* an ox goad.
This implement, Mr. Maundrell informs us, in Palestine and
Syria is of an extraordinary size. He measured several, and
"found them about eight feet long; and at the bigger end about
six inches in circumference. They were armed at the lesser
end with a sharp prickle for driving the oxen; and at the
other end with a small paddle of iron, strong and massive, for
cleansing the plough from the clay. In the hand of a powerful
man such an instrument must be more dangerous and fatal than a
15:15 1Sa 13:19-22 17:47,50 1Co 1:17
"So part is called Israel."
4:1,3-24 10:7,17 11:4-33 1Sa 4:1
"It seems to concern only the country next to the