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And I brought them into the saith thy Lord the LORD, and thy

DINNER house of the Lord, into the chan- God that pleadeth the cause of Gen. xliii. 16. And when Joseph ber of the sons of Hanan, the son his people. Behold, I have taken

saw Benjamin with them, he said of Igdaliah, a man of God, which out of thine hand the cup of was by the chamber of the princes, trembling, even the dregs of the these men home, and slay, and

to the ruler of his house, Bring which was above the chamber of cup of my fury; thou shalt no

make ready: for these men shall Maaseiah the son of Shallum, the more drink it again.

dine with me at noon. keeper of the door: And I set before the sons of the house of the down the people in mine anger,

Isa. Txiii. 6. And I will tread Matth. xxii, 4. Again, he sent Rechabites pots full of wine, and

fortlı other servante, saying. Tell cups, and I said unto them, Drink and make them drunk in my sury, them which are bidden, Lebula, I

and I will bring down their have prepared my dinner, iny oxen ye vine. But they said, We will drink no wine: for Jonadab the strength to the earth.

and my fatlings are killed, and all son of Rechab our fatlier com- Jer. xxv, 26, 27. And all the marriage.

things are ready: come unto the manded us, saying, Ye shall drink kings of the north, far and near, no wine, neither ye, nor your sons one with another, and all the

Luke xl, 37. And as he spake, a for ever: Neither shall yo build Kingdoms of the world, which are certain Pharisee besought him to house, por sow seed, nor plant upon the face of the earth; and the dino with lim: and he went in, vineyard, nor have any: but all king of Sheshach shall drink after and sat down to meat. your days ye shall dwell in tents; them. Therefore thou shalt say ihat yo may live many days in the unto them, Thus saith the Lond

SUPPER. land where ye be strangers. Thus of hosts, the God of Israel, Drink Mark vi, 21. And when a conven. have we obeyed the voice of ye, and be drunken, and spue, and lent day was come, that Herod on Jonadab the son of Rechab, our iall, and rise no more, because of his birthday made a supper to his father, in all that he hath charged the sword which us, to drink no wine all our days, among you.

I will send lords, high captains, and chief

estates of Galilee. we, our wives, our sous, nor our daughters.

Jer. xlviii, 26. Make ye him Luke xiv, 16, 17. Then said he drunken; for he magnised himself unto him, A certain man made a

against the LORD: Moab also shall great supper, and bade many: DRUNKARDS.

wallow in his vomit, and he also | And sent his servant at supperGen. ix, 20, 21, And Noah began shall be in derision,

time to say to them that were to be an husbandınan, and be planted a vineyard: And he drank

Jer. II, 7, 57. Babylon hath been bidden, Come; for all things are of the wine, and was drunken; a golden cup in the Lord's hand, now ready.

John xii. 2. There they made and he was uncovered within his that made all the earth drunken:

the nations have drunken of her him a supper; and Martha served; tent.

wine; therefore the nations are but Lazarus was one of them that 1 Sam. xxv, 36, 37. And Abigail mad. And I will make drunk her sat at the table with lim. came to Nabal; and, behold, he princes, and her wise men, her held a feast in his house, like the captains, and her rulers, and her feast of a king, and Nabal's heart mighty men: and they shall sleep the door, and knock: if any man

Rev. iil, 20. Behold, I stand at was merry within him, for he was a perpetual sleep, and not wake, hear my voice, and open the door, very drunker wherefore she told saith the King, whose name is The him nothing, less or more, until LORD of hosts.

I will come in to him, and will sup

with him, and he with me. the morning light. But it came to pass in the morning, when the wine Ezek. xxiii, 31-33. Thou hast Rcm. xix, 9, 17. And he saith unto was gone out of Nabal, and his wife walked in the way of thy sister; me, Write, Blessed are they which had told him these things, that is therefore will I give her cup into are called unto the marriage heart died within him, and he be-thine hand. Thus saith the Lord supper of the Lamb. And he saith came as a stone.

