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* Isa. xxviii, 23, 24. Give ye ear, I ed iniquity; ye have eaten the P3. xcvii, 11. Light is sown for and hear my voice; hearken, and fruit of lies: because thou didst the righteous, and gladness for hrar my speech. Doth the plow- trust in thy way, in the multitude the upright in heart. man plow all day to sow? doth he of thy mighty men.
P3. cvii. 37. And sow the fields, open and break the clods of his Micah iii, 12. Therefore shall and plant vineyards, which may ground?
Zion for your sake be plowed as yield fruits of increase. Isa. Ixi, 5. And strangers shall a field, and Jerusalem shall be
Jer. xxxi, 27, 28. Behold, the stand and feed your flocks, and come heaps, and the mountain days come, saith the LORD, that I the sons of the alien shall be your of the house as the bigh places will sow the house of Israel and plowmen and your vindressers. of the forest
the house of Judah with the seed Amos vi, 12. Shall horses run Joel ill, 10. Beat your plowshares of man, and with the seed of beast. upon the rock? will one plow there into swords, and your pruning. And it shall come to pass, that with oxen?
hooks into spears: let the weak like as I have watched over them, say, I am strong.
to pluck up, and to break down, Judges xiv, 18. And he said un- Luke ix, 62. And Jesus said and to throw down, and to de
I to them, If ye had not plowed unto him. No man, having put stroy, and to afflict; 80 will with my heifer, ye had not found his hand to the plough, and look- watch over them, to build, and out my riddle.
ing back, is fit for the kingdom of to plant, saith the LORD. Job iv, 8. Even as I have seen, God.
Ezek. xxxvi, 9-11. For, behold, they that plow iniquity, and sow
1 Cor. iii, 9. For we are labourers I am for you, and I will turn wickedness, reap tho same.
together with God: ye are God's unto you, and ye shall be tilled Job xxxi, 38–40. If my land cry husbandry.
and sown: And I will multiply men against me, or that the furrows
1 Cor. ix, 10. Or saith he it alto- upon you, all the house of Israel,
For our even all of it: and the cities shall likewise thereof complain; If I gether for our sakes? have eaten the fruits thereof with-sakes, no doubt, this is written: be inhabited, and the wastes shall out money, or have caused the that he that floweth should plow be builded: 'And I will multiply owners thereof to lose their life: in hope; and that he that thresh- upon you man and beast; and Let thistles grow instead of wheat, eth in hope should be partaker they shall increaso and bring
of his . and cockle instead of barley. The
fruit: and I will settle you after words of Job are ended.
your old estates, and will do bet. SOWING.
ter unto you than at your beginPs. cxxix, 3. The plowers plow
Gen. xlvii, 23. Then Joseph said nings: and ye shall know that I ed upon my back: they made long onto the people, Behold, I have am the Lord. their furrows.
bought you this day and your land Prov. xx, 4. The sluggard will for Pharaoh: lo, here is seed for her unto me in the earth; and I
Hosca ii, 23. And I will not plow by reason of the cold; you, and ye shall sow the land. therefore shall he beg in harvest,
will have mercy upon her that
Lev. xix, 19. Ye shall keep my had not obtained mercy; and I and have nothing.
statutes. Thou shalt not let thy will say to them which were not Prov. xxi, 4. An high look, and cattle gender with a diverse kind: my people Thou art my people; and a proud heart, and the plowing of thou shalt not sow thy field with they shall say, Thou art my God. the wicked, is sin. mingled seed; neither shall a gar
Hosea x, 12. Sow to yourselves Isa. ii. 4. And he shall judgement mingled of linen and wool- in righteousness, reap in mercy. among the nations, and shall re- len come upon thee.
Ze.x,9. And I will sow them among buke many people: and they shall Deut. xxii, 9. Thou shalt not sow the people: and they shall rebeat their swords into plowshares, thy vineyard with divers seeds: member me in fur countries; and and theirspears into pruninghooks: lest the fruit of thy seed which they shall live with their children, nation shall not lift up sword thou hast sown, and the fruit of and turn again. against nation, neither shall they thy vineyard, be defled.
