Of Justification by Faith. Both the Name and the Reality Defined.
... that, in the supper, Christ is eaten substantially ... tribulation, or distress, or
persecution, or famine, or nakedness ... have suffered the loss of all things, and do ...
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Book ii. Jerome Answers the Second, Third, and Fourth Propositions ...
... think nothing which lives and moves should be eaten, and look ... we worship our Creator
Who made all things for the ... brightness to the eyes, and its dung and that ...
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the Legendary History of Egypt
... the legends concerning them"The famine stela"The ... mingling of things excellent and
things execrable, which ... which fell from their mouths during their attacks ...
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The Political Constitution of Egypt
... it was to divert the attention of the celebrant from holy things: she put ... him, governed
for him while he was engaged in foreign wars, or during his progresses ...
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... a person pressed by hunger from devouring cow-dung, I may ... sum up and renew in Christ
Jesus all things which are ... the body of Christ, might not be eaten by those ...
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Life and Works of Rufinus with Jerome's Apology Against Rufinus.
... It is true that, in the beginning of his invective he promises that he will avoid
personalities, and reply only about the things in question and the charges ...
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The Desire of the Righteous Granted;
... be never so hard.' The new man is subject to transient sickness, during which desire ...
judgments that sin shall bring upon them, for of such things they ought to ...
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Torrey's Topical Textbook2 Kings 6:25
And there was a great famine in Samaria: and, behold, they besieged it, until an ass's head was sold for fourscore pieces of silver, and the fourth part of a cab of dove's dung for five pieces of silver.Torrey's Topical Textbook
They that did feed delicately are desolate in the streets: they that were brought up in scarlet embrace dunghills.
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Famine in Canaan
Famine in Egypt
Famine in Jerusalem, from Siege
Famine: A Dearth of the Means of Grace
Famine: Cannibalism In
Famine: Caused by Blasting and Mildew
Famine: Caused by Devastation by Enemies
Famine: Caused by God's Blessing Withheld
Famine: Caused by Rotting of the Seed in the Ground
Famine: Caused by Swarms of Insects
Famine: Caused by Want of Seasonable Rain
Famine: Caused: Blackness of the Skin
Famine: Caused: Burning and Fever
Famine: Caused: Death
Famine: Caused: Faintness
Famine: Caused: Grief and Mourning
Famine: Caused: Wasting of the Body
Famine: Destruction of Idols
Famine: Expressed by Cleanness of Teeth
Famine: Expressed by Taking Away the Stay of Bread
Famine: Expressed by The Arrows of Famine
Famine: God Provided for his People During
Famine: Instances of, in Scripture in the Day of the Judges
Famine: Instances of, in Scripture in the Days of Abraham
Famine: Instances of, in Scripture in the Days of Isaac
Famine: Instances of, in Scripture in the Days of Joseph
Famine: Instances of, in Scripture in the Reign of Ahab
Famine: Instances of, in Scripture in the Reign of Claudius Caesar
Famine: Instances of, in Scripture in the Reign of David
Famine: Instances of, in Scripture in the Time of Elisha
Famine: Instances of, in Scripture in the Time of Jeremiah
Famine: Instances of, in Scripture of Seven Years Foretold by Elisha
Famine: Instances of, in Scripture: After the Captivity
Famine: Instances of, in Scripture: Before Destruction of Jerusalem
Famine: Instances of, in Scripture: During the Siege of Jerusalem
Famine: Instances of, in Scripture: During the Siege of Samaria
Famine: Often Accompanied by War
Famine: Often Followed by Pestilence
Famine: Often Long Continued
Famine: Often on Account of Sin
Famine: Often Severe
Famine: One of God's Four Sore Judgments
Famine: Pharaoh Forewarned of, in Dreams
Famine: Provisions Sold by Weight During
Famine: Righteous Delivered From
Famine: Sent As a Judgment
Famine: Sent by God
Famine: Suffering of Brute Creation From
Famine: The Jews in Their Restored State not to be Afflicted By
Famine: Things Eaten During: Donkey's Flesh
Famine: Things Eaten During: Dung
Famine: Things Eaten During: Human Flesh
Famine: Things Eaten During: Wild Herbs
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