth himself to thee. 34. 6, this p. man cried. 40.17 ; 69.29 ; 70. 5; 86.1; 109.22, I am p. 49.2, rich and p. together. Prov. 10.4, becometh p. that dealeth with slack hand. 13.23, food in the tillage of the p. 18.23, the p. useth entreaties. 22.2, rich and p. meet together. 30. 9, lest I be p. and steal.

Isa. 41.17, when p. and needy seek water.

Amos 2.6, they sold the p.

Zech. 11. 7,11, I will feed even you, O p. of the

flock.

Mat. 5.3, blessed are the p. in spirit. 2 Cor. 6.10, as p., yet making many rich. 8. 9, for your sakes he became p. See Lev. 27.8; Jas. 2. 2; Rev. 3.17 ; 13.16.

POPULOUS. Deut. 26.5; Nah. 3. 8.

PORTION. Gen. 31.14, is there yet any p. for us? 48.22, one p. above thy brethren. Deut. 32. 9, the Lord's p. is his people. 2 Kings 2. 9, a double p. of thy spirit. Neh. 8.10; Esth. 9.19, send p. to them. Job 20.29, this is the p. of a wicked man. 24.18, their p. is cursed. 26.14; 27.13, how little a p. is heard of him ? 31. 2, what p. of God is there from above ? Ps. 11. 6, this shall be the p. of their cup. 16. 5, Lord is the p. of mine inheritance. 17.14, have their p. in this life. 73.26, God is my p. 119.57 ; 142.5, thou art my p., O Lord. Prov. 31.15, giveth a p. to her maidens. Eccl. 2.10, this was my p. of all my labour. 3.22; 5.18 ; 9. 9, rejoice, for that is his p. 5.19, God hath given power to take p. 9.6, nor have they any more p. for ever. 11. 2, give a p. to seven. Isa. 53.12, divide a p. with the great. 61.7, they shall rejoice in their p. Jer. 10.16; 51.19, p. of Jacob not like them. 12.10, my pleasant p. a wilderness. 52. 34, every day a p. Dan. 1.8, with p. of king's meat. Mic. 2.4, he hath changed the p. of my people. Mat. 24. 51, appoint him p. with hypocrites. Lu. 12. 42, their p. in due season. 46, his p. with unbelievers. 15.12, the p. of goods that falleth. See Gen. 47. 22; Josh. 17.14 ; Dan. 4.15; 11.26.

POSSESS. Gen. 22.17 ; 24.60, thy seed shall p. the

gate. Job 7.3, made to p. months of vanity. 13.26, p. iniquities of my youth. 288

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Prov. 8.22, the Lord p. me in beginning. Lu. 18.12, I give tithes of all I p. 21.19, in patience p. your souls. See Lu. 12.15; Acts 4. 32; 1 Cor. 7. 30; 2 Cor. 6.10.

POSSESSION. Gen. 17. 8; 48.4, an everlasting p. Prov. 28.10, good things in p. Eccl. 2. 7; Mat. 19. 22; Mk. 10.22, great p. Acts 2.45, and sold their p. Eph. 1.14, redemption of purchased p. See Lev. 25.10; 27.16; 1 Kings 21.15.

POSSIBLE. Mat. 19. 26; Mk. 10. 27, with God all things are p. 24.24; Mk. 13.22, if p. deceive elect. 26. 39 ; Mk. 14. 35, 36, if p. let this cup. Mk. 9. 23, all things are p. to him that believeth. 14. 36; Lu. 18. 27, all things are p. to thee. Rom. 12.18, if p. live peaceably. See Acts 2.24 ; 20.16 ; Gal. 4.15; Heb. 10.4.

POST. Deut. 6. 9 ; Job 9.25; Jer. 51.31; Amos 9.1.

POSTERITY. Gen. 45. 7; Ps. 49.13; 109.13; Dan. 11.4.

POT. 2 Kings 4. 2, not anything save a p. of oil. 40, there is death in the p. Job 41.31, maketh the deep boil like a p. Zech. 14. 21, every p. shall be holiness. Mk. 7. 4, the washing of cups and p. John 2. 6, six water-p.

See Ex. 16. 33; Jer. 1.13 ; John 4. 28 ; Heb. 9. 4.

POTENTATE. 1 Tim. 6.15.

POUND. Lu. 19.13; John 12.13.

POUR. Job 10. 10, hast thou not p. me out as milk. 29.6, rock p. out rivers of oil. 30.16, my soul is p. out upon me. Ps. 45.2, grace is p. into thy lips. 62.8, p. out your heart before him. Prov. 1. 23; Isa. 44. 3; Joel 2. 28, 29; Acts 2.17, 18, I will p. put my Spirit. Cant. 1. 3, as ointment p. forth. Isa. 26.16, p. out prayer when chastening. 32.15, till the spirit be p. on us. 44. 3, I will p. water on thirsty. 53.12, p. out his soul unto death. Jer. 7.20; 42.18, my fury shall be p. out' Lam. 2.19, p. out thine heart like water. Nah. 1.6, fury is p. out like fire. Mai. 3.10, if I will not p. out a blessing. Mat. 26. 7 ; Mk. 14. 3, p. ointment on his head. John 2.15, he p. out the changers' money. See 2 Sam. 23.16; 2 Kings 3.11; Rev. 14.10; 16,1.

POURTRAY. Ezek. 4.1; 8.10; 23.14.

POVERTY. Gen. 45.11; Prov. 20. 13, lest thou

come to p.

Prov. 6.11; 24. 34, thy p. come as one that tra-velleth. 10.15, destruction of poor is p. 11.24, it tendeth to p. 13.18, p. to him that refuseth instruction. 28.19,  shall have p. enough. 30.8, give me neither p. nor riches. 31. 7, drink and forget his p. See Prov. 23.21; 2 Cor. 8. 2; Rev. 2.9.

POWDER. Ex. 32.20; 2 Kings 23. 6; Mat. 21.44.

POWER. Gen. 32.28; Hos. 12.3, hast thou p. with

God.

Ex. 15. 6, glorious in p. Lev. 26.19, the pride of your p. Deut. 8.18, he giveth thee p. to get -wealth. 2 Sam. 22. 33, God is my strength and p. 1 Chron 29.11; Mat. 6.13, thine is the p. and glory. 2 Chron 25.8, God hath p. to help. Job 26.2, him that is without p. Ps. 49.15, from the p. of the grave. 65.6, being girded with p. 90.11, who knoweth p. of thine anger. Prov. 3.27, when it is in p. to do it. 18. 21, in the p. of the tongue. Eccl. 5.19; 6.2, p. to eat thereof.

