The True Spirit of Missions.
... glory, and comes down to toil, suffer and die"and for whom? For us worms
of the dust, insects that are crushed before the moth. ...
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1 Timothy i. 7-May
... For Indian insects, it is said, spin those fine threads of which your robes are
made. ... benefit of the garment, to air it, they say, that it may not be moth-eaten ...
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... end a crawling grub, like the female of our own Vapourer moth, and that ... tribe depending
on one single species of palm-tree, similar to those insects which feed ...
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The Clean and the Unclean
... lay up treasure; but lay it up in heaven, where neither moth nor rust ... There are insects
among the flowers; now every creeping thing, and every insect, except ...
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... There are many of the summer insects which are twice-born, first of their insect
parents ... It may become a moth, or a butterfly; but in most the capacity is never ...
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The High Woods
... 133n} woods which, he will tell you, are all but incorruptible, defying weather
and insects. ... wings proves this one to be no bat, but a Morpho"a moth as big ...
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The New Heart
... We have heard of some kind of insects that have lost their limbs, and by their ... We
cannot save ourselves; we lie entirely in his hands; like a moth that lies ...
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... Like laying a burden on the back of a moth. Like lead his feet were. ... Men moved hither
and thither like insects in their crevices. Mentality as hard as bronze. ...
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The Northern Mountains
... we cut a water-vine, and had a long cool drink; now a great moth had to ... the deer,
and the agoutis, and the armadillos, but the birds and insects likewise, are ...
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My Life in Christ. <. ...
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Torrey's Topical TextbookJob 4:19
How much less in them that dwell in houses of clay, whose foundation is in the dust, which are crushed before the moth?Torrey's Topical Textbook
He builds his house as a moth, and as a booth that the keeper makes.
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Behold, the Lord GOD will help me; who is he that shall condemn me? see, they all shall wax old as a garment; the moth shall eat them up.
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Insects: Bald Locust
Insects: Clean and Unclean (Ceremonially Speaking)
Insects: Created by God
Insects: Divided Into: Clean and Fit for Food
Insects: Divided Into: Unclean and Abominable
Insects: Fed by God
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