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Inbouring man is swet, whether Eccles. v, 3. 7. For a dream shall be made a doughilt: Bul he eat little or mo h: but the cimeth through the multitnde of ye shew the dream, and the abundance of the rici will not business; and a fool's voice is terpretation thereof, ye shall it suffer him to sleep.

knoun by multitude of words. ceive of me gifts and rewants, and Cant. ii, 7. I charge you, O ye

For in the multitude of dreains great honour; therefore sbe T daughters of Jerusalem, by the and many words there are also the dream, and the interpretare roes, and by the hinds of the field. i divers vanities: but fear thou thereof.

They angrerede God. that that ye stir not up, nor awake

and said, Let the king tel my love, till he please.

182. xxix, 7, 8. And the multi- servants the dream, and we w! Cant. itt, 1, 2. By night on my

tude of all the nations that fight shew the interpretation of a bed I sought him whom my soul against Ariel, even all that fight The king answered and st), I loveth; I sought him, but I found against her and her inunition, and know of certainty ttat ya res him not. I will rise now, and go

that distress her, shall be as again the time, because ye sa te about the city in the streets, and dream of a night-vision. It shall thing is gone from me. But if ;even be as when an hungry man

will not make known unto me in the broad ways I will seek him areameth, and, behold, be eateth; dream, there is but one decret whom my soul loveth: l suught but he awaketh, and his soul is you; for ye have prepared its bim, but I found him not.

empty: or as when a thirsty man and corrupt words to speak khm Cant. viii, 4. I charge you, o dreametb, and, behold, he drink- me, till the time be change daughters of Jernsalem, that ye eth; but he awaketh, and, behold, therefore tell me the dran stir not up, nor awake my love, he is faint, and his soul hath I shall know that ye can store until he plesse. appetite.

the interpretation thereol. The Jer. xxxi, 20. Upon this I

Chaldeans answered before se awaked, and beheld; and my ANXIETY TO INTERPRET

king, and said, There is DOSTA sleep was sweet unto me.

upon the earth that can see te

THEM, BUT OFTEN Jer. II, 39 In their heat I will

king's matter; therefore there

DISAPPOINTED. make their feasts, and I will make

no king, lord, nor ruler that she them drunken, that they may re

Gen. xl, 5-8. And they dreamed such things at any magiau, joice, and sleep a perpetual sleep, / a dream both of them, each man astrologer, or Chaldean. And and not wake, waith the LORD.

his dream in one night, each man is a rare ibing that the king ?? Dan. vi. 19. Then the kiug arose his dream, the butler and the that can shew it before the best

according to the interpretation of quíreth; and there is done very early in the morning, and went in haste unto the deu of

baker of the king of Egypt, which except the gods, whose deri lions.

were bound in the prison. And is not with flesh. For this cat

Joseph came in unto them in the the king was angry and they Micah ii, 1. Woe to them that morning, and looked upon them,

furious, and c:mmanded to take devise iniquity, and work evil and, bevola, they were sad. And stroy all the wise men of Batrie upon their beds! when the moru- he asked Pharaob's officers, that and the decree went forth is ing is light, they practise it, be- were with him in the ward of his the wise men should be slain; e cause it is in the power of their lord's bouse, saying, wherefore they sought Daniel and his two! hand.

look ye so sadly to-day? And to be slain. Matth. xxvi, 43. And he came they said unto him, We have Daniel iv, 6. 7. Therefore Tat and found them asleep again; for dreamed a dream, and there is no I a decree te bring in all the * their eyes were heavy.

interpreter of it. And Joseph men of Babylon before me te Mark xiv, 40. And when he re

said unto them, Do not interpre- they might make kdown con turued, he found them asleep them, I pray you.

tations belong to God? tell me the interpretation of the dress again, (for their eyes were heavy,)

Then came in the magicises to noither wist they what to answer

Gen, xli, 8. And it came to pass astrologers, the Chaldeans, and him.

in the morning, that his (Pharaoh's] soothsayers; and I told the dret 1 Thess. v, 6, 7. Therefore let and called tor all the magicians make knowo unto me the 1932*

spirit was troubled; and he sent before them; but they did Dr 118 not sleep, as do others; but let us watch and be sober. For they thereot: and Pharaoh told them

of Egypt, and all the wise men pretation thereof. that sleep sleep in the night; and his dreams; but there was none they that be drunken are drunken that could' interpret them unto

THE TRUE INTERPRETA in the night.

