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raiment: divide the spoil of your | Assyria appointed unto Hezekialdren of Ammon, Anil said unto enemies with yodr brethren. kingof Judah threehundredtalents him, Thus raith Jephthall. Israel
of silver, and thirty talents of gold. took not away the land of Moab, 1 Sam. XXX, 18, 19, 21--25. And David recovered
nor the land of the children of all that the
2 Kings xxiii, 33. And Pharaoh
nechoh put him in bands at Amalekites had carried
Ammon: And the LORD God of away; and David rescued his two wives: Riblah, in the land of Hamath, Israel delivered Sibon and all his And there was nothing lacking to
that he might not reign in Jeru people into the hand of Israel,
silem; and put the land to a and they smote them : so Israel them, neither small nor great, tribute of an hundred talents of possessed all the land of the Amoneither BODS nor
rites, the inhabitants of that peither spoil, nor any thing that silver, and a talent of gold. they had taken to them: David 2 Chron. xvii, 11. Also some of country. And they possessed all recovered all. And David came the Philistines brought Jehosha
the coasts of the Amorites, from to the two hundred men, which phat presents, and tribute silver; from the wilderness even unto
Arnon even unto Jabbok, and were so faint that they could not and the Arabians brought him Jordan. So now the LORD God of follow David, whom they had flocks, seven thousand and seven
Israel hath dispossessed the Amomade also to abide at the brook hundred rams, and seven thou
rites from before his people IsBesor; and they went forth to sand and seven bundred he-goats. rael, and shouldest thou possess meet David, and to meet the peo. 2 Chron. xxvii, 5. He fought it? And now art thou any thing ple that were with him: and when also with the king of the Ammon- better than Balak the son of ZipDavid came near to the people, ites, and prevailed against them. por king of Moab? did he ever he saluted them. Then answered And the children of Ainmon gave strive against Israel, or did he all the wicked men, and men of him the same year an hundred ever fight against them, Wbile Belial, of those that went with talents of silver, and ten thou- Israel dwelt in Heshbon and her David, and said, Because they sand measures of wheat, and ten towns, and in Aroer, and her went not with us, we will not give thousand of barley. So much did towns, and in all the cities that be them ought of the spoil that we the children of Ammon pay unto along' by the coasts of Arnon, have recovered, save to every him, both the second year and the three hundred years, why thereman his wife and his children, third.
fore did ye not recover them withthat they may lead them away,
13a. xvi, 1. Send ye the lamb to in that time? Wherefore I have and depart. Then said David, the ruler of the land from Sela to not sinned against thee, but thou Ye shall not do so, my brethren, the wilderness, unto the mount doest me wrong to war against with that which the Lord hath of the daughter of Zion,
me: the Lord the Judge be judge given us, who hath preserved us,
this day between the children of and delivered the company that
Israel and the children of Amcame against us into our hand, TREATIES AND PROPOSALS
mon. For who will hearken unto you in
Howbeit the king of the
children of Ammon hearkened this matter? but as his part is that WITH A VIEW TO PREVENT
not unto the words of Jephthah goeth down to the battle, so shall WAR, OR IN CONSEQUENCE which he sent him. his part be that tarrieth by the
OF IT. bluff: they shall part alike. Aud
1 Kings xx, 5--9. And the mesit was so from that day forward,
sengers came again, and said, that he made it a statute and an Josh. xxl, 30--33. And when Thus speaketh Ben-hadad, saying, uruinance
for Israel unto this Phinehas the priest, and the Although I have sent unto thee, day.
princes of the congregation, and saying, Thou shalt deliver me thy Ps. Ixviii, 12. Kings of armies heads of the thousands of Israel silver, and thy gold, and thy wives, did flee apace; and she that tarried which were with him, heard the and thy children; Yet I will send at home divided the spoil.
words that the children of Reu. my servants onto thee to-morrow Dan. xi, 24. Ile shall enter the children of Manasseh, spake of thy servants; and it shall be, ben, and the children of Gad, and about this time, and they sball
search thine house, and the houses peaceably even upon the fattest it pleased them. And Phinehas places of the province; and he the son of Eleazar the priest said that whatsoever is pleasant in shall do that which his fathers unto the children of Reuben, and thine eyes, they shall put it in their fathers; he shall sca!ter among children of Manasseh, This day the king of Israel called all the them the prey, and spall, and we perceive that the LORD is elders of the land, and said, Mark, riches: yea, and he shall forecast among us, because we have not
I pray you, and see how this man his devices against the strong committed this trespass against seeketh mischief: for de sent unto holds, even for a time.
