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VAGABOND. Ps. 109.10; Acts 19.13.

VAIL. Mat. 27. 51; 2 Cor. 3.14; Heb. 6.19.

VAIN. Ex. 5. 9, not regard v. words. 20. 7 ; Deut. 5.11, shalt not take name of the Lord in v.

Deut, 32.47, it is not a v. thing for you. 2 Sam. 6.20, as one of the v. fellows. 2 Kings 18. 20; Isa. 36. 5, they are but v. words. Job ll. 12, v. man would be wise. 16.3,  shall v. words have an end ? 21.34,  how then comfort ye me in v. ?

Ps. 2.1; Acts 4.25, the people imagine a v. thing. 26.4,  1 have not sat with v. persons. 33.17, an horse is a v. thing for safety. 39.6, every man walketh in a v. show.

Ps. 60.11; 108.12, v. is the help of man. 89.47, wherefore hast thou made men in v. ? 127.1, labour in v., the watchman waketh in v. Prov. 12.11; 28.19, followeth v. persons. 31.30, beauty is v. Eccl. 6.12, all the days of his v. life. Isa. 1.13, bring no more v. oblations. 45.18, he created it not in v. 19, I said not, seek ye me in v. 49.4; 65.23, laboured in v. Jer. 3.23, in v. is salvation hoped for. 10.3,  the customs of the people are v. 46. ll, in v. shalt thou use medicines.

Mai. 3.14, ye have said, it is v. to serve God. Mat. 6.7, use not v. repetitions. 15. 9; Mk. 7.7, in v. they worship me. Rom. 13.4, he beareth not the sword in v. 1 Cor 15.2, unless ye have believed in v. 2 Cor 6.1, receive not the grace of God in v. Gal. 2.2, lest I should run in v.

Tit, 1.10, unruly and v. talkers. Jas. 1. 26, this man's religion is v. 1 Pet. 1.18, redeemed from v. conversation. See Prov. 1.17 ; Rom. 1.21; Gal. 5.26; Phil. 2.3.

VALIANT. 1 Sam.

IS. 17, be v. for me. 1 Kings 1.42, for thou art a v. man.

Isa. 10.13, put dowrn inhabitants like a v. man. Jer. 9.3, they are not v. for truth. Heb, 11. 34, wTaxed v. in fight. See Ps. 60.12 ; 118.15; Isa, 33. 7 ; Nab. 2.3.

VALUE. Job 13.4, physicians of no v. Mat, 10. 31; Lu. 12. 7, of more v. See Lev. 27.16; Job 28.16 ; Mat. 27. 9.

VANISH. Isa. 51. 6; 1 Cor. 13. 8; Heb. 8.13.

VANITY. Job 7. 3, to possess months of v. 15. 31, v. shall be his recompence. 35.13, God will not hear v. Ps. 12. 2, speak v. with his neighbour. 39.5, every man at his best state is v. 62. 9, are v., lighter than v. 144.4, man is like to v. Prov. 13.11, wealth gotten by v. 30. 8, remove from me v. Eccl. 6.11, many things increase v. 11.10, childhood and youth are v. Isa. 30.28, with the sieve of v. Jer. 18.15, have burned incense to v. Hab. 2.13, shall weary themselves for v. Rom. 8. 20, creature made subject to v. Eph. 4.17, walk in v. of mind. 2 Pet 2.18, ereat swelling words of v. See Eccl. 1.2 ; Jer. 10. 8 ; 14.22; Acts 14.15.

VARIABLENESS. Jas. 1.17, with whom is no v. VARIANCE. Mat. 10. 35 ; Gal. 5.20.

VAUNT. Judg. 7. 2; 1 Cor. 13. 4.

VEHEMENT. Cant. 8. 6 ; Mk. 14. 31; 2 Cor. 7.11.

VENGEANCE. Deut. 32. 35, to me belongeth v.

Prov. 6. 34; Isa. 34. 8; 61.2 ; Jer. 51. 6, day of v.

Isa, 59.17, garments of v. for clothing.

Acts 28. 4, whom v. suffereth not to live.

Jude 7, the v. of eternal fire.

See Mic. 5.15 ; Nan. 1.2 ; Lu. 21.22 ; Rom. 12.19.

