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  • Accomplishes the purposes of God
  • Drying nature of
  • Frequently brings rain
  • From the north drives away rain
  • God: Assuages.
  • God: Brings forth, out of his treasuries.
  • God: Changes.
  • God: Created.
  • God: Gathers, in his hand.
  • God: Raises.
  • God: Restrains.
  • Illustrative: (Bringing forth,) of disappointed expectations.
  • Illustrative: (Chaff or stubble before,) of the wicked.
  • Illustrative: (Feeding upon) of vain hopes.
  • Illustrative: (Sowing,) of a course of sin.
  • Illustrative: (When destructive,) of the judgments of God.
  • Illustrative: (Without rain,) of one who boasts of a false gift.
  • Illustrative: Of false doctrines.
  • Illustrative: Of iniquity which leads to destruction.
  • Illustrative: Of molten images.
  • Illustrative: Of terrors which pursue the soul.
  • Illustrative: Of the life of man.
  • Illustrative: Of the operations of the Holy Spirit.
  • Illustrative: Of the speeches of the desperate.
  • Mentioned in scripture: East.
  • Mentioned in scripture: Euroclydon.
  • Mentioned in scripture: North.
  • Mentioned in scripture: South.
  • Mentioned in scripture: The simoom or pestilential wind.
  • Mentioned in scripture: The whirlwind.
  • Mentioned in scripture: West.
  • Miracles connected with: Calmed by casting out Jonah.
  • Miracles connected with: Calmed by Christ.
  • Miracles connected with: Locusts brought by.
  • Miracles connected with: Locusts removed by.
  • Miracles connected with: Quails brought by.
  • Miracles connected with: Raises on account of Jonah.
  • Miracles connected with: Red sea divided by.
  • Miracles connected with: Rocks and mountains rent by.
  • Movement of the leaves of trees, &c by, noticed
  • Often blighting
  • Purifying nature of
  • Tempestuous: Destroys houses.
  • Tempestuous: Drives about the largest ships.
  • Tempestuous: Raises the sea in waves.
  • Theory of, above man`s comprehension
  • Variable nature of
  • When violent called: Fierce wind.
  • When violent called: Great and strong wind.
  • When violent called: Mighty wind.
  • When violent called: Rough wind.
  • When violent called: Storm.
  • When violent called: Stormy wind.
  • When violent called: Tempest.
  • When violent called: Windy storm.

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