The Feet: Early Use of Shoes
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Exodus 12:11
And thus shall you eat it; with your loins girded, your shoes on your feet, and your staff in your hand; and you shall eat it in haste: it is the LORD's passover.
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On Shoes.
... and cannot endure bare feet, we may use slippers or ... them, on account of their bringing
the feet near the ... [1550] [It was such designs which early Christian art ...
/...// instructor paedagogus/chap xii on shoes.htm

Diamond Woke Very Early in the Morning, and Thought what a Curious ...
... Diamond woke very early in the morning, and thought what a ... "But, please, North Wind,
where's the use? ... running on their edges like wheels, all about her feet. ...
/.../macdonald/at the back of the north wind/chapter 3 diamond woke very.htm

Obadiah; Or, Early Piety Eminent Piety
... Let us persevere in the use of those means which ... This early piety of Obadiah's had
special marks of genuineness ... Put off thy shoes from off thy feet, for the ...
/.../spurgeon/spurgeons sermons volume 30 1884/obadiah or early piety eminent.htm

The Possibility of Repentance is a Reason Why Baptism Should not ...
... of a first repentance and takes away the use of a ... 3160] how much more must we free
the feet of our ... Ambrose, like many other early writers, lost sight of the ...
/.../ambrose/works and letters of st ambrose/chapter xi the possibility of.htm

... merchant in London, saying: 'Send me six feet of theology ... With the Indian its use
has always had a ... Early in the sixteenth century tobacco was introduced into ...
/.../judy/questionable amusements and worthy substitutes/i tobacco.htm

... From an early date libraries had existed in Babylonia stored ... Their feet were shod
with boots with turned-up ends, a ... as we may conclude, from the use of similar ...
/.../sayce/early israel and the surrounding nations/chapter ii canaan.htm

On the Road
... of rope, tied his stout shoes on his feet, and took ... journeying from the countryside
to Vienna in the early morning. ... I have no use for them, and perhaps you can ...
/.../greater things the story of saint stanislaus kostka /chapter i on the road.htm

The Blessing of God.
... Again, sometimes we use it for some gracious gift, as ... arms are stretched out, and
the little feet are running to ... walked in the fields in the early morning, and ...
/.../taylor/separation and service/part ii the blessing of.htm

Life in the Villages
... On the early morning of the day decided on for our ... reins for my hands nor stirrups
for my feet, for sometimes ... The deep cave set apart for our use was decorated ...
/.../cable/the fulfilment of a dream of pastor hsis/chapter v life in the.htm

The Next Morning Dawned with all the Strange Half Mystical Glow of ...
... of others,"and if he does not so use it, it is ... she said,""With the incense of early
Mass clinging ... on steadily, her eyes downcast,"her tiny feet, shod in ...
/.../corelli/the master-christian/xxiv the next morning dawned.htm



Feet Washing

Feet: Bells Worn On

Feet: Sitting At

Feet: Washing of, As an Example, by Jesus

The Feet of Criminals: Bound With Fetters

The Feet of Criminals: Placed in Stocks

The Feet of Enemies often Maimed and Cut off

The Feet of Saints: At Liberty

The Feet of Saints: Established by God

The Feet of Saints: Guided by Christ

The Feet of Saints: Kept by God

The Feet of Strangers and Travellers Washed

The Feet of the Jews: Bare in Affliction

The Feet of the Jews: Neglected in Affliction

The Feet of the Jews: Washed Frequently

The Feet of the Wicked: Ensnared

The Feet of the Wicked: Swift to Mischief

The Feet of the Wicked: Swift to Shed Blood

The Feet of Women often Adorned With Tingling Ornaments

The Feet were Liable to Disease

The Feet were Liable to Injury from Stones

The Feet were Liable to Swelling from Walking

The Feet: (Dipped in Blood) of Victory

The Feet: (Set in a Large Place) Liberty

The Feet: (Set on a Rock) Stability

The Feet: (Sliding) Yielding to Temptation

The Feet: (Treading Under) Complete Destruction

The Feet: (Washed or Dipped in Oil) Abundance

The Feet: Condemnation Expressed by Shaking the Dust From

The Feet: Early Use of Shoes

The Feet: Necessary Members of the Body

The Feet: Neglect of Washing, Disrespectful to Guest

The Feet: Often Swift

The Feet: Origin of Uncovering in Consecrated Places

The Feet: Parts of, Mentioned in Scripture: Heel

The Feet: Parts of, Mentioned in Scripture: Sole

The Feet: Parts of, Mentioned in Scripture: Toes

The Feet: Path of, to be Pondered

The Feet: Respect Exhibited by Falling At

The Feet: Reverence Expressed by Kissing

The Feet: Sleep Expressed by Covering

The Feet: Stamped on the Ground in Extreme Joy or Grief

The Feet: Subjection Expressed by Licking the Dust of

The Feet: Subjugation of Enemies Expressed by Placing on Their Necks

The Feet: To be Directed by God's Word

The Feet: To be Guided by Wisdom and Discretion

The Feet: To be Refrained from Evil

The Feet: To be Turned to God's Testimonies

The Feet: Washing for Others, a Menial office

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