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great stone to the door of the Megiddo, and died there. And his stones, that remaineth unto this sepulchre, and departed.
servants carried him in a chariot day. John xi, 38. Jesus therefore to Jerusalem, and buried him in
2 Sam. xviii, 17. And they took again groaning in himself, cometh his sepulchre with his fathers in
Absalom, and cast him into a to the grave. It was a cave, and the city of David.
great pit in the wood, and laid a a stone lay upon it.
2 Kings xii, 21. For Jozachar very great heap of stones upon John xix, 41. Now in the place the son of Shimeath, and Jehoza- him: and all Israel fled every one where he was crucified there was bad the son of Shomer, his ser- to his tent. a garden; and in the garden a new vants, smote (Joash, and he died; sepulchre, wherein was never and they buried hin with his
2 Kings xxii, 17. Then he man yet laid.
fathers in the city of David: and said, What titlo is that that I see? Acts vii, 16. And [the bones of Amnaziah his son reigned in his It is the sepulchre of the man of
And the men of the city told him, Jacob and Joseph] were carried stead.
God, which came from Judah, overipto Sychem, and laid in the
2 Kings xiv, 20. And they and proclaimed these things that sepulchre that Abraham bought brought him [Amaziah) on horses; thou hast done against the altar for a sum of money of the song of and he was buried at Jerusalem of Beth-el. Emmor, the father of Sychem. with his fathers in the city of David.
Isa. Ixv, 3, 4. A people that BURIAL PLACE OF THIE 2 Kings xv, 7, 39. So Azariah to my face; that sacrificeth in gar
provoketh me to anger continually KINGS OF JUDAH.
slept with his fathers; and they dens, and burneth incense upon
buried him with his fathers in the altars of brick; 1 Kings xiv, 30, 31. And there city of David: and Jotham his son among the graves, and lodge in
Which remain was war between Rehoboam and reigned in his stead. And Jotham the inonuments. Jeroboam all their days. And Keboboam slept with his fathers, buried with his fathers in the city slept with his fathers, and was
Matth. xxiii, 27. Woe unto you. and was buried with his fathers of David his father and Ahaz his scribes and Pharisees, hypocrites! in the city of David: and his son reigned in his stead.
for ye are like unto whited sepulmother's name was Naamah an
chres, which indeed appear Ammonitess; and Abijam his son
2 Kings xvi, 20. And Ahaz slept beautiful outward, but are within reigned in his stead.
with his fathers, and was buried full of dead men's bones, and of all
with his fathers in the city of uncleanness. 1 Kings xx, 8, 24. And Abijam David: and Hezekiah his Son slept with his fathers; and they reigned in his stead.
Luke xi, 47. Woe unto you! for buried him in the city of David:
ye build the sepulchres of the and Asi his son reigned in his 2 Chron. xxxii, 33. And Heze prophets, and your fathers killed stead. And Asa slept with his kiah slept with his fathers, and thein. fathers, and was buried with his they buried him in the chiefest of fathers in the city of David his the sepulchres of the sons of David:
Matth. viii, 22. But Jesus said father and Jehoshaphat his son and all Judah and the inhabitants unto him, Follow me; and let the reigned in his stead.
of Jerusalem did him honour at dead bury their dead. 1 Kings xxii, 50. And Jehosha- his death. And Manasseh his son
Luke ix, 59, 60. And he said unphat slept with his fathers, and reigned in his stead.
to another, Follow me. But ho was buried with bis fathers in the
said, Lord, Suffer me first to go city of David his father, and Je
and bury my father. Jesus said horarn his son reigned in his
Josh. vii, 26. And they raised unto him, Let the dead bury their stead.
over him a great heap of stones dead; but go thou and preach the 2 Kings viii, 24. And Joram unto this day. So the Lord turn- kingdom of God. slept with his fathers, and was ed from the fierceness of his Rom. vi, 4. Therefore wo are buried with his fathers in the city anger: wherefore the name of that buried with him by baptism into of David; and Ahaziah his son pluce was called, The valley of death; that like as Christ was reigned in his stead, Achor, unto this day.
