The Dove: Why Considered the Emblem of Peace
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The Fifth Commandment
... in the land.' The command will chiefly be considered here, Honour ... so they have a
sceptre, an emblem of justice. ... work's sake.' They come, like the dove, with an ...
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They Shall be Called the Children of God
... All which considered, should make parents whet holy instructions upon ... Sometimes they
give the dove in regard of their meekness ... The olive is an emblem of peace. ...
/.../the beatitudes an exposition of matthew 51-12/19 they shall be called.htm

... to him, the descendant of the house of David, may be considered as a ... out of the land
of Assyria." The bird and the dove are here an emblem of helplessness ...
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Aron, Brother of Moses, 486, 487.
... Dove, type of love, [301]212. ... of, and meaning, [316]375; land of Ham, [317]523; emblem
of this ... Life, considered as twofold, of the flesh and of the spirit, [682 ...
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The Gospel of John
... Spirit descending from Heaven like a dove, and it ... and "water" is the well known emblem
of the ... The remaining chapters will be considered in another connection ...
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The Sibylline Oracles.
... Syria, and Egypt, Judaea alone being left at peace. ... which from internal considerations
is rightly considered to be ... the word IChThUS, "fish," the emblem of the ...
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From the Close of the General Conference of 1808, to the ...
... be a fault, it should be considered a pardonable ... consecrated to God, was an expressive
emblem of that ... and divine harmony which the heavenly Dove had imparted ...
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Baptismal Regeneration
... section of its ministers, who might charitably be considered as evil ... Swift as the
dove pursued by the hawk, fly, fly ... it is so the outward sign and emblem of it ...
/.../spurgeon/spurgeons sermons volume 10 1864/baptismal regeneration.htm

Robert Nelson, his Friends, and Church Principles.
... He retained his Jacobite principles, but considered that non-concurrence ... more of
the innocency of the dove than the ... cloud, and accepted it for an emblem of the ...
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Marah; Or, the Bitter Waters Sweetened
... miracle had been wrought; had they but considered it, and ... not this tree cut down
be an emblem of the ... exterminating wars have ceased; the white dove of peace ...
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Torrey's Topical Textbook
Genesis 8:11
And the dove came in to him in the evening; and, see, in her mouth was an olive leaf plucked off: so Noah knew that the waters were abated from off the earth.
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The Dove of Converts to the Church

The Dove of Mourners

The Dove of the Church

The Dove of the Holy Spirit

The Dove of the Meekness of Christ

The Dove: (In Its Flight) of the Return of Israel from Captivity

The Dove: Characterised by Comeliness of Countenance

The Dove: Characterised by Richness of Plumage

The Dove: Characterised by Simplicity

The Dove: Characterised by Softness of Eyes

The Dove: Characterised by Sweetness of Voice

The Dove: Clean and Used As Food

The Dove: Dwells in Rocks

The Dove: Frequents Streams and Rivers

The Dove: Impiously Sold in the Court of the Temple

The Dove: Mournful Tabering of, Alluded To

The Dove: Offered in Sacrifice

The Dove: Sent from the Ark by Noah

The Dove: The Harbinger of Spring

The Dove: Why Considered the Emblem of Peace

Turtle Dove: Burnt offering of

Turtle Dove: Domesticated

Turtle Dove: Harmlessness of, Typical of Christ's Gentleness

Turtle Dove: Market For, in the Temple

Turtle Dove: Nests of

Turtle Dove: Prescribed for Purification of Lepers

Turtle Dove: Prescribed for Purification of Nazarites

Turtle Dove: Prescribed for Purification of Women

Turtle Dove: Sacrificial Uses of

Turtle Dove: Sent out from the Ark by Noah

Turtle Dove: Sin offering, for Those Who Touched Any Dead Body

Turtle Dove: Symbolical of the Holy Spirit

Turtle Dove: Trespass offering of, for the Impecunious

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