Of the Ranks and Differences of the Creatures, Estimated by their ...
... Ranks and Differences of the Creatures, Estimated by Their ... bread in his house than
mice, gold than fleas? ... consequence in rational natures is the weight, so to ...
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How the Promise of an Hundredfold in this Life is Made to those ...
... cannot be estimated. For if for a fixed weight of brass or iron or some still commoner
metal, one had given in exchange the same weight only in gold, he would ...
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How Xerxes the Son of Darius was Well Disposed to the Jews; as ...
... are an immense multitude, and not to be estimated by numbers ... vessels of brass, that
was more precious than gold,  twelve talents by weight; for these ...
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Whether Christ was Buried in a Becoming Manner?
... of myrrh and aloes about a hundred pounds weight," as recorded ... by Matthew (27:59),
"but not with gold or gems ... endured for us can be thereby estimated: since He ...
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On the Glory of Martyrdom.
... them in the present tribulation could not be estimated. ... oppress us with their solid
weight, or that ... in thy humiliation have patience, because gold and silver ...
/.../on the glory of martyrdom.htm
... a miser could be with his gold; rising at ... Ten thousand cares are no more weight to
my ... ever congregated for religious instruction, being estimated sometimes at ...
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... repetition, and call them hackneyed and over-estimated. ... salvation earnestly, and
suffering the weight of sin ... thereof is of wrought gold; whosoever possesses it ...
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The Later Hebrew Histories.
... silver, estimated at about thirty dollars of our money; in 1 Chronicles 21:25, he
is said to have given him "six hundred shekels of gold by weight," amounting ...
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The Iranian Conquest
... of their trade to cut up the large gold ingots into ... any stamp as a guarantee of the
exact weight or the purity of the metal; they were estimated like the ...
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... It is estimated by Strabo that a quarter, or even a third ... volume of the law written
in letters of gold, which they ... which do not seen to us to have any weight. ...
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Torrey's Topical Textbook1 Chronicles 28:14
He gave of gold by weight for things of gold, for all instruments of all manner of service; silver also for all instruments of silver by weight, for all instruments of every kind of service:Torrey's Topical Textbook
Gold for the Temple
Gold used As Money
Gold used in the Arts in Ornamenting the Priests' Garments
Gold used in the Arts: Apparel
Gold used in the Arts: Beaten Work
Gold used in the Arts: Bedsteads Made of
Gold used in the Arts: Crowns Made of
Gold used in the Arts: Into Ornaments
Gold used in the Arts: Made Into Wire Threads and Worked Into Embroidered Tapestry
Gold used in the Arts: Modeled Into Forms of Fruits
Gold used in the Arts: Overlaying With
Gold used in the Arts: Shields of
Gold used in the Arts: The Lampstands Made of, for the Tabernacle
Gold was Used for Chains
Gold was Used for Couches
Gold was Used for Crowns
Gold was Used for Earrings
Gold was Used for Footstools
Gold was Used for Idols
Gold was Used for Mercy Seat and Cherubims
Gold was Used for Ornaments
Gold was Used for Overlaying Cherubims in Temple
Gold was Used for Overlaying Floor of Temple
Gold was Used for Overlaying the Ark
Gold was Used for Overlaying the Tabernacle
Gold was Used for Overlaying the Temple
Gold was Used for Overlaying Throne of Solomon
Gold was Used for Rings
Gold was Used for Sacred Candlesticks
Gold was Used for Sacred Utensils
Gold was Used for Sceptres
Gold was Used for Shields
Gold was Used for Vessels
Gold: Abounded in Havilah
Gold: Abounded in Ophir
Gold: Abounded in Parvaim
Gold: Abounded in Sheba
Gold: Abundance of, in Solomon's Reign
Gold: Altar Lamps, and Other Articles Made of
Gold: An Article of Commerce
Gold: Babylonish Empire
Gold: Belongs to God
Gold: Estimated by Weight
Gold: Exacted As Tribute
Gold: Exported from Havilah
Gold: Found in the Earth
Gold: from Ophir
Gold: Given As Presents
Gold: Imported by Solomon
Gold: Jews Condemned for Multiplying
Gold: Kings of Israel not to Multiply
Gold: Liable to Canker and Rust
Gold: Liable to Grow Dim
Gold: Most Valuable when Pure and Fine
Gold: Offerings of, for Tabernacle
Gold: Offerings of, for Temple
Gold: Priestly and Royal Garments Adorned With
Gold: Refined and Tried by Fire
Gold: Saints After Affliction
Gold: Solomon Rich In
Gold: Taken in War, Dedicated to God
Gold: The Doctrines of Grace
Gold: The Patriarchs Were Rich In
Gold: Tried Faith
Gold: True Converts
Gold: Vanity of Heaping Up
Gold: Vessels and Utensils Made of, for the Tabernacle
Gold: Wedge of
Gold: Working In, a Trade
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