- War, man obeyed the beast,
and, came into the world, 1.6 to 8; 42.16; 44.14. nor will I, for the king, nor chief
ruler, nor for any man, nor for any land, nor house,
nor earthly things, 652.29; 424.17. whosoever
engageth in, or leadeth in, 767.18; 775.40. God's
judgment against, 806.13 to 15. such as engage in,
cannot rise while, remaineth on the earth, 807.22 to
- Warfare, God inquireth of
Jehovih concerning, 397.11 to 13. es'sean, as
mortals engage in corporeal, so angels engage in,
460, 461.3 to 7.
- Wark Belts of the earth and
sun, 222.6 to 223.11.
- Washa'wow'wow, the great
- Washington guarded day and
night by a thousand angels, 763.28; 761, 762.4, 5.
- Water Spouts, how caused,
- Weakness, what is my, that
I cannot overcome it? 2.3.
- Westward, 191.4; 484.4.
- Wheel, the meaning therof
was, 79.60; 610.10; 702.26.
- Wheel of Ormazd, 228, 229.3
to 8; 230, 231.1, 2. hung in country-places by the
- Whirlwind, the, made I as a
sign to man of the manner of my created worlds, 6.3;
- Wife, I am thy first, why
slewest thou me? Was not the world wide enough?
218.22. in seeking a, see to it that Om is her
transcendent virtue, otherwise she will be a thorn
in thy side (Abraham), 623.10.
- Winds, the cause of the,
chiefly, 585.32; 593.27,28.
- Wisdom, nor have I made,
possible unto any man or angel that knoweth not My
elements and the extremes of evil and good which I
created, 13.9, 10. is not Jehovih wise as the
universe and immutable? and to be in harmony with
Him, is this not the sum of all? 67.24. the evidence
of, lieth not in learning one thing only, but in the
adaptation of man to Jehovih and His words, 110.2.
mortals have said: It is good to be good, but it is
not practicable. It is wise to be wise, but, runneth
in a thousand roadways; every man for himself,
260.3; 310.9. cometh not suddenly; as darkness goeth
away, light cometh, 551.10. there is more, in the
song of a bird than in the speech of a philosopher,
560.6. to learn how to live, to rejoice and to do
good, and make thy neighbor rejoice also,-this is,
570.19. to find what will make men loving and good
toward one another, is not this the greatest
(Confucius), 624.26. is not all, to be proved within
each and every man? 559.38. think not that great,
cometh suddenly by dying, 795.19.
- Wisdom of Jehovih, 920.1.
- Wise, but the, bide their
time, and oft are fortified when others know it not,
- Within, this nation, this
government, and this people shall not be attacked in
the places ye build. It is, 855.19 to 22.
- Woman in Vind'yu had risen
in knowledge higher than the highest of women in
other parts of the world, 411.6; 252.8.
- Woman, how nearly a
righteous, dwelleth with the Creator! 359.12.
Pharaoh said to Moses: My son, with all thy wisdom
canst thou understand a? 514.45, 46; 791.32, 33. the
way (according to the Osiris Bible) in which woman
was made, 415.8.
- Woohootaughnee, the
ground of games and tournaments, on the eastward of
the lake (Salt Lake), 370.17.
- Word, a written, is not a,
but an image of an idea which hath been spoken,
126.1. not one hath found a failure in Thy, as it
speaketh to his own soul, 219.32. the Father's, from
this time forth shall dwell with mortals, 267.5 to
- Words, are not all, at best
but pictures and paintings of the spirit that
findeth them? 66.11. all, came from the Lord your
God, 67.17, 18;19.36;27.10. at best, are but slow
and course representations of the soul's conception
of things, 109.5. the first heavenly, given on
tablets and skins and cloth, and in books to mortals
save what, were given in secret to the tribes of
I'hins, 255.22; 317.23. spoken, are a breath of air;
they blow away. Written, lay in silence; they are
- World, the formation, life
and death of a corporeal, 7.13 to 20. I want no
higher life. This, is good enough for me, 656.105.
one, at a time is sufficient for me, 785.15 to 18.
- World's People, The, are
descended from Cain (Osiris Bible), 416.29.
- Worship, Han's idea of,
317.18, 19. to, the father and mother, 424.17;
425.15. it shall be guaranteed unto them to, in any
way their conscience may dictate, 746.41.
- Wotchak, a false god in
atmospherea, overthrown by Osire, 151 chap. iv.