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Author Topic:   Hast Thou ENTERED INTO the treasures of the snow?
PaulK
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Message 27 of 66 (718838)
02-09-2014 3:16 AM
Reply to: Message 7 by Modulous
02-08-2014 6:31 PM


You're right of course. The next verse is a big clue. And using a more recent translatin helps:


22 “Have you entered the storehouses of the snow,
Or have you seen the storehouses of the hail,
23 Which I have reserved for the time of distress,
For the day of war and battle?

(NASB)

I'd guess that "treasures" is essentially an archaic form of "treasuries".


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Message 31 of 66 (718845)
02-09-2014 4:07 AM
Reply to: Message 28 by Jaf
02-09-2014 3:53 AM


What is obvious is that you took one word out of context and jumped to conclusions about what it meant - conclusions that the text does not support.

It is also obvious that the "storehouses" translation fits the text much better.

And the only person who seems to want to ignore or erase those obvious facts is you.


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