TION FROM GOD. Pharaoh.

Gen, xli, 15, 16. And Pharo DREAMS.

Daniel ii, 2.-13. Then the king said unto Joseph, I hava dresses

commanded to call tbe magicinos, a dream, and there is node ** NATURAL AND SUPER and the astrologers, and the sor

can interpret it: and I have been NATURAL,

cerers, and the cbaldeans, for to say of thee, that thou cans Job vii, 13, 14. When I say, My shew the king his dreams. So they derstand a dream to interpisah bed shall comfort me, my couch

came and stood before the king. And Joseph answered Pherso shall ease my complaint; Then

And the king said unto them, I saying, it is not in me: Gerda thou scarest ine with dreams, and have dreamed a dreain, and my give Pharaoh an answer of peace territiest me through visions.

spirit was troubled to know the
dream. Then spake the Chal-

Daniel i. 17. As for these for Job xxxiii, 14--17. For God deans to the king in Syriack, ()

children, God gave them ** speaketh once, yea twice, yet man king, live for ever: tell thy ser- ledge and skill in all learritz perceiveth it not. In a dream, in vants & vision of the night, when deep shew

the dream, and we will wisdom: and Daniel Lai node the interpretation. The

standing in all visions and drait sleep falleth upon men, in slumber- king answered and said to the ings upon the bed:

Daniel ii, 14-16.24-30, * The Then he Chaldeans, The thing is gone from Daniel answered with avunsel openett the ears of men, and seal- me: if ye will not make known wisdom to Arioch the captain ein their instruction, 'That he unto me the dream, with the in- the king's gnard, wbicha wa*** may withdraw man from his pur-terpretation thereof, ye shall be forth to stay the wise pose, and hide pride from man. cut in pieces, and your houses Babylon: He answered and sa

to Arioch the king's captain, Why thy father, made master of the reached to beaven; and behold is the decree 80 hasty from the magicans, astrologers, Chaldeans, the angels of God ascending and king? Then Arioch made the and soothsayers; Forasmuch as an descending on it. And, behold, I thing known to Daniel. Then excellent spirit, and knowledge, am with thee, and will keep theo Daniel went in, and desired of and understanding, interpreting in all places whither thou goest, the king that he would give him of dreams, and shewing of hard and will bring thee again into this time, and that he would shew the sentences, and diesolving of land; for I will not leave thee, unking the interpretation. There- doubts, were found in the same til I have done that which I have fore Daniel went in unto Arioch, Daniel. whom the king named spoken to thee of. whom the king had ordained to Belteshazzar: now let Daniel be Gen. xxx1, 10, 11. And it came destroy the wise men of Baby- called, and he will shew the inter- to pass at the time that the cattle Jon: he went and said thus pretation. Then was Daniel conceived, that I lifted up mine unto him, Destroy not the wise brought in before the king. And eyes, and saw in a dream, and, bemen of Babylon: bring me in be- the king spake, and said unto hold, the rams which leape 1 fore the king, and I will shew Daniel, Art thou that Daniel, upon the cattle were ring-straked, unto the king the interpretation. which art of the children of the speckled, and grisled. And the Then Arioch brought in Dauirt captivity of Judah, wbom tbe angel of God spake unto me in a before the king in haste, and said king my father brought out of dream, saying, Jacob. And I said, thus unto bim, I have found a Jewry? I have even heard of Here am 1. man of the captives of Judab that thee, that the spirit of the gods is will make known uuto the king in thee, and that light, and under

LADAN. the interpretation. The king an- standing, and excellent wisdom, is

Gen. xXXI, 24. And God came to swered and said to Daniel, whose found in thee. And I have heard

Laban the Syrian in a dream by name ras Belteshazzar, Art thou of thee, that thou canst make in: night, and said unto him, Take able to make known unto me the terpretations, and dissolve doubts: beed that thou speak not to Jacob dream which I have seen, and the now, if thou canst read the writ- either good or bad. interpretation thereof? Daniel an- ing, and make known to me the awered in the presence of the interpretation thereof, thou shalt