Matt. xiii, 1-8. The same day learn war any more.
P3. cxxvi, 5, 6. They that sow in went Jesus out of the house, and Jer. iv, 3. For thus saith the tears shall reap in joy. He that sat by the sea side. And great Lord to the men of Judah and goeth forth and weepeth, bearing multitudes were gathered Jerusalem, Break up your fallow precious seed, shall doubtless gether unto him, so that he went ground, and not among come again with rejoicing, bring- into a ship, and sat; and the thorns. ing his sheaves with him.
whole multitude stood on Jer. xiv, 4. Because the ground Eccles. xi, 4, 6. He that observ- shore. And he spake many things Is chapt, for there was no rain in eth the wind shall not sow; and unto them in parables, saying, the earth, the plowmen were he that regardeth the clouds shall Behold, a sower went forth to ashamed, they covered their heads. not reap. In the morning sow thy sow; And when he sowed, some
Jer, xxvi, 18. Micah the Moras- seed, and in the evening withhold seeds fell by the way side, and the thite prophesied in the days of not thine hand: for thou knowest fowls came and devoured them Hezekiah king of Judah, and not whether shall prosper, either up: Some fell upon stony places, spake to all the people of Judah. this or that, or whether they where they had not much earth: saying, Thus saith the LORD of both shall be alike good.
and forthwith they sprung hosts; Zion shall be plowed like a Isa. xxviii, 25, 26. When he hath because they had no deepness field, and Jerusalem shall become made plain the face thereof, doth of earth: And when the sun was heaps, and the mountain of the he not cast abroad the fitches, and up, they were scorched; and behouse as the high places of a scatter the cummin, and cast in the cause they bad no root, they withforest.
principal wheat and the appointed ered away. And some fell among Hos. x, 11-13. * Judah shall barley and the rie in their place? thorns; and the thorns sprung up,
But other fell plow, and Jacob sball break his For his God doth instruct him to and choked them:
into good ground, and brought clods. * break up your fal- discretion, and doth teach him.
forth fruit, some an hundred cold, low ground; for it is time to seek Isa. xxxii, 20. Blessed are ye the LORD, till he come and rain that sow beside all waters, that some sixtyfold, some thirtyfold. righteousness upon you. Ye have send forth thither the feet of the Matt. xiii, 18-23. Hear ye there plowed vickedness, ye have reap- ox and the ass.
fore the parable of the sover.
When any one heareth the word, country of Moab how that the Heb. vi, 7. For the earth which of the kingdom, and understand- LORD had visited his people in drinketh in the rain that cometh ith it not, then cometh the wicked giving them bread.
oft upon it, and bringeth forth ri, and catcheth away that which 2 Kings xix, 29. And this shall herbs meet for them by whom it 17$ sown in his heart. This is he be a sign unto thee, Ye shall eat is dressed, receiveth blessing from which received seed by the way this year such things as grow of God. wide. But he that received the themselves, and in the second Bill into stony places, the same year that which springeth of the REAPING AND HARVEST. is ke that heareth the word, and same; and in the third year sow anon with joy receiveth it; yet ye, and reap, and plant vineyards, remaineth, seedtime and harvest,
Gen. viii, 22. While the earth hath he not root in himself, but and cat the fruits thereof. Gareth for a while: for when tri.
