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James Zebedee 139:3sec(1552;5), 141:7.13(1594;7), 143:3.5(1611;3), 144:1.4(1618;1), 167:0.3(1833;3), 167:4.4(1837;3), 174:1.1(1898;1), 191:0.5(2037;5),. See also apostles of Jesus
among 120 at Pentecost 194:1.2(2060;2)
asleep in Gethsemane 182:3.1-4(1968;2)
at Jesus' appearances 191:2sec(2040;2), 191:5sec(2042;5), 192:1-4secs) 193:0sec(2052;1), 193:3sec(2055;1), 193:5sec(2057;3)
at transfiguration 158:0.2(1752;2), 158:2.5(1754;5)
attitude
bid fire devour insolent Samaritans 139:3.5(1553;1), 139:4.8(1555;1), 162:0.2(1788;2), 181:2.4(1955;5)
opposed proclaiming Jesus king 152:2.5(1700;6)
perplexed by entry into Jerusalem 172:5.4(1884;3)
son of thunder 139:3.1,5(1552;5), 181:2.4(1955;5)
spells of unaccountable silence 139:3.3(1552;7)
vehement when indignation aroused 139:3.2(1552;6)
well-balanced thinker, planner; never in a hurry 139:3.7(1553;3)
baptized by John in A.D. 25 135:8.1(1503;4)
became apostle 137:1.5-8(1525;2)
brother John married widow of 139:4.12(1555;5)
fishing partner of Andrew, Peter, and John 139:1.1(1548;5), 139:3.1(1552;5)
good public preacher 139:3.2(1552;6), 141:3.2(1589;3)
Herod feared most 139:3.8(1553;4)
influence in school for evangelists 148:1.1-2(1657;6), 149:0.2(1668;2)
Jesus' admonitions to 140:8.1(1579;3), 174:0.2(1897;2), 181:2.15(1958;2), 192:2.8(2048;4)
Jesus asked to be less impatient 192:2.8(2048;4)
married; 4 children; from Capernaum; 30 in A.D. 26 139:3.1(1552;5)
painful digestive disturbance 154:2.4(1718;5)
personal companion of Jesus 138:10.3(1547;3), 139:4.3(1554;1)
put to death by Herod Agrippa 77:8.12(865;5), 139:3.8(1553;4)
questions of 141:5.1(1591;3), 144:3.1(1619;5), 159:5.1(1769;3)
related how Jesus forbade swordsmen 183:4.2(1975;5)
Salome asked preference for 139:3.8(1553;4), 171:0.4-7(1867;4), 181:2.15(1958;2)
searched 40 days for Jesus 136:3.7(1514;1)
selected James Alpheus 138:2.6(1539;9)
understood Jesus' teaching best 129:1.11(1421;1), 139:3.4(1552;8)
Jamnia 134:7.4(1492;4)
Jansad
son of Eveson, successor to Adam 76:3.3(849;6)
Japan 60:3.6(689;5)
Andite migration to 78:5.6(873;2)
Asoka established Buddhism in 94:9.1(1037;4), 94:11.1(1038;8)
hovering over precipice of watery grave 58:5.8(669;1)
Japanese driven off Chinese mainland in 12,000 B.C. 79:6.3(884;6)
library at Alexandria contained manuscripts from 130:3.4(1432;4)
Salem missionaries in 93:7.2(1021;6)
Shinto revered in 92:6.4(1011;2)
Japhia 149:0.1(1668;1)
Jaram the Hittite
Melchizedek sent J. to invite Abraham, Nahor to Salem 93:5.5(1019;2)
Java
Andonic migration to 64:1.5(718;7)
Asoka established Buddhism in 94:9.1(1037;4)
land bridge connected J. to Asia 64:1.6(719;1)
Java man
bones recently found; Andonite 64:1.6(719;1)
jealousy. See also envy
can turn love into hate 177:4.11(1926;4)
God jealous for man, not of man 4:3.1(57;6)
mental poison; interferes with spiritual progress 110:1.5(1204;3)
among primitives, older spouses delighted by new wives 83:5.9(926;7)
Primates jealous of Andon's tree house 63:2.1(712;1)
sexual j. not innate 82:4.4(917;7)
when attacked by j., rest in citadel of spirit 100:2.7(1096;4)
Jebus
city of Salem, later Jerusalem 93:2.4(1015;4), 97:9.11,17(1073;1)
King David married 6 women of J.; established capital at 97:9.10-11(1072;8)
strong-walled city between Judah and Israel 97:9.11(1073;1)
Jebusites
non-Hebrew Palestinians; joined David's new kingdom 97:9.7(1072;5)
Jehoash
father of Jeroboam; delivered Israel from its enemies 97:9.20(1074;2)
Jehonadab
gypsy chieftain who helped Jehu destroy Samaritan prophets of Baal 97:9.19(1074;1)
Jehovah
completed concept of Yahweh; term first used in A.D. 1500 96:1.10(1053;8)
spirit demon of Horeb 94:12.1(1040;5)
Jehu 124:6.3(1374;3)
landlord; joined forces with Jehonadab to destroy Samaritan prophets of Baal 97:9.19(1074;1)
jellyfish 59:2.11(676;2), 65:2.5(732;3)
Jephthah
offered daughter as human sacrifice 89:6.3(980;8)
Jeramy
Greek Jewish proselyte of Nicopolis 133:2.5(1471;4)
Jeremiah
asserted Yahweh was God of all nations 97:6.2(1067;5)
counseled surrendering Jerusalem to Nebuchadnezzar 97:6.4(1067;7)
fearless prophet 97:6sec(1067;4)
Jesus quoted 130:8.2(1440;2), 145:2.5(1630;1), 149:6.12(1677;1), 153:2.2(1709;3), 165:4.8(1822;3)
proclaimed downfall of Jerusalem 97:9.22(1074;4)
proclaimed era of inner righteousness 97:8.3(1071;1)
said human heart is deceitful 143:2.5(1609;6)
sunk in mire of filthy dungeon 153:2.3(1710;1)
told Jews of their impending doom 97:9.25(1075;1)
told of law written in men's hearts 121:7.5(1340;3)
Jericho 124:6.7(1375;1), 125:3.2(1381;2), 127:3.6(1399;5), 128:3.2(1411;2), 147:6.2(1654;1)
ancient ford over which Joshua passed 135:6.1(1501;4)
human sacrifices in building walls 89:6.6(981;3)
Jesus blessed little children at 167:5.2(1838;3), 167:6.1-3(1839;6)
Judas deposited funds in 147:2.1(1648;3)
Judas lived in 138:2.9(1540;2), 139:12.1(1565;9)
legend of Joshua and walls of 172:1.3(1879;1)
ministry to sick in 141:8sec(1595;2)
restoration of sight to Bartimeus at 171:5sec(1873;1)
story of good Samaritan at 164:1sec(1809;3)
Zaccheus from 171:6sec(1873;4)
Jeroboam
son of Jehoash; delivered Israel from its enemies 97:9.20(1074;2)
Jerusalem Paper 147 (1647;1),) 124:6sec(1374;1), 129:2.6(1422;3), 134:7.5(1492;5), 134:9.2(1494;5), 140:7.2(1578;3), 141:9sec(1595;5), 152:7sec(1706;2),. See also Jerusalem temple
apostles connected destruction of J. with appearance of New Jerusalem 176:1.6(1913;5)
besieged in times of Jeremiah 97:6.4(1067;7)
city of Father's house 171:4.7(1872;4)
cradle of early gospel movement 176:1.3(1913;2)
dangers of Jesus' visit to 162:1sec(1788;5)
description 162:4sec(1793;5)
feast of dedication at 164:2sec(1810;3)
invested by Titus in A.D. 70; destroyed by Roman armies 121:8.7(1342;2), 170:2.21(1861;5), 176:4.2(1918;5), 187:1.5(2005;3)
Isaiah said J. would never fall; Jeremiah proclaimed J. 's downfall 97:9.22(1074;4)
Jesus foretold destruction of J. 172:3.10(1882;3), 176:0.1(1912;1), 176:1sec(1912;3), 176:2.6(1915;3), 178:3.3-4(1934;5), 187:1.5-7(2005;3)
Jesus' 19th appearance in 193:3sec(2055;1), 193:5sec(2057;3)
Jesus' Passover at Papers 125, 142)
millions of dispersed Jews attended religious feasts 121:6.9(1339;5), 162:4.1(1793;5), 185:1.5(1988;4), 188:3.1(2014;4)
Paul's vision of the heavenly J. 47:10.3(539;5)
persecution scattered early believers from 143:6.6(1616;2)
previously known as Jebus; Salem 93:2.4(1015;4), 97:9.11(1073;1)
prophets perish in 171:4.7(1872;4)
situation in week before crucifixion 175:4sec(1910;3)
temple of Baal alongside temple of Yahweh 97:9.21(1074;3)
Jerusalem temple 125:1.5(1379;1), 150:1.3(1679;2), 172:4sec(1883;3),. See also Jerusalem; Jerusalem temple guards; Judaism; money-changers; Sanhedrin
animal sacrifice 125:1.1,4(1378;3), 125:2.1,3(1379;2), 125:5.5(1382;7), 173:1.1-2(1888;4)
desecrated by traffic in animals, money-changers 173:1sec(1888;4)
extensive banking system 173:1.3-4(1889;1)
Father's house 125:1.1(1378;3), 125:6.7(1384;3), 171:4.7(1872;4)
gentile proselytes were baptized into fellowship of outer court 135:6.4(1502;2)
half shekel tax for 126:5.5-6(1393;2), 157:1.1,3(1743;3), 173:1.3(1889;1)
house of prayer for all nations; den of robbers 173:1.7(1890;2)
Jesus
accused of desiring to destroy temple 184:3.7(1982;8), 184:5.4(1985;5)
aversion to politically appointed priesthood and commerce in 125:1.1(1378;3), 125:5.6(1382;8), 126:0.3(1386;3), 127:6.5(1404;4)
cleansing of temple 141:3.6(1590;1), 173:1sec(1888;4), 173:2.1(1891;2)
disillusioned and sickened by irreverence of 125:0.3-4(1377;3), 125:1sec(1378;3), 173:1sec(1888;4)
first visit Paper 125 (1377;1),) 124:6.10,14(1375;4)
foretold destruction of 172:3.10(1882;3), 176:0.1(1912;1), 176:1sec(1912;3)
found teachers' discussions puerile, insignificant 127:3.5(1399;4)
last discourse in Paper 175 (1905;1),)
presentation as baby in 122:9sec(1352;4)
questions in 125:5.2-7(1382;4)
shocked Mary was restricted to women's gallery 125:0.4(1377;4)
spent 2 months observing temple in A.D. 22 129:2.6-7(1422;3)
taught in Solomon's Porch 162:1.9(1790;1), 162:7.1(1796;3), 164:5sec(1815;2)
teaching in 142:1sec(1596;3), 162:2sec(1790;4)
thought priests performed duties perfunctorily 127:3.3(1399;2)
Tuesday morning in Paper 174 (1897;1),)
Jewish hearts centered on 121:6.8-9(1339;4)
Levites officiated services in 164:4.2-4(1813;5)
Peter paid tax collector of 157:1sec(1743;3)
physical description 125:0.4-5(1377;4), 125:1sec(1378;3), 172:4sec(1883;3)
brilliantly illuminated by candelabras, torches 162:4.2(1794;1), 162:5.1(1794;4)
emblem of grape and vine decorated entrance to 180:2.3(1946;1)
places in Jerusalem temple
beautiful gate 162:4.3(1794;2)
chamber of hewn stone 173:1.5(1889;3), 184:3.2(1982;3), 186:1.1(1997;4)
court of gentiles 121:2.5(1333;7)
court of Israel 162:4.3(1794;2)
court of priests beneath rock ledge 125:1.4(1378;6), 162:4.4(1794;3)
court of women 125:0.4(1377;4), 135:2.1(1497;3), 150:1.3(1679;2), 162:4.2-3(1794;1)
holy of holies 125:2.5(1379;6), 125:5.3(1382;5), 135:1.2(1496;7)
Nazarite corner of women's court 135:2.1(1497;3)
Solomon's Porch 162:1.9(1790;1), 162:7.1(1796;3), 164:5sec(1815;2)
secret of Judaism's survival was centralization of worship at 121:2.6(1333;8)
treasury might hold 10 million dollars 173:1.4(1889;2)

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