... and of the free Norseman, our own ancestor, for the ... it grew"the life of a great nation,
growing slowly ... roof, for use as well as beauty, the mountain rocks. ...
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... a family of priests, who, from their ancestor, Hasmon, were ... take the part of a weak
nation against a ... wilderness, the carved faces of the rocks still witnessing ...
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The Land and the People.
... did in the field of Boaz; where his ancestor, the poet ... It is "a fifth Gospel," engraven
upon rocks. ... constituted the bone and sinew of the nation, the farmers ...
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The Hebrews and the Philistines --Damascus
... The common ancestor of the nation was acknowledged to have been Jacob, who, by his
wrestling with God, had obtained the name of Israel; the people were divided ...
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The Political Constitution of Egypt
... the continuous existence of the ancestor, whose memory ... scribes and craftsmen,"the
whole nation lives anew ... traces of his visits"on the rocks of Elephantine ...
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The Close of the Theban Empire
... on the rocks of Abu Simbel, was copied by Ramses ... and, stimulated by the example of
his ancestor at Qodshu ... Millier regards them as an Asiatic nation probably of ...
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The Assyrian Revival and the Struggle for Syria
... of the Aramaean tribes who constituted the actual Chaldaean nation. ... of Bazi takes
its name from an ancestor who must ... and awaited attack amid its rocks and pine ...
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The First Chaldaean Empire and the Hyksos in Egypt
... Near Yakhmur some detached rocks appear to have been arrested in their fall, and ...
Samsuiluna repaired the five fortresses which his ancestor Sumulailu had built. ...
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The Medes and the Second Chaldaean Empire
... The great bulk of the nation, however, soon returned to their idolatrous practices,
if ... not add the title "King of Judah" after the name of his ancestor Hezekiah ...
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The Rise of the Assyrian Empire
... that they were two different peoples: the territory occupied by this nation must
have ... and one of them, Anu-banini, had engraved on the rocks overhanging the ...
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Torrey's Topical TextbookIsaiah 51:1
Listen to me, you that follow after righteousness, you that seek the LORD: look to the rock from where you are hewn, and to the hole of the pit from where you are dig.Torrey's Topical Textbook
Rocks used as Altars
Rocks used as Places for Idolatrous Worship
Rocks used as Places for Shelter by the Poor in Their Distress
Rocks used as Places of Observation
Rocks used as Places of Safety in Danger
Rocks were a Defence to a Country
Rocks: A Place of Safety
Rocks: Bees often Made Their Honey Amongst
Rocks: Casting Down From, a Punishment
Rocks: Christ As a Stumbling Stone to the Wicked
Rocks: Christ As Foundation of his Church
Rocks: Christ As Refuge of his People
Rocks: Christ As Source of Spiritual Gifts
Rocks: Dreaded by Mariners
Rocks: God As Creator of his People
Rocks: God As Defence of his People
Rocks: God As Refuge of his People
Rocks: God As Salvation of his People
Rocks: God As the Strength of his People
Rocks: God's Power Exhibited in Removing
Rocks: Hammers Used for Breaking
Rocks: Horeb in Rephidim
Rocks: Houses often Built On
Rocks: Important Events often Engraved Upon
Rocks: Inhabited by Conies
Rocks: Inhabited by Doves
Rocks: Inhabited by Eagles
Rocks: Inhabited by Wild Goats
Rocks: Man's Industry in Cutting Through
Rocks: Meribah in Kadesh
Rocks: Miracles Connected With: Broken in Pieces by the Wind
Rocks: Miracles Connected With: Fire Ascended out of
Rocks: Miracles Connected With: Rent at the Death of Christ
Rocks: Miracles Connected With: Water Brought From
Rocks: Often Composed of Flint
Rocks: Often had Holes and Clefts
Rocks: Often Sharp-Pointed and Craggy
Rocks: Selah in the Valley of Salt
Rocks: Selahammahlekoth in the Wilderness of Maon
Rocks: The Ancestor of a Nation
Rocks: The Olive Tree Flourished Amongst
Rocks: The Shadow of, Grateful to Travellers During the Heat of The
Rocks: Tombs often Hewn out of
Rocks: Whatever we Trust In
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