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their help and their shield. Ye | Then Elisha sald, Shoot. And he | in my bow, neither shall my sword that fear the LORD, trust in the shot. And he said, The arrow of save me. LORD: he is their help and their the Lord's deliverance, and the P8. xlvi, 9. lle maketh wars to shield.

arrow of deliverance from Syria. cease into the end of the earth; Py. cxlx, 114. Thou art my hid

...... And he said, Take the he breaketh the bow, and cutteth ing place and my shield: I hope in arrowy. And he took them. And the spear in sunder; he burneth thy word,

he said unto the king of Israel, the chariot in the fire. Pl.cxliv, 2. My goodness, and Smite upon the ground. And he

Ps. Ixxvi, 3. There brake he the my fortress; my bigh tower, and smote thrice, and stayed.

arrows of the bow, the shield, and my deliverer, my shield, and he in 1 Chron. x, 3. And the battle the sword, and the battle. Selah. whom I trust; who subdueth my went sore against Saul, and the Deople under me. archers hit him, and he was and dealt unfaithfully like their

Ps. Ixxviii, 57. But turned back, Pror. ii, 7. He layeth up sound wounded of the archers.

fathers: they were turned aside wisdom for the righteous: he is a

1 Chron. xii, 2. They were armed like a deceitful bow. buckler to them that walk up with bows, and could use both the rightly.

Ps. cxxvII, 4, 5. As arrows are right hand and the left in hurling in the hand of a mighty man; 80 Prov. xxx, 5. Every word of stones and shooting arrows out of are children of the youth. Happy God is pure: he is a shield unto a bow, even of Saul's brethren of is the man that hath his quiver them that put their trust in him. Benjamin.

full of them: they shall not be Neh, iv, 13. Therefore set I in ashamed, but they shall speak

the lower places behind the wall, with the enemies in the gate. ARROW, BOW, ARCHERY. and on the higher places, I even

18a. v, 28. Whose arrows are Gen. XXI, 20. And God was with set the people after their families the lad; and he grew, and dwelt with their swords, their spears, their horses' hoofs shall be count

sharp, and all their bows bent, in the wilderness, and became an and their bowg.

ed like flint, and their wheels liko archer.

a whirlwind. 1 Sam. xviii, 4. And Jonathan BOW AND ARROWS, Isa. xxii, 3, 6. All thy rulers are stripped himself of the robe that

THE CHARACTERISTIC WEAPONS or fled together, they are bound by tus upon him, and gave it to David, and his garments, even to

JEWISH AXD FOREIGN NATIONS,

the archers; all that are found in

thee are bound together, which bis sword, and to his bow, and to AS SEEN IN THE FOLLOWING

have fled from far. And Elam his girale.

bare the quiver with chariots of 1 Sam. XX, 20, 36, 40. And I will Gen. xxi, 16. And she went, and men and horsemen, and Kir unshoot three arrows on the side sat her down over against him a covered the shield. thereof, as though I shot at a good way off, as it were a bow- 18a. xli, 2. Who raised up the mark. And he said unto his lad, shot. .

righteous man from the east, Ron, find out now the arrows

Gen. xlviii, 22. Moreover I have called him to his foot, gave the which I shoot.

And as the lad given to thee one portion above nations before him, and made him ran, he shot an arrow beyond him. thy brethren, which I took out of rule over kings? he gave them as And Jonathan gave his artillery the hand of the Amorite with my the dust to his sword, and as unto his lad, and said unto him, sword and with my bow.

driven stubble to his bow. Go carry them to the city.

Isa. xlix. 2. And he hath made 1 Sam. XXXI, 3. And the battle

Gen. xlix, 24. But his bow abode Went sore against Saul, and the

in strength, and the arms of his my mouth like a sharp sword; in archers hit him; and he was sore

hands were made strong by the the shadow of his hand hath ho wounded of the archers. hands of the mighty God of hid me, and made me a polished

shaft; in his quiver hath he hid 1 Kings xxii, 34. And a certain Jacob; (from thence is the shep

me. man drew a bow at a venture, and herd, the stone of Israel.)

