Petilianus Said: "If You Suppose that You Can Offer Sacrifice...
... God Himself thus speaks of you as most abandoned sinners: The wicked man,' He says ...
For you said, in condemning them,  "Their feet are swift to shed ...
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Scriptures Showing the Sin and Danger of Joining with Wicked and ...
... A proud look, a lying tongue, and hands that shed innocent blood, an heart that
deviseth wicked imaginations, feet that be swift in running to mischief. ...
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Waiting Only Upon God
... The wicked are like the troubled sea that cannot rest: be not thou ... mine eyes follow
after vanity, my lips utter leasing, my feet become swift to shed ...
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Every Thing Proceeding from the Corrupt Nature of Man Damnable.
... it is described as "deceitful above all things, and desperately wicked," (Jer.17 ...
Whose mouth is full of cursing and bitterness: their feet are swift to shed ...
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Concerning the Condition of Man in the Fall.
... That which is deceitful above all things, and desperately wicked, is not fit, neither
can it lead a man aright in things that ... Their feet are swift to shed ...
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Evans -- the Fall and Recovery of Man
... His heart is desperately wicked; full of pride, vanity, hypocrisy ... the poison of asps
under the tongue, the feet swift to shed blood, destruction and misery ...
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The Character of Its Teachings Evidences the Divine Authorship of ...
... Their feet are swift to shed blood: destruction and misery are in ... "The heart is
deceitful above all things and desperately wicked" (Jer.17:9) is a concept ...
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Whether There was any Reasonable Cause for the Ceremonial ...
... a falcon, signifies those whose "feet are swift to shed ... Thou hast subjected all things
under his feet": and it is ... beasts: but the bowels of the wicked are cruel ...
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Hymn for the Lighting of the Lamps
... Swift as the wind the royal squadrons ride, But swifter yet ... and the refluent tide
Swept down the wicked to the ... race Regains its lost hopes at Thy pierced feet. ...
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The Blood of Sprinkling (Second Sermon. )
... of the last judgment and the swift destruction of ... for the miserable, mercy for the
wicked, compassion for ... would come, and kiss those bleeding feet, and look up ...
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Torrey's Topical TextbookProverbs 1:16
For their feet run to evil, and make haste to shed blood.Torrey's Topical Textbook
Their feet are swift to shed blood:
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Feet: Bells Worn On
Feet: Sitting At
Feet: Washing of, As an Example, by Jesus
The Feet of Criminals: Bound With Fetters
The Feet of Criminals: Placed in Stocks
The Feet of Enemies often Maimed and Cut off
The Feet of Saints: At Liberty
The Feet of Saints: Established by God
The Feet of Saints: Guided by Christ
The Feet of Saints: Kept by God
The Feet of Strangers and Travellers Washed
The Feet of the Jews: Bare in Affliction
The Feet of the Jews: Neglected in Affliction
The Feet of the Jews: Washed Frequently
The Feet of the Wicked: Ensnared
The Feet of the Wicked: Swift to Mischief
The Feet of the Wicked: Swift to Shed Blood
The Feet of Women often Adorned With Tingling Ornaments
The Feet were Liable to Disease
The Feet were Liable to Injury from Stones
The Feet were Liable to Swelling from Walking
The Feet: (Dipped in Blood) of Victory
The Feet: (Set in a Large Place) Liberty
The Feet: (Set on a Rock) Stability
The Feet: (Sliding) Yielding to Temptation
The Feet: (Treading Under) Complete Destruction
The Feet: (Washed or Dipped in Oil) Abundance
The Feet: Condemnation Expressed by Shaking the Dust From
The Feet: Early Use of Shoes
The Feet: Necessary Members of the Body
The Feet: Neglect of Washing, Disrespectful to Guest
The Feet: Often Swift
The Feet: Origin of Uncovering in Consecrated Places
The Feet: Parts of, Mentioned in Scripture: Heel
The Feet: Parts of, Mentioned in Scripture: Sole
The Feet: Parts of, Mentioned in Scripture: Toes
The Feet: Path of, to be Pondered
The Feet: Respect Exhibited by Falling At
The Feet: Reverence Expressed by Kissing
The Feet: Sleep Expressed by Covering
The Feet: Stamped on the Ground in Extreme Joy or Grief
The Feet: Subjection Expressed by Licking the Dust of
The Feet: Subjugation of Enemies Expressed by Placing on Their Necks
The Feet: To be Directed by God's Word
The Feet: To be Guided by Wisdom and Discretion
The Feet: To be Refrained from Evil
The Feet: To be Turned to God's Testimonies
The Feet: Washing for Others, a Menial office
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