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23701 The Empires of the Bible from the Confusion of Tongues to the Babylonian Captivity, p. 207.1 (Alonzo Trevier Jones)

… of Jehovah. By such measures, she brought the kingdom to the point where there were only seven thousand out of all Israel that had not bowed the knee to Baal …

23702 The Empires of the Bible from the Confusion of Tongues to the Babylonian Captivity, p. 217.3 (Alonzo Trevier Jones)

… of Jehovah and offered them before Chemosh. And the king of Israel fortified Jahaz, and occupied it when he made war against me, and Chemosh drove him out before …

23703 The Empires of the Bible from the Confusion of Tongues to the Babylonian Captivity, p. 299.2 (Alonzo Trevier Jones)

… of Jehovah at Jerusalem, the priests and Levites of the Lord’s worship would have nothing to do with Jeroboam’s invention; and that therefore Jeroboam was …

23704 The Empires of the Bible from the Confusion of Tongues to the Babylonian Captivity, p. 300.3 (Alonzo Trevier Jones)

… forsake Jehovah and refuse to worship Him. He did not propose to cast Him off. He professed still to fear the Lord, but he could not trust the Lord to keep the people …

23705 The Empires of the Bible from the Confusion of Tongues to the Babylonian Captivity, p. 398.2 (Alonzo Trevier Jones)

… of Jehovah.” And when under the obligations of a solemn covenant and oath he accepted this name, in this he voluntarily subjected himself to the judgment of …

23706 An Exposition of Matthew Twenty-Four on the Second Coming of Christ, p. 32.5 (Alonzo Trevier Jones)

… of Jehovah’s unmingled wrath are yet to be poured out, not upon the people of one nation only, but upon the guilty inhabitants of all nations. “The slain of the …

23707 An Exposition of Matthew Twenty-Four on the Second Coming of Christ, p. 81.2 (Alonzo Trevier Jones)

… of Jehovah! And not one drop of mercy?—Not one! Jesus will lay off his priestly attire, eave [ sic .] the mercy-seat, and put on the garments of vengeance, never more to …

23708 General Conference Bulletin, vol. 1 1895, page 445 paragraph 2

… of Jehovah, especially the fourth commandment, that defines who is the Creator of the heavens and the earth.

23709 General Conference Bulletin, vol. 1 1895, page 470 paragraph 9

… of Jehovah as to hold that they would be righteous in the sight of God, and receive the fulfillment of his promises, if they strictly kept the letter of the law …

23710 General Conference Daily Bulletin, vol. 1 February 18, 1897, page 74 paragraph 2

… of Jehovah as revealed in nature. Divine inspiration asks many questions which the most profound scholar cannot answer. These questions were not asked …

23711 General Conference Daily Bulletin, vol. 1 March 2, 1897, page 196 paragraph 7

… of Jehovah in his natural laws, the image of God would have been revealed in him. But by sinning against his own body; by indulging his natural appetite and disturbing …

23712 General Conference Daily Bulletin, vol. 1 March 2, 1897, page 198 paragraph 2

… . Here Jehovah has given a specimen of himself; for man was made in the image of God. It is Satan’s determined work to destroy the image of God in man. He would make …

23713 General Conference Daily Bulletin, vol. 1 March 4, 1897, page 249 paragraph 11

The glory of the Lord shall be revealed, and all flesh shall see it together, for the mouth of Jehovah hath spoken it.

23714 The Great Empires of Prophecy, from Babylon to the Fall of Rome, p. 55.2 (Alonzo Trevier Jones)

… I, Jehovah, which call thee by thy name, am the God of Israel. For Jacob my servant’s sake, and Israel mine elect, I have even called thee by thy name: I have surnamed …

23715 The Great Empires of Prophecy, from Babylon to the Fall of Rome, p. 212.2 (Alonzo Trevier Jones)

… of Jehovah, and accept initiation into the Egyptian religion, should retain their original rank and privileges.

23716 The Great Empires of Prophecy, from Babylon to the Fall of Rome, p. 479.2 (Alonzo Trevier Jones)

… of Jehovah as the true God, and was a part of the worship of Him as such. Now when it was declared by one of the chiefest factors in the new theocracy that “all things …

23718 The Medical Missionary, vol. 15 August 7, 1906, page 52 paragraph 16

God would make us acquainted with his great name,— Jehovah-tsidkenu, the Lord our Righteousness,—and also with his great name,— Jehovah-rophekho, the Lord our Healer.

23720 The Medical Missionary, vol. 16 April 17, 1907, page 122 paragraph 6

The first one was paganism established and imperialized by Nimrod. And its procedure was such as to distinguish him forever as the “exceedingly imperious rebel” and “overbearing tyrant in Jehovah’s sight.”