Isa. Ixvi, 19. And I will set a smote the king of Israel between

Num.xxiv, 8. [The Unicorn] Shall sign among them, and I will send the joints of the harness.

break their bones, and pierce those that escape of them unto the 2 Kings vi, 22. And he answered, them through with his arrows.

nations, to Tarshish, Pul, and Lud, Thou shalt

not smite them: 2 Sam. 1, 18, 22. (Also he bade that draw the bow, to Tubal, and wouldest thou smite those whom them teach the children of Judah Javan, to the isles afar off, that thou bast taken captive with thy the use of the bow: behold, it is have not heard my fame, neither sword and with thy bow? set written in the book of Jasher.) have seen my glory; and they bread and water before them, that From the blood of the slain, from shall declare my glory among the they may eat and drink, and go the fat of the mighty, the bow of Gentiles. to their master.

Jonathan turned not back, and Jer. v, 16. Their quiver is as an 2 Kings ix, 24. And Jehu drew the sword of Saul returned not open sepulchre, they are all a bow with his full strength, and empty.

mighty men. smote Jehoram between his arms, 2 Kings xix, 32. Therefore thus Jer. vi, 23. They shall lay hold and the arrow went out at his saith the LORD concerning the on bow and spear, they are cruel, heart, and he sunk down in his king of Assyria, He shall not come and have no mercy; their voicó chariot,

into this city, nor shoot an arrow roareth like the sea; and they ride 2 Kings xiii, 15-18. And Elisha there, nor come before it with upon horses, set in'array as men said unto him, Take bow and shield, nor cast a bank against it. for war against thee, o daughter arrows. And he took unto him

of Zion. Job xx, 24. He shall flee from

The And he said to the iron weapon, and the bow of

Jer. xlvi, 9. the king of Israel, Put thine hand steel shall strike him through.

Lydians, that handle and bend upon the bow. And he put his

the bow. hand upon it: and Elisha put his Job xxix, 20. My glory was fresh

Jer. xlix, 35. Thus saith the hands upon the king's hands. in me, and my bow was renewed LORD of hosts; Behold, I will And he said, Open the window in my hand.

break the bow of Elam, the chief eastward. And he opened it. Ps. xliv, 6. For I will not trust of their might.

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bow and arrows.

Jer. 1, 9, 14, 29, 42. For, 10. I will Amos ii, 15. Neither shall he

AND ALSO OF DIVINE raise and cause to come up against stand that handleth the bow; and

JUDGMENT. Babylon an assembly of great na-ne that is swift of foot shall not tions from the north country: and deliver himself: neither shali he

Job vi, 4. For the arrows of the they shall set themselves in array that rideth the horse deliver him- Almighty are within me, the against her; from thence she shall self.

poison whereof drinketh up my be taken: their arrows shall be as

Zech, ix, 10, 13. And I will cut

spirit: the terrors of God do set of a mighty expert man; none off the chariot from Ephraim, and themselves in array against me. shall return in vain. Put your the horse from Jerusalem, and Job xvi, 13. His archers comselves in array against Babylon the battle bow shall be cut off: pass me round about, he cleareth round about: all ye that bend the and he shall speak peace unto the my reids asunder, and doth not bow, shoot at her, spare no arrows: heathen: and his dominion shall be spare; he poureth out my gall upfor she hath sinned against the from sea cren to sea, and from the on the ground. Lord. Call together the archers river cren to the ends of the earth. against Babylon: all ye that bend when I have bent Judah for me,

P3. vii, 11-13. God judgeth the thie bow, camp against it round filled the bow with Ephraim, and righteous, and God is angry with ahout; let none thereof escape: re- raised up thy sons, o Zion, against the wicked every day. If he turn compense her according to her thy sons, ó Greece, and made not, he will whet his sword; he Work; according to all that she thee as the sword of a mighty bath, bent his bow, and made it :

ready. He hath also prepared for man. hath been proud against the LORD,

him ihe instruments of death; he against the Holy One of Israel.

