From the Close of the General Conference of 1836 to the ...
... his servant to shine in those borrowed rays reflected upon him from the "Sun of
righteousness.". ... it from these exceptions which have frequently been made ...
/.../chapter 14 from the close.htm
... originally written in Sumerian or in the Semitic tongue has frequently been discussed ...
ice covers the marshes, to disappear under the first rays of the sun.*. ...
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the Legendary History of Egypt
... him to retreat at the sight of thy rays." On learning ... possessed one of the rods of
the Sun-god, also ... all the sacred archives, we should frequently find them ...
/.../chapter iii -the legendary history of.htm
Washed to Greater Foulness
... The rays of the sun are, however ... Sudden death is an occasional fact, but more frequently
the saints are peacefully welcomed to the realms above; so in the ...
/.../spurgeon/spurgeons sermons volume 32 1886/washed to greater foulness.htm
Letter to a Young Widow.
... but in lustre of another kind, and splendour outshining the rays of the sun. ... whereas
those which never even entered the mind have frequently come to pass ...
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Additional Evidences of Christianity, and Reflections on the Whole ...
... when disputing with the Jews, did frequently argue from ... God of nature, for lighting
up the sun, that glorious ... to gild the earth with its various rays, to cheer ...
/.../the evidences of christianity/additional evidences of christianity and.htm
Jesus in the Garden of Olives.
... walked along with her head veiled, and her arms frequently stretched forth ... and this
unity in diversity was produced by the rays of one single Sun, by the ...
/.../the dolorous passion of our lord jesus christ/chapter i jesus in the.htm
Tenth Proposition of Arminius.
... is introduced here, and which will be frequently introduced whenever ... it has light
borrowed from the sun, while it ... at the same time with his soul, rays also of ...
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The Sibylline Oracles.
... failing in mid-day, and the moon's rays falling on ... places them on the Altar of the
Sun, and returns ... emblem of the Christian faith so frequently sculptured on ...
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Answer to Eunomius' Second Book .
... to show this in the case of human capacity alone ... their magnitude, and the specialities
of their rays, their risings ... changes, the motion of the sun midway within ...
/.../gregory of nyssa dogmatic treatises etc/answer to eunomius second book.htm
Torrey's Topical Textbook2 Kings 4:18-20
And when the child was grown, it fell on a day, that he went out to his father to the reapers.Torrey's Topical Textbook
The sun shall not smite you by day, nor the moon by night.
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They shall not hunger nor thirst; neither shall the heat nor sun smite them: for he that has mercy on them shall lead them, even by the springs of water shall he guide them.
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Sun: Diurnal Motion of
Sun: Does not Shine in Heaven
Sun: Kings of Judah Dedicate Horses To
Sun: Miracles Concerning: Darkening of
Sun: Rising and Setting of
Sun: Shadow of Went Back on the Sun-Dial of Ahaz
Sun: Stood Still
Sun: Worship of, Forbidden
Tanning: General Scriptures Concerning
The Sun of Christ's Coming
The Sun of God's Favour
The Sun of Supreme Rulers
The Sun of the Glory of Christ
The Sun: (Before or in Sight of) of Public Ignominy
The Sun: (Darkened) of Severe Calamities
The Sun: (Going Down at Noon) of Premature Destruction
The Sun: (Its Brightness) of the Future Glory of Saints
The Sun: (Its Clearness) of the Purity of the Church
The Sun: (Its Power) of the Triumph of Saints
The Sun: (No More Going Down) of Perpetual Blessedness
The Sun: Called the Greater Light
The Sun: Clearness of Its Light Alluded To
The Sun: Compared to a Bridegroom Coming Forth from his Chamber
The Sun: Compared to a Strong Man Rejoicing to Run a Race
The Sun: Diffuses Light and Heat to all the Earth
The Sun: God: Appointed to Divide Seasons
The Sun: God: Appointed to Rule the Day
The Sun: God: Causes to Know Its Time of Setting
The Sun: God: Causes, to Rise Both on Evil and Good
The Sun: God: Created
The Sun: God: Exercises Sovereign Power Over
The Sun: God: Placed in the Firmament
The Sun: Indicates the Hours of the Day by the Shadow on the Dial
The Sun: Made to Praise and Glorify God
The Sun: Miracles Connected With: Darkened at the Crucifixion
The Sun: Miracles Connected With: Shadow Put Back on the Dial
The Sun: Miracles Connected With: Standing Still for a Whole Day in the Valley of Ajalon
The Sun: The Jews: Commenced Their Day With the Rising of
The Sun: The Jews: Commenced Their Evening With the Setting of
The Sun: The Jews: Consecrated Chariots and Horses, As Symbols of
The Sun: The Jews: Expressed the East by Rising of
The Sun: The Jews: Expressed the West by Setting of
The Sun: The Jews: Expressed the Whole Earth By, from Rising of, to Setting of
The Sun: The Jews: Forbidden to Worship
The Sun: The Jews: Made Images of
The Sun: The Jews: Worshipped
The Sun: The Power and Brilliancy of Its Rising Alluded To
The Sun: The Rays of Change the Colour of the Skin
The Sun: The Rays of Frequently Destructive to Human Life
The Sun: The Rays of Pleasant to Man
The Sun: The Rays of Produce and Ripen Fruits
The Sun: The Rays of Soften and Melt some Substances
The Sun: The Rays of Wither and Burn up the Herbs of the Field
The Sun: Worshippers of, Turned Their Faces Towards the East
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