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Chariots

Carriages for travelling, &c — Ge 46:29.

Carriages used in war — 1Ki 20:25.

Wheels of, described — 1Ki 7:33.

Bound with traces — Mic 1:13.

Drawn by

Horses. — 2Ki 10:2; Song 1:9.

Asses and camels. — Isa 21:7.

Value of in Solomon’s time — 1Ki 10:29.

Drivers generally employed for — 1Ki 22:34; 2Ch 18:33.

Sometimes driven by the owners — 2Ki 9:16,20.

Sometimes driven furiously — 2Ki 9:20; Isa 5:28; Jer 4:13.

Bounding motion of, referred to — Na 3:2.

Noise occasioned by, referred to — 2Ki 7:6; Joe 2:5; Na 3:2; Re 9:9.

Introduced into Israel by David — 2Sa 8:4.

Multiplied by Solomon — 1Ki 10:26.

Imported from Egypt — 1Ki 10:28,29.

For war

Armed with iron. — Jos 17:16; Jdj 1:19.

Lighted by night with torches. — Na 2:3.

Commanded by captains. — Ex 14:7; 1Ki 16:9.

Advantageously manoeuvred in a flat country. — Jdj 1:19; 1Ki 20:23-25.

Formed part of the line of battle. — 1Ki 20:25.

Used in pursuing enemies. — Ex 14:9; 2Sa 1:6.

Kept in chariot cities. — 1Ki 9:19; 10:26.

Used in war by the

Egyptians. — Ex 14:7; 2Ki 18:24.

Canaanites. — Jos 17:16; Jdj 4:3.

Philistines. — 1Sa 13:5.

Syrians. — 2Sa 10:18; 1Ki 20:1.

Assyrians. — 2Ki 19:23.

Ethiopians. — 2Ch 14:9; 16:8.

Babylonians. — Eze 23:23; 26:7.

Jews. — 2Ki 8:21; 10:2.

Kings rode in, to battle — 1Ki 22:35.

Kings used, in common — 1Ki 12:18; 18:44.

Persons of distinction used — Ge 41:43; 2Ki 5:9,21; Jer 17:25; Ac 8:28.

Often attended by running footmen — 1Sa 8:11; 2Sa 15:1; 1Ki 1:5.

Consecrated to the sun — 2Ki 23:11.

The Jews condemned for

Multiplying. — Isa 2:7.

Trusting to. — Isa 22:18; 31:1.

Taken in war, often destroyed. — Jos 11:6,9; Jer 51:21; Mic 5:10; Na 2:13.

Illustrative of

The clouds. — Ps 104:3.

The judgments of God. — Isa 66:15.

Angels. — 2Ki 6:16,17; Ps 68:17.

Prophets. — 2Ki 2:12; 13:14.

Christ’s love to his church. — Song 6:12.

Elijah taken to heaven in one of fire — 2Ki 2:11.

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