Eccl. 8.4, where word of king is, there is p.

Isa. 40. 29, he giveth p. to the faint.

Mic. 3. 8, full of p. by the spirit.

Hab. 3. 4, the hiding of his p.

Zech. 4. 6, not by might, nor by p.

Mat. 9.6; Mk. 2.10; Lu. 5.24, p. on earth to forgive. 8,  who had given such p. to men. 24. 30 ; Lu. 21. 27, coming in clouds with p. 28.18, all p. is given to me.

Lu. 1. 35, the p. of the Highest. 4. 6, all this p. will I give thee. 14, Jesus returned in the p. of the Spirit. 32, his word was with p. 5.17, the p. of the Lord was present. 9. 43, amazed at the mighty p. of God. 12. 5, that hath p. to" cast into hell. 11, bring you unto magistrates and p. 22. 53, your hour and the p. of darkness. 24.49, with p. from on high.

John 1.12, p. to become sons of God. 10.18, I have p. to lay it down. 17.2, p. over all flesh. 19.10, I have p. to crucify thee. Acts 1.8, p. after the Holy Ghost is come. 3.12, as though by our own p. 5. 4, was it not in thine own p. 8.10,  this man is the great p. of God. 19, give me also this p. 26.18, from the p. of Satan unto God. Rom. 1. 20, his eternal p. and Godhead. 9.17, that 1 might show my p. in thee. 13.2, whosoever resisteth the p. 1 Cor 15.43, it is raised in p.

Eph. 2.2, prince of the p. of the air. 3. 7, the effectual working of his p. Phil. 3.10, the p. of his resurrection. 2 Thess 1. 9, from the glory of his p. 2 Tim>l. 7,/spirit of p. and" love. 3. 5, fornl of godliness, but denying the p. Heb. 2.14, him that had p. of death. 6.5, the p. of the world to come. 7.16, the .p. of an endless life. Rev. 2.26, to him will I give p. 4.11,  worthy to receive p.

See Mat. 22. 29; Lu. 22. 69: Rom. 1.16.

POWERFUL. Ps. 29.4; 2 Cor. 10.10; Heb. 4.12.

PRAISE.(%.). Ex. 15.11, fearful in p. Deut. 10.21, he is thy p. and thy God. Judg. 5. 3 ; Ps. 7.17 ; 9.2; 57. 7 ; 61. 8 ; 104. 33, I

will sing p.

Neh. 9. 5, above all blessing and p. Ps. 22.3, that inhabitest the p. of Israel. 25,  my p. shall be of thee. 33.1; 147.1, p. is comely for the upright. 34.1, his p. continually be in my mouth. 50.23, whoso ofl'ereth p. glorifieth me. 65.1,  p. waiteth for thee. 66.2,  make his p. glorious. 109.1, O God of my p. 148.14, the p. of all his saints. Prov. 27.21, so is a man to his p. Isa. 60.18, call thy gates P. 61.3,  garment of p. 62. 7, a p. in the earth.

Jer. 13.11, that they might be to me for a p. 49. 25, how is the city of p. Hab. 3. 3, earth was full of his p. Zeph. 3. 30, a p. among all people. John 9. 24, give God the p. 12.43, the p. of men. Rom. 2.29, whose p. is not of men. 13. 3, thou shalt have p. 1 Cor 4. 5, every man have p. of God. 2 Cor 8.18, whose p. is in the gospel. Eph. 1.6,12, p. of glory of his grace. Phil. 4. 8, if there be any p.

Heb. 13.15, offer sacrifice of p. 1 Pet. 2.14, p. of them that do well. 4.11, to whom be p. and dominion. See 2 Chron. 29.30; Acts 16.25; 1 Pet. 2.9. 289

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PRAISE.(v.). Gen. 49.8, whom thy brethren shall p. 2 Sam. 14.25, none to be so much p. Ps. 30. 9, shall the dust p. thee? 42. 5,11; 43.5, I shall yet p. him. 45.17,  therefore shall the people p. thee. 49.18,  men will p. thee when thou doest well. 63. 3, my lips shall p. thee. 67.3,5, let the people p. thee. 71.14,  I will yet p. thee more and more. 72.15,  daily shall he be p. 76.10, the wrath of man shall p. thee. 88.10, shall the dead arise and p. thee? 107.32, p. him in the assembly. 115.17, the dead p. not. 119.164, seven times a day do I p. thee. 145.4, one generation shall p. thy works. 10, all thy works shall p. thee. Prov. 27.2, let another p. thee. 31.31, her own works p. her in the gates. Isa. 38.19, the living shall p. thee. See Lu. 2.13; 24.53 ; Acts 2.47 ; 3. 8.

PRANCING. Judg. 5.22; Nah. 3. 2.

PRATING. Prov. 10. 8; 3 John 10.

PRAY. Gen. 20. 7, a prophet and shall p. for thee. 1 Sam 7. 5, I will p. for you to the Lord. 12. 23, sin in ceasing to p. for you. 2 Chron 7.14, if my people shall p. Ezra 6.10, p. for the life of the king. Job 21.15, what profit if we p. to him. Ps. 5.2, to thee will I p. 55.17, evening, morning, and at noon will I p. 122.6, p. for the peace of Jerusalem. Isa. 45. 20, p. to a god that cannot save. Jer. 7.16; 11.14; 14.11, p. not for this people. 37. 3; 42. 2, 20, p. now to the Lord for us. Zech. 7. 2, they sent men to p. Mat. 5.44, and p. for them which despitefully use you. 6. 5, they love to p. standing. 14.23; Mk. 6. 46 ; Lu. 6.12 ; 9. 28, apart top. 26. 36; Mk. 14. 32, while I p. yonder. Mk. 11.25, and when ye stand p., forgive. Lu. 11.1, Lord, teach us to p. 18.1, men ought always to p. John 14.16 ; 16. 26, I will p. the Father. 17. 9, I p. for them, I p. not for the world. 20, neither p. I for these alone. Acts 9.11, behold he p. Rom. 8.26, know not what we should p. for. 1 Cor. 14.15, I will p. with the spirit, and p. with

understanding also. Eph. 6.18, p. always with all prayer. 1 Thess. 5.17, p. without ceasing. 1 Tim. 2. 8, that men p. everywhere. Jas. 5.13, is any afflicted? let him p. 16, p. one for another. 1 John 5.16, I do not say he shall p. for it. See Lu. 9. 29 ; 1 Cor. 11.4; 14.14 ; 1 Thess. 5. 25.