Psalm 1xv, 9-13. Thou visitest and cold and heat, and summer bolation or persecution ariseth the earth, and waterest it: thou
and winter, and day and night beause of the word, by and by greatly enrichest it with the
shall not cease. he is offended. He also that re- river of God, which is full of water:
Gen. xxxvII, 7. For, behold, we ceived seed among the thorns is thou preparest them corn, when
ucre binding sheaves in the field, ke that herreth the word; and thou hast so provided for it. Thou and, lo, my sheaf arose, and also the care of this world, and the waterest the ridges thereof abun- stood upright; and, behold, your deceitfulness of riches, choke dantly: thou settlest the furrows sheaves stood round about, and the word, and he becometh un- thereof; thou makest it soft with made obeisance to my shoaf. fruitful, But be that received showers: thou blessest the spring- Lev. XXV,6. That which groweth seed into the good ground is he ing thereof. Thou crownest the of its own 'accord of thy harvest that heareth the word, and under- year with thy goodness; and thy thou shalt not reap, neither gather standeth it; which also beareth paths drop fatness. They drop the grapes of thy vine undressed: fruit, and bringeth forth, some an
upon the pastures of the wilder- for it is a year of rest unto the land. hundredfold, somno sixty, some ness: and the little hills rejoice on thirty.
Ruth ii, 4. And, behold, Boaz every side.
The pastures are came from Beth-lehem, and said Gal. vi, 7, 8. Be not deceived: clothed with flocks; the valleys unto the reapers, The Lord be God is not mocked: for what. also are covered over with corn; with you. And they answered soever a man soweth, that shall they shout for joy, they also sing. him, The Lord bless thee. he also reap. For he that soweth
Psalm lxxii, 16. There shall be to his flesh shall of the flesh reap an handful of corn in the earth shemesh were reaping their wheat
1 Sam. vi, 13. And they of Beth corruption; but he that soweth to upon the top of the mountains; harvest in the valley; and they the Spirit shall of the Spirit reap the fruit thereof shall shuke like lifted up their eyes, and saw the die everlasting. Lebanon.
ark, and rejoiced to see it. Ezek. XXXVI, 8. But ye, O moun. PLENTY. tains of Israel, ye shall shoot forth point him captains over thousands,
1 Sam. viii, 12. And he will apGen, xxvi, 12. Then Isaac sowed fruit to my people of Israel; for set them to ear his ground, and to
your branches, and yield your and captains over fitles; and will in that land, and received in the they are at hand to come. Sarne year an hundredfold; and
reap his harvest, and to make his
Ezek. xxxiv, 27. And the tree of instruments of war, and instruWe LORD blessed him.
the field shall yield her fruit, and ments of his chariots. Gen. xli, 47. And in the seven the earth shall yield her increase, plenteous years the earth brought and they shall be safe in their my bread, and my water, and my
1 Sam. xxv, 11. Shall I then take forth by handfuls.
land, and shall know that I am the flesh that I have killed for my IZ.XXV,18,19. Wherefore ye shall LORD, when I have broken the shearers, and give it unto men, du my statutes, and keep my bands of their yoke, and delivered
włom I know not whenco they bet jadgments, and do them; and ye them out of the hand of those that
2 Kings iv, 18. And when the ball dwell in the land in safety. served themselves of them. And the land shall yield her fruit,
child was grown, it fell on a day,
Joel ii, 24. And the floors shall that he went out to his father to and ye shall eat your fil, and be full of wheat, and the fats shall dwell therein in safety.
the reapers. overflow with wine and oil. LEV. XXVI, 3-5. If ye walk in my
Job v, 5. Whose harvest the hun- Joel ii, 26. And ye shall eat in statates, and keep my command: plenty, and be satisfied, and praise out of the thorns, and the robber
gry eateth up, and taketh it even meats, and do them; Then I will the name of the Lord your God, swalloweth up their substance. give you rain in due season, and that hath dealt wondrously with the land shall yield her increase, you; and my people shall never be
Job xxiv, 6. They reap every one 200 the trees of the field shall ashamed.
his corn in the field: and they yield their fruit,
And your threshing shall reach unto the Amos ix, 13. Behold, the day is rather the vintage of the wicked.
Prov. x, 5. He that gathereth in riatage, and the vintage shall Plowman shall overtake the reaper, summer is a wise son: but lie that reach unto the sowing time: and and the treader of grapes him that slecpeth in harvest is a son that Fe shall eat your bread to the full, soweth seed; and tho mountains causeth shame. ad dwell in your land safely.
shall drop sweet wine, and all the Prov. xxv, 13. As the cold of Ler. xxvi, 10. And ye shall eat hills shall melt.
snow in the time of harvest, so is el store, and bring forth the old because of the new.
