Bread: (Of Idleness) Sloth
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Proverbs 31:27
She looks well to the ways of her household, and eats not the bread of idleness.
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The Hedge of Thorns and the Plain Way
... second observation is this: if we avoid sloth we have ... it had been sufficient to shake
off idleness and become ... sit up late, and to eat the bread of carefulness ...
/.../ on proverbs/the hedge of thorns and.htm

One Lion Two Lions no Lion at All
... he is in business on his own account, idleness is usually a ... the true faith bids every
man eat his own bread. ... men must work, or find disease and death in sloth. ...
// on proverbs/one lion two lions no.htm

The Late Work of God in North America
... 14. And is not idleness naturally joined with "fullness of bread?" Doth
not sloth easily spring from luxury? It did so here in an ...
/.../wesley/sermons on several occasions/sermon 131 the late work.htm

On Redeeming the Time
... who are not obliged to work for our bread lie till ... It breeds and continually increases
sloth, so often objected to ... person who is a slave to this idleness is in ...
/.../wesley/sermons on several occasions/sermon 93 on redeeming the.htm

Letter viii. Public and Social Worship, and Sabbath Employments.
... you think, to see a child throwing away the bread his mother ... There is no room, then,
for the indulgence of idleness, indolence, or sloth, upon the ...
/.../letter viii public and social.htm

Matt. x. 34
... there come to thee a poor man wanting bread, there is ... not as making a law in favor
of idleness, far from ... earnestly wishing all to be employed; for sloth is the ...
/.../chrysostom/homilies on the gospel of saint matthew/homily xxxv matt x 34.htm

2 Thessalonians iii. 5-Mar
... may not by these means lead them to sloth, and lest ... "That they may eat their own
bread," says he ... ourselves from one who was only supported in idleness, how much ...
/.../homily v 2 thessalonians iii.htm

Rom. viii. 12, 13
... Dost thou not shudder, man, and blush to call him an impostor for bread? ... and take
so over exact an account of him, accusing him of idleness and sloth? ...
/.../chrysostom/homilies on acts and romans/homily xiv rom viii 12.htm

A Discourse of the Building, Nature, Excellency, and Government of ...
... If that be true, man doth not live by bread, He that has nothing else, must needs
be dead; Take bread for what can ... Not that the sloth Of idleness should be ...
/.../bunyan/the works of john bunyan volumes 1-3/a discourse of the building.htm

The Nuns of the Primitive Church
... for the purpose of making the youthful saint some bread. ... Yet, idleness on the part
of its subjects was far from ... Sloth was not possible with them; for they were ...
/.../brittain/women of early christianity/vi the nuns of the.htm



Bread by Idolaters

Bread in Times of Scarcity, Sold by Weight

Bread of Christ

Bread was Baked in Ovens

Bread was Baked: On Coals of Fire

Bread was Baked: On Hearths

Bread was Formed Into: Cakes

Bread was Formed Into: Loaves

Bread was Formed Into: Wafers

Bread was Kneaded

Bread with Water, the Food of Prisons

Bread: (Eating Without Scarceness) of Plenty

Bread: (Fulness of) of Abundance

Bread: (Of Adversity) Heavy Affliction

Bread: (Of Deceit) Unlawful Gain

Bread: (Of Idleness) Sloth

Bread: (Of Tears) Sorrow

Bread: (Of Wickedness) Oppression

Bread: (Partaking of) Communion of Saints

Bread: (Seeking of Begging) Extreme Poverty

Bread: (Want of) Extreme Poverty

Bread: (When Broken) the Death of Christ

Bread: Barley

Bread: Broken for Use

Bread: Called the Staff of Life

Bread: Christ

Bread: Corn Ground for Making

Bread: Crumb of, Used to Wipe the Fingers, Thrown Under the Table

Bread: Figurative

Bread: First Fruit of, offered to God

Bread: Given by God

Bread: How Prepared in Pans

Bread: How Prepared: Baked in Ovens

Bread: How Prepared: Cakes

Bread: How Prepared: Cracknels

Bread: How Prepared: Honey

Bread: How Prepared: Kneaded

Bread: How Prepared: Made Into Loaves

Bread: How Prepared: Mixed With Oil

Bread: How Prepared: On Coals

Bread: How Prepared: On Coals of Dung

Bread: How Prepared: On Hearths

Bread: How Prepared: Wafers

Bread: Kept in Baskets

Bread: Kinds of Bread of Affliction

Bread: Kinds of Leavened (Made With Yeast)

Bread: Kinds of Unleavened (Made Without Yeast)

Bread: Made by Men

Bread: Made by Women

Bread: Made of Barley

Bread: Made of Beans, Millet

Bread: Made of Manna (In the Wilderness)

Bread: Made of Wheat

Bread: Made of Wheat Flour

Bread: Making of, a Trade

Bread: Manna

Bread: Meal

Bread: Multitudes Miraculously Fed by Christ With

Bread: Nutritious and Strengthening

Bread: Offered With Sacrifices

Bread: Often Given As a Present

Bread: Often Put for the Whole Substance of Man

Bread: Ordinary, Called Common Bread

Bread: Placed on Table of Shew Bread

Bread: Plenty of, Promised to the Obedient

Bread: Publicly Sold

Bread: Sacred, Called Hallowed Bread

Bread: Sacrificed

Bread: Scarceness of, Sent As a Punishment

Bread: Served Round After Funerals

Bread: Sometimes Unleavened

Bread: Symbolical of the Body of Christ

Bread: The Principal Food Used by the Ancients

Bread: Traffic In

Bread: Troughs Used for Kneading

Bread: Usually Leavened

Bread: when Old, Dry and Mouldy

Bread: Yielded by the Earth


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