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Job II, 4. 6. Where wast, and could not shake It: for it was Elisha, Behold now, the placa thou when I laid the foundations founded upon a rock. But he that where we dwell with thee is too
the earth? declare, if thou hast I heareth, and doeth not, is like a strait for us. Let us go, we pray talerstanding. Whereupon are man that without a foundation thee, unto Jordan, and take the foundations thereof fastened? built an house upon the earth; thence every man a beam, ard let
wo laid the corner stone against which the stream did beat us make us a place there, where bereof.
vehemently, and immediately it we may dwell. And he answered, P. vii, 15. Then the channels fell; and the ruin of that house Go ye. And one said, Be content, waters were seen, and the foun-was great.
| I pray thee, and go with thy serdations of the world were discov) Pom. xv. 20. Yea. so have i vants. And he answered, I will go. Tod at thy rebuke. O LORD, at the strived to preach the gospel, not | 180. IX, Y, 10.
Isa. ix, 9, 10. And all the people of the breath of thy nostrils. I where Christ was named. lest I shall know, eren Ephralm and the Puis, 2. For he hath founded should bnild upon another man's inhabitant of Samaria, tbat say in tpon the seas, and established foundation.
the pride and stoutness of heart, pre the floods. 1 Cor. iil, 9.10. ...Ye are God's
The bricks are fallen down, but we
will build with hewn stones: the Ps. eir, 5.& Who laid the founbuilding. According to the grace
sycamores are cut down, but we sters of the earth, that it should of God which is given unto me, as
will change them into cedara. be removed for ever. They
a wise masterbuilder. I have laid gup by the mountains; they go the foundation, and another build
Amos v, 11. ....Ye have built E by the valleys unto the eth thereon. But let every man | houses of hewn stone, but ye shall Like which thou hast founded take heed how he buildeth there
not dwell in them.....
Hab. ii, 11. For the stone shall . riil 35. That it might 1
cry out of the wall, and the beam Eph. ii, 20. And are built upon dited which was spoken by the the foundation of the apostles and
out of the timber shall answer it. rut saying, I will open my prophets, Jesus Christ himself
ERECTION. being the chief corner stone. la parables: I will utter
2 Sam. v, 11. And Hiram king a shich have been kept 1 Heb. vi, 1. Therefore leaving
of Tyre sent messengers to David, pe from the foundation of the the principles of the doctrine of
and cedar trees, and carpenters, Christ, let us go on into perfec
and masons: and they built David B., 3. For we which have tion; not laying again the founda
an house. ered do enter into rest, as he tion of repentance from dead
| 1 Kings vii, 1. But Solomon was As I have sworn in my works, and of faith toward God.
building his own house thirteen Libey shall enter into my Heb. xi, 10. For he looked for a years, and he finished all his S ingh the works were city which hath foundations, whose l house. and from the foundation of builder and maker is God.
1 Kings ix, 1. And it came to Rev. xxi, 14. And the wall of pass. when Solomon had finished
the city had twelve foundations, the building of the house of the KEFAL AND OTHER ALLUSIONS. and in them the names of the LORD, and the king's house, and WIT, 19. How much less in twelve apostles of the Lamb. all Solomon's desire which he was that dwell in houses of clay,
pleased to do. fondation is in the dust,
1 Chron. xiv, 1. Now Hiram 1, 2. If the foundations be
BRICKS, STONES, TIMBER. king of Tyre sent messengers to sujed, what can the righteous
Gen. xi. 3. And they said one to David, and timber of cedars. with lmali, 5. They know not, another, Go to, let us make brick,
masons and carpenters, to build
And him an house. and burn them throughly. And il they understand; they in darkness, all the foun
they had brick for stone, and I 2 Chron. ii, 3. And Solomon of the earth are out of slime had they for morter.
