Voice - a sound resembling or suggesting a vocal utterance; something resembling
human speech in being an instrument or medium of expression.
"He shall make clouds His chariot (His chariots are like a whirlwind (Is. 66, 15)" He
Who walks upon wings of wind" (Psalms 104, 3)
"The glory of Adonai will endure forever" (Psalms 104, 31)
"But when I speak with you, I will open your mouth, and you shall say to them, `Thus
says the Lord God!'" Ezk. 3, 27. `When I speak with you', i.e., when I use you to
speak, when I use you for my mouthpiece.
"And when they moved, I heard the noise of their wings, like the noise of great waters,
like the voice of the Almighty, the noise of a tumult, like noise of a host...." Ezk. 1, 24.
"This was the appearance of the likeness of the glory of the Lord. And when I saw it,
I fell on my face, and I heard the voice of one that spoke." Ezk. 1, 28.
"And a spirit entered into me when he spoke to me, and set me upon my feet, and I
heard him that spoke to me." Ezk. 2, 2.
"And thou shalt speak my words to them...." Ezk 2, 7.
Impression - an affecting by stamping, bearing upon, pressing, pressing into, or
otherwise exerting a physical force that marks, grooves, embosses, or prints in some
Impression - a communicating or giving of a mold, style, trait, or character by an
external force or influence.
Impression - an indentation, stamp, embossment, form or figure resulting from physical
Impression - an especially marked influence or effect on feeling, sense or mind
Impression - a usually indistinct or imprecise notion, remembrance, belief or opinion.
Impress - to levy or take by force for (public) service
Impress - to enlist or procure the services or aid of by forcible argument or persuasion
a word that impresses
impressed by the word
Mouth - one that speaks: voice
Mouth - an oral interchange
Glory - a great beauty or splendor, resplendence, magnificence
Glory - splendor and beatific happiness of heaven: eternal life in heaven: eternity.
Glory - a condition of supreme exaltation; a state of unhindered gratification, self-
satisfaction, or enjoyment.
Glory - a ring of light as aureole, nimbus, corona.
Glory - an emanation or play of light; a luminous glow; a soft brightness; a dazzling
illumination; a burst or blaze of blindingly bright light.
Word - something that is said; utterance, statement
Word - a speech sound or series of speech sounds that symbolize and communicate
a meaning without being divisible into smaller units capable of independent use.
Word - the entire set of linguistic forms produced by combining a single base with
various inflectional elements (as affixes) without change in the part of speech ( man,
man's; men, men's) see paradigm.
Word - a verbal signal; password, watch word.
Word Blindness - a condition in which a person is no longer able to recognize the
words that he sees.
Word Deafness - a condition in which a person is no longer able to recognize the
words that are heard.
Wound Bound - lacking in fluency
Glory - YHVH's Name is a Name of glory Ps 72, 19
His eyes are eye of Glory Is. 3, 8
in the temple His glory is seen Ps 63, 3
glory is in the heavens Ps. 113, 4
glory is in all the earth Ps. 57, 6 & 12
El ha-kavod in a thunderstorm Ps. 29, 3
His glory is great Ps. 138, 5
His glory is above all the earth Ps. 108, 6
The whole earth is full of glory Ps. 19, 2
The heavens declare His glory Ps. 19, 2
The land will see it Is. 35, 2
The land will shine with it Ezk 43, 2
The earth will be filled with a knowledge of it Hb. 2, 14
It will be declared among the nations and all will see it Is. 66, 18-19