JOSEPH. king, and said, The secret which be clothed with scarlet, and have

Gen. xxxvII, 5-10. And Joseph the king hath demanded cannot a chain of gold about thy neck, the wise men, the astrologers, the and shalt be the third ruler in the dreamed a dream, and he told it magicians, the soothsayers, shew kingdom. Then Daniel answered his brethren: and they hated him unto the king; But thero is a God and said before the king, Let thy get the more. And he said unto In heaveu that revealeth secrets, gifts be to thyself, and give thy them, Hear, I pray you, this dream and maketh known to the king rewards to another; yet I wil which I have dreamed: For, beNebuchaduezzar what shall be in read the writing unto the king, bold, we were binding sheaves in the latter days. Thy dream, and and make known to him the inter- the field, and, lo, my sheaf arose, the visions of thy head upon thy pretation.

and also stood upright; and, bebed, are these; As for thee, ()

hold, your sheaves stood round king, thy thoughts came into thy INSTANCES IN SCRIPTURE. about, and made obeisance to my

sheaf. And his brethren said to mind upon thy bed what should

ABIMELECH.

him, Shalt thou indeed reign come to pass hereafter; and he

Gen. xx, 3--8. that revealeth secrets maketh

But God came to over us? or shalt thou indeed

Abimelech in a dream by night, bave dominion over us? And known to thee what shall come to and said to him, Behold, thou art they hated him yet the more for pass. But as for me, this secret but a dead man, for the woman his dreams, and for his words. s not revealed to me for any wis- which thou hast taken; for she is And he dreamed yet another tom that I have more than any

a man's wife. But Abimelech had dream, and told it his brethren, iving, but for their sakes that shall make' known the interpreta- LORD, wilt thou slay also a righte-a dream more; and, behold, the

not como near her: and be said, and said, Behold, I have dreamed nightest know the thoughts of ous nation? Said he not unto ine, sun, and the moon, and the eleven by heart.

stars, made obeisance to me. And This is the dream; she herself said, He is my brother. be told it to his father, and to his und we will tell the interpretation in the integrity of my heart, and brethren: and his father rebuked hereof before the king.

Innocency of my hands, have I bim, and said unto him, What is Dan. iv, 8, 9.

But at the done this. And God said unto him this dream that thou hast dreamast Daniel came in before me, in a dream, Yea, I know that thou ed? Shall I, and thy mother, and whose name was Belteshazzar, didst this in the integrity of thy | thy brethren, indeed come to bow According to the name of my heart; for I also withheld thee down ourselves to thee to the od, and in whom is the spirit of from sinning against me: therefore earth? he holy gods) and before bim Isuffered 'I ibee not to touch ber. old the dream, saying, O Belte-Now therefore restore the man

THE CHIEF BUTLER. hazzar, master of the magicians, his wife; for he is a prophet, and Tecause I kuow that the spirit of be shall pray for thee, and thou

Gen. x1, 9.-13. And the chief he holy gods is in thee, and no sbalt live: and if thou restore her butler told bis dream to Josepb, ecret troubleth thee, tell me the not, know thou that thou shalt and said to him, in my dream, be. isions of my dream that I have surely die, thou and all that are bold, a vine was before me; And een, and the interpretation there-thine. Therefore Abimelech rose

in the vine were three branches: early in the morning, and called and it was as though it budded, Dan. V, 11--14, 16, 17. There is all his servants, and told all these and her blossoms shot forth; and

the clusters thereof brought forth man in thy kingdom in whom is things in their ears; and the men he spirit of the holy gods: and, in were sore afraid.

ripe grapes: And Pharaoh's cup he days of thy father, light and

was in my hand: and I took the inderstanding, and wisdom, like

JACOB.

grapes, and prossed them into he wisdom of the gods, was found

Pharaoh's cup, and I gave the cup Gen. xxviii, 12, 15. And he into Pharaoh's band. And Joseph him; whom the king Nebuchad- dreamed, and' behold a ladder set said unto him, This is the intertezzar thy father, the king, I say, up on the earth, and the top of it'pretation of it: 'The three branches

into Pharaoh's hand: Bot be hang kine are seven years; and the according to the words 1,1 ?