the LORD: now ye have delivered me for my wives, and for my chilAmos V, 9. That strengtheneth the children of Israel out of the dren, and for my silver, and for the spoiled against the strong, so hand of the LORD. And Phinehas my gold; and I denied him not. that the spoiled shall come against the son of Eleazar the priest, and and all the elders, and all the the fortress.
the princes, returned from the people, said unto him, Hearken
not unto him, nor consent. Where-
children of Ga 1, out of the land of fore he said unto the messengers of Moab was a sheep-master, and to the children of Israel, and rendered unto the king of Israel brought them word again. And to thy servant at the first I will an hundred thousand lambs, and the thing pleased the children of do: but this thing I may not do. an hundred thousand rams, with Israel; and the children of Israel
And the messengers departed, blessed God, and did not intend and brought him word again. 2 Kings xvill, 14. And Heze-to go up against them in battle, to TREATIES VIOLATED. klah king of Judah sent to the destroy the land wherein the
1 Kings xv, 19. There is a league king of Assyria to Lachish, say- children of Reuben andGad dwelt. between me and thee, and beiug, I have offended; return from Judges xi, 14, 15, 21-23, 25--28tween my father and thy father: me; that which thou puttest on
And Jephthalı sent messengers i behold, I have sent unto thee a me will I bear. And the king of again unto the king of the child present of silver and gold; come
un l break thy league with Baasha 2 Kings ix, 19. Then he sent
PROPOSAL hins of Israel, that lie muy depart out a second on horseback, which Judges viil, 1-3. Apt te me from me.
came to them, and said, Thus of Epuruun said un'u biu.lt Daniel xi, 23. And after the saith the king, Is it peace? And hast thou serre l us ti league made with him he shall Jehu answered, What last thou Chou calledst is not woa L. work deceitfully: for he shall
to do with peace? turn they be wontest to fight with the le come up, and shall become strong hind me.
ite? And they did chide wi. with a small people.
Luke xiv, 31. 32. Or what king, sharply. And he said ucts ibam, Amos i, 9. Thus saith the LORD; going to make war aguinst an
What have I done now in ariaFortree transgressions of Tyrus, other king, sitteth not down first, rison of you? Is not the gl * and for four, I will not turn away and consulteth, whether he be of the grapes of Cplirain bester the punishment thereof; because able with ten thousand to meet
than the vintage of 1-Z they delivered up the whole cap-him that cometh aguinst him with bath delivered into your lies tivity to Exloin, and remembered twenty thousand? Or else, while the princes of Mittati, undai not the brotherly covebant. the other is yet a great way off
, Zeeb: and what was I abelid Obad. 7. All the men of thy he sendeth an ambassage, and desiu comparison of you? Theatt:
anser was abated toward a confederacy have brought thee sireth conditions of peace.
when he had said that. even to the border: the men that were at peace with thee have de LEAGUE WITI THE GIBEONITES.
Judges xi, 12, 13. Add deplich ceived thee, and prevailed against Josh, ix, 1-4, 6-9,11. And it came the children of Ammin, sarak
sent messengers 001) The A 19,2 thee; they that cat thy bread have to pass, when all the kings which what host thoa to du nio laid a wound under thee: there is were on this side Jordan, iu the that thou art come agaik: De none understanding in bim. hills, and in the valleys, and in all fight in my land. And tbe kinge! AMBASSADORS.
the coasts of the great sea over the chilren of amma aps* ert!
