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oamp in the wilderness, and thougroaning: all the night make II LIFTING UP THE EYES mayest be to us instead of eyes. my bed to swim; I water my IA FREQUENT EXPRESSION Num. XVI, 14. ..... Wilt thou couch with my tears.
DENOTING BEGUN OR REput out the eyes of these mer? P3. cxvi, 8. For thou hast dewe will not come up. livered my soul from death, mine
Gen. xiii, 10,14. And Lot listed up Judges xvi. 28. And Samson eyes from tears, and my feet from called unto the LORD, and said, said falling.
his eyes, and beheld all the plain O Lord God, remember me, I pray Ps. cxix, 136. Rivers of waterg
of Jordan. . . . . . And the
LORD said unto Abram, after that thee, and strengthen me. I pray run down mine eyes, because they
Lot was separated from him, Lift thee, only this once, O God, that keep not thy law.
up now thine eyes, and look from I may be at once avenged of the
Jer. ix, 1. Oh that my head the place where thou art northPhilistines for my two eyes.
were waters, and mine eyes award, and southward, and eastJob vii, 7. 8. O remember that fountain of tears, that I might | ward, and westward. my life is wind: mine eye shall noweep day and night for the slain Gen. xviii, 2. And he lift up his more see good. The eye on niin of the daughter of my people! eyes and looked, and, lo, three that hath seen me shall see me no more: thino eyes are upon me,
Jer. xiii, 17. But if ye will not men stood by him. .... and I am not.
hear it, my soul shall weep in Gen. xxiv, 63, 64. And Isaac
secret places for your pride; and went out to meditate in the field Job xx, 9. The eye also which
mine eye shall weep sore, and run at the eventide: and he lifted up saw him shall see him no more;
down with tears, because the his eyes, and saw, and, behold, neither shall his place any more
Lord's flock is carried away cap the camels were coming. And behold him. tive.
Rebekah lifted up her eyes, and Job xxiv, 15. The eye also of the
when she saw Isaac, she lighted adulterer waiteth for the twilight, Jer. xiv, 17. Therefore thou
off the camel. saying. No eye shall see me: and shalt say this word unto them: disguiseth his face.
Gen. xxxi, 10. And it came to Let mine eyes run down with tears night and day, and let them
pass at the time that the cattle Ps. lxxxvili, 9. Mine eye moornnot cease: for the virgin daughter
conceived, that I lifted up mine eth by reason of affliction: LORD, I have called daily upon thee, I
eyes, and saw in a dream.... of my people is broken with a have stretched out my hands unto
| Gen. xxxii, 1. And Jacob lifted great breach, with a very grievous blow.
up his eyes, and looked, and, bethee.
hold, Esau came, and with him P3. cxxiil, 2. Behold, as the eyes Jer. xxxi,16. Thus saith the LORD; | four hundred men..... of servants look unto the hand of Refrain thy voice from weeping,
Gen. xliii, 29. And he lifted up their masters, and as the eyes of and thine eyes from tears: furthy
y his eyes, and saw his brother Bena maiden unto the hand of her work shall be rewarded, saith the
jamin, his mother's son...... mistress; so our eyes wait upon LORD: and they shall come again the LORD our God, until that he from the land of the enemy.
Earod. xiv, 10. And when Phahave mercy upon us.
raoh drew nigh, the children of Lam. i, 16. For these things
Israel lifted up their eyes, and, Prov. x. 26. As vinegar to the I weep; mine eye, mine eye run
behold, the Egyptians marched teeth, and as smoke to the eyes, neth down with water, because
after them.... 80 is the sluggard to them that the comforter that should relieve send him. my soul is far from me. . ...
