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 ...
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The Council of Nicæa.
... 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. ...
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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 ...
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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 ...
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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. ...
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Nave's Topical IndexRevelation 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.Nave's Topical Index
Locust used As Food
Locust: Authorized As Food
Locust: Devastation By
Locust: Instincts of
Locust: Plague of
Locust: Sun Obscured By
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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