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Salt


1. Characterised as good and useful. Mr 9:50.

2. Used For

a. Seasoning food. Job 6:6.

b. Seasoning sacrifices. Le 2:13; Eze 43:24.

c. Ratifying covenants. Nu 18:19; 2Ch 13:5.

d. Strengthening new-born infants. Eze 16:4.

3. Partaking of another’s a bond of friendship. Ezr 4:14.

4. Lost its savour when exposed to the air. Mt 5:13; Mr 9:50.

5. Often found

a. In pits. Jos 11:8; Zep 2:9.

b. In springs. Jas 3:12.

c. Near the Dead Sea. Nu 34:12; De 3:17.

6. Places where it abounded barren and unfruitful. Jer 17:6; Eze 47:11.

7. The valley of, celebrated for victories. 2Sa 8:13; 2Ki 14:7; 1Ch 18:12.

8. Miracles connected with

a. Lot’s wife turned into a pillar of. Ge 19:26.

b. Elisha healed the bad water with. 1Ki 2:21.

9. Places sown with, to denote perpetual desolation. Jdj 9:45.

10. Liberally afforded to the Jews after the captivity. Ezr 6:9; 7:22.

11. Illustrative

a. Of saints. Mt 5:13.

b. Of grace in the heart. Mr 9:50.

c. Of wisdom in speech. Col 4:6.

d. (Without savour,) of graceless professors. Mt 5:13; Mr 9:50.

e. (Pits of,) of desolation. Zep 2:9.

f. (Salted with fire,) of preparation of the wicked for destruction. Mr 9:49.