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Wilson's Dictionary of Bible Types


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Job 38:22 (c) This scourge represents the wisdom and the power of GOD in judging His enemies and punishing those who refuse His Presence, and His Word.

Isaiah 28:2 (a) By this type we are taught that the judgment of GOD which man cannot hinder nor prevent will whip His enemies, and spoil their labor. GOD is a righteous GOD and will judge His foes with dire punishment.

Isaiah 32:19 (a) The Lord is informing us by this type that when He judges and punishes His enemies, His own people will be safe and secure. This condition existed in Egypt when the hail destroyed the crops of the Egyptians, but did not spoil the crops of the Israelites.

Revelation 8:7 (a) Here is described another of GOD's judgments on men, and it probably is a literal judgment, with literal ice falling with tremendous force to destroy the works of men. (See also Revelation 11:19; Revelation 16:21.

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Watson, Walter. Entry for 'Hail'. Wilson's Dictoinary of Bible Types. 1957.

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