The Lion: Criminals often Thrown To
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The Wicked Husbandmen.
... Great criminals are often blind to their own interests: their ... Nothing is more appalling
to criminals than to be ... his gentleness, and appears as the Lion of the ...
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Joseph Attacked by the Archers
... their slave; the taunt, the jeer, did often wound his ... scorn even in the prison-house;
base criminals went away ... Doth the lion turn aside to rend each cur that ...
/.../spurgeon/spurgeons sermons volume 1 1855/joseph attacked by the archers.htm

The Ancestral Home
... Better meet a lion robbed of her whelps than him ... writs, examining deeds, going to
arrest criminals, in the ... He often felt a merriment that not only touched the ...
/.../ years in south china/i the ancestral home.htm

The Era of Persecution
... young virgins to meet the lion's eye without ... to mythological subjects by compelling
criminals to take ... These often obtained certificates from the magistrates to ...
/.../brittain/women of early christianity/iii the era of persecution.htm

Creation's Groans and the Saints' Sighs
... be understood." However, dear friends, we have often found that ... are now no longer
treated as criminals condemned, but ... will come a time when the lion shall eat ...
/.../spurgeon/spurgeons sermons volume 14 1868/creations groans and the saints.htm

The Preface to the Commandments
... Grace in the saints is often as fire hid in the ... rescues souls out of the mouth of
the roaring lion. ... Sinners are criminals, they have offended God; and it would ...
// ten commandments/1 3 the preface to the.htm

Homilies on the Statues.
... Creature, use of word, [872]411, n. Criminals, wretched appearance of at the bar,
[873]396. ... Laughter often leads to sin, [1463]442; how to be met, [1464]481. ...
/.../ the priesthood/homilies on the statues.htm

Chaldaean Civilization
... which represents a herdsman wrestling with a lion. ... own flesh and blood, and often
settled upon ... by creditors of their liberty, and criminals judicially condemned ...
/.../chapter iiichaldaean civilization.htm

the Legendary History of Egypt
... of which Ra appeared in the form of a cat or lion, and beheaded ... tells us of a piece
of wax which, on being thrown into the ... Arab historians often refer to them. ...
/.../chapter iii -the legendary history of.htm

The Reaction against Egypt
... of the taxpayer, took money from the criminals for protecting ... artists and modern
draughtsmen have often neglected it ... representing him"such as a lion, a stag ...
/.../chapter iithe reaction against egypt.htm

Torrey's Topical Textbook
Daniel 6:7,16,24
All the presidents of the kingdom, the governors, and the princes, the counsellors, and the captains, have consulted together to establish a royal statute, and to make a firm decree, that whoever shall ask a petition of any God or man for thirty days, save of you, O king, he shall be cast into the den of lions.
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Lion of Divine Judgments

Lion of Satan

Lion used for the Torture of Criminals

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Lion: Fierceness of

Lion: Instincts of, in Taking Prey

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Lion: Killed by David

Lion: Killed by Saints

Lion: Killed by Samson

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Lion: Lair of, in the Jungles

Lion: Parable of

Lion: Proverb of

Lion: Samson's Riddle Concerning

Lion: Sent As Judgment Upon the Samaritans

Lion: Strength of

Lion: Symbolical

Lion: Symbolical: Margin)

Lion: The Bases in the Temple Ornamented by Mouldings of

Lion: The Roaring of

Lion: Twelve Statues of, on the Stairs Leading to Solomon's Throne

The Lion of Boldness of Saints

The Lion of Brave Men

The Lion of Christ

The Lion of Cruel and Powerful Enemies

The Lion of God in Executing Judgments

The Lion of God in Protecting his Church

The Lion of Imaginary Fears of the Slothful

The Lion of Israel

The Lion of Persecutors

The Lion of the Devil

The Lion of the Tribe of Gad

The Lion of the Tribe of Judah

The Lion: (Roaring of) a King's Wrath

The Lion: (Tamed) the Natural Man Subdued by Grace

The Lion: A Swarm of Bees Found in the Carcass of, by Samson

The Lion: Active

The Lion: Attacks and Destroys Men

The Lion: Attacks the Sheepfolds

The Lion: Canaan Infested By

The Lion: Conceals Itself by Day

The Lion: Courageous

The Lion: Criminals often Thrown To

The Lion: Disobedient Prophet Slain By

The Lion: Fearless Even of Man

The Lion: Fierce

The Lion: God Provides For

The Lion: God's Power Exhibited in Restraining

The Lion: Greatness of Its Teeth Alluded To

The Lion: Hunting of, Alluded To

The Lion: Inhabits: Deserts

The Lion: Inhabits: Forests

The Lion: Inhabits: Mountains

The Lion: Inhabits: Thickets

The Lion: Lurks for Its Prey

The Lion: Majestic in Movement

The Lion: Often Carries Its Prey to Its Den

The Lion: Often Perishes for Lack of Food

The Lion: Rends Its Prey

The Lion: Roars when Seeking Prey

The Lion: Slain by Benaiah

The Lion: Slain by David

The Lion: Slain by Samson

The Lion: Superior in Strength

The Lion: Universal Terror Caused by Roaring of

The Lion: Voracious

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