God; Thou shalt drink of thy sis- unto me, These are the true say

ter's cup deep and large: thouings of God. And I saw an angel 2 Sam. xi,13. And when David had shall be laughed to scorn and had standing in the sun: and he crier called him, [Uriah) he did eat and in derision; it containeth much. with a loud voice, saying to all the drink before him; and he made Thou shalt be filled with drunken- fowls that fly in the midst of herhim drunk: and at even he went ness and sorrow, with the cup of ven, Come and gather yourselves out to lie on his bed with the ser astonishment and desolation, with together unto the supper of the vants of his lord, but went not the cup of thy sister Samaria.

great God. down to his house.

Obadiah 16. For as ye have 1 Kings xx, 12, 16. And it came

POSTURES AND CUSTOMS. to pass, when Ben-hadad heard drunk upon my holy mountain, so

Erod. xxxii, 6. The people this message, (as he was drinking shall all the heathen drink conhe and the kings in the pavilions.) Itinually; yea, they shall drink, and sat down to eat and drink.... that he said unto his servants, set they shall swallow down, and

Judges i, 7. And Adoni-bozek yourselves in array: and they set they shall be as though they had

said, Threescore and ten kinys, themselves in array against the not been.

having their thumbs and their city. And they went out at noon; Nahum iii, 11. Thou also shalt great toes cut off, gathered their but Ben-hadad was drinking him he drunken: thou shalt be hid, meat under my table...... self drunk in the pavilions, he and thou also shalt seck strength be- Ruth ii, 14. And Boaz said unto the kings, the thirty and two cause of the enemy.

Ruth, At meal-time come thou kings that lielped him.

hither, . . . . and dip thy morsel


1 Sam. Xx, 5. And David said SECTIONS.


unto Jonathan, Behold, to-morrow Isa. li, 21, 22. Therefore hear Ruth il, 14. And Boaz said unto is the new-moon, and I should now this, thou amicted, and drun- her. At meal - time come thou not fail to sit with the king at Thus / hither and eat,

ineat..... ken, but not with wine:



2 Kings xxi, 13. . . . . And I them a feast, and they did eat spend money for that ruhich is not will wipe Jerusalem as a man and drink.

bread? and your labour for that wipeth a dish, wiping it, and turn

which satisfieth not? 1 Sam. ix, 22-24. And Samuel

hearken ing it upside down.

took Saul and his servant, and diligently unto me, and eat yo Esther iil, 15. . . . . . And the brought them into the parlour, that which is good, and let your king and llaman sat down to and mude them sit in the chiefest soul delight itself in fatness. drink; but the city Shushan was place among them that were John vi, 27. Labour not for the Perplexed.

bidden, which were about thirty meat which perisheth, but for

persons. And Samuel said unto that meat which endureth unto Cant. I, 12. While the King the cook, Bring the portion which everlasting life, which the Son of sitteth at his table, my spikenard I gave thee, of which I said unto man shall

give unto yon: for híın Bendeth forth the smell thereof.

thee, Set it by thee. And the hath God the Father sealed. Amos vi, 7. Therefore now shall cook took up the shoulder, and

Jude 12. These are spots in they go captive with the first that that which was upon it, and set

your feasts of charity, when they go captive, and the banquet of it before Saul. And Samuel said, thein that stretched themselves Behold that which is left! set it

feast with you, feeding themselves shall be removed. before thee, and eat: for unto this

without fear. time hath it been kept for thee Matth. ix, 10. And it came to since I said, I have invited the

INVITATIONS. pass, as Jesus sat at meat in the

people. So Saul did eat with 2 Sam. xiii, 5, 9, 10. 25-27. And house, behold, many publicans Samuel that day.

Jonadab said unto himn, Lay thee and sinners came and sat down with him and his disciples.

1 Kings iii, 15. And Solomon down on thy bed, and make thyawoke; and,'behold, it

self sick; and when thy father

WAS Matth. xiv, 9. And the king was dream: and he came to Jerusalem, I cometh to see thee, say unto him, Borrs: nevertheless for the oath's and stood before the ark of the I pray thee, let my sister Tamar suke, and them which sat with covenant of the Lord, and offered come and give me meat, and him at meat, he commanded it to up burnt-offerings, and offered dress the meat in my sight, that I be given her.

peace-offerings, and made a least may see it, and eat it at her hand, to all his servants.