against Lebanon, the Hittite, and unto the messengers of Jepk 19. Josh, xxii, 12-15. And when the the Amorite, the Canaanite, the Because Israel wuk ara chilren of Israel heard of it, the Perizzite, the Hivite, and the Je-land when they came up on whole congregation of the child busite, heard thereof, That they Egypt, from Árn ese e dren of Israel gathered themselves gathered themselves together, to Ja buk, and unto Jordaa: 137 together at Shiloli, to go up to fight with Joshua and with Israel, ibereture restore lburridas war against them. And the with one accord. And when the children of Israel sent unto the inhabitants of Gibeon heard what
peaceably. children of Reuben, and to the Joshua had doue onto Jericho, Judges xli, 1-3. And the app children of Gad, and to the half and to A1, They did work wilily of Ephr.im gathered tit-11 tribe of Manasseh, ints) the and went and made as if they had together, und Hent 001 land of Gilead, Phinehas the been ambassadors, and took om and sai unto Jep! hall, I* Bon of Eleazar ihe priest, And sacks upon their asses, and wine-fore pl-8 dst thou orer to with him ten princes, of each bottles, old, and rent, and bound against th: cuildren of Art, chief house a price throughout up; And they went to Joshua un'o and didst not call us to pat all the tribes of Israel; and each the camp at Gilgal, and said unto thee? we will biira ibla 1: one was an bead of the house bim, and to the inen of Israel, We upon thee with tire. Ander of their fathers among the thou.
be come from a far country: now thah said unto them, I acts sauds of Israel, And they came therefore make ye a league with people were at great strikes unto the children of Reuben, and
us, And the men of Israel said the children of Ammop: an: 1 to the children of Gad, and to the unto the Hivites, Peradventure ye I called you, ye delivered me. ball-tribe of Manasseh, unto the dwellamong us; and how shull ne out of their hands. Andska land of Gilead, and they spake make a league with you? And saw that ye delivered to with them, saying.
they said unto Joshua, We are put my life in my handa = Judges xx, 12. And the tribes thy servants. And Joshua said passed over against tbe cleta of Israel sent men through all the unto them. Who are ye? and from of Ammon, and the Loso dekre tribe of Benjamin, saying. Wnat whence come ye? And they said ed them into my hand: wheth wickedness is this that is done unto him, From a very far country then are ye come up us one among you?
thy servants are come because of day, to fight against me. Judges xxi, 12, 13. And they the name of the Lord thy God:
Judges x8, 9, 10. Then th- Pr found among the inhabitants of for we have heard the fame of listines went up, ant pitbed. Jabesh - gilead
four bundred him, and all that he did in Egypt, Judals, and spread theros! Fes: young virgins, that had known Wheretcre our elders, and all the Lehi. And the
Den no man by lying with any male: inhabitants of our country, spike said, Why are ye come up art and they brought them onto the
to us, saying, Take victuals with us? And they ansiere!, Tu-1 camp to Shiloh, which is in the you for the journey, and go to Samson are we come op, to da land of Canaan. And the whole meet them, and say unto them, him as he hath dote 10 as congregation sent some to speak We are your servants: therefore
Judges xx, 13.
Nos therr to the children of Benjamin that now muke ye a league with us.
deliver us the men, the time were in the rock Rimmon, and to Josh. x, 6. And tho men of Gic of Belial, which are in G. call peaceably untu them!
beon sent unto Joshua to the that we may put them to sea à 1 Kings xx, 17, 18. And the camp to Gilgal, saying, Slack not and put away evil from 15young men of the princes of the thy laud from thy servants; come But the children of fou provinces went out first: and Ben- up to us quickly, and save us, and would not hearken to the sea halad sent out, and they told him, help us: for all the kings of the their brethren ibe childread saying, There are men come out Amorites, that dwell in the moun.rael, Samaria. And he said, tains,
gathered together Whether they be come out for against us.
1 Sam. xi. 1, 2. Thru Nike peace, take them alive; or whether
the Ammouite came up. 0 they be come out for war, take
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she said unto him, Ilear the woris destroying thein utterly, and shalt away back. So they shall bring 191 Jerusalem that were on the wall, saith the LORD, the God of hosts, David had said, Surely in vain
with us, and we will serve thee Isa. XXXVI, 2, 3, 13, 14, 16. Ard the shall live, and this city shall not And Nahash the Ammonito an king of Assyria sent Rab-shakeli be burot with fire; and thou shalt
swered them, On this condition from Lachish to Jerusalem, unto live, and thine house: But if ibou I will I make a corenant with you, king Hezekiah, with a great army: will not go forth to the king or
that I may thrust out all your and be stood by the conduit of the Babylon's prioces, then shall this right eyes, and lay it for å re- upper pool, in the highway of the city be given into the band of the proach upon all Israel.
