The Figurative Language of Scripture.
... to a word or sentence turned from its literal signification to a figurative sense ...
So the false prophet Zedekiah "made him horns of iron: and he said, Thus saith ...
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'Thy Free Spirit'
... It must either be entirely figurative, taking sin and death as two great tyrants ...
Paul had found that, by an inexorable iron sequence, sin worked in himself the ...
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Of the Reason Why Forty Generations (Not Including Christ Himself) ...
... of Zion!"  For the good, too, are ruled with a rod of iron, as it is ... Thus was
God making preparations then in a figurative manner for things which were to ...
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The Eternity of God
... The Roman emperors have three crowns set upon their heads, the first of iron, the
second ... There is a figurative description of God in Daniel 7:7. The Ancient of ...
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... which pervade the works of God, and constitute the basis of all figurative language,
whether ... and equal in size, the one of wood and the other of iron; and let ...
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Interpretation of Prophecy.
... Assyrian monarch's progress through the land of Judea, ending with a figurative
account of ... he shall cut down the thickets of the forest with iron, and Lebanon ...
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Some Rules for Discerning what is Said About Christ the ...
... Christ is oftentimes called a Stone in parable, and in figurative speech Jacob ... For
your first circumcision was and is performed by iron instruments, for you ...
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An Unalterable Law
... EVERYWHERE under the old figurative dispensation, blood was sure to greet your eyes. ...
his conscience seared, as it were, with a hot iron, and henceforth he will ...
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How Throughout all the East the Services of Tierce, Sext, and None ...
... of hell, and, bursting its brazen gates and breaking the iron bars brought ... offered
every day continually in the temple, although with figurative offerings, we ...
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The Form of Concord, Concluded.
... properties to the fire, nor the fire to the iron; neither are ... would lead to
transubstantiation rather than the semi-figurative (synecdochical) consubstantiation ...
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Nave's Topical Index2 Samuel 23:7
But the man that shall touch them must be fenced with iron and the staff of a spear; and they shall be utterly burned with fire in the same place.Nave's Topical Index
Shall iron break the northern iron and the steel?
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1 Timothy 4:2
Speaking lies in hypocrisy; having their conscience seared with a hot iron;
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Iron and Bronze
Iron of a Hard Barren Soil
Iron of Greater Gravity than Water
Iron of Severe Affliction
Iron of Severe Exercise of Power
Iron of Small Comparative Value
Iron of Strength
Iron of Stubbornness
Iron used from the Earliest Age
Iron: (Seared With) Insensibility of Conscience
Iron: A City of Naphtali
Iron: Admits of a High Polish
Iron: An Article of Commerce
Iron: Dug out of the Earth
Iron: First Recorded Use of
Iron: First Recorded Use of Ax
Iron: First Recorded Use of Bedstead
Iron: First Recorded Use of Breastplate
Iron: First Recorded Use of Chariot
Iron: First Recorded Use of Fetters
Iron: First Recorded Use of File
Iron: First Recorded Use of Furnace
Iron: First Recorded Use of Gate
Iron: First Recorded Use of Harrow
Iron: First Recorded Use of Horn
Iron: First Recorded Use of Idols
Iron: First Recorded Use of Melted
Iron: First Recorded Use of Ore of
Iron: First Recorded Use of Pans
Iron: First Recorded Use of Pen
Iron: First Recorded Use of Pillars
Iron: First Recorded Use of Rods for Scourging
Iron: First Recorded Use of Stones of
Iron: First Recorded Use of Threshing Instruments
Iron: First Recorded Use of Tools
Iron: First Recorded Use of Used in the Temple
Iron: First Recorded Use of Vessels
Iron: First Recorded Use of Weapons
Iron: First Recorded Use of Yokes
Iron: from the North Hardest and Best
Iron: Great Quantity of, Provided for the Temple
Iron: Hardened Into Steel
Iron: Made Into: Armour
Iron: Made Into: Bars
Iron: Made Into: Bedsteads
Iron: Made Into: Chariots
Iron: Made Into: Fetters
Iron: Made Into: Gates
Iron: Made Into: Graving Tools
Iron: Made Into: Idols
Iron: Made Into: Implements for Husbandry
Iron: Made Into: Nails and Hinges
Iron: Made Into: Pillars
Iron: Made Into: Rods
Iron: Made Into: Tools for Artificers
Iron: Made Into: Weapons of War
Iron: Made Into: Yokes
Iron: Miraculously Made to Swim
Iron: Mode of Purifying, Taken in War
Iron: Sharpens Things Made of
Iron: Strong and Durable
Iron: Taken in War, often Dedicated to God
Iron: The Land of Canaan Abounded With
Iron: Working In, a Trade
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