VERILY. Gen. 42.21; Ps. 58.11; 73.13; Mk. 9.12.

VERITY. Ps. 111. 7 ; 1 Tim. 2. 7.

VESSEL. 2 Kings 4. 6, there is not a v. more.

Ps. 31.12, I am like a potter's v.

Isa. 66.20, bring offering in a clean v.

Jer. 22. 28, a y. wherein is no pleasure. 25. 34, fall like a pleasant v.

Mat. 13. 48, gathered the good into v. 25.4,  the wise took oil in their v. Acts 9.15, he is a chosen v. unto me. Rom. 9.22, the v. of wrath. 23. the v. of mercy. 1 Thess 4.4, to possess his v. in sanctification. 2 Tim. 2.21, he shall be a v. to honour. 1 Pet, 3. 7, honour to wife as to weaker v. See Isa. 52.11; 65. 4 ; Jer. 14. 3; Mk. 11.16.

VESTRY. 2 Kings 10.22, him that was over the v.

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VESTURE. Gen. 41.42; Ps.22.18; 102.26; Mat. 27.35; Heh. 1.12; Rev. 19.13.

VEX. Ex. 22.21; Lev. 19.33, not v. a. stranger. Num. 33.55, those ye let remain shall v. you. 2 Sam. 12.18, how will he v. himself? Job 19.2, how long will ye v. my soul ? Isa. 11.13, Judah shall not v. Ephraim. Ezek. 32. 9, I will v. the hearts of many. Mat. 15.22, my daughter is grievously v. 2 Pet. 2. 8, v. his righteous soul. See Lev. 18.18; Judg. 16.16; Isa. 63.10; Hab. 2.7.

VEXATION. Eccl. 1.14; 2.22; Isa. 9.1; 28.19; 65.14.

VICTORY. 2 Sam. 19.2, v. was turned to mourning. 1 Chron. 29.11, thine is the v. Ps. 98.1, hath gotten him the v. Mat. 12.20, send forth judgment unto v. 1 John 5.4, this is the v., even our faith. See Isa. 25.8; 1 Cor. 15.51, 55, 57.

VICTUALS. Ex. 12.39, neither had they prepared v. Josh. 9.14, the men took of their v. Neh. 10.31, bring v. on the sabbath. 13.15, in the day wherein they sold v. Mat. 14.15; Lu. 9.12, into villages to buy v. See Gen. 14.11; Judg. 17.10; 1 Sam. 22.10.

VIEW. Josh. 2.7 ; 7.2; 2 Kings 2.7; Neh. 2.13.

VIGILANT. 1 Tim. 3.2; 1 Pet. 5.8.

VILE. 1 Sam. 3.13, made themselves v.

Job 18.3, wherefore are we reputed v. ? 40.4, I am v., what shall I answer thee ?

Ps. 15.4; Isa, 32.5; Dan. 11.21, a v. person.

Jer. 15.19, take the precious from the v.

Lam. 1.11, see, O Lord, for I am become v.

Nah. 3. 6, I will make thee v.

Rom. 1.26, gave them up to v. affections.

Phil. 3.21, shall change our y. body.

Jas. 2.2, a poor man in v. raiment.

See 2. Sam. 1.21; Job 30.8; Ps. 12.8; Nah. 1.14.

VILLANY. Isa. 32.6; Jer. 29.23.

VINE. Deut. 32.32, their v. is of y. of Sodom.

Judg. 13.14, may not eat anything that cometh of the v. 1 Kings 4.25, dwelt every man under his v. 2 Kings 18.31; Isa. 36.16, eat every man of his own v.

Ps. 80.8, a v. out of Egypt. 128.3, thy wife as a fruitful v. Isa. 24. 7, the new wine mourneth, the v. lan-

guisheth.

Hos. 10.1, Israel is an empty v. Mic. 4.4, shall sit every man under his v. Mat. 26.29; Mk.14.25; Lu.22.18, this fruit of

the v.

John 15.1, I am the true v. See Deut. 8.8; Cant. 2.15; Joel 1.7 ; Hab. 3.17.

VINTAGE. Job 24. 6; Isa. 16.10; 32.10; Mic. 7.1.

