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whereunto ye go? And the name ness; and the end of his talk is, but a man of understanding balls thereof is called Bamah unto this mischievous madness.
eth his peace. Isa. xxxii, 6. For the vile person
Prov. xii, 13. The wided is Ezek. xxxix, 16. And also the will speak 'villany, and his heart snared by the transgressi. 30 de name of the city shall be Hamonah. will work iniquity, to practice lips: but the just shall come ce it Thus shall they cleanse the land. hypocrisy, and to utter error
trouble. aguinst the LORD, to make empty Prov. xvii, 9. 27. 3. He the 2nd.
the soul of the hungry; and he covereth a transgression with THE ORGAN OF SPEECH. will cause the drink of the thirsty love: but he that repeated (See under BODY, to fail.
matter separateth very friends
He that hath koosledige spurt MOUTU, LIPS, TONGUE.)
Matth. xii, 35-37. A good man,
out of the good treasure of the bis words; and a man of Di GOVERNMENT OF THE heart, bringeth forth good things: standing is of an excellent sri
and an evil man, out of the evil Even a fool, when he bote 3 TONGUE.
treasure, bringeth forth evil things. peace, is counted Wise: aube 2 Chron. x, 7. And they spake But I say unto you, That every shutteth bis lips is esteladan unto him, saying, if thou be kind idle word that men shall speak,
of understanding. to this people, and please them, they shall give account thereof in Pror. xxi, 23. Whoso keep and speak good words to them, the day of judgment. For by thy his mouth and his toogue kita they will be thy servants for ever. words thou shalt be justified, and his soul from troubles, Job xxxvill, 2. Who is this that by thy words thou shalt be con
Prov. XXX, 32. If thon bagt lite demned. darkeneth counsel by words with
foolishly in lifting up there out knowledge?
Eph. iv, 29. Let no corrupt com
if thou bast tbought eri Job xlii, 3. Who is he that hid-munication proceed out of your thine hand upon thy mooth. eth counsel without knowledge? mouth, but that which is good to Amos v, 13. Therefore the song therefore have I uttered that I the use of edifying, that it may dent sball keep silence in D understood not; things too won- minister grace unto the hearers. time; for it is an evil time. derful for me, which I knew not.
Col. iv, 6. Let your speech be 1 Cor. xv, 33. Be not dessin Prov. x, 14. Wise men lay up alway with grace, seasoned with evil communications corrosioni knowledge; but the mouth oi the salt, that ye may know how ye manners.
i foolish is near destruction. ought to answer every man.
James i, 19, 28. Wherein, et Prov. xii, 14. A man shall be Titus iii, 2. To speak evil of no beloved brethren, let every satisfied with good by the fruit of man, to be no brawlers, but gentle, be swift to bear, slot to his mouth; and the recompence shewing all meekness unto ali slow to wrath: If any manni of a man's hands shall be rendered men.
you seem to be religico uuto bim.
James il, 12. So speak ye, and bridleth not his tongue,
so do, as they that shall be judged Prov. xv, 23. A man hath joy
ceiveth his own heart, ibis Eu
religion is vain by the answer of his mouth; and by the law of liberty. a word spoken in due season, how
James iii, 13. Who is a wise
James ili, 5, 6, 8. Eveu 50 ** good is it! man and endued with knowledge tongue is a little denkt, si
boasteth great things. Prov. xvi, 20-24. He that hand among you? let bim shew out of a leth a matter wisely shall find good conversation his works with how great a matter a lite meekness of wisdom.
kindleth! And the toneet good; and whoso trusteth in the
fire, a world of iniquity: et LORD, happy is he. The wise in 1 Pet. ii, 1. Wherefore, laying tongue among our members heart shall be called prudent; and aside all malice, and all guile, and defileththe whole body ac! the sweetness of the lips increas-hypocrisies, and euvies, and all on fire the course of Daichik eth learning. Understanding is evil-speakings.
it is set on fire of bell. a well-spring of life unto him that hath it: but the instruction of 1 Pet. iii, 9, 10, 15. Not rendering tongue can no man tam fools is folly. The heart of the evil for evil, or railing for railing unruly evil, full of deaals piezas wise teacheth his mouth, and but contrariwise blessing; krowaddeth learning to his' lips. ing that ye are thereunto called, PROPRIETY OF SPEES Pleasant words are as an honey: For he that will love life, and see that ye should inherit a blessing.
