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Intit. 18. Ye shall eat the 1 & wagon for two of the princes, in, but that he hath killed a man of the mighty, and drink the and for each one an ox: and or a woman; the ox shall be stoned, Hof the princes of the earth, they brought them before the and his owner also shall be put to is, of lambs, and of goats, tabernacle.
death. If there be laid on him a sillocks all of them fatlings of Deut. v, 14. But the seventh day sum of money, then he shall give is the sabbath of the LORD thy
for the ransom of his life whatsoGod: in it thou shalt not do any leve
ever is laid upon him. Whether CATTLE.
work, thou, nor thy son, nor thy he have gored a son, or have gored VERY GENERAL POSSES. daughter, nor thy manservant. I a daughter, according to this
judgment shall it be done unto nor thy maidservant, nor thine ox. SION.
hin. If the ox shall push a mantil, 4. 18. 31. Blessed 1 Sam. vi, 7. Now therefore
servant or maidservant; he shall Be the fruit of thy body, and make a new cart, and take two
give unto their master thirty fruit of thy ground, and the
milch kine, on which there hath shekels of silver and the ox shall of thy wattle, the increase of como no yoke, and tie the kine to l ha stonad
And if a man shall kire, and the flocks of thy the cart, and bring their calves | open a pit, or if a man shall dig a mp Cared shall be the fruit home from them.
pit, and not cover it, and an ox or baly, and the fruit of thy 2 Sam. vi. 6. And when they
an ass fall therein; The owner of the the increase of thy kine, and came to Nachon's threshingfloor,
pit shall make it good, and give of thy sleep. Thine ox Uzzah put forth his hand to the
money unto the owner of them; slain before thine eyes, ark of God, and took hold of it;
and the dead beast shall be his. I thou shalt not eat thereof: for the oxen shook it.
And if one man's ox hurt another's Win U be violently taken
that he die; then they shall sell I from before thy face, and 1 Kin, xix, 19. So he departed
the live ox, and divide the money Do be restored to thee: thy thence, and found Elisha the son
of it; and the dead ox also they all be given unto thine of Shaphat, who was ploughing
shall divide. Or if it be known , and thou shalt have none with twelve yoke of oxen before
that the ox hath used to push in him, and he with the twelfth: and
time past, and his owner hath not Elijah passed by him, and cast his
kept him in; he shall surely pay Minx, 2, 14, 15. But Saul mantle upon him.
ox for ox; and the dead shall be the people spared Agag, and
1 Chron, xii, 40. Moreover they his own." Best of the sheep, and of the
that were nigh them, even unto And the fatlings, and the
Exod. xxii, 10, 11. If a man deIssachar and Zebulun and Naphand all Lat was good, and
liver unto his neighbour an ass, tali, brought bread on asses, and mot mitterly destroy them:
or an ox, or a sheep, or any beast, on camels, and on mules, and on every thing that was vile and
to keep; and it die, or be hurt, or oxen, and meat, meal, cakes of at they destroyed utterly.
driven away, no man seeing it: figs, and bunches of raisins, and a wid, What meaneth
Then shall an oath of the LORD be wine, and oil, and oxen, and sheep Heating of the sheep in
between them both, that he hath abundantly; for there was joy in N ad the lowing of the
not put his hand unto his neighIsrael, which I bear?And Saul
bour's goods; and the owner of it They have brought them
Ps. cxliv, 14. That our oxen shall accept thereof, and he shall bs Amalekites: for tlie peo
may be strong to labour, that there l not make it good. read the best of the sheep be no breaking in, nor going out;
E.cod. xxiii, 4.5. If thou meet of the oxen, to sacrifico unto that there be no complaining in
thine enemy's ox or his ass going Loa thy God; and the rest our streets.
astray, thou shalt surely bring it date atterly destroyed.
Prov. xiv, 4. Where no oxen back to him again. If thou see Chrva. T, 9. And eastward he
are, the crib tế clean; but much the ass of him that hateth thee Nuted unto the entering in of
increase is by the strength of the lying under his burden, and Wilderness from the
wouldest forbear to help him, ox.
river Pirates because their cattle Jer. li, 23. I will also break in
thou shalt surely help with him. multiplied in the land of pieces with thee the shepherd and
his flock; and with thee will I PASTURE GROUND. triy, 3. They drive away break in pieces the husbandman
| Gen. xlvii. 4. They said more. of the fatherless, they
and his yoke of oxen; and with over unto Pharaoh, For to sojourn a widow's or for a pledge.
thee will I break in pieces cap- l in the land are we come; for thy tains and rulers.