raised up from the dead by the 2 Kings ix, 27, 28. But when Josh. viii, 29. And the king of glory of the Father, even so we Abaziah the king of Judah saw Ai he hanged on a tree until even- also should walk in newness of this, he fled by the way of the tide: and as soon as the sun was
life. garden house. And Jehu follow-down, Joshua commanded that Çol. il, 12. Buried with him in ei after hiin, and said, Smite him they should take his carcase dowu baptism, wherein also ye are riseri also in the chariot. And they did from the tree, and cast it at the with him through the faith of the &) at the going up to Gur, which entering of the gate of the city, operation of God, who hath raiso is by Ibleam. And he fled to l and raise thereon a great heap of him from the dead.
after his kind: and God saw that it any thing taken from it; and God that thou magnify his
EARTH. CREATION THE WORK OF Ps. cxix, 90. Thy faithfulness is, thou me. Who hath laid the
unto all generations: thou hast es- measures thereof, if thou knowest? GOD.
tablished the earth, and it abideth. or who hath stretched the line Gen. 1, 1, 2, 11, 12. In the begin
When the morningPs. cxlvii, 15. He sendeth forth ning God created the heaven and
starg sang together, and all the his commandment the earth, And the earth was his word runneth very swiftly.
upon earth: song of God shouted for joy? Hast without form, and void; and dark
thou perceived the breadth of the ness was upon the face of the Ps. cxlviii, 6. He hath also stat-earth? declare if thou knowest it deep: and the spirit of God moved lished them for ever and ever; he all. upon the face of the waters. And hath made a decree which shall God said, Let the earth bring not pass.
REFLECTIONS. forth grass, the herb yielding seed, Prov. viii, 26. While as yet he JOO V, 9. Which doeth great and the fruit-tree yielding fruit had not made the earth, nor the things and unscarchable; marvelafter his kind, whose seed is in fields, nor the bighest part of the lous things without number. itself, upon the earth: and it was dust of the world. 80. And the earth brought forth
Job is, 10. Which doeth great
Eccles. iil, 14. I know that what things past finding out; yea, and grass, and herb yielling seed alter’his kind, and the tree yield- ever: nothing can be put to it, nor soever God doeth, it shall be for
wonders without number. ing fruit, whose seed was in itself,
Job xxxvi, 24, 25. Remember doeth it, that men should fear beo which men behold. Every man
work, was good. fore him.
may see it; man may behold it Vum, xiv, 21. But as truly as I Eccles. vii, 13. Consider the afar ofl. live, all the earth shall be filled work of God: for who can make
Ps. xxviii. 5. Because they rewith the glory of the LORD. thot straight which he hath made gard not the works of the LORD,
crooked? Veh, ix, 6. Thou, even thou, art
nor the operation of his hands, he LORD alone: thou hast made Isa. vi, 3. And one cried unto sbull destroy them, and not build heaven, the heaven of heavens, another, and said, Holy, holy, holy, them up. with all their host, the earth, and is the Lord of hosts; the whole
Ps. xl, 5. Many, O LORD my all things that are therein, the earth is full of his glory.
God, are thy wonderful works seas, and all that is therein, and Isa. xlii, 5. Thus saith God the which thou hast done, and thy thou preservest them all; and the Lord, he that created the heavens, thoughts which are to u18-ward; host of heaven worshippeth thee. and stretched them out; he that they cannot be reckoned up in
P3. xxiv, 1. The earth is the spread forth the earth, and that order unto thee: if I would declaro LORD's, and the fulness thereof;
which cometh out of it; he that and speak of them, they are more the world, and they that dwell giveth breath unto the people than can be numbered. therein.
upon it, and spirit to them that
Ps. Ixxxix, 12. The north and Ps. xxxiii, 5, 9. He loveth righte
the south thou hast created them: ousness and judgment: the earth is
Isa, xliv, 24. Thus saith the Tabor and Hermon shall rejoice full of the goodness of the LORD. LORD, thy Redeemer, and he that in thy name. For he spake, and it was done; he formed thee from the womb, I am commanded, and it stood fast. the LORD that maketh all things; LORD are great, sought out of all
P3. cxi, 2, 3. The works of the that stretcheth forth the heavens them that have pleasure therein. Ps. Ixxv, 3. The earth and all alone; that spreadeth abroad the Ilis work is honourable and glorithe inhabitants thereof are dis- earth by myself. solved: I bear up the pillars of it.
ous: and his righteousness endur
Isa, xlv, 18. For thus saith the eth for ever. Selal.
