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they said unto him, Sit down now, Jer, vi, 18. Therefore hear, ye law, even his prayer shall be and read it iu our ears. So Baruch nations, and know, O congrega- abomination. read it in their ears. So the king tion, what is among them.
Jer. xiii, 17. But if yo will not sent Jehudi to fetch the roll: and Jer. x, 1. Hear ye the word hear it, my soul shall weep in he took it out of Elishaina the which the LORD speaketh unto secret places for your pride... scribe's chamber : and Jebudi you, O house of Israel,
Mark iv, 24. And he said unto read it in the ears of the king, and in the ears of all the princes which LORD unto me, Go and stand in with what measure ye mete, it
Jer. xvii, 19, 20. Thus said the them, Take heed what ye hear: stood beside the king.
the gate of the children of the shall be measured to you; and Acts xiii, 15. And after the read
people, whereby the kings of unto you that hear shall more be ing of the law and the prophets,the Judah come in, and by the which given. rulers of the synagogue sent unto they go out, and in all the gates them, saying, Ye men and breth- of Jerusalem; And say unto them, fore how ye hear: for whosoever
Luke viii, 18. Take heed thereren, if yo have any word of ex- Hear ye the word of the LORD, hath, to him shall be given; bortation for the people say on. ye kings of Judah, and all Judah, and 'whosoever hath not, from
Acts xv, 21. For Moses of old and all the inbabitants of Jeru- him shall be taken even that time hath in every city them that salem, that enter in by these which he seemeth to have. : preach him, being read in the gates. synagogues every sabbath-day. Jer. sxix, 20. Hear ye therefore AND IN HEARING TO OBEY
the word of the LORD, all ye of OBLIGATION TO HEAR IT. the captivity, whom I have sent
IT. Josh. iii, 9. And Joshua said from Jerusalem to Babylon. Deut. iv, 1, 5, 14. Now therefore into the children of Israel, Come Jer. xliv, 24. Moreover, Jere- hearken, o Israel, unto
the ither, and hear the words of the miah said unto all the people, and statutes, and unto the judgments, ..ORD your God. to all the women, Hear the word
wbich I teach you, for to do them, 1 Sam. ix, 27. And as they were of the LORD, all Judah that are in
that ye may live, and go in and
possess the land which the LORD going down to the end of the city, the land of Egypt.
God of your fathers giveth you. jamuel said to Saul, Bid the ser Ezek. xvi, 35. Wherefore, O
Behold, I have taught ant pass on before us, (and he harlot, hear the word of the LORD. statutes and judgments, even as
you rassed on, but stand thou still a Ezek. xxxiv, 7. Therefore, ye the LORD my God commanded çbile, that I may shew thee the shepherds, hear the word of the me, that ye should do so in the rord of God. LORD.
land whither ye go to possess it. 2 Kings xx, 16. And Isaiah said
Amos iii, 1. Ilear this word that and the LORD commanded me at nto Hezekiah, Hear the word of the LORD' hatia spoken against that time to teach you statutes be Lord.
you, O children of Israel, against and judgments, that ye might do P3. 1, 7. Hear, O my people, and the whole family which I brought them in the land whither ye go will speak; O Israel, and I will up from the land of Egypt, say- over to possess it. stify against thee: I am God, ing.
Deut. v, 1, 31. And Moses called ten thy God.
Amo8 v, 1. Hear ye this word all Israel, and said unto them, Ps. lxxviii, 1. Give ear, O my which I take up against you, even Hear, O Israel, the statutes and eople, to my law : incline your a lamentation, O house of Israel.
judgments which I speak in your ers to the words of my mouth. Matth. xi, 15. He that hath ears them, and keep, and do them.
ears this day, that ye may learn Isa. xxvill, 23. Give ye ear, and to hear, let' bim hear.
But as for thee, stand thou here sarmy voice; hearken, and hear Matth. xili, 9. Who hath ears to by me, and I will speak unto thee y speech. bear, let him hear.
all the commandments, and the 1sa. xxxii, 13. Hear, ye that are Mark iv, 23. If any man have which thou shalt teach them, that
statutes, and the judgments, r off, what I have done; and, ye
ears to hear, let him hear. at are near, acknowledge my
they may do them in the land ight.
