The Lord also thundered in the heavens
By his apostles and ministers, some of which were Boanergeses, sons of thunder, whose ministry was useful to shake the consciences of men, and bring them to a sense of themselves, ( Mark 3:17 ) ;
and the Highest gave his voice;
the same with thunder; for thunder is often called the voice of the Lord, ( Job 37:5 ) ( 40:9 ) ( Psalms 29:3-9 ) ; compare with this ( Psalms 68:11 ) ; the Targum interprets it, "he lifted up his word"; the same effects as before follow,
hail [stones] and coals of fire; (See Gill on Psalms 18:12).