foller's felil. Then came forth Chaldeans, and they shall burn it 1 Sam. xxviii, 1. And it came to unto him Eliakim, Hilkiah's son, with fire, and thou shalt norescipo rass in those days, that the Philis- which was over the house, and out of their hand. And Zedektab tines gathered their armie
to Shebna, the scribe, and Joall, the king -ald unto Jeremiah, I am gether for warfare, to fight with Asapli's son, the recorder. Then afraid of the Jews that are fallen Israel; aud Achish said unto Rabshakeh stood, and cried with a to the Chaldeans, lest they deliver David, Kuow thou assuredly, that loud voice in the Jews' language, me into their hand, and they mock thou shalt go out with me to and said, Hear ye the words of the me. But Jeremiah said, They battle, thou and tby men.
great king, the king of Assyria. shall not deliver thee. Obey, I 2 Sam. ii, 27. And Joab said. Thus saith the king, Let not He- beseech thee, the voice of the
zekiah deceive you; for he shall LORD, which I speak unto thee: so As God liveth, unless thou hadst
uot be able to deliver you. Hear. It shall be well unto thee, and thy spoken, surely then in the morn
ken not to Hezekiah: for thus saith soul shall live. But if thou refuse ing the people had gone up every the king of Assyria, Make an to go furth, this is the word ibat one from following his brother.
agreement with me by a present, the Lord bath shewed me: And, 2 Sam. xx, 16, 17, 19, 20. Then and come out to me: and eat ye behold, all the women that are cried a wise woman out of the every one of his vine, and every left in the king of Judal's house city, Hear, hear; say, 1 prily you, one of his fig tree, and drink ye shall be brought forth to the king unto Joab, Come vear hither, that every one the waters of his own of Babylon's princes, and thore I may speak with thee. And cistern.
women shall say, Thy friends have when he was come near unto her,
Isa. xxxvil, 11--13. Belold, thou set thee on, and have prevailed the woman said, Art thou Joab? bast heard what the kings of As against thee; thy feet are sunk in 1. And he answered, I am ne. Then syria bave done to all lands, by the mire, and they are turne!
of thine bandmaid. And he anthou be delivered? Have the gods out all thy wives and thy children swered, I do hear. I am one of of the nations delivered them to the Chaldeans; and thou shalt them that are peacable and faith
which my fatbers have destroyed, not escape out of their hand, but ful in Israel; thou seekest to de- as Gozan, and Haran, and Rezeph, shalt be taken by the hand of the stroy a city and a mother in and the children of Eden wuích king of Babylon: ard thou shalt Teruel: wly wilt thou swallow up were in Telassar? Where is the
canise this city to be burnt with the inheritance of the LORD? And
fire. Juab answered and said, Far he king of Hamath, and the king of it, far be it from me, that'I should Arphad, and the king of the city swallow up or destroy. of Sepharvaim, Hena, and Ivah? Josh. ix, 25, 27. And now, behold,
we are in thine hand: as it seem1 Kings xx, 2, 4. And he sent CAPITULATION. etli good and right unto thee to do messengers to Ahab king of Israel
Jer. xxl, 8, 9. And unto this unto us, do. And Joshua made into the city, and said unto him, people thou shalt say, Tbus saith
them that day hewers of wood Thus saith Ben-hadad. Aud the the LORD, Bebold, I set before you aud drawers of water for the conking of Israel answered and said, the way of life, and the way of gregation, and for the ultar of the My lord, o king, according to thy death. He that abideth in this LORD, even unto this day, in the saying, I am thine, and all that I city shall die by the sword, and by
place which he should choose. have.
the lamine, and by the pestilence: 1 Kings xx, 34. And Ben-hadad 2 Kings xviii, 27-30. But Rab- but he that goeti: out, and falleth said unto him, The cities, which sbakel said unto them, Ilath my to the Chaldeans that besiege you, my father took from thy father, I master sent me to thy master, and he shall live, and his lite shall be will restore; and thou shalt make to thee, to speak ihese words ? unto him for a prey.
