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Wilson's Dictionary of Bible Types
1 Samuel 10:3 (c) Probably this bottle represents the gift of the Holy Spirit. They would be strengthened, cheered and refreshed as only the Holy Spirit can do. The three men may represent the Father, the Son and the Holy Spirit.
Job 38:37 (a) This is a type of the storehouse of the sky from which the rain pours upon the earth from time to time.
Psalm 56:8 (b) This is a very sweet request for the Lord to keep a record of all the tears that David shed for the people of GOD, and the work of GOD.
Jeremiah 19:1 (a) This vessel represents the believer. The potter represents the Lord. First, He finds us just as a shapeless lump of clay. Then He takes us and puts us on the wheels of adversity and of strange experiences, molds us and makes us into a vessel fit for His use.
Jeremiah 48:12 (b) Here is a symbol of the granaries, wine vats and other depositories of food products, all of which were to be destroyed and emptied by the enemies of Israel.
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Watson, Walter. Entry for 'Bottle'. Wilson's Dictoinary of Bible Types. https://www.studylight.org/dictionaries/eng/wdt/b/bottle.html. 1957.