Deut. iii, 27. Get thee np into
the top of Pisgah, and lift up Prov. xx, 12. The hearing es Lam. ii. 18. Their heart cried thine eyes westward, and northand the seeing eye, the LORD hath untc the Lord, O wall of the ward, and southward, and eastmade even both of them.
daughter of Zion, let tears runward, and behold it with thine Eccles. 1, 8. .... The eye is not down like a river day and night: eyes: for thou shalt not go over satisfied with seeing.....
give thyself no rest; let not the this Jordan.
apple of thine eye cease. Eccles, il, 14. The wise man's"
Josh. v, 18. And it came to pass, eyes are in his head; but the fool Lam. 111, 49. Mine eye trickleth | when Joshua was by Jericho, walketh in darkness: and I myself down, and ceaseth not, without that he lifted up his eyes and perceived also that one event any intermission.
looked, and, behold, there stood & happeneth to them all.
man over against him with his Rev. yil, 17. ......
sword drawn in his hand. Matth. vi, 22. The light of the shall wipe away all tears from body is the eye: if therefore thine their eyes.
Judges xix, 17. And when he
had lifted up his eyes, he saw a eye be single, thy whole body
wayfaring man in the street of al.all be full of light.
WINKING, A SIGN OF EVIL the city: and the old man said, Matth. vii, 3. And why behold
Whither goest thou? and whence est thou the mote that is in thy
Job xv, 12. Why doth thine brother's eye, but considerest not! the beam that is in thine own eye?
heart carry thee away? and what 2 Sam. xiil. 34. But Absalom do thy eyes wink at,
fled. And the young man that Luke xxiv, 16. But their eyes
kept the watch iifted up his eyes, were bolden that they should not
P3. XXXV, 19. Let not them that
and looked, and, behold, there know him. are mine enemies wrongfully re
came much people by the way joice over me: neither let them
of the hill side behind him. SOURCE OF TEARS. wink with the eye that hate me Job xvi, 16, 20. My face is foul W
2 Kings xix, 22. Whom hast icon without a cause.
thou reproached and blasphemed? with weeping, and on my eyelids | Prov. vi. 13. He winketh with and against whom hast thou exis the shadow of death. My his eyes, he speaketh with his alted thy voice, and lifted up thine friends scorn me: but mine feet, he teacheth with his fingers. | eyes on high? eren against the eve poureth out tears unto
10 Ha that winketh Holy Onc of Israel. God.
with the eye causeth sorrow: but Isa. xlix, 18. Lift up thine eyes Ps. vi, 6. I am weary with my la prattling fool shall full. I round about, and behold; all these
gather themselves together, andl Deut. xxxv, 7. And Moses was for me to do what I will with come to thee.
an hundred and twenty years old mine own? Is thine eye evil, boIsa. 11, 6. Lift up your eyes to when he died: his eye was not cause I am good? the heavens, and look upon the dimn, nor his natural force abated. Marl earth beneath.
1 Sam. iii. 2. And it came to ness, wickedness, deceit, lascii
pass at that time, when Eli wasiousness, an evil eye, blasphemy, round about, and see: all they
laid down in his place, and his pride, foolishness. gather themselves together, they
eyes began to wax dim, that he Luke xi, 34. The light of the come to thee..... could not see.
body is the eye: therefore when Jer. iii, 2. Lift up thine eyes Job xi, 20. But the eyes of the thine eye is single, thy whole unto the high places, and see wicked shall fail, and they shall body also is full of light; but when where thou hast not been lien | not escape, and their hope shall be thine eye is evil, thy body also is with. ....
as the giving up of the ghost. full of darkness. Ezek. viii. 6. Then said he unto Job xvii, 7. Mine eye also is dim me, Son of man, lift up thine by reason of borrow, and all my SYMBOL OF INTELLECT, eyes now the way toward the inembers are as a shadow.
REASON, OR OPINION. north. So I lifted up mine eyes Job xxxl, 16. If I have with Gen. xli, 37. And the thing was the way toward the north, and held the poor from their desire, or good in the eyes of Pharaoh, and behold northward at the gate of have caused the eyes of the widow in the eyes of all his servants. the altar this image of jealousy in to fail.
Deut. xii, 8. Ye shall not do after the entry.
