Caesar Makes Antipater Procurator of Judea; as Does Antipater ...
... And, at the same time that he said this, he settled the affairs of the ... he procured
the good-will of the inhabitants of Jerusalem, by his own management of the ...
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Strangers must Never be Expelled the City in a Time of Famine. ...
... How great is the assistance which they supply even at this time. ... 51. How far more
virtuous and expedient was that first-mentioned management! ...
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Alexandra Reigns Nine Years, During which Time the Pharisees were ...
... She was a sagacious woman in the management of great affairs, and intent always
upon ... 4. In the mean time, Alexandra fell sick, and Aristobulus, her younger son ...
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"Being Accustomed to Eat Fish at the Time of Easter...
... the time of Easter, he enquired a little before the hour for refreshment, whether
it was in readiness. Then Cato, the deacon, to whom the outward management of ...
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How Herod Slew Hyrcanus and Then Hasted Away to Caesar, and ...
... beaten at the battle of Actium by Caesar [Octarian]; for at that time both Herod's ...
he came to be king, but that he even then committed the management of the ...
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The Sifting Time, 1743-1750.
... He forgot that before he went away he had entrusted the management of home affairs ...
It led to the period known as the "Sifting Time." It is the saddest period ...
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Councils of Basel and Florence (Ad 1431-9)
... or to send some one in his stead; then, they lengthened out this time somewhat;
and ... it to Florence (AD 1438-9); and it seemed as if by his management the Greeks ...
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Upon Human Nature.
... refer to such circumstances now ceased or altered, cannot at this time be urged ... us,
in its first intent and design, relates to the decent management of those ...
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Essay iv. The Generous Spirit, Who, when Brought among the Tasks ...
... not bring his ship into the line of battle till some time after the ... sails of the
ship not absolutely necessary for its immediate management, were thoroughly ...
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... in the event of its appearing to them necessary during their life-time, or in ... for
the better government of the said College, and the better management of its ...
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Topical Bible VersesLuke 14:28
For which of you, intending to build a tower, sits not down first, and counts the cost, whether he have sufficient to finish it?Topicalbible.org
But seek you first the kingdom of God, and his righteousness; and all these things shall be added to you.
A time to love, and a time to hate; a time of war, and a time of peace.
Time for Friends
Time for War
Time Given To Religion
Time in Prophetic Language, Means a Prophetic Year, or 360 Natural
Time to Die
Time to Laugh
Time to Plant
Time With God
Time: All Events of, Predetermined by God
Time: All God's Purposes Fulfilled in Due Time
Time: An Appointed Season
Time: Beginning of
Time: Computed by Days
Time: Computed by Hours, After the Captivity
Time: Computed by Months
Time: Computed by Weeks
Time: Computed by Years
Time: Daniel's Reckoning of Time, and Times, and Half Times
Time: Division of, Into Watches
Time: End of
Time: Epochs of Before the Flood
Time: Eras from Which, Computed: Accession of Kings
Time: Eras from Which, Computed: Building of the Temple
Time: Eras from Which, Computed: Nativity of the Patriarchs During the Patriarchal Age
Time: Eras from Which, Computed: The Captivity
Time: Eras from Which, Computed: The Exodus from Egypt
Time: Eras from Which, Computed: The Jubilee
Time: Fullness of
Time: Indicated by a Sun-Dial
Time: One Day is Like One-Thousand Years
Time: Part of a Period of, Usually Counted As the Whole
Time: Particular Periods of, Mentioned: The Accepted Time
Time: Particular Periods of, Mentioned: The Ancient Time
Time: Particular Periods of, Mentioned: The Evil Time
Time: Particular Periods of, Mentioned: The Time of Healing
Time: Particular Periods of, Mentioned: The Time of Need
Time: Particular Periods of, Mentioned: The Time of Reformation
Time: Particular Periods of, Mentioned: The Time of Refreshing
Time: Particular Periods of, Mentioned: The Time of Restitution of all Things
Time: Particular Periods of, Mentioned: The Time of Temptation
Time: Particular Periods of, Mentioned: The Time of Trouble
Time: Particular Periods of, Mentioned: The Time of Visitation
Time: Shortness of Man's Portion of
Time: should be Redeemed
Time: should be Spent in Fear of God
Time: The Duration of the World
Time: The Exodus
Time: The Heavenly Bodies, Appointed As a Means for Computing
Time: The Measure of the Continuance of Anything
Time: The Sun-Dial Early Invented for Pointing Out
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