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Reference: Hail

Easton

frozen rain-drops; one of the plagues of Egypt (Ex 9:23). It is mentioned by Haggai as a divine judgment (Hag 2:17). A hail-storm destroyed the army of the Amorites when they fought against Joshua (Jos 10:11). Ezekiel represents the wall daubed with untempered mortar as destroyed by great hail-stones (Eze 13:11). (See also Eze 38:22; Re 8:7; 11:19; 16:21.)

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Morish

Particles of ice falling from the clouds. Though hail is usually formed by natural causes not yet perhaps well understood, it is often referred to in scripture as one of the judgements of God. It formed one of the plagues in Egypt. Ex 9:18-34; Ps 78:47-48; 105:32; and is at times connected with fire or lightning. God smote the Amalekites by 'great stones' from heaven. Jos 10:11. The hail is called upon to praise Jehovah, because it fulfils His word. Ps 148:8; Isa 28:2,17; Hag 2:17. It will also form a notable part of the judgements of God in His future dealings with this guilty world. Re 8:7; 11:19; 16:21.

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