Lord that created the heavens; 13, lxxviii, 69. And he built his God
Isa. x1, 28. Hast thou not known,
himself that formed the hast thou not heard, that the eversanctuary like high palaces, like earth, and made it; he hath estab- lasting God, the Lord, the Creator The earth which he hath established it, he created it not in vain, of the ends of the earth, fainteth lished for ever.
he formed it to be inhabited; I am not, neither is weary? there is P3. xc, 2. Before the mountains the LORD, and there is none else.
no searching of his understanding. Wore brought forth, or ever thon hadst formed the earth and the
EARTH ONE OF THE ORBS world, even from everlasting to
OF SPACE. everlasting, thou art God.
VOLCANIC ERUPTIONS. Ps. cií, 25. Of old hast thou laid the north over the empty place, I die the common death of all men, Job xxvi, 7. He stretcheth out
Num. Xvi, 29, 30. If these men the foundation of the earth; and and bangeth the earth upon nothe heavens are the work of thy thing.
or if they be visited after the visihands.
tation of all men, then the LORD P3. cxi, 7, 8. The works of his
hath not sent me: But if the
ALSO A STABLE HABIhands are verity and judgment:
LORD make a new thing, and all his commandments are sure.
the earth open her month, and They stand fast for ever and ever, Job xxxviii,3, 5, 7, 18. Gird up swallow them up, with all that and are done in truth and up-Dow thy loins like a man; for I appertain unto them, and they rightness.
will domand of thee, and answer go down quick into the pit; then
ye shall understand that these, at the presence of the Lord, at the Rev. xi, 13. And the same hour men have provoked the LORD. presence of the God of Jacob. was there a great eartlıquake, and Deut. iv. 11. And ye came near, P3. cxliv, 5. Bow thy heavens, O
the tenth part of the city fell, and ani stood under the mountain; Lord, and come down; touch the in the earthquake were slain of and the mountain burned with mountains, and they shall smoke.
men seven thousand: and the Ire unto the midst of heaven,
Isa. xiii, 13. Therefore I will
remnant were affrighted, and gave with darkness, clouds, and thick shake the heavens, and the earth glory to the God of leaven. darkness.
shall remove out of her place, in Deut. v, 23. And it came to the wrath of the LORD of hosts, piss, when ye heard the voice and in the day of his fierce anger.
EARTHQUAKES MEN. C-ut of the midst of the dark
TIONED IN SCRIPTURE.
Isa. xxxiv, 9, 10. And the 2-3, (for the mountain did burn streams thereof shall be turned
AT MOUNT SINAI. with fire.) that ye came near
into pitch, and the dust thereof Escod. xix, 18. unto me, cren all the heads of into brimstone, and the land there- Sinai was altogether on a smoke,
And mount Four tribes, and your elders.
of shall become burning pitch. because the LORD descended upon Judges V, 5. The mountains It shall not be quenchednight nor it in fire: and the smoke thereof Inelted from before the LORD, even day: the smoke thereof shall go ascended as the smoke of a fur. tbit Sinai from before the LORD up for ever: from generation to nace, and the whole mount quaked God of Israel.
generation it shall lie waste; none greatly. Job ix, 5, 6. Which removeth the shall pass through it for ever and mountains, and they know not; ever.