Job xxxii, 11-14. Beholli comb, sweet to the soul, and health to the bones.
ed for your words; I got good days, let him refrain bis your reasons, whilst rose Prov. xviii, 21. Death and life tongue from evil, and his lips out what to say. Yes, I IR are in the power of the tongue; sanctify the Lord God in your none of you that corrigeri!! that they speak no guile; But
unto you; and, behold. *** and they that love it shall eat the hearts; and be ready always to give or that answered bis work fruit thereof.
an answer to every man ihat aske ye should say, We havets Prov. xxii, 18, 21. For it is a eth you a reason of the hope that wisdom: God thrusteth taon pleasant thing it thou keep them is in you with meekness and fear. not nian. Now, he bath ** within thee; they shall withal be fitted in thy lips. That I might AND ITS BENEFITA, ETC.
rected his words against s makethee knowthe certaintyofthe
neither will I answer is words of trutlı; that thou mightest together hold your peace! aud it
Job xiii, 5. Oh that ye would al- | your speeches. answer the words of truth to them should be your wisdom.
Ps. xxxvii, 30. The poet' that send unto thee?
the righteous speileth side Prov. xxiv, 26. Every man shall their own tongue to fall upon ment.
Ps. Ixiv, 8. So they shall make and his tongue taltech e ja kiss his lips that giveth a right themselves: all that see them shall answer.
Prov. xviii, 4. The most Eccles. x, 13. The beginning of
man's mouth are as deep 30 the words of wis mouth is foolish
Prov. xi, 12. He that is void of and the well-spring of Fise wisdom despiseth his neighbour: la flowing brook.
Prov. xx, 5. Counsel in the heart I will receive commandments: but presence of the Lord God; for ne ol man is like deep water: but a a prating fool shall fall.
the day of the LORD is at hand: man of understanding will draw
Prov. xiii, 3. He that keepeth for the LORD hath prepared a sacit out.
his mouth keepeth his life: but he rifice, he hath bid his guests. Prov. XXV, 15. By long forbear- that openeth wide his lips shall ing is a prince persuaded, and a have destruction,
INSTANCES OF CHALLENGE OR
Gen. xviii, 12, 13. Therefore mouth with wisdom; and in her but that his heart may discover it
Sarah laughed within herself, say. tongue is the law of kindness.
self. Whenthe wicked cometh, then
I am waxed old shall I
bave pleasure, my lord being old ignominy reproach. A fool's lips * wise are as goads, and as nails
also? And the LORD said unto enter into contention, and bis Abraham, Wherefore did Sarah fastened by the masters of assem
mouth calleth for strokes. A blies, which are given from one fool's mouth is his destruction, bear a child, which am old?
laugh, saying, Shall I of a surety shepherd.
and his lips are the snare of his James iil, 2. For in many things soul. He that answereth a matter
Gen. xxiii, 5, 6. And the children we offend all. If any man offend before he heareth it, it is folly and ing unto him, Hear us, my lord:
of Heth answered Abraham, sayI not in word, the same is a perfect shame unto him. "man, and able also to bridle the
Thou art a mighty prince among whole body.
Prov. xxix, 11, 20. A fool utter-us; in the choice of our sepulchres
eth all his mind: but a wise man bury thy dead: none of us shall IMPROPRIETY.
keepeth it in till afterwards. withhold from thee his sepulchre,
Seest thou a man that is hasty in but that thou mayest bury thy Prov. x, 11, 19-21. The mouth of his words? there is more hope of dead. 2 righteous man is a well of life: a fool than of him.