sent to Huram the king of Tyre, Prod. 1. 11. 13. 14. Therefore saying, As thou didst deal with
David my father, and didst send they did set over them taskmasLI, 25. As the whirlwind sou the wicked no more: ters to afflict them with their bur
him cedars to build him an house berehteous is an everlasting
dens. And they built for Pharaoh to dwell therein, even so deal with treasure cities, Pithom and
| me. Raamses. And the Egyptians vii, 16. Therefore thus made the children of Israel to Exod. 1, 21. And it came to We Lord GOD, Behold, I lay serve with rigour: And they pass, because the widwie Labra foundatio
ut a foundation a stone, I made their lives bitter with hard led God, that be made them el stone, a precious corner bondage, in morter, and in brick, houses.
sre foundation: he that I and in all manner of service in Deut. xxv, 9. Then shall his Teth shall not make haste.
field: all their service, wherein brother's wife come unto him in Ir, 11. 0 thou afflicted, they made them serve, was with
the presence of the elders, and with tempest, and not comrigour.
loose his shoe from off his foot, behold, I will lay thy lev. xiv. 42. And they shall and spit in his face, and shall anwith fair colours, and lay take other stones, and put them in swer and say, So shall it be done tedations with sapphires. the place of those stones; and he unto that man that will not build Vi, 47-49. Whosoever
shall take other morter, and shall up his brother's house. a to me, and heareth my plaister the house.
Ps. xxviii, 6. Because they re 13, and doeth them, I will
Judges iii, 19. But he himself gard not the works of the LORD, you to whom he is like: Ho
I turned again from the quarried nor the operation of his hands, he BB & man which built an that were by Gilgal, and said, I shall destroy them, and not build 803 digged deep, and laid
have a secret errand unto thee, I them up. adation on a rock and king: who said, Keep silence. Ps. cxviii, 22. The stone which we lood arose, the stream 2 Kings vi, 1-3. And the the builders refused is become * tebiettiently upon that house, I sons of the prophets said unto the head stone of the corner.
the plaister of
Ps. cxxvii, 1. Except the LORD the dust praise thee? shall it de-, were laid down, she came up ente build the house, they labour in clare thy truth? Hear, O LORD, them upon the roof. vain that build it. .... and have mercy upon me: LORD,
Judges xvi, 25-27. And it cu Prov. ix. 1. Wisdom hath build. | be thou my helper. Thou hast
honsa sha bath hewn out turned for me my mourning into ed her house, she hath hewn out
to pass, when their hearts were her seven pillars.
inerry, that they said, Call for dancing: thou hast put off my sackcloth, and girded me with
Samson, that he may make u Prov. xxiv, 3, 27. Through wisgladness; To the end that my
sport. And they called for San dom is an house builded; and by
son out of the prison house; ad glory may sing prnise to thee, and understanding it is established. not be silent. 0 LORD my God, I
he made them sport: and they se Prepare thy work without, and
him between the pillars. AD will give thanks unto thee for make it fit for thyself in the field
Samson said unto the lad that held ever. and afterwards build thine house.
him by the hand, Suffer me that Luke xiv, 28-30. For which of
I may feel the pillars whereopard
FORM, you, intending to build a tower,
the house standeth, that I mar sitteth not down first, and count
lean upon them. Now the bone eth the cost, whether he have 11 Sam. XX, 25. And the king sat was full of men and women; sufficient to finish it? Lest haply. upon his seat, as at other times,
all the lords of the Philistines tacts after he hath laid the foundation. I even upon a seat by the wall: and
there; and there were upon the and is not able to finish it, all that | Jonathan arose, and Abner sat by
roof about three thousand mis behold it begin to mock him. Say- Saul's side, and David's place was and women, that beheld while ing. This man began to build, and empty.
Samson made sport. was not able to finish.
2 Kings iv, 10. Let us make a
1 Sam. ix, 25. 26. And when the Luke xvii, 28. Likewise also as little chamber, I pray thee, on the were come down from the it was in the days of Lot; they did wall; and let us set for him there | place into the city, Samuel ? eat, they drank, they bought, they a bed, and a table, and a stool, and
muned with Saul upon the top sold, they planted, they builded. Ja candlestick: and it shall be the house. And they arose early
and it came to pass about the Heb. i. 3.4. For this man was when he cometh to us, that he counted worthy of more glory shall turn in thither,
spring of the day, that San
called Saul to the top of the house than Moses, inasmuch as he whol 2 Kings XX, 2. Then he turned | hath builded the house hath more
saying, Up, that I may send the his face to the wall, and prayed honour than the house.