IN THE WILDERNESS. which Overturueth them in his
Isa. Ixiv, 1, 3. On that thou anger; Which shaketh the earth wouldest rend the heavens, that
Num. xvi, 31, 32. And it came to ont of her place, and the pillars thou wouldest come down, that pass, as he had made an end of thereof tremble.
the mountains might flow down speaking all these words, that the Job xiv, 18. And surely the at thy presence;
ground clave asunder that was
When thou mountain
under them; and the earth opened falling cometh to didst terrible things which we her mouth, and swallowed them Dought, and the rock is removed looked not tor, thou camest down, up, and their bouses, and all the uut of his place.
the mountains flowed down at men that appertained unto Kurali, Job xviil, 7, 15. The steps of his thy presence.
and all their goods. strength shall be straiteued, and Jer iv, 24. I beheld the mounhis own counsel shall cast him tains, and, lo, they trembled, and dosp. It shall dwell in his all the hills moved lightly.
IN STRONGHOLDS OF tabernacle, because it is none of
Ezek. xxxviii, 20.
PHILISTINES. bis: brimstono shall be scattered the mountains shall be thrown 1 Sam. xiv, 15. And there was opon his habitation,
down, and the steep places shall trembling in the host, in the field, Joo xxviii, 9. He putteth forth fall, and every wall shall fall to and among all the people: the garhis hand upon the rock; he over-the ground.
rison, and the spoilers, they alsı) turneth the mountains by the Micah i, 4. And the mountains trembled, and the earth quaked: ruots shall be molten under him, and
so it was a very great trembling. P3. Xviii, 7. Then the earth the valleys shall be cleft, as wax sbook and trembled; the founda- before the fire, and as the waters AT MOUNT IIOREB, ON tions also of the hills moved and that are poured down a steep
ELIJAH'S VISIT TO IT. were shaken, because he was place. Wroth.
Nahum i, 5. The mountains forth, and stand upon the mount
1 Kings xix, 11. And he said, Go Px. xlvi, 2, 3. Therefore will not quake at him, and the hills melt,
before the LORD. And, behold. we fear, though the earth be re- and the earth is burnt at his the Lord passed by, and a great moved, and though the mountains presence, yea, the world, and all and strong wind rent the monnbe carried into the midst of the that dwell therein.
tains, and brake in pieces the Though the waters thereof Zech, xiv, 4. And his feet shall rocks before the LORD; but the roar and be troubled, though the stand in that day upon the Mount LORD was not in the wind and mountains shake with the swell- of Olives, which is before Jerusa- after the wind an earthquake; mit ing thereof. Selah.
lem on the east; and the Mount of the LORD was not in the earthP3. Ix, 2. Thou hast made the Olives shall cleave in the midst
quake. Farth to tremble; thou hast broken thereof toward the east, and toit: lical the breaches thereof, for ward the west, and there shall be it shaketh. a very great valley; and half of the
IN UZZIAH'S REIGN. mountain shall remove toward Ps. Ixviii, 7, 8... God, when the north, and half of it toward who was among the herdmen of
Amos i, 1. The words of Amos. thon wentest' forth before thy the south.
Tekoa, which he saw concerning Drople, when thou didst march thrúugh the wilderness; Selal: Luke xxi, 11. And great earth- Israel in the days of Uzzialı king The earth #look, the heavens also quakes shall be in divers places, of Judah, and in the days of Jerodropped at the presence of God: and famines, and pestilences; and boam the son of Joash king of Cren Sinai itself was moved at the fearful sights and great signs shall Israel, two years before the earth
quake. presence of God, the God of Israel. there be from heaven.
Hcb, xil, 18, 26. For ye are not Zech. xiv, 5. And ye shall flee to Ps. xcvii, 5. The hills melted Iike wax at the presence of the
come unto the mount that might the valley of the mountains; for LORD, at the presence of the Lord fire, nor unto blackness, and dark reach unto Azal: yea, ye shall flee,
be touched, and that burned with the valley of the mountains shall of the whole earth.
ness, and tempest. Whose voice like ag ye fled from before the P. civ, 32. He looketh on the then shook the earth: but now he earthquake in the days of Uzzlalı Earth, anıl it trembleth; he touch hath promised, saying, Yet once king of Judah; and the Lord my eth the hills, and they smoke.
more I shake not the earth only, God shall come, and all the saints Ps. cxiv, 7. Tremble, thou earth, but also heaven.