Mark vii, 16. If any man have which I give them to possess it. Isa. xxxiv, 1. Come near, ye naears to bear, let him hear.
Deut. vi, 1, 3. Now these are ons, to hear; and hearken, ye Luke viii, 8. And other fell on the commandments, the statutes, sople: let the earth hear, and all good ground, and sprang up, and and the judgments, which the at is therein; the world, and
bare fruit an hundred-fold. And LORD your God commanded to I things that come forth of it. when he had said these things, he teach you, that ye might do them 182. xxxix, 5. Then said Isaiah cated me that hath ears to hear, in the land whither yo got pon. Hezekiah, Hear the word of
sess it: Hear therefore, O Israel, e LORD of hosts.
Rev. il, 29. He that hath an ear, and observe to do it; that it may
let him hear what the Spirit saith be well with thee, and that yo Isa. li, 4. Hearken unto me, my unto the churches.
may increase mightily, as the ople; and give ear unto me, o y nation: for a law shall proceed
Rev. iii, 6, 13, 22. He that hath LORD God of thy fathers hath proim me, and I will make my
an ear, let him hear what the mised thee, in the land that flowigment to rest for a ligüt of the Spirit saith unto the churches et with milk and honey.
He that hath an ear, let him hear ople.
Deut. xii, 1, 28. These are the Jer. ii, 4. Hear ye the word of churches. He that hath an ear, shall observe to do in the land
what the Spirit saith unto the staiutes and judgments which yo LORD, O house of Jacob, and let him hear what the Spirit saith which the LORD God of thy fathers the families of the house of unto the churches, ael.
giveth thee to possess it, all the jer. V, 21. Hear now this, Olear, let him hear.
Rev. xiii, 9. If any man have an days that ye live upon the earth.
Observe and hear all these words lish people, aud without under
which I command thee, that it unding, which have eyes, and not: which have ears, and
may go well with thee, and with
Prov. XXVIII, 9. He that turneth thy children after thee for ever, ar not.
away bis ear from hearing the when thou doest that which is 657
Ps. csix, 12, 13, 46,
good and right in the sight of the reproach upon you, and a per- | tude away, and went isto the LORD thy God.
petual shame, wbich shall not be house: and his disciples cite Deut. xxx, 14. But the word is forgotten.
unto him, saying, Declare 006 very high unto thee, in thy mouth,
Jer. xxxvi, 11-13, 16. 20. 23, 25,
the parable of the tares the
feld. and in thy heart, that thou may-29. When Michaiah the son of est do it. Gemariah, the son of Shapban,
Matth. xv, 10. And be called P3. cv, 45. That they might ob-had heard out of the book all the multitude, and said uno the serve his statutes, and keep his words of the LORD, Then he Hear, and understand. laws. Praise ye the LORD.
went down into the king's house, Mark iv, 13. And he said
into the scribe's chamber: and, lo, them, Know ye dot this parik P3. cxix, 17, 101, 102, 129. Deal all the princes sat there, eren and how then will ye kwetu bountifully with thy servant, that Elishama the scribe, and Delaiah parables? I may live, and keep thy word. I have refrained my feet froin the son of Shemaiah, and Elna
Mark vii, 14. And wen ben every evil way, that I might keep mariah the son of Shapban, and he said unto them, Heilsa
than the son of Achbor, and Ge called all the people santen thy word. I have not departed Zedekiah the son of Ilananiah, me every one oj wou, itd måt. from thy judgments: for thou and all the princes. Then Micha- stand. hast taught me. Thy testimonies iah declared unto them all the are wonderful: therefore doth my words that he had heard, when
Luke viii, 11. Nor the pure soul keep them.
is this: The seed is the funds Baruch read the book in the ears Prov. v, 7. Hear me now there of the people. Now it came to
God. fore, ( ye children, and depart pass, when they had heard all the Luke xxiv, 27. And beren not from the words of my mouth. words, they were afraid, both one at Moses and all the prica:
James I, 22. But be ye doers of and other, and said unto Baruch, expounded unto them is 22 the word, and not hearers only, We will surely tell the king of all scriptures the thiugs coeur deceiving your own selves. these words. And they went in himself,
to the king into the court, but Acts vill, 28, 30, 31. (The Bee Rev. i, 3. Blessed is he that they laid up the roll in the cham- Was returning and site ESE readeth, and they that hear the ber of Elishama the scribe, and chariot, read Esaias the words of this prophecy, and keep told all the words in the ears of And Philip ran thither those things which are written the king. And it came to pass, and heard him read the therein: for the time is at hand.