And she took a pan, aud poured Matth. xv, 2. Why do thy dis

them out before him: but he reciples transgress the tradition of

1 Kings viii, 65, 66. And at that fused to eat. And Amnon said, the elders? for they wash not their time Solomon held a feast, and have out all men from me. And bands when they eat bread. all Israel with him, a great con- they went out every man from

Matth. xxiii, 25. Woe unto you, gregation, trom the entering in of him. And Amnon said unto scribes and Pharisees, hypocrites! | Hamath unto the river of Egypt, Tamar, Bring the meat into the for ye make clean the outside of before the LORD our God, seven chamber, that I may eat of thine the cup and of the platter, but days and seven days, eren four-band. And Tamar took the within they are full of extortion teen days. On the eighth day he cakes which she had made, and and excess.

sent the people away: and they brought them into the chamber to Matth. XXVI, 23. And he answer their tents joyful and glad of king said to Absalom, Nay, my

blessed the king, and went unto Amnon her brother. And the ed and said, He that dippeth his heart for all the goodness that son, let us not all now go, lest, we hand with me in the dish, the the LORD had done for David his be chargeable unto theo. And he Bame shall betray me.

servant, and for Israel his people. pressed him: howbreit he would Mark vii, 3, 4. For the Phari

Then secs, and all, the Jews, except when his sons and his daughters said Absalom, If not, I pray thee;

Job i. 13. And there was a day not go, but blessed him. they wash their hands oft, eat not, holding the tradition of the

were eating and drinking wine in let my brother Amnon go will their eldest brother's house.

us. And the king said unto him, elders. And when they come from

Why should he go with thee? the market, except they wash, Esther i, 3, 4, 9. In the third | But Absalom pressed him; that he they eat not. And many other year of his reign, he made a feast let Amnon and all the king's sons things there be, which they have unto all his princes, and his ser- go with him. received to hold, as the washing vants; the power of Persia and of cups and pots, brasen vessels, Media, the nobles and princes of wered, Ii'it seem good unto the

Esther v, 4-8. And Esther ansand of tables,

tho provinces, being before him:

When ho chewed the riches of king, let the king and Haman Lake xvi, 22. ... The besoar his glorious kingdoin, and the como this day unto the banquet dled, and

was carried by the honour of his excellent majesty, that I have prepared for bim. angels into Abraham's bosom.

many days, even an hundred and Then the king said, Cause Haman John 11, 6. And there were set fourscore days. Also Vashti the to make haste, that he may do as

Esther hath said. So the king there six water-pots of stone, queen made a feast for the women after the muner of the purifying in the royal house which belonged and Haman came to the banquet of the Jews, containing two or to king Ahasuerus.

that Esther had prepared. And

the king said unto Esther at tho three firkins apiece.

Dan. v, 1. Belshazzar the king banquet of wine, What is thy John xili, 23, 26. Now there was made a great feast to a thousand petition? and it shall be granted leaning on Jesus' bosom one of of his lords, and drauk wine be- thee: and what is thy request? his disciples, whom Jesus loved, fore the thousand.

even to the half of the kingdom it Jesus answered, He it is to whom

shall be performed. Theu answer. I shall give a sop, when I have

ed Esther, and said, My petition dipped it. And when he had dip- tain shall the Lord of hosts mako found favour in the sight of the

Isa. xxv, 6. And in this monn- and my request is; If I have ped the sop, he gave it to Judas Iscariot, the son of Simon,

unto all people a feast of fat king, and if it please the king to things, a feast of wines on the grant my petition, and to perform

lees; of fat things full of marrow, my request, let the king and GREAT FEASTS. of wines on the lees well retined.

Haman come to the banquet that Gen. xvi, 30. And he made Isa, ly, 2. Wherefore do ye l I shall prepare for them, and I

will do to-morrow as the king


ALSO PURPLE ONES, hath said.


THE SYMBOL OF ROYALTY. Esther vi, 14. And while they


WITH SUCH A ROBE JESUS WAS were yet talking with hin, caine Gen. iii, 7, 21. And the eyes of

MOCKED. the king's chamberlains, and hast

them both were opened, and they Matth. Xxvii, 28. And they ed to bring Haman unto the ban

knew that they were taked; and stripped him, and put on him a quet that Esther had prepared.

they sewed fig leares together, scarlet robe. Esther vii, 1, 2. So the king and and made themselves aprons.

John xix, 5. Then came Jesus Taman came' to banquet with Unto Adam also, and to his wife, forth, wearing the crown of Esther the queen. did the LORD God make coats of thorns, and the purple robe.

