Strong's Hebrew249. ezrach -- a native...
native (1). bay tree
, homeborn in the land, of the one's own country nation.
From zarach (in the sense of springing up); a spontaneous ... /hebrew/249.htm - 6k
The Demons Sin among Mankind.
... Footnotes:  Il., i. 599; Od., viii. 326.  On fleeing from Apollo, she
became a bay-tree.  It is uncertain from whom this line is quoted. ...
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... vats overflow, his barns are crammed, his heart is full of joy and gladness, there
are periods with him when he flourishes like a green bay tree, when field is ...
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The Vengeance of Heaven
... The Psalmist and other saints found comfort in the general fact that, though the
wicked seem to flourish like a green bay-tree, it was frequently seen that ...
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Preached on Occasion of the Death of the Rev. Mr. John Fletcher ...
... a good man. "I myself," says the Psalmist, "have seen the ungodly in great
power, and flourishing like a green bay tree. I went ...
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Psalm 37:3. 23-27. Third Part. The Way and End of the Righteous ...
... PAUSE. 5 The haughty sinner have I seen, Nor fearing man nor God, Like a tall
bay-tree fair and green, Spreading his arms abroad. 6 And lo! ...
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Psalm 37 Part 3 the Way and End of the Righteous and the Wicked.
... When justice casts them down. The haughty sinner have I seen,. Nor fearing man nor
God,. Like a tall bay-tree, fair and green,. Spreading his arms abroad. And lo ...
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... the wicked thou shalt see. ^35I saw the wicked great in pow'r,. spread like
a green bay-tree: ^36He pass'd, yea, was not; him I sought,. ...
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The Loved Ones Chastened
... The ungodly man flourishes like a green bay tree; behold, he stretcheth out his
roots by the river: he knoweth not the year of drought; his leaf withereth not ...
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"And we all do Fade as a Leaf, and Our Iniquities, Like the Wind ...
... The wicked's prospering is like a green bay tree spreading himself in power, spreading
out his arms, as it were, over more lands to conquer them, over more ...
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... As in nature there is an antipathy between the vine and the bay-tree, the elephant
and the dragon; and as vultures have an antipathy against sweet smells; so ...
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ATS Bible DictionaryBay-Tree
The bay tree is the Laurel of North America and the south of Europe; an evergreen tree, a wreath from which has been from time immemorial the symbolical crown of poets and warriors. The word rendered "bay- tree" in Psalm 37:35, seems to mean simply a native, green and vigorous.
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