... to do harm to another, with the desire of injuring and hurting ... injures does not deserve
merely as much punishment as the ... he cuts off an ear for an eye that has ...
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Matt. v. 38, 39, 40
... even when another is plucking out your eye, permits you ... whose offenses were very
great to a punishment less than ... do thou so treat them that are injuring thee. ...
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Matt. v. 27, 28
... beauties that belong to another, thou art injuring both thy ... extravagant;" and then
as to the right eye, "what if ... one thing only, the day of punishment, and the ...
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... To be feared by the wicked on account of punishment, to be ... But consider whether he
was injuring others: "He who loveth iniquity ... "With the proud eye, and the ...
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1 Cor. xii. 21
... For no man saith, "the eye is beautiful:" but what ... And he is a kind of drone, injuring
other men's ... the unthinking do who being minded to exact punishment of them ...
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The Law of Precedence in the Kingdom
... thee to enter into life with one eye, rather than ... it; and they were not only injuring
themselves, but ... other future retribution, is its own punishment; yet our ...
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Acts xxiv. 22, 23
... The greater is the punishment, when having riches he does this. ... by all on account
of his power (of injuring): for in ... Again in the body, if the eye wish to take ...
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Matt. xxv. 1-30.
... but rather great will be the punishment, because, what ... And yet He allowed, eye for
eye,' and tooth ... not then vex ourselves with others, injuring ourselves, and ...
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... Eternal punishment. ... Nay, it is understood He fashioned the eye, made the eye. ... have
the will to profit them; for thus he will prevent their injuring him when ...
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Faustus Denies that Manichæans Believe in Two Gods. Hyle no God. ...
... of compensation, an eye for an eye, which you ... the race of darkness"of injuring both
friends ... to eternal destruction, and his friends to eternal punishment. ...
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Torrey's Topical TextbookExodus 21:24,26
Eye for eye, tooth for tooth, hand for hand, foot for foot,Torrey's Topical Textbook
Breach for breach, eye for eye, tooth for tooth: as he has caused a blemish in a man, so shall it be done to him again.
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You have heard that it has been said, An eye for an eye, and a tooth for a tooth:
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Eye for an Eye
Eye of Evil Desire, Never Satisfied
Eye: Anthropomorphic Uses of
Eye: The offending
The Eye of the Mind
The Eye: (Anointing With Eyesalve) of Healing by the Spirit
The Eye: (Open) Spiritual Illumination
The Eye: A Guard to be Set On
The Eye: Actions of, Mentioned in Scripture: Directing
The Eye: Actions of, Mentioned in Scripture: Seeing
The Eye: Actions of, Mentioned in Scripture: Weeping
The Eye: Actions of, Mentioned in Scripture: Winking
The Eye: Consumed by Grief
The Eye: Consumed by Sickness
The Eye: Frequently Fair
The Eye: God: Enlightens
The Eye: God: Formed
The Eye: God: Made
The Eye: God: Opens
The Eye: Grows Dim by Age
The Eye: Grows Dim by Sorrow
The Eye: Made Red by Wine
The Eye: Not Evil Thing to be Set Before
The Eye: Not Satisfied With Riches
The Eye: Not Satisfied With Seeing
The Eye: Often Put out As a Punishment
The Eye: Parts of Mentioned in Scripture: The Apple or Ball
The Eye: Parts of Mentioned in Scripture: The Brow
The Eye: Parts of Mentioned in Scripture: The Lid
The Eye: Punishment for Injuring
The Eye: Sometimes Blemished
The Eye: Sometimes Tender
The Eye: The Jewish Women often Painted
The Eye: The Jews: Cast, on the Ground in Humiliation
The Eye: The Jews: Not to Make Baldness Between
The Eye: The Jews: Raised Up, in Prayer
The Eye: The Jews: Wore Their Phylacteries Between
The Eye: The Light of the Body
The Eye: The Light of, Rejoices the Heart
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