are three days. Yet within three unto Joseph, in my dream, be- ! terpretation thereof, that te er
duys shall Pharaob lift up thine | bold. I stood upou the bank of shipped, and returned in 0.
head, and restore thee uuto thy the river: And, behold, there came host of Israel, and said, Aris: t
place; and thou shalt deliver Pha-up out of the river seven kine, the LORD hath delivered into juar
raoh's cup into his hand, after the tat-fleshed, and well-favoured ; hand the host of Midian.
former manner when thou wast and they fed in a meadow: And,
his butler.
behold, seven other kine came up

SOLOMON.
after them, poor and very ill-fa-
THE CHIEF BAKEB.
voured and lean-fleshed, such as I

1 Kings iii, 5. 8-15. In Gia Gen. xl, 16-19. When the chief never saw to all the land of Egypt a dream by niglit: and God set

the Loso appeared to smo baker saw that the interpretation for badness: And the lean and the Ask what I shall give thee. And wis good, he said unto Joseph, I ill-favoured kine did eat up the also was iu my dream, and, behold, first seven fat kine. And when thy servant is in the midst of the I had three white baskets on my they had eaten them up, it could

people which thou hast chea, head. And in the uppermost not be known that they had eaten great people, that canbottle basket there was of all manner of them; but they were still ill-fa-1 bered nor counted for moltirada bake-meats for Pharaoh; and the voured, as at the beginning. So

Give therefore the servant su tbirds did eat them out of the bas- 1 awoke. And I saw in my dream, ple, that I may discern beves

derstanding heart to judgethope ket upon my head. And Joseph and, behold, seven ears came up in good and bad: for who is able answered and said, This is the in- one stalk, full and good: And, be; judge this thy so great a people terpretation thereof: The three hold,seven ears, withered, tbin and And the speech pleased the Lia baskets are three days. Yet with blasted with the east wind, sprung that Solomon had asked this this in three days shall Pharaoh lift up after them: And the thin ears upthy head from off thee,and shall | devoured the seven good ears. thou hast asked this thing a

And God said unto him, Because hang thee on a tree; and the birds And I told this unto the magi: hast not asked for tbsselt ke shall eat thy flesh from off tbee. cians; but there was none that life; neither bast asked riches te

could declare it to me. Gen. xI, 21, 22. And he restored seph said unto Pharaoh, The thyself, por bast asked the list dream of Pharaoh is one: God

thine enemies; but hast asked the chief butler unto his butler- hath shewed Pharaoh what he is thyself understanding to disco ship again; and he gave the cup about to do. The seven good

judgment; Bebold, I bare date ed the chief baker, as Joseph had seven good ears are seven years: derstanding heart; so that there

given thee & wise and sh interpreted to them.

the dream is one. And the seven Gen. xII. 11--13. And we dreamed thin and ill-favoured kine that neither after thee sball auy ari

was none like thee before the a dream in one night, I and he: came up after them, are seven we dreamed each man according years; and the seven empty ears, given thee that which thou his

like unto thee. And I bare to the interpretation of his dream. blasted with the east wiud, shall not asked, both

riches and botoa And there was there with us & be seven years of famine. This is so that there shall not be 117 young man, an Hebrew, servant the thing which I have spoken to the captain of the guard; and unto Pharaoh: What God is about among the kings like osta # we told him, and he interpreted to do he showeth unto Pharaoh. all thy days. And if the to us our dreams: to each man Behold, there come seven years tutes and my commandments,

walk in my ways, to keep saya according to his dream he did in. terpret. And it came to pass, as land of Egypt: And there shai: thy father David did walk, tusi he interpreted to us, so it was; arise after them seven years of will lengthen thy days

. As a me he restored uuto mine office, famine; and all the plenty sball lomon awoke; and, bebold, 4 033

a dream. and him he hanged.

be forgotten in the land of Egypt;
and the famine shall consume the
land; And the plenty shall not be

NEBUCHADSEZZA
PHARAOH.