AT OUR LORD'S DEATH. thy father have prevailed above , earth, and put his face between Matth. xxvii, 51. And, behold, the blessings of thy progenitors his knees. the vail of the temple was rent in unto the utmost bound of the
2 Kings i, 9. Then the king sent twain from the top to the bottom; everlasting hills.
unto him a captain of fifty with and the earth did quake, and the Deut. xxxiii, 15. And for the his fifty. And he went up to him. rocks rent.
Chief things of the ancient moun- and, behold, he sat on the top of
tains, and for the precious things an hill. AT OUR LORD'S RESUR of the lasting hills.
Isa. xl. 9. O Zion, that bringest RECTION.
Job xxvi, 11. The pillars of hea- good tidings, get thee up into the Matth. xxviii, 2. And, behold, ven tremble, and are astonished high mountain. .... there was a great earthquake: for at his reproof.
Isa. Ivii, 7. Upon a lofty and the angel of the Lord descended
Ps. Ixv. 6. from heaven, and came and rolled strength setteth fast the moun- bed:even thither wentest thou up
Which by his bigh mountain last thou set thy back the stone from the door, and tains, being girded with power.
to offer sacrifice. sat upon it.
Isa. xlix, 11. And I will make Jer. ii, 20. For of old time I have AT PIILIPPI.
all my mountains a way, and my broken thy yoke, and burst thy Acts xvi, 26.
And suddenly highways shall be exalted. bands; and thou saidst, I will not there was a great earthquake, 80 Hab. iii, 6. He stood, and mea hill, and under every green tree,
transgress; when upon every high that the foundations of the prison sured the earth: he beneld, and thou wanderest, playing the harwere shaken: and immediately all drove asunder the nations; and the doors were opened, and every the everlasting mountains were one's bands were loosed.
scattered, the perpetual hills did Jer, ili, 6. The LORD said also
bow: his ways are everlasting. unto me in the days of Josiah the BEFORE DESTRUCTION OF
king, Hast thou seen that which JERUSALEM.
backsliding Israel hath done? she is Jatth. xxiv, 7. For nation shall SUMMIT OF HILL, TIIE
gone up upon every high mounrise against nation, and king SCENE OF RETIREMENT,
tain, and under every green tree, dom against kingdom: and there
and there hath played the barlot. shall be famines, and pestilences,
OBSERVATION, AND OFTEN and earthquakes, in divers places. OF IDOLATROUS WORSHIP.
Jer. xvii, 2. Whilst their chil
dren remember their altars and Exod. xvii, 9. 10. And Moses their groves by the green trees OTUER ALLUSIONS.
said unto Joshua, Choose us out upon the high hills. Isa. xxiv. 19, 20. The earth is men, and go out, fight with Amautterly broken down, the 'earth is lek: lo-morrow I will stand on the
Ezek. vi, 13. Then shall ye know clean dissolved, the earth is mov- top of the hill, with the rod of that I am the LORD, when their cd exceedingly. The earth shall God in mine hand. So Joshua slain men shall be among their reel to and fro like a drunkard, did as Moses had said to him, and idols round about their altars, and shall be removed like a cota fought with Amalek; and Moses, upon every high hill, in all the tage; and the transgression thereof Aaron, and Hur, went up to the tops of the mountains, and under shall be heavy upon it; and it shall top of the hill.
every green tree, and under every fall, and not rise again.
thick oak, the place where they
Num. xiv, 44. But they presum- did offer sweet savour to all their Isa. xxix, 6. Thou shalt beed to go up unto the hill-top: idols. visited of the Lord of hosts with nevertheless, the ark of the covethunder, and with carthquake, nant of the Lord, and Moses, de
Ezek. xvii, 22. Thus saith the and great noise, with storm and parted not out of the camp.
Lord God, I will also take of the tempest, and the Name of devour
highest branch of the high cedar, ing fire.