Zech. x, 4. Out of him came ordaineth his arrows against the They shall hold the bow and the forth the corner, out of him the

persecutors. lance: they are cruel, and will not nail, out of hin the battle bow, out of him every oppressor to

P3. xviil, 14. Yea, he sent out shew mercy: their voice shall roar

his arrows, and scattered them. like the sea, and they shall ride gether. upon horses, ereryone put in

Rev. vi, 2. And I saw, and be- Ps. xxi, 12. Therefore shalt array, like a man to the battle, hold a white horse: and he that thou make them turn their back, against thee, o daughter of Baby- sat on him had a bow; and a crown when thou shalt make ready lon.

was given unto him: and he went thine arrow's upon thy strings Jer. Ii, 3, 11. Against him that forth conquering, and to conquer. against the face of them. bendeth let the archer bend his

P3. xxxviii, 2. For thine arrows bow, and against him that lifteth ARROWS ARE IMAGES OF stick fast in me, and thy hand himself up in his brigandline: and

SUDDEN AND TERRIBLE presseth me sore. spare ye not her young men;

EVIL INFLICTED BY

P3. xlv, 5. Thine arrows are destroy ye utterly all her host. Make bright the arrows; gather

MAN.

sharp in the heart of the king's the shields; the LORD bath raised P3. xi. 2. For, lo, the wicked enemies; whereby the people fall

under thee. up the spirit of the kings of tho bend their bow, they make ready Medes: for his device is against their arrow upon the string, that Ps. Ixiv, 7. But God shall shoot Babylon, to destroy it; because it they may privily shoot at the up- at them with an arrow; suddenly is the vengeance of the Lord, the right in heart.

shall they be wounded. vengeance of his temple.

Ps. xxxvii, 14. The wicked have Ps. Ixxvii, 17. The clouds pourLam. II, 4. He hath bent his drawn out the sword, and have ed out water: the skies sent out how like an enemy: he stood with bent their bow, to cast down the a sound: thine arrows also went his right hand as an adversary, poor and needy, and to stay such abroad. and slew all that were pleasant as be of upright conversation. Ps. xci, 5. Thou shalt not be to the eye in the tabernacle of the daughter of Zion; he poured out

afraid for the terror by night; nor

Ps. Iviil, 7. Let them melt away his fury like fire.

as waters which run continually for the arrow that Nieth by day.

rohen he bendeth his bow to shoot Ezek. xxi, 21. For the king of his arrows, let them be as cut in and scatter them: shoot out thine

P3.cxliv, 6. Cast forth lightning. Babylon stood at the parting of

pieces. the way, at the head of the two

arrows, and destroy them. ways, to use divination: he made P8. lxiv, 3. Who whet their

Lam, ii, 4. He hath bent his his arrows bright. tongue like a sword, and bend

bow like an enemy. their bows to shoot their arrows, Ezek. xxxix, 3. And I will smite eren bitter words.

Lam. iil, 12, 13. He hath bent thy bow out of thy left hand, and will cause thing arrows to fall out Prov. XXV, 18. A man that bear. his bow, and set me as a mark for

the arrow lle hath caused the of thy right hand.

eth false witness against his Hosea 1, 5, 7. And it shall come

neighbour is a maul, and a sword, arrows of his quiver to enter into

and a sharp arrow. to pass at that day, that I will break the bow of Israel in the Prov. xxvi, 18. As a mad man

Ezek. v, 16. When I shall send valley of Jezreel. But I will have who casteth firebrands, arrows, upon them the evil arrows of fa

mine, which shall be for their mercy upon the house of Judah, and death.

