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TABERNACLE. Ps. 15.1, abide in thy t. 27. 5, in secret of his t. shall he hide me. 84.1, how amiable are thy t. Isa. 33.20, a t. that shall not be taken down. See Job 5.24; Prov. 14.11; 2 Cor. 5.1.

TABLE. Ps. 23.5, thou preparest a t. 69.22, let their /. become a snare. . 78,19, can God furnish a t. in the wilderness ? 128. 3, like olive plants about thy t. Prov. 9. 2, wisdom hath furnished her t. Mat. 15.27; Mk. 7.28, from their masters' t. Acts 6.2, leave word of God and serve t. 2 Cor. 3.3, fleshy t. of the heart. See Prov. 3.3; Jer. 17.1; Mai. 1.7 ; 1 Cor. 10.21.

TAKE. Ex. 6.7, I will t. you for a people. 34.9, t. us for thine inheritance. Judg. 19. 30, t. advice and speak your minds. 2 Kings 19. 30; Isa. 37. 31, shall yet t. root. Job 23.10, he knoweth the way that 11. Ps. 51.11, t. not thy holy spirit from me. 116.13, I will t. the cup of .salvation. Cant. 2.15, t. us the foxes, the little foxes. Isa. 33.23, the lame t. the prey. Hos. 14.2, t. with you words. Amos 9.2, thence shall mine hand t. them. Mat. 6.25> 28, 31, 34; 10.19; Mk. 13.11; Lu. 12.11, 22, 26, t. no thought. 11. 29, t. my yoke. 16.5; Mk. 8.14, forgotten to t. bread. 18.16, then t. with thee one or two more. 20.14, t. that thine is, and go thy way. 26.26; Mk. 14.22; 1 Cor. 11.24, t. eat, this is my body. Lu. 6.29, forbid him not to t. thy coat also. 12.19, soul, t. thine ease. John 16.15, he shall t. of mine. 1 Cor. 6. 7, why do ye not rather t. wrong ? 1 Tim. 3. 5, how shall he t. care of the church ? 1 Pet. 2.20, if ye t. it patiently. Rev. 3.11, that no man t. thy crown. See John 1.29; 10.18; 1 Cor. 10.13; Rev. 22.19.

TALE. Ps. 90.9; Lu. 24.11.

TALK. Deut. 5.24, God doth t. with man. 6. 7, t. of them when thou sittest. Job 11.2, a man full of t. " 13. 7, will ye t. deceitfully for him. 15. 3, reason with unprofitable t. Ps. 71. 24, t. of thy righteousness. 145.11, t. of thy power. Prov. 6.22, it shall t. with thee. Jer. 12.1, let me t. with thee of judgments.

Ezek. 3.22, arise, and I will t. with thee there.

Mat. 22.15, they might entangle him in his t.

Lu. 2132, while he t. with us by the way.

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John 9.37, it is lie that *. with thee.

See ■Prov. 14.23; John 14. 30; Eph. 5.4.

TALL. Deut. 1.28; 2.10; 2 Kings 19.23.

TAME. Mk. 5. 4; Jas. 3. 7, 8.

TARE. 2 Sam. 13.31; 2 Kings 2. 24; Mk. 9.20.

TARRY. Gen. 27.44, and *. a few days. Ex. 12. 39, were thrust out and could not t. 2 Kings 7. 9, if we *. till morning light. 9.3,  flee and *. not.

Ps.6S. 12, she that *. at home divided spoil. 101. 7, liar shall not *. in my sight. Prov. 23. 30, they that *. long at the wine. Isa. 46.13, my salvation shall not *. Jer. 14.8, that turneth aside to"*, for a night. Hah. 2.3, though it *. wait for it. Mat. 25.5, while the bridegroom t. 26.38 ; Mk. 14.34, *. here and watch. Lu. 24.29, he went in to t. with them. 49, t. ye in city of Jerusalem until endued. John 21.22, if I will that he *. Acts 22.16, why *. thou, arise and be baptized. 1 Cor. 11.33, *. one for another. Heb. 10. 37, will come and will not t. See 1 Sam. 30.24; Mic. 5. 7 ; John 3.22.

TASTE. Num. 11.8, the t. of it as *. of fresh oil. Job 6. 6, is any *. in white of egg ? 12.11, doth not the mouth *. his meat? 34.3, trieth words as mouth *. meat. Ps. 34. 8, *. and see that the Lord is good. 119.103, how sweet are thy words to my t. Jer. 48.11, his t. remained in him. Mat. 16.28; Mk. 9.1; Lu. 9.27, some, which shall

not *. death.

Lu. 14.24, none bidden shall *. of my supper. John 8.52, keep my saying, shall never *. death. Col. 2.21, touch not, *. not. Heb. 2.9, *. death for every man. 6.4,  and have *. of the heavenly gift. 1 Pet 2.3, have *. that the Lord is gracious. See 1 Sam. 14. 43; 2 Sam. 19. 35 ; Mat, 27.34.

TATTLERS. 1 Tim. 5.13, *. and busy bodies.

TAUGHT. Judg. 8.16, he *. the men of Succoth. 2 Chron 6.27, thou hast t. them the good way. 23.13, such as *. to sing praise.

Ps. 71.17 ; 119.102, thou hast *. me. Prov. 4.4, he *. me also and said. 11, I have *. thee in way of wisdom. Eccl. 12.9, he still *. the people knowledge. Isa. 29.13, their fear is *. by precept of men. 54.13, all thy children shall be *. of God. Jer. 12.16, as they *. my people to swear. 32. 33, *. them, rising up early. Zech. 13.5, *. me to keep cattle. Mat. 7.29; Mk. 1.22, *. as having authority. 28.15, and did as they Avere *. Lu. 13.26, thou hast *. in our streets. John 6.45, they shall be all *. of God. 8.28, as my Father hath *. me. Gal. 1.12, nor was 1*. it, except by revelation. 6.6, let him that is *. in the word. Eph. 4.21, if so be ye have been *. by him. 2 Thess. 2.15, the traditions ye have been t. See Col. 2.7 ; 1 Thess. 4.9 ; Tit, 1.9; 1 John 2.27.

TAUNT. Jer. 24.9 ; Ezek. 5.15; Hab. 2.6.

TEACH. Ex. 4.15, I will *. you. Deut. 4.10, that they may *. their children. 6. 7 ; 11.19, *. them diligently. Judg. 13.8, *. us what we shall do to the child. 1 Sam 12.23, I will t. you the good way. 2 Sam 1.18, bade them *. the use of the bow. 2 Chron. 15.3, without a *. priest.

Job 6.24, *. me and I will hold my tongue. 8.10, thy fathers, shall not they*, thee ? 12.7, ask the beasts, and they shall *. thee. 34.32, that which I see not *. thou me. 36.22, Godexalteth, who *. like him? Ps. 25.4, *. me thy paths. 8, he will *. sinners in the way. 27.11; 86.11, *. me thy way and lead me.

