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  • A swarm of bees found in the carcass of, by Samson
  • Attacks and destroys men
  • Attacks the sheepfolds
  • Canaan infested by
  • Conceals itself by day
  • Criminals often thrown to
  • Described as: Active.
  • Described as: Courageous.
  • Described as: Fearless even of man.
  • Described as: Fierce.
  • Described as: Majestic in movement.
  • Described as: Superior in strength.
  • Described as: Voracious.
  • Disobedient prophet slain by
  • God provides for
  • God`s power exhibited in restraining
  • Greatness of its teeth alluded to
  • Hunting of, alluded to
  • Illustrative: (Roaring of,) of a king`s wrath.
  • Illustrative: (Tamed,) of the natural man subdued by grace.
  • Illustrative: Of boldness of saints.
  • Illustrative: Of brave men.
  • Illustrative: Of Christ.
  • Illustrative: Of cruel and powerful enemies.
  • Illustrative: Of God in executing judgments.
  • Illustrative: Of God in protecting his church.
  • Illustrative: Of imaginary fears of the slothful.
  • Illustrative: Of Israel.
  • Illustrative: Of persecutors.
  • Illustrative: Of the devil.
  • Illustrative: Of the tribe of Gad.
  • Illustrative: Of the tribe of Judah.
  • Inhabits: Deserts.
  • Inhabits: Forests.
  • Inhabits: Mountains.
  • Inhabits: Thickets.
  • Lurks for its prey
  • Often carries its prey to its den
  • Often perishes for lack of food
  • Rends its prey
  • Roars when seeking prey
  • Slain by: Benaiah.
  • Slain by: David.
  • Slain by: Samson.
  • Universal terror caused by roaring of

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