On the Roman Pontiff, and the Principal Titles which Are
... 3:17.) The church is subject and subordinate to Him. ... drew the third part of the stars
of heaven ... (4.) When he excites dissensions between princes, republics and ...
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Tiglath-Pileser iii. And the Organisation of the Assyrian Empire ...
... yoke; as it was, Bamman-nirari did not return, and the princes who had ... to the deposition
of Athaliah; the high priest was, however, no less subordinate to the ...
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The Political Constitution of Egypt
... of the provincial nobility, distant descendants of former royal princes and princesses ...
laws relating to the government of the seasons and the stars presented no ...
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Sozomen as Author.
... dependent on the arrangement of the stars, what was ... alone suffices for the salvation
of princes; and that ... 8. A final and subordinate aim is the development of ...
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The Iranian Conquest
... all the ancient nations of Western Asia"the stars, Sirius, the ... from time to time
to the princes of Iran ... the other gods together in a subordinate and anonymous ...
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The Hebrews and the Philistines --Damascus
... of money."They fought from heaven,"the stars in their ... called to account by the other
princes (1 Samuel ... afterwards to remain in a subordinate capacity among ...
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Torrey's Topical TextbookDaniel 8:10
And it waxed great, even to the host of heaven; and it cast down some of the host and of the stars to the ground, and stamped on them.Torrey's Topical Textbook
And the fourth angel sounded, and the third part of the sun was smitten, and the third part of the moon, and the third part of the stars; so as the third part of them was darkened, and the day shone not for a third part of it, and the night likewise.
Torrey's Topical Textbook
Stars of the Deliverer
Stars: Constellations of
Stars: Created by God
Stars: Crown of Twelve Stars
Stars: Darkening of
Stars: Differ in Splendor
Stars: Falling of
Stars: Seven Stars of the Seven Congregations
Stars: The Morning Star
Stars: Worship of, Forbidden
The Stars of Angels
The Stars of Christ
The Stars of Ministers
The Stars of Princes and Subordinate Governors
The Stars: (Bright and Morning Star) of Christ
The Stars: (Morning Star) of Glory to be Given to Faithful Saints
The Stars: (Setting the Nest Amongst) Pride and Carnal Security
The Stars: (Shining of) the Reward of Faithful Ministers
The Stars: (Wandering) False Teachers
The Stars: (Withdrawing Their Light) Severe Judgments
The Stars: Appear After Sunset
The Stars: Appear of Different Magnitudes
The Stars: Arcturus
The Stars: Astrology and Star-Gazing Practised by the Babylonians
The Stars: Called: Stars of Heaven
The Stars: Called: Stars of Light
The Stars: Called: The Host of Heaven
The Stars: Exhibit the Greatness of God's Power
The Stars: False Gods Frequently Worshipped Under the Representation of
The Stars: God: Appointed to Give Light by Night
The Stars: God: Created
The Stars: God: Established, for Ever
The Stars: God: Numbers and Names
The Stars: God: Obscures
The Stars: God: Set, in the Firmament of Heaven
The Stars: Idolaters Worshipped
The Stars: Impure in the Sight of God
The Stars: Infinite in Number
The Stars: Made to Praise God
The Stars: Mazzaroth
The Stars: Morning Star
The Stars: One of Extraordinary Brightness Appeared at Christ's Birth
The Stars: Orion
The Stars: Pleiades
The Stars: Punishment for Worshipping
The Stars: Revolve in Fixed Orbits
The Stars: Shine in the Firmament of Heaven
The Stars: The Israelites Forbidden to Worship
The Stars: Use of, in Navigation, Alluded To
The Stars: when Grouped Together Called Constellations
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