Greek2048. eremos -- solitary, desolate ...
deserted, desolate, waste; hence: the desert, to the east and south of Palestine
of a ...
on the hillsides, grade on grade, you observe a patch of corn
, a clump ... //strongsnumbers.com/greek2/2048.htm - 8k
Palestine Eighteen Centuries Ago
... anything in it.'" Nor were such statements unwarranted; for Palestine combined every ...
upland valleys, park-like forests, and almost boundless corn and pasture ...
/.../sketches of jewish social life/chapter 1 palestine eighteen centuries.htm
The Pharisees Attack the Disciples for Plucking Corn on the ...
... the first sheaf of corn was presented in the Temple.  A customary way of appeasing
hunger in those lands, even to this day; cf. Robinson, Palestine, ii.. ...
/.../section 172 the pharisees attack.htm
A Revival Sermon
... so much corn, that they could export through the Phoenicians both corn, and wine,
and oil, even to the pillars of Hercules, so that Palestine became, like Egypt ...
/.../spurgeon/spurgeons sermons volume 6 1860/a revival sermon.htm
Travelling in Palestine --Roads, Inns, Hospitality, Custom-House ...
...  In the ancient Latin Itineraries of Palestine, journeys are ... alone (exclusive
of Egypt) furnished Rome, by way of taxation, with sufficient corn to last ...
/.../sketches of jewish social life/chapter 4 travelling in palestineroads.htm
The Two Sabbath-Controversies - the Plucking of the Ears of Corn ...
... on the same day as the plucking of the ears of corn, but St ... but as designedly chosen
by the Evangelist to indicate something well understood in Palestine at the ...
/.../chapter xxxv the two sabbath-controversies.htm
Concerning Rehoboam, and How God Inflicted Punishment Upon Him for ...
... put garrisons in them all, and captains, and a great deal of corn, and wine ... made
war upon many other nations also, and brought Syria of Palestine into subjection ...
/.../josephus/the antiquities of the jews/chapter 10 concerning rehoboam and.htm
... southern hills, nestling amid olive-groves and terebinths, and looking down on one
of the most fertile valleys in Palestine, with its orchards and corn-fields. ...
/.../macduff/the cities of refuge or the name of jesus/ii six cities.htm
... thinks of yet another of the characteristic growths of Palestine, the olive ... same
class of images, and expressing fruitfulness, abundant as the corn and precious ...
/.../maclaren/expositions of holy scripture a/israel returning.htm
... the clods, the granaries empty, the barns broken down, for the corn was withered ...
Most probably, too, these locusts were not bred in Palestine at all; but came ...
/.../kingsley/the good news of god/sermon xx the locust-swarms.htm
... of the public, agriculturists were forbidden to sell in Palestine wine diluted ... Purchases
of corn could not be concluded till the general market-price had been ...
/.../edersheim/sketches of jewish social life/chapter 12 commerce.htm
Nave's Topical IndexDeuteronomy 33:28
Israel then shall dwell in safety alone: the fountain of Jacob shall be on a land of corn and wine; also his heavens shall drop down dew.Nave's Topical Index
Judah, and the land of Israel, they were your merchants: they traded in your market wheat of Minnith, and Pannag, and honey, and oil, and balm.
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Corn in Valleys
Corn: A Product of Egypt
Corn: Eaten by the Israelites
Corn: Heads of, Plucked by Christ's Disciples
Corn: Mosaic Laws Concerning
Corn: Shocks of, Burnt
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