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Four creatures with stately stride

Four creatures in Proverbs noted for their majestic movement.
Contributed by FreeBibleimages
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In Proverbs 30 verses 29-31 it says: ‘There are three things that are stately in their stride, four that move with stately bearing. <br/>Picture credits: Yathin S Krishnappa, NeedPix, PikiwikIsrael. – Slide 1
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‘…a lion … <br/>Picture credit: Yathin S Krishnappa. – Slide 2
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‘… mighty … <br/>Picture credit: NeedPix. – Slide 3
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‘… among beasts … <br/>Picture credit: NeedPix. – Slide 4
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‘… who retreats before nothing. Picture credit: NeedPix. – Slide 5
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‘… a strutting … <br/>Picture credit: NeedPix. – Slide 6
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‘… rooster … <br/>Picture credit: Bernard Spragg. – Slide 7
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‘… <br/>Picture credit: NeedPix. – Slide 8
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‘… <br/>Picture credit: NeedPix. – Slide 9
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‘A he-goat … <br/>Picture credit: PikiwikIsrael. – Slide 10
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(thought to refer to a mountain goat or Ibex with a steady stride on steep narrow slopes). <br/>Picture credit: Greg Schechter. – Slide 11
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‘… <br/>Picture credit: PikiwikIsrael. – Slide 12
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‘… <br/>Picture credit: PikiwikIsrael. – Slide 13
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‘A king … <br/>Picture credit: Jeff Dahl. – Slide 14
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'… secure against revolt.’ <br/>Picture credit: Alisamii. – Slide 15
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(Or as in some versions … ‘A king at the head of his army – or surrounded by his army’). <br/>Picture credit: Moody Publishing. – Slide 16
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Picture credit: Gerard van Honthorst, King David Playing the Harp, 1622. – Slide 17
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