Locust: Symbolical
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Of the Three Woe Trumpets.
... Wonderful A locust scorpion ... the very men, and from hence it is apparent that they
were not of the genus of insects, that is, not natural, but symbolical locusts ...
/.../mede/a key to the apocalypse/of the three woe trumpets.htm

The Council of Nic├Ža.
... reminded of the previous discussions, of the futility of the Scriptural tests, of
the locust and the ... 9), on grounds perhaps symbolical rather than historical. ...
/.../athanasius/select works and letters or athanasius/section 3 -1 the council.htm

The Prophet Joel.
... fourth casting of the skin; [Hebrew: Hsil], the perfect locust, proceeding from ... priori,
be the less indisposed to admit a detailed symbolical representation in ...
/.../hengstenberg/christology of the old testament/the prophet joel.htm

On the Symbols of the Essence' and Coessential. '
... terms, in which the caterpillar' (Joel 2:25) and the locust' are preferred to ... defence
of Coessential' and before this the Saviour's saying, symbolical of unity ...
/.../athanasius/select works and letters or athanasius/part iii on the symbols.htm

The Second vision "On Earth"
... Out of the pit came the locusts. Arbah in Hebrew means a locust. ... Some are half
symbolical and half literal. Others are wholly ridiculous. ...
/.../bullinger/commentary on revelation/the second vision on earth.htm

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Revelation 9:3-10
And there came out of the smoke locusts on the earth: and to them was given power, as the scorpions of the earth have power.
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Locust

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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