Gen. xxiv. 49. And now if ye but violence covereth the mouth
Eccles. x, 14. A fool also is full will deal kindly and truly with my of the wicked. In the multitude of words: a mau cannot tell what master, tell me: and if not, tell of words there wanteth mot sin: shall be; and what shall be after me; that I may turn to the riglit but he that refraineth his lips is him, who can tell him?
hand, or to the left. wise. The tongue of the just is
Gen. xxvii, 21--23. And Isaac 13 choice silver: the heart of the
Gen. xxiv, 21. And the man thee, that I may feel thee, my son,
whether then be my very son fools die tor want of wisdom. to wit whether the LORD had made
Esau or not. And Jacob went Prov. xii, 22, 23. Lying lips are his journey prosperous or not.
near unto Isaac bis father; and he abomination to the LORD: but they
felt him, and said, The voice is that deal truly are his delight. A
2 Kings xviii, 36. But the people Jacob's voice, but the hands are prudent man concealeth know-held their peace, and answered
the bands of Esau. And he disledge: but the heart of fools pro-him not a word: for the king's cerned him not, because hislands claimeth foolishness. commandment was, saying, An
were hairy, as his brother Esau's swer him not.
hands. So he blessed him. Prov. xiii, 2, 16. A man shall
Job xiii, 19. Who is he that will aat good by the fruit of his mouth:
Gen. xxxi, 36, 37. And Jacob hat the soul of the transgressors plead with me? for now, if I hold
was wroth, and chode with Laban: shall eat violence. Every prudent iny tongue, I shall give up the
and Jacob answered and said to man dealeth with knowledge :
Laban, What is my trespass? but a fool layeth open his folly. Job xxix, 9. The princes re- what is my sin, that thou hast so Proc, xv, 1-4,7, 28. A soft answer land on their mouth. frained talking, and laid their hotly pursued after me? Where
as thou hast searched all my stuff, Curneth away wrath: but grievous words stir up anger.
Job xxxii, 15, 16. They were what hast thou found of all thy of the wise useth knowledge amazed; they answered no more; household stuff: set it here before
When I my brethren and thy brethren, Eright: but the mouth of fools they left off speaking. oureth out foolishness. The eyes
had waited, (for they spake not, that they may judge betwixt us f the LORD are in every place, but stood still, and answered nó both. eholding the evil and the good? more.)
Num. xi, 10, 11, 13, 14, 28, 29. wholesome tongue is a tree of Ps. xxxix, i, 2. I said, I will take Then Moses heard the people fe: but perverseness therein is a beed to my ways, that I sin notweep throughout their families, reach in the spirit. The lips with my tongue: I will keep my every man in the door of bis tent:
the wise disperse knowledge : mouth with a bridle, while the and the anger of the LORD was at the heart of the foolist: doeth wicked is before me. I was dumb | kindled greatly; Moses also was t 80.
The heart of the right with silence; I held my peace, displeased. And Moses said unto us studieth to answer: but the eren from good; and my surrow the LORI), Wherefore hast thou buth of the wicked poureth out was stirred.
afflicted thy servant? and whereil things.
Isa, xxxvi, 21. But they held fore have I not found favour in Eccles. ix, 17. The words of their peace, and answered him not thy sight, that thou layest the se men are heard in quiet, more a word: for the king's command burden of all this people upon me? an the cry of him tbat ruleth | ment was, saying, Answer him whence should I have flesli to give
unto all this people? for they weep
unto me, saying, Give us flesh, Eccles. x, 12. The words of a
Isa. xll, 1. Keep silence before that we inay eat. I am not able e man mouth are gracious; me, o islands; and let the people to bear all this people alone,
renew their strength: let them because it is too leavy for me. the lips of a fool will swallow
come near; let them speak: let And Joshua the son of Nun, the himselt.
us come near together to judg- servant of Moses, one of his young
men, answered and said, My lord Proo. , 8. The wise in heart
Zeph. 1, 7. Hold thy peace at the Moses, forbid them. And Moses
Bald unto him, Enviest thou for be refresked: I will open my lips l Jod vi, 21-96. For not ge in my sake? Would God that all the and answer.
nothing; ye see my casting das LORD's people were propbets, and
Job xxxiil, 1-3, 6, 31--33. Where- and are afraid. Did I say, Big that the LORD would put his fore, Job, I pray thee, hear my unto me! or, Gire a retar Spirit upon them!
