LIGHT AND TRUTH.
Thus saith the Lord, the labor of Egypt and merchan¬
dize of Ethiopia. — (Isa. xlv. 14.)
Persia, Ethiopia, and Libya, with shields and helmets.
Eze. xxxviii. 5.)
Ethiopia and Egypt were her strength. — (Nah. iii. 9.)
The land of Ethiopia. — (Gen. ii. 13.)
The Ethiopians. — (2 Chron. ii. 16.)
Zerah, the Ethiopian, with an host of a thousand
thousand, and three hundred chariots. — (2 Chr. xiv. 9.)
Ethiopia—this man was born there.— (Ps. lxxxvii. 4.)
Ethiopia — their expectation. — (Isa. xx. 5.)
The river of Ethiopia.— (Isa. xviii. 1.)
Ethiopia—for thee. — (Isa. xliii. 3.)
The Ethiopian. — (Jer. xiii. 23.)
Ebedmelech, the Ethiopian eunuch, who took up Jer¬
emiah the prophet, out of the pit or dungeon. — (Jer.
The border of Ethiopia. — (Ezetf. xxix. 10.)
Ethiopia, Libya and Lydia, and all the mingled peo¬
ple.— (Eze. xxx. 5.)
Behold, a man of Ethiopia, an eunuch of great au¬
thority.— (Acts viii. 27.)
Herodotus, the great father of history, pronounces the
Ethiopians the most majestic and beautiful of men.
The Kenites, or Ethiopians, that came out of the city
of Hetnath, (1 Chron. ii. 55; Num. xxiv. 21,) were the
descendants of Hobab, Raguel or Jethro, the priest of
Midian, and the father of Heber the Kenite, and Zippo-
rah the Ethiopian woman, Moses' wife. The children of
the Kenites went up out of their city, with the children of
Judah, into the wilderness of Judah, and dwelt among
the people. —(Kxodus ii. 18, 21; iii. 1; 4; 18; Num x
18, 21 ; xii. 1; Judges iv. 11.)
THE DESCENDANTS OF EGYPT.
Ishmael. (Gen. xvi, 11.) The son of Abraham, by
Hagar. The wife of Ishmael was an Egyptian woman
for his mother took him a wife out of the land of Eo-ypt'
(Gen. xxi. 21.) The names of the sons of Ishmaelhave
been heretofore given.