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Wilson's Dictionary of Bible Types
Job 26:14 (a) This was used to indicate that though our sense of hearing may realize that GOD is working, our minds are unable to understand the manner of it.
Job 39:19 (b) The type is used to illustrate man's helplessness, either to give strength to the horse, or power to the elements.
Psalm 77:18 (a) In this wonderful way GOD is telling us of His mighty power which is beyond human control and human comprehension. (See also Psalm 29:3; Psalm 104:7).
Psalm 81:7 (a) GOD dwells in the high and holy place, but He hears the faintest cry of His child wherever he may be.
Revelation 14:2 (b) It is symbolical of the great and mysterious power of GOD in that no one can understand it, nor control it.
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Watson, Walter. Entry for 'Thunder'. Wilson's Dictoinary of Bible Types. https://www.studylight.org/dictionaries/eng/wdt/t/thunder.html. 1957.