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  1. An event recorded in Gen 7 and Gen 8. (See DELUGE.) In Jos 24:2, 3, 14, 15.
  2. Mark 5:29. (Heb. 'ain; i.e., "eye" of the water desert), a natural source of living water.(James 3:11)
  3. used to denote the sinful element of human nature as opposed to the "Spirit" (Rom 6:19; Mat 16:17). This word also denotes the human nature of Christ (John 1:14),
  4. necessary to our salvation, not because there is any merit in it, but simply because it is the sinner's taking the place assigned him by God, his falling in with what God is doing. (Rom 5:1)
  5. a well-known stone, a variety of quartz. It is extremely hard, and strikes fire. It was very abundant in and about Palestine. (Isa 50:7)(Ezek 3:9)
  6. Gen 4:12, 14, a rover or wanderer (Heb. n'a); Jdg 12:4, a refugee, one who has escaped (Heb. palit); 2Ki 25:11, a deserter, one who has fallen away to the enemy (Heb. nophel); Ezek 17:21, one who has broken away in flight (Heb. mibrah); Isa 15:5; Isa 43:14, a breaker away, a fugitive (Heb. beriah), one who flees away.
  7. Besides its literal sense (Luke 5:2), this word is also applied by our Lord to his disciples in a figurative sense (Mat 4:19; Mark 1:17).
  8. Sons enjoyed certain special privileges (Deut 21:17)(Ex 12:29, 30)
  9. Their beauty is often alluded to (Song 2:12; Mat 6:28). They are referred to as affording an emblem of the transitory nature of human life (Job 14:2; Ps 103:15; Isa 28:1; Isa 40:6; Jas 1:10).
  10. This can occur with God and/or with fellow believers. (Acts 2:42), (1Co 1:9).
  11. used in Scripture denoting produce in general, whether vegetable or animal. It is used metaphorically in a variety of forms (Ps 104:13; Prov 1:31; Prov 11:30; Prov 31:16; Isa 3:10; Isa 10:12; Mat 3:8; Mat 21:41; Mat 26:29; Heb 13:15; Rom 7:4, 5; Rom 15:28).
  12. The first mentioned in Scripture was so grievous as to compel Abraham to go down to the land of Egypt (Gen 26:1).
  13. Strips of parchment, on which were written four passages of Scripture, Exod 13:2-10, 11-17; Deut 6:4-9, 13-23 in an ink prepared for the purpose. They were then rolled up in a case of black calfskin, which was attached to a stiffer piece of leather, having a thong one finger broad and one and a half cubits long. They were placed at the bend of the left arm. Those worn on the forehead were written on four strips of parchment, and put into four little cells within a square case on which the letter was written.
  14. There were daily (Lev 23), weekly, monthly, and yearly, and great stress was laid on the regular observance of them in every particular (Num 28:1-8; Ex 29:38-42; Lev 6:8-23; Ex 30:7-9; Ex 27:20).


  1. Mat 5:32. In every form of it was sternly condemned by the Mosaic law
  2. (Sorry for the mess-up.  I just discovered that this answer has two words and you must have a space " " between them for it to fit). Sorcerers or necromancers, who professed to call up the dead to answer questions, were said to have this. (Deut 18:11; 2Ki 21:6; 2Ch 33:6; Lev 19:31; Lev 20:6; Isa 8:19; Isa 29:4).
  3. As a mark of hospitality (Gen 19:3; 2Sa 3:20; 2Ki 6:23); on occasions of domestic joy (Luke 15:23; Gen 21:8); on birthdays (Gen 40:20; Job 1:4; Mat 14:6); and on the occasion of a marriage (Jdg 14:10; Gen 29:22).
  4. The arts of, referred to Ps 91:3; Ps 124:7; Prov 6:5; Jer 5:26; Hos 9:8; Ezek 17:20; Eccl 9:12. Birds of all kinds abound in Palestine, and the capture of these for the table and for other uses formed the employment of many persons.
  5. Observed with various degrees of strictness. Sometimes there was entire abstinence from food. Esth 4:16 etc. On other occasions there appears to have been only a restriction to a very plain diet. Dani 10:3 They frequently dressed in sackcloth or rent their clothes, put ashes on their head and went barefoot. 1 Kin 21:27; Nehe 9:1; Psal 35:13
  6. It was a sign of peace and prosperity (1Ki 4:25; Mic 4:4; Zec 3:10). Used medicinally (2Ki 20:7), and pressed together and formed into "cakes" as articles of diet (1Sa 30:12; Jer 24:2).
  7. a vegetable resin, brittle, glittering, and of a bitter taste, used for the purpose of sacrificial fumigation. (Rev 18:13)(Mat 2:11)
  8. This word means simply "expansion." (Gen 1:7).
  9. A well-known amphibious animal of the genus Rana. The mention of this reptile in the Old Testament is confined to the passage in Exod 8:2-7
  10. A disciple of Corinth who visited Paul at Ephesus, and returned with Stephanas and Achaicus, the bearers of the apostle's first letter to the Corinthians (1Co 16:17).
  11. (Heb. kerah, from its smoothness) Job 37:10 (R.V., "ice"); Gen 31:40; Jer 36:30; rendered "ice" in Job 6:16; Job 38:29; and "crystal" in Ezek 1:22.
  12. The word "full" is from the Anglo-Saxon fullian, meaning "to whiten." To full is to press or scour cloth in a mill. This art is one of great antiquity.(Mal 3:2), (2Ki 18:17)
  13. As attributed to God, is a figurative expression for dispensing afflictive judgments (Lev 26:28; Job 20:23; Isa 63:3; Jer 4:4; Ezek 5:13; Dan 9:16; Zec 8:2).
  14. Applied in the New Testament to the traditions and speculations, "cunningly devised ______", (2Pe 1:16).
  15. It burrows, is silent and solitary in its habits, is destructive to vineyards, being a plunderer of ripe grapes (Song 2:15).
  16. A name applied (1) to any ancestor (Deut 1:11; 1Ki 15:11; Mat 3:9; Mat 23:30); and (2) as a title of respect to a chief, ruler, or elder, etc. (Jdg 17:10; Jdg 18:19; 1Sa 10:12; 2Ki 2:12; Mat 23:9), but in worship, only God in Heaven is to be called this (1 Corinthians 1:3)

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