All about clouds!

Bet you didn’t know clouds were so prominent in the world’s oldest and most widely read book:

The End Time

By Elizabeth Prata

Clouds. They’re there.

Every day.

They’re beautiful. They make the skies dynamic. They are a landscape all their own which changes every day, sometimes every minute. Maybe we should call them an ‘airscape.’ In the Hebrew, the ancient root of the word cloud meant ‘covering’, which is apt.

Have you ever noticed how often clouds are mentioned in the Bible? And not just related to the weather, though there are those references too. No, when clouds are mentioned, they mean different things, spiritual things. Let’s take a look.

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Author: Mark Tapscott

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