Judges ix, 7. And when they and will set it upon an high hill. Jer. iv, 24. I beheld the mountold it to Jotham, he went and
Ezek. xx, 28. For when I had tains, anís, lo, they trembled, and stood in the top of mount Gerizim brought them into the land, for all the hills moved lightly.
and lifted up his voice and cried, the which I lifted up mine hand
and said unto them, Hearken unto Haggai ii, 6. For thus saith the LORD of hosts, Yet once, it is a me, ye men of Shechem, that God to give it to them, then they suw
every high hill, and all the thick little while, and I will shake the may hearken unto you.
trees, and they offered there their heavens, and the earth, and the 1 Sam. xxvi, 13. Then Davil sacrifices, and there they presentsea, and the dry land.
went over to the other side, and ed the provocation of their offerRev. viii, 5. And the angel stood on the top of an hill afar off, ing: there also they made their took the censer, and filled it with a great space being between sweet savour, and poured out fire of the altar, and cast it into them.
there their drink-offerings. the earth; and there were voices,
2 Sam. il, 25. And the children Ezek. xl, 2. In the visions of God and thunderings, and lightnings, of Benjamin gathered themselves brought he me into the land of and an earthquake.
together after Abner, and became Israel, and set me upon a very Rev. xvi, 18. And there were one troop, and stood on the top high mountain, by which was as voices, and thunders, and light of an hill.
the frame of a city on the south. nings and there was a great earthquake, such as was not since
1 Kings xiv, 23. For they also Amos ix, 3. And though they
built them high places, and hide themselves in the top of men were upon the earth, 80
images, and groves, on every Carmel, I will search and take mighty an earthquake, and so
high hill, and under every green them out thence. great. tree.
Matth. iv, 8. Again, the deril MOUNTAINS.
1 Kings xviii, 42. So Ahab went taketh him up into an exceeding
up to eat and to drink; and Elijah high mountain, and sheweth him PECULIAR EPITHETS.
went up to the top of Carmel; and all the kingdoms of the world, an1 Gen. xlix, 26. The blessings of l he cast himself down upon the the glory of them.
PECULIAR SACREDNESS them, and there will I require son of Fillel the Pirathonite died, ATTACHED TO ONE OF your offerings, and the first-fruits and was buried in Pirathon, in the THEM.
of your oblations, with all your land of Ephraim, in the mount of holy things.
the Amalekites. Ps. ii, 6. Yet have I set my
Ezek. xxvili, 14. Thou art the King upon my holy hill of Zion. anointed chernb that covereth;
AMANA. F3. iii, 4. I cried unto the Lord and I have set thee so: thou wast Çant, iv, 8. Come with me from with my voice, and he heard me upon the holy mountain of God; Lebanon, my spouse, with me from out of his holy hill. Selah. thou hast walked up and down Lebanon: look from the top of
P3. xv, 1. LORD, who shall abide in the midst of the stones of fire. Amana. in thy tabernacle? who shall dwell Dan. ix, 16, 20. O Lord, according
Α Μ Μ Α Η. in thy holy hill?
to all thy righteousness, I beseech Ps. xliii, 3. O send out thy light thee, let thine anger and thy fury abishai pursued after Abner: and
2 Sam. ii, 24. Joab also and and thy truth; let them lead me,
be turned away from thy city the sun went down when they let them bring me unto thy holy Jerusalem, thy holy mountain: hill, and to thy tabernacles.
were come to the hill of Ammah, because for our sins, and for the that lieth before Giah, by the way
iniquities of our fatherg, JerusaPs. xlviii, 1. Great is the LORD, lem and thy people are become a
of the wilderness of Gibeon. and greatly to be praised in the reproach to all that are about us. city of our God, in the mountain And whiles I was speaking, and
ARARAT. of his holiness.
praying, and confessing my sin, Gen. viii, 4. And the ark regted P3. lxxxvii, 1. His foundation 18 and the sin of my people Israel, in the seventh month, on the in the boly mountains.
and presenting my supplication seventeenth day of the month,
before the LORD my God for the upon the mountains of Ararat, Ps. xcix. 9. Exalt the LORD Our holy mountain of my God. God, and worship at his holy hill:
BASHAN. for the LORD our God is holy.