PRAYER. 2 Chron. 7.15, ears shall be attent to

the p. Job 15.4, thou restrainest p. 16.17; Ps. 4.1; 5.3; 6.9; 17.1; 35.13; 39.12; 66.19; Lam. 3. 8, my p. Ps. 65.2, thou that he'arest p. 72.15, p. shall be made continually. 109. 4, I give myself to p. Prov. 15.8, the p. of the upright. Isa. 1.15, when ye make many p. 56. 7 ; Mat. 21.13; Mk. 11.17 ; Lu. 19. 46, house of p. Mat. 21. 22, whatever ye ask in p., believing. 23.14 ; Mk. 12. 40; Lu. 20. 47, long p. Lu. 6.12, all night in p. to God. Acts 3.1, the hour of p. 6.4, give ourselves continually top. 12. 5, p. was made without ceasing. 16.13, where p. was wont to be made. Phil. 4.6, in everything by p. Jas. 5.15, p. of faith shall save the sick. 16, effectual fervent p. of a righteous man, 1 Pet. 4.7, watch unto p. Rev. 5. 8; 8.3, the p. of the saints. See Ps. 72.20; Dan. 9.21; Rom. 12.12; Col. 4. 2.

PREACH. Neh. 6. 7, appointed prophets to p. of

thee.

Isa. 61.1, to p. good tidings. Jonah 3. 2, p. the preaching I bid thee. Mat. 4.17; 10.7, Jesus began to p. 11.1, to p. in their cities. 5, the poor have the gospel p. Mk. 2.2, he p. the word to them. 16.20,  and p. everywhere.

Lu. 9.60, go thou and p. kingdom of God. Acts 8.5, and p. Christ unto them. 10.36, p. peace by Jesus Christ. 13.38, through this man is p. forgiveness. 17.18, he p. Jesus and the resurrection. Rom. 2. 21, thou that p. a man should not steal. 10.15, how shall they p. except. 1 Cor 1,18, the p. of the cross is foolishness. 21, by the foolishness of p. 23, but we p. Christ crucified. 9.27. lest when I have p. to others. 15.11, so we p. and so ye believed. 14, then is our p. vain. 2 Cor 4.5, we p. not ourselves.

Phil. 1.15, some p. Christ of envy and strife. 2 Tim. 4.2, p. the word; be instant. Heb. 4. 2, word p. did not profit. 1 Pet. 3.19, p. to spirits in prison. See Ps. 40. 9; 2 Cor. 11.4; Gal. 1. 8 ; Eph. 2.17.

PREACHER. Rom. 10.14, how shall they hear without a p. ? 1 Tim. 2.7, whereunto I am ordained a p. 2 Pet 2. 5, Noah, a p. of righteousness. See Eccl. 1.1; 7.27 ; 12. 8; 2 Tim. 1.11.

PRECEPT. Neli. 9.14, commandedst them p. Isa. 28.10,13, p. must be upon p. 29.13,  taught by p. of men.

Jer. 35.18, ye have kept Jonadab's p. See Ps. 119. 4, etc.; Dan. 9. 5; Mk. 10. 5; Heb. 9 29.

PRECIOUS. Deut. 33.13,14,15,16, p. things. 1 Sam 3.1, the word was p. in those days. 26.21,  my soul was p. in thine eyes. 2 Kings 1.13, let my life be p. Ezra 8. 27, fine copper, p. as gold.

Ps. 49. 8, the redemption of their soul is p. 72.14,  p. shall their blood be in his sight. 116.15, p. in sight of the Lord is death of saints. 126. 6, bearing p. seed. 133.2, like p. ointment upon the head. 139.17, how p. are thy thoughts. Prov. 3.15, wisdom more p. than rubies. Eccl. 7.1, good name better than p. ointment. Isa. 13.12, I will make a man more p. 28.16; 1 Pet. 2. 6, a p. corner stone. 43.4. since thou wast p. in my sight. Jer. 15.19, take the p. from the vile. Lam. 4. 2, the p. sons of Zion. 1 Pet 1.7, trial of faith more p. than gold. 19, the p. blood of Christ. 2.7, to you which believe he is p. 2 Pet, 1. , like p. faith. 4, sreat and p. promises. See Mat. 26.7 ; Mk. 14. 3; Jas. 5. 7 ; Rev. 21.11.

PREEMIN ENCE. Eccl. 3.19; Col. 1.18 ; 3 John 9.

PREFER. Ps. 137. 6; John 1.15; Rom. 12. 10; 1 Tim. 5. 21.

PREMEDITATE. Mk. 13.11.

PREPARATION. Prov. 16.1, p. of the heart, Eph. 6.15, feet shod with p. of gospel. See Mat. 27. 62; Mk. 15.42; Lu. 23.54; John 19.14.

PREPARE. 1 Sam. 7. 3, p. your hearts to the

Lord. 2 Cbron. 20.33, as yet the people had not p. Ps. 68.10, thou hast p. of thy goodness. 107. 36, that they may p. a city. Prov. 8. 27, when he p. the heavens I was there. 290

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Isa. 40. 3; Mai. 3.1; Mat. 3.3; Mk. L 2; Lu. 1. 76, p. way of the Lord. 62.10, p. the way of the people. Amos 4.12, p. to meet thy God. Jonah 1.17, Lord had p. a great fish. Mat. 20.23; Mk. 10. 40, to them for whom p. John 14.2, I go to p. a place for you. Horn. 9.23, afore p. to glory. 1 Cor 2. 9, things God hath p. Heb. 10. 5, a body hast thou p. me. See 1 Chron. 22. 5; Ps. 23. 5; Rev. 21.2.

PRESCRIBE. Ezra 7.22; Isa. 10.1.

PRESENCE. Gen. 4.16, Cain went out from the p. of the Lord. 47.15, why should we die in thy p. Ex. 33.15, 'if thy p. go not with me. Job 23.15, I am troubled at his.??. Ps. 16.11, in thy p. is fulness of joy. 17.2, my sentence come forth from thy p. 31. 20, in the secret of thy p. 51.11, cast me not away from thy p. 139. 7, whither shall I flee from thy p. ? Prov. 14. 7, go from p. of a foolish man. Tsa. 63. 9, angel of his p. saved them. Jer. 23. 39; 52. 3, I will cast you out of my p. Jonah 1. 3, to flee from p. of the Lord. Zeph. 1. 7, hold thy peace at p. of the Lord. Lu. 13. 26, we have eaten and drunk in thy p. Acts 3.19, times of refreshing from the p. 2 Cor 10.1,10, who in p. am base. 2 Thess. 1. 9, destruction from the p. of the Lord. See Gen. 16.12; Ps. 23. 5; Prov. 25. 6; Lu. 15.10.

