King James Bible

King James Version (KJV)

King James Bible KJV


The attitude generally assumed in Palestine by those who were "engaged in any kind of work. "The carpenter saws, planes, and" "hews with his hand-adze, sitting on the ground or upon the plank" "he is planning. The washerwoman sits by the tub; and, in a word," no one stands when it is possible to sit. Shopkeepers always "sit, and Levi sitting at the receipt of custom (Matt. 9:9) is" "the exact way to state the case.", Thomson, Land and Book."

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