Bervants have no pasture for their ili, 12. So the Lord blessed etter end of Job more than
Hos. iv, 16. For Israel slideth flocks; for the famine is sore in Seglaning: for he had fourteen
back as a backsliding heifer: now the land of Canaan: now therefore,
the LORD will feed them as a lambwe pray thee, let thy servants and sheep, and six thousand
I dwell in the land of Goshen. and a thousand yoke of In a large place.
Num. xxxii, 1-5. Now the chil01 a thousand she asses. Luke xiv, 19. And another said, I have bought five yoke of oxen,
dren of Reuben and the children bxxviii, 48. He gave up and I go to prove them; I pray
of Gad had a very great multitudo tatile also to the hail, and thee have me excused.
of cattle: and when they saw the bucks to hot thunderbolts.
land of Jazer, and the land of 3 Til, 21. And it shall come to
Gilead, that, behold, the place was
STATUTE. to that day. that
a place for cattle; The children of man
Exod. xxl, 28-36. If an ox gore Gad and the children of Reuben sur 2 young cow, and
a man or a woman, that they die: came and spake unto Moses, and then the ox shall be surely stoned, to Eleazar the priest, and unto tho
and his flesh shall not be eaten; princes of the congregation, sayOX,
but the owner of the ox shall being, Ataroth, and Dibon, and DEED FOR LABOUR.
quit. But if the ox were wont to Jazer, and Nimrah, and Heshbon, VU, Z. And they brought push with his horn in time past, I and Elealeh, and Shebam, and kr offering before the LORD, SIX
and it hath been testified to his Nebo, and Beon, Even the counvered wagons, and twelve oxen; owner,
owner, and he hath not kept him try which the LORD emote before
the congregation of Israel, 18 al. Ezek. XXV, 4. ... They shall eat | 1 Kin. 1, 9. And Adonija! land for cattle, and thy servants thy fruit, and they shall drink thy sheep and oxen and fat cat have cattle: Wherefore, said they, milk.
the stone of Zobeleth, whid if we have found grace in thy
En-rogel, and called all his sight, let this land be given unto MILK AND HONEY. ren the king's sons, and thy servants for a possession, and
CHARACTERISTIC OF CANAAN.
men of Judah the king bring us not over Jordan.
Deut. vi, 3. Hear therefore, o
vants. Isa, xlix, 9. That thou mayest Targeland observe t
Israel, and observe to do it: that
1 Kin. iv, 23. Ten fat oxe say to the prisoners, Go forth; to it may be well with thee, and
and twenty oxen out of the pa them that are in darkness, Shew that ye may increase mightily, as
and an hundred sheep, yourselves. They shall feed in the LORD God of thy fathers hath
harts, and roe-bucks, and the ways, and their pastures shall
promised thee, in the land that deer, and fatted fowl. be in all high places.
floweth with milk and honey. 2 Chron. xviii, 2. And af DAIRY PRODUCE.
tain years he went down to Deut. xi, 9. And that ye may
prolong your days in the land. / to Samaria. And Abab Gen. xiil,8. And he took butter, which the LORD sware unto your
sheep and oxen for him in and milk, and the calf which he had fathers to give unto them and to
ance, and for the people dressed, and set it before them; their seed, a land that floweth
had with him, and per and he stood by them under the | with milk and honey.
him to go up with him to E tree, and they did eat.
Deut. xxvi, 15. Look down from
gilead. Gen. xxxi, 15. Thirty milch thy holy habitation, from heaven,
Neh. v, 18. Now that whi camels with their colts, forty kine, and bioc.
and bless thy people Israel, and prepared for me daily was and ten bulls, twenty she asses, the land which thou hast given
and six choice sheep. and ten foals.
us, as thou swarest unto our Prov. vii, 22. He goed Gen. xlix, 12. ... And his teeth fathers, a land that floweth with her straightway, as an of white with milk. | milk and honey.
