Locust: Figurative
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The Prophet Joel.
... He designates the locust as the heathen host; but he would not have ... This comparison
is quite suitable to figurative locusts, to furious enemies (compare Isaiah ...
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... did happen, were done or described for the sake of some figurative meaning. ... smitten,
that is, hurt with hard blows; which things the locust devoured afterwards ...
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On Baptism.
... voiced heralds assembles them all: but the same Bridegroom afterwards separates
those who have come in to the figurative marriage. ... 595] The locust being winged ...
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The Feeding of the Four Thousand - to Dalmanutha - the Sign from ...
... teaching was challenged, successively appealed to certain signs.' First, a
locust-tree moved at ... John 7.p>[3621] The figurative meaning of leaven, as that which ...
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The Holy City; Or, the New Jerusalem:
The Works of John Bunyan Volumes 1-3. <. ...
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Jeremiah 46:23
They shall cut down her forest, said the LORD, though it cannot be searched; because they are more than the grasshoppers, and are innumerable.
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Locust used As Food

Locust: Authorized As Food

Locust: Devastation By

Locust: Figurative

Locust: Instincts of

Locust: Plague of

Locust: Sun Obscured By

Locust: Symbolical

Locust: Translated "Grasshopper"

The Locust of Destructive Enemies

The Locust of False Teachers of the Apostasy

The Locust of Ungodly Rulers

The Locust: (Destruction of) of Destruction of God's Enemies

The Locust: A Small Insect

The Locust: Carried Every Way by the Wind

The Locust: Clean and Fit for Food

The Locust: Flies in Bands and With Order

The Locust: Immensely Numerous

The Locust: Like to Horses Prepared for Battle

The Locust: One of the Plagues of Egypt

The Locust: Rapid in Movement

The Locust: The Jews used As Food

The Locust: The Jews: Deprecated the Plague of

The Locust: The Jews: Often Plagued By

The Locust: The Jews: Promised Deliverance from the Plague of, on Humiliation

The Locust: The Jews: Threatened With, As a Punishment for Sin

The Locust: Voracious

The Locust: Wise

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