For, on the Death of Solomon in the Fortieth Year of his Reign...
... sixteenth year of his age, a portion of the people, taking offense, revolted from ...
Accordingly, by universal consent, the government was bestowed on Jeroboam. ...
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... (2 Chronicles 25:14.) In these degrees the Scriptures present to us a difference
between a greater and a less offense. For since Jeroboam is frequently accused ...
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The Book of the Law
... "The altar that was at Bethel, and the high place which Jeroboam the son of ... the great,
misshapen images had stood on the "Mount of Offense," mute witnesses to ...
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On the Righteousness and Efficacy of the Providence of God ...
... Thus Jeroboam was prevented from apprehending the prophet of the Lord, by "the drying
up ... 3.] Against the latter of these an offense may be committed, either by ...
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Article xv (viii): of Human Traditions in the Church.
... will have to be approved, and the rites instituted by Jeroboam, 1 Kings 12 ... that such
public harmony as could indeed be produced without offense to consciences ...
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On Reconciling Religious Dissensions among Christians
... our very origin is tainted with the infection of the primitive offense of the Old ...
With these intentions, and under the impulse of these views, Jeroboam was the ...
/.../the works of james arminius vol 1/oration v on reconciling religious.htm
... on a low level of faith and godliness, are inclined to take offense at so ... It was
among the tribe of Ephraim that one of its sons, Jeroboam, instituted the calf ...
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Torrey's Topical Textbook1 Kings 12:26-30
And Jeroboam said in his heart, Now shall the kingdom return to the house of David:Torrey's Topical Textbook
Offense: All Things That Cause, Shall be Gathered out of Christ's
Offense: Blessedness of not Taking, at Christ
Offense: Denunciation Against Those Who Cause
Offense: Ministers should be Cautious of Giving
Offense: Ministers should Remove That Which Causes
Offense: Occasions of, Forbidden
Offense: Occasions of, Must Arrive
Offense: Old Prophet
Offense: Persecution, a Cause of, to Mere Professors
Offense: Punishment for Occasioning
Offense: Saints should Avoid Those Who Cause
Offense: Saints should be Cautious of Giving
Offense: Saints should be Without
Offense: Saints should Cut off What Causes, to Themselves
Offense: Saints should Have a Conscience Void of
Offense: Saints should not Let Their Liberty Occasion, to Others
Offense: Saints should Reprove Those Who Cause
Offense: Saints should Use Self-Denial Rather than Occasion
Offense: Saints Warned Against Taking
Offense: Sons of Eli
Offense: The Wicked Take, At: Christ Crucified
Offense: The Wicked Take, At: Christ, As the Bread of Life
Offense: The Wicked Take, At: Christ, As the Corner-Stone
Offense: The Wicked Take, At: The Low Station of Christ
Offense: The Wicked Take, At: The Necessity of Inward Purity
Offense: The Wicked Take, At: The Righteousness of Faith
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