« Moon, The Morning Moth, The »

Morning

The second part of the day at the creation — Ge 1:5,8,13,19,23,31.

The first part of the natural day — Mr 16:2.

Ordained by God — Job 38:12.

Began with first dawn — Jos 6:15; Ps 119:147.

Continued until noon — 1Ki 18:26; Ne 8:3.

First dawning of, called the eyelids of the morning — Job 3:9; 41:18.

The outgoings of, made to rejoice — Ps 65:8.

The Jews

Generally rose early in. — Ge 28:18; Jdj 6:28.

Eat but little in. — Ec 10:16.

Went to the temple in. — Lu 21:38; Joh 8:2.

Offered a part of the daily sacrifice in. — Ex 29:38,39; Nu 28:4-7.

Devoted a part of, to prayer and praise. — Ps 5:3; 59:16; 88:13.

Gathered the manna in. — Ex 16:21.

Began their journeys in. — Ge 22:3.

Held courts of justice in. — Jer 21:12; Mt 27:1.

Contracted covenants in. — Ge 26:31.

Transacted business in. — Ec 11:6; Mt 20:1.

Was frequently cloudless — 2Sa 23:4.

A red sky in, a sign of bad weather — Mt 16:3.

Ushered in by the morning star — Job 38:7.

Illustrative

Of the resurrection day. — Ps 49:14.

(Breaking forth,) of the glory of the church. — Song 6:10; Isa 58:8.

(Star of,) of the glory of Christ. — Re 22:16.

(Star of,) of reward of saints. — Re 2:28.

(Clouds in,) of the short lived profession of hypocrites. — Ho 6:4.

(Wings of,) of rapid movements. — Ps 139:9.

(Spread upon the mountains,) of heavy calamities. — Joe 2:2.

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