thot when Jehudi had read three Esaias, and said, Undersen
or four leaves, he cut it with the thou what thou readest Axt! NEGLECT OF THIS DUTY, penknife, and cast it into the fire said, How can I, excep" **
AND ITS DANGER. That was on the hearth, until all man should guide me? 49. Ps. cxix, 150. They draw night that was on the hearth. Never- up and sit with him.
the roll was consumed in the fire desired Philip that he Sulit that follow after mischief: they theless Elnathan, and Delaiah, are far from thy law. and Gemariah, had made inter
Acts xvill, 26. Add be best Jer. vili, 8, 9. Ilow do ye say, cession to the king that he would speak boldly in the sun Wo are wise, and the law of the not burn the roll; but he would whom when Aquila and 1**. 1.ORD is withi us? Lo, certainly in not hear them. And thou shalt had heard, they took Lit vain made he it; the pen of the say to Jehoiakim king of Judah
them, and expounded cats scribes is in vain. The wise men Thus saith the LORD; Thou hast the way of God more pertahan are ashamed, they are dismayed burnt this roll, saying, Wby hast Acts xxvili, 23. And The and taken: lo, they have rejected thou written therein, saying, had appointed him a das, was the word of the LORD; and what The king of Babylon sball certains came many to him into a wisdom is in them?
ly come and destroy this land, ing; to whom he epostads Jer, xx, 8. For since I spake, 1 and shall cause to cease from testified the
kinguon it cried out, I cried violence and thence man and beast?
persuading them spoil; because the word of the Hosea viii, 12. I have written to Jesus, both out of the line LORD was made a reproach unto him the greitt things of my law, Moses, and out of the pro me, and a derision, daily.
but they were counted as a strange from morning till efening Jer. xxili, 33, 34, 38-40. And thing. when this people, or the prophet,
DESIRE AND BENEFIT ? or a priest, shall ask thee, saying. EXPOSITION OF SCRIPTURE. SEARCHING What is the burden of the Lord? thou shalt then say unto them, Ezra vii, 10. For Ezra had pre
STANDING IT What burdeu? I will even forsake pared his heart to seek the law
Deut. vi, 7. And then you, saith the Lox). And as for of the LORD, and to do it, and to
teach them diligentis in teach in Israel statutes and judgthe prophet, and the priest, and ments,
children, the people, that shall say, The burden of the LORD), I will even
Neh. viii, 7, 8. Also Jeshua, and Neh. viii, 13. And on the punish that man and his house. Bani,and Sherebiab, Jamin, Akkub, day were gathered 102 But since ye say, The burden of Slabbetbai, Hodijah, Maaseiab, chief of the fathers the LORD; therefore thus saith the Kelita, Azarialı, Jozabad, Hanan, people, the priests, so Lord, Because ye say this word, Pelaiah, and the Levites, caused Levites, unto Ezra the The burden of the LORD, and I
the people to understand the law: even to understand have sent unto you, saying, Ye and the people stood in their place of the law. shall not say. The burden of the So they read in the book in the LORD: Therefore, behold, I, even uw of God distinctly, and gave art thou, O Lord, teard pe 1. wil utteriy forget you, and I
the sense, and caused them to statutes. will forsake you, and the city understand the reading.
declared all the jodgori:***
Matth. xiii, 18, 36. Hear ye mouth. I will speak of the and cast you out of my presence therefore the parable of the
sowe monies also before ktore aud I will bring an everlasting er. Then Jesus seat the mulu-7 not be ashamed Ms ****
With toy lips by
shall speak of thy word: for all night, and have kept thy law. | hands also will I lift up unto thy
loved; and I will meditate in thy Dan, vil, 16. I came near unto
Mal. iv, 4. Remember ye the statutes. Mine eyes fail for thy one of them that stood by, and law of Móses my servant, which I
word, saying, When wilt thou asked him the truth of all this. commanded unto him in Horeb waited for me to destroy me: but
comfort me! The wicked have So he told me, and made me
for all Israel, with the statutes know the interpretation of the and judgments.
