Thematic Bible




Thematic Bible




Ye, have seen what I did unto the Egyptians, - And how I bare you upon wings of eagles, And brought you in unto myself: -

Saul and Jonathan, delightfully loving in their lives, even, in their death, were not divided, - Beyond eagles, were they swift, beyond lions, were they strong!

They have passed away with boats of paper-reed, like a vulture which rusheth upon food.



When thou sittest to eat with a ruler, thou shall consider well, what is before thee; And shalt put a knife to thy throat, if, of great appetite, thou art: Do not crave his dainties, for, the same, are deceitful food. read more.
Do not toil to get wealth, of thine own understanding, forbear: Wilt thou let thine eye fly thereupon, when it is nothing? for it will, surely make, itself wings, Like an eagle, will it wing its way across the heavens. Do not eat the food of him that hath a begrudging eye, neither crave thou his dainties; For, just as he hath thought in his own mind, so, he is: Eat and drink! he may say to thee, but, his heart, is not with thee. As for thy morsel thou hast eaten, thou shalt vomit it, so shalt thou waste thy things so sweet.


Be not thou envious of wicked men, neither crave to be with them; For, violence, their heart muttereth, and, mischief, their lips do speak.

When thou sittest to eat with a ruler, thou shall consider well, what is before thee; And shalt put a knife to thy throat, if, of great appetite, thou art: Do not crave his dainties, for, the same, are deceitful food. read more.
Do not toil to get wealth, of thine own understanding, forbear: Wilt thou let thine eye fly thereupon, when it is nothing? for it will, surely make, itself wings, Like an eagle, will it wing its way across the heavens. Do not eat the food of him that hath a begrudging eye, neither crave thou his dainties; For, just as he hath thought in his own mind, so, he is: Eat and drink! he may say to thee, but, his heart, is not with thee. As for thy morsel thou hast eaten, thou shalt vomit it, so shalt thou waste thy things so sweet.

Let us not become vain-glorious, - one another, challenging, one another, envying.







Ye, have seen what I did unto the Egyptians, - And how I bare you upon wings of eagles, And brought you in unto myself: -

Saul and Jonathan, delightfully loving in their lives, even, in their death, were not divided, - Beyond eagles, were they swift, beyond lions, were they strong!

They have passed away with boats of paper-reed, like a vulture which rusheth upon food.




as they say - Alas! alas! the great city! She that was arrayed in fine linen, and purple, and scarlet, and decked with gold, and precious stone, and pearl, - That, in one hour, hath been laid waste, such great wealth as this! And, every pilot, and every passenger, and mariners, and as many as, by the sea, carry on traffic, afar off did stand,


For, to a man who is good before him, hath he given wisdom and knowledge and gladness, - whereas, to the sinner, he hath given employment, to gather and heap up, to give to one who is good before God, even this, was vanity, and a feeding on wind.




The increase of his house shall vanish, melting away in the day of his anger.


Therefore hated, I, all my toil, wherein I was toiling, under the sun, - in that I should leave it for the man who should come after me;








Note well, the appearance of thy flock, apply thy mind to thy herds; For, not age-abiding, are riches, nor is the diadem, from generation to generation: -