P3. vi.7 Mine eye is consumed all the things that we do here this Dan. iv, 34. And at the end of because of grief; it waxeth old be- day, every man whatsoever is the days I Nebuchadnezzar lifted cause of all mine enemies.
right in his own eyes. up mine eyes unto heaven, and
Ps. xxxi, 9. Have mercy upon Deut. xvi, 19. ....A gift doth mine understanding returned unto
me. O LORD, for I am in trouble: blind the eyes of the wise, and me, and I blessed the most High,
mine eye is consumed with grief, pervert the words of the rightDan. X. 6. Then I lifted up mine I vea, my soul and my belly.
eous, eyes, and looked, and behold a
1 Kings xiv. 4. And Jeroboam's 1 Chron. xiii, 4. And all the concertain man clothed in linen,
wife did so, and arose, and went gregation said that they would do whose loins were girded with fine
to Shiloh, and came to the house so: for the thing was right in the gold of Uphaz.
of Ahijah. But Ahijah could not eyes of all the people. Zech. ii, 1. I lifted up mine eyes see; for his eyes were set by rea- Ps. xix, 8. .... The commandagain, and looked, and behold a son of his age.
ment of the LORD is pure, enman with a measuring line in his
Lam. v. 17. For this our heart is lightening the eyes. hand.
faint; for these things our eyes are Ps. cxix, 18. Open thou mine Zech. v, 1,5,9. Then I turned, dim.
eyes, that I may behold wondrous and lifted up mine eyes, and
things out of thy law. looked, and behold & flying roll. PAINTED BY WOMEN.
Ps. cxxxi, 1. LORD, my heart is Then the angel that talked with
2 Kings ix, 30. And when Jehu not haughty, nor mine eyes lofty: me went forth, and said unto me,
was come to Jezreel, Jezebel neither do I exercise myself in Lift up now thine eyes, and seo
heard of it; and she painted her what is this that goeth forth.
great matters, or in things too face, and 'tired her head, and Then lifted I up mine eyes, and
high for me. looked out at a window. looked, and, behold, there came
Prov. xii, 15. The way of a fool
Ezek. xxiii, 40. And further out two women, and the wind was
is right in his own eyes: but he in their wings.
more, that ye have sent for men that hearkeneth unto counsel is
to come from far, unto whom a wise. Zech. vi, 1. And I turned, and
messenger was sent; and, lo, they | Prov. xvi. 2. All the ways of a lifted up mine eyes, and looked,
Came: for whom thou didst wash 1 man are clean in his own eyes; and, behold, there came four
thyselt. paintedst thy eyes, and but the LORD weigheth the spirits. chariots out from between two
deckedst thyself with ornainents. mountains; and the mountains
Prov. xvil, 8. A gift is as a were mountains of brass.
precious stone in the eyes of him THE EVIL EYE.
that hath it: whithersoever it EYE, DIMMED BY AGE OR Deut. xxviii, 54. So that the turneth, it prospereth. SORROW.
man that is tender among you, Isa. V. 15. And the mean man
and very delicate, his eye shall be I shall be brought down, and the Gen. xxvii, 1. And it came to
evil toward his brother, and to- I mighty man shall be humbled, pass, that when Isaac was old,
ward the wife of his bosom, and I and the eyes of the lofty shall bo and his eyes were dim, so that he
toward the remnant of his chil could not see, he called Esau his
humbled. dren which he shall leave. eldest son, and said unto him, My
Isa. vi, 10. Make the heart of
Prov. xxiii. 6. Eat thou not the l this people fat, and make their son: and he said unto him, Behold, here am I.
bread of him that hath an evil ears heavy, and shut their eyes;
eye, neither desire thou his dainty | lest they see with their eyes, and Gen. xlviii, 10. Now the eyes of meats.
hear with their ears, and underIsrael were dim for age, so that he could not see. And he brought
Prov. xxviii, 22. He that hasteth stand with their heart, and conthem near unto him; and he kissed
to be rich hath an evil eye, and / vert, and be healed. them, and embraced them.