to the slaughter, or as a to Deut. xxxil, 14. Butter of kine,
Deut. xxvii, 3. And thou shalt correction of the stocks. and milk of sheep. with fat of write upon them all the words of Prov. xv. 17. Better is a lambs, and rams of the breed of this law, when thou art passed
of herbs where love is, Bashan, and goats, with the fat of over, that thou mayest go in unto
stalled ox and hatred ther kidneys of wheat, and thou didst the land which the LORD thy God
18a, xxil, 13. And behold drink the pure blood of the grape.giveth thee, a land that floweth Judoes iv, 19. And he said unto
gladness, slaying oxen and with milk and honey; as the LORD God of thy fathers hath promised
sheep, eating flesh and d her, Give me, I pray thee, a little
wine: let us eat and drink water to drink; for I am thirsty. thee.
morrow we shall die. And she opened a bottle of milk, Deut. xxxi, 20. For when I shall Jer. xi. 19. But I tons and gave him drink, and covered have brought them into the land | lamb or an ox that is bro him,
which I sware unto their fathers, I the slaughter, and I kn Judges, v, 25. He asked water. that floweth with milk and honey;
that they had devised and she gave him milk: she | end they shall have eaten and
against me. brought forth butter in & lordly
filled themselves, and waxen fat; dish. then will they turn into other
Jer. xlvi, 20, 21. Egypt
a very fair heifer, brit des gods, and serve them, and provoke 1 Sam. xvil, 18. And carry these
cometh; it cometh out me, and break my covenant. ten cheeses unto the captain of
north. Also her hired me their thousand, and look how thy Jer. xi, 5. That I may perform
the midst of her like fatta brethren fare, and take their the oath which I have sworn un
ocks; for they also are pledge. to your fathers, to give them a
back, and are fled away 2 Sam. xvil, 29. ... And sheep, land flowing with milk and honey,
they did not stand, bed and cheese of kine, for David, and as it is this day.
day of their calamity w for the people that were with him,
upon them, and the time to eat: for they said, The people
them this land, which thou didst visitation. 18 hungry, and weary, and thirsty, swear to their fathers to give them,
| Jer. I, 27. Slay all her! in the wilderness. a land flowing with milk and
let them go down to the sli Job x, 10. Hast thou not poured honey.
woe unto them! for thei me out as milk, and curdled me Ezek. XX, 6, 15. In the day that I come, the time of their vi like cheese? lifted up mine hand unto them,
Matth, xxii, 4. ... My Job xxix, 6. When I washed my to bring them forth of the land of
my fatlings are killed, Egypt into a land that I had espied steps with butter, and the rock
things are ready.... poured me out rivers of oil,
for them, flowing with milk and
honey, which is the glory of all Ps. lv, 21. The words of his lands. Yet also I lifted up my
HORN. mouth were smoother than butter,
hand unto them in the wilderness, but war was in his heart.
EMBLEM OF POWER, FRID that I would not bring them into Prov. XXX, 83. Surely the churn the land which I had given them,
PROTECTION ing of milk bringeth forth butter. flowing with milk and honey,
1 Sam. 11, 1. And Hanna Isa. 1x, 16. Thou shalt also suck which is the glory of all lands.
ed, and said, My heart 1 the milk of the Gentiles, and shalt
in the LORD, mine horn suck the breast of kings: and thou KILLED FOR FOOD.
in the LORD; my mouth is shalt know that I the LORD am
over mine enemies, beca | 1 Sam. xiv, 34. And Saul said, thy Saviour and thy Redeemer, Disperse yourselves among the
joice in thy salvation. the mighty One of Jacob.
people, and say unto them, Bring! 2 Sam. xxii, 3. The Gol Lam. iv, 7. Her Nazarites were me hither every man his ox, and | rock; in him will I trust: purer than snow, they were whiter every man his sheep, and slay shield, and the horn of ni iban milk. them here, and eat. . . .
tion, my high tower, and
by Saviour, thon savest me the horns of the Gentiles, whichi 2 Chron xxx, 24. For Hezekiah a violence.
lifted up their horn over ine land king of Judah did give to the conof Judah to scatter it.
gregation a thousand bullocks Kings wii, 11. And Zedekiah
and seven thousand sheep; and on of Chenaanah made him Luke i, 69. And hath raised up
the princes gave to the congregais of iron: and he said, Thus an horn of salvation for us in the
tion a thousand bullocks and ten the LORD, With these shalt house of his servant David.
thousand sheep: and a great posh the Syrians, until thou Rev. v. 6. And I beheld, and, lo, number of priests sanctified themconsumed them.