VIOL. Isa. 5.12; 14.11; Amos 5.23; 6.5.

VIOLENCE. Gen. 6.11, earth was filled with v. Ps. 11.5, him that loveth v. 55.9, I have seen v. in the city. 58.2, weigh the v. of your hands. 72.14, redeem their soul from v. 73.6, v. covereth them as a garment. Prov. 4.17, they drink the wine of v. 10. 6, v. covereth mouth of wicked. Isa. 53. 9, because he had done no v. 60. 18, v. shall no more be heard. Ezek. 8.17; 28.16, they have filled the land with v. Amos 3.10, store up v. in their palaces. Hab. 1.3, v. is before me. Mai. 2.16, one covereth v. with his garment. Mat. 11.12, kingdom of heaven suffereth v. Lu. 3.14, do v. to no man. See Mic. 2. 2; 6.12 ; Zeph. 1. 9 ; Heb. 11. 34.

VIOLENT. Ps. 7.16, his v. dealing. 18.48; 140.1; Prov. 16. 29, the v. man. See 2 Sam. 22.49; Eccl. 5.8; Mat. 11.12.

VIOLENTLY. Isa. 22.18; Mat. 8.32; Mk. 5.13.

VIRGIN. Isa. 23.12; 47.1; 62.5; Jer. 14.17.

VIRTUE. Mk. 5.30; Lu. 6.19; 8.46; Phil. 4.8.

VIRTUOUS. Ruth 3.11; Prov. 12. 4; 31.10, 29.

VISAGE. Isa. 52.14; Lam. 4.8; Dan. 3.19.

VISION. Job 20.8, as a v. of the night.

Prov. 29.18, where there is no v., people perish.

Isa. 22.1, the valley of v. 28.7. they err in v.

Lam. 2.9, prophets find no v. from the Lord.

Hos. 12.10, I have multiplied v.

Joel 2.28; Acts2.17, young men shall see v.

Zech. 13.4, ashamed every one of his v.

Mat. 17.9, tell the v. to no man.

Lu. 24.23, had seen a v. of angels.

Acts 26.19, not disobedient to heavenly v.

See Job 4.13; Ezek. 1.1; 8.3; Mic. 3. 6.

VISIT. Gen. 50. 24; Ex. 13.19, God will v. you. Ex. 20.5; 34.7; Num. 14.18; Deut. 5.9, v. the iniquity of the fathers. 32.34, when I v., I will v. their sin. Ruth 1.6, hpw the Lord had v. his people. Job 5.24, thou shalt v. thy habitation. 7.18, shouldest v. him every morning. Ps. 8.4; Heb. 2.6, the son of man, that thou v. him. 106.4, v. me with thy salvation. Jer.5.9 ; 19.9, shall I not v. for these things? 29.10, I will v., and perform my good word. Ezek. 38.8, after many days thou shalt be v. Mat. 25. 36, I was sick, and ye v. me. Acts 15.14, how God did v. the Gentiles. Jas. 1.27, to v. the fatherless and widows. See Job 31.14; Lu. 1.68, 78; 7.16.

VISITATION. Job 10.12, thy v. hath preserved. Isa. 10.3; 1 Pet. 2.12, in the day of v. Jer. 8.12 ; 10.15; 46.21; 50.27; Lu. 19.44, in the

time of v.

See Num. 16.29; Jer. 11.23; Hos. 9.7.

VOCATION. Eph. 4.1, worthy of the v. VOICE. Gen. 4.10, v. of thy brother's blood. 27.22, the v. is Jacob's v. Ex. 23.21, obey his v., provoke him not. 24.3,  all the people answered with one v. 32.18,  it is not the v. of them that shout. Deut. 4.33, did ever people hear v. of God ? Josh. 6.10, nor make any noise with thy v. 1 Sam. 24.16; 26.17, is this thy v. ? 1 Kings 19.12, after the fire, a still small v. 2 Kings 4.31, there was neither v. nor hearing. Job 3.7, let no joyful v. come therein. 30.31, organ into the v. of them that weep. 37.4,  a v. roareth. 40. 9, canst thou thunder with a v. like him. Ps. 5.3, my v. shalt thou hear in the morning. 31.22 ; 86.6, the v. of my supplications, 42.4, with the v. of joy. 95.7,  to day, if ye will hear his v. 103.20, the v. of his word.