Zech. viii, 11, 12. But now I will a faithful messenger to them that
not be unto the residue of this send him: for he refresheth the Deut. XXXI, 13. He made him people as in the former days, saith soul of his masters. ride on the high places of the the Lord of hosts. For the seed earth, that he might eat the in- shall be prosperous; the vine shall
Job xxiv, 24. They are exalted Crease of the fields.
give her fruit, and the ground for a little while, but are gone and Fath , 6. Then she arose with shall give her increase, and the brought low; they are taken out her daughters in law, that she heavens shall give their 'dew; and of the way as all other, and cut off might return from the country of I will cause the remnant of this as the tops of the ears of corn. Ncat: for she had heard in the lreople to possess all these things. Isa. 18, 3. Thou hast multiplied
the nation, and not increased the harvest: and in the time of harvest | the labourers who have reaped joy: they joy before thee according I will say to the reapers, Gather down your fields, which is of you to the joy in harvest, and as men ye together first the tares, and kept back by fraud, crieth: and rejoice when they divide the spoil. bind then in bundles to burn the cries of them which have
Isa. xvii, 4, 5. And in that day them: but gather the wheat into reaped are entered into the ears it shall come to pass, that the my barn.
of the Lord of Sabaoth. glory of Jacob shall be made thin,
Matth. xiii, 36-43. Then Jesus James V,7. Be patient therefore, and the fatness of his flesh shall sent the multitude away, and brethren, unto the coming of the wax lean. And it shall be as when went into the house; and his dis-Lord. Behold, the husbandman the harvestinan gathereth the ciples came unto him, saying, De-waiteth for the precious fruit of corn, and reapeth the ears with clare unto us the parable of the the earth, and haih long patience his arm; and it shall be as he that tares of the field. He answered | for it, until he receive the early gathereth ears in the valley of and said unto them. He that soweth and latter rain. Rephaim.
the good seed is the Son of man; Rev. xiv, 14-16. And I looked, Jer. V, 24. Neither say they in the field is the world; the good and behold a white cloud, and uptheir heart, Let us now fear the seed are the children of the king on the cloud one sat like unto the Lord our God, that giveth rain, dom; but the tares are the chil. Son of man, having on his head a both the former and the latter, in dren of the wicked one; The golden crown, and in his hand a his season: he reserveth unto us enemy that sowed them is the sharp sickle. And another angci the appointed weeks of the har- devil; the harvest is the end of the came out of the temple, crying vest.
world; and the reapers are the an- with a loud voice to him that sat Jer. viii, 20. The harvest is past, gels. As therefore the tares are on the cloud, Thrust in thy sickle, the suinmer is ended, and we are gathered and burned in the fire; and reap: for the time is come for not saved.
so shall it be in the end of this thee to reap; for the harvest of the Jer. ix, 22. Speak, Thus saith world. The Son of man shall send earth is ripe. And he that sat on the LORD, Even the carcases of forth his angels, and they shall the cloud thrust in his sickle on men shall' fall as dung upon the gather out of his kingdom all the earth; and the earth
WA things that offend, and then which reaped. open field, and as the handful
do iniquity; And shall cast them after the harvestman, and none
into a furnace of fire: there shall Bball gather them. be wailing and gnashing of teeth.
GLEANING. Jer. I, 16. Cut off the sower from Then shall the righteous shine
LAW. Babylon, and him that handleth forth as the sun in the kingdom of the sickle in the time of harvest: their Father. Who hath ears to
Ler. xix, 9. And when ye reap for fear of the oppressing sword hear, let him hear.
the harvest of your land, thou
shalt not wholly reap the corners they shall turn every one to his
Mark iv, 26-29. And he said, So of thy field, neither shalt thou people, and they shall flee every is the kingdom of God, as if a man gather the gleanings of thy har. one to his own land.
