15 He is the one who by his power made the earth. He is the one who by his wisdom fixed the world in place; by his understanding, he spread out the heavens. 16 When his voice thunders, the waters in the heavens roar. He makes the clouds rise from the far-off horizons; he makes the lightning flash out in the midst of the rain. He unleashes the wind from the places where he stores it; 17 all idolaters will prove to be stupid and ignorant. Every goldsmith will be disgraced by the idol he made. For the image he forges is merely a sham; there is no breath in any of those idols.
5 Yes, I know the Lord is great, and our Lord is superior to all gods. 6 He does whatever he pleases in heaven and on earth, in the seas and all the ocean depths. 7 He causes the clouds to arise from the end of the earth, makes lightning bolts accompany the rain, and brings the wind out of his storehouses. 8 He struck down the firstborn of Egypt, including both men and animals. 9 He performed awesome deeds and acts of judgment in your midst, O Egypt, against Pharaoh and all his servants.
Notes and References
"... The connection between kings and their storehouses with grain, and God and his storehouses with rain, is firmly established in the Hebrew Bible. The verse Deuteronomy 28:12 – which is used in the parable and serves as its metaphorical point of departure – might be the best example of this. Some other examples are Job 38:22-23, Psalm 135:7, and Jeremiah 51:16 (compare Jeremiah 10:13) ..."
Stoutjesdijk, Martijn Not Like the Rest of the Slaves? (p. 228) Tilburg University, 2021