I will consider thy testimonies. things.
0 how love I thy law! it is my Heb. ii, 1. Therefore we ought meditation all the day. ThereMatth. xiii, 51, 52. Jesus saith to give the more earnest heed to fore I love thy commandments into them, Have ye understood the tbings which we have heard, above gold, yea, above fine gold. al these things? They say unto lest at any tile we should let I opened my mouth, and panted: rim, Yea, Lord. Then said he them slip.
for [ longed for thy commandLinde den intó
them, Therefore every 2 Peter ifi, 1. This second mente. Mine eyes prevent the Hook.cribe, which is instructed unto epistle, beloved, I now write unto night-watches, that I might medi
be kingdom of heaven, is like you; in both which I stir up your tate in thyword. My soul hath kept
into a man that is an householder, pure minds by way of remem- thy testimonies, and I love them de Thich bringeth forth out of his brance,
exceedingly. reasure things new and old.
Jude 17. But, beloved, remem 1 John ii, 13, 14. I write unto Matth. xv, 15, 16. Then answer-ber yo the words which were you, fathers, because ye have d Peter, and said unto him, De-spoken before of the apostles of known him that is from the befare uuto us this parable. And our Lord Jesus Christ.
ginning. I write unto you, young p besus said, Are ye also yet with
men, because ye bave overcome at understanding.
MEDITATION UPON IT.
the wicked one. I write unto you,
little children, because ye have Mark iv, 10--12. And when he
Deut. vi, 6. And these words, known the Father. I have written as alone, they that were about
which I command thee this day, unto you, fathers, because ye have im with the twelve asked of him shall be in thine heart.
known him that is from the beTerle parable. And he said unto
Deut. xi, 18. Therefore shall ye ginning. I have written unto you, lem, Unto you it is given to lay up these my words in your youug men, because ye are strong,
how the mystery of the king: heart and in your soul, and bind and the word of God abideth in de um of God: but unto them that them for a sign upon your hand, you, and ye have overcome the de without, all these things are 1ine in parables:
That seeing tween your eyes.
that they may be as frontlets be wicked one. ey may see, and not perceive; 1 d hearing they may bear, and
Deut. xxxii, 46. And he said
Jer. xv, 16. Thy words were it understand; lest at any time unto them, Set your hearts unto ey should be converted, and all tho words which 1 testify found, and I did eat them..... eir sins should be forgiven among you this day, which ye
Ezek. ii, 8, 9. But thou, son of em.
shall command your children to man, hear what I say unto thee; Wark vii, 17. And when he was observe to do, all the words of Be not thou rebellious like that
rebellious house: open thy mouth, tered into the house from the this law.
and eat that I give thee. And ople, his disciples asked him Josh, i, 8. This book of the law when I looked, behold, an hand ncerning the parable.
shall not depart out of thy mouth; was sent unto me; and, lo, a roll Mark xil, 24. And Jesus answer
but thou shalt meditate therein of a book was therein, 5, said uuto them, Do ye not day and night, that thou mayest
Ezek, iii, 1-3. Moreover, he said erefore err, because yo know observe to do according to all that unto me, son of man, eat that t the scriptures, neither the
is written therein: for then thou thou findest; eat this roll, and go wer of God?
shalt make thy way prosperous, speak unto the house of Israel.
and then thou shalt have good so I opened my mouth, and he Tohn v, 39. Search the scrip
success. res; for in them ye think ye
caused me to eat that roll. And ve eternal life: and they are
Job xxili, 12. Neither have I he said unto me, Son of man, 'y which testify of me.
gone back from the command cause thy belly to eat, and fill thy Acts xvii, 11. These were more
ment of his lips; I have esteemed bowels with this roll that I give ble than those in Thessalonica,
the words of his mouth more than thee. Then did I eat it; and it that they received the word my necessary food.
