Torrey's New Topical Textbook
A bird of prey @Job 9:26; Mt 24:28.
Unclean @Le 11:13; De 14:12.
Different kinds of @Le 11:13,18; Eze 17:3.
Called the eagle of the heavens @La 4:19.
Strength of its feathers alluded to @Da 4:33.
Greatness of its wings alluded to @Eze 17:3,7.
Peculiarity of its flight alluded to @Pr 30:19.
Delights in the lofty cedars @Eze 17:3,4.
Dwells in the high rocks @Job 39:27,28.
Feeds her young with blood @Job 39:29,30.
Of wisdom and zeal of God's ministers. @Eze 1:10; Re 4:7.
Was the standard of the Roman armies @Mt 24:15,28.
Of great and powerful kings. @Eze 17:3; Ho 8:1.
(Renewed strength and beauty of,) of the renewal of saints. @Ps 103:5.
(Mode of teaching her young to fly,) of God's care of his church. @Ex 19:4; De 32:11.
(Wings of,) of protection afforded to the church. @Re 12:14.
(Upward flight of,) of the saint's rapid progress toward heaven. @Isa 40:31.
(Swiftness of,) of the melting away of riches. @Pr 23:5.
(Swiftness of,) of the swiftness of hostile armies. @De 28:49; Jer 4:13; 48:40; La 4:19.
(Height and security of its dwelling,) of the fancied but fatal security of the wicked. @Jer 49:16; Ob 1:4.
(Increase baldness of, in the moulting season,) of calamities. @Mic 1:16.
(Hasting to the prey,) of the swiftness of man's days. @Job 9:26.
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