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Biblically speaking, the rainbow is the sign of a covenant that God made with the whole earth: He will never destroy the earth again with a flood. The rainbow is literally correlated to rainfall. G...
In Genesis 9, the NASB and KJV uses the word 'bow' instead of 'rainbow' - from the Hebrew 'qesheth', a bow is a weapon, and I would suggest it it God's weapon of choice for restarting the world anew. I set my bow in the clouds - the image of a warrior hanging his weapon on a wall is a sign of peace time. When the bow is taken down from the wall, we expect destruction. In Revelation 6, we can see this king on a white horse out to conquer, whom I suggest is Christ. And guess what his weapon of choice is, that which he has taken down from where it was hanged - his bow.
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