was in my mouth as honey for
sweetness. th all readiness of mind, and P3. 1, 2, 3. But bis delight is in irched thie scriptures daily, the law of the LORD; and in bis which I heard from heaven spake
Rev. X, 8-10. And the voice ether those things were so. law doth he meditate day and 1cts xviii, 24. And a certain night. And he shall be like a
unto me again, and said, Go and named Apollos, born at tree planted by the rivers of take the little book which is open xandria, an eloquent man, and water, that bringeth forth his in the hand of the angel which
hty in the scripiures, came to fruit in his season: his leaf also standeth upon the sea and upon RESUS.
shall not wither, and whatsoever
the earth. And I went into the he doeth shall prosper.
angel, and said unto him, Give ph. iii, 4. Whereby, when ye
me the little book. And he said 1,
ye may understand my Ps. cxix, 11, 15, 47, 48, 82, 95, 97, unto me, Take it, and eat it up; Wedgo the mystery of 127, 131, 143, 167. Thy word bave and it shall make thy belly bitter,
I bid in mine heart, that I might but it shall be in thy mouth sweet
not sin against thee. I will mediMEMBRANCE OF SCRIP
as honey. And I took the little tate in thy precepts, and have re- book out of the angel's band, and TURE,
spect unto thy ways. And I will ate it up; and it was in my mouth csík, 65, 66. I have remem- delight myself in thy command sweet as honey: and as soon as thy name, O Lord, in the ments, which I have loved. My l had eaten it, my belly was bitter.
Deut. xxviii, 49. The LORD shall Nay; Then said they unto him, the earth; Peace be ne
it but to ibe house of Israel: Not to Ahasuerus was PRIMEVAL LANGUAGE.
written, si Gen. ii, 19, 20. And out of the many people of a strange speech, sealed with the king's ring.
and of an hard language, whose grouud the LORD God formed words thou canst not understand: five cities in the lid of E
Isa, xix, 18. In that day shri every beast of the field, and surely, bad I sent thee to them, speak the language of Cuesa every fowl of the air, and brought they would have hearkened unto and swear to tue LORD of b* them unto Adan to see what he
thee. would call them: and whatsoever
one shall be called, Tbe diy Adam called every living crea
1 Cor. xiv, 10, 11, 21. There are, destruction. ture, that was the naine thereof. it may be, só many kinds of
Isa. xxxvi, 11. Then said Ei And Adam gave names to all yoices in the world, and none of kim, and Shebna, and Josh,
them is without cattle, and to the fowl of the air,
siguification. Rabshakeh, Speak, I pray and to every beast of the field: Therefore if I know, not the unto thy servants 'in the ou but for Adam there was not meaning of the voice, I shall be language; for we noders found an help meet for him.
unto him that speaketh a barbar- and speak not to us in the # fan, and he that speaketh shall be language, in the ears of the **
a barbarian unto me. ORIGIN OF DIFFERENT
In the law ple that are on the wall.
it is written, With men of other LANGUAGES.
Dan. i, 4. Children. tongues and other lips will I Gen. xi, 1, 6, 7, 9. And the speak unto this people; and yet they might teach the latest
and the tongue of the Charts whole earth was of one language, for all that will they not hear me, and of one speech. And the saith the Lord.
Dan. V, 24-28. Tben a LORD said, Behold, the people is
part of the hand sent from one, and they have all one lan Various Languages MexTIONED and this writing was guage; and this they begin to do:
And this is the writing tbs 2 and now nothing will be restrain
written, MENE, MENE, TEIS
Gen. xli, 23. And they knew UPHARSIN. ed from them, which they have
This is the imagined to do. Go to let us go for he spake uuto them by an in- God hath numbered to be
not that Joseph understood them; pretation of the thing IL down, and there confound their language, that they may not unterpreter.
dom, and finished it. TIS derstand one another's speech. Judges xil, 5, 6. And the Thon art weighed in the tas Therefore is the name of it called Gileadites took the passages of and art found wanting. PCIE Babel; because the Lord did there Jordan before the Ephraimites: Thy kingdom is divided confound the language of all the and it was so, that when those given to the Medes 3d earth: and from thence did the Ephraimites which were escaped sians. LORD scatter them abroad upon said, Let me go over; that the
Dan. vi, 25. Then bigg Text? the face of all the earth.
