The Camel of the Rich Adorned With Chains
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Woes on the Pharisees
... It has appealed to both the rich and the poor ... guides, which strain at a gnat, and
swallow a camel.". ... built the tombs of the prophets, and adorned their sepulchers ...
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The Nile and Egypt
... hundred years before our era; the camel still later. ... did not prevent them from making
rich marriages when ... with which priests and princes adorned themselves on ...
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Ancient Chaldaea
... the land, whose uniform soil consists of rich, stiff, heavy ... the ass of the East,"
and the camel by other ... he put on his white garments, he adorned himself with ...
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The Acceptable Sacrifice;
... death, and leaveth men in the chains of their ... All which are expressions adorned with
such similitudes, as ... counted a peradventure of mercy more rich, more worth ...
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The Memphite Empire
... goats or sheep, but the horse and camel were unknown ... in the sides of the hills rich
metalliferous veins ... on his breast a golden pectoral, adorned with precious ...
/.../chapter iithe memphite empire.htm

Memoir of John Bunyan
... Thus were blessings in rich abundance showered down upon the church by the
instrumentality ... ill at ease; at times the clanking of Satan's slavish chains in which ...
/.../bunyan/the works of john bunyan volumes 1-3/memoir of john bunyan.htm

The Iranian Conquest
... some cases considerable dimensions, or in pavilion-shaped edifices of stone adorned
with columns ... the most efficacious, but an ox, a cow, a sheep, a camel, an ass ...
/.../chapter ithe iranian conquest.htm

The Medes and the Second Chaldaean Empire
... sheep, goat, dog, and dromedary, and the camel with two ... short, Media was large enough
and rich enough to ... throughout its whole length by several chains of hills ...
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Period I: the Imperial State Church of the Undivided Empire, or ...
A Source Book for Ancient Church History. <. ...
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Judges 8:21,26
Then Zebah and Zalmunna said, Rise you, and fall on us: for as the man is, so is his strength. And Gideon arose, and slew Zebah and Zalmunna, and took away the ornaments that were on their camels' necks.
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Camel: Docility of

Camel: Forbidden As Food

Camel: Hair of, Made Into Cloth

Camel: Herds of

Camel: Ornaments of

Camel: Stables For

Camel: Uses of Drawing Chariots

Camel: Uses of for Carrying Burdens

Camel: Uses of for Cavalry

Camel: Uses of for Milk

Camel: Uses of for Riding

Camel: Uses of Posts

The Camel of the Rich Adorned With Chains

The Camel used for Carrying Burdens

The Camel used for Conveying Posts and Messengers

The Camel used for Drawing Chariots

The Camel used for Riding

The Camel used for War

The Camel: A Part of Patriarchal Wealth

The Camel: Abounded in the East

The Camel: Characterised by Its Docility

The Camel: Characterised by The Bunches on Its Back

The Camel: Coarse Cloth Made from Its Hair

The Camel: Esteemed a Valuable Booty

The Camel: Found in Deserted Places

The Camel: Furniture of, Alluded To

The Camel: Kept in Numbers by Kings

The Camel: Referred to in Illustrations by Christ

The Camel: Subject to Plagues

The Camel: The Dromedary a Species of, Remarkable for Swiftness

The Camel: Treated With Great Care

The Camel: Unclean

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