'Thick Cloud' in the Bible
Jehovah, in Thy going forth out of Seir, In Thy stepping out of the field of Edom, Earth trembled, also the heavens dropped, Also thick clouds dropped water.
And He setteth darkness Round about Him -- tabernacles, Darkness of waters -- thick clouds of the skies.
And it cometh to pass, in the meantime, that the heavens have become black -- thick clouds and wind -- and the shower is great; and Ahab rideth, and goeth to Jezreel,
Thick clouds are a secret place to Him, And He doth not see;' And the circle of the heavens He walketh habitually,
Binding up the waters in His thick clouds, And the cloud is not rent under them.
He hath turned against me terrors, It pursueth as the wind mine abundance, And as a thick cloud, Hath my safety passed away.
He maketh darkness His secret place, Round about Him His tabernacle, Darkness of waters, thick clouds of the skies.
From the brightness over-against Him His thick clouds have passed on, Hail and coals of fire.
Poured out waters have thick clouds, The skies have given forth a noise, Also -- Thine arrows go up and down.
Who is laying the beam of His upper chambers in the waters, Who is making thick clouds His chariot, Who is walking on wings of wind,
If the thick clouds are full of rain, On the earth they empty themselves; And if a tree doth fall in the south or to the north, The place where the tree falleth, there it is.
Whoso is observing the wind soweth not, And whoso is looking on the thick clouds reapeth not.
While that the sun is not darkened, and the light, And the moon, and the stars, And the thick clouds returned after the rain.
And I make it a waste, It is not pruned, nor arranged, And gone up have brier and thorn, And on the thick clouds I lay a charge, From raining upon it rain.
I go up above the heights of a thick cloud, I am like to the Most High.
For thus said Jehovah unto me, 'I rest, and I look on My settled place, As a clear heat on an herb. As a thick cloud of dew in the heat of harvest.
The burden of Egypt. Lo, Jehovah is riding on a swift thick cloud, And He hath entered Egypt, And moved have been the idols of Egypt at His presence, And the heart of Egypt melteth in its midst.
As heat in a dry place, The noise of strangers Thou humblest, Heat with the shadow of a thick cloud, The singing of the terrible is humbled.
I have blotted out, as by a thick cloud, Thy transgressions, And as by a cloud thy sins, Return unto Me, for I have redeemed thee.