in the midst of the throne and of selves. Ldx, 31. This also shall the four beasts, and in the midst
Job xlil, 12. So the LORD blessed use the Lord better than an ox of the elders, stood a Lamb as it
the latter end of Job more than bullock that hath horns and had been slain, having seven
I his beginning: for he had fourteon horns and seven eyes, which are
thousand sheep. . . . Flu.4.6. 10. I said unto the the seven Spirits of God sent forth
Isa. xvi, 1. Send ye the lamb to Dolnot foolishly: and to the into all the earth.
the ruler of the land from Sela to ted, Lili Dot up the horn: Lift Rev. xiil, 1.11. And I stood upon
the wilderness, unto the mount of KAD yok horn on high: speak the sand of the sea, and saw a beast
the daughter of Zion. di stiff neck. All the rise up out of the sea, having seven med the wicked also will I cut heads and ten horns, and upon
WOOL. the horns of the righteous his horns ten crowns, and upon his
Excod. xxv, 5. And rams' skins 1 be exalted.
heads the name of blasphemy. I dyed red, and badgers' skins, and Ixix, 17. 24. For thou art | And I beheld another beast com shittim wood. glory of their strength: and in
ing up out of the earth; and he | Judaes vi. 37. Behold, I will put laroar our horn shall be ex
had two horns like a lamb, and a fleece of wool in the floor, and But my faithfulness and he spake as a dragon.
if the dew be on the fleece only, reercy shall be with him: and Rev. xvii, 12. And the ten horns and it be dry upon all the earth Day lame shall his horn be ex which thou sawest are ten kings, beside, then shall I know that
which have received no kingdom thon wilt save Israel by mine Il exi, 9. He hath dispersed.) as yet; but receive power as kings | hand, as thou hast said. th given to the poor: his | one hour with the beast.
Job xxxi, 20. If his loins have ess endureth for ever,
not blessed me, and he were ann shall be exalted with THE FLOCK. not warmed with the fleece of my
sheep. Psalviil, 14. He also exalteth
Prov. xxxi, 13. She seeketh wool,
MATERIAL, ETC. De bon of his people, the praise
and flax, and worketh willingly al his salete even of the chilGen. xiii, 5. And Lot also,
with her hands. ad Israel, á people near unto which went with Abram, had
Ezek. xxxiv, 3. Ye eat the fat Praise ye the LOBD. flocks, and herds, and tents.
and ye clothe you with the wool, Veril, 25. The born of Moab Gen. xxiv, 35. And the LORD
yo kill them that are fed; but ye e and his arm is broken, hath blessed my master greatly;
feed not the flock. and he is become great: and he
Heb. xi, 37. They were stoned, bath given him flocks, and herds, LACS V, 13. Ye which rejoice and silver, and gold, and men
they were sawn asunder, were Uing of nought, which say, servants, and maidservants, and
tempted, were slain with the Ire we not taken to us horns
sword; they wandered about in Tonn strength? camels, and asses.
sheepskins and goatskins; being Gen. xxvi, 14. For he had pos- de
| destitute, afflicted, tormented.
1 Sam. xxv, 18. Then Abigail a vil, 8, 24. I considered the Exod. x, 9. And Moses said, We
made haste, and took two hunand, behold, there came up will go with our young and with tg them another little horn,
dred loaves, and two bottles of our old, with our sons and with whom there were three of
| wine, and five sheep ready dressour daughters, with our flocks and 1st borns plucked up by the
ed. . . . . with our herds will we go; for we and, behold, in this horn
1 Kin. 1, 19. And he hath plain must hold a feast unto the LORD, eyes like the eyes of man,
oxen and fat cattle and sheep in 1 Sam. xxv, 2. And there was a Samooth speaking great things,
abundance, and hath called all the man in Maon, whose possessions the ten horns out of this
sons of the king, and Abiathar the were in Carmel, and the man was dom are ten kings that shall
priest, and Joab the captain of the and another shall rise after very great, and he had three
host: but Solomon thy servant and be shall be diverse from thousand sheep, and a thousand
hath he not called. forst, and he shall subdue three goats. ...
Neh. v, 18. Now that which 2 Sam. xii, 2. The rich man had
was prepared for medaily was one exceeding 'many tlocks ECA. 1, 18, 19, 21. Then lifted I herds.
ox and six choico sheep; also
fowls were prepared for me, and aline eyes, and saw, and befour horis. And I said unto
2 Kin. iii, 4. And Mesha king of once in ten days store of all sorts Engel that talked with me,
Moab was a sheepmaster, and of wine: yet for all this required at be these? And he answered
rendered unto the king of Israel, not I the bread of the governor, These are the horng which
which an hundred thousand lambs, and because the bondage was heavy Pe scattered Judah, Israel, and
an hundred thousand rams, with | upon this people. rusalem. Then said I, What the wool.