speeches, and hearken to all my me of your substance? öt I 1 Sam. xvii, 28. And Eliab his words. Behold, now I have open
liver me from the enemysla eldest brother heard when heed my mouth, my tongue bath or, Redeem me from the Land spake unto the men: and Eliab's spoken in my mouth. My words the mighty? Teacu Die, 23.1 anger was kindled against David, shall be oj the uprightness of my
will hold my tongur, sp and he said, Why camest thou heart; and my lips shall utter me to understand wherein 1 down bither? and with whom hast knowledge clearly. If thou canst erred. How forcible are re: thou left those few sheep in the answer me, set thy toords in order
words! but what dotb FT 2 wilderness? I know thy pride, and before me, stand up. Mark well, ing reprove? Do ye imizice the naughtiness of thine heart; O Job; hearken unto me: hold thy reprove words, and the same tur thou art come down that thou peace, and I will speak. If thou of one that is desperate, mightest see the battle. bast any thing to say, answer me:
are as wind? Job iv, 2. If we assay to como speak; for I desire to justify thee. Job viii, 2. How long sl ha mune with thee, wilt thou be
If not, hearken unto me: hold thy speak these things and grieved? but who can withhold peace, and I shall teach thee shall the words of thy mothy himself from speaking? wisdom.
like a strong wind! Job xiii, 2, 3, 6, 13, 17. What ye Job xxxiv, 2, 16, 34, 35. Hear
Job ix, 2, 3. I know it all know, the same do I know also: 1 my words, 6 ye wise men; and truth: but how should be am not inferior unto you. Surely I give ear unto me, ye that have just with God? If be will capo would speak to the Almighty, and knowledge. If now thou hast with him, he cannot esse 1 I desire to reason with God. Hear understanding, hear this; hearken one of a thousand. now my reasoning, and hearken to the voice of my words: Let Job xi, 2, 3. Should not be to the pleadings of my lips. Hold men of understanding tell me, multitude of words be arup your peace, let me alone, that I let a wise man hearken unto me. and should a man full of may speak, and let come on me Job hath spoken without know- justified? Should thy lles se what will Hear diligently my ledge, and his words were with men hold their peace? . 1 speech, and my declaration with out wisdom.
thou mockest, shall no man your ears.
Job xxxv, 3, 4. For thou saidst, thee ashamed?
What advantage will it be unto Joo xiii, 14. Wherefond! Job xv, 5. For thy mouth utter-thee? and, What profit shall I take my desh in my teethal eth thine iniquity, and thou have, if I be cleansed from my put my life in mine bani choosest the tongne of the crafty. siu? I will answer thee, and thy companions with thee.
Job xv, 2, 3. Should a vie Job xvi, 4-6. I also could speak
utter vain knowledge, and as ye do: if your soul were in my and I will shew thee that I have he reason with unproñtaber til
Job XXXVI, 2. Suffer me a little, belly with the east wind Sabina soul's stead, I could heap up words against you, and shake yet to speak on God's behall.
or with speeches where we mine head at you. But I would Acts xiii, 16. Then Paul stood can do no good? strengthen you with my mouth, up, and beckoning with his hand, Job xvi, 2, 3. I bare bearisk and the moving of my lips should said, Men of Israel, and ye that such things: miserable contra asswage your gries. Though I fear God, give audience.
are ye all. Shall Fain wort #peak, my grief is not ass waged;
an end? 2 Cor. xii, 19. Again, think ye
or what embolica and though I forbear, what am I that we excuse ourselves unto
thes that thou answeres? eased? you? we speak before God in
Job xviii, 4. He teareth her Job xvii, 2. Are there not mock-Christ: but we do all things, dearly in his anger: shall the earth * ers with me? and doth not mine beloved, for your edifying. forsaken for thee? and so eye continue in their provocation:
rock be removed out of his per Job xviii, 2. How long will it AND OF REPLIES, ETC.
Job xix, 2-4. How long ! be ere ye make an end of words?
