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Season [noun]

See also Time
  • angel went down at a certain season into the pool: John 5:4 .
  • not for you to know the times or the seasons: Acts 1:7 .
  • gave us rain from heaven, and fruitful seasons: Acts 14:17 .
  • of the times and the seasons … no need that I write: 1 Thes. 5:1 .
  • be instant in season, out of season: 2 Tim. 4:2 .
  • rather to suffer … than to enjoy … sin for a season: Heb. 11:25 .
  • for a season … ye are in heaviness: 1 Pet. 1:6 .
  • they should rest yet for a little season: Rev. 6:11 .
  • after that he must be loosed a little season: Rev. 20:3 . ( D&C 88:111 . )
  • that I should know how to speak a word in season: 2 Ne. 7:4 .
  • they have joy in their works for a season: 3 Ne. 27:11 .
  • will I spare the earth but for a little season: D&C 29:22 .
  • all things which come of the earth, in the season thereof: D&C 59:18 .
  • law … by which they move in their times and their seasons: D&C 88:42 .
  • give light to each other … in their seasons: D&C 88:44 .
  • received the light of the countenance of their lord … in his season: D&C 88:58 . ( D&C 88:61 . )
  • Every herb in the season thereof: D&C 89:11 .
  • Zion … is chastened for a little season: D&C 100:13 . ( D&C 103:13 . )
  • that mine elders should wait for a little season: D&C 105:9 .
  • God hath set his hand and seal to change the times and seasons: D&C 121:12 .