... Museum. Property thus given was hereditary, and privileges were often added to it
which raised the holder to the rank of a petty prince: for instance, no royal ...
/.../chapter iiichaldaean civilization.htm
Seances Historiques De Geneve --The National Church.
... to be founded upon Individualism, fall back themselves, when they become hereditary,
upon the ... Then, again, it has often been appealed to as an evidence of the ...
/.../seances historiques de genevethe national.htm
Tiglath-Pileser iii. And the Organisation of the Assyrian Empire ...
... The reigning prince was hereditary commander-in-chief, but ... decreases, and his language
is often deficient in ... Uzziah is recorded, and where the leprosy by which ...
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The Second Commandment
... As a son catches an hereditary disease from his father ... The leprosy of Naaman shall
cleave unto thee and unto ... you think it a trouble to visit that friend often? ...
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The Temples and the Gods of Chaldaea
... The area described by these cities was often very large, but the population in them
was distributed very unequally; the temples in the different quarters ...
/.../chapter iithe temples and the.htm
The Assyrian Revival and the Struggle for Syria
... them, and an opening was rapidly made, so that in a few days, often in a ... If he did
not actually renounce his hereditary pretensions, he was content to let them ...
/.../chapter ithe assyrian revival and.htm
The Last Days of the Old Eastern World
... were restored to order, and, as was often customary in ... Darius on the throne, possessed
by hereditary right, or ... report that he was attacked by leprosy, and he ...
/.../chapter iithe last days of 2.htm
... seventy years.** In its upper reaches the Euphrates collects a number of small
affluents, the most important of which, the Kara-Su, has often been confounded ...
/.../chapter iancient chaldaea.htm
The Pharisee and the Publican
... Publican's leprosy was outward; but the Pharisee's leprosy was inward ... by the word
to be natural, hereditary, and so ... And hence it is, that we so often read, that ...
/.../bunyan/the pharisee and publican/the pharisee and the publican.htm
A Discourse Upon the Pharisee and the Publican
... True, the Publican's leprosy was outward; but the Pharisee's leprosy was inward:
his heart ... Yea, it seems by the word, to be natural, hereditary, and so common ...
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Torrey's Topical Textbook2 Samuel 3:29
Let it rest on the head of Joab, and on all his father's house; and let there not fail from the house of Joab one that has an issue, or that is a leper, or that leans on a staff, or that falls on the sword, or that lacks bread.Torrey's Topical Textbook
2 Kings 5:27
The leprosy therefore of Naaman shall stick to you, and to your seed for ever. And he went out from his presence a leper as white as snow.
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Leprosy: A Common Disease Among the Jews
Leprosy: An Incurable Disease
Leprosy: Ceremonies at Cleansing of
Leprosy: Christ Gave Power to Heal
Leprosy: Garments: Incurable Infected With, Burned
Leprosy: Garments: Infected With, to Have the Piece First Torn Out
Leprosy: Garments: Suspected of, But not Having, Washed and Pronounced Clean
Leprosy: Garments: Suspected of, Shown to Priest
Leprosy: Garments: Suspected of, Shut up Seven Days
Leprosy: Healed by Jesus
Leprosy: Healed: Disciples Empowered to Heal
Leprosy: Healed: Miriam
Leprosy: Healed: Naaman
Leprosy: Houses: Ceremonies at Cleansing of
Leprosy: Houses: Incurably Infected With, Pulled Down and Removed
Leprosy: Houses: Infected With, Communicated Uncleanness to Everyone Who
Leprosy: Houses: Suspected of, But not Infected, Pronounced Clean
Leprosy: Houses: Suspected of, Emptied
Leprosy: Houses: Suspected of, Inspected by Priest
Leprosy: Houses: Suspected of, Reported to Priest
Leprosy: Houses: Suspected of, Shut up Seven Days
Leprosy: Houses: To Have the Part Infected With, First Removed, and the Rest
Leprosy: Infected: Garments
Leprosy: Infected: Houses
Leprosy: Infected: Men
Leprosy: Infected: Women
Leprosy: Isolation of Lepers
Leprosy: Law Concerning
Leprosy: Leprosy not Mentioned Above: Azariah
Leprosy: Leprosy not Mentioned Above: Four Lepers Outside Samaria
Leprosy: Leprosy not Mentioned Above: Simon
Leprosy: Less Inveterate when It Covered the Whole Body
Leprosy: Often Began With a Bright Red Spot
Leprosy: Often Hereditary
Leprosy: Often Sent As a Punishment for Sin
Leprosy: Parts Affected by The Beard
Leprosy: Parts Affected by The Forehead
Leprosy: Parts Affected by The Hand
Leprosy: Parts Affected by The Head
Leprosy: Parts Affected by The Whole Body
Leprosy: Power of Christ Manifested in Curing
Leprosy: Power of God Manifested in Curing
Leprosy: Sent As a Judgment On: Gehazi
Leprosy: Sent As a Judgment On: Miriam
Leprosy: Sent As a Judgment On: Uzziah
Leprosy: Separate Burial of
Leprosy: The Priests: Examined all Persons Healed of
Leprosy: The Priests: Examined Persons Suspected of
Leprosy: The Priests: had Rules for Distinguishing
Leprosy: The Priests: Judges and Directors in Cases of
Leprosy: The Priests: Shut up Persons Suspected of, Seven Days
Leprosy: Those Afflicted With: Associated Together
Leprosy: Those Afflicted With: Ceremonially Unclean
Leprosy: Those Afflicted With: Cut off from God's House
Leprosy: Those Afflicted With: Dwelt in a Separate House
Leprosy: Those Afflicted With: Excluded from Priest's office
Leprosy: Those Afflicted With: Separated from Intercourse With Others
Leprosy: Those Afflicted With: To Cry Unclean when Approached
Leprosy: Those Afflicted With: To Have Their Heads Bare, Clothes Rent, and Lip Covered
Leprosy: Turned the Hair White or Yellow
Leprosy: Turned the Skin White
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