Gold: Symbolical
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At the Feast of Tabernacles - First Discourse in the Temple
... ever-present shadow of that glorious Sanctuary of marble, cedarwood, and gold, up
there ... festival the name of House of Outpouring,' [3954] was symbolical of the ...
/.../edersheim/the life and times of jesus the messiah/chapter vi at the feast.htm

High Priest
... Josephus says, the high priest had also the very idolatrous symbolical meanings
of every ... that God had made the universe of four elements, the gold relating to ...
/.../conversion of a high priest into a christian worker/chapter iv high priest.htm

Among the People, and with the Pharisees
... If to all this we add gold and diamond pins, and say that our very brief ... In Scripture
these fringes are prescribed to be of blue, the symbolical colour of the ...
/.../edersheim/sketches of jewish social life/chapter 13 among the people.htm

The Copies of Things in the Heavens
... This was a small chest of acacia wood, overlaid with gold, and containing the ... No
doubt, the colours were symbolical; but it is fancy, rather than interpretation ...
/.../maclaren/expositions of holy scripture k/the copies of things in.htm

The Golden Lampstand
... 'Thou shalt make a candlestick of pure gold....' Exodus 25 ... Inner Court of the Tabernacle
or Temple was intended, with its furniture, to be symbolical of the ...
/.../maclaren/expositions of holy scripture k/the golden lampstand.htm

Brave Encouragements
... But whether it be a temple brave with gold and cedar, or a log, it ... In general terms
the Prophet announces a speedy convulsion, partly symbolical and partly real ...
/.../maclaren/expositions of holy scripture a/brave encouragements.htm

The Heath in the Desert and the Tree by the River
... evil into good, the true philosopher's stone which transmutes the baser metals into
gold; and, so ... Leaves, in Scripture, have a recognised symbolical meaning. ...
/.../maclaren/expositions of holy scripture h/the heath in the desert.htm

The Lambeth Articles, AD 1595.
... in England, while in Ireland they obtained for some time a semi-symbolical authority. ...
of the credit of these Articles is this: that as medals of gold and silver ...
/.../ 84 the lambeth articles.htm

Temples of God
... But the Temple, and all the outward worship, were but symbolical of the facts of ...
island and meet the gentle inhabitants with armlets of rough gold upon their ...
/.../maclaren/romans corinthians to ii corinthians chap v/temples of god.htm

Scriptural Types.
... There is a remarkable symbolical transaction in Zechariah (chap.6:9-14) which ... in
the presence of competent witnesses, to "take silver and gold, and make crowns ...
/.../barrows/companion to the bible/chapter xxxvii scriptural types.htm

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Daniel 2:32-45
This image's head was of fine gold, his breast and his arms of silver, his belly and his thighs of brass,
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Revelation 21:18,21
And the building of the wall of it was of jasper: and the city was pure gold, like to clear glass.
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Gold for the Temple

Gold used As Money

Gold used in the Arts in Ornamenting the Priests' Garments

Gold used in the Arts: Apparel

Gold used in the Arts: Beaten Work

Gold used in the Arts: Bedsteads Made of

Gold used in the Arts: Crowns Made of

Gold used in the Arts: Into Ornaments

Gold used in the Arts: Made Into Wire Threads and Worked Into Embroidered Tapestry

Gold used in the Arts: Modeled Into Forms of Fruits

Gold used in the Arts: Overlaying With

Gold used in the Arts: Shields of

Gold used in the Arts: The Lampstands Made of, for the Tabernacle

Gold was Used for Chains

Gold was Used for Couches

Gold was Used for Crowns

Gold was Used for Earrings

Gold was Used for Footstools

Gold was Used for Idols

Gold was Used for Mercy Seat and Cherubims

Gold was Used for Ornaments

Gold was Used for Overlaying Cherubims in Temple

Gold was Used for Overlaying Floor of Temple

Gold was Used for Overlaying the Ark

Gold was Used for Overlaying the Tabernacle

Gold was Used for Overlaying the Temple

Gold was Used for Overlaying Throne of Solomon

Gold was Used for Rings

Gold was Used for Sacred Candlesticks

Gold was Used for Sacred Utensils

Gold was Used for Sceptres

Gold was Used for Shields

Gold was Used for Vessels

Gold: Abounded in Havilah

Gold: Abounded in Ophir

Gold: Abounded in Parvaim

Gold: Abounded in Sheba

Gold: Abundance of, in Solomon's Reign

Gold: Altar Lamps, and Other Articles Made of

Gold: An Article of Commerce

Gold: Babylonish Empire

Gold: Belongs to God

Gold: Estimated by Weight

Gold: Exacted As Tribute

Gold: Exported from Havilah

Gold: Figurative

Gold: Found in the Earth

Gold: from Ophir

Gold: Fusible

Gold: Given As Presents

Gold: Imported by Solomon

Gold: Jews Condemned for Multiplying

Gold: Kings of Israel not to Multiply

Gold: Liable to Canker and Rust

Gold: Liable to Grow Dim

Gold: Malleable

Gold: Most Valuable when Pure and Fine

Gold: Offerings of, for Tabernacle

Gold: Offerings of, for Temple

Gold: Parvaim

Gold: Precious

Gold: Priestly and Royal Garments Adorned With

Gold: Refined

Gold: Refined and Tried by Fire

Gold: Saints After Affliction

Gold: Sheba

Gold: Solomon Rich In

Gold: Symbolical

Gold: Taken in War, Dedicated to God

Gold: Tarshish

Gold: The Doctrines of Grace

Gold: The Patriarchs Were Rich In

Gold: Tried Faith

Gold: True Converts

Gold: Uphaz

Gold: Valuable

Gold: Vanity of Heaping Up

Gold: Vessels and Utensils Made of, for the Tabernacle

Gold: Wedge of

Gold: Working In, a Trade

Gold: Yellow

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