Garments: Girdle
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Concerning the Garments of the Priests, and of the High Priest.
... 4. The high priest is indeed adorned with the same garments that we have ... in our language
it is called Meeir,] and is tied round with a girdle, embroidered with ...
/.../josephus/the antiquities of the jews/chapter 7 concerning the garments.htm

The Slave's Girdle
... The second thought here is, What we are to wear the apron or girdle for? ... You remember
that Jesus laid aside His garments, and took a towel, and girded Himself ...
/.../maclaren/expositions of holy scripture ephesians peter/the slaves girdle.htm

Of the Perfect Stripping of the Soul which is United to God's Will ...
... at the angel's command. He puts on his girdle, then his sandals, and afterwards
the rest of his garments. And the glorious S. Paul ...
/.../francis/treatise on the love of god/chapter xvi of the perfect.htm

The Crucifixion.
... and part { ^a parted ^c parting} ^b his garments among them, casting { ^c they cast}
lots. ^b upon them, what each should take. [The sandals, girdle, outer robe ...
/.../mcgarvey/the four-fold gospel/cxxxiii the crucifixion 2.htm

October the Nineteenth Ready!
... binds the loose attire together with a girdle, and makes it firm and compact about
his body. And loose principles can be more dangerous than loose garments. ...
/.../my daily meditation for the circling year/october the nineteenth ready.htm

The Crucifixion.
... The soldiers parted the garments of Jesus among them, each of the four taking what
he needed or fancied"turban, shoes, girdle, or under-coat; while for the ...
/.../dods/the expositors bible the gospel of st john vol ii/xxi the crucifixion.htm

On Clothes.
... of the dye wear away the wool, and render the fabrics of the garments weak; and ... Elias
used a sheepskin mantle, and fastened the sheepskin with a girdle made of ...
/.../clement/the instructor paedagogus/chapter xi name clothes.htm

Devout Customs and Usages
... These are festival garments. ... placed upon our Saviour; the amice, the cloth with which
He was blindfolded by the Jews; the stole, maniple, and girdle, the cords ...
/.../regester/the worship of the church/devout customs and usages.htm

The Funeral Pile is Erected.
... And when the funeral pile was ready, Polycarp, laying aside all his garments, and
loosing his girdle, sought also to take off his sandals,"a thing he was not ...
/.../smyrna/the martyrdom of the holy polycarp/chapter xiii the funeral pile is.htm

Again the Council of the Covenant was in Session. ...
... to make sure of its owner, he drew his dagger and cut the girdle in twain ... Again he
heard a rustle of garments in the dark chamber, and, also, a stealthy and ...
// 20 again the council.htm

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1 Samuel 18:4
And Jonathan stripped himself of the robe that was on him, and gave it to David, and his garments, even to his sword, and to his bow, and to his girdle.
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Acts 21:11
And when he was come to us, he took Paul's girdle, and bound his own hands and feet, and said, Thus said the Holy Ghost, So shall the Jews at Jerusalem bind the man that ownes this girdle, and shall deliver him into the hands of the Gentiles.
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Garments of Israel Preserved for Forty Years

Garments of the Poor used As a Covering by Night

Garments of the Poor: Not to be Retained in Pledge

Garments of the Poor: Provided Specially by God

Garments of the Poor: Vile

Garments of the Rich of the Finest Materials

Garments of the Rich: Embroidered

Garments of the Rich: Gay

Garments of the Rich: Gorgeous

Garments of the Rich: Multiplied and Heaped Up

Garments of the Rich: Often Moth-Eaten

Garments of the Rich: Perfumed

Garments of the Sexes, not to be Interchanged

Garments of Those Slain With a Sword not Used

Garments were often Changed

Garments were often Fringed and Bordered

Garments: (Rolled in Blood) Victory

Garments: (Washed in Wine) Abundance

Garments: (White) Righteousness

Garments: Bonnet or Hat

Garments: Burnouse or Cloak

Garments: Called: Clothes

Garments: Called: Clothing

Garments: Called: Raiment

Garments: Called: Vesture

Garments: Cleansed by Water from Ceremonial Uncleanness

Garments: Colours of, Mentioned: Blue

Garments: Colours of, Mentioned: Different Colours

Garments: Colours of, Mentioned: Purple

Garments: Colours of, Mentioned: Scarlet

Garments: Colours of, Mentioned: White

Garments: Girdle

Garments: Girt up During Employment

Garments: Given As a Token of Covenants

Garments: Given As Presents

Garments: Grew Old and Wore Out

Garments: Hyke or Upper Garment

Garments: Liable to Plague and Leprosy

Garments: Materials Used for Camel's Hair

Garments: Materials Used for Linen

Garments: Materials Used for Sackcloth

Garments: Materials Used for Silk

Garments: Materials Used for Skins

Garments: Materials Used for Wool

Garments: Not to be Made of Mixed Materials

Garments: Often Rent in Affliction

Garments: Origin of

Garments: Scribes and Pharisees Condemned for Making Broad the Borders

Garments: Shoe or Sandal

Garments: Tunic or Coat

Garments: Vail

Garments: Worn Long and Flowing

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