should cast seed into the ground; vest. Hosea vi, 11. Also, O Judah, he | And should sleep, and rise night hath set an harvest for thee, when and day, and the seed should the harvest of your land, thou
Lev. xxiii, 22. And when ye reap I returned the captivity of my spring and grow up, he knoweth shalt not make clean riddance of people.
not how. For the earth bringeth the corners of thy field when thoa Jocl iii, 13. Put ye in the sickle; forth fruit of herself; first the reapest, neither shalt thou gather for the harvest is ripe: come, get blade, then the ear, after that the you down; for the press is full, the full corn in the ear. But when shålt leave them unto the poor,
any gleaning of thy harvest: thoa fats overtlow: for their wicked the fruit is brought forth, immed- and to the stranger: I ain the ness is great.
iately he putteth in the sickle, LORD your God. Matth. ix, 37, 38. Then saith he because the harvest is come.
Dcut. xxiv, 19. When thon cutunto his disciples, The harvest Luke x, 2. Therefore said he un- test down thine harvest in thy truly is plenteous, but the la- to them, The harvest truly is great, field, and hast forgot a slieaf in the bourers are few; Pray ye there but the labourers are few: pray ye field, thou shalt not go again to fore the Lord of the harvest, that therefore the Lord of the harvest, fetch it: it shall be for the stranger, he will send forth labourers into that he would send forth labourers for the fatherless, and for the his harvest. into his harvest.
widow: that the LORD thy God Matth. xiii, 24-30. Another par
John iv, 35-38. Say not ye. There may bless thee in all the work of able put ho forth unto them, saying, The kingdom of heaven is cometh harvest? behold, I say unare yet four months, and then thine lands.
Deut. xxiv, 22. And thou shalt likened unto a man which sowed to you, Lift up your eyes, and remember that thou wast a bondgood seed in his field: But while look on the fields; for they are man in the land of Egypt: there. men slept, his enemy came and white already to harvest. And fore I command thee to do this sowed tares among the wheat, he that reapeth receiveth wages, thing. and went his way. But when the and gathereth fruit unto life eterblade was sprung up, and brought nal: that both he that soweth and
INSTANCE. forth fruit, then appeared, tho he that reapeth may rejoice to kinsman of her husband's, a mighty
Ruth 11,1-3,5-9. And Naomi had a tares also. 'So the servants of the gether. And herein is that saving man of wealth, of tho family of householder came and said unto him, Sir, didat not thou sow good reapeth. I sent you to reap that true, One soweth, and another
Elimelech; and his
name seed in thy field from whence whereon ye bestowed no labour: said unto Naomi, Let me now go
Boaz. And Ruth the Moabitess then hath it tarex He said unto
other men laboured, and ye are them, An enemy hath done this.
to the field, and glean ears of corn entered into their labours. The servants said unto him, Wilt
after nun in whose sight I shall thou then that we go and gather
1 Cor. ix, 11. It we have sown lind grace. And she said unto then up? But he said, Nay; lest unto you spiritual things, is it a her, Go, my daughter. And she while ye gather up thó tares, ye great thing if we shall reap your went, and came, and cleaned
in root up also the wheat with them. carnal things?
the field after the rea pers: and her Let both grow together until the James V, 4. Behold, the hire of hap was to light on a part of the
Geld belonging unto Boaz, who , unto the rock of Rimmon: and Nay; but I will verily buy it for ras of the kindred of Elimelech. they gleaned of them in the high- the full price: for I will not take Thro said Boaz unto his servant ways five thousand men; and pur- that which is thine for the LORD, that was set over the reapers, sued hard after them unto Gidom, nor offer burnt offerings without Whose damsel is this? And the and slew two thousand men of cost. So David gave to Ornan for Servant that was set over the them,
the place six hundred shekels of mapers answered and said, It is
gold by weight. the Moabitish damsel that came
130. xxviii, 27-29. For the back with Naomi out of the coun- Gen. xxiv, 25. She said moreover fitches are not threshed with a try of Moab: And she said, I pray unto him, We have both straw threshing instrument, neither is a fou, let me glean and gather after , and provender enough, and room cart wheel turned about upon the the reapers among the sheaves: 80 to lodge in.
