« Desert, Journey of Israel Through The Deserts Despair »

Deserts

Vast barren plains — Ex 5:3; Joh 6:13.

Uninhabited places — Mt 14:15; Mr 6:31.

Described as

Uninhabited and lonesome. — Jer 2:6.

Uncultivated. — Nu 20:5; Jer 2:2.

Desolate. — Eze 6:14.

Dry and without water. — Ex 17:1; De 8:15.

Trackless. — Isa 43:19.

Great and terrible. — De 1:19.

Waste and howling. — De 32:10.

Infested with wild beasts — Isa 13:21; Mr 1:13.

Infested with serpents — De 8:15.

Infested with robbers — Jer 3:2; La 4:19.

Danger of travelling in — Ex 14:3; 2Co 11:26.

Guides required in — Nu 10:31; De 32:10.

Phenomena of, alluded to

Mirage or deceptive appearance of water. — Jer 15:18.

Simoom or deadly wind. — 2Ki 19:7; Jer 4:11.

Tornadoes or whirlwinds. — Isa 21:1.

Clouds of sand and dust. — De 28:24; Jer 4:12,13.

Mentioned in scripture

Arabian or great desert. — Ex 23:31.

Bethaven. — Jos 18:12.

Beersheba. — Ge 21:14; 1Ki 19:3,4.

Damascus. — 1Ki 19:15.

Edom. — 2Ki 3:8.

Engedi. — 1Sa 24:1.

Gibeon. — 2Sa 2:24.

Judea. — Mt 3:1.

Jeruel. — 2Ch 20:16.

Kedemoth. — De 2:26.

Kadesh. — Ps 29:8.

Maon. — 1Sa 23:24,25.

Paran. — Ge 21:21; Nu 10:12.

Shur. — Ge 16:7.

Sin. — Ex 16:1.

Sinai. — Ex 19:1,2; Nu 33:16.

Ziph. — 1Sa 23:14,15.

Zin. — Nu 20:1; 27:14.

Of the Red Sea. — Ex 13:18.

Near Gaza. — Ac 8:26.

Heath often found in — Jer 17:6.

Parts of, afforded pasture — Ge 36:24; Ex 3:1.

Inhabited by wandering tribes — Ge 21:20,21; Ps 72:9; Jer 25:24.

The persecuted fled to — 1Sa 23:14; Heb 11:38.

The disaffected fled to — 1Sa 22:2; Ac 21:38.

Illustrative of

Barrenness. — Ps 106:9; 107:33,35.

Those deprived of blessings. — Ho 2:3.

The world. — Song 3:6; 8:5.

The Gentiles. — Isa 35:1,6; 41:19.

What affords no support. — Jer 2:31.

Desolation by armies. — Jer 12:10-13; 50:12.

« Desert, Journey of Israel Through The Deserts Despair »
Please login or register to save highlights and make annotations
Corrections disabled for this book
Proofing disabled for this book
Printer-friendly version





Advertisements



| Define | Popups: Login | Register | Prev Next | Help |