Shoes: Often Given As Bribes
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A People Prepared for the Lord
... believe, and truly thou mayest obey a command given by the ... I have often marvelled
why the Church of Rome should ... than I cometh, the latchet of whose shoes I am ...
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Of Preparation.
... had done Moses before, to put off his shoes, in reverence ... 22:2.) Oh, blessed are
they who often eat of ... Where I should have given all due reverence to my natural ...
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And ii.
... seven rivers, so that one may wade through in shoes. ... The commentary on [Hebrew: nkvN]
is given by Daniel 2 ... that height, in a moral sense, is often ascribed to ...
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Amos 2:6
Thus said the LORD; For three transgressions of Israel, and for four, I will not turn away the punishment thereof; because they sold the righteous for silver, and the poor for a pair of shoes;
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Amos 8:6
That we may buy the poor for silver, and the needy for a pair of shoes; yes, and sell the refuse of the wheat?
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Shoes of Ladies of Distinction: Often Made of Badgers' Skins

Shoes of Ladies of Distinction: Probably often Adorned With Tinkling Ornaments

Shoes of the Beauty Conferred on Saints

Shoes of the Preparation of the Gospel

Shoes: (Having Blood On) of Being Engaged in War and Slaughter

Shoes: (Taken off) an Ignominious and Servile Condition

Shoes: (Thrown Over a Place) Subjection

Shoes: Bearing, for Another a Degrading office, Only Performed By

Shoes: Bound Round the Feet With Latchets or Strings

Shoes: Called Sandals

Shoes: Customs Connected With: A Man Who Refused to Marry a Deceased Brother's Wife

Shoes: Customs Connected With: The Right of Redemption Resigned by a Man's Giving One of

Shoes: Early Use of

Shoes: Loosing of, for Another a Degrading office

Shoes: Often Given As Bribes

Shoes: Soles of, Sometimes Plated With Brass or Iron

Shoes: The Apostles Prohibited from Taking for Their Journey More,

Shoes: The Jews: Never Wore, in Mourning

Shoes: The Jews: Put off, when They Entered Sacred Places

Shoes: The Jews: Put On, Before Beginning a Journey

Shoes: Worn out by a Long Journey

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