The Rivers of God
... 'But there the glorious Lord will be unto us a place of broad rivers and streams;
wherein shall go no galley with oars, neither shall gallant ship pass thereby ...
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The Fact of the Redeemer's Return is Illustrated in the Gospel ...
... at its oars, but it cannot still the sea"the storm will not be hushed until the
Lord Jesus appears! All that the disciples could do was to keep the ship from ...
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Stilling the Storms.
... the ropes and swelling the sails so that they had to bring them down and fasten
them, and then take the oars. Every part of the little ship was covered with ...
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The King's Highway
... Then they that were in the ship came and worshipped Him, saying, Of a truth Thou ...
Wet and weary, they tugged at the oars through the livelong night, the seas ...
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... The ship must be understood as a small fishing boat, propelled by either oars, or
a sail, and capable of carrying about a dozen men, such as are still seen on ...
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The Fifth Miracle in John's Gospel
... the five thousand our Lord 'constrained' His disciples to get into the ship, and
to ... eight hours at least they had been tugging at the useless oars, or sitting ...
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The Five Thousand Fed.
... (John 6:17). 17. Entered a ship. A fishing boat large enough to carry a dozen persons,
but not too large to be propelled by oars. To Capernaum. ...
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The Advance of Xerxes into Greece.
... immediately hoisted their anchors and fled; the Persian galleys manned their oars,
and pressed on ... him to one of their deities on the prow of the captured ship. ...
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Peter on the Waves
... than John, who sits quietly and gazes, or the others, who are tugging at the oars? ...
looked at Peter as he let himself down over the side of the ship, and his ...
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The Mission of the Son of Man
... There is a ship in the horizon; they strain their eyes to look at her; they ... of food
has been consumed; strength fails them, and they lay down their oars in the ...
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Nave's Topical IndexJonah 1:13
Nevertheless the men rowed hard to bring it to the land; but they could not: for the sea worked, and was tempestuous against them.Nave's Topical Index
And he saw them toiling in rowing; for the wind was contrary to them: and about the fourth watch of the night he comes to them, walking on the sea, and would have passed by them.
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Ship used in Commerce
Ship used in Commerce for Ferriage
Ship used in Commerce for Passenger Traffic
Ship used in Commerce with Adramyttium
Ship used in Commerce with Ophir
Ship used in Commerce with Tarshish
Ship: An Anchor
Ship: At Melita (Malta)
Ship: Built by Jehoshaphat
Ship: Built by Noah
Ship: Built by Solomon
Ship: Built of Bulrushes
Ship: Built of Fir Wood
Ship: Built of Gopher Wood
Ship: Built: Sealed With Pitch (Tar?)
Ship: Equipped With: A Helm
Ship: Equipped With: A Rudder
Ship: Equipped With: Tackling
Ship: Repaired by Caulking
Ship: Sails Embroidered
Ship: Warships Used by Chittim
Ship: Wrecked at Ezion-Geber
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