Isa. xxii, 13. And behold joy be there to do? And he spake. | 2 Chron. xiv, 15. They smote and gladness, . .... and
These are the horns which also the tents of cattle, and carried killing sheep, eating flesh, and Wattered Jadah, so that no away sheep and camels in abun- | drinking wine: let us eat and adhilift up his her
u ut up his head: but these dance, and returned to Jerusa- | drink: for tomorrow we shall
Jer. xil, 3. But thon, O LORD,I Zech. xlil, 7. Awake, O sword, I month; then we water the she knowest me: thou hast seen me, against my shepherd, and against And it came to pass, Wben and tried mine heart toward the man that is my fellow, saith saw Rachel the daughter of a thee: pull them out like sheep for the LORD of hosts: smite the his mother's brother, and the slaughter, and prepare them shepherd, and the sheep shall be sheep of Laban his o for the day of slaughter.
scattered, and I will turn mine brother, that Jacob went near, hand upon the little ones.
rolled the stone from the Ex SYMBOLS OF INNOCENCE Matth. ix, 86. But when he saw
mouth, and watered the loc
Laban his mother's brother, AND HELPLESSNESS. the multitudes, he was moved Gen, xxii, 13. And Abraham
with compassion on them, be- Ecod, ii, 16-19. Now the lifted up his eyes, and looked, and
cause they fainted, and were scat of Midian had seven dangti behold behind him a ram caught
tered abroad, as sheep having no and they came and drew in a thicket by his horns: and shepherd,
and filled the troughs to Abraham went and took the ram, Matth. 6. But go rather to their father's flock. AL and offered him up for a burnt the lost sheep of the house of shepherds came and drove u offering in the stead of his son. Israel.
away: but Moses stood up
helped them, and waterede Num. xxvii, 17. Which may gol Matth. XV, 24. But he answered | flock. And when they cam out before them, and which may and said, I am not sent but unto go in before them, and which the lost sheep of the house of is it that ye are come so SE may lead them out, and which Israel.
day? And they said, An may bring them in; that the con- Nark vi, 34. And Jesus, when tian delivered us out of the gregation of the LORD be not as he came out saw much people, of the shepherds, and 10 sheep which have no shepherd. I and was moved with compassion water enough for us, and 1 Kin. xxii, 17. And he said. I
toward them, because they were the flock. saw all Israel scattered upon the
as sheep not having a shepherd: hills, as sheep that have not a
Num. xxxil, 16. And there and he began to teach them many
near unto him, and said, we shepherd; and the LORD said, things.
build sheepfolds here for me These have no master: let them Acts vill, 32. The place of the and cities for our little one. return every man to his house in scripture which he read was this,
He was led as a sheep to the peace.
Judg. V, 16. Why abodest
among the sheepfolds, to bear 2 Chron. xviii, 16. Then he said, slaughter, and like a lamb dumb
bleatings of the flocks Fe I did see all Israel scattered
before his shearer, so opened he
divisions of Reuben there! upon the mountains, as sheep
great searchings of heart, that have no shepherd: and the Rom. viii, 36. As it is written,
1 Chron. iv, 39, 40. And LORD said, These have no master; For thy sake we are killed all the
went to the entrance of Gal let them return therefore every day long; we are counted as sheep eren unto the east side of man to his house in peace. for the slaughter.
valley, to seek pasture for P3. xliv, 22. Yea, for thy sake 1 Pet. ii, 25. For ye were as
flocks. And they found fat pas are we killed all the day long, sheep going astray, but are now
and good, and the land we are counted as sheep for the returned unto the Shepherd and
and quiet, and peaceable; for slaughter. Bishop of your souls,
of Ham had dwelt there of old Ps. cxix, 176. I have gone astray
Cant. 1, 7, 8. Tell me, o like a lost sheep; seek thy servant; | PASTURES AND FOLDS.
whom my soul loveth, where for I do not forget thy command
feedest, where thou make
Gen. xxi, 28-30. And Abraham ments.
flock to rest at noon: for set seven ewe lambs of the flock Isa. liii, 7. He was oppressed by themselves.
should I be as one that ture
And Abimelech and he was afflicted, yet he open
aside by the flocks of thy a said unto Abraham, What mean ed not his mouth: he is brought
panions? If thou know me these seven ewe lambs which as a larnb to the slaughter, and as
thou fairest among women, thou hast set by themselves? And & sheep before her shearers is
way forth by the footsteps of he said, For these seven ewe lambs dumb, so he openeth not his shalt thou take of my hand, that
flock, and feed thy kida be month. they may be a witness unto me,
the shepherds' tents. Jer. 1. 6. 17. My people hath that I have digged this well.