known in the land by reason of Dan. ii, 1, 31--45. And is ty Gen. xli, 1--7, 17-32. And it came that famine following; for it shall second year of the reign of a to pass at the end of two full be very grievous. And for that buchadnezzar, years, that Pharaoh dreamed; and, the dream was doubled unto Pha- dreamed dreams, where with b behold, he stood by the river. raoh twice; it is because the thing spirit was troubled, and bis die And, bebold, there came up out is established by God, and God brake from him. Thou, O Et of the river seven well-favoured will shortly bring it to pass. sawest, and behold a great in kine, and fat-fleshed; and they fed

This great image, whose bros in a meadow. And, behold, seven

MIDIANITE SOLDIER.

ness was excellent, stood ? other kine came up after them

thee; and the form thereo 170 out of the river, ill-lavoured and Jud. vii, 13--15. And when terrible. This image's bras Jean-fleshed; and stood by the Gideon was come, behold, there of fine gold, his breast an other kine, upon the brink of the was a man that told a dream unto arms of silver, his belly sed >> river. And the ill-favoured and his fellow, and said, Behold, I thighs of brass, His legs oli lean-fleshed kine did eat up the dreamed a dream, and, lo, a cake his feet part of iron and Beven well-favoured and fat kine. of barley bread tumbled into the of clay.

Thou 82 West till So Pliaraoh awoke. And he slept, host of Midian, and came unto a a stone was cut out the and dreained the second time: tent, and smote it that it fell, and hands, which smote the s and, behold, seven ears of corn overturned it, that the tent lay upon his feet that were di came up pon one stalk, rank and along. And his fellow answered and clay, and brake the good. And, behold, seven thin and said, This is nothing else save pieces. Tben was the iron. ** ears, and blasted with the east the sword of Gideon the son of clay, the brass, the silver, an 12 wind, sprung up after them. And Joash, a man of Israel: for into gold, broken to pieces to the seven thin ears devoured the bis band bath God delivered and became like the chaine Beven rank and full ears. And Midian, and all the host. And it summer thrasting-floors, and Pharaoh awoke, and, behold, it was so, when Gideon heard the wind carried them away, this was a dream. And Pharaoh said I telling of the dream, and the in- place was found for these da

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the stone that smote the image | visions of mine head in my bed: I strong, whose height reachel
became a great mountain, and saw, and bebold a tree in the unto the heaven, and the sight
1llled the whole earth. Thou, midst of the earth, and the height thereof to all the earth; Whose
O king, art a king of kings: thereof was great. The tree leaves were fair, and the fruit
for the God of heaven bath given grew, and was strong, and the thereof much, and in it was meat
thee a kingdom, power, and height thereof roached unto hea- for all; under which the beasts of
strength, and glory. And where-ven, and the sight thereof to the the field dwelt, and upon whose
soever the children of men dwell, ond of all the earth. The leaves branches the fowls of the heaven
the beasts of the field, and the thereof were fair, and the fruit had their habitation: It is thou, O
fowls of the heaven, hath he given thereof much, and in it rcas meat king, that art grown and become
into thine hand, and hath made for all: the beasts of the field bad strong: for thy greatnest is grown,
thee ruler over them all. Thou shadow under it, and the fowls of and reacheth unto heaven, and thy
art this head of gold. And after the heaven dwelt in the boughs dominion to the end of the earth.
thee shall arise another kingdom thereof, and all flesh was fed of it. And whereas the king saw a
inferior to thee, and another third I saw in the visions of my head watcher and an boly one coming
kingdom of brass, which shall upon my bed, and, behold, a down from heaven, and saying,
bear rule over all the earth. And watcher and an holy one came Hew the tree down, aud destroy
the fourth kingdom shall be strong down from heaven: He cried it; yet leave the stump of tho
as iron: torasmuch as iron break- aloud, and said thus, Hew down roots thereof in the earth, even
eth in pieces and subdueth all the tree, and cut off his branches, with a band of iron and brass, in
things; and as iron that breaketh shake off bis leaves, and scatter the tender grass of the held; and
all these, shall it break in pieces his fruit: let the beasts get away let it be wet with the dew of hea-
and bruise. And whereas thou from under it, and the fowls from ven, and let his portion be with
sawest the feet and toes, part of his branches: Nevertheless, leave the beasts of the field till seven
potter's clay, and part of iron, the the stump of his roots in the times pass over him; This is the
kingdom shall be divided; but earth, even with a band of iron interpretation, 0 king, and this is
there shall be in it of the strength and brass, in the tender grass of the decree of the most Iligh, which
of the iron, forasmuch as thou the field; and let it be wet with is come upon my lord the king.
sawest the iron mixed with miry the dew of heaven, and let his
clay. And as the toes of the feet portion be with the beasts in the

