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CHRIST BLESSING LITTLE CHILDREN.














PICTURE PUZZLES


HOW TO READ THE BIBLE BY SYMBOLS


DESIGNED ESPECIALLY FOR THE BOYS AND GIRLS
TO STIMULATE A GREATER INTEREST IN
THE HOLY BIBLE


ILLUSTRATED


FRANK BEARD AND OTHERS


COLLECTED. COMPILED AND ARRANGED BY THE PUBLISHERS


J. L. NICHOLS & CO.
NAPERVILLE, ILL.


TORONTO, ONT.


ATLANTA, GA.






















Entered, according to Act of Congress, in the year 1899,
By J. L. NICHOLS & CO.,
In the Office of the Librarian of Congress, at Washington, D. C.
Sold only on subscription, and not to be had in bookstores. Any one
desiring a copy should address the Publishers.
This book, including illustrations, is protected by copyright,
and any infringement will be prosecuted to
the fullest extent of the law.


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PREFACE.


T HE plan of Picture Puzzles is ideal; many of the great golden
truths-the cornerstones of Christianity-from both the
Old and New Testaments, are put in beautiful pictures, hence
the eye assists the mind to indelibly impress them upon the heart.
Every book that will help to impress upon the memories of the
young the truths of the best book, ought to be prized by all; and
we believe that turning over the pages of this volume will lead
many of the youth and middle age to treasure up in their hearts
many a precious Bible text.
The young of our day know less about the Bible than did their
forefathers. Many, even graduates from our high schools and acad-
emies, are unable to say whether Jude is found in the Old or New
Testament. These striking passages and beautiful parables, put in
the fascinating garb of 'artistic picture puzzles, will constrain the
youth to solve them, and hence he must consult the Bible and
unconsciously become familiar with many beautiful passages and at
the same time learn where to find any book of the Bible.
This little book, it is hoped, will stimulate our young friends to
read and love the best of all books-the Bible. The best children in
the world have been those who have loved this book more than any
other; and some of the best men and women who have ever lived
were those who, when they were quite young and not able to speak
plainly, used to talk about it by day, and think, and even dream, of
it by night. Little children who can read, know how joyful a thing













it is when they are at school, to receive a kind letter, all full of love
from home. Now, the Bible is a dear, kind letter which God has
written to His children, telling them all about their home, about
Himself, and about the sweet peace that is in store for them when
their schooldays on earth are over, and they have gone to their
eternal home, never to leave it again. Ought not the Bible, then, to
be very dear to all young hearts, because it was written to make
them bright, and glad, and good ?
In the hope that, by God's blessing, PICTURE PUZZLES will
stimulate young and old to "search the Scripture," and that it will
find its way into many a home where the Sacred Volume is forgotten
and be the means of creating a great desire to know the WORD, this
little volume is sent forth on its mission.
PUBLISHERS.





















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PICTURE PUZZLES
How to Read the Bible by Symbols


also shall
The dwell and

with the





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the :. lie down and
with the







and the
the and
young



the failing together,




and a little shall lead them,




JSAIAT Xi. 6.

















PICTURE PUZZLES, OR HOW TO'


Consider the


for they neither


which neither have


and God feedeth them: how much more are ye better


LUKE.:xi. 24.


than 'the


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READ THE BIBLE BY SYMBOLS.
I wili take no



out



thy








nor ..
of










upon a thousand hills.








PSALM L. 910.
-and the


upon a thousand hills.
PSALM L. 9-10.



7














PICTURE PVWLE2 OR,

The


s have

no


jyet go they forth


all of them by bands, The


taketh

hold

with her


and is in











READ THE BIBLE BY SYMBOLS
Be ye not as the


or
as the


which have no understanding: whose


must be held in with


lest they come near unto thee.


PSAM xxxii 9.
A



















hath
And my
7 found

.. as a



the riches of the people; and as one gathereth

I __._-L~- __
That are

left, have

I gathered

all the



and there was none that moved the




or

opened

the




or peeped.
ISAIAH x. 14.
















READ THE BIBLE BY SYMBOLS.
And now also the is laid unto the















not










forth good








and
ii ", -LuRe iil 9
theA























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14
IUE iiS















PICTURE PUZZLES, OR HOW TO
They shall beat their


and their


shall not lift up


against.

nation,

neither

shall they

learn


any more


IsAL&u ii. 4.