Ps. 34.11,1 will *. you the fear of the Lord. 51.13,  then will I *. transgressors. 90.12, so *. us to number our days. 94.12, blessed is the man whom thou t. Prov. 6.13, wicked man *. with his fingers. Isa. 2.3; Mic. 4.2, he will *. us of his ways. 28.9, whom shall he *. knowledge ? 26, God doth *. him discretion. 48.17,1 am thy God which *. thee to profit. Jer. 9.20, and *. your daughters wailing. Ezek. 44. 23, *. my people the difference. Mic. 3.11, priests *. for hire. Mat. 28.19, *. all nations. Lu. 11.1, *. us to pray. 12.12, the Holy GJiost shall *. you. John 9.34, dost*thou *. us? 14.26, shall *. you all things. Acts 5.42, they ceased not to *. and preach. Rom. 12. 7, he that *. on *. 1 Cor. 4.17, as I *. everywhere. 11.14,  doth not even nature *. you ? 14.19, that by my voice I might *. others. Col. 1.28, *. every man in all wisdom. 3.16, *. and admonishing one another. 1 Tim. 1.3, charge some they *. no other, 2.12, I suffer not a woman to *. 3. 2; 2 Tim. 2.24, apt to t. 4.11, these things command and t. 6.2, these things f. and exhort, 2 Tim. 2.2, faithful men, able to t. Tit. 1.11, *. things they ought not. 2.4, *. young women to be sober. 12, *. us, that denying ungodliness. Heb. 5.12, ye have need that one *. you again. See Mat. 22.16; Mk. 6.34; 12.14; Rev. 2.20.

TEACHER. 1 Chron. 25. 8, as well *. as scholar. Ps. 119.99, more understanding than all my *. Prov. 5.13, have not obeyed voice of my t. Isa. 30.20, thine eyes shall see thy *. Hab. 2.18, a *. of lies. John 3.2, a *. come from God. Rom. 2.20, thou art a *. of babes. 1 Cor. 12.29, are all*.? ♦ Eph. 4.11, evangelists, pastors, and *. 1 Tim. 1. 7, desiring to be *. of the law. Tit. 2.3, aged women *. of good things.

See 1 Tim. 2.7; 2 Tim. 1.11; Heb. 5.12; 2 Pet. 2.

TEAR. Job 16.9, he *. me in his wrath. 18.4, he*, himself in his anger. Ps. 7.2, lest he *. my soul. 35.15,  they did *. me and ceased not. 50.22, lest I *. you in pieces.

Hos. 5.14, I will *. and go away. See Mic. 5.8; Zech. 11.16; Mk. 9.18; Lu. 9. 39.

TEARS. 2 Kings 20.5; Isa. 38.5, I have seen thy Job 16.20, mine eye poureth out *. Ps. 6. 6, I water my couch with t. 39.12, hold not thy peace at my *. 42.3, *. have been my meat. 56.8, put thou my *. into thy bottle, 80. 5, the bread of *., and *. to drink. 116.8, hast delivered mine eyes from *. 126.5, they that sow in *. Isa. 16.9, I will water thee with my *. 25.8, will wipe away *. Jer. 9.1, oh that mine eyes were a fountain of 13.17 ; 14.17, mine eyes run down with *. 31.16,  refrain thine eyes from *. Lam. 1.2, her *. are on her cheeks 2.11, mine eyes do fail with *. Ezek. 24.16, neither shall thy *. run down. Mai. 2.13, covering the altar with *. Lu. 7.38, to wash his feet with her *. Acts20.19, serving the Lord with many*. 31, ceased not to warn with *. 2 Tim. 1.4, being mindful of thy *.

See 2 Cor. 2.4; Heb. 5.7 ; 12.17 ; Rev. 7.17.

TEDIOUS. Acts 24.4, that I be not further *.

TEETH. Gen. 49.12, *. white with milk.

Num. 11.33, flesh yet between their *. 1.

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Job 19.20, escaped with the skin of my t. Prov. 10.26, as vinegar to the t. Isa. 41.15, an instrument having t. Jer. 31.29; Ezek. 18.2, t. set on edge. Amos 4.6, cleanness of t. See Mic. 3. 5; Zech. 9. 7; Mat. 27.44; Rev. 9.8.

TELL. Gen. 15.5, t. the stars. 32.29, t. me thy name. 2 Sam. 1.20, t. it not in Gath. Ps. 48.12, t. the towers thereof. 50.12, if I were hungry, I would not t. thee. Eccl. 6.12 ; 10.14, who can t. what shall be after? 10.20, that which hath wings shall t. Jonah 3.9, who can t. if God will turn? Mat. 18.15, t. him his fault. 17,  t. it unto the church. 21.27 ; Mk. 11.33; Lu. 20.8, neither 1.1 you. Mk. 5.19, t. how areat things. 11.33; Lu. 20.7, we cannot t. Lu. 13.32, t. that fox. John 3. 8, canst not t. whence. 12, iilt. you of heavenly things. 4.25, he will t. us all things. 18. 34, did others t. it thee of me ?

Acts 17.21, either to /. or hear some new thing. See Ps. 56.8; Isa. 19.12 ; Mat. 28. 7; 2 Cor. 12. 2.

TEMPER. Ex. 29.2; 30.35; Ezek. 46.14; 1 Cor. 12. 24.

TEMPEST. Job 9.17, breaketh me with a t.

Ps. 11. 6, on wicked he shall rain a t. 55. 8, hasten from windy storm and t.

Isa. 32.2, a covert from the t.

Heb. 12.18, not come to darkness and t. 2 Pet. 2.17, clouds carried with a t. TEMPESTUOUS. Ps. 50. 3; Jonah 1.11; Acts 27.14.

TEMPLE. 2 Sam. 22. 7, hear my voice out of his t.

Neh. 6.10, hid ourselves in the t.

Ps. 27.4, to enquire in his t. 29.9,  in his t. doth every one speak of. Isa. 6.1, his train filled the t.

Amos 8. 3. songs of the t. shall be bowlings.

Mai. 3.1, shall suddenly come to his t.

Mat. 12. 6, one greater than the t.

John 2.19, destroy this t. 1 Cor. 3.16; 6.19; 2 Cor. 6.16, ye are the t. of God.

See Hos. 8.14; Rev. 7.15; 11.19; 21.22.

TEMPORAL. 2 Cor. 4.18, things seen are t, TEMPT. Gen. 22.1, God did t. Abraham.

Ex. 17.2, wherefore do ye t. the Lord ?

Num. 14.22, have t. me these ten times.

Deut. 6. 16 ; Mat. 4. 7; Lu. 4.12, ye shall not t. the Lord your God.

Ps. 78.18, they t. God in their heart.

Isa. 7.12, I will not ask, nor t. the Lord.

Mai. 3.15, they that t. God are delivered.

Mat. 22.18; Mk. 12.15; Lu. 20.23, why t. ye me ?

Lu. 10.25, a lawyer, t. him.

Acts 5.9, agreed together to t. the Spirit. 15.10,  why t. ye God to put a yoke ? 1 Cor. 10.13, will not suffer you to be t. Gal. 6.1, considering thyself, lest thou be t. Heb. 2.18, hath suffered, being t. 4.15, in all points t. like as we are. Jas. 1.13, cannot be t., neither t. any man. See Mat. 4.1; Mk. 1.13 ; Lu. 4.2; John 8. 6.

TEMPTATION. Mat. 6.13, lead us not into t. 26.41; Mk. 14.38; Lu. 22.46, lest ye enter into t, Lu. 8.13, in time of t. fall away. 1 Cor. 10.13, there hath no t. taken you. Gal. 4,14, my t. in flesh ye despised not. 1 Tim. 6.9, rich fall intoV.