streets for thee in Damascus, as hath he not sent me to the men
my father made in Samaria. Then which sit on the wall, that they that bring their neck under the with this covenant. So be made it
Jer. xxvii, 11-13. But the nations said Ahab, I will send thee away may eat their own dung, and drink yoke of the king of Babylon, and covenant with him, and sent bim their own piss with you? Then Rab-sbakeh stood and cried with still in their own land, saith the serve him, those will I let remain
away a loud voice in the Jew's language, Lord; and they shall till it, and
MISCELLANEOUS. ind spake, saying, Hear the word dwell thereio. i spike also to
Gen, xlix, 7. ed be their of the great king, the king of As. Zedekiah king of Juduh accord- anger, for it was fierce; and their yria : Thus saith the king, Let sot Hezekiah deceive you; for being to all these words, saying, wrath, for it was cruel': I will dishall not be able to deliver you of the king of Babylon, and serve Bring your necks under the yoke vide them iu Jacob, and scatter
them iu Israel. out of his land: Neither let Heze- him and his people, and live. Why kiah make you trust in the LORD, will ye die, thou and thy people, that was in distress, and every
1 Sam. xxii, 2. And every one aying, The Lord will surely de- by the sword, by the famine, and one that was in debt, and every lyer us, and this city shall not be by the pestilence, as the LORD one that was discontented, ga. Telivered into the band of the buth spoken against the nation thered themselves unto him; and iing of Assyria.
that will not serve the king of he became a captain over them: 2 Ohron. xxxii, 18. Tben they Babylon?
and there were with him about Tiect with a loud voice in the
Jer. xxxviii, 17-23. Then said four hundred men. Jews' speech unto the people of Jeremiah untu Zedekiah, Thus 1 Sam. xxv, 21-24, 28. ( o affrigbt them, and to trouble the God of Israel, if thou wilt as have I kept all that this fellow hem; that tbey might take the suredly go forth unto the king of bath in the wilderness, so that ity
Babylou's princes, then thy soul nothing was missed of all that
pertained unto him; and be bath Isa. XXX, 7,9. For the Egyptians God shall giya Israel and then requited me evil for good. So and sball help in vain, and to no por shall not be an old min in tismore also do God unto the ene- pose: therefore have I cried con- bouse for ever. And I wil mies of David, if I leave of all cerning this, their strength is to me up a faithfol pripst, ste that pertaineth to him, by the sit still. That this is a rebellious do according to that wbiche morning light, any that pisseth people, lying children, children mine heart and in my pict an! against the wall.) And when Abi- that will not bear the law of the I will build bim a sure bok gail saw David, she hasied, and LORD.
he sball walk
before Dighted off the ass, and fell before Jer. xi, 7. I have forsaken mine Anointed for ever, Dirid on her face, and bowed her-bouse, I have left mine heritage; I P3. lxxvi, 4, 6. Thou art mm sell to the ground, And fell at his lavegiventhedearly-belovedofmy glorious and excellent lezen feet, and said, Upon me, my lord, soul into the band of her enemies. mountains of preç. ALAT upon me let this iniquity be; and
Jer, sxv, 13, 14, 18-20. And I will buke, o God of Jacob bon let thine bandmaid, I pray thee, bring upon that land all my words chariot and horse are cassia speak in thine audience, and hear which I have pronounced against dead sleep the words of thine handmaid. lit, eren all that is written in this pray thee, forgive the trespass of book, which Jeremiah hath pro- eth the city of the nighs,
Prov. xxi. 22. A wise its 80 thine handmaid: for the Lord will phesied against all the nations. casteth down the strengths cortainly make my lord a sure For many nations and great kings confidence thereof. house ; because my lord fighteth shall serve themselves of them the battles of the Lord, and evil also: and I will recompense them
Prov. xxvii. 6. Faithful art hath not been found in thee all according to their deeds, and of an enemy are deceitful.
wounds of a friend: but the disa thy daye.
