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THOMAS DAVID WILLIAMS
B. HERDER BOOK CO.
Sti. Ludovici, die 3. Julii, 1923
F. G. Holweck,
Sti. Ludovici, die 3. Julii, 1923
4-Joannes J. Glennon,
Thomas David Williams
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Printed in U. S. A.
The study of the Holy Scriptures has a charm and interest wholly its own, even apart from its doctrinal and moral value ;-an interest that grows, a charm and a lure that never dims nor weakens. Not only as a picture of minds, manners, and morals, but for the human interest of the history it unfolds, the story of person and place, it holds its own against every chronicle of the events of the world.
The Scriptures have been, and are, a mine of wealth, a treasure of lore, in which saint and sage, master and student in every century have loved to delve and dig, and have found themselves always well repaid for their labors by the treasures they carry away from this storehouse of inexhaustible riches.
Inspired by the strong conviction-shared by every lover of the Sacred Books—that the knowledge of the Scriptures, in their historical light and character, will lead to a better understanding of the teachings and revelations hidden therein as a priceless gem in a beautiful casket; it has long been the earnest desire of the compiler of the present work to add his poor mite to the great task of making more easily accessible to the general reader the knowledge of the persons, peoples and places, of which the Holy Scriptures have aught to say.
The object of this Concordance, then, is to give under proper headings all that the Scriptures have to tell us of persons and places; using for this purpose all the texts to be found in Holy Writ that refer to the subject treated.
As a variation from the received Concordances, the texts are cited more at length, in order to give a clear and comprehensive sense of each passage, and thus a fuller understanding of the subject,-making the work more than a mere book of reference.
An added feature is the brief digest, under each caption, of what at more length would be found in the various Dictionaries of the Bible.
This work is offered in the earnest hope that it may be found of some use both to the student and to the general reader of the Scriptures. If it aid but a little to diffuse more generally the love for this Divine Armory, by inciting greater interest in, and desire for, the study of the Written Word, then indeed will this hope be realized.
Grateful acknowledgment is made for the kindly assistance given the compiler by Rev. Dr. Romanus Butin. S. M, associate Professor of Semitic languages and literature in the Catholic University of America; and to Rev. Philip J. Blanc. S.S., S.T.L., Professor of Moral Theology, and Librarian, in St. Mary's Seminary, Baltimore, who courteously placed at his disposal the facilities of the Library of that institution.
Thos. D. WILLIAMS. Feast of St. Joseph 1922.
A CONCORDANCE OF PROPER NAMES
IN THE HOLY SCRIPTURES
So Mary the prophetess, the sister
of Aaron, took a timbrel in her hand. Heb. Aharon.-Etym. unknown. Descendant
-Exod. xv. 20. of Levi, and older brother of Moses. First high priest
And all the congregation of the of Israel,
children of Israel murmured against
Moses and Aaron in the wilderness. Aaron the Levite is thy brother, I Exod. xvi. 2. Num. xiv. 2. xvi. 41. know that he is eloquent.—Exod. iv. 14. XX. 2, 3. Why do you, Moses and Aaron, draw
And Aaron put it (the vessel of off the people from their works?
manna) in the tabernacle to be kept. Erod. v. 4.
-Exod. xvi. 34. And they met Moses and Aaron,
And Aaron and Hur stayed up his as they came out from Pharao.-Erod.
(i. e., Moses') hands on both sides.v. 20.
Erod. xvii. 12. And she (Jochabed) bore him Aaron You have Aaron and Hur with you: and Moses.-Erod. vi. 20. Num. Xxvi.
if any question shall arise, you shall 59. I Paralip. vi. 3. xxiii. 13.
refer it to them.-Exod. xxiv. 14. And Aaron took to wife Elizabeth
And Aaron and his sons shall order the daughter of Aminadab.—Exod. vi. it, that it (the lamp) may give light 23.
before the Lord until the morning. These are Aaron and Moses, whom -Erod. xxvii. 21. Levit. xxiv. 2, 3. the Lord commanded to bring forth Take unto thee also Aaron thy the children of Israel out of the land brother, with his sons ...,
that they of Egypt.-E.rod. vi. 26, 27. Num.
may minister to me in the priest's xxxiii. 1. Josue xxiv. 5. 1 Kings office.-Exod. xxviii. 1. Num. iii. 10. xii. 8.
And thou shalt make a holy vesAnd Aaron thy brother shall be thy ture for Aaron thy brother for glory prophet.-Erod. vii. 1.
and for beauty.--Erod. xxviii. 2, 3, And Moses was eighty years old, and 4, 41. xxxi. 10. xxxv. 19. xxxix. 1, 4. laron eighty three, when they spoke And Aaron shall bear their names to Pharao.-Erod. vii. 7.
before the Lord, upon both shoulders, And Aaron took the rod before for a remembrance.—Exod. xxviii. 12, Pharao, and his servants, and it 29. was turned into a serpent. But And thou shalt put in the rational Aaron's rod devoured their rods.
of judgment doctrine and truth, which --Erod. vii, 10, 12.
shall be on Aaron's breast. ...-Exod. And Aaron stretched forth his hand xxviii. 30. upon the waters of Egypt, and the And Aaron shall be vested with it frogs . . . covered the land of Egypt. (tie tunick) in the office of his min--Exod. viii. 6.
istry.—Exod. xxviii. 35. xxix. 5, 8, 9. And Aaron stretched forth his Xxxix. 25. hand ...: and he struck the dust
And Aaron shall bear the iniquities of the earth, and there came sciniphs of those things which the children of on men and beasts.-E.rod. viii. 17.
Israel have offered and sanctified. ... And the children of Israel going -Erod. xxviii. 38. forth did as the Lord had commanded And Aaron and his sons shall use Moses and Aaron.—Exod. xii. 28, 50. them (the linen breeches) when they