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524 i Ch I2 W 29" 2 Ch 16 9 19 9 25 s ; 6-13 pure in heart •^■24; '7 *3| V' 73 1 . We may add 2K22 19 =2Ch 3 4= 7 ,Ne9 s Je32 40 . b. it is the seat of naughtiness 1 S 1 7 s8 (?), erring yjr 95 10 ; is froward yff 101 4 . c. seat of pride, ifr 101 5 Is 9 8 10", 60 s (?) Ez 2 8 5 - 6( " Dn 8 s5 ; 6 DT lusart is lifted up Dt 8" 17 20 Ez 31'° Dn 11". d. is circumcised Dt io 16 30 6 Je4 4 , or uncircumcised Lv 26 41 (H) ; is hardened '7 }>BK Dt 2 30 15 7 2Ch 3 6 13 ; '7 133 iS6 6 (?); 4 TV?T f 95 s .

. = the man himself (meaning characteristic of 

«???) '?3 ION *ay in the heart (to oneself) Dt 7 17 8 17 9 4 18 2 ' i/M 5 Isi4 3 47 8 49 21 Je5 34 13 22 Zp i 12 2"; 3377 Ho f (?); *>3 n3T f 15 2 ; ^3 1313 Jb I s ; ^3 Ti3Dn Dt 29 18 ; D333b W fe< your heart (you yourselves) Kw ^2 2 27 69 33 (cf. 119 175 ). . spec, as the seat of the appetites (for which usually G?B3) '7 nj?D stoy <A« Aeari (with food) ^104" Jui9 8 (?); 1»jl 3D') i/ta* thine heart may be merry (with wine) Ju 19 9 (?); £! '7 nefe^ «nne gladdens the heart ty 104 15 . 9. spec, of seat of the emotions and passions (for which usually C2>B3) : a. of joy Is 30 29 Je 15 16 Ez 36 s , gladness Dt 28 47 , desire Pr 6 a (?) ; 1ST ? ?y speak into the heart (comfortably) 2 Ch 32" (elsewhere 3.b). b. of trouble 1 K 8 s9 ty 25 17 73 21 ; weakness, faintness Lv 26 36 (H) Dt 20 3 - 18 2 Ch 13 7 Is i 5 7 4 Je 51", grief Dt 15 10 1 S i 8 , sorrow V' 13 3 , fear Dt 28", dismay Is 2 1 4 , astonishment Dt 28 s8 , anger 19 6 , hate Lv 19 18 (H) ; *> Dtt* the heart melteth Dt 20 8 Jos2 n 5 1 f (all D) Is 13 7 19 1 ; '7 Dm Dt i 28 (so rd. prob. also Jos 14 8 , where 3? error). 10. seat of courage (for which usually nr>), il"l3 1JP 133p1 stir up his power and his courage Dn n 25 ; E333? J*!9t<2 let your heart take courage

