Palaces: The Spider Makes Its Way Even Into
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Striking Similes
... Its temples and its palaces did seem like fabrics of ... Death, who rides upon a thought,
and makes his way ... Philosophy evolved itself, like a vast spider's loom. ...
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A Homily for Humble Folks
... Have also a holy courage like the spider who is in king's palaces. ... being hidden away
in a barn or a cottage; she pays a visit to Solomon and makes her abode ...
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The Gospel Cordial
... If he ever makes any difference in his treatment of ... which "are exceeding wise." He
said, "The spider taketh hold ... her hands, and is in kings' palaces." It may be ...
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The Church of Christ
... There is a spider on the wall; but he taketh hold on kings' palaces, and spinneth ...
And it never will cease, when God once makes the places round about his ...
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On Clothes.
... The subjoined expression makes the meaning plain. ... is produced, as the spider's thread
from the spider. ... apparel and luxury are in earthly palaces." [1534] He ...
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Christ's First and Last Subject
... is a remarkable fact that the law itself makes no provision ... If you were to compel
him to enter its palaces he would ... whom thou hast taken like a spider in thy ...
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"Boast not Thyself of to Morrow, for Thou Knowest not what a Day ...
... but to many it is no better than a spider's web ... This makes a man the greatest slave
and captive, so that ... the ports of all cities, and the gates of all palaces. ...
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The Resurrection of the Dead, and Eternal Judgment:
... This is the doctrine I say, which makes me fear to offend ... the members of the body
are used this way, and also sometimes that, to accomplish its most filthy ...
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A Defence of the Doctrine of Justification, by Faith in Jesus ...
... moon by barking at her; or make palaces contemptible by ... Wherefore the holiness that
hath its original from us ... are neither good nor evil; and so makes things not ...
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The Pilgrim's Progress
... and that which makes my grief the more heavy is ... Then said the Interpreter again,
'The spider taketh hold with ... as you see), and is in kings' palaces' (Prov.30:28 ...
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Proverbs 30:28
The spider takes hold with her hands, and is in kings' palaces.
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Palaces of Kings: Called the House of the Kingdom

Palaces of Kings: Called the King's House

Palaces of Kings: Called the King's Palace

Palaces of Kings: Called the Royal House

Palaces of Kings: Contained Treasures of the King

Palaces of Kings: Gorgeous Apparel Suited To, Alone

Palaces of Kings: Often Attended by Eunuchs As Servants

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Palaces of Kings: Royal Decrees Laid up In

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Palaces: Jerusalem Celebrated For

Palaces: Often As Punishment: Burned With Fire

Palaces: Often As Punishment: Desolate

Palaces: Often As Punishment: Forsaken

Palaces: Often As Punishment: Overgrown With Thorns

Palaces: Often As Punishment: Scenes of Bloodshed

Palaces: Often As Punishment: Spoiled

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Palaces: Polished

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Palaces: The Splendour of the Church

Palaces: The Term Applied to Houses of Great Men

Palaces: The Term Applied to Residences of Kings

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