Y SYMBOLS

.-^


shall come to


shall

clothe

a


PROV. xxiii. 21.













PICTURE PUZZLES, OR HOW TO


Behold

I send

you

forth as


be ye

there,

fore

wise

as


and harmless as


Mar. x. 16


in the

mids,

of














READ THE BIBLE BY SYMBOLS.
Even them will I bring to my holy





and make

them joyful

m my -









their and thezi










shall be A

accepted

upon mine


for mine house shall be called a house of prayer for all people.
ISAIAB Ivi

















PICTURE PUZZLES, OR HOW TO

The trees of the Lord are full of sap; the


which he hath planted; where the


make

their


the


fir-trees

her house.


The hh hills are a refuse for the wild oats; and the

The high hills are a refuge for the wild goats; and the


for the


16


as for the


c:'s~
,,


'A,,


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Keep my










and live; and my law as the


of thine


write


them' upon


of

thine
'"i ~.: -<.


PRov. vii. 2, 8.


Bind


them. upon

thy
















Although the


neither shall fruit be in the


the
labour
of the


shall fail, and the


I. ,


shall
yield no
-meat; the ,


shall be cut off from the


and there
shall be no


._;-. --


in the stalls: yet will I rejoice in the Lord, I will joy ih the God of my salvation.
1_H HAuBAKKUK ii. 1 1 8.













READ THE BIBLE BY SYMBOLS


lifted up his 07


and looked, and behold behind him


caught n a


by his and Abraham



went and took the ram, and offered him up for a

-a A zy i00


in the
stead of
his


GENESIS xxii. 13.
















PICTURE PUZZLES, OR HOW TO


of God,

Having

on the


of righteousness. '

S Above all,

taking the



of faith, wherewith ye shall be able to quench


of the wicked.


And take the


of salvation


and the


of the Spirit, which is the word of God.
EPHESIANS. vi. 11, 14, 16, 17.


Put on

the

whole


all the fiery

































S and
READ THE BIBLE BY SYMBOLS.

















Thewed







broken cisterns, that can hold













JERElIAH ii 13.




21

21















PICTURE PUZZLES. OR HOW TO




Sin the




heaven knoweth her appointed times; and the


observe the time of their coming; but


know

not the

judgment

of


JEREMIAH viii. 7.
















READ THE BIBLE BY SYMBOLS

We&xemember the


in Egypt

freely;

the


which we did eat


and the


and the


3


and the


and the


NUMBMAS Xi. 5.


i
..





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PICTURE PUZZLES, OR HOW TO


in summer

and as


S so


honour is not seemly for a fool.


by wandering,

as the


by flying, so the curse causeless shall not come. A


, and a


for the fool's back.


As the


for the


,a


PROVERBS XXVI.













READ THE BIBLE BY


that

mocketh

at his


. and depiseth to obey his


shall

pluck it

out, and

the


shall eat it.


js i R" 1














PICTURE PUZZLES, OR HOW TO


And


also

shall

come,

up in .

her = ___














in the fortresses thereof; and it shall be an habitation of





and a

court for




IsAIAH xxXiv. 18. I















READ THE BIBLE BY SYMBOLS.
Their land also is full of
fflr? -. A 4b-- 61%


neither is there any end of their treasures; their land is also full of

neither fP
is there \

any
end of
their


Their land

also is

full of


that which

their

own



have made.


they worship

the work

of their

own


ISAIAs i. 7, 8.











OR HOW


worketh In the


he is hungry, and his


with the


and fashioneth it

and worketh % -

it with the -i,.i: yea

strength of his


strength faileth: he drinketh no water, and is faint.


stretcheth

out

his


he

market

it out

with a


and he

fitteth market
maketh
it it out
it after
with ithe with
the the
according to the beauty of a man; that it may remain





















But the -. and the






shall possess it; the


also and the


shall dwell in it: and He shall stretch out upon it
the of confusion,


and the


of emptiness.


ISAIAH xxxiv. 11.
















PICTURE PUZZLES, OR HOW TO


the best robe, and put it on him, and


put a on his


And bring

hither

the

fatted


it; and let us eat, and be merry.


LUKE xv. 22, 23.














READ THE BIBLE BY SYMBOLS.