considereth not that poverty shall 18. v, 21. Woe unto them that Deut. xxviii, 65. And among come upon him.
are wise in their own eyes, and these nations shalt thou find no
Matth. vi. 23. But if thine eye | prudent in their own sight! ease, neither shall the sole of thy I be evii, iny whole body shall be sa. mix foot have rest: but the LORD shall
full of darkness. If therefore the shall the deaf hear the words of give thee there a trembling heart,
light that is in thee be darkness, I the book, and the eyes of the bund and failing of eyes, and sorrow of DOW great is that dar bow great is that darkness!
shall see out of obscurity, and out mind.
Matth. XX, 16. Is it not lawful' of darkness.
Isa, xlit, 7. To open the blind trils was the breath of life, of all / Ps. xxxvill, 13. But I. as a deat eyes, to bring out the prisoners that was in the dry land, died. man, heard not; and I was as a from the prison, and them that Job xxvi. 3. All the while my dumb man that openeth not his sit in darkness out of the prison breath is in me, and the spirit of mouth. house. God is in my nostrils.
P3. cxv, 5. They have mouths, Isa. xliii, 8. Bring forth the blind
Isa. ii, 22. Cease ye from man, but they speak not. .... people that have eyes, and the
whose breath is in his nostrils: for Ps. cxxvi, 2. Then was our deaf that have ears.
wherein is he to be accounted of? mouth filled with laughter, and Eph. 1, 18. The eyes of your
Lam. iv, 20. The breath of our our tongue with singing. ... understanding being enlightened;
nostrils, the anointed of the LORD, I that ye may know what is the was taken in their pits, of whom
Ps. cxxxv, 17. They have ears, hope of his calling, and what the
but they hear not; neither is there we said, Under his shadow we riches of the glory of his inheri- | sball live among the heathen.
any breath in their mouths. tance in the saints.
Çant. v, 16. His mouth is most 1 John ii, 11. But he that ORGAN OF SMELL. sweet: yea, he 13 altogether hateth his brother is in darkness, Ps. cxv. 6. .... Noses have
lovely. .... and walketh in darkness, and they but'the smell not
Isa. vi. 7. And he laid it upon knoweth not whither he goeth,
Isa. Ixv. 5. Which say. Stand by my mouth, and said, Lo, this hath because that darkness hath blinded his eyes.
thyself, come not near to me: for í touched thy lips; and thine ini.
am holier than thou. These are quity is taken away, and thy sin Rev. ili,18. I counsel thee to buy
a smoke in thy nose, a fire that purged. of me gold tried in the fire, that I burneth all the day. thou mayest be rich; .... and
Isa. Ivii, 4. Against whom do ye
Ezek. xxxix. 11. And it shall sport yourselves? against whom anoint thine eyes with eyesalve, that thou mayest see.
come to pass in that day, that I make ye a wide mouth, and draw will give unto Gog a place there
of graves in Israel, the valley of Lam. iii. 29. He putteth his NOSE
the passengers on the east of the mouth in the dust; if so be there Lev. xxi, 18. For whatsoever sea, and it shall stop the noses of
may be hope. man he be that hath a blemish, he | the passengers. ...
Ezek. 11, 8. But thou, son of man, shall not approach: a blind man, Amos iv, 10. I have sent among I hear what I say unto thee. Be not or a lame, or he that hath a flat you the pestilence after the man
thou rebellious like that rebellious nose, or any thing superfluous. ner of Egypt: your young men
men house: open thy mouth, and eat Num. xi, 20. But even a whole have I slain with the sword, and
that I give thee. month, until it come out at your have taken away your horses; and nostrils, and it be loathsome unto I have made the stink of your
Rcv. iii, 16. So then because you: because that ye have despis. camps to come up unto your nos- | thou art lukewarm, and neither ed the LORD which is among you, trils: yet have ye not returned unto cold nor hot, I will spue thee out and have wept before him, saying. / me, saith the LORD.
of my mouth. Why came wo forth out of Egypt?
2 Kings xix, 28. Becanse thy AND OF THE DIVINE LAYING HAND ON MOUTH, rage against me and thy tumnlt is
TOKEN OF REVERENCE. come up into mine ears, therefore
E.cod. xv. 8. And with the blast I will put my hook in thy nose,
Judoes xviii, 19. And they said of thy nostrils the waters were unto him, Hold thy peace, and lay and my bridle in thy lips, and I
gathered together. ..... will turn theo back by the way by
thine hand upon thy mouth, and which thou camest.
Sam. xxli, 9. 16. There went up a go with us, and be to us a father
smoke out of his nostrils, and fire and a priest..... Prov. XXX, 83. .... And the
out of his mouth devoured: coals wringing of the nose bringeth were kindled by it. And the
Job xxi, 5. Mark me, and be asforth blood; so the forcing of wrath channels of the sea appeared, the
tonished, and lay your hand upon bringeth forth strife. foundations of the world were
your mouth. Cant. vil, 4..... Thy nose is discovered, at the rebuking of the Job xxix. 9. The princes refrainas the tower of Labanon which I LORD, at the blast of the breath of led talking and laid their hand looketh toward Damascus. his nostrils.
on their mouth. Isa. 111, 21. The rings, and nose | Job iv, 9. By the blast of God Job xl. 4. Behold, I am vile; jewels.
they perish, and by the breath of what shall I answer thee? I will Ezek. viii, 17. Then he said unto his nostrils are they consumed.
| lay mine hand upon my mouth. me, Hast thou seen this, son of
Prov. XXX, 32. If thou hast done man? Is it a light thing to the
MOUTH. house of Judah that they commit
foolishly in lifting up thyself, or the abominations which they com- 1 Sam. 1, 12. And it came to pass. if thou hast thought evil, lay thine
y mouth. mit here? for they have filled the as she continued praying before hand upon ti land with violence, and have re- the LORD, that Eli marked her turned to provoke me to anger: mouth.
SMITING ON MOUTH, AN and, lo, they put the branch to 1 2 Kings iv, 34. And he went up, ACT OF CONTEMPTUOUS their nose, and lay upon the child, and put
ANGER. his mouth upon his mouth, and THE MEANS OR SEAT OF his eyes upon his eyes, and his i Prov. xviii, 6. A fool's lips enter
LIFE AND BREATH. hands upon his hands. .... into contention, and his mouth Gen. ii, 7. And the LORD God Job xxxiv, 3. For the ear trieth calleth 101 formed man of the dust of the words, as the mouth tasteth meat. Acts xxiii. 2. And the high ground, and breathed into his P3. xxii, 13. They gaped upon priest Ananias commanded them zostrils the breath of life. ....
me with their mouths, as a raven- that stood by him to smite him on
me with their mouths, as a ravenGen. vii, 22. All in whose n08- | ing and a roaring lion.
"Ov. xiil, 2. A Hof his mouth: sono is. 20. If I
MOUTH USED IN EATING. Junto him. So Joab put the words ! P3. I, 19. Thon givest thy mouth 1 Sam. xiv, 26. And when the in her mouth.
to evil, and thy tongue frameth people were come into the wood, 2 Sam, xviii, 25 And the watch- deceit. behold, the honey dropped; but man cried, and told the king. Ps. liv, 2. Hear my prayer, O Do man put his hand to his mouth: And the king said, If he be alone, God; give ear to the words of my for the people feared the oath. there is tidings in his mouth. | mouth
Job xii, 11. Doth not the ear And he came apace, and drew Ps. Ixvi, 14. Which my lips have try words? and the mouth taste near.
uttered, and my mouth hath his meat?
1 Kings xxii, 13. And the mes spoken, when I was in trouble. Job xvi, 10. They have gaped
senger that was gone to call | P3. lxxiii, 9. They set their
Micaiah spake unto him, saying, upon me with their mouth. ....
o nim, saying, mouth against the heavens, and
Behold now, the words of the pro- their tongue walketh through the P3. lxxvill, 30. They were not
phets declare good unto the king estranged from their lust. But
pod unto the king earth.
with one mouth. . ... while their meat was yet in their
Ps. Ixxviil, 2. I will open my months,
Esther vi, 8.... As the word | mouth in a parable: I will utter
went ont of the king's mouth, dark sayings of old. Ps. Ixxxi, 10. I am the Lord thy
they covered Haman's face. God, which brought thee out of
Psalm cvii, 12. The right the land of Egypt: open thy mouth
Job vil, 11. Therefore I will not
eous shall see it, and rejoice: and wide, and I will fill it. refrain my mouth; I will speak in
all iniquity shall stop her mouth. the anguish of my spirit; I will Prov. xiii, 2. A man shall eat complain in the bitterness of my
P3. cix, 2. For the mouth of the good by the fruit of his mouth:
wicked and the mouth of the debut the soul of the transgressors
ceitful are opened against me:
Job ix, 20. If I justify myself, they have spoken against me with shall eat violence.
mine own mouth shall condemn Lolving tongue Prov. xvi, 26. He that laboureth
me: if I say, I am perfect, it shall laboureth for himself; for his
Ps. cxli, 3. Set a watch, O LORD, also prove me perverse. mouth craveth it or him.
before my mouth; keep the door
Job xv. 6. 30. Thine own mouth of my lips. Prov. xix, 24. A slothful man
condemneth thee, and not I: yea, hideth his hand in his bosom, and thinó own lips testify against
1 Prov. ii, 6. For the LORD giveth will not so much as bring it to his
wisdom: out of his inouth cometh thee. IIe shall not depart out of mouth again. darkness; the flame shall dry up
knowledge and understanding. Prov. xxx, 20. Such is the way his branches, and by the breath
Prov. iv.5.24. Get wisdom, get unof an adulterous woman; she l of his mouth shall he go away.
derstanding: forget it not; neither eateth, and wipeth her mouth, and
Job xvi, 5. But I would strength
decline from the words of my saith, I have done no wickedness.
mouth. Put away from theo a ess. en you with my mouth, and the Eccles. vi, 7. All the labour of moving of my lips should asswage
froward mouth, and perverse lips man is for his mouth, and yet the your grief.
put far from thee. appetite is not filed.
Prov. vi, 2. Thou art snared Job xix, 16. I called my servant, Cant. vii, 9. And the roof of thy and he gave me no answer; I in
with the words of thy mouth, mouth like the best wine for my
| thou art taken with the words of
treated him with my mouth. beloved, that goeth down sweetly,
thy mouth. causing the lips of those that are
Prov. vii, 24. Hearken unto me cause before him, and fill my asleep to speak.
now therefore, O ye children, and mouth with arguments.
attend to the words of my mouth, Ezek. iv, 14. Then said I, Ah Job xxxi, 30. Neither have I Lord Gop! behold, my soul hath suffered my mouth to sin by wish
Prov. viii, 7, 8. For my mouth not been polluted: ..... neithering a curse to his soul.
shall speak truth; and wickedness canie thcro abominable flesh into
is an abomination to my lips. All
P3. v. 9. For there is no faithful- I the words of my mouthi are in my mouth. ness in their mouth; their inward
righteousness; there is nothing Matth. xv, 11. Not that which part is very wickedness; their
froward or perverse in them. goeth into the mouth defleth a throat is an open sepulchre; they man; but that which cometh out flatter with their tongue.
Prov. xi, 9. An hypocrite with of the mouth, this defileth a
his mouth destroyeth his neigh
Ps. xvii, 3. Thou hast proved | bour: but through knowledge shall man,
mine heart; thou hast visited me the iust be delivered. Acts xl, 8. But I said, Not so, in the night; thion hast tried me, Lord: for nothing common orl and sbalt find nothing: I am pur
Prov. xii, 14. A man shall be unclean hath at any time entered posed that my mouth shall not
satisfied with good by the fruit of
his month: and the recompence • into my mouth. transgress.
of a man's hands shall be render
Ps. xxxvi, 3. The words of his AND ALSO IN SPEAKING. Imouth are iniquity and deceit: he
ed unto him. Gen. xxiv, 57. And they said, hath left off to be wise, and to do
1 Prov. xiil, 3. He that keepeth We will call the damsel, and en good.
his mouth keepeth his life: but quire at her mouth.
he that openeth wide lis lips shall
P3. XxxvII, 30. The mouth of the have destruction. Gen. xlv, 12. And, behold, your righteous speaketh wisdom, and eyes see, and the eyes of my his tongue talketh of judgment.
| Prov. xv, 2, 14, 23. The tongue brother Benjamin, that it is my
of the wise useth knowledge
Ps. xxxix, 1. I said, I will take | aright: but the mouth of fools mouth that speaketh unto you. I heed to my ways, that I sin not poureth out foolishness. The
Judges ix. 38. Then said Zebul with my tongue: I will keep my heart of him that hath underunto him, Where is now thy mouth with a bridle, while the
standing seeketh knowledge: but month, wherewith thou saidst, | wicked is before me.
the mouth of fools feudeth on Who is Abimelech, that we should
lix My month shall I foolishness. serve him?
speak of wisdom; and the medita- | the answer of his mouth: and a 2 Sam. xiv, 3. And come to the tion of my heart shall be of under word spoken in due souson, how king, and speak on this manner l standing.
good is it!
I would ordor my
Words of my mo
part is very wieleir inward
man; but the mouth denleth
Prov. xv, 23. The heart of the thing out of his mouth, that they | Dan. X, 16. And, behold, one wise teacheth his mouth, and add- might accuse him.
like the similitude of the sons of eth learning to his lips.
Acts xv, 7, 27. And when there men touched my lips: then I Prov. xviii. 4. 7. 20. The words had been much disputing. Peter I opened my mouth, and spake. ... of a man's mouth are as deep rose up, and said unto them, Men Matth. v. 2. And he opened his waters, and the wellspring of and brethren, ye know how that mouth, and taught them, saying. wisdom as a flowing brook. Aa good while ago God made choice fool's mouth is his destruction, among us, that the Gentiles by
Luke i, 64. And his Bonita and his lips are the snare of his my mouth should hear the word was opened immediately, and his soul. A man's belly shall be of the gospel, and believe. We tongue loosed, and he spake, and satisfied with the fruit of his have sent therefore Judas and praise God. mouth; and with the increase of Silas, who shall also tell you the Acts viii, 35. Then Philip openhis lips shall he be filled. same things by mouth.
ed his mouth, and began at the Prov. xxi, 23. Whoso keepeth
Rom. x, 10. For with the heart
same scripture, and preached unhis mouth and his tongue keepeth man believeth unto righteousness;
to him Jesus. his soul from troubles. and with the mouth confession is
Acts x, 84. Then Peter*opened Prov. xxvi, 7, 28. The legs of the made unto salvation.
his month, and said, or a truth I lame are not equal: so is a para- Eph. vi. 19. And for me, that
perceive that God is no respecter ble in the month of fools. A lying I utteranca'
of persons. utterance may be given unto me, tongue hateth those that are that Im
that I may open my mouth boldly, I | Acts xviii, 14. And when Paul afflicted by it; and a flattering to make known the mystery of the was now about to open his mouth, mouth worketh ruin. gospel.
Gallio said unto the Jews. If it Eccles. v, 2, 6. Be not rash with
James ill, 10. Out of the same
were a matter of wrong or wicked thy mouth, and let not thine heart mouth proceedeth blessing and
lewdness, O ve Jews, reason would be hasty to utter any thing before cursing. My brethren, these
that I should bear with you, God..... Suffer not thy mouth
things ought not so to be. to cause thy flesh to sin.
2 Çor. vi, 11. O ye Corinthians, Jude 16. These are murmurers, our mouth is open unto you, our Eccles, x, 12, 13. The words of a
complainers, walking after their heart is enlarged. wise man's mouth are gracious;
own lusts; and their mouth speakbut the lips of a fool will swallow
eth great swelling words. up himself. The beginning of the
LIPS, words of his mouth is foolishness: and the end of his talk is mis | OPENING THE MOUTH, THE Num. Xxx, 6. And it she had at chievous madness.
COMMENCEMENT OF A
all an husband, when she vorrer, Isa, ix, 17. .... For every one DISCOURSE OR
or uttered ought out of her lips.
where with she bound her soul. is an hypocrite and an evildoer,
ANSWER. and every mouth speaketh folly.
1 Sam. i, 13. Now Ilannalı, she Job iil, 1. After this opened Job Jer. xv, 19. Therefore thus saith
spake in her heart; only her lips his mouth, and cursed his day. the LORD, If thou return, then
moved, but her voice was not
Job xxix. 23. And they waited will I bring thee again, and thou
heard: therefore Eli thought she for me as for the rain; and they shalt stand before ine: and if thou
had been drunken. opened their mouth wide as for take forth the precious from the the latter rain.
Ps. xii, 4. Who have said, with vile, thou shalt be as my mouth. Jer, xxxvi, 17. And they asked
Job xxxii. 20. I will speak. that I our tongue will we prev:til, our
I may be refreshed: I will open lips are our own; who is lord over Baruch, saying, Tell us now, How my lips and answer.
us? didst thou write all these words at his mouth?
Ps. xxxix. 9. I was dumb. Ps. lix, 12. For the sin of their opened not my mouth; because
mouth and the words of their lips Exek, xxxv, 13. Thus with your thou didst it.
let them even be taken in their mouth ye have boasted against | Ps. cxix. 131.
pride: and for cursing and lying
I opened my me, and have multiplied your mouth, and panted: for I longed
which thy speak. words against me: I have heard for thy commandments.
Ps. cvi, 33. Beca e they prothem.
Prav. viii, 6. Hear, for I will
voked his spirit, so that he spake Matth. xil, 34. .... For ont of the abundance of the heart the
speak of excellent things and the unadvisedly with his lips.
opening of my lips shall be right 18a. Ivii. 19. I create the fruit of mouth speaketh. things.
the lips: Peace, peace to him that Matth. xv, 8. This people draw.
Prov. xxxI, 8, 9. Open thy mouth is far off, and to him that is near, ethnigh unto me with their mouth, and honoureth me with
for the dumb in the cause of all saith the Lord; and I will heal
such as are appointed to destruc- him. their lips; but their heart is far
tion. Open thy mouth, judge from me.
Ezek. xxiv. 22. And ye shall do righteously, and plead the cause as I have done: ye shall not cover Matth. xxi, 16. And said unto
of the poor and needy. him, Hearest thou what these
your lips, nor eat the bread of
Ezek. xxiv, 27. In that day men. say? And Jesus saith unto them,
shall thy mouth be opened to him Ye; have he never read, Out of
Ezek. XXXVI, 3....... Ye are which is escaped, and thou shalt the mouth of babes and sucklings
taken up in the lips of talkers, speak, and be no more dumb.... thou hast perfected praise?
and are an infamy of the people.
Ezek. xxxiii, 22. Now the hand Luke iv, 22. And all bare him of the LORD was upon me in the
Micah iil, 7. Then shall the witness, and wondered at the evening, afore he that was escap
Beers be ashamed, and the liviners Eracious words which proceeded led ca
ed came; and had opened my confounded: yea, they shall all out of his mouth. And they said, 1 month until he came to ma in cover their lps101 Mer 28 110 Is not this Joseph's son?
the morning, and my mouth was answer of God. Luke xi. 54. Laying wait for opened, and I was no more! Heb. xiii, 16. By him therefore him, and seeking to catch some dumb.
I let us offer the sacrifice of praise