away. And Saul arose, and they For unto the LORD, saying, .... went out both of them, be su every house is builded by some
Dan. y. 5. In the same hour Samuel, abroad. man; but he that built all things is God.
came forth fingers of a man's hand, 2 Sam, xi, 2. And it came to pas Jude 20.
and wrote over against the in an eveningtide, that parte Bat ye, beloved, building up yourselves on your
candlestick upon the plaister of arose from off his bed, and walked
the wall of the king's palace: and upon the roof of the king's hot most holy faith, praying in the
the king saw the part of the hand | and from the roof he saw a woman that wrote.
washing herself; and the wolna CEREMONY AND PRIVILEGE.
was very beautiful to look upole
COURTS. Deut. xx, 5. And the officers
2 Sam. xvi, 22. So they spread shall speak unto the people, say
2 Kings XX, 4. And it came to | Absalom a tent upon the top ing, What man is there that hath pass, afore Isaiah was gone out the house; and Absalom wenta built a new house, and hath not into the middle court, that the unto his father's concubines dedicated it? let him go and re
word of the LORD came to him, the sight of all Israel. turn to his house, lest he die in saying.....
2 Sam. xviii, 24. And David the battle, and another man de Esth, i. 5. And when these days between the two gates; and the dicate it.
were expired, the king made a watchman went up to the med feast unto all the people that were
over the gate unto the wall, SIA A PSALM OF DEDICATION. present in Shushan the palace,
lifted up his eyes, and looked, PS. XXX, 1-12. I will extol thee both unto great and small, seven
behold a man running alone. $ O LORD: for thou hast Uifted me days, in the court of the garden of 1 Kings vil, 2, 3. He built also the up, and bast not made my foes to the king's palace.
house of the forest of Lebanon rejoice over me. O LORD my God, Esth, vl. 5. And the king's ser
the length thereof uas an huo. I cried unto thee, and thou hast
dred cubits, and the breadlo vants said unto him, Behold, healed me. O LORD, thou hast
thereof fifty cubits, and the heigh Haman standeth in the court. And brought up my soul from
| thereof thirty cubits, upon four gut up my soul from
the the king said, Let him come in. grave; thou hast kept me alive,
rows of cedar pillars, with code that I should not go down to the
Luke 7, 19. And when they beams upon the pillars. And pit. Sing unto the LORD. Ove could not find by what way they | was covered with cedar above saints of his, and give thanks at
might bring him in because of the | upon the beams, that lay on for the remeinbrance of his holiness. multitude, they went upon the five pillars, fifteen in a row. For his anger endureth but a mohousetop, and let him down
2 Kings XI, 14. And when we ment: in his favour is life: weep. through tho tiling with his couch looked, behold, the king stood ing may endure for a night, but | into the midst before Jesus.
a pillar..... joy cometh in the morning. And in my prosperity I said, I shall ROOF AND PILLARS.
Cant. 1, 17. The beams of never be moved. LORD, by thy
Deut. xxil, 8. When thou build-house aré cedar, and our rafter favour thou hast made my mountain to stand strong: thou didst
est a new house, then thou shalt of fir.
mako a battlement for thy roof, hide thy face, and I was troubled.
Cant. v. 16. Hls legs are as pite I cried to thee, O LORD; and unto that thou bring not blood upon
lars of marble, set upon socket thine house, if any man fall from the LORD I made supplication
of fine gold: his countenance is a What pront is there in my blood. thence.
Lebanon, excellent as the cedars. when I go down to the pití Shall' Joshua II, & And before they! Jer, xix, 13. And the houses of
Praying in the the wall of the
What I tell you in were befores and the thick beams Jews, came J
tops hat mich.ch
4, and the honges of the DOOR, PORCH, GATE. I in with him to the marriage: and udah, shall be defiled as Gen. xliii, 19. And they came the door was shut. of Tophet, because of all near to the steward of Joseph's Luke xi. 7. And he from within 3 opon whose roofs they house, and they cornmuned with
shall answer and say, Trouble me ed incense unto all the Lim at the door of the house. not: the door is now shut, and my aven, and have poored offerings unto other
2 Sam. xii, 17.18. Then he called children are with me in bed: I | his servant that ministered unto
cannot rise and give thee. him, and said, Put now this 203. In their streets they
Luke xvi. 20. And there was a man out from me, and bolt the certain beggar named Lazarus themselves with sack
door after her. ... Then his he tops of their houses, servant brought her out, and
which was laid at his gate, full of eir streets, every ono bolted the door after her."
sores. weeping abundantly.
