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Torrey's Topical Textbook
Originally included Mesopotamia
Ge 25:20; 28:5; De 26:5; Ac 7:2.
More properly the country around Damascus
Damascus the capital of
Abana and Pharpar rivers of
Governed by kings
1Ki 22:31; 2Ki 5:1.
Israel followed the idolatry of
Asa sought aid of, against Israel
Elijah anointed Hazael king over, by divine direction
Benhadad king of, besieged Samaria
God smote with blindness those sent against Elisha by the king of
Besieged Samaria again
Army of, miraculously routed
Death of the king of, and the cruelty of his successor foretold by Elisha
Joram king of Israel in seeking to recover Ramothgilead from, severely wounded
2Ki 8:28,29; 9:15.
Israel delivered into the hands of, for the sins of Jehoahaz
A saviour raised up for Israel against
Elisha predicted to Joash his three victories over
Joined with Israel against Ahaz and besieged Jerusalem
2Ki 16:5; Isa 7:12.
Retook Elath and drove out the Jews
Subdued and its inhabitants taken captive by Assyria
Subdued and governed by the Romans
Gospel preached and many churches founded in
Moses was commanded to make after a divine pattern
Ex 25:9; 26:30; Heb 8:5.
Made of the free-will offerings of the people
Ex 25:1-8; 35:4,5,21-29.
Divine wisdom given to Bezaleel to make
Ex 31:2-7; 35:30-35; 36:1.
Was a moveable tent suited to the unsettled condition of Israel
Designed for manifestation of God's presence and for his worship
Ex 25:8; 29:42,43.
The boards of
The door of, a curtain of blue and purple suspended by gold rings from five pillars of shittim wood
Ex 26:36,37; 36:37,38.
Divided by a vail of blue, purple, suspended from four pillars of shittim
Ex 26:31-33; 36:35,36; 40:21.
Had a court round about
The table of show-bread, the golden candlestick, and the altar of incense were place in the holy place
Ex 26:35; 40:22,24,26; Heb 9:2.
The ark and mercy-seat put in the most holy place
Ex 26:33,34; 40:20,21; Heb 9:4.
One hundred cubits long and fifty cubits wide.
First reared, on the first day of the second year after the exodus
Surrounded by curtains of fine line suspended from pillars in sockets of brass.
Ex 27:9-15; 38:9-16.
The gate of, a hanging of blue, purple, &c twenty cubits wide, suspended from four pillars, &c.
Ex 27:16; 38:18.
Contained the brazen altar and laver of brass.
All the pillars of, filleted with silver, &c.
Ex 27:17; 38:17.
All the vessels of, made of brass.
Was set up
Anointed and consecrated with oil
Ex 40:9; Le 8:10; Nu 7:1.
Sprinkled and purified with blood
Sanctified by the glory of the Lord
Ex 29:43; 40:34; Nu 9:15.
The Lord appeared in, over the mercy-seat
Ex 25:22; Le 16:2; Nu 7:89.
The cloud of glory rested on, by night and day during its abode in the wilderness
Ex 40:38; Nu 9:15,16.
The journeys of Israel regulated by the cloud on
Free-will offerings made at the first rearing of
Free-will offerings made at the dedication of the altar of
All offerings to be made at
Le 17:4; De 12:5,6,11,13,14.
Punishment for defiling
Le 15:31; Nu 19:13.
A permanent house substituted for, when the kingdom was established
Isa 4:6; Joh 1:14; Heb 9:8,9,11.
Of the Church.
Ps 15:1; Isa 16:5; 54:2; Heb 8:2; Re 21:2,3.
Of the body.
2Co 5:1; 2Pe 1:13.
(The holy of holies,) of heaven.
Heb 6:19,20; 9:12,24; 10:19.
(The vail,) of Christ's body.
(The vail,) of the obscurity of the Mosaic age.
Heb 9:8,10; Ro 16:25,26; Re 11:19.