destruction, and which I will and will save them by the LORD Jer. ix, 3, 8. And they bend

send to destroy you. their God, and will not save them their tongues like their bow for by bow, nor by sword, nor by lies: but they are not valiunt for Hab. iil, 9, 11. Thy bow was battle, by horses, nor by horse- the truth upon the earth; for made quite naked, according to men.

they proceed from evil to evil, the paths of the tribes, eren they Hosea vii, 16. They return, but and they know not me, saith the word. Selah. Thou didst cleave not to the most High: they are LORD. Their tongue is as an

the earth with rivers. The sun like a deceitful bow: their princes arrow shot out; it speaketh deceit: and moon stood still in their shall fall by the sword for the rage one speaketh peaceably to his habitation: at the light of thine of their tongue: this shall be their neighbour with his mouth, but in arrows they went, and at the derision in the land of Egypt. heart he layeth his wait.

shining of thy glittering spear.

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SLING

was stayed from the children of beamn; and his spears head Julges XX, 16. Among all this Israel.

weighed six hundred shekels of people there were seven hundred 1 Sam. xviii, 10, 11. And it came iron: and one bearing a shield dosen men lefthanded; every to pass on the morrow, that the went before him. e could sling stones at an hair evil spirit from God came upon 1 Sam. xxi, 8. And David said breadth, and not miss.

Saul, and he prophesied in the unto Abimelech, And is there not 1 Samuel xvii, 40, 49. And he midst of the house: and David here under thine hand spear or took his staff in his hand, and played with his hand, as at other sword? for I have neither brought choose liim five smooth stones times and there was a javelin in my sword nor my weapons with out of the brook, and put them in Saul's hand. And Saul cast the me, because the king's business a shepherd's bag which he had, javelin; for he said, I will smite required haste. Even in a scrip; and his sling was David even to the wall with it.

1 Sam. xxvi, 7, 8, 11, 16. So in his hand: and he drew near to And David avoided out of his David and Abishai came to the the Philistine. And David put presence twice.

people by night: and, behold, Saul his hand in his bag, and took 1 Sam. xix, 9, 10. And the evil lay sleeping within the trench, tbedco a stone, and slang it, and spirit from the LORD was upon and his spear stuck in the ground woote the Philistine in his fore- Saul, as he sat in his house with at his bolster: but Abner and the head, that the stone sunk into his his javelin in his hand; and David people lay around about him. forehead; and he fell upon his face played with his hand. And Saul Then said Abishai to David, God to the earth.

sought to smite David even to the hath delivered thine enemy into 2 Kings ill, 25. And they beat Wall with the javelin; but he thine hand this day: now there

slipped away out of Saul's pre- fore let me smite him, I pray down the cities, and on every sence, and he smote the javelin thee, with the spear even to the good piece of land cast every man his stone, and filled it; and they into the wall: and David fled, and earth at once, and I will not smite

him the second time. The LORD stopped all the wells of water, and escaped that night. filled all the good trees: only in 2 Sam. xviii, 14. Then said Joab, forbid that I should stretch forth Kir-haraseth left they the stones I may not tarry thus with thee mine hand against the Loki's thereof; howbeit the slingers And he took three darts in his anointed: but, I pray thee, take Hent about it, and smote it.

hand, and thrust them through thou now the spear that is at his the heart of Absalom, while he bolster, and the cruse of water, was yet alive in the midst of the and let us go. This thing is not

good that thou hast done. As the 1 Sam. xxv, 29. Yet a man is oak.