DANIEL
were part of iron, and part of clay; grass of the earth: Let his heart Dan. vii, 1. In the first year of
80 the kingdom shall be parily be changed from man's, and let a Belshazzar king of Babylon,
strong, and partly broken. And beast's heart be given unto him; Daniel had a dream and visions
whereas thou sawest iron mixed and let seven times pass over of bis head upon bis bed; then he
with miry clay, they shall mingle him. This matter is by the de-wrote the dream, and tuld the
themselves with the seed of men; cree of the watchers, and the sum of the matters.
but they shall not cleave one to demand by the word of the holy
another, even as iron is not mixed ones; to the intent that the living

WISE MEN with clay. And in the days of may know that the most High Matth. ii, 12. And being warned these kings shall the God of hea ruleth in the kingdom of men, of God in a dream that they ven set up a kingdom, which shall and giveth it to whomsoever he should not return to Herod, they never be destroyed: and the king will, and setteth up over it the departed into their own country dom shall not be left to other basest of men. This dream I king another way. people, but it shall break in pieces Nebuchadnezzar have seen. Now aud consume all these kingdoms, thou, ( Belteshazzır, declare

JOSEPH. and it shall stand for ever. For the interpretation thereof, foras Matth. 11, 13. And when they asmuch as thou sawest that the much as all the wise men of my were departed, behold, the angel stone was cut out of the mountain kingdom are not able to make of the Lord appeareth to Joseph without hands, and that it brake known unto me the interpretation: in a dream, saying, Arise, and in pieces the iron, the brass, the but thou art able; for the spirit of take the young child and his clay, the silver, and the gold; the the holy gods is in thee.' Then mother, and flee into Egypt, and great God hath made known to Daniel (whose name was Belte- be thou there until I bring theo the king what sball come to pass shazzar) was astonied for word: for Herod will seek the liereafter: and the dream is cer- hour, and his thoughts troubled young child to destroy him. tain, and the interpretation thereof him. The king spake, and said, sure. Belteshazzar, let not the dream,

PILATE'S WIFE. Dan. iv, 4, 5, 10-24. I Nebuchador the interpretation thereof, Matth. xxvii, 19. When he was nezzar was al rest in mine house, trouble thee. Belteshazzar an set down on the judgment-seat and flourisling in my palace: I swered and said, My lord, the his wife sent unto him, saying, saw a dream which made me dream be to that hate thee, Have thou nothing to do with afraid, and the thoughts upon my and the interpretation thereof to that just mad: for I have suffered bed and tbe visions of my head thine enemies. The tree that many things this day in a dreain troubled me. Thus were the I thou sawest, which grew, and was I because of him

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one

WAR

Scatter doin.

WAR.

be earthquakes in divers places, the chariots perceived tistir

and there shall be famines and not the king of Israel, that the (See under ARMY-ARMS.) troubles: these are the beginnings turned back from pansuing Ls

of sorrows. 1st.-GENERAL REMARKS.

1 Chron. v. 19. Api they calde

Luke iii, 14. And the soldiers war with the Hagari, w WAR A FREQUENT OCCURENCE AND likewise demanded of him, saying, Jetur, and Nephish, and No. THE RESULT OF SIXFUL PASSIOX. And what shall we do? And he

2 Chron. xxviii, 9. But a P3. ix, 6. O thou enemy, de- said unto them, Do vlolence to no phet of the Loed was there we structions are come to a perpetual man, neither accuse any falsely; vame was Oded, and be sett

before the host that came so endl: and thou hast destroyed and be content with your wages. cities; their memorial is perished

Luke xxi, 9,10. But when ye shall maria, and said unto tben. Ee with them.

hear of wars and commotions, be bold, because the LORD God

not terrified: for these things must your fathers was not Ps. XXXV, 20. For they speak first come to pass; but the end is Judah, he hath delivered a pot peace; but they devise deceit

not by and by. Then said he unto into your hand, and ye hase sun fol matters against them that are them, Nation shall rise akalust them in a rage ihut reaches quiet in the land.

