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Job 9:17 (b) This type describes the tremendous, overwhelming sorrow that had come upon Job because of the losses described in the first two chapters of the book.

Psalm 11:6 (b) By this is described the great sorrows which GOD sends upon His enemies because they will not trust and obey Him.

Psalm 55:8 (b) Evidently David is describing life's troubles, sorrows and perplexities which overwhelmed him, as the storm overwhelms that which is in its path.

Psalm 83:15 (b) The call is for GOD to send upon His enemies troubles, sorrows, grief and disaster as a punishment for their evil doings.

Isaiah 28:2 (b) This is descriptive of the devastation that would be wrought upon Ephraim by the invasion of the enemy.

Isaiah 32:2 (a) Here we see a type of the terrible outpouring of GOD's judgments upon His enemies, but which will not hurt nor harm those who are hidden in the Rock of ages, CHRIST JESUS.

Isaiah 54:11 (b) This type describes the sorrows and afflictions of Israel - pestilence, famine, invasion of hostile armies, internal insurrections, and other troubles which laid Israel low among the nations.

Amos 1:14 (a) GOD will punish the Ammonites with a terrible destruction when He pours out His wrath upon them because of their wickedness and of their hatred of Israel.

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

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