Incense: Common, not to be offered to God
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Under the Fig-Tree.
... rather unusual or something higher than the common events of ... It was not a fig-tree,
but the fig-tree ... Let my prayer be set forth before thee as incense, and the ...
// to live a holy life/under the fig-tree.htm

Prayers and Praise from a Pure Mind, Ceaselessly Offered, Far ...
... to prayers, having as it were one common voice and ... is the truly sacred altar, and
that incense arising from ... But if any one of the righteous does not burden his ...
/.../clement/the stromata or miscellanies/chapter vi prayers and praise from.htm

Of the Popish Mass. How it not Only Profanes, but Annihilates the ...
... And this is not merely the common opinion of the vulgar ... the Lord promises that "in
every place incense shall be ... For it is not sufficient to hold that Christ is ...
/.../calvin/the institutes of the christian religion/chapter 18 of the popish.htm

How Solomon Removed the Ark into the Temple How He Made ...
... oblations, and burning an immense quantity of incense, and this ... by thee to all men
in common, and that ... heard his prayers; and that he would not only preserve ...
/.../josephus/the antiquities of the jews/chapter 4 how solomon removed.htm

Strange Fire
... an unauthorised time, or offering incense not compounded according ... kindled,' caught
up from some common culinary hearth ... it 'fire which He had not commanded.' So ...
/.../maclaren/expositions of holy scripture k/strange fire.htm

The Altar of Incense
... nonsense if it is meant to say that the incense will be ... Him, like some sweet melody,
'so sweet we know not we are ... when we are in the way of our common life it ...
/.../maclaren/expositions of holy scripture k/the altar of incense.htm

Of the Priesthood of Aaron.
... offered also gifts to God some as common to the ... charger, and a spoon, of ten darics,
full of incense. ... of God, insomuch that the Hebrews did not transgress any ...
/.../josephus/the antiquities of the jews/chapter 8 of the priesthood.htm

In common with the Roman Church, the Greek Church has seven ...
... first vestment, and that which is common to every ... life for which some provision has
not been made ... lie, assumes the Epitrachelion, and burning incense gives the ...
// of the holy eastern church/iii.htm

The Sedition of Corah and of the Multitude against Moses, and ...
... for God, by giving us the same common ancestor, has ... it have been an instance of impiety
not to have ... a censer from home, and come hither with incense and fire ...
/.../josephus/the antiquities of the jews/chapter 2 the sedition of.htm

The Day of Atonement
... thee; no Eliezer, no Phineas, burned incense; there was ... for that day, toiled like
a common Levite, worked ... was offered before the Lord, and was not brought into ...
/.../spurgeon/spurgeons sermons volume 2 1856/the day of atonement.htm

Torrey's Topical Textbook
Exodus 30:9
You shall offer no strange incense thereon, nor burnt sacrifice, nor meat offering; neither shall you pour drink offering thereon.
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Incense by Priests

Incense by Uzziah

Incense for God's Service Mixed With Sweet Spices

Incense in Making Atonement

Incense of an Acceptable Sacrifice

Incense of Praise

Incense of Prayer

Incense used in Idolatrous Worship

Incense: An Article of Extensive Commerce

Incense: Brought from Sheba

Incense: Called Frankincense

Incense: Common, not to be offered to God

Incense: Compounded by Bezaleel

Incense: Designed for Atonement

Incense: Formula for Compounding

Incense: Korah and his Company Punished for offering

Incense: Korah, Dathan, and Abiram

Incense: Levites had Charge of

Incense: Nadab and Abihu Destroyed for offering, With Strange Fire

Incense: None But Priest to offer

Incense: Offered by Nadab and Abihu in an Unauthorized Manner

Incense: Offered by the High Priest in the Most Holy Place on the Day of

Incense: Offered in Censers

Incense: Offered in Idolatrous Worship

Incense: Offered Morning and Evening

Incense: Offered with Fire from off the Altar of Burnt offering

Incense: Offered: Morning and Evening

Incense: Offered: On the Altar of Gold

Incense: Offered: Perpetually

Incense: Offering of, Allotted to the Priests

Incense: On the Golden Altar

Incense: Prayer

Incense: Presented by the Wise Men to Jesus

Incense: Presented to Christ by the Wise Men

Incense: Put on Meat offerings

Incense: Receipt for Mixing

Incense: Symbolical of the Prayers of Saints

Incense: The Jews Prayed at Time of offering

Incense: The Jews: Not Accepted in offering, on Account of Sin

Incense: The Jews: Offered, to Idols on Altars of Brick

Incense: The Jews: Punished for offering, to Idols

Incense: The Merits of Christ

Incense: Uses of

Incense: Uzziah Punished for offering

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