LORD liveth, ye are worthy to die, risen to pursue thee, and to seek 2 Chron. xxxil, 6. Also he

because ye have not kept your thy soul: but the

soul of my lord (Hezekiah] strengthened himself, master, the Lord's anointed. And shall be bound in the bundle of and built up all the wall that was life with the LORD thy God; and broken, and raised it up to the is, and the cruise of water that was

now see where the king's spear the souls of thine eneries, them towers, and another wall without, at his bolster. shall be sling out, as out of the and repaired Millo in the city of middle of a sling. David, and made darts and shields

2 Sam. 1, 6. And the young man Prot. xxvi, S. As he that bind- in abundance.

that told him said, As I happened eth a stono in a sling, so is he Heb. xii, 20. For they could not by chance upon mount Gilboa, bethat giveth honour to a fool.

endure that which was command- | hold, Saul leaned upon his spear. ed, And if so much as a beast

2 Sam. i1, 23. How beit he refus. Loko, Behold, I will sling out the stoned, or thrust through with a Jer . 1, 18. For thus saith tho touch the mountain, it shall be ed to turn aside: wherefore Abner

with the hinder end of the spear inhabitants of the land at this dart.

smole him under the fifth rib, once, and will distress them, that

that the spear came out behind they may find it so.

him; and he fell down there, and Prov. vil, 23. Till a dart strike died in the same place: and it DAGGER.

through his liver, as a bird hasteth came to pass, that as many as Judges lii, 16, 21, 22. But Ehud that it is for his life. to the snare, and knoweth not

came to the place where Asahel made him a dagger which had

fell down and died stood still. to edges, of a cubit length; and

2 Sam. xxi, 19. And there was he did gird it under his raiment

SPEAR.

again a battle in Gob with the upon his right thigh. And Ehud Josh. viil, 18, 26. And the LORD Philistines, where Elhanan the pat forth his left hand, and took said unto Joshua, Stretch out the son of Jaare-oregim, a Bethlhe dagger from his right thigh, spear that is in thy hand toward lehemite, slew the brother of Goand thrust it into his belly. And Al; for I will give it into thine liath the Gittite, the staff of whose the haft also went in after the hand. And Joshua stretched out spear was like a weaver's beam. Made; and the fat closed upon the the spear that he had in his hand 2 Sam. xxiii, 7. But the man hade, so that he could not draw toward the city. For Joshua that shall touch them must be the dagger out of his belly; and drew not his hand back, where- fenced with iron, and the staff of the dirt came out. with he stretched out the spear,

a spear. until he had utterly destroyed all

1 Chron. xl, 11, 20, 23. And this DART, JAVELIN. the inhabitants of Ai.

is the number of the mighty men Num. XXV, 7, 8. And when

1 Sam. xiii, 22. So it came to whom David had; Jashobeam, an Phinehas, the son of Eleazar, the pass in the day of battle, that Hachmonite, the chief of the capson of Aaron the priest, saw it, he there was neither sword nor tains: he lifted up his spear against rose up from among the congre- spear found in the hand of any of three hundred slain by him at one gation, and took a javelin in bis the people that were with Saul time. And Abishai the brother of hand, and he went after the and Jonathan: but with Saul and Joab, he was chief of the three: man of Israel into the tent, and with Jonathan his son was there for lifting up his spear against thrust both of them through, the found.

three hundred, he slew them, and man of Israel, and the woman 1 Sam. xvii, 7 And the staff of had a name among the three. through ber belly. So the plague his spear was like a weaver's I And he slew an Egyptian, a man

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of great stature, five cubits high; I will pursue, I will overtake, I will Acts xvi, 27. And the keeper of and in the Egyptian's hand was a divide the spoil; my lust shall be the prison awaking out of his spear like a weaver's beam; and satisfied upon them; I will draw sleep, and seeing the prison doors he went down to him with a staff, my sword, my hand shall destroy open, he drew out his sword, and and plucked the spear out of the them.

would have killed himself, supEgyptian's hand, and slew him

Num. xxii, 23. And the ass saw posing that the prisoners had with his own spear.

the angel of the LORD standing in been fled. 1 Chron. xx, 5. And there was the way, and his sword drawn in war again with the Philistines; his hand; and the ass turned aside Lev. xxvi, 33. And I will scatter and Elhanan the son of Jair slew out of the way, and went into the you among the heathen, and will Lahmi the brother of Goliath the field: and Balaam smote the ass, draw ont a sword after you: and Gittite, whose spear's staff was like to turn her into the way.

your land shall be desolate, and a weaver's beam.

