... His hospitality here receives a full and adequate recompense. ... that the Lord is speaking
through the angel. Lot's delay has made unbending haste a necessity. ...
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The Marvels of Holy Scripture, --Moral and Physical. --Jael's Deed ...
... especially in an ago when the law of hospitality was held ... had been found willing
to throw in their lot with the ... Now I boldly ask you, if the Angel of the Lord ...
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The Testament of Abraham. Version I.
... And the Most High said to the angel, Does my ... and sayest thou, I am the bitter lot
of death ... righteousnesses, and the boundless sea of thy hospitality, and the ...
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Homilies on Galatians and Ephesians.
... Hospitality, to he shown to the poor, 151 ... the Gentiles, 77; his deliverance
from prison by the Angel, 86 ... Poverty the lot of the Christian, 46 ...
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The Letter of the Church of Rome
... thief you went along with him, and you threw in your lot with adulterers ... 
Hospitality is emphasized ... 82] The idea is that each nation has its guardian angel. ...
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Paul in Malta and Rome.
... When the storm arose, an angel was sent to inform ... excited by their sufferings, and
what unaffected hospitality could do ... die in peace; and that the lot of good ...
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The Arabic Gospel of the Infancy of the Saviour (Nt Apocrypha)
... Then appeared an angel of the Lord to Joseph in ... up, and invited them to avail themselves
of her hospitality. ... Then, grieving at their lot, the Lady Mary took up ...
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At the Marriage Feast
... the day when she heard the angel's announcement in ... its absence would seem to indicate
a want of hospitality. ... with grief," had Jesus accepted the lot of humanity ...
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Homilies on Philippians, Colossians, and Thessalonians.
... his reward greater for his not knowing the future, 361; had children, but was
not covetous, 369; his hospitality, ib.; wronged by Lot, ib. ...
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... The declaration that he had "no part nor lot in this ... all that has been done by both
the angel and the ... and not a necessary result of the law of hospitality. ...
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Nave's Topical IndexGenesis 19:1-11
And there came two angels to Sodom at even; and Lot sat in the gate of Sodom: and Lot seeing them rose up to meet them; and he bowed himself with his face toward the ground;Nave's Topical Index
Hospitality: A Test of Christian Character
Hospitality: Abimelech to Abraham
Hospitality: Abraham to the Angels
Hospitality: David to Mephibosheth
Hospitality: Elisha to the Syrian Spies
Hospitality: Encouragement To
Hospitality: General Scriptures Concerning
Hospitality: Isaac to Abimelech
Hospitality: Jethro to Moses
Hospitality: Job to Strangers
Hospitality: Joseph to his Brothers
Hospitality: Laban to Abraham's Servant
Hospitality: Lot to the Angel
Hospitality: Lydia to Paul and Silas
Hospitality: Man of Gibeah to the Levite
Hospitality: Martha to Jesus
Hospitality: Melchizedek to Abraham
Hospitality: Onesiphorus to Paul
Hospitality: People of Melita
Hospitality: Pharaoh to Abraham
Hospitality: Pharaoh to Hadad
Hospitality: Pharaoh to Jacob
Hospitality: Pharisees to Jesus
Hospitality: Phoebe to Paul
Hospitality: Publius to Paul
Hospitality: Rahab to the Spies
Hospitality: Required in Ministers
Hospitality: Rewarded: Rahab's
Hospitality: Rewarded: Widow of Zarephath's
Hospitality: Simon the Tanner to Peter
Hospitality: Sons of Heth to Abraham
Hospitality: Specially to be Shown to Enemies
Hospitality: Specially to be Shown to Strangers
Hospitality: Specially to be Shown to The Poor
Hospitality: The Shunammite Woman to Elisha
Hospitality: The Widow of Zarephath to Elijah
Hospitality: To Jacob
Hospitality: Zacchaeus to Jesus
Inhospitableness: Ammonites and Moabites
Inhospitableness: Men of Gibeah Toward a Levite
Inhospitableness: Nabal Toward David
Inhospitableness: some Samaritans Toward Jesus
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