cummin; but the fitches are beaten the came, and hath continued even
Gen. xxiv, 32. And the man camo out with a staff, and the cummin from the morning until now, that into the house: and he ungirded with a rod. Bread corn is bruised; Koe tarried a little in the house. his camels, and gave straw and because he will not
ever be Then said Boaz unto Ruth, Hearprovender for the camels.
threshing it, nor break it with the est thou not, my daughter? Go not to glean in another field,
Gen. 1, 10. And they came to the wheel of his cart, nor bruise it
with his horsemen. This also reither go from hence, but abide threshing-floor of Atad, which is cometh forth from the Lord of bere fast by my maidens: Let thine beyond Jordan.
hosts, which is wonderful in couneyes be on the field that they do Exod. v, 10-12. And the task- sel, and excellent in working. reap, and go thou after them: hare masters of the people went out, I not charged the young men that and their officers, and they spake leave of the people to Jehoahaz
2 Kin. xiii, 7. Neither did he they shill not touch thee? and to the people, saying, Thus saith but fifty horsemen, and ten chawhen thou art athirst, go unto the Pharaoh, I will not give you straw. Vessels, and drink of that which Go ye, get you straw where you for the king of Syria had destroy
riots, and ten thousand footmen: the young men have drawn. can find it: yet not ought of your ed them, and had made them like Puth ii, 14-19. And Boaz said work shall be diminished. So the
the dust by threshing. unto her, At mealtime come thou people were scattered abroad
Job xxi, 18. They are as stubble hither, and eat of the bread, and throughout all the land of Egypt dip thy morsel in the vinegar. to gather stubble instead of straw. before the wind, and as chaff that
the storm carrieth away. And she sat beside the reapers: Deut. xxv, 4. Thou shalt not and he reached her parched corn, muzzle the ox when he treadeth
Psalm i, 4. The ungodly are not and she did eat, and was sufficed, out the corn.
so: but are like the chaff whichi
the wind driveth away. and left. And when she was risen
Judges vi, 11. And there came up to glean, Boaz commanded his an angel of the LORD, and sat un
Psalm xxxv, 5. Let them be ag young men, saying, Let her gleander an oak which was in Ophrah, chat before the wind: and let the ETED anong the sheaves, and re- that pertained
unto Joash the angel of the Lord chase them. proach her not: And let fall also Abi-czrite: and his son Gideon Psalm lxxxii, 13. O my God, Bane of the handfuls of purpose threshed wheat by the winepress, make them like a wheel; as the for her, and leave them, that she to hide it from the Midianites.
stubble before the wind. Inay glean them, and rebuke her
1 Sam. xxiii, 1. Then they told not. So she gleaned in the field David, saying, Behold, the Philis- the corn of my floor: that which I
Isa. xxi, 10. O my threshing, and until even, and beat out that she tines fight against Keilah, and have heard of the Lord of hosts, hadi gleaned: and it was about an they rob the threshing-floors. epbah of barley. And she took it
the God of Israel, have I declared op.and went into the city: and her
1 Chron, XXI, 18-25. Then the unto you. mother in law saw what she had angel of the LORD commanded Isa. XXX, 24. The oxen likewise gleaned: and she brought forth, Gad to say to David, that David and the young asses that ear the and gave to her that she had re- should go up, and set up an altar ground shall eat clean provender, served after she was sufficed.
unto the LORD in the threshing which hath been winnowed with And her mother in law said unto floor of Ornan the Jebusite. And the shovel and with the fan. her, Where hast thou gleaned to David went up at the saying of
Isa. xxx, 28. And his breath, as day? and where wroughtest thou? Gad, which he spake in the name
an overflowing stream, shall reach blessed be he that did take of the LOBD. And Ornan turned to the midst of the nech, to sitt knowledge of thee. And she back, and saw the angel; and his the nations with the sicve of ebewed her mother in law with four sons with him hid themselves. Yanity: and there shall be a bridle whorn she had wrought, and said, Now Ornan was thiroshing wheat in the jaws of the people, causing The man's name with whom I And as David came to Ornan, them to err. wrought to day is Boaz.