Gavest thou the goodly


s unto

the


or wings and


1~


? which leavtch her


and warmeth

them in the

dust, and for-

getteth that the


may crush them, or that


unto the















PICTURE PUZZLES, OR HOW TO
Woe unto them that rise up early in the morning, that they may follow strong
drink; that continue until night, till wine inflame them i


the "


, and


are in their
L^r"-


but they regard not the work of the


.--B f.4'

-' 7 z


neither
consider
the
operations
of his












, and the shall bring forth


--








abundantly, which shall go up and come into thine


and into

thy





and upon I and
thy a into
r T '. th
the



and upon thy i!

people, and

.. 5 into thine


and into thy












PICTURE PUZZLES, OR HOW TO
Who hath measured the







Sin the hollow of his


and meted

out heaven

with the


I,


in a


and the


/k


and compre-

hended the

dust of the


and

weighed

the


ISAIAH xl. 12. -












READ THE BIBLE BY SYMBOLS.

These are the beasts which ye shall eat, the





and
the
the



the





and and

the thethe


and the
--


and and

the the


and the










DEUTERONOMY Xi.V4, 5.


gj"











PICTURE PUZZLES, OR HOW TO
But these are they of which ye shall not eat, the




and and

the the


after his kind, and every



after
and O
his kind
.- the -
and the


after his kind,




and hand

the the


and the


after her

kind

-E~P and the












READ THE BIBLE BY SYMBOLS


Thus .ij- said unto let

hath me, Go him

the set a declare

what he seeth. And he saw a



with

a




and



and he hearkened diligently with much heed:


My Lord I in
he
cried : stand continu- the
ally upon the day-

time, and I am set in my ward whole




s



ISAIAH xxi 6, 7,8.




37













PICTURE PUZZLES, OR HOW
In those days saw I in


) i r; I


on the Sabbath,

and

bringing in


as
and
also and
lading es, 6 -
d all manner of burdens, whih they brought nte,

and all manner of burdens, which they brought into


and I testified against them


c'


in the day wherein they sold victuals. There dwelt

of Tyre also

therein, which

brought


and all manner of ware, and sold on the


Sabbath

unto the


of Judah, and

in Jerusalem:

NEHEMIAH xiii. 15,


Judah

some

treading













READ THE BIBLE BY SYMBOLS.
And he spake of


that is in Lebanon even to the hyssop, that springeth


out of the "' he spake also of
.outof he,


and of

fishes. And there came of all people to hear the wisdom of




of the


and of


Solomon, from all

















hath
Yea, and
s found
the an the











for herself, where she may lay her young, even thine







MIS, O









my my


P A ,M lxxxiv. 3.














[They] Brought








&& &
























for David & the people that were with him, to eat: for they sad The people
H & &








'Al

















and weary, and in
is in














Now there ls--t


by the


"I )


'Bethesda, having


In these lay a


waiting forthe ,

I moving of the

-went down. at

a certaul season

into the


and troubled the water.


of


For an


'whwlhis callect i the


JoHN v. 2, 3,













READ THE BIBLE BY SYMBOLS.


Thus sath the


of hosts; There shall


in the


and

every


for very age.


of the


shall be full of


in the streets thereof.


ZSCHARIUA viii. 4, 5.


in his


s of













PICTURE PUZZLES, OR HOW TO
And Solomon had forty


",


*- c~a


for


and twelve thousand


Solomon, and for all that came unto king Solomon's

every man in


his month: they

lacked nothing.

also and straw for the horses and


brought they unto the place
where the officers were, every
man according to his charge.
1 KINGs iv. 26.













READ THE BIBLE BY SYMBOLS.


also unto the


s and to the


and oil unto them of Zidon, and to them of Tyre, to bring


from

Lebanon

to the


of Joppa, according to the grant that they


had of Cyrus


of Persia.


They gave


EZRA iii 7























shall feed;


shall


lie down together: and the


like the


shall play on

the hole of the


S


shall put his


on the


their


IsAIAH xi. 7, 8.
















Be ye ashamed, 0 ye


S h. bowl, 0 ye



and
for for

the the





of is perished.

the 2/. The


Is.dried up, and the

languisheth;

the




tree, an heg
:ree, also, and the even all the-, the

the


.are withered:

because joy.

is withered away

S from the T 1 1-













PICTURE PUZZLES, OR HOW TO

And a K

unto Asaph the
keeper of the king's


that he may giye me



to make beams for the


of the


which apper-


tamed to the house, and for the
All -- '.'*


of the


and for the house that I shall enter into.


