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Wilson's Dictionary of Bible Types

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Genesis 6:17 (c) This is emblematic of the great judgment of GOD upon those who are out of CHRIST, even as this flood came upon those who were out of the ark. (See also Psalm 90:5).

Psalm 29:10 (c) Perhaps this indicates the great, surging mass of humanity over which our Lord JESUS rules, reigns and controls.

Isaiah 28:2 (a) This word graphically describes the overwhelming wrath and power of GOD in punishing Israel.

Isaiah 59:19 (b) From this we understand something of the great force and power of the wicked who seek to overthrow GOD's people and to hinder GOD's work.

Jeremiah 46:7 (a) The power of Egypt is thus described. (See also Jeremiah 47:8; Jeremiah 47:2; Amos 8:8; Amos 9:5).

Daniel 9:26 (a) By this we understand the power of the army of the Romans who destroyed Jerusalem.

Daniel 11:22 (b) This type describes the power of the antichrist as he seeks to destroy all that belongs to CHRIST JESUS, and to establish Satanic rule.

Nahum 1:8 (a) Thus is described the power of the invading army that conquered the city of Nineveh. Jonah was sent to Nineveh with a warning, and the people repented. About seventy-five years later Nahum wrote his prophecy of the destruction of Nineveh because they had returned to their wicked ways.

Matthew 7:27 (a) This word is a type of the adversities, oppositions and sorrows which suddenly overwhelm and overcome those who are not resting on the Rock of Ages, CHRIST JESUS. (See also Luke 6:4, Luke 6:8).

Revelation 12:15 (a) This word describes the terrible persecution of Israel by satanic forces which made them slaves for many years, and finally scattered them throughout the world. During the tribulation Israel will again suffer persecution.

Bibliography Information
Watson, Walter. Entry for 'Flood'. Wilson's Dictoinary of Bible Types. https://www.studylight.org/​dictionaries/​eng/​wdt/​f/flood.html. 1957.
 
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