The Prophet of Fire
... brooks, in the hope that we may find grass, so that ... hundred by fifties in a cave
and fed them continually ... take two oxen; let them choose one ox for themselves ...
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He Compares the Doctrine of the Platonists Concerning the Logos ...
... towards Egypt, and prostrating Thy image"their own soul"before the image "of an
ox that eateth grass."  These things found I there; but I fed not on ...
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A Voice from the Hartley Colliery
... the brute which is content to eat the grass, but never ... I say, to treat thy God worse
than the ox treateth its ... by faith and not by sight, and be fed with manna ...
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The Conversion of Saul of Tarsus
... He has fed you with the bounties of his providence. ... If the ox had stopped and nibbled
a blade of grass or a piece of hay, why, then he would have been ...
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Perseverance in Holiness
... He fed them with angels' food; he sheltered them by day from the heat, and at ... a molten
image, and likened the Lord of Glory to an ox that eateth grass. ...
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The Third Beatitude
... sunflower to the violet hiding among the grass, and making ... The ox that kicks against
the goads only does ... outward condition of the most full-fed abundance, and ...
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Second Part of the Book.
... born, they laid Him in a crib before an ox and an ... is fed with bodily food, so the
soul be fed with holy ... Some lived by grass, some by roots, some by spices and ...
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Book Seven the Conversion to Neoplatonism. ...
... in their hearts toward Egypt and prostrating thy image (their own soul) before the
image of an ox that eats grass. These things I found there, but I fed not on ...
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The Evolution of a Father
... the kulan from May to July; the musk-ox at the ... deer sees the light just before the
first grass shoots into ... that the mere sight of his offspring fed instead of ...
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The Axe at the Root --A Testimony against Puseyite Idolatry
... with rivers of oil, or ten thousand of the fat of fed beasts, he ... they changed their
glory into the similitude of an ox that eateth grass." Though severely ...
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Torrey's Topical TextbookJob 40:15
Behold now behemoth, which I made with you; he eats grass as an ox.Torrey's Topical Textbook
Thus they changed their glory into the similitude of an ox that eats grass.
Torrey's Topical Textbook
That they shall drive you from men, and your dwelling shall be with the beasts of the field, and they shall make you to eat grass as oxen, and they shall wet you with the dew of heaven, and seven times shall pass over you, till you know that the most High rules in the kingdom of men, and gives it to whomsoever he will.
Torrey's Topical Textbook
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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