The Ox used for Sacrifice
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The Story of the Purging of the Temple Spiritualized. Taken ...
... The ox is symbolic of earthly things, for he is a husbandman. ... found access to the
temple, nor could any have been sold there but those used for sacrifice. ...
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The So-Called Gods of one Place are Used as victims in Another.
... So the Egyptians serve the ox, and Apis, a calf ... For even if they do not sacrifice
the very animals ... from themselves, and ignominiously throw away what is used. ...
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Samuel the Boy Prophet
... This man used to go up from his village each year ... his household again went to offer
the yearly sacrifice to Jehovah ... with her, and a three-year-old ox, a bushel ...
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The Story of Abraham and Isaac
... The offering was generally a sheep, or a goat, or a young ox"some animal that
was used for food. Such an offering was called "a sacrifice." ...
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... may be called "priest" from his having offered sacrifice on Mount ... X. 1 Parts of this
hymn are used in the Moz. ... 81 The legend of the ox and ass adoring our Lord ...
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Whether the Judicial Precepts were Suitably Framed as to the ...
... inflicted in their regard, so that five oxen were to be restored for one ox. ... that
"a cow is useful in five ways: it may be used for sacrifice, for ploughing ...
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The Lawful and Unlawful Use of Law.
... the spirit of love, that is, is used lawfully, it ... give Circumcision, or the Sabbath,
or Sacrifice, or Fasting. ... says, thou shalt not muzzle the ox that treadeth ...
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John Calls Jesus a "Lamb. " Why Does He Name this Animal Specially ...
... walk is offered of three kinds he used for the ... animals these are the three
kinds"bullock, ox, calf; ram ... shadow, and also for what end the sacrifice of each ...
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The Four Gospels.
... Whether the later Synoptists knew and used the earlier will be discussed in the
next section. ... Luke the ox's semmblance weareth,. ... Sacrifice' aim and end. ...
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Symbolic Ornaments of the Church
... bearing a cross, the symbol of His sacrifice, or a ... of comparatively modern origin,
is now freely used to symbolize ... are the Man, the Lion, the {84} Ox, and the ...
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Exodus 20:24
An altar of earth you shall make to me, and shall sacrifice thereon your burnt offerings, and your peace offerings, your sheep, and your oxen: in all places where I record my name I will come to you, and I will bless you.
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2 Samuel 24:22
And Araunah said to David, Let my lord the king take and offer up what seems good to him: behold, here be oxen for burnt sacrifice, and threshing instruments and other instruments of the oxen for wood.
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The Ox used for Carrying Burdens

The Ox used for Drawing Wagons

The Ox used for Earing the Ground

The Ox used for Food

The Ox used for Ploughing

The Ox used for Sacrifice

The Ox used for Treading out the Corn

The Ox was Clean and Fit for Food

The Ox was Fed in Stalls

The Ox was Fed in the Valleys

The Ox was Fed with Corn

The Ox was Fed with Grass

The Ox was Fed with Straw

The Ox was Fed: On the Hills

The Ox: (Engaged in Husbandry) of Ministers

The Ox: (Led to Slaughter) of a Rash Youth

The Ox: (Led to Slaughter) of Saints Under Persecution

The Ox: (Not Muzzled in Treading Corn) of Minister's Right To

The Ox: (Prepared for a Feast) the Provision of the Gospel

The Ox: (Stall Fed) Sumptuous Living

The Ox: Beautiful

The Ox: Bull or Bullock of Fierce Enemies

The Ox: Bull or Bullock: (Fatted) of Greedy Mercenaries

The Ox: Bull or Bullock: (Firstling of) of the Glory of Joseph

The Ox: Bull or Bullock: (In a Net) of the Impatient Under Judgment

The Ox: Bull or Bullock: (Unaccustomed to the Yoke) Intractable Sinners

The Ox: Custom of Sending the Pieces of, to Collect the People to War

The Ox: Formed a Part of the Patriarchal Wealth

The Ox: Formed a Part of the Wealth of Israel in Egypt

The Ox: Formed a Part of the Wealth of the Jews

The Ox: Goes to the Slaughter Unconscious

The Ox: Heifer of a Beloved Wife

The Ox: Heifer: (At Grass) of the Luxurious Chaldees

The Ox: Heifer: (Fair) of the Beauty and Wealth of Egypt

The Ox: Heifer: (Of Three Years Old) Moab in Affliction

The Ox: Heifer: (Sliding Back) Backsliding Israel

The Ox: Heifer: (Taught) Israel's Fondness for Ease in Preference To

The Ox: Herdmen Appointed Over

The Ox: Horns and Hoofs of, Alluded To

The Ox: Includes The: Bull

The Ox: Includes The: Bullock

The Ox: Includes The: Cow

The Ox: Includes The: Heifer

The Ox: Increase of, Promised

The Ox: Kine of Proud and Wealthy Rules

The Ox: Kine: (Lean) of Years of Scarcity

The Ox: Kine: (Well Favoured) Years of Plenty

The Ox: Laws Respecting of Others If Lost or Hurt Through Neglect, to be Made Good

The Ox: Laws Respecting of Others not to be Coveted

The Ox: Laws Respecting: Fallen Under Its Burden to be Raised up Again

The Ox: Laws Respecting: Fat of, not to be Eaten

The Ox: Laws Respecting: If Stolen to be Restored Double

The Ox: Laws Respecting: Killing a Man, to be Stoned

The Ox: Laws Respecting: Mode of Reparation for One, Killing Another

The Ox: Laws Respecting: Not to be Muzzled when Treading out the Corn

The Ox: Laws Respecting: Not to be Yoked With an Donkey in the Same Plough

The Ox: Laws Respecting: Straying to be Brought Back to Its Owner

The Ox: Laws Respecting: To Rest on the Sabbath

The Ox: Lowing of, Alluded To

The Ox: Male Firstlings of, Belonged to God

The Ox: Not Without Sagacity

The Ox: Often Found Wild

The Ox: Often Given As a Present

The Ox: Often Stall-Fed for Slaughter

The Ox: Publicly Sold

The Ox: Rapid Manner of Collecting Its Food Alluded To

The Ox: Required Great Care and Attention

The Ox: Sea of Brass Rested on Figures of

The Ox: Strong

The Ox: The Wicked often Took, in Pledge from the Poor

The Ox: Tithe of, Given to the Priests

The Ox: Urged on by the Goad

The Ox: Young of, Considered a Great Delicacy

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