Judges viii, 10, 20. Now Zebah your cities waste. Neh. iv, 21. So we laboured in and Zalmunna were in Karkor, Isa. xxi, 15. For thoy fled from the work: and half of them held and their hosts with them, about the swords from the drawn sword, the spears from the rising of the fifteen thousand men, all that were and from the bent bow, and from morning till the stars appeared. lest of all the hosts of the children the grievousness of war. John xix, 34. But one of the of the east: for there fell an hun

Jer.xlvii, 6. O thou sword of the soldiers with a spear pierced his dred and twenty thousand men Lond, how long will it be ere thou side, and forthwith came thereout that drew sword.

And he said be quiet? put up thyself into thy blood and water.

unto Jether his first born, Up, scabbard, rest, and be still.

and slay them. But the youth Acts xxiii, 23. And he called

Ezekiel xxi, 3--5. And say to unto him two centurions, saying, because he was yet a youth. drew not his sword: for he feared

the land of Israel, Thus saith the Make ready two hundred soldiers

LORD; Behold, I am against thee, to go to Cesarea, and horsemen Judges xx, 25, 46. And Benjamin and will draw forth my sword ont threescore and ten, and spearinen went forth against them out of of his sheath, and will cut off from two hundred, at the third hour of Gibeah the second day, and de- thee the righteous and the wickthe night.

stroyed down to the ground of the ed. Seeing then that I will cut off

children of Israel again eighteen from thee the righteous and the P3. XXXV, 3. Draw out also the thousand men; all these drew the wicked, therefore shall my sword

sword. So that all which fell go forth out of his sheath against spear, and stop the way against that day of Benjamin were twenty all flesh from the south to the them that persecute me: say unto and five thousand men that drew north: That all flesh may know my soul, I am thy salvation.

the sword; all these were men of that I the LORD have drawn forth Ps. Ivii, 4. My soul is among valour.

my sword out of his sheath; it lions; and I lic even among them

1 Sam. xvii, 51. Therefore David shall not return any more. that are set on fire, even the song of men, whose teeth are spears and took his sword, and drew it ran, and stood upon the Philistine, * Ezek. xxviii, 7. And they shall

draw their swords against the and arrows, and their tongue a

out of the sheath thereof, and slow | beauty of thy wisdom, and they sharp sword.

him, and cut off his head there- shall defile thy brightness. Ps. Ixviii, 30. Rebuke the com- with. pany of spearmen. 2 Sam. XX, 8. When they were

Ezekiel xxx, 11. Ile and his Jer. Vi, 23. They shall lay hold at the great stono which is in people with him, the terrible of on bow and spear.

Gibeon, Amasa went before them. I the nations, shall be brought to Nahum iii, 3. The horseman Aud Joab's garment that he had destroy the land: and they shall lifteth up both the bright sword put on was girded unto him, and and fill the land with the slain.

draw their swords against Egypt, and the glittering spear: and there upon it a girdle with a sword is a multitude of slain, and great fastened upon his loins in the

GIRDED ON THE THIGH. number of carcases; and there is sheath thereof; and as he went none end of their corpses; they forth it fell out.