according to the works of their 1 Kings xvi, 21, 22. Then were own hands. To wit, Jerusalem, Cant. vi, 12, 13. Or ever its the people of Israel divided into and the cities of Judah, and the aware, my soul made me la two parts: half of the people fol- | kings thereof, and the princes chariots of Anmirdib PADE lowed Tibni the son of Ginath, to thereof,to make them a desolation, return, O Shulamite, retorn make him king, and half followed an astonishment, an hissing, and turn, that we may look up a 3* Omri. But the people that fol a curse; (as it is this day;) What will ye see in the $23 lowed Omri prevailed against the Pharaoh king of Egypt, and his ite? As it were the caput people that followed Tibni the servants, and his princes, and all two armies. son of Ginath : 80 Tibni died, and his people; And all the mingled Omri reigned. people, and all the kings of the Ephraim shall depar', 491
Isa. xi, 13. The eary ele e Neh. 1v, 7, 8. 17, 22, 23. But it land of Uz, and all the kings of adversaries of Judah Shall be came to pass that when Sanballat, the land of the Philistines, and off. Epbraim shall not envy Jade and Tobiah, and the Arabians, and Ashkelon, and Azzah, and Ekron, and Judah shall not respect the Ammonites, and the Ashido- and the remnant of Ashdod. bites, beard that the walls of Jer. xli, 16-18. Then took Jo
Jer. xxix, 7. And seek the rest Jerusalem were made up, and hanan the son of Kareal, and all of the city whither I have a that the breaches began to be the captains of the forces that you to be carried away cante ste pped, then they were
and pray unto the LORD very
were with him, all the remnant of wrolh. And conspired all of them the people whom he had recover
in the peace thereof shall ye la together to come and to tighted from Ishmael the son of Nepeace. against Jerusalem, and to hinder thaniah, from Mizpah, (after that Jer. xxx, 17, 19. For I 19:* it. They which builded on the he had slain Gedaliah the son of store health unto thee, sed wall, and they that bare burdens, Abikam,) eren mighty men of heal thee of thy woundi se with those that laded, every one
war, and the women, and the Lord; because they called the with one of his hands wrought in children, and the eunuchs, whom Outcast, saying, This l 2: the work, and with the other he had brought again from whom Do Stesetba hand held a weapon.
Likewise Gibeon: And they departed, and And ont of them shall price at the same time said I unto the dwelt in the habitation of Chim- thanksgiving, and the Tale people, Let every one with his ham, which is by Bethlehem, to them that make merry: asd .. servant lodge within Jerusalem, go to enter into Egypt, Because multiply them, and there! that in the night they may be a of the Chaldeans: for they were be few; I will also glority in guard to us, and labour on the afraid of them, because Ishmael and they shall not be soal. day. So neither I, nor my breth- the son of Nethaniah had slain
2 Cor. x, 4-6. (For the respect ren, nor my servants, nor the men
Gedaliah the son of Abikam, of our warfare are no! !! of the guard which followed me, whom the king of Babylon made mighty through God to the pe none of us put off our clothes, governor iu the land.
ing down of strong bolls) ( saving that every one put theni
ing down imaginations and EMT oll for washing
1 Sam. ii, 31, 32, 35. Behold, the high thing that exalteth's 184, Xv, 9. For the waters of days come, that I will cut off thine against the knokledge o * Dimon shall be full of blood: for i arm, and the arm of thy father's and bringing into captivity *** will bring more upon Dimon, house, that there shall not be an thought to the obetico lions upon him that escapeth of old man in thine house. And Christ; And having in an Moub, and upon the reinbant of thou shalt see an enemy in my ness to revenge all disa medias t1.0 land.
habitation, in all the wealth which when your obedience is tak
unto the land, behold darkness and make her springs dry. The afar off upon the sea: Which still
compassed me about: all thy Ezek. xxvi, 15, 18, 19. For thus Gen. 1, 9, 10. And God said, Let billows and thy waves passed saith the Lord God, when I shall the waters under the heaven be over me. The waters compassed make thee a desolate city, like gathered together unto one place, ine about, even to the soul: the the cities that are not inhabited; and let the dry land appear: and depth closed me round about, the when I shall bring up the deep it was so, And God called the dry weeds were wrapped about my upon thee, and great waters shall land Earth; and the gathering to-head. I went down to the bottoms cover thee. Thus saith the gether of the waters called he
of the mountains; the earth with Lord God to Tyrus, Shall not Seas; and God saw that it uxs lier bars was about me for ever: the isles shake at the sound of * good.
yet hast thou brought up my life thy fall, when the wounded cry, Neh, ix, 10, 11. And shewedst from corruption, O LORD my God. when the slaughter is made in
the midst of thee? Now shall the signs and wonders upon Pharaoh,
isles tremble in the day of thy and on all his servants, and on all
Dan, vii, 2. Daniel spake, and fall; yea, the Isles that are in the the people of his land; for thou said, I saw in my vision by night, sea shall be troubled at thy deknewest that they dealt proudly against them; so didst thou get heaven strove upon the great sea.
and, behold, the four winds of the parture. theo a name, as it is this day.
