The Guiding Pillar
... For the conception of 'following' the light seems to make it plain that our ... I try
to tread,' need feel or fancy that any possible pillar, floating before the ...
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On Mr. Rudyard Kipling and Making the World Small
... That is the plain, genuine description of what it is; the prose only comes in
with what it is called. The word "pillar-box" is unpoetical. ...
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Lot's Flight from Sodom.
... standing on the plain? Alas! that is Lot's wife; the angel had commanded them that
none were to look back, but she did so, and was turned into a pillar of salt ...
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The Adventures of Saint George of England.
... heart's content, on fricassees and ragouts, washed down by huge draughts of Burgundy
and claret, reached at length a broad plain where stood a brazen pillar. ...
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... thereof Jachin (ie, He shall establish): and he set up the left pillar, and called ...
of the Church." But we shall prefer to believe God in so plain and literal a ...
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The Swift Destroyer
... on the other, probably we are to think rather of a heap than of a pillar. ... the true
home of the heart, and may leave us unsheltered in the open plain when the ...
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Lot's Escape from a Wicked City
... the plain, with all the people who lived in it and all that grew on the ground.
But Lot's wife, who was following him, looked back, and she became a pillar of ...
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The Wail of a Broken Heart
... for he said, I have no son to keep my name in remembrance; and he called the pillar
after his ... Then Ahimaaz ran by the way of the plain, and overran Cushi.24. ...
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Abraham --The Father of the Faithful.
... upon the wicked cities of the plain, until they became a heap of ashes. Only Lot's
wife looked back to see the burning cities, and she became a pillar of salt. ...
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The Light of the World
... will part, and the journey will be over, and 'the fiery, cloudy pillar,' that 'guided
you ... and, like the mysterious Angel that Joshua saw in the plain by Jericho ...
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International Standard Bible EncyclopediaPlain of the Pillar
PLAIN OF THE PILLAR
('elon mutstsbh; Codex Vaticanus reads pros te balano te heurete tes staseos tes en Sikimois; Codex Alexandrinus omits te heurete, and the second tes): With the Revised Version margin we must read "terebinth of the pillar," the place where the men of Shechem and Beth-millo made Abimelech king (Judges 9:6). This was one of the sacred trees of which there seem to have been several near Shechem. See MEONENIM, OAK OF. "The pillar" may possibly have been the great stone which Joshua set up "under the oak that was by the sanctuary of Yahweh" (Joshua 24:26).
Smith's Bible DictionaryPlain of The Pillar
or rather "oak of the pillar" (that being the real signification of the Hebrew word elon), a tree which stood near Shechem and at which the men of Shechem and the house of Millo assembled to crown Abimelech the son of Gideon. (Judges 9:6)
Plain Of Esdraelon
Plain of Moab
Plain of The Pillar
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