And skins, and clothed them.

Pilate saith unto them, Behold the Job i, 21. And said, Naked came


I out of my mother's womb, and INVITATIONS SHOULD BE naked shall I return thither: the


LORD gave, and the LORD hath Gen, xxxvii, 3. Now Israel loved

taken away; blessed be the name Joseph more than all his children, Job i, 5. And it was so, when of the LORD.

because he was the son of his old the days of their feasting were gone about, that Job sent and Eccles. v, 15. As he came forth age: and he made hin a coat of sanctified them, and rose up early of his mother's womb, naked shall many colours. in the morning, and offered burnt- he return to go as he came, and Judges v, 30. .... To Sisera a offerings according to the number shall take nothing of his labour, prey of divers colours. a prey of of them all: for Job said, It may which he may carry away in his divers colours of needle-work, of be that my sons have sinned, and hand.

divers colours of needle-work on cursed God in their hearts. Thus Nahum iii, 5. Behold, I am both sides, mcct for the necks did Job continually.

against thee, saith the LORD of of them that take the spoil?

hosts; and I will discover thy When

2 Sam. xiii, 18. And she had a Prov. xxiii, 1, 3, 6, 8.

skirts upon thy face, and I will garment of divers colours upon thou sittest to eat with a ruler, shew the nations thy nakedness, her; for with such robes were the consider diligently what is before and the kingdoms thy shame. king's daughters that were virgins thee. Be not desirous of his

apparelled. Then his servant dainties; for they are deceitful meat. Eat thou not the bread of


brought her out, and bolted the

door after her. him that hath an evil eye, neither

DESIRED. desire thou his dainty meats. The morsel which thon hast eaten

Esther viii, 15. And Mordecai BLACK, TOKEN OF MOURNshalt thou vomit up, and lose thy went out from the presence of the

ING. sweet words. king in royal apparel of blue and

Isa. 1. 3. I clothe the heavens white, and with a great crown of Jer. xvi, 8. Thou shalt not also

fold, and with a girment of fine with blackness, and I make sackgo into the house of feasting, to

linen and purple: and the city of cloth their covering. sit with them to eat and to drink. Shushan rejoiced and was glad.

Rev. vi, 12. And I beheld when

he had opened the sixth seal, and, Luke xiv, 7-10, 12-14. And he Eccles. ix, 8. Let thy garments lo, there was a great earthquake; put forth

à parable to those be always white; and let thy head and the sun became black which were bidden, when he lack no ointment.

sackcloth of hair, and the moon marked how they chose out the

became as blood. chief rooms; saying unto them, When thou art bidden of any man

AND A SYMBOL OF GLORY. to a wedding, sit not down in the Matt. xvii, 2. And was trans- MATERIALS, bighest room, lest a more honour. figured before them: and his face

WOOL, FLAX, AND SILK. able man than thou be bidden of did shine as the sun, and his rai

Lcv. xiii, 47, 48. The garment him; And he that bade thee and ment was white as the light. him come and say to thee, Give

also that the plague of leprosy is

Rev. iii, 4, 5. Thou hast a few in, whether it be a woollen garthis man place; and thou begin names even' in Sardis which have ment or a linen garment; Whether with shame to take the lowest room. But when thou art bidden, pot defiled their garments; and it be in the warp or woof, of linen, go and sit down in the lowest they shall walk with me in white: or of woollen; whether in a skin, room; that when he that bade for they are worthy. He that or in any thing made of skin, thee' cometh, he may say unto clothed in white raiment; and I overcometh, the same shall be

Lew, xix, 19. ...

Neither shall thee, Friend, go up higher: then

a garment mingled of linen and shalt thou have worship in the the book of life, but I will con

will not blot out his naine out of woollen come upon thee. presence of them that sit at meat with thee. Then said he also to and before his angels. fess his name before my Father, horses brought out of Egypt, and

1 Kings X. 28. And Solomon had him that bade him, When thou

linen yarı: the king's merchants makest a dinner or å supper, call Rev. vii, 9, 13. After this I be- received the linen yarn at a price. not thy friends, nor thy brethren, held, and, lo, a great multitude, neither thy kinsmen, nor thy rich | which no man could number, of wool, and flax, and worketh will.