John xx, 19. Then the same L il, 38. There shall be
1 Kin, vii. 6-8. And he made a day at evening, being the first generally upon all porch or pillars; the length thereol | day of the week, when the doors aps of Moab, and in the was fifty cubits, and the breadth
were shut where the disciples Teof; for I have broken thereof thirty cubits; and the
were assembled for fear of the a vessel wherein is no porch was before them; and the
Jews, came Jesus and stood in the oth the LORD.
midst, and saith unto them, Peace were before them. Then he made be unto you.
a porch for the throne where he at speak ye in light: might judge, eren the porch of
Acts xil, 13, 14. And as Peter a bear in the ear, that
judgment and it was covered knocked at the door of the gate. upon the housetops.
with cedar from one side of the a damsel came to hearken, named UV. 17. Let him which I floor to the other And his hon8A Rhoda. And when she know
bousetop not come | where he dwelt had another court Peter's voice, she opened not the ke any thing out of his
within the porch. Mich was ofthe gate for gladness, but ran in.
like work." Solomon made also and told how Peter stood before . And when they could an house for Pharaoh's daughter. I the gate. igh unto him for the whom he had taken to wife, like tincovered the roof unto this porch.
P3. xxiv, 7. Lift up your heads, ng and when they had 19, they let down the
2 Kin. iv, 4, 5. And when thou O ye gates; and be ye lift up, ye a the sick of the palsy
art come in, thou shalt shut the everlasting doors; and the King of door npon thee and upon thy sons, glory shall come in.
and shalt pour out into all those P3. lxxxvil, 2. The LORD loveth Is Therefore whatso vessels, and thou shalt set aside the gates of Zion more than all te spoken in darkness that which is full, So she went
the dwellings of Jacob. tard in the light; and from him, and shut the door upon Je have spoken in the
Prov. xvii, 19. He loveth transhor and upon her sons, who ta shall be proclaimed brought the vessels to her, and she
gression that loveth strife: and he Husetops.
that exalteth his gate seeketh poured out.
destruction. 131. In that day. he
2 Kin, xxv, 18. And the captain Prov. XXVI, 14. As the door De upon the housetop, lof the marð took Seraiah the I turneth upon his hinges, 80 woo I in the house, let him been to take it away:
chief priest, and Zephaniah the the slothful unon his had is in the field, let him : second priest, and the three
Cant. v. 4, 5. My beloved put in return back. keepers of the door.
his hand by the hole of the door, Esther ii. 21. In those days, and my bowels were moved for Which sholoth the while Mordecai sat in the king's I him. I rose up to open to my or ber place, and the
I gate, two of the king's chamber- beloved: and my hands dropped of tremble. lains, Bigthan and Teresh, of
with myrrh, and my fingers with those which kept the door, were sweet smelling myrrh, upon the 11. The pillars of he3
I wroth, and songht to lay hand on handles of the lock. and are astonished at the king Ahasuerus.
Cant. viii, 9. If she be a wall, we The earth and on the Esther v. 1. Now it came to will build upon her a palace of thereot are dissolved: pass on the third day, that Esther silver: and if she be a door, wo de pillars of it. Selah / put on her royal apparel, and will inclose her with boards of . And when James,
stood in the inner court of the cedar, 1 John, who seemed to king's house, over against the
Isa. xxvi, 2. Open ye the gates, king's house: and the king sat up- that the righteous nation which perceived the grace
on his royal throne in the royal keepeth the truth may enter in. iven uato me, they and Barnabas the house, over against the gate of the
1 Cor. xvi. 9. For a great door of fellowships that we house.
and effectual is opened unto ine, into the heathen, and
Jer. xxxv, 4. And I brought and there are many adversaries. be circumcision.
them into the house of the LORD, 2 Cor. ii, 12. Furthermore, when 1, 15. But if I tarry
into the chamber of the sons of | I came to Troas to preach Christ's hou mayest know how Hanan, the son of Igdaliah, a man
gospel, and a door was opened est to behave thyself in of God, which was by the cham
unto me of the Lord, of God, which is the ber of the princes, which was
| Col. iv, 3. Withal praying also the living God, tho above the chamber of Maaseiah
for us, that God would open unto Tound of the truth. the son of Shallum, the keeper of
us a door of utterance, to speak 2. Him that overcomthe door.
the mystery of Christ, for which I make a pillar in the Matth. XXV. 10. And while they I am also in bonds. ay God, and he shall go I went to bny, the bridegroom came; ! Rev. iii, 20. Behold, I stand at
and they that were ready went the door, and knock: if any man
hear my voice, and open the door, thresholds: for he shall uncover his house, then he shall add I will come in to him, and will the cedar work.
fifth part of the money of sup with him, and he with me.
Acts xx. 9. And there sat in a estimation unto it, and it shall Rev. iv, 1. After this I looked, window a certain young man his. and, behold, a door was opened in named Eutychus, being fallen in Acts xxviil. 30. And Paul de heaven: and the first voice which to a deep sleep: and as Paul was two whole years in his own ki I heard was as it were of a trum- long preaching. he sunk down house, and received all that a pet talking with me, which said, I with sleep, and fell down from | in unto him. Come up hither, and I will shew the third loft, and was taken up thee things which must be here dead.
Gen. xliii, 30. And Joseph m WINDOW.
2 Kin. vii, 2. Then a lord on haste; for his bowels did years Gen. vi. 16. A window shalt | whose hard the king leaned an
on his brother; and he sot Come and in swered the man of God, and said, I where to weep; and he entered cubit shalt thou finish it above; Behold, if the LORD would make to his chamber, and wept then and the door of the ark shalt thou windows in heaven, might this
Judges iil, 23-25. thing be? And he said, Behold,
Then El set in the side thereof; with lower,
I went forth through the porch, second, and third stories shalt thou shalt see it with thine eyes,
but shalt not eat thereof. thou make it.
wyos, shut the doors of the parloure
him, and locked them. When Gen. xxvi, 8. And it came to Eccles. xii, 3.... And those
was gone out, his servants cal pass, when he had been there a | that look out of the windows be
and when they saw that, Lebe long time, that Abimelech king of darkened.
the doors of the parlour the Philistines looked out at a Cant. u, 9. My beloved is like a locked, they said, Surely window, and saw, and, behold, roo or a young hart: behold, he covereth his feet in his stuDE Isaac was sporting with Rebekah standeth behind our wall, he chamber. And they tarried his wife.
looketh forth at the windows, they were ashamed: and, bebe Josh. II. 15. 21. Then she letshewing himself through thé he opened not the doors of them down by a cord through the lattice.
parlour, therefore they took a window; for her house was upon Isa. lly, 12. And I will make
and opened them; and, bebe the town wall, and she dwelt up-thy windows of agates, and thy
their lord was fallen down a on the wall. And she said, AC I gates of carbuncles, and all thy
on the earth. cording unto your words, so be it. | borders of pleasant stones.
1 Kin. XX, 30. But the rest And she sent them away, and
to Aphek, into the city, and a they departed: and she bound
a wall fell upon twenty and se the scarlet line in the window.
thousand of the men that
2 Kin. XX, 11. And Isaiah the 1 Sam. xix, 12. So Michal let
left. And Ben-hadad fied, prophet cried unto the LORD: and David down through a window:
came into the city, into an in he brought the shadow ten and he went, and fled, and
chamber. degrees backward, by which it escaped. had gone down in the dial of
1 Kin. xxil, 25, 39. And Mica 1 Kin. vii. 4. 5. And there were | Ahaz.
said, Behold, thou shalt see windows in three rows, and light
that day, when thou shalt go il
Isa. Xxxvili, 8. Behold, I will was against light in three ranks.