PRESENT. 1 Sam. 10. 27, they brought him no p. Ps. 46.1, a very p. help in trouble. John 14.25, being yet p. with you. Acts 10.33, all here p. before God. Rom. 7.18, to will is p. with me. 21, evil is p. with me. 8.18, sufferings of this p. time. 12.1, p. your bodies a living sacrifice. 1 Cor 7.26, good for the p. distress. 2 Cor 5.8, to be p. with the Lord. 9, whether p. or absent.

Gal. 1. 4, deliver us from this p. world. Col. 1.28, p. every man perfect. 2 Tim. 4.10, having loved this p. world. Tit. 2.12, live godly in this p. world. Heb. 12.11, no chastening for p. seemeth joyous. 2 Pet. 1.12, established in the p. truth. Jude 24, able to p. you faultless. See Ps. 72.10; Mat. 2.11; Lu. 2.22.

PRESENTLY. Prov. 12.16; Mat. 21.19 ; 26. 53.

PRESERVE. Gen. 32. 30, I have seen God, and

my life is p. 45.5, did send me before you to p. life. Job 29.2, as in days when God p. me. Ps. 36. 6, thou p. man and beast. 121. 7, the Lord p. thee from evil. 8, p. thy going out and coming in. Prov. 2. 8, he p. the way of his saints. 11, discretion shall p. thee. 20.28, mercy and truth p. the king. Jer. 49.11, I will p. them alive. Lu. 17.33, lose his life shall p. it. See Nell. 9. 6; Isa. 49. 6; Hos. 12.13 ; Jude 1.

PRESS. Prov. 3.10, p. burst with new wine. Amos 2.13, I a.mp. under you as a cart is p. Mk. 3.10, they p. on him to touch him. Lu. 6. 38, good measure, p. down. 16.16, every man p. into it. Phil. 3.14, I p. toward the mark. See Mk. 2. 4; 5. 27; Lu. 8.19; 19. 3.

PRESUME. Deut, 18.20; Esth. 7. 5.

PRESUMPTUOUS. Num. 15. 30; Ps. 19.13; 2 Pet. 2.10.

PRETENCE. Mat. 23.14; Mk. 12.40; Phil. 1.18.

PREVAIL. Gen. 32. 28; Hos. 12. 4, power with

God, and hast p. Ex. 17.11, Moses held up hand, Israel p. 1 Sam 2.9, by strength shall no man p. Ps. 9.19, let not man p. 65.3, iniquities p. against me. Eccl. 4.12, if one p. against him. Mat. 16.18, gates of hell shall not p. Acts 19. 20, grew word of God and p. See Job 14.20; Jer. 20.7; Lam. 1.16 ; John 12.19.

PREVENT. 2 Sam. 22.6; Ps. 18.5, snares of death

p. me.

Ps. 88.13, in the morning shall my prayer p. thee. 119.147, I p. the dawning of the morning. See Ps. 21. 3; 79. 8; Isa. 21.14 ; 1 Thess. 4.15.

PREY. Isa. 49.24, sh.all the p. be taken from the

mighty ? Jer. 21.9; 38.2; 39.18; 45.5, his life shall be for

a p.

Ezek. 34.22, mv flock shall no more be a p. See Gen. 49.9; !Num. 14.3; Neh. 4.4; Amos 3.4.

PRICE. Lev. 25.52, the p. of his redemption. 2 Sam 24. 24 ; 1 Chron. 21. 22, I will buy it at a p. Acts 5.2, kept back part of the p. 1 Cor. 6. 20 ; 7.23, bought with a p. 1 Pet. 3.4, meek spirit of great p.

See Deut. 23.18; Prov. 31.10; Zech. 11.12.

PRICKS. Num. 33.55; Acts 9. 5 ; 26.14.

PRIDE. Ps. 31.20, hide them from p. of man.

Prov. 8.13, p. do I hate. 14. 3, in mouth of foolish is rod of p.

Isa. 28.1, woe to the crown of p.

Jer. 49.16, p. of thine heart hath deceived thee.

See Mk. 7.22; 1 Tim. 3. 6; 1 John 2.16.

PRIEST. Gen. 14.18; Heb. 7.1, p. of most high

God. Ex. 19.6, a kingdom of p. 1 Sam 2. 35, I will raise up a faithful p. 2 Chron 6. 41; Ps. 132. 16, p. clothed with salvation. 13.9, p. of them that are no gods. 15.3, without a teaching^. Isa. 24. 2, as with the people, so with the p. 28. 7, p. and prophet have erred. 61. 6, shall be named the p. of the Lord. Jer. 13.13, will fill p. with drunkenness. Mic. 3.11, the p. teach for hire. Mai. 2.7, the p. lips should keep knowledge. Lu. 17.14, show yourselves to the p. Acts 6. 7, p. were obedient to the faith. Rev. 1. 6 ; 5.10; 20. 6, kings and p. to God. See Heb. 2.17; 3.1; 4.15; 7. 26.

PRIESTHOOD. Ex. 40.15; Num. 25.13, an everlasting p.

Num. 16.10, seek ye the p. also. Heb. 7.24, an unchangeable p. 1 Pet. 2.5, an holy p. 9, ye are a royal p.

See Num. 18.1; Josh. 18.7; Neh. 13.29.

PRINCE. Gen. 32. 28, as a p. hast thou power. Ex. 2.14; Num. 16.13, who made thee a p. over us? 1 Sam 2.8; Ps. 113.8, to set them among p. 2 Sam 3. 38, a p. fallen in Israel.

Job 12. 21; Ps. 107.40, poureth contempt on p. 21.28, where is the house of the p. ? 31.37, as a p. would I go near him. Ps. 45.16, make p. in all the earth. 118. 9, than to put confidence in p. 146.3, put not your trust in p. Prov. 8.15, by me p. decree justice. 31.4, nor for p. strong drink. Eccl. 10. 7, p. walking as servants. 16, when thy p. eat in the morning. 17,  blessed when p. eat in due season. Isa. 34.12; 40.23, all her p. shall be nothing. Hos. 3. 4, abide many days without a p. Mat. 9. 34; 12.24; Mk. 3.22, by p. of devils. John 12. 31; 14. 30; 16.11, the p. of this world. Acts 3.15, and killed the P. of life. 5.31, exalted to be a P. and Saviour. 291

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1 Cor 2. 6, wisdom of the p. of this world. 8, which none of p. of this world knew.

