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  • Awake, O north wind, and come, O south wind! Blow upon my garden, let its fragrance be wafted abroad. Let my beloved come to his garden, and eat its choicest fruits. (Song of Solomon 4, 16)

  • For even if they put forth boughs for a while, standing insecurely they will be shaken by the wind, and by the violence of the winds they will be uprooted. (Wisdom of Solomon 4, 4)

  • Because the hope of the ungodly man is like chaff carried by the wind, and like a light hoarfrost driven away by a storm; it is dispersed like smoke before the wind, and it passes like the remembrance of a guest who stays but a day. (Wisdom of Solomon 5, 14)

  • a mighty wind will rise against them , and like a tempest it will winnow them away. Lawlessness will lay waste the whole earth, and evil-doing will overturn the thrones of rulers. (Wisdom of Solomon 5, 23)

  • but they supposed that either fire or wind or swift air, or the circle of the stars, or turbulent water, or the luminaries of heaven were the gods that rule the world. (Wisdom of Solomon 13, 2)

  • Whether there came a whistling wind, or a melodious sound of birds in wide-spreading branches, or the rhythm of violently rushing water, (Wisdom of Solomon 18, 18)

  • Do not winnow with every wind, nor follow every path: the double-tongued sinner does that. (Ecclesiasticus 6, 9)

  • Fences set on a high place will not stand firm against the wind; so a timid heart with a fool's purpose will not stand firm against any fear. (Ecclesiasticus 23, 18)

  • As one who catches at a shadow and pursues the wind, so is he who gives heed to dreams. (Ecclesiasticus 35, 2)

  • The eyes of the Lord are upon those who love him, a mighty protection and strong support, a shelter from the hot wind and a shade from noonday sun, a guard against stumbling and a defense against falling. (Ecclesiasticus 35, 16)

  • At his appearing the mountains are shaken; at his will the south wind blows. (Ecclesiasticus 44, 16)

  • The cold north wind blows, and ice freezes over the water; it rests upon every pool of water, and the water puts it on like a breastplate. (Ecclesiasticus 44, 20)


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