Ornan looked and saw David, and
Isa. xxix, 5. Moreover the mula Ruth 11, 21-23. And Ruth the bowed himself to David with his like small dust, and the multitude Moabitess said, He said unto me face to the ground. Then David of the terrible ones shall be ay diso. Thou shalt keep fast by my said to Ornan, Grant me the place chaff that passeth away: yea, it Foung men, until they have ended of this threshingfloor, that I may shall be at an instant suddenly. all my harvest. And Naomi said build an altar therein unto the unto Ruth her daughter in law, it Lord: thou shall grant it me for
Isa. xxxiii, 11. Ye shall conceive # gooi, my daughter, that thou the
full price: that the plague may chaff, ye shall bring forth stubble: En out with his maidens, that they be stayed from the people. And your breath, as fire, shall devour mieet thee not in any other field. Ornan said unto David, Take it to you. So she kept fast by the maidens of thee, and let my lord the king do Isa.xli, 15, 16. Behold, I will make Boaz to glean unto the end of bar- that which is good in his eyes: lo, thee a new sharp threshing instrukey harvest and of wheat harvest; I give thee the oxen also for burnt ment having teeth: thou shalt and dwelt with her mother in offerings, and the threshing in- thresh the mountains, and beat law.
struments for wood, and the wheat them small, and shalt make the Judges XX, 45. And they turned for the meat offering; I give it all. hills as chair. Thou shalt fan them, and tied toward the wilderness And king David said to Ornan, I and the wind shall carry them
away, and the whirlwind shall his floor, and will gather the wheat them away as with a flood; they scatter them; and thou shalt re-into his garner, but the chaff he are as a sleep: in the morning joice in the LORD, and shalt glory will burn with fire unquenchable. they are like grass "chich groweth in the livly One of Israel,
Luke xxii, 31. And the Lord said, up. In the morning it fourisheth, Jer. xiii, 24. Therefore will I Simon, Simon, behuld, Satan h:1th and groweth up; in the evening it scatter them as the stubble that lesired to have you, that he may is cut down, and withereth. passeth away by the wind of the sist you as wheat.
Psalm xcii, 7. When the wicked wilderness.
1 Cor. ix, 9. For it is written in spring as the grass, and when all Jer. xxill, 28. What is the chaff the law of Moses, Thou shalt not the workers of iniquity do flourto tho wheat? saith the LORD.
muzzle the mouth of the ox that ish; it is that they shall be deJer. 11, 1, 2. Thus saith the LORD; treadeth out the corn. Doth God stroyed for ever. Behold, I will raise up against take care for oxen?
Psalm ciil, 15. As for man, his Babylon, and against them that
days are as grass: as a flower of dwell in the midst of them that
the field, so he flourisheth. rise up against ine, a destroying wind; And will send unto Babylon
Isa. xxxvii, 27. Therefore their
Deut. xi, 15. And I will send inhabitants vere of small power, fanners, that shall fun her, and grass in thy fields for thy catfle, they were dismayed and CONshall empty her land; for in the that thou mayest eat and be full.
founded; they were as the grass of day of trouble they shall be Ps. civ, 14. He causeth the grass the field, and as the green herb, as against her round about.
to grow for the cattle, and herb the grass on the housetops, and as Jer, li, 33. For thus saith the for the service of man: that he may corri blasted before it be grown Lord of hosts, the God of Israel; bring forth food out of the earth.
up. The daughter of Babylon is like Ps. cxlvii, 8. Who covereth the
1:a. x1, 6-8. The voice said, Cry. a threshingfloor, it is time to heaven with clouds, who prepar. And he said, What shall I cry? thresh her: yet a little while, and eth rain for the earth, who maketh All flesh is grass, and all the goodthe time of her harvest shall come. grass to grow upon the mountains. liness thereof is as the flower of
Hosea x, 11. And Ephraim is as Prov. xxvii, 25. The hay appear the field: The grass withereth, the an heifer that is taught, and lov- eth, and the tender grass sheweth flower fadeth; because the spirit of eth to tread out the corn; but I itself, and herbs of the mountains the Lord bloweth upon it: surely passed over upon her fair neck: are gathered,
the people is gross.