Eph. 2.2, the p. of the power of the air.

See Isa. 3. 4; Hos. 7. 5 ; Mat. 20. 25.

PRINCIPAL. Prov. 4. 7; Isa. 28. 25; Acts 25.23.

PRINCIPALITY. Eph. 6.12, we wrestle against p. and powers.

Tit. 3.1, to be subject to p.

See Rom. 8.38; Eph. 1.21; 3.10; Col. 1.16.

PRINCIPLES. Heb. 5.12 ; 6.1.

PRINT. Lev. 19.28; Job 13.27 ; 19.23; John 20.25.

PRISON. Ps. 142. 7, bring my soul out of p.

Eccl. 4.14, out of p. he cometh to reign.

Isa. 53. 8, taken from p. and from judgment. 61.1,  opening of the p.

Mat. 5. 25 ; Lu. 12. 58, thou be cast into p. 11.2,  John heard in the p. 25. 36, 39, in p. that ye came unto me. Lu. 22. 33, to go with thee to p. and to death. 2 Cor 11. 23, in p. more frequent. 1 Pet. 3.19, spirits in p.

See Jer. 32.2; 39.14; Lu. 3.20; Acts 5.18.

PRISONER. Ps. 79.11; Zech. 9.12; Mat. 27.16;

Eph. 3.1.

PRIVATE. 2 Pet. 1.20.

PRIVATELY. Mat. 24. 3; Mk. 9. 28; Lu. 10. 23;

Gal. 2. 2.

PRIVILY. Mat. 1.19; 2.7; Acts 16. 37 ; Gal. 2.4; 2 Pet 2 1

PRIZE. ' lCor. 9.24; Phil. 3.14.

PROCEED. Gen. 24. 50, the thing p. from the

Lord.

Deut. 8.3; Mat. 4.4, that p. out of mouth of God. Job 40. 5, I will p. no further. Isa. 29.14, I will p. to do a marvellous work. 51. 4, a law shall p. from me. Jer. 9.3, they p. from evil to evil. Mat. 15.18; Mk. 7.21, p. out of the mouth. John 8.42, I p. forth from God. Jas. 3.10, p. blessing and cursing. See Lu. 4. 22; John 15.26; Eph. 4.29; Rev. 22.1.

PROCLAIM. Ex. 33.19; 34. 5, I will p. the name

of the Lord.

Isa. 61.1, to p. liberty to captives. 2, to p. acceptable year. 62.11, Lord hath p., thy salvation cometh. Jer. 34. 15, in p. liberty every man to his

neighbour.

Lu. 12.3, p. upon the housetops. See Deut, 20.10; Prov. 20. 6; Jer. 3.12; Joel 3. 9.

PROCURE. Prov. 11, 27; Jer. 2.17; 4.18; 26.19; 33.9.

PRODUCE. Isa. 41.21.

PROFANE. Lev. 18.21; 19.12; 20.3; 21. 6; 22. 2,

p. name of God.

Jer. 23.11, prophet and priest are p. Ezek. 22. 26, no difference between holy and p. Mat. 12. 5, priests in temple p. sabbath. Acts 24. 6, hath pone about to p. temple. 1 Tim. 1. 9, law for unholy and p. 4. 7, refuse p. and old wives' fables. 6.20 ; 2 Tim. 2.16, avoiding p. babblings. Heb. 12.16, any p. person. See Ps. 89.39; Jer. 23.15; Mai. 1.12; 2.10.

PROFESS. Rom. 1.22; 2 Cor. 9.13; 1 Tim. 2.10; 6.12.

PROFIT.(n.). Gen. 25. 32, what p. shall birthright dome? 37.26, what p. if we slay ? Job 21.15, what p. if we pray ? Prov. 14. 23, in all labour there is p. Eccl. 1. 3 ; 3. 9; 5.16, what p. of labour ? 2.11, there was no p. under the sun. 5.9, p. of the earth for all. 7.11, by wisdom there is p. Jer. 16.19, things wherein is no p. Mai. 3.14, what p. that we have kept. 1 Cor. 10.33, not seeking own p., but p. of many. 2 Tim. 2.14, about words to no p. Heb. 12.10, he chasteneth us for our p. See Esth. 3. 8 ; Ps. 30.9 ; Isa. 30. 5 ; 1 Tim. 4.15.

PROFIT.(v.). 1 Sam. 12. 21, vain things which

cannot p. Job 33.27, I have sinned, and it p. not. 34. 9, p. nothing to delight in God. Prov. 10. 2, treasures of wickedness p. nothing. 11.4, riches p. not in the day of wrath. Isa. 30.5, 6, people that could not p. 48.17, the Lord which teacheth thee to p. Jer. 2.11, changed for that which doth not p. 23.32, they shall not p. this people. Mat. 16.26 ; Mk. 8. 36, what is a man p. ? 1 Cor. 12. 7, to every man to p. withal. Gal. 5. 2, Christ shall p. you nothing. 1 Tim. 4.8, bodily exercise p. little. Heb. 4.2, the word preached did not p. See Mat. 15. 5 ; Rom. 2.25; 1 Cor. 13.3; Jas. 2.14.

PROFITABLE. Job 22. 2, can a man be p. to

God?

Eccl. 10.10, wisdom is p. to direct. Acts 20. 20, I kept back nothing p. 1 Tim. 4. 8, godliness is p. to all things. 2 Tim. 3.16, scripture is p. for doctrine.

See Mat. 5. 29; 2 Tim. 4.11; Tit. 3.8 ; Philem. 11.

PROLONG. Deut. 4.26; 30.18, ye shall not p. your

days. Job 6.11, what is mine end that I should p. my

life?

Prov. 10. 27, fear of the Lord p. days. Eccl. 8.12, though a sinner's days be p. See Ps. 61. 6; Prov. 28. 2 ; Isa. 13. 22; 53.10.

PROMISE.(«.). Num. 14. 34, ye shall know my

breach of p.