Exod. xxxii, 27. And he said unstumble upon their corpses.

to them, Thus saith the LORD God 2 Kings iii, 26. And when the of Israel, Put every man his sword

king of Moab saw that the battle by his side, and go in and out OTHER WEAPONS.

was too sore for him, he took with from gate to gate throughout the Num. xxxv, 18. Or if he smite him seven hundred men that drew camp, and slay every man his him with an hand weapon of wood, swords, to break through even brother, and every man liis comwherewith he may die, and he die, unto the king of Edom: but they panion, and every man his neighhe is a murderer: the murderer could not.

bour. shall surely be put to death. Jer. I, 42. They shall hold the his 'armour-bearer, 1 Chron. x, 4. Then said Saul to

1 Sam. xvii, 39. And David gird

Draw thy his sword upon his armour, bow and the lance.

sword, and thrust me throngh and he assayed to go; for he had Jer. 11, 20. Thou art my battle there with; lest these uncircum- not proved it. ax and weapons of war: for with cised come and abuse me. But

1 Sam. xxv, 13. And David said thee will I break in pieces the his armourbearer would not; for nations, and with thee will I de he was sore afraid. So Saul took unto his men, Gird ye on every stroy kingdoms. a sword, and fell upon it.

man his sword. And they girded

on every man his sword; and Ezek. xxvi, 9. And he shall set

1 Chron. xxi, 27. And the LORD David also girded on his sword: engines of war against thy walls, commanded the angel; and he put and there went up after David and with his axes he shall break up his sword again into the sheath about four hundred men; and two down thy towers. thereof.

hundred abode by the stuff. SWORD.

John xviii, 11. Then said Jesus 2 Sam. xxi, 16. And Ishbi-benob,

unto Peter, Put up thy sword into which was of the sons of the WORN IN A SHEATH, AND DRAWN

the sheath: the cup which my giant, the weight of whose spear IN ORDER TO BE USED. Father hath given mo, shall I not weighed three hundred shekels of Exod. xv, 9. The enemy said, I drink it?

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rith a new supord, thought to Mev. 11, 12. And to the angel of the sword, out of weakness were have slain David.

the church in Pergamos write; made strong, waxed valiant in Neh. iv, 18. For the builders, These things saith he which hath night, turned to flight the armies every one had his sword girded the sharp sword with two edges. of the aliens. by his side, and so builded: and he that sounded the trumpet was WIELDED SO AS TO STRIKE

AND ALSO TO PIERCE WITH by me.

ITS POINT.
WITII ITS EDGE.

2 Sam. ii, 16. And they caught Gen. xxxiv, 26. And thoy slew 'every one his fellow by the head, Ps. xlv, 3. Gird thy sword upon Hamor and Shecho his son with and thrust his sword in his fellow's thy thigh, most mighty, with the edge of the sword, and took

sido. thy glory and thy majesty. Dinah out of Shechem's house,

Cant. lii, 8. They all hold and went out. swords, being expert in war: every

E.cod. xvii, 13. And Joshua dis- cometh out of the body; yea, the

Job xx, 25. It le drawn, and man hath his sword upon his comfited Amalek and his people glittering sword cometh out of thigh because of fear in the night. with the edge of the sword,

his gall: terrors are upon him. WHETTED IN ORDER TO BE

Num. xxi, 24. And Israel smote Prov. xli, 18. There is that

him with the edge of the sword, speaketh like the piercings of a SHARP AND BRIGHT.

and possessed his land from Ar sword: but the tongue of the wise Deut. xxxii, 41. If I whet my non unto Jabbok, even unto the is health. glittering sword, and mine hand children of Ammon; for the bortake hold on judgment; I will der of the children of Ammon was

Isa. xiv, 19. But thou art cast

out of thy grave like an abominrender vengeance to miue ene- strong.

able branch, and as the raiment mies, and will reward them that

Josh. vi, 21. And they utterly of those that are slain, thrust hate me.

destroyed all that was in the city, through with a sword, that go Ps. vii, 12. If he turn not, he will both man and woman, young and down to the stones of the pit; as a whet his sword; he hath bent his old, and ox, and sheep, and ass, carcase trodden under feet. bow, and made it ready. with the edge of the sword.

