Lion: Symbolical
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The Four Gospels.
... The symbolical poesy of the church compares them with the four rivers of Paradise ...
representatives of the creation, assigning the man to Matthew, the lion to Mark ...
/.../schaff/history of the christian church volume i/section 78 the four gospels.htm

Five Catechetical Lectures the Same Author,
... our adversary the devil, as was just now read, as a roaring lion, walketh about ... into
the Holy of Holies [2392] , we shall there know the symbolical meaning of ...
/.../cyril/lectures of s cyril of jerusalem/five catechetical lectures the same.htm

... Jerome then applies the four symbolical figures of Ezekiel to the Gospels: the Man
is Matthew, the Lion, Mark, the Calf, Luke, "because he began with Zacharias ...
// principal works of st jerome/matthew.htm

We Arrive Now at a Branch of Our Subject Upon which the Lord's ...
... Dan.7:4 says "The first was like a lion." 7:5 says "The second was like ... dreadful
and terrible." Now, in Rev.13:1, 2, where we have a symbolical description of ...
// antichrist/we arrive now at a.htm

Symbolic Ornaments of the Church
... made by the interlacing of three portions of circles, is also symbolical of the ... Rock;
but most commonly the Evangelistic symbols are the Man, the Lion, the {84 ...
/.../regester/the worship of the church/symbolic ornaments of the church.htm

The First vision "In Heaven": Chapters 4-5
... A v.1-7. The Throne and the Book: the Lion and the Lamb ... on their heads [131] crowns
of gold] The common interpretation is that the Elders are symbolical of the ...
/.../bullinger/commentary on revelation/the first vision in heaven .htm

Jesus Only
... could exchange spiritual fellowship with Jesus for outward acts and symbolical
representations. ... God, there might have remained to them only the lion who roared ...
/.../ sermons volume 16 1870/jesus only.htm

The Middle Ages.
... These were built so as to be almost as symbolical as the Temple had been. ... Our own
Richard the Lion Heart did his best, and so did the excellent French king, St ...
/...// chosen people/lesson xxxi the middle ages.htm

The Figurative Language of Scripture.
... dwell with the lamb, the leopard lie down with the kid, the lion eat straw ... But the
symbolical action that follows"the joining of two sticks into one"seems ...
/.../barrows/companion to the bible/chapter xxxv the figurative language.htm

New Testament History and Prophecy.
... events, then, that we must find the explanation of much of this symbolical language. ...
and sitting thereon the Lamb that was slain, who is also the Lion of the ...
/.../gladden/who wrote the bible/chapter x new testament history.htm

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Genesis 49:9
Judah is a lion's whelp: from the prey, my son, you are gone up: he stooped down, he couched as a lion, and as an old lion; who shall rouse him up?
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Isaiah 29:1
Woe to Ariel, to Ariel, the city where David dwelled! add you year to year; let them kill sacrifices.
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Lion of a Ruler's Anger

Lion of Divine Judgments

Lion of Satan

Lion used for the Torture of Criminals

Lion: An Unnamed Person Killed By

Lion: Disobedient Prophet Killed By

Lion: Fierceness of

Lion: Instincts of, in Taking Prey

Lion: Kept in Captivity

Lion: Killed by Benaiah

Lion: Killed by David

Lion: Killed by Saints

Lion: Killed by Samson

Lion: King of Beasts

Lion: Lair of, in the Jungles

Lion: Parable of

Lion: Proverb of

Lion: Samson's Riddle Concerning

Lion: Sent As Judgment Upon the Samaritans

Lion: Strength of

Lion: Symbolical

Lion: Symbolical: Margin)

Lion: The Bases in the Temple Ornamented by Mouldings of

Lion: The Roaring of

Lion: Twelve Statues of, on the Stairs Leading to Solomon's Throne

The Lion of Boldness of Saints

The Lion of Brave Men

The Lion of Christ

The Lion of Cruel and Powerful Enemies

The Lion of God in Executing Judgments

The Lion of God in Protecting his Church

The Lion of Imaginary Fears of the Slothful

The Lion of Israel

The Lion of Persecutors

The Lion of the Devil

The Lion of the Tribe of Gad

The Lion of the Tribe of Judah

The Lion: (Roaring of) a King's Wrath

The Lion: (Tamed) the Natural Man Subdued by Grace

The Lion: A Swarm of Bees Found in the Carcass of, by Samson

The Lion: Active

The Lion: Attacks and Destroys Men

The Lion: Attacks the Sheepfolds

The Lion: Canaan Infested By

The Lion: Conceals Itself by Day

The Lion: Courageous

The Lion: Criminals often Thrown To

The Lion: Disobedient Prophet Slain By

The Lion: Fearless Even of Man

The Lion: Fierce

The Lion: God Provides For

The Lion: God's Power Exhibited in Restraining

The Lion: Greatness of Its Teeth Alluded To

The Lion: Hunting of, Alluded To

The Lion: Inhabits: Deserts

The Lion: Inhabits: Forests

The Lion: Inhabits: Mountains

The Lion: Inhabits: Thickets

The Lion: Lurks for Its Prey

The Lion: Majestic in Movement

The Lion: Often Carries Its Prey to Its Den

The Lion: Often Perishes for Lack of Food

The Lion: Rends Its Prey

The Lion: Roars when Seeking Prey

The Lion: Slain by Benaiah

The Lion: Slain by David

The Lion: Slain by Samson

The Lion: Superior in Strength

The Lion: Universal Terror Caused by Roaring of

The Lion: Voracious

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