The grass I will make Ephraim to ride.
Mark vi, 39. And he command-withereth, the flower fadeth; but Hosea xiii, 3. Therefore they ed them to make all sit down by the word of our God shall stand for shall be as the morning cloud, and companies upon the green grass. as the early dew that passeth John vi, 10. And Jesus said,
Malth. vi, 30. Wherefore, if God away, as the chaff that is driven Make the men sit down. Now which to day is, and to morrow is
so clothe the grass of the field, with the whirlwind out of the there was much grass in the place. cast into the oven, shall he not floor, and as the smoke out of tho So the men sat down, in number chimney.
much more clothe you, O yo of about five thousand.
little faith? Amos i, 3. Thus saith the LORD;
Pev. ix, 4. And it was commandFor three transgressions of Dam- ed them that they should not hurt
1 Pet. 1, 24. For all flesh is as ascus, and for four, I will not turn the grass of the earth, neither any grass and all the glory of man as
The grass away the punishment thereof; be- green thing, neither any tree; but the power of grass. cause they have threshed Gilead only those men which have not withereth, and the lower thereof with threshing instruments of the seal of God in their foreheads. I falleth away. iron.
Amos ix, 9. For, lo, I will com- Num. xxii, 4. And Moab said un- OTHER PRODUCTS OF mand, and I will sist the house of to the elders of Midian, Now shall Israel among all nations, like as this company lick up all that are
THE FIELDS. corn is sifted in a sieve, yet shall not round about us, as the ox licketh
BEANS, LENTILES, ETC. the least grain fall upon the earth. up the grass of the field. And Micah iv, 12, 13. But theyknow not Balak the son of Zippor, was king and basons, and earthen vessels,
2 Sam. xvii, 28. Brought beds, the thoughts of the LORD, neither of the Moabites at that time.
and wheat, and barley, and tour. understand they his counsel; for 2 Sam. xxiii, 4. And he shall be and parched corn, and beans, and he shall gather them as the sheaves as the light of the morning, when lentiles, and parched pulse. into the floor. Arise and thresh, the sun riseth, cien a morning O daughter of Zion: for I will without clouds; as the tender BULRUSHES, FLAGS AND make thine horn iron, and I will grass springing out of the earth
RUSHES. make thy hoofs brass: and thou by clear shining after rain.
E: il, 3. And when she could shalt beat in pieces many people: 2 Kings xix, 26. Therefore their not longer hide him, she took for and I will consecrate their gain inhabitants were of small power, him an ark of bulrushes, and unto the Lord, and their substance they were dismayed and con- daubed it with slime and with unto the LORD of the whole earth. founded; they were as the grass pitch, and put the child therein;
Hab. iii, 12. Thou didst march of the field, and as the green herb, and she laid it in the flags by the through the land in indignation, as the grass on the house tops, river's brink. thou didst thresh the heathen in and as corn blasted before it be
Isa. Iviii, 5. Is it such a fast that anger. grown up.
I have chosen? a day for a man to Matt. iii, 12. Whose fan is in his
Psalm lxxii, 6. Ho shall come afflict his soul? is it to bow down hand, and he will throughly purge down like rain upon the mown his head as a bulrush, and to his floor, and gather his wheat grass: as showers that water the spread sackcloth and ashes under into the garner; but he will burn earth.
himi wilt thou call this a fast, and up the chats with unquenchable Psalm Ixxii, 16. And they of the an acceptable day to the LORD? fire.
city shall flourish like grass of the Job viii, 11. Can the rush grow Luke lii, 17. Whose fan is in his earth.
up without mire? can the flag grow hand, and he will throughly purge Psalm xc, 5, 6. Thou carriest without water?