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National prosperity intimately connected with the religious character of
the people, 260, 413.

National sins punished by national suffering, 365.

Nee Sima, Rev. Joseph, incidents in his early history, illustrative of the
power of prayer, 128.

Newton, Isaac, quoted from, 127.

Nob, David at, 97 ; massacre of the priests at, 105.

OPPORTUNITY, importance of embracing, 89, 189.

PARAN, wilderness of, 153.

Parents, bereaved, comforted and counseled, 292, 297.

, care for, enforced on their children, 1 10.

, lessons to, from Absalom's rebellion, 316, 333 ; from Adonijah's

revolt, 399.

Pestilence, visitation of, 371.

Philip V. soothed by Farinelli's music, 28.

Philistines, description of, 42 ; at Elah,.42; complain of Achish for his
kindness to David, 100, 176; encamp at the well of Harod, 178; vic-
tory of, over Saul, 184 ; defeated by David at Rephaim, 212.

Plumer's " Studies in the Book of Psalms " quoted from, 85.

Plumtre, Professor, "Biblical Studies of," referred to, 309, 311.



INDEX. 441

Polygamy, evils of, 167, 195, 266, 315.

Popular favor, fickleness of, 321.

Prayer vindicated from modern objections, 126 ; illustrations of answers

to, 127, 128; answers to, consistent with the uniformity of the laws of

nature, 127.

Priests, arrangement of, into courses, 255.
Prophecy of Nathan, interpretation of, 233-237.
Psalm, apocrypha], after the battle of Elan, referred to, 52.
Psalms, passages in, probably referring to Elah, 52.
Psalms, probable origin or occasion of: Psalm iii., 314 ; iv., 314 ; v., 350 ;

vii., 142-145; xii., 155; xv., 219; xviii., 379; xxiv., 223; xxx., 210;

xxxi., 122 ; xxxii., 272 ; xxxiv., 101 ; xli., 350 ; xlii., 353 ; xliii., 353 ; li.,

272, 283 ; liv., 125 ; Iv., 350 ; Ivi., 101 ; Ivii., 135 ; fix., 81 ; Ixiii., 117 ;

Ixviii., 220 ; Ixix., 307, 350 ; Ixxii., 407 ; Ixxxiv., 353 ; ci., 193 ; ex., 253 j

cxix.,84; cxxxii.,219; cxxxiii.,2oi ; cxlii., 134; cxliii.,35o; cxliv.,353.

, imprecatory, referred to, 351.

Pythagoras, use of music by, 27.

RAHAB compared with Michal, 88.
Ramah, David at, 82.
Rebekah contrasted with David, 146.

Rebellion, Absalom's, accounted for, 304 ; early success of explained, 305 ;
inauguration of,3o8 ; adhesion of Ahithophel to, 308 ; suppression of, 329.
Recognition of God's hand in all things by David, 389.
Religion, connection between, and national prosperity, 260, 413.
Repentance, true, distinguished from false, 150-153.
Revolt of Sheba, 348.

of Adonijah, 399.

Richter, quotation from, by Carlyle, 315.
Rist, hymns of, 131.
Rizpah's devotion to her son, 369.
Rock of divisions, or escapes, 125.

SACRIFICE, to be sincere, must cost something, 377.

Samuel, character of, 9, 153 ; commanded to anoint David, 14; visited by
David at Ramah, 82-84 ; death and burial of, 154 ; contrasted with
Nabal, 162-164 ; appearance of, to Saul at Endor, 180-183.

Saul, chosen king by lot, 9 ; character of, 10, 12 ; mistakes of, 10-12 ; les-
sons from, 21, 187, 190 ; troubled by an evil spirit, 24 ; sootKSd by Da-
vid's harp, 28 ; interview with David after the battle of Elah, 51 ; jeal-
ousy of David, 66 ; attempts to kill David, 67, 76 ; " among the proph-
ets," 87, 91 ; murders the priests at Nob, 105 ; besieges David, 120,
124 ; spared by David in the cave, 137, 140 ; vacillation of feeling in
reference to David accounted for, 142; repentance only partial, 150;
visit to Endor, 180 ; appearance of Samuel to, and questions as to
that incident, 181-183.

