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  • Yea, they will give thereof to the common harlots, and deck them as men with garments, [being] gods of silver, and gods of gold, and wood. (Baruch 6, 11)

  • Notwithstanding the gold that is about them to make them beautiful, except they wipe off the rust, they will not shine: for neither when they were molten did they feel it. (Baruch 6, 24)

  • For how can they be called gods? because women set meat before the gods of silver, gold, and wood. (Baruch 6, 30)

  • Their gods of wood, and which are overlaid with gold and silver, are like the stones that be hewn out of the mountain: they that worship them shall be confounded. (Baruch 6, 39)

  • For seeing they be but of wood, and overlaid with silver and gold, it shall be known hereafter that they are false: (Baruch 6, 50)

  • Whereupon when fire falleth upon the house of gods of wood, or laid over with gold or silver, their priests will flee away, and escape; but they themselves shall be burned asunder like beams. (Baruch 6, 55)

  • Neither are those gods of wood, and laid over with silver or gold, able to escape either from thieves or robbers. (Baruch 6, 57)

  • Whose gold, and silver, and garments wherewith they are clothed, they that are strong take, and go away withal: neither are they able to help themselves. (Baruch 6, 58)

  • For as a scarecrow in a garden of cucumbers keepeth nothing: so are their gods of wood, and laid over with silver and gold. (Baruch 6, 70)

  • And likewise their gods of wood, and laid over with silver and gold, are like to a white thorn in an orchard, that every bird sitteth upon; as also to a dead body, that is east into the dark. (Baruch 6, 71)

  • They shall cast their silver in the streets, and their gold shall be removed: their silver and their gold shall not be able to deliver them in the day of the wrath of the LORD: they shall not satisfy their souls, neither fill their bowels: because it is the stumblingblock of their iniquity. (Ezekiel 7, 19)

  • Thus wast thou decked with gold and silver; and thy raiment [was of] fine linen, and silk, and broidered work; thou didst eat fine flour, and honey, and oil: and thou wast exceeding beautiful, and thou didst prosper into a kingdom. (Ezekiel 16, 13)


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