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  • This morning at Parkrose Community United Church of Christ our Scripture readings included Wisd of Sol 12: 13, 16-19 and Matt 13: 24-30, 36-43.

    United Church of Christ

  • We fools thought his life madness, and his end without honour, Wisd.v. 4.

    Anatomy of Melancholy

  • Wisd. of the like; but amongst the rest I find one most memorable, registered in the [3467] French chronicles of an advocate of Paris before mentioned, who believed verily he was dead, &c.

    Anatomy of Melancholy

  • For by the greatness and beauty of the creatures, proportionally, the maker of them is seen, Wisd. xiii.

    Anatomy of Melancholy

  • When a closed hand holds tiny bodies, they represent the souls of the righteous Wisd.

    A Handbook of Symbols in Christian Art

  • These words are taken, with some alteration, from Wisd. viii.

    The Prayer Book Explained

  • (Zach., xiii), "Let us condemn him to a most shameful death" (Wisd., ii), and "They have dug my hands and my feet" (Ps. xxi); the miraculous darkness occurs. in Amos, viii; the gall and vinegar are spoken of in Ps. lxviii; the pierced heart of Christ is foreshadowed in Zach., xii.

    The Catholic Encyclopedia, Volume 14: Simony-Tournon

  • The following also may be noted: -- genetis Wisd 7: 12 A, technitis 7: 22, mustis 8: 4. hubristria Jer.

    A Grammar of Septuagint Greek

  • The clay, when dug, was trodden by men's feet so as to form a paste, (Isaiah 41: 25) Wisd. 15: 7; then placed by the potter on the wheel beside which he sat, and shaped by him with his hands.

    Smith's Bible Dictionary

  • Latin, is properly an adjective here, with chiton understood; cf.Wisd. xviii. 24: poderes enduma, and Xenophon, 2, 10: aspis poderes, a shield reaching down to the feet, such as the thureos

    Epistles to the Seven Churches in Asia.


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