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442 INDEX.

Saunders's " Evenings with the Sacred Poets " referred to, 130.

Schools of the prophets described, 82, 83.

Scott, Sir Walter, reference to, 89 ; quotation from, 99.

Scriptural biographies, honesty of, 277, 431.

Selfism, evil of, illustrated from the case of Saul, 69 ; from that of the
men of Keilah, 121.

Sheba, revolt of, 348.

Shevv-bread given to David by Ahimelech, 97.

Shimei curses David, 313; humbles himself before David, 342 ; is de-
nounced by David to Solomon, 418.

Shobi, of Rabbah, joins David, 327.

Slander, sin of, 147 ; evil of listening to, 149 ; proper demeanor under,
149, 356.

Smith's "Dictionary of the Bible" quoted from or referred 10,42, 133,
218,345.

Solomon, referred to in Nathan's prophecy, 235 ; wisdom of, an incident-
al proof of the diffusion of education under David, 251 ; birth of, 299 ;
proclaimed king, 401 ; addressed by David, 404 ; receives from him
the plans of the Temple, and materials for its construction, 404.

Song born out of trial, 130.

" Song of the Bow," 185.

Song, service of, in the Tabernacle, 218.

Songs in the night, 358.

Staleybridgc, incident at, 396.

Stanley, Dean, quoted from or referred to, 13, 52, 134, 136, 193, 245, 247,

373-
Spurgeon's " Treasury of David " quoted from, 387.

TAMAR, beauty of, 299 ; dishonored by Amnon, 300.

Taylor, Isaac, quotation from, 361.

Temple the, David's desire to build, 230 ; Nathan's message regarding,
233 ; a type of the Christian Church, 242 ; lessons from, 408-414.

Tennyson, quotations from, 64, 168.

Teraphim, dissertation on, 78-80.

Thankfulness for God's mercies enforced, 395.

Thirty Years' War in Germany fruitful in noble hymns, 130.

Tholuck, Dr. A., on marriage, 169.

Thomson's "The Land and the Book" quoted from or referred 10,51,
102, 133.

Transgression, the great, of David, 264 ; its precursors, 265 ; its aggrava-
tions, 267 ; accounted for, 268 ; David's penitence for, 270 ; the con-
sequences of, 275 ; lessons from, 277.

Trench, Archbishop, quoted from, 26, 130, 183, 187, 188.

Trial, fruitfulness of, 130 ; tendency of David's soul under, 144 ; solace in,

357-
" Trust in God, and do the right !" 73, 74.



INDEX.



443



URIM and Thummim, presence of, in the cave of Adullam, 112 ; place of,
in the education of God's people, 1 14 ; answers of, contrasted with
those of heathen oracles, 214.

Uzzah, death of, 216.

VAINGLORY, national, rebuked, 375.
Voltaire, effect of the 5ist Psalm upon, 273.

WHITTIER, J. G.,hymn of, 131.

Witch of Endor, Saul's visit to, 180; questions concerning, 181-183.

Wordsworth quoted from, 118.

" Worthies " of David, 247 ; deeds of, 248.

Wright, Josiah, M.A., quotations from, 191, 375.

YOUNG men exhorted on the improvement of leisure time, 36 ; on leav-
ing home, 39 ; on the choice of friends, 63 ; on making provision for
their parents, 1 10 ; as to the attainment of success, 146, 206 ; on mar-
riage, 166; from the history and death of Absalom, 336.

Young's " Night Thoughts " referred to, 223.

Youth not the only dangerous time of life, 278.

ZADOK, priest at Shiloh, 216; assists in suppressing the revolt of Adoni-
jah, 401.

Zibar, perfidy of to Mephibosheth, 312-314; reason for David's treat-
ment of, 347.

Ziklag received by David from Achish, 174; burned by the Amalekites,
177.

Zion, fortress of, taken from the Jebusites, 204.

Ziph, 123 ; David's interview with Jonathan in the wood of, 124; treach-
ery of the men of, 124.



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