LKings 8.56, hath not failed one word of p. Ps. 77. 8, doth his p. fail ? Lu. 24. 49 ; Acts 1. 4, p. of Father. Acts 2.39, the p. is to you and your children. 26.6, for hope of the p. Rom. 4.14, the p. made of none effect. 20,  staggered not at the p. 9.4, to whom pertain the p. 8; Gal. 4.28, the children of the p. 2 Cor. 1. 20, p. are yea and Amen. Gal. 3. 21, is the law against the p. of God ? 1 Tim. 4. 8; 2 Tim. 1.1, p. of the life that now is. Heb. 6.12, through faith and patience inherit

the p. 9.15; 10.36, the p. of eternal inheritance. 11.13, died, not having received p. 2 Pet 1. 4, great and precious p. 3.4, where is the p. of his coming ? 9, not slack concerning his p. See Eph. 1.13; 2.12; 6. 2; Heb. 4.1; 11. 9.

PROMISE.(v.). Ex. 12.25, will give you as he hathp. Num. 14.40, will go to place the Lord p. Deut. 1.11; 15. 6, the Lord bless you as he hath p, 9. 28, not able to bring into land p. 19.*8; 27. 3, give the land he p. to give. Josh. 23.15, all good things which the Lord p. 2 Kings 8.19; 2 Chron. 21.7, he p. to give him a

light.

Mk. 14.11, they p. to give him money. Rom. 4.21, what he p. he was able to perform. Heb. 10.23; 11.11, he is faithful that p. 1 John 2. 25, he hath p. eternal life.

See 1 Kings 8. 24; Neh. 9.15 ; Ezek. 13. 22.

PROMOTE. Num. 22.17 ; 24.11; Prov. 4.8.

PROMOTION. Ps. 75. 6 ; Prov. 3. 35.

PRONOUNCE. Judg. 12. 6; Jer. 34. 5.

PROOF. 2 Cor. 2. 9; 8. 24; 13. 3; Phil. 2. 22; 2 Tim. 4. 5.

PROPER. 1 Chron. 29. 3; 1 Cor. 7. 7 ; Heb. 11. 23.

PROPHECY. 1 Cor. 13. 8, whether p., shall fail. 2 Pet 1.19, sure word of p. 21,  p. came not in old time. Rev. 1. 3 ; 22. 7, the words of this p. See Neh. 6.12; Prov. 31.1; 1 Tim. 4.14 292

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PROPHESY. Num. 11. 25, they p. and did not

cease. 2 Chron.

IS. 7, he never p. good to me. Isa. 30.10, p. not to us right things. Jer. 5. 31, prophets p. falsely. 14.14; 23.25, prophets p. lies. 28. 9, the prophet which p. of peace. Ezek. 37.9, p. to the wind. Joel 2.28; Acts 2.17, your sons shall p. Amos 3.8, who can hut p. 7.13, p. not again any more. Mic. 2.11, 1 will p. of wine. Mat. 26. 68; Mk. 14.65; Lu. 22. 64, p., thou Christ. Rom. 12.6, let us p. according to the proportion. 1 Cor. 13. 9, wTe p. in part. 14. 39, covet to p. 1 Thess. 5. 20, despise not p.

See Amos 2.12 1 Cor. 11.'5; Rev. 10.11; 11.3.

PROPHET. Ex. 7.1, Aaron sh^ll he thy p. Num. 11. 29, would all Lord's people were p. 12.6, if there he a p. among you. Deut. 13.1. if there arise a p. or dreamer. 18. 15; Acts 3. 22; 7. 37, the Lord will raise up a P. 34.10, there arose not a p. like Moses. 1 Sam. 10.12 ; 19. 24, is Saul among p. ? 1 Kings 13.11, there dwelt an old p. in Beth-el. 18. 22, I only remain a p. 22. 7 ; 2 Kings 3.11, is there not a p. besides ? 2 Kings 5.8, he shall know there is a p. 1 Chron 16. 22; Ps. 105.15, do my p. no harm. 2 Chron 20. 20, believe his p., so shall ye prosper. Ps. 74. 9, there is no more any p.

Isa. 3.2, the Lord taketh away the p. Jer. 29. 26, mad, and maketh himself a p. 37.19, where are now your p. ? Ezek. 2. 5; 33. 33, there hath, been a p. among

them.

Hos. 9. 7, the p. is a fool. Amos 7.14, I was no p., nor p. son. Zech. 1. 5, the p., do they live for ever ? Mat. 7.15, beware of false p. 10. 41, that receiveth a p. in name of a p. 13. 57 ; Mk. 6. 4 ; Lu. 4. 24; John 4. 44, a p. not without honour. 23. 29; Lu. 11. 47, ye build the tombs of the p. Lu. 1. 76, be called the p. of the Highest. 7.16, a great p. is risen. 28, not a greater p. than John. 39, if he were a p. would have known. 13. 33, it cannot be that a p. perish out of. 24.19, Jesus, who was a p. mighty.

John 4.19, 1 perceive thou art a p. 7.40, of a truth this is the P. 52, out of Galilee ariseth no p. Acts 26. 27, believest thou the p.? 1 Cor. 12. 29, are all p.? 14.  37, if any man think himself a p. Eph. 2. 20, built on foundation of p. 4.11, he gave some p. 1 Pet. 1.10, of which salvation the p. enquired. Rev. 22. 9, I am of thy brethren the p. Bee 1 Kings 20. 35; Neh. 6.14 ; 1 Cor. 14. 32.

PROPORTION. 12.6. 1 Kings 7. 36; Job 41. 12 ; Rom. 12.

PROSPER. Gen. 24. 56, the Lord hath p. my way. 39. 3, the Lord made all Joseph did to p. Num. 14. 41, transgress, but it shall not p. Deut. 28. 29, thou shalt not p. in thy ways. 1 Chron 22.11, p. thou, and build. 2 Chron 20. 20, believe, so shall ye p. 26.5, God made him to p.

Ezra 5. 8, this work p. in their hands. Neh. 2. 20, the God of heaven will p. us. Job 9. 4, who hardened himself and p. Ps. 1. 3, whatsoever he doeth shall p. 37. 7, fret not because of him who p. 73.12, the ungodly who p. in the world. 122.6, they shall p. that love thee. Prov. 28.13, he that covereth sins shall not p.

Eccl. 11. 6, knowest not whether shall p. Isa. 53.10, pleasure of the Lord shall p. 54.17, no weapon against thee shall p. 55.11, it shall p. in the thing. Jer. 2. 37, thou shalt not p. in them. 12.1, wherefore doth way of wicked p. ? 22. 30, no man of his seed shall p.

Ezek. 17. 9,10, shall it p.? 15, shall hep., shall he escape? 1 Cor. 16. 2, lay by as God hath p. him. 3 John 2, in health, even as thy soul p.

See Prov. 17. 8 ; Dan. 6.28 ; 8.12.