Cant. iv, 1. Behold, thod been lost sheep: thefr shepherds
fair, my love; behold, thot
Gen. xxix. 2. 3. 7. 8, 10. And fair: thou hast doves' eyes have caused them to go astray,
| he looked, and behold & well in they have turned them away on
thy locks: thy hair is as a blog the field, and, lo, there were three goats, that appear from the mountains; they have gone
a flocks of sheep lying by it; for out from mountain to hill, they have
Gilead. of that well they watered the forgotten their restingplace. Is
Cant. vi, 5, 6. Turn away! flocks: and a great stone was upon rael is a scattered sheep; the
eyes from me, for they have the well's mouth. And thither lions have driven him away: first
come me: thy hair is as a fioc were all the flocks gathered; and the king of Assyria hath devoured
goats that appear from Go they rolled the stone from the him; and last this Nebuchadnezzar
Thy teeth are as a flock of well's mouth, and watered the king of Babylon hath broken his
which go up from the wast sheep, and put the stone again bones.
whereof every one beareth 1 upon the well's mouth in his
and there is not one barren Sun Micah 11, 12. I will surely as place. And he said, Lo, it is yet
them. semble, o 'Jacob, all of thee; I will high day, neither is it time that surely gather the remnant of Is- the cattle should be gathered to
Ezek, xxvil, 21. Arabia, and rael; I will put them together as gether; water ye the sheep, and
the princes of Kedar, they o the sheep of Bozrah, as the flock go and feed them. And they said,
pied with thee in lambs, and in the midst of their fold: they we cannot, until all the flocks be
and goats: in these were they shall make great noise by reason gathered together, and till they merchants. of the multitude of men.
I roll the stone from the well's Ezek. xxiv, 14, 15. I will
the Hochside by
en in a good pastore, and upon his father's house, I will go up, be ruler over my people, over Bigh mountains of Israel shall and shew Pharaoh, and say unto Israel, ir fold be: there shall they lie him, My brethren, and my father's Luke il, 8. And there were in a pood fold, and in a fat pasture house, which were in the land of the same country shepherds abid
they feed upon the mountains Canaan, are come unto me; Anding in the field, keeping watch over Tere I will feed my flock, the men are shepherds, for their their flock by night. I will canse them to lie down, trade hath been to feed cattle; and
John x, 1-6. Verily, verily, I say Ith the Lord GOD. they have brought their flocks,
? unto you, He that entereth not by Woh il, 12. I will surely asand their herds, and all that they
the door into the sheepfold, but able, O Jacob, all of thee; I will have. And it shall come to pass,
climbeth up some other way, the Fly rather the remnant of Iswhen Pharaoh shall call you, and
same is a thief and a robber. But I will put them together as shall say, What is your occupa
he that entereth in by the door is e sheep of Bozrah, as the flock tion? That ye shall say, Thy ser
the shepherd of the sheep. To the minist of their fold: they vants' trade hath been about
him the porter openeth; and the ball make great noise by reason cattle from our youth even until
sheep hear his voice; and he callutade of men. now, both we, and also our fathers:
eth his own sheep by name, and that ye may dwell in the land of 1.8.7. And the sea coast Goshen; for every shepherd is an
leadeth them out. And when he The dwellingg and cottages abomination into the Egyptians. I goeth before them, and the sheep
putteth forth his own sheep, he beptents and folds for flocks. al the coast shall be for the
Gen. xlvil. 3. 5. 6. And Pharaoh follow him: for they know his mat of the house of Judah;
said unto his brethren, What is voice. And a stranger will they Aball feed thereupon: in the
your occupation? And they said not follow, but will flee from him: PLACA of Ashkelon shall they lie
unto Pharaoh, Thy servants are for they know not the voice of E in the evening: for the
shepherds, both we, and also our strangers. This parable spake ep their God shall visit them,
fathers. And Pharaoh spake un Jesus unto them: but they underturn away their captivity.
to Joseph, saying, Thy father and stood not what things they were thy brethren are come unto thee. which he spake unto them.