Dan. xi, 45. And he shall plant
the tabernacles of his palaces be Ps. Ixviii, 15. The hill of God is 14. xl, 9. They shall not hurt tween the seas in the glorious as the hill of Bashan; an high hill, por destroy in all my holy moun- boly mountain: yet he shall come as the hill of Bashan. tain: for the earth shall be full of to his end, and none shall help the knowledge of the LORD, as the him.
Nah. I, 4. .... Bashan languishwaters cover the sea.
Joel ii, 1, Blow ye the trumpet eth, and Carmel, and the flower
of Lebanon languisbeth. 1a. lvi, 7. Even them will I in Zion, and sound an alarm in my bring to my holy mountain, and holy mountain; let all the inhabi
BETHEL. make them joyful in my house of tants of the land tremble: for the prayer.....
day of the LORD cometh, for it is 1 Sam. xiii, 2. Saul chore him nigh at hand.
three thousand men of Israel; Isa. Ivii, 13. When thon criest, let thy companies deliver thee:
Joel iii, 17. So shall ye know whereof two thousand were with
Saul in Michmash and in mount but the wind shall carry them all that I am the Lord your God away; vanity shall take them: but dwelling in Zion, my holy moun
tain: then shall Jerusalein be be that patteth his trust in me
BETHER bball possess the land, and shall holy, and there shall no strangers inherit my holy mountain. pass through her any more.
Çant, il, 17.
Be thou like a 12. Ixv, 11. But ye are they thou not be ashamed for all thy mountains of Bether
Zeph. ili, 11. In that day shalt roe or a young bart upon the that forsake the LORD, that forget doings, wherein thou hast transmy holy mountain, that prepare a gressed against me: for then I table for that troop, and that fur- / will take away out of the midst
CARMEL. nish the drink-offering unto that of thee them that rejoice in thy
1 Kings xvill, 19. Now therefore number.
pride; and thou shalt no more be send, and gather to me all Israel Isa. Ixvi, 20. And they shall haughty because of my holy
unto mount Carmel, and the probring all your brethren for an mountain.
phets of Baal four hundred and offering unto the LORD, out of all
fifty, and the prophets of the nations, upon horses, and in cha
groves four hundred, which eat at rious, and in litters, and upon HILLS AND MOUNTAINS Jezebel's table. mules, and upon swift beasts, to MENTIONED IN
2 Kings ii, 25. And he went my boly mountain Jerusalem,
from thence to mount Carmel; saith the LORD, as the children of
and from thence he returned to Israel bring an offering in a clean
Samaria. Vessel into the house of the LORD.
Num. xxvii, 12, And the LORD
2 Kings iv, 25. So she went, and Jer. xxxi, 23. Thys saith the said unto Moses, Get thee up
came unto the man of God to
mount Carmel. And it came to LORD of hosts, the God of Israel, into this mount Abarim, and see As yet they shall use this speech the land which I have given pass, when the man of God sau in the land of Judah, and in the unto the children of Israel,
her afar off, that he said to Gebazi cities thereof, when I shall bring Num. xxxiii, 47, 48. And they re- shunammite.
his servant, Behold, yonder is that again their captivity, The Lord moved from Almon-diblathaim, bless thee, 0 habitation of justice, and pitched in the mountains of
Çant. vii, 5. Thy head upon thee and mountain of holiness. Abarim, before Nebo. And they
is like Carmel. Ezek. XI, 40. For in mine holy departed from the mountains of
EBAL. mountain, in the mountain of the Abarim, and pitched in the plains height of Israel, saith the Lord of Moab, by Jordan near Jericho.
Deut. xi, 29. And it shall come God, there shall all the house of
to pass, when the LORD thy God Israel, all of them in the land,
hath brought thee in unto the land serve me: there will I accept Judges xii, 15. And Abdon the I whither thou guest to possess it