PROSPERITY. Deut. 23. 6, thou shalt not seek their p. 1 Sam. 25. 6, say to film that liveth in p.

Job 15.21, in p. the destroyer shall come.

Ps. 30. 6, in my p. I said, I shall never. 73. 3, when I saw the p. of the wricked.

Prov. 1. 32, p. of fools shall destroy them.

Eccl. 7. 14, in day of p. be joyful.

Jer. 22. 21, I spake to thee in thy p.

See 1 Kings 10. 7 ; Job 36.11; Ps. 35.17 ; 122. 7.

PROSPEROUS. Gen. 39. 2, he was a p. man.

Josh. 1. 8, then thou shalt make thy way p.

Job 8. 6, make habitation of thy righteousness p.

Zech. 8.12, the seed shall be p.

See Gen. 24.21; Judg. 18.5; 2Chr. 7.11; Rom. 1.10.

PROTECTION. Deut. 32.38.

PROTEST. Gen. 43.3; Jer. 11.7; Zech. 3,6; 1 Cor. 15. 31.

PROUD. Job 38. 11, here shall thy p, waves be stayed. 40.11, every one that is p., and abase him. Ps. 31. 23, rewardeth the p. doer. 40.4,  man that respecteth not the p. 94.2,  render a reward to the p. 101. 5, him that hath a p. heart will not I suffer. 123. 4, soul filled with contempt of the p. 138. 6, the p. he knoweth afar off. Prov. 6.17, the Lord hateth a p. look. 15. 25, the Lord wTill destroy house of the p. 16.5,  p. in heart is abomination. 21.4, a p. heart is sin.

Eccl. 7.8, patient better than p. in spirit. Hah. 2. 5, he is a p. man. Mai. 3.15, we call the p. happy. Lu. 1. 51, scattered the p. 1 Tim. 6. 4, he is p., knowing nothing. Jas. 4. 6; 1 Pet. 5. 5, God resisteth the p. See Job 9. 13 ; 26.12 ; Rom. 1. 30 ; 2 Tim. 3. 2.

PROUDLY. Ex. 18. 11; 1 Sam. 2. 3; Neh. 9. 10;

Isa. 3. 5 ; Obad. 12.

PROVE. Ex. 15. 25, there he p. them. Judg. 6. 39, let me p. thee but this once. 1 Sam. 17. 39, I have not p. them. 1 Kings 10.1; 2 Chron. 9.1, she came to p. Solomon.

Ps. 17. 3, thou hast p. mine heart. 81. 7, I p. thee at the waters. 95. 9 ; Heh. 3. 9, when your fathers p. me. Mai. 3.10, p. me now herewith. Lu. 14.19, i go top. them. 2 Cor 8. 22, whom we have often p. diligent. 13. 5, p. your own selves. 1 Thess. 5. 21, p. all things.

See Eccl. 2.1; 7.23; Dan. 1.14; John 6. 6.

PROVERB. Deut. 28. 37, a p. and a byword.

Ps. 69.11, I became a p. to them.

Eccl. 12.9, set in order many p.

Ezek. 16.44, every one that useth p.

Lu. 4.23, will surely say this p.

John 16. 29, speakest plainly, and no p.

See Num. 21.27 ; 1 Sam. 10.12 ; Prov. 1. 6.

PROVIDE. Gen. 22. 8, God will p. himself a lamb. 30. 30, when shall 1 p. for mine own house ?

Ps. 78. 20, can he p. flesh ?

Mat. 10.9, p. neither gold nor silver.

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Lu. 12. 33, p. bags that wax not old.

Rom. 12.17; 2 Cor. 8. 21, p. things honest. 1 Tim. 5. 8, if any p. not for his own.

Heb. 11.40, having p. better thing for us.

See Job 3S. 41; Prov. 6.8 ; Acts 23.24.

PROVIDENCE. Acts 24. 2.

PROVISION. Gen. 42. 25; 45.21, p. for the way.

Ps. 132.15, I will abundantly bless her p.

Rom. 13.14, make not p. for the flesh.

See Josh. 9. 5 ; 1 Kings 4. 7 ; 2 Kings 6. 23.

PROVOCATION. Job 17.2; Ps. 95.8; Ezek. 20.28.

PROVOKE. Ex. 23. 21, obey his voice and p. him not.

Num. 14.

IT, how long wTill this people p. me ?

Deut. 31.20, p. me and break my covenant.

Job 12. 6, they that p. God are secure.

Ps. 106. 7, they p. him at the sea. 29, they p. him with their inventions.

Lu. 11. 53, began to urge and p. him to speak.

Rom. 10.19 ; 11.11, I will p. to jealousy. 1 Cor 13.5, is not easily p. Gal. 5.26, p. one another.

Eph. 6.4, p. not your children to wrath. Heb. 10.24, to p. to love and good works. See Prov. 20. 2 ; Isa. 65.3; Jer. 7.19 ; 44.8.

PRUDENCE. 2 Chron. 2.12; Prov. 8.12; Eph. 1.8.

PRUDENT. Prov. 12.16, a p. man covereth shame. 23, a p. man concealeth knowledge. 14.15, the p. looketh well to his going. 16.21, wise in heart called p. 19.14, p. wife is from the .Lord. 22.3; 27.12, p. man foreseeth evil. Isa. 5. 21, woe unto them that are p. in their

own sight.

Jer. 49.7, counsel perished from p. Hos. 14.9, who is p. ?

Mat. 11. 25 ; Lu. 10.21, hast hid things from p. See Isa. 52.13 ; Amos 5.13; Acts 13.7.

PRUNE. Lev. 25. 3; Isa, 2.4; Joel 3.10 ; Mic. 4. 3.

PUBLIC. Mat. 1.19; Acts 18.28 ; 20.20.

PUBLISH. Deut. 32.3, I will p. the name of the Lord. 2 Sam 1.20, p. it not in Askelon.

Ps. 68.11, great was the company that p. it.

Isa. 52. 7 ; Nah. 1.15, that p. peace.

Mk. 1.45 ; 5.20, he began to p. it much.

Lu. 8. 39, p. throughout the whole city.

See Esth. 1. 20 ; 3.14; Jonah 3.7 ; Mk.'13.10.

PUFFED. 1 Cor. 4.6 ; 5. 2; 13. 4; Col. 2.18.

PUFFETH. Ps. 10.5 ; 12. 5; 1 Cor. 8. L PULL. Lam. 3.11, p. me in pieces.

Amos 9.15, shall no more be p. up.

Zech. 7.11, they p. away the shoulder.

Mat. 7.4; Lu. 6. 42, p. mote out of thine eye.

Lu. 12.18, will p. down barns. 14.5, will not p. him out on sabbath. 2 Cor. 10.4, to the p. down of strong holds.

Jude 23, p. them out of the fire.

See Gen. 8. 9; Ezra 6.11; Ps. 31.4 ; Isa. 22.19.

PULPIT. Neh.8.4.

PULSE. 2 Sam. 17. 28; Dan. 1.12.

PUNISH. Ezra 9.13, p. less than iniquities deserve.

Prov. 17.26, to p. the just is not good.

Isa. 13.11, I will p. the world for their evil. 26.21, Lord cometh to p. inhabitants.

Jer. 13.21, what wilt thou say when he p.

Acts 26.11, I p. them in every synagogue. 2 Thess. 1. 9, p. with everlasting destruction. 2 Pet. 2. 9, to clay of judgment to be p.

See Lev. 26.18; Prov. 21.11; 22.3; 27.12.

PUNISHMENT. Gen. 4.13, my p. is greater than I can bear.

Lev. 26.41, accept the p. of their iniquity. 1 Sam. 28.10, no p. shall happen to tbee.

Lam. 3.39, a man for the p. of his sins. 4.6, p. greater than p. of Sodom. 22, the p. is accomplished.

Ezek. 14.10, shall bear p. of their iniquity. Mat. 25.46, everlasting p. Heb. 10.29, of howT much sorer p. 1 Pet, 2.14, the p. of evildoers. See Prov. 19.19; Amos 1. 3 ; 2.1; 2 Cor. 2.6.

PURCHASE. Ruth 4.10, have I p. to be my wife. Ps. 74.2, congregation thou hast p. Acts 1.18, p. a field with reward of iniquity. 8.20, gift of God p. by money. 20.28, he hath p. with his own blood. Eph. 1.14. redemption of p. possession. 1 Tim. 3.13, p. to themselves a good degree.

See Gen. 49.32 ; Ex. 15.16; Lev. 25.33 ; Jer. 32.11.

PURE. Deut. 32.14, the p. blood of the grape. 2 Sam 22.27 ; Ps. 18. k6, with p. show thyself p. Job 4.17, shall man be more p. ? 8.6,  if thou wert p. and upright. 11. 4, my doctrine lap. 16.17, my prayer is p. 25. 5, stars are not p. in his sight, Ps. 12. 6, the words of the Lord are p. 19. 8, commandment of the Lord is p. 119.140, thy wyord is very p. Prov. 15.26, words of the p. are pleasant. 20.9, who can say, I am p. ? Mic. 6.11, shall I count them p. ? Zeph. 3. 9, turn to the people a p. language. Acts 20. 26, p. from blood of all men. Rom. 14.20, all things indeed are p. Phil. 4. 8, whatsoever things are p. 1 Tim. 3.9 ; 2 Tim. 1.3, in a p. conscience. 5.22, keep thyself p.

Tit. 1.15, to the p. all things are p. Jas. 1.27, p. religion. 3.17, first p., then peaceable. 2 Pet 3.1, stir up your p. minds. 1 John 3.3, even as he is p.

Rev. 22.1, a p. river of water of life.

See Ex. 27.20; Ezra 6.20; Mai. 1.11.

PURELY. Isa. 1.25.

PURENESS. Job 22.30; Prov. 22.11; 2 Cor. 6.6.

PURER. Lam. 4.7 ; Hab. 1.13.

PURGE. 2 Chron. 34.8, when he had p. the land.

Ps. 51.7, p. me with hyssop. 65.3, transgressions, thou shalt p. them,

Isa. 1.25, and purely p. away thy dross. 6.7,  thy sin is p. 22.14,  this iniquity shall not be p.

Ezek. 24.13, I have p. thee and thou wast not p.

Mai. 3.3, p. them as gold.

Mat. 3.12; Lu. 3.17, p. his floor.

John 15.2, hep. it, that it may bring forth.

ICor. 5. 7, p. out the old leaven. 2 Tim. 2.21, if a man p. himself from these. Heb. 9.14, p. your conscience. 22, all things are p. with blood. See Prov. 16. 6; Heb. 1. 3; 10.2 ; 2 Pet. 1.9.

PURIFY. Tit. 2.14 ; Jas. 4.8; 1 Pet. 1. 22.

PURITY. 1 Tim. 4.12; 5.2.

PURLOINING. Tit. 2.10.

PURPOSE. Job 17.11, my p. are broken off. Prov. 20.18, every p. established by counsel. Isa. 14.27, the Lord hath p., who shall disannul ? 46.11, I have p., I will also do it. Mat. 26.8, to what p. is this waste ? Acts 11.23, with p. of heart. Rom. 8.28, called according to his p, 9.11, that the p. of God might stand. Eph. 1.11, according to the p. 3.11, eternal p. in Christ. See 2 Cor. 1.17 ; 2 Tim. 1.9 ; 1 John 3.8.

PURSE. Prov. 1.14; Mat. 10. 9 ; Mk. 6. 8 ; Lu. 10.4.

PURSUE. Lev. 26.17 ; Prov. 28.1, shall flee when

none p.

Deut. 19.6; Josh. 20.5, lest avenger p. Job 13.25, wilt thou p. the stubble ? 30.15,  terrors p. my soul.

Ps. 34,14, seek peace and p. it.

Prov. 11.19, he that p. evil p. it to death. 294

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Prov. 13.21, evil p. sinners.

Jer. 48.2, the sword shall p. thee.

See Ex. 15. 9; 2 Sain. 24.13 ; 1 Kings 18. 27.

PUSH. Ex. 21.29; 1 Kings 22.11; Job 30.12.

PUT. Ex. 23.1, p. not thine hand with the wicked.

Lev. 26. 8; Deut. 32.30, p. ten thousand to flight,

Judg. 12.3; 1 Sain. 28.21, I p. my life in my hands. 1 Sam. 2.36, p. me into one of priests' offices. 1 Kings 9.3; 14.21, to p. my name there. Eccl. 10.10, must he p. to more strength. Isa. 43.26, p. me in remembrance.

Mat. 19. 6 ; Mk. 10. 9, let not man p. asunder. Mk. 10.16, p. his hands on them and blessed. Philem. 18, p. that on mine accouut. 2-Pet. 1.14, 1 must p. off this tabernacle. See Lu. 9. 62; John 13.2; 1 Thess. 5.8.

PUTRLFYING. Isa. 1. 6.

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