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Many Waters - Article
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Henry Morris, Ph.D. - ... God of glory thundereth: the LORD is upon many waters" (Psalm 29:3). In the remarkable 29th Psalm, David evidently had been given a retrospective vision of a mighty act of God that had taken place thousands of years earlier. As the vision...
King At The Flood - Article
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Henry Morris, Ph.D. - His people; the LORD will bless His people with peace” (Psalm 29:10,11). There are quite a few different Hebrew words which are translated “flood” in the Old Testament. The word in this passage (Hebrew, mabbul), however, is...
Scripture and the Flood - Article
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John D. Morris, Ph.D. - ... only one other time outside of the Flood narrative—in Psalm 29:10. The whole of Psalm 29 is a poetic rehearsal of the Noahic Flood where God’s power reigns even over the torrents. The term mayim has application to various waters in...
Cataclysmed” With Water - Article
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John D. Morris, Ph.D. - ... over and over again in Genesis 6–11 is mabul (see also Psalm 29:10) and stands as qualitatively distinct from other lesser floods, both of water and figuratively of invading armies, or the Red Sea crossing. As a matter of fact, God...
"Cataclysmed" With Water - Article
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John D. Morris, Ph.D. - ... over and over again in Genesis 6–11 is mabul (see also Psalm 29:10), and stands as qualitatively distinct from other lesser floods, both of water and figuratively of invading armies, or the Red Sea crossing. As a matter of fact, God...
'Cataclysmed' with Water - Article
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John D. Morris, Ph.D. - ... used over and over again in Genesis 6-11 is mabul (see also Psalm 29:10) and stands as qualitatively distinct from other lesser floods, both of water and figuratively of invading armies, or the Red Sea crossing. As a matter of fact, God...
Psalms 29:10
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... LORD sitteth upon the flood; yea, the LORD sitteth King for...
Revelation 10:3: seven thunders - Study Note
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the seven-times-manifested “voice of the Lord” in Psalm 29:3-9 (see notes thereon). This psalm is clearly describing retroactively the events of the great Flood in the days of Noah (“flood” in Psalm 29:10 is the Hebrew...
Psalms 29:1: mighty - Study Note
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... sanctuary (i.e., “the beauty of holiness”—Psalm 29:2), just before God unleashes on the earth the judgment of the great Flood. This interpretation is certified by use of the Hebrew mabbul for “flood” in Psalm 29:10,...
Psalms 74:12: my King of old - Study Note
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... my King of old. The psalmist remembers that “the LORD sitteth upon the flood (Hebrew mabbul, the great cataclysm in Noah’s day); yea, the LORD sitteth King for ever” (Psalm...
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