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Jews, The

Descended from Abraham — Isa 51:2; Joh 8:39.

Divided into twelve tribes — Ge 35:22; 49:28.

Called

Hebrews. — Ge 14:13; 40:15; 2Co 11:22.

Israelites. — Ex 9:7; Jos 3:17.

Seed of Abraham. — Ps 105:6; Isa 41:8.

Seed of Jacob. — Jer 33:26.

Seed of Israel. — 1Ch 16:13.

Children of Jacob. — 1Ch 16:13.

Children of Israel. — Ge 50:25; Isa 27:12.

Jeshurun. — De 32:15.

Chosen and loved by God — De 7:6,7.

Circumcised in token of their covenant relation — Ge 17:10,11; Ac 7:8.

Separated from all other nations — Ex 33:16; Le 20:24; 1Ki 8:53.

Described as

A peculiar people. — De 14:2.

A peculiar treasure. — Ex 19:5; Ps 135:4.

A holy nation. — Ex 19:6.

A holy people. — De 7:6; 14:21.

A kingdom of priests. — Ex 19:6.

A special people. — De 7:6.

The Lord’s portion. — De 32:9.

Sojourned in Egypt — Ex 12:40,41.

Brought out of Egypt by God — Ex 12:42; De 5:15; 6:12.

In the desert forty years — Nu 14:33; Jos 5:6.

Settled in Canaan — Nu 32:18; Jos 14:1-5.

Under the theocracy until the time of Samuel — Ex 19:4-6; 1Sa 8:7.

Desired and obtained kings — 1Sa 8:5,22.

Divided into two kingdoms after Solomon — 1Ki 11:31,32; 12:19,20.

Often subdued and made tributary — Jdj 2:13,14; 4:2; 6:2,6; 2Ki 23:33.

Taken captive to Assyria and Babylon — 2Ki 17:32; 18:11; 24:16; 25:11.

Restored to their own land by Cyrus — Ezr 1:1-4.

Had courts of justice — De 16:18.

Had an ecclesiastical establishment — Ex 28:1; Nu 18:6; Mal 2:4-7.

Had a series of prophets to promote national reformation — Jer 7:25; 26:4,5; 35:15; 44:4; Eze 38:17.

The only people who had knowledge of God — Ps 76:1; 1Th 4:5; Ps 48:3; Ro 1:28.

The only people who worshipped God — Ex 5:17; Ps 96:5; 115:3,4; Joh 4:22.

Religion of, according to rites prescribed by God — Le 18:4; De 12:8-11; Heb 9:1.

Religion of, typical — Heb 9:8-11; 10:1.

Their national greatness — Ge 12:2; De 33:29.

Their national privileges — Ro 3:2; 9:4,5.

Their vast numbers — Ge 22:17; Nu 10:36.

National character of

Pride of descent, & c. — Jer 13:9; Joh 8:33,41.

Love of country. — Ps 137:6.

Fondness for their brethren. — Ex 2:11,12; Ro 9:1-3.

Attachment to Moses. — Joh 9:28,29; Ac 6:11.

Attachment to customs of the law. — Ac 6:14; 21:21; 22:3.

Fondness for traditionary customs. — Jer 44:17; Eze 20:18,30,21; Mr 7:3,4.

Stubborn and stiffnecked. — Ex 32:9; Ac 7:51.

Prone to rebellion. — De 9:7,24; Isa 1:2.

Prone to backsliding. — Jer 2:11-13; 8:5.

Prone to idolatry. — Isa 2:8; 57:5.

Prone to formality in religion. — Isa 29:13; Eze 33:31; Mt 15:7-9.

Self-righteous. — Isa 65:5; Ro 10:3.

Unfaithful to covenant engagements. — Jer 3:6-8; 31:32; Eze 16:59.

Ungrateful to God. — De 32:15; Isa 1:2.

Ignorant of the true sense of Scripture. — Ac 13:27; 2Co 3:13-15.

Distrustful of God. — Nu 14:11; Ps 78:22.

Covetous. — Jer 6:13; Eze 33:31; Mic 2:2.

Cowardly. — Ex 14:10; Nu 14:3; Isa 51:12.

Trusted to their privileges for salvation — Jer 7:4; Mt 3:9.

Distinction of castes among, noticed — Isa 65:5; Lu 7:39; 15:2; Ac 26:5.

Degenerated as they increased in national greatness — Am 6:4.

Often displeased God by their sins — Nu 25:3; De 32:16; 1Ki 16:2; Isa 1:4; 5:24,25.

A spiritual seed of true believers always among — 1Ki 19:18; Isa 6:13; Ro 9:6,7; 11:1,5.

Modern, divided into

Hebrews or pure Jews. — Ac 6:1; Php 3:5.

Hellenists or Grecians. — Ac 6:1; 9:29.

Many sects and parties. — Mt 16:6; Mr 8:15.

An agricultural people — Ge 46:32.

A commercial people — Eze 27:17.

Obliged to unite against enemies — Nu 32:20-22; Jdj 19:29; 20:1-48; 1Sa 11:7,8.

Often distinguished in war — Jdj 7:19-23; 1Sa 14:6-13; 17:32,33; Ne 4:16-22.

Strengthened by God in war — Le 26:7,8; Jos 5:13,14; 8:1,2.

Under God’s special protection — De 32:10,11; 33:27-29; Ps 105:13-15; 121:3-5.

Enemies of, obliged to acknowledge them as divinely protected — Jos 2:9-11; Es 6:13.

Prohibited from

Associating with others. — Ac 10:28.

Covenanting with others. — Ex 23:32; De 7:2.

Marry with others. — De 7:3; Jos 23:12.

Following practices of others. — De 12:29-31; 18:9-14.

Despised all strangers — 1Sa 17:36; Mt 16:26,27; Eph 2:11.

Held no intercourse with strangers — Joh 4:9; Ac 11:2,3.

Condemned for associating with other nations — Jdj 2:1-3; Jer 2:18.

Received proselytes from other nations — Ac 2:10; Ex 12:44,48.

Gentiles made one with, under the gospel — Ac 10:15,28; 15:8,9; Ga 3:28; Eph 2:14-16.

All other nations

Envied. — Ne 4:1; Isa 26:11; Eze 35:11.

Hated. — Ps 44:10; Eze 35:5.

Oppressed. — Ex 3:9; Jdj 2:18; 4:3.

Persecuted. — La 1:3; 5:5.

Rejoiced at calamities of. — Ps 44:13,14; 80:5,6; Eze 36:4.

None hated or oppressed, with impunity — Ps 137:8,9; Eze 25:15,16; 35:6; Ob 1:10-16.

Christ

Promised to. — Ge 49:10; Da 9:25.

Expected by. — Ps 14:7; Mt 11:3; Lu 2:25,38; Joh 8:56.

Regarded as the restorer of national greatness. — Mt 20:21; Lu 24:21; Ac 1:6.

Sprang from. — Ro 9:5; Heb 7:14.

Rejected by. — Isa 53:3; Mr 6:3; Joh 1:11.

Murdered by. — Ac 7:52; 1Th 2:15.

Imprecated the blood of Christ upon themselves and their children — Mt 27:25.

Many of, believed the gospel — Ac 21:20.

Unbelieving, persecuted the Christians — Ac 17:5,13; 1Th 2:14-16.

Cast off for unbelief — Ro 11:17,20.

Scattered and peeled — Isa 18:2,7; Jas 1:1.

Shall finally be saved — Ro 11:26,27.

Punishment of, for rejecting and killing Christ, illustrated — Mt 21:37-43.

Descendants of Abraham — Ps 105:6; Isa 51:2; Joh 8:33; Ro 9:7.

The people of God — De 32:9; 2Sa 7:24; Isa 51:16.

Separated to God — Ex 33:16; Nu 23:9; De 4:34.

Beloved for their father’s sake — De 4:37; 10:15; Ro 11:28.

Christ descended from — Joh 4:22; Ro 9:5.

The objects of

God’s love. — De 7:8; 23:5; Jer 31:3.

God’s choice. — De 7:6.

God’s protection. — Ps 105:15; Zec 2:8.

The covenant established with — Ex 6:4; 24:6-8; 34:27.

Promises respecting made to

Abraham. — Ge 12:1-3; 13:14-17; 15:18; 17:7,8.

Isaac. — Ge 26:2-5,24.

Jacob. — Ge 28:12-15; 35:9-12.

Themselves. — Ex 6:7,8; 19:5,6; De 26:18,19.

Privileges of — Ps 76:1,2; Ro 3:1,2; 9:4,5.

Punished for

Idolatry. — Ps 78:58-64; Isa 65:3-7.

Unbelief. — Ro 11:20.

Breaking covenant. — Isa 24:5; Jer 11:10.

Transgressing the law. — Isa 1:4,7; 24:5,6.

Changing the ordinances. — Isa 24:5.

Killing the prophets. — Mt 23:37,38.

Imprecating upon themselves the blood of Christ. — Mt 27:25.

Scattered among the nations — De 28:64; Eze 6:8; 36:19.

Despised by the nations — Eze 36:3.

Their country trodden under foot by the Gentiles — De 28:49-52; Lu 21:24.

Their house left desolate — Mt 24:38.

Deprived of civil and religious privileges — Ho 3:4.

Denunciations against those who

Cursed. — Ge 27:29; Nu 24:9.

Contended with. — Isa 41:11; 49:25.

Oppressed. — Isa 49:26; 51:21-23.

Hated. — Ps 129:5; Eze 35:5,6.

Aggravated the afflictions of. — Zec 1:14,15.

Slaughtered. — Ps 79:1-7; Eze 35:5,6.

God, mindful of — Ps 98:3; Isa 49:15,16.

Christ was sent to — Mt 15:24; 21:37; Ac 3:20,22,26.

Compassion of Christ for — Mt 23:37; Lu 19:41.

The gospel preached to, first — Mt 10:6; Lu 24:47; Ac 1:8.

Blessedness of blessing — Ge 27:29.

Blessedness of favouring — Ge 12:3; Ps 122:6.

Pray importunately for — Ps 122:6; Isa 62:1,6,7; Jer 31:7; Ro 10:1.

Saints remember — Ps 102:14; 137:5; Jer 51:50.

Promises respecting

The pouring out of the Spirit upon them. — Eze 39:29; Zec 12:10.

The removal of their blindness. — Ro 11:25; 2Co 3:14-16.

Their return and seeking to God. — Ho 3:5.

Their humiliation for the rejection of Christ. — Zec 12:10.

Pardon of sin. — Isa 44:22; Ro 11:27.

Salvation. — Isa 59:20; Ro 11:26.

Sanctification. — Jer 33:8; Eze 36:25; Zec 12:1,9.

Joy occasioned by conversion of. — Isa 44:23; 49:13; 52:8,9; 66:10.

Blessing to the Gentiles by conversion of. — Isa 2:1-5; 60:5; 66:19; Ro 11:12,15.

Reunion of. — Jer 3:18; Eze 37:16,17,20-22; Ho 1:11; Mic 2:12.

Restoration to their own land. — Isa 11:15,16; 14:1-3; 27:12,13; Jer 16:14,15; Eze 36:24; 37:21,25; 39:25,28; Lu 21:24.

Gentiles assisting in their restoration. — Isa 49:22,23; 60:10,14; 61:4-6.

Subjection of Gentiles to. — Isa 60:11,12,14.

Future glory of. — Isa 60:19; 62:3,4; Zep 3:19,20; Zec 2:5.

Future prosperity of. — Isa 60:6,7,9,17; 61:4-6; Ho 14:5,6.

That Christ shall appear amongst. — Isa 59:20; Zec 14:4.

That Christ shall dwell amongst. — Eze 43:7,9; Zec 2:11.

That Christ shall reign over. — Eze 34:23,24; 37:24,25.

Conversion of, illustrated — Eze 37:1-14; Ro 11:24.

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