an inner chamber to hide thy bring again the shadow of the And all the doors and posts were
Now the rest of the acts of an degrees, which is gone down in the square, with the windows; and
and all that he did, and the in sun dial of Ahaz, ten degrees backlight was against light in three
house which he made, and ward. So the sun returned ten ranks.
the cities that he built, are to degrees, by which degrees it was
not written in the book of 2 Kin. 1, 2. And Abaziah fell gone down.
chronicles of the kings of Israel down through a lattice in his upper chamber that was in Sa
2 Kin. iv, 11. And it fell onad
TENURE. maria, and was sick. ...
that he came thither, and
Lev. xxv, 29-31. And if a man turned into the chamber, and 4 2 Kin. xill, 17. And he said,
sell a dwelling house in a walled there. Open the window eastward. And
city, then he may redeem it withho opened it. Then Elisha said,
2 Kin. vl. 12. And one of in a whole year after it is sold; Shoot. And he shot. And he an
servants said, None, my lord, within a full year may he redeem gaid. The arrow of the LORD'S it. And if it be not redeemed
king: but Elisha, the prophet u deliverance, and the arrow of
is in Israel, telleth the king within the space of a full year, deliverance from Syria: for thou
Israel the words that thou spel then the house that is in the shalt smite the Syrians in Aphek,
est in thy bedchamber. walled city shall be established till thou have consumed them. for ever to him that bought it
2 Kin. ix, 2. And when the Jer. ix, 21. For death is come up throughout his generations: it
comest thither, look out the into our windows, and is entered
shall not go out in the jubileo. But Jehu the son of Jehoshaphat into our palaces, to cut off the the houses of the villages which
son of Nimshi, and go in, a children from without, and the have no wall round about them
make him arise up from amo young men from the streets. shall be counted as the fields of
his brethren, and carry him to Joel il, 9. They shall run to and the country: they may be redeem
inner chamber. fro in the city; they shall run up ed, and they shall go out in the Esther i, 6. Where ucere w on the wall, they shall climb up jubilee.
green, and blue, hangings, faste upon the houses; they shall enter Lev. xxvII. 14. 15. And when a
ed with cords of fine linen a in at the windows like a thief. man shall sanctify his house to be
purple to silver rings and pills Zeph. ii, 14. And flocks shall ljo holy unto the LORD then tho or marble: the beds toere a 5 down in the midst of her, all the priest shall estimate it, whether it and silver, upon a pavement beasts of the nations: ... be good or bad: as the priest shall red, and blue, and white, their voice shall sing in the win-estimate it, so shall it stand. And black, marble. dowe; desolation shall be in the lif he that sanctified it will redeem
LE XIT, 14, 15. And whereso-, Ezek. xxi, 14. Thou therefore, heart upon your bed, and be stin. the shall go in, say ye to the son of man, prophesy, and smite Selah. iman of the house, The Mas- thine hands together, and let the
1 Ps. xxxvi, 4. He deviseth mis. saith. Where is the guest-sword be doubled the third time, I chief upon his bed; he setteth ther, where I shall eat the the sword of the slain: it is the
himself in a way that is not good; over with my disciples? And sword of the great men that are
he abhorreth not evil. will shew you a large upper slain, which entereth into their
Ps. xli, 3. The LORD will fornished and prepared: | privy chambers.
strengthen him upon the bed of Remake ready for us.
Haggai i, 4. Is it time for you,
for you, languishing: thou wilt make all his EL 7. And she brought
0 ye, to dwell in your cieled bal in his sin aber firstborn son, and houses, and this house lie waste?
