The Power of Assyria at Its Zenith; Esarhaddon and Assur-Bani-Pal
... in 675 BC, had taught the inhabitants to respect the power of Assyria; but ... at the
opposite extremity of his empire, fell unexpectedly upon Babylon, and pushing ...
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The Roman Conflagration and the Neronian Persecution.
... Formerly a restraining power that kept back for a ... of incendiaries; but only the cruel
ingenuity of ... the name of "Christians."  The name "Babylon"  for ...
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Protest and Agony. (I, iv. 10, 19, vi. 11, xi. 18-xii. 6, xv. 10 ...
... Of Shemaiah, who wrote of the captives in Babylon letters of a ... And deliver thee I
shall from the power of the wicked, 21 From the hand of the cruel redeem thee ...
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Book Two He Concentrates Here on his Sixteenth Year, a Year of ...
... had already fled out of the midst of Babylon  and ... The sense of touch has its
own power to please ... said that he was gratuitously wicked and cruel, there is ...
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Three Names High on the Muster-Roll
... image was intended to represent the power of Nebuchadnezzar ... he chose, no mighty man
of Babylon could ever ... But though there is something cruel about mocking, it ...
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Scriptures Showing the Sin and Danger of Joining with Wicked and ...
... of these many warnings to go out of Babylon, Jeremiah 50 ... But the King of kings shall
send a cruel messenger, he ... with wicked men, when they have power, that they ...
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... efforts to heathenize him during his captivity in Babylon? ... glowed there with pristine
freshness and power amid all ... that has been left by its cruel parents to ...
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The Seven Trumpets.
... by the river Euphrates to the city of Babylon; which was ... The cruel kingdom of the
Turks, which arose out of the ... it is not to equal the Roman in power, and has ...
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How the Bishop is to Treat the Innocent, the Guilty, and the ...
... who casts off an innocent person is more cruel than he ... fetters of brass, and brought
him to Babylon; and he ... all men fear and tremble before Thy power; for the ...
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The Sibylline Oracles.
...  The cruel persecution of ... from heaven and dry up the sea, and consume "Babylon"
itself and ... Antichrist, or Nero redivivus, who will have such power as was ...
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Torrey's Topical TextbookIsaiah 14:17
That made the world as a wilderness, and destroyed the cities thereof; that opened not the house of his prisoners?Torrey's Topical Textbook
I was wroth with my people, I have polluted my inheritance, and given them into your hand: you did show them no mercy; on the ancient have you very heavily laid your yoke.
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Behold, I am against you, O destroying mountain, said the LORD, which destroy all the earth: and I will stretch out my hand on you, and roll you down from the rocks, and will make you a burnt mountain.
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For, see, I raise up the Chaldeans, that bitter and hasty nation, which shall march through the breadth of the land, to possess the dwelling places that are not their's.
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Babylon in the New Testament
Babylon in the Old Testament
Babylon was Called: Desert of the Sea
Babylon was Called: Lady of Kingdoms
Babylon was Called: Land of Merathaim
Babylon was Called: Land of Shinar
Babylon was Called: Land of the Chaldeans
Babylon was Called: Sheshach
Babylon with Media and Persia Divided by Darius 120 Provinces
Babylon: A Type of Antichrist
Babylon: Ambassadors of, Sent to Hezekiah
