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“Such were the seething-pot and almond-rod seen by Jeremiah, chap.i. 11, 13, as also his baskets of figs, [chap.xiv. 1-3;] and many more of the like kind might be instanced in.”
“Feudalism was the seething-pot, and the imperial edifice was crumbling to dust.”
“Madrid, and he had been two years in that seething-pot of Spanish affairs, with Christinos and Carlists at one another's throats, when”
“And I said, I see a seething-pot, and its face is from the north.”
“It is to lose oneself in a seething-pot, where the scum is the most apparent thing.”
“Around a fire which blazed and crackled beneath the large seething-pot, that seemed an emblem of the mystery and a promise of the good cheer which are the supposed characteristics of the gypsy race, were grouped seven or eight persons, upon whose swarthy and strong countenances the irregular and fitful flame cast a picturesque and not unbecoming glow.”
“But doubtless," returned his companion, "if he were fire, as thou sayest, the liquid would not bear his approach so meekly; why, it would boil if he were but chin-deep in yon great seething-pot.”
“But ere long the scene changed, and the "seething-pot" of a universal ambition, the crucible of nations, grasped by the hand of”
“Jeremiah is a second time asked: What seest thou? and he sees a seething-pot upon the fire (v. 13), representing Jerusalem and Judah in great commotion, like boiling water, by reason of the descent which the”
“The visions of an almond-rod and a seething-pot, signifying the approaching ruin of Judah and Jerusalem by the Chaldeans, ver.”
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Terms and phrases from John Owen's (1616-1683) theological writings, to some of which the collective title Pneumatologia has been posthumously applied. Some few of the terms listed herein are Septu...
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