Jas. 1.2, when ye fall into divers t. 2 Pet 2. 9, how to deliver out of t.

See Lu. 11.4; Acts 20.19; 1 Pet. 1.6; Rev. 3.10.

TEND. Prov. 11.19; 14.23; 19.23; 21. 5.

TENDER. Deut. 28.54, man that is t. 32.2, distil as small rain on t. herb. 2 Kings 22.19; 2 Chron. 34.27, thy heart was t. Job 14.7, the t. branch will not cease.

Prov. 4.3, t. in sight of my mother. Cant. 2.13,15; 7.12, vines with t. grapes. Isa. 47.1, no more be called t. 53.2, grow up before him as a t. plant. Dan. 1. 9, God brought Daniel into t. love. Lu. 1. 78, through the t. mercy of our God. Eph. 4. 32, be kind and /.-hearted. Jas. 5.11, Lord is pitiful and of f. mercy. See 1 Chron. 22.5; Ezek. 17.22; Mk. 13.28, TENOR. Gen. 43.7; Ex. 34.27.

TENT. Num. 24.5, how goodly are"thy t. 1 Sam. 4.10; 2 Sam. 18.17, fled every man to his t. 1 Kings 12.16, to your t., O Israel.

Ps. 84.10, than to dwell in t. of wickedness. Isa. 38.12, removed as a shepherd's t. 51.2,  enlarge the place of thy t.

Jer. 10.20, there is none to stretch forth my t. Acts 18. 3, by occupation they were ^.-makers. See Isa. 40.22; Jer. 4.20; 35. 7 ; Zech. 12.7.

TENTH. Gen. 28.22; Lev. 27.32; Isa. 6.13.

TERRIBLE. Ex. 34.10, a t. thing I will do. Deut. 1.19 ; 8.15, that t. wilderness. 7. 21; 10.17 ; Neh. 1. 5 ; 4.14; 9. 32, a mighty God and t. 10.21, hath done for thee t. things. Judg. 13. 6, like an angel of God, very t. Job 37.22, with God is t. majesty. 39. 20, the glory of his nostrils is t. Ps. 45.4, shall teach thee t. things. 65.5, by t. things in righteousness. 66.3,  say unto God, how t. art thou. 5, t. in his doing. 68.35, t. out of thy holy places. 76.12, he is t. to the kings of the earth. 99. 3, thy great and t. name. 145. 6, the might of thy t. acts. Cant. 6.4, t. as an army with banners. Isa. 25.4, blast of the t. ones. 64. 3, when thou didst t. things. Jer. 15.21, redeem thee out of hand of the t. Joel 2.11, the day of the Lord is very t. Heb. 12.21, so t. was the sight. See Lam. 5.10; Ezek. 1.22; 28. 7 ; Dan. 7.7.

TERRIBLENESS. Deut. 26.8; 1 Chron. 17.21; Jer. 49.16.

TERRIBLY. Isa. 2.19, 21; Nah. 2. 3.

TERRIFY. Job 9. 34, let not his fear t. Lu. 21.9, when ye hear of wars, be not t. 24. 37, they were t. and affrighted. Phil. 1.28, in nothing t. by adversaries. Sec Job 7.14 ; 2 Cor. 10.9.

TERROR. Gen. 35.5 ; Job 6.4, the t. of God. Deut. 32. 25, sword without and t. within. Josh. 2. 9, your t. is fallen upon us. Job 18.11, t. shall make him afraid. 24.17, in the t. of the shadow of death. 31.23, destruction was a t. to me. 33. 7, my t. shall not make thee afraid. Ps. 55.4, the {. of death are fallen upon me. 73.19, utterly consumed with t, 91. 5, afraid for the t. by night. Jer. 17.17, be not a t. to me. 20.4,  a t. to thyself.

Ezek. 26.21; 27.36; 28.19, I will make thee a t. Rom. 13. 3, rulers are not t. to good works. 2 Cor 5.11, knowing the t. of the Lord.

See Jer. 15. 8; Lam. 2. 22; Ezek. 21.12; 1 Pet. 3. 14.

TESTIFY. Num. 35. 30, one witness shall not t. Deut. 31. 21, this song shall t. against them. Ruth 1.21, seeing the Lord hath t. against me. 2 Sam.l. 16, thy mouth hath t. against thee. Neh. 9. 30, t. against them by thy spirit. Job 15. 6, thine own lips t. against thee. Isa. 59.12, our sins t. against us. Hos. 5. 5; 7.10, the pride of Israel doth t. Mic. 6.3, what have I done? t. against me. Lu. 16.28, send Lazarus, that he may t. John 2.25, needed not that any should t.

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John 3. 32, seen and heard, that he t. 5.39, they t. of me. 7. 7, because 11. of it. 15.26,  he shall t, of me. 21. 24, the disciple which t. of these things. Acts 23.11, as thou hast t. in Jerusalem. 1 Tim. 2.6, gave himself to be t. in due time. 1 Pet. 1.11, it t. beforehand the sufferings. 1 John 4.14, we have seen and do t. See 1 Cor. 15.15; 1 Thess. 4. 6; Rev. 22.16.

TESTIMONY. 2 Kings 17.15, rejected his t. Ps. 93. 5, thy t. are sure. 119.22, I have kept thy t. 24, thy t. are my delight. 46, I will speak of thy t. 59, I turned my feet to thy t. 119.119, I love thy t. 129, thy t. are wonderful. Isa. 8.16, bind up the t. 20, to the law and to the t. Mat. 10.18; Mk. 13.9, for a t. against them. Lu. 21.13, it shall turn to you for a t. John 3.32, no man receiveth his t. 21.24, we know that his t. is true. Acts 14.3, t. to the word of his grace. 1 Cor 2.1, declaring the t. of God. 2 Cor 1.12, the t. of our conscience. 2 Tim. 1. 8, be not ashamed of the t. Heb. 11. 5, Enoch had this t.

See Rev. 1. 2; 6. 9; 11. 7; 12.11; 19.10.

THANK. Mat. 11.25; Lu. 10.21; 18.11; John 1L 41, 11. thee. Acts 28.15, t. God and took courage. 1 Cor 1.4, 11. God on your behalf. 2 Thess. ]. 3, we are bound to t. God. 1 Tim. 1.12, 11. Jesus Christ.

See 1 Chron. 23.30; Dan. 2. 23; Rom. 6.17.

THANKS. Neh. 12.31, companies that gave I.

Mat. 26.27 ; Lu. 22.17, took the cup and gave t.

Lu. 2. 38, Anna gave t. to the Lord.

Rom. 14. 6, eateth to the Lord, for he giveth t. 1 Cor. 15.57, t. be to God who giveth victory.

Eph. 5.20, giving t. always for all things. 1 Thess. 3.9, what t. can we render.

Rev. 4.9, give t. to him that sat on throne.

See 2 Cor. 1.11; 2.14; 8.16 ; 9.15; Heb. 13.15.

THANKSGIVING. Ps. 26.7, the voice of t. 95.2, come before his face wTith t.

Isa. 51.3, t. and melody shall be found therein.

Amos 4. 5, offer a sacrifice of t.

Phil. 4.6, with t. let your requests be made.

Col. 4.2, watch in the same with t. 1 Tim. 4.3, to be received with t.

See Neh. 11.17 ; 12. 8; 2 Cor. 4.15; 9.11.

THAT. Gen. 18.25, t. be far from thee. Num. 24.13; 1 Kings 22.14, t. will I speak. Job 23.13, even t. he doeth. Ps. 27.4, t, will I seek after. Zech. 11.9, 1.1. dieth, let it die. Mat. 10.15; Mk. 6.11, than for t. city. 13.12; 25. 29; Mk. 4.25, t. he hath. John 1. 8, he was not t. light. 5.12, what man is t. which said ? 13.27,  t. thou doest do quickly. 21.22, what is t. to thee?

Rom. 7.19j the evil I would not, 1.1 do. Jas. 4.15, we shall live and do this or /. See Mk. 13.11; 1 Cor. 11.23; 2 Cor.8.12; Philem. 18.

THEN. Gen. 4.26, t. began men to call. Josh. 14.12, if the Lord be with me, t. I shall

be able. Ps. 27.10, t. the Lord will take me up. 55.12, 1.1 could have borne it. Isa. 58.8, t. shall thy light break forth. Ezek. 39.28, t. shall they know. Mat. 5.24, t. come and offer thy gift. 19.25 ; Mk. 10.26, who t. can be saved? 24.14, t. shall the end come. 2 Cor 12.10, t. am I strong.

See 1 Cor. 4.5; 13.12; 1 Thess. 5.3; 2 Thess. 2.8.

THESE. Ex. 32.4, t. be thy gods, Israel. Eccl. 7.10, former days better than t, Isa. 60. 8, who are t. that fly? Mat. 5.37, whatsoever is more than I.? 23.23, t. ought ye to have done. 25. 40, one of the least of t. John 17.20, neither pray I for t. alone. 21.15, lovest thou me more than t. ? See Job 26.14; Ps. 73.12; Jer. 7.4.

THICK. Deut. 32.15, thou art grown t. 2 Sam; 18.9, mule went under the t. boughs. Ps. 74.5, lifted up axes on the t. trees. Ezek. 31. 3, top was among t. boughs. Hab. 2. 6, ladeth himself with t. clay. See 1 Kings 12.10 f 2 Chron. 10.10; Neh. 8.15;

Job 15.26.

THICKET. Gen. 22.13; Isa. 9.18; Jer. 4.7, 29.

THIEF. Ps. 50.18, when thou sawest a L Jer. 2.26, as the t. is ashamed. .Joel 2.9, enter at windows like a t. Lu. 12.33, where no L approacheth. John 10.1, the same is a t. and a robber. 1 Pet. 4.15, let none suffer as a t. See Prov. 6.30; 29.24; Mat. 24. 43.

THIEVES. Isa. 1.23; Lu. 10. 30; John 10.8; 1 Cor. 6.10.

THIGH. Gen. 24.2; 47.29, put hand under t. 32.25, touched hollow of Jacob's t.

Judgi 15.8, smote them hip and t.

Cant. 3. 8, every man hath sword on his t.

See Ps. 45.3; Jer. 31.19; Ezek. 21.12 ; Rev. 19.16.

THINE. Gen. 31.32, discern what is t. 1 Sam. 15. 28, to a neighbour of t. 1 Kings 20. 4, I am t. and all I have. 1 Chron 29.11, t. is the greatness.

Ps. 74.16, the day is t., the night also is t. 119.94, I am t., save me. Isa. 63.19, we are t. Mat. 20.14, take that is t. Lu. 4. 7, worship me, all shall be t. 22.42, not my will but t. be done. John 17. 6, t. they were, and thou gavest. 10, all mine are t., and t. are mine. See Gen. 14. 23; Josh. 17.

IS; 1 Chron. 12.IS; Lu. 15.31.

THING. Gen. 21,11. the t. was very grievous. Ex. 18.17, the t. thou doest is not good. 2 Sam 13. 33, let not my lord take the t, to heart. 2 Kings 2.10, thou hast asked a hard t.

Eccl. 1.9, the t. that hath been. Isa. 7.13, is it a small t. to weary ? 41.12, as a t. of nought. 43.19 ; Jer. 31.22, a new t. Mk.1.27, whatsis this? John 5.14, lest a worse t. come. Phil. 3.16, let us mind the same t. See Heb. 10.29; 1 Pet. 4.12; 1 John 2.8.

THINK. Gen. 40.14, but t. on me when it shall

be well.

Neh. 5.19, t. on me, O my God, for good. Ps. 40.17, I am poor, yet the Lord t. on me. Prov. 23. 7, as he t. in his heart, so is he. Isa. 10. 7, nor doth his heart t. so. Jonah 1. 6, if God will t. upon us. Mat. 3.9, t. not to say within yourselves. 6.7, t. they shall be heard. 9.4, why t. ye evil in your hearts? 17.25; 22.17, what t. thou? 22.42; 26. 66; Mk. 14. 64, what t. ye of Christ? Rom. 12. 3, more highly than he ought to t, 1 Cor 10.12, that t. he standeth. 2 Cor 3.5, to t. anything as of ourselves.

Gal. 6. 3, if a man t. himself to be something. Eph. 3.20, able to do above all we ask or t. Phil. 4.8, t. on these things. Jas. 1.7, let not that man t. he shall receive. 1 Pet. 4.12, t. it not strange. See Job 35.2; Jer. 29.11; Ezek. 38.10; Lu. 10.36.

THIRST.(n.). Ex. 17.3, to kill us with t.

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Deut. 29.19, to add drunkenness to t. Judg. 15.18, now I shall die for t. 2 Chron. 32.11, doth persuade you to die by t. Ps. 69.21, in my /. they gave me vinegar. Isa. 41.17, when their"tongue faileth for t. Amos 8.11, not a t. for water, but of hearing. 2 Cor. 11.27, in hunger and t. often. See Deut, 28.48; .lob 24.11; Ps. 104.11.

THIRST.(v.). Ps. 42.2; 63.1; 143.6, my soul t. for

God. Isa. 49.10; Rev. 7.16, shall not hunger nor t. 55.1,  every one that t.

Mat. 5. 6, t. after righteousness. John 4.14 ; 6. 35, shall never t. 7.37, if any man t., let him come unto me. 19.28, 11.

See Ex. 17.3; Isa. 48.21; Rom. 12. 20; 1 Cor. 4.11.

THIRSTY. Ps. 63.1; 143.6, in a t land. 107.5, hungry and t., their soul fainted. Prov. 25.25, as cold waters to a t. soul. Isa. 21.14, brought water to him that was t. 29. 8, as when a t. man dreameth. 44. 3, pour water on him that is t. 65.13, but ye shall be t. See Judg. 4.19 ; Lsa. 32.6 ; Ezek. 19.13; Mat. 25. 35.

THISTLE. Gen. 3.18, thorns and t. shall it bring

forth.

Job 31.40, let t. grow instead of wheat. Mat. 7. lfi, do men gather fins of t ? See 2 Kings 14.9; 2 Chron. 25.18 ; Hos. 10.8.

THORN. Num. 33. 55 ; Judg. 2. 3, f. in your sides. Ps. 118.12. quenched as the fire of t. Prov. 15. 19, way of slothful man is as an hedge of*. 24.31, it was all grown over with t. 26.9, as a t. goeth into hand of drunkard. Eccl. 7. 6, crackling of /. under a pot. Cant. 2. 2, as the lily among ;. Isa. 33.12, as t, cut up shall they be burned. 34.13, and t. shall come up in her palaces. 55.13, instead of the t. shall come up. Jer. 4.3, sow not among t. 12.13, but shall reap t. Hos. 2. 6, I will hedge up thy way with t. ' 9.6, t. shall be in their tabernacles. 10.8, the t. shall come up on their altars. Mic. 7.4, most upright is sharper than t. hedge. 2 Cor. 12. 7, a t. in the flesh. See Mat. 13. 7 ; 27.29 ; Mk. 15.17; John 19.2.

THOUGHT.(«.). 1 Chron. 28. 9, the Lord under-

standeth the t. Job 4.13, in t. from the visions of the night. 12.5, despised in t. of him that is at ease. 42.2,  no t. can be withholden from thee. Ps. 10.4, God is not in all his t. 40. 5, thy t. cannot be reckoned. 92. 5, thy t. are very deep. 94.11, the Lord knoweth the t. of man. 19, in the multitude of my t. 139.2, thou understandest my t afar off. 17, how precious are thy t. to me. 23,  try me and know my t.

Prov. 12.5, the t. of the righteous are right. 16.3,  thy t. shall be established. 24. 9, the f. of foolishness is sin.

Isa. 55. 7, and the unrighteous man his t. 8,  my t. are not your /. 9,  so are my t. higher than your t.

Mic. 4.12, they know not the t. of the Lord. Mat. 6. 25, 31, 34; 10.19 ; Mk. 13.11; Lu. 12.11, 22, take noif. 9.4; 12. 25 ; Lu. 5.22 ; 6. 8; 9.47; 11.17, Jesus knowing their t. 15.19; Mk. 7.21, out of the heart proceed evil t. Lu. 2.35, the t, of many hearts be revealed. 24.38, why do t. arise in your hearts? Acts 8.22, if t. of thy heart may be forgiven. 1 Cor 3.20, Lord knoweth the t. of the wise. 2 Cor 10. 5, bringing into captivity every t. Heb. 4.12, the word of God is a discerner of the t.

Jas. 2.4, ye are become judges of evil t. See Gen. 6.5; Jer. 4.14; 23.20 ; Amos 4.13.

THOUGHT.O.). Gen. 48.11, I had not t. to see

thy face.

Num. 24.11, 11. to promote thee. Deut. 19.19, do to him as he t. to have done. 2 Kings 5.11, 11., he will surely come out. Neh. 6.2, they t. to do me mischief. Ps. 48. 9, we have t. of thy loving kindness. 50.21, thou 1.I was such an one as thyself. 73.16, when 11. to know this. 119.59, 11. on my ways. Prov. 30.32, if thou hast t. evil. Isa. 14.24, as I have t., so shall it come. Jer. 18. 8,1 will repent of the evil I L to do. Zech. 8.14, as 11. to punish you. 15,11. to do well.

Mai. 3.16, for them that t. on his name. Mat. 1. 20, but while he r. on these things. Mk. 14.72, when he t. thereon he wept. Lu. 12.17, he t. within himself, what shall. 19.11, t. the kingdom of God should appear. John 11.13, they t. he had spoken of taking of

rest. Acts 10.19, wiiile Peter t. on the vision. 26.8, why should it be t. a thing incredible ? 1 Cor. 13.11, 11. as a child. Phil. 2. 6, t. it not robbery to be equal. See Gen. 20.11; 50.20; 1 Sam. 1.13; Heb. 10.29.

THREAD. Gen, 14. 23; Josh. 2.18; Judg. 16.9.

THREATEN. Acts 4.17 ; 9.1; Eph.6.9; 1 Pet. 2.23.

THREEFOLD. Eccl. 4.12, a t. cord.

THRESH. Isa. 41.15, thou shalt t. the mountains.

Jer. 51. 33, it is time to t. her.

Mic. 4.13, arise and t.

Hab. 3.12, thou didst t. the heathen. 1 Cor. 9.10, t. in hope.

See Lev. 26.5 ; 1 Chron. 21. 20 ; Isa. 21.10; 28.28.

THREW. 2 Kings 9. 33 ; Mk. 12. 42 ; Lu. 9. 42 ;

Acts 22.23.

THROAT. Ps. 5.9; 115. 7; Prov. 23.2; Mat. 18.28.

THRONE. Ps. 11.4, the Lord's t. is in heaven. 94.20, shall t. of iniquity have fellowship ? 122. 5, there are set t. of judgment.

Prov. 20.28, his t. is upholden by mercy.

Isa. 66.1; Acts 7.49, heaven is my t.

Jer. 17.12, a glorious high t. from the beginning.

Dan. 7. 9. his t. was like the fiery flame.

Mat. 19. 28; 25. 31, the Son of man shall sit in the t.

Col. 1.16, whether they be t,

Heb. 4.16, the t. of grace.

Rev. 3.21, will 1 grant to sit on my t. 4. 2, a t. was set in heaven.

See Rev. 6.16; 7.9 ; 14. 3; 19.4 ; 20.11; 22.1.

THRONG. Mk. 3. 9; 5. 31; Lu. 8. 42,45.

THROW. Mic. 5.11; Mai. 1.4; Mat. 24.2.

THRUST. Job 32.13, God t. him down, not man.

Joel 2.8, neither shall one t. another.

Lu. 10.15, shall be t. down to hell. 13.28, and you yourselves t. out.

John 20.25, and V. my hand into his side.

Rev. 14.15, t. in thy sickle.

See Ex. 11.1; 1 Sam. 31.4; Ezek. 34.21.

TIDINGS. Ps. 112.7, afraid of evil t.

Jer. 20.15, cursed be the man who brought t.

Dan. 11.44, t. out of the east.

Lu. 1.19; 2.10; 8.1; Acts 13. 32; Rom. 10.15, alad t.

See Ex. 33.4; 1 Kings 14.6; Jer. 49.23.

TILL. Gen. 2.5; Prov. 12.11; 28.19; Ezek. 36. 9.

TILLAGE. 1 Chron. 27.26; Neh. 10.37 ; Prov. 13.23.

TIME. Gen. 47. 29, the t. drew nigh.

Job 22.16, cut down out of t. 38.23, reserved against the t. of trouble.

Ps. 32.6, in a t. when thou mayest be found. 37.19, not ashamed in the evil t.

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Ps. 41.1, deliver him in t. of trouble. 56.3, what 1.1 am afraid. 69.13; Isa. 49. 8; 2 Cor. 6.2, acceptable t. 89.47, remember how short my t. is. Eccl. 3.1, there is a t. to every purpose. 9.11, L and chance happeneth to all. Isa. 60.22, I will hasten it in his t. Jer. 46. 21, the t. of their visitation. Ezek. 16. 8, thy t. was the t. of love. Dan. 7.25, a t. and t. and the dividing of t. Hos. 10.12, it is t. to seek the Lord. Mai. 3.11, vine cast fruit before the L Mat. 16.3, the signs of the t. Lu. 19.44, the t. of thy visitation. Acts 3.19, the t. of refreshing. 21, the t. of restitution. Rom. 13.11, it is high t. to awake. 1 Cor. 7.29, the t. is short. Eph. 5.16; Col. 4. 5, redeeming the t. Heb. 4.16, help in t. of need. 1 Pet. 1.11, what manner of t. Rev. 1.3, the t. is at hand. 10. 6, t. no longer.

See Prov. 17.17; Eph. 1.10; 1 Tim. 4.1.

TINGLE. 1 Sam. 3.11; 2 Kings 21.12; Jer. 19.3.

TINKLING. Isa. 3.16,18; 1 Cor. 13.1.

TOGETHER. Prov. 22. 2, meet t. Amos 3. 3, can two walk t. ? Mat. 18.20, two or three gathered t. Rom. 8.28, work t. for good. 1 Thess. 4.17, caught up t. See Mat. 19.6; Eph. 2.21; 2 Thess. 2.1.

TOIL. Gen. 5.29; 41.51; Mat. 6. 28; Lu. 12.27.

TOLERABLE. Mat. 10.15 ; 11. 24; Mk. 6.11; Lu. 10.12.

TONGUE. Job 5.21, hid from scourge of the t. 20.12, hide wickedness under his t. PS: 34.13; 1 Pet, 3.10, keep thy t. from evil. Prov. 10.20, t. of just as choice silver. 12.18; 31.26, t. of wise is health. 19, the lying t. is but for a moment. 15. 4, a wholesome t. is a tree of life. 18.21, death and life in the power of the t. 21.23, whoso keepeth his t. keepeth his soul. 25.15, a soft t. breaketh the bone. Isa. 30.27, his t. as a devouring fire. 50. 4, hath given me the t. of the learned. Jer. 9.5, taught their t. to speak lies. 18.18, let us smite him with the t. Mk. 7.35, his t. was loosed. Jas. 1.26, and bridleth not his t. 3.5, the (. is a little member. 6, the t. is a fire. 8, the t. can no man tame. 1 John 3.18, nor let us love in t. See Ps. 45.1; La. 16.24; Rom. 14.11; Phil. 2.11.

TOOL. Ex. 20.25; 32.4; Deut. 27. 5 ; 1 Kings 6. 7.

TOOTH. Ex. 21.24; Prov. 25.19; Mat, 5. 38.

TORCHES. Nah. 2.3; Zech. 12. 6; John 18.3.

TORMENT. Mat. 8.28, to /. before time.

Lu. 16.23, being in t.

Heb. 11. 37, destitute, afflicted, t. 1 John 4.18, fear hath t.

Rev. 9. 5, t. as t. of a scorpion. 14.11, the smoke of their t.

See Mat. 4. 24; Mk. 5. 7 ; Lu. 8.28.

TORN. Gen. 44. 28, surely he is /. in pieces.

Ezek. 4.14, have not eaten of that which is t.

Hos. 6.1, he hath t., and he will heal us.

See Isa. 5.25 ; Mai. 1.13; Mk. 1. 26.

TOSS. Ps. 109.23, I am t. up and down

Isa. 22.18, he will t. thee like a ball. 54.11, afflicted, /. with tempest.

Eph. 4.14, no more children, t. to and fro.

See Mat. 14.24; Acts 27.18; Jas. 1. 6.

TOUCH. Gen. 3.3, nor t. it, lest ye die. 1 Sam. 10.26, a band whose hearts God had t. 1 Chron. 16.22; Ps. 105.15, t. not mine anointed.

Job 5.19, there shall no evil t. thee. 6. 7, things my soul refused to t.

Isa. 6. 7, lo, this hath t. thy lips.

Jer. 1.9, the Lord t. my mouth.

Zech. 2.8, he that t. you, t. the apple of his eye.

Mat. 9.21; Mk. 5. 28, if I may but t. his garment,

Mk. 10.13; Lu. 18.15, children that he should t. them.

John 20.17, /. me not. 2 Cor. 6.17, t. not the unclean thing.

Col. 2.21, t. not, taste not.

See Job 19.21; Lu. 7.14; 11.46; 1 Cor. 7.1.

TOWER. 2 Sam. 22. 3; Ps. 18.2; 144.2, my high t.

Ps. 61. 3, a strong t. from the enemy.

Prov. 18.10, name ofthe Lord is a strong I.

Isa. 33.18, where is he that counted the t.

See Isa. 2.15 ; 5. 2 ; Mic. 4. 8; Mat, 21. 33.

TRAFFIC. Gen. 42.34; 1 Kings 10.15; Ezek. 17.4.

TRAIN. 1 Kings 10.2 ; Prov. 22.6 ; Isa, 6.1.

TRAITOR. Lu. 6.16; 2 Tim. 3. 4.

TRAMPLE. Ps. 91.13; Isa. 63. 3; Mat. 7.6.

TRANQUILLITY. Dan. 4.27, lengthening of thy t. TRANSFORM. Rom. 12.2; 2 Cor. 11.13, 14,15.

TRANSGRESS. Num. 14.41, wherefore do ye t. ? 1 Sam. 2. 24, make the Lord's people to t.

Neh. 1.8, if ye 1.1 will scatter you.

Ps. 17.3, my mouth shall not t.

Prov. 28.21, for piece of bread man will t.

Jer. 2.8, the pastors /. 3.13, only acknowledge that thou hast t.

Hab. 2.5, he /. by wine.

See Mat. 15. 2 ; Rom. 2. 27 ; 1 John 3.4; 2 John 9.

TRANSGRESSION. Ex. 34. 7 ; Num. 14.18, forgiving t. 1 Chron. 10.13, Saul died for his t.

Ezra 10.6, he mourned because of their t.

Job 7.21, why dost thou not pardon my t. ? 13. 23, make me to know my t. 14.17,  my t. is sealed up. 31.33, if I covered my t.

Ps. 19.13, innocent from the great t. 25. 7, remember not my t. 32.1, blessed is he whose t. is forgiven. 51.1, blot out all my t. 65. 3, as for our t. thou shalt purge them. 107.17, fools because of their t. are afflicted. Prov. 17. 9, he that covereth a t. Isa. 43.25 ; 44, 22, blotteth out thy t. 53. 5, he was wounded for our t. 8, for the t. of my people was he smitten. 5S. 1, show my people their t. Ezek. 18.22, his t. shall not be mentioned. Mic. 1. 5, what is the t. of Jacob ? See Rom. 4.15 ; 5.14 ; 1 Tim..15 2.14; Heb. 2. 2.

TRANSGRESSOR. Ps. 51.13, teach t. thy ways. 59.5, be not merciful to any wicked t. Prov. 13.15, the way of /. is hard. 21.18,  the t. shall be ransom for upright.

Isa. 48. 8, thou wast called a t. from the womb. 53. 12 ; Mk, 15. 28 ; Lu. 22. 37, numbered with the*.

See Dan. 8. 23; Hos. 14. 9; Gal. 2.18.

TRANSLATE. 2 Sam. 3.10 ; Col. 1.13 ; Heb. 11. 5.

TRAP. Job 18.10 ; Ps. 69. 22 ; Jer. 5. 26; Rom. 11.9.

TRAVAIL. Ps. 7.14, he t. with iniquity.

Isa. 23. 4, I /. not. 53.11, the t. of his soul.

Rom. 8. 22, the whole creation t. in pain.

Gal. 4.19, my children, of whom 11.

See Job 15. 20; Isa. 13. s; Mic. 5. 3 ; Rev. 12. -2.

TRAVEL. Eccl. 1.13; 2. 23; 1 Thess. 2. 9 ; 2 Thess. 3.8.

TRAVELLER. Judg. 5. 6; 2 Sam. 12. 4; Job 31. 32.

TREACHEROUS. Isa. 21.2 ; Jer. 9. 2; Zeph. 3.4.

TREACHEROUSLY. Isa. 33.1, thou dealest t.

Jer. 12.1, why are they happy that deal t. ?

Lam. 1.2, her friends have dealt t. with her.

See Hos. 5.1; 6. 7 ; Mai. 2.10,15.

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TREAD. Deut. 11.24, whereon soles of feet t. 25. 4; 1 Cor. 9. 9; 1 Tim. 5.18, not muzzle the ox when he t. Ps. 7.5, let him t. down my life. 44.5, through thy name will we t. them under. 60.12; 108.13, shall t. down our enemies. 91.13, shalt t. upon lion and adder. Isa. 10.6, to t. them down like mire. 16.10, shall t. out no wine. 63.3, I will t. them in mine anger. Jer. 48. 33, none shall t. with shouting. Ezek. 34.18, but ye must t. the residue. Hos. 10.11, loveth to t. out corn. Mai. 4. 3, ye shall t. down the wicked. See Job 9.8; Isa. 41.25; 63. 2 ; Rev. 19.15.

TREASURE. Gen. 43. 23, God hath given you t. Ex. 19.5; Ps. 135.4, a peculiar t. to me. Deut. 28.12, open to thee his good t. Job 3.21; Ps. 17.14; Prov. 2.4, for hid t, 38.22, the t. of the snow. Prov. 8.21, I will fill t. of those that love me. 10.2,  t. of wickedness profiteth nothing. 15.16, than great t. and trouble therewith. 21.20, there is a L to be desired.

Eccl. 2.8, I gathered the peculiar t. of kings. Isa. 2.7, neither is there any end of their t. 45.3,  I will give thee the t. of darkness. Jer. 41.8, slay us not, for we have t. 51.13, waters abundant in t. Dan. 11.43, power over the t. of gold. Mic. 6.10, the t. of wickedness. Mat. 6.21; Lu. 12. 34, where your t. is. 12. 35; out of the good t. of the heart, 13.44, like unto t, hid in a field. 52, out of his t. things new and old. 19. 21; Mk. 10. 21; Lu. 18. 22, thou shalt have t. in heaven.

Lu. 12. 21, that layeth up t. for himself. Col. 2.3, in whom are hid t. of wisdom. 2 Cor. 4.7, we have this t. in earthen vessels. Heb. 11.26, greater riches than t. in Egypt. Jas. 5. 3, ye have heaped t. See Deut. 32. 34 ; 33.19 ; Isa. 33.6 ; Mat. 2.11.

TREASURER. Neh. 13.13; Isa. 22.15 ; Dan. 3. 2.

TREASURY. Josh. 6.19 ; Jer. 38.11; Mat. 27. 6.

TREE. Deut. 20.19, the t. is man's life. Job 14. 7, there is hope of a t. 24. 20, wickedness shall be broken as a t. Ps. 1. 3 ; Jer. 17.8, like a t. planted. 104.16, the t. of the Lord are full of sap. Eccl. 11. 3, where the t. falleth. Isa. 56. 3, I am a dry t. 61.3, called /. of righteousness. Ezek. 15. 2, what is the vine t. more. 31. 9, all the t. of Eden envied him. See Mk. 8. 24 ; Lu. 21.29 ; Jude 12 ; Rev. 7. 3.

TREMBLE. Deut. 2.25, the nations shall t. Judg. 5.4 ; 2 Sam. 22. 8; Ps. 18.7; 77.18; 97.4, the

earth t.

Ezra 9.4, assembled to me every one that t. Job 9. 6, the pillars thereof t. 26.11, the pillars of heaven t. Ps. 2.11, rejoice with t. 60.2, thou hast made earth to t. 99.1,  the Lord reigneth, let the people t. 104.32, he looketh on the earth and it t.

Eccl. 12. 3, the keepers of the house shall t. Isa. 14.16, is this the man that made earth t. ? 64.2,  that the nations may t. at thy presence. 66.5, ye that t. at his word.

Jer. 5.22, will ye not t. at my presence ? 33. 9, they shall t. for all the goodness. Amos 8. 8, shall not the land t. for this? Acts 24.25, Felix t. Jas. 2.19, devils also believe and f. See Acts 9.6; 16.29; 1 Cor. 2.3; Eph. 6. 5 ; Phil. 2.12.

TRENCH. 1 Sam. 17.20; 26. 5; 1 Kings 18.32; Lu. 19.43.

TRESPASS. Gen. 31.36, what is my t.

Gen. 50.17, we pray thee forgive the t.

Ezra 9. 2, rulers have been chief in this t.

Ps. 68.21, goeth on still in his t.

Mat. 6.14, if ye forgive men their t. 18.15, if thy brother t., tell him his fault.

Lu. 17. 3, if thy brother t. against thee. 2 Cor. 5.19, not imputing their t.

Eph. 2.1, dead in t. and sins.

Col. 2.13, having forgiven you all t.

See Num. 5. 6; 1 Kings 8. 31; Ezek. 17. 20; 18.24.

TRIAL. Job 9.23, the t. of the innocent. 2 Cor. 8.2, a great t. of affliction.

See Ezek. 21.13; H3b. 11. 36 ; 1 Pet. 1.7 ; 4.12.

TRIBES. Ps. 105.37, not one feeble person among their t. 122.4, whither the t. go up.

Isa. 19.13, they that are the stay of the t. 49. 6, my servant to raise up the t.

Hab. 3.9, according to oaths of the t.

Mat. 24.30, then shall all t. of earth mourn.

See Num. 24.2; Deut. 1.13 ; 12. 5 ; 18.5.

TRIBULATION. Deut. 4.30, when thou art in t.

Judg. 10.14, let them deliver you in t.

Mat. 13.21, when t. ariseth. 24.21, then shall be great t.

John 16.33, in the world ye shall have t.

Acts 14.22, through much t.

Rom. 5.3, we glory in t. also. 12.12, patient in t.

See 2 Cor. 1.4; 7.4; Eph. 3.13; Eev. 7.14.

TRIBUTARY. Deut. 20.11; Judg. 1.30; Lam. 1.1.

TRIBUTE. Gen. 49.15, a servant to t.

Num. 31. 37, the Lord's t.

Deut. 16.10, t. of freewill offering.

Ezra 7.24, not lawful to impose t.

Neh. 5.4, borrowed money for king's t.

Prov. 12.24, the slothful shall be under t.

See Mat. 17. 24; 22.17 ; Lu. 23. 2.

TRIM. 2 Sam. 19.24; Jer. 2.33 ; Mat. 25.7.

TRIUMPH. Ex. 15.1, he hath t. gloriously.

Ps. 25. 2, let not mine enemies t. 92.4,  I will t. in the works of thy hands. 2 Cor. 2.14, which always causeth us to t. Col. 2.15, a show of them, t. over them. See 2 Sam. 1.20 ; Job 20. 5; Ps. 47.1.

TRODDEN. Job 22.15, way which wicked men

have t.

Ps. 119.118, thou hast t. down all that err. Isa. 5.5, the vineyard shall be t. down. 63.3, 1 have t. the winepress alone. Mic. 7.10, now shall she be t. as mire. Mat. 5.13, salt to be t. under foot. Lu. 21.24, Jerusalem shall be /. down. Heb. 10. 29, hath t. under foot Son of God. See Deut, 1.36; Judg. 5.21; Isa, 18.2.