Ezek. xxviii, 8. 'They shall bring And thou didst divide the sea be JOB xxvi, 5. Dead things are theo down ti the pit, and thou fcre them, 80 that they went formed from under the waters, shalt die the deaths of them that through the midst of the sea on and the inhabitants thereof. are slain in the midst of the seas. the dry land; and their persecutors
P3. xviii, 16. He sent from above, Ezek. xxxi, 15. Thus saith the thou threwest into the deeps, as a he took me, he drew me out of Lord God, in the day when he sisne into the mighty waters. many waters.
went down to the grave I caused Job xxvi, 10. He hath compassed
Ps. lxxxviii, 6,7. Thou hast laid
a mourning: I covered the deep the waters with bounds, until the me in the lowest pit, in darkness,
for him, and I restrained the floods day and night come to an end.
in the deeps. Thy wrath lieth thereof, and the great waters were Job xxxviii, 8, 10, 11, 16. Or who tard upon me, and thou hast al. stayed; and I caused Lebanon to shat up the sea with doors, when llicted me with all thy waves.
mourn for him, and all the trees
of the field fainted for him. it brake forth, as if it had issued Selah out of the womb? And brake up
Rev. viii, 8, 9. And the second
Jer. xxxiii, 22. As the host of for it my decreed place, and sel heaven cannot be numbered, angel sound. d, and as it were a bars and doors, And said, Hither-pei er the sand of the sea mea
great mountain burning with firo to shalt thou come, but no further; sured; so will I multiply the seed
was cast into the sea, and the and here shall thy proud waves of David my servant, and the Le
third part of the sea became blood; be stayed? Hast thou en'ered into vites that minister unto me.
And the third part of the creathe springs of the sea? or hast
tures which were in the sea, and thou walked in the search of the
Ps. cxxiv, 4, 5. Then the waters bad life, died; and the third part depth? had overwhelmed us, the stream
of the ships were destroyed. had gone over our soul: Then Þ8. xxxiii, 7. He gathereth the the proud waters bad gone over
Rev. xvi, 3.
And the second waters of the sea together as an our soul.
angel poured out his vial upon the heap: be layeth up the depth in storehouses.
Isa. Ii, 14--16, 36. The captive sea; and it became as the blood of exile hasteneth that he may be
a dead man: and every living soul Ps. civ, 6-9. Thou coveredst it loosed, and that he should not died in the sea. with the deepaswithagarment: the die in the pit, nor that bis bread waters stood above the mountains. should fail. But I am the LORD
ALWAYS UNDER DIVINE CONTROL. At thy rebuke they fled; at the thy God, that divided the sea, Job ix, 8. Which alone spreadvoice of thy thunder they hasted whose waves roared: The Lord of eth out the heavens, and treadeth away. They go up by the moun-hosts is his name. And I have upon the waves of the sea. tains; they go down by the valleys put my words in thy mouth, and
Job xxvi, 12. He divideth the unto the place which thou hast have covered thee in the shadow founded for them. Thou hast set a of mine hand, that 1. may plant understanding he smíteth through
sea with his power, and by his bound that they may not pass the heavens, and lay the founda
P'8. Ixv, 5, 7. By terrible things
Jer.li, 36, 42. Therefore thus saith in righteousness wilt thon answer roaring of the sea: and if one look cause, and take vengeance for art the confidence of all the ends thee, and I will dry up her sea,
of the earth, and of them that are anul sorrow; and the light is darKened in the heavens thereof. sea is come up upon Babylon: she eth the poise of the seas, the noise
is covered wiih ihe multitude of of their waves, and the tumult of Jonah i1, 3, 5, 6. For thou hadst the waves thereof.
the people. cast me into the deep, in the Lam. ill, 54. Waters flowed over
Ps. Ixxxix, 9. 24. 25. Thou rulest widst of the seas; and the flouds Imine head: then I said, I am cut off, the raging of the sea: when the