nation, and kingdom against king. unto beaven. Ps. Ixviii, 30. thou the people that delight in

WAR FOR COXQCESS. James iv, 1, 2. From whence war.

come wars and fightings among Num , xxxii, 6, 7. 90-93. Ps. cxx, 6,7. My soul hath long you? come they not hence, even Moses said unto the children dwelt with him that hateth peace, of your lusts that war in your Gad, and to the children o: B I am for peace: but when I speak, members? Ye lust, and have vot: ben, Sball your brethres pa se they are for war.

ye kill, and desire to have, and war, and shall ye sit bera? Ant P3.cxl, 1, 2. Deliver me, O LORD, cannot obtain: ye fight and war, wherefore discourage ye ibebe from the evil man: preserve me yet ye have not, because ye ask of the children of Israel frios from the violent man; Which not.

ing over into the land which the imagine mischiefe in their heart:

LORD liath given then: continually are they gathered to

Moses said unto them, li Fe vi gether for war.

Josh. xi, 18. Joshua made war

do this thing, if ye will go see a long time with all those kings. Prov. xil, 20. Deceit is in the

before the LORD to war, and la heart of them that imagine evil:

Judges xi, 4. And it came to all of you armed over Jonat be but to the counsellors of peace is pass; io process of time, that the fore the Lord, until he hath inter

children of Ammon made war out his enemies from beture linn joy. against Israel.

And the land be subdued teine Ezek. vil, 25. Destruction com

2 Sam. iii, 1. Now there was the LORD: then afterward ye sha eth; and they shall seek peace, long war between the house of return, and be guiltless belee and there shall be none.

Saul and the house of David: but LORD, and before Israel; and this Amos i. 11. Thus saith the David waxed stronger and strong- land shall be your pusse suiva de Lond. For three transgressions of er, and the house of Saul waxed fore the LORD. But if ye will Ldom, and for four, I will not turn weaker and weaker,

do so, bebold, ye bave sabr away the punishment thereof; be

against the LORD; and be sure y cause he did pursue his brother 1 Kings xiv, 30. And there was sin will find you out. with the sword, and did cast off war between Rehoboam and

Deut, il, 24, 31. Rise ye op, take all pity, and his anger did tear Jeroboam all their days.

your journey, and pass over the perpetually, and be kept his wrath for ever.

1 Kings xv, 6, 16, 32. And there river Aruon: behold, I bare girea

was war between Reboboam and into thine hand sibon the AObad. 14. Neither shouldest

Jeroboam all the days of his life. rite, king of Heshbon, and his thou have stood in the cross-way: And there was war between Asa land; begin to possess it, and 0.8 to cut off those of his that did and Baasha king of Israel all their tend with him in ballle. Asi escape; nether shouldest thou days. And there was war be- Lord said unto me, Rebold I b have delivered up those of his that did remain in the day of dis- Israel all their days. tween Asa aud Baasha king of begun to give Silon and his c!

before thee: begin to pass tress. Matth. xxiv, 6.

1 Kings xxii, 30, 31, 33. And the thou mayest inherit Lis land And ye shall

king of Israel said unto Jehosha Deut. iil, 18. And I command hear of wars, and rumours of wars; see that ye be not troubled: for ai phat, I will disguise myself, and you at that time, saying, I these things must como to pass, on thy robes. And the king of this land to possess 15: Fe

enter into the battle; but put'thon LORD your God hath gives you but the end is not yet,

Israel disguised hinsell, and went pass over armed before your litt Mark xill,7, 8. And when ye shall into the battle. But the king of thren the children of Israui, al hear of wars, and rumours of wars, Syria commanded bis thirty and that are meet for the war. be ye not troubled: for such things two captaics that had rule over Josh, i, 12-15. And to the Rex must needs be; but the end shall his chariots, saying, Fight neither benites, and to the Gadites sida not be yet. For nation shall rise with small' nor great, save only half the tribe of Manasveti, sut: against nation, and kingdom with the king of Israel. And it Joshua, saying, Remember to against kingdom; and there shall came to pass, when the captains of 'word which Moses, the se! Taord

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