Gen. xxl, 26. And Abimelech
vex my soul, and break : mark, and afterwards will said, I wot not who hath done pieces with words
this thing; neither didst thon tell times have ye reproacbel 1 Job xxl, 2-5. Hear diligently me, neither yet heard I of it, but ye are not ashamed that se my speech, and let this be your to-day.
yourselves strange to me in consolations. Suffer me that I
be it indeed that I have en
Gen. xxvii, 11, 15. And Jacob mine error remaineth via e may speak; and after that I have said to Rebekah his mother, Bespoken, mock on. As for me, is
self. hold, Esau my brother is a hairy my complaint to man? and if it
I am a smooth
Job xx, 2, 3. Therefore do it were so, why should not my spirit And'Rebekali 100k goodly raimeni thoughts cause me to answers be tronbled? Mark me, and be of her eldest son® Esau, which for this I make baste astonished, and lay your hand
were with her in the house, and beard the check of my repro upon your mouth. put then upon Jacob her younger
and the spirit of my unters Job xxxii, 10, 17--20. Therefore son
ing causeth me to answer. I said, Hearken to me; I also will slew mine opinion. I said, I will
Gen. xl. 15. For indeed I was
Job xxi, 34. How then conte answer also my part; I also will Hebrews; and here also have I
stolen away out of the land of the ye me in vain, seeing but shew mine opinion,
answers there remaileth
JOO XXVI, 4. To whom has
1 Sam. xvii, 29. And David sald, uttered words and whiuse srl butlles. I will speak, that I may now a cause. What have I'now done? Is there came from tlace?
Job sxvii, 11. I will teach i
For I am
by the hand of God; that which Prov. x, 17. He is in the way of Lord: this shall not be unto ther.
be that refuseth reproof erreth. Peter, Get thee behind me, Satan:
thou art an offence unto me; for 2 Sam. xix, 28--30. For all of instruction loveth knowledge: but
thou Savourest not the things w my father's house were but dead be that hateth reproof is brutish.
that be of God, but those that bo men before my lord the king; yet
of men, didst thou set thy servant among shame shall be to him that refus
Prov. xiil, 18. Poverty and
Gal. 11, 11-13. But when Peter them that did eat at thine own eth instruction: but he that re
was come to Antioch, I withstood able: what right therefore have I ret to cry any more unto the gardeth reproof shall be honoured. bim to the face, because he was
to be blamed. For. before that med king? And the king said unto Prov. xv, 10,12,31,32. Correction is certain came from James, he did
nim, Why speakest thou any grievous unto him that forsaketh eat with the Gentiles: but when
refuseth instruction carried away with their dissimul-
THE EXPRESSION OF GOOD Job xv, 6. Thine own mouth Prov. xvii, 10. A reproof enter
RESOLUTIONS. ondemneth thee, and not l; yea, eth more into a wise man than an
XATIONAL. hine own lips testify against hundred stripes into a fool. hee.
Prov. xxiv, 25. But to them that answered together, and said, All
Exod. xix, 8. And all the people Joo xvii, 10. But as for you all, rebuke kiir shall be delight, and that the Lord hath spoken we will lo ye return, and come now: for a good blessing shall come upondo. And Moses returned the cannot find one wise man them.
words of the people unto the mong you.
Prov. XXV, 12. As an earring of LORD.
Exod. xxlv, 3. And Moses came he root of the matter is found inobedient ear.
of the LORD, and all the judg. ge?
Prov. xxvil, 5. Open rebuke is ments: and all the people anJob xxiv, 25. And if it be not so better than secret love.
swered with one voice, and said, 10w, who will make me a liar, od make my speech nothing sake the law praise the wicked: hath said will we do.
Prov. xxviii, 4. They that for all the words which the LORD Forth,
but such as keep the law contend Deut. v, 27, 28. Go thoti near, Job xxxiv, 36. My desire is, that with them.
and hear all that the LORD our ob may be tried unto the end, ecause of his answers for wicked hear the rebuke of the wise, than unto us all that the LORD our God
Eccles. vii, 5. It is better to God shall suy; and speak thou den.
for a man to hear the song of shall speak unto thee, and we Job xxxv, 16. Therefore doth fools.
will hear it, and do it. And the ab open his mouth in vain; he
Amos v, 10. They hate him that LORD beard the voice of your aultiplieth words withont know
rebuketh'iu the gate, and they and the LORD said unto me, I
words, when yo spake unto me; Edge.
abhor him REPROOF.
