Torrey's Topical TextbookIsaiah 9:10
The bricks are fallen down, but we will build with hewn stones: the sycomores are cut down, but we will change them into cedars.Torrey's Topical Textbook
For as much therefore as your treading is on the poor, and you take from him burdens of wheat: you have built houses of hewn stone, but you shall not dwell in them; you have planted pleasant vineyards, but you shall not drink wine of them.
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The City of Benares.
... A few temples are built close to the water's edge. ... The buildings are of hewn stone,
and of the most ... Not the houses, however, but the temples, secure the chief ...
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The Sins of Society
... and ye take from him burdens of wheat: ye have built houses of hewn stone, but ye ...
breaking the connection between verses 6 and 8, and itself cut off from ...
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Under Ban of the Ritual
... porters drowsed, and from the continuous wall of houses blankly facing ... aft; the
ponderous cattle barges and freight vessels built of rough-hewn logs; the ...
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... at the bottom, but each course of stones built within the ... They had enormous idols
hewn out of stone ... the night of the Passover, in each of the houses unmarked by ...
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Naparima and Montserrat
... A church had been built, the shell at least, and ... Behind the houses, among the stumps
of huge trees, maize and ... forest out of which it had been hewn three years ...
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Syria at the Beginning of the Egyptian Conquest
... present, at least as it was when it was repaired in the time of the Caesars; the
olive and wine presses hewn in the ... Its houses were built closely together ...
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The Memphite Empire
... In the mines, as in their own houses, the workmen employed ... The latter is hewn out
of the mountain rock, and ... exceeded in height by those which were built at a ...
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The King's Courts
... in the space thus gained had built a grand ... huge cisterns, barracks, and store-houses,
with everything ... with underground dungeons still visible, hewn down into ...
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The Great Mysteries in the Building of the Militant and Triumphant ...
... And the stone seemed as if hewn out of the ... tower, and, untouched by the chisel, were
built in along ... who always gladly received into their houses the servants ...
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The Political Constitution of Egypt
... to the sepulchral chamber properly so called, hewn out of ... of their tutors; they had
their own houses and a ... of roughly dressed stone, badly built, and wanting ...
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Houses for Summer Residence
Houses in Cities, Built in Streets
Houses of Brick or Clay: Easily Broken Through
Houses of Brick or Clay: Often Swept Away by Torrents
Houses of Brick or Clay: Plastered
Houses of Criminals, Desolated
Houses of Saints' Inheritance
Houses of the Body
Houses of the Church
Houses of the Grave
Houses of the Rich: Goodly
Houses of the Rich: Great
Houses of the Rich: Pleasant
Houses were Hired
Houses were Mortgaged
Houses were Sold
Houses: (Building of) of Great Prosperity
Houses: (Built and not Inhabited) of Calamity
Houses: (Insecurity of) of Earthly Trust
Houses: (On a Rock) the Hope of Saints
Houses: (On Sand) the Delusive Hope of Hypocrites
Houses: (To Inhabit Those, Built by Others) Abundant Feelings
Houses: Accessible from the Outside
Houses: Admission To, Gained by Knocking at the Door
Houses: Antiquity of
Houses: Apartments of, Were often: Ceiled and Painted
Houses: Apartments of, Were often: Hung With Rich Tapestries
Houses: Apartments of, Were often: Inlaid With Ivory
Houses: Apartments of, Were often: Large and Airy
Houses: Apartments of, Were often: Warmed With Fires
Houses: Built of Bricks
Houses: Built of Clay
Houses: Built of Hewn or Cut Stone
Houses: Built of Stone and Wood
Houses: Custom of Fastening Nails, in Walls of, Alluded To
Houses: Deep and Solid Foundations Required For
Houses: Desolation of, Threatened As a Punishment
Houses: Divided Into Apartments
Houses: Doors of, How Fastened
Houses: Doors of, Low and Small for Safety
Houses: Entered by a Gate or Door
Houses: had often Detached Apartments for Secrecy and for Strangers
Houses: had often Several Stories
Houses: Law Respecting the Sale of
Houses: Liable to Leprosy
Houses: Lighted by Windows
Houses: Not to be Coveted
Houses: Often Broken Down to Repair City Walls Before Sieges
Houses: Often Built on City Walls
Houses: Serpents often Lodged in Walls of
Houses: Sometimes Built Without Foundation
Houses: Street Windows of, High and Dangerous
Houses: The Courts of, Large and Used As Apartments
Houses: The Flat Roofs of had often Booths on Them
Houses: The Flat Roofs of had often Idolatrous Altars on Them
Houses: The Flat Roofs of Often Covered With Week Grass
Houses: The Flat Roofs of Resorted to in Grief
Houses: The Flat Roofs of Surrounded With Battlements
Houses: The Flat Roofs of Used for Devotion
Houses: The Flat Roofs of Used for Drying Flax
Houses: The Flat Roofs of Used for Exercise
Houses: The Flat Roofs of Used for Making Proclamations
Houses: The Flat Roofs of Used for Secret Conference
Houses: Upper Apartments of, the Best, and Used for Entertainments
Houses: Walls of, Plastered
Houses: when Finished Were Usually Dedicated
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