Treasury of Scripture Knowledge
|Overview - Psalms 42|
| 1 ||David's zeal to serve God in the temple. |
| 5 ||He encourages his soul to trust in God. |
Psalms 42:7 (King James Version)
Deep calleth unto deep at the noise of thy waterspouts: all thy waves and thy billows are gone over me.
- Deep calleth
- Job 1:14-19 ; 10:17 Jeremiah 4:20 ; Ezekiel 7:26
- A water-spout is a large tube formed of clouds by means of the electric fluid, the base being uppermost, and the point let down perpendicularly form the clouds. It has a particular kind of circular motion at the point; and, being hollow within, attracts vast quantities of water, which it frequently pours down in torrents upon the earth. These spouts are frequent on the coast of Syria; and no doubt the Psalmist had often seen them, and the ravages which they made.
- all thy
- Psalms 69:14 Psalms 69:15 Psalms 88:7 Psalms 88:15-17 Lamentations 3:53-55 ; Jonah 2:3