The land of Egypt is before thee; TENDING THE FLOCK. in the best of the land make thy bes. iv, 2. And she again bare father and brethren tc dwell; in
P3. xxiii, 1-4. The LORD is my Brother Abel. And Abel was the land of Goshen let them dwell:
shepherd; I shall not want. He Lager of sheep. but Cain was a and if thou knowest any men of
maketh me to lie down in green ed the ground. activity among them, then make
pastures; he leadeth me beside the them rulers over my cattle.
still waters. GAL. DIT, &. 9. And he said un
He restoreth my
soul: he leadeth me in the paths of bra, I be well? And they Exod. lil. 1. Now Moses kept
righteousness for his name's sake. EB well: and, behold, I the flock of Jethro his father in
Yea, though I walk through the toks daughter cometh with law. the priest of Midian: and he
valley of the shadow of death, I dorpi And while he yet led the flock to the backside of the
will fear no evil: for thou art with FB with them. Rachel camo desert, and came to the mountain
me; thy rod and thy staff they ker father's sheep: for she of God, even to Horeb.
comfort me. 1 Sam. xvi, 11. And Samuel said! Ps. Ixxvii, 20. Thou leddest thy a. II, 85, 86. And he remov
unto Jesse, Are here all thy child people like a flock by the hand of a day the he goats that were
dren? And he said, There re-Moses and Aaron. Ernited and spotted, and all
maineth yet the youngest, and, beAlle goats that were speckled
Ps. lxxviii, 52. But made his own hold, he keepeth the sheep. And spotted, and every one that
people to go forth like sheep, and Samuel said unto Jesse, Send and Be white in it, and all the
I guided them in the wilderness like fetch him: for we will not sit down a imong the sheep, and gave till he come hither.
a flock. into the hand of his sons.
Ps. lxxx, 1-3. Give ear, O Shephe set three days' journey
1 Sam. xvii. 15, 20. But David herd of Israel, thou that leadest Vit himself and Jacob: and I went and returned from Saul to | Joseph like a flock: thou that Oled the rest of Laban's feed nis atners Sneep av
feed his father's sheep at Beth- dwellest between the cherubims,
lehem. And David rose up early shine forth. Before Ephraim and XXII, 38. 39. This twenty
in the morning, and left the sheep | Benjamin and Manasseh stir up ke bare I been with thee; thy with a keeper. . . .
thy strength, and come and save and thy she goats have not 1 Sam. xxiv. 3. And he came to
us. Turn us again, O God, and teir vondo and the name of
Ir young, and the rams of the sheepcotes by the way where I cause thy face to shine: and we dock have I not eaten. That
shall be saved. was a cave; and Saul went in to was torn of beasts I brought cover his feet: and David and his P8. , 3. . . . We are his peo. tanto thee; I bare the loss of it; men remained in the sides of the ple, and the sheep of his pasture. band didst thou require it, cave.
Isa. xiii, 14. And it shall be as Aber stolen by day, or stolen
1 Sam. xxv, 15. 16. But the men the chased roo, and as a sheep
were very good unto us, and we that no man taketh up: they shall Sta. xli, 13. And he said un
. And he said un- were not hurt, neither missed we every man turn to his own people, blan, My lord knoweth that the any thing, as long as we were con- and flee every one into his own Adren are tender, and the flocks
versant with them, when we were land. berds with young are with in the fields: They were a wall Isa. Xxxvill, 12. Mine age 18 deand if men should overdrive unto us both by night and day, I parted, and is removed from mo ca one day, all the flock will all the while we were with them
as a shepherd's tent: I have cut keeping the sheep.
off like a weaver my life: he will 1 yil, 12. And his breth
cut me off with pining sickness: 2 Sam. vii, 8. Now thereforo so Vent to feed their father's
shalt thou say unto my servant from day even to night wilt thou David, Thus saith the LORD of
make an end of me. * LVI. 51-34. And Joseph I hosts, I took thee from the sheep-1 180. XI, 11.,
Isa, xl, 11. He shall feed his to his brethren, and unto cote, from following the sheep, to flock like a shepberd: he shall