Job 37:11

Also with moisture he loads the thick cloud: he scatters his bright cloud:
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George Leo Haydock

AD 1849
Corn requires rain. (Haydock) Light. As they are transparent, they do not hinder the sun from appearing. Hebrew, "the brightness of the sky disperses the clouds, and the clouds shed their light "in the rainbow, (ver. 15.; Grotius) or lightning. (Junius; Calmet; Menochius) Protestants, "Also by watering, he wearieth the thick cloud, he scattereth his bright cloud, (12) and it is turned round about by his counsels, that they may do whatsoever "God prohibits or gives rain. (Haydock) Nothing is left to chance. (Calmet) He directeth the clouds as a master does his ship. (Worthington)
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Knowing this first, that no prophecy of the scripture is of any private interpretation - 2 Peter 1:20

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