TRODE. 2 Kings 14. 9 ; 2 Chron. 25.18; Lu. 12.1.

TROOP. 2 Sam. 22.30; Ps. 18.29; Hos. 7.1.

TROUBLE.(w.). Deut. 31.17, many t. shall befall. 1 Chron. 22.14, in my 1.1 prepared for the house. Neh. 9. 32, let not the t. seem little. Job 3. 26, yet t. came. v 5.6, neither doth t. spring out of the ground. 7, man is born to t, 19, shall deliver thee in six t. 14.1, of few days and full of t. 30.25, weep for him that was in t. 34. 29, he giveth quietness, who can make t. 38. 23, I have reserved against the time of t. Ps. 9. 9, a refuge in time of t. 22.11, for t. is near. 25.17, the t. of mine heart are enlarged. 22, redeem Israel out of all his t. 27. 5, in time of t. he shall hide me. 46.1, a very present help in t. 73.5,  they are not in t. as other men. 88.3, my soul is full of t. 119.143, t. and anguish have taken* hold. 138.7, though I walk in the midst of t. Isa. 17.14, at eveningtide U

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Isa. 30.6, into land of t. they will carry riches. 65.16, because former t. are forgotten. 23, they shall not bring forth for t. Jer. 2.27, in time of t. they will say, save us. 8.15, we looked for health, and behold t. 1 Cor 7.28, such shall have t. in the flesh. 2 Cor 1.4, able to comfort them in t.

See Prov. 15. 6; 25.19; Jer. 11.12; 30.7 ; Lam. 1. 21.

TROUBLE.(v.). Josh. 7.25, why hast thou t. us ? 1 Kings 18.17, art thou he that t. Israel ? 18, I have not t. Israel, but thou.

Job 4. 5, now it toucheth thee, and thou art t. Ps. 3.1, how are they increased that t. me ? 77. 4, I am so t. that I cannot speak. Prov. 25.26, is as a t. fountain. Isa. 57.20, the wicked are like the t. sea. Dan. 5.10, let not thy thoughts t. thee. 11.44, tidings out of the north shall t. him. Mat. 24.6, see that ye be not t. 26.10 ; Mk. 14.6, why t. ye the woman? John 5.4, an angel /. the water. 11. 33; 12. 27 ; 13. 21, Jesus groaned and was t. 2 Cor 4. 8 ; 7.5, we are t. on every side. Gal. 1.7, there be some that t. you. 6.17, let no man t. me.

See 2 Thess 1.7 ; 2.2 ; Heb. 12.15; 1 Pet. 3.14.

TROUBLING.. Job 3.17 ; John 5.4.

TRUCE. 2 Tim. 3.3, men shall be ^.-breakers.

TRUE. Gen. 42.11, we are t. men. 1 Kings 22.16, tell me nothing but that which is£. 2 Chron 15.3, Israel hath been without the t. God. Neh. 9.13, thou gavest them t. lawrs.

Ps. 119.160, thy word is t. from the beginning.

Prov. 14.25, a t. witness delivereth souls.

Jer. 10.10, the Lord is the t. God.

Mat. 22.16; Mk. 12.14, we know that thou art t.

Lu. 16.11, the t. riches.

John 1.9, that was the t. light. 4. 23, when the t. worshippers. 5.31, of myself, my witness is not t. 6. 32, the t. bread. 10.41, all things that John spake were t. 15.1, I am the t. vine. 17.3; 1 John 5.20, to know thee the only t. God. 2 Cor. 6. 8, as deceivers and yet t. Eph. 4.24, created in t. holiness. Phil. 4.8, whatsoever things are t. Heb. 10.22, draw near with a t. heart. See Rev. 3. 7 ; 6.10; 15. 3 ; 16. 7 ; 19. 9,11; 21. 5.

TRUST. Job 13.15, though he slay me, yet will It. 39.11, wilt thou t. him because his strength is great ? Ps. 25. 2; 31. 6 ; 55. 23; 56. 3; 143. 8, 11. in thee. 37. 3; 40. 3; 62.8; 115. 9; Prov. 3. 5; Isa. 26. 4, t. in the Lord. 118.8, better to t. in the Lord. 144.2, he in whom 1t.

Prov. 28.26, he that t. in his own heart is a fool. Isa. 50.10, let him t. in the name of the Lord. Jer. 49.11, let thy widows t. in me. Mic. 7.5, t. ye not in a friend. Nah.l. 7, Lord knoweth them that t. in him. Mat. 27.43, he t. in God, let him deliver. Lu. 18. 9, certain which t. in themselves. See Jer. 17. 5; 2 Cor. 1.9; 1 Tim. 4.10.

TRUTH. Deut, 32.4, a God of t. Ps. 15. 2, speaketh t. in his heart. 51.6, desirest t. in inward parts. 91.4, his t. shall be thy shield. 117.2, his t. endureth for ever. 119.30, I have chosen the way of t. Prov. 23.23, buy the t. Isa. 59.14, t. is fallen in the streets. Jer. 9. 3, they are not valiant for the t. Zech. 8.16, speak every man t. to his neighbour. Mai. 2.6, the law of t. was in his mouth. John 1.14, full of grace and t.

John 8.32, know the t. and the t. shall make you free. 14.6, I am the way, the t., and the life. 16.13, Spirit of t. will guide you into all t. 18. 38, what is t. ? Rom. 1.18, who hold t. in unrighteousness. 1 Cor 5.8, unleavened bread of sincerity and t. 2 Cor 13. 8, can do nothing against t. but for the t. Eph. 4.15, speaking the t. in love. 1 Tim. 3.15, the pillar and ground of t. 2 Tim. 2.15, rightly dividing the word of t. Jas. 5.19, if any err from the t.

See 1 Cor. 13. 6 ; 2 Tim. 3. 7 ; 1 John 3.19 ; 5. 6.

TRY. 2 Chron. 32.31, God left him to t. him. Job 23.10, when*he hath /. me. Ps. 26.2, t. my reins and my heart. Jer. 9.7 ; Zech. 13.9,1 will melt them and t. them. 1 Cor. 3.13, shall t. every man's work. Jas. 1.12, when t. he shall receive the crown. 1 John 4.1, t. the spirits.

See Prov. 17.3; Isa. 28.16 ; 1 Pet. 4.12; Rev. 3.18.

TURN. Job 23.13, who can t. him. Ps. 7.12, if he t. not, he will whet his sword. Prov. 1.23, t. at my reproof. Jer. 31.18; Lam. 5.21, t. thou me and I shall be t. Ezek. 14.6; 18.30; 33.9; Hos. 12.6; Joel 2.12, repent and t.

Zech. 9.12, t. you to the strong hold, ye prisoners. Mat. 5.39, t. the other also. Acts 26.18, to t. them from darkness to light. 2 Tim. 3. 5, from such t. away.

See Prov. 21.1; 26.14; Hos .7.8; Lu. 22.61; Jas. 1.17.

TWAIN. Isa. 6.2; Mat. 5.41; 19.5 ; Eph. 2.15.

TWICE. Job 33.14; Mk. 14. 30 ; Lu. 18.12 ; Jude 12.

TWINKLING. 1 Cor. 15. 52, in the t. of an eye.

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