And granted me according

the to the good


of my God upon me. NEREMIAH ii. &














READ THE BIBLE BY SYMBOLS.
Thou madest him to have dominion over the works of thy


thou hast put all

things under his


and the beasts of the


; The


of the air, and the


of the


PSALMS viii 6-8.


All


yea,


1~5!~-- J =L
I~Vs L1-











PICTURE PUZZLES, OR HOW TO
And that which they have need of, both








for the


of the
GOD
of
heaven,


and


according to the appointment of the


which


are


'EZRA vi. 9.


. -il- & I














BIBLE BY SYMBOLS.

Thus saith the


As the


taketh out of the mouth of the


or a


so shall the.


of Israel be taken that dwell in Samaria in the corner of a


and in

Damascus

in a













PICTURE PUZZLES, OR HOW TO

Then fearing lest we should have fallen upon



out
"., they ,
of
cast
t 'the



and wished for the day were about to flee

And as the out of the


when they l

had

let down
.h .- "" .....





as though

t they would
the ,h
have cast

out of the foreship. Then the


and let her fall off.














READ THE BIBLE BY SYMBOLS.


showed


And the


us no little


for they

kindled

a


and received us every one, because of the. present


and

because

of the


And when Paul had
gathered


and laid them on the fire,
there came a


out of the heat.

and fastened on his


AcTR.xxviii. 2, 3.















PICTURE PUZZLES, OR HOW TO


is rotten under their


are laid

desolate,

the


are broken down for the


is withered.

How do the


groan! the


are perplexed,


because


they have no


yea, the flocks of


are made desolate.


JOEL L 17. 18.


.di


,*

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READ THE BIBLE BY SYMBOLS.
I C Z? -


those that had been carried away, which were come out of the captivity, offered


unto the


GOD


of Israel,


twelve


for all Israel, ninety and six


VM


for a sin-offering: all this was a


unto the


EZRA viii. 35.


70


P~""_"i and















That lie upon


of ivory, and stretch

themselves upon their

an'd eat the

-. ::: :


the viol, and invent to themselves


with the chief ointments.


AMos


out of the

midst

of the


That chant

to the

sound of


like David;

that drink


and anoint

themselves


SC

















roar

the
k the


when he hath no

prey I will a young

lion cry out of his


if he have

taken nothing

Can a


fall in a snare

upon the


where no gin is for him Shall a


be blown in the


not be afraid? Shall there be evil in

a city, and the Lord hath not done it?


Amos iii 4, 5, 6


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PICTURE PUZZLES, OR HOW TO


Passover

was at


Jesus went up to Jerusalem, and found in the temple those that sold


and and


and the


sitting:

And when he had


changers of


made a scourge of small cords, he drove them out of the


and

the ,


and poured out the hangers'


.~i\~' ..~(


and overthrew the


Joa, ii. 13, 14, 16.


And

the













READ THE BIBLE BY SYIMfBOLS.
For behold, the Lord commandeth, and he will smite the great


with breaches,

and the little


run

upon

the


there

with


for ye have turned judgment


of

righteousness

into


with

clefts.

Shall


:'r













PICTURE PfZZLES,


made


unto


with a


OR HOW TO



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vv
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,, : ";' **'* "


A -


in one


made like almonds in the other branch,


: so in the six


that come


of the


EXODUS xxv 33.


with a














READ THE BIBLE BY SYMBOLS

a^~ P //tfJ.-'C^-


/ stirreth

up her


fluttereth over her


spreadeth

abroad

her


taketh them, beareth them on her


so the
,i


alone did lead him, and there-was no


with him.


strange















Thou shalt not covet thy


thou shalt not covet thy neighbour's


nor his


nor his


nor his



nor his



nor any

thing that

is thy























after our likeness, and let them have dominion



over of and

the the over






the
of the air,

and over the




and over all the





and over every





that creepeth upon the earth. Gir. i. 26















PICTURE


found no


rest

for the

sole

of her


and she returned unto him into the


ere .

the


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shall come to pass

that day that a


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