One Metaphor and Two Meanings
... is the unwelcome necessity which grips us with iron and sharpened ... shined.' Christ
the Light has gone down into the darkness ... to Him was night He has made for us ...
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... among the booty. Iron, which was found in the hills, was freely used, and made
into armour, weapons, and chariots. It was "the chariots ...
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Saint George Kills the Enchanter Osmond.
... block of rock, a huge giant in his iron coat, with ... and told him that the necromancer
had made a huge ... De Fistycuff to watch over him, he advanced into the tower ...
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The Warfare of Christian Service
... mind, and we can put some kind of logical sequence into them ... is from above, and the
metal of which they are made is given from heaven, like meteoric iron. ...
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... Joseph resists temptation, and he is cast into prison. But the iron of his chain
made his soul as iron, and changed the spoiled darling of his father ...
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The Name Above Every Name
... Iron will ... when we accept the teaching which tells us that in that Word made flesh
and ... early sparkle, and gathers scum on its surface from filth flung into it by ...
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... iron dukes, and iron men, God wants iron saints." Much ... Holy Ghost, for your strength
shall be made perfect in ... small body of French who had formed into a square ...
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The Adventures of Saint David of Wales.
... he and the faithful Owen, having made all preparation ... their heads, screeching their
terrific notes into the ears ... bearing in their hands some iron chains, which ...
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The Adventures of Saint Andrew of Scotland.
... such like dreadful sounds, which would have made any other ... which stood the castle
within whose iron walls the ... by no means get changed back into their natural ...
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Of the Causes which Alienate us from God.
... the irons of another, but my own iron will ... as yet to overcome my former wilfulness,
made strong by ... i. part 2), "Satan leads poor creatures down into the depths ...
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Torrey's Topical Textbook2 Samuel 23:7
But the man that shall touch them must be fenced with iron and the staff of a spear; and they shall be utterly burned with fire in the same place.Torrey's Topical Textbook
And they had breastplates, as it were breastplates of iron; and the sound of their wings was as the sound of chariots of many horses running to battle.
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Iron and Bronze
Iron of a Hard Barren Soil
Iron of Greater Gravity than Water
Iron of Severe Affliction
Iron of Severe Exercise of Power
Iron of Small Comparative Value
Iron of Strength
Iron of Stubbornness
Iron used from the Earliest Age
Iron: (Seared With) Insensibility of Conscience
Iron: A City of Naphtali
Iron: Admits of a High Polish
Iron: An Article of Commerce
Iron: Dug out of the Earth
Iron: First Recorded Use of
Iron: First Recorded Use of Ax
Iron: First Recorded Use of Bedstead
Iron: First Recorded Use of Breastplate
Iron: First Recorded Use of Chariot
Iron: First Recorded Use of Fetters
Iron: First Recorded Use of File
Iron: First Recorded Use of Furnace
Iron: First Recorded Use of Gate
Iron: First Recorded Use of Harrow
Iron: First Recorded Use of Horn
Iron: First Recorded Use of Idols
Iron: First Recorded Use of Melted
Iron: First Recorded Use of Ore of
Iron: First Recorded Use of Pans
Iron: First Recorded Use of Pen
Iron: First Recorded Use of Pillars
Iron: First Recorded Use of Rods for Scourging
Iron: First Recorded Use of Stones of
Iron: First Recorded Use of Threshing Instruments
Iron: First Recorded Use of Tools
Iron: First Recorded Use of Used in the Temple
Iron: First Recorded Use of Vessels
Iron: First Recorded Use of Weapons
Iron: First Recorded Use of Yokes
Iron: from the North Hardest and Best
Iron: Great Quantity of, Provided for the Temple
Iron: Hardened Into Steel
Iron: Made Into: Armour
Iron: Made Into: Bars
Iron: Made Into: Bedsteads
Iron: Made Into: Chariots
Iron: Made Into: Fetters
Iron: Made Into: Gates
Iron: Made Into: Graving Tools
Iron: Made Into: Idols
Iron: Made Into: Implements for Husbandry
Iron: Made Into: Nails and Hinges
Iron: Made Into: Pillars
Iron: Made Into: Rods
Iron: Made Into: Tools for Artificers
Iron: Made Into: Weapons of War
Iron: Made Into: Yokes
Iron: Miraculously Made to Swim
Iron: Mode of Purifying, Taken in War
Iron: Sharpens Things Made of
Iron: Strong and Durable
Iron: Taken in War, often Dedicated to God
Iron: The Land of Canaan Abounded With
Iron: Working In, a Trade
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