Strong's Hebrew6279. athar -- to pray, supplicate...
A primitive root (rather denominative from Ether); to burn incense
in worship, ie
Intercede (reciprocally, listen to prayer
) -- intreat, (make) pray(-er). ... /hebrew/6279.htm - 6k
The Incense of Prayer
... VOLUME II: PSALMS LI to CXLV THE INCENSE OF PRAYER. ... Let us look at these two points.
I. The Incense of Prayer. 'Let my prayer come before Thee as incense.'. ...
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The Altar of Incense
... Once more, this altar of incense teaches us that kindled prayer delights God. ... III.
The altar of incense shows us how prayer is to be cultivated. ...
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... Formality starves prayer. Prayer is compared to incense. Let ... sin. The incense
of prayer must be offered upon the altar of a holy heart. ...
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Prayer and Sacrifice Explained by the Similitude of a Perfume ...
... Prayer, according to the testimony of St John, is an incense, whose perfume
rises to God. Therefore it is said in the Revelation (chap. ...
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That we Ought to Give Ourselves to God with Regard to Things Both ...
... spiced graces from the body of prayer have by labour and beating been blended and
refined and intermixed, the fire is needed to unloose the incense and make ...
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Whether Prayer is an Act of Religion?
... On the contrary, It is written (Ps.140:2): "Let my prayer be directed as incense
in Thy sight": and a gloss on the passage says that "it was to signify this ...
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For we Offer Prayer for the Safety of Our Princes to the Eternal.. ...
... costly and noble sacrifice of prayer  despatched from the chaste body, an
unstained soul, a sanctified spirit, not the few grains of incense a farthing ...
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PMH Ware. Call to Prayer.
... is on all below and above, The light of gladness, and life, and love: O, then, on
the breath of this early air, Send upward the incense of grateful prayer. ...
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The Prayer of the Regenerated.
... to pray; and when we have made some progress in the school of prayer, then He ... of
ram and heifer signified the remission of sin; the altar of incense was symbol ...
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For Acceptance in Prayer, and Daily Guidance. --Ps. cxli.
... 220.127.116.11 James Montgomery. For Acceptance in Prayer, and daily Guidance."Psalm
141.p>. Lord, let my prayer like incense rise,. And when I lift my hands to Thee,. ...
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Torrey's Topical TextbookPsalm 141:2
Let my prayer be set forth before you as incense; and the lifting up of my hands as the evening sacrifice.Torrey's Topical Textbook
For from the rising of the sun even to the going down of the same my name shall be great among the Gentiles; and in every place incense shall be offered to my name, and a pure offering: for my name shall be great among the heathen, said the LORD of hosts.
Torrey's Topical Textbook
And when he had taken the book, the four beasts and four and twenty elders fell down before the Lamb, having every one of them harps, and golden vials full of odors, which are the prayers of saints.
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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: 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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