Christ in the Synagogue at Capernaum. (John, vi. )
... Father, except through him; and describes himself as the true manna from heaven ... To
make the sense of his figurative expressions perfectly clear, he changed the ...
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... Charity is not a figurative precept. ... languishing in Egypt, He brought them out with
all these great signs in their favour; that He fed them with manna in the ...
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Whether Sufficient Reason Can be Assigned for the Ceremonies ...
... Reply to Objection 6: Both literal and figurative reasons may be assigned for the
things ... ark of the testament in which was a golden pot that had manna, and the ...
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The Jew Objects, Why is He Said to have Eaten, if He be God? ...
... that which mortals use"(for, concerning the sustenance of manna which supported ... about
anything, if we are acquainted even slightly with figurative modes of ...
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Institutions of Jesus.
... which came down from heaven: not as your fathers did eat manna, and are ... disciples,
"I am your nourishment""a phrase which, turned in figurative style, became ...
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John xix. 16-18
... of royalty from the Gentiles, and in the wilderness after the manna remembered the ...
is not put without a purpose; but some say that a figurative assertion is ...
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Whether There Can be any Suitable Cause for the Sacraments of the ...
... of the lamb; and a basket of bread, in memory of the manna vouchsafed to ... The figurative
reason of these things was that those who are to be consecrated to the ...
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Letter Xlvi. Paula and Eustochium to Marcella.
... be punished; if the temple was overthrown, it was that its figurative sacrifices
might ... cherubim, the mercy-seat, the ark of the covenant, the manna, Aaron's rod ...
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The Name Children Does not Imply Instruction in Elementary ...
... regard the Lord as preserving consistency in the use of figurative speech, when ... the
Father of all that are generated and regenerated,"as manna, the celestial ...
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John 7:37-38. "Let any Man Come. "
... The very familiarity of the manna makes us think little of it, just as ... the Spirit,
which they that believe on Him should receive." Figurative, undoubtedly, are ...
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Nave's Topical IndexJohn 6:48-51
I am that bread of life.Nave's Topical Index
1 Corinthians 10:3
And did all eat the same spiritual meat;
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He that has an ear, let him hear what the Spirit said to the churches; To him that overcomes will I give to eat of the hidden manna, and will give him a white stone, and in the stone a new name written, which no man knows saving he that receives it.
Nave's Topical Index
Manna: A Golden Pot of, Laid up in the Holiest for a Memorial
Manna: An Omer of, Gathered for Each Person
Manna: Blessedness Given to Saints
Manna: Called: Angel's Food
Manna: Called: Bread from Heaven
Manna: Called: Bread of Heaven
Manna: Called: Corn of Heaven
Manna: Called: God's Manna
Manna: Called: Spiritual Meat
Manna: Ceased when Israel Entered Canaan
Manna: Fell After the Evening Dew
Manna: Gathered Every Morning
Manna: General Scriptures Concerning
Manna: Given for Forty Years
Manna: Given in Answer to Prayer
Manna: Given: As a Sign of Moses's Divine Mission
Manna: Given: As a Test of Obedience
Manna: Given: Through Moses
Manna: Given: To Exhibit God's Glory
Manna: Given: To Humble and Prove Israel
Manna: Given: To Teach That Man Does not Live by Bread Only
Manna: Given: when Israel Murmured for Bread
Manna: He That Gathered Much or Little had Sufficient and Nothing
Manna: Kept Longer than a Day (Except on the Sabbath) Became Corrupt
Manna: Like Coriander Seed
Manna: Like Hoar Frost
Manna: Like in Colour to Bdellium
Manna: Like in Taste to Oil
Manna: Like in Taste to Wafers Made With Honey
Manna: Melted Away by the Sun
Manna: Miraculously Given to Israel for Food in the Wilderness
Manna: None Fell on the Sabbath Day
Manna: Preserved in the Ark of the Testimony
Manna: Previously Unknown
Manna: The Israelites: At First Covetous of
Manna: The Israelites: Counted Inferior to Food of Egypt
Manna: The Israelites: Ground, Made Into Cakes and Baked in Pans
Manna: The Israelites: Loathed
Manna: The Israelites: Punished for Despising
Manna: The Israelites: Punished for Loathing
Manna: Two Portions of, Gathered the Sixth Day on Account of The
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