men of Gilead said unto bím, Art wrote unto all people, 3 thou an Ephraimíte? If he said, und languages, that det
Say now Shibboleth; and he said unto you. bring a nation against thee from Sibboleth: for he could not frame tar, from the end of the earth, as to pronounce it right. Then they every man in our own
Acts il, 8-11. And hox bear swift as the eagle flieth; a nation took him, and slew him at the
wherein we were whose tongue thou shalt not un
passages of Jordan: and there fell thians, and Medes, and Elect derstand.
at that time of the Ephraimites and the dwellers in Meso I's. cxiv, 1. When Israel went forty and two thousand,
and in Judea, and Cappadon out of Egypt, the house of Jacob
2 Kings xviii, 26. Then said Pontus, and Asia. from a people of strange lan
Elink im the son of Hilkiah, and Pamphylia in Egypt, sed ti guage.
Sheni. and Joah, unto Rab parts of Libya abo at Cyrens * Isa. xxviii, 11. For with stam- shakeh, Speak, I pray thee, to thy strangers of Rome, mering lips, and another tongue, servants in the Syrian language; Proselytes. Cretes, will he speak to this people. for we understand il; and talk not ians, we do hear then si
Isa. xxxiii, 19. Thou shalt not with us in the Jews' language in our tongues the onder see a fierce people, a people of a the ears of the people that are on or God. deeper speech than thou canst the wall
Acts xxi. 37. Aug 19 T perceive; vf a stammering tongue,
Esther iii, 12. Then were the
to be led into the castle, esiathat thou canst not understand. king's scribes called on the thir
unto the chief captar 1* Jer. v, 15. Lo, I will bring a
teenth day of the first month, and speak unto thee Who si of Israel, siili the Lord: it is a all that Haman had commanded) nation upon you from far, o bouse there was written (according to thou speak Greek? miglity nation, it is an ancient unto the king's lieutenants, and SIGNIFICANCY OF ANCINI" nation, a nation whose language to the governors that were over thou kuowest not, neither under every province, and to the rulers
NAMES OF PERSONS standest what they say. of every people of every province,
Gen. ili, 20. And Alana Ezek. Ili, 5, 6. For thou art not according to the writing thereor, his wife's
name Eve de ses beni to a people of a strange land to every people aiter their / was the mother of all liris
Gen. V. 29. And he called bis | LORD to me, Call his name Ma. Gen. xxxiil, 20. And he erected name Noali, saying. This same har-shalal-hash-baz: for before there an altar, and called it Elshall comfort us concerning our the child shall have knowledge elohe-Israel. work anu tvil of ourhands, because to cry, My father, and my mother, of de ground which the Lord bath | the riches of Damascus and the
Gen. xxxv, 15. And Jacob called cursed. spoll of Samaria shall be taken spake with him, Beth-el.
the name of the place where God Gen. xvii, 6, 15. Neither shall thy away before the king of Assyria. name any more be called Abram; Dan. I, 6, 7. Now among these
Exod. xvii, 7. And he called the but thy name shall be Abraham: were, of the children of Judah, Meribah, because of the chiding
name of the place Massah, and for a father of many natious have Daniel, Hananiah, Mishael, and of the children of Israel, and be I made thee. And God said unto Azariah; Unto whom the prince cause they tempted the LORD, Abraham, As for Sarai thy wife, of the eunuchs gave pames: for saying, Is the LORD among us, or thou shalt not call her name he gave unto Daniel the name of
not? Saral, but Sarah shall her name Belteshazzar; and to Hananiah, of Shadrach; and to Mishael, of
Num. xl, 3, 34. And he called
the name of the place Taberah; Gen. XXXV, 10. And God said Meshach; and to Azariah, of Abednego.
because the fire of the LORD burnt unto him, Thy name és Jacob :
among them. And he called the thy name shall not be called any Hosea i, 4-6 9. And the LORD said
name of that place Kibroth-hatmore Jacob, but Israel shall be
unto him, Call his name Jezreel; taavah: becease there they buried thy name: and he called his name for yet a little while, and I will the people that lasted. Israel. avenge the blood of Jezreel tipon
Josh. xxii, 34.!And the children Gen. xli, 61, 62. And Joseph the house of Jehu, and will cause called the name of the first-born
of Reuben, and the children of to cease the kingdom of the
Gad, called the altar Ed: for it Manasseh; For God, said he, bath house of Israel. And it shall come made me forget all my toil, and to pass at that day, that I will shall be a witness between us that all my father's house. And the break the bow of Israel in the
the LORD is God. name of the second called he valley of Jezreel.
