Torrey's Topical TextbookActs 14:13
Then the priest of Jupiter, which was before their city, brought oxen and garlands to the gates, and would have done sacrifice with the people.Torrey's Topical Textbook
... when first greeted as gods, or the gates of the ... who had been prominent in the idolatrous
proceedings felt ... several Churches in each of these cities, and that ...
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Paul and Barnabas in Lystra.
... places of concourse; in the streets of cities, in the ... an argument in favour of their
own idolatrous religion ... brought oxen and garlands unto the gates, and would ...
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Covenanting Enforced by the Grant of Covenant Signs and Seals.
... might not associate with them in their idolatrous rites, but be ... then shall there
enter into the gates of this ... And they shall come from the cities of Judah, and ...
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Knox's Writings from Abroad: Beginning of the Scottish Revolution ...
... England deserved an idol, and an idolatrous idol, for ... Thus, in Deuteronomy, cities
which serve "other gods," or ... a paper to be affixed upon the gates and posts ...
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The Persecutions of the Church.
... was made throughout the streets of the cities, and men ... The city gates were guarded
that none might escape ... water or the wine employed in idolatrous worship, that ...
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... that which gave being to the cities destroyed before ... emperors stand barefoot at their
gates; they have ... there was such a superstitious, idolatrous, bloody people ...
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Tiglath-Pileser iii. And the Organisation of the Assyrian Empire ...
... what we are told of idolatrous practices in Judah under ... Borsippa, Kuta, Kishu, Dilbat,
and Uruk, "cities without peer ... the town threw open its gates before him.*. ...
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Of Antichrist, and his Ruin: and of the Slaying the Witnesses.
... Therefore, as all the religious rites and ceremonies ... was such a superstitious,
idolatrous, bloody people ... a wilderness, and destroyed the cities thereof; that ...
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... the Gentiles, and make the desolate cities to be ... condition, shall certainly stand;
'The gates of hell ... Her confronting idolatrous nations is therefore a sign of ...
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The Last Days of the Old Eastern World
... The cities which had hitherto hesitated to join them, now espoused their cause ... one
after another; Kyme and Clazomenae next opened their gates; the Carians were ...
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Gates of Christ
Gates of Cities
Gates of Cities: Battering Rams Used Against
Gates of Cities: Chief Places of Concourse
Gates of Cities: Chief Points of Attack in War
Gates of Cities: Conferences Held At
Gates of Cities: Councils of State Held At
Gates of Cities: Courts of Justice Held At
Gates of Cities: Criminals Punished At
Gates of Cities: Custom of Sitting At, in the Evening, Alluded To
Gates of Cities: Experienced officers Placed Over
Gates of Cities: Idolatrous Rites Performed At
Gates of Cities: Land Redeemed At
Gates of Cities: Land Sold At
Gates of Cities: Markets Held At
Gates of Cities: Often Razed and Burned
Gates of Cities: Proclamations Made At
Gates of Cities: Public Censure Passed At
Gates of Cities: Public Commendation Given At
Gates of Cities: Shut at Night-Fall
Gates of Cities: Troops Reviewed At, Going to War
Gates of Death
Gates of Hell
Gates of Jerusalem: Corner Gate
Gates of Jerusalem: Dung Gate
Gates of Jerusalem: Fish Gate
Gates of Jerusalem: Gate of Ephraim
Gates of Jerusalem: Gate of Miphkad
Gates of Jerusalem: Gate of the Fountain
Gates of Jerusalem: High Gate of Benjamin
Gates of Jerusalem: Horse Gate
Gates of Jerusalem: Old Gate
Gates of Jerusalem: Sheep Gate
Gates of Jerusalem: Valley Gate
Gates of Jerusalem: Water Gate
Gates of Righteousness
Gates of Salvation
Gates of the Gospel
Gates of the Grave
Gates of the People of a City
Gates of the Powers of Hell (Hades)
Gates of the Temple: Called Gates of Righteousness
Gates of the Temple: Called Gates of the Lord
Gates of the Temple: Called Gates of Zion
Gates of the Temple: Charge of, Given by Lot
Gates of the Temple: Frequented by Beggars
Gates of the Temple: Levites the Porters of
Gates of the Temple: One Specially Beautiful
Gates of the Temple: Overlaid With Gold
Gates of the Temple: The Pious Israelites Delighted to Enter
Gates of the Temple: The Treasury Placed At
Gates: (Of Heaven) Access to God
Gates: (Of Hell) Satan's Power
Gates: (Of the Grave) Death
Gates: (Strait) the Entrance to Life
Gates: (Wide) the Entrance to Ruin
Gates: Bodies of Criminals Exposed to View At
Gates: Carcase of Sin-Offering Burned Without
Gates: Closed at Night
Gates: Closed on the Sabbath
Gates: Conferences on Public Affairs
Gates: Criminals Generally Punished Without
Gates: Design of
Gates: Double Doors
Gates: Fastened With Bars of Iron
Gates: Guards At
Gates: Holding Courts of Justice
Gates: Jails Made in the Towers of
Gates: Made of Brass
Gates: Made of Iron
Gates: Made of Wood
Gates: Made to Camps
Gates: Made to Cities
Gates: Made to Houses
Gates: Made to Palaces
Gates: Made to Prisons
Gates: Made to Rivers
Gates: Made to Temples
Gates: Often Two-Leaved
Gates: Place for Public Concourse
Gates: Punishment of Criminals Outside of
Gates: Religious Services Held At
Gates: The Law Read At
Gates: The Open Square of, a Place for Idlers
Gates: The Place for the Transaction of Public Business, Announcement of Legal Transactions
Gates: Thrones of Kings At
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