... smallest, it is by no means the largest of our herbs. ... Christendom and Christianity
are both supreme, each in its own place and according to its own kind. ...
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The Germination of the Earth.
... owing to these successive accretions that each plant attains ... as well corn as vegetables,
herbs or brushwood. ... have their own origin and their own kind; image of ...
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Commendation of those who had Laid Aside the Practice of Swearing. ...
... the universe, nothing of this kind happens; but each thing remains held as it were
by a kind of bridle ... animals, and plants, and seeds, and herbs, that preserve ...
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... Thus plants were classed according to size as Herbs, Shrubs, and ... It is obvious that
each Kingdom has its own ends and ... is whether they are of such a kind as to ...
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Supposing Him to be the Gardener
... grew common wallflowers and saxifrages, and tiny herbs such as ... Here, kind gardener,
thy poor plant bows itself to ... Each little flower in the garden of the Lord ...
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On the Words, and in one Holy Catholic Church, and in the ...
... Holy Day of salvation, ye shall come on each successive day ... V. 7: "a bird single
in its kind, which they say ... use only of bread, and salt, and herbs, and water ...
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... trees, as they do here on herbs; size, which ... pay them completely for the hospitality
and kind treatment he ... of thinnest transparent white wax, with each a blush ...
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Letter cxxv. To Rusticus.
... crowded cities lived in these on pottage and wild herbs. ... universally well-spoken
of." To this kind of remark I ... you may pretend to confide in each individual as ...
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... Nothing is said of herbs and trees which are not ... were simply natural days of
twenty-four hours each"that they ... less in degree, but similar in kind, to that ...
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Book Twelve the Mode of Creation and the Truth of Scripture. ...
... observable and known entities that it contains." Still another ... their waves will be
broken against each other"and ... has seed in itself after its kind when in ...
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Torrey's Topical TextbookGenesis 1:11,12
And God said, Let the earth bring forth grass, the herb yielding seed, and the fruit tree yielding fruit after his kind, whose seed is in itself, on the earth: and it was so.Torrey's Topical Textbook
Herbs of the Wicked
Herbs were Sometimes Used Instead of Animal Food by Weak Saints
Herbs: (Dew On) of Grace Given to Saints
Herbs: Bitter, Used at Passover
Herbs: Called the Green Herbs
Herbs: Cultivated for Food
Herbs: Cultivated in Gardens
Herbs: Destroyed by Drought
Herbs: Destroyed by Hail and Lightning
Herbs: Destroyed by Locusts
Herbs: Destroyed by Tithable Among the Jews
Herbs: Each Kind of, Contains Its own Seed
Herbs: Found in The Deserts
Herbs: Found in The Fields
Herbs: Found in The Marshes
Herbs: Found in The Mountains
Herbs: Given As Food to Man
Herbs: Given for Food
Herbs: God: Causes to Grow
Herbs: God: Created
Herbs: Mode of Watering, Alluded To
Herbs: Poisonous, not Fit for Man's Use
Herbs: Require Rain Dew
Herbs: Tares or Darnel
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