Prov. xxxi, 13, 22. She seeketh neighbours; lest they also bid thee all nations, and kindreds, and

She makthee.' But when thou makest a the throne, and before the Lamb; her clothing is silk and purple. again, and a recompence bo made people, and tongues, stood before ingly with her hands.

eth herself coverings of tapestry; feast, call the poor, the maimed, clothed with white robes, and the lame, the blind: And thou palms in their hands: And one of Ezek. xvi, 10, 13. I clothed thee shalt be blessed; for they cannot the elders answered, saying unto | also with broidered work, and recompense thee: for thou shalt be me, What are these which are shod thee with badgers' skin, and recompensed at the resurrection arrayed in white robes? and I girded thee alsout with fine o the just. whence came they?

linen, and I covered thee with


silk. Thus wast thou decked soft raiment? Behold, thoy that mother made him a little cort, with gold and silver; and thy rai- wear soft clothing are in kings' and brought it to him from year ment ins of ine linn, and silk, and houses.

to year, when she came up with broidered Work: thou didst eat fine flour, and honey, and oil; and granted that she should be

Rev. xix, 8. And to her was her husband to offer the yearly


arraython wust exceeding beautiful, ed in fine linen, clean and white- Job xxx. 18. By the great force and thou did prosper into a king for the fine linen is the righteous-of my disease is iny garment dom. ness of saints.

changed: it bindeth me about as (See under Agriculture, FLAX;

the collar of my coat. under Animals, FLOCK.) AND A COARSER BY POORER Çant. v, 3. I have put off my

coat; how shall I put it on? I PEOPLE.

have washed my feet; how shall A FINER TEXTURE, WORY 2 Kings i, 8. And they answered I defile them. BY PERSONS IN HIGII him, he was an hairy man, and

Dan. iii, 21. Then these men STATIONS. girt with a girdle of leather about

were bound in their coats, their his loins. And he said, It is hosen, and their hats, and their Erod. xxvili, 5, 6. And they

Elijah the Tishbite. shall take gold, and blue, and pur

other garments, and were cast into

Zech. xiii, 4. And it shall come the midst of the burning flery pla, and scarlet, and fine linen. And they shall make the ephod of phets shall be ashamed every one

to pass in that day, that the pro- furnace. gold, of blue, and of purple, or of his vision, when he hath pro- will sue thee at the law, and take

Matth. v, 40. And if any man scarlet, and fine twined linen, phesied; neither shall they wear a with cunning work. rough garment to deceive.

away tl.y coat, let him have thy Erod. XXXV, 25. And all the wo

cloak also.

Malth. iii, 4. And the same men that were wise-hearted did John had his raiment of camel's

Datth. x, 10. Nor scrip for your fpia with their hands, and brought that which they had spun, both hair, and a leathern girdle about journey, neither two coats, neither his loins.....

shoes, nor yet staves for the workof blue, and of purple, and of scar

man is worthy of his meat. let, and of fine linen.

Luke iii, 11. He answereth and Josh. yil, 21. When I saw among


saith unto them, He that hath the spoils & goodly Babylonish Gen, xxxviii, 19. And she arose, two coats, let him impart to him garment, and two hundred shekels and went away and laid by her vail that hath none; and he that hath of silver, and a wedge of gold of from her, and put on the gar- meat, let him do likewise. fifty shekels weight,then I coveted ments of her widowhood.

Luke vi, 29.

And him them, and took them; and, behold,

2 Kings xxv, 27, 29. .... Evil- that taketh away thy cloke forbid they are hid in the earth, in the merodach king of Babylon, in the not to take thy coat also. midst of my tent, and the silver year that he began to reign, did under it.

John xix, 23.

