"Never again, as long as the earth exists, will sowing and harvest, cold and heat, summer and winter, and day and night ever cease."
Its circuit is from one end of the sky to the other, and nothing is hidden from its heat.
For this is what the LORD told me: "I will remain quiet and watch in my dwelling place like dazzling heat in sunshine, like a cloud of dew in the heat of harvest."
Later, the LORD appeared to Abraham by the oaks belonging to Mamre. As Abraham was sitting near the entrance to his tent during the hottest part of the day,
2 Samuel 4:5
Rechab and Baanah, the sons of Rimmon the Beerothite, left and arrived during the hottest part of the day at the home of Ish-bosheth while he was taking a noon day nap.
As it was, I was attacked by drought during the day and by cold at night. I never got any decent rest.
For your hand was heavy upon me day and night; my strength was exhausted as in a summer drought. Interlude
you whose garments are hot, even though the land is cooled by a south wind?
"These last fellows worked only one hour, but you paid them the same as us, and we've been working all day, enduring the scorching heat!'
When the sun rose, God prepared a harsh east wind. The sun beat down on Jonah's head, he became faint, and he begged to die. "It is better for me to die than to live!" he said.
At that time, it will be told this people and to Jerusalem, "A scorching wind from the barren heights in the desert is coming toward my people, and it's not for winnowing or cleansing.
But then the snow melts, and they disappear; when warmed, they evaporate from their stream beds.
Every morning they gathered it, according to what each needed to eat; and when the sun became hot, it melted.
1 Samuel 11:9
They told the messengers who had come, "You are to say this to the men of Jabesh-gilead, "Tomorrow, by the time the sun is hot, you will be delivered.'" The messengers went and reported to the men of Jabesh, and they rejoiced.
and the noise of foreigners is like the heat of the desert. Just as you subdue heat by the shade of clouds, so the victory songs of violent men will be stilled.
I charged them, "Do not open the gates of Jerusalem until mid-day. Until then, let everyone stand watch, keeping the gates shut and locked. Appoint security watches from those who live in Jerusalem. Everyone should maintain his own watch near his house."
Your imperial guards are like the swarming grasshopper; your marshals are like hordes of grasshoppers, settling in the stone walls on a chilly day. The sun rises, and they flee away; no one knows where they went.
When you see a south wind blowing, you say, "It's going to be hot,' and so it is.
For the sun comes up with its scorching heat and dries up the grass. The flower in it drops off, and its beauty is gone. That is how the rich person will fade away in his pursuits.
They will never be hungry or thirsty again. Neither the sun nor its heat will ever beat down on them,
and also to serve as a refuge and shelter from storms and rain."
He will be like a tree planted by the water that sends out its roots by a stream. He won't fear when the heat comes, and his leaves will be green. In a year of drought he won't be concerned, nor will he stop producing fruit."