Prov. 1.20, uttereth her v. in the streets. 5.13, not obeyed the v. of my teachers. 8.1, doth not understanding put forth her v. ? 4, my v. is to the sons of man. Eccl. 5.3, a fool's v. is known. 12.4, rise up at the v. of the bird. Cant. 2.8; 5. 2, the v. of my beloved. 12, the v. of the turtle is heard. 14, sweet is thy v. Isa. 13.2, exalt the v. unto them. 40.3; Mat. 3.3; Mk. 1.3; Lu. 3. 4, v. of him that crieth. 6, the v. said, cry. 48.20, with a v. of singing. 52.8,  with the v. together shall they sing. 65.19, the v. of weeping be no more heard. 66.6, a v. of noise, a v. from the temple.

Jer. 7.34, the v. of mirth, and v. of gladness. 30.19,  the v. of them that make merry. 48.3, a v. of crying shall be.

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Ezek. 23.42, a v. of a multitude at ease. 33. 32, one that hath a pleasant v. 43.2, v. like a noise of many waters. Nan. 2.7, lead her as with the v. of doves. Mat. 12.19, neither shall any man hear his v. Lu. 23.23, the v. of them and chief priests prevailed. John 5.25, the dead shall hear v. of Son of God. 10.4,  the sheep follow, for they know his v. 5, they know not the v. of strangers. 12.30, this v. came not because of me. 18.37, every one that is of the truth heareth my v. Acts 12.14, and when she knew Peter's v. 26.10, I gave my v. against them. 1 Cor. 14.10, there are so many v. in the world. 19, that by my v. I might teach others. Gal. 4.20, 1 desire now to change my v. 1 Thess 4.16, descend with v. of archangel. 2 Pet 2.16, dumb ass speaking with man's v. Eev. 3.20, if any man hear my v. 4.5, out of the throne proceeded v.

See Gen. 3.17; Ps. 58. 5; John 3. 29; Acts 12.22.

VOID. Gen. 1.2; Jer. 4.23, without form, and v.

Deut. 32.28, a people v. of counsel.

Ps. 89.39, made v. the covenant. 119.126, they have made v. thy law.

Prov. 11.12, v. of wisdom.

Isa. 55. U, my word shall not return to me v.

Jer. 19.7, make v. the counsel of Judah.

Nah. 2.10, empty, v., and waste.

Acts 24.16, a conscience v. of offence.

See Num. 30.12; Rom. 3.31; 4.14.

VOLUME. Ps. 40.7 ; Heb. 10.7.

VOLUNTARY. Lev. 1. 3; 7.16; Ezek. 46H2j Col. 2.18.

VOMIT. Job 20.15; Prov. 26.11; 2 Pet. 2.22.

VOW.(n). Gen. 28.20; 31.13, Jacob vowed a v.

Num. 29.39, these ye shall do beside your v.

Deut. 12.6, thither bring your v.

Judg. 11.30, Jephthah vowed a y., and said. 39, did with her according to his v. 1 Sam 1.21, Elkanah went up to offer his v. Job 22.27, thou shalt pay thy v.

Ps. 22.25; 66.13; 116.14, I will pay my v. 50.14, pay thy v. unto the most High. 56.12, thy v. are upon me, O God. 61.5,  for thou hast heard my v. 8, that I may daily perform my v. 65.1,  to thee shall the v. be performed. Prov. 7.14, this day have I paid my v. 20.25, after v. to make enquiry. 31.2,  the son of my v.

Eccl. 5.4, when thou vowest a v., defer not to pay. Isa. 19.21, they shall vow a v. unto the Lord. Jonah 1.16, feared the Lord, and made v. Acts 18.18, shorn his head, for he had a v. 21. 23, four men which have a v. on them. See 2 Sam. 15. 7 ; Jer. 44.25; Nah. 1.15.

VOW.{v.). Deut. 23.22, if forbear to v., no sin. Ps. 76.11, v., and pay to the Lord your God. 132. 2, and v. to the mighty God. see Num. 21.2; Eccl. 5.5; Jonah 2.9.

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