that speaketh up have heard the voice of the
rightly. Lev. xix, 17. Thou shalt not
words of this people, which they
1 Tim. v, 1, 2, 20. Rebuke not have spoken unto thee: they have ou shalt in anywise rebuke thy father; and the younger men as spoken. are thy brother in thine heart:
an elder, but entreat him as a
well said all that they have jghbour, and not suffer sin upon brethren; The elder women as n. mothers; the younger as sisters,
Josh xxiv, 15, 16, 18, 21, 22-24. And Ps.cxli, 8, 6. Let the righteous with all purity. Them that sin if it seem evil unto you to serve ite me; it shall be a kindness; rebuke before all, that others also the LORD, choose you this day let him reprove me; it shall be may fear,
whom ye will serve; whether the excellent oil, which shall not
gods which your fathers served, ak my head:
for yet my
that were on the other side oí tho
me and my bouse, we will serve
taken shall bear my words: for servants
the LORD. And the people an away. are sweet.
swered and said, God forbid that
Gen. xxvi, 26, 27. Then Abime we should forsake the LORD, to cov. ix, 7-9. Fle that reproveth to himself lech went to him from Gerar, and
serve other gods: And the LORD corner
Ahuzzath one of his friends, and drave out from before us all the ne; and he that rebuketh a te man getteth himself a blot. Phichiol the chief captain o his people, even the Amorites which ove noi a scorner, lest he armyAnd Isaac said unto them, dwelt in the land; therefore will thee? rebuke a wise man, Wherefore como yo to me, seeing we also serve the Lord, for he is
ye hate me, and will love
our God. And the people said he Fiction to a wise man, and he away from you?
unto Joshua, Nay; but we will
Malth, xvi, 22, 23. Then Peter serve the LORD. And Joshua be yet wiser, teach a just and he will
increasy in took him, and began to rebuke said unto the people, Ye are wita
him, saying, Be it far from theo, Desses against yourselves that ye
have chosen you the LORD, to round about him bring presenta l'and then took his leafe d 6 serve him. And they said, We unto bim that ought to be feared. brethren, and salled there isso are witnesses.
Prov. xx, 25. It is a snare to the Syria, and with him Priscilla si Josh. xxiv, 23, 24. Now there man who devoureth that which is Aquila; having shorn ki bado put away (said he) the strange holy, and after vows to make en- Cenchrea: for be had a vot. gods which are among you, and quiry. incline your heart unto the LORD God of Israel. And the people
Gen. xxviii, 20-22. And Jacob OBLIGATION OF KEEPING VI said unto Joshua, The LORD our towed a vow, saying, If God will
Num. XXX, 2. If a man fürs God will we serve, and his voice be with me, and will keep me in will we obey. this way that I go, and will give
vow unto the LORD, or stede
oath to bind his soul with a Jer. xlii, 6. Whether it be good, me bread to eat, and raiment to
he shall not break bis Fun or whether it be evil, we will obey put on, so that I come again to the voice of the LORD our God, tu
be shall do according to si de my father's house in peace, then
shall the LORD be my God. And whom we send thee; that it may this stone, which I have set for a
proceedetb out of his month
Deut. xxill, 21, 23. be well with us, when we obey pillar, shall be God's house. ...
shalt row a vow unto the Lo the voice of the Lord our God.
Gen. xxxi. 13. I am the God of thy God, thou shalt no: slag: INDIVIDUAL
Beth-el, wliere thou anointedst pay it: for the Lord thy Godo] Ps. xvii, 3. Thou hast proved the pillár,and where thou vowedst surely require it op etize, ad 3 a vow unto me: Dow arise, get is gone out of thy lips that is
would be sin in thee. That mine heart; thou bast visited me
thee out from this land, and rein the night; thou hast tried me, and shalt find nothing: I am pur
turn unto the land of thy kindred, keep and perform; crena posed that my mouth shall not
Num. XX1, 2, 3. And Israel vowed vowed unto the Los) item
offering, according as iba transgress.
a vow unto the Lord and said, If which thou has promised sith
thou wilt indeed deliver this Ps. xxvi, 11. But as for me, I
mouth. will walk' in mine integrity: re: people into my hand, then I will utterly destroy their cities. And
Job xxii, 27. Thou shalt este deem me, and be merciful unto the LORD hearkened to the voice thy prayer unto him, and te ste of Israel, and delivered up the
hear thee, and thou stali papai Ps. cxvi, 9. I will walk before Canaanités; and they utterly de- vows. the Lord in the land of the living. stroyed them and their cities; and P8. xxii, 25. My praise shite
Ps. cxix, 57. Thou art my por- he called the name of the place of thee iu the great content tion, () LORD: I have said that I Hormah.