Ezek. Xvi, 40. They shall also Ezek. xxi, 9-11, 28. Son of man,

Josh, vili, 24. And it came to bring up a company against thee, prophesy, and say, Thus saith the

and they shall stone thee with Loed; Say, A sword, a sword is pass, when Israel had made an sharpened, and also furbished: It end of slaying all the inhabitants stones, and thrust thee through is sharpened to make a

of Ai in the field, in the wilder- with their swords. sore

ness wherein they chased them, Ezek. xxi, 15. I have set the slaughter, it is furbished that it may glitter: should we then make and when they were all fallen on point of the sword against all

the edge of the sword, until they their gates, that their heart may mirth? it contemneth the rod of

were

consumed, that all the faint, and their ruins be multiplied: my son, as every tree. And he hath given it to be furbished, that smote it with the edge of the up for the slaughter.

Israelites returned unto Ai, and ah! it is made bright, it is wrapped it may be handled: this sword is

sword. sharpened, and it is furbished, to

Luke, li, 35. (Yea, a sword shall gire it into the hand of the slayer.

Judges iv, 15. And tho LORD pierce through thy own soul also,) And thou, son of man, prophesy discomfited Sisera, and all his that the thoughts of many hearts and say, Thus saith the Lord chariots, and all his host, with the may be revealed. Gop concerning the Ammonites, edge of the sword before Barak; and concerning their reproach; so that Sisera lighted down off A PRINCIPAL WEAPON OF even say thou, The sword, the his chariot, and fed away on his

WAR. sword is drawn: for the slaughter feot.

Ecod. v, 21. And they said unto ut i furbished, to consume because P8. Ixxxix, 43. Thou hast also them, The Lord look upon you, of the glittering.

turned tho edge of his sword, and and judge; because ye have made Nahum iii, 3. The horseman lift- hast not made him to stand in the our savour to be abhorred in the eth up both the bright sword and battle.

eyes of Pharaoh, and in the eyes the glittering spear.

Jer. xxl, 7. And afterward, saith of his servants, to put a sword in

the LORD, I will deliver Zedekiah their hand to slay ūs. WAS SOMETIMES TWO king of Judah, and his servants, Judges vii, 14, 22. And his felEDGED.

and the people, and such as are low answered and said, This is

left in this city from the pestil- nothing else save the sword of Ps. cxlix, 6. Let the high praises ence, from the sword, and from Gideon the son of Joash, a man of of God be in their mouth, and a the famine, into the hand of Ne- Israel: for into his hand hath God twoedged sword in their hand.

buchadrezzar king of Babylon, delivered Midian, and all the host. Prov. V, 4. But her end is bitter and into the hand of their ene. And the three hundred blew the as wormwood, sharp as a two- mies, and into the hand of those trumpets, and the LORD set every edged sword.

that seek their life: and he shall man's sword against his fellow, Heb. iv, 12. For the word of smite them with the edge of the even throughout all the host: and God is quick, and powerful, and sword; he shall not spare them, the host fled to Beth-shittah in sharper than any twoediged sword, neither have pity, nor have Zererath, and to the border of piercing even to the dividing mercy.

Abel-meholah, unto Tabbath. asunder of soul and spirit, and of Luke xxi, 24. And they shall 1 Sam. XV, 33. And Samuel said, the joints and marrow, and is a fall by the edge of the sword, and as thy sword hath made women discerner of the thoughts and in shall be led away captive into all childless, so shall thy mother be tents of the heart.

nations; and Jerusalem shall be childless ainong women. And Rev. I, 16. And he had in his trodden down of the Gentiles, Samuel hewed Agag in pieces beright hand seven stars: and out of until the times of the Gentiles before the Lord in Gilgal. his mouth went a sharp twoedged fulfilled.

1 Sam. xxi, 9. And the priest sword: and his countenance was Heb. xi, 34. Quenched the viol- said, The sword of Goliath tho as the sun shlaeth in his strength. I ence of fire, escaped the edge of Philistine, whom thou slewest in

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