Treasury of Scripture Knowledge
Who stilleth, The noise of the seas, The noise of their rolling waves, and The tumult of races of men?
For whom, in the skies, can one compare unto Yahweh? Or can one liken unto Yahweh, among the sons of the mighty?
The sea, beheld, and fled, The Jordan, turned back;
And said - Hitherto, shalt thou come, and no further, - and, here, shalt thou set a limit to the majesty of thy waves?
Even for me, will ye have no reverence? Enquireth Yahweh, And because of me, will ye not he pained? In that though I placed the sand as a bound to the sea, A decree age-abiding, and it should not pass beyond it, - When they would toss themselves Then should they not prevail, When the waves thereof would roar Then should they not pass beyond it,
And there ariseth a great tempest of wind, - and, the waves, were dashing over into the boat, so that, already being filled, was the boat.
Thou, rulest over the swelling of the sea, When the rolling waves thereof lift themselves, Thou, dost bid them be still: