Indexes Search Result: indexed - ages
HITCHCOCKBIBLENAMES.txt
Found: dict:hitchcock Abarim @ passages; passengers - HITCHCOCK-A


HITCHCOCKBIBLENAMES.txt
Found: dict:hitchcock Havoth-jair @ the villages that enlighten - HITCHCOCK-H


HITCHCOCKBIBLENAMES.txt
Found: dict:hitchcock Hazeroth @ villages; palaces - HITCHCOCK-H


HITCHCOCKBIBLENAMES.txt
Found: dict:hitchcock Perizzites @ dwelling in villages - HITCHCOCK-P


HITCHCOCKBIBLENAMES.txt
Found: dict:hitchcock Philistines @ those who dwell in villages - HITCHCOCK-P


HITCHCOCKBIBLENAMES.txt
Found: dict:hitchcock Shicron @ drunkenness; his gift; his wages - HITCHCOCK-S


HITCHCOCKBIBLENAMES.txt
Found: dict:hitchcock Teraphim @ images; idols - HITCHCOCK-T


NAVIGATORSAUDIO.txt
Found: http://www.discipleshiplibrary.com/search.php?a=1&e=0&m=0&p=0&n=0&s=last_name&t=TOPIC%20A&ss=Evangelistic%20Messages&st=topic @ NAVIGATORS - Evangelistic Messages


CCELINDEX.txt
Found: http://www.ccel.org/ccel/damascus/icons.html @ St. John of Damascene on Holy Images (Followed by Three Sermons on the Assumption)


CCELINDEX.txt
Found: http://www.ccel.org/ccel/jowett_b/theological.html @ Theological Essays of the Late Benjamin Jowettpage images provided by Internet Archive (http://www.ccel.org/ccel/jowett_b - Benjamin Jowett )


CCELINDEX.txt
Found: http://www.ccel.org/ccel/eckhart/sermons.html @ Meister Eckhart's Sermons Page images from microfiche, digitized with Nikon 990 digital camera (http://www.ccel.org/ccel/eckhart - Johannes Eckhart)


CCELINDEX.txt
Found: http://www.ccel.org/ccel/jowett_b/scripture.html @ Scripture and Truth: Dissertations by the Late Benjamin Jowett with Introduction by Lewis Campbell. page images provided by Internet Archive (http://www.ccel.org/ccel/jowett_b - Benjamin Jowett)


CCELINDEX.txt
Found: http://www.ccel.org/ccel/julian_j/hymn1.html @ Dictionary of Hymnology: Volume 1 (Setting forth the origin and history of Christian hymns of all ages and nations) (http://www.ccel.org/ccel/julian_j - John Julian)


CCELINDEX.txt
Found: http://www.ccel.org/ccel/julian_j/hymn2.html @ Dictionary of Hymnology: Volume 2 (Setting forth the origin and history of Christian hymns of all ages and nations) (http://www.ccel.org/ccel/julian_j - John Julian)


CCELINDEX.txt
Found: http://www.ccel.org/ccel/eckhart/sermons.html @ Meister Eckhart's Sermons Page images from microfiche, digitized with Nikon 990 digital camera (http://www.ccel.org/ccel/eckhart - Johannes Eckhart)


CCELINDEX.txt
Found: http://www.ccel.org/ccel/jowett_b/scripture.html @ Scripture and Truth: Dissertations by the Late Benjamin Jowett with Introduction by Lewis Campbell. page images provided by Internet Archive (http://www.ccel.org/ccel/jowett_b - Benjamin Jowett)


WEBCHURCHHISTORY.txt
Found: 824 A.D. @ Council of Paris - France and the East tried to agree on the devotion to be paid to images.


NGRAMGOSPELUNIGRAM.txt
Found: filter:NT-GOSPEL villages @ (2)


SHEPHERDPUPLINUXIMG.txt
Found: http://shepherdpuplinux.us/img/foster/storyofbible/StoryOTB026_p54_LabanEngagesJacob.jpg @ LabanEngagesJacob


INDEX.txt
Found: index:SHEPHERDPUPLINUXIMG @ Bible, Art Images (Shep)


BIBLETRANSLATIONINDEX.txt
Found: asv@Matthew:1 @ ENGLISH: TITLE: American Standard Version DESCRIPTION: The American Standard Version (ASV) of the Holy Bible was first published in 1901 by Thomas Nelson & Sons, and has earned a high reputation among the modern translations, and has become the foundation for several newer translations as well. Although the English used in the ASV is somewhat archaic, it isn't nearly as hard to understand as some passages of the King James Version of nearly three hundred years earlier.


BIBLETRANSLATIONINDEX.txt
Found: tsk@Matthew:1 @ ENGLISH: TITLE: Treasury Of Scriptural Knowledge DESCRIPTION:Verse by verse links to relevant passages RIGHTS:


NEWAUDIOLINKS.txt
Found: http://www.discipleshiplibrary.com/search.php?a=1&e=0&m=0&p=0&n=0&s=last_name&t=TOPIC%20A&ss=Evangelistic%20Messages&st=topic @ NAVIGATORS - Evangelistic Messages


MOBILETRANSLATIONINDEX.txt
Found: asv @ TITLE: American Standard Version DESCRIPTION: The American Standard Version (ASV) of the Holy Bible was first published in 1901 by Thomas Nelson & Sons, and has earned a high reputation among the modern translations, and has become the foundation for several newer translations as well. Although the English used in the ASV is somewhat archaic, it isn't nearly as hard to understand as some passages of the King James Version of nearly three hundred years earlier.


MOBILETRANSLATIONINDEX.txt
Found: tab[sf_ostervald_rev1@ntchap] @ TITLE: La Bible J.F. Ostervald 1996 DESCRIPTION: J.F. Ostervald et son équipe a révisé la Bible d'Olivétan (1535), cette révision a été editée la première fois en 1744. Version présentée Il s'agit de la version révisée en 1996. Jean Frederic Ostervald, Swiss Protestant divine was born at Neuchatel on November 25, 1663. He was educated at Zurich and at Saumur. Studied theology at Orleans under Claude Pajon at Paris under Jean Claude and at Geneva under Louis Tronchin and was ordained to the ministry in 1683. Bagster's 1831 London Polygot which included eight languages and one of those was the French version by Ostervald. RIGTHS: Public Domain PUBLISHER: FreeBibleSoftwareGroup


MOBILETRANSLATIONINDEX.txt
Found: tsk @ TITLE: Treasury Of Scriptural Knowledge DESCRIPTION:Verse by verse links to relevant passages RIGHTS:


NEWAUDIOLINKSMENU.txt
Found: AUDIOLINKS @ index:NEWAUDIOLINKS Evangelistic Messages


BIBLEATLAS.txt
Found: Info BIBLESNEThttp://www.biblesnet.com/maps.html These images are in the public domain (i.e. not copyrighted; FREE to copy and use)


DAILYLIGHT.txt
Found: JUNE20 AM @ Take this child away, and nurse it for me, and I will give thee thy wages.-nkjv@Exodus:2:9 nkjv@Matthew:20:4. nkjv@Mark:9:41. nkjv@Proverbs:11:25. nkjv@Hebrews:6:10 nkjv@1Corinthians:3:8 nkjv@Matthew:25:37-38-40 nkjv@Matthew:25:34.


WEBCHRISTIANITYSTUDY.txt
Found: DENOMINATIONS @ Hartford Institute For Religion Research List of American Denominations by homepage.


MEMORYVERSE.txt
Found: kjv@Romans:6:23 @ For the wages of sin is death; but the gift...


EARLYCHURCHFATHERS.txt
Found: 1Clement:35:3 <1CLEMENT>@ What then, think ye, are the things preparing for them that patiently await Him? The Creator and Father of the ages, the All holy One Himself knoweth their number and their beauty.


EARLYCHURCHFATHERS.txt
Found: 1Clement:53:2 <1CLEMENT>@ When Moses went up into the mountain and had spent forty days and forty nights in fasting and humiliation, God said unto him; Moses, Moses, come down , quickly hence, for My people whom thou leadest forth from the land of Egypt have wrought iniquity: they have transgressed quickly out of the way which thou didst command unto them: they have made for themselves molten images.


EARLYCHURCHFATHERS.txt
Found: 1Clement:55:6 <1CLEMENT>@ To no less peril did Esther also, who was perfect in faith, expose herself, that she might deliver the twelve tribes of Israel, when they were on the point to perish. For through her fasting and her humiliation she entreated the all seeing Master, the God of the ages; and He, seeing the humility of her soul, delivered the people for whose sake she encountered the peril.


EARLYCHURCHFATHERS.txt
Found: 1Clement:61:2 <1CLEMENT>@ For Thou, O heavenly Master, King of the ages, givest to the sons of men glory and honor and power over all things that are upon the earth. Do Thou, Lord, direct their counsel according to that which is good and well pleasing in Thy sight, that, administering in peace and gentleness with Godliness the power which Thou hast given them, they may obtain Thy favor.


EARLYCHURCHFATHERS.txt
Found: 1Clement:65:2 <1CLEMENT>@ The grace of our Lord Jesus Christ be with you and with all men in all places who have been called by God and through Him, through whom be glory and honor, power and greatness and eternal dominion, unto Him, from the ages past and forever and ever. Amen.


EARLYCHURCHFATHERS.txt
Found: 2Clement:17:4 <2CLEMENT>@ For the Lord said, I come to gather together all the nations, tribes, and languages. Herein He speaketh of the day of His appearing, when He shall come and redeem us, each man according to his works.


EARLYCHURCHFATHERS.txt
Found: Barnabas:14:3 @ And the Lord said unto Moses; Moses, Moses, come down quickly; for thy people, whom thou leddest forth from the land of Egypt, hath done wickedly. And Moses perceived that they had made for themselves again molten images, and he cast them out of his hands and the tables of the covenant of the Lord were broken in pieces.


EARLYCHURCHFATHERS.txt
Found: Diognetus:3:3 @ For whereas the Greeks, by offering these things to senseless and deaf images, make an exhibition of stupidity, the Jews considering that they are presenting them to God, as if He were in need of them, ought in all reason to count it folly and not religious worship.


EARLYCHURCHFATHERS.txt
Found: Diognetus:3:5 @ But those who think to perform sacrifices to Him with blood and fat and whole burnt offerings, and to honor Him with such honors, seem to me in no way different from those who show the same respect towards deaf images; for the one class think fit to make offerings to things unable to participate in the honor, the other class to One Who is in need of nothing.


EARLYCHURCHFATHERS.txt
Found: IgnatiusEphesians:prologue:1 @ Ignatius, who is also Theophorus, unto her which hath been blessed in greatness through the plentitude of God the Father; which hath been foreordained before the ages to be forever and unto abiding and unchangeable glory, united and elect in a true passion, by the will of the Father and of Jesus Christ our God; even unto the church which is at Ephesus of Asia, worthy of all felicitation; abundant greeting in Christ Jesus and in blameless joy.


EARLYCHURCHFATHERS.txt
Found: IgnatiusEphesians:8:1 @ Let no one therefore deceive you, as indeed ye are not deceived, seeing that ye belong wholly to God. For when no lust is established in you, which hath power to torment you, then truly ye live after God. I devote myself for you, and I dedicate myself as an offering for the church of you Ephesians which is famous unto all the ages.


EARLYCHURCHFATHERS.txt
Found: IgnatiusEphesians:19:1 @ And hidden from the prince of this world were the virginity of Mary and her child-bearing and likewise also the death of the Lord--three mysteries to be cried aloud--the which were wrought in the silence of God. How then were they made manifest to the ages?


EARLYCHURCHFATHERS.txt
Found: IgnatiusMagnesians:5:1 @ Seeing then that all things have an end, and these two life and death--are set before us together, and each man shall go to his own place; for just as there are two coinages, the one of God and the other of the world, and each of them hath its proper stamp impressed upon it, the unbelievers the stamp of this world, but the faithful in love the stamp of God the Father through Jesus Christ, through whom unless of our own free choice we accept to die unto His passion, His life is not in us:--


EARLYCHURCHFATHERS.txt
Found: IgnatiusSmyrneans:1:2 @ truly nailed up in the flesh for our sakes under Pontius Pilate and Herod the tetrarch (of which fruit are we--that is, of His most blessed passion); that He might set up an ensign unto all the ages through His resurrection, for His saints and faithful people, whether among Jews or among Gentiles, in one body of His Church.


EARLYCHURCHFATHERS.txt
Found: MartyrdomPolycarp:14:3 @ For this cause, yea and for all things, I praise Thee, I bless Thee, I glorify Thee, through the eternal and heavenly High-priest, Jesus Christ, Thy beloved Son, through whom with Him and the Holy Spirit be glory both now and ever and for the ages to come. Amen.'


WEBLINKS.txt
Found: http://www.google.com/search?q=bible+images @ Bible Images - Google BIBLE SEARCH - IMAGES -


WEBLINKS.txt
Found: http://www.torreys.org/bible/ @ Torrey Seland's resources pages for biblical studies DIRECTORY - BIBLE RESEARCH


THEOLOGYGLOSSARY.txt
Found: @ GENERAL REVELATION –– God's revelation of His person, glory, and attributes to all men in all ages through nature, conscience, and history, so that they are without excuse for not worshipping Him correctly and leading righteous lives; unlike special revelation, it is not verbal in character or redemptive in content


BIBLELAW.txt
Found: nkjv@Exodus:20:4-6 @ No graven images - OldTestamentLaw - ScripturalOrder


BIBLELAW.txt
Found: nkjv@Exodus:21:19,32,34,36 @ Compensation for damages - OldTestamentLaw - ScripturalOrder


BIBLELAW.txt
Found: nkjv@Exodus:34:12-13 @ Destroy images and groves - OldTestamentLaw - ScripturalOrder


BIBLELAW.txt
Found: nkjv@Leviticus:19:11,13 @ Don't steal; don't rob a hired person of his wages - OldTestamentLaw - ScripturalOrder


BIBLELAW.txt
Found: nkjv@Leviticus:26:1 @ No standing images of stone - OldTestamentLaw - ScripturalOrder


BIBLELAW.txt
Found: nkjv@Numbers:33:52 @ Destroy idolatrous pictures, images, high places - OldTestamentLaw - ScripturalOrder


BIBLELAW.txt
Found: nkjv@Deuteronomy:4:15-31 @ Don't depart from God to make graven images - OldTestamentLaw - ScripturalOrder


BIBLELAW.txt
Found: nkjv@Deuteronomy:5:8-10 @ No graven images - OldTestamentLaw - ScripturalOrder


BIBLELAW.txt
Found: nkjv@Deuteronomy:7:5,25-26 @ Burn graven images - OldTestamentLaw - ScripturalOrder


WEBSTUDYLINKS.txt
Found: BIBLEMAP @ Moody Atlas to Bible


WEBSTUDYLINKS.txt
Found: COMMENTARY @ J.V. McGee Notes


WEBSTUDYLINKS.txt
Found: UNSORTED @ Vatican Museums


WEBSTUDYLINKS.txt
Found: ARCHAEOLOGY @ Israel Sites-mfa.gov


WEBSTUDYLINKS.txt
Found: UNSORTED @ Resource Pages


WEBSTUDYLINKS.txt
Found: UNSORTED @ Satellite Views-Israel


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WEBSTUDYLINKS.txt
Found: UNSORTED @ GutenbergBibleVirtual