Now the lift up the head of Jehoiachin 1 Chron. iv, 21. Tho sons of king of Judah out of prison. And coat (of Jesus was without seam, Shelah the son of Judah were Er changed his prison-garments....

woven from the top throughout. the father of Lecah, and Laadah Jer. il, 32. Can a maid forget her

John xxi, 7. Therefore that distho father of Mareshah, and the ornaments, or a bride her attire? ciple whom Jesus loved saith families of the house of them that yet my people have forgotten me

unto Peter, It is the Lord. Now, wrought fine linen, of the house of days without number.

when Simon Peter heard that it Ashbea,

was the Lord, he girt his fisher's

Matth. xxii, 11, 12, And when 1 Chron. xv, 27. And David was the king came in to see the guests and did cast himself into the sea.

coat unto him, (for he was naked) clothed with a robe of fine linen, he saw there a man which had not and all the Levites that bare the on a wedding-garment: And he Acts ix, 39. Then Peter arose, ark, and the singers, and Chena- saith unto him, Friend, how cam- and went with them. When he niah the master of the song with est thou in hither not having a was como, they brought him into the singers: David also had upon wedding - garment? And he was the upper chamber: and all the him an ephod of linen, specchless.

widows stood by him weeping, Esther viii, 15. And Mordecai Luke il, 7. And she brought and shewing the coats and garwent out from the presence of the forth her first-born son, wrapped ments which Doreas made while king in royal apparel of bluo and him in swaddling clothes, and laid she was with them. white, and with a great crown of him in a manger; because there Buld, and with a garment of fine was no room for them in the inn.

II.-THE OUTER ROBE, OR liren and purple. . Luke xxiv, 12. Then arose Peter,

CLOAK. and ran unto the sepulchre; and Prop. IXX1, 24. She maketh sine stooping down, ho beheld the him by his garment, saying, Lie

Gen. xxxix, 12. And she caught liden, and selleth it; and deliver

linen clothes laid by themselves, with me: and he left his garment eth girdles unto the merchant. and departed, wondering in him in her hand, and fled, and got him

self at that which was come to leo. Iil, 23. The glasses, and the

out. pass. fine lined, and the hoods, and the Tails. Acts xii, 21. And upon a set tako thy neighbour's raiment to

Exod. xxii. 26. If thou at all day, Herod, arrayed in royal Eek. XVI, 13. 18. mint ils of fine linen, and silk, made an oration unto them. Thy apparel, sat upon his throne, and Pledge, thou shalt deliver it unto

him by that the sun goeth down. and broidered work. And

Num. XV, 39-40. Speak unto the tokest thy broidered garments, JEWISH CLOTHING CON. children of Israel, and bid them and coveredst them: and thou

SISTED OF TWO ROBES. that they make them fringes in hast set mine oil and mine incense

the borders of their garments, before them.


throughout their generations, and Matth. XI, 8. But what went ye


that they put upon the fringe of out for to see? A man clothed in 1 Sam. ii, 19. Moreover, his 'the borders a ribband of blue:

And it shall be unto you for a THIS GARMENT FORMED prevailed against them, so that fringe, that ye may look upon it, TIIE LAP OR BOSOM.

they fled out of that house naked and remember all the command

and wounded. ments of the LORD, and do them; into the field to gather herbs, and

2 Kings lv, 39. And one went ont

Rev. xvi, 15. Behold, I come as and that ye seek not after your found a wild vine, and gathered

a thief. Blessed is he that watchown heart, and your own eyes,

lap- eth, and keepeth his garments, after which ye use to go a whor: thereof wild gourds his full.

lest he walk naked, and they see ing: That ye may remember and

his shame. do all iny commandments, and be

Neh. v, 13. Also I shook my lap, holy unto your God.

and said, So God shake out every
man from his house, and from his

Deut. xxii, 5, 12. The woman labour, that performeth not this

INDECOROUS. shall not wear that which per promiso, even thus be he shaken Gen. ix, 22. And Hamn, the father taineth unto a man, neither shall out, and emptied.

of Canaan, saw the nakedness of a man put on a woman's garment: for all that do so are abomination Luke vi, 38. Give, and it shall his father, and told his two breth

ren without. unto the LORD thy God. Thou be given unto you good measure, shalt make thee fringes upon the pressed down, and shaken to- Exod. xx, 26. Neither shalt thou four quarters of thy vesture, gether, and runding over, shall go up by steps unto mine altar, wherewith thou coverest thyself. men give into your bosom.

that thy nakedness be not dis

covered thereon. 1 Kings xi, 29. And it came to

Hab. ii, 15. Woe unto him that pasy at that time, when Jeroboam WHEN A MAN WANTED

giveth his neighbour drink, that went out of Jerusalem, that the THIS UPPER ROBE, HE WAS puttest thy bottle to him, and prophet Ahijal the Shilonite found him in the way; and he had

SAID TO BE NAKED. makest hin drunken also, that clad himself with a new garment:

Erod. xxxii. 25. And Mosey saw

thou mayest look on their nakedand they two were alone in the that the peoplo were naked, (for ness! field.

