Light is DAZZLING White.

Light is "DAZZLING" white

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Lightning glares.
Bracketed numbers used on this page are the Numbered Hebrew word meanings which can be found in the Dictionary of "The New Strongs Exhaustive Concordance of the Bible."

1) The Scripture. Lightning glares!
26 When he made a decree for the rain, and a way for the lightning of the thunder: Job 28:26

The Scripture with [bracketed number] of the Hebrew meaning of word. Lightning.
26 When he made a decree for the rain, and a way for the [H2385] lightning of the thunder: Job 28:26

The Scripture with bracketed [Hebrew word meaning for lightning. ]
26 When he made a decree for the rain, and a way for the [H2385 cha?zi^yz khaw-zeez' From unused word of descent meaning to glare; a flash of lightning: - bright cloud, brightness, lightning.] lightning of the thunder: Job 28:26

The Scripture narrowed down with Hebrew word meaning for lightning included.
26 When he made...a way for the glare;
a flash lightning of the thunder: Job 28:26 Lightning glares!

1) The Scripture.
25 Who hath divided a watercourse for the overflowing of waters, or a way for the lightning of thunder; Job 38:25

The Scripture with [bracketed number] of the Hebrew meaning of word Lightning.
25 Who hath divided a watercourse for the overflowing of waters, or a way for the [H216] lightning of thunder; Job 38:25

The Scripture with bracketed [Hebrew word meaning for lightning. ]
25 Who hath divided a watercourse for the overflowing of waters, or a way for the [H2385 cha?zi^yz khaw-zeez' From unused word of descent meaning to glare; a flash of lightning: - bright cloud, brightness, lightning.]lightning of thunder; Job 38:25

The Scripture narrowed down with Hebrew word meaning for lightning included.
25 Who hath divided a way for the to glare; a flash of lightning: -] lightning of thunder; Job 38:25 Lightning glares.


Lightning is light.

The Scripture.
3 He directeth it under the whole heaven, and his lightning unto the ends of the earth. Job 37:3

The Scripture with [bracketed number] of the Hebrew meaning of word Lightning.
3 He directeth it under the whole heaven, and his [H216] lightning unto the ends of the earth. Job 37:3

The Scripture with bracketed [Hebrew word meaning for lightning. ]
3 He directeth it under the whole heaven, and his [H216 'o^r ore From 215 'o^r ore; illumination, luminary (in every sense, lightning, happiness, etc.): - clear, bright, sun, light (-ning), morning, day, herbs.] lightning unto the ends of the earth. Job 37:3

The Scripture narrowed down with Hebrew word meaning for lightning included.
3 He directeth it under the whole heaven, and his [clear, bright, sun, light (-ning),] lightning unto the ends of the earth. Job 37:3 Lightning is light.

H216 'o^r ore From 215 'o^r ore; illumination, luminary (in every sense, lightning, happiness, etc.): - clear, bright, sun, light (-ning), morning, day, herbs.

H215 'o^r ore Ancient word of descent; to be (causatively make) luminous: - kindle, set on fire, (be, en-, give, show) light (-en, -ened), to (give, cause, show) light, enlighten (-ed), break of day, shine, glorious.

Light is white.

The Scripture.
2 And was transfigured before them: and his face did shine as the sun, and his raiment was white as the light. Matthew 17:2

The Scripture with [bracketed number] of the Hebrew meaning of word Lightning.
2 And was transfigured before them: and his face did shine as the sun, and his raiment was [G3022] white as the [G5457] light. Matthew 17:2

The Scripture with bracketed [Hebrew word meaning for lightning. ]
2 And was transfigured before them: and his face did shine as the sun, and his raiment was [G3022 λευκο?ς leukos lyoo-kos' (light); white: - white.] white as the [G5457 φω?ς phos foce From the out dated φα?ω phao (to shine or make manifest, particularly by rays; compare G5316 φαι?νω phaino fah'ee-no and G5346 φημι?phemi fay-mee'); luminousness: - radiance, light, fire.] light. Matthew 17:2

The Scripture narrowed down with Hebrew word meaning for lightning included.
2 And was transfigured before them: and his face did shine as the sun, and his raiment was [(light); white: - white.] white as the [to shine or make manifest, particularly by rays; luminousness: - radiance, light, fire.] light. Matthew 17:2 Light is white!

G3022 λευκο?ς leukos lyoo-kos' (light); white: - white.

G5457 φω?ς phos foce From the out dated φα?ω phao (to shine or make manifest, particularly by rays; compare G5316 φαι?νω phaino fah'ee-no and G5346 φημι?phemi fay-mee'); luminousness: - radiance, light, fire.

Lightning glares. To glare is to be, dazzling white. Lightning is dazzling white. Lightning is light. If lightning is light then light glares, and light is dazzling white.

To glare is to be dazzling white.
Glare. H6705 tsa^chach tsaw-khakh' Ancient word of descent; to glare, be dazzling white: - to be clear, white, be whiter.

H6713 tsachartsakh'-arFrom unused word of descent meaning to dazzle; sheen, that is, whiteness : - white. Dazzling White.

To glare is to sparkle.
H5340 na^tsats naw-tsats' Ancient word of descent; to glare, that is, be bright colored: - sparkle.

G3139 μα?ρμαρος marmaros mar'-mar-os From μαρμαι?ρω marmairo (to glisten); marble (as sparkling white): - marble. White Sparkles.

Lightning glares. To glare is to sparkle. Lightning sparkles. Lightning is white. White sparkles. Lightning is light. If lightning glares then, light glares, and if lightning sparkles then light sparkles, and if lightning is white, then, light is white, and if lightning is light, then, light is lightning.

Lightning glares. To glare is to be, dazzling white. Lightning is dazzling white. Lightning is light. If lightning is light then light glares, and light is dazzling white.

Lightning glares. To glare is to sparkle. To glare is to be, dazzling white. Lightning sparkles and lightning is dazzling white. Lightning is light. Light is white, and if lightning is light, then, lightning is white, and if lightning sparkles and is dazzling white, then, light sparkles and "Light is DAZZLING White."

Sir Isaac Newton.
Was Sir Isaac Newton right when he described the colors of white? Were the colors that he was beholding in the ray of light that was streaming through a hole in the curtain of his window, interfered with by the atmospheric gases that surround this very earth?

I suggest that Sir Isaac Newton's testing of the colors of light be tested again, but this time in a vacuum, from which all air has been removed!

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