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Germantown, Pennsylvania.
... The size of the barns, the height the fences, the well-kept wheat ... on the border,
and distinguished for their bold and independent spirit." (Jacobs, 235.) Also ...
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Muhlenberg's Unionism.
... The pastors of the first period of the Ministerium," says Dr. Jacobs, "were on ... that
eminent success which Benjamin Franklin has noted in a well-known passage ...
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Additions to the Literature
... Buckley, 2 vols., 1852, gives the Reformatory decisions of the council as well as
the Decrees and Canons."Donovan ... HE Jacobs: The Book of Concord or the Symbol ...
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Further Activity and Death of Muhlenberg.
... ideas, to which they lend too ready assent, that the pastors as well as their ... yet
to recede or even to be stationary must be fatal." Jacobs continues: "Such ...
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The Middle Colonies: the Jerseys, Delaware, and Pennsylvania --The ...
... [75] The beautiful story of the processional progress of the Salzburg exiles across
the continent of Europe is well told by Dr. Jacobs, "History of the ...
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Slavery of Redemptioners.
... She is tall and strong enough to do any kind of work, and is able to perform
work in the city as well as in the country. ... (Jacobs, 235.). ...
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A Bad Bargain
... City life tends to produce Jacobs, and its Esaus escape from it as soon as they
can. But Jacob had the vices as well as the virtues of his qualities. ...
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Lutherans in South Carolina.
... (Jacobs, 297.) Pastor Martin served a third term in Charleston from 1786 to ... with
governing and judicial powers, to whose decisions Lutheran as well as Reformed ...
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Lutherans in Pennsylvania.
... of such principles, are scoffers and Ishmaels of all well-ordered church ... land, except
Caspar Stoever, now sixty miles distant from Philadelphia." (Jacobs, 191.) ...
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Training of Ministers and Teachers Neglected.
... Jacobs: "There seems to have been an entire dearth of laymen capable of intelligently ...
In New York there was a schoolhouse as well as a church, and a ...
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Smith's Bible Dictionary
Jacobs Well

a deep spring in the vicinity of Shechem (called Sychar in Christ's time and Nablus at the present day). It was probably dug by Jacob whose name it bears. On the curb of the well Jesus sat and discoursed with the Samaritan woman. (John 4:5-26) It is situated about half a mile southeast of Nablus, at the foot of Mount Gerizim. It is about nine feet in diameter and 75 feet deep. At some seasons it is dry; at others it contains a few feet of water.


Iconoclasm: Destroyed by Jacob


Jacob: 40 Days Mourning For

Jacob: Ancestor of Jesus

Jacob: Body of, Embalmed

Jacob: Burial of

Jacob: Changed to "Israel"

Jacob: Charges his Sons to Bury Him in the Field of Machpelah

Jacob: Death of

Jacob: Deborah, Rebekah's Nurse, Dies, and is Buried at Beth-El

Jacob: Descendants of

Jacob: Dissatisfied With Laban's Treatment and Returns to the Land of Canaan

Jacob: Dreads to Meet Esau; Sends Him Presents; Wrestles With an Angel

Jacob: Erects a Monument at Rachel's Grave

Jacob: Esau Seeks to Kill, Escapes to Padan-Aram

Jacob: Exacts a Promise from Joseph to Bury Him With his Forefathers

Jacob: Fradulently Obtains his Father's Blessing

Jacob: Given in Answer to Prayer

Jacob: Gives the Land of the Amorites to Joseph

Jacob: God Confirms the Covenant of Abraham To

Jacob: Hears That Joseph is Still Alive

Jacob: His Benediction Upon Joseph and his Two Sons

Jacob: His Daughter, Dinah, is Raped

Jacob: His Final Prophetic Benedictions Upon his Sons: Asher

Jacob: His Final Prophetic Benedictions Upon his Sons: Benjamin

Jacob: His Final Prophetic Benedictions Upon his Sons: Dan

Jacob: His Final Prophetic Benedictions Upon his Sons: Gad

Jacob: His Final Prophetic Benedictions Upon his Sons: Issachar

Jacob: His Final Prophetic Benedictions Upon his Sons: Joseph

Jacob: His Final Prophetic Benedictions Upon his Sons: Judah

Jacob: His Final Prophetic Benedictions Upon his Sons: Naphtali

Jacob: His Final Prophetic Benedictions Upon his Sons: Simeon and Levi

Jacob: His Final Prophetic Benedictions Upon his Sons: Upon Reuben

Jacob: His Final Prophetic Benedictions Upon his Sons: Zebulun

Jacob: His Grief Over the Detention of Simeon and the Demand for Benjamin to be Taken Into Egypt

Jacob: His Grief Over the Loss of Joseph

Jacob: His Love for Benjamin

Jacob: His Partiality for his Son, Joseph, and the Consequent Jealousy of his Other Sons

Jacob: His Vision of the Ladder

Jacob: His Wealth

Jacob: Joseph's Prophetic Dream Concerning

Jacob: Journeys to Ephrath

Jacob: Journeys to Shalem, where he Purchase a Parcel of Ground from Hamor and Erects an Altar

Jacob: Journeys to Succoth

Jacob: List of the Names of his Twelve Sons

Jacob: Lives in Egypt for Seventeen Years

Jacob: Lives in the Land of Canaan

Jacob: Meets Angels of God on the Journey, and Calls the Place "Mahanaim"

Jacob: Meets Joseph

Jacob: Moves to Egypt

Jacob: Obtains Esau's Birthright for Just One Bowl of Stew

Jacob: Pharaoh Receives Him, and is Blessed by Jacob

Jacob: Prophecies Concerning Himself and his Descendants

Jacob: Reconciliation of, With Esau

Jacob: Returns to Arbah, the City of his Father

Jacob: Returns to Beth-El, where he Builds an Altar, and Erects and Dedicates a Pillar

Jacob: Sends to Egypt to Buy Corn (Grain)

Jacob: Serves Fourteen Years for Leah and Rachel

Jacob: Sharp Practice of, With the Flocks and Herds of Laban

Jacob: Sojourns in Haran With his Uncle, Laban

Jacob: Son of Isaac, and the Twin Brother of Esau

Jacob: The Incest of his Son, Reuben, With his Concubine, Bilhah

Jacob: The Land of Goshen Assigned To

Jacob: The List of his Children and Grandchildren Who Went Down Into Egypt

Jacob: The Well of

Jacobs Well

Miscegenation: Jacob

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