Palaces: The Term Applied to The Temple of God
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1 Chronicles 29:1,19
Furthermore David the king said to all the congregation, Solomon my son, whom alone God has chosen, is yet young and tender, and the work is great: for the palace is not for man, but for the LORD God.
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The Land and the People.
... headed bulls, ruins of temples and palaces disentombed from ... Precisely the same charge
was applied by the Reformers ... The term ho huios tou anthropou occurs about ...
/.../schaff/history of the christian church volume i/section 17 the land and.htm

... estimated by Strabo that a quarter, or even a third, of the whole area was occupied
by parks and palaces. ... Biblical Greek' was a term aptly applied by the ...
/.../ grammar of septuagint greek/introduction.htm

Covenanting Enforced by the Grant of Covenant Signs and Seals.
... was only evil continually."[668] The term in the ... thereof, and it shall devour the
palaces of Jerusalem ... in reference even to gospel times, was applied the same ...
/.../cunningham/the ordinance of covenanting/chapter xi covenanting enforced by.htm

Homilies on Philippians, Colossians, and Thessalonians.
... Children, term used by St ... are to it as wind to ships, [1235]383; to be applied to
all ... Heaven, compared to palaces, [1645]351; orphans shine in, [1646]ib.; not to ...
/.../homilies on philippians colossians and.htm

The Tabernacle of the Most High
... Who loves to see desolate palaces? ... he diligently sought out opportunities, and heartily
applied his energies to ... of this stable edifice, but the temple of the ...
/.../spurgeon/spurgeons sermons volume 5 1859/the tabernacle of the most.htm

Concerning the Ministry.
... stirred up through emulation of the Protestants, have more applied themselves to ...
is from below, are set up and established in the temple of God, yea, and ...
/.../proposition x concerning the ministry.htm

Syria at the Beginning of the Egyptian Conquest
... occupied by the ruins of two fine buildings"a temple and a ... were modelled upon the
fashions observed in the palaces of the ... We find the term applied in the ...
/.../chapter iisyria at the beginning.htm

The Believer a New Creature
... metaphor of resurrection, which is often applied to conversion ... that which is expressed
in the term, "a new ... may get to yourself gardens and palaces, singing men ...
/.../spurgeon/spurgeons sermons volume 15 1869/the believer a new creature.htm

We Arrive Now at a Branch of Our Subject Upon which the Lord's ...
... as the initial occurrence of any term or expression ... in the identical symbols which
were applied to the ... shall again attempt to rear its goodly palaces when He ...
// antichrist/we arrive now at a.htm

The Eighteenth Theban Dynasty --(Continued)
... Steindorff has recognised the term -ddu auitu, meaning infantry ... as workmen, so that
temples, palaces, and citadels ... represented the god of the temple, is there ...
/.../chapter ithe eighteenth theban dynastycontinued.htm



Palaces of Kings were Strictly Guarded

Palaces of Kings: Afforded Support to all the King's Retainers

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

Palaces of Kings: Royal Decrees Issued From

Palaces of Kings: Royal Decrees Laid up In

Palaces of Kings: Splendidly Furnished

Palaces of Kings: Surrounded With Gardens

Palaces of Kings: Surrounded With Terraces

Palaces of Kings: Under Governors

Palaces were Entered by Gates

Palaces: High

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

Palaces: Often As Punishment: The Habitation of Dragons

Palaces: Often the Storehouses of Rapine

Palaces: Pleasant

Palaces: Polished

Palaces: The Godly Children of Saints

Palaces: The Place of Satan's Dominion

Palaces: The Spider Makes Its Way Even Into

Palaces: The Splendour of the Church

Palaces: The Term Applied to Houses of Great Men

Palaces: The Term Applied to Residences of Kings

Palaces: The Term Applied to The House of the High Priest

Palaces: The Term Applied to The Temple of God

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