Of Jeduthun: the sons of Jeduthun; Gedaliah, and Zeri, and Jeshaiah, Hashabiah, and Mattithiah, six, under the hands of their father Jeduthun, who prophesied with a harp, to give thanks and to praise the Lord. (1 Chronicles 25:3)
Angel hands God’s arrows barbed and true-aimed by COL 158   
Bruised hands and limbs charcoal used in treating 2SM 294-6, 298-300   
Byron, Lord 4T 519-20    [1]
“Courage in the Lord!” cry of, in 1844 GW 265    [1]
Day of God/Day of the Lord at hand 5T 98-105;6T 446;    [39]
Discourse in Six Dialogues, on the Name, Notion, and Observation of the Lord’s Day by Thomas H. Morer, quoted GC 575-7   
“Father,” as used in Matt. 23.9 5BC 1098   
Father   [1]
Father, Fathers   [293]
First-born son, First-born sons Christ as See Christ   [11]
Gedaliah governor of Judah PK 460   
Give cheerfully, gladly, and willingly CS 49    [5]
Godhead (Father, Son, and Holy Spirit) absolute, what is 7BC 914    [30]
God the Father   [264]
Hand, Hands   [106]
“Hands off!” warning of, to gospel workers 5T 595-6   
Harp, Harps Adam will play on, in City of God GC 647-8    [24]
Helping hand, Helping hands Christ purposes to use human beings as AA 478    [17]
Idle hands ready for Satan to control 1T 395    [2]
Laying on of hands See Hand