Babylon: Armies of, Described
Babylon: As a Power Was: An Instrument of God's Vengeance on Other Nations
Babylon: As a Power Was: Arrogant
Babylon: As a Power Was: Covetous
Babylon: As a Power Was: Cruel and Destructive
Babylon: As a Power Was: Grand and Stately
Babylon: As a Power Was: Oppressive
Babylon: As a Power Was: Secure and Self-Confident
Babylon: Babylon the Capital of Called Babylon the Great
Babylon: Babylon the Capital of Called Beauty of Chaldees
Babylon: Babylon the Capital of Called the City of Merchants
Babylon: Babylon the Capital of Called the Glory of Kingdoms
Babylon: Babylon the Capital of Called the Golden City
Babylon: Babylon the Capital of Enlarged by Nebuchadnezzar
Babylon: Babylon the Capital of Its Antiquity
Babylon: Babylon the Capital of Surrounded With a Great Wall and Fortified
Babylon: Babylon the Chief Province of
Babylon: City of Built by Nimrod
Babylon: City of Capital of the Kingdom of Babylon
Babylon: City of Gates of
Babylon: City of in the Land of Shinar
Babylon: City of Peter Writes From
Babylon: City of Prophecies Concerning
Babylon: City of Splendor of
Babylon: City of Tower of
Babylon: City of Walled
Babylon: Composed of Many Nations
Babylon: Destroyed by the Medes
Babylon: Empire of a Limited Monarchy
Babylon: Empire of Armies of, Invade Ancient Canaan
Babylon: Empire of At the Time of Ahasuerus
Babylon: Empire of Called Land of Shinar
Babylon: Empire of Colonists From, Sent to Samaria
Babylon: Empire of Conquest of Egypt By
Babylon: Empire of Divisions of
Babylon: Empire of Extent of, at the Time of Nebuchadnezzar
Babylon: Empire of Founded by Nimrod
Babylon: Empire of Jews Carried To
Babylon: Empire of Judah
Babylon: Empire of Merathaim
Babylon: Empire of Prophecies of Conquests By
Babylon: Empire of Prophetic Denunciations Against
Babylon: Empire of Samaria
Babylon: Empire of Sheshach
Babylon: Empire of Tyrannical
Babylon: Formerly a Part of Mesopotamia
Babylon: Founded by the Assyrians, and a Part of Their Empire
Babylon: Governed by Kings
Babylon: Grief of the Jews In
Babylon: Inhabitants of Addicted to Magic
Babylon: Inhabitants of Idolatrous
Babylon: Inhabitants of Profane and Sacrilegious
Babylon: Inhabitants of Wicked
Babylon: Languages Spoken In
Babylon: Nebuchadnezzar King of Besieged and Took Jerusalem
Babylon: Nebuchadnezzar King of Besieged Jerusalem
Babylon: Nebuchadnezzar King of Burned Jerusalem
Babylon: Nebuchadnezzar King of Made Jehoiakim Tributary
Babylon: Nebuchadnezzar King of Made Zedekiah King
Babylon: Nebuchadnezzar King of Rebelled Against by Zedekiah
Babylon: Nebuchadnezzar King of Spoiled and Burned the Temple
Babylon: Nebuchadnezzar King of Spoiled the Temple
Babylon: Nebuchadnezzar King of Took Jehoiachin Captive to Babylon
Babylon: Nebuchadnezzar King of Took Zedekiah Captive to Babylon
Babylon: Origin of
Babylon: Origin of the Name
Babylon: Predictions Respecting: Captivity of the Jews By
Babylon: Predictions Respecting: Conquests By
Babylon: Predictions Respecting: Destruction of
Babylon: Predictions Respecting: Perpetual Desolation of
Babylon: Predictions Respecting: Preaching of the Gospel In
Babylon: Predictions Respecting: Restoration of the Jews From
Babylon: Presidents Placed Over
Babylon: Remarkable For: Antiquity
Babylon: Remarkable For: Commerce
Babylon: Remarkable For: Manufacture of Garments
Babylon: Remarkable For: Military Power
Babylon: Remarkable For: National Greatness
Babylon: Remarkable For: Naval Power
Babylon: Remarkable For: Wealth
Babylon: Remarkable For: Wisdom of Senators
Babylon: Represented by a Great Eagle
Babylon: Represented by a Head of Gold
Babylon: Represented by a Lion With Eagle's Wings
Babylon: Restoration of the Jews From
Babylon: Revolt of the Jews From, and Their Punishment Illustrated
Babylon: Situated Beyond the Euphrates
Babylon: The Gospel Preached In
Babylon: The Jews Exhorted to be Subject To, and Settle In
Babylon: Treatment of the Jews In
Babylon: Watered by the Rivers Euphrates and Tigris
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