Colossians i. 15-18
... He repeats these expressions in close sequence; with their ... prayers, in the supplications,
in the salutations; and once ... Here used of the universe, somewhat as 1 ...
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Life in Persia.
... After the usual salutations and inquiries the calean (pipe ... His journal is filled
with expressions of gratitude ... Charles Simeon, used always to keep his picture ...
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The Reaction against Egypt
... The expressions and titles given above are borrowed from ... These ancient Trojans used
copper, and we encounter ... of them is very poor, for art degenerated rapidly ...
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Another Wonderful Record of 25.
... I will fear no evil, for thou art with me; thy rod and ... only for those things which
were to be used for God's ... No; thou must not venture to do so, if, whilst you ...
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Torrey's Topical Textbook2 Samuel 20:9
And Joab said to Amasa, Are you in health, my brother? And Joab took Amasa by the beard with the right hand to kiss him.Torrey's Topical Textbook
Salutations by Bowing
Salutations by Kissing
Salutations by Letter
Salutations were Given by all Passers-By
Salutations were Given by Brethren to Each Other
Salutations were Given by Inferiors to Their Superiors
Salutations were Given by Superiors to Inferiors
Salutations were Given: On Entering a House
Salutations: "All Hail"
Salutations: "Are You Well, My Brother?"
Salutations: "Hail, Master!"
Salutations: "May God be Gracious to You"
Salutations: "My Lords"
Salutations: "Peace (Hebrew: Shalom) to This House"
Salutations: "Peace to You" (Hebrew: Shalomleka)
Salutations: "Peace" (Hebrew: Shalom)
Salutations: Antiquity of
Salutations: Denied to Persons of Bad Character
Salutations: Expressions Used as all Hail
Salutations: Expressions Used as Art Thou in Health?
Salutations: Expressions Used as Blessed be Thou of the Lord
Salutations: Expressions Used as God be Gracious to Thee
Salutations: Expressions Used as Hail
Salutations: Expressions Used as Peace be to This House
Salutations: Expressions Used as Peace be With Thee
Salutations: Expressions Used as Peace to Thee, and Peace to Thine House, and Peace to All
Salutations: Expressions Used as The Blessing of the Lord be Upon You, we Bless You in The
Salutations: Expressions Used as The Lord be With You
Salutations: Expressions Used as The Lord Bless Thee
Salutations: from a Master to his Servants, "May the Lord be With You"
Salutations: Given to Christ in Derision
Salutations: Often Accompanied by Bowing Frequently to the Ground
Salutations: Often Accompanied by Embracing and Kissing the Feet
Salutations: Often Accompanied by Falling on the Neck and Kissing
Salutations: Often Accompanied by Falling Prostrate on the Ground
Salutations: Often Accompanied by Kissing the Dust
Salutations: Often Accompanied by Laying Hold of the Bear With the Right Hand
Salutations: Often Accompanied by Touching the Hem of the Garment
Salutations: Often Perfidious
Salutations: Often Sent by Letter
Salutations: Often Sent Through Messengers
Salutations: Persons in Haste Excused from Giving or Receiving
Salutations: Servants to Their Masters, "May the Lord Bless You"
Salutations: The Jews Condemned for Giving, Only to Their Countrymen
Salutations: The Pharisees Condemned for Seeking, in Public
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