Prov. vii, 16, 17. I have decked Sed him in swaddling clothes, Matth. xxiii, 6. And love the
my bed with coverings of tapestry, bu bin in a manger, because uppermost rooms at feasts, and
with carved works, with fine ne bo room for them in the chief seats in the synagogues. I linen of Egypt. I have perfumed
Matth. xxiv, 26. Wherefore if my bed with myrrh, aloes, and cinALB. And when they were they shall say unto you, Behold, namon, Ley went up into an he is in the desert; go not forth:
Prov. xxii, 27. If thou hast nothN a, where abode both behold, he is in the secret cham
ing to pay, why should he tako c. med James, and John, and bers; believe it not.
away thy bed from under thee? , Philip, and Thomas, mew, and Matthew,
Cant. I, 16. Behold, thou art FURNITURE.
fair, my beloved, yea, pleasant; the son of Alphæus, and Zelotes, and Jadas the
also our bed is green. Gen. xlvii. 31. And he said, Isa, xxviii, 20. For the bod is . 31. And it came to pass
Swear unto me. And he sware shorter than that a man can dars, that she was sick,
unto him. And Israel bowed stretch himself on it: and tho ded: wbom when they had
himself upon the bed's head. covering narrower than that he Be they laid her in an upper
can wrap himself in it.
Isa. Ivil, 2. He shall enter into
their nant of giants: behold, his bed
| peace: they shall rest in
beds, each one walking in his upT lebt in the upper cham- stead was a bedstead of iron; is it Where they were gathered not in Rabbath of the children of rightness. Ammon?..
Ezek. xxiii, 41. And satest upon
a stately bed, and a table prepar1 Sam. xix, 13, 15. And Michal |
ed before it, whereupon thou 14. Which is as a bride- | took an image, and laid it in the
hast set mine incense and mine aming out of his chamber, bed, and put a pillow of goats'
oil, nieth as strong man to
hair for his bolster, and covered
Amos vi, 4. That lie upon beds & And hast not shut
sent messengers to take David, of ivory, and stretch themselves into the hand of the enemy: sbe said, He is sick. And Sauí upon their couches, and eat the
lambs out of the flock, and the sent the messengers again to see set my foot in a large David, saying, Bring him up to
| calves out of the midst of the me in the bed, that I may slay
stall. III, 2. ! is better to dwell him.
Marie iv, 21. And he said unto mer of the housetop, than Taaring woman in a wide
1 Kin. xxi. 4. And Abab came in them, is a candle brought to be to his house heavy and displeased
put under a bushel, or under a because of the word which Naboth
bed? and not to be set on a candle14 Draw me, we will Nie thee: the king bath
the Jezreelite had spoken to him:
for he bad said, I will not give | Acts v, 15. Insomuch that they The into his chambers:
thee the inheritance of my fathers. brought forth the sick into the ule glad and rejoice in And he laid bim down upon his streets, and laid them on beds and
bed, and turned away his face, couches, that at the least the CL4lle brought me to and would eat no bread.
shadow of Peter passing by might eting house, and his 2 Kings i, 4. Now therefore thug
overshadow some of them. over me ims love.
saith the LORD; Thou shalt not 2014 It seas but a little come down from that bed on
BOTTLE, PITCHER. passed from them, but I wbich thou art gone up, but shalt anim whom my soul loveth:
Gen. xxi, 14. And Abraham surely die. And Elijah departed. lin, and would not let
rose up early in the morning, and 2 Kings iv, 21. And she went til I had brought him
took bread, and a bottle of water, Bother's house, and into up, and laid him on the bed of
and gave it unto Hagar, putting it I ber of her that conceived the man of God, and shut the door
on her shoulder, and the child, upon him, and went out.
and sent her away: and she deUIT, M. Come, my people,
Job vil, 13. When I say, My bed parted, and wandered in the Son into thy chambers, and
shall comfort me, my couch shall wilderness of Beer-sheba. way doors about thee: hide ease my complaint.
Ps. Ivi, 8. Thou tellest my w were for a little mo
Job xvii, 13. If I wait, the grave wanderings: put thou my tears IN the indignation be is mine house: I have made my into thy bottle: are they not in thy bed in the darkness.
book? nil, 14. That saith, I will
P3. cxix, 83. For I am became Wide house and large vision of the night, when deep like a bottle in the smoke; vet do and cutteth him out sleep falleth upon men, in slum- I not forget thy statutes. and it to cieled with berings upon the bed.
Jer. xix, 1, 10. Thus saith the and painted with vertail
Ps. iv, 4. Stand in awe, and sin LORD, Go and get a potter's
and gave houlder,
and she the