6 The wynde goeth towarde ye South, & fetcheth his copase aboute vnto the North, & so turneth in to himself agayne.
Ecclesiastes 1:6 Cross References - Coverdale
9 Out of the south commeth the tempest, and colde out of the north.
17 and how thy clothes are warme, whe the lode is still thorow the south wynde?
25 For at his worde, the stormy wynde aryseth, and lifteth vp the wawes therof.
29 He maketh the storme to ceasse, so that the wawes are still.
5 Now like as thou knowest not the waye of the wynde, ner how ye bones are fylled in a mothers wombe: Euen so thou knowest not the workes of God, which is the workemaster of all.
4 But the LORDE hurled a greate wynde in to the see, and there was a mightie tempest in the see: so that the shippe was in ioperdy of goinge in peces.
24 Whosoeuer therfore heareth of me these sayinges, and doeth the same, I wyll lycke hym vnto a wyse man, which buylt hys house vpon a rocke:
27 Now whan abudaunce of rayne desceded, & the wyndes blewe, & bet vpon yt housse, it fell, and great was the fall of it.
8 The wynde bloweth where he wyl, and thou hearest his sounde: but thou canst not tell whece he commeth, and whither he goeth. So is euery one, that is borne of the sprete.
13 Whan the South wynde blewe, they supposinge to haue had their purpose, lowsed vnto Asson, and sayled past all Candy. 14 But not longe after, there rose agaynst their purpose a flawe of wynde, which is called the Northeast. 15 And whan the shippe was caught, and coulde not resist ye wynde, we let her go, and draue with the wedder.