I will pay my rows before then would keep thy words.
2 Sam. xv, 7. And it came to that fear him. Matth. xxvi, 33, 35. Peter an- pass after forty years, that Ab- P3. I, 14. Offer Unto God that's swered and said unto him, Though salom said unto the king, I pray giving, and pay thy ross De all men shall be offended because thee, let me go and pay my vow,
the most High. of thee, yet will I never be of which I have vowed unto the Ps. Ixi, S. So will I sing p tended. Peter said unto him, LORD, in IIebron.
unto thy name for ever, the Though I should die with thee, Ps. Ivi, 12. Thy vows are upon may daily perform my yon yet will I not deny thee. Like me, () God: I will render praises 23. lxv, 1. Praise mait-th it wise also said all the disciples. unto thee.
thee, O God, in Zion: ipi $2. Mark xiv, 29-31. But Peter said Ps. Ixi, 5. For thou, O God, hast thee shall the vow be perture unto him, Althongh all shall be heard my vows: thou hast given
P3. Ixvi, 13. I will go tote offended, yet will not l. And me the heritage of those that fear
house with burnt-offerings | Jesus saith unto him, Verily I thy name.
pay thee my vows. say unto thee, That this day, even Ps. cxxxii, 1--5. LORD, remember in this night, before the cock crow David, and all his afllictions: How
P3. cxvi, 14, 16-19. twice, thou shalt deny me thrice. he gware unto the Lord, and vowed now in the presence of all
pay my Vows unto the La But he spake the more vehement- unto the mighty Godof Jacob; Surely, If I should die with thee, I will ly I will not come into the taber
people. O LORD, truly I ** not deny thee in any wise. 'Like- nacle of my house, nor go up into thy, servant; I am thy serta
and the wise also said they all.
son of thine bags my bed; I will not give sleep to
maid: thou hast loosed * Luke xxii. 33. And he said unto mine eyes, or slumber to mine
bonds. I will offer to the him, Lord, I am ready to go with eyelids, Until I find out a place sacrifice of thanksgiving, an thee both into prison, and to
for the Lord, an habitation for the death. mighty God of Jacob.
call upon the name of the La
I will pay my vows unto tbe loo VOWS.
Prov. xxxi, 2. What, my son? now in the presence of us Lev. xxii, 18. Speak anto Aaron, and what, the son of my wornb? people, in the courts of de and to his song, and unto all the and what, the son of my vows? LORD's house, in the midst of the children of Israel, and say unto 18a. xix, 21. And the LORD sballo Jerusalem. Praise ye them, Whatsoever he be of the be known to Egypt, aud the LORD. house of Israel, or of the strangers Egyptians shall know the LORD in Israel, that will offer his obla- in that day, and sball do sacrifice ings with me; this day bare i proud
Prov. vii, 14. Ihmzx perf tion for all his vows, and for all and oblation; yea, they shall vow my vows. his free-will offerings, which they a vow unto the LORD, and perform will offer unto the LORD for a it.
Eccles. v, 4-6. Wheo theo y burnt-offering.
est a vow unto God, defer x
Jonah i. 16. Then the men Deut. xxiii. 22. But if thou shalt feared the lord exceedingly, and fools: "pay that wbien thus bas
pay it; for he hath no pleasant in forbear to vow, it shall be no sin offered a sacrifice unto the LORD, vowed. in thee.
Better is it that the and made VOWS. Ps. Ixxvi, 11. Vow, and pay unto
shouldest not row, than that is the LORD your God: let all that be this tarried there yet a good while, I suffer not thy month to at
Acts xviii, 18. And Paul after shouldest row and