DENVERHOMELESSRESOURCE.txt
Found: Urban Peak <>@ Info: Urban Peak helps homeless youth and youth at risk of becoming homeless ages 14 to 24 overcome real life challenges by providing essential services and a supportive community, empowering them to become self-sufficient adults. Since 1988, Urban Peak has been there for tens of thousands of youth providing a continuum of services (including shelter, meals, street outreach, education/employment, housing, creative outlets, and recreational activities) and an alternative to life on the streets. Shelter for youth up to age 21, several housing programs. <>@ Address: 1630 South Acoma Street, Denver, CO 80223 (Shelter) and/or 730 21st Street, Denver, CO 80205 (Administration) <>@ Telephone: 303-974-2900 <>@ Tag: SERVICE PROVIDER - YOUTH


INDEXDICTIONARY.txt
Found: dict:easton Villages @ Villages


INDEXDICTIONARY.txt
Found: dict:easton Wages @ Wages


PBIBLXBIBLETRANSLATIONS.txt
Found: asv@Matthew:1 @ TITLE: American Standard Version DESCRIPTION: The American Standard Version (ASV) of the Holy Bible was first published in 1901 by Thomas Nelson & Sons, and has earned a high reputation among the modern translations, and has become the foundation for several newer translations as well. Although the English used in the ASV is somewhat archaic, it isn't nearly as hard to understand as some passages of the King James Version of nearly three hundred years earlier.


PBIBLXBIBLETRANSLATIONS.txt
Found: sf_ostervald_rev1@Matthew:1 @ TITLE: La Bible J.F. Ostervald 1996 DESCRIPTION: J.F. Ostervald et son équipe a révisé la Bible d'Olivétan (1535), cette révision a été editée la première fois en 1744. Version présentée Il s'agit de la version révisée en 1996. Jean Frederic Ostervald, Swiss Protestant divine was born at Neuchatel on November 25, 1663. He was educated at Zurich and at Saumur. Studied theology at Orleans under Claude Pajon at Paris under Jean Claude and at Geneva under Louis Tronchin and was ordained to the ministry in 1683. Bagster's 1831 London Polygot which included eight languages and one of those was the French version by Ostervald. RIGTHS: Public Domain PUBLISHER: FreeBibleSoftwareGroup


PBIBLXBIBLETRANSLATIONS.txt
Found: tsk@Matthew:1 @ TITLE: Treasury Of Scriptural Knowledge DESCRIPTION:Verse by verse links to relevant passages RIGHTS:


INDEXEASTON.txt
Found: dict:easton Villages @ Villages


INDEXEASTON.txt
Found: dict:easton Wages @ Wages


KJVWORDCONCORDANCE.txt
Found: ages @ kjv@CONCORD:ages


KJVWORDCONCORDANCE.txt
Found: carriages @ kjv@CONCORD:carriages


KJVWORDCONCORDANCE.txt
Found: cottages @ kjv@CONCORD:cottages


KJVWORDCONCORDANCE.txt
Found: heritages @ kjv@CONCORD:heritages


KJVWORDCONCORDANCE.txt
Found: hostages @ kjv@CONCORD:hostages


KJVWORDCONCORDANCE.txt
Found: images @ kjv@CONCORD:images


KJVWORDCONCORDANCE.txt
Found: languages @ kjv@CONCORD:languages


KJVWORDCONCORDANCE.txt
Found: marriages @ kjv@CONCORD:marriages


KJVWORDCONCORDANCE.txt
Found: passages @ kjv@CONCORD:passages


KJVWORDCONCORDANCE.txt
Found: villages @ kjv@CONCORD:villages


KJVWORDCONCORDANCE.txt
Found: wages @ kjv@CONCORD:wages


BIBLEBOOKSUMMARY.txt
Found: nkjv@Judges:1 @ JUDGES - Named after the "Judges of Israel," the heroic leaders whose deeds it records, this book covers a period of time from the death of Joshua to the birth of Samuel, an era often called "the dark ages" of Hebrew history. Here is a story, on the human side, of disobedience and disaster, and on the divine side, of direction and deliverance. Of the 13 judges named, only 3 are well known: Deborah, Gideon, and Samson.