Aaron had made them naked unto Job xxiv, 7. They cause the their shame among their enemies.) MANY MARKED ALLUSIONS naked to lodge without clothing, 1 Sam. xix, 24. And he (Saul]

TO IT. that they hare no covering in the stripped off his clothes alsó, and 18a. xlvil, 1. Come down, and sit cold.

prophesied before Samuel in like in the dust, o virgin daughter of Prov. XXV, 20. As he that taketh 1 manner, and lay down naked all Babylon; sit on the ground: there

that day, and all that night. is no throne, o daughter of the away a garment in colil weather, Wherefore they say, Is Saul also Challeans; for thou shalt no more and as vinegar upon nitre; so is among the prophets?

be called tender and delicate. he that singeth songs to an heavy heart.

2 Sam. vi, 20-22. Then David

Isa. xlvii, 3. Thy nakedness returned to bless his household. Micah 11, 8. Even of late my And Michal, the daughter of Saul, shame shall be seen: 'I will take

shall be uncovered, yea, thy people is risen up as an enemy: ye pull off the robe with the gar: Ilow glorious was the king of thee as a man. came out to meet David, and said,

vengeance, and I will not meet ment from them that pass by Israel to - day, who uncovered securely as men averse from war. himself to-day in the eyes of the

Jer. xiii, 26. Therefore will I Matth. ix, 20. And, behold, a handmaids of his servants, as one

discover thy skirts upon thy face, woman, which was diseased with of the vain fellows shamelessly

that thy shame may appear. an issue of blood twelve years, uncovereth himself! And David Jer. xlix, 10. But I have made came behind him, and touched the said unto Michal, It was before Esau bare, I have uncovered his hem of his garment.

the LORD, which chose me before secret places, and he shall not be Matth. xxi, 8. And a very great thy father, and before all bis able to hide himself: his seed is multitude spread their garments house, to appoint me ruler over spoiled, and his brethren, and his in the way. ....

the people of the Lord, over neighbours, and he is not.

Israel: therefore will I play before Lam. i, 8. 9. Jerusalem hath Matth. xxiii, 5. But all their the LORD. And I will yet be more grievously sinned; therefore she is Works they do for to be seen of vile than thus, and will be base in removed: all that honoured her men: they make broad their plıy- mine own sight: and of the maid- despise her, because they have lacteries, and enlarge the borders servants which thou hast spoken seen her nakedness; yea, she of their garments.

of, of them shall I be had in hon- sigheth, and turneth backward. Mark xiii, 16. And let him that our.

Her filthiness is in her skirts; she is in the field not turn back again Job xxii, 6. For thou hast taken remembereth not her last end; for to take up his garment. a pledge from thy brother for therefore she came down wonder

no comforter. O John xiii, 4. He riseth from nought, and stripped the naked of fully: she ha their clothing.

LORD, behold my affliction; for the supper, and laid aside his garments; and took a towel and Lam. iv, 21. Rejoice and be glad, enemy hath magnified himself. girded himself. O daughter of Edom, that dwellest Ezek, xvi, 22, 36, 37. And in all

abominations and thy Acts xii, 8. And the angel said in the land of Uz: the cup also thine unto him, Gird thyeclf, and bind shall pass through unto thee; thou whoredoms thou hast not remem.

bered the days of thy youth, when on thy sandals: and so he did. shalt be drunken, and shalt make

thou wast naked and bare, and And he saith unto hin, Cast thy thyself naked.

wast polluted in thy blood. Thus garment about thee, and follow John xxi, 7. Now when Simon saith the Lord Gon, Because thy Ine.

Peter heard that it was the Lord, filthiness was poured out, and thy 2 Tim. iv, 13. The cloak that I lie girt his fisher's coat unto him, nakedness discovered through thy left at Troas with Carpus, wlien for he was naked.

whoredoms with thy lovers, and thou comest, bring with thee, and Act: xix, 16. And the man in with all the idols of thy abominathe books, but especially the whom the evil spirit was leapeutions, and by the blood of thy parchments.

on them, and overcame them, and children, which thou didst give

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