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Zlb n.m. PrBI5 (tf. Pr^ 35 , fr. influence ,699 v ' of B'BJ v. De Now) inner man, mind, will, heart, abs. and cstr. 35 Gn8 21 + 239 t.; ~3J> Ex I5 8 + 15 *•; sf."?!' Gn 2 4 45 + 102 t.; *$ Ex 9 14 + 28t.; 1^> Jui 9 6 +25t.; l»j> Is 4 7 7 + 7t.; tab Gn 6' + 93 t.; aab Ju i 9 3 + 7 t.; OJP Is 41 22 + 5 t.; t533bGn8 5 +2t.; CClj" Gn 42 s8 + 56 t.; jsb Ex 35 M ; fnsjj Ez i 3 17 ; pi. niab ^7>» p r 15" + 3t. Pr.; sf. bn"3bls44>» ; Dni3i> ,/, 125 4 .— inner part, midst : I. seldom of things, D'~3J>3 in the midst of the sea Ex 15 8 Pr 23 s4 30 19 ; 3?3 D'b: V' 46 s Ez 2 7 4 - 26 - 26 - 27 2 8 2 - 8 nbxn 3b 2 S 18 14 '; < 3)N 3?3 in the midst of the enemies of ^45 2 (v. Br Mp to io °° ; AV EV al. in the heart of). II. elsewhere of men : tl. tine inner man in con- trast with outer 133"V n'E>31 '37 my heart and my flesh cry out ^84 3 ; || Q'yn ^22" Je4 19 , the inner for outer D'JJD Je 49 s2 ; as within the breast 37 7J) Ex 2 8 3 - 29 - 3( '- 30 (P); 370 2 K 9 24 ; 373 *37 1S 2 S 18 14 ; Q3^-iiJD Ho 1 3 s ; antithesis with "to Pr 14 30 Ec 2 3 ; head Is i 5 , face Ez I4 1 - 4 - 7 ; arm Ct8 6 ; handsEz22 14 ; bone8^io2 5 ; eyesiK9 3 ( = 2Ch7 16 ) Je22 17 ; earPr22 17 23 12 ; mouthy S5 22 ; lips Is29 13 ; "ij/ 'aS nj'tf* '3N / s ?ep< 6m* my Aeari waked Ct 5 2 . 2. <Ae inner man, indef., soul, comprehending mind, affections and will, with occasional emphasis of one or the other by means of certain verbs : 1 37 733 iK8 a ( = 2Ch6 14 ) ^ 9 2 h 9 mmumm* I3 gi p r3 5 Je 3 10 24 7 ; t37 DJ? 2 Ch 24 4 (see 337 2); t373 2 S 7 21 (= 1 Ch 1 7 19 ) Je 3 15 ; 3.b ntobj|n secrets of the heart ^44 22 ; "IjMl pK D'3^D 3& </t« A^ri of kings is unsearchable Pr 25 4 ; D3p "1HJ "lX*n V' 33 15 etc. 3. specific reference to mind: a. t3.?t? of one's own mind Nu 16 28 24 13 (JE) 1 K 1 2 53 Ne 6 8 Ez 1 3 217 ; + 3.S Ipn destitute of mind p r6 32 ^ 9 4.16 , 13.21 jjlS I2 11 Ig !l I? 18 ^W. DPI 13> Ec io 3 ; 3.S f'N Je 5 21 Ho 7"; pM 3^ Pr 17 16 ; 37 rup ^e< a nw'nd Pr 15 s2 19 8 ; 37 nb power of mind Jb 36 s ; 3P 3nT breadth of mind 1 K 5 9 , 37 333 2 S 15 6 Gn 3i 20 (E ? see 337 3 a). b. knowledge, c. tST Dt 29 s Pr 14 10 22 17 Ec i 17 7 22ffi 8 618 Je 24 7 ; ntO ^66" Ec i 16 ; 37 D3n witncZ is iCTse Pr 23 I5 ; + D3n 3? wise mind 1K3" Prie 23 Ec8 5 ; f3.b D3.n Ex 3 i« 35 10 36 128 (P) Pr io 8 1 1 29 16 21 ; t3^ 'D3n Ex 28 3 (P) Jb 37 s4 ; t37 riD3n EX35 28 - 35 (P);' D'D3n 37 Ec 7 4 io 2 ; D'7'D3 37 Pr 12 23 15 7 Ec 7 4 io 2 ; c. nD3n Ex 3 6 2 (P) 1 K io 24 (= 2 Ch 9 13 ) Pr 2 10 17 16 Ec 2 3 ; ffi33 37 intelligent mind Pr i4 33 i5 14 i8 15 ; with P3H Pr8 5 ; H313TI p r 2 2 ; % Jbi7 4 etc. c. thinking, reflection, c. 355*11 V' 140 3 Pr 16 9 ; ni3B»no Gn 6 5 (J) ^33" Pr 6 18 i 9 21 cf. Gn8 2, (J); H3H »»m*«, s««Jy Pr 15 28 24 s Is 33 18 59 13 ; [V3n ^ 19 15 ; D«n ^, 4 9 4 ; f3 ? q'b> w < ||g wiwrf, con- sider Is 41 22 Ez 44 s , c. *? 1 S 9 20 2 S 13 20 Ez 40 4 44'; 7N Ex 9 21 (J) 1 S 24 16 2 S 1 8 ls Jb 2 3 34"; 75? Jbi 8 ; t37 DB> V62 10 Pr22 17 24 s2 , c. 5» Ex 7 s3 (JE) 1S4 20 ^ 4 8 14 Pr27° Je 3 i 21 , 7K Jb 7 17 . d. memory t37 7X S't^n caK to mind Is 44 19 La 3 21 ; 37 7V Is 46 s ; t37 7V H75? com«  into mW (occur to one) Is 6^ n Je 3 16 7 31