And she cou
Judges ii, 5. And they called Ephraim: For God hath caused ceived again, and bare a daughter, the name of that place Bochim: me to be fruitful in the land of iny And God said unto him, Call her and they sacrificed there unto the
name Lo-ruhamal; for I will no amiction.
LORD. more have mercy upon the house Exod. i1, 22. And she bare him a
Judges vi, 24. Then Gideon built son, and he called his name Ger- them away. Then said God, Call called it Jehovab-shalom: unto
of Israel; but I will utterly take an altar there unto the LORD, and shom; for he said, I have been a bis name Lo-ammi: for ye are not this day it is yet in Ophrah of the stranger in a strange land,
my people, and I will not be your Abi-ezrites. Exod. xviii,3,4. And her two sons God. of which the name of the one was
Judges xv, 17. And it came to Gershom; (for he said, I have been to Jesus. And when Jesns be- of speaking, that he cast away
John i, 42. And he bronght him pass, when he had made an end -n alien in a strange land ;) And held him, he said, Thou art Simon the jawbone out of his hand, and he name of the other was Elie- the son of Jona: thou shalt be called that place Ramath-lehi. er; (for the God of my father, called Cephas, which is, by intervid he, was mine help, and delivpretation, A stone.
Judges xviii, 12. And they went red ine from the sword of Pua
up, and pitched in Kirjath-joarim, OF PLACES.
in Judah: wherefore they called Ruth I, 20, 21. And she said unto
that place Mahaneh- dar. unto em, Call me not Naomi, call me the name of the Lord that spake jath-jearim.
Gen. xvi, 13, 14. And she called this day; behold, it is behfud Kirara': for the Almighty hath unto her, Thou God seest me: for -alt very bitterly with me. 1 she said, Have I also here looked
1 Chron. xlii, 11. And David was ent out jull, and the Lord bath after him that seeth me? Where- displeaseu, because the LORD hau ught me home again empty: fore the well was called Beer-la-fore that place is called Perezy then call ye me Naomi, see-hai-roi; behold, it is between the Lord hath testified against Kadesh and Bered.
uzza to this day. and the Almighty bath alll.ciGen. xix, 22. Hasle ye, escape
1 Chron. xiv, 11. So they came me? Sam. iv, 21. And she named till thvu be come thither: there smote them there. thither; for I cannot do any thing op to Baal-perazim; and David
Then David child l-chabod, saying, The forethe name of the city was called said, God hath broken in upon ry is departed from Israel : Zoar,
miye enemies by mine hand like cause the ark of God was
the breaking forth of waters:
Gen. xxii, 14. And Abraham en, and because of her father
called the name of that place Je-l therefore they called the name of =w, and her husband.) hovah-juren: as it is said to this
that place Baal-perazim. Sam. XXV, 25. Let not my lord: day, In the mount of the LORD it Isaiah Ixii, 4. Thou shalt no ay thee, 'regard this man of shall be seen.
mure be termed Forsaken; neither al, even Nabal; for as his name
Gen. xxvi, 33. And he called it shall thy land any more be termed - is be: Nabal is bis name, and is with bim : but I, tbine Shebah: tberefore the name of the Desolate: but thou shalt be called city is Beer-sheba unto this day.
Hephizi-bah, and thy land Benlah: the young maid, saw
Gen. xxxi, 47-49. And Laban and thy land shall be married.
for the Lord delighteth in thee, of my lord, whom thou didsi
called it Jegar-sahadutha: but
Jer. xix, 6. Therefore, behold, m. xii, 25. And he sent by ban said, this heap is a witness the days come, saith the Lord, and of Naiban the prophet; between'me and thee this day. that this place shall no more bu e called his name Jedidial, Therefore was the name of it called Tophet, por, The valley of se of the LORD.
called Galeed; And Mizpah; for the son of Hingom, bui, The vajviii, 3, 4. And I went unto he said, The LORD watch between ley or slaughter. ophetess, and she conceived, me and thee, when we are absent Ezele. xx, 29. Then I said unto Then said the one from another.
them Whav is the high place are a son.