BIBLEBOOKSUMMARY.txt
Found: nkjv@Isaiah:1 @ ISAIAH - This book, as is true of all the prophetical books, derives its name from the prophet whose messages it records. The unity of Isaiah, a problem related to authorship and contents, has been the subject of much debate. The message of the book is twofold: judgment upon Judah for her sins (1-39), and comfort and hope for an exiled people (40-66). In these messages of encouragement are found some of the most graphic portrayals of the Messiah in the Old Testament.


BIBLEBOOKSUMMARY.txt
Found: nkjv@Ezekiel:1 @ EZEKIEL - Ezekiel was carried into exile in Babylon, where he received his call and exercised his prophetic ministry. His dual role of prophet-priest and his position as "watchman" over his people make Ezekiel unique among the prophets and may account for the uniqueness of his message and his methods of delivery. The book contains 48 chapters, divided at the halfway point by the fall of Jerusalem. Ezekiel’s prophecies before this event are chiefly messages of condemnation upon Judah for her sin; following the city’s fall, the prophet speaks to helpless people of the hope and certainty of restoration to their homeland and of worship again in the Temple.


BIBLEBOOKSUMMARY.txt
Found: nkjv@Micah:1 @ MICAH - The Prophet Micah was a younger contemporary of Isaiah and spoke at a time when conditions in Judah paralleled those in the northern kingdom of Israel during Amos’ day. Micah’s messages are strikingly similar to those of Amos: many of the same sins are denounced and the same rugged, direct, indignant, and convincing language is used. While announcing God’s certain judgment upon sin, he also spoke of a sure deliverance to come through the Messiah whose place of birth he predicts.


BIBLEBOOKSUMMARY.txt
Found: nkjv@Haggai:1 @ HAGGAI - This book, the first among the writings of the post-Exilic prophets, consists of four prophecies delivered within the space of 4 months, some 15 years after the return of the first exiles to Jerusalem. Work on the second Temple has begun shortly after the exiles’ arrival, but had been delayed for almost two decades. Haggai comes forward with a series of timely and vigorous messages challenging the people to respond wholeheartedly to a noble task - rebuilding the House of God.


BIBLEBOOKSUMMARY.txt
Found: nkjv@Zechariah:1 @ ZECHARIAH - Sometimes called the "Apocalypse of the Old Testament", this book contains the messages of the Prophet Zechariah, a contemporary of Haggai. The main division of the book ( Zechariah:1-8 , Zechariah:9-14 ) are noticeably dissimilar in both style and subject matter, a fact that has led some to assign the last division ( Zechariah:9-14 ) to another author. The first eight chapters are primarily concerned with the rebuilding of the Temple, although the language used is highly symbolical. Chapters Zechariah:9-14 deal with "last things", the "end time". Many Messianic references are found, and the writer foresees the Day of the Lord when Israel will be restored, the nations judged, and God’s kingdom triumphant.


BIBLEBOOKSUMMARY.txt
Found: nkjv@Matthew:1 @ MATTHEW - From at least the 2nd century A.D., the Gospel of Matthew has been ascribed to Matthew the publican, tax collector, and disciple. It is the most complete account of Jesus’ teachings and was written to convince the writer’s Jewish audience that Jesus was the Messiah descended from David, the One promised by the Old Testament Prophets. It is peculiarly the Gospel for Israel. The most significant teaching passages are the Sermon on the Mount ( Matthew:5-7 ) and the parable sections (especially Chapter Matthew:13 ).


BIBLETRANSLATIONINDEX.csv
Found: asv@Matthew:1,ENGLISH:,American Standard Version,The American Standard Version (ASV) of the Holy Bible was first published in 1901 by Thomas Nelson & Sons, and has earned a high reputation among the modern translations, and has become the foundation for several newer translations as well. Although the English used in the ASV is somewhat archaic, it isn't nearly as hard to understand as some passages of the King James Version of nearly three hundred years earlier.


BIBLETRANSLATIONINDEX.csv
Found: tsk@Matthew:1,ENGLISH:,Treasury Of Scriptural Knowledge DESCRIPTION:Verse by verse links to relevant passages RIGHTS: