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Psalm 137:2 (a) This figure is used to describe the discouragement of Israel and the disheartening experience which they went through while slaves in Babylon. No song was left in their hearts. They laid aside their harps.

Isaiah 22:24 (a) This figure is used to describe the work of GOD in placing on the Lord JESUS all the majesty, glory and honor which is due to Him. GOD ascribes power and beauty to His Son, and so do all of those who know and love JESUS CHRIST.

Matthew 22:40 (a) By this type the Lord is telling us that all of GOD's plans for men and His purposes depend upon the two great commandments which He mentions.

Hebrews 12:12 (a) Here we see a picture of the discouraged and defeated Christian who is called upon to look up to His Lord, and to take fresh courage.

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Watson, Walter. Entry for 'Hang(ed)'. Wilson's Dictoinary of Bible Types. 1957.

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